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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: April 5, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00078
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. 1,!'Na. 98. :''=\=.. MIAMI, FLORIDA TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1904. SSStr: Price,5 Cent .;;



RIO I J JIMGNKA6O- SAVINGS -BANK CLOSED. ST. AUGUSTINE FIRE TRIED TO ESCAPE o CHINESE --IMMIGRATION.Mexico -:t I' TANIC ACID' "


Action Precipitated by Cash Clearing I Publishes.i Rules on Which It ..

Being Demanded by Clearing I t I Will be permitted. '
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House. I IAkro. ,I ---i ;
.. 0.. April S.-Tb* Akron Savings .
Only the Store and Stock of J. W. FourjConvicts Armed and Having Mexico City, April 5 -The Depart- FACTORY
Bank closed today and receivers meat of th.'1IIt riOl' baa published the I

1, were appointed. The action was precipitated Estes Destroyed. Sticks of Dynamite. following rules for !'the entrance uf I f.I f.
by a demand of the clearing
Chinese and other Orientals Into the i I
bouse (hat clearings must be paid In republic: I

cub. i. Requiring each Immigrant to showa I

Over A tempt to Open,Plant surplus The bank, $50.000 has and capital deposits$200,000 amountIng ;- l lis Less Was Very Rear But lie frobaLly Svprbed By Guards (htH -end and by certificate the Mexican of good Consul health at the legalized port of Now Completed and Will be

Car! to.j to 850000. : Had Al Wei haired as Was Always Secnlr) C.eflmed--Dbc.fei Made embarkation or if there 1* no Mexican
of ; merican I Consul by the Consul of the UnitedState in Operation Soon.A .
i SW ATE IMPEACHMENT.House I I Kb Practice. h Ac Nek; .f [toe.I i f .
j I The date of Isuance of such

I certificate must not be prior to two
:Will Consider the Matter This -
I months before arrival at a Mexican
Week.

NON-U ION MEN ATTAKED4wwie Washington April 5.-The Swayne There were all kinds of rumors here I j I Jefferson City April &.-A desperate port.2. On arrival Immigrants will be SPLENDID ENTERPRISE

I Impeachment resolution will ,be tile last night about the fire at St. Augustine attempt at escape by four convicts whower ject to measures of vigilance, .Ub-I
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featnr! of the proceedings la the heavily armed and carrying sticks
I and speculation was rife. The I tion etc-, aa deemed necessary by .
I House;this week. Legislation for the of dynamite, was made today. Fortunate -
fears of our people intensified because representatives of the superior Board
were
Under .. Escort of PoDce- right District of way of Columbia part of Monday will have, and the the nothing could be heard from St guards)*, they who summoned were surprised assistance by and the I i of Health and during the Urn required I I That WTO l Add Greatly to .the.. industry 1

for the enforcement of such
aaJ balam-e of the day will utilized forth Augustine 8e.eraI.es were the neB were quickly overpoweredand ", ) : #
Bricks Are Tfcrwa StotsRredTwo of f-fcal-AcU 1Y3 Le Made
!; Ufc&ui.e4 tuo -.... Le: f"J at U>.
passage of bills under suspensionof sent to which no replica were received.Lata Blocked la other cells. j w-I

Neat} Shot Bat Strtken the'tales Tuesday and Wednesday la the evening Mr. C. L. Xlmante It'll believed that the revolver and | pens brought* of them the steamship over. company From Palmetto Roots aid Factory J JW

tile conference report on the District, received news from his brother that dynamite were smuggled into the men .
Are Kspersed-eirb Parti* of Columbia apropriaUoe bill to which the flame bad been confined .to Estes' by Wend S. The landing win take place exclusively I Have aa Output of Thirty 1
at the of Maaxanllft. when i .
: the Senate baa mad several amendments store where they originated.The 1 port
pteb Assaottj ; will tab precedence, sad the' Jacksonville Metropolis which ACADEMY APPROPRIATION BILL. th. steamship company shall be com Barrels Per Day-Other Work.

military academy bill will b* disposedof came la hen this morning. ha the following Revival pelled toprovld suitable quarters for I

win conferenc account: la HOOM Today and Results observation.
during this tIlDe, a* I
"T 4. When tile Immigrant do sot exceed -
report oa several minor Boas bflto. A telephone meaaag to The Metropolis f u Political: Prediction

Chicago, Apriia.-Haa; riot at: the Thursday the Swayn Impeachment states that fire broke oat la the tea. and la exceptional Cue subject One of the moat complete mMuaeturtng -
Washington, April 8.-The House decision tile health
to the of aatboriUea. -
plant, et the Amerfiaa Car Company case win b* called up sad present Indications top story of the dry goods store of J. plants rr erected lathe Stat
today resumed eonalderatioa of the Immigrant, though exceeding -
toy 4May.. "growiag oat of efforts to nope ar that debate oa this subject W.o'clock Bate this. la morning 8t Augustine, at 10 UilCarr Academy appropriation bin.la ten. may wad at Acapulco Maxat- I* that of the Florida Extract Co. recently F
retain will consume the balance W tb* and notwithstanding -
tb* factory sad thirty Greek the Are discussing the provisions of the oft Ian. Guayamas Tampico Vera Cruz bum la this city by Mr. W. at. -
department responded
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1IrGI.1.-un. twcUnloa .- were shot. .1 quickly sad did heroic work, they RprntaUv Prince (DL) diverged Ooataacoalcoa and Bstlna Crua. Brown aDd others, and now ready far

car iaeharg a. Who dmaad th: IRON WORKS WILL RXSCMK.: wan unable to subdue the flame for to ''make a political speech In which a. la addition to the above regulations operatloa. ;l
..I r U of the t Greeks. gatheredabout I quite awhile aa a stiff wind was blowIng may. A Metropolis reporter visited the
Philadelphia, April TaAmert-- Roosevelt ta their Judgment It be deemed necessary
whan the aoo-vnioa I. and for a time It ,looked Ilk* the plant this morning and was abowathrough
the factory, I caa Bride Company which owns tII.PnC'101d whole danger Mr. Prince aim criUelied the orgaaUatioa enforce such other measure ta
la
of city was and the It by Mr. C. A. -. tileuperlatead..t
.mea ader.t polfeaj; approached. Iroa Works of this city baa .excitement of the army by the general staff prevent the Introduction of disease a* ,
bricks to fly and..v- greaeat prevailed. However, who win bar charge ,
begaa announced that the Pencoyd plant will aaot referring to part difference between they tee ?t.:
by almost superhuman work the
flrei.Ia firemen of Its operatloa. The plant la perfect
eral ota were work April 25. Tb weeks the preeent commanding generalof C Th aatbOTttle: detain f
resume oa the may a vessel -
the party thr were managed tokeep name from I la every detail The machinery la tile .::
[ attacking ban been practically dosed down for the the army and secretary of war laid for aa long a'Urn* u la .
reaching Record
several glrla. Th striker wee! dto- building Just at latest la every reapect. aDd la properlyand [
several months. About 2,000 men win the and the lire they tote aa zephyrs compared to for the enforcement of the II-I'I
trouble rear was finally !gotten conTcnlently Installed and eepe-
persed by th* JIIIIIct.rtJaer b* employed. what win come between the staff and I alatlons.TNEGiIRISTPIGTURE. ,' .
feared. under control. Great crowds of I dally adapted to the use for which It -.
I people 'watched and cheered the Bremen secretary of war who win refuse to be I I" fbtellded.i .
chief& clerk to register the decree ofth r
BRITISHTED. MIAMI'S CLIMATE la their plucky work, but It was !i The object of the Industry to maa-
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1 noticeable that everybody was badly 'J j I ufactur of tannlc arid from the roota '

la Wet .Atrtca'B71t11. Okhotas Tribe frightened a* It was bettered that the WILL BOOM )IlLES.Nt"fl i of the common saw palmetto. Taaals*, t

of Kail ve*. wind would cause the fire to spread.. lh acid la used for tanning leather, and __.

-1'>. '. .,4'. 1 ..- -. f. j The firemen are being warmly corn- I. made from 'anion substances e }
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"" t eage/1Wan* 11Er: tfetesT If'. Some Easter Comnentr8d* though that from lmetto but .the -
"'4':....... April -a men t o To4ar. Report I ._ .
bare bees ''received ben of heavy 1 flgbt- I bounds. Estes eared a large portion of +-- IIIcbeat trade now 1L' the market, It ,

lag) I. British West Africa aad]!of a Beneficial Effects. his stork. Indlanapolla. April 5.- The Indiana Of the, Exercises. I I. a heavy, dark about the tolorand .,

reverse sustained by tb. pualdv expedition I Mr. Xlmaalea, who was employed for prohibitionists are assembled her today thickness of It..lJa.,
many years by Mr. Bate before coming la convention to nominate the pound and profitable.
sent out agataat tb* Okbotaa a State iI lIild t
the to Miami, says that Mr. Estea always ticket. I The new will begin
tribe who ta December: cut up '
British patrol kflllag two British offl- Notes Oaades Wr.** During be last kept bU'.o$Insured up to the limit and A boom for the national ticket head f
and forty-five UUY. troop*. that he doubt but that he baa ed by General Nelson A. Mile, was I output of fMIII twenty-five to thirty

I*!recent. fighting b* Okhotas fought I jT.,SCYM ears sad txpectsIAntber: kept up the custom;; He bad a very started and received with enthusiasm. Smke The Spirt tf taster barrels dally. The process of manufacture .

Lrt ,their wwy to the njldst of the British i Stride Farward. *" Urge stock; possibly $50.000 or more Pmaded. is simple. The roots are first j.
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and bin building also valuable
( was a
crushed in -
i powerful grinding machines -
n 'square. klUlng and wounding many I DEMONSTRATION AGAINST JEWS II
of them. !one. I I: and taken from them by cooreyorn -

I STILL ANOTHER REVOLUTION Reported at Odessa:But Authorities I i to the leach tats where the aaoktance -

COFFEE IMPORTERS FAIL. Editor Metropolis: In..1q your I Hare Situation In Hand. i The night before Easter Sunday was Is steamed to a certain ataav!, .
.' toT I after which It tees to the copper boilers -
sprightly UtU city may I add my testimony Attempt Sun Movement/ Favor certainly: one fit to precede that !day of ]
Baltimore, April a.-Tb* failure of 1 ofVaaqnes.Cape Washington. April 6.-The State Department for refining, and from tile to the

Taylor Levering, toffee Importer ,. to many others of th. kind of I baa received the following all days to this little world of ours j' barreling bouse. The outfit Is so arranged -

.. wa announced today.. Tb failure to the delightfulness and beneficial effect Haytlen.. April 5.-A [dispatch cablegram from Mr. McCormlck the Calm with lighted stars and moon that there la no wastage.

: attribute to losse* ta the recent Bal- 'of the climate of Miami. Without entering received her from Monte Cristl. Santo American ambassador.: a lovely sheen on the bay It did not | Tomorrow moraine a force of handscee .j

t timor fire.s I IWUU Into personal detail will say Domingo, reports F Eplfa- -Rnrnnp --..... nachd me _-_- require much Imagining to think t6 I! rill be .started to work grubbing palmetto 1

nio Rodrignei and Lena Navarro attacked renting a possible demonstration star were softly singing to welcome I roots from the Field's track of 'I i
ERTED. that oa arriving here two months agoI In the beautiful blue and gold anniversary the
.llaDd I
p f' that place and that General against the Jews at Odessa. I have across bay and as BOOS amt !
was very much of'aa'i Invalid and Jimlnea being without ammunition communicated with the |Unlted States day which followed.We I enough has been accumulated the factory t
According to the Reports of Japanese
that I am about to leave town a long abandoned :thetown and embarked on consul there asking If tile rumor la have all seen The Christ pic- mill be started up. ,

f.> Scout i I way toward restoration to health. the German steamer Hlspanla for St well founded. tared but the pictures do not please Steam was maJe this moralag for '.
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Tokio, April -"a.pon.- have been la place of the hillocks and patchesof Thomas. This news la confirmed by "lie replied that reports of anti- us. do they? I saw West's picture :)j r the first time, and the boilers, pipe t

received !here fr >m Plngyang, that woods which I traversed seven yean the Dominican Consul here. Jewish. demonstration are not unusual Christ and was pleased and Impressed. etc, tested But very few if any leaks .

whea th* Japanese' wont* entered Wljn ago I have noticed flue street aDd residences It la rumored that Generals Rodrl- at this tint of the year. Owingto It Is not the Christ of thorns and I I or defects were found and the machinery _

Jut SuBdayf! they found the town deserted ; Indeed a bright and pretty gues and Navarro having abandoned occurrence last Easter the Hebrew cross-It la the Christ risen; a strong, la now la condition to perform its

by th* RaaaUaa.Coreaa title dye And from the recent. aglta- President Morales, are trying to start population la exceedingly nervous. but nearly nude, manly form; a face noble, duty. Tie brick smokestack which I

residentsjnfotmed the scouts Uoa la your Board of Trade It to to a movement IB favor of former President with so energetic and humane a manu serene and beautiful; the woundsee 'joint up sw C'UD.plaoJ.' "r. WUIa-
be hoped: that such and Governor glazed with the first Intent of healing. haa i I. the < '
that the Remiss force. oa the Upper enterprising Horatio Basques. They are bellered Neidert. la charge of the says oal rirind stark of
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I definite action will result that It wit and Baron Karalbara not far from the door of the sepulchreHe tb- kind In the
Tale river eonaM only of small detached now to be marching 011 Santiagode city commanding Slate :! 1 Is perfectly
partiea. not b* long before one can see another loa Caballeros and Porto Plata. the troop, a serious outbreak .. stood and "saw The Christ Triumphant I count ructedMr .

". j: stride of, improvement towards that A score of Dominican refugees' arrested Impossible. Beneath the picture were Wlltahaa la thorOu hl* eiperirnml -

FOUR CASES.1 development to which Miami seemed here were sent back to Santo "During the present week the official the words: The third day He rose. in machinery ami hu Installed -

i NEW i-i- destined from Its very Infancy. Domingo today by the Dominican Consul newspaper contained notice that Ill again from the dead!" As I looked. ) (that of the plant with 4 view to conjrenlence -

i OF Baboa'c Plague Discovered at Tours, with good wishes I who disturb the peace win be dealt felt the picture and the words were and rompartners. H* has also ,

G Lima.'Perm.York W. ,B. Colemaa. with severely." well adapted. I... Christ aa lie in. 1 instructed a complete :machine shop
I I CONFESSES ANOTHER 1.- and In those words la simply alL
MURDERNeldermeler and all repairing can., te do:!. right at
w N4 Aprt I-A Herald dia- CHILD LABOR, LAW. I ANDREW FREEDMAN. The Easter service at the Con rp'".- ( .-''ork..

from Lima. Pen any four new Wishes to Save Condemned tlonal church were Instructive a..,1\ The company, which recently purchased -
Efforts to Secure More Rigid Enforcement Men. Appointed Trustee. of Estate of Mrs.
r saw of bvboate ''ptagw were found I moat beautiful In their simplicity; services the old county bridge acroM

'Sunday making! a total thirty-three I I 'I Ida M. Flagler. rendered mostly by the young the river from the foot of Avenue D.
Chicago. April i.-Almost within the New T wk. April 5.- Andrew Freed- people. Rev. Jamea
Bolton
raasa rmot, .he afflicted ar* re- I offered a has their dredge' at work tearfag down
k Knoivllle. Tean, April 5.-A move coil of the hangman's Peter
rope Neld- i man. of this city, has been selected to short prayer There were several recitations.
ng rapidly. the name and pulling! the
up piling.In
i ment ha* been started here to secure a ermeler, one of the car-barn bandit 'succeed the present Incumbent trustee
I u Interspersed' with singing, and
I Its place' there win be built a dock
stricter compliance with the child-la bas made what be declared was a true of the tate of Mrs Ida )L
8 Flagler. short
FOR SCHOOL most
e, f EJUN1ICNDENT.t. R laws : : I a appropriate address by 1JO fe t long by 3ft feet wide. This
bor la Tennessee. Reports made eonfeaslonto/ save two other men from Mrs. Flagler adjudged
was incompetent !Pastor
> Merrick. As an offertory Mrs. do : will be
t. < private! and
Of 'Duvai' Couatyj! Is H. H. Palmer. to Typographical Cntoq No. 111 showthat the gallows aad one from long Imprisonment I five ; '...n.1tO and since then baa Tousey sang most sweetly and effectively. the for used entirelyby
Man the law was being openly violatedla la the ; company landing the roots
Popular Clerk. penitentiary. : I' been und<>r the care of specialists at '
act! utber
, many ;doles of tile State, and that "I killed Patrick Barrett la his saloon j New Rocele.. where a splendid borne Mrs. Church's efforts purpose
with the child- j
When
it Mr. H. H. Palmer, the popular. man tile great:;drawback to the enforcementof at 4211 Wallace street last Mayj- Is malntal,ned for her at a cost of twen tea were ..ell'rewarded as their recitations Co.la operation the Florida Extract -
clerk, wbo baa run, between: Jaekaoa- the statute la th* fain representations laid N.ldermeler.Job.. Lynch and ty-fire thiiusand dollars yearly. will employ number of seen

vine sad Miami for a number of years' mad by patents' of children la regard lime Sanmona, who are under sentence Freedm was required to famish and staging were eaeeptloo.IITline. j. and prove aa Industry of which Miami

la a e-4".t. for. !jnperiaiendeat:, to the age< of them offspring.' The of death for the crime and alao bond In the sum of &MO.OOO.REGISTER. considering, and under their Mr.ages Church's and Inezperienre direction -- ,.!I and tile East Coast can well feel,proud.

public Inatroojtoa ot Darn) jcoaaty, Legislature 1I'UI.be asked to paas a Hugh Rellly, who baa been sentenced t
u superintendent all went .
Mr. Palmer iaa always takes a great law requiring physicians 'to register to the penitentiary, are innocent Their .-The registration books smoothly. STILL IN THE HACE.-By aom* i

Interest ta jeattoa and lathe' event each birth la public records, that bad mistake the announcement of J. H.
so nothing to do with the raid. are open la all the voting precinct lathe The floral decorations were simple
d hIs tecflOa.. pledget blanetf to no opportunity for falsifying win be "I shot and killed Barrett. I make .county and will be open only until and most beautiful-juat about. right- Frederick for Clerk of the Omit

.. work for tb* best Interest of the left open- The eommltte will. draw this statement solely to save Innocent tile list of the month. Those who are not overdone; and above and beyond Court baa been omitted from the columns I

: schools of Da ml county., Having the lIP a petition for distribution throughout ... I haT no bop for life and I 40 not already registered had better do so an the spirit of Easter seemed to of this paper SlId our atteaUoa
roaadeac of who know the Stat addressed to Governor prevail was called to this fact today by Mr.Frederick .
him poa- *. not want Innocent persona to suffer promptly If they wish to vote la tile aa It should, la the earnest and
nnlsgtoafrieada rtsarkaeM degree aU the FrazIer. put oOdala aad the Leglalatur for what I hare don***. coming primary election: Place where hapy arts and expressions what say he does aot want

...",...ttooot lor tb* pe ltloa. his *. urging strict compUaae with OBJ the ,strength of Ntldenneter1 they are located may be sees la ..- took AH of an who to be taken out of the race. ta that
part.
were a* "thos with
date b* wtn sash the *atb th* law. 1 Th. claim la mad. that children statement the\attorney for the eonvfctad I- oUa<<-eohna. of this paper. PoD Use Hope. for H* la surely way. He to still a caadldat sad fat

- ..11..t. 'cl voters Duval taLOlkl: from eight to Ua!rears old Dad .ma win tomorrow applyfora, /! melt be paid also before the expiration rl.en"J. meeting with great eacouragemeat
W. B.Cocoaa'ut .
and wpeeta to be doN to th treat
ref. rata .f. mptoyneat. ta many of U* mlQa.. writ of habeas'corpus. of b* month. .
i i- !f y* Grove. April 4th. when the final count to mad
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QINERAL DIRECTOBT For Best Meats and Choicest
R. Lunmns J. E. TRANSMITS DISEASI I I Poultry
STATE: OU'I\IJUo. .. All Whom It stay C..:.' ra: ,
Alk.i sru. II. F. LaSalle L. I .
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_<-gUle-rl.C A.UK *. l:.cruuoti Cr I tush F C. )McDonald A.Burdme. : That Mosquito Carries Yellow FIVer :t dt'nlped.lntend to apply to the Honorable C. H. Raulerson & Co's.
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> tf. M.ijry.'Aw* rusty Ju..,.<. I IXKaatHiiic Canton Reilly.. J. aIloudas. }wtnivi iu tit*- | p 3 t HI' -t .j>,**.' .. CHARTER. 'VTO C3

*:kin.t<.any..I lie .Mate.xldrrxMI uifici, E. B. Dr. W. aporn. 1.-1 ...f n> i i'rrj>r> atsI it ...i .o i.' l> sun la OperailoB aM to ready to receive
1 toon-UK t'4Mil Jadae..I.wW ( C. L. F.Rubinson. .
::Taalbs.-1.{ J. K. Rumph. Edw. 1" .*f i j.. must a.II ,. ti .'. ., The undersigned persons. onler. .
.. T. M. Leonard J. F. Olive
nO&J .
ntrtrn I. 1\L' v For Anything In
: .. !I.. itrw in. W. W. R.ul..non. C. ILtnloP. Ir a.gtt'
: l..u. Ceo. from the li ,..*nithmi ..r'I\' *.. Ir.t I' K. A. Hart and Cbas. H. Gartnside,, Wood
t. til I.ttlcrm,J* k Dr. G. Rumpb. Novelties.
sat J ov. .-..M,!K "i. thj..ri.- a.j "..t'. ,t I. < hereby) associate themselves together
'. HUM -IB.tlaiM' >ry. fmwUtiUi I Frl G. C'. Safford. L. B. .
lIell. f.nI !.. i.. t... ....oI.r! i. 10.i.i I hi r* Wintow and dins screens, windo
C. .. C j>'\iUktI..Xt;?:b PI.n.un. R. S. 8..el1. E. G. fftit. d.ar4lr'.1-C 11".1 .-f Ilir Irl'--' I for the purpose of becoming incorporated and duor frame, store fixtures, Mir

...... Ihrtnrl:,rrabnK-ina: the But Uowt) yr'ederlck." J. S. n uelby. J. G.I 1O.i..D';"t ,10. d.ra*>./ In, ino..itiiiin- under chapter 4SOS of the Acts work Inside trimming of all kinds.

AiA.MuU.IA. lutiv '.Ia .. 1Mcoa4 r'8n& -.. .. of A. D. 1901. of the Laws of Florida
lh ititi-ll.a. n. X.I I Vptrka I J. S. Sulmt'r.: (; F. .t.I..' "mh'' d, "n 1'llIff "If". wt. I R.

*..... I I IJtl I a..rlack. A. P. Smith. Julius the :NtW I lrler a 'liituirHtioli- -1I.i.....,r.u" The followlrg Is the proposed char- S. WILSON,

aAILIWAD t\I)1 NIYYIUIf eau. I Girtman. James Stont'man. F. ILt For bean' the .. ...II.... Ilt'r] for the Intended society and club: j A CONTRACTOR AXE) BUILDER. t(

i I nu'plt. ( .1. R Sulzt'r. A. E. : yuarantire, did > did' not Lrrp" thferrr .. Article 1. The name of the society

II Brawur.. Krt ,,'.. UtutttaM.M. T. N. M. out of a cm II.i. .Ii......., .I.i I. HAWS AID srsciriCATioxs. !
H. I urn. M'le mwr. ;I I Sbanllhan. Ir and club shall be Miami Gun ClUb.
i< anil af ilitTrrentI | <*i> tin '1"lIr.1II I 11+ '
J. U Morgan.J.a.wr. <1raham S. '
"; !E I Sewell John I .. with principal office at Miami Dad
B C. b.sa. Mxaivj. < IwkH ioti .il anti-iii ....Ij"it. w itop 1
....Barter* sad oalee of IB* BoJat4. fUrthslde C. H. Seymour. R. IL ... Florida. I II
; county.
I Tlit i..i..n ,1
: r Mii tH.i.t
aj
.. I IC
,.. Are You Build
?
CramllnK. J. C. ""n..ifll. *. J. P.Canatt Going to '
{ I of the
,- to ii. .etiK Ir the rpidrutir. Article :. The general nature
i.COrahuloblJ.k. :. r Shaw. H. B.QaaUer. 11..1 '
I tsr Iaae d..uhH,1 un and -
I J i object of the corporation, society
B.'I HIIj, VIlMU. | R. B. Taylor. R. R. pH.intS. .nd... ....n>i..1 on .I Iv' I
i if club shall be the development and per-
{ It I t it need material of ny..L.
PIHTER.TEatsm I Qrifflng. A. )(. Tarnage. J. LGlrtman. ..n... that the ..i..turhan..r ." : coo or you building a
)Ai, OB airs fection of skill on the pert of the elub'smembers
BrTa"aa4 D. |=.....'-1 I W. H. Tatam. B. B.Hay. r earth. ezraiatiom. during Ih.. nflier kind you should not fail to see 'rJ.
/ err / In the art of wing and trapshooting
I ... J. H. Tatum. J. IL tended .. the .,.prrn.lthe ..! :
H. B. Dimlck. Film BeorkiDUIB disease. totu.a rrlt of ;II: and also the entertainmentof
1 HilU U E. i ;
OOCXTT kKTEEHEXTATIVB.IrBkaor. C. H. ] report .....rl, publir imj>rtintmt < club of similar kind and of members ,
J. G.
I I Hunter. Wataon. mere ... .lr .han V. Klac. FBHor. I Ii Hill William. Wharton F. H.Hetherlnrton. : .. of such clubs In friendly contest i
I ,j i The rain were .1"u.I l .n with "IIMthen
i DAD COC ITT' orru."fu'I M. r.WTiIto. E. L. Jd..n. filth. : ) inip trfrrtal, of skill In wing and trap shooting; and ,I

I Coomr jBdf.-.Anc* E. Hef*
I, l owls, AUjrs.T-J T.Under Bliul.Vrkof Hall. W. W. Wlurier. H T. .i' ,.1,.. and a d.we i other raiiM uerj.citeil .. competing In contests of skill at wipg: I
( Cl real!Court BWlBeiMCBcr of Pro I In Lu.l> r.UtliBSfclBile.. ..sil4lflf..ea.lBfB, Brick. Us;:
.. for the dj"ea.e. In \ rawIhevr shootlo Dealers)
-.. UDoar ora.CucouiUi v S.| Hahn. F. W. Worlr. O. A. [ man\ and trap 1U, Ccsseat.: Plaster. Hair. Etc.
-. r-JukB ftvb.rk.lr Ia1 14 ': W. a J/ L theories v,ere apparently| | MIJImrteil Article S. All'' members of this club
Hughes, WlUon. I : Yards and 0...A wan. Hand. lab StreetPOWERS'
Collector' ,......-Tbot. 4. Mardorj. COM. Homer. J. W. Woodworth. J. FJoaea. | liv the prrilinir romlition-. shall be gentlemen of at least twentyone I I
aa< Univ.. i itanasiirofTiiri 1 but a not her \jear the conditioncbaigeil c -
-B Tt...1'1(.filial" )(. E. Wilson. R. S. years of 1:11.: and shall be admitted .
'......-c.H. aa..ser-. Mbual.rt and tIra.ric. former.\ upheKI '
..... Kolb A. J. XlmtnlM.. L. I ''in said club MEAT MARKET.
o< FablM Iro sod anparejiiili built UN'I' TIN jwere to membership by E majority -
--r\o.a Yrrrllt..=Mats.lash ..I :...- _
WW rompletelr Oiatteml.It vote of the Executive Committeeof
ef c..a., Co./rrun.r.-Oea HEALTH IS YOUTH.' .1 I I
.
CteinBka.Wnt r u> l..ek: P. C.rtUc Seems strange ciiiiKHlerinir hovnften this. club.

J.L A....sees... I.l(, Mk>:al E..HrlMwM.: X.: Hkk..C fullortl _.... Olneaw aad Sfckocw- Brinj Old Ace.. |I, and him Currfiilh the Kiilijr \ : Article 4. The term for which Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork.
C c:. UwrkOTB. Cork M' 400"_ ] sac. iw.etipatrl l[ that i tie recent Hi.e .. '' thiS''
=)4.aoliCof -- | >.,erieii in regard t" the nios.|iiiii. club I* to exist' 1* twenty-five Sausage) Hams Poultry etc.

OUCBT OF CEVEXTq JCDICIA Herblne taken ererr morning befog Article 5. nil and residencesof \'m : .
..n.l ll..w ferr| were not m iiliIhere <. names 20 \ r r MIAMI. FLOBIDA.

CtECVIT.fTWltJdceI .. hrvakfa will keep you .In robu mere ..>m| mirne link on tkiipnini. >. the subscriber are aa follow: I Ir --.. I I
aa4oko rtau..J ;
eiarraelaa Dale
1_If. ._ _rm. health fit Jan to ward off dlaraoe III : best iMithir I" attract jrerrri T. M.: Leonard residing at Rouses !
FREDK. S. MORSE
-Fr reign AU.ir...y- O.Betr- *ttrlaadtClnrk I dim coniUpatkMi. bllllou.n<*.... dr.... ,.Ilrhtioa> or bring al..iu the a.-reulaner r Point
W Coort-E. C Ifcwrburs.il husi.rBllT .1..... ... .liv ,
of
the m4i-iut rt .
_ofC.."" Cart_......iMi1nNooaar. I prpbla. fever, akin. and liver and klirtfj | Charles IL Carthslde. residing at
I fter rourtk *<***] la To....,._. eomplalnU. It purified the bloc 1'.i..I.' ... and aatiii arian. \it a* -.N."
Mono* Ter. oa firr* Mowdar ,.0" rnwrtli. .. !aa lliL.. Mica ass .h..1 it %. ..% *e. .. Miami( Fla. i
i radar AprilDAD. and clean the complexion. Hn. 1 D. I Itlml al..f all the : hrorir. iff E. A. Hart residing at Rhode Island. I REAL ESTATE .
i !: COOT COUBT.'jleywr Texas write Ap .
\V. Smith Whitney, filleil'! rtrry romlilion of ti di-ei-i J. F. Olive, ridding at New" York.I I

''I i c-errJ.-.tJIe.X>jtiB. su r.cr-J.: 4Pn.Jllaal..Muat.1.ri.m I X 190:. "I hare used Herbtne, end IInd I ,smut eyptainr.l e rry apintrrmt Is-..nli. C. L. F. Robinson residing at New I,

rai-Flnl K..l4mjr IB Ja' It the beU medicine for ronotlpatlclad I ark aUiut it. ,
Waef :.warl.: '
port. R. I. Offices stair Cor. An. C and IS tbSt.
*...nT.f'I roc IluntU In April.. liver troubles It will do'all you I Ti.. .li..-n>.i.>* l>rfore the .\merican up
<, .t.anser T.X'I..I. I Article C. The business of this corporation
rU Trra>- '_ Manl.t' IB Oefober.C.S.LA5DOFTICiJiAlSE "Ialia (or It. I nu highly rs'onnDd t ; ISiulie' HI.jlf" h asim-iui MUI full. I
Miami. Dade Co. Florida.
; 1 'r.>..lir...." wilt ..... a1.4. .u.'J) I....... K..1 I II shall be conducted by an I ItX""utl.e ,
"i vm.B. It. &<* a bu:.tle. Sold by lied CrwPhannary. I
relVer.W C.lt this nbjett; 1..e lu;lli-r i.. u.i. Committee of five members .
.. |
.
f I.rk BB. B .
; ere KobiBMO, KerWteCHCt 11..r?.>r a ibrory. but an c"tnl.li-hr.1 -a president, a y -rtpldent. !

IY jr H DU CTOBTBArntT.Oonter I iw ,,1"1. a. thor/nllhlt 4'tn-traced ni : secretary and treasurer. The offlcefof
entjllr quay-ti.>.. hap: e.ir bra I
Ave.C .... any and
Hk frre.flh..ebin t shall be
secretary treasurer LARGEST STOCK1IDCJ
The poultry bow beM In Ibis ell, I'melM1! exifcTtiiii-n.. niaili* .n htlr l l
(
., '='aI ::1 sffiysttxrrawr : i I rrsterday was E great success! TtItnr .I. iWen tliiTerenl! .- |.lnrra ..11brmiffht ) filled by one and the same person.
-'a .
Calf. Iii a'j BM tlnt eiAH ; '
waeue.aav.tgkf: ..r'M MvraNloiir of general exhibit were goo lite .futile .IHI! m'i'r.*. [ names of the officers and minim I

ilK W. $.8T4XTOB.r_. Kbowinic that our farmers are not tx ..-..I'| > explained.. 10 molt..'.. site of the Executive' Committee who f? broceries, TRUITS.iay .

tr Yetv..DKS<:sash Ert.rMA1.tXreK-Prm]hoCTS.er Bteella Uarxer w...iaellMm.m. Aw> : Mod the time ()reporter rUitc I The ctHtiention wa% nnlit IIHMIM mithe to conduct toe busl._ of the corporation I Grain Fted and Fertilizers.rRCSM VEGETABLES
conMPI '
that thi
,
...... "Hekoe M print n/-.l..i.t ,
'LID
Oar M : : ail the exhibits and ma well'\ plea I until those elected at the first ,
.........MaiaMIML. ape>nkl Mnie.< *Air ,1! did trannmit .\..110... liter from
,,-"iIIII&l1:1t.: -.e.A. f".w with the showing w ade.. (}oy. Glic at |.*ron alTe4leil. 1 hii. l.. anotln ". I election shall be qualified are: C. L. F.Iiiobineon I Yachtinq'Trade: Specialty

I : wan prevent and made an Interectln: Ik..-....> from ,',,1':0 at..1 \I..\ n. president; Chas. H. G.rtbi i a
.
1 rtes.-Pre.eklnt ere RCarr'N. Corner at n o'Anek[ArenoeC. (I",a ..*I IB tat..., 'talk telling/ the people that this -wiifae .I lI r..1 with the |phew"" ..r IIIMr mm If'. vice-president: J. F. Olive secretary

rvtMri S n .....; .rwaeklat al 1.p at. I war to begin a fair: .mall at IInl ......1... ....1 l lue. r..1 i lvM-e| \\.i. >. i. and treasurer, and E. A. Hart. T. E. L. & CO *
\f..orth 1-... a 1) p. ha Jualnrepwwrtl. !; oe.rwbrlmirg: thaI.... one oho .ii, ,aIntc.tipstc.1 Brady| f'
tMrapoa.1: 'a. ",. IB Pim.eritBeetlB. N'edsvtmdaa.iasuM.ebrkq with proftpert of continued'd arowth.Parm. M. Leonard the Executive Committeeof I -
I .. welowf.. the mutter can lon, /:i irnliTmin
r ervrr*. AAer.T.s ,. should cultivate the best TI' : ad! club. I
I dim lit.1tii .
ntv Carnes. P. .A11...._ B sad iatlatttwrr.iK rletlen of product He Btate that thtrot .I make a prwrrti..n ttjrait)*! tl.ferry *-. The organization and first annual Ga.OCma.: : : 3.

I "ra.... .o'cktrk: J iit44ai \ breed of cattle hog and other Phone Qnor. .
a. IB 7ceBlnc"lfra7 r7.'i: W7Mn*> far simpler thin "c h".. t r meeting: of the members of this club

:.;c-'I Ur IB>m' 11"tk*. Iltdv rir4 Bfc 4a4 .tbINA.sdaTsS H .Tepr Iran itock .buuld be aelertrd and that when thought it t..I.... anil doe-4 ana.. .. II" ..,all be held on the first Monday In Ave. 3D Find. T--o1ft St.irirD .

l HTIe BlKr.*4 'ee.d.44 rmmk .i Coro* I s rhslry! I* on errrybodjr will atrivo the .itnplicateil. ernMtr| and ..r.." January, A. D. 19<5, In the city of
... rrwvo.a.. / B. FeLL... BeetorMirri outdo the other. He mauled thl brutal puirantine... ..\-11:11I" uln r *ii

.......,....... 1.11" aatf'A__ AAa hate friiUeiitlt lieen reported t., ill Miami. Fl rlaa. at the Seminole Club
work and tr
_., ....... ..,.t., .-....aMli-'stork be farmer keep the up ) The) n.loi'"IIo".f' lit" and thereafter on the first :Monday in ;
) mil arrange: for a better and mudtrger the 1..1. at
.." t7. Ii.....|iiitoe. IB 4 foiAiuui.iiwoiil'l. :.-- Januarynet each and every year. I W. HAHN
: exhibit for next year-Lake-
( .nre. It complete; lliliilulill* if tin .:,1' ,- Article '(Tie By-I....* of this rorI -
.t fl CITT J a1 .itrtnt ,e. an{ NArtr.rl and Sun. s.jIe ., .'
l,.e-.ire the no' n. i,if tr1!" n I I-
made altered
a ."" s. a_ ...".. rlaada I iXTktkm re to be or re- IAa.CbSt.Ct
.
tin: '\tf iliBeti.*-: ..r if Uliuiinlnl 1; .> .
MIAMI HOARD P TRADE. : nktnded [ a two-third vote of the .... .ld .U&
A DANDX: FOR BL'R.1IS. thin Uinl|>or.ili-! an ." imirv. m. T T

i i iiii4o| bear for the (ter"on w ..k ..r .n .' member this corporation In Bond I BOW have la my employ one of the

TreciJent TVlIllajoVlrst Brown Or Bergin.!; Elgin III., write: "I Ins fe...... set a.. to |.rtvnt the nn landing t the time of the passage of best draftsman In the South and BBS

Vke-Presldonl. T. V. jUoor Unlmeitslaas quit.*.. front retlinfr at uitu. niiii lln'. any bylaw.Article L better prepared than ever for furnish
\soad VIc.-Preaidea ii J. E. Lummua.MrrvUry. lire u ed $Ballard' Snow : _
: .. -
I."il" 'irfei'teil. and lie ourrr .fdanprrr r
EV His maL i l rerommeDded It to my friends" .. S. The highest amount of Indebtedness ing plans and detail for good bond
I..ihrr.. ia the nniie
'
t> lu.
[ BJ Tat no. IK I am confident there I. ,no betty leet .... r..I..... or liability to which this 8;f l logs, fine cabinet work. etc.

rH- W. II. Brown I nade.. 'It I I. a dandy for burn.' Thaw noted that ..h. :tit, -orporation hall at any time subject I am now headquarters for tuned
{ E. La rnmus. A. E. Hyf. II will lie ( one |p<>
4. i j J. B. Rellly.' F. \ H.... W. W. i rbo lire on farm* are especially liabl. the nn-nilier ..f the ......"''iatii.ii w' f !'tr>lf shall never be greater than two- cork scroll sawing and an work .*.. I

J I4.| John SewelLBTAN'DIxq I tn many accidental cut, burn*, brulaerhlch not fully: UKrretl.; All jiiriliil/ | the t thirds of tbe value of the property of i tally done la a first class plBainf mitt.
t
CO MITTEEB. I heal rapidly wh..II' Ballardl. nM...itiit| .. theory, that tie ir. he corporation. n Send me your order for<< door B and r
I tJA WH-A IDO. *. R Patterson. 8. L: .Id transmit Bellow f tee. V in. _
'it roil
Liniment I : should brrteketa.He.
irow applied Article 9. The amount In value of the window frames, ballusters j
..... I mss T.; jBcymour. R. H.; joritt were of the ..|.." ..n Ihnt tinHiea -
.ilvay* be kept:in the house: for ('UftIof .. and be
w orler. 'n.; A. ... Van lraniniiteil |oulii i I ;". .pal estate In fee simple or any J_ convinced. f

RRIIiOE8tBalerW < M.; Buck us. r. emergency" ;J:>. &*. |1._ buttle.or wa.\. INN the niinoritt.ylul..- nut: > 'told estate which tbe corporation may wA MIA( [ FLAJ. '
.
\ Hahn W.; Roof}. C. J.: rredorlck. sale by Ret' Cross Pharmacy.
,'fhito '
l' In pr..hne| tiny %er> trotr r wild, subject always to the approval.f --

j HEALTH!n. AKD S.ITARTJaek.on. dw the contrary. refu.'Q( to ui-ii-r, the Clrcnlt Jnd e, shall not be over ,

t I J1.>. Jr.: 'Prout. W. W.: Enkie. Ull- I : that I.r..p.niti..n and fntoredSi II.' ',he sum of ':.5OA. i -

......*: FUn tia.. R. Klnali. ><. The new steamer Hla..,a A.
:
RIVERS lAXD HAriB- RS.iGarhsl4. Otklawaha line started on Ina other ... r.l.. while t' t'llen'r I :

f ........ H.: Rumr-h. E- .ard r; fatum.FRE10HTB tial trip for Silver Spring, law 5tr..ngl. .. ....1. iml...d. r.rllirrimmpl' '" :n T. M. LEONARD. | .
.. .... i
F Ro: Bhanaban M. ,. fit.... *if the nu"*|uiti 11. rN. J. F. OLIVE,
RAILROADS ASJ} "'londay with a full (.complement ol aid |.rot.. that I'',.. ili..'a.M. caniiot 1.pniloFt..I I 1.. E. A. HART | Harness n<3l;'Oarrlas:

[ t'O'awI, E. L : Lcrler. C. D.: Lummus.McDonald. .: ,.iwengrr. but when within fit ml.leif l 10.y foinileH *r in other CHAS. H. OARTRSIDE ,

R.; Erwln. "'' W. J. A.I! 0 the Spring the reducer' of the con wads. Depository. j

t rttARITIES-Byinct k. E. T.: Cfc. tH enser pipe broke and the trip had toe T. a lay mind i this: rurlrhi.in.! ,

hares : DmtcUs. |. B: Oant'er." T.kman abandoned. The Hiawatha war. .>....... ... Iw* a 'prudent' i if not a iorrert 'JTAtE OF FLORIDA. Quality is remembered,.long after price s .

>( xfmnlM. C. L. / tli.T OF DADE I
It not prelcnded COVNTY :
nwght back to the and 1 one. U .
Afl.ierLTVRK.Bi.ir. < E. V.: !; city nona
t. the m.ayuita Createotq irenentethe On this day personally appeared be- forgotten.
A.
8. Tatnm. H.: OrUCnB. the war undergolng-repain -Pa'ktka
Mar- : : ... .. .. but tha it I
di; e ; imply true C. L. F. Robinson. T. M. Leoni i
I
Y : Dora. J. K. New" ore tne '
f"l' k.Jc BCtL1 TCOIIorner.. I1".::. t Suits it fri.in one |.erMin ''to nolhr. .rl. J. F. Olive, E. X Hart and Chas. Quatty Makes the Bargain.

r j R.4s 4 H. O.: R8II1.: J. a; .....IL The oriirin of the feier it. ,h..r.r..r.'. I .
A GR&AT SFXSATI X. .. 'I fi irihKlde. to me well known as the
3o....: !Whaler IL T. dire I to ...._..tl..-? .. ** and it Mniihleem .
...
T -
.
-l-
I M.tl"Jl'ACTt.RESIL' Oleti C: that thi, eauve .; hii-li ny! i rs ins described In. and who sub- "' --I. M' -

i: ) '.: Conrad A.; Rhodea. R. There wa a big: eni.>atk>q la LeeHie. *, Sault pnlner it may imnliHe. *tkirain. ribKl their names to and executed'
k -
t I j"T'1 r J. B. :, ,. lad., when W. H. Brown of thai It woulil seem wU-e.; thrre he fbretsolns; articles. of incorporations

t ne W. M.:.' :lace who wa exiwcteit td die had f Tore. not I" f..' too far. not to alwn and for articles of Incorporation of Centrally Locatea
H !} W; Gautler.lLalKla Rodmund B. Ion all the ufrirtiard '..r yuariuriae '
,
!to life .., Klni'.iN-
bl. Dr. Die
Bnlth I .t'd.by tbe Miami Gun Club, and did severally The
/ !A. I.: B s lk J. jO ; but to,keep up an ihteslitnti.nrwhk *a

(., j :JVB-wl KWo. A. J.iMalJORATlOKB. "livery for Consumption .write. *: : .h has been prmluctite ..f _....'* &rknbwledge that they executed the -

'j;. 14 ekatan. K T. "I I endured Insufferable agonies from .rxerllent re,..lt. ami wlm-h we ninrb amen I for the purpores End uses therein
''M aB,' r. ... Tll t o"'l. Jj. H.. Dorn. J. K, ; I 4K
New
: ithma bat your Discovery gar ..|ie to ... a.M>ner wr later e4|>.Uin; xpressed. FORSELL PROPRIETOR.
J. w.IIITEJn'AIIUU.VT..
Irrrwet. m.. Immediate relief and soon thererter all the sntBteriea ref thin malail.iPhere .
Rhoda R w. Whereof. have hereunto
*! : I' In Witness
.....*. n. CtOankfrtfJo.. C. .IL.my, effected' a complete eon." SImilar I ha been t..rha| loo rrea:.. j set my band and official seal this P Pioneer -

t' I. BXJ ....... ...... : TADTCIftlBIirO tare of consumption, paeamoola,. ...illingwe** nf late to arrept new p -trnCfic -
of A. D. 104.
March.
eventeenth day
'' -T$lriss. A B.J Bto.o.uo.rr. roochttts and grip are .meroua thnirirt. .. pnnnl in all pa'liewlar. I

s.: BrlnBtaulB. T.; RUfkraaa.. forall|'; throat We Mw Ibis in Ihr lhenrMjr -. I L. A. MITCHELL. I .\ $a oo TO $:.50 TER DAY
It', the peerless remedy ...... awl .lker. relatwj -
K.K HetkerlNtt.ILi. ; r. '" Koch lottry labile Notary Public. i i ::
: VTMMIHlBt: ..t .BwaibertBfiBBoV td rang: ttmblra. Price 5A:and $1.00. I lo l.here.lo k, Let 1 an p a lil- I SeaL II I IMr Hotel Corner A1enue B and nth Btrre

utruteed by EH dragclsU. Trial la BMtter a* aotkiag ::
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CHICAGO'S '!WT QUEER. BANK tilhCK; RULES. I

CALL fOR' PRIMARY ELECTION ....
OFFICIAL --- -
I CANDIDATES FOR .OffICE.1 Clever Italian ..._. .( c.. oardea ,'

CII? HM ..
jro1essiogs ... ....... Market.
jbe Observed Drawee..
Announcement will be inserted IB 1M Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May ,\ by
Dally mad weakly MMropolta for Ua dol- work and forward --
To hard always, pi
I tar In ...... dlUoa for >*. dollars !I
or
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C ii tM>t.. for County CoiiimlMlmmand 10th and June 7th 1904, in Dade County. the best effort puMible. to h .,_ .. .( .ll.k' llrlaill ray et....

_lien wi tb* cboot board via Iehuv4 pleasant no matter ohal bapiwa. sad "..... T rcbt. a.* L.a.-m-
--- +- _lIalf tow ascot to tell the truth to every ...roo. sad .I t..t l.t.r*.*.>.. Cue TkaaaI.

ted ntfl Dab under all riI'C'Uc.Thll .-. _..o.aa.
.:E? dc Me mnttouacMMBt -
*vttarson. I ... :, Notice II hereby given that then Zfth day of April U04. at which tin .is the ...poll.* but well lite

ATTORNEYS AT #.AW. win be a Democratic primary election they wul be closed. business creed sad platform of MnCrlrst II I Bask rhvk poster snaaj .4-

FOR COUNT TRXASUILata. held In the various precincts of Dacoutty. < Tb registration books will not be Calamari the (""!tu lul a. ,l Ug*. for the. rwndwt. of boat****
win anode.ia an......MM a4 ,**.... woman who baa won more than !I. <..1
and reopened for the second primary eta and are u-rd to a proportiowatriffrrat .
Florida, on May 10. 1904.
.,.w faenre*.fe..........a4 jaerlasttUa4 T. Ik* DoIDocraUII voters of Dad Coon fame for a really remarkable. btinnri .....c. Thry are i i. nalarblnrdrrw "
'TWM.' I ty. Florida: on Jan 7. 1904 for the purpose <01 tlon. 'feat. Aad Mn. (. .....' has found hr rat of

P O.BOXOT. Miami, Fla. I hereby am-oooe* ..r..lf a .*. -dldl... nominating the following officer: All persons may register who are ibis platform not oaJ11 hwr.U... l>utruatworthy aDd *re IW....)...1. In pa the)n order i*>mmirw whir. *

j for r+ l.ttlo a to tb* eOo of Trsasvnr' I 1 Representative la Concrea. Second :UUens. whether they have paid their from the I..r\. reports| the rntrd. A. girr ia thrV .
are
to 1M ; I prr
Florida, rabjoet
D4 County. I
P. !. BXAGaa. L D., I I|lof win of. majority of tk* VimaftmUrourt Congressional District poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote the Chicago Trib.n. .ual rourar of bu"'"... they do not .j

Court for the unless their poll taxes which be But a few ,ears age Ira. 'alamari ruu.titutr .:.f the innebtedneii -
: M will b* *ipr. ..d to tb* DM 1 Justice of the Supreme may .pujmrnt
OOe*< wit* ...Cram naraiMr. sbe pra"cit'.Ul coulro the ant mar ....1
fir which ihr am given
....... XU ton \ I Coatis prison Mar UN. full term of six t*-n. j egally due are paid a* provided bUw. )
: I I C H. RAUL=RION. k.t of 'hk-.go.. started u1 ia boiutsith paid. Nor will tin.u.arrrat rrrriptiug -
Aft C ( dw Miami. ..... 1 Justices of the' SUpreme Court Irss than $1 for r ..il... with lit. uf the uVuU for which they i

MIAMI. J. FLORIDA! 1 Governor; | POLL OR CAPITATION TAILPayment tie .."I..ri....... .ilb "Ihirll' I"I..ara. :err gttrn <'b.r.hi. If they arc not -

I A. K. HITBEX. 1 Secretary' of State j I of poll taxes for 1902 aDd Sbe bought h l' nulls b, tee 'paid "cin proper prr-rrtatto.. resort .

DL J. I. n., : Candidate for 1 Attorney-OeneraL jf j 1903 Is a prerequisite to voting at all bushel and bait b".h I I.... .t that i ma; hr had to .... original claims

Ji.CDOl' I ItlOT&L I dw County Jade Comptroller. elections this year. lim. :Now .br I.a tie u' feu car. Thr rule i i. diffrrrnt la Iki rrrpretae.

: EXEMPTIONS.. Ipads 0"1 little ..hi.. :More than It..rrrt tfird chri.kv So tin hating of lb.cheek. .

DISC YNK A va. D COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1 Trearortr.i $ea.oo. did .., nlli. in ? .. ,'.M ill..1 ,'on'i'. .*) payment .
i iDR. FOR friend and supporters or 1 Superintendent of Public Intra< The following conditions, exempt ...';atewn.l. .,ibll' Ih. h. ,idays. lo the prison d..iDClira., say. _,I

MIAMI I'LOBII The many tlon. persons from the payment of capitation Similarly !I.erg tigures might ,has the jUtutrul. llaakrr.Chrrk ti

the present member of the Board or 1 CommUaloner of Apiculture. or poll taxes: !' Le "uthrull quoted fr m hrrhuiur,. -hotil.l be ...."' 4. If soS !

County Commissioners for Dad who acrouots ..'.r.1 time a ,..,. :\1.. do aot ro tj* 1
; W.' B. RUSH 1 Railroad Commlaal Dor. n..t-AJl one has lost a Urn dated at all sash tLr)
i county bar. prevailed upon them to Adjutant-General. In b.tULSet.dAa alamari attribute all hrr .u' ..."* I. ass >>tatrii.'. a> to ....... they are to r

uOfflo* II tb street, Pbone MJResidence. stand for re-election and hereby pre 1 the utin.nri. prim'iplf* j..-. quoted the Twit! |,lhr; are nrrrr JIG ).bl... They
10th Btreet and Aven. 1 State Cbemtot. oaR who was 65 year and to which she i'rx.Hilly! adh.reMndt >. wrll *
tilted a* a
their name, a* follow: F. CAlcher. mat Iw ;kt: u- lout|
j j send of the Oreo Court. Seventh of age on or before December Jl. 190]. .. s
B'Phone't--- TtMtR., Vl.l W. Lalnhnrt. R. B 1 Judge miring, a Axiom to a Ie datrd i fi the day of .I'rlitrry Br boluf > 1
MUM George I. Judicial IrCWtI I Third-Any ODD becoming of age (%1 anything like. puolii-ity. or P<:'"* r.notonrtf 1 antfitalrd the; may be made turorrr

I'' )McDonald. John Sewers and U J- State Attorney, Sererth Judicial years old) on or after January 1. 1903.' the woman who t\>.w fikf. poor tranvartion and in aBiraMirr 1

?. W. BACIOa. i Belcher to the voters at the Demoeratlc Circuit Fourth-Any ODD who had become a' .o kern a delight in the lmsinr>* iwhirh ili-trriuinr the rrhuitr right ;

'.---I- I primary of May 10. 1XM. tbe has iii.t.in -.l.u ruinriitors 1 of the purltr 14' them provnlrd that
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Attorniey. resident of this State and
county >D
1 Prosecuting
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Detail Mad I I rntrrrd ihr Uin> nr.. arena If- no frond h* in>,.."!... or ditie. lot'ot 9
plans Specifications sad 1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial or after January 1. 1MX. because
of:A'.l Kind. Fine FOR SHERIFF. eta natural ti alror Irann K1 i j. inr in the nwin drlrrminrotk date 1I
for Building RrMennr a Specialty.Orrtce ,' District If properly registered any of the I this dirrrtlon than lor itrrn rr.a' I of v.t n'.nt.

1315 Avesce'0DENTIST. To tb Democratic TOUT of D4e Casa 1 Member of the Hop** of Repremtatlre above can vote at all elections, Slat *ity's aakr.Whra I \\hru |IM.>ti'atri ..h aa lot fall Ju. onSiima '
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Ty. Florida: *. and county, held this year without the rare of irr drari.t! I. t.e. ... this are patahlr ow the follow -:;

I hereby\ ajuwoae atr...u a .*.dM*>. 1 County Judx paying any poll or capitation tax. and aged parents dr< olttd upon I.. 1 in? yoodas. t hrt-kn. postdated AT .:
for re-oIeeU to tb* ease ..fbwif oC she rail about for ., should be
o ur way < f. TIng 'lrnal h.<>li lLLZ. asaU Dad County Florida, object to th. 1 Sheriff. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS.: : their Mipport T. wl.ulr-alr, i 11 ImatunnR\.n ptrsented .. day fi>!l
will of tb. aujorlty of U* Pomorfmtlivoter 1 Clerk of the Circuit t Court Persons under the following eondl .....In.... seemed lo hrr 1.. <.tT.( r aiiprning. ptdalrd rh'rik* are paid before tk* -.

: a* will be u...***. la tb* DMocratlo 1 County Assessor of Tazat. lions will be liable for on. poll tu ao In stir ..iarlrd i.. IV. i : ., datro nirntioiird. tbr muses paUl ..
.oo.'I.':
r .to Warn*.. aid late...........e.N S. primary to be held Kay Ml Mi 1 Tax CoUector. j I only for 1902 or 1903. as the cue maybe fashion and with lirai.pint. alii. irtrll:. Sri" thrm ran IK rrtinrrrd If "' .n..N. :

AM D dw JOHN FROHOCK. 1 County Superintendent Public Iiatinctloa. : It ..a. Lard nil upli !'I L... rrir (left for thr. date the boldrrsof checks
rLOIBDA.1
MIAMI. I often sail setbacks. 4 D.D"'. !I:11t are thrrrl .choiuod lo insert Ik. I
I hereby announce myself a* a candidate Any oaR who becam SS yean old Mrs. falan.nri had >
I Irr heart in, true d..... of drSirrrv. bui no other
Home Seekers for Shall of Dad county 1 Surveyor I during 1901 will be required to pay 11 attaining s. .. .11' ....... .. r.inir I.fcl datr. and if the; insert. aay ether

T Florida, at the nzt Democratic prlmary. 1 County Treasurer for account of poll tax for that yeai' hrr. :\.......ass r might rr to on i ibuVntM e dalr U makes. IU cheeks. void. Chag- ,

AtnnBf and ask far the votes of m] I County Commissioners.S Any oaR who may become of ace en nest 'larjrrr ll.auLr ....1 Ing the dale. of cheeks. wlthont son- ...
Yon will find it to year iateres liul for .II... fiflb punk in I l....; will do thasaaa*.
rr drawrr
rriplmfurm.
investing.J'araiabed fellow Democrat and those wbo vUb Members of the jCvaaty Board 01 years old) at any Urn daring 190 > evnt of the iThr i
before {
to call OB me Shr .!ors not mir lo UM ntakr ia that ,winesehecks _
bosses tad room to qnaUfled to bioo>** voter at thai Public Inatractioa. win be required to pay $1 for poll tax fcu-i presumption .
a i-* ti.ii
larcr for the ri"- fnada will b*
| drawa
rat Real bargains in real estate. primary. I prom**. if elected to faithfully 1 Jostle of th. Peace la sad for Diitrlcti for the year 1903. ...n.1 .tprrrti.M n of all its hair r. yk'''' at are the bank oo which. they pry are

city and country.: Insurance, taxes J, perform the many dotle of this Nc*. 1, 2. I, 4. i, .. 7.5.5. Any one becoming a resident of this Shr Mil//I) not Itryiu: lualtrr. if MI rlt drawL meet them, .but pcsna*.. '

collection, etc. attested tae rrcpoaalbl offlo. i 10. 11. 11 and U. State and county during 1902 will be .1 r .11.111 I Mr lire nd. tion far |"; _.t mug .bo aaao. WlU-

have a'' special license anthoriin| J. k WILUAMS. 1 Constable la and for District Noe. )fable for the poll tax for 1903. ....... a- ;ft j i-. the iJrvi ". '" r tiw Iia a rrai.onable time If "xut so preseotrd _'

sae to prepare all kind legal Low transfers feet Palm Be* h. ilL 1.2.2.4. t.; *. 7. .. I. 10. 11. U WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. ..rk. <.:.! .t ml lair am i i ... !tae the holdrrs I will be chargr-l tr;

I of real estate, ; and IS. AH Dale inhabitants who are 2 1 O;"IH"rti nnii lime for Ian ii, a:' with a lit ...."....u at..loss Whes per-
Prompt attention. ." .a ii i.ii: rtijintri> -Ir, nil,I. > rrrriting rhrrk sad U. .......
C. C. CARROLL.Notary FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.I I Presidential E3ctora. years of lIP and were under 55 yean IDI.'d ; .L.r! 'lunrri- s-in drawn ra the. '
hi are
at : .
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n i e en b they ire
Public hereby aanooao .,. ., a* a eaadfr 4 Delegates at Lan to National Con of aget>ecember 11. 190L rii-r. r.1, ..f I lirr, Ii'.. liul line f. r they ahould he preaenlrilda
moon ere .... for the offlc. of dork *T th* pre I.art.
1M AVK. D. VUK cult Court of Dado. Gouty iwbjaet M rentlon. 1 Any oaR Becoming a resident of this frirniU. r,tr.atitn nrtrr': !OW. (I.. *; >ai,,1.. day or at the latest the dsySinr

I the aettoe. of tb* Piinamatl* primary. 2 District Delecatea.U State and county prior to January 1. m ;h.' nikrkrt. she contrula, so far after tli t-j are rerei>r<:!.
E.eUa'b1Cas.d.sa
dw B. L. WHITE. Members at Lair of State Commit 190%. will be required to pay poll tax: rrarhinplthr I nrm.ilir.. rorrr"pondri.rr !. I Aftrli.o 01..11 ".-.tiDIf rheck It is.
vottclaa. and duties uf the sane. that. I..t .t n duty of the holdrr! if they
IJM.I for 1902 and 1903.
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W. C. MAYNARD. January tee. few mind!>. frrhsp. ....IId! ;:ru>p anprrapplr .rr nut lutid.tonotifs 1Icdrawers hrh ..

1 County Member of State Committee. If they become a resident after Jan w ih tbr ail nation., nl'. rr gird f.. Ihf..ll.mj | ..r .., the nut ..r.l.r d.J t
raMWe* .. eaadtdat rr
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._D,, Heat hereby announce .It a ; 1 Member National Committee. 1 vary 1. 19O%, and before January 1. IIna;f.d.: at 't*.l a. rrfan II t. mrt.t...lt the .rctat on and 4i*'

Hatut Icantelj 1 nutd; ; court for tb*subject one to of Clerk th* acttoa of 1M*f circuit UMPemorratle 1 Supervisor of Registration.t 1903. they ylll be required pay poll ,.onion i .., ihr ........ li loll \I ... < II laniari. lnnur'l, IT No pariHular.pre form of .nl'.1. 4

f j QecU, Jevelerf. *(. part,.. Primary eliptlnei May I Member of Dad County Democrat tax for 1903 only. !I II I who i"1"| lisinti'jr! ), nflr.ic' it r -infrmininr I. '''' ..rrd.. It may It writtra 0rirriod
I" 1 Wat1 I III a. ithe.. ia .....inr..n Fikr. in iran
not I Executive Committee In and for Any one reaching their majority (!)1 t I II
t d J. 8. FREDERICK. I '. manage" to work at all tin .. aiarai.on cl I The il',1 t ease ,Ip .1nh Itorrnr .
J>reeDe.o>i i. 3.4,5,5.7.5. years) on or after January I. 1902. wll .. to prim
DONALD I arr a thou-und [
GEO. L. 1 ; |I..r"r xiET from failnrrlo/ n.r .lue dntgeeeIL
t. 10. 11. 12. 17. and 14. ; be subject to payment of:poll tax for ;. lrm
I hmby aaaoanee myMif a eandldata I putrlinf prol> > in her rrai'.tl ) the .-,-"'...II..D of rl... ks U where
Cell sglaeer i iSwvif for (be office of Clerk of tb* aI'IIIIII'CouI1 The rule governing said primaries 1903. r"in. and null trip in yriH..l hvalthrhrrrr the tMtnk ... which ihrr are draw.

.*.** SMiTktlr La a -ai
FLA. Domoeratle primary ..M.tfoa. .. Italian reps are al,..aj slight nut .. will -
COCOANUT GROVE. the Democratic Executive Committee I from payment of, poll taxes, he must I roiilmiir. .h"l1l.tbe drawrr rrruan
happy thought.! !'mhlr; to this checks. for
; at their meeting held at Jacksonville i secure of the supervisor! of registrationa I ; pay
dw Z. t. MERRTTT. ---- ni..nl.l at !rant afirr they are 01,...
hir.J. A. DANN. Buttes Vista Fla: on January z:. 1904, for governing certificate setting forth the fact thAt "GET HEALTHY-QUICK" CURES Pn-..illation and ......*-!- ..r dihon

State primaries far as the sam will such voter is exempt If the eertlflcau 1-- nil! aim 1 be di.jiruard with whrirIhrrr

n gird..<...i>awaia n !ie I take till method to Inform the TOre I be applicable to the county primaries I exempts the voter from payment of axarlMM ,_kr Their Ammmmt I'll.Marlwav and nn funrt to ,pat thrrksam

e.trmtd.lebdtamt.rtlsM ,,.L. of Daoo Cennty that I wit b* a eanilidat I The assessment to be paid by the poll taxes for both years (1902 and: ,, arl_... .. a.,..... nhrrr 1lir hanks on stink tiny are
.. -- oetio to the dos of Clerk j ... lirforr u...
-j 1 for ro rarloMi candidates shall be as follows:: 1903). if properly registered he can II drawn -uru) ,panrm : ,
.SjraT.MB).. lUll!: of th* Circuit Court subject to the action ,I : IN- u.iuir (5r'' irr t {I...1 '' Representative .'...... '........ 115 00 then vote upon presenting to the Inspectors ran
,It*.tew*. i of tile Uemoentto .......*. May Mlpromlotac. And now the. ilrauirrt. arr Leant. ( 1"E.r.s.ritiiie ..rrka tjirtFiMh

If *..... to perform th* due I Senator ...:......... .......... 15 00 : such" certificate of..exemption.If I away bund ..... f AurrM-ait too ...,rt M. r... Luenrrnt.wnY.. .

UM of u.. oOce. to the "' ....., a* to th* Sheriff ........ ................ 15 00 the voter Is subject to only one I "grt-bralth, ; Kiuirk"; ronrrrn nf Li,- |M-ri. ....li..b woulu W urrlrrt-l .'
fOLt5I1ONEt TAR pact, to the beet of my ability. I soul I tad either sas < ullirr'k Wrrkl.t.. So. ; / ,,1.in.* i.anhr sued oa.
Clerk of the Circuit Court..... SO 00 poll for 1902 or 103! the rope hi. o all Tonr thr oriental

..... ..... ......... .I Mia be with grateful th> r vot.adw to those wb will taor me Fax Assessor .................. 2000 i same rule will apply u to securing I go ota .lard tg oiet"i sat I.e,s on .11t1l.11f| for. h> *......,>iinfr rbrvk,. there U an
i I diets; some will unfit ...t ..vrrlit lo u*e tkat mrthotlnf
E. C DEARBORN.FOR Tax Collector ................. 15 Ioc. a certificate |ff exemption for the two ytunttir. Implied wrr
GOING of water. o hers n.c quniuiii., f pr.ctan..K the moor.1 fur wluuu U y
ARE'VOU: I I County Treasurer ............. ZO 00 i years. 'I I milk; some illl.'b.-I..I.-. i

West? TAX COI.LECTOR. I bounty Judge................. IS 00 PATMEJp OF POLL TAXES. cures. othrrurra. a the "IIM...*..*..., rat? .....-1. .... are r.r.fiaWr *n..1pa.
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North I
or I hereby annoonc myself a eaadl- County Attorney .............. 10.00 I In or er to.be qualified to vote at the .\0..11 Mill lie 1'.11.' .n ,pr..1 .. h>.t in4i.>r.rifirnt or tirlfvrry tine

f' THELouisville laU for the offlc of tax collector of i I I Superintendent of Public Instruction primary election on May 10th or June in apiraran| rr and Mill Iratr their ir- Mil:. .;r frrr of niliirfiur; will br rr
Mbjeet to the action of .r .. c-braUa..I.- .......... whowt
Dad to they
County. pr .eg tiirnt uf each .
...... ........... 5 00 1904j poll I taxes for 1902 and 1903 | person .
the coming Democratic primary. 17. without a grurging! thought slu.ui .1 emoney ,. are in<:.ir-rd. in nrffrr! 1.. .h*IH thor ad.r.inR
& Nashville bounty Commissioner ......... 5 00 be pa4dj on or before 5 o'clock P. I II hate turn rrlirvril! ri of
dw T. K. OACTIER., thrj i fl.y llirm.a* i i. rrijinrf urigiaalirr.
Supervisor of Registration.... 1 00 I M. Friday April 29.-1904 (ten days before the burden .liam.ilii: that 'inn -riiir.** to hold ....Ii..1 drawrr of
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Railroad j f STATE ATTORNBT.I i t Members of County School B'rd. 1 00 1 the first! primary election). The time ia not trl. .but nether. iit' hrrka. hut hjf pnltira checks in rir
FOR
Otters unexcelled |>***eagf itirdrawrr.

Modem trains carrying Pullman hereby repctfally announce 11I1-1 Constable..j.....,........... 100 !i NOTICE'OF-ISTJUTION.' .bearing oa thin mat .r.f-.u- iu I cannot br prolonged. They court .br
| coach free reUalag lelf a* a candidate for the offlc I dais c.f old robber..eat. ; forth t.. .. I.. p.n'. w'" '" the. ran r time tiy ia'oriMr -
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sleepers, up-to-date Kate1 Attorney of the Serenth J.- r All candidates are required to pay Notice U hereby given that the Registration :Nowaday, k robber. } of ihr first ,,1!... s a. li I ) jnrrIACKWARD '''

ebalr ear,, and j dining eitir ear IkUl circuit subject to tb* Tote of the above fees to S. L. Patterson Treasurer 1 Book of Dade County for ba* his o|>rk habitat, prrriM-lj like. F

>*tm northern and"' soothers tbs Democratic prtJl\l"7. ; of the Committee, and also to I the primary election to be held May 10. I honest f'itI1f'n and rrmainn in i n aIbangs !

The la*** dialag ear. service. 'la the furnish such candidate's. name to the out a .*gn and .h*. great o', .
will be In the several
1904. opened
1Ioe... j jAZ dw CECIL Q. BUTT.TOR 10 I9Ot. I rnlty la attending. t.. the ihrong tint TURN BACKWARD.
Committee on or before April ,
election districts of Dade
8.11 Ticket ate county pour In lo \rf him to rrlirtr tbrrr ,
froagt
Agents, :' COUNTY 8CHOOL at1P&JUMT. The Committee reserve the right to ; ida on the 29th day of March nor-j I their goods lie U omiallt! krrj. it.grithrr ..If.... .. "...,.._. 41I a lw
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L. & N. DXMT. Increase the above assessment at Its 1904. and will be closed on the a "grtrkhqiiirk"ruatrru; ; 11 a .*...... .r a ..II-M__

I hereby aaaonnce myself a ...--'- meeting on April 10. 1904 If It be : lay of April A. D. 1904. I Ii "grtbraltb.flunk". r<'........n.1 I L .- ..,.. r..m.liaekwar.l. .

Par rate*. schedules, and sleeping ear tr aupermtaodeat of Fubtt batnetioa found at said meeting that the assessment torn the two imiu.trir. .,.. the ;
rearrvstioa* apply to < Dad County .ubjeet to th* will of i Thj following persons are herebyappolntrd I The rr.t rk-foundrd the tern hufkMjiril ..h TI......

1., M. Fleming the votere .. may be enpr rod a* th* P above will not be sufficient to I : ....'. i-.i.ir;tlon .I"j! ) delusion that ai.h.thorn., hill lit ctn tirraaf I'- In your fliirnt.: make mr a IH .v again

i I raa ipproacnln Demoimtle priavJ'eIeeUoII. : meet the expenses of carrying on the I Vr n... ...y. >.1 f' r ;.& dl.tr.MC s- gut f r D..lhir A man who b., J".I for loiurht <.i.r .... the bli.

r n-wa- Sat.trrw........... L.K. BALL Fla i primaries. I'I',1rit. ,10115 abuse.. j. health ree wr. of that mptiirotm .,....' when I wouM.ninmtlnir

:: I : ; dw lIiMDI The polling places In each precinct Number One Stuart-\\'. G. Parka Clf'" Jess ,;. ...ac.c.. for. a II' *... hart ..r tSr ttmr.itr .

'J I where the primaries are to be held i I'I'i m.inil ...h, a .k. I" ,ir.:.jl..hl mr the. hli.tt-r 'bit followmlb
i Number Two Jupiter-R. E. L., Mc-
I FOR TAX ASSESSOR. .
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romnuom TARt ad the name of the Inspectors and pints ce fur hi ph.k. at, .in.. liar it h. n rt "f iri ha r-k
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I hen by announce myself a* Fariand. I i. D"aa- trV'"' as uew. ajl..in. at.. Vthe' hat t1-, nun iliilii ioi><; fits mr
,..Mrj1/rwjy-.aej q.aratr ..:.....ej I CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of j jI clerks who are to conduct such pri- Number Three West Palm Beach unlIa. rourhtan, hrnrtil I.... the Iwltinir" thai f, 'MI. .wml it then

I uarie will be named by the Executive ond what fn II make I"a jnlilitit, "....ltin me-ai..
Dado County, subject to the action oil'II.IIe E. H. Dlmkk. air. rn..bte e., g .
60' YEARS* Democratic primary.d Committee at their next meeting to beheld : Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) I and Jegularite .ill rffret ..".. ..1".'.. Eariwfir.l, iiirti .hatkward.. nb Tim.
> on Apm 10. 1904. I IculleD i it ban wrought! | at the i \i.. n." f In.J ir t'iZht; p" 11un' chan, *"
EXPERIENCE C. L. XIMANIES. W. A. FILER Pence I ilalilj. FnrtKrr. inctrail! f ,h: i Let .t tlir ..-..,,10..r tiiii'lit! the teacher

: --- I Chairman Dade County ExecutiveCommittee.
1 FOR STATE: SENAtOR.I I I Number SIx Pompaao-Z., CareDder.I rhatior. ,}1. "rurr" h.. rinui, u, i. "b.> ifitr nir onr rh.n.at that teacher .

a I here r annonne myself a* a candidate -! I Number Seven Fort Lauderdale-\\'. him to think. hr ran dn a. I lir, \.. I..T'! Aml'gitr; ,n.- "hr woooiitlrbig '
AtteJt: M. Marshall. and ran alsass return to hn I I.. a. aa a bill: let the pleasure ..,
for tats Senator forth the Thlr-
8. L. Patterson Secretary' dw health of e..".It .,...,n. \\ bat nn, .plittinjr it rhrrf mr ..... thrill: while
T.I.oc tease : te8DtIa s atorial District of Florida. I Number Eight OJusi-J. W. Ires.Nnc I -(pain; .killrrx" thai > '."IlI"I. k 'v .\ the ....T. Rally, jeer m- from ..y r the!

.1 vwo.ns Dca-a AcRwn.r.sast.e abject will ot tb* Democratic !: >>er Nine Lemon CityWarmMitchell. I ir cruel warning arainM, r\rr..-. .' 1,1.1its j! ,*...... Oh. !give m' that bits ajvain

.Netsa I sw4-. t arty tojbe expressed at tb* primary QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. "",,",." that. "Inll to lrrp the pn ,1 I- -darn the rsprnar! The small rrarr-

::O't: .. 5.+r'w arr..e sews.....-' I I election, 11&110. 1904.: First PrIm.ar1-Taeadar. May 10, I Number ,Ten Miami-C. D. Leffler. Stare begot! of mrlanrholi' ri(>rrM-tir. ition jn.t over the bill whrrrj! thbourht

.. I 904. with bad bralth. t... .....!;...1 profs.- '' of the horinr would give mea
:::'J.: :";'::-.l.--- .. r. M HUDSON Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove |I
r..-.M a t3. rwr.nh.arq Second Primary-:Tuesday. June T, 1 Ion seems to br in a fair way la >.r- chill; the row that rarvrs.a1| mr
A.
T. Carter.
.jJ t -....... taw T1btsle, P7a.I serve the worn iu critic within 'I each rr with her tail a* 1 ti-rkl} In
a*
$dI }!t E KIlbitu. I I MH. i Number Twelve CaDer-D.C.BraWL well as without its ranks are'saing draw milk. for a o-quart pwilq. lb.

4 ., .q d L .. : I i I 'FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNET. General Election-Tuesday. November Number Thirteen Silver Palm CV. t of It. I h.D. that forrrrr wrrr ......... Inset
.. --- ..- .-- .. 1104. HILL ; the. pig with a stomarh maajn4r -
.; t.k: M.I w.WY"9'.c 1 hereby announce myself a* a es dl- Shed yet: tbr _....* thai hjtir
; eld-d
!jijriir( H of The registration books for the primary Number Fourteen Der w. :
= elate for the ome* PromcuUnc Attorney fOLt5l1OKEY..mrAR.t6tlae
; -n,. _. ....-_ luUlvaa. ; the rolirky pain -4>h, riv! "'I"lJae "
for Dad to the election win be opened In each, I
.1.1fOIEtKIJfiEYCJJ county. ubct eswemmKb.'IaeaJeDYSPEPTICIDE1 flu. bliss of my bovhood .,dials! if
approaching Democratic 'primary *]*eloa. election district U this county oa This March 12. 1904. 10.4 nil me with rapture and ehen

B. r. ATKINSON. March 21. 1904. and will be kept open A. T. CARTER Cut drlight. barkwanl. tarn basil

( d 111addsr tltl/1tt Miami Tla I vary "day.Saadays exosptfd. aata the Supervisor Rsgbetratloo. Dad Col:, 111.. I Tarn mr aartaat aad >a 0 iarsnon.a ward. oh, Tlnv*. i* your fligkL-rX. 1 '
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SOMEWHAT SIMILAR." hu 671-1. THE COTTON KARKET.
T" JAILY !
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Report of the ConditionOf I Futures opened tltead .
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MIAMI M E IROPOUS., The Miami Evening Record of April JanuaryistFebruary.. . . . .. I DO NOT TAIL TO SEC: IWHALER'S I {
lit ba an editorial under the above . . 4 .
calla THE TORT DALLAS VATIONU BANK 1 . I . ..
: day -.* *" '* i action It attention to the: con- f.
p.slt.a.d"'i Mctlon of I8. Senator Burton of. 'l' MIAMIIn April . I IMaj . .I.. JEWELRY STORE
a B. Ian' ( t 4IIan. i i . . .j .. 15 1'1
II& f. II lfitl46TOKM. '; .......... Kanva. un arnimnt of hm xtptlnK; the State of Florida, at me closeof I II June . . . J. 1532: .
,. erKt- +.-'''..t-....--. a fee to I'f'preMnt a client,I before one I Business March 28, 1904. July . . . i.i 1 37 314..12t11 Strut. '

; XI.al..r;. .. ..f the departmetU of the qorernment. I I ( August . . . . i .. If 83September.
; : .a. o.tutae..d
:+ < air< IB FJ..rldal] 4>ut failo mentioi Loans and discounts .......$ie3Sii:4: October . ... | 1 2 t -
ofab.
T o.W 1 %.w.p.prr p.btf.bea roun.e November . .-,. lj 19December
;t But of the Recu4rd knew 1 V
.t ta..uy. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
.. acted ataWO -
.4 iii.
ala I j j bid . . 13
.-.w....... Fe ... -.1..1. was lint net-etisarr to rail names an the .. .. .. ._ .. .. .ZS4lsU. 12
-. ..O-($ S t ....'. per line.p..lt.n..r.tr.U .- mind of every informed citizen mould S. Bonds to secure circulation '! V. F. MILLER .r CO.,
Meal er.dtea ..........
r I.... --. ... at onre turn tot! J. Murdock Barr .. .. ........ .. .. .OOO.OJ:; LIVELY CONTEST. (Successors to EMa JVrJwn.I
)
c- '."'pr ..." s l": lIam the tattooed man! Barn the i It'. S. Bonds to secure U. S.

1'I_ ,."" .h I, ,111.teq t: _\. \'. AV. coitra..t man! Hairs of i deposits .|r ... ......... 40,000.00 One rot I with every ten tents paid Undertakers and Embalmers.
,.. .ert b.caj..r *Ume'! Barrs the city i I ... i
-. J5 per cent C S. Bonds on hand 13000.00 1 for subscription to the Daily Metropolis -

1118 :.1 1'Prtt com attorney who man selling; Co a corporal j "remlums on U. S. bonds. 5.0C3.5' ..hUh can be used toward payingsome 413.--12th Street Phone 25

!: rates n. dl "" on ti<.n .his "nervlr-s.{' skill and Infufmat !tacks, securities. etcleaking ... .. 5,000.00 worthy young person' way
11- ; ,.".,II..et'.oO. djJ.Alh"rLI.II'1 djJ. .IHI and alillnij the corporation to geta ( bouse, furniture through I Ia correspondence!! course in

F.i. 'iloNE. III.IIK.O''IC taluslile franchise' from the city hew 'I I and fixtures .... . 1':14.13 book-keeping or stenography. For fall

:" tTRUI.JBl'11.: IoW ... sworn and 4ald l to repreoent Certainly Due from National .1" particular! read the half-page announcement I

and dal Twelfth tltrr. t.Optse.ir. 'I the Record baa Dam In mind (not reserve'agents! ) 18.399.46 la to-day's paper.
l:o..r' Huu..e. hut It RurpriK S| us to see this pau; ?r Due from State banks and I

D1S1Al'iCES.I I IvOJO'AJLATln I ,1rtJo this.Prtsce. of GraftersjiMxrify bankers .. :. ......v.l.. 5,08S.41 -. .
; --
.. Ppbr'- d. .Ir.r Barrtl' Is simply amazing Due from approved reserve fOR. I

.. I,.T.Poet....";'.rvu..Ioal''."terTs .M. I He df'noUQt"f'tItu.u, and. while doling I agents .. .', ... .. .... ... 19,139.88 ,i r-----
11111. to in mixed up with the Jacksonville Checks end other cash
t
II''''. .1Iea Ferry CompanTJ the completest trust ]' Item .. ..' .... ........ 1.603.r.5I: United States Senator
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a._.. .. ...... .. I air? 'I, Iq I 111say and munOjKlv in Florida; be .11111 '' Notes of other national
__. .._Cola.... ... I, I cuH.rt rants about truHU while he Is serretary :ffltmiks .. '.. .. .... ..... ''
.... "'" III aU Frictional 1.283.00'I BURDINE &
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ft, a. u( the I'nitM Naval Stores Come paper currency
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.....,and MIrd Ps t1fM Ms .ti4 pan,. a inlet carftsllted t1 tlo.CHOjMO i iI nickels and cents .. ..... 49949 Vote For

..P.ti.. ...' 17'1 ... I Mta I OH. he denounce i corruption In the face Lon tul money reserve In
..c ;7w..-. USa .4t I eta I lor the Indisputable record evidence 1 Bonk. vix: i iI Q UARTERMAN.

.f""..".."" ....1._....I 1M ...... that four years ago be hetraved a trust I I Specie . 'r ..,!%..%1.9 Aj
--... James P. Taliaferro.;
--+- +----.-- by secretly dealing with a railroad 4 j I Legal tender notes 7,!SO.OO I II ,

APRIL 5. 1904. ; magnate for the purpose of getting 1 2,977JO()
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j! a valuable franchise from his client I Redemption fund with U. S.
d These is a general tmprasiion that I the City of Jacksonville to partlcI Treasurer (5, per cent of Whose name is commonly -
I Fancy Goods
Notions #
Butt Davis will win Ia the am prImalT. I Ipate in a division of the spoils; be'' Circulat'on! .. .... ..... 1J5000 Dry ; Beautiful and Artistic

i y 'It really. does, pcS:' ley ot1Br j' lauds himself on': his legal ability, and'yet |I pronounced as Neckwear, also the largest dealers in Novelties,

Total .. .. ....... ... $30.640.U'
EO one ever heard of his trying a i Souvenir
the way Bob via is d..lfng out : I if it was spelled .[. .andiSporting Goods. Complete line
LJABIUTIE3.
I Ilaw case without other counsel; be '
la th Florida. there of School Books. Polite)
destnwUoa i loudly proclaims'': his fondness for the Capital stock paid In .... ..104,000.00 I and capable service.
"aoup" otrgh to all I
win 1s so primary system. ,yet the office of city Suiplns fund .1!............. 2000.00
aro.ad.'I.1Ale1le1r I I attorney for the City, of Jacksonville Undivided profits, less expenses I "

If th. report of flceroy i IIf'eIrNCt.tlle is j his office-has been kept out of the and taxes paid.... 1.569.72 j ToliverFUEB

dismal primary. Can anybody believe J. Mur- National Bank. notes outstanding -
made
, Jape II y. a Burdine
. failure at' knocking oat Port' Arthur. I dock Barn Is sincere In the face of .. .. ........... 25.000.W I I, &GQuarterman;
their luck else- this record! Don't all aD..r.t once. Due to other National Banks 1,290.bfOue i -
They; bad better try i|I I I
I .. to State banks and Twelfth I I
VIST:. : Street.
_-e-o- t'' I PREDICTIONS VERIFIED.I I bankers .. .,............ U5.1 t I 8CHOLA 5IIP. 308.

PrasacoU has passed a bond orllcaace !- i, :, ue to trust companies and I I t tThen

!I .. ....... ..
- and 1D[ Dd. to make many lotprovemeots j I i Ii was openly predicted" by hundreds' savings banks 1,600.09 are
in the pnblk| privileges i,1 I I of people In Miami and Dade county Individual checks subject to I many young people In

deposit. ............... Miami and Dade Interested
of that dt,. With all dn.'respect j j i before the first Issue of the Miami 1S7.797J1 county l la I

a. + we m"-t-, add that they. are .de4. !I Record made Iii appearance that It Demand certificates of deposit learning book-keeping and stenogra
I .. .. ........... 1.111.10 i
.would: be owned controlled' In and '
r or ran .r. phy. th. Metropolis proposes tomake
N fin evidence; thsjl advertising paJ'.1 the interest of Stockton, and Barrs Time eertlflcates of deposit %I.aoo.OOCertlftedrCU'
It for
4. look at the Hearst I\)com. H. ta get- I j iFrohock}!I and Dearborn and whoever ..........1. 300.00 possible two of them to l J

? DWoDallMJtor\eb.I'\ nothing else. :
Dollar will do statist anything, but. present members of the county com Ingle dollar. For fall details of the
tier' 0II't make Hetrst', President missioners. 1 .. .. .. ....t:9: .140.1S I -- - .
I. Stated riorids. County of Dade. ss i plans see the sixth pan of.this. paper.' =
For a time the paper was quite eon- i
i Honk B. E. KeU has made the I. Ceo. R. Oomph Cashier of tLeabovenamed
State a good honest .Ithral and coatpstfnt' |I".UYe and non-committal, and a bank do solemnly swear>: News note: The bottling wcras of I THE P I II
few began to think that perhaps they the ,1| HOTEL.... i
I eommis.ios acrkaltu. I hat, the abort statement Is true to UM Japanese navy have tailed to !I f\Ll\1 .
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t a.. had guessed wrong but others Insisted lirer their '
deal I goods it Port Arthur. i
9u.d [pan are every pumaU nest of my knowledge and belief. { CORNER AVENUE BAND [
.4. of tit'; Why act:k ,P him there! | that they knew whereof they spoke J CEO. R. GOMPH, Cashier. ,I I .1! >> live STREET
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sod that before the election all these
I. I |I 'o\Te"'t-AUNt:
f It bj", proposed ;1. Hnols to tnakrsraoolteaebers things would become true. And so.''I]I WM. M. BROWN. !j 1.I 1.-. GUS A. MUjLLER. Proprietor

sign In',their contracts they have. Stockton and Barn, the EDWARD L. PKADT 1.I
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y;. a clause-.not to get married during the great enemies of the East Coast have'been ':i FRNKT. I Utes $1.40 per day and .p. Special per week and U Costawreial -
BUDGE
endorsed Ben. Large Sample' Rooms I
school'term.! iWbon Cupid gets no ; by the Record and I
work bonds than this Tt'lsferro. the best friend to this same i, Directors ... Dos
stronger i .0. 417
) are
..j' broken. : !section. I II. being opposed. Frohoek I, .t' ,'TI..... and sworn to before ma ; I II __. : .:_ : MIAMIi FLA. I a
{ I has 'been'eu'ogUed and made to appear this 2nd day of April. 1904. I

Jedglr;. from DU. Adlutanj.G.eeral i the r rest est living sheriff of the age : S. L. PATTERSON I1 I
Foster i 1 and the' commissioners have Notary PuMle. I Q-" --1-
41 C l Nonell. U. S- county j jI I I

A.. .he are lab tM Stale troop i been maligned and made out as per-i mi mmm m mm mBi Q II I I '
. are ndtuc the 0. There ittent and malicious thieves bood- ,
ilitlaiall Kt pnd As the result of a publication of u
ii doubt but tll Miami IWies will ten by this. paper which pretended to
.no ; affidavit made out by him In the ca..e
b.. p'I.-.d'' I. the 81. klaasAPrll If'liir i come here" to "build np and not to teari : of Orlando f. Thomas, with comnjentsthereon. two Piece [J!' Open tat to from May November 1st S. GRAHAM Proprietor .

i I down The mask has been removed Frank M. Simonton yesterday i .

as tH Re srd says. "J3s does ;land, now the true character of the filed two libel suits-one aganst the I Cursor Avenue D and Twelfth Streets ..
art lu h. PHdIN wb7'' ON lie mission of this paper la apparent to l all I Tt-atpa Publishing Company, publishers 5ufti i t tIn
; j woo read, and the these I I.
atently ref to accept th chat.lrtt predictions of 1 pf'>> the Tampa Times, the other'ajalnst MIAMI FLORIDA
o! )lr. c: rk for a joint debate mho knew whereof they talked havebeen I John P. Wall, for SlO.nno i I I II

CJG 11s mt _tl'lM'ti' querF verified in every particular. I 'each. The affidavit which- was made '' Blue Serge and I

tit a At the rime toeetln4 which -p. I I t i"l CoL Slmonton himself, was to the Light Flannels for I I .
the tmrord .rttM>, I Illr. Clark t.4 ;- effect that he bad represented Thomas'and .
Copies of the Morning Press, a half the regular
toe challenge publlrt t Mr. *l>r!frhtiy Iltle dally paper recently es- others :la a certain case without price. As i ok for our I ..A. SSS. ... S>fSSS.'.... ... . .. . .. . ..... '.

Pang baa lOt yet atft'pt..t tablisbed. at St. Augustine by Everett authority from Thomas It was pub- MoREE: : aR.O S.
$7.00 suit.ATJ .
1 Vawtdigtonnsa h I ij :\1. Cacova. have reached. this{ office as I Ii j jlliihed la the Tribune Tuesday morn I ,

: he died; i welcome additions to our exchange ing with comments thereon over the i KINDER LOU. GA.. 1
Julia Adams .X), Jefferson J. }ladl "
oe Ust ,: signature of "Onlooker. The comments -
1- J5 %nrw 73. John Quince| AdamsSl! | --- 0- were brief., but asserted that In Cohen's.Graod flake ----1

Jalilw. 78. Van Burnt T>t, William some jurisdictions, such a practice byta
Henry Harrtan O. Tyler T:. Polk A gentleman who was present at the I
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attorney would be considered rep- Kinder
t !I I Jacksonville Lou Grate
a.kineb.a
dark
Taykir C. nitraore 74. Pierce (4, obenslble and subject the attorney to :
'''Barrs. Dougherty Watso and Alexander II
Burk .*n 77. ijlnrala. M; Johnson S6, I' ,i a1&nDetlt.t'pon; being questioned I
'Great 13,. If..... ;r, OsrfleW 49; |! spoke, says that tb.remtlSt: have ;i I rhont the communication by CoL 81nonton 3 Chase & Harney. (Miami( |
| been 2.600 people present and that itLas ,.
Arthur W, Beijamla. Harrison. C7, and'I CoL John P. Wall acknowledged I "
I decidedly! aa antl-Barrs crowd
iMcKinley"
,'' that ke was the author. Meantime SellKiszder 1
j and that It begins to look now ss It ,.
the article was republished by Lou Ora'tes
.b The RersirsIL said frequently that 1(1 I|I Cite:k would, beat, Hairs In Duvsl county the Tampa Times, under big headlines ,I all
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+would do DOt nx to tear down, / and with editorial comments I over Dade County.
;It could to b. 'id) np Mumljand' bade o thai were scathing la their condemnation M. S > M.. MMSM.tSSSSSS.s.4sSSs ,,. ..... ,. .. ..

jrwisty. and yi t !jit cornea out In square The cartoonist of the Florida Press of Cot Sinxmtoj' conduct.Taiapo .- I

jnpaniltioa to the. re-election jrf Se.. Bureau should have completed his' Tribune. .....
'
auir; ;Tallafen jj who hu done more'--T ,I I work by adding the name of nearly I,I The Peacock Inn.

for thnisecti! a], than : say Other man !i ila a hundred more newspaper men who : ; ,

Pk r\da. e: rent Mr. Flagler The j I are favoring the election of Taliaferroand
Nippon of St Klton' la opposition> toallafsrro Davis, sad the defeat of Stocktonand th.-
me ins a great deal ',la tai Barrs. The Metropolis Is proud
of tearing down the"" prosperity of of the big company. I I

f kbh 4* try. I ,; --_0It -- ;I The meet mHitberly! Hotel" the
1. BY THE ; Mainland of the United States.UNEXCELLED. .
; would something like psthetfe

It Is amuMn* at first(;, but it; soon to find Mr. Bryan at the St Louis CUISINE .
ksromea distcnsUng taj bear such fellomat -onreotlon looking up some delegate miami) Co>}ruatory of //Tii5ie) I 11kirF ro ILLiinUT' IiTaC.

as WKsia." !Harris, Appleyard.CaWtrell. / from .his. own State or some other F. ZCH.VKIDER .f SO.ti: Proprietors,

I MrCrarx! sod ,I others of State for a ticket of aJmlsslon. says rr..li.i C .s. Bush, Dirat.r.Befit ...
their kind, talking about the dlsrefmtabte the Skmx City Jounal It, would be J'r.: James Cornell o' Daytoja a- t -

methods of :J. M. Barrs.It .- something appealing to sympathy to master of ti Grj d Uxlc of Florida

la enough to make those who really 1 see him a minority delegate from Ne- | e Mimi! Cottage Hospital P Fund. m I I- tn O-'ala W..ln..tdlaD"l lThiir ohe 1
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[ know. these fellows wonder, why "'they I brisk rising la his humble place to : 'a;: and the Ma-inn are |'re|,,,- palms I

|are permitted> TUB all urge and aa I bold >ahitt the tattered banner of : Pupil from Miii tiiV..i I'alin III"-to rye him s h. >d>oe r-..ejithri 4 4a
nay s>.ot.t.SMSL Oalnesvflla Star. lust reuse But la Neoraska as every- ,I -.' h' v -....... tine The lortse will!
We steal'ofle --i!I notoriety, but wberej meltv .Is the rule ., polities <;H: I'I'i Brach mid WnatiHt' Grove, Will give' a Un
11f,"tie GateesTllto Ktariearea to .keen It men will not adjust themselves to i take part, a"JCi> i.h'd by Friday )lr'r Oururil mill r"t! Colin and ocean, withXHJ
j a reseed. cs add apse ..... to the as: .tai condltloaa I of their time they .will ,i I" : PaL} Ai general goal Hire'is r-; rooms and

*iYIT{. J -. ... '.'lk"to b.sigearEM .1.o3 Conditions. nevertheless Inexorable .I rs. F. C. Bush.. Vicliniste.te ,II | pit t.d.-O sIa Rv>-eT. f 'Iroson:1L1c"ratcs.board' at j,

.w 'a till il 1c tftey will not sidestep before the I ,

"T"tor*" aTlsWss'aa4$ [while. : doing 'Tj! grist wasesi/ that go round and round I. AfKiscavoe rftd orate Drag IS cesjU.More.AJmi;_K>o 25 cent ....n. tost of ;,....- la Tamauve. J.Madacaaoara McCoflum. Proprietot.\ \1

i ... """"'.:. Ud.brwwardi*jta i.win b* aat down aMato; j saarop lIs. ,lit double'
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t f"I jtbedus* 04 tit .School... AadUoHtmt Wednctdatj t .Cvenlng,./ piL.6da.&t; that la New Tork J 1 { as... Sc.. n. PI-.
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: Colonel Watterson's reply was to this I George ban. all the I

effect: nenera of his .t

i 'Dear Sir: Too haven't enough I urement of this

1 H. .KING. money" la your family, and De1'l'rtil all the sportsmen

or I hare to Induce ma to writ one line :I :Miami to Bora !
Funeral ; Direc and Embalmer.t t for you." :i Mr. George's catch "The Ideal"Dry

"YEIIIU Do I j aside from the I.I

Prompt ?n..OII.to T .I.>trs ph or Telepsoee Carta. e ,, known as a man .

I NEWS ON THE BAY. Ii I I varicate" i! Goods Millinery and ,

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V- INCDAILYjMIAMI --- ,! G W. C. Drexel:: and a party of eight I I I hereby I Ladies Outfitters. !

: 1 I. Indies and gentlemen arrived In Jacksjmvllle '|i didst for Justice

METROPOLIS, :! i PERSONAL, MENTION.W. ; Friday moraine on Mr. Drex- 1 strict No. 11.' and

n t i, i : el's tram yacht Alcedo. The party j i support of the .." i

MIAMI FLA.. April i, j 104. .1 went ashore and made arrangement I d. ,
I. Metcalf. | W... Palm Beach '"

I" MAIL-SCHEDULE.--- I! -I- 1 Is In the city. t I on to the proceed Seaboard North Air Sunday Line afternoon Limited.hlch 3RANGE- : j!

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I leave there at 1.20. Mr. Drexel .
i Of Fish or Animal 1r7- .
Mrs. Edna Ais tot betray, Is vis ;
*rrlv from the and party have been down the Florida at j
Northm tong ia the city tacfay.
I --.......- roast all the winter enjoying the Florida I "i
11:25 ,p. m. Mrs J. A. Ennls And Mr. M. E. Reed, climate and they were en route to I One of the most

Clone for the North- of Datona. are still 'here and will re- their home In Philadelphia The yacht namable denizens 4

(.OS a. mg:45.m. main several days longer. will remain In Jacksonville a few d.T.1 pulled Into a boat

: -4 and then proceed to Philadelphia under city late yesterday

J. M. Jones. Ed Cheer and S. A. command of the captain. The Al- ty of tourist "

( WEATHER geelye three popujw) knights of the redo !. a very pretty yacht and don a the bay foe: Are receiving New Spring <;creeds in all lines
: nIE
i iVtula1Dctoa grip from Atlanta arrived this morning handsomely fitted out 'I'' ling expedition n :
'i daily: Call and inspect the Spring Styles
something .
to bustle bu.I .... Tampa Tribune
;i : For Eastern' .F11 I rids i JIM CHISOM'S TROUBLES. j The monster .. i I new every day. I have just returned from
Fair tIHi1&ht and tomorrow.Maslmam

........................ Joseph Jeffenoni and his company I Sunday Desperado la Now In Jail On foot of Washington : New York and am prepared to how yon the
.I I which assembled In Jacksonville,
K1IIlmam ................ "." i 7 Three Serious Charge ed unlimited fruits of my trip.
theatrical Macon
r' in -
opened their season saw it. It Is Df' :
___ _,_ _-,-:' last night wlth RIp Van Winkle. Jim Cblsom, the negro who kicked far as its -

op such a muM In Darktown Sunday
ulation rife
wa
eJfg' e ,
Mr. Edward Love, a large Baltimore afternoon! is In more serious trouble
Its
men ,as to p I -
TOWN tOPICS. I the than was at first supposed. area foroutlook
: I contractor Is In city enroute to The fish or an j .
,
Havana where he goes to figure on a I II that It will be nary a I..... I Jspected by a ..... ;

H large building to ,be erected by the possibly year. hrfnre, E-I'" 'I was summoned by i iI I I I
OF BUSINESSEugea*

Dimkk OUT has sold its interest IB the Government ---'-- breathes Aa told the la air the of yesterday. |', with It, I Is much in shape the .. j jI I fr .

dug business at V eat Palm Beach to it f""t 1 ,
8. F. Nichols, the commlsxlon afternoon Jim bus juice! A
I la a light: red In
his partner, Mr. .40. Rle eI. and win firm of & J. SllghA' Co. returned to and after of Mary brown. Its head VVL

hereafter devote hs attention to his the city yesterday from Atlanta, bringing Thompson's house with an axe. ..ruck'' dog-, except that It

farm and grove say* the Jhom! Beach back with him.' Mrs Nichols. who a man of his own color la the breast while its

N..... I j i win spend some time here. with the same weaPon. ear each eye t
geth;+r (
;- -.-- Now It seems,that Chlzom, previousto capable of covering B. DOUGLAS
ROBBINS CO. SPREADING OUT. Mr. J.. J. Riddle,*of Alabama representing this, had attempted to criminally
.
Instead of ,
X.... J. A.. Rob la. ft: ]Co, the en- the Studebaker Wagon wiks.I : aaaault ten-year old colored girl ; ster'has;' aa separate upper I'

dealers ill vehl lea. barnesa. la the city. Mr. tllddle I* very much i named Stubbs and because be was interfered !
formation In Its
e. ordered a caj-loaU iuf the Impressed with Miami and predicts .1 : with resulted the attack on I fins are of a 31O and 312 twelfth Street

Studebaker wajwns jhavirgobulaed great future for It fa* a city. He Mary Thompson's house. ,
stretch out much '
tie privilege of l jiaTln.1 this placed several orders here for his !.- All this came out at a preliminary .'
t
closely
eagle so ..
splendid and standard ws s<'". moos vehicle. : -
rn..n.Robblu Investigation yesterday afternoon before -
ion*: of. the of

a carload*of Co.fin have' buggies.also on These the add-mad, W P. Hatched. < the well knownhart Judge Heyser, and as a result are Hot actually I . -. . . . .-. . . . . . . "
Jim wa committed to Jail without ball The creature'
t1oI!.. together :with the stork ware man of Jwest Palm Beach.
large on three charge, breaking and
one reaching out to ,
they hart been ha heeD pending the day la the city eater-I <'
carrying ing assault with Intent to to the right of the Epicurean Restaurant :
tate Increased: room, !an a-uttton H* kay* that things are still moving criminal asault He a a large powerful tion 'of tile tall has I
to the Nelson Block wilt at ocre bebuilt along well and thaf prospect are good .
of and
,desperate
negro appearance
accommodate dais growing for plenty of work and. business np or flaps, ea-ch : 30S -12th Si
to I
best
r Judge Heyser deemed It to separate inches at the ; 'I
basin**. Dtall*|, of, this extension: are ,there this summer| him from the cap that U red and and two feet at the I i

still under consideration bat the contract the outside world saUl the fall term of J. 0. Rogers, of Continuous Scrrice\from\ 6 clock
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: will be let jln|Ii: few!days.a MK and Mrs. Paul{ NatUle. of Middle- the circuit court. who booked the I .. m., until 10 p. m.

a 7 LL, ,I tow, N. T.. who Tare spent tile paRtt..o hook'near the ... . . . . . .. . . . . . . ,

SONS OF VETERANS. J-Dr. W. 8.Gramllng months hers, VlH leave for home TACHT CRANATSA. ...
Manatee had to .
ha received a communication tonight Mr. Natlll cam her for I of his companions, K. J. PE4'K B. M. 8.&II..

from tile CominaadeiInChief of his health and has lerived such benefit N. )L George Ownerj. Now On I the says when It wa I PeeK 0 Bailey
the Confederate i | West Coast at Fort Myers. u emitted a nkwe '
the fall and the winter month "!Wen. Hi lJBn4.
that b taken jto 18. campof paw,
step ore
lion which it
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the Sons of Veterao* A'this city. I hrr*. 6p. The Fort Mvera Press contains the .baby als'for several ;Ii i YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS

Dr. Gramllng accordingly11 Invites all --"'-- following Interesting account of the i i i The freak \ "h'I i Overhauling and Repairing Marine KaUway.
Interested la effecting such i FOR JUSTICE|-Mr, Wm. 8. Hill 7011 AUlIIU& D. .
persons arrival of the yacht Granatsa N. M. !1' Inches from Its MIAMI. FLA.
has been prevailed! upon to become .
aa organization tol meet at his office George, owner, which spent the season I Uon of the 1on est !I IThejhhermen u __ _
Friday afternoon: at three. o'eloeL1Persons candidate for Justice; of the Peace for In this port ,leaving Ian Monday for 'I said 1
to be eligible for 'membership this. district! and make h's' announcement I ':' FOR RENT. STORE ROOM
the West Coast"It It ind George
mast be son of. Confederate soldiers I today. Thls[ is aa Important renfieded the tarpon editor of I Brigs ..10011. "" >;I BUSINESS lOCALS. opposite post-offle, now occupied M .
who were killed | tile wit or'jserved' office, and care should be taken In the oldtime ,. a bicycle store. Apply to 222 Thirteenth
ja,1 old time* to run across two of the to his place corner
rlectkm of manlto fill It Mr. Hill street
i a 1H
their toll term the army-imprtoCtVneat tarpon fishermen at Wubba,.'. Water streets I
counting'a': stlvi service. If 11 regarded highly rY those who know i Headquarter fancy groceries, fruits
fishing tackle last hibition. Some .
store night, engaged tee, at Wilson Flys's. 7
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I lm. and would idoubtedly snake aIoe
amber 1 secured
jsfysufflclent can NOTICE
jbe
+ : In swapping their fishing experience; *. to designate It I! I I t
application will be .made for a charter. officer. I II They were Messrs. N. M. George of aw ,It last night DeaIrn:.l) rooms Tor sent Inomce I i

Danbury Conn., and ,W. Ashby Jones, of anything like It.DEEDS I DIre of Hank of Bay Carmyne. The Miami Transfer Company
COMMODORE HUGHES: HEAD I A number of rsl road solicitors for two aa thoroughbred sportsmen as _. --- hereby notify merchants and other
FROM.-Commodore 'Rooroe. the tomato crop w 10 are bustling lorth.lr Smith's Restaurant te post- that they will not be responsible for
handled and reeL Mr. ;j
ever rod
yacht Roamer .. In reeeIPI(} of a i letter respective roads, are In town today a Warrantee deed, I fflee; best meal la town. Short or- any debt or other obligations
George had arrived yesterday In his ers a specialty. Board and rooms by com 1
from Commodore I Hughes, of hemodore from the Cutler section Among Granatsa, Dr..J. R. Bacon of Danbury. j and husband to M. fay or week. I traded In their name [ .

launch yacht Clara, who left here sfcveral those here are F. L Corwln and James being aboard aa guest acre of land In -= { I 1 Itt MIAMI TRANSFER CO. .
days ago for the'west toast Co ro F. Mead, of Jacksonville. Pat Patton south of range t! ;, We use Tennessee cream IB all oar ,}
.We made a visit to the Craaatsa this .
.Hughe Is i lat Usseppa 11* id. of Atlanta, and Joan V. Singer, of Sa- i! \\Cirantee deed. l i i .. cream and also. have the plain 100 TOMATO PICKERS AND TEN
morning, and found that M George .
sear Boon Grand and report a pleasant vanah. These Mrs are practically bad combined In her. a great advantage j I Co. to Edwin B. ... ":I am on sale at th-t Biscayne Drag PACKERS wanted at once by Fsst r. '"
many
passage that far. He will I proceed camping In the ,Bel 4. and while rompe-. derived from his long experience '! and 14 block: 114. )f : 14] ling Brotberi..Cutler, Fla. 110
to Tampa and them await Cot modore tltlon Is sharp, It I friendly and inter.f.ting. ( Warrantee deed .1
In toning and cruising In Florid
fcoome who would, have tote a away I Byron G. Bill for = j I Hotels and famines ran boy genuine ,
today bat for the jlnclement leather' I i iI waters. She la D.m.after his three |Iia section II>. to"D I cream at Biscayne Drug CLERKS AND, CARRIERS 1
children Grace, Nathan' and ,Sarah, a There will b* examinations held at
tf coedltloos are suitable the toemer dellrhtfsl ride wa given i I range 41 f'ut.I 142 I 'i
l sail tomorrow Sunday evening byjMr. Byron Lasseter. syllable of each of their! name* formIng I lt Letters patent to I ._ ._ the school building oa April... for tile .,.

I-! I: n I| honor of his ctxisln.JA Mis. Ludlow the combined name of the yacht. t IO. N. Gardner and If you want Ice cream that Is good positions of clerk and carriers la ta* ',

OFF FOR KEY W EST.-The'steamer .isfeter< of Tam'". Those composing The yacht I la yawl rtjreed I* sa I( corporators of the I I d pure buy It of the Biscayne Drug poat-olllee..nee. For application d

bhlanecock sailed this morning for be party were Misses Cora Torbert. feet on her deck line, 11.4 ,feet beam i with captal! stock |I They.... Tennessee cream. blanks and Information as to duties, ;
.. I draws 1 feet' 4 Inches of water and salaries etc, apply to i. F. Knesset .
Kay West with several passengers and :dith, Merrier. Majf Worley Ruby Las- I purpose of buying, 1 I 142
baa a -borse, power Globe] gasolene! at tile post-offle :
considerable freight.FThe Martinique i Her, Willie Hah Aana Peck and f fruits and n etabl. : r
engine, which give her f of six
llss Donald The gentlemen speed
were and operate hotels
ta due today from Havana Pare Tennessee cream on sale at
mile an boar wthout the aid of .her I CARE OF HOUSE WANTED.-Any
lefttrs. Grambllngilorrls. Meyer" Phlllan laads.
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Drug Company. 142
( sails and she Is accounted lone of the one desiring to have their furalahed j
TRAVEL UGHT.-Last Bight andtoday : Harris. CroMUnd: !. Murfltt Fish Deed-Boston and I ,
far off la'' :,d Processor Hal Mrs. W. K. Ta- beat sailor on the coast (She Is a Coast Land C. to horn eared for daring the summer, for ;,
so were 'decidedly I Miami Conservatory of Matte.
travel bat very few coming In OBeither :I dim chaneroned th |party.COl'LD.Vl model of comfort and convenience' for $::,0. thirty acres ta Ctxemaa Bush Director. the use of a portion of the same, ma/ .
The cabin ls roomy being U feet' long I communicate with "H"
car of Metropolis.
tram as ta evidenced the ho- a and IS. tp. 47. range %5 Twelfth Street 423Pleasant
telmdsters.IkKSTEAMER. byj WOR| .
I turned Into wide bertha TJie, staterooms i > ,-
i \ Allen for 16 M "' i _
Walter the well known i Sleeping Rooms .. my
MIAMI WEJTHERrT I Wellman afford plenty of room.| the gal tp 43.: range 41. I: FOR RENT.-Small store room ,1
Residence OBjroslte
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Shower bath.
'ublD< BOUND.-The steamer Miami. Capt i range Cemetery deed- : !
post office voltaLlo for
arching the He t campaign quitelosely. For rent at summer rates. Mrs. tailor,
chest, china
pantry, and silverware J
]White which started ,yesterday afternoon I Walter S. Graham barber shop or office.
.
I' He write fo the Philadelphia cJc..ta..te. TIIf're" a ptateroom forthe : C. Beck. 1M
for Nassau, could' not go to sea U. Y
I faeas under date >f K.lThs. that
'---.1. captain and comfortable bunks '
oo account of the _1'7uIer., and : Cemetery deed-(! : FOR
RENT.-Two .
> Hearst tried Without effect to at.tll A Splendid Square Piano. In good re- new. nicely Banished

after going to the mouth; of |... harbor j' ..Ir. and quarters forward tor i crew offair. P Dunne, lot 13.: |! .1 cottages Apply to
anchored until this soomlng when Henry Wattefsoa, to his staff. She'was declined by R.I\M.. Mun- Warrantee deed- i I for. sale, very cheap. Mrs. E. C. 202. this oflba 'j
give these detail, with respect' '.adl IS* .
she rrtnrneU' to her dock Th< sea UwUI ro. of Cocoanut OroYe. built by Cd to J... )(. J..k j I

.m running high and tile ti4+ be I attempt: j Brown A: SOB of Totteavtlle, Staten lot 8. blk. |11. North ', STOCK. 1
-Hearst offered j Henry Wattenoa. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM 1'I
deferred until tomorrowone. | Island N. T. who are aim builders of Warrantee deed : i|i I Miss ayett: I
the brilliant of Louisville electric light Apply 224 Fourth : believe they COOMOttVSDEALIR
tilt
I edltof the yacht CeroJ' She warn.. launched
trip baring been lost of and wife to W. W. ; i!I 4
old New :
..... pod England Itoct.I .
I Courier-Journal. I25.MM to spend this December C. 1102. She la W the sort IS West Palm ...- ; '': 112 Mr. Ticker

WILL HAUL STONE.-Contractors ,inter In Washington and write oc- of craft to afford the greet..;, pleasure efod-F1orId. I I 1 VOTIXG CONTEST. ferredT I -Pock. Test Common 01' "r.-

caslooal letters fo Hearst's paper, for cruising along the t"CIUlj) and Mr Transportation Co.
Hood and Isaac*, of the nest :) alcyoa ; W.t..noa dec. laed as politely as George gets a great deal of enjoymentoat ning. for ST5, five Ex cry subscriber to the Dally Me I 1 .

HaH hotel, :will begin haattai .stomp could. Mistaking the politeness of the boat She carries ja naptha S3. 4LWarrantee lls can aid some deserving young
f. rang i
from the quarry across tile fiver (tomorrow wavering Hearst tame back with tender. and row boat for tarpon fish deed- i J|: and woman In securing a business I
.. the ballots which
of the offer.This by using to 1
Inf. etc.
or Thursday and a*:*ooa )aa Co. tq H. E. Allen
"I I Urn Mr. }Vstterson declined. are entitled oh payment of sub
Enough has been gotten oa th grounds Mr. George la a nephew oh, the lateOov. 27. North Miami. I
-rtp OIII. Read our offer on sixth
still politely bat 1th little
a
morepodtivemess R. P. Flower, of New York. For I Deed-Wlnfield 8.
oa tile wails of tile boai.wtU;; {betSmmeaced. .
p(1i of He said he
t expressloa. many years he made Fort Siren hlf : Collie for $90. lot .,

I'r.i ;rl, could are ao mjre reason why he headquarters and was one of khe let of Palm Beach FURNISHED HOUSE .. "
I
should write for Ar. Hearst's "'
papet sportsmen that helped to make Fort Warrantee deed- ANDBOOKSELLER' "
Tenth street for rent Apply at
LIBRARY HOURS.Th*| ?jlbrmry [irfth than Mr. a..aettl Mr. La 'k*. or Myers known as a.gre4 tarpon Asbinrresort : to Amy G CoW, ; j, offlc ,; t 1

Ladle aft.rsoou Club win be kept any other editor *o U do .ta* earn H. hoUs'th oadUpated record i'oT lot 1. l."' k. 47 {|I -. i I d L
I thing sad advised; Mr, Hearst to try for 1 !
landing the
largest Warrantee
ofj j tarpon Deed FOR RENT. A THREE-ROOM
through the ssoath April *A
open ... .. ..
Me* of then gentjemea., Still unable billet with rod and reel tie tarponBahM" mlngs and 'wile to' AOE; also Furnished room I MI AM? 1LA 1' !
Moadaya. Wedasaaaya t'a*"I.| .Friday Hearst ... "':*
: [ to'understand.. Tor .tIIe third w.I ,
tq IU 4. was1 takea at : "1..fC"'JIt' Ii, I $IT to Mrs. J. AUSTIN
tam JI:" to I:. a.sa. '!It jO\ _II'- time renewed his fIIIlwjl' .,, And thai Urn B-W\'dr.. "" 'kb'' t tram :? .,rang} 41.U street .u.r.-.1071
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who LIVES THE LONGEST? hare an average longevity of fort, ] ') .>r a sac" A Car,..*. WAll "..rk, "ifif H\if %* bGIubbiug '
1- nine years. Druggist!: and apotbeci B. Haven Kind-. lr|>airing! UMW.
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down at flfty-four yearIt ;: $
Ial.retlng StatisticsMamachusettq Compiled by th< rice are put iirssrnf iud Hl1erl"K
Health Antboi tie*. doesn't seem to be healthy to hand! All Work UuaraiilrtMl, 'ir.t-'I&
drugs or live in a drug tore.

In the State of i-Massachusetl i mortaltty Saloon and restaurant keepers han t;t ShOP OOOentuilljr Aven.ue D. Rates.

'vtatlsUcs:are kept very losely a longevity of forty yean. Profeesiot i '
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For aPf'riodot; : forty-three rs thli 1 al men average fifty-two years Call I TI
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talk of sharp politician Indulged
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result In tile dUUtegratloofjtbe
the clergymen
problem .has I been carefully itched i tbe professional men II e. frighten the people Into giving
and tb. death and age of each persotwhai live tbe longest being put dow f{ party In Florida. eq
them the omen: for which the;: are sostrenuuu.ly
of the
to take qua
view
: Uty. The proper
recorded In order to ascertai at recklessly" IItruglIl11Punta .
l aad ;
to < J Tbe average: longevity of female I 18 turn, we think U this: The Demo
most apt occupations are
the
Cords Herald a Thq people of Dade County will want all news
much lower than that of the males ;'cystic party is. or was organlze
to long liferFirst on the Dst are those who til! '; Thirty-nine yean i* the average lire somewhat after the model of the Statcentral this year as it is to be an interesting one bee -
GRAVE.A
,.. female authority to prescribe regula- ROBBED THE cause of the elections,
given an
the aott Farmer .aau.'I' Incident .b narrated by
of these statistics, o I Of coarse these figure reprenen I turns, enact laws to be governed by; startling
longevity John Oliver, of Philadelphia! a* follows
It thus ippean ', what has happened In a limited are. ,a4d adopt means for their enforce ::
tie over slity yean.
: : wI... In an awful condition. National State
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that farmer live on aa average, near :'of the surface of'the earth and cannot L :My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken and County

Iy twelve fears longer than.r peopUU ,: be taken as reliable' conclusionthat i i Just as the State must have a leg tongue coated, pain continually In e
I' would"appear to the whole work must the party have i i'convention _
who follow' Ol'CIIpatipa.I Mature -
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any other back and ride, no appetite, growingw.sker j -- -
1 I i be relied a. will
This tend to prove that m >8 naturally They may however upon '' otherwise matter I Throe physicians I
by day
a tiller of the soiL The sky' 1 the statistics of the different occupa wjoo become chaotic, no man wil had glvn day ma np. Then I .a* advlnedto \ The Metropolis

la a better cover for his. head than th i, tiaras which are the longest most healthfu know where be stand politically, am ure Electric Bitten; to my Joy, tbel
beat ventilated workshop and conduce to the life. : will be a law onto hlmsel
man
I every .Irat bottle made a decided improvement
Next in order corn. the mechanic, I The above statistics arc summarizer : with his Individual Ideas as the onl; HaS perfected arrangements whereby it can offer

who .live active outdoor live. TheM : from tbe January Issue of the Medic ,, code for his government I and continued am now their a well ne for man.threeweeks I such attractive rates for various newspapersthat

are given a longevity. of a little more I Examiner and Practitioner.BALLARD8 Aa representatives la the I"ctllaturelare Know they robbed the crave of another. there) should be no excuse for people remaining -

than fifty-four year*. This sort of mechanic i HOREHOUND RTRUP.Immediately now virtually chosen by primaryso :ictim." No one should fail to try : jn ignorance as to the happenings of
Inclode carpenter*. .stone-cut Would delegates be selected for a the .
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'hem. Only 60 cents guaranteed year.
ihlp carpenters' and millwrights hearse, Thus the conventloi
ten., relieve croup; convention. ." druggist .
Mason and atone putter* are shorter cough oppressed ratting, rasplni, would be a product of the primarythe a- ---- --- -- -- --

lived than other active, outdoor ', and difficult breathing Henry Co creation of the people themselvesand .

mechanic Millwrights and chip I i Stearns, druggist. Shvllsbnrg..... no more likely to abolish the I A new brick company baa been organized RATES.The .

carpenters live the longest. But the writ*. May *, 1I011! have beer source from which It sprung than the : very quietly In this city and
general average] of all men who follow selling BaIl&1 d'l Horrhound Syrup fa legislature would undertake to repea I In a few week the product from the

active outdoor mechanics' is. as before two yean, and have nevor had a prep :the constitution and abolish the election new plant will be finding Its way Daily Metropolis

i stated flfty'rfoor year*. i i trail m that ha given better aatisfa"" : stem altogether. I through the export channel at Pennacola. One Yeai'

Indoor mechanic: have aa. average lion, I notice that 1Oilea.,I Mil a bottle The Idea Is simply this: The people : The plans of the company J and ,
longevity) of forty-nine ,..... This i i, they come back for more I can hon have and will hold the primary' ; bv were made public for perhaps tbe first $10.00

Include* rope-makers. inkers, cabinet ,,i eetlj{ recommend itlose, jOe, $H)0) I primary they will create a convention lime yesterday, when it was ascertained Daily Times-Union

maker, carriage. oaken cooper, Sold by Rod Cros Pharmacy.. for certain specific purpose; the convention I : that all the machinery Df'(...-

cooks,<
Bar-tenders, on the average, livebookbladn I themselves. And yet hairs Stockton 1val any day was expected The.proecton -

onlyj thirty-nine! yeara Basket-mak- : ANJTI-CONVENTION ARGUMENT. I & Co. would have us believe that these I, think however that tbe lot Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-

en over sixty year same people, as soon as they get together I *lll reach this city next Saturday and Union .
fortf-three years (dear-maker, tje Herald under cooirart with th i t. In a convention will completely it will be taken from the can and 12.00 I

thirty-mine years Printer*, fortyoneyean. Flo Ida .Press Bureau prints on IU change their views, usurp authority 1 erected as soon ta possible. It Is understood WithtJanta Journal twic : a week i: 12.25 I
..... ,,
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Sboa. maker orty-U
Corn- ,, page today the argument of HonJntt I not given them abolish the primary i that tbe machinery bill alone With Weekly Palm Ileacll Jews la.'oo:
Tailors I a tittle O't'w 'ears. I. li Barn of Jacksonville, who wttb I tq which they are devoted and turn was $l .noO. strata of clay 21 fretthick 4 I J" i i 1

mom'oay | an .average )Ues+n. Jno. N. C. Stockton and, Napo- both the Democratic party and the by actual meaxurement has $
longevity of forty-eight yean.la B. Broward I* dolag all he can State over to tbe railroads and the tiern secured and this means thatrna.ry
.orne Old subscribers all back
statistics must due before
looking these pay
; over
brick can be tamed
of! convention ,trust ttaiwiaiul
the wiling a
very cartons fact appear. For laataa :a djrfeat Democratic Voter( As the ar- We do not believe anything of the .-iI before that supply Is exhausted. can take advantage of these offers and cash

*. the tact that the average iextoes. life ,, >m y tpe it ls published aa paid matter"sad I kind nor do we believe the charge ot The plant wild| have a rapacity of SOn ,- in advance must accompany all,, orders forthese

of butchers la fifty yean; fiftynine not with the editorial endorse- ''M_.... Barn Stockton A: Co. thai >$i per dayPensacola Journal combination. ;t
yean while that of expeesmento In fair- those eminent and honorable Democrats -
me : of this paper. It la given
(sad teamsters -
only forty-four year WORKING OVERTIME.
]
t 1 position. who have repeatedly declared ADDRESS
.- the most conspicuous :
forty-two years Eight hoar! laws are Ignored by''
: their allegiance to the primary systemare
Ujrill he interesting to bow why .
Itj doeaat' appeal that ;,the people 'those tireless little worker*-Dr.
not to be believed that their -
4ra. Bas Stockton *: Co. are op4d proteedona
spend their lives oai the ocean .j Klig-i New Ute Pills. Million are
wb4 baa that they
are deception
trader ,
enUon
to calling a eon
liv. longer than the people oa the 105 and Miami
tlwaya at work night day cur-
Metropolis
of he limitations and for the apeelflcmrfoaes are traitors to the party and the people
men
laao. The average longevity la1! prescribed by the State Exec- j and for the sake of vile lucre lag Indigestion' Biliousness. Const I pm- a

employed' OB the ocean fortyeightyears. itlve Committee. The Herald tears t would 'murender the best Interests of I 'oa. Sick Headache and an Stomach.IJver _
Naval offlcen are pat downat '
.
and pilots at fiftyone. h If their pUa should prevail withDemocratic the State Into Ue ,hand,of. mercilessorporaUons. sad Bowel trouble Easy pleaaint ,-
sfty-two years
safe. sure Only SS cents. At aU4r'1aptDra
h. voters and ""t11t. [
.) Ordinary seamen r tj-siL ,
Utrchanta. ftnanden. ad agents reject the proposition It may That U all aonsease; It to only the i 1

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East I Coast NOTICE. i f hoe elected. The cBce or. aecretary and,I STATE NEWS. 4rA tNNN 41.4NM. -va A4b I
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treasurer !In the discretion of the

? To All Whom It May Concern: | board of director, may b. filled by i, pie growing of camphor tree

-tQCAL TIME CARD No. r3. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.NORTNIOVNDRCAD Notice 1*Intend hereby given that the undenlcned one and the same person. The names on, an extensive scale lor commerc'i.purpuke .. II Trade Mark : I
to to hi
{ i apply Excellency of the officers and directors who are la promised fur the DeLI 4
IOITIIMUII8-8U. tows UP.TnUi William S. Governor
Jennings
to conduct the business of ths corporation vicinity. The camphor tree thrive If WADDELL

is saM ta.u sun satl a..2a titATtoas. /. N..7$ .a74 aa.N of the State of Florid, for Letter until those elected at the first m i Florida and there Is ad reason w'+> sGuarJntre
D.tll. D.III. D./.y. IalJy, 1.111. Ia1ll L.tly. D.tll. Danl. Patent ,on the proposed charter there is i
should
election shall be qualified are Thomas not be great profit .- i
.,, .. ..
u e k-.u. Ar sus r. hereto annexed
..-.... U 1! .s a ... r J'kr.a. tae J..... I U a T it t .... : Cosllgan. president; Edward Burke graving; them and dlMilliag the f--i Written Contract" *
... .. Its 1 tip ii" a ..Ht Mt rual ..l. 1 w a t w a 1 !1 r 140 / ..... I Thl :4th flay of February A. D. 1904 here.' This is an Industry blch I I .
..,. S {7 Ila.tinr. 4 se 5 tl .... first vice-president; John F. Olive cap. !
.. 1001 a a' t.i.- T! : 6 a t'i' 113 t t 44 I, EDWARD BURKE. second vice-president; S. ii.. Paitt>i:*.n. I ital should investigate, for the war I .

-.. .. 1o a i >s u u 4 13 4.71 ... JOHN F. OLIVE secretary and treasure: and ThoiuniCostigan. in the east has caused quite a Jump j You arc .. /./* .. t 4D iS 1143& U a Lv. t .t.t. a Ar 7'Q. 1 .0 1:01ti. Heisot
THOMAS COSTIGAN.W. the i
'In price of the,, <
Edward Burke, Jlohi F. Olive gum. and the demand : $> ,.
<
710 ru kiwi W. ERWIN. W. W. Erwin and S L Patterson far exceeds the supply. :1 S
eMaLeb.aYaroAr, 7ooa Tw. 713 T16P4I He putt \
S. L. dearly you on top
.; p LT Iteo:a L. .... 4 31 PATI'ERSON.CHARTER. shall: ''OD8t1UIthe booil bf dlrevtnr every State and Territory ol I I by telling you at the \SI \
-.., -: CS ftlorneIL., '.. .. 1 71 ..... The organization aui /first annual the Union, and every one of the West bottom.
.. p .. i'
.: CI .1/ap .at. 1 1 15 i ... Island
_-_. 1113U. 't'ic' 1 u p N1Trem:.. soil 5'11 a L- 1 :t ,. ...... I meeting if tl.: stot khot 'I-M shall M ern have their stories of hidden I .
.. N $1j 47p N M D.ytoua... 1 14 44 311 4U1 The undersigned person Thomas crt'atlUrf'lIold.. Jewefa, etc. but Cut supply four w.",,. it rov tv \tIf \ .
1Tp .Portll.nr., t:1i I held on the first Monday, {in April. A'D. .** bur or not *
___. UIT $ U tHP 1110 .A .bnTr, .. l41a K 1031 tU I Cootlgan, Edward Burke, John F. Olive few 'of them are ever found. If the $ property.
t 17 p .. ....o.k Hill .. .... : t0 1 1904. In the city of YI;ml, Florldx" Hit office w pun rtftrdtttg Lets tel
=-: 'Titt 4p t11p UC3 -. .Titn..Ill.... f $a( SD/s .C7 IC3pe I W. W. Erwin and S. L. Patterson. 'the principal place of I business otI story that comes to town I I. true i ibu rouorjr. >

--: : : ? 41 p 1153 ..ark1 1r- 137 hereby associate themselves together : said company, at the office of Graham a wonderfully rich find ba bPeomalle j CMl...ee S
-.. .._ tJ 4 i. I1 .E.. l..m it 11N l7ip $$13 ...... for the of I near thi( city. W.s tbe box
,...- -., u I P 10 Ret., rat U CI t .... 1I i purpose becoming Incorporated Patterson t Erwln;{ and thereafter I I E. A.
-.. ." 1... 3p .. .a.ba.tlan. .. It.. P....... under !Ithe Iw of the State of I .j. hidden by by ponce dl' Leon or Captain WADDED i ,
..... Ilip .aa bile.... .. tn.a ... on the first Monday, In Febru-
-- Is .
.. ..... 4 IT f C1 1 t3 p t 41 !t Pvt..,. i r7 19 io'. 1 14 .a U t0 p Florida. I of Kidd all that Mr. Stone can ; Real f t t formation ...... % :
I tip ... ....,Dhhal.... 0031 I la. ....... ....... i i ary each and every year. auk himself. however *;-olV-Mit: .. Ar*.,. $
.. .. 1 $3 P &lea.. 1 11 1 f 1 04 : i The following 1* the proposed char that may be
= .. 4 ,. .:.. I The officers and board lot directors the bos U said to here among It* contents .j Office First X.L But !iasi: FU. S
tpr for the : intended :
.... U p eta.rt .. 1 t7p O W ... corporation: of sail corporation shall be elected at

., .... ....... 1lP.tip............ A41..ce.1.Ne.tJ..rlr.r C7 7S P PI, .. a tl H.a .N 'I Article One. The name of the cor- the first annual meeting Of the stockholders cumber a of pock old of Spanish doubloons, a "'''''''""" ""-", -",,,,,,,,,,,$ 1

e.e ss 1s e7v 40 w Pamk.rn lOr 17TSp sus fe46a It00 poratlon ball be the Dad County jeweled studded dagger -
e to elk $441 43p. 4 t3 .Psis R.a.k.. CO p %8 rip a t% I. N a 1 C7 0 and at each annual mee_lnq and pistols, a faded j
$501' ........ Zip .... ...p ynu n.. Stir .... T a,. .. tT Title Insurance and Trust !Company thereafter paper containinga TWO IS BETTER THAN .
1. N : I1 ...... tl.lr.y 5 $? its. ....... l li I of the stockholder or If In mesaige' m some uiiknowp languag' 05*
M e. ... ..... I II P ........ Ft 1A.ren al. I I P a 0a 45$ with principal office at )flam!. Dade .. --
111aa .... ... 7Up ..H.l1.nA.e 111 .... Sit. .. 4175 any year no regular animal; meeting signed Loof Lirpa, and many anuril Un. Pinter Cw the Jlmorou
JIM 1 p ... ...Lama Clty 4 1t 1 .. ..... .15. 17 p County. FloridaArticle j for any cause be held they stall be trinkets. There Is t ....d..,.I You want to MTV ;
e N: 10 50 l U 1 47 Ar .li.amt I T 410 7 l0 5 s.a i 10 Two. The general 'III.ture of gret excitement and ae know bow moray
elected at the next meeting of stock over the discovery nd the Tallahaeau to help you W. ;
*..*4 ao1j M .t O.wa whin Um 5..o4.Mete.. the buslnes to be transacted shall be j *- |I"sn Hi U 10 'IN pay a 11tUe| ,. fc4 a
I bolder thereafter called for that pur i scarily lanes :lgatlng the fend for prIce of one. paper and got the twit .-
the Insuring the owner of real estate,
I puss I had will report dev opmf'nll-Talla- I j you want. The price of tile Daily

Condensed Bchodnl Between JaokaonTillv.and St. Aogrutln. : mortgagee, and other ,InterestedIn Article Six. The highest amount o' ; .....-. I I Pimn-Uoioo and Citizen bu r.,..Uy

UCMOMVIUIIT M.l1* Mle4eat11eat13M-4T' .. I .St..il+ real estate, a* omxcij. .CIl.-' I been reduced to the following prloe
Indebtedness which this
k AUQUSTMC bath L 11y *: I La11r | Dahl (]{?.1 1,7f .. I L.III 11a111 h 4..IIr eta brancer. of otLerwis aaLt.:1-s l iy: company mayj Three month. ... .... I l M
j at any time subject itself I* onehaltlof CURES COUGHS AND COLDS. iJr .....,....V.V..V. g ,
Ma I* ** 10AaMaaevn.l. icortMp reason of liens, Un.ctiU: '....iiiu, ct u.fectlv .- Oar .. .. .. t1/
.,. at UMa ld.154, $ t 1MB) dtp Slip1Slip | the amount of It* then fully pal d jnr .. ( MOB

M. S2lk M* title; the loanlnz'-Uid u\citing I 110 capital stock.I Mr*. C. Peterson 25 Lake St., Toot We pro.. .. So seed bole she
T.UtVtTWInuouomui/ ea1FeaOtFlew! Wf iaty | i>mllf I *..44tl I + .0.70+ ea74 of money upon securities upon It* i peka. Kansas, Dally and Sunday TlneoUnioa aa4
J.1Iy DaW D.I+ 4l.a (kiss L.lr Santa I Da111 IH41TTb I Article Seven. TDa names and rei *- says; all the cough Uiiseo and the Hrraoroua for:
own account and agent
a* Uiuloefor
Lal a.S..Y.a.. Sisal| T M a] T S* a 14.111 N altlp! 4IO|> 110 e1. .!e pl 14.1Ar or i Idenee of the incorporate of th!4 remedies Ballard' Borehound Syrup :iis moatbe. ... .. ... .. .." .
other
.Jak. .etiI.. 4 55. f 15 *] 4a I l l I 1l 40 1 10 IMp TUp Mp 744, persons; the acquiring, hold- j company and the amount of capital I I. my favorite; It hi* done and will iOne/ear.. _.. ..... (4

log Ming, leasing improving and disposing stock subscribed for by each are aiI :< do all that la claimed! for It-t0 speed *" will lead Iou tne'semi-Wertly

:!''ollowfng Z. Through Fnllmaa Train i of property real and personal,, I follow: Thomas Costlgan. New York ily rare all coughs ai,rioMv-UakNi* : and Citiiea aad .i.. .

s11.-10.w tamn l.rt..d TUMS IIeAd. a.1taa41ta-5517150 .w 1t .d 11-.o.tWa e Ml. Lta I 4.a e! W e2-4'a.rae and Ft std. L.Ikd + pursuant to order, judgment anddecree %:ie. 6Oc; $1.00 bottl*. Sold I .4 .q.. I TOO
ea.4$ ad *4--SMhoard nara IJ'teat 0.17.4411 r'.wtd.' U.ed I share; Edward Burke New York. Ot/ by Red Oae year .... ...... .. ....... SO*
of court of record and by' Cross Pharmacy.Thirsdaj .
tone
e5S a trwl.a at..e..M.z.t.dv.ty.1! Fol I nan Can and apt,rat tar*wilt h*char4V [ hundred and three (103) shares; I Thus for tt cents nor thaa UM
,Dsl ....M..psu.4 N liin.t-aia.a whichB a *ra 1r a.at fan Ii slar.ed. virtu of device and bequests; acting 'John F. Olive. New York City ODe aflrrnoo lira Baa price of the dally, lOG got tw.. pen

AJTTOKO ....cm. I O&AJTOC CITY B3iAECU.If.TaaM. a* agent, attorney-ln-fact. executor, 'I hundred and three (103) shares; W. I| employee of th* Crtatal R| er Com; an ., and.'.r for price fifty of emu the it more srsolrou.thaa,the 701 r*gCitiaen .>.
administrator trustee assignee, assignee -
It U. 1 1 M. 1 I i U..1[ I1 W. Erwin. Miami. Fia. seventyfirei pany happened to.] serious ancldent I (be 8eml.WHUl Time.-
1117 D.III IMII I Dodl IT&tJOIIL Dally tall for the benefit of creditor*, receiver i and tb* Farmer anTrraft
(75) snare.. and S. L. Patterson Hi- ;, at Dunnellon. He.... tUndlnj on tie

1.. .,!t.9t'l-.tDe---...._ ,0er' ___' UIC 111:8 $1 t p ll J"'L9..II..'.,'tT. UkiHrln.Arl. iTni.Ar| I SOp or guardian book; and owning"and i ami, (Ta.. ODe hundred and fifteen i track vatrhlng a gala la front of I Grower.tired lour >abseriptionta .*. ( I.q
abstract la.-d
M. Lr._le.Isrprtaa_ .4...;;! 11 Ms iipll| *_|I.TOraiiroriiy Arl I ill operating covering (115) share him when one barked op from the In advance always at these
e M a4Ar_ ......N..__L9j 1. Ita nA U'te At..Or.Cur J...L. 11 Up title In Dade County. Florida and priee
THOMAS COSTIGAN, (Seal) I!, rear. knocking MrJ Ban from the Tss Mrrsondue,
1 the making and selling of abstract or I ,u....
aa.lttaafay 11a17 Ba.ltDatlr. I.. 111 EDWARD Seal track and nt ,
XATTOBTBBAJTCK. BURKE. ( ) I crashing one of hi* lee *o t
searches of title therefrom. ( .. .
Bally JOHN F. OLIVE. (Seal) ,I badly that It had !'Ito be ampatated.Thraccldent ,
ly. IT Article Three. The amount of tbe

p is s 4 4t p ..... .............. l JM jMHtfc ... .H_.t.M ..*r sr* 00 capital stock shall b tb01ll&llddollM1l W. W. ERWIN. (Seal) I;.: I* d"Plt deplored.-& !
II Ma '- .. ... .. Jk *-* -". -................ .. L* ISfa /1 Fifty S. L. PATTERSON. (Seal)I Banner.
U 45* 1 p _._ .___+, ._Jhahlj B. _...,. ..........4.._.. l TMaTMa. 5 (50000.00, divided Into !lYe j aCooley &
110 I t1 I .... I.L.. ..... .* i 5 1$P Hooper
U M 4$ P *.... .**> ::4) ._JujfsVtw_.....->.:..r., L t 1a a IS pIEMIl1SULAP hundred share of the par value of STATE OF FLORIDA. MAKE3 A CLEAN SWEEP.There' I

One hundred dollar k .
$100.00)) eat ,
AID. CCClDHtTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT KIAIH.UM COUNTY Oft DADE: 'I nt Rut FSllte uJ Iltltll A4t1ts
I I which shall be payable at the option nothing like doing a thin I
On this day personally appeared before
m.... 1011147150 *T UK vrra tn*_ Mh OF ni p. a o. L s. COMMNT POI of the corporation la cash or pni>r-tjr,, Thomas thoroughly. Of ail the Salves TO* :I -
Costlgan, Edw
real or personal Just ralvatlon me actI heard of. Buckles i' Aralca Salr t.1. : list Y Pro Win
HAVANA KEY WEST AND NASSAU. t a Burk. John F. Olive. W. W. .n. ''! |i oar erty rkL
to be fixed by the Board of Director j the Ut.1. It ..c..aj}; airy and ear I.
and 8. L. Patterson to me well knows J _
o Thaw TlBM T.MM ikow the Mav*at which train mar ha ..-..d to arrtm.. .... _.. U the person described In. and who ''I Day property, oj.
lha arevral tat their rrrral .. .. ._ for that purpo !, cars erapUon and pile. It* with ripana. nRhta. 1I1Chl .
few
4h a lha ,hoi4 luall raapuamib "(o aay. delay w aay ecaiM<|a arUtaf thar subscribed their to the foregoing a
name only 2ic, and guaranteed to give I&t.1|I _Ia."a walk "f the ..........;_.. ''
Article Four. This corporation shall | articles of Incorporation a* and IhfacUon. BT all draggtcU. o' II lami .....1I1'60 feet oil bey aM J

"or C.,y .f the IOCAL T KX: CAKD ee Other iBformmtiem8XS continue and have fun power to nero for artrlof Incorporation of the dw 4110 tees deep. havisg I a log O4N 7. ,

THE rtCKET': : AQEWT." else and operate its corporate Fran Dad County Title Insurance asTrust bearing. fur treei w 1'- This IT 1$ a /Nplae. .
a wleter ""-f' -
rhlae. privilege, power and ':nmuni- =
l. De 8A8NZ8. &... Oea. Pa**. Agent.. ST. AUOUSTUnt.. ?LA./ Company and did severally acknowledge I 3 -
tie for the term of nlnety-n.la 199)! ) | that they executed the same A ........ ('rimr #
I An rnliMril man bnanl 328MIAMI. 1
the
peals from and after ,the for the purpose and aces therein expressed. 0" Brili.tassel 'k .

ment of it* corporal existence Clf'IIt'e-1 j DriiktUmr. tried for the I
i.lTrnw i.f anthortbip The *.x-u.r<1,1 i
Article Fire. The buslnem erf Oils I IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have Mho r..rmr<< >tn. of the rrrw of H. M.S .

TIM ''Y'itw of the LB *. company ban be eooduft by a hereunto set my hand and official seal food lli>|ir }.e the ....(>..ion s f her : \\\lite\ Brie Bather Sh r.

The --I 1 I j board of five (S) director, i Jll'etldetrl.// this' 29th d.of February A. t recent roy-ape.tn. .: S.."lh Afrira mi'h'thr .

." tcco.*.........: f iret Os... I I first vice-president second j I D. 1904. | .hei enlonial! a ......k>r>Cn"' 111'.i. .arri Mri.leand 'as*
I dent. secretary and treasurer, and (Seal) J. W. HORNER. Best Service in the Ci
T..n. .
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1'I U'I' tlrrrrilt.nf the other inch officer (Agents or Notary Public In and tor
...11..n. .. .
n .n. .f IkePU A.
COLBY.
Bay View M. Conolly. Pro aa from time to time be > dl61 the ':State of Florida Large .t.:..... _tlL. Proprietor,
: may app at < .
; 'I' iMiMTriiM.nirei>ee in a ifti ir< "-.-._. T.____....... ____ ,
-- .hip, l.i"I1' r' vtrar t.. therrxulai.s: <.
; j ', 't .iro frnitir( the Inwer.rrL.IMe..UtA..ri-: ,

'Me t. TtrmiM* PtO tie. onerW! that Ihr .. i
Hotel M. J. blcDonaldSAXITARY wriN'r >K inV: > earraiirnnl Clubbing I

>p the prrjiH-r i.f fmKi nrrieramt/ n..till,

1 'rli..il'Ii....." He was foiim) go> lit *nrrntinted <. @ @ Ra es.
Fla. in three nw.nth' in,pri;.oninert -

". PLUMBING and r, a r. nilh hard labor -\rmI.nd :Nat;
I Krghtrr.. You can save money b subscribing -
4 ''
PLr IBEHS'
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for the
Aa 041. ,.. pen
ra ta."I .
I .SUPPLIESCnieludidEtcd8 '' wonder if ni.v fare .. iII.h."If.. too.when you want through

L sEAth 6 -1 lam jonr at-e7" asked. tbetwrelc.rl

A iR D !I JjiBrj! ; in.in' rrariiiatr.amIion."CadouLtrdly.. in a tone redolent with The .

AH kind of wheel i I

I II for ale or rent dear.. replied the elderly
Air Li ; Rti1way 1 .e4 .. female. "and yon ought lo be { Metropolis..

I 321 1 f gal r Stmt MUml Fit;: =5McNeill thanVfnl for the lo.. of a reneron

I O I Nrti.n of jour ..... k.-Ci........ I We can give y< u the

SavanJ:1t1.: Columbia 'c am en. Soutiern! Pines.Ralaig Kmjuirer.. ---- ; Daily Times-Un on and

<. ), RichmJI1JJI v.t4hinttton. .1ltimJr". & Co. I A THOUGHTFTL MAN.I I Daily Metropo is for

I Philadclp lm. York. :
f Nfw I 10.00 a year or both-
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t'. hrea Ela ant Tr.ams. Dli y. I, ,,1.)1. Austin, of Winchester Ind, for six months fot.f .

Jl'Juj 3''N y 'rl< Li.vll ad Livery Feed and Sale Stable knew what to do In the hoar of need 'i.oo.

1 : HI. wife had such an unusual rise of
Saaboard Express; j S3 b.Jard Mail .
; 12th Street, West of Railroad. stomach and liver trouble phyilciaa alt ill

'. Mi dera '! : ..quipmentt I I We have could not help her. He thought of
gentle horses broke for )adiep to (ride and drive. nd tried Dr. King' New Lire PUll The

.ft4 4wtit..t 4 iVrrs Ua4.ILake4.bne4. itr.,.. .. _.......1..1.... r .II..II
pw.tc...I..... ti i..t.1'.e.I.rw.w .......--. tatami ......T.4..e.r..pr.a.l..5 and she got relief at once and was ,
R 4.ce". M ._.M I 111 t/ew Y.w 4. rl t w ta.IIo etr/..to st .x ,a. 1". .w Good Comfortable Carriages !lull) cared. Only 2Sr, at all dragg'M -
t- pdJsk..rtlla .....4MlyAar.asiuldtkt.VaMhkeaw. ..,....._*". ""......1...... .. *. Dally Metropohs.

Only lint )per inj} o"ily' hr.til h 1t"t'pt'rs fruD' First class Teams and dw t) .no'


t-iF .Jltl'k..ollvI[ ;1+!,. tll' Nrw, f )rlelnI +J I Reliable White Drivers. I ,! Semi Weekly .

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For full ant rnlatio I I sleeper reservation" c"ll 'MIScahiuril .ns S Igrnt of Ih. .... ... ........... ..... . ........ Bush L Safford I TlmcSt'LlJJOn .

',' or write I .
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I t Jl S. TWtfta&rrer. I $5.50 a gear

A. O. cDONNBLL' ice. sfL r.ss. 1&1- FIt "Florida) I P rtE
actsonTI11e i t'
I, as liD B kc.lstrial Record 1. I; Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly
Jr. \\at
? C. BOYLSTON. Pass. Times-Union both
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1 Publishing eo.. High Grade

F Is hxrlnhir IW.avhllcattM. .< a b.a.tif.lty iIIuraa.d 12..11, I one year.
T-- T _..lWW FbrMa ll amcr aa4 K.rmtkM. It will W. *|frt. whir.S .e.t.nau.lf. ; S2.OO.S
aJIY JAMES .. <*a dull line hi It. C4iw4 tr a c rp. .f _........ am aa4 w. .... Half tea Piano'sAND I S5SS 3
I WALTC* k. CR JACKHOX. Ja. S L PATTRKKOXDade i
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a la i r> w r. aach hire Hwh t.1.d.lalmMiaa- ,....
r,,.d.. "....r-w-& ,I 1Iec"9... Tow aN eN It -4 _r racer .............,... 0.00. I The '
"6041....T... "_ c-..vapocto ..Mn thM pablicatloa. with a .b.a-ad.wasrtpIM11i.1.4.s i I I Pompano Inn
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: C. Jach_......,t law wits -_...JT T..* ,.. will W .j*.M _sear*._h las. UcComb
Qpupty Abstract t Co.tlittospNtATsi _.._ rw. .... __ t.. I Proprietor,
K"'rry *in.... ..*. h>r c a.".wh lite hi dies.At alt sad 1w... ) '
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laJtarrftt RecorJ Coraoay*.. atrnment* Ukraja exchange. only- Produce buyers *o.

t jae aotile, n. |o-_ Toningmod reg-nUtm. Call hcitor. will fled that they *

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I i- condition at the close of business l\larch,28th, 1904. Below is a condensed statement pf the condition -

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i Report to the Comptroller of"t Currency (condensed) of the Condition of' the Fort Dallas National ;

: Bark at the close of business March 28th, L904. GAts I II
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I ; etsLiabilities..

i,I i 1''I" i I Loans and Discount i'. ., . . $163.955l4; Capital Stock i I h 'o\\ " ..I '' .$100.00000
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:, 'I Overdrafts. . ..j.]' .. . . . .,. 250 18 Surplus 1 . !' .1.. . .,.. : . f. 2.00000 ,

: J i U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation . 25,000 00 Profits . }t. .:. . .:. .: ., . 1.56 72Premium

on the same. . . . .. 1.437 50 National Bank notes outstanding.; . 25.000 00 II
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; r DadeCoun.tyBondsA. . . . / 5.00000 Deposits . .l. .,. ... .:. . . .262.07093 '

I i I Banking House.-, . . . 41.2'413 I' l'I .-

.. U. S. Bonds owned. !i. . .$56,625 ool 1 I.! J'' I

I' : Due from Merchants$ National I ; I IE I

I Bank, ot New Yoirk . 19,15988 ,I I I
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'" Due from' Mercantile Exchange I i I ;

\ .; Bank of Jacksonville 7,33613 .
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I, :I New York . . . .. 7,50020 i', ... : ";;;'" '

; Due from State Banks and I{ { i

: ; Bankers..i.; . .. 10,24908 I

; Due from U. S., Treasurer. .. 1.25000 I!

.. I, Cash on hand in vault. . 33.263 85 153.783; 60 i' I I

; 390,640 65 39O,640 65

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-- '. SCHOONER: YACHT VAt.LO. TOMATO CROP GOOD. I .

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= HOTEL ARR PALS.SLSCiYNE I Returned to Port From Fishing Bars Walter Hawkins Who Was Here I I.
Grounds at Indian Key.: I' a Few Days: Ago. j .. I l. ,
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The auxiliary Khooner yacht
; I Walter Hawkins, general agent for
; Capt. Bob I Buaby: baring onboard Ihe' trafflc department of the Central I
MeCcalt. West Paba Beach; Mr. and M".. George Van Vleck.
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.. of {Georgia Railway returned yesterday -
) WJ Blackstone.f I of New York who have her charteredfor : from a trip Into the tomato ..sec ,
_f .H.S Miami: Doha the spring months, came up this Ilion of Florida, Says; the TimesUnionof I I

r Va.; morning from Indian Key: and adjacent I Saturday.If I . . I . .-.-.-. . . .
Jouest 'E4 Maser. and,S. A. Seely: *. Atlanta tubing grounds tot supplies mall. etc, :If .
could that section !
:yon only: see
: Lnd after remaining here a few days: I}' '
said Mr. Hawkins, 'you: would have
be off again to the lower coast. I hoes
prill
I I i something to talk about for a month.
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PALM;, 1QEL I The Sawallo came np the coast yesterday Shoes
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i "Down at Caller at a point 383 miles,
Mrs.iJ.V I Kanla. M. at Reed. and her crew and guests had I i
below Jacksonville, W. .1. Peters and i
loan; M at B. M. Barnard, Grand Rap- a proper taste of the furies of old Neptune
John T. Peters have three hundred I
Mrs. Edna' Alston, Doing: In1/ all' The I t i
ida..WJc } when It 1s Its glory. .
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and fifty acres In tomatoes and it Is
F.. L. Cprwln. James F.JMead. .JackaoavQIe noble craft was buffeted about considerably 1 one of the prettiest sights I ever look- I; II I . .: . .
; ipae Patton ;Atlanta Jon V. : but weathered the elements I ed
0 Singer i laarnnah.r without a mishap.' Mr. and Mrs. Van j upon. I
"I spent one day: at the farm They: S !
I 1 Vleck are enthusiastic :yacbtmen and I ..
,BOARD!I OF TRADIC.-l'rMld8t) rather enjoyed: the tossing they: got. I have two large parking' houses and .
they: are working there from early: J j aJFrr
advisable wa1 until
Browa thinks tt to meeting I They: report I tarpon'plenUful! at and morn to late la the evening and the I : ;
a
night to one
next Tuesday '
about Indian |{ey.: and although they: i I '
day five
spent
Trade Secretary they shipped ear
of them
of the Board got several I none were landed I !' :
load. .
Blackman la absent 'omth;: dty'and meet- but they: are going bark and will not "Tomatoes and I bringing good prices, ,, . o I, '-t.--. .
notice baa been seat out for a
DO leave agate until j. era: have been
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sAc tonight. The regular:meWlngjwin: captured. They: also! report the yacht, crate netting for the choice growers to |2 for from fancy.Jl.25; per I I"Something II : ............-e-...e...........NN. . ..N . . . . . ... f.'
be held. next Tuesday'might, : : Edria. CaM. B. BalL with Mr. and Mrs.I
of the bountiful crop ;
: Wyeth: aboard at Jndlsn Key: havinga I I Ii !
A..SLOAN ON TRIAL.la ', that ls being gathered can be arrived :f !
t good time. The houseboat Vaga-
I- |lat fro.ia the shipment that moved on :
bondia with Mr. Will Mellon and /amUy !
CouBty Court oa Charge i < Cruelty last Clyde' ship. There were 12,. ,
To AalmalaThe I : aboard and these.Next several. other pleasure ((1100 crates of fine tomatoes, or more : > 000000t oooooooot ooooooooooo
crafts also
are i
:than twenty-four carloads. And this :
panel of: :twelve Juror* to serve season Mr. mad )Ira. Van Vleck i was but one, ahpment From the section t WHITE I : HENS
will be here la their own :yacht which I. I
: court shim week 0!wa.+ I speak of tomatoes will be mov hoes
la the ,county t
1s building at Tottenville Staten Is BLACK Sh0es g LADIES S
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aeleetlon ; In large quantities' for a month to ;
completed Urt ;night lit; ike land' The :yacht Will be of the same come J! i TAN !
CHILDRENS
of the following person;: K. Dora, size as the Granatsa owned by: Mr. N. 'I "Another large farm Is that of Ea !I .i
t. .. M. George but will be larger by about :, I
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Co P. Filer. K-i; F. M | :Arold. > telling Bros. at Cutler. TII"1bue' one 4 4 .

A. K. Bogus. &J s. Singleton, UK. ten feet la length specially, Bad corresponding i I 1 hundred and seventy-five: acres, and -oooooooooooooooooooooooooo. .4
be m. It will be designed for ,
K. M. Large U A. the fruit U beautiful
Williamson., I I '
cost and Inland cruising and will ;
Cooley. ;W. D, Born R. T. Stlley: and bate every comfort and convenience.The !I They: are going to send up a few H. ,I
crates to be displayed: la my: office
W. P. Peterson! design was drawn! by: Mr. R.
: I Cocoanut Jl.1 I window, just to show what kind of tomatoes .
_convlaed Monroe of Grove who ;
This morning the court at I that section Is growing" .
signed the GranstsaSTEPHEN I I "
14 o'clock and at once proceeded to the ,I The tomato sectionlies between Miami -

:, bostnes before It. POWERS IS DEAD. :l' and art Landerdale.J with ItornDelray 0000000 .

}I Henry Price colored: wan arraigned.I i I I tog and as I heavy ihlpplu i i I I
CIa a charge of carrying concealed weapons i Stephen Powers, editor of the agricultural -j i I points Extra: trains have been put on LEATHER
and plead aot guDty. 0 I department of.the I Timer the! Florida East Coast Railway for

Lottie Parker', colored: plead guilty Union, and secretary of the State Hortlcultnral handling the business, which Is expected : I LINEN Shoes

to using :profanity public and was Society: died at his home! to last for more than a month i: CANVAS '
.... tl'.and costs or twenty day tn In Jacksonville Saturday afternoon i yet
,.0. His death will be a loss to pie whole w i -
MOVING HIS MILLS.-Mrl C T !
u'r Ii Sou pi DOt guilty 10 ,the State because clbla'creat familiarity I I II
\'- ekarge cI erHI wtt I aatm.Is. end wan with the agricultural !land lIortJ<'ul- I McCrlmmoa ls now engaged la Uorlng Z: I ecooooooooooooooooooooooooS

p1a.d' Jr. trial \ the following Jurj tural conditions and the splendid his saw mills one to Snapper creek

.1. C. F. Flier, K. F. Martin. work be did for many: yean! la telling and the other to a point between Ben i I All kinds of Best High: Grade Shes at

Jaiaea Arnold. A. K Bogus & 8. Single, of :the advantages of, Florida along son's. and No Man's prairies. The
I and L. K. ,..n1l__. The bear- these lines. For fourteen :years he was I i .
lag; U being eoatlaaed this afternoon. .I editor of the Farmer and Fruit Grower planer slid neremary: machinery' ls being

Judge Heyeer: directed that Alfred ],aad, his name la familiar la almost : moved to a point about a mile Sewell Shoe Store

HID. mow serving aa a prisoner on the',every household.He north of Miami and lumber from the .; I
eouaty chain gang be brought Into was *4 years! of age at the time J mills will be brought here to be'
Uetlfy M a wttaeee IB the caae of the of his death aad was in for several ,I dressed. A mill shad for tha planer! i
State .a.. Baaa Knight charged withassselt weeks. He leaves a wife and four rchildren. 120 by W feet has been bunt and I'I i 304 and 312-12th St.

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