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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 15, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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TIlE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.,






The Only Paper in So uth Florida Carrying Associated Press Dispatches.Vol. .




i, No. 81. 1tl\i.. MIAMI, E LO TUESDAY, MARCH 15. ,1904. C=i::' Price 5 Cents


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RUSSIAN FRANK: PARKHILL- GUILTY. Will NOTT.:1taIdred STRIKE 1[ RANGE GROVE LAND NORTHERN SECURITIES:- COMPANY BRUMBY

He"Must Serve Eight Months la State's Opinion of the Supreme Court Handed

'Pilauo. Down Yesterday.Washington. .


Jacksonville-Metropolis received March-!&,-The opinion
The
,FLEET (GONE Berwtkis morning:eoatalns the fonowUg : TtawoJ! feat limas Den Is Sore 4e Many Groves of the Supreme Court of the trilled. OUR fAIR'

: "oUat Today. Set Out Staten U the ease ot the J Northera

Securities Company against tie United .
State Court ha MUtataed '_
The Supreme '
1
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i States. Involving the merger of the
the deetohm of the Criminal Norther* Padflo.. Great! NorthernCompany

;floW, Trig to Reach 'a Court of Record of this (Dwal) county: wttsI.u. to Accent flea U.half 'r. Ik Cr flit YMT WI !. HD -AYesterday 51 1t was hooded down yesterday.The .: Enumerates the Many Advantages f

la the ease of th.-ltate of Florida vs. oplatoa was read by Justice Har-

and IL. JKflMliWiApr $ Attar .t tie &rwes NN 111 ... lan. The opink. of the caW Stats
.Place :rtoDod)( Ships. bait Parkhin. Thomas ParkhlH drenlt Court for.: Minnesota wa af of Such ShowsCREDIT

Frank'Parkhin were tried for keeping first.T bdlilsllsts.
firmed. Its effect Is sustam the eoatentioa _
a -gating table sad perailttlig gambling that the Shermaa.aaO-trust t
: f -
thereoa- at Pablo Beach July 4. law applies to railroad boabina loss of

lAST W6HTS ;REPORT 1JOX Thomas wa acq.1tte4..t i.-.p ji., lad. lUrek IS.-Two Messrs. Cooley A Horner the character,i ta .qoestloa. Justice TO STATE FAR

.
I Pradk'waa.oatktsd' t. UOJ. hudred thousand coal miner are today sold twenty acres of lands near Buena Harlaa said that la the merger of the

_, I I of the first count keeping a gaming voting oo the proposlU to accepta Vista to a party who purchased it with two roads the stockholders disappeared.

tahto.* and Judge :Doggett sentenced two-year wage scale fire and a haltper the Intention of making a citrus fruit lad reappeared IB the Securities Company.

ilobue As to tbetOcalpaIIoll df Port him to eight months la the State cent. lower thus for the year ending grove. the two thus practically becoming world be Saab Ai Exhibit$ WisSaa .

prts s. Aa appeal to the Supreme April lit.It Speaking about this sale. Mr. Hornet consolidated la holdings of the j If:

k'3a.i1r ty tkj 11r1iDeSe-Th Court was taken' by ParkhlU. he givinga !s l elcved at the headquarters\ of tall to a t er=UUTe of the Metropolis ..y_ t.... -, r.ewet bt7 ::: JSaal last Wa Wtotof F

bead of 11.000 to await the decision. the United Mine Worker .f America that ,he expected great developments prevent competition. "No scheme

.Wf ."Hmrer.' ; sOot i Urn Pose H. Moran sad M. 0. OToole are the that the proposal win Waeeepted. and along this line from this time could more effectively come within the the Increased .Interest Sbowi' ly

'St tie Mer bcacl.u :soon a*,, the official that there win be BO strike. IlL He spoke of visiting the famous kRoucniptlos of the anti-trust law and
+ the As ErUeaced
-atft. t.1 within: the meaning of the acC.- People By tarfrAttendaace ;
...... of the Supreme Court arrive National officer have been working Douglas grove with the man who made

.If Rassfass, KOfed: U last flgbt.t t. PafkhUl wUl be'rearrested' and seat to la the field* with the men and urging the above purchase and said that the j Prestdeet J. J. Hill of the Securities aaJ Larger EdAto.

...... torn to accept the offer, and report sight of that grove BOW, ...... as It Is Company received the hews of the decision :

----t, t It to said that his attorneys Walker. from various sections Indicate that with bloom. I* enough to make any at the company's offices here. .

a...,..... will peUUoa the State the advice of the officer win. be accepted. man aa enthusiast. !' He declined to discus the matter, except 'at

for Heretofore it has been difficult to to say "'that nothing la to he said the-other P
Board of Pardons pandas or -- Among great adv* .
, .. .IL-Th.s make a stranger believe that sons this time. Properties of the NorthernSecurities
our .
log eg the sentence. .I.II .IeYW. of a County Fair la the.advertising .sewspeper
liaise these young.an were tried.Thoa.r WILL NOT MEDIATE., would make good citrus fruit tree*, but I Company. are still. a* good a that comes free gratin far

rift ldl1ar at' T a n *oeBaaday & such place a* those of John Douglas .- anal "
which Poet Parkhffl Ar Ilea kffled. H* Parts March IS.-Aa official denial Bothlng. la addltloa to OM large
t sad wa received here wag H Prlce-Wllllams. John Ellis & K. At the offices of J. P. Morgan A Co.
a Lt. shot to death a few week ago lathe to give the report that aa exchange eoaUaoooa boosting and boomlnares! :
Monday'moraUg.: : Brown A So.. J. H. Bowie and others ao expresstoa of opinion was to he had.
o'clock local
at 11 street by1 IJeatensnt of Police of views I* BOW going *. b.tw.esParis the County Fair by the paaerathere -;
Inquiry develop 1M fact' that the Role It to alleged that Parkhin attackedlhe London and Washlngtoa ,.. are undeniable evidence that fine The stock market ts not,generally are always a aumber of vtsttiag q
1 has Deasy as nlapdr. trees, flae fruit and large quantities of affeeted by the decision. Northern
SLaaah ..
riot ft officer shot at him whenthe'fire Urt to offering mediation la far Eastera : newspaper man who go away to g's
's it era bet made her. Nearly an the Securities declined oa the curb one-
tact csa was returned with fatal affectULLMAN war' Tke Foreign Office lure to the praises of the county sod It* e.- g
Th* goverameattttaf: % r opmeasaJhe not of noel and graves IB the county are heavily laden half cent oa receipt of the news and hlblta .
exchange
aware eoa
proposed' erslgrslloa rot the Cslssse' BUFFERS PROM ABCEBS.Wa.hglstos. sides mediation practicable: at with bloom and the Indication are rallied two cents. to I7K. lid later Here I* a sample of the .way It Udone. c

.. Traasvaat. .r'.. .1 I i i- neither would consider It. that'dos year** Crop will be ooe that quoted 17.OHIO Mr. L. J. Brumby, editor of the t

March: 1C.- Senator r I win spat hundreds of people la the Fruit and Track Grower of Ocala'was r,

XOSSIANS ABANDON' ,PORT- Tnimaa wa much more aaeomfortaWe WILL RESPECT DECISION. Bottom of buying lands for grove purposes PASSES;DANGER LINE here last week,sad oa his return haste'he t,!

AJlTHTOiTeU < today ha at say-... during his '- :! With the filling up of our lack Eransvflle. lad-. March 11-The stopped over In Jacksonville and Is +

", ----1 UhMs though hto eonaiUoa was acts.os.ssrriy I New York, March It-The HID )(or., country: with fruit grove win come a talking to TlJMl.U 1oD besaid ?
: March 1L-I to. troogly bilieeed -, Ohio river has pssstd the danger Hasher a reporter; .
*.
worse.Hto throat to distressing Interest... other lane stockhold and more certain rthe
(aa permanency '
: whole lot of good things which
a
.bars that the ...... feet bur *, which. Is.thirty-five feet Tbs
him greatly sad the snlierlag'Msios't artwlll of Ue Norther. $Securities Company and prosperity to the town I -
as*' aban river to stffl rising.and a stag of forty: reporter. :, published, and which. bee.
..ate. Ther physicians tot the ./ j
; J respect the,ct.cIaSaaer the 8u- :eouty aad.jtbe man thl'man .
;..ipom tt ky tke.. feet or ,


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tosamrow. The Securities: Company will be ....- side properties. These fruit laada are thousands of bushels of- com stored follows: "*. .;

KiW ewji *% iT *S* Bte SBsl"s sa; SB BI ? as'a; seeoad abees appears to dosed a* aqoa aa practical and aseurttto mock cheaper BOW than they win be a rain' "I believe the fair 7
: laths tidally of'-t Artmur la ezt e., The heavy of tb, last present In Dado
aoeat ng to terming Th y think that ta shorttime of the Great Northern and North little'Ia&er..d those who'lateet.J. la hour county demonstrates a fact and also J
x the'preaesM. of aay twenty-four are expected to ;
fall to TeyeaJ: Senstor Tinmaa win have recovered era Padre roads ,will be exchanged: then BOW will b* wise. establishes r.'ct-' '
'R.-l. worships Tt to logical that start the Wabash and the White rivers aa example. The 1J
auffieiesrtly enable originally i t< 'f, 1
:-t to aba to goSouth bark for securities deposit
:' the Rosiaas IIo81A attempt to dash :NEW on another rampage.THREE that with, the extremelr'ivarM r.-:: ."
:; FUNERAL CAR.
to renpote. ed. The effect ec the decision aa tar
J :tot Vlafflvartock. wlwre It:to poesfMeto sources of this State a proper exposition .'
-
". ? at the road are concerned will act be
'dock the'larger skips, isflaettka iW Undertaker H, M. King Ha* One of the of the particular advantage of
:Wmtoer Important, a* absolute Independence of KILLED BY AN any one section can best be shown by '
wtt.ta* armored squadron TIRED; OF AMERICA Finest. la Flor da .

.' aad eras a .base for%;; oipsraUpii operation la not disturbed. Deetokm ,i the county fair that such fairs can,be>.

land ae- merely restrict community of ownership Undertaker H. M. King has Just reeejlxed more easily managed, that the adraa-
while pussieslngj adequate
la place of more formal and permanent direct from the manufacturer EXPLOSION OF of advertising of the section
(..... The" aopeliisaiss at Port Art.' elng ....... whtto':a form of corporate ownership. a beautiful mosque deck elghtcolumnrubber are more .readily achieved and that the

1 tin funeral ear at a cost of Interest In their continuation from "
.Ight maenad.
VUdh FtOt
ash for NEGRO BILL. FAIL PISTOL GAPS. 'Of .
:r
]1- r----- ;' nearly $1,400.The year to year be more easily'assured;
'
'STEAMERS NOT WNJC. i iSt. Jackson. Miss, March IS.The LegIslature earls one of the very latest designs aa example-la that the growth of tuck

today failed to pass the negro with polished heavy plate glass fairs may jbe la k"'PhIltJI the gradual '

Petertb rg.j> arc; 1IA report education bilL which was vetoed yesterday tllroolhOllt..uYl.. three panels oa or rapid (as the ease may be) 1

:pc from New Chwsng that fear Rnsslaasteamers by Governor Vardamaa. It required either side. The frame work or columns Chicago. March IS.-Two killed and growth and development of that flU'Ucalar :
New York. March 1L Bishop William
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i. had beet s.ak at the eatraae for the section la which'such fairs "
seventy-two rotes to pass the glass are beautifully several Injured by no explosion that are .Jas
," of poet Artnr harbor after thejreoval Derry for four yean past the presiding lend ,
si- bill over the Governor veto and only carved and much towardgivingthe 'wrecked the plor, the Chicago.Toy held. I could wish nothing better for

of the. battleship' Retvtsaa' .to, Bishop of New York Diocese C4 votes were; cast for the bill to-day body of the ear a rich appearance.ta .and Florida take that each county s'hoaW -

thorttatlvely.denied.:. the African Methodist Episcopal la the Housej' the Inside the mound Is finished Novelty Company. The explosion follow the example set by Dad*.' Tree,'
'
la ebony sad the car I* fitted with a was caused by. UI.,IpJtloa of one hundred kl of them could not have that toter- !
LOSSES OF THE: SCSSIANS. : Church, has declared that he to tired '
I EVENTS IN THE EAST. noiseless track with bottom and side and fifty gross of toy pistol caps.I lag support and encouragement gives
,- of;Amertca and yearns for.the land of
lO-faformatloa rollers running la cloth 'covered to the producers la Dade by that notable -
Tlea March
Tsla.
I his forefathers la Africa Mob attack Aa unconfirmed has been
report received noise which will Florida developer Mr, ringlet '
to prevent ,
from an offlclal w1Io.. aa ere wHesa grooves Chicago Ill. March IS.-Later-In ; y
bombardment of Port and lynching and burnings ire too at Tlea Tsla that.Port Arthurhas enable casket'to' move In a straightline the explosion but. the work la time would bring to _
,o C the three people were killed
Arthur Wednesday and Thursday to orach for aim. fallen. A dispatch from Toklo without: striking the Inside ornament the front strong men la every-county,!
oa and eight Injured. The building was '
says that it n reported there that theRomans' when paaslng ta. The silver- whose ability and effort would be
..to the efleetbattweatyflvei : ,a.t !b MIau'" Be said that forty-two years ago he ,
the Agtt1eslps.vastopot practically. hare abandoned plated- ornamentation I s neat sad destroyed; loss about P.< 1t j killed stood ankle deep In blood la the fight .
,itwest7 oet &. .Retvbma Fort Arthur.Admiral tasty and la good keeping with all of tenses that would attend .th ti effort .

and ; the toe*, between the Merrlmac.aad. Moaitor. Toga makes a report eposthe Mr. King's paraphernalia and work. LARGEST, SPANISH MACKEREL!: THC SEVENTH!: FAIR. t

tweatyjta I sack and ts defense of the,nation. 'Tit fourth attack apes Port Arthur The seat Is nicely trimmed-baa This to the seventh annual fair ofhe '
claim ta hove aJapeaese
The RaesUa cruiser.. i'I I the nation declares us act eltlxena' and that oa last 'f1aur...,. He describes I eaatllullu11pe. and a handsome ham Good Fishing Record Made by a Cocoanut Dade County Agricultural aad Hertlcultaral ,
a '
The Kussiaas assert'thstcfteJr.dam :affords a* no proUcUca. This to nocountry the 'engagement between the'torpedovessels mer-cloth cover, which adds greatly'to Grove Firm. Society. Its Distort short aa

Wa.repaired. and< for ... We'do act advocate and gives aa account of the the general appearance of tile funeral : -I It may be. to equal I. length to that of

:;f.; Ned..f'I\\have r Thei battleshipCzarevitch retaliation but we should stand vp Japanese losses and aa estimate of car."which, without doubt is the most One of the largest catches of the the municipality 'of Uiami, and its
.-I'.I'OI"{
't( era ( seal ready shortly. t. manfully and protest aad appeal to the those 'of the Russians. Captured one elegant and richly finished vehicle of season was! that of 8. C. RaaltJI. -.. birth coincident with the newer and Ye
rmbe
There to .: capable of taking few friends w* have to'see .. get Jar Russian torpedo boat, but the tow line I" kind south of{ Jacksonville. In fact of flrmj' of L. Raulenon Bros. greater development of the 'lower east,

U the tdoektre' tice.. We d. not ask for soda(equality parted la the high sea and the Rnsslaavessel we doubt If Jacksonville has a more Cocoanut Grove, who landed a Spanish. coast a development at which thwhole

f or'amalgamation. We want everything went to te bottom. handsome one. country wonders. r..b.e&r the
/ :The: a..I ,pu1.. for'Jthedefence ( mackerel that tipped tie scales at nine i iI !
'to' finding t lmiwesfblelto say other man may have but the white Russia Is reported to hare seised In purchasing this funeral car )rr. Interest In the fair Increased, until
of N< w Chwang. | : !
i tie 0(1'{ man cannot: be lust to us because be food supplies 1* )Manchuria and great King has shown his appreciation! of his I and a half pound. )I finally Mr. FlagW erected a handsome,
top
?jlamllng ,
: I has IB him none of the spirit of Christ distress among} the native has re.suited. patrons, and It another; evidence ofhis This! firm deserves edit for having building for its u... This building to cf;
Japanese. < : I
7: I I t .
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POLICE! COiilISS: ONER RESIGNS, 1 OOV. DCRBIN WINS. Fifteenth andj Tenth Army Corps .,. progress by givtcg jUiera, when dls- shipments oa this Cf the cost, tile main street of the city, and face
---+ soon to leave Russia for the front .1 '
reaslng necessity demands, the the beautiful ground of the Royal
Sued by a Man Who Operated'ran- very !and SB moqt of them were caught while .
New Tort(March IS. TUrjl Deputy Russians Jubilant and Japanese Jubilant test his means will fillow, and we bespeak 7I Palm Hol.
teea During War.Indianapolis I, : trolling, were the cream Of the w ate r.
P. Cowan over the fight the Rowiaos
Police Comndssloat r John same I for him appreciation of this IIT'II.DI\O AXDEITB IDEAL.
---i i
'it'" ...P tjodiy.. According-{ ;;the March 11,-GovernorDorbin landing Makarok and the Japanese. :I j tY the people arooijg l whom he has SENATORIAL Both the building and Its exunsloa

.. Evening Poet,'a gn< ral reorganization has been .Informed by his attor- }lauding Togo. i lived and struggled, from Miami's COMMITTEE.Meeting' I are MeaL All farmers are Invited to
'
ef CommlBatooer Mi Adoo's deputies! tt New Orleans that the 1ledertd\ I earliest history. exhibit; there ere no entrance fees, 411.I eK

2b' :W U* t ;f'es.': and 1 e lint and eecpod4eputie : rey Court.al of Appeals in that dt, has fustatoed BARRED---J FROM STATE I Called to the Be 21st Held at Cocoa ."* 'here are no fees, even ..of admlsion. -. .%,
Tnt on
i ad Haggerty respectively COTTON MARKET. .. There
< McAvery the actloa of the Federal Court Chicago March, 1J.<-The campaign are no side shows, BO

irtll probejbly.be replaced by _t I JartstavHle. Fla< Tefusing to begun a year ago by Attorney GeneralH. Future< pcned weak. To Members of the Senatorial Committee ambling devices no fakirs nothing
'other mesJ Mr. CoAan to a Tammany | January.! . . .. bat the fair pure and simple. And '
allow damage to a man named Barton J. Hamlln against eo-operatlTc of the Thirteenth Senator, J Dis-
'
: FebmarjL. : . .,:. . there
has been
,'tJ',Iee4er. 1 who during the 8p \Q-AIIIeri-' home-buying associations doing business March.:4. . . i. . .. 1595 trig: never a fair ilk.L

caa war. operated an army canteen at la .., sod dealing la farms April..4. ., .f. . .16(0 It will be necessary for the Committee AHEAD OF PREVTOCS TEARS..

K ne IN, SNOW SLIDE. Jacksonville. la the Northwest sad,ID Georgia and Majr..iL. .1 I.-. ..1620 to meet, and you are hereby "The fair of this year Is very far

.. that Mack June .i./. L. . 1613 ahead of Its Tredecessors, successful a*
DurMa.
Babes >Ore. March IS.-Two The plaintiff alleged CoL Florida resulted today la Judge notified that meeting win be held at "
: July, . . . .:J.fl* . 16'16' tIIe7.nrat., the exhibit in'Iarpr -
lunged of the list Indiana Volunteer lafaatry of the Circuit Court barring the America Cocas FUk th.
were 1 sad six IB a on Monday list Instant
psea Aecalt. . . . .. 1560 I' In extent and more comprehendslve
,!BBOW slide at, the "Qneesi of this West"jaitoev had maligned his character'la Home Assurance Company from September.. . j . .. 13 75 Please be present ta person or fare
In while la
tit the Cornucopia district.'eixty a verbal oUertJon to the operation to the State. Besides terminating thecompany's October. . . ..... . 1275 by scope quality as

)i' adle Bortheast ef berg: The dead are, :' fill( the cu..... The case has, bees business la Illinois, Judge November. .. . . ..... 1248 proxy.G.. B. HARDEE Chairman. as ran be Judged, the percentage to the

a H.,.W. Holland sad A.!.,' O i ', pending for five year's.ii : Mack appointed a reoatTer. December. . . .'. . 12,50 M. 8. Jones Jr, Secretary: (Continued oa Fourth.....)

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GtnBAL'DIREc-ton r -Burdine.- W. M. J. K. ORANGE GLADE ROCK ROADS.I I I these gecttemeS and that of others, It I' t
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> b.n n.'IIITAn Its Ington. E. T. LaSalle A. L.BudE. j I lie difficult to accurately estimate the !: For Best Meats and Choicest Poultry

: I ti. LeCer C D. I The Treasurer ofthe, Road Makes His rout of building1 the roads, but combln- I "
---.... r ienulsc' L. f Bailey B. M. McDonald. J. A. ReportThe"treasnrer I i .:. GO TO -iCe
C femun.t _*.-U.4 (;nri_ I Icg cash with what seems a fair estimate -
; rJlrf O. .rvea.Tra.urr I Bulge, II. C. Ma card. W. C. I .
C -Aluui- \ ; !
of labor
-.*. V knott.gj subucriptloDa, the total H. Raulerson & Co's.
IHIItI'j.1. 0. D. Muller, G. of the Orange GMt
4i..efat.b. three
Aa.rbe I i Hum expended for and three- ,
... I IIDb" ........: uaw Burdine. J. M.Backus. Morse, Fred S. Rock Road Association begs leave t) I i
ahaitaj iCM fourths miles al'peanJto be a wut0:;
....,lnaer rd.R hUP-'.B. XcUulA4)o F. W. Moore.T. V. tubinlt the following report j I IQtlx Street anx A'Ve. D.
bre j juirs mile.It .
< ral-J U !4 I tier
< Tint" laUmal hmIwoee.dP.Mil Blackman E. V. McDonald W. H. The roads recently laid by the A HOciatloa a
# *"r.e.er_,<<........."' ..... "Te_,. Chaille, W. IL McKlnnon. G. A. would seem that, when our clti I
be divided Into three i
... Waw.r may sec
CMuaatl '
:.'-J4oeaftM..... Cohen I. Nelson Edwin sens club together and at serious expense They Carry a.fun line of
The tr beginning at Doug-
... tions. t ,
.f P4.atNU-Tice ijo"'rr *. Moo<-
of time soil
Cheatbim. J. H. Peck R. J. money, lay these
4 TrranureciMM. Ue west'
17.1e. '" las' corner and extending twoand I FLORIDA AND
aeM' t..aw i Conrad. J. A. Prout, W. W. road for the bett..llt'oI the public )ID WESTERN MEATS.
( ( IaMUUrMrt-7ba da.ero r. one-halt miles; the second connecting i
aer.rv, Mate, Tr'aMinrrj Auurb.y-4-v. Clark.'P. C. Patterson, S. L. general they might exact the P1ft. They established the ;meat business here in
aI.C..4, \.Ja.r..' AI:ctut r. |aadPardu ...pel r' with the first at Graham's corner April 1896.
encI_. hibue IKrri..M Drake.; Gaston Parriah. Allan R.Douglas I represented by the county commissioners
extending north one-ha If '
and > a'
.+4-Tk UatcnlM..ausww'LMe1UI i E. B. Rhode, R. W. j' to do Ita part-that of rollli ei tune. AlfcinMj-tfeatral M4 C< : and the I third
t. AarKUlUOT. I I Dora. J. K. Rose, C. J mile to Scale's corner ] down. the roads and making them fit H. .
F.
#rs Ma.".......-LL: a....! Erwin W. W. Reilly, J. B. extending from this point OII" 'lf a Scruggs. I
$ } for travel and in the best maun,,. |'I ,
s .t- uiK:jcucrr JFDUKSB. | EnloaJ! Dr. O. Rush Dr. W. B. mile, nest, and one-fourth mile Berth. Is work '
they cannot do. without the
F.Taybt.CkMt JYRfe.-. j'1 Frlsse)*. G. C. Ramph. Edw.Ranlersua.: [making a total of three. and $th.fourths ..- ', help of the county! road 'ru..Lf'r. They

..B.Can<<.AMuctatlBjMtfc' *.I I R. S. C ILI milee.
Flanagan. I
H H. aVabry.Awwtaw" dtee4a' may fairly claim I under such flrcura- PLUMBING AND GAS FITTINGAnd
;.. d Ilse .{at. .-... .
-ner --+ma.y Frederick J. S.Prans. Sewell E. O. : For the expense of this work Mr. E.
it.pn..Vmn Jwlir* .swaktj}l s a44re.- .I ; stances more thai the usual consider-
KTiniin'ni-- J. 8.Gerlack. gaxelby. J. G. .T. :Graham and, Mr. J.e.1I'apf'r.. Dealer in PLUMBING SUPPLIES
atioo. and experi equal to 'Le beet
1 1II A. P.
U. f SaXATDBi.V Calmer C. F. serving without compensation, were
I Glrtmaa. JameeGantler. The county road c SD..r actually spelt +

-.J..>>e P.Tr iiakervo.kaek.u.fif.' j Smith. Julius appointed to solicit subscription Jd five abort dan'. In crashing between 1008 ClItBdorff Block Avenue D
.... ... L T. N. Stoneman. F. B.SuUer. .
-. I will be seen, the ,response not only of $
I Graham 8. A. K.Carh4de five and six mile of road laid for It
11..ot'CquslJlq.> } 9 those Immediately Interested but of
C. H. Shaaahan. M. In this vicinity. Ko attempt '!"as madeto )MIAMI .
Dtalrlat (..i.raHag' UM j&a.a Coa t>'- the business! firma and publicspiritedcitizens FLORIDA 3'Wilson's
,....seat W. Davis. ralatU. I OallattF. Sewen. JohnSeymour. fill la hollows. +r level lamr; edges
a .... K, Bpart.. Miami i and vicinity, 1- Y
s a !
INetrtat-floe.' .l| j I Gentler R. B. R. H. for long atl'Pkb1..tt"e e left ODcrushed
.
I ; Grtfflng. A. M.Glrtmaa ,,_0.. f. P. most liberal. I and the general) edition after the f
BAIUtOADJTOIfXISSIOWEB*. .. -
.. > W. H. Tornage. J. L CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS. rolling sea mugN{ la the' extreme. -4

W m.__.., 1:*,Wast, cb.r.4L{ H.,... J. H. Tatum. B. B. Louie Geiger .. .. .. .. .. ......$:M40 Later in the fall the crasher with, Novelty :

eon= B. H. Ban. L LUU fca w. H. B. Shaw. J. C. Oramll c. E. Graham .. .. .. .. .. .. 35MThoa.
J.I. Nona. It
k convict gaaf came out again and :
L C. !>.... /. = Clerk. J. H. W. Mather ., .. .. .. .. 39.U Won :
Hill. L E. Tatum. "
.....-.. .... .eton ief f Wl aa.rd e a couple of days decidedly lmprov
.,........ i iV. Jones, M. E.Hethertngton.M.F. E. V. Blackman. .. .. .... .. .. 30." the section running fiom Douglas corner 1* sow la OreraIs.11=." ..... M Nodes..

L ()COMMISSIONER\ .White, E. L.Lamtnua Mary Wells .. J. .. .. .. .. .. ..32.11
1 two miles wjeet to the township! For Anything lat

'. L gem,.xta.k.aUATOK. I 'Heyaer. A. E. Wall T. A. J. W. Chase .. |. 27.M line. All others iwere untouched and t' .Wood NoreltlM.

IIIT&lcf.I < Hall W. W. Whaler. H.: T. C. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 509 .
lira r r' even now the road leading south froaLOrabam' '
( ....... Bravart bad M dp CweaM.IIBM. Hahn r. W. Worley. Q. X H. J. Egger: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. too crn and wtkb" eonnect ..'t.tow... door MTMB*, wlBd.

Hughes, W. D. Wilson.. L H. T. Whaler .. .. .. .. .. .. Z.M with| and door fra_. nor IzUrm, .&alr'
B. ..Dwtea. Pan.Bnek. J. W. J. 1' Orange Glade the iw* station at ,work, !amide trimming of all kl....
: Homer Woodworth J. E. Lammas ..[.. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00
-DUI. counT BCFBgsgXTATtYg. C. L Coraanut Gore Is for art<< bjle almor.Impusabf.
Jackson J. M, Jr. Xlmanlee. I R.S.WILSON.H
R. 8. Wilson .. .. .. ...... 11.00, convict I '
...... W.Xla Nf I4. I Tu miter an I
., Budge..
Frank T. ., .. .. .. .. 12.M CONTRACTOR AND
TRAGEDY AVERTED. gang .topped short at the township ,. BUILDD.PI. ,
4 a nine, oooitrf orncERS.. J. W. Watson ..I.: ". .... .. .. b..00 I
Jurt In the nick of time oar little line. leaving half a mile over which. .&.. A rBcirunov B, '
C Mtr Jvdjn-AOee... B. Hrywr.. MlamLfnairilli I Lofton A Johnson .... .. ........ ISO I
T.aiMm HiaatlVrk boy was aared writes Mr*. Kate there le constant heavy hauling laa! .
< '*ttmB Wart aM am.r4.r WIB. .ed.' Chaille a Son. .. .. .. .... .. 2.SO I -- .- :::J
C. U rkani.c.-.a.. .,.. VTatklna., of Pleasant Oty 0. "Pnea-- similar degree of roughness. We naturally -
'
., *"?!-... W. M.-Burdine.. .: .. .. .. .. .. 600.
|icnia bad played sad havoc with him wonder why; we approve of the Are You Going to Build ? .

aOaUtrtar d T&es-Toro., 4., NaM... c.e O'. 'end a terrible coach set la bealdea. E. B. Douglas .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 600' famous aonIiedApplu Way;" we

***-., C. L. Xlmanles. ._ ... .. .. .. :.50
i ..**.
M. Blaml.Bauknu ,
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Doctors treated him bat he crew understand that the county cannot afford
Tra wrcr-C. U. ,Mla-i Ward G. Foster .. .. ... .... .. 2!.sa If so or il need material of
.t1 l'atlerl. -' .1!Public iai.rwn worm every day. At length we tried i to build many such roads; bat you building any
k.' ...- .T. JkrT&It,041r5. Tit.. Margaret H. Groom .. .. ... .. 23.00 kind
a..M w1 0-.t1 ('_.. ...(.P..a-41. w Dr. Klnfe New Discovery for Consumption ; j after meeting nearly the entire costoareelren. you should not fail to see
I.u1.tt.Ckaars.N.t *'. _II/I'.C, DickersonftCo.. .r.. .. .... .. 5.00J.
t and our darling was and.i .. we feel) that as taxpayers
...b. .1- K. r. KP" yt, PIJrxJ.ka A. Dana .. .. .... .. .. _. 600 I
ye.4 (rli..l; rim I I141M.(C eons i He'e BOW sound, end wen. 1 Every land producers. can fairly claim the
ia.ws.C. Destla ts.C ketk Iafad., .dttar F. S. Morse .. .. .. .. .. ., .. 19.00
jh )e.r..Ytaai. 'p j body ought to know It', the only sure j etsentlal small share of the large sum J. A.
McDonald Lumber Co .. .... %7." McDonald & Co
; CIBCOTCOCXTOF EVg TU JCDICHjXieteaeia : rare for Coughs Colds and all Lone .j. I voted for the county roads..

CU disease Guaranteed by all drnggtate. .'We also feel that we are entitled
( Dais and atk r...1ItUee.) E. L. Brady A Co :. .... .: .'. 1189 ,
Price SO cente and fl. Trial bottles to courteous treatment from the eouti-
'rtrr..It ledge-Y.at Sj Ju..... TI&IoaTin. i Edwin Nelson! .. .. .. .... ., J.I 5.00 t '
rnMcnUa' Atwrnejr-J. I>.,..*.... (lraadtClerk free. tt employee In charge of the roller. e"'ersl'lt Lumber Latlt. ... 1Ie.llflaPo C.elal" Brick u..
W U Ba. C IVarkdrm. Miaoii.COCBT. e. atcffler .. .. .... .. .. .. J. I..00. ; CotIt, P laster Hair. Etc.T .
4 h" 7... c.-........_... ru j dw We are not asking favors, but rattler
-z !rmdsf.la.r ._nil y aV isnt.r.nt JI...__. Ed. C Rumph .. .. ;. .. .. ..' .,. 20fllnrayne I .....a_ : .J....,A_.....D aid .0 Mm*.
Pin. aiM conferring them at great expense to .4
TRw 5 .refs/ iosrlr +
Lumber Co .. .. .... .. 5.00
.....,, Ia gprtI.DAD oiinelves. We resent being asked tore.Fd

CO : : _. --. Crtfflng Bros. Co .. .. .... .. .. '11." PO WERS'
I; our wives and daughters to :a MEAT MARKEr;
b.a.tIr Jatge-Af.. : Iksre. ll t..e tP. A MODERa EPARTACUi W m. M, brown .. .. .. .... .. .. 2.M '
__4ltrra-JTi .......,... Jl'la.L neighboring! house In order to avob
C w/ale!f.-n. .........,Ja J.rJ.. It M. HIddleton ., .. ".' .. ..;25.00: tII. ,
sprint T-rl"0 1I..4a' Ia AprIL : ...... .f '_. .f ... G........... Kirk Munroe ..... .:......... 10.00' Insult of vile language when the i Choice lines of g
Florida/
.. I roller and Western Meats
b..tast tO.-rink rir..day Jai c:..._..... .f tbs Tw.st/st. .i. Is being worked about oar owe. : ; Pork

Pd fermi-Isis II-I" u(rrtlvaIfL J. .. e_...,.'Anon. East Coast Railroad.STM' y. Mid I finally, we think that evidencehit Sausage; .Ham$, Poultry; etc. :- ;
tJ.. rn.1t.ailJl nu.a..J. Walter'WaWIa ..:..",:.:.. :. ..' .. ( }
'C. ,,' ,.t ." r ". ''i1' ;_' .. .. k jjj. .>v4h .... ... .......... ..!..... Jf. a tribe JIM been asked or received i.t: ATf t'E I ... ..,'f" *r ;if ,?4 r ,-: ,_ JHAJlt F10UM.FREDK. .

... ......... IIT :Tor 'properly doing Work ordered. Vy .. .
bees a pr.tn .es& figure la UM mod- C, \TaddeIl .. .. .. ,.. reef ". ,600 thi -
: C4e s:a Dlftl4To *, county commissioners should receive
era arena a&ye the New Tork"World, Chase A;I Harney .. .. .... .. n." S. MORE
AV.saie : .t
.' 9svrasf.dsr.et Tlk .iv..s4..51st [ would. have addressed. his fcllow-gladi- very serious consideration from .
.*'.r'a. atop tie following tuhloa: I them.
p-tlUol se is sUMaet' p11.4 bi.apf
se.Jai?a U.kMTBt* ... Praw BaMtiM'r ':Now>; UM r,e won tH ell&a.pIOlllhIP.1'11I Bank of Bay Blacayne .. .. '. .. 10.10Mary Respectfully

4$ .w,-.. .... ** :. taleJatbeotiratlll.w. L to.tor...I goln' to defend It Mtlaat all eomenflrn A. Hlgtfae .. .. ,. .... ". 12." E.submitted.T. GRAHAM REAL

r.*......:t PISrWtt, j Onr.t &..1 I! up lint etrwed. Bat lint i' t.ola' Tboe C-fTrefry r''j .. .... .. .. IU ESTATE t

!- ...0..... Sib __-f>ar'* -.u... ....._ on the ...... aa' doat intend to Frank J.Monx .. .. .... .. 31.11 Treasurer.THOS. .
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BclMa ,
cab a pedal M a W. MATHER
.aystl :
,,1? 'M..i kln>ai pu 11 i..: lfr..-**. .......Y ear p.t do any fishUa':; lot a couple of yean.SM Robert Parker .. .. .. .. )F. .. .. lO.onEd..ant '
.. Pv+ ,k I s(1 asp, ..C. rca! r While I'm 1llali1..III. tour yonee Assistant Treasurer. Omni ap stairs Cor. Ave C aid U.... 8a.
.. war ]
L
: Fay eau hurtle around aa' git reputations Fielding .. .. .. .. .. S.C

.. 6 f'1It..,.. C.rse A CO ad tin' 1 for yenelvM. I'm the great(.' Wm. F. Blackman.. .. .. .... 31 Ka Disturbaneee! of strikers;; are not Miami Dade Co.
....son.eixa si a., ...... Florida.
r.e22r.4v ..-, rr.e 4 '.-.po .:, man at me weight la ta* wolld ..'UL J. Sawyer. .. .. .. '0 .. 23,00 'nearly ae grave ae aa Individual disorder t ,

'..-. a- III A as 3$55Ipsttb lick any two of )0_ gloTe-paihen ..J 1.I h.00 I I
,
; .. Mr. Lee .. .. .. .: of the system. Overwork loss
J'f: : .r..u.w..ae:' I've but fl.MO.Mw dtpoalted wit tla.portla' I .
> ,ewe>eH st;peekirk) Att ace. w.r..ms.I John Douglas .. .< .. .. t. .. .. 1MLewie or deep. nervous tension win be followed ,
A.. ......... I editor of Ute Bugle to Mad a
''' :-TaoiTTCararu.P., : I.Arrtltl or. 'T.B aad Min match: wit' any body I make ap me mlad! Wagner.. ..... .. .. .. .. <4.$* by utter collapse unless B. reliable HEAVY BLACKS..TUISG.Bor..8taIDJr I

,;; .i.ea-Ii U5 Pse.s, II .',...../ $ad.y to fight wlf, Ui' articlee te be signet LABOR SUBSCRIPTIONS.Joe. remedy .. Immediately ..a- wagon A Carri*** Werki.
..+.eed .. .. .. !slap Pro_t.p wedaawt F'B' Haven All Kind
; OW.mai.. /asl Hail lurb.r1 ..e.f area.1J afore I goes oa the atage. H... I alai B. Sealer .. .. .. .. '.. ..fllX' ployed. There's' nothing eo eOcleet to Brulac Bepairlaf Bad ,

: =ll I..:'eves a.a.[4e.d Pied ad sad Prrutk tbl a.d.ysM a ,oIa' to chi' chow H. .
f. f.atfe.wdsiap.' .; U s.f vatI.m a big alP aa Isle.'tryla'toagR E. C Oaant .. .. .. .. '.. .. ..10'0 Bitters. It.. a wonderful
a little free ...,.rtb'. for hlaaiooB <
"t't fse si'is' lt$. Wk SUM ..i A *we a.rti. .. .. .. .. .. ,25.00
; ri-. '."'".y" 4sV..a.rad.a at. II..Lek,, He never e .ald hit hard reouglU W. H. Fisher tonic, and effective nervine aad the Shop 800. Avenue ne

YM.f.ty$..d.y ecs.lag at 1a1 break aa Easter egg aa' if ke ioc't Arthur Bilks .. .. .. .. .. u .. M.M greatest all around medicine for run
ba. M' .W.R4 tl 1.faslor. %
..:. MrJ top aiioutla' off his mouth Ill a.a.1. W. H, Co&ta..o. .. >. .... .. I9.0P down systems. ;It dispels Nervousness.
aa..f.wattsan.art4a7T..L ii M '
A. P. C""nr"a at C. .*.i. Are,aa4 Baj rifle' fail Clot of &. A* for eat FUailmnoBlua. Girtmaa Brae ..' .. .. .. .. .. (..ftVilter Uteomatlam and Neuralgia and exMi .
.a ss t......... ......,. | he'a a dub aa' never ww dr
Y'.ldhl :. .. .. f-J Malaria germa. Only We. and
KIAXI bOARD or J:. '
,. |rt' day wW he _!< lay a fle. .. ..1.
1',1 -J-, If I had a hot I .414.'t went knult Lewis Wagner .. .. ..n' .. .. ? 25.00 atlafacUoa guaranteed b, all drag"*

..rtssKsst.; WIThea! M. Brrwm.ft better :aa to match him wit flU nit. C. h. Lee .. .. .. .. .. ., 31.!. gem ;'
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.PIrw&.. ..-.......... r. 14 11_ .
woe-lnddsa..i4 Sharklne la aaodder big blaC.! Say! hVi W M. IUd war *et kam tor' r e dw .
..... '' .. .nsmrral I
dead afraid of me. TOB cooUal alt him week.J. .
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Cecracar7. Y. atetm.o" 1
,,,_* a. a. Tat1r& ; L Into a ring wit' me ag la. as' & you W. Grant-live daya.F. The' editor, of the dtixea recently

** '., .,..--. W. 'M. did he'd butt his'brains eat JamplB' beard an of the congressional candidates 1Bis
twelve
H. Brown- daya. eayQeDru omPa
.T. V. MOTT% J. .. Ltmsuie.U I. ,. B. IIt troo d. ropM. J'"' wait tin you eec of the second district hold forth 9y' :
Llppincott
errs J. a. BaUtr. F.j j W. ......' W. W what me pars sisal has tar say ta .. B. P. twelve daya. I

......, Jena ..... 'fli.-I moraing papers ..' Itll, let gee' know L L. Bradbary-two men sad team IB Miami. The last speaker OB the pt-

BTAMDINO<< ooknarrxasB.UAW1 where I stand .O..! Seek language! one .... gramme was our owe Walter P. Wai- J. C. ABERNETHY. Proprietor a

-laae. W. K j Vatterm. B. LSI I -W.11. tooM ... somebody! Die Co doable and eon, and we are pleased to note that
Miami Transfer teem
.Seri.3a T4 ..,..'.. L' ILl here eatooa Pm raaata alit charity wieka.Conn' ae st speaker Mr. Watson 'doee not appear ===*=== =* \u T s
:Wa* sy. a XI f i it | : maa tire '
|rR leek... 'r. plat*. aa" H doepit along wttepeahla' .. .. and at B disadvantage" eves OB the Largest stock of Drugs Fancy Toilet *f 3
[, fa; !-IBillsi. M.I If flak .".-doable team maeoee'wek. Stationery, g
souse gays 'ler' eaa
M ..... .. I platform'
same with the brilliant Frank
w.iuha.r.ir.iuse.; c.tfi --- nay .. here aH day ).. fcnklB at BM ., Articles Etc., in South Florida. Pipes Cigars and 2T '*
: 'I. '., "t. r H for .....' te tooled. 'ft Clark. lad.... Mr. W....'. speech z
yonee leNtIl 00.aa4 teem
Uxrruyl OB* '
T .HBALTH AND ,,___
Tobaccos.
t. was one of the| beet of the entire .ve-- / iti
,:: 'J.- at. Jr.., ...... W. W.. idle: au. See assdw M ....... week. tti

fV' '......:P.lag.*, B.; BUa& B. 11., Oar apes a time there was a .....- Of Che caeh auDecrlpUoae. ae ouattaC lag It not the beet-Orange. CoaatytVES Pmcriptioa Department la charge a.
<..u. BIWBM AND HARBOKB-OartlMl ClU'f of skillfBl and careful aaada . T
} n...,'U4 ....-.......rd C,| Teas thrtft of la ta this* aaate wise of: -. who. eollloqoWd to the sea of *M. t. the amm of f I

t... s. .., asa.asa II. : : $rTUJ was turned tab the treasurer VIGOR AND TONE.
: -What a fool I bare bees! If I had HEALTH. BISCAYNE BLOCK MIAMI FLA.f
BAIUIOADI AND ) FRJEIQHT1 o
Bad haa bee entirely expended for labor -
'' all the money, for laetaare, that I havespeltfor
,Crady. B. UiiLener, C. 'tXtlLoauau.iff 'I
.;:, s.; gaei .i Wa. W.: McDeoaM. I.'A. beer and cigars I could hire sad teams. ," and for-I which_ Be ha Herblae le B; boon for sufferers from O I IJ

4 :OfARITIBB-BytaB-UMS B. T4 Caeal- a good oaak areovat Inetead of being voochera. Of the ,balance, amounting m aeamla. By I Ita tue the blood U

.....,. Rt Dotwtea ,*. B.: ..tNr.'1. OB my appen sad trying to barrow to .au.=. Mr. walter Waldta collected ntekly regenerated, and the color bocomee -

,H i XlmtelM. C. U ," j '" mosey' from my Meada. I wish. I had aad' expended fltt.SO.Hrj; { E. C. Bornal, The drooping strength I
., vi: It-
MWM.ArrtlCL'LTLRF.-BI.etaM.r. B-llTatnas., .;,. HJ{; art, ag. A. Mome 0". touched hie arm. Gaunt }117.60; Mr. Lewis WI ap".1(I'. revived. The languor .. diminished, )
I
'M- Dnr .J. faPCEUC He turned and there Wood his fairy uUO; and Messrs. Graham and 'ealth. vigor and tone predominate.

U BUTt raiBwtse. n.- Omer. I. W.; godmother; Mather, :JS.1X. It U unnecessary!to Bay :.w life and, happy activity reultsrs. I'

H. C-i RelKy.! Jj; R; .w.n, "Toe shaft hare roar wish my son" I that all a this money win expended: I on )' Belle H. Shlrfl.! lIMdlofboronrh
e .
Jok+ t Whaler T4dATtJJPACT I she stld. MOIl GIlt eondlUoa-that you I I i I"t writes I have I
) :ftE8Olft! Co; actual construction of he roads and : ""fll troubled

M...... T. Y.s C.srel ,J. AJ{; Rhadae R.W aay never form,touch so loLl beer as or you tobacco llTe."agala la I with aa: eye to the .greatest|publiceconomy. a !th liver complaint and poor blood F. W. HAHr.A.ah1te

R4>rnT'I. B. 1EDt'CATIOXAt.DUNss I cad have found nothing to benefit the x
W. Ml; JOBM .ltated-u4 was lost I i j

Halt R W.; .ea..u.t', P........... B. -I duel want lit, bad enough for The Asaociat'on ban had to pay only Ve Heroine. I hope' never to )>e

..=. L8ne.'x.L. that," he aaiO--Chicago Tribune itbout It. I have wlxbed that I had :htt.t asses X3u123aei
:;. : Batelky. ; 0.; Bmlta.y |I5 00 for work of supervision,IUd to(
..J.lU .l.K;.lb. 'A. J. I H.IFisher I /I.''nova uf It In my husbands tlrt'tlfI.- i I tow have la my employ one of the
JeesrsE. C Oanat aad W. I
.i' nUUGRATION-BlaekaaL J:. V.H.xs. 1///K) ee ia. Sold by Red Crow Pbarma Bert draftsman tal tII. South and aa

., r. ...Tat"", .'J. It Dora", J. K.. IT SAVED HIS LEG. la charge of the first section .and to/I better prepared than ever for turjsh- ,

} _.J. W. : R. W. P. A. DanfoitB. .,f La OruCa., Mr. Walter Waldla la charge 1111 of the j II I While Mr. C A. Brown was dtgsiaa lax plane and detalle for coed -JW-
rem
'"KNTKKTAIKHCNT..Rba.
J., BV| .$.... ........ renntag eore ea kill leg: bat writes and of the public generally are oa the old Spencer pond lot be un-j 1 I an BOW aea&nartere tor tareed f

AOTCBTIBtKCJTMuiev B Rt ;1111_ that BacUeaB Arnica Salvo whoDy due for ;iaa 1m.... amount of work j I I earthed flUe coffin In I which en In- work scrod awing and aO work ae-

.\. 'mat r. R> Prinata.' E TJ BUckmu.Tbe eared It la the ..,. For TJlcera, not shown oa the'abecrtptioa\ ist To'''i I rant had been buried. The coffin Is tiR sally done la a flm daM plaaiBCBUD,
.. JL F.
Raksrm.t.e
L'
fan Bat ot ......, BambertBgBtBety Wounds Piss Ife the '-at.salve Ia their eeergy knowledge and persever-l 1 only partly decayed bat cnly a few > ,head BM row orders for door B aid

to BO are ae'toUovs', the world. Clue coaraateed. Only 25eeata. end the euereee of the enterprise ielarierr boas of He little Inmate has survived wladov frames 1IaD..... hrtckalB

AaM' W..B. JCofB. X J.Kin. .. Bold by Bit dnggisa.d .due. A t{ |I the ravages of Its I.termeat.-Ocaa: ate.:. and be 0GamC.ct..

1.-L ; B. KJ Oa account, of the time glues. by Banner. MIAMI f,

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I i. Jt VR 1'J ..1Qte ''Justices' distr4ts I la the! varlou eoun- Is such county precinct- : the State

CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. OFFIGI I C CllRufes PAAv II! ELECTION ties shall hav tie right to vote for executive committee shall have power '

one <--and!'late (for :nstlce >f "' e p ice u, a irrectthe rutprns from said county
Rt-oes! ion
'fi't; .;:::L' ::4 ""t. a.or e cm I' ilt > ,r i ;, n. into < ,>r., -:!Dct u to; such office so a* to

T 1 Al." V w "1 t.. 1 l-M.!r.Nl, ,ifl tb.Dii > ,1.' .i d :i. 'h"i I. .t t h r f.1 i ,.J 11".art: tte| K tilt of said else4a

:: ..i .' I *, rk\v\ )1"tr._;olla! (..r Ion rtol Ii' hidue foja of o"... tar: '. ate"fjr Lan
are ..r h' .. 1'-r a t lii/Tf,>rfi** *Co.I'( and Regulations to Govern the Primary to !e He'd: My
1 rm" ,.* .. t'r <*o""ty Comminstoners which: art 'i'to Us i-Weu tt aaidprimary Ft !h raHHa': !! ; for of: !"* beta r vote4't

I-A a n M \ 4 ( ji.1 in"iii'M 'T of tie cboH bowl will b* :i | I0th, 1804, in ail: Counties: i in Florida. .itC K>r tuiii have tb' right to place ._''S4;
QRAIUH tf 'h"'I KJ on-btIf tbea. amounts.No ,
lit the polls
Each pel'l'Ob waUber and challenger
to Lave his
deslrlzg:
; announcement InsertoJ until paid t __ _______ ,
ATTO 'EYS AT fur, :came printed on the primary election at each Freeing: In every couaty .

Rtl! .t.. tic la all coatn.: tale ud --- --' --- ballots as a candidate, for any ." \1eoroce which said watcher and challengershall .

E 'ps-i.itrntt Un Ttttei. w.' rea.rh.i bsat tba)>feaal ooh II' JTh. Demorrallc State Committee of State lawful electors of the election I Including members! of the I :gistature. be entitled to be present during '

ab.tert eawriar D.1s FOR TAX COLLECTOR. I Florida! met In the city of Jacksonville district In which theji offer to vote United State Senator, u la- ''the entire time the poll are open. to'x,

elsoxte. Miami, i I hereby announ*e m)self a candidate .on the 22d day of January, A. D. 1904.. a be ha-e paid their pull taxes legally 'gates to the National Democratic Convention challenge the voles and also to witness P

i, for the once of tax collector of aid adopted resolutions as follows: due not lea than ten (Uyt before such member of the National Democratic the counting of the vote and certifying

P. T. 8CAOGS.iiO K. D.. I Dade County, subject to the action of RESOLUTIONS. primary election is held and who : Committee, member of the '. of the result after the polls are

\k* vltk a>4 C..- the coming; Democratic primary Be It resolved That the attached _.i.sIl .Leo challenged by any elector State committee at large and PresldenItlal clOt
iWWdeaee 14l h *tra ;! dw T. N. GATJTIER. call for a Democratic State primary Is pledge In writing upon oath before aa electors shall ale with the chairman i sand other record of the ..1ectl0ll'aIIalI f

e..er A" e hereby made he first primarya tecUon inspector his honor to; abide by and of this committee on or before be preserved by the County executive '

JDUlxl FOR STATE'S ATTORNKT. to be held Tuesday the 10th day of support the result of such primary and the llth dar. of April. A. D. 1304: his 'committee: after the primary has hew
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''I' I hereby respectfully announce myself May A. D. 1904 and the second primary vote for the nominees thereof. notice of candidacy and application to 'Iheld. -

DL J. K. ,'JACISOR, .TL, a* a candidate for the office of election to be held Tneaday. the 7th Th. said primary election shan beheld hare his namo! so printed upon a blankto I I hereby certify that the above I* &*, ',.{

1 omct: State' Attorney of the Seventh Ju- day of Jnae..A. D.. 1904. to elect delegates to the national be tarnished hy the said chairmanand true and correct copy of the neahtloU '

HOTEL BISCATKK'. BLOCK, dldal Circuit subject to the vote of Be It farther resolved 'Th&t. Campaign convention four' ef whop stall be accompanied by an amount of Land can for primary 1IeeUoM-. ,

k I the Democratic primary. Committee; eenaisttag of the elected: by the electors of the State at money equal to C percent of the annul adopted by the Florida Demoeratie, :,$'

w MIAhtL *; dw CDOLO.BUTT. chairman and secretary: of this com- lane and two of whom shall b* elected compensation of the office for.'which Committee January O. 104, ':

A. D.P. .r.. Q. w.... mltte and five other to be named hy by the elector of each Congressional he is a candidate and BO name of any ARTHUR T. WILLIAMS.Chairman .

A WIU.IAM8 FOR iXDUN'l SCHOOL ircrrltflrtY3l- the chairman of this committee, shall district a member If the national suck candidate 'shall be printed upon Florida State Democrat: x

pzurr 1 1ATToaxrruAT i I berefcrf assesses, DCMT.reef a "...lossto prepare and,fill a Hst of oBcea lathe committee of the part, member or counted or returned U printed upon Committee.

LAW. tlgertMadsst fit! Fable Iastreeti.a. call and also to have pnbBahed U the of th* State eomlttee to succeed nay such ballot, unless this provision J. 11:. CRANE. Secretary.

Will ..-u-'. state. I't aM. *< Dade tasvats..s/1.. te theMiami. wsl ..ttf. schedule 'form the list of an odes, this eenmlttee. July 1. 1904, to nominate ban hare teen compiled with provided -
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C..rttti 8&....- am 1M ..... .. mar toe eepeas.d Us.p..oltfms State and county elective aad appointive a TJnitod8110* that assessments of members oi

..... oj + 1". II..s p i.ary.Lets.at'fE nidideta dental electors and an State ,
SAu.dw for which are ... the leclalatare and senator In than TEX MUT JUTD HIS PICTOU8. ..

Fix compliance with said platform to he countyofficer* to tie fined by election districts constituting one county shall .., .:'

QR W, B: RlSH chosen'!at Mid primary election and or appointment where vacaacie will he paid to their respective couty committee ma.Ilae meta sa tae Rae ..ise hid

O4Bee'tS-iltk .tr.t, Thon* I "" sty _-taty.Mt i v -- ban prescribe all necessary font and occur' prior to the primary! election to. *. and the aitsssment of *..- ... 3.e.... w mew_,... l..

......_, ... 8reet aad date roe UM ..... ., a.r h tt the Cweott : blank>> rule and regulations sad do 1M held taWOC.Revolved. ibis In districts constituting more -

a,'noel fl.1 CMit ., Date Cewaty. ...,.. 1* and ana to he done an thing neessssry -1111 That at th* pilmwry elee- .than one county shall he paid la equal The man wa* axes U. .,. _. ;
t ) use _... ., the o.-.tJe prlr.er. Cow Li :.* UU oa Tu JiUt. 10th .
or advisable to be done In connection I &III..tllo each suck county committee Philadelphia --.. Be WM rathereM.
dw X. t U WHTTK.immmrj 'er Maya the ejnestloa of haUlIng a State rile wriakle ;
r. with rack primary eieeUon Said chairman ahad immediatelythereafter were meal Hwmaucbe
1zcj W.-BACICJS. nJ.-.r-,I ''Ii Y. OM. not inconsistent with laid platform,eonuUoa 'f. th* purpose of enunciating funuah te each newspaper was:gray.' 'Th* leak .f he' w
cheek sad neck hung rather soft andflabby.
Details and primary election Taws to the end a platform and j instructing published In the I State a list of all
Ian*. 8p.eietxllisi sad fOR CLXBJC: 3XCrjtT OOOKT. Ne..rt.......he looked vlgoron -
for Bulldinge *f,AU Kinds: I iMMby asstsnrt mrwtt a'' euduWtef that the letter and spirit of KId Dear our delegate to the national convention Barnes which bare been so filed as and Inuuigent wa* baaa.omtr- ,

ResWeeoeS s 8pe aJCl'. ... eOee .C Ctork K the =aft ocratic': State platform may be tally to be'held at St. Loutotn. (th of candidates for sack offloea,: and shah take aim altogether than .. had bola

yiri 1315, :Court Cor Dade Cent. ubet ** th. and baJlUtl compiled wtta. July shan be voted OlIo and If a majority eertifrto the chairman of each county at 40. But he brought oat n photos,a

'app ss .ng D..eeatle pd..ey et.. Provided however That no memberof ao decide In favor-of a eon mmtttoe> m list of aD rack'candidate graph of himself at 44 which hardly, '

QI.X.X.CEITZS,: aeedw X.TT. IIERRI??. wch committee than appoint u a. vwrUon th* State committee shall iBctodsas members of the Legislature. resembled him *o muck had ,k?. .\'
main revision for rack convention. changed and. -If you want k> printmy
not bona fid rest- and each to
aV1aU.. .... proxy-nay person n person desiring have kill
'
DENTIST. deut-ot the county wbleh<< 'the member : Bach elector In the State qualified name printed on .inch ballot .. a picture abut uo this.-* said to th.;

0-..r lp_ D --..- = = the ....1 making the appointment shall representon to vote la said primary election shaH candidate for any county office. hallBle only reporter;rye doti'1lo1e tt. for WI the '.
.... yeti--. I ... W. tar- one got of myself at that ax*"'
ere W Oad.,Genii that,I wmka ttas- I the State'committee unite i+,have the'right to vote for en* candidate with UM ehsarman of the Dem- and I'd Ilk* to keen It. rare you how. ,
hTLUIL
I dsdeteaarrthcU.a .. Uof _.tCi.rlt such campaign! eemailttee) 'member I* for "United State Senator] one fcbo county committee of his county I dont grow any younger.-. rather,5 c

Home Seekers the Omit Court subject. to tkeaethM' a member at large ef the cemmltte I candidate fer Representative lnCongreea ;, os. or before the Slat day of April have your picture at TOO are to-day.. '

of the DommttsUi stloisilit. Way.. Tn eampalga cemmltte appointedby I one candidate for jnstle of the .L a 1904. '* similar notice of eandldacy.aad said the reporter -*. you are hand., :.
trtmtitnt tt ....... .. ...,.. 4.- I
Attentioo.Yo tlos ottke .... te the fotwe. M ni tile sad under mid resotmikm are a. Supreme Court for term of six years, : application to tars his name comer I now than roe "" at ear "D*, ':

'Wfflft*&litio Jour past, to the best ., mr abUty. I wm follow: j I three candidate for Justice of >he- so printed, accompanied with a ram of no; ,"am said too th oW* aM wnaj4-Ks aad baldw. t
man the
i to can oq me:before he raaful t* thoos wk wffl favor m* Supreme Court candidate for O 44-year. x
one hooaca Land : Arthur T. William 1.'JC. Crane X J money fixed by the county' committee old pictarek" The repeats extlalmod--r
Furnished with the r vote*
'
rent: dw t C.rX>BARBOKK.oomrrr E. 'Wfllle J. D.'c. -oway. W. L. Pal one candidate for Secretary or not-exeeedlat I per' cent of the aaaualeoeaiensaUoB with a paneled laugh: "S. many mmar y

city mud oousltr7.1Insuranee, mer.'P. J. FernsMe and'A. W. OockfwO. j.!State, one candidate for AttorneyOeneral of the: office. Un",... Though they are.eM 4t.

r .ells coons. ,\c..! attente 1 Jr. and organiaed *r till election one candidate for Comptroller I tk they Insist on baring young pkturo .
Democratic
T=ma1VBlS. Conimasional
NB committee priatod. They fall to realtse ....
license : one candidate for Treasurer sow ,
haves special of .A..'T Winiama chairman aad A, use '
; ere
1M BtsitstsMs VoUr ft Pad Ceeat1. '
In the State are hereby respectfully more .
kind legal tnterescluc and pleasing their
to all candidate for Superintendent of FvbU -
me prepare
fern -ol real UM Low FLehii ... ........... W. Coehren Jr.. a* Mcretary. Invited to e-oprate with this face to In old .... If they have Hvot
mjftlt Instruction one candidate for Oommtartoner -
I .koroky tnsiean
The campaign eemmittee have In committee m tIM holding of the Mid a fairly wise and Industrious hIs. I'...
attentionJ
PrMvpt WKJa tt Tr.as..r
*> M *k* omos 'eandt-
_puM.e. with said reeoiaUons fined of Agriculture, one had men of TO who ",
actually have
glees
the
t the election
subject and
Dao<3o aty. Florida primary chairman
:t :Rotary ;; wfll of majority of tile D..ut....5 the'Ust-ot office In the en S. and herewith data for Ralroad Commissioner ono ofOil ioiumltte m* roprodwetion photograbh of them.' '
shall request '
*BI ATX. B. .tie fRCOXD I ". : trraes win be .....4 bt the ..... publish the esB for primary lo- eaaildate-fef' Adjutant rjeneraL 'ass I of upon elves. at 3S. Women doeXoo thift I
Use chairman ef
de'afrr7 Mar Ml Ir.L' doss and the list t* eebedule form'If eaaffldate toe: State Chemist, one candidate'for ; any eosgrmonalevtsmlttee believe men hate old age more the*

:R.eUAb1o f'I C tt BAUTJOtaXnt. and ea.etm 'Judge ef Circuit Court of hi* i canoe to be published and women o.n kite .." said the otherf .
aD State
: 'Miami. Fm.dwj oAees. county Misled to the chairman the ooontycocsaUttM : _'. .t"
: respeetlv Jndldal Circuit.' The
number
I
and appointive. emnadntoJ for which -
1. ,
WJCrVtAVNARD.tntl -
*the el a9 candidates
r 1 .A.a asa-_' 1 are.4n eompllanee wQ slid platturm. trf'eutdfOate for member of the I 'nomination over, (or eo..arw1aJdI Ii GOmnJlCOXlS- is ACSHTS.' '?: yiva.
D. -. chosen a-. Beprteent .to which: hleounty --
Sobs tt aid slect.arobe
0- County primary ; m .entitled law; 'I may he certified to him hr any suck ___.__ .. s- ---w ti
by one -
? ;
Judge. CALL PRDURT-XLECTIONS.
hula 1csYttdl I
t Oonxmalonal committee., new tw We .,- h'PWedII. ; ease lie-
date tor ,
,tdch a.JmlcrUm. "'The Democratic State OemmlttM .l;1 comity Judge one candidateforaherMt. .......... ..._.... ....:
eandidnte for clerk The In said election
FoB J1orkIa'ereb1 oae voting primary
COTNTT COlOnsaHDNDULthe : the State-of can and I -
,Xareult Court one caadldat for county shall: be by ballot prepared and need IBaeeerdaaea Life lacunae work-offer tbi.
of *
man* friend And uiportor* *f rovtde'fer the holding Democratic a pfoa-ta-
p gar6OQ present member of th* Board .. primary-eleetlon. to beheld In enafermlty > !- '- of taxes on* candidate for with the provision of the held to women nowaday 'If she be e

letter' ftax collector one candidate for county State election law nod shall. printed bright and energetic she easily era .......; _
t7eer ity Obmmlasieoer m>r Dad with the -ud spirit f l Dealer l l'Ali the Dense- Superintendent>; of Public 'Instruction, and distributed under the direction of an income of tsooOayear. ,Rerom> *,
i .tom tJ have prevailed upon them Is platform adopted byHh* Blations depend entirely on her own on: '; .
for the Democratic
eae-candidate
t e.tatelt perlodiea1 ...a4 for re-election, ..hereby pre trade State-eonvenUeo held In Jaek- county surveyor county committee of deavors.rThe i
'candidate for county treasurer, the several Counties. and said ballot
on
one '
.. U.eIr.foIIowc r. C vine ta Iuae, A. DOXW. and In eenvpUaneevith poaslMUtie for women la the' 4 *
tJy CQ
,: eo $ her. George W. Lalahart, B. B. 'tine Uw d the State wfFlorida lye candidate for county ommlton-, shan be printed the name of an lib Insuraac are linUUsas-said on*of "'
s.
.c 2'ftIIIII 1 '. er-three candidate for member* of candidatM for State and national office the best known women work era' With "
y ald
primary election to be
) John SeweU sad L. A., ; M
field th e' board of public Instruction four *, arranged In alpbabeUcaI'4er.. all' th* worn** that areworking; at tt
In r
er. to the voter at the .Demo: each eounty .f the State dF7ogda '
o'o. k still Ja. '
: L. at to the national as fixed j the sow practically uaworlud '
J JI delegates huge convention by campaign committee.and ?
th
Primary el May 110. 11M. at legal polling place ta field.. J
alt;Liuect each election and tw. delegate to the national next ln| the order which may be '
"
I district srtnt-th hewn } From my experleace In the .......* "
asd ......... L'ds a... 1 convention from his respective prescribed ly the respective county :
lens. I axed by mw tor\UI. bedding,of cleu- I should say that it I II th. list possiblesIn \

'( ,GROVE, FLA.a 1 JFOR SHKRITT DADB COUNTY tIorII..oa"'heHa1.: the 10th day of Hay Congreealonal: district member of committee tike name of all candidate for a woman. to enttr. Bbe I* absolutely >
1 the national committee of the party I for each county offlce-an substantially Independent. bet of alt.the
'tile --.ala esters ef Daee OovnTy. A. XL 104. for the aominatloo of aa '
: ; thirteen member at large of the Statecommittee 'ID conformity with the ballot used la knows the I* making mosey Funheiwmore ;,
Democratic candidate
nerida for. mee. State
fro ::5 op. ,the City. Ii IiJ v herbs assesses tsy'lr. a ...-.... and county, to be voted for by the -to succeed the present general elections.. the Is able to lift henotf Old of the "

r.-electioa t* ... ...... .f lbsdd' K State committee July 1. tte4.,aad one rut of woman's occupations In .....RL1!
list uJ CU & o.aocratlc.teeton.at the general election The Democratic '
'
county executivecommittee
CMoty. FlerMa, subject is tM from In life insurance a womaa has th* ;:
member at State
the eonmttto
J tIWntf Care ., tile BMjorttr ef tk* Piemeetl to 'he heU November fl. 1M4 and ; of the various counties most broadenlca experteacu. 8h meets

...... as win'be ismttil In till Deer to he appointed hy the Demecratie his respective eont)'. aYe presidential (shall at noon on the! sixth day after all classes of people. la a short time she.

w New p k S JOHN FBOBOCK.I reirtlen. read human catirt which I*the Ultlag
date of the holding of saM primary are In, meet at the county courthouse
I j lath such elector In each odd numbered I part of the buttnets. For her own ,benefit +
election and th holding the primary and publicly canvas the return I should advice
A hereby announce myself a* n eaa- I senatorial district shall bats the say youig girt or woman
+ J. Df\NN. election to A. T).. 190C. and of a Duno- land declare what candidate have been whose clreamstasee compel her t* earn
b. ate for Bberiff of Dad eounty. I tot
right vote for \
to cue candidate
antic lot bar own living to
'' i I candidate Ualted< State Senator nominated by majority vote for each grasp the* txcelloat
.
Mt IIab r tYa th* Demoeratie prV State senator.Each ''
at next
( e. .1 opportunities.- -
.,,, to be voted for by the;Democratic county office and In what such ease rf
j .. ........ ,, and aiM! for the vote of my alIeN., the .Legislature tt the : such elector la the slrteentheanWial I'a' second primary will have to be'held 1 .' *$

;; t.+'+...... j Democrats: and those who will Etat:of Florida, afrit* aendon. ta A.JXBO. district shan have the right and the chairman and secretary of/

IM era., t : : gow tolbecoue voter at that to vote'for one candidate (or State.- :aid committee within two day --- .

I promise, elected to taithfty atone till the aaexplred term. thereafter QUEER CADS OP ahfgwjga b ,
shall
Provided, that a second primary; certify to the chairman I
perform h* many,duties of this Each such elector In ttj*,First. Bee-. the' ... .
of .. .
Jl.dq ia }Grace where nacewary under the provision I State executive committeeand .... Where tktltiasii
: bIe. offloaVM. of said platform and law shall be held cad n....'I'oartll.' and (Seventh .1. to the member of the State executive ..... ... Lea .......n.a : .
I WILLIAMS Iclal Circuits shan b.ni the right to I ... ......
F committee from
their
J II.!\ Dartoa.9 Mtr. on Tuesday. the 7th dy 011.... A. D. respective r il
"""
J lalm.Eeeh: Fla vote for one candidate for State Atteriey !eountle and to the district senatorial L
1904. to ehooee between the highest ;*
ta a hflly and bdslalte
lotalKy
We handl FOK TAX ASSESSOR. Each such elector la the counties of
ed to be,;found in.a not hare bees uade ly majority vote (salt of laid primary election In their I mood known a* tk* Blackest. --

grocery stork AYe In the first primary election and at tavai. E rsmbl., HUlsboroogh Orange j respective counties showing the result tint says tta< this ...* was htotowed' '
hereby announce myself a* a I to *
and
Volueia have the
right en the IwaU'* becaatela .
/ In each preclnit; and shall a1O certify prehiatorio
with I rack second primary election cwTymeh + '
j! ?very NDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOfl of judge ..
coupons crlminieonrt 1Isies
tote ,for one of the the chairman a w ens: -SnE hnata from thttoastttiem
of
elector* u were qualified to rote i I jto the Congressional ..
ase which ypxj can : da County subject to the action of of record [ $ n!- -n rpon a glfMtl
.
Democratic I at the first primary election st..1 be I .committees inch result as to the candidates ildrst JHC: md a terrifle battle with
6ne| cninaware.- ; ; primary.
for Bach nell el tot la the
counties ofHlilsboreurh.
for members
of
Congress
and .
him: :
1 1I permitted to vote. son w r. la th-se hDla lacour1
C L. XIMAN1ES.
i' Prone .Oars Jalllj '[) f The Democratic State committee eall-: ,E.-ltIbfa. ------T-Q Orange and- 'from the consolidated return from the ,i of tire i t- 'oJ iEtr) became settled, hat 't
-: Iroa.ia shall h..el! the right to vote 'various Counties the State executive i, the ''f<-icB of this battle tiQ-to o the

Cor,' Avet] >!jndj4thSt.SdentincJJinericaii.. I e people of DeSoto county havtart I I log said primary, election la compliance for one candidate for sol cltor of the ,committee shall at 19 o'clock on theiMth : his:: air1., to we bate the same.ofn'aclrat ?'
with. law hereby declare tHe terms andare >f is day, the >
both of the candidate for Con I'rrimtoal court of record. day of May 1901. meet In th ; X ..
e+eondltkmc which legal electors of- J< I : rj r.A .
L 1&01 YEAPS'i iron this district and they ''I, Each such elector in the counties ciy: of Jacksonville and, decide and! man trax-ltag this _
to candidate of voteat
teeing become to seetioap yearor <
: .
: "ERIL'lCl ivlQced that the First district will such election hall be regarded and lot Dnva4t Escmmba, Orange and V> dirlare what candidate navl been tw ; 4=
;u. -- itlnu t" be ably represented, no taken members of the D loafs shan have the right to vote forrdate ''nominated for United' Stats! Senator.K "AT. .taaie. or Mnil to ... and
a -
proper mocratle
V b I Xter which one of,the aspirants art :.-- : for clerk of the criminal d State offices by majority votcj and eien the cabs had "a stench In their

', ; < cted.-D.Soo County j ewa.I patty, and, therefore, entitled court of record. 'I ITS what such cases, If any a second |i ." This ro IT pressed him that he
t i I to partlci]} te Bind be candidate before asked a native whom he met tie cam*of
F I I I. 't
primary
I J .>4, I IT NEVER DISAPPOINTS. and i ote at such election u follows Each such elector la the countiesof I! necessary. The decision j;I ttTh. natlTc looked at the*strangerand

J ."' Ta'c UalU' J. Williams,, proprietor of the : Breve.rd. Dad and Pout shall kayo '(as to canvass and.rullnn of the county / then at the surrounding dills sad
DU-_ ', the right to vote for one candidate fProuJe1lUIiC committee shall be final u to county aad then .t wer 3- "Waljyo _. .
ostttw.trrad.aw. Drag Company. Uamllton. Those aid only those shan *
., r.i ... itnn person [candidate*. Including member of the they folks bah t4r work: oa er*, side bill
..,p--e.swdt .1"_ sod'"' .........-r says Osjnberialn' Colic. Cholera be s-mltW!? to become candidate before attorney. ,Legislature before such all ther life Tlrey.betfn! when theyT
.. .. I primary. I
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..._-._I _. ...L, .........-....-.... Diarrhoea Remedy I* practically: or vfte at or pal Udpate la the Each such elector la the .county ofEsrambla ehll-na sad pick: terries sa' keep n ep
-t "7''=. w.: e :" :iZ': only remedy he sells for cramps, management It of any primary election shall have the right to vote i' Upon the final canvass of the vn e when they grow older an' plant titers 'c

i -.. .--.... It. ax.Mn oea and colic, for the prs.J .- held by th* Democratic party la Florida for ODe candidate for custodian of lost I cast la said primary. U it shall appear an' cut hoop-poles on her hills Tar

; : I that It never disappoints C For sale'' who 1 hdeclue their adherence to timber and lumber and one candidate !!1 that by error or fraud, more vote have see ter.git one er]footln'rf has/ aa ter tother kinder kinder stretch shrink down F fr

I itnMwMtrekrW m i .. l.. *.-.5 ..t Red Crow Pharmacy and all medi the principle and organisation of th* for harbor master for the port situated been cast In any county or' precinct for np to Vommodat the Int... so, yer
f..l.laT .
Coat" New e dealer. Democratic party--national. State and la Mid county. 1'United State Senator or aayj:State office see. It'* nafrsl tergoosreldeL-

_& ..:. Ii. ; 1 eouty;- -vho an hy the law of the Back sock elector la UM respective : than could legitimately he mats

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THE DAILY APfER i I desires of king; he has given liberally transformation of a wilderness Into an I DO NOT TAIL TO SteIWI1ALERS.Jf.W11RY. |

MET OPOIIS. The |I Seventh Annual Dade County to the poor and to the advancement active and busy scene of life. of pro-

.1 MIAMI Fair Is!;over and unanimous verdict ,,! of education; he has made It possiblefor gress, and one where man In the pursuit STORE

ut all -who saw It is that It was the the tllfers of he soil to find r market of happiness can easily find It. '
.........4 everVday' esses .. *., ( : 1 _
--r'j- 'Y"'o 0 ,.Y"-! NI beat ode eve* held. I for their product In a short whileover The Individual prizes offered by'lfr.Flagfer ,.

L L TAf* ''I (Illri. In e tent lot exhibits It far excelsall his magnificent railroad; he'wentto and the East toast were very I 314..12th Street.

: 'J t IL f. ..TlUNiTOI \ I others, slid as to the portion of an enormous expense to build a large.

.. t.7ansK ..__. the cuiinty represented also. There fine of railway through a country inhabited N Illustrative of that ..watchful Intenfct t 1
.. .
a. .as PuMoOok- at Kl l,Florida- were n+any fine exhibit from localities ,, almost exclusively by the ,, Mr. Flakier on Thursday noting ""
_Pw! ..-44'.1Ma.._, which isre heretofore bad nd repre- bowling wolves and screaming pen- : that the number of exhibitor and visitors "I Wheels

y. e.weerra tilef.pap.t. pablliftrd OD i nt&tlqn. ,'then yet today no fairer spot can be I was much larger than expected

.I wets land si till Baited: .. 8taM at tk. A f : feature this year was reached than his "Paradise Regained." gave orders to have tbe building, largeand I For
..nee en. retlw Everybody.
J. 1".nI 1"'ln.1 j the s>8tematic way in where the song of the handsome as it Ie. enlarged to ,

't Ix[aL.he4s*.l ree< ./[ ;_,...... .,-.,.IW mr prr 11D. .. i i ahu-ni..t.1. was handled by Bec- lead the wanderer on mOekiDPIr'I',,double IU, capacity at his expense, 1 ': l.t (' "

....,....FT M.tI I .tI ,i ssrozw!! .... and his assistant lanes where flowers 'and the work to be completed prior to ;/; i We hare jOlt received a ship..

nsa/ltlw/ I I .l: ',\'nb .. hundred entries there and one catches an Inspiration of the holding of the next fair. meat of the famous
1 .I 7 2s.i '.
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L 1.- W i was n 1'a single; mistake made either thought that beauties abound further i GREAT EXHIBITS. I oocx .'
=-a + = s
x ni Iliinl PrUcj company.Adiertidrg i 1:1 plac og or in removing this large oo. w here the cocoanut tree shadowthe R' would be Idle for me to attempt Tribune, Eagle Lend Snoll'o, ...

( rates bladeknow.' on numb 'of uhibltB. This I. a record high*ay and act as a canopy I with I I to enumerate tile different varieties of I The''bent, and the cheapest, bicycles on the market We

& application.! ,,] I of .hl h Mr Blackman and Captain the blue dome of heaven seemingly t.fruits and Vegetables shown. Take a also carry a large stock of Tires. Saddles, Rims At.,and do

TKLLPBOXfc. 61-BR. Jack ham who .0 ably assisted only a short distance away. Repairing of all kind Call and tee ...
j I cata-logue
---- "Verily, ,Mr. Flagler I* not a politicIan
t, 'OrFICEK6TR0 1.18 BUILDIXtt idesdams i;: but benefactor- and friend to I that and you may grasp the Idea. The i Carroll & Clark. ''12kh St. Miami, Ffe
and 4X4 Twelfth Street
43* Court Uou e. I Florida'and her people, ready to! lift .fruit display was very fine embracingall
Opposite
100 emel lly.As up the fallen and care for those In ;
CeKPAB.ATIVE-,'--- ;DI8TAl'fCS8.' the value of this fair as aa distress LI has been his manly cus- many of the small fruits pineapples : ..,....................i.. ..i..............',..MM* 'I,
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4 hft r- ID,. advert meat the Metropolis bas treqll""Uy torn. All praise to a men like Ihts. endless variety Urge bunches of YoREE

1'" 1a.p.llt..l weal spoken but It will DOt he I and.long mar be live and have roc bananas, cocoanuu and .0 on. Manyof ::a C'S.9

.0. in.i WI_ salsa 40 again call attention to WI ,,perity in the home of his adoption on the displays ;Were artistic to a high i KINDER LOU. GA.. "
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-------t... .. _. 1t 1- .. '"- matter ind to encourage our people to I'the banki of the silvery water of fair degree, notably one la the form of a '

S ._...... .ICub-"ice ,rJ Id I' w Iasi begin sLowto 40 all they can to makes' I.Lake Worth." i i big oceanvessel named Henry M.Flagler I I Hake -. ryKinder ,,

o..e. 11.- ..,-t- \lU3 I 1M $11 the 19oi fair a till greater one ,. -o- I i and bearing-the flag of the .

'-w..tstiw J PlMri4 M1 "lilt The people of Dade county owe much Attorney R. D. Hill of Lo svllle. Miami and New York 8team hip Line. Lou Crates
fill '
cna' Id'' to the j Florida East Coast Railway Miami first mind yon. Thin vessel was ;
la
s.. ......... I has filed brief before the Court of I
F O.g. .._---+ }J- I .te cr CompMy. and to M...... FUcter and fined with all the different varieties of
554 .....(/. .. I ... .. Appeal In the Caleb Power J... In j 'thi of Chase & :I
". 1eI.. -+-- -1 Incraham particularly for the great I vegetables with hull of crate [ Harney. Miami. ;

S : I I. i I penonal Interest they nave shows InUM which he j give. notice that an appeal j j tomatoes. Dade'* greatest crop In Sell. -==:::::::::::7 :
MARCH 13, 1904. ** anniial exhibitions and for the win be takes to the United States Supreme manufactured articles from Florida I 1

1-, I very liberal expenditure. of money Court t should that court'afflrm products such a* jellies. wine, marmalade 1nderLou. OxatesLARGEST

: >Baeeball'pitcher doet think much which her have made. That they win the death;sentence of the Scott county I pickle and various condiments all over Dade County. '

of Sam cr...'* pitching device: No continue to do thin and more there Circuit Court H* allege discrimination the display was .''good. These ...... .-....i..... .......... .................. .........
weaver, for'.ib,e0o to1 pUOO Job for. can be bo doubt, but It In well that the were from regular maanfaetarles. 4 '
In summoning Juror, la that an
'.** :months'mork, are not picked tip residenU of the county begin to show located la the'county and which ship -s
; ; number of Republicans: and
+ a williagnmi to do more themselves equal their good all over the United State,
ever/ d&T-ii! Democrats should have been selected.BRUMBY 4
\ toward the maintenance of this the I and even now a small quantity abroad. STOCKFancj
S S philter draham to out In his DeS 4o grentrai of all the advertising schemes "A new department this year, and

# .eo..t7j) New JTor Dannette lit ,Mars that h* ever been or that will ever ON OUR FAR.Continaed one that met with great approval and

.- for OoT.rnoc'j Graham1* a (good ;f.l.t bedevlUid.' that was eminently successful was the Groceries, FRUITS.'S

low bat he wont know where he: cot The Metropolli i would again onesmend from ant page.) wo Du'* department Something like
I Hay Grain Feed and FertlllIers.rRtSt1 VEGETABLES
.on at rbe. time Our Gobi .pots Mr. Blackman for hi* natlrtng a thousand.plctutea adorned the wall. si

,,,. tbroug t' the West Florida farmer. and highly aoerewfal eKorta,and In the very highest yet recorded. An of this and many of them were especially i

t i. i Metropolis; I LAccortlnt name if the people of Dade county Is, the result of pact experience, of!good: while In one 1 section then was Yachting Trade 'a Specialty
"I the'
to !Mlaa1 thank ine and all who aided la making study and Interchange of Idea among j every known creation of woman'sdainty

-"thejhres MeadVl (tare deeply| eon- such a brilliant murtem of iteThere the grower la which thee annual handiwork., I am tpld this

; fersert. boat oiienty.ad are Cir- Seventand I express the hope that the fain bare been most potent factors. latter wa extra good but acre not an E. L.Brady&Co.'
"it lajre" [amount of-time aid at- '
lag ,4 Efhtll; lad. be doubly great la enlT'i Then again I* shows the good>> policy authority.

;, tentioajHowl" unwise. of them! i I First ,i pan It'll at.i of the application of builae methods "Taken a* a "bole.!the Dade County = ....

4 thlsg |( e111+l) I ow people" down f'three i i --0- to agrieaUanl pormiltm. For In every Fair I II worth going I very far to '". C3-3 LO OE33RLS.Cor. .: "

win get tolknoVUwjm; for .whai" they, : 'KING BIG C.MMS; I rue your Dade county farmer U a business and I both think and nope Its example Ph.on.e a4. :

,. St ay.4'enuoo/a/ Ne wmj 'I 'her are probably more than 'a man_ and equally.** muck so a* and Influence will pe felt In every : .A VG. ::c (.rand Two :it St. y;

; his brother the banker-and|,the merchant county In Florida, "they are particularly .
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of {' IUlltclre la Georgia Two >
:! JudginE thamount mews newspapers : .
; 'I'
1 oil And right here It might be:weD fortunate down there however In -- : -.
W ]east that remits' or th them have attacked"these-
from t .
romng fart their secretary Mr. JB. V. Blackman. '
to the latter elac; Ie.JlIalDI are I i .
ray jjj
to taUes It U : evident that thee I selvee 0 b. Heant ,booat. sad halt '
clearly! .
editor of the Homeseeker. They
,1 also pretty good farmer themMlr- may Hotel Biscayne
e ..vans writer Ifl abroad' aid {hat he M i s doze $en line spoke;kindly of LARGE PREMICM LfeT.sWo .- have some other oibcers-E expect theybaTe < L #
,' 'in' hi* Uck*|at makinghay the N win.i editor'without ommlttht don't < : .Uf. 4
tt.ta {
'
know Blackman is .
( tt;. tile premium list for'thisye btU -but j
'tb does !
'i Un t .1I.lM the whine; HamMaggtngith I mesh larger than ever tIIe'1rh"orM..and ,hi* eneru,"and Open bec: <% & J i i1st GRAHAM .
., a'taMlc ".the ende.t'._,.:ifl.'d1..1. aot.II $, II that tb.pnied, ._ of be State:t. before rva both* very'tm ladirldual and abrny are very largely responsible for to irom'r\ jf C. .v;-;-' >"' P.- ,,;Pro. :-
"
r society '
} = ., V jrl
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.. ... stated. "
teoVer to'aVake a dollaV /.' for;Huust .a The J "' "&r erAende lad
U rt r. tb. success the fair ha achieved, D T..elfth
; r 1 that le "'People and press and *9eclal premlnms. The list offend Street: I- :..
f '
.P." ,' t ot '1M State are overwhelming'fOl'Rearst would do credit to any, State. fait., In -- i I t I. !1' f!
.: 1" br.aki.g-of ground r j,yesterday! will look well In L' the country." ,+ MI AMI. .j- FLORIDA
press
tot Halcyon. Hall. MiamT maKnlflcent Third and I' think!; of very'rr'eat ; } a
eUpplD at the Hears beadgnarters. 1
'r" new hotel. .U the reallmtlon of SalemCraaam's Importance, la the, Increased Interest Palms.Overlooking .
dream. The house bat It .m probably sot 'be believed 1 I
happiest
tbere. Savannas News.Tb. shows by Lhe people tbemselves' =. .
: ,. 'win be one the'dty and the State eaa I la the matter of exhibit and U attendance. the river I
m. fUldlUoa exists In other
sore2o1.1s'sad THE PALM
ren""biPfowd $C Miam| need .) Am+I.this Increased Interest I* and'ocea'n. with HOTEL.....
sad'tk.'! States u In Georgia The fewHearst ; good '
boa-ding house I boosters.. la State '-left show also by the army of visitor to and board CORSIB f
:5 'erection of 'Macro*'Hall is but! the this are the rooms at AVMCK: Bj ,
whom the display IB nature .
loud are j AKDUnSTBKKTj
shouter
0Yf'I'I" from the Bryan reasonable j
"f' Bret; of.other hotel, that must neceeaairfly -1 of a revelation, most especially to rates. \ er'
vi tM last two eamp.lgne. They w .
q' '. follow 'b 1'oreLtoar1ata., eaa ;glad makin ,p'' In soles and 'nerve. what those on their first visit who acme J.| McCodum proprietor. GUS A. 'MULLER., Proprietor? -
required accommodation.hereInk lotion ,
,,1M ; don In the preconceived that
ds, j ii they In numbers and sagacity: 7UtetUO per day and Special week
T. r Their modesty however does not Florida produces largely and ;Walnlysandj Be di St* Deft** }1e., menial men.up.Large Sample per Boom and to Com.' e
.. ejf, .the dlference. In Mll- mosquitoes and ,' and ,
k
a aillgstore '
stand a the way ot their claiming.veryt .
!
tag. that ,the people live on fish In the I t I*. O. Box. 41T. ,- MIAMI FLL.
bowtag
;
: I summer and Yankees In the wister: Take the Twin-Screw Sea Going I
are 1CS or ITS newspaper .
: jdeesvly la '.tflaml the sue shone bright, led "I was more than pwUy'1ID1II'-' .
sj. 4 publlsl la Florida: perhaps a doses i i Launch
and UMsprite. ......r.t.re., .. typical. of themselves'f with the Intense personal interest ...- Sapphire I ,
or nftien have attached
.. A gentle bVeete blew and life'vu 'played by )(t..Flagler Mr. Ingraham EOT the king4ahinggrounds,or for
to the Hearst boom, bat that does not The Peacock
y'y'b :
.. and worth U,.... View the.,two and other oBdal of the East Coast any point ot intercut in these Inn.
Imply that Florida has .
: water, Accommodation for :30. .
'ptabtre* hue drawn and then realise' railway. The very first vWUVr on the .
been c iptured for Hearst. In charge of those familiar with
why'It Is' tbousaods of peopl. opening day was Mr. Flagler himself '
that
Mor. than there I the best be
that not fishing grounds May
I"b flock to: the Land of Flower ml'7; least li oubt but that the Hearst boom who came 3 at sunrise and during chartered for any length of time TN2BA"i: at COCOANUT GROVE
vfater. t i each day was continually In the bulldmg to boat
t Is st 1 ood tide In this State right by applying at Royal
CI : and whose. Interest was oa1eqaaI1ed Palm dock or by addresaing The most'Svetherly Hotel on ..iIlIaI.1uC -
'' now. and that many of those who bar.bees ef the T
'Weeder .. J. M. Barns win accept the' bi his knowledge of the value t.I&a.. ,
so over hasty..In declaring for,: Joust Baellf'te1d, Owcr.'
challenge et 'Fraak Clark1 to discos and Importance of the fair to the Individual
him 11 take It CUISINE UNEXCELLED. wim'
allbackwhentkerjwhat' '
t t tot moniiiu
..i) 'that'A; Vf! *-W.tona ct. before; the| learn manner of man he Ia.-r! grower and how meek It addei Box 63. Miami Fla. wuff.

'people\otJacksoajlUe\;; It would: be Penoacpla News. .... : : F. SCHXElDERd: SOJf. Proprietor. '

\ ;fuwytf hedU.4"t ICs dollartodomclinlit I c. I :
,IL t. *' .. don+L Clark seams .\.to I. TUB: BENEFACTOR. 1 "I ., j' l I Itie. S_

.:; hare liras Q';la the' air way rap I : P..' .'pp {ER l cue I ***> ,

> If thaw Jails keep psalm away;at The''Lakeland :
Sun,way over towardsthe'
\ Port,Afttur Osar Klchola* will get ... Oulf Coast ha these good word j. r ,jS-t.e..i.r. .....-NtJ.a.) The CentrallvLocatea\

,shoes ..tuning Jolt ....lt..* done to ayjfor the Cast Coed Miami, sad Undertakers and Embalmers !:: :
5
commander1! *
g lad another military. win the maa who made It what It la: ,

'<'q.hem.Tim.. ... ..;... | oM cry to still going this round 4lJ-11tb Street Phone 25. &
,' IS .. .. frofnHorBm
.... '.
that .Mr. H. M. ,FUgtor to him mm **ammammana jr s

'ii trk of a series of bearing f to mean*j and Inlaeae* to elect; .certain i Pioneer
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... detemUae the character of law ._ QllcI1d.- There are of course some ;

"" easary tor'the canal none on the Isth- peopli:Who are betltWen.of. u.e..faIa', j

1. ..* of.Vans>iea" won held test SatnrdV report Mr. Flagler'':, having as little A Short Trip Abroad via P. & 0. Steamship Co. RATES$1.00 TO' $>t.y PER DAY

at Washington[by the House.Committee to do, with the politic of Florida as Hotel Corner Avenue B and tub slyest

1' oa Interstate and FereJgn Commerce. ur man within tile lion",of the yi

"F PresidentCalker e< Cana ::; to a benefactor and has done l mil' ab f "MIAMI, FLA.

III""OIt.j saldl!ii hat laws lie! 'got- *' :; advance" Interest of the tk i

10 eniag at,,1Ma.t 78.009 people ,would' txiginary lair$ of Florida'than any hundred $25'50}Who. at Se.,{I.Nassau f
Tr.astiw.(f at srntltft
'' aid : .
; gave the cpmmitt* H. has bulided .- ; tsIa.Cx v

;f '..ggeattona as to the ,character of law: fin l ,tell and baa brought ..millions l atNA53AU l

he. Utoogbt would be;;requlre& of ,. 1l. among us\: many of whom AWO' r' AND RETURN

't -- ; : have Become permanent residents: we' 2 1-2 DAYS, BOARD at the HOTEL OILONIAL I The .. View ol tile Ben.

; : FraaktU editor ofthe| Pe*>| say through his energy and influence! Accoa.iwd.tle.s rust CUM.
:.* aaepta Joaraal.---: himself' :t these hlng* have been brought about. fiRST TRIP. MARCH 2171 SECOND TRIP MARCH 28.i.v .

mdldate for delegate to they aatkma'DemoeratJc'eonveatlon -n entire East Coast of'Florida.lackaoavttle : Lv Miami Mond. 3OO p-m. Mch 2 1 < Miami Mend. 3:00 p.m. Mch 28 .

":" from uhe Thin frost| to points south of Ar _... _.0:3Oa.m.Mct> 22j jAr Nassau.T_ 8:3Om.. Mch 20 Bay Vicvy D. Me Conolly Pro
transformed Lv Nassau.Thur. 3:00 o.m. Mch 24' Ly Nassau.Thur. 3:Xp.m.. Mch 31 ,
x 'togresdenai District aad j sromls* Miami. ha been from awash Ar Miami.FridaI'.0:00 sum. Moh 25 tAr MlamU Friday.8KX a.m. April I .
that If'.....' he will advocate thaitnlaaUonV < > Into a PwIouaatr7.j I IAt --- erns
; k P1IUi1'R. H....... MiVare { fo:{'.tile hahltatJoe of ( classes j .llrat Th_Passenger thps wm As be;.ntef personally the P. A eon O. fte Acted.m.hlp by Mr.Co..Frank who will M. Jolly.remain Trav-with Hotel. Ned l. Terra.a.' Pit; .

!. prfiti'-. of tile1. best pe. H. has made It possible. to' make ;*:-na-r.. this* and*do':"rCIr-for tKU their ter comfort.l.ht4n and plva.ur and fortneipa o..pesite Deyjot.
lowest first class kooc>mfnodaUon. aooard 'shTp'and'lat tn."b iauuV il and *.-
and here and
dues there that
'::'" pen m llarwa.. an] an"J.t e. anything | j jare. .,eervaOky famous Hotel Cotonls.1. T
fir He" on the wroagtraekVhwi ,1 i credit-to any country* he ha*
JohnetxCrtcltet: ,Miami na
be;" :
For reservations apply to C. E. Aa-ent. Royal' Palm. Miami
__ .
: Fault to,a food fellow. so jaM i i jor the erection of magnificent __-4- r"fA
; { 4 I C. 1.. MYERS. Manager \ HAFER. Traffic.Ac.nJackeon'lIle. .
tempie of worship that are styled to laE.111.
; )him aleeg.i. .i.-a,; f ;I f |
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I HOTEL ARRIVALS.
for All Purposes., I J I

r H. M. KING I I 1 ideal"
l 1 PALM HOTEL I

Funeral Director and Embalmer. J. M. Robb Leslie 8. D.; R. L. "The .

IJOO AVENCB IKfifmpl I I Kelly. HsmUton.. Canada; A. 8. Fro .
sad wife Merrlllen. Wis.
AtteathM to T.......... or T.lephmi,* Calls.

PIONEER- Dry Goods, Miilinsrij; nd '
J. L Welter Rochester N. T.; W. A.
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T Bates, Jacksonville D. D. Powell Ladies Outfitters.
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Patton traTellini freight
THe Charl'1 i
I Miami Mrs. L. Coleman Crystal
Mary Clothing
and psjwoger scent for the Burlington
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.MIAMI. Atlanta Run N. T.; B. H. Rousseau, Boynton, .
Route, with headquarters In ,
I is in thedtJ.'' Fla.; C. B. Mayberry. Boynton Fla Sale ", of
.FLA. Mares Ii, 1104.MAU.SCSSDULL : v ,
a
I BHH BBiMi t Mrs J. D. Palmer of Fernandlns. BJ8C.\TNICe. Fine serge suits $S 50 to $10 00 1v

with two dsachters is a peat of the Q. Tou..,, New York; Mrs:' Herbert Fine worsted." 7 50 to 10 00

Biscayne Hotel. Mrs. Palmer to largely W. F. Lady New York; J. Hunter AD wool pants 1 25 to -450 I

;Arrlv* from th* North Interested In real estate about. Cutler. New York; W. S. Darts and wife,, Wash pants : 75 to I 50 4 .

:0tifoi Galveston. Te .j Mrs. Haaley son. and I Odd coats : l00to' 300

7:00p. Mr. C C. ChUIincworth. the well- nurse, Galveston, Tex.;_ G. Charles I DOTS knee pants a.
th* NorthWEATHER Baton, Mau. H. i. 50c grade at<, . .3%
wife
IsIs Drooet ;
known West Palm Beach attorney' and
u:3s per. 75c grade al.{. . .59c
the city to-day, having business before Sutton, Jacksonville; D. C Brown,
t:9g I.a. l00cradeaJi..6'c
.. the Circuit Court .Cutler: W. O. DeB<
t Beach; H. D. Temple. Washington. D. .

.: _'INDICATIONS.._ i JDr. L. T. Towasend. of Boston, who .C;.W. L Metcalf..West Palm Beach; Cohen's. Are receiving New SpringGoods ia an line has terse real estate Interests In Miami Charles R. Sergeantson. city; : R. W. :
'Washli gtontJtataraa : |For eastern Florid:: daily: Call and inspect the
,; Spring Styles, something -
aid other portions of Dads county, baa Hill. Hackensack. N. J.: R. J. Stock-

< cooler IB central and south arrived to spend a snort time here.Mr. heimer. New Tort: Carey A. Moore. .r new every daI just reUrned from e

1 portions Tuesday faif. Baltimore; O. C Kinsman wife and New, York and am prepared to. show the
iastmai 4*,.. ...**... U J H. L. Preston of the Fruit and Powers you
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. IL W. fruits of mjr trip. '
j **V 73.v4J of New York, ta la the Fail
1 ** f ** Produce News
. Decatur Ill; 8. A. Seelye. Atlanta. I II ,
city today aDd will look around Ga.; A. J..''Legg. Savannah 'Ga.; Mrs. v ailr

I among our growers until Thursday, J. D. Palmer and two daughters Fer- r ,
when he call for Havana. '
#TOWN TOPICS. I expects to Bandlna Flat.; William M. Brown.Tltnivllle. ,
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Fla.LEGAL. ,
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Mr. C L. Hobbs came down from V5S

1. JOSPEL..iEETINGSo"Dr.. 4tlamGestr' I Fort,Landerdale on a flying business PAPER3 FILED. .t : ....

.- : of Chicago will begin a trip to-day.' He to engaged la some Deed from Fort Dallas Land Company !1.-" : ,
j
Of Gospel .meetings ;'In i;, tent farming operations at that place and to Susan Cash, lot, 15, block f 2.Mlanl ... r
to the outlook very favorable
his evening at 7.3O! o'clock I : eonUna report for $:d0.
One In that section. throoghsIweek, ,, two,** -vieei rrupe E. P. Alexander to South Island
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-* day aftaraooa! nrd'...eel. All Company,. sundry, tends In Dade
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and children
Mrs. C E. McMallea
> Invited to. ktUfKJj: ;! I left tthls morning for Lakeland(, where, county. | \ 'BusiNESS, LOCALS. \
I __ South Island Company to A. A. W90iiI DOUGLAS
!' they will remain for a few weeks, and ilitliC .
io- Boggs. tends $.,000. ..
sundry
} CANDIDATE.
'ANOTHER for the sula-
north .
.
then probably go '" .
fa Metropolis Kt..taa; IXimanss: Mortgage:|A> A-JBoftgi\ and wife tot FOR' SALE' AT A BARGAIN. ,, :
:( -
koaaees that b* to a eaadidai beth -If "\ ... CConverse.. IUOW.S t
met.Mrs I Forty.aer* of land upon rock 310
'' upper end 312. Twelfth
cotalti'g primary election; for \ R a Houston'wtre of the cit; Satlsfsctioa ;of !mortgages .Dad. road to'Cbeoanat. Grove for sale at a w .! Street." :

":pC1ce of1az'| .AJSSSSOT' for Dad. editor of the Metropolis, arrived+ Satsr County Serarlty Company'to W. J.Gautier. .
barsala. Only about,} two mires' from
ti Hr: IXImaale. to uM'' tlY. div'aigktand l ; Ilk all.othernewrwnen .I ;lot 15. block 39. dty.; ..Inquire of PrIce A Canner, attorneys -
i dry-foods mercbaat of thi* to Miami .. delighted 4lth.th< | Homestead! cerUAeaU to the heirs of
for the estate of Wai. Fisher. .
father was Tax: Assmsnr. {rf St.a'a .' rtty. Mr. and lira. Honstoa wfll oven !JMBM. C Klngsleyi lots 4 aad 5. *eeZt -.--., 14' 1 kid

eoaat for many years apt 'asasstotaaj 1'1& portion of Mr. B. B. Tatum's's refit and lot 2 of lee; 17. tp. 40. R. 4X.l ,

'Xlmaales becam*. 1 Deed: Cora A.Pnreell to B. F. Good- v -
Mr. deac oa. Thirteenth street Headquarters Wily ueert-. traits, I' .
liar wttaj the duties of this bfifce,: win, lot 7. block M, Pleres's division ste. at Wllsoa a ""'L T .. 4 t

'e-'eater/ 'the -race''wltbi other j :Mr. H. A. DeB<
than his /ladlrldaal popo-i la the city for a few days the gne:* between Frank GaTIatt Psirabl MIce rooms for rent In- i 'L-;

; of his sons, the Messrs. DeB<
I' this place. Mr. A Berry to a typiesrepreseatative Deed: James Wood to Mrs. W. C

FISHING I of the good old North1 Temple' tends In gee 1*. tp.,53. R. 42. .; Smith Resttarant. opposite posy .
tUTn.E TESTERDATj- fflce; best Meals la towa.. Short or
few parties were oat Ssbla$ But, and to thoroughly enjoying thoeompaalonshlp $500.Sattofaetloa. sera a ipedaltr.; Board and rooms by ne.Btlt foods FIlst-Mass (ooi. 4Qaq' 9oioIC
of hto sons and th of mortgage: Ralph day *r .week. | y
mad ;
and its reports were --I rvfo.V
5 .
of them.' To-day tea* Meal ; beavtlea of BlamL ; Maaro to Jamot' ,-owa. lot 14 )...- RESIDENCE: FOR RENT-OR SALE. :
.
AJIQICA-
;aad then at..its a asjabsradvaatag roes pfd LSOO. No. W : .. I
NEW RIVER TOMATO GROWERS.j i iI Eighth street 17.
-... ) Deed: J. R. Anthony et aL to W. C. .
of. ;, th* to ItHkls I i ---- 1la'fJla' d. part of lot 11. block lit. . .. T. .I . I I I T I I I . 1
; their tack with th* anay tribe List and Acerag la This Famoot We ... Teaaessee; rream la an our .
that ther* will lie some! good Vegetable Locality. : Miami belt SO by CO feet for $-+.000. lei cream and also bar the plain ..
'
i made.to day.' j 1The 1- Yorkpublishes BAKER CASE STILL ON. .cream-oa IDle at the Biscay Drag .
Fraltaiaa's Guide of Flew
i .
.. I .
,, Company. JUHoteU
".
,
j / tbe following from Fort \
TEN PER CSNT..Orrl] The Bass of the Stats vs. Thaddens "

:t local bsaM have agreed W ...- Lauderdale' : Baker, which was began la the Circuit and famine eau Ivy ...111.. 4i
;,
.
t eoanty warraata at tea] per oeM The New River (or Fort Laaderdale Court yesterday' Is still oa. TIle endear Tennessee cm.at: Biscay Drat : .:,

who haven air moaey* eomla section! bonanza season out Company. 14] I
i : [ toenaIcrap Is an in. and the.attorneys have 4
\ea'i,from tbq !itousty"mss; three.asorpt of Its this sssoa. The beea msklng their arguments to the r.
i 'M best oa the!Idoilar or growers, with their acreage, are a* follows Court and Jury this aftemooa. If you want lee eream that.Is good i '

tbe Treasurer has finds lot"dmIa. : J.dp'i William Marshall ill sod par tar It of tM Blseayne Dna IQUARmMAN. J
[ antfl '
; This to the 'effect of the acres: Dr T; I.I I Kennedy ,11: A.t J. BOO .DEPn'WANTED.Appl7 ,Compaq/,: They. M* Tennessee,cream. BURDINE &

which prevent the- ,county Wallace.; '. W.i'Neely. S: M. Hydea. to D. R. Knight Little River.Fla. lU .

i paring .as'''; cent 'Interest oai 5; L W. Kelly.' I;1 Wright Shackelford.S 170 't!
Mla CauenatoIT .r
which. to meet eipeasea.THE : Young 4 Harts. 12; H. Powers! ; !Music
i with Franklin Cnlamaa Bash, ttf
: director.
K. C;oodwta. 11| Fred Fisher (; B. '
i 1 f Twelfth street egg .
RswllasV 4; L. H. Bryaa. I; a A. .
NEW COCRT-HOVShV The Pompano Inn V I
Dasher. I; i. W. Braddoek: I: R.|D.Raalersoa. .
Fare Tsaaeaw sale
palat.'tb.low
of tram oa at
,work' > 5; N. H. Braduork. J: W.Bin. .
baa bees j-,a.te4.ItM. | r... McCo 6 BtenayM Drag Compaay. 141
Prorktor
U; M. Holiy,.4; J. L E..Raalersoa }
sad
rapidly cradM
atw sad thwhol| belac* aarroaadlftci Bro.:3s: S. A. Moors. 4; W. R.11I. -. Pompano, Florid. oseaI.e has west their .u.- Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Beautiful and Artistic' I

people 4; ....-. 4: Carl MaJdoi.} I: meats m Seth the DsUv sad Weekly Me- Neckwear also the
bait made attracUT,1! The largesfdeakrs iaNorelties| '
I King A Smith U; J. i Farrow, IS;; B. I trapvhs wintplesM FMMSrter that H ,
'the county are an prood;of their Accoannodatkms. for win take Souvenir and '
-.. I. A: Cromartto. I; Joe Miller. 4: C FlUpatrtck. : gentlemen u fcOOT ST. foe Mck: ssfier. Sporting Goods. Complete line "
J I.i only. Produce beivers and *o- gash vast -=-... aU IIOdcaa.
I OUTer BrT W XI 1 D. :t of School Books. Polite and
,r ; 1 J f I I ;- a. : I licitorm win find that they 'can capable service.
t' -
Berry. I; H. C. KlltOll.l; Row; Bros. cover more territory ia a day. --- -

a'OR. ..!lNllDtaSa'sPERSONAL IS;, Fields Bros. I; ...,. Taeker.I I I from here. thaa from .., oikerpftiat ,

MEliTIOIt i'I\ ; Kralf A Kerver. S; J. L. Priest I; t: W the line., : Sale.
-
UcQnamto A Rossle. t: A. T. Nsle4c: I; For

-\ N N e e Kso eio c Archibald A Brarken. 11 This farm Fist Auxiliary; Yacht Burdine & Quarterman

l y4.; George'
)Palm.Bearb. laiD th* city attendteanrt. The tersest growers on the river are I z
.
.. / W. H. Marshall with 45 acres of tomatoes Twelfth Street. 308.
( 36fto a., 31 w. I.. 13 ftlC m
'1 -----L-: ; Osceola Fruit and Vegetable Hotel.AkwiMMle 3<) ill'd ran fat. 6 U. p. MianosenjrineL '

D. Mitchell of Jnpiur b! down Company, with' M am of tomatoes, ; ... Faq} inventory. Will ,

DC court as a witness jia the sad Bryaa. Oliver A Barrett with! 70snws Springs Orange Cove f UI ..acrifice, for abb. I

er 4." .. of tomatoes.j i, he ideal spot d.riDgMarch I ,and t. COOK. H :

The H = -4
April. Altamonte i the Royal Pata
editor OF SEA ROUTES.-
&H. O. Hoastoa. city of theo QUEEN! r most beautifully located, complete D4launch !

basjwea' Indisposed today.to :Maalgflcea dees-draught: steamshipsof and attractive hotel in interior1 I I
.sushi. perform, his. duties ; Fla. Surrounded by tall I
,
i the lack of 7oeal ...... the Merchants and Misers' Transportation -:' pines, bearing orange groves,
.
Company, between 8aftD d. : beautiful lakes and Sovely home.5t For Sale. _: --- ;, A
Baltimore ... Philadelphia direct: feet piassa. : 4> acre iagrounds. : r
few ------
John 8ewn to tpeadlac a ----
Fine nfaboraav finished half .
!WlU. Send for illnotrated
at the Palm! Beach braaca' of the Only two days at aea. Also dally booklet Ceo. E.. Bate Owner cabin et1.eing. : Unnch. 35 feet R. J. FECK .. *.,BAILS, .

i ;tj oha.Bewrtl ft Brother. togs from NortjJk to Boston tatYrovideocq. and Proprietor. (Summer resorts loaf,t Copper fattened.. Every 0
rail, pee
Rat cheaper than Bailey.
.r The Grand."Mont Vernon N.H.DYSPEPTICIDE. convenience; toilet 14 h. p. 'i
ewa slct passenserof "or further InformskloB. choice state.* Daimler motor plash cnsh'too ...MOTS iglrbr.a 4.

'the Oeorcia jSontb>ra sad 'room re.rttaetc: call oa Rl C, anJ Address curUias,'perfect, condition.: YACHTS.. LAUNCHES SAIL & ROWBOATS

'pi ..,. (Jacaioa jne.. to .a ,..,. Coal Agent:jot W. Bay' street' ', s Overhauling and Repairing. Marine .

.. dq tear a few ..,..t ""icksosvflle." I' IT*. s .., TIM ave I"Mt alii to OIGCSTION. La.acb.are Mdie..6. 7011 ATUUK D ,- RaBwav.lIAMI,1rL t ,

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< SHE CLEARED 'PILE. 4 THE fOPtXISTS IN 1904. NEW LAWS \n)MEN HAVi _. \S.I I ; '


Paittl, Ei i- T ir of (vc I'Lite-1 l' '." t'. Wa h ,-t-ion; Post.) To be Framed for-the Panama OralZone. I 'GrapefrUIt ad Orange Tre1

{ StalesFrom t.'r )I". '''i: ""I." ", t l..i" .- .,; t th.- I'oact| :: party. Many of Them Now Engaged In Advertising ,

j --- ., :,- \ .' :iual 1 i't-ok'B Party Buboes
.. .. "'" h.BKton, Magee 13.-The HOJI-/I I, r-.... -!< O R S U
( tlAdelit. New York-Tim- ) 1 ,- M I, !i- .f the Hat ru.Tilista.l ,, 311-11 P I, A NT INI
il.at she l Coma liter on Interstate and For;",
Pj"t :un oaS haven
rrunion and
d )
l'i\- !
r. > a
ai t.i( i1.e List
will go IlIuu<- a.JBlj!{ to ties Vo-k t .to nun j tare a tu-1..1 this! Relat ns have begun series of hr lla. "a'a..al tpt tale (... D..la.iag reset reaJv a large:; t- p\: <,f \\vH-jjrown
it..iti clean huiK) feet of
I to ttyr!, ,
4 mjikst
5 v.trictwa
take patieg England. Sb? ....,s 1 / unden.tandlllgHt tngs t determine the character of thelegia1 s.d Ub.t.ua tttraetla..ade spproi ,
--r. w -h I''n lemon
".Ielo Vier.re..4 i on roujjh:: -.tock \\"rtt! for price I'-t.;
+lIed all her a"nl!- .. ; lion (or the government; of t!* f (
abe h" rao ng too" )1.11 1'd"lII'| ball be namedI 1 \\urda. I For fall an-J inter plant; <; \1 e will have 75,000I
Now after Mme. Pg i &I' 'Ul1 in canal stone on the Isthmus of Pat,atria.
li fiat
i that th'r. hail) bo no alliance or I clan l"inU on rough: lemon, grapefruit End sour
t a forty concerts in a tour t at ut.ndpdover : tug i>n with any otVr party. Rear Udmlral Walker, president o( the 1 p A red poster advertising kltchenware I i iwiiicn i I roots for which we hook orders"'now. Correspondence

about five months. be manage It U u3i ult at thjis tine to estimate Canal Commission, dli cussed the earn is attn aix>ui UM io4uiry agouti. I j I solicited. -
lUclf apart 25. situation from many lotereatlr.gvaui- ucal.ls tae ..or. ut .vcic.nu a cocaluUtir ,
Bent of the tour finds t!h' (r.:.Ath tha' nrjay be mustered by !! )
10 or l..i ea;. ptatti&d a WINTERHAYEN NURSERIEJ
> > see )
000 i-r. Not <0 the p Ima donna. thin or,auiiatiioD. .'..11141..1/1 has little poinU. Admiral Walker remark'1 .
..
AJI auuii ;ram. "ii via tl. .au.CoI.r ant
She, will carry back, to htr caxtle InR'a1n I that he anticipated no trouble r !.*'- A. )( KLI } }
; j strength today In the States that were an tbfcluli oiivr. and iiis ilealn in the UI. Prop. Winterhaven. Fla;
the !beat little sum! Of $200.000. I normally Republican before the Populist ever from ColombIa. I Doer war left lI-r alas >st a i hout E.c&ui I

probably the ewiesta fifth of a million upheaval in In!. Kansas. X" '- ;I The liquor question was injected into j Her career la Aments throi s.lId.Icbt

singer; ever made. Having decided I bra>ka. Colorado end other Western the discussion by a remark of the ion: the possibilities fur a bright and am-

to cat bet tour short by seven or'eight States have returned to the Repnbllr ;; Admiral that the principal revenues I bilious young woman In (New York J. A. ,
Robbins
say the Sun. 1 I Co'Ia.rnes8
l concerts, she to now on her way from can ranks. In the1' south and southwest '' would bum from licenses of eating She came here an entitle stranger: &
to New York and houses and saloons. He was askM :at !
Hot Springs Ark. I the conditions are radically dlf- went to the Young Womesj's! Christian J

will(arrive here tomorrow morning. remit There the Populists were ,II j one U it was necessary to grant liquor association and there, secured employment cvncl C1A1'r1AnepQ.Rory. '

AJ man in a position to know allabout drawn from the Democratic ranks, and privileges. He' replied very positivelythat as secretary of an bid!ladles'home. -

pie pay that singers receive saidyesterday I I there I* still a wide breach between j I It was; that the laborer of tie From there she went to be governess fors .t
,< that probably no five singers tropic* all used alcoholic beverage, little &irl.lud afar that went Into a
the Demo-Populist of the Bryan is
publishing house in which: she had Quality remembered ;Hong after is
price
'in'America, even Including the brightest school and the old-line Democrat I... that It would be Impossible to ob- charge of sending out the firm' advertising ,

aY, jaC Mr. Conreid' stars j had mad This to reflected In the opposition In I or retain laborer for this clawof literature and helped make up the forgotten. '

as:>sca money: as Mme. |Patti since a number ol southern stator to till work If the saw of liquor wa pro* little literary magasine published by the .1<\

.I ah.1 gnu. her first concert last falL nomination of Graver Cleveland b) hlblted. He said, however, that they i house. Quality Makes: theBargain.:

With her year her Judgment In [making the Democratic convention in 8tLouis. were not hard drinker, consuming She showed a natural bent for this .
I sort of thing and with this .
slight
-
f I contract ha Increased, and the Mir peer ud' light wine ,on her em plover's recommendatton. preparation .41x 2trois iith Swot. _, ;_ ., t..mL-

.ae! under!which she came to this Democratic I leiders from Texas Missouri Speaking' the clam of labor that she was accepted as advertising .sr

country this seanon to the' beet-from and anumber of southern state It would be nsremry to employ IB the manager of the kitehenware factory .

f her.standpoint-eh* has ever signed. all agree that the nomination cT Ur. construction of a canal Admiral Walker There she quickly proved her ability to We do not wish to boast but we have the
The $25,000 lost was not lost by Robert said that the black from Jamaica make useful her opportunities.
Cleveland or any other old,line Democrat ; Cheapest and most artistic line !
Last winter law
a was passed requiring -
Gnus. ;j'He to the visible "manage'ssent" for the pl'MldeDq"oa14 cans undoubtedly ,were the best-fitted clam barbers to put la water heaters Instead oft
but there were other behind. that could be obtained la the vicinity
a revival of Interest and .strength In of alcohol stoves She had three

Lately though the men behind, havkt the populist party; that would, be a. 'of the canal': sons There were not days In which to prepare and mall S.OOO u

..: g ,toms to the eondualon. that chef menacing factor to Democratic Mecca 'enough of those laborer, Including the letter to the barbers. New Torn. 5o iirs 1 I

t I had suak.!' aomga shekels Ia Mm In State that are now [considered 1 blacks which'could be taken from the Again the bead of department Informed -

,Patti;e:managed1 to disconnect themselves Democratic strongholds. Texas would I Southern State) to prosecute: the work her that he was about to changethe
design of the sink
manufactured
I from the Impresario sad be has 'after It once lot under.,. Coolie labor by in
of coursego..Democratic la spit of the Brm. and she must devise some town. Souvenir Postals, 2 for?;5 cents '
;bean going It aloes any split in the party but the same assurance I from China and Japan would haveto scheme to get rid of 1.009 sinks of the ,

# A fact that few have known thus far cannot: be given for Missouri i be bronchi over for thla work. He old pattern la the stockroom. Three FORT '
NEWS
'si that Robert Gras when he made where the anti-Cleveland sentiment to estimated that the maximum number of months later there were only a dose DALLAS CO.,

:. tfile contract with Mme. Patti agreeing represented by the old Bland Democrats I men needed would be between !10.000 of left alL of the she 1.000.has been And last fortnut and greatest .' Imu tpposttl totaOo F. C. EMB.IGHT, Pro '
so .
to
u
deposit of 140,000 did not and 40,000. Other person who ;would a
to put Q a and ls probably stronger than U achieve that ambition of the advertiser,
,have' the money M .....; B* went any other State. In, the Cnlon. It to I come with theee laborer would Increase f the originator of a catch phrase tile

''"".b0W7. : made the -agreement this feeling that I* responsible t,for theseatmeet the population of the cone tot one which adorns her scarlet posters.Hr KEROSINE:FNGINES.

rid then act U work to obtain some In tile South la favor of __ 0,000 and 70,000 population. duties Illustrate the things that
,
Tears.. He prevailed oa some The polIce'' force to keep women are doing In the advertisingworld \
some presidential candidate: who to sotPIIDI1' necessary '
-of wealth to advance $25,000. With hostilel to either' of the factions order on the Isthmus. Admiral Walker to-day. Their invasion bas been :; ..St :md Reliable Pour '
swift sad for the same reason that ad.-
4 MUM PatU'i ssst, they were' able In the West [land' South that participated suggested, should be organized similarto mand for women has risen In all sorts for ADParpOHt;;

... withdraw Jtogeth I 1..4 lit Iir. In the pseudo) alliance which that of an American city. One hundred of Uses-benu..l ol the home women. '

Oraa paddle kit I own;I eaaos. proved no disastrous to the Democrat men at ant would be sufficient Advertiser calculate that M per cent N No bf meet Reiurei

.....' the'' 'prtma doss reached la 13* and WOO.The but this number would hare to be In- of Is everything that goes Into the home r No Water CoosiBd. '

1Iot Springs Art, she had finished a voting strength of the Populist ereaeed to perhaps 100. A court of woman purchased advertisement by women.writer.Hence the No Electric BattcrJ. [, No
week of vuryf'nllmj aiteedanemi la three each ..
Judge, to separately,
to mi nnknosrn quantity at this time.Ii Women are the authors of all sort of
Y Chicago.' Indlaaapotta, and Louisville 1S9S the party potted t4LM7 votes, with the right of appeal to the full catch phrases seen wherever there areadvertisements. The best on the

the people wen not so aaxloa to. hear the combined Populist and Democratic bench, wa advocated Down amid the burly power
W voica M the stager' Ud her manager that Sanitary arrangetneats. which !'In- burly of Nassau street to the once of n for all purposes. Call at
vote for being larger, by
year
thought they iboald have ;.... I than th vote laISM. eluded the aanlUUon of the cities of young woman who to the! advertising office and era mine one in op
SS.OM votes Bryan
final the toke I .. .. representative of ClIne magaslnea. She tion.; All sizes; from one
,Th concerts tk l coos were and about tt.000 larger than the Panama Colon he Mid, would -
prepared for her' post by l three years-
1 place; tu,Louisiana and Taxaa.tk Bryan vote (of 1XM. There I* I nomethod'of doubUdly be placed ta the hand of a work U the New York advertising i I sIXty horse power.: ,I'nccs"on application., ;$

} ;; .r e. where Mm.,-"t att has not:bees 'I separating the|'Democraticaa4 pedal committee of member. of ;the of a Chicago newspaper.. '

Lori*!! before,! the Impresario hoped to- Populist"voU* In those two sec- commission, the regulation to be:enforced One of the most notable chance*of re- MIAMI FEINTING. Agents, ;

-** sake np what he had lost mad hare a loss owing tb tile fusion arrangement.a by a separate fore of officers; esnt years In the advertising'world ha VfJ:mT J'lor1da
:: JttU. left But he aammonedV No the local been tnasformatloa of .the old ?:
over.' was it to also llfleult t 'teII what pore trwbleiW-[ governments stick-tike .PI'". In clothing and fashIon -
> 'the diva; and J jaotlfted Oat ale of the two etttoa and thejsanl-
y tkw of the t vote .secured by Mr.McKlnley I "advertisements.graceful 1A. --.
'
roaU pref**!to cancel all the remata- were Democrat who had sty officer* to anticipated by the Admiral. young: wcman .110. .uadled art I fat .

'x :tog date She did not demanl the been temporarily, drive ,from their In Bass of riot or unusual die*' Cooper Institute has had a band In this *** ;... Aa

'tamfnirt1"*! but she nd she .would' pert by Brrantom. With.a Democratic tnrbanee .b* believed the Panama government traasformatiun. She went to Chicago pA
and became .
like It better .that w.,. Mr. ,'Orau candidate the could be relied;upon to. aid connected with eagrav-
acceptable party
: lag house. Then she went Into n big ,
i m the country, tt to probable that the the police fore of the strip and he millinery concern as Its advertising '

E'' that coming election would mark the final ale deemed advisable to have at agent One of her. Ideas was n periodical Rates.

'E-, cam' I cous-- pasting of th* >Populists. With a candidate least aGO American troop or marine the organ of the house, which she Clubbing

F ';i ton --the who Would be antagonistic to permanently stationed on the sons I II edited and made the design for. "
herself however So weessfnl were her Ideas that In
io'dlere. he said -
and the These were -
the Democrats of the West and South I .
.
she
II III year found herself back la New
was "abo.t'th at I. ,
.manager same tile the result might.be/ a sporadic revival., I not good policemen. with a larger field opening before
+ eel cl heri.r as It bat tile end el la tougrees'lonil districts Th )possibility smuggling wa tile
political t beraya !designer for a great adver-
:this OM. Mares Maye 4Ireete4 hertour freaks like *tmpsoa. Pennoyer. Lenta discussed at. some length by the committee -j I',Using acency. She draws women,swell, Thejpcople/ of Dade County will want all the news I
tW u.. and .. came oa behind. and PetUgrew. but so conclusion was reached. j( stunning women-baclt.la street
this year as it is to be an interesting one because .
-
But she, the far.erIng barons Admiral Walker did tot anticipate any dress In carriage and reception gowns.

went bosses she; loon, with a TALK FROM A'CRACKER. trouble In this connection stating that 'They wear their clothes well,and makeevery ] of the elections.
woman who sees them desire to
." .. .arse -. bee A native floridlaa ha written the there wile so wagon .road even across ,go and do likewise. "

: -F following to I the Ocala Banner: the isthmus, and that It would be Impossible Another woman artist becam.ao'aueeII8IaI State

ML Florida being the oldest, to both the to Import goods from foreign in her advertising designs that National anddCounty U

oldest-and the newest of tM. State countries, Into ,the strip for later re-j; one of the largest agencies In the country i I

-. .. light hoar' i laws are Ignored nr Practically undeveloped she to the key ahlpmellt! lain ,the United State freejjof I was organised to exploit her Ideas I i, '"

v. those: tireless. I Uttto workers-Hr.I to the new world development Partisan duty to an extent to be commercial-jj!j I and she was made vice president For 1 I '
several years her work hu been MM -
j Fin*. Minion* are politic alone can retard u. ly profitable.INVALUABLE. I II throughout the country.--- i The MetropolisHas

an.= af&at... day cur- We are our own makers. Florida to I Her designs combine artistic Idea ,

"\ lag UUoosnesa Cbestip.,1r .- essentially ipsmwpolltaa. FOR ttHEOMATISX.I and suitability to the subject la a peculiarly perfected arrangements-'whereby it can offer ;

-, f tlon. Sick Headache, aad nil Stomach, Lately w.,have advanced because of have I been suffering for the past felicitous way. For aa .annual such attractive rates for various -
'' few year with a severe attack of newspapers
laver and Bowel trouUea. Easy. pleas- our united e'elegaxloa tn Congress.Pro sale of baby wear she will drawa
sat. safe, sure.Drugstores. only IS _ta. :JAt.all bonopublieo| has bees the watch rheumatism and found that Ballard'i group of infants so delicious that they that there should be no excuse for people remaining ,
: Snow Liniment was the only thing would indicate to any right-minded injignorance as to tKc happenings of
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word. There.* bees no dlesenikin. '
mother
that
thls.Orm has
that pea me satisfaction and tended. n proper appreciation the
". Barring aH other ..-taJa favor of babies. year.
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I to alleviate my pain March 24th 190!.
{ of retumlnig the present Incumbents Few jump Into sn advertising man
( Three' ladle atepped.Into ..i office John aDegnan; Kinsman, in. ISc. .
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j : would If act( be folly to swap horse agership with such a flying leap as did j '
tM other day wW our gallant, mod now oar Me. and |L Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy the young English woman first referred :
that horse toad!
Wtj foreman stoi pad forward and asked The reader to. Most hare attained It through< RATES.

;it lie could to rve them In any ...,. I the win have discovered that dw solid appreatirefthlp.. cither la art bustness a/4/
favor
re-election of Senator or newspsper experience. One
lie( received th following la :replytfoie Tallaferro. : Why! I love Florida What came near being a fatal fire, the women recognized as most

.of wa to 1 1 widow one a: gram more, and: |the .ptnpoa.ol herfioo r occurred at the residence of Mr. J. T. of new W 4 among the advertisers of 14I The Daily Metropolis

I >! <>w.. nab the other to an old, maid.fase i -. 't 'erkns yesterday afternoon. Mr* Per- New York began her career.a stenographer ,, i and One Year.

.ti $ show us the eeoa" Oar> As a Floridlaa I feel nominated kin had put, her sleeping child to bed ; at three dollar a week. 14} 75 I |

f talnted.'bui we soon brought fore-I the action of the Jacksonville convention I ..4... at work la an adjoining room I t .....1"- .t lane r1.w..., I' Daily Times-Unipn $10.00.
Flowers
Now b. wont even 'answer 1 (ire not always named by I
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i ; when she wa suddenly' startled to see %
u..1 which! nominated the present '
\ellpbooe .chance. Take the Dahlia that wai :'
des' : ,Gov/rrnor. He was nominated because smoke coming from the sleepng room.I i.I named after! DnhU a Swedish florist. I t*| Fem'-Weekly: Timesj-Union .5a

Ij! he was the cousin of his cousin and the'examination! Ih&Wed't'at a park tnd discovered of the flower. The mas !i
LbxquOPS LOClSB.Take
t' # -YACHT+ J J:4 fidelity of i r the Florida Democracy j of jflre had evidently cam fro u the bolls after Ua noi. a celebrated French, II .Weekly Metropolis with SemiWeekly Times,
i j fin place and act.fire to the bed cloth- botanist. But there is only one In- .
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elected [
The Mo. Trip jla'the : bJlDi :b Union .
$zOo
arouse r
of and Cower 11
\:: I Me chanres Tatlaferro with not being j i ing between two beds and had. 1U'D1d' reported a man 1
receiving a name at the same time. I IMarechal
I With Atlanta ] twice week '
4 i i"tie 'rapidly that the Journal a
so -
r' i and coverings round $2.25
J I as MI not pounding the Chicago |N;.l. on his return from the ; I
.A nwbis tII rough {the enchanted Flor !and the Kansas City platform down the the sleeping child were already iHlaze. Kraneo-Aftlrlaa war received a basket %tf9 With Weekly Palm Beach.News U.Oo,
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JJa blei : : throats of the United States Senate. Prompt action on the part of K ra Sa- of beautiful ytllow ruses from a fsi .
e Throng! tn a quit water oll j every Meantlmej he Ignores the very platform 4 Black In extinguishing the" flaxes ant ,woman One of the stems bed a -- -: -
... t. root rHujqing to it, and this the marechal t
created harm
and Instructive resolutions r coming to the! be by.y .
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adopted Old subscribers back
c must pay'all dues before
too florist they
Put to a In Parts tr rf-r :
jpl< tnraMnie key with a gUmpsef by th,j State convention which 4 came very -near near to being wusly. ..::uae cue it became i thriving b'"b ''ilxten ca.i i.k.. .' .'iritnjjc-of these offers and cash '
hJstjorial Cap Florid nominated him. I If not fatally bumed.-D.ttt!lf > ..!ilh) bloswrn This Nltl" took told
Leavlni at I aI to. j i I T r i i-i advance must company all orders for
Ton have f & a sift the Euxenl 9
!; the test IB Marion county.W rfafcasseranjI < fa Empress who j
Stopping at Soljller Key JTlshlsg dal are ;cosmopolitan, but watch I I on heariMr that It was nameless! said: [ !c! these combinations.; .
at U:V tin.'Threie r r I I that i THE BET COUCH STRCP. ; -It shall t be the Marrchal NI..L" At the *I' "
our
liberality doe not bring n* todisgrace.
g hour* -it...' on th* i 8. L. Apple ex-Probate Judge Ottawa same time she bestowed{ upon the as- ; ADDRESS

worWi greatest 1Iahtac groundsubmarine |' county. Kansas, writes: This Is tonls'ied general the Jeweled baton Indicating I -

Back trougb gardens Eeiewias I Captain Hobson staj.Ha a good showof 'to say that I have used BsilanTi Horehound his high rank of marechal of i: 2 'I
France. :ItTh
heIr fuctnaqng: flower-llks I Ii It | defeating(Congressman Baakhead.of; Syrup for;yean and that I do
Miami
Term "Bn..k..." J I
Metropolis.
Alabama !
In the
growths.A i coming primaries In not hesitate to recommend It as the Blanket bear the name of Thomas I f .
a.Ja.' oa Soldier x.;. that State,(and the kissing hero win j I beat cough '7rap I have ever used." Blanket a famous English clothier who

Horn .fhrougtJA the ....., arriving strive as hard to keep the ship lot ', SSe. SOe. and,;>!. Sold by Red Cross!aided the Introduction of woolens Into :

t the Boynl Fal i at I:..,.... state afloat as .. did te sink tile Merllmac -.' Pharmacy.' r England la the fourteenth century. 1-

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Florida NOTICE, electtoa crt, qualified are Thomas -I r STATE NEWS. "' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''

; (East Coast Ry. Costlgan. president: Edward Burke. >, I i

To All Whom It May Concern_ : first vice-president: John F. Olive An-hibald". Hard. a naval expert
Trade I
LOCALTiME CARD ilo.53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904. Notice Is hereby gives that the nnfcralgntd second ..Jc4..pnaldeDtl S. L. PaV>>son I I II shortly before the beginning of the i Mark:

nd treasurer and Tbonvs I
;
ovrmowm-iui DOW*. IIOI'HIOUIID-IUD UP. Intend to ..ppI1'to bla'EsI Japanese-Russian war contributed an I S
Costlgan, ward'Burke Jobs F. Ol I WADDELL'S
I cellency William 8. Jennings, Governor article la the North American Review
i..tsN .SI .s..n s.tl ruriMS.it *.M ..n e.T4lull Be.H Ire W.: W Erwin and S U Pattersonsecretary j .J>
3 DvlllD.u1.. D.a:. 1.Jr. IMtly. lra.17. L.llr. b.Uy. /. IrLL7. of the State of Florida, for Letters ''Ia which be concluded: Guarantee is
ahaUoD' 'lU' the buH of director* a
.-.- <}4>a IU L> ) kauuv'e A ..a ........ Patent on the proposed charter I $
-__. 14 I' a ....... S,. J kaua.W L ..... sits 1 -" The organization aal first annual "Ten jears ago as a naval power In $ Written C LJtr ct."
.__- 1 tJ it 1I. 4.4a|.SUAuiniltln. {W s rwa4MB ; 40 .. bereto annexed: ,
if
I alN. .. : I.... HMttnr. IB .... meeting ft; Stockholm"'1 shall beheld Far Eastern waters Russia was an Inconsiderable
..... lOla in UU. tal. .. K.faM :. > t :tea.ells : lu'pt This 24th day of February A. D.I904EDWARD' on the first Monday In April A. Ii ..
and the British
uMm it40 44 sAr..ral.ttw.L ..:.- ... { i 7 tTT ... BURKE. D. 1904 la the city of MiamI Florldx: fact.or. You .re .*,tiled or ,
i--, : 149 1Y UN. it a LT..ralall L.A .w. Tan St0 et3t JOHN F. OLIVE I squadron bad no serious rival. Today He it tot
the principal of
place business m
.' ... ArNuILat.oL tenarut. .... COSTIOAN. I "
THOMAS!
DO fleet if even the British and Japanese
Yttiflip IHS MaLtBaaMatmA TI1a TUs TUprt ....... said company, at the office of Gra He puts oa
W. W. ERWIN, you top
...... .. .. Lr. 1l.ae..L .. .... ii .......... ham. Patterson A Erwin; and thereafter squadrons combined equals lytelllag at the
...+... J!? ..:... ..Esra.ta ...".t, ........ IS t ....... ....... 8J. U ATTERSON.CJjIARTER. oa the first Monday la February ben. It Is on this foundation of a bottom. you
.. .. '
... p' le / 14 IT a' ....Ormoed:.. t ii .... I U "' .::-'::: of each and every year. great fleet that the polity of Russia
u.1 U: 'jjs leN .. .Dajloaa.... sun 4N. iU Can IIUppI., iI ..
PortUraagr.. .. .. I Iq!! :::::: ]( The officers and board of directors rest* Russia U In Chi a, and there .... ...tv1& ,-", yore wa.ts ,. yes
;= utrirrii 't q /. U Ji-w BoiTa.. ... 4Wa' t01I 'aYI ........... The undersigned persons. ThomasCostlxan. she win remain, mistress of Manchuria .
$3, .0ak I ... .. of said corporation shall be elected .t '* 70555ttatpFup.sf ngtffmg Lees
T O pH u"w --.. Hill..I..4 S Oir. ..... Edwa d Burke John F. Olive and mistress the neighboring wat eI thin"'"iff.Caff ,
= tIa .1 ... .. ........ the first annual meeting of the stockholders
li. b ...L.il.dre.. ........ -Os Up ...._ W. W. Erwin i.nd 8. L. Patterson, and at each annual raeeUni era She has merely n alntalned at W.reC. +
1, 14 .Ea osir.., 1 ........ .7 ..._ ;
assoclati themselves
fd I1 p OO .I M.l M.rw. U CC ........ till! M ........ hereby together of the stockholders thereafter or If In reasonable strength her EuropNalquadl'Olll A. WAODBJ.Office
i .. ........ II MtIS ........ ._ for the purpose of becoming incorporated j
.. r. :..,81. Larta... :i ........ 41 ..... ;...... any year BO regular annual meet ip, with an eye to Germany ......
'i a .. .. ._.. under th laws of the State of a.S1 I.torae. ...... .
.
411Mi. iatrt U, ,71 Pierre. MMSus JI w. UMp while she has massed h .. .
...TlfcK.ll.... ........ 1411t ....... ._._ for any cantle be held, they shall te, ,. 1 4.. gd.-.1 ........ | ** ........ ....... Florida. I elected at the ID the far East and poured oat millions 'first
11 ....J..a. 1 ........ .. _.... next meeting of stockholders NIL Bait liiii. Hi..
'- The Is the charter
... .MB.rt..... ...... 1444U* followlBi proposed thereafter called for that of money In developing new:
... sip Bab* aorsd.. ....... tt_, ..._ for the 1st-tided corporation: pur- N1e N MK'
M.. : .1 M..s Jvftller.. a >4a4MB ...... poee. baVIad1..OIItoek and Port Arthur tyKKKKK1aTWO '
4B is 00. -ia w Pain BfarkBerk. 144*. {e j Article One. lll The name of the corporation making arm the foundation of her as
fs 0 ate ? N .Pal. .. : 'D le M 0N Article Six. The highest amount of '
... M p ...a ra 1...... T fA 7. shall +i be the Dade County cendency IB China. IS BJTTIETHAJ
.....,} i p ..D.Irar.... { 1 ........ ( MB .- i Ip 9TrmlM Indebtedness which this company may OW-
; : ....,.. ,. 01 p n Lac erA.M. f 0 ..-- M ...-. 1 ftp Title Insurance and Trust Company, I at any time subject itself 1* one-bal ID this Instance however, the popiH Here1 -

IliaISta 94 ... 1r CltT *BMl..i4.._....-:'. I J with principal offices at Mlvnl Dade i of the amount cilia the fully paid lar theory that the pea '11& mightier readers" ;! pointer Toe want forth.te XaraoroUB save
:M.1IM flip! .u., .IT "ft Florida. aioaer
t40 eI. Pus County I la capital stock. than the sword has been knocked and w, know bow U Mp 1- We
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u..Il. Article Two. The xeneral nature of Japanese es Ss It so roe pay a HtUe .... &Ua
e*mat Mae si lUUaes wk.r. ens shwa. Article Seven. The higher than a kite by tori'-
games and residence UIe
.f
the business to be transacted shall be pedoes.Duke. prICe OD. paper sod set tbs ewe
SI' of the Ineorporators ththcompany !* 'e'. r
: CondMMMd Bobedalo Between JackonvCl tad Bt AnfUttlB the Insuring the owners of real estate, .e. BM..Uale. aad Utiaea has ,
and the amount of capital noenirr
UCMOWVILUi Sa.lr mortgagees, and other Interested Nicholson, of Chicago a gverij b*.n red nerd t* the following prlesV

i T.octrrrmi 7 teiiy Vau7 Ds.ly''DW7 Ih Ma l liteTHs hal j lal...s0t In real estate aa owners IDea_ stock subscribed for by each are ai I of the Grant Atlantic. Went fishing o Three BBOBths..,....... I 1 an y
follow: Thomas Costlgsn New Torn tits _II......... '
............. S M
Ja t.wvnkl.. I4SUWs t** S I* W i k.0 r I *Mt pI Mp $ri ) 0 is p braneers, or otherwise against! loss by the Sooth Bridge yesterday. He book Oaa -
p .
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wA..Y..... Ms u. iu M PI 4M. lip ZSP'iswSt City one hundred and,four (1041 year .................... .. MDaily
4 reason of liens. Ineambranees or defective ed a large catfish, sodas he went to
share; Edward Burke New York City USUrns[ ..n.rTle. N..e4r B.1S D I ,,=tM7ee.7ea titles the loaning and Investing land It. the fish was throw towards .sad Monda y TI .... w
iMC-oomux tally DWr Jl.Lt'I h pay La I'tour Iva IMUy ( nrVtM..I D ur D ur oI.mOlleP II securities upon Its one hundred and three (103) shares; 'his face. ID attempting to ward off Chlaetl ... the Mitaoroue for:

.. 4sJlftt John F. OUv. New York: City one Six .oath/............... .... j i .'
slap1Sre ,
.m..Aage.lla. TMal IMStMaj M Ms H 4MB .NJ.ntSe.Tllle own account and agent trustee the fish with his tight hand, he was "
as or
s:: t 4a tats 1140p I10 ss. 71s Tae 7Nr .+'' hundred sad three (10$) shares: W. ODe year...................... ,
for other persons: the acquiring holdIng gaffed by the fish at the base of the _We will seed 1M t.e .... .
.
I(W, Erwta Miami Tta.. seventy-five -ee/ 't
....
1 Tb Tollowlnf Jj* Through Pufimaa Train using leasing;; Improving and disposing little finger, the spear cutting a large and Cttiaea and (he :
(is) share, and /& U ,
: Patterson, )(lmi MBTBOroLMS i
<- cimts< rum wirut TMIM of property real and personal, j I vela, )1r. Nicholson treated the wound .
g y 1., -+I.w r.rt.a.Jf.dd.P iI I .ie SB4- .-ch.r.i.* TI..Ida Rp.elat : Fla. one hundred and fifteen 811 -... *
nto.lBr1 PUB LtBUwd I I Ms..MBii4 the accepting and executing-of trust I i lightly until the finger commenced toswell fur..i.... .
40.we Si. n.HrVm4 U HMl i, t 4 ..tTB 4 se-TTb FtW :Uud 1Ll.wd ,! (11$) share One ,,,,, ... fs.
( pursuant to orders judgment and I badly when be Called U Dr. Bennett
e.r..J'... .md.x.I Mwy.rNt.a.C.r.ldextr.! *Bt wtIIP.ePrs.L THOMAS.COSTIOAN. (Seal) TnOal for XS wrmp more tHats" BUM.
.. decree of courts of record, and by who found that blood poisoning
.aks.p.e..4 Is.La+a..a'wkkk.e.xtr..e..a tarp IS ek.rfvd price of the dally. .. '
EDWARD BURRS! (Seal) JOII get pepeN
virtue of devisee and bequests; actingas had set IB. Mr. Nicholson fainted., and for fifty eai* more than'the RI ",

.AiOIRD B3LXCE. ORANGE CTT BBAJTCH.Ba.ll agent attorney-In-faet, executor j JOHN F. OLIVE (Seal) eral times from the pain, and the, peculiar aliT price of the Hnaopoua,70*) gee.> '

leaf... p.uk.1{ D.i1 Ba. tIMIyl TilroiM.HIM'LT administrator trustee assignee, assignee .1 S.W.L.W.PATTERSON.ERWIN ((Seal Seal)) sickness Induced by the .poison Closes the eeaii-Weekly.... tie. Farmer Time.UBHW and Fruit an4 '

a. .,;,;.,..Tltw/n.......... 1ti7 rp ..V. rniB..Ar for the benefit of creditors, receiver I from the spear of these fish and was Grower. I .M
LT...... Oas_ ii 1f /t, 1111 Lv Uk.II >!.. .Artttf Jiiroily or guardian? and owning .",11 I carried to see Dr. Bennett la aa automobile Head your BubMtriptKws So a*. Cube;!
I L.__.. k. a........ A 11 ... 17, H L Or Af STATE OF FLORIDA.. In sdttnce. always si these ...
.Ar.. ......a..d .... ..L > ass $ 11 NS1M..Or.| C ty J..Lv 1 operating abstract book covering t&41: The wound was tbonouitblycleansed TBS prI /
COCNTT OF DADE: I Mamorou, 'titles* In Dade County Florida anal and will not prove serious. -
u m. 7 w.1 a IM. On this day personally appeared before ITa
I the making and selling of abstract or Daytona News. .
D.U7 BABArg, aWMa searches of title therefrom. II m* Thomas Costlgaa. Edward .

.. I .--........-.ot--.... Article Three. TIlt amount of the Burke, John F. Olive" fr. W. Erwin The Government IB experimenting
W p2.-.... .... .4O.-- ...--..-....... 1 T! ) 3pp. 4 and S. U Patterson to "* well known with the
cotton la Texas hasplaced
.. .... stock' shall be thousand industry ,
-----ooj.- -"' 1 u 'tan f a* the person described la and who Cooley & H
NaiJiul. .._____. .f..._.. .. is. flip dollar (150,000.00). divided Into five ''subscribed their considerable honor upon a former ,filer
names to the foregoing -
Florida boy. Mr. A. L. QnalnUnee
hundred share of the par value of
.KKHSUUR AMD OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONHECTlOHS AT WAIL One hundred dollars flOO.OO each I article of Incorporation a* and who U In* charge of an experimental nc RrJJ Estatr uJ ReaLI Aunts

I. t ....1C11OII1WI1 at BUB BTOI grUMHOP of Jill P. 4 a R COMrMHT FOB which shall be. payable at the option Dad for .articles of Ineorpuratton of the faro of 400 acres and a well- equipPedl.borator1la
County Title Insurance

HAVANA, KEY 'YESTI AND NASSAU. of the corporation'la sash or propr-ty,j I Trust Company and did severally: acknowledge and. of Congress an Paris.appropriation Texas. By of aa$30.act. List YOIr PrO IWI.t. Tka.A .

real
or personal, at a Just'valuation exerted|

'Tt..N HBM Tablet Show the aa .at whlek ifalaa i T..x I..rn..eau analIM.sw.a.tInn. to be fixed by the'Board of Directors purposes that they miss, the same 400.was made to tee If the boll worm A /.
for
..bat Itmtr anlTal ar dep.nrtw t ta.*J... tN I.ass nanaieed.reeOevreftk .. of meeting the and therein ex- that Is creating so much havoc to the JI.f boy fro.s property.
e...w C..p.atsold lta.U re.po.atbl.r.r soy sp sal sssos.tlaaa Iksrw tht.P&87'at a calledfor preaee4. w.," .ripen.. ngbts, .,til.a fe. '
_ + that purpose.. i crowing mttoa la that State cannot missies walk of she ....1_eessoat

'Article Four..This"corporation h ncontinue IN WITNESS 'WHEREOF. I have he exterminated. Mr. Qualataaee I Ia Ie Miami bereg.160 fees .s bay s.

oOAX'TncX DAftierOtkaT Ii ormaM. hereunto set my hand and official seal SOB of oar townsman; Mr. d. P. 400 feet deep. havlus a Joe oftie
*BZZ THI QENT."' i lj and have fun power to nero Cia Ztt1k of bearing trees em it This Ie a I.
February. A. T
TICSIETj day national
1 rise and operate It* corporate franchises Qualntance and hat gained. a. place for a wlsier bocH. '

).'BARB, AMU Oea. 1 >aa*. A enti 1, ST. AT/aUSTZirx.'nA.' ,'privilege, power and *: imuntUea D. 1904. reputation as an agriculturist, being a ,

for, teas! term of alnery-nla ()to) : (Seal) J. W.-HORNER. graduate of'; Lake City, .ba.... ;Ala, 328 r..dftl StRtt. Salmr llloct J
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years from ;and after th* ccrsnence-I Notary IB.and for and New York. He lad charge of aa MIAMI FLA. .

SEABOARDAir ; meat of It*'corporate existence; dlCl the State Pare at Large. experimental farm In Maryland' for I ".
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I i Article Five. :The business cf this several years, and the United States

_ ""' ''Lljis: Railway company shall be eond ctJ by a CURED CONSUMPTION_, Department of Agriculture saw thereat I Wlite Eagle Biito Sho .. ;:: f Jam;

merits of the man sad placed him '
*' board of five (() directors I president Mrs. B. W. Evan, Charwater. Kan.
B la charge of the Texas farm. His work Flu Cbirs.
'! o Brat vlc -pnel4ftt. second vtee-prrst write: Ily husband lay tick for threemonths. No WaiIiJct
!
.. t dent, secretary and treasurer, and Th. doctor aald he had quick IB that State win be watched with a Best SInn i. the City.

ivanhah. Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, other such officer sjigents or U'I. consumption. W* procured a bottle of great deal of Interest as Mr. Quata ..\,. COLBY Proprietor

Richnnnd Washington Baltimore a* may from time'to time be ap .>> Banaru"' Honaoaad lance believes' he win be able to overcome *
_ sleigh. :>> ,. O Syrup(, and If SOtTwetftmBavet.Clubbing .
.Philadelphin.New| |York.. or elected. The office of secretary 'cured' bas That.. sin year ago. what seems at present to be the

u-nr.I" the discretion of the aid data them ,w* bare always kepta complete destruction of the cotton Industry '

f Three Elegant Trains Daily. board of 'directors, may b* filled by i : oWe* la U* beau W* e.anot d* IB the Lone Star t&te.-Lalte- k.

Seaboard New YorklLIMited., oa* and the same persoa. The name ,..without IL For cough and cold H I land N.... p 6

>aboard Express. !: t. I Seaboard Mail of the ;officers and director who are ',has ao equal. lSe, We. ....j.L Sold e e Rates,

.." 1 Ii !to conduct the ....... of the corporation by Red Croat: P>tarmaq. ,

Modern Pullman Equipment.ily" Ism those elected at the first dw ;, Bush G Safford You can save money by subscribing K;

....t ,..... y_' u...... k ..q.. ....... ir..Je_ .....t.dyf h"- ;---- -. ------__ for the papers
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.ad ssa II..H K. Y- eta t. .cl..J "p.n- WALTER ., CKAHAX JAMCB M. JAC1f1Ot;J'. n. L PATmsOMrkePi you want through r
'. ......".aty.P.4sd lIMe ffrls Ie u.. us the....-.. "..... lA.1s.S ; ....M. ......> 8ac'y sad T_ i

ily" wtu.r"operating daily through sleepers fromJaclcsnnville TheMetropolis.


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1 (DHXNIHMUTEH: t s ,
foH jnfornoahon'arld'.lerper'eservstioss, call m any agent of th ;

: Seaboard write! I f We can give 'raJ1yTunesUnionU41
}1" ; SEW LL BUILDING I MIAMI. FLA. AND ORC $ you

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.. .. .3Z'ON.'\1r. Pass. Apt.i. .r-.**... c.rw *.* ....... A-< ra..Nk..1 This p..Ptty..say.....I. S. PluG
10'J i 4_. ,..,a ee. "*Cle, .MMB AMrart Beakse4, ad. ,.-.4'*. N Daes CMatY Pleger." IlO.ooa year, or Motif'Tor "
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East nab or easy pcynMBta. Old isi -
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'''' pLudic j 4 UI' 'raise ..L...11,. McNeill "It oft iazrxi.d) t-alllr sersice.Mader. "
the of tMBitifellj '
;"".- ..1-e n-w.!a.Wrlaai.sawo.aa4 a" Roc t... Ii .411 _.-a...... wtt;:-............ & Co. trains carrying Pnllraantopers. .one year. S2.OO. I
4Btll4Mlli i.. laW ay awp..dt ... and Halfe Mw .
.54.44 It.o..s::4p..ry--. Ja1..v4ri.. .......i.00a'as I cLJverJ" chair ears, sM 4illl.C..NMW
,, ..............hrt tin ..abttralla. i HB a kam-Me The
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--.n..... ....._bsa/rN ,.......... T. 4. >U< tIM .......... .....-illAn' Feed and Sale Stable12th northern sad soBlbera eitir' ,
....r1...f4a far.Nwltad tI_ Yltr Ie.."'.. hrtoa.4 to I. rial a.c.M
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..fl|..iM' n* L- .,roll *. ""JE ", I. Street West of Railroad. ..,.. Jit. MeCootb Proprietor
.MT.ii-._bar w snct.vk. SlW I.] P*'...qtski. .a a54 .res.) I ....
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t Carriages gentleatei'
Per ,...., H"'alH. and slreplaa
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Cos sensed from Report to.the' Comptroller

of Currency.tiamataj. ...
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pro 1 '\ ''t It>mOQRCtS e Fort Dallas National Bank of Miami, guarantees
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LDuI u4 lil.m.llTJ. absolute security for every dollar deposited wi*
l Y. hdaptabelf the needs of the public. Many 0nnIrafta.. .. .. .4) .. .. ... iL It has a capital of 100000. It. board 1

{people hare money on which they would like to I S. Bonds (to secure drcalatloa.4 directors is composed of businessmen of knowp
2 receive Interest and yet hare their fnud !Instantly +,. .'. .; 8. 00.04 financial standing and conservatism.
* Premium c* tt ft. Bond* ltl .00
available In better investment offers. I I The National
: case a Bank law provides tor a stockholders
Stock! an4 bood. MM.MBaattag '
k : Oar Savings. De rtmeat meets this want by, paying .... .|!| .m'U liability equal to his stock. This pats $100,009

_'; : '' Five Per Ce. Interest compounded semiannual1 TL il'Trent" use.a i more back o7 oar, Institution, an aggregate ofi
I ly and by permitting withdrawals to be made U. L Bond (sear $ )().OOO between oar depositors and any possible

without notice. let .......". J ..tfUOO.M loss. .
I j, We are able to offer the last mentioned inducement: by DM from;baaks 4UU.H I The Fort Dallas National Bank !. directly aIlliated'

reason of a large reserve kept on all deposits.eaeral Cash to rult 04M.M with two i New York banks, the Merchants Nat '

I : 'I Banking Business Transacted Capital S....- --j--121000.00 t tumal Bank and the North American Trust Com

y plus. and 'Shareholders' Liability,, pany. Mr,,Oakley Thome,Presideutof the latter

i 202000. j \ : PU.4St.tTLIABILITIES. r institution being a large.stockholder and a Director
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: !I:, '0' .j Surplus .. .. .j .. .. .. .. 1.0..." ,ef
+ I". : III'i{ I Undivided profit .. .. .. UTt.M I i ,

f I !, I."-. 'I 'I. Orealadon .. '0 .. .. .. .. 11.000.01., '' .. .

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WIHASSANS .. .
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'iarn" i-- TD8t" sad Poiltldaa.yW.d' '.' ., 'neeeeeei, .' .".ieeeee . eeee eeeee' ::<. . . '._. .' II-i. 1II 1-.
\ favorite t saw Politics : ,by She boys Sr. going _wild onr" the .
t : betA aVtltor Markesrie.'| Basest bona H. dropped a intl.wad ,
...as to. be, :There U. so. .1 ,
., : la JaeksoavlU: and now ta r,are all .t
'DII a. Prof. HoD the people's caadi- --I I 1,
: wat reaching for tt Tb statement to a tad ,
Danis Into date for State School Bnperlatendeat.Is Ii,
If Hearst rolls a this Oat Tammany win take Cleo lad, I
joha!,Stockton certataly beans touring the East Coast la company Parker Dsnforta or MoCWlaa ta the /\

Ito I;he.the --1' with the Ooagressianal candidates.' order named. It will-aJao'__ for ,r

p' Tbe'very aUuaalut1o'pttoUi. be- seam; U It has to. Jut as tt AU for '
!1--q.ti eeaL"Bans doubtless lag accorded him are hardly calculatedto It,. Brrsa. Better let those feDowi . . . > . .. .
A. *.W. deal ease the mind of Car Bh..... .......-
hones to fiad many an X- up then ,pick tie and like
'.S a' Me scale .ta Washington.. .1! winner,, and like Brer Rabbit w* can hoes
bringingHon. i
succeeded la
Not hsvtng
t .4-- riar.low"-Laks Qty Isdex.tee. ., I s Shoes
,J Jsdging from 'appesrsneqi ft ls to.t J. M. Barco. of Ocala. out ass I
feW Commissioner .
candidate of Agriculture
lag to be Walt House or bag house We shall nezt'weck. publish the eon.
; of presidential' aspi'matat his friends are now endeavor tract
with aome these of J.)i.rdoak Ban with the A.
7 i lag to persuade him to eater the lists T. W. R. R, by which, for twenty.per . > . > t z zrLffli
mined to gelj< him Into trouble. . . e)
five cent be was to work a schemetaroah
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I Hwy, Wattersonj; oneej]referred to Frank lays, the tainted editor of the,It eccrwBsnfonUasttfor i :
Hearst u beta*"a sun the jPensacela Journal, has announcedhis
ir hateyer. but slmplyj Ia name and I ,-tlvinc that a1 oY -.am" railway I
candidacy tor delegate to the Na-. I
b.rreL" company absolute control of the water ;
a. I II+ .Uonal Convention from the.Third die.,
frost of the dty.-Lske Qty Index.
Politicians who'indulgs' IB "Uterarr trict. Hayes to an ardent admirer ofHearst .1 1 ,. i I
Wreaasr mast bed expected to leans aad;its held la the highest esteem -i The soar sad ssresstia Burs eualsnes :!
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'SOSM 'JDle elJaaeOU "litter Irlagaroaadkxwe. by the mares ;;1 to cut so pitiable 'fifure la the r _
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; 4 J j I i* Our old friend: Hon. Cromwell.Oibt -I: Second OoncTMstosal District; as to ..". . .. .... . ......... . . . .. . . .. .I . . . .,. :... . ..
lead the people to wonder how ae ever
t of the ablest of the I I
e'Green. metal grajto the latestBSW one many naaacvel to palm himself off epos the r I.
In Bet tt eaat hold men! of Jacksonvine. Is desirous of becoming ,
jeotors.j
thing people of Jacksonville (as the 'real i
a delegate to the National Con
FlortdaV r"pot nwtal
candle U .
Jilsfr-Dally TaHahsaseeaa.h.
- .political grar'mstterj.; vention... No one will dear his superb '. .. %

fitaees for the place.S.. Judge B. s: IJddoa.. who Is conductlac. ,
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Mr. Hearst'Is .oabtlees a aUchty One .the prosecution spirit Judge I I 4
As' the _pal,. iirojusSes.. the .
' WHITE MENS. !
bat. .0..11I1"17.sneer pieces ofpoUUoal Swsrne.. says that In his opinion he '
> juak have eertalatj got mixed more firmly jeonrineed are the mares Is guilt of an Us charges.aide and : BLACK S LADIES: Sh oes
In the opinion that frank dark Lb.gifted ass .
{ --- declared that he had acquired"a residence
stlvef-tongaed orator of Lake .
' >.p wits his. boom In this State. In Florid only' aI.'th' I TAN CHllDRE S
City. win- be the next X3bngressmaa I .
t {to| Baa Oompers ;keeps:on writing district cbarre were fitaL-t-Ocal*Baa'aer. t;' : I I .

those Tallaferro' letters y Barrs from this' . '- 'tV, i I I .

,Stockton Will certainly put' their lltU.eorporstion CoL Peters 0. Knight will not offer A Bob>> Davis jctult was ,formed"Verejset : .' r

r _tag on>him. I for a detegateshin .to, the. National Monday with { a meWberAlp'of. :

Democratic ;Convention. The brainy fifty. Several names have been added !'I'
From thasebef.ot:political dart '
'hones that'are Jut sow jtled oat ta the t Tampa attorney is lint nov too busily and it Is expected that at-Jeaat'three-!I : -H' I Ii
business
la pantsuits to public- I II
engaged
.woods, hitching poets must b.:scarce i partldpete I'oarths of the W ttte voters of this precinct -; : 'I
: : ly la politics 1 i j
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I .la some' .L'', ,' i''I 1 .. _!II will become member* of this : {oopooooooooooooooooooooooo<
I )Ir )MarDonsld has ....... public his f du1/ At the Drct noting held the folj -+ : I '
( .:The Peosaeola #ofirnal thinks that a withdrawal from the Congreeelooa j j jlnwlng resolution was adopted: -Reel I : I i r-- +

'business community j should sead Vusl- 8.I ,wise men to the LcgUlatsre.. Our dtsjUagabhed that the hardware man of DeLsndcoald '}election of Robt W. Davis for : .I LINEN Shoes
Ooyer-I
) coatemporary generally has withstand the anI wear" of i t t nor. That we are In favor of :
s: some good thoughts, cofnlsgjto It, I such a strenioous carapalta. : Von ibf James P. Taliaferro asj Caitinl : \ CANVAS I \

5 .' S I States Senator. That we are In favor .
Considering thah. If agla* the Hon Sam Pulwum. M w L'whn of the election of Charles Doughrrtrfs J f L -
corporations. It Is,110 be wondered at: has withdraw frots the State i iTreasa. q fs* a member oC Congress from this : )00000000 ooooooocciooooooc J

{ that J. JaJ Bars!did'not josh the A. T. i i'i ...... Jt 1. now $ Will !!!the second atonal district Re-j

, W,: lot;' mar* thaT ,,,..\7-11.. per Knott oil not. have any oPpo..j jpoaJUoa. jsolved.I That: we lavlte all.who ![ All. kinds of Best High Grade Shoes "
4 .t' Co'that!time!, ,Fifty per cent would i i' I the above stated candidates to loin 1 at

Impaired that particular corporation ., with M In bringing about their election
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considerably:more. '1I'IiGUJIt"D'I.BLACK. COCNTRT. by' all :|honorable meaaa"-New 4

,., \ I Emrrea Breese. I Sewell Shoe Stores
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employed e* the St. Louis The weaned Black Country (England -

Ftaadseci read have, sun ) to to! be made. beautiful agate i la Germany worfciagmea are visited ,
craatedBaa> aa tam.sss Ia' wages fII five by sowing free .over the vast areas at their homes on paydays by savings

..,_t.. Th ateota sue- of furnace {'refuse sad Iron.... soul ,bank omdals to'collect tbHr'ssrlng :, 304 and ,312-12th St..

UN .... r j :Ifp' waste. ?c'! < for bsaking." ': ,; ,I. . *'* * * * **..* TttttfttttHH- > e .*.. . .. . . . ..

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