The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
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 16, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00063
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. 1, No; 81. H.=\=-. MIAMI; FLORIDA, WED, .. LY, MARCh 16. 1904. u:lerw6rwa>w .. Price 5 Coats '



GROWERS EXCITING And the Industrial-World Is Ser f Put oo-to Raise the fight. BIGREAtTJf .... VARIED, .

tously Threatened Again. 1 log Fund ExpeueI DEAL. Oftr

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One' Hundred Dollars in Professor Levitt a tourist had quite BuUbig Trades, Men:land llJtographcn I Year b CamInO War Placed at Mr* McAl Ister-Beck has been making At Beautiful Miami on Bis-
an exciting experience on the bay yesterday
w Prizes' Offered afternoon, and one that be will Want M 8,Hour Day While En;>' renConted .O Yens and Plans r orIIIo some very fine real estate sale
Cash during the last week or two. cayne Bay. -
long remember. I For Opea..Shop PuDcy. Idled U Meet lt.i She has sold four fine Iota on
Professor Levitt chartered a sailboat -
-I Eleventh street of the First
east -
early In the afternoon and went -

up the bay. He was alone, and while Methodist Episcopal church parsonageto

6Y BOARD OF IRADE. sailing about a sudden puff of wind New York March !IL-Labor troubles March 1C.-The Cabinet aftersure Mr. F. Danxenbaker, of Washington NEW YORK HERAID'S .
the consideration Into
being way up
knocked his boat down. Fortunately, M a result of which mans thou- i with the elder statesmen,
...L I he succeeded In holding on to the overturned sand mm are Idle, threaten the Indos- ded to submit the proposition the thousand One of these lots were
sold for Dr. F. Dickennoa. of -
craft but was unable to right trial world, :and the situation it likelyto t purchase by the government ofcoo flushing s -
U I.. and three for Mr. Lent, of New .
Industrial Smolfr! to II become a* serious aa the memorable i monopoly and the creation I
The Proposed her.In I York State Tale of the Place Where the Ilarsw..wi *
I this condition the boat with her troublea of rear ago. Jt monopoly to diet I
She also sold five acre of grove landon
::.;.a 3lst-MIanI: t helpless orupact, drifted down tti the building ti.' '- c..J. Aday lie i u.4 v.- also .r w:wiawd the AlsberJaclSkips "
the rock road near 8. A. Belcher .'
1e bay seaward, and wa near Bean' cat mated that twenty thousand men are increase In various business MM. ,
Bosbess' Mia Are la Earnest when a sloop coming In went to the oat of work',already and It U bettered i duty and stamp taxes, thus place for Mr*. P. C,' H&JDlu to I and the ladles b to ,
tat Dr. Robinson of Iowa, for $600.
distressed man' assistance and righted the Bomber;will be Increased daily. 'aa estimated annual increase ;
Other ,
6obH I I agar!
) After
{ the boat. The stoop was unable to The printing trade are threatenedby y-elght million yea TREATY WITH KING .} NELII{. Morning Tale Their WaUry 4

Mamfactoring Pnterpr'ses. reader other assistance and th. boat the attitude' of lithographer' and It [war expense from the eomnt Dips.

t wa anchored. to expected 'tea thousand men will be -. of hostilities to the end of Senate Ratifies the Instrument Negotiated
Later the launch Mystery Captain locked oat before nightfall. are estimated at 156,000.000 by Consul Skinner. t

Maloy. coming la from the fishing The dlaeentlon la both trade to 7 llTldedP with 108,000,000 yen for Washington March It-The SenateIn

: There was a fia* :''attandaace of the bank", gave the Professor and his craft caused by a disagreement over the arbitration and the balance for the navy executive session yesterday: reUSed Only tea yean ago the "present thav) '

.. a.abees !of tae Board of; Trad last a tow back to the dock. Professor agreement with employers, dltan for the war from I' the treaty between the United State lag town of Miami, Ma. whoa gjuua ;

' night; aad aa Interesting ...... Levitt .. quit aged, and wa considerably sod involves the absolute recognition >December; It to estimated, will and Ethiopia, which' wa negotiatedby baa bees so phenomenal a* to *)?' ) R,

far tire t V. Blackmaa read t.Iae aaaerred by his experience, bat by the aaloa of aa eI hour day. 1.000.000 yen, beside the spareserve Meaellk II, "King of Kings of the title of the -Boom City."eontatBt
meetlag after otherwise was aot lajured. He desire l Tb building trade trouble was iaaagu- i of 40.000.000 yen*. Ethiopia" and Robert P. SUaaer. consul -
_ at.....!ere th* arwrloa* tJaaak'daoM .. only ODe house, and its UhiWaaay
fa* board had beea called to order by to who rendered him rated by masons and laborer who > to meet these expense toaa general plenipotentiary.: composed of cue white family ad'a +
aIItaaeL claim the strike was forced by tacit by Issue of 100.000,000 ex- The treaty to to list tea yean and
., aa* ".....** Mr- W. M. Browa. fw negroes ta scattered hat) oa **.
II.J.. a] LTa.taM aid George MISSIONARIES BATE. employer posting notices catting down bonds; 1400.000 war tax**, provide for trading posts and telegraphs edge of tile KvargUde, wen eoaUM '

B. Oomph mad applVeatoa to becom* overtime than**. 7 bap--- ordinary receipt tad other mean of tranaportattoa to dream the day away. looking eta

.; .mem .a. aid war electej.Ta ,Lad They Are la No Danger la The plaa\ of the employers they ,000 from special funds.JAPAN'S la Meoellk' province Th over and acme the placid blue wataaa

qaeetioa of taej proposed Board uoaLChkago claim: I* to laaagarat the opsaaaoppolley. mala object to b* accomplished by the of shallow Btoeaya flay acros* Tb'd"

;: ; March 1C.-Assurance* bare WAR LOAN. treaty wer* set forth la aa extended gtaia Kay. to the bluer water *f fa*

din bees received here la a private letter report made ,by Consol General Skinner. Florida ehaaael beyond.
OHIO TRUCE BROKEN March 11-The Japan-
< KBterfsinm *t Oommltu wa latraeUd from a missionary la Seoul that | yesterday. received from A few:mn e further down th* ;1.d ::1..

: to arraag for holding .... American\ resident there are ta no Poraker Makes Some Scathing Remark nt a cablegram stating I side of Btocaya Bay wa the |planet
' ,
;' .a the eight of nvIdaT.11azQ' Hat. danger. Th Utter say: \ About His Colleague. abseription* to the loan of I little settlement of CoeaaaBt Grrr*.'
' Washington. March It.-The case'of .
plan add programm* to b* arranged If during tile war any danger to 1 exchequer I i bond whoa'most prominent resident wa
yea Second Lieut Frank Pratt. Pint >Infantry

by them, report to be made: at a special American should aria two United Columbus O. March.It-War ,has I !now to C3COOOCIOOea. The I the author Kirk Monroe, and ha i
stationed Fort
at Detroit.
meeting, to be.,held aert,, 'Taeadayi. State boats win remala ta Chemulpo gala bees declared j between the .R. Wayne I sally; and his eoosta. Ralph Moore -
.. ., I farther state that It to ex- Mica, baa been received by the .
; a1dL 1 II( harbor and we would be prepared to pubUcaa factions la Ohio._ The peace "at _.._ .n ... ____ ..._. I Stin further oa to the south wa ha.. ,
; .......ta:,.aatftafflnaalway. i ; I LiM-L.tM/nrs;ffritMatt4b. tMU..11'.Be [gallons w ,,pert ,p th, ar-t apartment tttl ............. .,t and.:.....
and he wtU.Iew. '
It for
::-t' '. addnfMd the meeting a* to *, Japaaea army to a credit to tile aatloa. daring the continuance of which Oea exceed MO.OUO.000: : The small _,- submission to the President for final nothing but deeolattoa and tile winking -
reafohjeet of a Board of Trad, 1 ay- The men behave like Christian geatleaea. Dick was unanimously'cle'ittd; la the I between lighthouse oa Cape Sable the.vr
scripUooa. averaging M aad I
action. It to reported that a .
wa sentenced
lag that It to sot;*. iorgaaUaUfl*) forth whJA to des probably ta riwlr Senate war only aa a-m.J tree. sad southernmost point of Florida.
zoo win the
cablegram .
yen, atatea.aloe. to be dismissed oa the charge
purpos* of airing grievaaee*. butfor almost perfect discipline. BOW the line of battle an* ..oN sharply amount to 75,000,000 Framed la a picture of bin water
yeaTHE of duplicating his accounts
th* business and Industrial develop- : draw than erer. Because rVna- __ pay _. under bluer skies and nodding palm
seat of the dty 4 laiereat He'reiterated tor Portlier secured the appointment NEGRO QUESTION. h that fringed the low coast, Miami wa

hto Itatement pud* ai a prerlou FORTY NEW ROOMS at the eaniuates be bail recou:men ird NEW CORPORATION remote from civilization although the

meeting thai the real ,prosperity for postraw'er at Nepolm and Uma Washington. March K.-When the, steamers bound to and from the northern

:- sad paraianeat -I-...J.wO of Miami would the Dick people thrmtt to extenala- House met'to-4a1. and after the preliminary and the Gulf ports could be dally '

depend largely'I apa vagelearnen. and ate Fencer and his foi(owing Seater business* consideration of seen across the key teaming. with or. 3 r

that ib| most important" utter to WO be Wed to Palm Hotel Before ron'f.t avrpta the Rap of haul rite pot-o0c MU wa resumed Repreitatlv against the Qalf Stream. It could only :

which til' orgaa zattoa' jeould devote and announce his willingness to fight Bplght (of Mississippi), dto- The Bush & Safford Piano Company be reached by schooner from Key

Its Urn and ;'wsa to *ecurtngdgar fal U an Interview which be tar outlast casing the negro question fat the! West nearly mo mile southwest or rx

i and c lace lndu ntrr.tt. Foraker pora. ally attacked South Being l Organl/ed. by an occasional sailing boat through

tries brace the ptopoaedj 1"' Dok'" togo -- Senator Dick .ometVng: Ilsnns. Mr. Sptght said b* desired to vindicate Lake Worth and New River Sound to:

an the member* together, that and Fo-,lwr In rec .t year bail ...- his section from the charge of the northward from Jupiter the _tJa-

some plea could I i be dertoed to this Mki WI Make TIlls Popular BoIse One 'lined tom doing. '!'he senior Senator harbarismi la the South he said the era end of the Indian river to which ':
'. .... says a lumber of scathing thins negro to denied the right to vote and Made State Aaesls For the famous RtMmboata plied from TttusTUte.

5 Mr. II:. t4 Brads) gar aa Interesting of the largrst h MJaad--A key of his colleague, one of which to that hold office, bat not the right to work Slftawsy PUflo-rVa Read Out For here was consequently little travel to

- talk along ;the aam* 1ne4 calling M- BaIIJII' Sauer. Dick to hardly consistent la waiting for an aoaeat living a* I* done In the or from Miami. }

tentioa to the Board< of trade of JackaoBTllJe thirty days before taking the oath of North. ,They an sometime killed for Homo and foreign Trade. Behind the place to the ."Wardlay .*-

., *a]aa example 'Of what such office out of respect to Haass' memory outrageous,crime, but sever because the mysterious and virtually uao.plored .

--; organlzattocs can: add. should be. He : when be did not wait thirty mm- they want,to work. He said thai lynching Everglades, peopled only by

" aid that tier pop eat [Viand personal In keeping with the progress and lites after hone was dead before becoming sometime occur unnecessarily In tray 'hands of Seminole Indians Bad,

dlfereoct* 'and grhnaace. were never f demand of Miami for more and better a candidate to succeed Hanoala the Booth! and referred to the! lynching la keeping, with the great future of stretching hundreds of mile away to- .t

.. dlsiussinl." tat that in constaatly" pull I I the Senate. In Wilmington, Del., last year! and Miami come the organization of new I the West Coast There was. as-now.
; hotel accommodation,. Proprietor Co
.. together for'the com morn :good of UI.dtt. to subsequent attacks oa negroes In companies, with'enlarged capital get' the softest and balmiest' of airs both
A. Mailer of the Palm Hotel, win add CURRENCY OF* PHILIPPINES. the that ting ready for th. larger business M summer and winter, rich soil the
He Mid that a rfgar 'fX'1h.. North;, Bad contended such a oa ,
,\;" would mesa'a great deal !n tiny re- forty more rooms to that house duringthe I thing never happen la the Sooth."Wbeaja rapidly coming this way. little {i ten-mile trip of land between '"
Secretary Taft; !Twin Ask for Bills of Among the latest of those who are ..
.pecta Th* grocers;of ,,this dty. who coming Bummer. [ ; guilty wretch haajpald! a Iftogrne Day and the Everglade
'all Larger J Denomination. life penalty for his awful crime that spreading out an Messrs. Bush ft Saf- apahle of producing vegetables at an
deal with leading b ue* the way 'This Increase to warranted and demanded
from JacksoaTin to) New To k could by the largely Increased Washington j j March 11-Secretary to the end 'of It; the mob I. satisfied. ford who have found business so good seasons and pineapple, orange aadother1
Taft appeared before the House Committee not IA their Ha* during the few month frat Deer and bear and wildfowl
Miami and doe wreak Innocent "
r pub ta* sale of cU irs, and tourist travel that to BOW coming vengeance upon
oa Insular Attain Monday, to that they have been la the field, that
pennons because to Were abundant In the Everglades
they belong
materially aid la building uj a great South every season and requiring more
brats the pending legislation regard- .me' '* declared i I. order to give a greater scope to
buslaea { i room and when completed these new &e race a* the criminal and the waters of Biscayne Bay aid a
yq.. tag the government the Philippine Mr: their operation and open a wider Held of the Florida Channel teemed aa they
..: Colonel B. T. Bytngtonj dlci >seed thejs.sUoa rooms win make the Palm on of the : BptgbtH ,
also dung AUaati a* the largest of the ..,.era1l1otela now here tland*. Me suggested sererat amendments then spoke of the attempt of certain they are, now Incorporating their do now, with almost every variety: of R

leading commercial city) j jot' the South.. and win facilitate greatly its present to the bill now under consideration persons to put the Begro on social business with large capital aa the food and game finh. It wa a'paradla* A

-.' made so by every Atlanta mail baring popularity. 'By the e committee of which the equality with the whites, and, referringto Bush &j Eaffor4 luuic Corrocy The for the sportsman and the boater sad

r aa jUlanta;horirand blowing pt everywhere Mr. Muller win have the plan for most 'Important to .that provision be the occasion when Booker T. Wasangtoa officers and dire:tr t of tbe new concern the fisherman and a land for th* ,
made for bill of larger denomination will be L. B. Safford. W. M.
b* goe*. This should b *o with the additional room drawn at aa early i l dined with President Rooeeveitsaid I dJ'f'amer.
In I the Philippine currency than to authorised "This Incident did Brown and ... C. Bush. THE MILLIONAIRE'S WAND.This .
Miami P'OP1e" and the hoard: of Trade day and will commence: work aa BOOB < : one more :
could accomplish a great rork by '1y a* the season to over! The rooms will ; by existing law aflame the ration of tbe negro and { They [have also recently secured ,the was Miami and Its rorroandlng

;' deretlpg lis< time to : nrth< ring tbe1 be added or built on the south end of I flat! largest bin BOW fey circulation give him perverted ideas of bIll Impor-1 State agency for the world-renowned country and water only a decade agol ..

.eommand luduB rial Interests I the house, and will extend three stories' I* 110 pesos and the Secretary advo- tanee than,anything that ha happened Steinv piano, the favorite of the Bat the wand of a modern and prorrrs.ve -
I..eafcea the Issue: of bills of denomlcagSOp crowne head of tbe world well 1
the ton ken I a* as Ii.r .
of tb< Citji to the exion of petty I high. This addition, will necessarilymake a ).us multi-millionaire. Henry
I ttons ft' ZQ'peeoa, b0 100 ramp.s'arttat.' even where. I I1 I '
pesos peace tie sad be was Washingtondid iarkr: touched these shores and aeMo
mattert J which an tool oruft talked a change In the Interior of the I sorry 1'I
about and result la no real rod. hotel and by next ,fan this popular I pesos, ana 1.000.No Increase I not have sense and elf-respect I This move. connection with the : and l they awakened to new.life. Where

l 'Mr. E. T. Blackmaa ''talked to the bonne will be so altered Cat one will !In| the volume of currency I* eoDttmI enough; to decline a eat at the mblte One line of piano the old firm has the Munroes fifhed and hunted and s

- Board about the County air Just not recognize It plated. ilia!)'* board. It would have been infinitely i i been handling, will place this company sailed, and dreamed and wrote charmIngly -

dosed! and asked that tbe oard aid I' This work together with that to be, ; ARKS AND'MUNmO to'hi' credit, U he had," asserted In Florida a position C to supply the trade of:: and alluringly of the earthly

ra= in maklBg the next one]m stljl greater.weds. pursued Bering the summer month IB { Mr.SpighL and the West ladles with anything parallse they had discovered now th*

,>y pledging |luo ,,1 pedal i bonding the new Halcyon Han Hotel 1. W 11 Not Be Sent Again to San Domingo .. -hET. .they may call for In the musical railroad engine snorts steamboats ta
Dale THE. COT'l. J. ;.';.\ line 'I i ,_ Key West and steamers to the Bahama :
e, premiums for:some cot lit, pro- will make time lively and business Rebel. ?
.duct for the next fair. He spo>e of the good. Then, too. there will be a greater New Tat. March .-It to understood Future opened wc k. Washington, March: -! -.-Although; and Cuba churn the waters of the J v
. . . .
Interest January f. bay Into a foam a fleet of yachts aad
that; had been wakened amount than usual of residence and ben that Infraction : final
have been no action has been taken It to
February.;). 5. .L. . '
among the grower In'the' tatter of I business-block bunding that will helpto received by official from the State : March. . . r .. ....... IS SS, practically settled that the Third Infantry houseboat lies at anchor or sail or "

re1sfnS Bermuda onion by tie flOO ', liven up the hot season and put Department to accept no more arm or Apnl:. . . .f i.jl.. . I'JI! I will relieve the Eighth Infantry !|i strums around; one of ,the finest of -

priz Offered list year by the JSouthaUpieas .raUkeln plenty of money Into dm .&UoL ammunitions for thljplnes ,revolutionist May . . j j. . f .. 1615 from duty In Alaska a* soon as the I'! modern resort hotels, the Royal Palm
Company, and hat la Baa rMn\sjj C % June) c. .. . .4..i. 1610 weather condition win permit The I shelter thousands of visitors and k
I > Jaly. ... . .. . .. 1613 tourist winter
faraatj! eould'ae: aroused a* o celeryr of Trade to the payment of $*> .* a General Jtmis.;. It.yfut, will neat Third Infantry to stationed Fort every season,, who overflow
Auguat . .. .. . ., .., 1562 at Into mailer
# Irhth potatoes U a good pri w ahould prlat for the best crate of celery, mad be daunted by thtojact of the WuItID September. . . .. 13 76 Thomas Ky, and Columbus Barrack. boarding new or and

b* offend.by' n.-uoi... Itoeaased 140 for the second bed crate grows t* toe goverainejHb to already making October, . .-. . .. 1280 Ohio. This was the regiment ordered houses ,;
< *etml member*, after whOoa ch a mo- Dade county; and exhibIted at tile acztCoaatyFair. arraa.- '| munitions of warfrom November . . j. .. 1256 to bold Itself la readiness for service .Miami Itself to a prosperous, thriving

was adopted pledging tie Board ; Canada.; December.. ; .. . .. 1251 oa the Isthmus of Panama (Continued oa Fourth Pag) 1



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1 BurdlD" :V. K. L u mu.. J. E. CALL FOR PRIMARY. i II Member Natltnal( Committee.
GKlfEKAL DIRCCTOftT For Best Meats Choicest
I : Byington E. T. LaSall LBradyE. I Supervisor ofjRectstntioD.I and Poultry
h01 STATE riUfcRB.: I L. Lerner! c. D. Notice la hereby given that I 1 Member 9f Dade County Democratic .:- GO TO .>

+ ,"rrnt 11'. J.n"'fSir Malley! B. )1. McDonaid .t A. sill be a Democratic primary e I Executive C mmltleft 111 aDd for I

CupZu-.tar T.---,it oC-tinge-U-AUi.\. .r....C...e.II
Ah.t.,....-r.. b. .11I'n.i .W.. Itror o I..r. G. D. Slue:"r. 0. out ty. Florida, oa May li>. 1964 Bodu a. 10. 11. I!. '. and H.I' .
aut+,.asaueat uru., i' I..., IuaIta&8. -".. Burdlne J. )1. MIJI'tP. t"rtd S. '
.. JUlie T, l':a:4, for the purpose"Wioniiiiatiii T1'es g".rAlne raid l.rjlU.rlil.ball ,. I
Uutt... .a err M Aen-"ur.-a. 11.Ua.Adlut.nt Ha.-ku". r'. \\'. Monrl' 1'. V.Blackman I' lot la Street and A.'Vo. D.
........f*. -J t. I.. r.*..lItlrrnnl r. V. Mcfonald.H.. tbe follooIng offleers jy Ins the pan 118 tbORe 'dortt'd by I
..r4 M I, .'ttr. ... ... 1 .lior urevei.. .'..-. 1 Representative; In Congress Second ilthe iensorratie Executive Committee 1
ha4TIoc.u. u1- -I. Si u.UV ('haIJl.! W. H. M. KInI1"r. G. A. I Ii
.ekdue.y ...,.......l and c............... caleKS. Cohen. J. !el.on.. Edo InCh Congressional' DIrri
w ". .,. i lu.atw.-Tb.. t:'I II. J. 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the .''on .hnnary 22.1 1r'14. for governing;
.. ......."" ,\1..1..1. !rtr w..r W.k atham. J n. P.-k. j FLORIDA AND WESTERN MEATS.
a."......._. ..i.I. M fvl .C.UM.1tjl: .. i+ Conrad J. A. Prout W. 'V.C fUll urm of six: .,_no |,state primaries, 10 fir as the' Name will I
_,/er bt..u* l.l. at1'(..s lijir } t.yr' :3 Jui-tlreg of the Supreme Con j,be spi'l raMe to tbe county wimarle.. They established the business here
laAt" _. U....... .U... '" .oj, M k. P. C. Patter<.n. S. LDrake. meat in April 1896.
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l.t.1. t f \ ,1 : Ga..ton Parr, .b, Allan It.Uou 1 (Governor. j t! The arw< 'met to be rid by the ,
..deal..II. iufc'r-i I iiB I I '
., .... ... tl.. ...at..s.yr
Awnt u.t1.et :; r't:,".d : Dom, J. K. Rooe. C. J 1 Attorney-General. j,Representative . . ... $15 M H. F.

.L....( .......-L 1':. ..-. I : i Erwin W. W. R"lIy. J. B. l Comptroller 'Senator .. . . . t j. 15 011> Scruggs. -.-

t-CPEEVE COIfHT; JVH'I. ,i I CnlO, Dr. G. RUhh. Dr. W. B. I Treasurer Sheriff . . .. .. .-.. .)f..'. 35: 0.)
r L P.T'J1er.GLirf : : : Frlndl. G. C. Rumph Edw.Flanagan 1 Superintendent of Public ilion ; PPP Clerk of the Circuit Court .|1". :50: 1s)

j.{.H...tulrr>>....,,.A Awrtr.r..-.J..Nlee.err.. Just tCr...i i. ,j R. S. Rauleraon C. H.' I Tax Assessor . .. . .f. :20 (II) PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING

_u.-.roI--JH'O'---.I.--w....,......"UIf", d.tta.wrY.-acii.' I Frederick. J. 8. s.ell.. E. G. "1 Commissioner of Agriculture. Tax Collector . . . .i.. 25 00

..ToIia_ Ia. 1 : Frana. J. 8. Iut'lby. J. 0.I 1 Railroad: Commissioner : County Treasurer . . .; 2000 And Dealer in PLUMBING SUPPLIES. ;

U. t ..atlATuatl.J j I; Gerlack A. P. Solzner. G F. r AdJutaat-G<'Deral.. County Judge .. . .. .L. 15 (00 j 8N.-

HM.J.o.* T.T.laarerraMaa ...Lna.iu.. GIrtman. Jam. Smith. Julius r State Chemist ,'i County Attorney .. . .,. 10 00 10U8 L'llendorff Block, Avenue D ai
y B. M.twry.Yeaaauula. CauU. T. N. "tont'maD.: F. B.
swplKn ; I 1 Judge of the Circuit Court SereajhJuOJcial Superintendent of Public instruction i
; J Graham. S. Sulzer A. E.
: V... pcGU4$ IEp. Circuit ITS . . . . :S 00 MIAMI* FLORIDAWilsOll's
Carthllde, C. H. ShDr-hu. M.Gal1att .
Itrat D4K'N't I.abra.lns the ..11 Cearl'' 1 State Attorney Seventh J.4IMa1 County Commissioner . .. S 00 "
w. cart' rsirr. F Sewell John -
-1". DtatrM.-IOa. b. L sp.rtsycsP. Gautier R. B. Seymour R. H.GrUliII Circuit Supervisor of Registration. . (DO

J. <<. AK.. s..t..l.. I. p 1 Prosecuting Attorney. It Members of County Jxhuul: B rd. 1 00

k 1A1LROADCOt/YI8Sluxtas. Gtrtman W. H. Tumqe. J. L 1 State Senator, Thirteenth Se Justice of the Peace. . .. 1 00 NoyeltyIs

"5. Jr1. ar.w.e. sr We t. Car. ... Hayes. J. H. Tatum. B. B. District *} lk Constable . . . .. .. 1 00
L B. fun. Uttte kl er.J. .
c .U .orxka.im.vt. i iX H. B. Shaw. J. C. Gramlln 1 Member of the House of Repress All candidates are required to pay g"

< C. ap..I1...,_ rietk.et n.rard, Hill L. E. Tatum. J. H. tatlves. j& the above fees to S. L. Patterson Treasurer .
gtutw.rs std oOte4 Uw: a Is now Os raltna a 4 Is wady Ie reed's
.:.::.. Jones, K. E. 1 County Judge. of tbe Committee and also to <

|. LCOMMi6alo:fER. Hethertngton. U. F."''bit.. E. LHeyser 1 Sheriff. furnish such candidate's name to tbe For Anything la
Jbai, a. -,11I.|| *. MUmk A- E. Wall T. A- 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Committee on or before April 10,104. Wood Novelties. ..hi

SE1I4TOB lira DISTkKT.: Hall, W. W. Wh..er. H. T. 1 County Assessor of Taxes. I II The Committee reserves' the right to
a. A- A Wintow and door screens, wild
HahD. F. W. Worley
(..hweipa Brevart sad'Dade Coual.....ta. Tax Collector. Increase the &hoTemeDt' at Its and door frames, store liter suit 4
D. Wilson J. L
W. ,
.. ,.Kj INMk-k.ralia ftMcfe."V4BB Hughes Horner J. W. Woodworth J. F.Jack.on. 1 County Superintendent of Pub F- ,I meeting on April 10, 1904. If It be i work:,inside trimming ef all 111.; ... ;
strnctlon. 1{
fovni BCPBUBaTATIVB.SMkkMi ., J. II.. Jr. XlItWlIee. c. L. 1 Surveyor. i found at said meeting that the assess + R.S.WILSON.CONTRACTOR .

'f.f Bis*.Pvltar. *. -- meat above; will not be sufficient to AND BCILDU.FLAM
TRAGEDY AVERTED."Just .1 County Treasurer.S Jii j .
PAM roc NTT ornrBRs.r. County eoDam..loDe. '" meet the expenses of carrying oa the a .aclnallOlra.r .
in the nick of time our HttU
.,. '
( I.-AII. L n., Ml u
y 3 Members of the County Board of primaries.
_.. MIa.I. I _.
-Y t.s.I7 '- T. Lawton boy was saved. writes Mrs Kate each -- -- -I-- ? +.Y
lira ill tarwa test aa4 teeerd.e.1red. Public Instruction. 'if5
r--.0. o.n--.0.-.1""".. WatkJns, of Pleasant City,. aPnea- ( The polling places In precinct .
.eflt-J.b. "-L Mis L: aoa.la bad played sad havoc with him 1 Justice of the Peace la Bad for *- where the primaries are to be held Are You Going to Build ? ;

r. its r--n"'J. d..... l lI '.c-'land a terrible cough set' la besides. trim N... 1. %. S. 4, 5. (. 1,'..14;t. and the names of the Inspectors and

E. nsnrBVMtth. ......... lilla.l.' Doctors treated him but be grew 10. ,11. U and 11 I clerks who are to conduct such primaries If if need material of
...HIII.C. B. rat.Uw.t 1 Constable la and for District No. I so, or you building any

.'..-' .T T .itopvrlDb-BdrM H mu.BOMM VI&ol *Hblic. lutrv worse Kln every' New day At length for we Consumption tried 1.. t. 3, 4, 5, 11. 7,. 8, s. 10 U:M will be named by the ExecutiveCommittee kind you should not fail to see : :
Awtd d 0-.0, t.laalullera-Geo. W'i 1 Discovery
Uliaut.CtuinUH. '" .M ".!. Mrack; P.C and 11 1 ftt at their next meeting to beheld
and our darling was saved.
.A_/.....J.U..I.BMt. : a;-a.K.A.Mcl/nnad.WI.ar.. C runrd.Mu .....nUl He' now sound sod well. Every 5 Presidential'Electors. ..:Wl oo April 10, 1904.

t-: R.U.DcMfear Clerk and Awlltur. 4 Delegates at Large to National taoa.
k' Br .lltami. body ought to know lie the only sure W. A. FILER J. A.

Of'QIoORtntvcmJrDIet1L; !:
CItCt tT.
">> HBmbnelM :.4. ..4 Mhrr. __1..1. Trial 13 Members at Large of state Committee -
Price 50 tents and $L bottles
..,.. .. T_.. :... :
tlllIGIi" ioart.
.It I. Attest
tr.iru Uterk o cl..1c |Vmrtr-... .. ,
.. ab- i u 1U w. Ar. caw O aid l a *tr H.iPOWERS'
..111ft" N.-
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r an n. "UIt"t .. I
......, I. SprU.COTOtV' I REPIT3MCANS FEAR ,HEARST. .,........t.......". tt ...<<.. .. 4.r.I ..-... ,..

4" J. -. .. R. a..,.....til.ml I I\I.JC"R.: : BE-O'S. ''ji
p49-I.T,waA.... :Irw.Lxtater lead-rrs ,
Tern.14'r ay lJt.lll: tar.epdtt. : I .
.T..m rI ir.t $.mdaya AprL KIND .R- LOU, OA- Choice lines of Florida and Western
Meats Pork.
.. w ........Toono-fl.*. 11-".|i iM I. Jq., k l.rte cumber: of Republicans who i ,
w.1t T-rttn' _>> is urtutwr.P "Dull much prefer that any other man Nuke BarrelKinderu :' Sausage. Hams. Poultry etc. :
t CL. I .;Orr1iAIIIEMILLL ban Hearst fchoold be selected. Ore I 1M At FILE IV JNIAVL FLORIDA.

II a",... Bcn<.... I
a- ..w.t;. [-l&rPf."" i ;, member "oho repreaeotsL. a .distrkt "Crates < I :1.J :1. '', ,

,rta, ; 11tCTO11T. Where there Is a great deal of manufacturing r (} : : FREDK. S. MORSE

BAFtT,. ...>..c ..4 7\/II'ot mi%-' says that he would rather ,.
.,. ita.. mmlui mt II Vrlort I!
r UBt
easy tf hUe any man than Hearst as a candlfi -
Chase & Miami
.a.d.T /M boot st 1* 4irt: ek; apt Toontfw : Harney. ,.
Csl.a IK I it:PnTersnt.x,TnTcimiliTnliQI Democrat!
p the
e .te for President: on
..., ..t yAll! .r.r.*. .eny u I Sell-===:::::::::r E REAL ESTATE
e A.sl. "I.| tLTSMT.a. Psator.itaY..sta tibKeL With Hearst U the candidate.

; Err.priL ttnaT:. Ctr-ee' Aw. lit acid he would have, difficulty In J Kinder Lou Crt .tes
_c and Ilk ..fw- 'rarer acdiltl n*>lrfttrMp d
nay* ..., ........, Dehwi at M*. si holding the votes of the working men. I
rmrhliM u 11.m : K.mnk Lessee M a,.,p all 0Vt1': Dade County. i
.. .. I M a. C A ......... This was on account of the continued Office stairs Cor. Ave. C sud It tb at.
t. Ski k r .a. kt" f. l'aat.w. aJyor... ....._. ...... .... ...... .. ........,........... up :
of the cause of labor by theNew
sJ. a ".'L......WJ Onner ATFOO r ...... lltfcmAr York representative through his : -- Miami. Dade Co. Florida. "$
a >MeiilUist1e'tlues" a. m. I+.. ,
....... s."i u.m.t rmuaimi *4 let *. p.t newspapers The Republican represent .
B.. tU ':1S f. .., Ju.U Epwonk
.s:1 p. .. nape< aeetaa Wed_t., tlve gala that so far u bis observation . .. -rF -
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I went, the laboring men

V ,...'"'C...... P. &..A..SM .B sad: NitwrtcaMaretat i were so strongly committed to Hearst Fancy Groceries rRUITS RB. IIvrar3l.ing: Wagon tt Carriage Asks
r..... II 4..... k; .eswds) that they would not be held by protection } Haven All Kinds Bepalrlnc.
Bebsi ....w [restsstay'. f:"; ""' ,..0
evrcvnix 1M. H sIY.. ,
,; Sn>tevl M> Fintsod tatr Work First-Clsaa.
UIA ':. .Kj sfA. >MJ. arL.4 sTBMavVh.ad Corer : When men talk like that and mean I : Guaranteed
set 8I9f'a.' l....... Ji B. rrtuii. HertnrPasVT I
'. it, their Is reason to.believe that the Yachting Trade a Specialty
Y Hii. I!k attest and Ares. A- ShOp Does A.Ven.ue neS
: movement ls giving politiciansa
rowoklac: .rf ..M4.r. ornlac*t U Xock.4MWT Hurst
.. *.a4.r nenlii at t-is. deal of concern.' The -
1 l>a *.w.fA... "- a.I. representative

(d..earia.c.aanerv. Malta at lie. referred' 1is from New England E. L.] Brady & Co.

at*..p....U""f"..a-.erase.at l uSaUS..._.u.. ill.. nay rues. ', quite a large employer of labor. .

r l 1 (ABOARD Or JTRADB.Trcstdent. and Is a man whose political judgment

'Is not warped and who does not easily GROGF1R8.: :

VHUaja M. ..r,... 'become stampeded.-Washington Po t. a'Qlseay9e
'First" n............ T. T- Uaore.Bmsl I Phone g4.
Ylo.Pr. B. T t1A..R.BIaeksMa.Treasursr. J.| B.teoretary. .. L..a CURED CONSUMPTION. Cora Ave. :::0'' and: :: Twelfth St.i .

B. B. Tstv.. : -
..... .e( 0........... ,'Fi'. III. Rnws.V. )I.... B. W. Evans: t arwatar. Ka I Dru Compa9y ;

Meore.J.; B. t..__ A. B.'Hey writes: "My b.baDdla1 sick for three
:J.. 11 Kerar. ,rt W, ...... W. W. months. The doctor Mid be had jntrk IA i Short Trip Abroad via P. & 0. Steamship Go. j;,

,--. Jeka ttomn.TAirDiira :
; aorilrfTttrs. eonsnmptloa. We procured B bottto ofBerianTs J. C ABERNETHY, (Proprietor

t.Aws-AaM. W. B t Pikltenem B. L: Horehoond !reap. and U _

M>4rra>. Jasaea. 'T-t ..,.. ... B. B.J eared him. ,That wax MX yean ape 50 lit

iff'T.**.DO*. O_AUBaUrr.. &, :M.: JIMI&_ '". and'sine' the we have always kept $2'5. ;: I BtNASSAUNassau Largest stock of Drugs, Fancy Stationery Toilet

'i' k.,r;W.; Rosa Cj.J.I rrsdsrfck. B bottto IB the BOOM.. We CMBOt tt Articles, Etc.., in South Florida. Pipes, Cigars and

'& : : i without ft For eoitghs Bad eolds 11bor.egnaL' MIAMI Tobaccos. ;,

tIMLftCJIG tAMrtABTlMBaoe.rt. IS&:. Me. and |L Bold "' ,, :' i. .:; ....,.. ..... AND RETURN I
___ "r.:, W, tr) .t Rubs OlB. Prescription Department in charge

tern.PIaar; Arno..s. t-i ***. H. HfHARBOKSOarthsMe.r. by -Red Cross Pharmacy.dw 2 1.2. .DAYS BOARD at the HOTEL COIOMAL : of skillful Bad careful hands< . ..

sT-t ..... Mward Ct TalnsvAKD '
B &a atk..aa 11.aUtH I BiSCAYNE DUCK MIAMI FLA.
.. .. ;J.'' has made the Ant exhibit ,
., A"" i :<-- TRSIOWTIzrr.tt. '' Bon Miami J. Mond."SKX> a.III; Moh 21 LV MIarnnMond.; i S.-OOpjn. Moh 28

; -a::' L:' &a ftw. ,Co,D.: t..__I of borne grown celery from Bin Rob- II Ar Nassau.Tues. OSO.."",. Moh 22 AT Nassau.TIM. 8130..Ift.. Mch 20Lv ,

CHAJUriXaV-Brtactea. ,B. T4 Ckeataais. {,, Bart has a fine crop of'celery BOW _111 I I Ar MI&mI.Friday.5 r00 .."",. Mole 2S Ar Miami.Friday.5000 a.m. April_I M.

I. lit Po ag4N._* k. ta OmtUr,I T'j toward ump1e'of The**trip will be ""-.11) oenduetod try Mr. Frank M. JoIl"'Tr.y-
N,; Xkrut.l.e. Co 1 along maturity, B- line Pass.ns..r Agent of the P.Jk O. Steamship Co- who will remain with
OAJt"tL'r'C"Rz. ...,.._.. B, V.; which was OB exhibition yesterday la the ._ *.,. and do*rjrthlne_.lbI..Ot'their comfort and pIe._.*. ti
r No trip on this hemisphere can dual this for .... -_lna- and for :
M-rM, r. a| Tatwl *. : OrUIItIC|' A. the window of the Putnam Nationalnan's. first class aooommodattooe aboard ship and at the beautiful. and de- I .
ati Den..K., I J JPCBUC ...- famous Hotel Colonial. _
f ,. -Palatka News.
JT.s -
RrIIDINGS-1 wnu.
.rent ,'I : For reservations apply to C.E.Johnson.Ticket Agent. Royal Pain*. MiamiC.
a v ite: H. r: tutu. f. B.: .w.u.
.. ,.....: Wtekr. n. T.NtiNVFACTLT.Errlr.ll.. I I I Disturbance of strikers and sotbealy U MYERS. Manaccr. Jacksonville. Fla.E. M. HAFER. Traffic Agent -

; : 010. ':(Ic.: ':. u grave as aa Individual disorder 'n __ .__ __ .._ .. u u _. HAHN )r
._ T, y.. Cared J. X; RlMdMj; R. .
1 I of the system. Overwork Ions
w.J RHWT J. P.P | I
tCATIOXAI.-rt3stdte.. W. ,JM.t !of sleep nervous tension will be followed Wheels --4P.1.

|1..1'1.1; JW: Os"Mw. Rrfmtrad R I! i ilAf I' by utter collapse, sinleM' a reliable .A.h1T.: n:!. D _
.... | Ut aa by. J. a: Bmlth.IMMNHlATIOMBlaeBmaa. t now have la my employ one cub.Matt .
Jufuat It..:,.. A. I. j remedy la Immediately sail I 'tins For Everybody. draftsman' la tb. SoattiL\ Bad an
I Ijvl:; v. ptoyed. There's nothing so efflctect> to ';
I --- better prepared than fof.fomlak-
...... ... ... Tat-. I. H.. Dors.;J.1 K.SIITCRWiiLE1tV..Raedes. I"I*r disorders of the Liver or Kidneys ever
I bug plans. and details for food buildI
'' "
.l. ,as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful We have jti..t received ..hi.|>-
R Jw.; ;:. togs, fine cabinet work eta "
H. ,. 'tonic. and effective aerrlse and theffeatest t meat of the tarn*rn_
OarthsMe. C.J *
B. R: ....n. Jsba.tkVVgRT1ENOTatum.. j : all around medicine for rsn r.;; I #"
scroll and an
sawing work
B.: ...... work aa-
8. Iowa systems. It dispels Nervousness 'Trtbun.e EaG1e zr : SneU's
tip ,ally done la a first class ptaalnc ant
_.. .. R| BytaBtea, B..1'; BIs kss. BL.uma.. Neuralgia. Bad
1 I and expels -
B. T4 Rsthrw tea. VLT, : : ; 1 he best sad the cbea|_t..1 icycle on tbe market We Send me your' orders for door s cad

'7M fan Bat ot Bteaban. aatnt>WtqaiMct' 1I&larIa..... Only We. and also carry a Urjie stock of r i-cc. t aJdlc. doRepairing ;jrlndow rnm... Unusters, brackets. s.a
la'.wars' as foOowa satisfaction guaranteed baU drag- of aU kinds. \ all and see BS. Rime
I I etc, and be convinced.
LssSk'w. .J1Cnm.. .L J. \'ct-ta. '- "a .
Carroll& Clark 12th St Miami Flamot
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Justices' districts te the various. con executive eommlttee.shan bays power

r Uee ,shall have the right|I to veto 1M j to correct the returns. from said ooaatr g
I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE.AanowKMaMte I one candidate for Justice of the peace,, praetect aa to suck office, so M to -

professions {.d and one candidate for constable. M indicated I. Justly: declare the result of said afc*.

will lie teMrUd to ti. -v te tile list herewith published tIoL n
& ud WMklr MMropeUi for U* da- .la schedule form of o1IIce candidate: 'I Each candidate: for office being ......' fF

? .... or la tltbw dlttoa for ova don.raCsn64dal. Rules and Regulations to Covert_.the Primary to be Held May :for which are to be chosen at said ,for shall have the right to place .a
.. for Oontybcn 0D.n '
... of UM school board will lie 10th 1904 in all Counties in Florida. I primary elections. watcher and challenger at the pala
E$ ,
1C fUUHAJt, PATTIRSOX tI: ....... oac-half UMM .- &. $: Each person desiring ,to have his. at sack predaet te every nosey
t 1- No anBouBoOMat Iuwte4 ooUl paid which said watcher sad rhsnai sr
EYS AT 1 I name printed oa the primary: alectto
= t shall be entitled to be present cartaf'
_. .... .. .. 1 ballots M a candidate for any rite
[f "_ '"d ... The Democratic State Committee at State lawful electors of the sl.etiotdistrict office.4 Including members of the L1Islature the entire time the poll ara spay to.
!' We aee the ealv ee the votes and also to witness :
U4 !&IM.
tketnet M'se eoveftaa Iteoe 0. FOR TAX COI LECTOR.I Florida met la the city of JaekaoaTllloa la which they offer to Tote, I United Statea Senator delegates .

r ..seesf". T-----; "..... hereby announce myself a candi- the 22d day of January A. D. 1WH, who hare paid their poll taxes legally I to the National Democratic Co:' the counting of the roto"aad eery

f for the OliN of tax collector: or and adopted reaolatloaa aa follows: dos not less than tea days before sack vention. member of the National Deiocratlc tlfyiag of the result after the poll- of

t' p T.' SX&.GGS. K. D., County subject to the action or RESOLUTIONS.Be primary: election la held and who Committee members of the [closed. TIle ballots poD lists retaraa.

-1r '. coming Democratic primary It rwolTed. That the attached aaail, then challenged by any elector :State committee at large'and Presld.-t and other record of the eleetloa aha
OBVe*.*..mm wttb lei*! Mm T. N. GAUTIER. call for a Democratic: State primary: II pledge In writing upon oath before aa Ual electors shall file with the cha i.... be preserved by the County exeeattv

eenMtlve 'O hereby made the lint primary election Inspector his honor to abide by and 'man of this committee' on or before committee after tile primary baa bees

XU I. FLORIDA FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY to be held Tuesday the 10th day oMar sapport the result of such primary and I the 11th day of April. X D. 1904. Ma held.I '

t hereby respectfully announce mjetf A. D. 104 and the second primary; rote for the nominees thereof. I;;notice of candidacy and| application to I I I hereby certify that the above to a fie,.

D>:. J. it. JACXSOH, nL. as a candidate for the office of election te be held Ttenday. the 7Ua The said primary election shall beheld I,:.have his name so printed upon a blank true and correct copy of the reeolutloa'

'a Attorney of the Seventh Jt- I I to elect delegates to the national chairman land call for primary elections
I | Uy of Jure,A. D., 1904. I to be furnished by the .said

OOTCEBLOCK::, Circuit, subject to the vote ofIt' I I De It farther resolved Th.t. Campaign eonTeatlon four of whom shall be and accompanied by an amount of ,adopted by: the, Florida 1904.Democrat
HOTXL Democratic primary I Committee, conilftlne of the elected by the elector of the State at money equal to S percent of the annual 'I Committee January 22.

= htIA I. j FLORIDA.i It'; CECIL G. BUTT. {: ,-balrroatt and secretary of this committee )large, and two of wham, shall be elected compensation of the office<< for which. '! ARTHUR T. WILLIAMS Democratic

E and fire Alters to be named by. bjr the electors of each Congressional he Is a candidate, and ao name of nay Chairman Florida State
i i w a I
Ps. c. j >R COUNTY JSCHOGI. BCPSRINTE: the dialrman of ibis committee, shall) district, a member of tbe i national such candidate shall be printed uponor Committee.

MEXNEPTI d: WILLIAMS ; DENT. prepare and D1I a list of offices la the committee of the part, members counted or returned If printed upon I J. R CRANE',-secretary.

I ) hereby announce rmjrtH a eamnAat ...U, and'also to hare published la the of tbe State comlttee to succeedthis any such ballot unless this provision
ATTORNEYS LAW.wy Supertiteadent nf PublIC Inetmctio
; committee.' July ::1, 1904. to 'nominate stall have been complied with provided MONEY j
I iisuBtrk ywrrat ass ail I < Dads County avtyct te the itn of schedule form the list of all office, FOR CLEANER

.etr.tloo,..,. .r. ,. byte voters aa may be m.*'. "> at the 3 iite aDd t,. elective! : and .. a United States Senator: Presidential : that the assessment of ciembers of

| tli>Deoiocrxtic p..morj eloctloi .ffjJntire; candidate for bleb are, Ia electors aad all State and the legislature and senators<< In tboae I' !

K. V- -.*l-- L'ompllance with said platform to is county officere to belfill J by electionor 'districts! constituting one county shall Schemes Before Congress for Rldr-J'
)lla1n1. Fla
DR' W. B. R SHe i iOtIM i'hosen at said primary election, and' appointment where vacancies will be paid to their respective county eon. lug,Soiled Bill*. ...

( all forms am .occur prior to the prinary election to ml I tees, and the assemment of sea- .
lit h strr t,Phone RR.side5lot / 1 Inreby atinoonc myself. as a,eaaol- hall preirrlbe necessary .h I -
I and elct .. held In 1906.RHOt..ei. i store In districts constituting more
and I of Clerk: of the dl hlanka riles and regulations, 1
btmt for the oAoe .. CSrres.rOva- >*
r .
sad Ta teit
That at the elt'Or a.114
(itt Court ef [)ea. County.Subjeet I. \land eaute to be done aO thing seekauary primary than one county shall be paid In equal
j j'hoeel7.-3 BUfc.ftj
... M MHt a
t' : -
MIA WI. tuu ... ... he a: Title ,rlm'tr)'. vr au,_Ue to tie nuns ia ooa ..c.to :.t. 1- tT>-_':') de lath: amounts to each
I E. L. WHITE. 'notion with such prillV7'.1ecU pof May the>> questHn of holding a State i tee. Said chairman shad Immediate! So Pale .
'p. W- BAcnra, I January UC4.TOR 'not Inconsistent: with said platform' convention for tire purpose of manclatlcg :thereafter famish to each newspaper r#

: and primary election laws', to the eel a platform] and Instructing published In the State a list of all Cleaner paper money oseof the great-' '

.! ssiplesilone.sd Detail ) Ct RK CTRCUITCOURT.I and spirit of said DemocraOc our delegates to the "national convention I names which have been so filed AI I eat needs of outlying section of th. i
that the Jelter
far lIufdings.t| AH Kind. I' hereby amouBte myself a eaadHal be tub to be held at SL|; Louis the Cth of I{candidates for suck offices, and .bM1 I country, especially la the west aadouts.
Cbeui State platform may: ;
Reeidenoeta Specialty.Onto or the eAee of Clerk of tbe which Mines'
end toward
shall |fe voted and If a majority r Is the
fer Dade .Ceunty.subject *o tbS complied with. pn certify to the chairman of each count
J' 1315. C> and Impartially proposed projects of legislattaa' are 4-
1 ,: DeatocraOc primary -else- howerer. That ao memfceof so decide In ,favor of a eon- committee a list of all sack eandidats.Including
Provided rested thin_iuD. KepreaeataUve
L JC.CHAJXX, MERRTTT.Bueaa swch committee shall appoint n i a vention the State committee shall [ members of the Legislator.' Icy of New Jersey has Introduced t. :-- ,
'DL Z. proxy any person not a bout fide real.- ale provision for sock convention. and each person desiring to have kill I prohibiting the retuae if paper comaJ.fj: :

Vorta, Pta Each elector la the State qualified ballots when it baa ours trturaed.: )0'** ' j DENTIST. r 4ettt of.the county which the mesaha name :printed on sock aa a I ey
loyal. la said primary. elections shah candidate for county office, shall] This Is BOW the rule at saa
nalMIAMI. sab..l 'shall represent any '
the appamtment
tli.e. were:: tags 1 tabs 'I !abed to'faf.rs air gob mating Bank of Eagland. and It. example as
bud candidate ..
ass. have the right ty vote one file with the chairman of the Den "
tkat-I win ** eai- the State eommlttasenlar
rs et Dads C.-tr; oa cited by Mr. Wiley la tJI.prM.8lbleolMa t'
FLORIDA.Home aM fer......... t* tte office eCCto. oath campaign committee member II for United States Senator, oas ocThtle. county committee of his. com' bill to prove that the acbeme at IrMIIII 'J'
tke Onult Oovt tdJet to tke. etto a member at begs of the eommtUea."Tie aaadldate for Representative In CoDODI ty oa 'or before the Slat day of Apr! ,, cable says the Boston Transcript. { -
SeekersAttenfioii tke n...... rrtaartea.May >A tress candidate: Jasttoe of the DJ1904 similar notice of
ft etoeMd. to perfonai tka aii. eampaica: commtttee appointed II+IA. a cas d1Under the present plan the truaasfbaa.
aaiaa. "Supreme Court for term of err years, dacy and application to have his same besides the usual paying sad sea '
.. oil ke omen ..a Ikrtatvr -tit tk by'and under amid reeelutioas are mfeBjws
three candidates for Justices of the iso relying tellers of a baak..pttoe..I "
YowwiH tnd'itbo-TOur to the beat Mass o MtKy. t wt : printed accompanied with a sum ,
before investi fu to tkee* wbe win BMW Supreme Court one candidate for Governor eommlttinot aeearUag tellers. At the redeestioal 1 i ..
g to can on ate, ease Arthur T. WBIlama.. J. B.:Oraaa. J: money fixed by the county; I r
Taraiabed Vooses and tte r wets, one candidate for Secretary of window any one caa exrhaaga sollf er
exceeding I cent of the annual I '
Pal per
so real '11. C'EAKBOOK &'Wolfe, J. D tasilovay.'W. L otherwise undesirable bills for. ,free"
reat. Jlea111atpill.. laaurance,' see, F. 3. FerBslde sad A. W. Cock; State. a. candidate for Attorney: compensation of the ethos 011... The assorting teller. .U respnekMe. ,v
.oikctiantel.. attcnted to. : -!"1'lttmaSU m tom Jr. and orcanlaea by the sleets General, one candidate for Comptroller The Democratic Congressional co mfor the sepantloa of the bills which _'. : .
VON COUNT oaa candidate for Treasurer, one at to to Into circulation again bus r'
bays a pedal (license 'uth tats D_..... Tetora" Dade Ce aty. of l .. T. -. Chairman and A. mltteea la the State are hereby reaped
candidate for of Pcblle those which aoL If package bias
thick Superintendent are a t E
> M to prepare all legal Vlerlaa W.-Coekretl.' ; Jr. aa scretary- i fully ;Invited to co-operate with this
Low Instruction one candidate for comes' from an easten city,perhaps oaahalf -.
estate eaaffldati Commissioner
9 fera of real I hereby anneeni aueelf a The **ir*>f committee kara, lieom committee te tile holding of the sal
of It will be Judged It for reh.a+; ::
Prompt (attention. .a.ntlie to tic MBea af Tieaeuie of Agriculture, one Candidate
C. C.' Dad-Oenatr.norUa.. ejabjeet to tb< Uaoea with said reeoldaons. UMtkaOlst Tor Railroad Commtsstoaer. one primary. elections, ,and tile chairman I If from the soutk or west It .U very Usetf, r

Notary Pi .< a atajertty fIt.. D..sassW of/' affieaa te the can and hole= of this committee shall upon request the entire lot will have lo be destroyed.. *

Mt ..Z.A KaB BBCOVO are -.. rtn Mams emed r IMute o.- with publish tte all for primary Mar candidate for Adjutant General one at u.. chairman of any eon grass lon yl Five minutee' watching of, the maa, ;"
azy year 14 1054jts form olaO candidate for State Chemist,one candidate doing tke.actual sorting shows that aebllla >. "
tteM and tile Het la.echedale committee cause: to aa published andeertlssd .,
1Ze11ab1o J :'''iRaQt.i7RmOM. Yor Judge of Circuit Court of hisrespective' are sent out agala oa their travels*
i Q+Oeae State gaud em tlissttw to the chairman of the
ydlsmL'Fan tha manly to which the ordinary customer la a.
-....,.... : for erhW Judicial ;Circuit aumber .fi.
4.ppoIattPemaa committees the Barnes of an eandldauor : I .
store far ta tsnre. would thtat of oa-
'af candidates for aaembera of the
W.C. MAYNARD f'I A. )IS.a_ its, aa rompllaace with aaM platform,, ROMe of Representatives to wtlch hl nomlnaUoa for<< Coagresa which, I Jeetlng. Tit they are not perfectly free ....."',

Asa n.least u resMMieo.fcubu ('-Mliae At to be chosen at said primary ateettoaa.. may: be eertifled to him by any such! and. presumably after pants the e.*...-

Quid &aa1dJ nuet Ooaatr .Jadca. CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTIONS county hi entitled by law, one candidate Con eo mmlttes.grerioaal are number of ,..... from bead to head

".d Hi Democratic State Committee of for county Judge lone candidate before coming back will be a trifle (1fte::
Qletl for sheriff one candidate for alert The votng la said primary: electloi ier' thaa If they had started oat braid
call and
of Florida hereby
Ctrenlt Court one candl 1< ate for county I shall,be by ballot, prepared and used likccordaaea 1 aew. : -
I Tb. many Heads and tapporUn at prorta for the bolding of a Democratic The destructtoe of tile uatt
$ asstssor of taxes one candidate for with the provisions of the' curreaey
\lIm. iP ar oQ present mambas of tile Board ., prta-ary eleetloa. to be held la contormHr j'{ ; In the' macerator Is one of the things. ia
: tax collector, one candi< ate for county !State election law. Mad shall be print
Commloloners for Dads with the letter and spirit ol I which visitors to Waahlngtoaarealwar* .
; Superintendent of Public Instruction. !and distributed under the direction ["
o and
DealerLI Interested UtUe sutaettes mad
'I I have preralied spot them to the platform adopted ay the Democratic '
eoaveattea held la lack one i candidate for I eointy surveyor.oae : Ithe Democratic county committees of from the matting pulp are among the
for re-election and hereby pra- State
,/ tI e tJtiSt plirtodiaalstIyO9 candidate for f county treuu r.1 I be several. counties, and oa said bal. moat popular _""IIIn. The result. of
t their naaMa a* oUowt: F. C vine la June,A. D.15OS and la eoplanc. : ;
{ five candidates: for county commlsslonirs. 'loll shall be printed the names of all patting all at\mt of oily a part of the {
George W. Lalnhart. R. E. with the laws af the State of I pused over the -,
paper money eoverameat's
three :aadidates for State
jHTwelfltM. candidates for members of : and national of '
'._ John Bewell and L. ..&.. Florida said primary election to be so counters Into this beaefleeat me
I the board of public Instruction four [ices,, arranged In alphabetical
order. .
State chine' bills
of the of woulb. thai efaea
to th voters at tHe Demo held Ia.each county perfectly ,
GE t. McDpN. primary ,* May. 10' UO(. Florida at the legal polling places la letegates at large to tbs national contention / is fixed by the campaign committee II I would be iient out w6..re ynttrViIvan \, '

4 ,/ CtflEiiUma lath eleeaioa district, during the hours' and two delegates{ to the national and next la the order which may N I, bills are to-day, and that a t.re-a be"y\'
convention frond) his respective prescribed by the respective countycommittees amount of additional work would
taaaaa Lied Uw for the holding of eleoi I "
......el.. >* a.WHMi by I thrown upon the deitroylag' eppe ate
Congressional district : a member of the names of all candidate
co Go' lout J.T. GBOVK.. tLA.'RsestiSjioFintlicCity. FOR SHERTTT DADS!: COUNTY t ail. onTbesday. the lota day of May.: he national committee.. of the party, ,for each county office-all substantial and upon the bureau ef ercrstlaf aid '

tbe DeoMcratle ..... at Dad Ca. aTT. L D. 1M4. for the nomination of an I printing vhf.-h! insist furnish tM AWlt,
hlrteen members at large of the State I Fin conformity with the ballots used In
State lute bills. U le pointed out: tlIat tile hash
candidates for omc
Flartda: I 7e>aocraue :e. -
: 1 I hereby ar.sua.s ..7MIftate sins county to be belted for by the 'committee to succeed the present I general elections. I of Cnklind'a xperienre.' featlcg as It

I re-electlM 4e the office ..f Eberir ota I Kate committee July 1, 1904, and one I The Democratic county executive does with' no piece of paper of lees raise
e&xton at the ceaf'.l'1elecOoa.to -
I IU it. Oli Bith. e Coomty. ...... Wet to te I member of the State committee from I ommlttees of the various counties I than a five ponad note Is very elffeeeecfron
I I DWnff tare ,ef the ...pIM OeowetatM be hl November 8, 1JM. and the hariMI., nf our mllliopa of, oae '
its respective county, fire presidential f f.I hall at noon on the sixth day after '
ae wM, -expeeaeed la tbe DeJB- to be appointed by the Democratic I and two dollar bills t.

New! York Stir Barter U primary to be MId Way Ml 0M. Governor of. tie State between the i lectors, and-for or against State con- such primary, or sooner If all the ...- I Another plan rropueed for the "port', }-

JOHN rROHOCK. late cf the beading of said primary entlon. turns are In, meet at the county courthouse "".Uoll of the cnrrcery": .. ef feb. .

i election and the holding the primary Each such elector In each odd numbered and publicly ranvars the returns I rcnentallvs Ga'ne! nf Tennessee n ta ;=
j. DANALJJttagnolia I hereby aaaotaaea MyaeH a* a eaa- lectloa la A. 3..1SM. and of a Democratic senatorial district shall have the :and declare what candidates have been that the gorn: wet transport free ofEhsrge .

1. .. tteT SberlC .( Dack.atT.. eandldato air United States Saw right to vote for |i j one candidate for I.IState I.. omtnated by majority vote for each : the rolled! or tattered bIts! which

.1s... ......agnssiaa. ". at the MSt Democratic prl- ,star to bn Toted fer by the Democratic _tor. ''tOtIM1, office, and la what such came: teaks" or private drives tern -Ii fyrredemption
peed back the
.....111' ". ... l_ '. and ask for the votes lot my of the r Each such elector la the sixteenth I a second primary will have to be held I..n fresh so
._ NI perry Ir.c< members of. tha Legislature at Us own exr .
R Democrats sad tta M w. will ,senatorial district shall have the right ,and the chairman and secretary ofKid of 1
............ : .. Stat. of Florida, at its se loa la A. D. J room Last the bteVwoodsdtten <>
-.".... qualified to become titers at that KC. 'to i vote for one candidate for State sea- committees, within two days 1 If ha need (o tale the tmubl, .:

I tronla*. tt elected to faJthilly primary I IProTi4ecl. aloe to fill the uneiplred term. 1 thereafter shall certify to the chairman could leap the contents of his pocket-

perform the many datlaflvpooaibla ot /lisle ., that a ,laeeond .Each such ejector In the First See- of the State executive committee book In just ss presentable roadltloa aahe

Grocery egos, hare aecesaiiy ender the provisions cod Third Fourth and Seventh Jn-li and to the members of the State execnre resident' of a rub-treasury city.: c
at said platform and 1.-. shall be held toil This Is sot a sew Idea, as IB past year* '
tidal Circuits shall have the
,J. M. WILLLUCS. right committee from their
l \ \ on Tuesday, the 7th dty.of Ime. A. D.t9Gt. i respectiveounties two appropriations have been made for
f. IJll\'brtoll. Palm Beaek. Fla. Tota for one candidate for States Attor-1<<<' and to the district senatorial arrylug
a to! choose between the highest Cniterl; States notes for Ole
'We Jbaade everything candidates whete BO4iltittons shall UJ for his Judicial circuit j
FOR,TAX>SaESSOR. Each each elector In the counties of of said primary election In their :I was |5 ,(
e4 jui be found in a Dot hat+ been uade Ly majority rote ._ iva.).. Es--<-a"bIL_ on _n, HllUborounhoraare 'respective. mtintlo*, ."' .. resuli It: doe. not M_ c trcaJe.t..aQ.II": .

grocery> ): l store. We g I hereby I lannoaace myself aa a., (,its the hr t primary election and a t 1 and Volnsla shall have the rt t :ht t o i In each precinct W"U, and muwing shall .'ine*o certify rut: '.< <-" FI.- ,< I' teg tofuucb'u.ea .. -
+n.II reread primary election only; bv .,ifrinr
rt "
? of without
with FOR TAX ASSFSSO tharge
coupons every [vote for on. judge of the r? mini 1 to the chairman of the ConspssioaalcomtoHtPes w
action ol |fojch elertors M were iiualUled to vote parr 'f o* niln" C' 'r* rf f loa. It lac
ito the
ass w ich can, County subject court of record such result ,
you the fast primary election stall be aa to the candidates < : to r. it ;fi, anomaktstaa:

for fii echinaware.Pkond '; Democratic primary. I'.t lit Each such elector in the eGO :lea ofEAnmbl. for members of Congress: and .,"-r a. t-'-0 '.r. tE:'\rtmei' urnlars. "
II.ted to rot*. .
I C. L. XiMAME i. ., Hi'l.borong'i. Oran and 'fri' >ra the eonsojld.ttod; returns from the Sept rut t.; Ie hvndrijd vne'.and; bat

r ; 0 icrs Jikllj I'I The DemocrafJc State roxmltteecallmg : Volus'a' sloan bare the rlpM t ) vote 'variouj: rountr-.tl1e g'a'e cx ntite fear peopleur rauarei, tf : '1.fact. Ad..n
saUS primary ebv-llon in compliant i, re I t"pnl|
--clr. JAve Dand'4th: St. I & peopteof DeSoto county bare f for one csndid> for solicitor af the committee shijll at 1") o'clock on the tr.leg bills'
; s Ith law hereby declares Oe terms aondltlon for fdcy.: :; 'J', :re ree. d! from prt- yv
4 I both of the candidates for Con- I I on whlth legal electors offering i'- jcrlnilnsl court of record. |i nth day of !pay, I9fr, meet !hI" "f, r-t4 1'. .... dntlr.ia, ,' .,-rlIYlc" At

tt.I. ; 60 tEaRSr.11txP6F'JENCE* \I from this district and thej are : to become candidates of to voteat Each such elector In the c< 'intles ":'ty' of Jacks avIKe and deride and third of tern are rr? ." ',,' tt stay

1 d that the First district1 will [of Dave, Es-amh'a! Orarse, ai d Volnca i!declare slat ,l'and'htcs hare tern be at.ml.,fwhether ter iebltq wlttorlUHi'y
: such elortlon. fhall be regarded and
.n. I to be ably represented, no i I shall have the right to re te for romlnateJ for, United States Senator rot.re rufi'IT frap the u;': to i

,- o S j ( which one of the a., :t .ct .. .. taken as proper memlMof tM Dem- mt candidate! for clerk of the criminal end State officrs by majority Tot aid n ( r've iran'n-T'sUoa as well as reds- -' '
uC4U: Kitty, and. therefore free
.-DeSoto County Ifvwa.IT ; 'court of record. ,ln what such canes if aar, a second i itry I ,
I participate and be candidates be i The fundimrntal'n. alt: of tI..
,f ff primary Is Beresrary. The decisions
tore and TOte at lack elections as fellows Each inch elector In the countiesof hole illud-.n '. that not all the legla-
as to canvass and rn'Ings the
county latton In the world
4ia Brevard. Dade and Polk shall have tan affect the enritnry -
TfiAU Nrtfet J. WlUlama proprietor of the : :committee shall be final :
'J''Ji.," pvsteersI1't : the right 'to vote for one candidate for as to county U In the fioc..ets at tkapeople
i 1 c-MGHT'S dc;:; oe Drug Company. Hamilton I. nOM and only: those persons shall ,candidates Including members of the cf pn.,'-r from hand to II....

i '_-..ataR war p,.,pNr4. .suave! r.i r d.a..tettea_.....Q.. says Chamberlain Code Cholera i I.i be permitted to become candidates before !,prosecuting attorney. ''Lt'r.tatare. before such primary. j' '111", are m"" -" ',' fn JnOI1f't.Dd there -

4 sa..o_ ...".... It _ol r 7,ttueberie,-auv ..-.Para.. Diarrhoea Remedy U practically or vote at or participate In the Each such elector In the county of ,, Upon the final canvass of the v.'a''I 1s money In r' .nias a ....pellel'
:::. .Lt.. tr Escsmbla shall have the right to bumorlct ha ""I.t' But the
t44 vote
y management of election treasury
sells for primary
)'_ ...- : .a1>... A only remedy ,he tramps any cast in said primary It It shall appear .
; enpluef Vol" t !
Ii- 44 ...oJ: and colic for the plain rea- held by the Democratic party la Florida for one candidate for custodian of lost :that by error or fraud more votes have f., n<\\t o1.temonerataUord..mNI" tHat tbelrcalL;. a'

.: that It atrer Caappeiata For sale who declare their adherence to Umber' and lumber and one candidatefor been east la any county or precinct for Cangcrnusnne AnriPr-erwhoktsheea! j

a,aane..rw.b..: :::iJ''Jat"Sdntln : : Bed Croat Pharmacy wd all mI- the principles sad organisation af the harbor master for the port situated j Catted States Senator or any State of- for 3i y.n' In the der-anmeat says I'at'

1 r: ..__ ........:. dealarav Demoeratle party-aatlooal. State andwgstTwbo ta aald county. tire thaa could legitimately: be east he does s I ;
'/ Y respsctty.I
"J"..::1" .t rn.. r. m try tt. !laws of the Each each elector to the In sack county or predaet the State 'II disease. contracted by hiadnag o_

y..h taaw tea rT.W......a d .>" '-r- the soiled, currency. ...(-

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.- EXPEDITINCThree BUSINESS. I very 1iI&b11.bT. the eommltto* sad VAKIW 11FContlnued 1 1IESTfll I appropriated SUB to dredge sheds for period of two or threa -any*+ tAlllagtor .
I 'I awarded a blue ribbon. - Inside of the Key la which.ve* aleparticularly sad Carysfort reef to being
Secured in Circuit
Conviction L. J. Bramby, editor of the Fruit sad I ( tram Flllt Ps. a.) yachts may U. secure back the Here oarraeouta. tan ......'
Court This Morning. j i
MIAMI METROPOLIS. Truck Grover of Ovals offered twenty; I from storms. jack and the hark, and oecasJoaaDv- r

.ae.ve,.,.,._' ._h Three COli VICtJOOI, one plea of guilt yearly subscriptions to his paper. i and growing town, with factoriet MiamI like Palm Beach and Nassau, the tarpon, a* their prey. Tner* are
............ .._no cis" sacert Sa..eay.K i and one cane node pressed! was the re- churches, and other evidences of drill
--.: .., ?- -"," .' --. premiums, which were awarded as fol thousands ha a* a winter resort a character and walks 1 and drive to be taken., exearslons -
cation while to the southward
session of the -
L UTl I cult of this mornings lows: W. A. II Hobbs. Larkins. Fla, atmosphere distinctly Individual andunique. |o the Everglade and Coeoaant

1 f.IlIIlfIlNiTO'f.fJ1tan.I i!Dade Circuit: Court The court bas for best crate beans; C. O. Richardson upon thousands of acre of rid It Is preferred by many peopleto I Grove,] and golf In the hotel grounds.
business. soj have been brought Into .
N. faifa/o1Gta/ I'I' ,..+.era...... now" down to Miami. Fla:,' beet crate lemons; John the more fashionable and artIft 'while almost every day the steamer
-......... ., matters through with producing such crop of !getables aDd I'1
v.- and Is
.red .a 'M P..wfl1.. At sSL.miFiurW. rusting is tits. Miami, eggplant Brown A Son. beautiful Palm Beach' and It baa from Havana and Nassau and th*
- that )Ir. hi been obligedto
......."...,_n."" I treat i is mon City oranges; Kirk MunrocCoeoiput fruits Flagler clientele every winter of wellknownmen steamboats! from Key West corn ta
------- extend the rails ot I is East Coast
'"atlle feature about the case
7 -,,,, atat.flr.a.tale : ".v.".. i ,.'",.n..j" A nUll Grove grapefruit; J. L. Gar- and women who resort there In and out with their load of tourUt*
."ht' tri.'d this t..rros the lack of road thirty mile beyon Miami beloiCutler '
l.ne I .i ttI. rntt-4 Ovatee Ii to far
nrtt. Hypoluxo limes John Hooks of December to remain until April. They and their friends.Houaeboating
.,e.r .wi''t" Ti r.Hw *-riOM ''net .Id"'e for the defense' In none ofI and to contemplating laying
___ I Miami! crate celery; Walter WaldlaVlaml find at Miami opportunities for the en- at Miami la also a fea a
........'.....1.\<... 1.. ..n', yet ,fun. i I the fhe cans ca'k>d this morning was them sixty miles further to Cape Sable.
-"JII...-'r.- th..etstth e. : English pea; S. G. Merriek joyme of fishing driving riding ture. The handsomest houseboat theN ,g
sm&le witness In defense of therisonrra This sudden development of a sleepy.remote .
i4il I rt I there' a Cocoanut Grove cauliflower; Johns i2r : 'cycling golfing, bathing and yachting, I 1 this winter i* th* Bonus, owned by a
Ywr little hamlet Into bustling
:: a
rt their, own tesUmonj
Bta Monk*, 2. I ( care ,'-:-. C.)' :jar.nt Grove, wax leans; free f.m. the restraints aad formalities i I General Louis! Fitxceratd, of New '
T_yo.tr. j 1.J coti'se-nientljr there could have been modern town, till to develop its real
.r.r wean.b --J' ,I grid 3. C. Llttleneld. of Little River, U: ot conventional society life and York who I la occupying It with I ala.
other erdit but that of guilty aharz dents aid projectors believe and hope
Frttlng-; ( co munches parsley: c. S. $Schwltzer Alianattah *here no necessity exists for expensive t'family. The Bonita Is moored la;the
- 1.1 ILL :> J. < <>d, with griod reason Into an Important I'
10 bunches turnips; J. F. Burte- costume and entertaining. Miami river near the hotel, sad to rrslways
AdvrrtUing! rat<4 mate kloWlD 01 The frst ca--e rallel this morning ea port Is one of the mObllnt"t.In"
< shaw Larkins. <6< heads lettuce; ,A. P. Dally parties across Biscayne Bay to an object of Interest ,
applf.tionJTEILPIiONE| was flit of T. M Baker (colored! ", chapters In the history of Florida

6i-JR.orricE charged, .ith rape, and hlrh was Curry, MiamI. 1? summer squash; John It Is the, very contrast that the comparatively bathe In the warm surf of the Gulf But the chief attraction of Miami to ?

-- Tonruey. Little River. 10 bunches stream a* It dashes on the outside 4
I.CILLING the few have brought its wondrous climate. So balmy, n
.1 : ME rn FOMA ; tolls: iiir-ied by requrst of State' years
beets; (X W. I Lee, Miami display or beaches of the key, or dive and swimIn -
4Xi and 431 fwelnti ttr..L.Oppotoh. \ttorrierMlliiun. bout that makes Miami most Interest soft and BO sweet lilt that It i iIf seems Y
l -
.. 'Oiuri II.wee. | I I kale; L. H. SJ wtrum. MiamI U cakes; the pool of clear salt water adjoining i
and Ing. not alone to the few people who<
\ Manley. breaking s
i f'tIf"r- 'ID Eicheberg\ < Miami: crate peppers; the hotel. storm never swept them
COMPARATIVE DISTANCES. In plead guilty, and was sentence to knew It as It was, but even to the vlsl ,
i I J. P. Toms, Cocoanut Grove, 10 FINE SPORT FOR FISHERMEN.Dally .
cross'' I Fnw three months on the county chain tor who finds his or her way there for '
Pura Prom I ICe, i bunches radlst ... the fishermen go out to returnat If yon have gotten left on your tomato
W...! the tint tat.There :
} or. Taupe/ gang evening laden with a silvery freight crop by using a low grade cheep ,.t
+ .., .. Fred Rossler charged with assault 1 I* a sense of transformation
1 .
,, ii. .u. LOCAL OJtrIOPREFERR.Io.I. of the gamy Spanish mackerel kingfish fertiliser yon may still save the dayby
erz rJTiVciviu. 141... with\ Intent to kill Ida Slng'eton, was In the air Tall factory chimneys aDd
N tit se 4i -: and rrevalle. and occasionallyother giving. an application of Map**) y R
8.e.a41 a_ :: :::::::: set 11 111 placed on trial and convicted of aggre I Vermont Finds That Prohibition fa. the whistling' of engines and steamer parties In larger yachts repair Frail and Via* ttl
miWl strike one a* Incongruous In them
4 frame ...ytIea. .. .n.. SMSM .11 vatel assault I Not the Best I II i f
vtti.1wt balmly air and soft tropic surround
and enter
ei..i.os Walter Graham breaking
After a half century's experience;
Ness.. lisa .tc w.
-- ta.e..r g..tLLsnsf. Ing the home of Ed. Meeks, had a verdict I says the Nashville American ..! ai Ings. Solitude .and the saw-mill seen

..Cue. )....._. ....-)... ilea era wW MlM7 of guilty as charged rendered I prohibition state Vermont a year age Incongruous, but they are found to- [ DO NOT TAIL TO SUWHALER'S |
Miami A short walk 01
ilMraatNWwi.dal.. ...._ IM ... .n against him. I adopted a high license k_ iocal option tether lit _
drive from the centre of the town a
Alfred Taylor suffered a like fate on '
law. Coder Its operation slnet r- .
MARCH 16. 1904. a similar charge, that of entering the two cities and towns voted for liquor short row from the hotel up the picturesqne JEWELRY STORE

'P c .. __ n -. house of Wade Johnson. lat>t year. After a year's experienc. Miami\ river bring the visitor
i I still number of petty Into the vast space and Hence of the
There ar* a }
election held the first ol j 314 12tli Street.
Tk* mnsway Arcadia mayor ha* reif -+ an was on -
f after which the great Everglade, while almost an }
to be tried
caw this month ar which forty-eight of UiealaMt..o
..w.d hi* home and ha. plea4eaIetJ1 .
for his alleged'misdeed* Important one win be taken up, and towns that voted wet I a equally short all or row across Biscayne

r I which promise to be long drawn. Bay also brings the visitor to
r .5 year ago voted dry only cue
S .
the low-lying keys, with their mangrove
: the taet.that .... town ,that voted dry a year ago voted
Jlotwithstandlng LIBERAL. W. F. MILLER t CO.
DESOTO DEMOCRATS tree and tropic beaches, which .
national law Bakers think wet this year. The towns that voted
enoe osP The Democratic Executive Committee fringe the western side of the Gut
too small, then I wet a second time did so by greatly reduced -' (Stcetuon to EMa fkltoa) r
salaries are .
tnstr of Deooto county believe In making I Stream, and on whose eastern shore,

plans Io'be .nlto a bench of men In Democrats of all the whit voters,. and majoritiesOf the towns wklc looking out across the blue water to Undertakers and Embalmers '
; willing tossstpt voted dry a year *?o. all. with one exception i ,
.1.ida who ar* perfectly
have adopted a resolution that wUImaterially the Imagined Bahamas, only fortyOremiles
voted to continue dry at UMrecent
th* aaerlnoa. strengthen the party la thai election. The city of Rutland, I distant out of sight and hearing 4LJ--l1th :Street Phone 25.

county. The resolution t* as follows:: of the town one may dream strange
I which gave 1.200 majority for, high license -
THIS IS TUB!: POINTER. "That all whit electors otherwise i dreams of the buccaneers and pirates ._ __ 1I
a year aso, voted for no license
: qualified to vote, without regard to of the Spanish main of old aud of th< I
11'L II this year by a majority of 120. Of the
r raj Jacbou a few straw vote past party adulations: be. and they Ia.at'vl'ar swift blockade runners of the later day. =
r towns which voted aga'cH Hqnor IIotcl Biscayne
t. ro'r how jibe{ stands with Tallaf are hereby Invited to participate in tan : all, with one exception, voted i LAND OF ENCHANTMENT.So ; K

.rro and.Davl.*.: I ITklrtyiilr 'i Democratic primaries: to be held In I \ !" Is a land of enchantmentand I
I 'I I affcrnst: liquor this year, while of the
employees of Merrill t; this county on time 10th day of Mat,. of realitv. It IK old yet modern;; rrum I mber ;
: "
a nh etyhohkh voted for saloons Open 5 GRAHAM
.' 81te ns' matiuie shop wereInter- and on the .th day of June next pro- last year forty-eight voted against 1 int'nue' and yet new': Hut It Is of the ht to slay Ipt. Proprietor

a ed a* to their rtaidlog on the. Senatorial Sided that by participating in Mid primaries thr-m modern Vlami that the world now: i
this I' and Twelfth Streets
year i i Corner A..nuot P
} and gubernatorial question they pledge themselves, to support : mast reaJs Soon after Mr Fla.lerha :
Of the 248 town In the State forty-
Tb* rot stood: T.Iiaferro 38, Stock1t.oa amid abide by, at the general e- ,l derided! to develop! Miami's more "
five voted: for liquor *t the recent teoton MIAMI FLORIDA
1, Jennings> t, I lion tbe national Stile county and r I' hlo"iblo! neighbor,. aim Beach,, ,
i 1 I These lIul'f'll-Fre naturally gfatfylng -
district: candidates comlcatPd at said' ciTty- ix: mats to the north he protected -
...vis 34, ErowarJ e, and Brown ; to the advocate of local option, -
primaries.! the ,IninrovenMut and development -
and Mays had no supporters. which, wherever It ha been trted, hasproved 1 I II
the! -0--- I of the town and baslt! the Royal I I
Twenty "workmetf employed on more t&tlafaetory than a i;
TIME TO ASSERT ITSELF. Palm Hotel the. northern bank of
Cyd La* voted: T afm-o 1. Stock* eral, frohibitlon liw. A State p'E THE PALM HOTEL....: ,
Judge Alton B. Parker of New! Torn, the; picturesque Miami river Bear the 'i' ,I
Upward ..
to* L Datis 14. bltlon law nay be sustained by p "
sad John Sharp Williams, of H I l*.ament In ore lofil'ty while In;an- .
ii>ipl, would make a strong pair for Biscayne Bay. > lira lUKE}..
IN THB SECOND DISTRICT. I other community It may not be sunported. -
J the Democratic party to draw to next The hotel built,1'aad the town started
It Is local sentiment against GUS A. MULLER. Proprietor
November. If the Hon. John Sharp It on the boom which will coctlnae. Mr. I |
.t A fair* In th* Second Congressional I I saloons, which make effective n law '
District are decidedly mixed.. It isee.emfy net acceptable-and there Is absolutelyno against them. The policy of voting Easier ret sail for the Bahamas, and j I 'Ute |f SO per dav and up. Special per week and I to Com.ravrcial J

h should Ik Columbu rediscovered' men. Large 8aaiple Uoum
reason why nOKbe-there a new I
conceded that Mr. Clark has for or against saloon :annually, however i
E I, Bacon, of Georgia; Carmaek., and Nassau the capital of the "Isle of .
..*- pained strength a* to give thegreat la not a wise one I It ls calculated, I ...O. Box 41T, W MIAMI.-FUU_ ,
Luke Wright of Tennessee; Bailey o| June only two hundred mile eastward
Barn Just cans for alarm; and to promote useless strife and eontenUon i -
Tula, and a dozen others that might disturbing where another great hotel, the .
ttat. In view of these changed coodlttan and to keep a question
1 be named that would mat good vice- Colonial, sprang Into being eider his I
*. that lists sad hungry.Cassias constantly agitated.
golden wand.
Presidential Umber. magic
of Plor da Is DOW endeavoringto
politic The chance are that Parker will LEGAL PAPERS. Impressed by the fact that Miami The Peacock Inn.
w'w hi* faooM ftabblt'foot In a '
; head the ticket David B. HIll Sen- offered the only harbor, not only of

sew f1 *cUon.tt I I ator McCarren.: Norman E. Mack and The following papers were Bled to refuge, but for purpose* of commerce,

_r wan at the opeaiag of th. camnlgn other big New Tork State Democrat the Clerk' once of the Circuit Court between Feraandkna, nearly four hundred : COCOANUT GROVE
feared tile at
bat the diva Ion of
appear from recent dispatcher, likely hi-day: mile to the north and Key West,

= .....wo. of'JacboDYUI..1- little Cx to control the Empire tttat delegation Warrantee deed.: Adam C., Richards some two hundred tiller southwest '

dictator would tend to pat him In th. and to Instruct It for the New to H. J. Wagner and C. H. Butler for Mr. FlagW determined to make a The Mainland steel Southerly*f tbvJUBitnl Hotel State on tbe

lead;.but Frank Clark's vigorous cam-,: York Jurist Tammany will fall Into $800, one undivided halt Interest each channel and harbor '!'in shallow BIs-

DtI ennncian/' his expos*, of Barn, line when Murphy Me there to nothing in w. % n. e. '14! of n. e. K, see. 1L tp. carne Bay, so that not only yacht and CUISINE UNEXCELLED. WHH FO; i iLtssmnj IWU

faskou* A. V. % W. "rak.' od *-has attast elM to da Then, with the Empire :;4. south rang 41, sod contaialng M vessels of light draught could enter

turned the tabUa.i : 0. F. SCBXK1DSR SOY Proprietor
evidently Btat at his back Parker to almost sure 'I'M. but that steamer could ply between .

It was at oa* Urn* rumored; that the to B* th* ..... The events of the nest Notice of lien: J. A. McDonald to Miami. Nassau Havana, only! two hundred I

? .n.oBtUoa to Ban* would lay aside an'i I few weeks may llmlnat the Judge. James Gitenoa. for debt of lumber ins, and fifty mile away, and IB Urn '--r. I

-ditersee. an4J' unit In the second',, but in Ute last fw day th* tide la are teriaL 110(33.Mortgage other Gulf port It..* found thata Jt"AltamonteHotel the s

primary spool I the "hlch' man"- a', East seems to be setttUg his way. deed: Emma Travis and channel could be made between palms.
; _
owes that would have Inevitably de- I This Is the South' opportunity. It husband tq J. A. McDonald a: Co., lotS Miami and tap Florida, some twelve = _

.sated i Jacksonville's public calamity.! too, has Its favorite sons. If It cannot : of block U, Miami. mile to the southeast, by blasting the 1 ;'Overlooking the river
'. '
s Bet then is now good reason to be-1 I' with Its JOG and odd delegates sires Warrantee deed: W. J. Gentler and -oral rock which form the bottom or' and Wtt400d

lire Cat some of Mr. Dougherty1* i one of them 1 for the chief place oa th* rife, to Roaaaa Bunwnon *t;'aL, for the shallow bay. and could be eonUaaed AJUmsntt Safaso, 0,.... c., fU. ocean and
: 1 rooms board at
friends have absolutely refused to National ticket then to ao reason 11.500. lot It. block 33. a rtk.;dti.A aloes the bar, Just, south of 1 he ideal spot duringMarch and '.
abld by a decision that would fore i shy It should not drive in a wedge bysecuring Miami. Cape Florida past the Fowey Rock ApriLi! The Altamonte in the rates. ,i It

them to .:tow for Frank Clark: ant I the VIce rr.hItIaIs- Commlsstoner's sad receiver'* ded lighthouse, c* the outer reef three moot I beautifully located complete U..rM. ,
and attractive hotel is interior J. '""-UUII.... Proprietor.Sale. .
that ekes UM u... shall b* drawv; : later B. miles to the deep water beyond.
MC and on aspire to the first seat from J. ReID) and Henry K.: Tattle Fla. Surrounded tall .

MIa OougbMty aid Alesaader' will be'l&Ja lat the-council'': board. to W. H. Alison for IM.7.71. lots IT MR. FUAOLER-S' ENERGY pine; *, bearing by 13i cb .-. D.gi.a, ,, PI..

s (sued u. against ta*' only man'I If >not. why notT Does the South tad II. btock 44. Mlaal.WarranU This undertaking which would have bn.tif.llake. and lovely x

,k* Ute district whom Barrs tears-th* lack_i4 brains Ia patrtottoo. in Decatcracyjr deed: Clara A. PureeU'toJorwveU discouraged almost say one except a 500 feet piauas. 40 ,acres ingrounds. -.. -

iaa wki has had 4h*hardihood united nan of Mr. )Flagler energy sad deter Send for illustratedbooklet. j
esrprl They nay Ole to a i. the
Bin for $100 lots T. a, *, Take Twin-Screw Sea UotagLaaadi
4 .. ___ taa-.... of tk Blaatioa Geo. E. Bate. Owner
y primary.- xxntry. ..* aad ladlvislbt Let sad willingness to spend
1. sad 11 fa 2$. tp U Lot....* ; aDd Proprietor (Summer resorts

and nhww him as h* appeared white tot;,southern.. DMiocrata put those who .1. *.... money OB Bay project dear to his Mart, "The Grand."Mont Vemoo,N.H. SappblreEar l "
.tfmJnUfr} on. both should*?*, aad caJat1i talk this way.to the tart It to high wu at once begun, and after BOOM two
}i Warrantee deed: K.: Stypmaaa to UX the king nahinggronnd,or for
ly gathjxiag In hto IK pW bent "'nJt.i4 the o' three yean wa completed. The Importance i -- -
date 1M electoral votes 01 the
ot interest !. tbene
\ I McFarland.. lot 4. block t, town of nay point
off te.th* A..T. 4 W. deal, wall*, at: South were making themselves felt- ; of the work to the commerce waters. Accommodations for 2X
'i I Potsdamf consideration. tMOdiErnest
u .th..aam. tint*'drawing hla salary a. Washvflle AIHr1eu.i' of the coast not to speak, of yachtsmen, In charge those familiar witsf -

,CflAitomay la JacksonrQJ f, Stypmaan to W. U McFarand. .as hardly understood or appreciated. for i._ best fishing grovnd May be

John;! Stockton Is a public nuiaaac ADDITIONAL FAIR PREMICM8.Th for $ lot 1 te block 3. Potslast. Nearly half a million wa expended '. :!' -_= 1 chartered for any boar h of time

Fast Auxiliary Yacht by applying to at Royal
'bwt'Bares la a public calamity, aad ttte following premium award were. b y Mr. Flagter on the work, which 1. Palm dock or
Walter ', by addressingIZORA.
eertalaly a striking ladication 0JacboaYllIe' < omitted from Ute list published on j Warrantee deed; Bellamy to ,blle It ha! brought prosperity to'

resource that It ahoul*'j,, Monday: II: lobs HudnelU for $:S. north % <* Miami, has never been entirely satlsartory James BruWkld Owner,

Uv goon so far la the right direction';;; Eugene Hunt prix U. for best collective block 27. of Delray. and consisting of owing to the currents and 3o ft o. a., 31..1.1 13 beam Box 61. Miami "'1..

4 w ith ell's wnvrnpnlous political *..1| exhibit of painting and fancy!{ iota 1. X 2 ,., f. W. 11 sad U of .... Idea which are co.itiB ally shoaling 3 l in draught, h l II j. thanes
i .n'-'a! : r' :' :jQft ..tot'YiII
viesseeros ita hands ;- work, wa awarded to a number of block. ", the channel and especially' the bar.Now '
; w.tcritice frt. .li.
But bad as Bans I* la Jacksonville., ladies of Defray who made n fin* col- I the< government baa at lat

: ( I "QUEEN OF SEA ROOTES.Manlgfleent .- e. CCGi.... I ;
m It.weM N rfflnltrty.wonv: : In IeetJTI exhibitSociety wakened to the Importance of Miamii

f fatton, sad It to muchto be''hoped )1 prize of U for oil and water i i a port is appropriated some two O"_' Pr' lt(4. ,

should nay snch; deal in his, ..-Uta3) olor paintings to Mrs. a B. Perry ofTpo1uo. deep drsngbt stnansaalps ;;or three hundred thousand dollars for '

"that U qoMUoa fce attempted, i I of the Merchants' and Miners' Traas- the blasting out of a new channel directly -

rxaroeracy:of Ui* Second District will;!' Professor R. C. Ball's prize ot ts forbast _ortatlon Compaay between Savannah, serum Biscayne' Bay some fouror Launch For Sale.Piw i .

-' BO cXsetaaUjr Kjnelch It sal;10 keep! at! ensay oa "Dade County and Its laltlmor and Philadelphia ,direct',, five mile only; the ntttlng of a htvanr fit-t! hi.'f % '

w. tame near bl, favortt. A|. V. WA tMourecs." to Miss Ruby Padgutt. ofMiamt )mry two dav* at sen. Also dally ..t- 't ana] across the Key to the north of ..,I.ju.tui..if'C '; : ;, o

j !.. tnratar'a demagogue Who _ooUb lags from Norfolk to Boston mss Norris cut. and the building of Jetties i...It. -prr: ta 'a.tI..l. I. "" f .

danaonMMvlf he knew how and who John C Oramllng prise of $ .M for Vorldenc Rate cheaper than rail. 'i to the deep water Bear shore at that ..mitt chit-ni! c. to".'t t. 14 t. f I ''

H:Washington 'could .*- i!hope to be! second beat sassy as above. to Mli !'4+r further Information choice statmm *- ;,otnt._wnMt It I* thought will la two I'iimirm..t..r.! :; Ii..sh ".-M'T"., 9
.tcnHain. r +
; an perfectc..r.liti:: Wti
asrthtBC nor. than a TIlLnaa, wtL label Padgett aged 14 yMrs. irservatton. etc, can oa R. C. 'f..w time give ratranee to the pen toe Acidrentv, v

nvttkar forc.,: fiaaocy nor''fyltchferk.1ftlakas.saa. ." A third essay by Miss Pass* Ct.U \very. Coml Agent I rig W. Bay street ,. el* ef deep draught Mr. Flagler

mass. aid years, was complimented Jacksonville P1t ,. j I sad the East Coast: Company, have also Ld-tKt. care MrtrtpcCt. I ,
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I aJL".1 JK'JA'J'JQ'JQJrPJQ'Jl.1E; ?1Q'. r -
O/ r-
Floral Designs for All ".rp .A.

KING I C tl1aC.BC113C.1If H. M. ,
Despite the fact that the mind and Idial"Dry

Funeral Director and Embalmer. sea were high and rough yesterday, The

IJOO AtENIB D.Prmpl several parties ventured fishing and

An..tlo. to T.U.r.p or Tcl I .;b.... Call. returned with good luck. I
The Jupiter carried out In the morn 0

I ing Mr. C. M. Gilbert and a party of I Goods, M ilinery nd

Philadelphians. who fished but a short Ladies;; Outfitters.
THC )lr. and Mr*. Horace C. Avery and time and landed 39 kingfish. .

their trine, Mr*. J. H- Cook of Jacksonville S. ClothingSale I
.: were visitors here yetcrday. In the afternoon the same boat car- .

'.. Mr. Avery I* the Florida agent of the ried out Mr. J. W. Brent and other. ,
:.. March 1ft. 190*.
: M. A M. T. eo.. at JacUonrUle.Ml who had the good luck to capture 4J .
kingfish. Fine serge suit $5 50 to $10 (10
Ff MAIL SCHEDULE.Arrtre Era Hettlnger and Miss Ella 55 S I Fine wonted 7 50 to 10 00

Mann, popular young ladle of Freeport The Clara had out u a party E. A. All wool pant 1 25 to 4 54 o. ,
from the North -I I II W ash 75 to 1 50
. fiL. hare Joined the colony of Hart T. Caldwell, aad G. Smith; who
:. a-m. Odd coat. 100 to 300
UUnoUan here and will remain *ereraldaya. got 4 booeflsh, 1 barracouda and 1 sea I
t- 1:00 ,.. I Boys knee pant:

doe* for the North i i. !' grouper.S. 50c grade at. . .3% .
nIIa. : I 75c grade at. 59c
I:* a.a.y i John A. Taylor: trarelUng passenger The launch Sapphire had out IIean. 100 grade at .. . 69c:
agent for the popular Atlantic Coast A. Gaston of Meadrllle.Pa.; J. Joseph I I 25 grade at. . 79c

Une.. .. at the Royal Palm booking Des Moines. la.: J. TlUeran and M. I AT

WEArHER INDICATIONS. toiirtoU for the return trip north over 0. Harvey, of Dearer CoL who spent Are receiving Mew Spring Good. i. all line
I Florida that famous New York and Florida the day on the bank, and brought daily: Call and the
Wash Etna: porwarmer eastern : Inspect Spring Stjlea, something -
ruute.I back a* a souvenir of the outingklngflsh. - ?fir sad ; Thursday fair. new every day. I hare just returned from

I'j Mailman .. .. .j.......... "
B .* *4* . New York and am to show
6 R. Nicholson, who ha been with ; prepared you the
.... .......4. M
I .
Mr. L. C Oliver and from the
C H. Raalenon In the meat market a party fruit of my trip. r,,

during the winter, left Ian night for Seminole, Including several ladles, I II

his home at Genera, Orange county. spent the day on the Klondike. The I
'TOWN TOPICS. I,! Mr.. Nicholson ha large lire-clock In- party first fished a few minute and I

: tereiU there, to which he will devote landed 14 kingfish after which a fish .
fry was enjoyed. In the afternoon they
his time.Mr .
.Y BORN--To Mr. and Mrs Carry went to Cape Florida and lndulc>* In I

.:KOe. Buaday; ,morning, March lith. a *. James Mead, ot Jacksonville i a ea bath for some time. II I .

tae .oa came
0 I-f-I band who I* here la the Interest of the 1 aJITV S7QSA'45 2'3 IC'vGt3 a ?t1Q' 1X'w

A FINE: DA JGHTER.--Mr. and Mr. I freight! department of the Atlantic : :
2 NEWS ON THE BAY. jjj *3. A. P. Lane art the happy parents of Coast: Line railway. Mr*. Mead 1* accompanied ;: lean eltisen. which are now under In- ni

a flue daughter bona to them Tuesday by her friend. Mia AHIe : e JL12'E4' Cs reetlgatlon by the United State Span-

;>roniBff. March;. 1S> I04- 1 Io Byrne and Miss Eve Murphy, lo of I Monday afternoon Captain Jack i lib claim commission

.i. I Jacksonville.Mr. I Mullen carried a party fishing la the Cuban newspapers of Spansh proellrities E. i DOUGLAS%

:.. ST. PATRICK'S DAY TOMORjROWmorrow. ;cat-rigged dory SeabIrd. He went out assert that the Cnited State 1* .

Marsh 17th. I* St Patrick'* J, f. Ta:>1ey. wife and daughter, by
,.Day. and all;,|111. good old ions (:.Erin very prominent people of New York, by Norris' Cut. but the tide wa low |elalm... maa&h the testimony of offleer I 31O and 312 .

:throughout the length and breadth of uho hare been at the Biscayne for and the yawl went hard aground. of the defeated enemy, and sr -Twelfth Street.Epicurean .
[the land wllj' wear the green "'f 1 1L eelecanv ;' that the of the of '
: loms time, hale decided to prolong o Finding there wa no chance to get auumptlon payment I

brats tie da* M.only Irishmen twig" stay Indefinitely on account of off that 1Ibtt. the party were let r,these claim 1* la' reality the price, a*

BOUNDj be springlike weather here and the ashore la the )'awr. tenders The Sea- yet unpaid of the acquirement of the n--r- r _
Captain Dillon .Deport of snows and blizzards la the bird remained fan nil day: yesterday. j Philippine Island .and Porto Rico. I '
steamer Martinique ,
North i |: ni'til this morning when she floated The Spanish government to urged not r ; ri
i'arrlred In part last night from HaraM M
and th i,; end wa gotten back to her mooring 'I Ito. comply with the solicitation of the i 1 ?
with aeren passengers
y 1 It
will W.JGlesner, of Catena ill. pub- neither the boat or her skipper being United States for permission to take I II <
from Nassau
'Miami this moraine
*.ti tJ-three.: ai an ertdenc th. the tcber.of, the oldest paper In that State, :':: any the'worst from their experience.The | the testimony of Spanish officer InSpeJa. Restaurant I ; t
icrompanled by his wife. I. a guest of .
'mufti. to rut drawing to a close. ant I J0ii
he Royal Palm, and Is on his way British schooner yacht Norse 12th St.Bt .
thatthe people an bmrrylnf|home home from Nassau. Mr., Glessner to man which left here about three week ; =/
than three-quarter*of those comUf -
resident of the Inland Dally Press As- ago with a charter party on board for I

,f over on the above vessels, had' their MKiatlon. and a director of the ChicagoPrenCmb. the lower coast and a cruise as far as i BUSINESS LOCALS. I T4a |foods First-etass cook. (1qa0. QnioK
checked through north. .
;baggage ] Key West, returned to port this morning '
+ + ServioeEUWO"AW + + _
NOT iA CO N r i:D BRA T>!;.-The baring left her guests at the I FOR SALE: AT A BARGAIN. ajtniica I
'' Metropolis' ha keen Infonned that the J. M. William, of Palm Beach to Island City.

... Mr. ... whom the la the:city to-day. H* to one of the ... . ... :
.1IOa t -andldatea for Sheriff and lay that a AU of the larger yacht now la port Forty acre of land upon upper rock .T. .r. .r.-T. 'T T..T'.r. .
was Instructed to can 10r. toa for road to Cocoaaat Grove for sate at a ..
1 getting
1, he to meeting with strong support and are ready tarpon flsblng.
,Mt !Confederate Tetero -. a* an- which sport begins the latter part 'tot bargain. .Only about two mile from' s
o otbsr 'hat bpi chances are splendid for the t:
thto>apr the day 'lomisattosHe the month. It to Bettered the season dty. Inquire of Price Gutter attorney .

that .. to a a.JL B. and ]a pea- expects to visit all I III going to be a good one, and that I for the estate of Wm. Fisher I r s
[ the prerinct lithe county to tire thevotes .
: many of the** monster will be landed. deceased. Itt 1
!r 'J an opportunity to slxe him up. _
;'CTTT' MARSHAL INYES11.-+Mr. B I i- The launch Badger ha been fitted Headquarter fancy groceries, fruit, .
ManhaL etc, at WUaoa A ",..'*. 1 .
1., Flaaaagan. Miami city The .many friend of Mr. J. J. Praitte.traretllng with a mast and rigging that make* I .

...jeterday purchased through the salesman for Armour Co.. -
now In the auxiliary loop class of Dntrabh cfflee room for.rent Ins I
agency of B. A. Waddell the two tot at Jaeksoarlllev will be glad to learn of boat i
quire at Dank of Bay *..,...- -
bat the comer of Thirteenth street and his promotion to the position of ** '

.'Areaue C. tree Mr. Scott of Toledo. Blatant anaaager. of that house at Jack- SPANISH CLAIMS COMMISSION. | BURDINE &
.. .aUt" Restaurant, oppeeite post- I
[O, for the um of KM*, It' U:ader- irtlto. Mr. Prultte war her. yesterday ---- office; beet meal la towa. Short orders ,

__ that Mr.., Flaaaagaa .purchased' when be reeefred. the laformatioa Movement to Prevent Spanbih Officer a specialty Board and _room by I

ltbls tone for a hotel rite! that called aim home at one*, j[ Gtrtng'. Testimony. day or .... | RMAN.I
i iMiss i ..
& March 11
-A movement
Mr. andBra.. Thomas F. ..__. I No. UO Eighth street 17W .
ha developed her. to taftueace the ..
BromaH sad Mir
Beattr. proml-
MENTION. government of Spain against permittligflpaatoh I .
PERSOMAL! } set Philadelphia. who were here forT .*. T........ rreaas to) all oar .
army oncer* to testify ,
ral'w, *t recently, retaraed yea Ice and also
cream hare the ptalamm
with reference the Fancy Dry Goods Notions; Beautiful and -
to drcBmetanceisurrouading ; Artistic I
erday| :froei a tour of Cuba sad are oa'aate ,
at ta* Blscarae Drag "
A. Pollard. ucTa; aa*. to here t.a .- i ...
1L the war claim of AmerEvening .
Neckwear also the
abort bsias'sad' pleawr.eetiag .iKala |iet tK BUearne. sad state Company, 1U ; largest dealers |NOYCkeSouvenir
om .
,< .i" n an ,jbeir travels they bar* aet founds and, Sporting Goods. Cooiplete line's
plow where the elimate, west sad Hotel and ftamlUea ran hoy g '- .- of School Books. Polite and service .. t
renoraf Condition give tM perfect AN.. cream at Blseayne' Drag tt
r.'II.mD"C Mr.James KallMD. of : COllI .. .
satlfctloa that doe MIami 1U tt
,Welt Palm Beech are: Ia the eUy today -- -
in Cork
on huslC. ..- If you waa. let cream that to good" t t
Mr. |and Mr*. G. C Kinsman. Miss
nod pureb_ It of th* Biscay DraffOompaay.
] .M. Cleveland, of Saaford. to a vial 'Clasmaa and Mr. sad Mr*. H. W.'V..eni. t __ n., ns Tennessee cream.14S. Burdine & Quartcrman '

tot ta Miami to-day baring come down of Decatur, III, are rMtingIHW ,

t a,'....... and pleasure. trip.o.ose ; {jMr. and Mr*. Kinsman cam SdIeeI AlF.flOf.tMIt

,ere tree seasons ago. and w- so t Miami Conservatory or Made Twelfth Street. BOB.

1 Frank Lord of llenee a. Pa.ihaa .. -Tftl\f. Im PIT seed with Miami's beane Thursday Night. March I 17 Pranklln Cofoman, Bush,'director. X2S

returned from a trip to 0 Nassau at4 climate that thr haw renmH1 Twelfth street 1 *to

[o.aad to again at the Btocayne. every i annu ilaee, and barefIn I
rifE Y
--- ay* hroMKht some new rlnltor with Pup Teaneraeej i! sale atBtorayn

Maw Annie K. Goette. a popular ;beta i I Ladies Drug comm..,. 141 I
.j; lady of Saraanah, to la the cityem : Ir :
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: short pleasure trip. she .Is nets- i r :
, Mr.'and Mrs. A. Grleeen left today e s.dd ass wile want tttttr has unel ,
I at the. Palm Hotel.CaptalaJL for the north. They win stop a'few Afternoon Club .-ata.. keU the fMI/ sad weekly Heirapalts -
.; wm lease rams_1Mor that tt
t Bj| ma.wlr cashier of theCounty lay at rarlou point, reachlag their -0e0- will take tea doltm-are far sad paper.
Altooaa. Pa.. about the end of
borne at
to Company left rash wan aceeeapaay aH notice
I might for potnts up the road to he the month. Mr. Griesen bought while BENEFIT OF THE LIBRARY. ..
: tea day*. here the new residence corner of Areaue BOOItW.A.HTED.. a.1.1. PECK .. M. BAILX
Uyor0; ;
-. -I C and Seventh street and win re- I .. .. I Apply to a R. Knight Little River peek 0 0hi.
_: JLT; B. IQaf. manager of the tara next winter. Fla. 171
renter*] Unto: cahle'at!' Jupiter, aelpaatod .. firl-efs on sale at Fort; Dallas ....... itgb4rase a'

by his t muyt arrtred here Miami Conservatory of Mnale. News Co. Reserved seat Maps Maaure an very aolaahl. YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATSOverhauling

_i moralng.' and left on the.Miami Franklin" Coleman Bash Director, tickets, 5oc. ; general admis and aa application eves after,the Antplckm aad ;Repairing. Uaria Railway. y

visit to Names TwelfU Street.' 49 sion win pay. 4U .
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y $,,800.000Pro- ;: b y A SUpoteai Mad from :aUual vlaSaa Panama Hats Evidence of CentrallvLocattPioneer '

,''t f New BUI, Fta.rJ.oo. That.Fact The
;- TVs Ii de ,of.travel Is toning aortawar Aauta.tics Employed to Aatidntt t* -

;,i.Aci1aa:. seemingly, oa' the I n[ 'l"llOOa' TIM Daily Palm Beach mews of yesterday *. Two negroes were tn town yesterday tlx* JfonnaJ Psrlod.AaP..M.a .

L et Senator Hoar, Senator GaW.... ofKw baa the following iaterestiac with Panama tat on. e. A. FORSELL Proprieflrr

Hampshire bas latroduced In the !Item: An observer of events as they are
ed Rtbew S. 1M ..'
r wwssa.mess.
....... a kin to toereas* theaatoes. 1&1ark01. Mr. and.Mrs. Henry M FUcler ta- state with authority that when eye .-...- Render

Bay eeentattve.'the Press turned fro* Miami last ought with strange necrose are seen In Jacksonville u_ .f iTTTrtlaj

r- lest Vtofr-Preaioent. Speak r of ttA member of.their prlvste-car party. dressed within the proverbial" Inch ...--. RATES $1.00 TO $1.50 PER
House" Cabinet ollloen. It provide* cladlnf Mr. Frederick Townsend Mar- of their Uveea and Tiding around In DAIX"

0 that the aatar!**'c? sancta sad Ilt-p- Ua. Mrs MoocWe Roblacon. Mia Bid-' nab.ertJrecI'ow, you may as Tb make pleats bloom before the Hotel Corner Avenue B and nth street

re ntativea b* Iucreasel fMa tS.OUO Mrs. B. H, Torke. sad her daughter well put It down that .the season Is normal blossoming period or. when ;

x to 1I.00t. yeas; the I'.ertcut's w...m ter, :ML /. IA Madonna They went drawing to a close, say 'the Ti_ this period a*. passed to product MIAMI, FLA,
them at the exact moment one desires
tw.OOG i to fTS.'XM. the "IPP-sWrJ.t's down to auead the fruit sad vegetable Union. The deduction I* easy and very them, to a goal that has been sought

'I ) fair at Miami. Pie thing which delighted obvious. The winter hotels on the in recent years by the use of refrigerating

es : Mr. Flakier In connection with Ear! Coast and te the other resort methods and also by the use oi

Speaker,of lU |Io sr from $\,0.>0 to this lair was that be learned of an sections employ aa army of betel help anesthetics. This latter method states

SU.ooo.( I;. ,I eTTMftrtrat tried to further the intereiit that .migratory, coming down from I Public Opinion we owe. In its preaendevelopment J. A. Robbins & C
to a lMu.kh scholar. MJohannaen
At present r 3-.r.rolor. ( In a4"'t..n to I j of vegetable growers. Two carloads the North when the.aa open and of the agricultural .uou. ..

his salary 11 t ."'-)) a leer is ;,all I of tomatoes had .been shipped to I II going kick when It close. This help I j jI I or Copenhagen !. Junjnu: B capon' i 3Ern.ra.oss

aalleag to anC tom his I..'nw, Is l.rQ- :I San ) rp. dsco. sad there bought by I la largely of the SenegamUan variety, tuinted( by auexlheUung the different an.d Carr1aS 0IDepositor9 ;

Tided withnuomfv and otl..* a-! ,, the: tjoveimient and skipped to the i and w!lea the season close) they get | ..,.rls4 of the plants loth those organs :=: Cl
lowance. ail i clerk wI.! .. I I. fai 'l'1IU'll'iuN. By refrigeration it U certain drunk and dressed up on the least provocation i wiiich are ''maturing and those .blcb : _
they will\ arrive In good condl- I aid start are in a state of reptwr. belivvicg that Quality is remembered long after :is-
11.800 a /ear. |,Apld 1lPI':1I".J7' ill' on their happy It would M! iuu/os.,b e by its use tit price y.
tl.. sane s-'|11 S!-iKto-, u.-pt th +' I tlon A new road has just been opened Journey horafmard., The negroes in '! .1ne..tllet lo .up(>iea* entirely taepheuituena forgotten.! ,3

his elerk !a j>fcM "nlr IUJ: s sear j through the virgin forest toward the town yesterday were the advance guard of
Senators s.1 l:.pre>uiitiT'S rre ei>- |I most southern point of land In Florida of the gang northward bound. The I orgsns. He found that a sufficiently --- '

abl d to sled Kwr-n oue-lhlril a" I : aoil Mr, Klae'er and bla purtu' made season has been one of unusual pros lai e >)"!( of ether suppressed Quality Makcs'thcIBargain.: ,

oa-half of tbe.F! lime nl bin\ lIaJ j the trip of twenty-two mile Whileat perity. and the resort men, from proprietor !1 the activi.y of condensation In the ma-
413.; Tweliti. Str. -
luring organs and it wu a:1IO: t tear t. -K .
devote that: Urne to their own private ,IllaalaeM. Miami they were also entertainedat t. chef and bellboy, are feeling :: that the plant I rx ans presented. under
(illtil1a few years ago Kepreaentative : Ira by Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Monroe, very well over the result the effects of the ether or cl.lorof.>rui.

were cot provided .HtJlarks. In their: attrartite sentry place l called There can' be no doubt that the I very active hiUrolyiic phenomena
'I. Now {Beach Reprrwntative.|I IeI SCnlbbut. travel has been better this season than Further trop his different experiments \Ve do not wish to boast but we have the i.

with his clerk.; |xwts the Government for several canons past and this 1* j. be was led to pursue others. Cheapest and most artistic ] ,".J- :
CANAL DELAYS. with the visa of suspending entirely lineof"I | : : =:t:
1.'..ton, a -rear- exclusive! Of mileage. j significant from the fact that the (he Derlnd nf rrv>.* nt ....1.....rw ,,a "" "
r s stationery, etc; | A Senator costs 6. Secretary Shaw t1; railed upon thspecial tourists now have the choke of the" volupmeat by-the ;of-.-n;nth:;ilcs. .

00. 'Th total amount resulting from national bank depositories for Cuban and Porto Rican resorts. This iLtee JUrfTluieuu ace uuuiu ite I

fee Increase of the salaries of the Senators 20 per rent of their holdings to help however seems not to have depreciated reach of all sine it Is merely roe..*- 50UV 0 ijr5

sad Representatives would be I make up the sum of 150,000.000. which la any way the favor of Florida nary under to place the breathes of the willow .
!'annually. total with the tourist traveller and a receptacle, with a dec of .....
The .
over 1700.000 If to be paid over to the Republic c4 tbe four-Unths of a cable centimeter of '!' -"I tVX T. f* '\. *.- ,
'amount of the i!propoeed Increase of Panama and to the Panama Canal East Coast hotel bar never done a ether per ruble decimeter of the coo in town. Souvenir Postals for 5 cents

s *h. salaries of President Vlce-Preal-! company. Having made the rail and better bu&Ineaa tent of the vessel After 24 hoar the ""Jits'\Wr-Cj. .6r. t ,..

dent Cabinet officer* and Speaker of The New York paper have given br s gone through the preliminaries |.swardsecuring IS FORT DALLAS NEWS ..
th* House woujd reach nearly $100- the money the treasury department page to the news of Palm Beach and and then put la a hothouse or CO.: _
... Increase of salaries the other favorites other plant equally warm. Non-.tbr- hefts 3 ippoilt. r Nt0Qa *
,If this proposed find that It will unexpectedly and a large crowd bed branches are placed a* tats fa the & JK21! fSSSf F. EKRIGHT, Pro.
were mad It would be followed yet lingers with as until the advent of
I have t30.000.000 on 1U hands which same boUuMu After two dsy the envelope
hrj demand from the army of subor- It cannot... For unexpected: dlfflcnl- summer shall have been established allover of the et b......d branches see

orate offldaU: for aa Increase la their ties have arise concerning the ...lId117 the land la such a pronouncedway raised and the silver calkins appear.' KEROSINE ENGINES.

,.- i.salaries. Th passage of Senator Oalasiger's of the title held by the French Canal that there can be BO mistaking It. I whereas rsmala the aoa-etherUed branch ,I rs-.
bin would Increasetaearly inert These experiments sue-
mean aa -
I company although the world at fed from August ud Reliable t-
r $4,000.000 la the cost of eaehit TALLAHASSEEAN POINTERS. November after 4gare Pour .
large was mader the apr4MloB that which the willow
leaving the state ol
}. .:jQoafrea. '* la the! matter ot salaries Attorney General Knot had mad. core "Our Bob" ha-shakes hands with repose other. hat ao aoal.raUag effect 'for All Purposes.. :

it that everything was straight Yo alle OB Tanabaaseeana until his shoulder Is
Anesthetics, w* bIIv. ar* destined No u inarWater J Kgtltes 1;
It .. urged by, members of Congress his Paris junket nearly out of Joint; but he Is only get. to replace (
early forcing
fiat their salaries are too small-in- ; No Constnei.F
The .
I delay hi undoubtedly only atemporary ting la practice for Inauguration day. methods BOW la as*. sine tile 'aaeethetlslBg '
fletoat to meet the expense ot de- ODe and win probably be see. process makes flowers bloom No Electric Battery. No I

,. Mat living la Washington. It la tn' straightened oat before any, use cam John Nothing Coming Stockton' has I from July to August, whose normal 4 w TY

'r flaat a aaaa cannot b* a social leader utter a legitimate grabble against Secretary been reported to be the sole owner of : flowering period takes pilot only IB The best power on the

Washlngtoai,{ nor cut a vary wide Shaw for removing 30,000,000 Hlllsborough and Munro counties But spring. Further this method makes for all

4 wath, a4 th* country boy say. on $S.M .- from national depositories before he sable la the past few, days sumthlaj ha possible the Downing. of. these plants purposes. Call at i,__. .
four or lYe month earlier ffice and examine
thaw by theordinary ) one in
,( ,a year bat k* can live very com to use It. Bat It shown. nevertheless > drapped down among the Spaash residents methods of opera.j
forcing.: It shooter -
.. Po ortably ':at die|rate of $5,000 a year that tie Panama canal Is not dog of those counties and the Three by from U to M day the duration tion. AH sizes, from one-. ..

:'while a*' la there and more eomforta- yet and that aH sorts of complications Friends of political disorder and, discord of the forcing period la ;the Brat ,.*- sixty horse power]'. Prices on application.

f My'at that rats who* a* la at home. and delays are likely to, arise before are now Ooy-lng np a faithful oa* of November December and Jaaaary 1

X la mot ao mock th* aspens* of living the first ship goes through. WeshoqM press agent. to hustle down there: oil and by several days la th* later MIAMI' PBINTING. CO. .A BPlorlda.

-t km Waaalagtoa 'aa th* *=xpens of getting not like to' be compelled to .make a pour ""lieon' tile turbulent waters. T* season develop, and and bloom It makes, while an of If the the plant buds Miam : ;;'

there la the first place and getting prophesy as to Just when that happy cods! and,little fishes if that sod. of 1* treated by the ordinary procedure ?XI

returned :blanalally. t" the cost ofnmpalgaing event will take place. And we wantto the State has gone bark on I th* many of the bud art failure I

ot kveplng. la touch and call attention to the fact that If it I treat (?) triumvirate theY had- -- bettor__n__ i ihi If the operation be performed oa I f-. ... ... ... ..I .. .. .. .. ..
:favor with the 'boj". In these modern doe not take place In less than teayew's !!, them lover to 8t J.rarj.> precinct ; lilacs, the tUprsus .Is develop in tea r-d1Wf _

t: day of dubious election 'meUiodj hat there will be no real cause for<< i j i and start 'a turnip greens plantation. i I a day period and of the from blooailng lYe to U eight completed day la It

is calculated to redac* a CoaIreaI' criticism. It.* a treat deal easier to : Voters could not prevent them from I requires ten lo 20 days more for lilacs

{ isaa'e salary to] the Complexion I of 20Coagressmen build a Panama canal rhetorically |I t suoceedag la that (j not ethrrired! to attain the same degree i

,Funs' ; than with dredges. We are now out Of ] . of advanoment. and further the vegetation I I Clubbing l ]

t who) : ttv* moderately the realm of oratorical figure, and up j' Day by day the fact becomes plainer I I ADd flowering of the latter are i Rates.
that generally much
I | the loyal Floridians. are preparing more Incomplete because -
jail campaign It.oa..ure-: on very against the solid facts of mechanical the demagogue coterie of of the falling of a large number
'well oa IS.OOO .a y wi| IWWl* It la not engineering and dirt lifting. Th exercise political I I of tb. buds. Thus not only have w* '
a,_ f kh. 1atg.eel of f pi*| /.salary that at- of much national patleoo Is wind jammers for aa obsequies that!I! economy In labor tn fuel and la ma. .

jtracts mea to bongrta; It I* not thaoanneas called for; and the patience .should will be forever remembered. And for |'terUl but the series nf shrubs succeed I

I 01.1& thsjt drives them away. abide even If the cut la not made with generations BO man or body of eaten each other n-ore regularly, the forcing .| Thelpeople| $f Dade County will want all the news.
I win ever dare to conduct !' may be commenced earlier, and at the v
(Th proposed tnrteasej; + would not at1net all the celerity Imputed to the genial the 'J.... adopted YmpsJKn'along saw Une tb. result are surer and la I this yedjr as it is to.be an interesting one be-

I abler' ,imen'' ncir keep. out the little stares who worked with such txp dl- accidents .oJ hungry office-eeekers by political grsxttr perfection cause of' the elections 'as;, ,tS
,tilowe. otherwise iha Government, the Lion when Aladdin rubbed his agtcal In.I I The dsnrers attending the use of i

people, ewld weUaIf \\I the Increase. lamp.-Atlanta JournaL the .present. content There I* not the ,I Isnaaow elder In some ease ha led to the I i-I w
: O( a flout that any of the I adoption of chloroform which 1 used
lies go to poogres* not for the money WORKING OVERTIME. National otate: andlXounty
j: peanut politicians U any of the congests 'ID the same way a* ether with th* i
.that Is la (It, but for jtlU honor that I* will have even ': exopttnn that a smaller' amount Isemplo
a respectable
;. supposed t*. attacU+ add which ought to Eight hour laws are Ignored by ,i showing at the > .ed. the density of chloroform j -r-' -
: primaries.INVALUABLE
.attach. Statesmanship Is not a matter those tireless, little worker-Dr. beingtwice as great as that of ether I 'I Ij. :
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,*"f .monerjnakinc. Public servants Klsg's New Life P111*. Million are1 I and Its action four times u Intense

should receive a reasonable money. always at work;, night and day cur-.I FOR UHEUMATTSMI The proportion chloroform per cublfmttrr i j. I The Metropolis
nf air,Is W to too grams but the
1; ;,eompeesaUoa.. but public office should tag Indigestion, Biliousness, Coasfipatlon. I =
t have been for exposure ume should be longer. Has perfected whereby it can offer
suffering the arrangements
ant b* eotanHtrdallsed. After all Is ". Sick Headache and aQ Stomach. The cause of the action of anesthetic -
<-sal*. howev" r. ISJMQJ a year U a very Uver and Bowel troubles Easy, pleasant few yean with a sever. attack of I on plants a matter of theory, and such attractive rates for various newspapers ;

sooderat salary for, a, Senator or Rep- safe, sore. Only 25 cent At an 'rheumatism, and found that Banards'. may be due to an acceleration of the tj that there should be no excuse for people remaining :

._tatlyt.NaabYlUe.merlcaa.. drugstores j I4w |I Snow Liniment was the only thing I order of the growth or the phenomenon injignorance as to the happenings of
I I :- that gave m* satisfaction and tended ma. be the suspension of an ar

s I suck to alleviate my pates March 24th 190%. 1 revwhich has occurred In the nt'nral *5& the year.
t- s PICKEUCmd Jolla C. Degnaa. Kinsman in. fSc,60c I growth, W* may easily see a almllar-
j .
-LL. Three ladles stepped Into our oftIN'tb. Ity between the anesthetizing of
and |L Sold by Red Cross Pharscy. I plants ;
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other day when oar gallant, modest I and .hnman Intoxication for whereas
Ooloael 'Joan Jacob AstoriMlagoyanc. : foreman stepped forward and asked j the totter state may be considered on* + *> RATES.The .
fa dw j of weakness, at the same Urn It exblli s
1 Jacksonville.Jacob If ha could serve them U anr way. j ,Itj -
i i arves dormant energies On the other
lt : He received the following In reply: j I '
hand ether or chloroform may be
I toloce f. Joha Astor was In "One of us te s widow, one a grasp Tow Congressional IC&Ddloy 'r j merely aa excitant The vapors ofether l"'e Daily Metropolis

last week.Jacksonville Monday he was la I widow and the other ls an old maid. la the Second District are having all and rhtoroform only have One Year

and hdto ig other,thingsMiami I If Please show as the office: Our foreman kind of fun hustling after "Our Bob' ;, momentary effort, although they pro- and rr-r

y about him the TOnea-TJaion says: fainted, but we soon brought him seat In Congress. The dangerous pa t .[ due extreme stimulation, shorten the Jsf Times-Union $10.00
r .-Colonel joaa' I snob Astor called at too. Now b? wont even answer the of-the matter Is that so many rand period of repose and Inaugurate vege Daily

I the office of tie 1) Seaboard, Air Line''! telephone.-Seabreeze. dates are dividing the real Dem.,. tation. .-- --- :
yesterday and caJc4' for two tickets to I j eratle vote that Darn of tie "Thri. e C5..ed .,. .......11.. Semi-Weekly $5.50.

s. New Tort one for hlasll and one for'j I LUXURIOUS YACHT LOUISE 4: Friend will be given a ebsnce In. a Officials cf the Coun ::1I.Ia. when it
1 his valet! ioha Jacob wanted; : second' primary All fictions shu a arrived\ at Qi!-"-:town from New Tor' Weekly :Metropolis with | Semi-Weekly Times-
lone Take a fev .Ii''- :. ''> rr-por*d that caber! sue '
a ataterom to lf, and he was Informed ,i,I 110&1"alttu1 Trip In the unite and bury Tarn. aft"ill I i ; Union < *.oo
'R hat tojjobtaia) this privlleirthe II I World. ,,, they can scrap It out O... south cf Nova fru'.la. a bird was ob-
I I among T iselves. i- served Pjlni t..nll l the ship U .ii i With Atlanta Journal f twice a week $2.25
he won i be compelled to bur two i iI I A ramble Stockton'Bro. rd and Bin i I followed .by a nnratx-r of sea! r1'1'' ,
I,I through: Uie enchanted for With \\eekl Palm Beachews
tjcketk! That SM bat a matter of .la ArebipelisoThrough caanot sun In a defeat *t this 'ar. '. wblrhre -leavo-IHK: to catch th.tirir.fr ; 4ta ) $2.co

} fJ.5of l n& tbe 'Colonel readily ron- and those Second District, voters >, .T. Howrcifr th" bird mar i ifi tti to. -
tranquil water of every to evade: ill !.""n'm and. overdo in
'diuonmak.las grand chance
It the the to
> ; make that df' $
the Oam.enia( fill exhausted the Asia "
'r16'1 purchase locreaoed by one, complete The rat of the State afe afea on Old RuWribers mist fay all Lack dues before they
Past picturesque keys with a glimpse rt" 'k (>n ffniitlnr It wa found to
uvlcK't ro lor jdmseU and one for his cf historical Cape Florida. |j attend to ae flirt twos and the S!!<'' : %be a snowy .et .O..J.I.".i.. .Yy Itcies /'e can take athar>ta ;e of these offrrs) and cash

... jan-eer ant !Ie passed o"er a bill Leaving at 9 a.m. I{| District should attend to J. >l. Ban &. from Hi/ to tlr of.the wings .hag in i advance! mi"-t accoml.any| all orders for
nd the (ticket agent passed back $105 Soldier I' ..-..-- these combinations.
Stopping at Key Fishing Club i A.Jp lew. \: ;g
rbangs, Tb tent piece bad seen at 10:30 a.m. j TIlE BEST COCCH STUCP. How plt-tt.'j: the frankness Amer-'',

*ttcr day*, and w as a little the worse Three raof angling on the S. L. Apple. ex-Probate Judge O Ua lean girls! Tbry are like a book with ; J ADDRESS
wear|: It was slick and the Colonel world's greatest tile leaves cut ready for ",.. Ir&- What
,, fishing ground. < COWlQKaaau., writes: This 1 Is
eetm''lke$ slick money; He passed', Back through the submarine gardens ; to say that I have charming readfng that Is. foil of ra..el..i!
used Bollard's II unbound and alto cot without wisdom: How '
h* pleas back' over the| counter and '
viewing their fascinating Sourer-tike Syrup for years, and that 1 do' nero a tern forth* epigrammatic Is out I
ailed h 4r another of the fame denoml- Metropolis.
i Miami
$ -
: "' growths. jA j lot hesitate to recommend It as thebest of fashion nowadays. Hspilly tile
I.,hereoaj' th stamp of the mint, famous fish dinner on Soldier! Key. 1 cough array I have ever used" ; American girls are not crazy after aa' .

i ".. more plainly dI8e efaabiw H*| Home through the sunset arriving '2Se, SOe. and }t Sold hjr KM'Pharmacy. Crams Indigestible paradox. They are .....1.\1 |

'10.14 afford] to tab chances cone I Il U the Royal Palm at t:JO p.m. f a healthy way under the garment of j

l eat'pie!' *. See Jte1JaL. I simplicityLIi's Monthly. I i i" .
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s KOTICK. .r ehetft I* ??: Pee stary rftreaanrer. GIVES
Florida Eat I Coast Ry. HEALTH. TON* 1
-- la the discretlca of th i-> I r"'M"'M
To AU Whom It Mar Concern f
board of directors mar be filled by |. Her b1nrfr a boea for sufferers from i iI t
AL TIME CARD No.53. In Effect Feb. Notice U hereby gives that the nnleralcoed : Trade Mark
,. 16,1904. one and 1 tH same person. The names, "e&mta. By ,its am the blood to i : ;

f.: IOVTIIIOU1I UD DOW*. t IOIITHBOl""D-IIUD UP. Intend to apply to his Excileocj. : of the officers and directors who are!, i sickly1 regenerate and the color Twines .f

__ -= -- -=' =:a I William 8 Jennings Gori to conduct tie business of the ewpnrj ; ncraal Tts'dronping; strength '<

-t.: 11.117.N.1U... 3S _..fl ....!r3l ft4noss.Ma I .:-3 I '' '.93 r. 7a I I.7$ I _..2( i oronr of the State of Florida for LetI j altos until those elected at the first j, revised The laisnof IS dlml.a.lslled.'I I WADDELL'SGuariatec I
.all. I
Y.L7. / S .y l..ts u." L..lr.i l.t.Il. I
I 1 i ten Patent
on proposed charter
UU1. '. 7.... I.. ., f'r-.. ---..-;--:: 1 -- j election I ibaH be qualified are Tboma > 'I tcalthj vfior and ton] prertonini'e: is a

.._.. .n .... 45 ... "J' 1..1.j' -a 72 i ...._ hereto annexedThis : Luc'ikau. president Edward, Burke! .I Vew life and happy activity results
w..... .... t .. j j't..' .' ........ ; Wfittea Con tr.Jc t" :
1IISI1 t1)pllt1Su q-i ; I : j I $
I ::Hb of -
....,w dl71.1 it ". .... I.. Ii .1, .. .. .4..1 4 ;3 '" ....... ,: day February. A. D.l1)4-: first Tloe-preaJdcnt; John F. Olive. ars. Bell* H. Shlrl, Middfesbc pugh.i .
..._.. ICipi13Up e4)." I ; 4 ': n.: 5tlfr. ': EDWARD DCRKE. second tlce-prcsldent; S L. I'.ll""GD. i;i J.L. w itee: I ha.7a twen troubled FT

... 1: ::., 1 S'iTI40p' 3.5.1- .L L-. J:..:. S. a 4 t:3 ....... j JOHN F. OLJVE, *th u\er eomplaiat and f You shed :
and ire
.. f I te< retary trea"mir'; n j Tbuuns poor blood. >j or
'w.- I (] 133t.U45a 'I .L..I .a.s. F. .... : )a 6.3,1, f'1I ...... !,1' x.
I-.. 7111 Jlh -:::-:-:;;;; 31 ':-:---:-- == THOMAS C03TIGA.N.: CCBtlcaa. Edward BnrK. J'.ba F. OIl. lad bare "mind nothing to benefit mat He ;s i.of. jl

-..... 'N. .10.1.010. th..qArl." Pfa.4 IIS.l 1.tt31 1.- I' ........ W. W. ERWIX.S [ Ire Erwin and S I. t'tlll'rs.Q t< I erUne. I hop never to b* : I

I_. .. an.. .-.....L... ...' s -.... t1 t--.... ... ,... ; :.... -........ I L.: PATTERSON.CHARTER. shall Wt'! te U..H of Jir..iinr, 1 ithrvjjt It I hare wished that I had He putt you on top t
(1 I.. 1 ....a. ,,. ../.'I'. ,... .... 4:3 .. ..... ........ i a.I1r* annual'eHin" I
.:::= 11 n', "l17T P.4T'..."::'t. m. :i : : !h "Sr+. il 1:11 :::::::: : if: rf.' stockholjt, I k) cent s. Sold by'Rl Cross Pharmacy.A .
hall! !IMI
-- uu IU .. Ma ...PoY y: .....t..y 1..t u.a 3 :3 t 131 ....... I $ Cia
-. ( $ 3'31 The nndcrslgned! persona ThomasOwttean. held on the first In tafffy your viols it Jr.
i, Monday April A. yov
1117 143p UIO.. .. Rn ;r 4I1,; 3 'i; 'a"ca'. ::::.:.:.::. : \ Edward Burke, John F. OliveW ; clJM* estimate of the strawberries $ sin to bur or real propertfol .
... c' 11.11.r. 11'1.. .... D 1'0-11 In the city of Miami. Florida i His ofce
., 214.. tar 18031 ...T. "'life. ) 'Ij. $ :'te Ui I Cip ....... : W. Erwin and S. L. Patterson, (: Planted lu and near dtarfce Is about :2SO Out is.yours regarding tdCf,
the I
.. principal place of business 01 couatf.C
IC f i..U :] ':'K ..7.: t: ::::... HH '''ltip:::::::: hereby &ofUte themselves together acrpLi, TV! present-indication are for' $
,........ .. 1H1 II: .... 1: :1/' 17 i ..... said company, at the office; of Cra and see .
: ..t lit ... .. ,I..aI1l1. { ... J: H l/sp .......-. I for the purpose of becoming Incorporated I a !good yield, and baaed on return of $
...- ... ........ ...J ..... ii IR ........ ........ ham. Pittterson ft Erwin; and thereafter former years, they will f. A. WADDED
S.- .... .....1. LI1. to .. .I.. .. .. t" 4 .. ....... under the laws of the State 01Jo'lorJdL on the first Monday In February : bring ever S 1
4 1r ? C31 IISJt..r 1 :0., $J 5 l't4'. U I' :....._ I $1>)0.0,0 to that plara. The pear trees I 5.5.1 3.en. ..' __
..r.... .... ... .....t."Ioa.l.. f C3 p.. 1"U. ............. I of etch and every year. I! S. c.a-uo.-.. s.r.ee a
... I ..... .....11I.1.: ... ,47 ...... I'''''... ..... The following Is the-propose charter e...-. .....J ".." ..4... 14i i I' ..... 1004II. .. .. The officers and board of director Office first Nat i
,,,,,, .-. p ....." .. Ulart 'f ..... 'M. ..-.. ........ for the Intended corporation: I"iof r- beaut|. They are literally lulled with Bilk jliiai. fu.i
..,. .-.. -.. i !7p........ fnI4 JI.und. "pl. .... Pil ....... .....-.. said| corporation shall to elected at I'beautiful white Hoom. .
S. .. .... .... H. .... ... \\'$'Ju"U.rnw i IS I f In.M Article One. The Dame of the .
Ill lIS OS p 4 1'101. "_h 10 I 10" p U 1,4'. 1 ro p shall be the Dade Breeze.
t ORS 143p 440p Palm Its.. b._ COp .Ot3p Ir5 1.Ua $ CSp \Cou ty I holders, and at each annual me tinc ,, -
p ... ... ...Jll.TntnaTmbu .. OT .... Teti. .... =Tp I '
._- I",i. ....-... .. .. -. IlT t. ....... ,.. ........ Title Insurance and Trust Companywith of the stockholders thereafter or If la 1: IT 8AV2D fit TWft IS BBTMBTHAg OlQ.t .
Otlp ......! PI 'p.t.y. .I L I Ol ...... n. ... I principal offices at Miami. Did e LO.: .
If .. ..'.-. 343p ....... .R.I..". .... ''I Up.... Sfr. ....... 4/ep any year ao regular ancnal meeting !j I'II P. A. DanfortA. jf La Crane. CasuCernd 1 llerr'.apr.1vies-fur Ij.vloewaRP
.. "p .... .1 ...L.tennctM I'' ........ ors.......... I67p County Florida for cmna. be held shall : ..... ler. the '
they te t
I' 410 any
i You
OM. 10 10 $ 14, Ar .ml v X 4p II' lit._ fo for alt: months with a frlghtjful want au.... Iat o..y
Article Two. The general nature of elected at the next of itoefcholder !{I and ve-kavw he. to hl
meeting running son* on his lee; bat write |> Joo. Wa
a*at MOB M MfU>*>when tlB*l thereafter called for that r+t>r1,1'that : Bucklen's Arnica aa/v the
| pr.f
the Insuring" the owners of real estate wholly one pa Der sad P' &k awe ,
BclMdnl Betwe n Jackaonrllle aad St Aactutia. I i cured! it In the days. For Ulna,' yon ...*>, Tu ,"<. rat the Dais
mortgagees. and others Interested I Article Six. The : Tim_ a4 Cities
highest amount o' R'agds. Piles. It's the best salve to bas _....v

1S at UTMI 14417 hits I4 Yeti,1 L.117 I h Ma I h t1J lady f IM;y k,+ 'Iin real estate, U owners incnmbrancera Indebtedness which this company may i the world. ear guaranteed. Only Xeenta Three/saoothav.bee* seduced w toe foiiowi.sriop
D .. .
or otherwise s alnst loss by ........ a i a* .
'I at any Urns subject Itself Is onehalfof | Sold. ay an drocgistA rtii _&he.. *" aS
.. ... ....
.aA.gv.L s.,. IhPuJ..l_ Ilsell2DSpl l$0ppJ3i34ppl40HOp'' SISp $ZIppIIU: I'O'UOIIf liens Incum bran or de- the amount of"Its then fully paidi I dwl ,; .One Tear. ._?"_."_.'..".''''"'" a W
fectlre tltlea; the loaning and InvestIng ;yt
I i I capital stock. w.-
1 0 IBM
sT. ausustat N..BD IIs.0al U.44. U.. Ira Tut 11w 1M1D I T- bore tar.
MCg/O.yIL1g AtV} Ms.I2I lsLij D.47 I'Ik it l lr I ila 1.117 Ass I I/atl7 _to Y.tly La It7 1,11y DavyKAugu.as. i of money upon securities upon Its I I Article Seven. The Barnes and rod I ti.I B. Wordehoff slipped daring the Uulavefl Davy sad and bads MM Ti.ee-Usio. via/ "

own! account, and as agent or trustee Meneea of the Inoorporators of this: I raonth. of February .OZO doien Mamornua Sec:
..._f T. TMa f+ .nN i1/O 460n ten 8iJl.aUM., .. .. 4I >! -
) ).,.., O aM eN. 110 t141 1t1 1I1 111$7U,l741pj..vu for other persons: the acquiring. holdIng. company and the amount of eeplt&1I.tock froinj thin Place. of which U7fr_ 0.. ,ear. .....i.'ir""L..'.. r. S

Ming leasing. Improving and disposing I subscribed for by each are ai I I wenq to Key West and ISO diaw to We ,,1IId lOll the Sod-wseklr
TM ToDowinc 1'*,ThroOgD PuDinan Train*: of property real and personal, I Palm Times Unjoa an* Cltias* an4 Mai
: follows: Thomas Costlgan. New York ; Beach Tie: value o( fee em Ma-nopoxM '_ +t.
!I L
pfd PS-.lt.w T t..4 r1.elda O rat I st.d/1-ObL.ae* rhrtd. Op.rW the accepting and executing of truts City, ona hundred and tour (194 waajtseTCS.i cased and f. o. .. Plant
1 .ad II.O.. r Pep.Lt.1 t I.-M.. Uf-cb.eare..d rinds 1dae.d to order aad 3iza.oaUsforOMjea .,.............. s i.s
43 s.d 44-a.d rlnnda uwd..d I + .17.W$ -Th. rhwtds i4.1 .d pursuant Judgments i j j shares; Ed ward-Burke. New York City Clty|}-Plant Cits Courier. *. .............,....... M
TMs pow.Pt..p.r.i tttrr'fl Pollman Can area eat?..>.l fare will k.rkarfe.a decrees of courts"of record and by I I Ion* hundred and three (W) shares; TIt_ fop M seals -
$ s a..sh.P.psrsisd HIM t aJu pa wblck ae eitra er aal tan la u.r.N.IANVOYD virtue of devises. and bequests; acting f[ John F. Olive, New York City one Mr. J. R. Scott was up fjrwn ClairreteaUy price U tae daiy.Fua get store two MM paaW tbs f.

U agent attorney-ln-fact executor, and reports that the outlookfive and for gray eale tCnr
WJtO. ( OSAXO>t CITY J ANCB..f.taolea hundred and three (lOS) shares: W. nue thaa
administrator, trustee assignee asslgnee W. for kbe growers .la the brighten they site ** of %.0 M-TtBOsfOUfli.yea (V%
1 I Erwla. Miami Flat, the deaal.W..U i '
TI..V. ..
___I 11 11.11 I D.,1 WAno. 1.11 MII for the benefit of creditors. re1eelver (75) share, and S. I* Patterson- i I have ever bunt The tomato plants are ud .be Farmer and FpsJ. 2

wMLe.TH..tIIP.---A, 1 417 lelde'L.' R.emyrsa..A.jjjOtp/ IOp or guardian; and owning anti amt, Fla. en* hundred and fifteen i fine,[and are fruiting heavily and fcold- ,. $
U U O.r..s..Ar11 1e. 74 )lll..e,1 II. .I.. Art 317,
,M a L.... .n..rpl4r.. .....Ar IOU. $ II ro L. Oisnr City Ar ION 14 OOp p operating abstract books covering !a.>d (ila) shares. I| ins ilL Me. Scott says hla own crop In tta4ov.abseriptiaaa Ouk '=
..Ar. .aurwd .,...... Lri Ie PPa :ft 11 4deAr. Or City i*..Li 333! Ii to p1e. I j Is tfxlf'PtJeaaJly promising advance always at ,.... ,rl-. "
) | titles In Dade County Florida. an< THOMAS COSTIOAN. Seal) | and the TUB M

tE N.17 $? Sill n.. be '' the making and ....lIIn ; of abstract or EDWARD JURKEal) II I name L la true BO tar .. he knows with avaorous VI..'. FU '

y.i1y lB8 SC8: 1.117. buds searches of title therefrom. JOHN F. OLIVE. (Seal) I ne4Iy I every one. The seasoa baa so. I +r
pl. Article Three. The amount of the I far 'advanced that there la no fear of ,.
11 M. elfp ...... .._............. art I V. W. ERWIN, (Seal) I '
13 sea f3 s..L&. titsv44b....... .. .. .. L Ri 15 : capital stock shall be Fifty thousanddollars 8. L. PATTERSON (Seal) call and the ditching operations *oI ,.
.......... .. .. .. ......... L = I I )
UMa i II r _.,. ... .... .... ....w a.!' .. ............ L f .a 1f p (10,008.00):; divided Into fire wel along that there Is \rttleof dander ; Cooley & Homer
M. 43 L Ir. f: .... !Jftott-. ......... .. ...._L .T vii e. hnndred shares of the par van of STATE OF FLORIDA. j i flood.-Miami Metroes. t.
1.nIIISUUF. --- I
One hond d dollars ($10000)) end, .
: A Townsend Tie Real
which shall. be payable at the option I On this day personally appeared before one ef our progression Estate IIJ Rural Attlts

CUll CMNECTIOn NODE AT aTUBI Mt. ITtiBJHlf 0* THE P. A 0. S. ( co."., POI I of the corporation In cash or pr.iTty.. arts :Thomas Coetlgan Edward i:{ farmers. who live near Glen a

_ HAVANA, KEY |WEST' AND NASSAU.t real or personal, at a jolt ll'aUOI1to Burke, John I P. Olive W. W. Erwin ;i I Vajr. is preparing to nine hoes on St.I' List You Profertj With 1iea.A .
ext nslve scale.
: !
I Tbrre Is no doub(
be fixed by the Board of Directors and S. L.iJ'attflrP- me well known! I -

TkaaTlm.TiMMtkmrtb.tti 4.l.klekliUnimarba.. ex-v 1M'.1....sad d.parflb. I of this company at a meeticj called I as the p.+rson. described In and who: tb\t_.L his_ _venture_ ____will.__be ananclal flne niece of bar tf'Uf1II1f'olll'rt.. ..
.. ,
ea .aera4_,_ bat 1744 r. ff panun at (ha il"iff Plated t.WH ruaWMtaOpubaid -mat<*4.re H......''......., h .a-
'::.< luaUraspaMllfli.>r o.7 delay r any auaK.......ari.ta.IMU I I for that purpo. !FUbecrl their names to the tore- I "T.- Dt.&IlOaru. witb riparian rIga within a few
I ulniit. s walk: 6t the butnet!
Artie! This corporation hncontinne *renter
*. pine a l. pf incorporation! and
boa ol
business Mianil.
t L shipping at Jen fe-tbf zao fret OB bay and
; *Orr.fth. LOCAL,TIME CARD or Other InfornmUea and haft fun power to exevelse I for art:. es incorporation of the I assuming prodigious< propor- 400 feel dp, having a lot or floe "

.{: SEE rax :''TICKET AGENT." and operate. Its corporate franchises I Dade tT"tJe Insurance and Every "hearing. trees oo It. This U a flat 4 t
.. f. express carrying out a '
place for I
w.&er ham.
privileges$ powers and ='Im nl- Trust jlo
J. P.' BAlrnEB., ** Oon. Pass. Agent.. ST. ATJOTTSTTirs.E : YLA.r I Cvmpan and did severally acknowledge fine crates and_as the market t{.,
tles for the of
ninety-nil O9)!
that .
they executed the .is
same strong
everybody: is feeling
{ Feats from and after the coinlwnce- : for the parpobes aDd toes therein ex- i. 328 Tttlfti: Strftt Silntr Bid. f
I ment of Its corporate existence L pressed I I'I

1 Article Five. The business cf this IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I han p3L Storter merchant and postmaster I I I I I I I I I '

I company,. shall be eondoctej by a hereunto act my hand and official seal at Everglade, on the southern -
t I ,... 'V'.ew .. tile ... J White fade Barter Sholle
The'' [ board of five (S) directors, a president I this 29th day of February A. boundary: of the county Is in town this ,,.

Ac sod.tto.a "nt first vice-president: second vlce-prrsi D. 1304. week summoned on jury duty. He FOB Chairs. No Wa ilia*;

-r-- dent secretary and treasurer, and any (Seal) J. W. HORNER .,. all the truckers have made money Best
| Service ii tie Cit
other such offlcer aj&ents ot mnployes Notary Public la rind for wjth their crops this season, and that ,. -

ii Bay View D. M. Conolly, Pro U may from time to Urn be apinxiited dial the State of Florida at Large their main crop sugar cane growing A. COLBY.aoa Twvrrtk, MreM Proprietor

------ --. --- aJd syrup making has paid well Mr. :
Shorter says that he expects to put an

HoteJ."d! Ie TIr.1i/1.l/ Par auxiliary: boat on the run between Clubbing
H I. McDonald
0.... orp.t.Miaftis Everglade and Fort llyers U soon U ,

f the railroad begins a regular schedule. Rates.You

fla.I I SANITARY l -- A| the present Urn most of the Even @ e .

I PLUMBING and I lade. business goes to Tampa. money I ascribing
I can save by sub

!r PLUMBERS'SUPPLIES' fOr the papers
Bush & Safford I you want through

# SEABOARD; Clenlud u. Eicjcli A t.CJ 111. TN..... The "

All kinds of wheels
: : : II
for vak or "Tntllii I
a Air Line Railway High GnJ Metropolis.We .

tat t Street Klaai HiMcNeill
FOR3avaei can give you the

I Piano'sAND
iah DailyTimes Unionand1
Columbia Camden Southern! Pines
Raleigh.'' Richtpaail( SV.;hia ton. Biltim-ira: &' Co. ORGANS. Daily Metropolis tot

i ,. AjPWIadeI|>hie.. ]New York. 'l.io.oo a year, or both

for six
months fo

:. Seaboard Three Elegant N3JV) York Trains Li Daily.Mi ted. Livery Feed and Sale.<< Stable12th Simplex Plano Pfeycre 15.00. _

aboard Express : Seaboard Mail Street West .of $ 'k
; lroad.
'ti .' --t.;';'' X?" '.,. --. Cash or e&a, pajys e.ta. Old ia- .

Modem Pullman Equipment We' have gentle horses (broke for ladies to ride and drne. Tuning atnBlUta and takes regulating in.ejtxlunre. Can, TheDaily .

,....' .. ... .. and inspect oar fine stock of
7aI .w.Yew 4a 1 -ltIie-d v. peedd waelsdNy.0 .......
1 ......11d+T. ..lU .S$1eidraU4tI41'U. .MU4H .-1 .ttrtatlts .an.......... ... Good Comfortable Carria new goods ,
.. ... ,_....l&. i4 '1.w .,....eta wp'd..ti........ .. to e.......w isle,.a. ,, es. Metropolis.StmHTcekfy .
end ..-., .....p.S.dait7.as.bowU4thteU.MLat.aaaw......... flsdd&L.w r
f First class Teams and

: Only line operating ; dailt through I'1.'efl) | fron. R'elfable"h.te ARE YOU GOING ..

$ Jacksonville, far New ()rlean Drivers. r

_. North o"r West ?
j -- --- -
-- Times'Lsuon

'' Fur information;;,rul "l.!jtprr n.er\atMMi', call on any agent of th .. : .....w. ... ...'Olltpl+pftl/14tN THElinIsyitlle

\: t'f Seslw.tti'. p' write : ;; $5.50 '
I .F..I.d & a gear

-f iI: i! D9HHELL, < I JacksonTilleJli i a Pastime"4JStZRecord i Nashville Weekly Metropolis and Semi -#

I S. C. BOYLSTOttc r.a.&IL J\Jrt. -I Publifhlog Co, Railroad Weekly TLmes?Union; both

4 j t _. '. Wfi..lm.. ,... PAbllc"-"} .. a kaaautalT Illuiraw4 '..II I Oftm nnezcelled paaerir..r senile one year. J2.OO..
.. M_lw rincUalt.Mc pad R....MtlMb ItwinWnapm. ......}'...........i""}. Modem trains earrjlnr Pnllmaa'K 1
r- KM s deli H.r ). It. E4iw .
ky a e rp..5 .rwp.tealS. aa< woauo. Hall Imw iK4e-4lat**
f eovhn
i : plctim. kan4wiw nnak pers rne.reflllnlnc -
I'trss.ew neb IMM. Midi Me*.tiunwluc h> Tmiar !
--WAJ.TCT. GRAHAM JAMES 3!. JAcINO JL i L PATTBItBOS ....ma l sboId r'.O.rerv' b.... O.Iwrlb.r.ILXC.r' chair ears, and I".ialf're '
-f .r-d..t I, ..1c .......... Me.f aM T... ..*. ,. arard. C.::pq eal.tte 0.Ktt .bh phlk.'.... wIII a _..... The Pompano Inn 1
I'' I Mb.ciI. ve Ib.f........ _..... T. d. able IS. f.,41 n.sisr' ..........t."Y 'hHween northern sad oatbrm ettlee
I ...,s..ad.l.r a...1.. dews. Y.III.hli.b .._ M4 .... to l.d.Mral: inard Tb 8n ,
T. C..J.cbpnlh I In.wtb: M teat.NIer a.d yes wl 1 M ....r.4 f..r en.y.ar'.b stdiBlairaariierie. I. the

Dade cow}ty bstract this particular i..__, siN _.'I' ill ApaU aen nro r' 'TieleU r

j i DMXMPftaUTrw .sswa'i mutt lneM4.awlr wrWaf tat a .Wa.ufnl... s.d _H.t.rre..rWt e.1.55.11l ..., Pompanos Florid
e.rntd FInritIA .. L.&N.
arsesS vwtk JrrV :: -
I _... ."rI..Way.i r1.dr.In'i + rx'

SWELL BUILD1G 3. MIAMI. FLA. i rr: Record Gcmvany If '. ra..reservations. Mhednlee, and apply...t...,..If ear 4 iCcomiiMMlationa I Produce buyers for rfentlcmeavoolj. and arliciton > .

Jttktoorille- M.
.t J. Fleming
f I covert < hft...M.cUlts> aW luaiilill AkatrKt To$ .. UT.... I. ran.4a1llt--... ""'" from here thaa from .
,..enlemlM AWuart tWto"( ... -t..to.p.vs.0 fjleai t............ ...... w..4J. .1Ia-".. any other {
.... ... .... ....... .."I. point OIl tile JiM. ,



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Vatted states :Cepc. tery.


: Report of the Condition

: -Of-


I I rRIDAT. JANUARY 22. 1904.

Ample i Seeurity
Condensed From Report to the Comptroller -
of Currency.f .
A Prore5Siue BaQ RESOURCES. The Fort Dallas National Bank of Miami guarantees

1 Loam sjtd discount .$142.777.1J absolute security for every dollar deposited with

Must adapt itself to the needs of the public. Many Orcrdraft. .. .. .. .. .... none it. i lit has a capital of 100000. Its board of
people hare monej on whIch they would like to U. S. Bond (to secure circulation directors is composed of businessmen of known
., .. .. .. .. .... SS.000.00
.. t financial standing.
receive. istcri'-t ad ;et hatheir frr. < .t1\1U. and enn erTati"m.
j I available in case a better investment offers. Premium on U. & Bonds 1,000'00 IjUi.vO the: National Bank law provides tor a stockholder's
Stock ant bonds .
I Oar, Savings Department meets this want by paying Banking house . 40J2S.U liability equal to his stock. This puts $100.000
Five Per Cent Interest compounded semi-annnal- Due tram U. 8. Tree 1.ISO:00: more back of our institution an aggregate of
; ly, and by permitting withdrawal to be made U. ,8. Bomdi (market $3X1,000 between our depositors and any possible
: without notice. tale .I54JOO.OO loss.We .
: are able to offer the last mentioned inducement by Due from bank 4L3gl.$ The Fort Dallas National Bank is directly affiliated
i i reason of a large reserve kept on all deposits. Cash U Taatt a.uc.", with two New York banks, the Merchants National
I were! Banking Business Transacted. Capital Surplus 12LOOS.0S Bank and the North American Trust Com
':and Shareholder. Liability, pany. 'Mr. Oakley Thorne Presideatof the latter
I $J02.000. p .Wl.tT institution being a Urge stockholder and a Direc.i'
I tor in the Fort Dallas National Bank. I

I t UJ.BILITJDL i\ i i
: I I 0 Capital stock .. ..tlM.MO.OtSurphu
i I >1MO.M i .. .
.1 I rjndrrtded pcoftta VMM
: OrcalaUo SMM.M ;
'. t Depo ll........... ......$ I1f,1IJ.O'7 t tr '
j p43,4Z$.$? i

t i l' r I

1 "

: I

i Atlantic- Coast Line. ;,

: ., .. .,!" .-. ... .- '..- " .,
I '

ftATYBW- Florida's Famous Trains: :I ,"I"
H. 8. Plnnock Neptuae: W:. T. Wailaca ,;. .
4 ,Westerly. R. L; J. M. Maayo Jr.: "New York and Florida Special." i :
: Philadelphia; T. C. Frederick. per "
I I"Chicago
"Florida arid West-Indian Limited. I
r 4aU>Us; P. J. W__, PaW Beach: I Ii tI
Ural B. C Rtoe' and two childrenTttwrUto and Florida Limited." i

,* > ;' 3. p. lit owers and J. F' "'the Dixie Flyer." I . . . . .I . rHs
PretaU. City Point: J.H. OsrrUon an< I
'wtf4! 81 Louis; Dr. Merrill and Jam. :'. The:"L. & N." Montgomery Line. -

KsUjun. West- Palm Beach.no Through Pullman: Service from St. Augustine and {IJackson.ville. Shoes

1- B B. French and wife. Wisconsin;; to the North. East and West. For Reservationsor I

Mrs William u tter. John 8. Hatter., Information, AddressJ. I
gwhaae. N.I T.: Mrs. F. W. Bain- A. 1'ay'or T. P.: Art.( Royal Palm Hotel. Miami FU. W. H. -+-- -4t--! '-- . .- ,
,bridge. Toledo; Mr. and )I.... A. Dyett, Leahy. D. P. Agt. 138V. Bay 5t., Jacksonville Fla. W. J. Craig. I .
$. '({York: Mrs A. M.)(U IIIc. Rloge. G. -. Agt. Wilmington, N. dRestoratioB IJ.J.
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J.; C. M. Cl .. Sanford; T- --r- r ,

.' gN.; 'I*' Wlckea.-Tamp, New; D..Tort' D.'\ Powell of tie'Old Time Rdpo.; },r '- t. } "C +,

c.l: WsU. Chicago; Wt C. Sehulu, ,
laM M Pines: H. L. Preston and ,wife.MewTork .

s j! : Varies J. Hobbs.. Laoder4ale Dr. Wm. D. Gentry the converted physician of Chicago, ................. ... '
1 ; Mr. and Mrs C. F. !alaer, dty; ; ......... . -
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assisted his wife who leads the singing will conduct
Oeerf L. Spenos Devtona: J. A. BOMadwUs. by

,. Philadelphia. 1r'{ meetings the tent on 12th St. bet C and D every afternoon ----.oQooooooc '
Bra! Bet .cer.I KIM I Ella Mann and evening at 3 and 7:30 o'clock, until after next Sunday.

7 r esport,1In.: J. M. Cambers, St. All invited. Not Sectarian. I .'
Louis; A. BOardaer.. Frank Harrison.OD&ianut I ftnrt'v P OWtA>tl Grorj; Mr. and Mrs. lorenso I Eve=ythiz g Free. WHITE -- I liENS

'Ir .Bladutoa. Olua; W. UJGreea., At- I QhoesCHIIDREKS
laata; Charle & Edgar and .u.. Mrs. BLACK Shoes uolES ,;
REMEMBRANCE. comfort and I
peace by,trusting la Hint;
F. Edgar Edsr. Fla; Lj M. Murray. -j jI That the Lodge be dnped la mo.rsIng TAN
Daytona; Mrs;; C W. Manaloc. Inca V. i At the regular communication of .
I for thirty days, and a page be left
Manning Brooklyn; W.; R. Healy. Biscayne Bay Lodge N Wwt Palm Bear I Gear,. F. Lord. I :
It, held last night, the ; ollowlnj rbso- departed brother. i
$crastos. Pa.] AJ f McDomgaiTed.. t
s. ,Pilfer Jacksouvin:. 8,Broome, Qulney. lutlons were passed: Z. T. UERR1TT. I I .
Fla.''Mr.and Mrs: u: I. Bush Atlaata -x V.'beress, tte Crest F Uhrr of us all PASCO.. I :. I
: his sent among us the g im messenger. +.

I i Death! who has called away our beloved Committee I .,
'WATSON WILL SPREAD OUT. Miami Fla., March IS, 1901 ':. .. > j 9i
brother, John Girt uaa: thereto ?
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That loin with hU be oooo
sulved. wa 2.
His Hirdwar. 1311114111. wtn Be Crestj. REFLECTIONS OP A BACHELOK.
reared loved ones In mo irning the loves :
b' EOa1Ar +
I 1 ot Due who by )kls wise:! sh dUpositloa LEATHER
+ ::
; j. W. Wa t in--I hu Just pnreDssIdtlroigti and noble qualities of c tad and heart, 'I' (From the York Press) I II i LINEN Shoes : "
r the real|estae firm of J. IL lad endeared himself to all who knew It takes a woman to speak :of a .:u-I t I -

'Tat pa;: &' Co. th lot) eoatalnlnf the htm; I ele c rment a, "Them." \ I Ii + CANVAS
old $ pailding at; the that. 11 bile to>> us th< calling away i .
fi phlnem [ The best way for a girl to spread the 'II .
I Tear }M Iii<< tL .cjcrt, hardware tore (rom a life of usefulness a young man I engagement I
news of It Is to hare a secret :
J' It U his mention toi remove the old ioj his prime seemed str ing sand mysterious >Qoooooooooooooooooooooooood
bonding and rut up I a Urge trick yet bellerUg. its Masons In f {1 .
warehouse addition I io accommodate tU Immortality: ] of the soul, we submit A girl has an awful good time trying f All kinds of Best
High Grade Shoes' b
![his rapidly growing trade The busiDe. to Clod's 11 Iii. knowing that, oar brother i to do something she wouldn't llie to! at
of thin firm bas grown very ..61 eutered upon sn enlarged sphere of\' do: If some other girl werenir allowed .:
greatly within the last!I year and more u etuineer la ,the Ufd beyond the f fLYare not to do It '
room was an absolute necessity. tThenjttto ;I I I Sew ll Shoe
taw building la imnpletid 'their That we commend his parents! and I It Is a great comfort to a woman to Store

Mock teal U largely'j lucre t..... and other relatives 'to the loving I care ofKim know that If she understood how to
they. win .. able to supply an demands who ls oar refuge! In time of!keep her household accounts better itwould
;Is the various lines which they handle. #nubie. and pray that they nay find''II cost her mach more to ru it 304 and 312---12th St. S
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