The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00060
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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IttabON* SATURuW. MARCH 12. 1904. C: ;: "" Price Cents
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i i- -" 'i. 1 Walter Waldin Won Mr. flag* $75.00 Prize For ---. r

ti-*: Springfield. 0., March 11-At the request Presented f Today to Hon.
In Korea !Between Japanese Chicago, March ILA.verdict. of i .
of the Mayor one dozen extra
murder In the first degree... returned Best Vogel t.
Barry policeman have been sworn In for duty Minor S. Jones In Court.
Van Dine,
and Russian! this morning against : ,
f roops.I Peter Nledermeler sad I jOastav Marx yMrs. next Monday, when' all troop' except

I Ii I for killing two employ*** of the Chicago > Ii' the local compul..m be withdraw -

--:.. Mrs. Prize ,of $25.00 For There was no-trouble Jut night and
I Street Railway Company.Th J: R. Scott Captures s I

TIlE RUSSIANS i REPULSED I wa. ..anler.followed.*by most an all-day sensational.aad battle. Best General Woman's Exhibit;; ;Louise Carpenter, ao ed. further The aegroes demonstrations are completely!are expect cowed' THE TEMPLE OF JUSTICE

and the whites are cooling down. It I*
I that star el :la a dug-out .la northera the Brown Prize of $50. Best Painting
II believed the police can now handle the
f I refIIci -
y Indiana, where the bandit took .
series .. of1 Bank of PrizeWinners situation with aid of the focal militia.
after a remarkable of rrt.) Fort Dallas -

the Ifi& The motive of each crime wa robbery LATEST REPORT Praised auJj GomnksJoaers' ,aidCaarwars
Mftrtees Now ftard tongs j Not Yet i ilete.Tonight .
; sad the hiding place of tie bandit

iM r: ?;-::r:protecting the 'was discovered upon Information' Of Japanese Bombardment.of Port : ''GoapOoeated feet ,

famished by Man. H* entered a plea i t F Arthur Wednesday MlTbdr wort. b BoMa? Sodrla

America! Hoose-j-IVar GorrfsponJetU of, guilty sad naked forth; mercy 'of at 11 o'clock the Dade .t. K. a Painter A: Co. prim Chefoo. March 11-The British collier

to Jots Rassiai forces the court tan Dine pleaded hereditary County Fair will be closed after one two Vkj fertl1 er. j I I Sastoa Hall, which has beea detained IStruct re-Tbe Need/of/ Towtsty :

t four Tihlta limes, soIngeeon.
epilepsy. Port Arthur since the first
olthe") most successful seasons since I at
-AJI Quiet At Port (Artter and! sod se.A attack by the. Japanese, has Just arrived Maps. Treasurer's Safe slid Wto>
WITHOUT Its annual Inauguration several years'
four tltata limes, so-
the Japanese
here and report
Bit ,Little.Dana, ... Doite By Toesday'sBorohardmeirt. ago. Thousands have attended, and at d warships coming fromPort Dalney, dow Screeu to Jail fobted '.
.} T l rt' Night Pared' Off at Port.Arthar many have been entirely satisfied with A, eaoo, basket kumquats, seeprise. and that they made another attack on Court Of felab Thanked.
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4 I ;I Port Arthur March 11.-Lart nigh: the exhibit, which la one of the1' best and Port Arthur, Wednesday night during
IiI' S. Sons Lemon City.j .
''I; passed without Incident. The Jape" ever displayed by the producers and yBrown a rain-storm.
r ban j.grape fruit W. H. GIrtmaaB. The Russian shore batteries. did not
j jI slue .gnalr m. wkch daappeared after people of Cede county.Secretary .
,. the fire, but the cruiser Navy To Honorable Minor S. loose Judge ,_
I 8eoaI. I March IX-Aa ((engagement Thonday'a engagement bat not yet Blackman requests that return f

look place Tuesday ,j between Rsssiaa retimed. the exhibitors call for their articles ($rows. Sons, box grape fruit steamed! outside the harbor, firing at of the Circuit Court for the Seventh.L
Japanese eyvalr7.ooat$ Hfty milesiaorth The Raarian squadron proceeded to Monday morning, so that the hall can the enemy, but finally returned slightly Judicial Circuit: '
West Palm
Tad : t A Potter Beach
of Klang Taag. la which U reported ssa this morning and returned In lbafteraoo. be cleared at early at possible] lox 'pe, F. E. C. prize) |2i. Also Injured. Sir.-We, the grand Jury. harlAg a4. .
the Japanese werej!victorious.Detachment : .. It.. nnderttood that the having la charge the Numerous'shells' exploded In the
The Judges
boa society prize; also box amined Into matter brought before as, ,
and but did damage
harbor no
TK U Oareaa soldiers Japaneee have been righted, 'although awarding of prises finished their work '
.marching along the streets IB the during the bombardment a'number ofahelto last alPt.'u4 Secretary Blackmaa |?Galatt Brothers' prize. is except wrecking houses and killing a submit the following: ,.

place bunt In the treeU' here. The few Chinese servants. In presenting our statement to'the.Court .
TtoiBlty of $fJe.: palace, gave the and assistants are busy listing them, 1 ATTRACTIVE EXHIBIT. .

martial abet}, damage ... alight two women and one and win'not be through before night attractive display at the After aa hour and a half bombarding we desire to say tIIat' we have

r "Bat few Jalise.* lf1:* reman Climate being tilled and severe Naturally, there will be many disappointed fair i.that one Just In front of the the Japanese fleet withdrew.PASGONIAN labored with a view not to burden it t

,here, an having mad the woarfled. exhibitors, but the ladle and' ..
with '
mat times showing products rises la whlct the evidence- was, ;

'foreign legation are ':giaZded! by marlaeaj .u- gentlemen selected to pass upon the of county farmers, made by Eama 'CLUB such a* to not result la -YIctJou.aul"trv ,

Thi American legation merits of the various articles aad
and Jack Ellis. It was
; and GENTILES PROTEST i 1.Abe .... \ our cone bona will be Justified j !
ground done to Impartially
oat/ have
thirty-five M. duty, ar things displayed a'' at show, tastily 'arranged,
others are quartered st 'America' Oas and fairly\ and their awards and i complimented by every visitor.taUnnly ,by beneficial rjaulte.. w.-'crec X-

feme/tor better'WcommodaUon. should be accepted gracefully and with hefolwma,4Mr. the Increase of crtm| .M.butl N-.
.z nest -I II ... to .', ..
Tbii foreigner M pert sate.J.p.ae..autieettr.i.tr..tFfot .1 -. i -...>..nj "'tt Irr'arWn IIUWI Use fully that the ejly way to suppreae --,

., .. .. TBern" I* to'(Ive thaws Tolly ra-v .
: .I' 4 Earn a ,. er aext -- .< Ellis also had A very...- '
n eouteoasiy and have hat 'bee. .. reilLm" Weed and oar
-elg perfectly -- The greatest b( Interest teaaive exWbit of vegetables, showing, conn upheld.

M gives Called Bus* Minister Allenpeimtsttoa II'Salt lake Cities manifested In the woman's department, la great quantities specimens of neariyevery I 'Having examined the new, county'r

,; tAt'CO to|t the troDt' oaf]j a, where rivalry premiums has been thing .la this line that can 1'eIII'01t'ia I,I court-house, which 1* BOW la use for ; !

Jai Mete transport to Chiaamp,.where. -' a feature, ..4'It bat puzzled the Judges : the county. the first time and bund It *o far a*, 4

yAa ..[arrives today.LECTR1. ] to select the winners on account of the' F. I Urge led Eifln lasflc Audience al the work has gone, satisfactory la.

I WIPeffitai Coidnss Aoahst SIattIICat competing articles being so near per.;I JAMES flOLTO.VS EXHIBIT. School JU&arkon-JU Ouracters every detail according to tIIel u :

'" LINE and peclficatfon. we desire to ea>. .
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I I'i ipaoy. if Pres. Salth Hat the Pimple .f Utah Among the finer exhibits: at the Fair !
The following winners, Were Especially Good j cratulate the people of Dade eouity
Hundred 'Mlfa* ILeac toJTra-1 was that made by Rev. James Bolt a. I
Tfcree 'I foadti.efi P.baamors MIo. were announced this morning, the 1011 their possession of such a "magnificent
s [i.ta&:!Virgin- I if I I of Coeoanut Grove who, although Dot f
Judges still being at work: temple of Juxtjre. the handsomest
f I..i-+- I j exhibitor for premiums, .
an any bag
of Coooanut J building of the, kind la and
Mrs. John R. Scott i j Florida,
Richmond. V? j Marcbjporatloa 11-The Cor collection which attracted the attention A large ,'anhlonable and wellpleasedeudlence \.
e Grove won .Ira. Henry )I. Flagler'tprize J on the fact that It U. made from natural
Comilsktoa JUTS iasaed & of every visitor! and elicited the praise attended the production of
i- !I' Salt Lake. March U.=Kepreeellta- of 13 for tile best display and rock which I Iounl In such abundance
to the Aboard Traction COmcharter -:I of all. HI collection consisted jot the Brekkers.
the drama "Among
:, la i
's f compote! principally( of Norfolk i tin Gentil me/here last .Icbfto.. greatest variety of woman'sproducts., tbirty-seven different kinds of canned dered by tlie PaBconian Club last ren-I our vnrroundings.
work The Capital
canned goods fancy i City Building ConI",1I1.I"f ,
'ate electric pea.peeler -' non-Mormon party. Including and crystallized fruits;Jas .; .
: capitalists, to ppei am {form a ,' and pictures. j preserved at the School Auditorium. I Montgomery Ala. who had the rollI .
+ and freight line, three hundred A committee was appointed to prepare follows The is ,a pretty and catch;
The competitors for the i:>0 premfura ; inset to erect this building baa done
when long betty n : Uchmond! and I maA-meetlng a Canned=-Pineapple, whole gusira. ,two-art drama, and was veil rendered; I I ,.
_. and submit to a offered by Hr W. M. Brown for the the -ork.well' add is entitled to the
PvrU nouthl and throw f the I '11Iftde1! l guava whole mango (Cuban In fan, cast were almurt
protest to Congress against the statement beet painting of the Fort 'D.nu'j the'! l'erff'Ct.1 I thanks and commendation of UM peo
*ecUo is1 of the State; sliced mango, and surt4mcheque.
truck peanut {.t1Ier and there Is little. If aay.
I made by President Smith of the National Bank building' were Mr* } pie. And tile County Cumnbuioaers
The capital stock jls t xed at =:50.ooGmWmum .. between
them. all
be made They were
P. Sawtelle, Mrs. J. R. Scott. Mr!! E. i have also placed the tax-payer of.the
ud | maximum. U Mormon Church that 'the people of i Fre.ened-.w. kumquats orange
i j good aa was evidenced by the audience
5r E;Offer.and Mrs A. T. WeatheriyjandMlM county Under lasting obligations for VF
}.. .hare* of 100; each]! Cuh. hare condoned the offense Louise Carpenter, of Miami; $1rL :I It.molj. grapefruit loquat pin<>*ppl+ and the frequent enforce. their fat ;hful and careful supcrrisloaof

obe started Immediately, : JamsMango, pineapple orange,, laid
Work Is against the laws of Utah forbidding A. B. Cutler and Mrs. H. W. Stedman. The scene was In the room of a the Work, by which this splendid
,.. is aIL grapefruit lemon.JensenGuava I
!J.- H -f' j polygamous living.CORRESPONDENT. of; Lemon City and Misses Grace Lata- : Im. light-house: keepers. house.jind was monument to the present and future
mango orange
.. NEGRO VOTEAaaapohls ::' I hart and 8. B. 'J>Mfte. of west Palm characteristic of such a house, lonely frosperit of Dade county has been
pASTtNQ ,GOING on. grapefruit j and exposed on a beach storm-toned
,-Marc' 11.-Th How* of Beach. All the paintings were finely erected. ,
; ; difficult task for Marmalade Orange, lemon grapefruit and rugged. The scene was pathetic, We farther, recommend that the *'
itrict party;| vote of Mto executed and It was a eon-
'iJ Defsatsy" br+j manta !
the Japanese ,. I
... tt. > Jii..! UM MU proposing coutltitfc : To' the Front With the Judges to decide, but the award ..uADa1Iraade guava papaw but real. tractors proceed with their work and .Y
Cryttalised-Orange. lemon, ,
!> l amekdoMBt. Hmltlnx the francklMte Troops. In tenor of Miss Louise W. W. Hall as Hon. Bruce Hunter, I that the County Commissioners, when

.) ofk grapefruit kumquats, ptne.ppl@ j wss exceedingly' good as was also his it Is finished, after elimination accept .-'
jc _Maryland, Un I porpOM rot.. I JoJ- Tort, March 11 The'HeraJd't. :The society'premium of $U for the Also; guavacheeee, mango- hut,ey, supposed ton, Mr. M. E. Jones Mr. ItWe
-,, 'which U tw eliminate. the Bejro the questions '
correspondent says
Toklo sad pineapple honey. ,
I nrle4'auortmeat of M. F..Hetherington. as David Murray advise that the County ConmlaslmwTs .
and most
: Senate best
\ Tk .taiurt bas taxed U e of arranging for a large Dumber of correspondents Mr. Bolton sold largely during the
could not have
of the light
A. keeper give Immediate
went to Mrs. W. attention the
canned products
Warfleld for
M sow &t, to Gorenor desiring to accompany thefield fair, and took extensive order [for
lIMa better. His was taken with
Hooks of Alapattah. public bridge across ,the Miami river,
bile del ; of Japan are bothering the e
t I The second ,rIM of IS from the same future delivery. i j a realism that lent the proper effect It I having come to our knowledge that
[BRUCK: ANDRCWS.M War source and for the same exhibit was to the play. Professor Eric Hall aa the draw doe not work properly and
I Japanese wish to afford themevery WILLIAM LAESCH a ( o. j' "
.. -I i the awarded Mia Lillian Blake. Larry a "Hibernian. needs no comment there is evidence the structure'having

Indicted lor. Murder >Im the Flntf facility; but realise difflenl-u.ai The various other awards will be Another fine exhibit wa that by William. ,He has been seen in theatricals settled and It !U not on a Ie"':.'
Bandy been decided
f Dec W : Ues. It hat appoint a contractor made daring the day and published in. Laeech Co*!i of Larktn who before and the public well know his We. by committees have examined

the correspondents fan! Monday. displayed handsomely attractive bottles ability. Peter Paragraph, a reporter the offices, documents and record of ,i

The grand jury U the Circuit Court to run the field canteen and undertake The prises so far listed and tagged can and ooze of guava Jelly ,was ably I personated by Mr.: M. P. the Clerk of the Circuit Court Judge..

j' tahi momW presented their preaeatBMate the field their F transportation winners tn the agricultural exhibits mango.,pineapple! orange |Watte. His part wat that of a pencil- Sheriff. Collector, Assessor Treasurer a
to *... Jones, a copy of which having been .p"1/1 the WarOffice I" "
are as follows: guava marmalade, cra..rft.au4 >>usher to date. Scud the "black :and School Superintendent We find
i Metropolis. I
avpear elsewhere'la the Walter Waldin, Orange blade, first pineapple preserves,'and cloud of the evening" was Mr. W. 8.Hill all time correctly kept We suggest
The grand Jury aW returned a true I ,It hat also been determined to tend This' firm and Mother Carey, a fortuneteller '' 'immediate-
I H. M. Flagier prise of ITS for the best ney. that provision be made for)

MO against Bruce Andrews-for' murder fifteen more correspondents with the display of) garden vegetables This good for the trade both at homeland fell to the tot of Mrs. J. D. God-\ the iaJtty of, the records and document -, "'

IB the are degree' It wfll' be rememkered I first column eight British, five Americans -. was an excellent exhibit and was arranged abroad, and they have booked large man, who were equal !to their parts | *. and that the Treasurer, b*.1m* .'

that Aadrew I 1*; charged wUh one French and one German, being la a boat representing one of order during tile ':alr. throughout and created a decided ImprMskm. mediately 'roTldecl'.1I1a a suitable tale.,
Lovett la the to the number of correspondents -
struck ae T. la proportion
having the P. A vessels vegetable laden J Bess Starbright a sea waif.I Iwa and the Assessor with township mas.*

f- bead with a bi ck rVbraary S4. from j js here. with all varieties and rInds grown laI CAPTAIN A. R. SIMMONS. represented by Mrs. M. F. Hether-)[: of the entire county, and that allames the
of wkl eh b* died a week later I Others win accompany other cob '
the effect slain I tropical sotLLalnhart A* mead Captain]j A. R. Simmons of igtos. and she was easily one of the'best i I shall be properly furnished aa
Of; Andrews wa* arraigned It to impossible to when
Jartooovtn L ; umaa. '
IB bat rig Potter. West Palm Beach Cocpanat: Grove exhibits a magnificent characters la the play, and ice as possible, and to these needs
,' this stoning and entered spies the tart win be made the Sftesaireespo.deata '
box King oraagea and two boxes craPtrrPlt. tine of products I manufactured from created much favorable Impression.! we' call the attention of the County, f;
an..r b been told to hold '
which wa have
of ant guilty, e I Boarj) Brothers' prize 120.C our tropical frills I JH* owns and operate Mia Minnie Due was taken off by Commissioner
watnt tried. themselves readiness to depart at
.- remanded to Jan .. 0. Richardson. )1amJ.' box grapefruit a large factory, and ha aa extensive .... Marie Rush and Biddy Dean a In the Clerk's office we find all facilities
The cat against Adolph Hepburn nolleTk &117 Ume.j, ,T. E., C. railway prise. |2S. trade In the'peat dues of this daughter,of Erin. fell to Miss Louise to aid the public In the way of
larceny, was .
with grand
M barged Kirk.Monroe,' Coeoanut Grove, box country and Europe oa his famous Koc both of wkoa were a* near perfect modem Instruments exist as to'search. ir
Jr-4.', I at WILL BE CHIEF PAYMASTER. Mile and vinegar and tt '.. possible for amateurs toget
ranges aooety prise. IULA. .;paver cheese, at :of r records, etc.W .
to famish -
!! *.Sheriff wa Wmtam Tuna.r Washington March 11.-MaJ. EUJahW. I A. Boggs.' Cocoaaut Grove twoones ..loo oa pineapple,; and guava wine to be. I have examined the Jan and
comfort for;
a room and pal- ; grape fruit;: R- W. Rhodes prise.. marmalade Jam, etc. He has booked W1M'8da' two eolos were II prisoners,. and find the building In a'
aid tan Confederate I
; am aged. I D- lie maay large order, sad has lien highly beautifully rendered by Mr. R. 8. Kolb & condition; the prisoners rises and

'1'- ...Caut. tools s ....: am t wed to Atlanta.;Oa;. for duty at chief .&., A. Bow.' Cocoaaut Grove, two ipUaeated upouj( the excellence of accompanied b'.Xi.d Haha on the 1.- eared for. We particularly recom Fr

.;;,. then ) h4P l.- paymaster of'the Department. of the I boxes oranges r, X. C. prise. CO.t ate goods sad the attractiveness of the piano. 'Both- received. generous ap- .. the system of account a* kept
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X .,.,... .... nsaet7-, Outt. \ ,C. B. Crockett,.Oocoaaut Grove, box exhibit' plauaa. <# I IJ I i (Continued 011 eIghth pages) '

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I,!' eU.KAL'I I Burdlne.I TV. M. Lamma J. & W. M IIOLLOW LT; 1 JOHN W. GATES. r

&1'K Ot: n+ Byington. E. T. LaSalle A. UBradjvE I 'I: | For Best Meats and Choiqest. Poultru

C D. of the candidacy of JI The Great Financier Oace Cora
L. Letter. Anropo D. ; a mer. .
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L efoeeri--...,-.t W._s.Jean.u..Ur..eraw> ,..*.. Bailer B. M. McDonald, J. A. Wm. M. Hollomsy for the posotloa of clal' Salsman., I

"I pCNlet--.Iot., Y KM... C!.L -coteTr..vi.W Budge. H. C. Marcard, W. .C. State Superintendent of PublleJ: .Iatrurttun -! It should be a cause for]eternal hopeto ; C. H. Raulerson \& Co's. ...-

w .uIGI1Irfo4ftMhl l ;. 1.1\i.its. w. BrobFler, G. D. Jluller. G. the Palatka Time.ted the commenlal {'traveler to know ,.
n CTi if.4>c > u< r.41.r L..ruclmarw'rtJ.IN ,
V.- beataT oi..1.oe. J. M. Morse. Fred S. of September t farnlsbw the fol1o Out John \\' Gates "phi( as In Miami i3tti >
of nat',...-a I. M.IJHA4MM .. 1 Street and Ave. D.i .
*er agn Backus. W. )(oore. T. V. I
.l-b wraliJ L ,K. taVrt 1m; biography: : a few clai". ago began/ i commercial

.air. u> .Tr.dr.I... ,.r.'IoI i.rr, Trw.ur.-otemert'w R'aci.man. E. V. ,",cDould. W. H.qiaille. "\Vm M I ,Hol'oway!\ was hotn.. I'' I and finani tal rtrvrr a. tl drummer He
FsrM TtT4< !uAtMrsey t I""Ivr '
I ..,a! a.J t a.t..t.Mrr 44 Annl W. II. KlDDon. G. A. Lakp Butler. Fradford County.*,Fla.. van a hardware' ..InimmIHirKini -'. but left that i i They Carry' a Full Line of .
_tare v4 (>l FJiMD'!. -h.K. u._-,... .....r. Cfchfn. I. Ne!"On. Edwin > Juiy 8. HIli:. Twenty; Jays prior }ai lor the waking. pf lisrl rd wire i I
lacy of tNIPat'ori., {) Lf arr... Irtnumnrti '.r Chatham: J H P.-rk. R. J.Opnnv. I I FLORIDA: AND WESTERN MEATS.
4 :: ,> Y4..a .IMtfUIItjII. ._- e\ent his ijatfaei'. w.10.was a aoldf-r Mr dates tclU' his on stnrr as follows .

Sou 71 xulealttt4tbw..- Ihi ivortfMr .. J A. front W. W. in the Civil i\ ....'llIce4 bjtjtfefighting They established the business in 4
hmur'I' .eaatr,1. {re. Att.aw" j 4 Clarlt. P c. ratur on. S. S.Drake >r. i I Ii i i meat here April, 1896.
L.cw.._. .d d tjrtjtl'lir-'jA IHlr'ilitlcM : "I had
while gallant!] for the Cbofedth. nut trsxelful. Long when I.ame
... wrbllr Ui'i *i i j' Ra=ton ParrUh. Allan R. i
.....of r-.w..J' t '.pr.-rn.u. ,r.rr.t.K I subseqaeat lo the nmrluaioti hat p
Kfebt ( there sax
| orate cause rear
E B Rhodes. R. .
oat. AMents.4K ,..: l..ut.-o. Dotijlas.: ..
pyare agw-.4.p- a t.atriti 1',01 Dram J. K. Kfe C. J to this date hut mother died. thna IaT- more. money, In mxuufartnriDg barbnlwlr : H.. F.) Scruggs. .

CbTtatt' : Erwin W. W. Reillr\ J. a I inc him a double'' orphan trying; to / II 1 an In Felling it at a salary of

: Kee K Jt'lMa Enloe Pr G. Rush. Dr. W. aFrlssell. "', make. /bis way t erttugh life alooi-J.. j. $1''/' a month. ,
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B F.Taj..r, G. C. >Humph Edw ,, "As a boy Mrs: Hollo ay workaCpn "I had a friend in c Louis of the '
.. k.cM ._iaI4! It
U Y s. ryua J "' -. ; : Flanagan; R. S. Raalersun. C. H. the farm and struggled ...tJrouf aid name of Alfred Cliffurd. And I started PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING
...... 4h. .We "Ik.toh I
+4 _"'- oq-w.l e ed.h"..." 1! Frederick. J. S. Sewell. E. G. I i from anyone' for au ed raUOIL. 4e was to manufacture Larked wire In a small And Dealer in j

N .. ----101: ,I 1 1y i j f>an.. J.1. Saxelbr. J. O. educated In the' common andJilgh.l !1 way. I think' .e bad tbiV* barbed wire l PLUMBING SUPPLIES

nrou'I)i 1 Orlack. A. P. Suzner| C. F. schools of Florid and at the Natlosat marhlnes Our total i iMertment wasi

IIOL.1& ,J rk "nli; Glrtman. Jams Smith JnllnsI Normal Cnlrerslty of Lebanon,:'a i i lens. than eight thousand dollars to I 1008 Ullendorff Block, Avenue D
1.s.tepb. a. Jlalbwv. Yta.a.dac I Gatler. T. N. Stonr man. F. a 1 -r
I After tea years la the school roota'asteAiher. I start with. The btudntW proved very

kCuxa>'FtsrEI : Graham S. Snlzer'A. E.O'rthald" Iii I starting a salary.i( f 17 prof.Uble. and .e shortly IncraLied It. j I MIAMI FLORIDA r y

P1,4 Dtatrlet nnbraHnt be. Xut Qoa.tla. C. If. Shanahan small priests In the but in aWilson's
per month in a school not came factory an independent -
.<... __ .. fmiuk*. Gallatt F. Sewell John I
-. INstrtelliMU, M. 1.,.,.... and teaching through all thgrades i, fa''!.>ry. \\:e started anuatnturp.aated I
aa,. i Gautler. R. ,B. Seymour. R ItGrtfflnt I I''
4 I I1&A.IWA I of the public schools of the Btata h.| coucerp. under the
A. M. StawteTle, J. P. -4
CVUISioXEks.i;i Gtrtman.'W. H. Tnrcage J. I. : wax called by the people of JUachnacounty j. name of J. W. Gales t a. int'> which I Noeltylarmvui

Jet 1. B+se a Itf'.... (,'11&I..1 I r J H. Tatnm.. a aHJlB. In 1892 to the urerlateadeney eighjt of us put $:. .110. making |!OJII i)<}.
Hare ,
.. R. ... 1
J. L. Mursa9tt.R ":i Sb$w. 3- Gramling.. of the schools uf that county. '.$$ I We declared dh'ldf'tll'-1'f j about SA percent :1L I :

He..lgttart C.Duufc'Y..N.as. tlert.r '''' ., the Bead a Hill. L. E. Tatom J. H. His re-electloo la ISM and again I a week. Our projlts at the end larmvui OprnUtm *= Is toady I. tMel**. Lt

2sn.aa..en, :i I JOI es. M E.Hethertnjton. In 19'(1 nithout opposition to erUKnce' i i of the year were $lifl.i>'i<>. At the end .

ri.DAD1. [:L i M. F.White. E. UHeyser. of the esteem and confidence la wakh. : of the year. J eurgested that I either For Anything la

J.bi B. aefn.j'.f': I I A. E. Wall. T. A. he Is held by the j eotle. j?,:' i get out or sell nut Wood NoTcttlef 4

AEXA vls1&1cr. ".11. W.. W.'baier, H. T. "Religiously. Mr Holtowar I* aBap- i' Neither In bin limit ,jot his u r ondventure WIntowahd door 'screens, wind vp

j I..W.e/aa Dad.Cous4ea/ I; Hahn F..W. Worley. G. A. list being a member of the FirstvfiapUst at barbed wire TpsUnjr, had the aid door framer. store futures, stair

,Baa.fC.X.IMiurk.ral''+ ....11. HSKhes. W. D. Wilson J. L Church of Galnewrtlle. holding Uuoffice :j buddlnir eapitatfHt any clear legal right work, inside trimming of all kind. -

HOraer. J. W. Woodwortb. J. F. of dMcon of said e\lIlrcll..; B.'I* 1 I The pot.-ta sere. owned! by his patron.Elwood .
g :! { L S. WILSON.
Jackson, :J. M. Jr. Ximanlea C L. a prominent society man beingean: I I and another. 'They naturally

.irokas, '.Klag. 1d' I Odd Fellow. Kalght.of. Pythias."and !j!, objected t
'' C015TT10rrlCtM., TRAGEDY AVERTED. Mason. At the present tme be holds!i I they nerved him with !'Mal process In :i rusts AID SrECtrllTIOil.

Cmatf, J-AIIca C h,, MlMaUftawttr I' Just 14 tH ntek of time ear IIttl. "
Js4 jrwr. ; the responsible! position of secretaryof J]I A Loals be ferried hiit machines over
'__r-J T. WMter* Mywil. write. Mr. Kate I i
Dad.-v toy VM i Center. Lodge, No. 11 L 0.- 0F.. the Hrer.' When they served him with !,!
_. t0. 1-.c..r ._.'\I e.r.tep. Watkins W Pleasant OtTo O. -PBeurnonia Are You Going to Build ?
.. ik.rtf-Juba k..h.-.: I one' of the strongest and most Important -j I i legal prudes In Illlnoi,. the machines '
havoc wIth himaift'
'S. ;OuOartarsfTartfsvraM.it., tea.a- had played cad lodges of that order In the State.'Prof. dew by night back to the old Missouri i kr

it.aA +,' ... .__K. M.'&th. Miami.TreuueeC. a terrible rough let IB .beside Ilo'loway': record as county' r shore. So. like the keeper of a hal+ j I If so, or if need building material 1 of any
q-eatei$ but you
... ... Dorton grew
.H. Esak .. >! > cnnerlntendent I* marked by prugrea. 1 i way house on the borders 'of two state I I
Cm.,* KapertBMttlcM. ft t'u Mit Instrvr- worse er *y day.; At length w* tried : kind you should not; fail to see:
_... Vl shifted from jurisdiction tithe ,
tInot-& T. Mrrrllt,B .t a.ol energy and enterprise. Th& Bret jbe one
r;. I4wd OoMty t'nm.l..lMie! -Oe W. Dri New Discovery for Con. earl'
1 LtOI.hWl.Cu..._ lI eARlMT. f.lis Bosch.J.V.ru Klng-p of his administration .he liquidated a. other. In the end Be beat Elwood,:
JafUTE E. M..Le.M. *.4. sumption. and our darling wa tared.He ,'
Jeha lee.IL ",...I ti, A. ""Ii b... C ..wsat'ar. debt of$UWO i and lengtheaedtheeI' [ who had to take him .to his bosom I
'4 ...: h t;. CtiNk f-4' "llwrcrecnt er i now, sound, MId .eILEYnr' term from tin I to I i i again and they become) pals and partners I J. A. McDonald & Co
Bo.rdMlar1.'r body ought to know. If* the only *ur* '
oocn* IJtn 1-R JtDICIAi.ty Though the assessed valuation,of ; Mr.' Gun. hu in Intermittent >r
orCtetk Cute for poiighi. Cold and all Long I: '
several 0nhe put check for _
; IC 21IT. property wu reduced !, hundred memory a ,

4Ealre.eta Da4e w*oW i M rs lTrrattJndaeMlttrts.J I dlaea' \es. ,Guaranteed by all druggists. thousand dollars and the. wbool'i $123+).OoO In hii! pocket and carried it: ;
4 TttwrtU. Price W tents and $L Trial bottle 1 ZSw.tDec. Lahs.5aagle*. Moulding*.Caslat*. Brick. Uaie,
f 011 around, for three draw1ers. I
r r.eeuttaa Atwrwy-J. IX fcnrr*.01'..... I fund aanuaJIy $o.
'" r-..c Doat-... l lMoe4sr IaaL.. free.d.. 1895. and ,the terrible cyclone: of ISM.< : In order to rnake' their balance Taros..4 Etta...V..w.D asd lab Hmot, t t
tf.'1 T_ C.... Court e.f veer Phi :
.....&,.at.. i.ntta. JoI-) le )iovr.trr..tw. he his maintained the aU month.1| (clear remind him of} the check. In II i ,
.-. Tw e. Flt4 Musty4 ,. attar Y--. his teachers promptly at I 190? after anuxilshlng Europe he landed -
term paid '
y. IB April $. D. Cay found a Jarp package of POWERS' MEAT MARKET
# DARE CorkTT/kcuL? I the end of each month, eonstrvcjed i a I In. New Yorli fan of barbaric pearl :
/ 1 letters tcilay whk-h were wrtttnn by
(!' c:...."1,, .&Dea k Hartl" Mia.L I number of handsome school bofidtag*. and gold. On his dlfIhe spoil of ;
.T.tmi&m.Mbr .It l..i. George HJ} Matthew to hi* wife daring: I
P..tnttnf 1Wy-J
W Iptaor T ar*.-..__ : Is J.'-s. I the Ch11' W.r. Several if these letter ranging In rain* from $800) ta 1U/ JO. Loll'loo. he paid" doty of ItiOO; on ador Choicel[l nes of Florida and Western Meats. Pork
T k diis Ms i and acctMnpIfrdted other marrcloa+ pearls and diamonds
II""" .et m-nrtt ".. it.Iw,. contained description, and !diagram Sausage Hams Poultry. etc.
14 ". things for the educational interests of $t4u0. tie.... going away rejoicing,.. ,
of;battle Gelds which Hr.Matthewa 108 4\"Dm- A .
; )t. .. .. fought and were kIgblyeval-, AUchna county. : ,%j lbeti deputy collector who bad tak'pas.
ter..rxsto'I' "' .. declaration asked to seeco bier -- -
!), j'hlrsdlstingdabedrgeatk\ \ ,
'J*.* lied The y.cStatts wa cel- '
\o : ''.seeerai.lieaslona1 aloaej -"Mr..O.tw; harv-yoor a pearl .'
1 bees '.JioflOl'e4tOlL: : ;
; '-;: 4ILrre.4(1r dentatfy.t oaad bi.Mr.-Casey:tm teen (FB.EDK -MO SE
: .; ;. of. baring erred a. chairman of tlU eon aectJace Vort* f3S.000.boat you? ,Mr.Gsies ;
Vft-f see d Rb .trees- etoaet Ja the old borne Mr. ,
,.( ....._....,-....4&1'I.: ":'. at II Vrl.ek: rentlon of cooary superlatendeats a*- grinned: 'acicnowMgin the l"lli

t: .M.u..II\:= ** :.' eta '=.YMSC atthe.-DaTtOD. Newa embled la Jr* oak;, ID 1SST. ,He wasa awtr&lId that 1M had never paid f'
} : "
-....J- Mte4.ib yr .'euiar. ,idles "r cj\E.ITt"--' n-"IMI,..... If: SAVED 813' LEO. delegate a d reprecenUUra, of, (". duty' on 1 HTM' 'candor, rout: him $=1r REAL ESTATEi

.... ta-- !In\"P. *.* State Teachers' ..A.uociatlosi to tM1a.Br. tH
C&ui SCb reI.4'ravet ..u1lC '--'/M. the National Edarstlonal AsnelaUoi4Florida ; Gate It a coHertor. IahlspaUtial -
ta Ga
.,... P. A. Danfortb. X Grange, ? i
,t 11.,11I'1're...JttDtlIIII. !1-.t(a--We4J1:,..,,bn. AI s.JUUtrtoe p.tati" suffered for six nsonths with a trlaht- which correnid In Ch+tie toifw J IY.IJOIt mansion+ at Ute Ulrhlgan ar- up Main Cor. Are. C *a4 It tb 5*.
Ft V
i rse p rs 't A w.rger.J' tul running for on his leg; but write chairman 'of the Cbngr- N.U errae Chii-ago. be has so many pictures r

w. E.nr--1.. 00I'tI., C si.'i-: ntkt .... ,that Bu<.k1en's Arnica Ralre wholly narration. Mid la the city .f Cainesrslle that be has had; to hare a catalogue ofthem Miami. Dade. Co.. Florida. r rI

'. 04\ a.$&Mtrlrac.Lat I ask P. ..' eurea It 1n rave d.,.. For Ulcer ).'t,. 1tt.DIlIw'n;| w,>94[ has compiled so that' be could steep I I

>Awettb toaCIM. ':IS p. II JwkvEpaet1Ap ; EVounda Pile*, It'; the beat sale In .Uen fwr ll past rtrht years, a ,vVler 'em In his bead." .Acrordlng to one ] ." -
l rrt/oa
Mart W..IM'JI&Jr'
,an. ...u.a.H, a: }ar m oCki A all -- .. i be world. Care .guaranteed Oily 25rents. of the exemtlre commHle<. ({Pd Of hj* admirers, he has "one of the i I i J ; URATT BLACKS*rrnixa..

l4.fn&ftor- .. Sold by all dmgglirts. second Cc: greufoaal 41stsf.F.c: '. largest and; roost raluable private collections -, '
i or8h..ln..Wa A Work
; = Tt'aracfi.r.R.l.ra.. B sad t& Carriag.
_T.iwr_-Ven+ >IA. trarn. j .''''''.'_ rued.ir iw iOa. Yoluda Is posl-Vn of xre R'17; ff picture la the worldAnd' 'I F. BjHaven, All Kind Repairing,
... ..,....'... .... f
.. & .1". r. '
from } Brazing and
L |iment sod .honor. Heta* recci'iv "many offbeat are the brushes I Soldering-
..., Stating t tai! 11.Ia -., .......ehe. Ivory ... |- ; J
_. ,110 gr.otIt flat" tsl" enudayv al returned torn TaU4.ttleee'eee wh' r.. .ft of the faynou old arttets vt Rera-1' I 1 All Work Guaraa&H KJ.eo( $104.... Pasta at (t.rest.a j
.LIlt.Ge r. at I..'.... M a. tvu a.. grew.w cir BEER. ...*Tcd a* a member of the High Si I4 brandf. ,hme" When )II''. Gate start I

paE.tir e.taK tlta. uteri all ......... Ap HORSES FOND. i tbnminIou 1 appointed In a-iooriv,- to hunt a famous old brush he get (r ebbp. 800. .Aven.u.o'D.
e..r iu.................at u......... --. I 1 I
> "-'fftO'-"tenlloJI"'I.alga ...,. "'...J.. .. W...l..t.. w Ith.the u..acbOOa law aadeoiid sac the bras!'r Whenever I hare a little I I, ; .----r--- -T;

_P1al.r. ......r... .... Their p0ka.- | of ten of be moc-ll"tlDCUj' i r! loiKe money and see k picture that can TflT T
fum.riAKM1.wrwinfETr; ....... at ) _..lar.,.. !,. i\/i' 'ii'Ii' .
be boo bt. I IL :
.1'1 .. .a a.d lay stators tit the State hoc duty it war usually fwy i 1@i\
:tor&uba f "
1 w
d' _. ;TRADE.' Fully one-half of the horse vied by to prepare a course of stud' )) for the In short, he Is a "onlck layer tW' .
'-' the brewers of\VukltloClJa.u1sald' a fat high schools of Fiords. His election leading ort-llItance amwtenr. One i' J i

t' pTMldrat..'Vrirnaai )I.,'aro..... I end, today trtwr coeedthjl big warens. ant. president or'IhfI Florida: 'State! arteraona be dropped Into a New I

First Ttee-PresMetit. T. rTi Moor atToniltg to the Poat. *-ar beer Teachers Association. at the meeting York picture dealer's aDd "spent *1<*".- 0

_eeead YIe-lnaWe.. 1: a-lamam. 1 awUlers, and there Ire hones beloetlug: I 000 about '
at T.mpa'and without oppoeitiontviya an hour. Throw off SO i
.1;** ".ocr Ury.-B.; V. stockman! (: to our corcpany wblch will cot leave bait graceful recognition of his eminent 1 per renttdscouot[ for ImaKinatlon. He
.t ,r.awr.e:Rl a. TatP- r'j the delivery yards until they bate I; I3 Dru
-.*** Baud! ef'Oorer or.W, ''it Arawn4 tbdr bucket of beer la the -sorting aad worth and ability. by the teachers'of 1 eertatnlytbought for a'great' price Rembrjidfst"St. iseay9a c.ofT\paQY\

,' 3. X. iMnaos. X J:.,Herwr. ttlrtd l > .
T V. Moefw. } at lunch time. They have ac, 1 Paul.in PHKOB. 8t PaulI.

*. B. Rri ,.'P. W.aw'Dr Halm. W'* W4 taste for the bertrac, and they retu t :E. ". ha traveled' fates a f--rt. of his:, reminds him of .
FIM Jo *....u.'j, I bare beta (
do their work snarl they J ie. ABERNETHY
to i. Proprietor .
a qnnrlTTEEL : i iLA hone. arutr the. United States Chicago and )lll'll'aot'fHoa la boyhood I ,
supplied.! Now I nay { p-
W'8-. W. J Patterson B. t. eaa.d. : be jboaght that standing wood be .e .
< (d a taste for boer,bat I guct I sjrj\ and studying and comparing --I. ti

e ""o1ff11.Ja- .T.j i!L-$'era,DOUr. K. H.i ; wrong about that (or HJs ny can/ d the'system ot:the public schools la the tflgturvdquick. ." When he paid ILOO largest stock of Drugs. Fancy Stationery, Toilet .
w BRlDCKS-Baner.iP-* Baekua F, opinion that borers naturally lose.1IKr.nf' large title and rural district throughout for two landaus for himself and apart : .

7r.-. Haunt JFt W4 Rosa C 41.j ; T>.d. fc4.J. ) stem to have the same UU Hi .th. East and West 'Tb. superb; oT: friends to go to the Derby In iL 'Articles! Etc., in South Florida. Pipes, Cigars and FTOb
It that bats hare for mash' ate "Uer lvr f
i equipment and disci Tan spring, he "figured quick" He :
management plln
HEALTHJ NfABASTARTJaek.oT : : from the stlllnoati It U a weP.-knowa;; ie) 1CG0s. 1 f : .,
... down and locating of the schools of Alachaa county show applies! fo art his business methods.Hence I i I I'r ription IVpartment in '
)t. Jr.; k< W. W.| E. 011 fact that la rnrialtg : (e + charge
m.v*.: w. m Art'I Ktn H. )I. Illicit! stills la tat aoantaia twirt-ts him to fee n..t. with." the' best t his title to nnntsseunhlp. ; I of skillful and careful hand. . .1.1'j

BITERS AXD Lh.RDORSaartkade.y the reveta* cffloers .re fr"qiientl> aided thought of tie 'age on 'public education. I I F'
J' Ctaa. H-i !"...!> Edward Ct Tahiti, In their cork b) watei: .ltg it* aoea. GIVES HEALTH. VIGOR AND TONE. i I i.
,. )t ... Icr a' No higher I testimonial. *oaldi ( 1 BlSTAVNE MACK FLA.
5IL'a: shaat i&" the razorbar '.. sciatg: the IcMh' f ,t
AND nEIQ'$ i hare been >kiren hip work M a super i IIAiMI
RAIUlOAT< distsace of two n:Cell. Jlerbine Is a boon for sufferer from I
.tri Y. ba :;: .: 'f.el*<. ; P4 tummus 1 "Our turret fatties on betr. and It Is a t Intendent than the One exhibit of the ltlleamta. By its use the blood lanlckly i J :

., ,.. ,st AliTTh-Bien Tr. .'V'W..; cD.nai&. T; CAN.tI J. ,AE. I coUt-f.hif tat thai{ theoepsdrtakingthe, *rirt>oU of Aacbn| coanty presented<< ,- regenerated and the color Vv .) I. I .i

1'f most ,-.all do th.J\Clet hr4 dritttg.hf the State Fair in 1801 the bet- I. ,
Z. .1L; post. >1 B: pander.:tT I at ? ,; same <*emes nomaL The drooping strength (>
stale ?
the flit <' .
btree Craw on
...>C., c. fro t t. ,y.. I, &i.< ore 01> item wt'l! hies to tie pqwr- btu awarded pedals ,and Diploma* for |1"5 rcrlrfd. The languor la dim),Ishe. *) .1 C.

Ar3bJC1 ,.*RFl-llefirtean A fut dry In the throat before he wtU riak.. the best cltyl{ and IndiTlduaf:oouiitJ |i' ',..I'h. .iimr and tone fredoijiia&te.New .@ 8 .@
pr ...E it Trtia I, 1ne
a" ji !fort(.: J. 'Eo i it. But elf Rim hoc* t of fresh beer work, and cofcl medal and diploma tot ;, 4lf. and hcrppji: activity results
fl.f' _. 'I and It will looaf'roear.: scud te will the beet goorhil work.1 -
"'1. .1 -iucWltT> J. .. | Mrs. Bell H. Sh .,I. Mjd'l bcJirOtl; --h.

B. Sir 1ot 1: RsUty. ....... .Y1 aet< '' J,. i IIj I wVtr. n, T. I I bones. an allowed' a %1bnaJ.'1Ipp17' of Dtfturbanoec: 'vt strikers yin not. i'

J' :, )1. ...-f1 tTArrt.TRErrl Qlea cia I the Bnld by the icropaay: and I would .early a* (rare as an individual dla.order Ith liver contpla'ttt and poor blood. t

"' M '1". V.J,C Uiodev'; B. i i do without my nags before. would ass : jrfl hare fnned nctSi'uir! to benefit in. I 2O.a r
of the timt' J>
+F yenr rk. loss
:. 'ttr'!..J. B.L-.Ruvdta4 i my horses go thirsty" jk* Herbin I kope never to be 1 1 ;
'" tw: ;; 'it:i |dot' *l<<,pv nerrotM teesloa will be fol- In'tont It. I bT imlKh; ,1 that I had v liachtbw t n t1doe ,
; <)\1M. r.efnt"adi B.
#_ : 4.: 1azNtr7J ;,. d i.mltli.. .,I 'JammuI s. *aoa; nowa of It In my "li'baad's: lifetime** P I now bare la mr employ on. of the

.y .1'CUIO, J. [ : 'i, 'It eents ol" by Red Cross Phartnv--- -- :* ben draftnnaa la the South. and sat
11 Noq )' Jar last. 101>> t111ZPJarilo !
-Bt.-I E. v. 1 ployed, There;'s nothing M effldect to". '
pus M>.. :lald.a'l! aoj 'I-a ... scare The South Florida better prepared than ever for farmlak-
disorders of4he LaYer Military college
:'T Xuai J. n.. Dor J. K.n. or Kidney I
.' ',jUG;)JaHIpllCU-aoa .,ww et *l PfIOa.tl1 log plan and detail for food Wild
t'\. If..*. ... 'L w. }I' I 1W.. I .IOJ ... 'n.N.J *.*.io.v '.4wq u Electric Bitter If* a :woaderfnl I was reopened Monday and the work lags fine cabinet work etc. V '
ENTWlTAlXKEXT-Jthedes.> I ttwl'WMou paw M..)**n 1IMt'; ..jw torte ;and effecUr nifTittisand thegreatest ,", ls moving along nicely. Tortr cadets
: UrthsMe. .C. B4 R.5117. I am now beadqaartera for timid
B rds+ '
:ilia apnsq '. oi.| vu i| poor an around medldn for rundown are present aad Col. Baya expect to
... M..c .
B.I. work scroll sawing and an .
'ADvaTlaotot..lB.j B.J _...-. ..uu.arl.... JO .s11q joojd-an gal systems It dispel N ervoutae R ran the roll up to fifty ..Ithla:the aest work
Btaekmaa.B. "NJwt It JO afro ee.cae JO L1+1J1.aq & week tR ually doae la a ant das ptaalagaUItSend ; .i
1M"'.F. B.; Bylaftea. K. ;T4 Rhenmatlam pad Neuralgia Vie:- two The entire buildings have
K. P. t,;JOJ MUM poo* XJaod IRflt eu Pas at* pose order for loot,s sal
Hetaarttts. In the
T. Wa best
pl Malaria Oaly'tDc. aadaUafactloa | pat very possible eonSltton -
Tfc Ml !!.t ot s.mbstte .amtjertagalastr )..ndJII" pMlU 3i .at* *.i*.t **X gerraa. window frames ........ bruketa.etc. 4!
A and the outlook Is
guaranteed< by all drug- excellent, for
; nut >aj dt) s !pJA 1JJ11H111 of. ) ,
la an ... ;a* follows: and b* coarlaetd.
: J. 101;*.ji trim II*|*tp.I jo_'ioa..aoj gista r successful I term.-Bartow Courier-ia-
,Jiaaq W:. S. Kelh A. .. ... I -
w. II. JCa&.( U. .. ... .. ... .. fonaaat, MIAMI, FLAr t'
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; i justices' districts In the various eounUes ,in such county or prednct 'the State

CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. ;( OFFICE CALL C l( FOR PRIMARY ELECTION shall have the right' to vote for !executive* commltte shall have power

F I I one candidate for Justice! of the peace. 'to correct the returns from said county \

[ a professions |'Iud one candidate for constable, as Indicated ,or precinct as to such office: so as to. 1:L

Aanouacenenta will be Ipaorted Im UM ta the list herewith published Justly declare the result of said. alveTtlon. ,fig
Dally and weekly llotropolja for tea dot I la schedule form of omce. .
: candidates .
ms s, or la Ithw, odlUoa for an dollar. \Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May
|:for which are to be chosen at said '
1 jl Candidates for County ComniMloiwraand .' Each candidates for office! ....lnIYOt..

IdPATTBRSO\ ERWiKr J I' members of UM .ebool board will be j :: 10th, 1904, in all Counties in Florida. :primary elections. i for shall hate the right to place on* ,
GUB ,,( charged ono-half than aawunla.No I''watcher '
and challenger at Ui'polls '
announcement Inoortad until paid I' f I 'rI Each person desiring to have his

ATTORNEYS AT. ,;LAW, for. I I i: name printed on the primary election at each precinct la every county,

Win_I *et* an oooita Stale aad rttmipeeUIfaeilittoforeumlalacaad II -- =-- I 9 I ballots as a candidate for any s.iteoffice. which said watcher and challenger

ti TWe. We ka.. tb..alA per earu .MUDLaa .I The Democrat! State lawful electors of the I election '' Including members of the L> g- "shall be entitled to be present daring

4ketfaot beta e*'?.H., Dad Or ity,, FOR TAX COLLECTOR.. I'I Florida met la. this city of Ja 1'' In which they offer I to vote, islature. United State Senator, delegates the entire time the poll are open to

o.sox M. Miami 1'1. I hereby announce myself a candidate ton the 22d day of January A. have paid their poll taxes legally I to the National Democratic Convention ehalleag tile votes and also towit,

for the once of Uz collector of i and adopted re. lotions as leas than ten days before such member of the National Democratic ness the counting of tbe vote and certifying >'

p. T. IUGGs.j Y. Do, I Dade County subject to tie action of ,; RESOLUTIONS. election Is held and who Committee members of the of the result after tile polls are '

ores wtti ...en. rba. .ma l. lbs coming Democratic primary Be it reaolTed.That the when challenged by any elector State committee at large and Presidential I closed. The ballots. poll lists, returns. -

y, ......... XU Brae dw T. N. GAUTIER. call for Democratic' State I ./is,, writing upon oath before aa electors shall file with the chairman and other records of th* election Shan

....e,.. c I I hereby made the Brut primary his honor to abide by and I of this committee on or- before be preserved by the County executive 9 ..

XUKI. FLORIDA.JJl. FOR STATED ATTORNEY. to be held Toecday. the 10th the result of such primary and the llth day of April. A. a 1904. his committee after the primary ha bn r

I hereby respectfully announce myself May. A. D. 1904 and the second for the nominee thereof. :notice of candidacy and application to held -
i J. X.. JACISOH, ftL,: as a candidate for the office of said primary election shall be I that Ole above at
election to be held Tuesday. bYe his name so prI.tecl1QIOa a blank hereby certify a
State. Attorney of tie Seventh J.- ': to elect delegates to the national tn aad correct of the resolution* Iib
omci: day of Janet .L D.. 1904.! to be furnished by the said chairmanand copy

HOTEL 8tsc*,vxlt"Bi4e I : Av=. D. didal Circuit subject to tie rot of Be it farther resolTed. That t1oII. four of whom shall; be 'accompanied by aa amount of ands' can for primary' toctioM n..

I FLORIDA., the Democratic primary. I palxm Commttte,, consistiax by the electors of tile State at money equal to I percent of ft* annual adopted by the Florida'' DemocraticCommittee i3W

.n KIJ.Ju. J. aw ;, CECIL O. BUTT. .irrntn and secretary''of and two of whom shall be elect compensation of the offlc* for which January XX 1104.

A.D.--.. a w.r wmu. i I I mittee and fir* others to b*. tII4i electors of each Congres- h* Is a candidate, and no name of any ARTHUR T. WILLIAMS. *

%' nzxiEY A .WILLIAMSATTOKXCTnAT : FOR OUUMTI gCHOGX. fUF=R1N=ElfD1CfT. the chairman of this district. a member of the na such candidate shall be printed upon Chairman Florida State DemoaraUe

i mewl. e-'e prepare and fill a list of committee of the part, __ or counted or returned If printed upon Committee.J. .
I hereby nanonn a *
lU... tar 811perta-....& .f .....* tastruetMaf all sad also to hare af tIM State comlttee to succeed any such ballot unless this provision J:. CRAKE.:; Secretary.

Will Mctfcalaatala; F-.ra..sad all otk f Dad Onty.. subject te tile will wfamwoaeblag schedule i form: th* lilt of all commute July 1. 1904. to nomi shall have bees complied with,provided -

C-ru nutct...-a*..-...-! Owls W all 1M voters r may lie .gr.wad 11& De State and county, elective a United States Senator Preal- that the assessments of members of MOOSRH RACE HOXSX3.AMalaod .

tai..l. .. -1., mat,, Demos aW pt IL men BALL elastlsa.t polnUTe i candidates for which electors and all State and the legislator and senators to those :

with said officers to be filled by election districts asst Amass'speed Tbat ...aeon
compliance constituting shall
Fla. one county.
dw Miami. .
'B. RUSH h !. ta. r-t...' ;
W :
'DR- where vacancies will
I chosen at said primary be paid to their respective county committee ) _
I. w.
r. OOoe tJa-ltth' street, onO Sd.B.rfde.e..loUt I hereby ..,.... r a sadl- shall prescribe an aecemtry prior' to tile primary election td *. ;and the assessment of senators '-

tftreeiaad; AvengeMia. date far the .... eC Clerk *f the Cb blanks rules and ,;rep1atIoe., IB 1901 In)' districts constituting more The average me of 1B was ma a hair

1. nc.. -IR. MlL- I nit Curt ot Dad Goaty suhjaettb IS and cause to be don aQ That at the primary elec than one county shaU be paid IB equal sseaad faster taaa ta prevtoua -..,

: IFLA.r. aeOoa af the Oemoeratle primary. ssary or advisable to be done to be held on Tuesday the 10th amoa.ta'to' each such county commit Tears ago when the suburban and the,.
I dw E.: L. WHITE.: :tile of Brooklyn handicaps were emted. they
question holding a State
section ..tIt..da primary tee. chairman shall
.1.1 ; January .. Ml immediatelythereafter ..?. Intended primarily lobe, *adar-;
for tile of
.._CTT: not InconaUUnt ,with said purpose is- furnish to each newspaper aae races la which bone* should take e '
and primary election laws, to ; a platform and Instructing published In tile State a list of an ap strong weights and ma a respectable'
.. Speeiaca& .. Details FOB" CLERK CIRCUIT COUftT. national s
Ute'Jetter and spirit of to the eonven- names which bye ben filed routeat a moderate pace say Ootlag.-.
for BaildlBg* .f AU Kinds, Fine ,I hereby aaammo myself a candidate that so H
; Residences a 8pectalt7.b ., for the *0e. ., dark of the Omit ocratic' But platform may b. held' at St L.oo\,. the tth "_.J candidates for such oace.y and shall one called those 'handicap "'sits.:

... f jomc t, 15.DLar1E ATMTOB D. Cowrt tor Dad Cwaty. subject 4 to theapproachlag and Impartially ''compiled with.Prorided. than be' voted on, and If n ma-. e>ertity'to the chairman of each county taaeracw.. Now they are,. tartarraeas *-
Domeeratla primary etoettoav -nothing less tkaa that t Ta pae
I so decide In Uror of n con
however." That BO committee a list of all such candidates Is terrific. Flv* years horns apriat*
t : dw Z. T. MERRITT.Baoaa of such ';commute shall the State committee! shall Irclndlag members of the Legislature ad all sad sea furlongs. Lass sums t

Vbrta. Fla proxy say person not a bona provision for each conventloa. sad each person desiring to have his mer they sprinted s mil* and a.ssitrf.
elector In the SUte q alin>d taking the popular handicap routes st '
v dent of the county which the name printed on kuch ballots as a apace I !
soatbaaat i rnroM < : In sa'd primary elections shal! that not many years ago> would 11
v laJI...... I take DIe method te Inform the von making 4 the appointment shall I candldete for any foa.tT: ode, shall !have i
A to that of a quarter horse The .
th right| vote for candi ,
f.a sent theState committee. I one file with the chairman of the Dem- .
first of tilt iI.lrot. ,
111 r FLOIKDA. Ur'tad great handicaps is the ;.
rMIadJoa to the offloeefderkaf for States Senator one
oIIdate for
such campaign committee ocratic county committee of his county polltaa, a mpg at Mcrris Park ia ila,.
th OreoH Court subject to Uaettoaor or'' .
Home Seekers th* Umaeratto prlmarl*; Mar It..re.f.1 'i member at large of the Representative In ( 011. t on or before the 2st day'of April. Only those bone. that Wrfj! djUjr."forward" { f.

.. a*. K elected, .. perform th* ..- The campaign committee" one. can
., Atteatjoa.To tto* *f th* CI Ico. fct th. fwtare. a* ta.th* 'by and "under said.reecJ.Jons .. Court lor term of Us years and application to have his name start. So early la the year so grist i:***, w

"' win find it to Jour intereat ..... to th* beat af mr abUttyw I will I follows:;; {candidates for Justices of the :so printed, accompanied with a sum of la aotldmted la the )Metropolttsaj' sad. '
to call on AC before investing lie grateful w the* wb WIll favor mme a Com* one candldtte for Go<- yet' the ruining IB the season UsJ has. 1
Fan abe4 bosses nod room to with UIOr r vote. Arthur, T. William J. E. : money fixed by the county committee bet pasted was r-mtrkable for the face .
-. seat Real bargains in real tsUte 4w E.: DEARBORN. E.t: Wolfe.. J. a Cailoway. W. 'one candidate for Secretary' of not exceeding: S per cent of the annual William\ Whtrney's spfetdtd fo.r-

";:h.oed _.trY., 1.lIlIrallce.-tue-. m er. .. V-- ., -J.. IVmild and--- A.-- W. ; oae candidate for Attorney compensation of the office.The : yrrId Guides was the winner after a +
-l coUcCtiona--- -,-etc.- .- -Attentcd- to. 1 -TUiASOBJCB.T ren. Jr4 and organised- b/ the ,. one candidate for Comptrol- terrific struggle,dcrlsg ."-It!ut'J,...
COUirrr Democratic
license+ authorisingm FOR eandldat* for Treasurer one I Congressronal committees by tile trust nail''' wan a ttrals of Ole
h bare a special voters f Dad Couaty. of A. T. Williams as chairman
th Damaeratle
: to all made legal trail.. !* for S.perllteJadlllt of Fjb- In the State are hereby respect- most trying sort Alternately/ Go?in*,
x prepare fees.Prompt Florida: W. CoekrelU Jr, as secretary i any invited to with this i carrying KM pounts.' 'and Old Eiglaad. ''y
fers of real eatatej Low; eaadMst candidate : Ce_
I hereby aaaovne myself a ore or
-t far reeleeOoa t* the dice ., Treaeurerof : The campaign .commute ) of rardl- committee In the holding of the said wet leading with a) great distance sepsratlag a
attentionC Agriculture. one
; C CARROLL; Dad Ctnty Florida subject .. the, flompUant* wl h said reaoTuUona primary elections and tie chairman: hem at any time. :'R7t'l tk.. ',
i Notary pablic.r.Y& wm *C a majority af th* .DeaMeraU, the list of office la the call .. Railroad' C9mmls !orer.. one of this fold close at th l- heels they r.s thV ir'

f IriAa l70lD n"f Voter*, a* wOl b* zpreeaed ta.tk*>J>amecraae with publish th* call for : ; f. Adjutant GenerrU on committee' shall upon'request lint furioag la IX J t, the flm quarter Jot
primary Kay JoV IM.r .'- for Fpte Chemist, one mad of tile chairman. of any mntrsion a mil ta 14 aecor.ds. tile three r fiu ;,;
fa sehadul
doss and the
.e11a'b1 C K. XAUTXKKM.Mian. jUst hides of ClrcuTt Court of his cio-mJttee ears to b* published and loan ta IS 1-1 second*; aad tk*half mil'
: ft"' ria. an offices. State andcounty. chairman >a U I.... the Ave furious .
B>*4at* 0*.Um I. .r" e'ju'k'IIt CIrcu't. the...- certified to the of the county ta IIO.-.a. ; .
d' and appolntlie. candidates for committee th 'name of all' six rorloags la 1:145.aad the fall mite P1
J' W.CoMAYNARp. are,'IB 'fI mulmee with said candidates for members of the nomination* for which out. CuBflr. hoatlBg Old England .y a, 't;

1' Ate,tkXsm rwvOmw.it; '4 A. E. UETBU. u> be chases et said primary of Rcpresentetlves to which hit ', lor Congress Uagth and UU ta 1M H. '
Candidate for 'to entitled nay certified to hint by mr suchCongreesloeal .
'' -. by law. one
Rasta xmt j CALL FOR PRIMARY !:
s dw Gouty Jadg. : committee. PROBLEM'OF DRY !ARWTNG-. '
? )J : county caa.ldat.1
; itcta OKli hale 7, The Democratic State
......_ -
I"i (. one candidate for clerk The: voting /ll.Ald primary election ci
of Florida
the State hereby '
Ag.M.N.ral D**...-**t Rue iib
FOE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.Th Court one candidate for than b ballot r rI.
by prepared and used In .. -
provide for the holding of a mmtftmm rteal WUhWater. -
U/m. p Qar'sO1) many friend and supporters of of taxes, one candidate for l accordance with the' -
: ,; ie primary election, to be held : provisions of th ... !_.( .'
the present members of the Board of candidate for ,
formlty with the letter and one county :State {Fleshes law and shall be printed i

$M lr'IUI County Commissioners: for Dadecounty the i platform' adopted by' the ttnd..t;! of Public Instruction j land'' distributed under the direction of It It will I* probable be possible that to la raise th* near fntir*">,%|f
them good cnioa
ocdoal' bar prevailed upon, to for county surveyor. I i the Democratie conntr'eommlttMM: af'the
t1 Latest'per cute State eoavettlon held .in without either aatsra or artificial lri1pJoa. + .
t- stand for re-election and hereby : for at-veral 4--
: present county treasurer counties, said bJ'lots .
: } vDl In, Jane; A.1D4900 I and As 1s apparent to'.eYUJfI. !;,
Eo,9.StaQ gNagd. their name, a* follows: F. C. for county commlBslon- hall be '
.II.J-w. tn: pllanc with the law of the i prlrted the nunee of all eves the wait liberal! system of Irrlsa*
.;: -t Ateber. Georg W. I Inhart. R. E.: lortda. said primary election candidates, members of .candlltte* for flat std national of. doa f.c.1.luUos.W sot exkaast tire

NALD McDonald. John. 8ewH and L. A. held la each county of the of public Instruction toar ,; Cf-, .arranged in alphabrtlcat order.as STallsbi grid and semiarid regions c; l
NeD .
EO. L. Belcher to the voters at the Demo-. I at large to the national eoa- fled by the eampsisa committee! the meet aa STCB when IrriRatlaa has
Florida at the legal polling bees ,tt
spplled Its utKOSt limits then
4 stnp.r.ei.wael !a&ID cratic primary of Mar 10. 104. each election district, during the : ,!, and two delegates to the na- ',and i text la the order which may be will remain acme millions aer"s of

..wi .. g iad. a'cowiaityFLA., 4W',I' zed by law for, the holding eonveettcn-from' his respective 'prescribed t> the respective conrtyjComn mil land that *
:+ t cocoisxnr ORO : tions, on Tuesday tl'e) 10th day district a member' of ltte s the nan w of ell candidate '". The lands lie prtsepsy. tetwees -' s

FoR SHERIFF DADS: COUNTY 4. P. 1904, for they Domfllltloia osal committee of the party 'or each county office-all! substantially the one hundredth and tho on*, ''

C Yew' DoBOC.'atte voters of Dad Coua- !1 candidates I 'embers at large of the State JIB i conformity .th the ballots used la hundred aid tw,ttl.th mfrl4Iau:...'
fiiest Slop tie City. Demoeratle; for office, comprise areas own which there US 's
ID : Tr. FterldaJ J
; "" to succeed the present [generallertion!
I hereby aaaooace myself a candidate and 'county. to be jtoted for b ncleat rainfall with no svadab:*
i t Hot''ad' Bn1s.J, i i'f re-oiectVm' to the offlce *f BberUT II Democratic electors at the July 1. 1904) and one I The Democratic coga' f executive neighboring looms of rnpply wlikitf1 '

'f DnlrsU Ore GasrntetL Dad Crusty Ttarlda. subject to the tion.to be held November t. of the State committee from .leomD'Ueea of the Val ::011. counties might be brought to tk t' will .f th. majority K 1h* DeeMcraO pl'dln ,Bounty five presidential I ..
to be appointed by the D ID I Mfll at noon on tbe : lxth day after
; Ne* York Star' Bfrkr Siiope voter a* wm b..zpea.d ta the Deatocvatlo : and for o. against State con- But the department' of agriculture jai,
primary .. lie hU May B, BML Governor of the State bH. |such primary, of sooner if all the returns -j(I mbar r.aoan.s tn fall a'1f Bpoa' It ti
t .w' dat. d the "..10"" of .aid ... 'm@e.t court
.JOHN FROHOCK.I { are In. the coim'y ;j: the evatomary rrott regtAte!wale{ why
I ---:- election and the holding the ;;;. ; ; j such elector la C'cb odd mam- jbous* and publloly: .canvass the returns i;:I mot develop new rrupa that tin be>r' WB 1 .

.1.; hereby announce myself at candldate I election la A. D,' 1*, gad of a 11 district; shall have the land declare what candidates have ben dry This la anfauaace, II the crphlna 4,.
voce for one candidate for the bureau of plant li"'giitrjika( afi,for
iq.Mahr.ea//ibittrarbta.eaa tor Sheriff of Dade.tT.. :crat: candidate fog TJnted: j nominated by majority; vote for each : "i
i Itself. Dry Isa fatuity or 'dry f ani" -
.". T J" -'-. Florida, at.. 0. next Democratic pri ator to be voted for by the |county o'Iee. and in what such eases j lb." Is tile Bsaie ef this I'sigs scltpm vj
such elector In the sixteenth
:f r ,...... V been ta.tR mary. and art"for th*'rote* of ID7 .members'of the LegUlatur* of t.! second primary. will have to be held, ,! .it DOW the world is heltg: rrstceed i J

.- ....r, l ., 1' "" '" 'fellow Democrat and those whq.will State of Florida, at its season la district khall have the right and the' chairman and secretary' of'' for 4sdnstrial, piaats that rsa sustain "
M *wi,7JMagnolia j to for candidate for State
one sen
p ', be fmaBfied to becoxi ToUn'at that 106. arid committees within two days life sad mature rrgpe wt'h a mlBlmumof

peI ,ar;J} otnW, tf eleef e4 to fatthor Provided that a second_ fill the unexplred term. thereafter shall certify to.the chair l water and aa labora>* ute stsdy dan ,)\
ji such elector In the First See- such plants alder way ,
= Grocery Co:. fIID7, hmany-da. of &!. where,necessary under the ) .Fourth. and Seventh Ju man of the State executive committee i +-k--. ,
m e. of s 4d platform and law shall be all," have tile right to and to the members of tII.State"ace: : CXHIUS IS TBS BOCCITSBOP. Z

FWilltOBllT.I \ Ir J. N. on Today the 7th dy of Jane the committee; frm Heir respectivecounties J .
WILLIAMS.FU. candidate I for States -
; .. ;\ ) 190C, to COOOM between tile .1 one Attor- and to the district senatorial 1 f ..w.Toi ............ .... t r-' .
:. r .... dtelaf .t. ..
_' ,,: ._ -
"" L".I1' vv l. .. __
committee where .else M4 MIt R
n c iinuw a everyt |i expect- cul14atet when noamatlons such exist the result ee.

ed to be/ouna in k firstcussgrot IT NER'DISIPPOINT> not have been badei majority Eacanzbls.sucbj elector In the counties of of IIId'prlmlr7 election la their sst -
( ; HIlV.ix .
>rough. Orange
j.stprel 'We gnr> 1'. T VpmuD*. proprietor of the In tile first primary election shell have the right to 'respective counties, showing the result take two wide op* ayes Uteepth e
' Hamnto- Drug' ucb.--' second election 'I I In each prednst. and shall also certify from eating kr c
: coupons with jnrcry puren-- -paarnammon.la prey oi i Judm of the criminal sharps jn* a. this
,? d.q- exchange. aaya Chamberlala't Colic Cholera such electors as were cualiCed to (to the,chairman of the Congressional business DO..ad..III$ '** t ket..
r ass which you : aid Diarrhoea Remedy to practicallythe ; at the ftnt primary election :* reo u d. (committee such result as to the eandliiJite I shop ..... relate' tbs Nr York. 9sa"Only "
for6 ;chlnaware- j jfPkowj 1 to *Wa elector la the counties of : for members of Congress and yrtttrfay I stoppr a ga.;ikatI
1'Ota. ,
i .. ,,reIM41 be sells for cramps, permitted i
I was costlec me money ever das w*hid
.. JHIIUboroagh Orang4 and I
Jiiikll : the consolidated returns from the
; Orien 'Whifd.C6r. diarrhoea and colic for the plain rea- Th* Democratic State committee tfrom any activity In the nr.arka*. .
shall have 'the tight to vote various counties the State executive
D' St.jfx oa that it never AaappolnU.! For sale ng said primary eledionllii eandidate ( "Yov lee our RorhrsUrcBcgeUltJ 1
Aver andjAth j for solicitor of the commutes '
shall at 19 o'clock the '
direct 'wire troII'KeWYorlt.
by Re4 Cross Pharmacy and aQ medl- with law hereby declares UIe quotations by a
+ Hne daalers.Wntj conditions on which legal'eI record. I0th day of May 1904. meet la the while! our Buffets' office to :W aI 1,

'600 YEARt'c ., feting to become candidates otto In th counties city .of Jacksonville and decide and I rircuit of a New York-Chlesga wtr:', and
J Is about two minutes down. w. ...w. -
EXPERUCNC fH' bl& Oraage. and Vo- (,declare what candidates hate been I :
lit such election:haIl be regarded a direct wire from the Rochester pfflo*.,
: the right to vote for nominated for Cnlted States Senator '
H., NeaJean*. _on* of the bestknows : taken as proper mem ten of th. ; rend i I to tile B-Jff :o offlre! as well as bas41Itanee'phone -, f
therefore ! roanectioa.
web pmmee'and sterfotrpersla ocratie party and ,* ..
\* record. what such cases, If any a second 1 I Tk operator In the 1tot..1Ik'tlOt :
the South arrived yesterday BOTBfroea to participate and, be a II. .
; Is necessary. The decisions I II" wise tBat his wire was two mlnatta 'ieL
44 lag Birmingham to take charged f We, and vote at such elections .. ssch elector In the counties .
'- ', to canvass and rulings of the county faster than tbe Buffalo ticker and got W
: Dads and Poll shall have
rl TMOa'9f1 rRf the JownaTs pew perfecting arm*. lows: '; .
; trading with the Buffalo over th*
,,,, Otsut.. : b vote for one candidate for '!|romniltte.s. be Snal -aa to countycandidates.
Ceirwu.ers Le. sad yesterday aftaraoott H. D. Bell, .. nON and only hose persons ,'I lacludlag members of theLegislature direct ,wire whenever mTmat| ef a'
A---- expert pees erector .from the COM be permitted tObec4n* attorney lock was enough to give him a margin.

ie..wrtlfM-;- :--c: a fr.sns ="":" Printing Pros factory,U Chicago. arrrrad -. I fore or votorr, ,| pirOdpate In sieb, elector ta the county of .|: before such prtmary. the' best of It This puixM as for

: == = ; i. act WI'' the' machia* and PUt it maaagemeat of any primary = shalt bar the right to vote i j j'i Upon the final caavass of the v>t'. profit a while oat for of Rnr..u our B'IlI'aIo.lIteta.taking" all; tile

r q.n-d..aiq we110a opermtloa. The** Mtlamea will add by th* Democratic party in for custodian of lost I'cast In said primary It It shall appear "Suppooe jou fired the Rochester. o9rator -

Sckltlfk -1 h cla iwo this BjcntBg and posh It Ida who declare their adaertac .4; lumber and one candidate (.'that by error or fraud' more votes lave ?" remtrted the listener.

A-----u ,....1 : a. rapidly aa poamlbl so aa to (et th* the principles end organ Itatlon'of master for,the port attnated been carton any county or prednct for "Not at all." said the burkcuhop map .,;.
----.t 'la th latter Democratic party--astlonsl. State "I brought klm down and Installed list, ;
press operation by part county.teeter :United States Senator or any State of
{ ""':" ". M'. of nest weak.-PsaiaeoU county-who are' by the laws of IB the respective flee than could la th* om.lie,*. Rochester to toosmat'rx..
legitimately be cast
a ............. .. r a town Ian the.,.ratio*of sock tre.1na. .+

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MIAMI 1EtROPOLIS. Candidate Broward-seems to be. run: Z i" INGLESIDE RECOLLECTIONS.l "f .1: I DO NOT rAIL TO SEIa I IWHALER'S ] ,1'

,, nib; ts. ,kwards Instead of forward :' .

*. B.ke4 ever* day ei.:cpt ..... ,.: !; \t this rate I:e will land In the gubernatorial JEWELRY STORE .'
(hair about tao hundred ani I'' i
tl 4n 1 t tI
= ---.t f.IIUIlIr.GTO'r'' '' (1ItGn. I pity years heuce.-Tampa Tribune. I : l Marcaerete: !lister. : 1 3 14-.12th Street. I II Ii

.. ,. ._ _...;;.... I The Hou holier Mt Names Is goini r i 1 .: ........ \i- .....+t.I ...............................:. !' \, .

.;;;;;;',; rhr ,....rwjlat, ;, Ylaml.r'orlda.1 o ('uprean. from the Klrtt Con. -
.....naiilM...nT Il-cry W&dswprth Long .liow, ann mirej of all his poems It baa .npror.ouDI'ed :XCC: .cos?
r _______>_._ .-0--\- : "i<:.-">*.al Uislnit; He"ill do bin. i I l f--t WlmeisFor
..' .a.nt" tre' "eer.y. .ier "I.1t O II"r iSM .. : .. eminent American wet ant scholar (and we think Justly) "the d
Ml) ni" and the di-trirt luc&icult
.o I
mate tad of the tht'-a -" .", .' :h 'I j Main.jI most perfect specimen extant of the
_.. ... t i lamia Tribune.Ti. I sat born at Portland.. the Jab .
"'"' .1.'r h. I rythm and melody of the English hexameur.
-.......res U..6n..U..... .4.? -I.'" r r4", .I of February, ISO. He graduated at ." He published. the "Golden :: ; Everybody. : f
!sloe:L4ev1o4tm Inert .' .. ,.' tb. great IrlumvlaU' l : ,
? iri.
: I Buvdojo college In. 18:5, toon after begeod" in 1S51.;; and the "Song of HIawatha" t/l-\ .
ata.i' -.r..l. .' .' .' .3n .." to lx again ./ .
f.e!eaMnfhs yrr P1 1-' r. --r put up i which he was appointed professor of in 18r.;::;. This hut is perhaps r I \ 'e have just received a ..hipmtnt ...1' f
t ) i,.ir'. (""r' k r" "H a 'end Ifl I i
IItl.. I.1 j : literature!
n : i modern languages and In the most popular of all his orka. of the cannons .
P. > !f,. fra'lant Ii ibuterer, I. \:
: o which uiderstandI ------c 'hat Institution with 1M The Couruh.p of Miles Standish,
4fu1r ; ; y."i
e Pnifla i1 a i "a .;ia'.I'IEd! name for 1 law brt-tt ir i-. .Tr UD.c-EaglO: "
?\ | Muni !? tom 1|>i 't I ng tbat be should bar tile privilege and Trebles of New England" mere un.c1: Snoll's

AdvertiitDg rates ins'Ie+, kcown "0f' I it. 4li among the use-to-war.. am... ''of spending: some lime in purope In published! In 1SSS.! Of his prose writine I 'The bent and the cheapeJt. bicycles on the market \V
j trplli-Mj'i. ; n. I 'oil, M l,1'.i-i ,;; ('''WiD Jeemea"ilex I ;al".. stock ..f Ki 1I
I orier more fully to quality himself *-bpldes 'Hyperion" already mentioned carry larjre: i.e" Svaddlts Kmih Ac .. aDd do f
TELL IIU\ ell-yl4J! : u.it-r. tn.! (-ov.'n,or Bill are fiery evl- : I J.ep ring of all kinds.Carrol&Oark. .411 jntl wee III& .
'1 :. for his new position. lie visited! Europe -we may instance "Out -Yer.
:."iitiv. I II. the front rank In the "&1000
orrxcJ;: K& RUI' I.IS IH. .IIIXI.1 in IKfc,: and pent four years a "Plhrhl1a'in..Jond tie Sea," and 1
.Misnd atr.4et, :a..' i c4n. ti,. Drop ii't-alt.r: ; one Ever i 12th St. Miami Fla
& : 411 'rwlllilb| i iOppoi.e trsv ling in France.: Spain, Italy and "Katanaugb. a novel ,
"'..n|; H......-. j a.at: Ii4 ,t, turn, but the crooked ,
Germany In: 135' :: be succeeded )lr. Ills last important work may. be I
.ill.1.: } nu'l a ....p' turns tb _ro'nll ..... ...t. .., ." .. ..... _...# ...
I OJtPARATIVB. DISTANCES.JsD ..3. George' Tlcknor In the chair of i i said to he a translation .of Dante. 6.4..444
J ;,L0'nn '1 11e run: Iron......y .a;' i .b.-llail' -) TaJlab saaeeaa. languages and belleslettres at' Har- ,> "Divlna Commedia," This Is remarkable a if f I1iZcRFF : :E .cD',5.

; I.". ..... Snme'tai'ilidate* for once appear to vard'' :t'nlverslty. He vlalted Europe for Its >lt T8lne.ii and fidelity to r

VIlMr "iYaa i-think that the people are a lot of half again this year and after making the I the original it 'j.

......... "if ,:r,;
.' j" tour >f Denmark: Sweden and Germany "As a poet mgfellow is charae- I.
.... .. .......... > *lltl witted j fhurutia, who ran lie deceived r
.,... I 117 kind ot old yarn" The ....n. tie entered upon his profenor- I terlred .by tenjernens and deph of :t i .
by an
t afd.C.a..,...' .. e.r -:J7i any '
t tt.pe gosh wide.. ......, !i. sit I JIll I 1 ible caadMate! has l long since diw-over- ship In 18T8 In 1S33 appeared his I I feeling to the expression of which the
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ete.t:>01rd.:... (_rsn.ete' I J' toe W4 I ...1 that 'unh is not the 1'...... Sequel: delightful :;romance. "Hyperion.'* 'The J I picturesque and' graceful simplicity of 'i.Kinder Lou Crates.

.1(IvU I romance of Ixmgfellow's ova Jlfe was I 1 his language presents an indescribable .
f'cj. AatoDlv. i .3ta. .ya :lame of the Florida! wind jammers will\ J .
..a .... lU I I s4 WIT j harm. He :;
) after Interwoven In' this book MId throughIt never attempt to I CKisr
Jsi... l'Il'10 hunt up new jobs Map f : vS J Harney. Miami,
1..4,.. I .. seer .... .1111U. I T.'I..ha..an. be Secured his beautiful wife."Mary excite admlrat'nn'! hy far-sought coni i i .J

+ -: ,_ -. t--: ... _.- I I. Ashbt rton," a* he called her 'In the I II I celts by wild or lofty nights 01''. 5 I 11t1X1uc1or= .;

M RCt112.$ 1904. ":\apilwa l Rroward, the Jarksonritle book but In reality her name wu i i I' Imagination or by the exhibition ., : Lou Cr.a.'tes
'of! i
!, filibustering candidate for Governor Mary (Applf'tonud before her Jcir- 'ark e"d terrible\ pasnloos. He .

if ii ow sins+| cut Nicholas: will thinks that be will get a large vote riase :liongfellow. through the in- !relies' chiefly for his success on a' all 0\t'r: Dade County.] rw4

,seek pe use, Japan. 1. |seeking:| It, too. 'la Tampa and Key West on account of I site of roe of my loved one with j simple and direct appeal to those sentiments i iI I j +a :4.-t.Aws sws44an4.to airLARGEST..... ,......t.. ...,..........

by ligh tta'toe it his afflilln'on' with the Cubans In the her. became very' dear to all of a*. I which are common to all moo-

I o ", hUe Spatifeh-Amerlran war. Mr. Brow, All know of the Ideal life the anti! the ,kind-to all persons of every rank and j STOCK

Nowlulling that Japaa ha suerw led In urd m an elegant gentleman, but a poet ted, and of her untold. sad 'and every kind. It is. In fact .his 'com' H y

up. severs of the Russian fleet I'(ior imlUKian Much of the foreign tragic; death. I, mand over those feeling*-.htch ....1{

she am* Me that {they are Well: shaken vote in Key Went and Tampa Is I I so universal! In every' human heart j Fancy Groceries FRUITS.

t.; Wore tkea. I : i I Spin.sfc; ;and what these people mill doI In 1819: Longfellow also publisheda that we' must ascribe the extraordinarypopularity .] ,

-- I I.Doa't I to Nat\-llr..lt w LI be a plenty."-Tampa I collection of poems entitled "Volcea of his ,,orks It seems to Hays 16rdiD, Feed and Fertilizers. FRESH VEGETABLES

? forget' to register If yO. want 'l"r.I.lIne.l of the Night:: ," which attracted heap me that age only ripens and mellows.the '!

to vote May; It. It., your const, tutional I II' : of attention, and raided. him at once,to .. poems of this divine| hard. j Yachting Trade a Specialty

.t;r rlgt>(l 11. rote and. you art \Dot a A MECHANICAL PITCHER. the tint rank amonl American poets. i iIn At one time It. my exquisite i

man U tOIl do' 't do .o. 1SI3 be,published, charmlog drama pleasure and privilege to read a letter ,
Ted I ; I i I I r T. He Tried kv th New York Baj of tie "Spanish Student"' This of Longfellow's to a poet-sister of I I E. L. Brady & Co.'I:

A #u..lJOfarT remark: I"Freti- I i ball Club. wa followed bv his "Poett and Poetry mine and my pleasure was still Increased j

,, dent Rob*velt!,. expeauea are iacreanIcr .- of Europe" (1845), "The Belfryof when I had a copy of It preI I
A pit chine! machine Is to be giventrial a
-ts ti-vey day." How about his Bruges" the next year, and la 1811' tented met! I shall always treasure C cER8.h11o .
by the/ New York team la their
+ .chances for t! uoa1' : I ITt ''practice: :'here. ,says the Savannah : Evangeline." perhaps the moat ad- "
1. 0 Mornlrtg'tewt. though It i I. bnt fair to > i co .A.-ve. find.
'semi ie rare Twelfth
rte s be a on ivy, Jack- t. I St..
_T U.'aJ |o Who ca luake{ (b limaelf aid that Manaxer McGraw take no .
stock In the mechanical device. Still W.: -t
William MILLER l CO.
the bCiUfol 1 over R. ..Hnrataa. .
the experiment will lie washed with BiscayneOpen
kid34Ut 1Iu boem for President i .
"fe ; considerable Interest. ts.-r....*"to KJwia NcUcli! ') .

.' !Te nifle Graves' I* one jot' the !I "Ni> rtarhlne ran ever take the Undertakers 1 1 and Embalmers i I!i from N'orembe1st ,' .

piace vf pitcher." saM the New York tl. S. GRAHAMCornet .
i { 4 to t ProprietorFLORIDA cir
f mo briiu and- forcible wrt..era lairjth j Maj lot ,. ,
.Ms rica. t! Jbl* Lad all die otantaBlner'that -I manager >veater .". "W. do not la. i ; /J l'2.t '$ire t ,Phon'c 25 .1! .'
eaidldate tend'to try r to do murk alt t the true \ :.;:,\, Avenue n| and Twelfth St 'nets rMIAMI
.at "aM
i ehls P.tmIAlAina..* sake] for It to '. h., f I .: .
:aanol ;Lt landed, la tae)ireeidetlaitbai ._ -
Ir. i I be brougbi*; along and I consented to I -- T'- ''I, .

.1 r I t" let them ify It: a few times out on'the ,. .. -

U a feUow- .slaps: you on the 1 back diamond i The men will do their regular NEW YORK STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS. ,

these day*, oat' look around toe It'oaly practij' work aa usual THE PALM HOTEL.....
>Ve have, our pitchers and don" .
poUtlcian aad "your Iftead.-I
.a I
;n.. woo .are full ofpresent them jest; at. seed any ,!mat-bin It Is being sent The following are the New York Ontario & Western- I 1'I'i; CORNER AND lira AVENUE B

; bat after May 10, It will .be aluug fur kn, advertieetQent. I suppose Exchange Quotations on ''the leading Peoples
diHrrect \ \ I haven't earthing to do with It. Crane stock at the close of the market this PennsTlvania. .x. . .\... i GUS A..
of tbe Ne'! York Journal asked if It afternoon. Rock Inland Co . ilULLER. Proprietor _
itubes j I
I 'I'
wire brought taws would It.. t., given ., I Rock Island.. preferred I eta _._ _
ylou: peas by a slid aee : ::: : : : : : : I tes li3.SU; per day and up. ppeciil per week and to Comanrmal I
'a Reading . . 3--
trial oul.on the field. I eoneE'ated.i timelttjtgto. men. Large Rooms ,
elerJtn .
j loA
the setoktat 1U'fttM. the "m. e
Sapr. . . . .. lili
''''MppuHeJu a few balk will . . .. 64H I
boej aa $. bulldlD 8e6U I. tbs bs P. O. Box
{ Southern Pacific . 4235,- I 417, MIAMI ,
'easb.drawer::1. spiders ptnaing webs : thrown will) It to snow what, It ran Atcbixon. prefAmatgamatied . .. ... .. $$" Southern Railway . . 19", I -- F A.
. --
do. : ;Shy Southern . . $1 I
ever the .... It Is a that Ry. prefSt .
alga Am. CariFdnr Co.L. . . 19 I -, -5
that >nD doi'e 01 adv se.'The ; i iJ' I "I don't ;believe that any machine Am.Car4Fdr'.Co.pr-et." . y) Louis SanFrancieco.S. w.; ::: : :
: St. L. &
can ever be made to take the place oi The
. Peacock
Am. Locomotive. . .. .. Inn.
I i Tenn. Coal and Iron. .. . .
a good pitcher . .
beDIPftlt edit of BnaJdfo.- t Am. Locomotive, pref
the U. & Steel I, pref.. . . 55>
. . .
town sad Palmetto are still easy I The pitcbjig machine I* on City Ameriaul'l'ofaacco t. S. Steel . . . . 10
'. ; B. & 0. . .... ....... . 73 K On. tb.-
if, '-balding" It to one sos her. If thus : of Memphis which I* overdue. Thereare Texas Pacific . .. 22 "rNEEnA.T COCOANUT
. ;
l''' tats w.p there Ucontlnuei there .. apt sii piayers expected one the Memphis Brooklyn Kan.WesternM.&St Trann.. . .. 39'f Union PacificU. . ... . .l!' at .
Chicago 8. L Bather. . . b
.l to ... aa editor .taiai from rheVralna besides a representative of the C. P....... ... . 138.( U. S. Leather, . 77 The moat Svatberly Hotel otI the
... of Florida raJI-' New York Journal who la to follow j c..& 0..... .: .. . . .. 2Kff V ,-caro1ina Chem Co. : : : )(Mainland toe foited 8U,".
z I the team. Tbe men already lIeN.are Canadian Paci6c ., . lIOs .
I Western Union . ... .
getting come practice; though tb. Chic. & Alton prefConsolidated . . 80 CUISINE UNEXCELLED eE
s t The .'* teat said and Wabash : . ". 1-1/ -w nor uosniin touts
72 ,
esoagh1 Can, . . 189.(
brought eat[ about .polycaay t> the grounds. are la very bad shape. Colorado Southern . t\abash preferred . . 33VSeptember (}:F. SCHNEIDER &
We are limply chasing the ball to BON Proprietor
soot UvedKatfcm to baalsh him sad Continental Tobacco pref;., .
: .taw'hoto eoralttM gin j that hick i get our wind. explained Ifaaager Me- D. A H.-.1S. Futures closed firm. .

aad accnit body.. Its's ditty, allly lot Oraw. Erie . ... . .I..Fi%ZK January .. . . . ..
v". That la about all that eaa be doM Erie ant pref.. . . 61H FebnW,.*.. .. .. ". . CentrallvLocateoT '
of rot that M,being dishig oat for oar nth th. groaad gH to better eoadl- Hide & Leather,. .. . . MarchApnl . ...". .. ...... 1630 he .

to, iwO.es--.. sad ehlWre' to read. Uoa. A tore of ... ... to work mI8Ol.Ceatralr..oI.i 'k .. . . . ... 1636Louisville I A u.

t. &Nashville.1101y. . . .. . .. . .. 1661
Deep/1. tile toot that tas towtai *.. /Mtardar: WUkla. slew day the 11"J., .... . .... ... .. ..,. .. .. 1658Maahatta..M..t
." the Roosts *ffl,be la Maeh. better: akapa. 140"( J.ll ... . .. .. .. ..' . 1658 A A./V7SEzt Ty .fefi.. "
.. *in. tong a Otaf of )*etropolita: 8t.Rj.' ... .oj{ 10 Allpltt.. ...,...... .. .. .. 1598et. PioneerHotel
; Vjrv.1
:..q..uLIIqw'behind ,r.r'.v.ni: ,, -- Sec. Co. ....... .. ,. . . : ... 13 Inu..X..T ,.. fci
..... sues' M4 tk- whew wffl NBtaaj4 .. . .... .,....' 16>, .. .
r U lj D .. ; October.. . . ._. . 1292 : 2 s '
: iia.eiate. what :.Florida I 1.K.-AT..pre..H..I. '
. ::1. J ms..tt. N. Y. ee.1ral..r. l1.tlt Norepber. . . . ...... '1265 RATES$J.oo TO$s.SO paR DAT i
.. 'I'II
'"' ... Y Norfolk*\ nle".,,... ,. .,--j .S3 J.{ Ikceaber---... . .. . 126
..y .-.....I .tj lam; of.th*.sat.".I 7.t t9'I .' ..,. ; z -. -. CoraetA"B..B. ind t tt1 str..t'
'fl' ? the river ----- -.' -_. -- .. -,---. :
.. ; ;; ; verlookuig,. "'' : ; ;:r--z-r : : '. ;.: MIAMLFLA. .
1 t -fThi" 1'." Ii t -
f ; and ifith 200d -a .
*|..\,ly TaUakaaaisaaj:gets ; t: ''. ** rooms ocea.n. and board Short Abroad : 0. Steamship Co. 'I *-<*
I : at Trip .ThJr4
"j!, .tk* folloVlagAm 1rJ paaal reasonable .

through! '1.a. Mated a ferocious looking :- .. rates. I

'i'; talL -Tk.' latter shoved fight: and J. cCona.: ... Proprietor. f tins View ., die Beg; x-
Pat true to his Bator, dedded to ac1 I i

\ seas modstsl! fclax Bat before* dolag..awb. .' BtKh St. DK..., F..I 25"50' HotdWocldNassau{ i The I A .wmd.d..s... rnt Class.
.. 'aad good
: sat *.o B. had a heartylaugh ; -- I F

: OT.*( tk. eoaUmpaUoa eat.how ,

!. ;'W. wa. ft',kg I to t make th* Mtlaial took Take the .in-Screw Sea Going 1 AND RETURN Bay'Jew D. M. Conollj, Pro

Hk. a'tklrty-ceat ptoev Th. fight wa f fHotJ.
Pk' 'aot'of; loam dofratloB sad whoa tile waof Launch Sapphire And Transfer of Passengers and Baggage at Nassau '
'Vet TetmasG
< the Ea erald .*... gathered ....- Eon: the kingEahinKgruandaor. for'--.,-:-- .. -l- i i't'- -- -- i Per

'1." elf together atiineleatlv to recall:what any point ot interest in theae! FirU Trip r 5rc*-d TripLv ; I II

.. .had fcaw aedal* a aeaa. of humor wa. whets ACCDftIlDo&atioa.fOC'n Lv ..1am1.0ftd. 8:00p.m. Mon 21 ..laml."Oftd. 3*>Op.m. itch 28. I II ,
"" rst his Be.JaMier.Vh In charge of those familiar ,with Ar "''a_...T_,8:30.-. Moti, 2L I Ar Naamau.Tu' O:3Oa-m. Meh 29 I Miami.
tklag | to I
's. beat fishingground*. May be Na, .*...Thur. 8:00p.m. Btch 24 Lv Nae' u.Tnur.3.-OOp.m. Met 31 I .
,: R, ,"",. 'and It was a'good' chartered for any length of time Ar Miami.rrtoar.eJ.OOp.rn. "e..'25 Ar Miami.Friday.KXJ"m. April 1 : I

!:thing Ot had W, laugh tiro!.' It la'a jby! ap plying to boat at. Royal .> t I --t i ie ..Jo J ..rti
aewtala'caadMat y ...,.--.n Mr..F.arttt'Ja TrV+-J J.. . .
fz a good tt b pddreaaing1ias :..,. ... Th.-trip was be by 1. 'c --- --
to1ajp ia 1.'Ii "" >! Pa iseensef ",....\of th* P.. 0. I'.am.hlp.Co.. who will remain with Iibie I EliY1n. 1 iytt! I or
:- at *M >Vth_tat adraa v "* .. tM paee< arses and do eiverythln po. for theitr comfort and pleasure j % Pure K'.rer. ,
j'f W rpi 'f PlraillPtej4Ott.ere .jo trip_ this nomtaphcr. can e. waV tht fr ...\-....tnK-and for I NcFurni.he f[ i .. ,. Horre T
the drtbtRf toftrttatk. tint la*. _modaUone aboard atilO;and at the ......tIut and del', Coo'Jnr

'" .'.....Taliaprro1'M 'tb.!1I'iaW7.elect Boi 63., Miami n: servedly..! .fanyou ji ..oJ.Hotel"ColoniaL....- *-f- .'- .- ... t i: k .Blscayne Cottage : .
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R IIGL W'- tocUoB tob .. .o 1 i. -- I' \ I.
"'... .O.K..IGIh. ...TtoHet '_n'- Royal Palm.Miami. Fovrtjt Sire .
.will this tokclataa with,Pat. ',U a i For reservatKona apply t .. -) j1i4, | !, Telephone 57.3.

t.well Oat had befor.th I.1. 11" ;; .ALLAN, ; K. Pf1KRIS1f} Proprie or. s
I -my u>vMat" IpySPEPTICIDE. : .Cw JMn, ..", ._"I' { L' HArg0. Tritfio .lgpat3 :
,e. May.'>' VT; *& *'ttl ..+.. s. { ,j JMIfyllle.: f1a"- OteiluoLtb tbs Bay. Two Block from D]
;.'\ ... r.. .., t.t t.-"t it ,.t tT'a ...... .' ."' tI r Srt ,.,I pueI S +tcc1,
f. if.. i
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> I I' I' f !' From my store to homes on 'i terms to SUIt. $1.00 pays 'for Furniture at 1 -

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Floral Desi i n:. for All 1'nrposcn. ,

M. J>\. KING, I. -
Another of the series of dory races The Ideal"Dry

Funeral Director ,and Embalmei\ I will be sailed his afternoon, and, if

i I the wind blo s, will be interesting.But .
} ,H I OO IVME! I)
i I two 'boats, 'the F'Jai antl D Jn: 1- -,

I Promt, ,* AtteetUM I ir tt Iel..r: rh or Telephone. fallr. I had been entered up to noon thoughIt i Goods, Millirtenj nJ .

i I j : Is likely other boats will be entered

a ._ L I before the start of the race.I Ladies Outfitters.
Tice-prtaldent of the cc. *
Ts r W. P. Northrnp. I
I Dick Aughenbaugh {In charge of the Clothing 1
Mathews-Northrup Company of Buf- Ji.
DAILY MAh9I) MTROPO IS. i :for 'a series of
s.- f alo N. Y., the largest publish In i dories, arrange \
'I afternoon week, *o as Sale i .
ts Amerira of railroad books and maps races every ...
In the city, accompanied by hit wife. 'I to decide the winner of the cup offered I
I : Fine suit..f 5 50 to $10 and will leave to-morrow on a visit to '! by Mr. H. W. Merrill for the boat wlni I serge I ..
)(AIL SCHEDCLB it i the Fine ,,worsted 7 50 to 10 (at I
o..ne.. 'i clog three straight beats during
|Cuba- Mr. Northrap U also of Alt wool pants, 1:5: to. 4S)

Arrly': .from tha North- i jibe Buffalo Express newspaper and Is. season, and which. .is.now. not ftz'IShe4.1; Wash pants 75 to 1 !iO : AV

':05 a.m. ime of ate best known journalist lathe Odd coats 1 110 to 3C ,
',.: I I Commodore Hughes, of the launch "
TOO b.m. country. | Dor* knee pants: !
': I i Clara, will visit the World's Fair In I .3'k oj
Close:: for the( North-- 1 I 5l1q grade at
I I St. Louis this summer, making the j 75c rad at. S'C'
'. U5 p m. 'I Mr.' and Mrs' Charles L. Myers are
1:0i .m. 'I'j' !trip In his boat Tin the. Mississippi 1 ro grade at. . 69 c e
al nrim for a few
I guests of the Roy .
river. From there he will make his 1 25 grade at. Ic i
days on their return from Naa&ao. I
[ the lakes and I
to New York via ATCohen's.
!;: \VEA1HER' I. DICATIOldS. I where t*py spent a week at the Colon- way Arc Reiyingte1l'; Spring Goods in all lines
'. I I Hudson river arriving there late In
", Washington: For-,-Eastern, Florida t : ial. Mr. Myers is the popular masager ., the summer. :1 daily: Call and in"pect the Spring Styles. IIOme'bll -
of the P1. Jb O S. S. Company, and ban I :
5 Fair and warmer; Sunday, lair. many warm friends all over the OOUDfs. I 5 I g new every day. J have just returned from

.. .. ... ....... $* Tbe handsome auxiliary-yacht Lotus, ;
'Maximumiaimnm i r' .Ioj. try. )! Myers 1 Is a most charming few York and am prepared to t how ;:,011 the
....... 71 i of Philadelphia, with her owner and I II '
[ .+"'''4i. woman and i* the renter of a circleof i 11--- o.cw':: ''' i>:'' rA.--: i liruite of my trip.
Ii party arrived la port last night from i iI
.. admirers I I
Interested and attentive! on
I| the upper East Coast add from here I 1 J
,. all occasions.: i j
will go on a cruise of several days lathe
-3 PERSONAL; MENTION. \ Keys. '' ;
: Mr. and Mrs. I. D. H. Ralph of Phil- 0 '
I .l III t
)driil (.iC.aC.ipiSYllalilai .C3YS21it'e! aitHpbla. who haven on a pleasuretrip i

t,!:* Mr.. and Mrs. Lorenro o BIack ton of to Palm IVtr-h, !Miami and Havana I| NEW MAIL1 G' )51ACIiINi "

: ..a. are In the ; : I returned to Rorkledge on Monday :i. i I

:11o-da: and received hearty coogratulatioia JOfi"t G. Andrea Has a :Good Thing I I. J .r t tI I

Mess F. C. Renter and HI H." from many friends who were at If Pushed.
l'lam*; Lake cIt" are jrisltoji\ la the railway station to meet them. I

:Miami' to-day. j jWblie at Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Andrea:mailing clerk of ... JsT7Q'Jtl'Js! !'

\... -I-i t i ifteobe I I Ralph attended the Washington birthday the Times-Union, bas Invented a pastIng "
", thJSINE
'Miss Itdbeter and Mr, andBeach.'an. I LOCALS.. a I
ball at the Royal Polnelaaa and machine which will be highly appreciated

*.Mra.H. UHUler.th rrIPaIBl Mn. Ralph was one of the best gowned by the publishers of all news E. 0 DOUGLAS
1i Ja e attending the Fair. i.
*; ty +-I-o. ladies on th, floor.-Cut Coast Advocate papers. The machine U designed to:! FOR 1 SALK JIT A' BARGAIN. v y

Doha a'' romltl 1I 11_ (Tltutville). i place adhesive substance, such as a

5' of paeksonillle.Lyonsl. 'Is-here'' to-day oa ; glue or paste, to the edge of wrappers Forty,acres of shad upon upper rock 31O and Twelfth: Street.. '
road to'Cocoanuj: Grove for ale at a -
", .. |' ) actix'alc. for.newspapers lor.l aoksges.Mr ,
aelD, -- j I' Andrea has applied for a paten bargain Only, about two miles from r.
t-i- I 4 ft' !)VITH THE FISHERMEN. I! ;
,<_!. Crocket! sn4.,,:. : Twedetfler for the machine which la1 a simple bu< city.: Isqnlrs of j Price A Gaatler. at
.j I. c eas ec > Nac >*e'" torneys'for the tsUte of Wm. Fisher
;and.wife, of CuI are'at dint the: at effective one, f pr use in mailing,, .u. _" _n __ On. __'

t lair today whfrej they ar Interested I "The following catches were mad newspapers, nil guinea or periodical! .decease*. 149 ...... . . . . . . . . . . .

4a exhibits.i .' 1 I sad reported by tbe fishermen yester- of any kind T >a invention Is In lUel .1
I : cttiy: simple from the fact that It can b -
i 'JA,. Taylor, travelllni ;: pasenc [made In;one pi ce. It saves time an< I I SEAMSTRESSES. 10:1 Aryioe B. corner I
Atlantic T. F. Terrill. W. E. Denl- Eleventh street 189Headquarters I Epicurean Restaurant I.
agent of the : Mystery: saves paste an< I It can be made so .4.i ij ,. 't
[road to located j ie.. N. A. dough. W. F. Eshbaugh. R. paste the eJ of wrappers of I.
j to ge aDt;# : .cedes. fruits, ,
the Jj" taffey. A' Bradley. C. U Mead J. D.cranston fancy i 305 12th St. #
tile!irest of EttJIe T" width from ten Inches down to thre > I etc. at.WI1ao1a A flyDeira : *'*. 7
14 and J.' H. Terry. 115 klngash, 1 Inches without laving to be fitted with

3. X:Craig, geaeral Weighing in all M$0 poundsj. I any extra parts, !>il r-mee rooms' roe rent Inquire I I

4.of the'AtleaUc, boas Us; *{railroad, at 1 L r 'I| There Is nothing, complicated about of. Dank of Bay....!!' E'srayne. TJe j Best foods firstfSlass Cooki iQ9. QqaQ 4&e K {
N. C is a visitor In the had out Mr. E. A. Hart. --
Wilmington ? j The Oars :
i the,machine. It, ls clean'and does away Smith's Rertaoranut opposite post., + + |$erviee1r + +
[city, and regWtered at fh Palm. I )&I. CaWwfll and Mr. G. Smith, who s
with the old method of laying out ice; best meals In town. Short orders A r AMERICAN I
::": I--r-I 4t'atl I I landed t red sns vL! JolliM. : jbararnda, S Nassau grouper and S' day or: week. g I : : :
j.F..p.t! $ Compay -I' with the objectionable paste brush j la ._._4-_ . . . .
[ of th P.rQ.;, teatusblp Spanish markenLr '
mailing rooms. We use Tennesseecream In all our .
Royal. and -- -- -- ..
Palm l- -
located at the r
to, : : i There are two of Mr. Andrea's pasting Ice cream and also bare the plain f
hustling business for jthe ,magnificent hue i Seminole entertained Mr. )Mark- wk
machines working In the mailing cream |'oe sale at the Biscayne Drag'oInp,7i
ls Of the Beet bit represents.Mrs. lev and son, of New York. who brought department of the Times-Union and 1U T

) hick I bonefish one of which weighed ,
:,t. and tbeliMill they are giving satisfaction and doing .
and daughter ,; ,
,, Sinclair Hotels
Mitchell'prominent ladle SH pounds the work perfectly. There are severalof and families ran bay genuineTennesse \
end. 'I I cream at Biscayne DragCompany
Bards.,|*lU... have returned from aF ((The Sapphire had aboard for the day UM machines already la use In the 1U I Jt

rttt to'' Nassaa and Havana, '... antpaa's.Mta ; B.;r B. Wells of' Btoomfield. Ky. and mailing departments of papers In dif 1 j I'_ .

tit u.e Royal Palm. t John Harvey, J. D. Sinclair.a K.: Le- ferent parts of tie State and as soon U yon want le* cream 1 that to mod

: POT and ;.lacob "m.... Denver.CoL. as the patents are received' the ma- and pur buy U of the Biacayn Drugomiea1y
: t JA-L5.O.r of chtses will be manufactured In .
r ?
Rev. U' Bcottsrtltey; t who caught 79 klngflsa. quantities They na* Tennessee criesj
t T, and Rer. A! 8. Qutnlaa. of free saAcient to supply all demands : 1Uor .BLJRDINE &(
't :' '
'MId. M.'i. ''fhotwr[' here recently, i Captain Thompsoa had a party out Every paper Ii tile country will want v i .

i ntvrm4 from visit ..Cubs sad lath Barracoada osapossd of henster one of.then machines, and Joe Andrea Miami u.serestory Matte, ,;: '4.t :. j

see i.again at th* Blscayn. .. Camde* and others.'.11'..*. besides say he win. be able to supply them. FraUJIJr 0+.a. Baa;, director. HI'ii

:,.". .:.1.-,;.:.>4'-" making a large catch of kiagfish stems. rwtUb itrNLPu .. QUAR1DIMAN.y:

stow' a.ratad, sill efotk.M landed a --.- porpotoe. ,J. BOOK-KTXra> WANTED. _. 11 .. l' 1..
?111111 cream on sal at .
/1h1'stlodtat' ,splseopl to D. R. Knlgnt. Little River.m ,. v I-.
Apply i r'
.tte ,....:> wm pries a "TMQrtstlaa Other hoW kad.out flartted} w bs... 174E peepsea< brag ea.,..,' its. .1 .' .

....- gad at J f. i+L The gagsd n Mr /.Mall, had nPorW ;iaaad.ase she fife ... ;...
want aaas '
i of Christian LaIJorc. Isrge and ..../...nee..... .. I .lire .kMk ... Dsllr aid Qssab li.swupNb .. Faocx,DrjrGoodsi 'Ne tions.I .BeautlJul aa4 .Artistic '

"" 1f -! ". ., ,....... II, : 01- !I I' >. t ..wen e..... remember'test Sf Neckwear also the largest dealers ia NoreUes
F_,/n.im.ii'' irirt.fi'" .! .4'" "\'r.,AaI" Miami !Obp tflaa'd' Much !' mac.......... grvtw W pwsaIS ,
!II ? tam nte lioe
: Souvenir slid: Goods.
;','P..._.....jvA<< -ttsAtluttkr! Coast Lb rraakliMIColeaU I Ba.' Dtneter..1 rwas. pcy aD ....afbr -. Sporting Complete ..; .

....ara... with h.s4>artws 1 .. XtwTort. t. Twsttt, BtneL iU I I! ; of School Books. Polite and capable service. ,

wk. has hew' at ta. Royal Paim I IMn' II I '. Hotel '! : F .s

'...... 11ft .

IM' north.tjU I I 1,1'COMING !r. 1 Altaaaate dips, On.sa c.. Iii .Snath ,i

,':. ._ ---! I meal
0 chares 0SdIMI \ i I M pot daring March and Burdine & Quartcrman '
to-s -
;- o the PrmbrtMlan I'' A..irlsm ApriLj The Altamoate in i the ,
sat.toss win sOod( Be Mer-I tost i bean t if ally located. ..complete

r u4 iMpth's )Merry. "Sertntm March 151CLAXK'S I lend attractive hotel In In.terlorl -
Night. Spy
31.aes: -TIle Master-f. arion "'d'' Tuesday I Fla. Surrounded by tall Twelfth Street. .

-J.a Asleep." *Sen>leesat, ifl.- f pLi t pineiu heannj orange JETOTCH, ..
I ..
beautiful lakes and lovely homes. ,

fand..... ?:M'P. M. : .. i! f N.&AN, 500 |feet piazxas. :4''. acre i.I ia MIAMI FLA. .
I :
; .
{ t grounds Send fori.illuKtntedbooklet. :
Mr.' and Mrs. B. J. Loser'pit Female Minstrels. I Geo. E. Bate Owner '

r..nt peopiI]d.OraadN... 0. and' Propfietor. (Summer resorts .g ,.. .
"1'. Gntad.MoatVeraoa.XH.Launch
we gvesta ''ft the Btocayne. baring The best VaudevDleandBurlesque 0'I :

from a| Cuba They Sale I ,
: Coast and I .
l old visitors .
1i t4.; ... .. -Oas.cxrw+..,.. "
L i 1 Anxi .
for'Saie-to Iiary.l'acht
Fast;. -, < :
-'t.' ... :J.-r hwa A- Cleans I 31oat' 11. 1 1ZOEA T' '".' ,;; -

"Th. honseboaVSaTaaJUa. which basIs FW.mahdcw..iaisbed'.halfcabiacrwiai. :. i 21. V. ",
A UICI to Laugh! B. J.
port tb. past!tw* weeks with .; lauaek. 35 feet .
il lonjc. tastened. Every 36 f tVaT. 31 w. L. \3 ft beam rXCXfceKflBailey
._ wwnsr. Coouaodor* Wtara.. ad and '.. I I P Fbn'NlAbonidaacel I convenience copper. -toilet. ,14 K p. 30 ia 4ran(tit 6 h. p. Mtann ,
party ce hosed la taktafWfe* ( tQ Win
i Jlaimler motor plash cv.hioasanJ engine Inventory. aACHTStAUNCHES
...pHss ,..*.y nreesiratorr to tIIcf Tickets''on-sal ,Iat Red. Cross cnrtaias, perfect. eoaditloa.Ad4rna. sacrifice for cash. V !, iL & ROWBOATS- .
lc wID-bs ifld ;' -
HC th*, trip rth.w Pharmacy Biscayoe '
m BSsssssssssssVk__* tm4, .t. \ Orerhanlime Tad KepairiBf. MariMBaawmy. .. r
.Matted "this-' afternoon- .. ..sett.-orrew Drug La.llrile are "J.lil .COOK TOllAruciD JQAyh,tt/?
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a INTERJSTATfcSerood: .' )I! SUGAR CANE I I torlcal in the evolution of every suKarproducinc CORVAhTS CHANOCaThi I A HOUSE AUTOMOBILE. -

- fI a PWfRS' ASSOCIATION.AOBukl plant within the limits of 'Grapefruit Trees:

a.t.. -- the ('toltE'
\ I CJunrratlun tmbles :| llnea of thought experience, and Dei New i York between Judge Parker's Coder Construction.Ihe ,

t<-. Jack*I nvelle May 4 to;. ,. i! (dual MoIullli.I friends and Tammany may have the I FORSUMJItiR '
I The rompooition of the OOD..DtlOII.to effect! of Increasing Senator Gorman's!! biggest automobile in the world jv-afe -; PLANTING _

To jpot
and manufacture ot Sugar Caaf, in the ) (r>D61Ft i of delegatw as follows: The leading candidates are Mr. ten, parlor observation section, buffet, I clean buds, 4 to 5 feet, of the most approved varieties,

States of jSouth Carolina :mirgta.Florida fin dvleKates from each county or Clerelaad; Judge Gray, Judge Parker and kltchep furnmhed watt t\rr. u..)01.// on rough lemon stock Write for price list.

;! Ahbema, Miiwiwlppl. UmUlana. iwrinh In each, State named above ap- and Senator Gorman It to not at all ern convenience and ready for thous For fall and winter planting we will have 7i; QQQ

't' T e xi sad|Arkan as. I II probable that Mr. Cleveland! will be I and-mile tours over all sorts of first claM buds on rough I lemon, grapefruit rod tour
f"1|>ointrd by the Governor of the State:
la l7C7.the!i flmsupu-|' cans &I'I.-n''I I, Each agricultural association Is entitled not only because he doesn'twaDtrtbe : Is the latest acquisition of a Cl 1'Oacta.1 .roots, for which we. book omen now. Correspondence I

within kJi e privet I mitt of the United I nomination'but also because.there' millionaire and was solicited.
| five delegate each
to ; comtner1 -
States !liras p aated in the vicinity of 1' Mal
3' New sColt11.on! Halifax! Hirer. 1111 of railroads two to him. While he U strong OObt the owner Wst $ ..OOO to have
departments :
'florid. and jsuKar was mannfactured1m delegates each; and each State agricultural with I the people la all part ol the' his Ideas on the perfection 'of automobile I A.. DI. KLE3IM. PrOP.vlnterha.en.. Fla

I ; country it to certain that he will be construction embodied In this
department, two, delegates.Besides
1m 1906, sttjar tan:'. was Bret planted the delegates who will comprise bitterly opposed by1' Mr. Bryan and huge machine, but full equipped. It
I {
ta Oeartla, aid IB 1X25 seed cane from many of those who were Mr. Bryan's far outclasses ant heretofore attempt
the convention
) 'tali stock Was can-led to Louisiana. extended: to the manufacturers of syrup warmest supporter ia the campaign ed. In length the auto I I. tw atJ-foar J. A. Robbins sc: Co

.i Bad lajth bile of her beat seed cue of 100. He wouldn't accept: the BomlnaUoa and a half feet over alL It will accommodate
i and sugar machinery to be present
'today. unless It cant to him with practical twenty-eight people, twen 's
at the convention ample arrangements $ -
Ia 1'9i.' florin. Cubed made the will be afforded for bringing unanimity. ty-four In the tonneao, and four In the amass: and C1ai'ria oDaposirtorye '

,i 1 frstausar mitautac uw.4 III Loalalana, them in close touch with producers Judge Gray reside la s very small driving compartment forward. Aa engine .;?#
sad EUsee 1e la 17J4 produced Aa State, sad besides, he .. not talkedof ot 308 horse pOwer will drive the

; ,jlt oa a i-aaJ buIa, the eeateala1aJ interchanging of cane and views manufacturers looking to theiaDi.iica for except aa B possibility. H* U look Immense ear at ante of 100 miles aa Quality is remembered long after price ,is,*

; trhic enD was celebrated I. ed upon a* aa available man, but no hour If desired. Cp to the appearance t
of mat. "" to the pres- forgotten. 1
{ will sand I eclat.Ia rt .e4s of the csItHnctry la UtiDoat particular effort to taint made to make of this machine the highest powered '
1W w'Hopetpa'plaats' >t1on. near him the 1IOmi.... automobile was the famous Mercedes a

-. Brunswick.. dai, Janet: Hamilton Coo- of and the for State exhibits composing of machinery.the convention Judge Farter's. chance depend almost racer l which boasted of ninety-horse Qualit Makes the Bargain."l

jer. tie most adYaaced agriculturist wholly upon Mr. BUT ability power.This; .
I "a. a ...eatloa I *> bf>fo.. e.l.to 4LS. Stcwert.We .._, .
of kiaj day. *recteu,| a sugar mill 'fortrtadlac to make him the choice of the New mammoth among automobiles -
,.. -
j I sr<"* : IB the sp rtcHS n e quartersof .
bia | WB sugar! cane, of which '. Tort Democracy. It, the New York .tend* a* high a* >the ordinary streetcar
'h Hoard of T'" lu the city of !
fee wail plant Inc from ;300 to MO acre to the m.: Lools Convention and much :the '
delegation presents same appearance
.......\'ille. on ". i 1, 5. ar.1. a' do not wish to boast but we have the
annualaad eoaYerUac It Into racar should be Instructed loft kirn the but notwithstanding It* appearance
l If 'cck each aa; *. Mi( n It.lljn and artistic 4'
? when Ceorct j urns the rival of Louto- .. movement la his favor' would become the multiplicity of mechanical most line of
I it (ih tovernor of Kvla: t.1 of '
[lees. a so.jar Stats Florida M strong that H I* probable that be devices which I lit will carry the ,
Trvl< and >cr cultu'al Scx1'I.r. -
Darin the! war between the States. would be nominated. There.to serious dynamo electrle heater, complementof
s. ''iMl-te.' Honda! produced large QU ar The railroads traversing the several doubt however twat the New Tork appliances Tor the convenience of .

,title ift sugar. which iras la treat de- States comprising the convention delegation will be jnstmcted for him. passenger and the weight of the tires ouvQIts

Mad M that time, owing to the blockaded It, to true that ..... Bill Mcceeded la by no mean Inconsiderable, this land
have published a rate of one fare, plus : .
condtio i of Southern ports. control of U Democratic State will
getting 5.JOO
e going yacht weigh only
4: I !!5 cents for round trp to the convention. I In town. Souvenir Postals
After the Iftjse of near* a halt a ten and tickets will be on sale several Executive Commit! e at Its meeting pounds so exact and scientific to the 3 for5| cents. .
!f rerlril' Jut bat 1 did ",a of Its construction. It took
tarp a bas taken place IB this days In advance of the assembling Saturday .e BO majority plan twen
'' commercial of only three, which majority beeves leather for FORT DALLAS NEWS CO.
,Bearljn!I forgotten crop as a of the eon-cation at aU railroad ..ticket ty-four to furnish

industry. aai .It la to ts\s advantageof offices In the territory named.A wa* furnished by lUng* county. Mr. upholstering the seat'la the touring Inane 9, ipptiitt: PosUffict F. EXBIGHT ,
tali i'I Interstate the Tamm leader has de- the to be plop
rerlY that the Su- committee v f the Jacksonville Murphy iny body so large wa area cov
vgar (Cane Growers' Association iron posed Senator MeOrrea the leader of ered.
Board of Trade will arrange .fof accommodations t I.
of.. Kings count vDerni aad pat an There three bodies which
!jvrganlaed -. Ga, kfay 1903..for' In hotel and privatebomding cracy are belong KEROSINE

+ placing'' the cane industry again parses at moderate rates. anti-Parker mate 1. hi.*7 place. It to to the machine, the touring body the ENGINES. _

'jupoa a mat lercial basis: not only In for all delegaUa and visitors to the I not certain= of eon M.. that Mr. Mur racing body and the Pullman body-Itto t

tile States 01 Georgia and Florida,but _..atl ll. Further Information'np' phy's action will hi approved by the la the third body which to not yet Sara end Reliable Power ;r

also la Soot} "Carolina. Alabama, llls- on this point can be obtained by addressing Democracy of Kin s county bat If It completed, that most of the fnterest ..1 for All

: alsslppl. sad Arkansas: that possess Mr. C H. Smith Secretary of should the sltuaUoi: ;i In the State convention center PurpOS L. ;.

I soils and climate* equally fitted to Board of. Trade Jacksonville, Fla. might be .*ry different from The ,Interior of the Pullman body I* 'ho Engilleerjlteanlrei: :,
,. what Kr.I I Hill to} expecting. uqe of
la with
enable this mahogany, upholstered
The convention wfl be
promptly convened No' Witer C slmet
jtn1.' th-tparUdp&te Second An- Parker may Dot h* endorsed aa the katheY. With this. egnipmeet- will r ;i'
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at 1' o'clock
on Wednesday. No Dectric
4- .. .. ne. Hay 4, aad It to earnestly desired that choice of the New Tat Democracy.In be possible! to carry on long tours, a Battery... No ((1dK

q May' M. I**, to farther'advaaee': this each delegate time bis departure from which event hi* chances for the party |of ten people and while on a r

_4. home to the presidential nomlni tlon would practically I tour this section will be their home. '!- The best power on the marl
j so as be pr: -ant at openIng -
{ The first oonventlon! /-. Ga, of the convention.Visitors disappear. I Nor will there be any necessity of the y + for all purposes. Call at b_

was a largeand[ eatJta8IUuG meeting from all part of the Unit Senator Gorman tas said very little ; guests} sleeping In blankets boxed laon : office and examine one in opera,r

.. 1 of {leaI'IHIIIt {M.... The addresses ed States .are most cordially Invited thus far to teepee to.' hto. candidacy. the:!seats or cramped up ia the bottom tion. All sizes, fiom one tojsuty
amade aad read before What bl* doIa to get It.no'one of f th. tonaean. Not alone agar '
papers the
eonTeation to be present, sad are. assured a most % horse Prices application. :
.:Dept those who In-hi* coafldence the ala of the Interior to reliance power. on .
if.-,,, wer* of Urn most Instructive hearty,welcome at an. :session of the ale front ,
know It' :wouldn't be surprising. placedj for ability to famish sleeping MIAMI ;
I sad lateresOBK. character. .Bad .madelithe" convention. I r PRINTING CO., Amenta. _
BosVpoitewtial however.;lilt should Urn' out when ,room the member of the' party ;
a assemblage one of the ; -; D. O. Pvee. Pre. for. : t. Miami, .FloridaClubbing t.J .
_- aad koUble agricultural gatherings Savannah.. Ga.Emlie the Urn come tort showlig of haads bet there aW bertha, regular'sleeping
I that he and his friend bYe not been bertha J
that )bas ever assembled la the Ron. > ear separated from each 'other ....
'JkletL. Titus Is no reason why i I the Vlee-Pres, New Orleans, LaG Idle. I I by curtains and divided off from the t _

Becond I shall j dot 0. Abercromble. Ala; John Dy There to no don: 4 he has a* many middle aisle la for same manner In AM

'take as &IUIaSYftUoD:' possible mood. La.; R. K. Rose, Fla.: H. H. friend 1m the either_ Mr.aerelaad regulation Pullman style., There will '

for, *M the face of Oventreet, K.....: Thos. J. James. or E. ,- and U 1 be no, more Inconvenience attending
';. the chanced ond lions confronting Ga.; John "Lawton S. C- Second j :may turn out 1 to workIng sleeping lu the automobile than must

Southern! acrlcoltsie la the pIm oJp. VIce-Presldent { : In .hi. a ; tasted ot that of j If. be endured by tile pus as r on a

.eaal,adrance' la the' price at eottoaJ' I J. B. English.Treasurer.. Mayor MoCIellan jew Mr., Cleveland. I I Pullman sleeper. Rates.

1 that may cause Sou hern agrieultof ** f. Indeed Senator j b well ', Every tomfar"t and convenience that '

,x .toreturn( tf thei, Ingle crop fallaojthat'la Eugene Anderson thought of by Democrat. la-an 'part*{Ingenuity and nodrrn science[ ran de ,

{I' the past ha brought( such onJtoljl Secretary lot the country, .Ir'tllere .to n pretty [: rise for the enjoyment of traveler 'I\ ,
settled belief ihat would make I I .
dhateVr life hs hHn provided for A sTn-horse
E. C. ,
., :, |I Aaderaon
be1 as strong a candldau u any other man power dynamo driven by an auxiliary
eonnecdi jt will'arlyj! I Ketcfiam
;In. this it | George tOf '
who conch be cram< d.Trom .tenrtne.! IIUpt"ll....; caveat for beating The people: Dade County will want all the news
Assistant SecreUriea.Q. ,
aimed to show that 8ugar| Cane rrPwib {| "if)
( and its mat' uf 'etore JrfeMs a1 W. Black Ala.; L. ][. Sonlat., La.; the way In which the political ''and llghtluK. and manipulate the this yeir: as it is to be an [interesting one because .

,_. handsome proflU [i s < otton- erenj; at A. L. Wllfon, Fla.; B. MrLeaithan.Mi's. 1 situation In the De noeratie ranks now :leering gear ul"well as the Incandes- the elections, j j

prasealiLh; lea\ of prtce for (hat' .; G. R. Yarman4. Ga.f W. S. i presents tacit It sroaldaV be lit an I scent lightv Elertrirtty h.*'bee. ap- r .

staple and; there ; t tat thoce Interested'in tJlwcomb 8. C... Ezecutlv Com. I II j I strange If Senator, Gorman should be : piled In so man Ingenious way, thatTi 4

the tndii trj sholld' oriole ]I the choice of the Democratic party for .i I the difficulty' of jiandllng so ponderous I! I National State and Count ,

Met ;'and dlMuaaj he ttr anjongthenuelYe THE BEST COPGi STRCP.Judge. President Aa stated much depend ,, a marhlce has \keen largel/ obviated, I

r ,, aDd wit i hose<< who would t 'I! upon the outcome of the/ec;>>Dtnt be- ''' ..4 a bahy's strength; {suSctcnt, to ij j ----
i S. L. Apple ex-Probati Ottawa tweenthe; Democratic faction lay New : handle the ..
be our auxniarie: In reee'tabllcilng ) i j storting api ratos, M delicately i
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county, Kansas, wrl !ea: "Thto to York. If Tammany fife* there will be j ajjufetrd is IL ; I.The' !
the! sitar cane tad stir a. aa important I II : J: MetropolisHas
: money i caise of the large I to say that I hare used Bntlard1 Hore- i has Immediate and a .,err great Im-, The klfben; romrutinFnt Is only toga i ,
r? anus crop oil I bound Syrup for year. ta4 that I do provement In the prospect of Senator be need temporarily for stteh purpones''1. }
adapted to-th et IU.atJoa sag whereby
|not hesitate to recommi ad It a* the Gorman. as usually fall to the lot of the cui f perfected; arrangements can offer,
.+ : gar cane' more prtntably taaf> inythiog beat cough yrup I.a i ever used.1llSc j I j sine. It m.'be easily 'transformed such attractive; rates ,for various newspapersthat

else aa. th< f.mven.o(In! the'track"ot .al j I COc. sad- ft Sold |>y Red CrosePhirmacy. WORKING; OVERTIME. Into a buffet The dining room lie f th rc should be no excuse for people re ,
tile mail '
tore*, ,are elearlti the Umber na from) I 4w I those,Eight tireless.hour- law little are::rock Ignored...a-+Dr.by duet aft of the kitchen ..buffet. Collapsible maining in ignorance as to the happenings of'

tie. and opening them apj for table, which posses tile most the year, .
area :King's New Life POJL" KlIUoIIi[are I
mystifying ability to be, folded andstowed .
agrtcultaral PWT' ea. j\''j, 4' I one.of the transgressor I* hard always at work night and day, curing
awar 'Iuto apparently no .pace
# JThe aggregate *j .u.at: present.wast Xobably also thinks thi young-ntaa Indigestion Biliousness.' UJI&- at --all spring up tro..' somewhere i
area I* so'greet that a proper D.'SSek Headache, and afl Stomach.Uver RATES.The
at RoeUedge art 8atsr *vmorning. when the right combination lever are .
tlllsatioe of theiB 'prcsenta a Very and Bowel trouble Easy: pleasant -
: For several ilay* yong worked and from capacious cupboards ..
t Important problemfor!; eolation, byeconomists safe, sure. Only 23 etste.:, At all teats i I ..:
secreted beneath the dishes
: teas of good appeanaeef sad eartfaBy .. ... sad
and | tateemea. In their !' Y
% ii driveaaorea. other paraphernalia ndispensable to Daily Metropolis
ftatae, eouatiea and ctttee. sea becaas i raved ha* occnped a suite of loess \0
1 wiU.SrhtKbrra'.ad Year
I dining are produced at -
e, Jti.. ,.teat:.o the general aid health 'Mr. ;: assistant: pu- i
praBberity oft I nsslng to be engaged. tie real estate ''perutraden will JM.1D a tour through the West In Times-Union. $10.00( '
of the registry iystem of Daily
|> ; embracedtn In- ],
tlfe't pus I sad about mouth. 1LL7t1RIOt'S _
i' ., i J I cnn .01 4 unendingn; .evI the Third Postmaater gsBeral's;_office a

: la eoBaectoaJ with i thefll.riTini, oft, I wny freely. The rrtty fall rule "ofsu'lonery to ts"the=tai few iba. pujTjo'<>C perfecting + Semi W eekl y Times.Union 15.50.

f printed>> .t the New oreexr 'lh" .registry, ;ST t B: Iq 'thispoetofflce. YACHT LOCISK
the ladastr !'U Is
race equally Impor-!
I In eonnrsattoti with 4 R > Weekly Metropolis with Times-"
i t 1 taat jthat we"e6ofef over Method for'economical ( hl| name I. E. B. Lognn .ash : Semi-Weekly
ord rtpruKntattve this' morning I Ihe Take The Most Beautiful Trip In the .
r' l manufacture! find the not I r s: (.oilnes* 'real ii ate abstracts: of said 'la future letter carrlere here World. (' Union t |:z,00

lest Important! inatter of,ready and reliable 1 : <" sad mosey loaned on luptivedftnf would bar..tAme', authority :for I With Atlanta Journal twice a week 12.25'With .
markeui' for that of the fi
part [ -. At\h* bank he did bu5 n*" t s tor f
t.aeLtactan'that'j shall Walt IB the f fJ yr taking and receipting, registered A ramble through the enchanted nor Weekly Palm Beach News 12.00f

production of table syrup, wbk4 onaooomntj J r+ Ward and wh n Sheriff Prj/tit mall a* at' the po.tofllni. and people Ida Archlpellgo: .s -

of climatic conditions, will be f>f Oareola county came lot him ta will have the service.at.their doom If Through tranquil water of every "j i -

i the form la which pract ally all oftae.'prcjdnrt h:: la. he bad a warrant for S li. they do not taro to go to tile postofflce. bas I"I Old subscribers must pay all back dues before they:

win ''be markHed la tile t
: 'WMthern half of the belts of the of historical Cape Florida ,
cane in advance must all orders for
I a r; kb eld him for thorlly an%r toK.a'o tearing at I accompany
l cane-prodaclng /iStatea, INVALU ABLE FOR BHECMATISM. a.m.
these combinations.
log |tln. aid, of 1crr.bal J. J., Hodges, ; l Stopping at Soldier Key Flshtag. Club 1 i
'Hon. Jams Wilson. SerrKary of Ag- I
.i I have been eafIerttu for the past at low 1 *
fcViiff Prevatt peo.ee! toltorklcjgea a-m. :
ealUre.Dr.., "iw : Chief ot .
x. Wiley few with a.'aerer attack of, Three boor of ADDRESS
.. year I engling on the :
Banes .of Chemistry, State a [ bis man -nHI left with fcln foiKUslminer '
jTaltrd rheumatism and foua4
l that Batlard' world' greatest Caning ground.
I f Deyariment'of j Atrlcnlttlr e.'aad! other where' ttj; I* reported be I* ;
I Snow Liniment wa the; only thing Back through the cnbmartae garden .
prominent *pekers !jwlll' address the wanted for forgery !TIle sheriff found I that P.'m. satisfaction, and tended newing their fascinaUcg flower-Ilk ; Miami

eroareatios.r. j Jfl I.l if considerable diamond jewelry' la the I Imu' to alleviate my pain*:March Hth. 1)02. I growth .I Metropolis.

The aim ot e eo ...ltt..1&--.Ied-. JlfJll:u.l_ which he may be Job*' &' DegBan 1r1.._';... TIL J3&. j A'laYaoae fish dinner on Soldier Key. 1 .

,lac speaker aad I siylits I for the oef cnle4 I upon. ,to account tor.- As usual.Ibtrf I H>e, and $L.: Sold by_Red Croes Phar- Home .thr'aulh' the sunset, arriving a t

';, a ....., has been to make'K edneatienalJ wa a waaan la the .......-Cocoa p I Dme7. it Jhe Royal Palm at EttBJB..

A every' branctl of the sabs.ot tts.Itl.-. .%d. Roekledg* NeW |<.., r See XeD1uL'
,\.,. t'' w i; wn. Ir. y K ". ilL t t '1.t

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NOTICK.- lectlosj sha3 b* qnaUfied are- Thomas SPORT> WITH maim ire \ r*
Coast "
East ,
Ry. Costlxan. president; Edward: Bark (r

To ,All Whom It Mar Concern: first Tlce-presldent; John F. Olive, taaar ....... That w... }--..
AL TIMECARD No.53. In Effect Feb. i second Tlce-presldent; S. L. Patterson t. rtars..1 G.lf. ... C.4.ta' : Mark : j {
16,1904., Notice i
hereby siren .tbat the uuI V .... ......
I secretary and treasurer: and ThonusCoslifaa
alarr/tWva/-uA/. KO.THB Edward Durk!. John F. Olive It hi a gorgeous story ;that come "WADDE L'S -

N /s u | i..1te a.tt 1 N. z. N..as Na.TI *..7S I. relencs.$ William S. Jennings GOTernlnr -, I W. W. Enrltt and S I. PattenjnshlU from the golf links of > Cairo and f i
KailI I Ua.y. I+.ily. b..ty.; llmilj. I Da j. b.lty. aUy. of the Strte of Florida for Let every good golfer will bemfler carry Guarantee
: o.GDllt.the: brJoll1 of dl..tn.s IS a c
trf r Yn' r+ lY a b 4 a I U |> .... '! tpr* Patent on the proposed charter 'a IUD la hi* big of clubs| If he wl4l11- $ .
10ta.1 a. J'1w .. '. L. s.ta Tt r The organization aul first aou, -- -' rs to overlook ao floe points, says the '
1 3IJr it isa I w K t at. .m = 'lIMa ... I HK.IH!.. Lj. I S4na 0 al ... meeting 'f tie Stockholm "< shall heheld lllusrratrd Sporting News; Aftr. I t
.... 11 ice i311 a.t.. e. ra.e v f iHfl I tt aI { 151 IMP I Thl'a :!4th day of February. A. D. 1904 on the first Monday In April A 1 >eDdld drive a Cairo player watched i

r. ....' 34 A :Sf, 1343D +,sAt..t'. .'1 ( 4:01 i EDWARD BURKE D. i904. ia the city of Miami. Flori.li. Its bail roll over the distant turf when You are t* itfej or
1 ) I u Rasa t u, Lr..raE Y I Lrl..1 twat_ 1 :1 tw i JOHN F. OLIVE to hU horriiwooped ed amazement, a crow S He It tot I! i '
-- I ('lie principal :place of business 01
Till 711p ... 4>( 8nM.tI.j.' i... .1 er+t alKaa ..... j THOMAS COSTIGAN. do n and carried it aloft Th
.- in* taHP Ir SanM.ieoAr) c.i| T cs. | Tljfll47al TU |. ....... \V.V.. ERWIN. laid company. at the office of Graham colftr; acdI ihr caddie put off in chsfrurslng S He putt you oo tcp i

..... {Lfr.. heirs L.' 4 11 .. -.. S. L. i I Patteraott A Erwin; aad thereafter I the .. :. .::: .. PATTERSOX. ( S
auene.l. 4:11 Then,
on tb1. first Momlay In February to th delight of the rolfcr. tt $ bottom
.. .--- 010.1 1 p .KupoDL ....1 t h '..... 1 I _,
-.- nnpf Hp I ..th'i .wl .. OlaSl isa4Ma 3t. 4 3T. ..... of each and every rrar. crow drop< d the bail on the green; an $
..., Uttpj'ii'ifi $ U tip! sew .f..D. tow. .. a < Uf ....... I CHARTE31.i i 0 h.. holed 01 t in two strokes which put $ Cm to rr oar \ **** it fOU 4V t
t a..... *.. ... ill ? ....... The offlcers and board of d reotors' # aft to buy ncnt .t ,
341 SUp liisli'cj'p .[ .wptn7t a ia,. 4 >oa Iosf IMPtup ..... The undersigned persons Thomas Ccl. Bogey >ut of commivton. The opttbrtatrn His property I J
... i ot said corporation' shall be at office is jour netrJtttgcf J
<> IfU. KJ I eloctfil (.
Tii"41I iTlT 1 |i ? .....T1 ps J Ue... i f is a i 2e s KIP r ......- CoKtlcan. Edward Burke John F. Olive annual sio. ponrnt wai d with apnplnA. ] c/ toil comet,. IJJMt4 \
.... ... 1 to j the first meeting of the 'kbalden la the haw of the Indian fontb 1 .
'..'. ... .. .:...... ....... W. Erwin and S. U Patterson. : d
1167p. .
It kIMr- and at each annual J ijeotlm, '' trick of sticking the ball ender M* >?ijsey. ij- set
I 4t ..Em Oallf.., ..... nidk) p ..... ,.. associate themselves ; ,
.t !! i 10 Hlar. it ire rne..i tfaijj.1 ... \ \ p ...., I'I'W together > of the stockholders thereafter jar'' If In there wts every kind of a rule l lI Ib t. A. WADDELI.RaaJ '

/ -.. .A* ba tlaa.. i 11 asaj.l ........ .... the purpose "berominf InmrporI the book except one to cover the unexpected p'
... .R' l. ;e ..| 4l14laU aiy year no regular annual tncctln* :
reipjIS 1tip 141p..r W.rre., ItaJa | 3rH ::... sled under the laws of th* State of ; and the golfer's record-ably a41 J, Estate tQforsMtlM Bares* a ..
4'p ...... .,/lbhala...-.. ..... IS a! ..... I I I( for any cause be held they shall t | fisted by his crowshlp had to ...811'I -. ,; A".Mf.OfHce .
Florida. I F'usI'tL
.. .. E I, P ...... ..... ease .... I ......: 1. Dial....... ... The following I Ie the charter ejected at the next meeting ot| stockholders I Miny years ago la England before ruts Bjik. JliiiL FU.Jreader J
.w- II .. .ktu.r .. .. IOP- SMaf proposed thereafter called! was made to tit a similar : fa
for emergtccy
that I "J:
-... ..-4 .. 4S 11 p .-.-. ..ter..Rafee t Jupiter.Palai R.tara... 40 t1 Hsta c -.... is 1+s ... .. .... for tba intended corporation: I purpose cricket It to related that a batsman .4r. I """K.'.Naa

is a ball Into a UH treewberelt 4
>< ? 0 ee Km. *.. p IflMpfio'p S lia UBtaSUa ArUel Six. The highest amount o'i iII
M --. .. tlOp p ... a ynt.a.... ... TISaTV .. ; !7 shall be the Dad County f- Indebtedness I lodced In the crotch of a'1mb. There ,j; TWO IS B TTEa: THAN 05aV
I. -.... dtp ...., .tirlray .| .- ala ..... m | f which this company may I I :e DO climbing the tree and the afart ,
Title Insurance and
M ...w. 3 u P in IAfr'MaI .. ...-.. Trout Company, at any Urn subject itself Is oa -half!I -t ax was a half mile awn. H'!orr It ,icaold i; Here's a pointer f:;;the MaTBoroLa
I I! .. r 3 4f p .: .. .. H.ll.nda. 44 a s>a' with principal offices Dad *
at Miami
p ..' ... ...Laama Cit 3I .. I tee. ....... !IiI.l o'f the amount of Its then fully paid! be obtained and tb. iJ'f'f' choppedlown. .I \ ou want to save money
a. I tSalUN*) 41 Ae .Miamt 1 13 sl al ties ? I County Florida. In capital stock. i the oust with the bat msdt more I I sod we know lOW tq be rp yon W. ,
; |,
; Article Two. The general sat ore of <' I, t e.n,700 runs hurtling between the. C.H Bx it so y (i pay a little nor taaa -
Ttalaa d.t./stop as .t.uoas wb.h. 14 lot .1. wa. ,
ttjm. Seven
Article and .
I names reab the of
1"'e puce our and the
the bnclness to be transacted shall rickets like a human hnttlcock. Hetopped paper jet twe
'-Ieal'el of the I Injcorporatora of this: t, ( scoring/ runs then only becauset << ,,you want. The price of th* DeJlTimesUnion /
.,' Cottdexwed SebAdnle Between Jacksonfine and St Anguitiae.> the Insuring the owners of real estate. i and Ciliten ha
I : Company, and th. amount of c*plUl': ran himself out of strength sad .1 been rroeatly
Ka Il ika.l7>' %d others Interested'' rnlvcnt to the
JMKKMY1U.* fwts [Ba. N..27t'Jt..xst f. 4x i. 'i. !!}f..e14! mortsvwa. i stork subscribed for by each breath and fell on tile turf still feebly foUowln.price*
t '
: Thomas{CDstlgan New York ] rfixmoatb*. . _. ....... ... tee
..JaekaoeTlIle....,.. MS.U atHSS WraJlJHfJ t 20 p| iiOpj 3 0PI a 03 H a r{p'' a 3S p or otherwise bgalnst loss by I j! pity on* hundred and four (104)) 1! )' eye cocked or the tre* and all the I IOn I year.-............ M -
AagsaUa* a Ulsljuitaj 310 ] SMp| 400 p1| flip] 2{ptOUaa., reason of liens Incanl iranres or d e- opposing side frtnucaIlytrying to chop ,! 'Vpropooo.e
to send
}Chares; Edward Burke New York City JOB bulb the
i ilm" at
$T. aiMUSTmt ts.ttf'a*.t f'as. Nit, ft"i7Ki 3Ott$ .T4 f fectlre titles: the loans ig and inrest- !t 1 : Dailjr and unJsy Ttnea-Cnioa ask
lAC2011r1t.1[ + li/1 IMI> D LJ] 1$ \ arise. waiTu-' | 11 Wy LWyK ( faR of motley" sec ritles, Its ; hundred and three (103) shares: I j Citilen and tlie 11 amorous for:

... Tt4 fll I upon upon f John F. Qhv0. New York City ODe EAT WHILE THEY >YOVS.re.ssari.y I i Mix I .1011&111. .. . .. .... f' *.
isaal W .I lII
Aniasn. T M 40 .1210 t9p| ** own account, and as aucent or trustee '
: --- : ,; ,
1 ----
.J.etaoavill..... ita| S a] $41sltte| >jU40f| $ II aiGpj JiM 7iep74.k *s I hundred aed three (103) shares; !,i i0neyear. .' \ >M
., .. send
L for other persons; the acquiring, boldIng ,;w. Erwtn. If laml. Flk, w'l Pa ra a Dads.Fir. We, will TOU tbe' :tiemi-Weeky

k '?ono Pullman Trains wing, leasing Improving and dls-.t' 7W. Of kr Ok- I ITitni'wL'nion' and. Cltiara and the
IAN Through shaJie '
!i jn) and S. Lf Patterson, ) -..,.. Ck L Mrraorous :

kit W'--11.IASTEI.. '....TIAISt. .. .tlaa *t-Maathars" Palm 1....,'"* I th..I.-eo<-M<.-0.... 1'._ Umia.a I the accepting+ and executing. of frusta I Tie chef on on* of the Pennsylvaniadlnlns .U'.j e ane 1Oni -
>.4f... 44-.'..ai>aj d Floeida Limited I 4N. t7an* ..-The Iwtrtii}. .Llml .-. :;(115) shared year..I, .. ............I I M ,
pursuant to orders judgment and cars was particularly talkatlv {
Er"Tfcaaa Iraiaa an ampaavd.,,!"'wIT.r Pnllmai Cars at d etraa.far.*wlU ba ehaita*. THOMAS coSTIGAN. (Seal the other is.,. The train ws* waiting Thus fur U _t. more than (h*
T-: tDaaaaafeaaaparatad.aW.. talu.a.l.t.'b..attaer sea}taautlaua.d.SAN1'OBD decree of courts, of record and by EDWARD BCHKE. (Seal) for its Philadelphia passeartrs. prioe of the dally )ou gift two paper*
rlrtne of dense and bequests; acting I says sod tor fifty rents more than tn "
HALXCU. ORASOlCITT, BHLNC8.Ti JOHN f. OU iTE (Seal) he PLlli>dephla! Evenlag Telerraph.rd liar price of the II ref
moroLis, *) get .
as agent .ttorn" '-ID-fact. uet'Utor.admlDl .
W. W..,,ERWI| (Seal) every table la the diner was fxrnfled. the grmf-Weekly( Time-Un a4

/TaTIOIL D.t L Dal ( Dell $r.Tlea. tYJ1 f..tlyII trator. trutee.'goee., assignee & L. PAOTE flSON. (Seal) The second c*'lot Billltforf t>iu>- Citizen and the Farmer and frail a<

for the benefit of creditors 'Bgers, were standing aroucd the alalrsJvMMng Grower.Hrod .
se .. ao'raa..Ari 10, ,1 jreecirer -
v..r.Ti wIU..Ir U 4 :1p 13. "
M.1Lt O.t..t..a ll.- Cop 1II.Lv.t.k.H.t.. / 10 ; Hp or gusrdlan,,; and owningnt1 : I." for vacant plsces. There was your >eriptioas to ... Cult
M Lc..1.t o 11 N. i 151 II a .'Lv O aar, City Ard/// 00 1 H p STATE OF FLORIDA, fo little amount of dls(entioa tororg i In advance always, at these price.
A Ar..w... s r1.----1. 1.sae. :0; 110. Ar. the C/ty J..Lt U 33 I U PiI operating abstract cooks covering ....d il'' '-. Tn Ygraoroue-
COCNTT OF DADE: r wbos" appetites had not yet l-r nHpiwised.
1! titles la Dade County Florida .inlj I !Mlsmi Fhr
M.I7 /..4N... 31! On this day personally appeared before iiren seemed to r-r e"t-
"j t the making and selling of abstract or 1 lnc-ln: a wont leisurely ftshloa. with no
; H C8. pally. MdM. I me Thomas Costigan, Edward
ti searches of title therefrom. apparent concern for those wbo were -

4 IS i ,.. ... ... .m. ... .....4............... s rt a W* :Article Three. The amount of the I Burke Job:, F. Olive W. W. Erwin. !lest f rt'iuste.
M p r ..y ........ J.Jw saw... ... _.. H SMa II pM r: and 8. L. Patterson to me well knownas T.'J always the w'- said the do rkrotnplfxionod
a 4 ...... ... ...-tab ... .._.. IT) t w. p capital stork shall! be Fifty thousand;
M a p ..+. .. $s.t........ ........ M 14a p < the person described In and who cook gtnvrlag throe ;II Cooley & Hors r
M 41 ......... }... ....:.,...1. ......... ......"..... lij Tss O stPENiN$11t.AR dollars ($50,000.00). divided Into Ave!'}I subscribed their name to the foregoing the cs r. "Wben the tnb.1s rout! 'g

hundred chares of the par value of i! articles dots !thOlO' people ,rill evt about t.. -as
Ore .hundred dollar (UOO.onI| ea hjj I bc t as tlPI' Co o'i"fli }tTy. B.it wj a'a i Ht Real Estate ai Rectal Artits
; 1_ i 4- ; far article of
| i Incorporation of the t
'at pption' eon)"_ to a stf; '$tj start :n 's k,
nest eMuecTNM nut *jr HUH WIN tramvur w tut r. a *. s. I. COMPANY ro* which shall be payable the j Dade County Title Insurance '.
and hMl..cinch| ( 'It!-.. It'! tl 1:1"1 f
: D
g HAVANA, KEY WEST AND NASSAU. of the corporation ih cash or pt >>Ttyjj Trust Company; and did severally ark r -hJ mt.-!r- traIT that tow! It. N w. List guar> Proferty-U'iti'' 71e>s.

real. or personal,,."at a jnst'Tajvattoiv nowtedg that they executed the same rn 4sS t w'!'cb th m.. aad see If I'm i ol .. d

Taasa Tlma Ta lea abaw taa xe..4i tt whiaa Iralna m.T aa etneatadtn' ..,/*.aadlrp.A4 to be fixed by the hoard of Directors'; for tile and therein -: ht u ,A .... 'piece .f bay front.property '
tM m..rl." tto.., wtU sir .er..b/ et 'this alt _
of company a meeiincfcalWfor ; J>"! r1)01l! the train palled ont. srdlhs with riparian rights, wilbln few
des a
> Qamp..S bd4 1 t/I./ tea say 4laUj ae .aJ o..gat..rl.ttti pressed.UT'WITNESS. .
that purpo.e. [ "I I j jArti t.-- 't1r'" w"tr' !SrtBty' n- 'ffliaotis wilk of tile bu.jae** *atrol t

Foer.TbIs: i j WHEREOF.. it have I'P..e k.L Miami, beisg- ?. O Viet Mt bay aa4 '7

>refCoss.ltl_ : L04. iTIM]< CASD ; Iarr.tatlitr. jJ > l. ; shall. hereunto. iet'ny hand and cdldal seal. G+tt""grr.' P!ew.jV4.e\ iff. f kabtg 'ton feet deep, basing a lot .* .**

coctinne.and hare full corporate'exerj r, this t.C; "i". .t.lllilldrl,.. $!: bearing tree oa It. This L, a fia*,
.r 13I TUE TICCTT'AOSNT, r J9ta:da? c| L :'y. A. terr e place '
fran4chlses for a winter borne.323TicHtlSlrrctSiaffBI.
else and It .
operate O.:J904." b.akt If Us Uf. depended B] on R
fy. D, BAaZTCK, AMt Oaa. Poi% Ag nt., 8Ti AT/QUSTIJ*, TLAi.fIdMpMBt prlTllegee. powers'and ''nmunUti the next rT"-'Ffst.
(See). 1. W. HOKVER.Ia '
a for the term of nlnety.-nln: O9J ,1 i 't tc't -01 soT-eallsd out h* ; ct /I

r .. T Seats from and after I the conoenref', I 'Notary ,pubT! and for grinning,. '.f:': i pbfot. MIAMI. FLA. .. ;,,
SE ART O-AR 15l din, the State of Florida at Large '
_t of. its corporate exlstenrc I J I r..te--twrti ftsl+'r.rlw.t, f I I I .
; ;I tf.V..... r.
Prt f. the EL: !Itch :r4lo- r
Article Five The. business
: Ibis :1 CURED CONSUMPTION. rst tro-i ..4vor circles! )
j : company cbali be conduct?j1' by'' 1\\Dite\ J Batter .
: Eagld Shor
J Air'L in 3[ Rail way surrey of :':rr lard. which shall Co: 02 es. >
board of fire S) directors; a ( ..j'
( Itl'f'litl"en
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Charwater. Kan., moth tc mike I town the snburra.ts!.

J FOB. Brat Tlce-presldent; second) tc'e'PN( writes: "My husband lay sick for three world there* eii.'lot an"i "* hll' Four ttairs. :\0 Wliutrt.

''' dent secretary and trpaiJurer, and ALt ;:months.:one Bocton' said he had quick done to maX ktowr. teat which! lies r : Best; S rrice in the Citf.Proprietor.

vant3 dulumbia, damJcn, Southern' Pines, other such ofse.r aageiit'or employe ',q>nmaptlon.t W procured a bottle of tilt nsar surface This deaand. grew A. COLB .\I ,
out of the ev r-i>rtirrlBf;: 'lI nt *
RichmanJ, \Vashiniton, Baltimore>> a* may from U"r' to time be ap|>o
nR.l1eigt. ,1>hi.a. elphi New York. elect@CI. The ofllces of,j secretary ..rjl .cured hlnv-.That: was (IS: year as>. cojJ-ntlds. Prof. Waits says that

treasurer, la the' discretion! OIl tJor',and sine then we ban always kept then Is still SB ana of toll.ftl"
I re91Eje ant Trains Daily. board of directors, may be Ailed bar |II i ion i bottle In tie house. W* cannot d/ fields left posslblr-st least .* large aid

Seaboard: Naw York Livlitea" and the same person! ;t'b. name without It-JFor, eoaghs and colds It'' productive as thos already fiplcrtf: !
but to develop them work wI bare Ir.be Rates.-
eaboarflExPre3s: :; Saaboard Mill: of tile offlcer and.directors who Grit 1 ha* no elfUa;" *3i. 11\0. and< $L Sod: don at a depth of thousa& Instead

.Ji to conduct the business of the eorpof- 1 by Red Crots Fnannaey.t of hundreds of feet 'I'b.II"t''ep' most

'i: Modern' Pullman Equipment. sibs untIl those elected at the 1'14 t lit svstsmatle and detailed exploration I You can save money ley sub- .

of theM Invisible. fleWs underta* (nUan .
strihiner fVioi ..... .
Baa av1 't'+* Ua vl a. a al!fVjli t trait.tail _e eal"hl.er. of Palbaion --- of sdentlfle -----n- -fr-.r ..._ ,I V >.
(......''llul'f.t taw .- ,4->. .t-I'4! >..o..... a,,1 .aw aa-rttM ..' 4 -A ** principle
AW'lCI.. .. 'e..I1..y.W....I. .. artn OIl, '.I"'H" ". .; want =
WALTER K CBAHAM JAMES M.i : you through ,
KjUJackaiM'mal. 4pat.drily,4..laa.... LIIi."d...a._..UIIr_.... rWrtda4t..0..d .. l---- PATTERSONt '
i dial l lcPrsid at .
|6nly line;' ; ppratirt daily! through sleepers frun; j! I II Bush I i G Safford I The !

; ; Jacksonville (tfoiXew! : Orleans. !; I Qoupty //Ibstraet Co.tOCORPORATEDI I .
; 11t: Twttftk Sows ;
I Metropolis. .

fot fulf iniormation siyt lccpc} recnation call Hn any agent) of thot ( I ...:- I' J: -- + --

: SoabuarU.fr write We can give theDailyTimesUnionand
1 SEWELL DU1LDISG : : "I MIAMI. FLA. High CradePiano's

.JL: 0. McDONHE L, 'tct. gtn.i'f' etas m Jacksonville, fit: i -.' I ,. I

Daily Metropolis for.f
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ass c. BGJYLSTON. jr.. Pass. Allt. ttnMMt. Aft.I... mmt -plMa AMttacta, '.t...*..*.*t*, Tttw amnrtty t*I fay U' .< ..'\ a both L.io.oo .
: .....'T. Haav. -_ Ab.SattP.b.4al1tb. Iva4 ._.lIfOMl.I CaalT year, or

. -- L ... .j _. .J -I I AND ORGANS. : for six months fosj !

Noriii-V '
East I

+' J M Donald .y.ySAx'I'1AR .oo.

tlantid Coast Lin6. 1' 1 p !t Simplex Piano Player.Cash *

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South ni -- ---- Wtrt.i PLVMIHXPLUilBE s and 43'x i i'I i ii or easy payment Old ia- W

i trumcots taken in exchange.
I" Sdjj. 4tii Cfc I Ial1? Jlannarr 13th. 1')1.. 1 s' Taning'-and rt'J'lIl..tbnCall Daily 1 Metropolis

,.' .j and inject onr fin< ..t.>fk "fARE ,
., .-?- '{ta aa'fi t' ri ail'i i>( "">v p H+ >f"'tt tie V+ *- L
,iAxnc./OTt TOx. w. [ B. n. sttkrot. sr.j. QU!). SUPPLIED new :,01 od. i ana '
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o ct ea. A/tv_ 'Jr-.rAc.t\ T'3f f *#* '
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tt ._ FI .-4 ....- a r1.. Semi'WeeklyTimcS'Lmon
R. i cf 7tl: a[ afsfe t.sr.1 YOU! GOING i

frwt..* .e>f' t'li' /t4 t Ju..:.. 1+40., 4's'e4i4ret34454t ; Allk !od. of rt ecs w .. I Iia1 '
North or West ?
I Iiof-.s ''I .t VI .

'i F F Ida Pia} t. U Tae tcOnf:11' 1 +b Srst: ,- ttlf L P>t -- '> ? i THE. I Isvillft $550 a year
,: 0 111e :
casL /
: 1 !!/'%; ft H-Klwillk \Yr 'kly :Metropolis and SemiWeekly ,

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:/ w 1.R,_;i.. ,... b I.. twits&fy .n.-t...... laaayrC 1 i McNeill &J Co.iYer.Y' 'Railroad S2.OO.
.4 Tk.fidt R.......o aa4 M.. -. .1t1iU"" api.,. wtt.lt. _....'....... Oftrr nexcellil .. one year.
Nee :iJ .." f. .,........-t aed -. .u at! b. : < pae.vag.rfair.
4. ...= "alb -"Ir.._. a ca iiw. H>.* UHWO, caste. i.. Mlaaa4 jNKp. Modern traioi carrying pullms .
.. ... ..., Mr+..101 ,.. y..r: kwm, r""'.r.t.4.....r.0LD0 .,,. .
" 11' 01/-11'-/ ter.. ... ........." tbu ..bt........ wdtb a b..ta'4. Stable .|-pers, up-Io-dak ewehesIfreerv-; : The Pompano Inn
wb.ee.plw'iM.L.w...or: .. T. d. t.... .... .........., r..r..M+aaryweer L Feed and S tlc !
lining chair and '
" ..wised 5a Uw. Siile7 na .bbsS btew ... ... .. 1.01.1. can, eats ,
I c. i.c ...rlf. f1a.. w.tY. M...... ,na will W ...-_- -U-r -M-...b I Kweeif northern aad souther i eitir*. ><
.. ..r4y.i.o rMio e.rtlauser./ : 12th Street. 'West Railroad.; /... McComll, Proprietor
, teo... The lIa.'diIlID& .. ia
Et.y..-.maa w fill w 111" :$1t i.Cal aN a.d ear service/ tie
Ibis tanlnla........ _OIl. .-iII .. 1.1iI 1 OIih.
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a. mdt .lut.by a bwutteai Mtb...... \Ve have: gentle horses, broke for ladies to ride and drive. Pootpiac, Florid.
__ .t.et.f twice ... .,..... ef. N.'fa 'r + ail Agents BeU Tkroo m Tieieti vii t
-."" ..er.rd ...... tsl
V -.... w.' ..._, -J : .'- L., & j i N.i i -' j.
t Good Comfortable Carr ; .f Accommodations for A
Industtiial Record Comoitlj"r: iges fur rates schedule, and sfeeplas; earrMcrrati fcntlcmext
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; **. apply (.1 fin barer* and so

vi 1 fie. son.ltlle-y F14. l,_ Isu..is First class Teams, and J. M. Fleming. licitor will find] that they ca. +;,
1 corer '
core territory im
m day
1 Reliable White Drivers: '-_ a--. from here than '
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...." .nwa ... .. ..... .. ., ... n*>M t I ww .--"a..S.....J'. 1 point OB the line. i any. >>f c
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FRIDAY. JANUARY n. i 4.Condensed i

; Amp le. SeeuriEy

From Report to the ComptroUer :

.r fl ro re))WBaqk I of RESOURCES.Loan Currency. 1 :I The fort Dallas National Bank of Miami, guarantees -i

and dl.eouats.$142.777.U ./ absolute security for every dollar deposited with

Mast a apt itself to the needs of the .public. Man Overdraft. .. .. .. .. .. cone I itT; It has a capital of 100000. IU board of

e people have money on which they would like tq U. B. Bond (to Mcur* tirculadoa. r director is composed of business men of known
.. .. .. .. .. .... KJOO.M
.. financial
.: receive [intercut sand yet have their fund in tatitltavailable standing: and consetTatism.
Praams on U. 8. Bond M2S.OO
in case a better investment offers. i : The rational Bank law provides for a stockholder's
r Stock and bond . I.OOO.M .
Our Saving Department meets this want by paying Banking __. . 4fl.ttt.ll: liability equal' to IIi. stock. This puts $100,000

rive,Per Cent Interest compounded semi-annual-. DM from TJ. & TNM UIO.a more back of|! our institution, an aggregate of
1 ly, and by permitting withdrawals to be made V. 8. Bond* (market I $300,000 between our depositors and any possible .

f : without notice. vain*. .IS4JOO.OO loss.
We are able to offer the last mentioned inducement by .1 1 Do from bank 4US1.2S I The Fort Dallas National Bank is directly affiliated

reason of a large reserve kept on all deposits F Cart In vaalt H12 .S4 I with two New: York banks, the Merchants National

4t neral Banking Business Transacted. Capital Surplus lJC,00.Ot I Bank and the North American Trust Coax .

i and Shareholders' Liability, i i t panjr. Mr. Oakley Thome.Presidedtof the lat tan' r

; $ JO2OOO 1342.419.17 I institution being a large stockholder and a Direc
tor in the Fort Dallas National Bank. I
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K.SxS I i Capital stock: .. .. .. .. ..nW.900.CO '
1 f Snrpln ..>.. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.0 ; r.-
I i Undivided profit .. .. .. U7I.SO I
'i'I I Orenlado .. .. .. ..,.. .. SS.OOO.M 1 ,

a .. t '!, i' j i Depoiiti.....i...'. .....S21U13J7 't tP42.423.27
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I Contlnned from Art page) .. 0' .. '..
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J ,-XATTDEWjv Mft 1\ \the Peninular and O.ddental.bam- sad commend'.Deputy Moran'for the I. I '
sh bare announced. two p.raoaaU7ducted 1
*'- ]a W..Im c'CllarI.we.: S.. c.: CW ps ieatsess of him: hooks. ''I fit ,
tour from Miami to Nassau'
eo .
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; eu.I Major 8. R. s
.+ 8te Baltimore} W* advis* that ail wladows of the ,
of 2iM for the
and return at ja rate | I .
William. E.Y.Williams. T. WUUaas.B
,}Del trip which include meal and Jail be heavily screened to prevent eon-
stor.; C. Remler, H. H. Hume,
: berth white at! sea, two and onehalfda tact with outalde partiea.U I .. r
Lake all; Mi. and Mrs.H.;, G,BennettPasadena.
V board at the magnificent and de- .
,, Col,; Mir H. R.Denlng Os- lle edly. famous flrst-clas Hotel Co- the eM of the State of Florida . . . p ik.i
.._N.T.: L. Smlthj Wit. and dangh- vs. Win Patton and Sam Reddtck, held .
lo gal at Nassau, and transfer of passe ; 1 s
tr9 tar;'Mrs. M. 'aters.I Warren) Pa. for murder la the first degr** for killIng i '
| gen and baggage. there. hoe
IIONZZE I IIi lint sailing on which this rate t bria. Savage, w* are Informed s hoes

Sir 'p P.; Trtn we. 8."crockeU.Fepiandini; D. O. ;jls is Monday: March flat at 1 that the material wltnesM. ban been : .. ,
I-? Kefl. La'aderdal*; Cutler : f.e "
TAiedelt Cater Miss P. Paesragers will arrive la Naaj j f I run of. so that they cannot lie found. ,
Mr* W. jr. =
Cora; Cotomai. AU'L 1 ;Vf. J.olemaa. )sa the following morning and !,We would therefore, recommend that I f tf '. .-.-. .I e
a. : isln In Nassau until S P. M. Tours-J I .
_ aC f.West i W> J. JTraedeli; CWter; G. ,ni the' detellc1allta be held toawait the j .
s :A. )Parker. JsirJuonvlll*; O- 1:. Ryekaaa. i i March 24tjt, arriving Miami Mrl11 j action of tile next grand Jury. !I 1 .
1 morning making a trip of j i 'I 1
.. BrockUn. N.I New York: J An1 A Lyons, [ackson- die | j r Honor that William Feano, who is in-' '- I '
;:'J| I e second sailing Is set for Monday '' .1
'Tini; W, 1. DrstXaU. Lailderdale; | Bane, and la such a physical condition :i ias I
4 .W.jPaatmor*. W A I Bates.. aeksonH. | h S&th. at!b f. M. being a dopll- :j to be unable 'to be transported to 1;. -H I LYrf: .1 II ,H Hj
.! i ,;catto I of the above which will return i ipaiueogers the asylum fcr the-lDau., be taken In ; i f
'ill I
t to Miami ( A. M.
at \ I '
pALMEOTEt- j jI charge by the Sheriff and that the .
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CnUca ..Peixe. A. Fnet. C. A. I I eountv do provide for his wknta. We f

t t ..... N; C LaaBchaUnger. f CuWi L J. I;' conducted The eieursioM-wHL by Mr. Frank be personally M. Jolly, l .ke-this recommendation'in .YI.W'of i! :. ...... . . .. . .''I. .. .I . .. .. . . .I. . . .- .j r. . . .
} Eelray;[ Jame. \4ICK7.n II the report of the committee. that HI T
,. ;j I., '. Brown. Lemon City: j!travelling paswngcr" scent. of Us P. ft: would be dangerous from a, point oll i ii J :

p xrMo7titoa'. and Mrs.. 11. .L[ca pbeD. Chicago; evercourte.4 >> r health to carry Mr. Fenno to the asylum i f : ,

IX: A. Flake. MlaneapoU*; DPI I a for the.Insane, a* he Is la a critical I ,
: ........ wU and h114: Missy j.i'n. .Iwllj# be b01R. to their patrons pllJ'alea1'c1Itloa.. We make it. fur.ther : .,

I. Scully.Taosnasvllle.. ; .>.,j.i' ,'i Mr. C L. Myers, manager of tile because w* flat that Mr. Fenno j : 133O4
.l'Ll" I who has Just returned froma
= ; II FlUpatrick. ha no means, nor has any on* who to I :
t 141-.9':;; I. : trip to Nassau' speaks a* doe every anything to him any mean with whichto WHITE liENS

.... 1 t on elM who ha mad the trip of the provide for his want, sad that It tof I : BLACK Sh' LADIES Sh oes

!J. BiBCLTNIIN ) ;1.i iJo splendid entertainment' given at tile. bat'an act of humanity that they do j i i
r Hotel CoIoa1aI. the fln* weather pr* TAiL CHILDRENSt <
Jphosb* Webster.B0Nyj Palm, Beach: Mrs. take him tn, charge and properly pro :i
...... railing tier at this season of the year, vide for him. .
Marion, : H.JL.HSIIter t I
i iI
and the many slght-sedag expedition
aad wife" Palm Beach.J.. Boyd- j We feel we may congratulate our 1 0000000000000000000d
stan sad wtf. jGaMsbnrr.! 10.; JL. Bur- land to lie and mad water.tn and around Kama- on. people OP. having *o able and upright 1 1a I I' I.,

dick, Toledo; F. jaMoc, Alekaadria, ) judge a* preside over the court.and I.. :

'Mtea.? )!Ir< f.JL. 4srehman. barVL -- LEGAL PAPERS. trust his Honor. Judge .1..., may : ii .

ton;;W. :!Mr., and Mrs Blackstone.OJ TW following- paper wen filed for long lie spared to us, and w* desireto j ,

*;-!r J. r. .Fry ind wife. cAlcago; : I record In the Clerk* omen! of the CIr. express our thank to him for hiseoarte.y I .. ..' ,
L. .Kj; Brryr C. A Erlckson.i'H. W.'Grianeli. cult Court today: and asslstane* daring the : I '
New'Tort' E. G. Gardner. I present term. ; H'
; Warrant deed: Eugene Porter and 1 t : I oooooooooooooooooo. S
+- r Bostoar_O. ... Mah r. Savsnah: J. P.Bnntta. ,wife to N. A. Gongh. for $1 and ether', W* desire to acknowledge the Courtesy I I I

r .' .Philadelphia: J.. R. |' hutch considerations, south 7i fet of lots 3. nod th* prompt and eotucieatiou I LEATHER I
r LoulsvHle: )ieJi 1.A.Lambert.'ScotUTiDe .and 10. block 42. north of Miami 'I work of Hon. J. D. Begg. State' Attorney s ,
'1'-: BeY. .af S. Quintan, Free- Warrant* deed: Josephine A. '' ,- and to the Clerk of the Court. LINEN Sho ASS,

bold K. J.; )art sad Mrs. E. J. UadeL .I.nard to Sarah c. Cron; for 115 Uar.'I''I' Hon. E. C. Dearborn. :we tender our j ,i CANVAS

]tr..:and"Mrs.1A.. W. WarreaJ Grand .block 17 of Bobbin and Graham1 *ubdlvidoa. thank for his untiring work In aiding } i iI .
-' ) 7tieka, K. D.. Mr..lad XI'Ll I.;C. MoTny. us to discharge oar duties To the i I

:: taaktoa.U Warrant deed: David C. ,ralr- Sheriff and court official were grateful Z I I
s. Never th* history of th. portda weather and wife to Taacy L. Sunday r' 'for their" faithfulness and tffl- i .

...Hue railway ha there been such for tSOO.: tea"acn* on tp. 33. south' of 11i t!
14 14eIeIIt7. kinds of Best : Grade Shoes
= F r y: our amount of vegetables rang 41 east ,f fi f Respectfully submitted.. | High at
w Ippef ..d to' lie shipped a* ;(during WarraatM'deed: J. C. Golden and A. J. W. SWAN Foremaa. ;'

th* present ..... Th tomato ship- D. Golden to W.C. Cain for $2M.m. w.', J. F. ChaHl. Clerk. t

i It to 1"'tJwID' aggre- % of n. .. % of a.'w. ". sad nil tea!' Shoe
0 : Store
crates with others veget- south of rang 4*. ***t. HOUSE FOR RKNT CHEAP. ewe .
( :
$ L.. Aid tt may lie..- Warrant deed: R. W. Porter et we.
r -
." pries* received ';'t1Ia year to W. H. Cox for fUO thirty-tour I Nice 'toiir j i I cottage on Fifth}

tar .maUhk to **>ov. th* average. ens la section 4. tp. 4*.*o.th of rang street, with bearing prseappta on tot and ,312-12U St.

a.A.-..... -j-r'1 1Y 1f 1' 41 lUlL ..._ Inquire at this .... fa .. .. . . .. . ... . .**<. . . . .... . . . . . .

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