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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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a* the contracting carpenter ."Cb. A STORM IN TEXAS THE EARTH QUAKED I GULF COAST TRAGEDYFour : J

BUILDERS:; eloquent to unjust at/ he time said.and Mr.closed Snell his got speech very Persons Drowned Monday at COUNCIL(


by dedicating to the contracting builder Sutherland.'

a poem entitled "They Want the I 1 I '
L Mr. 'I Tampa April 7.-News was received
ORDINANCE( Snell Earthf*nd Other put up carpenters strong appeal followed against Causes loss of life and Serious ..- la, I la and! Caused Death of here yesterday afternoon of a dreadful PROGEEDlN6S'

the bl'lAtur' Jury to Many. Twenty-five Persons. disaster which occurred Monday
this the council took up the afternoon near Sutherland on the gulf

-.emrje of trouble" Mr. Hahn was coast of ibis county-th* site of theMethodist I '

opposed to blacksmiths being Included seminary. !

la the bill because they have nothing :I From the details received It seems \What Was Done by This j

l Defeated by y, Unanimous to do with building a house, and upon Several Ruth s DemolsW i -S ow and. Many (Otbecj Injured aid flf leei Hudrtd I that Prof. Walker of the Seminary, 1

1H I motion this line of work was ellml- Sleet h Missouri kterr* Telegraph. /Hoists Destroyed. Canstod Great Ms- and his wife' Miss MsRae teacher of August Body last Night.

f. Vote of Council : nated.!' latin and history, and her aunt Mrs. ,
aidTelepboM SenIu.I tress to Several Ylayets.
; I ; : Mr. ;JWharton believed a graduated O'Connor, of Atlanta; Miss Slaughter
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... !' 0 tax- ach line of contracting to be aseMd :i I of Jackson Ca. sad Miss Newton art

'" 'I Instructor went over to the light house ;
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work ',perlonnecl. H* wa also opposed I i on Egmont Key on a pleasure trip In I
i EXGIIING DEBATE Houston Tex April Conlderble Vienna. April S.-A dispatch to the I
AFTER /Ito foremen on Job being amenable {a boat sailed by Oscar Bourlaad. They
damage wa don an over the State New Frets Press say an earthquake
t ti to 4 license, because U so compelled were" caught on the Key by the heavy. 1
but Bight heavy hall and windstorm 4 killed twenty-fire and Injured I
i by a on April
i= |the bill would be nothing more gale, but attempted to return to Sutherland

l- l I than j jaaj occupation tax which the south of Nexia. forty penoaa.nrt.eea despite' the great danger. The Most Be Kept t Clean of Trash ud 4
John Ballard wife and child were hundred house were destroyed I
; Mad (I for council, under Its charter could not Inflict. boat must have capsized on the way'
M ht.-Iot Fight < I He also thought the minimum killed outright.aad their,home demol and great distress caused In to the mainland. Obstacles-HuM# .f City to Be .
ished. Nine other wer seriously Injured the Vilayet of Kossovo and Saloalcsx l
Its AJobUoi by t'ors' contract price of $5 too low and wanted ; I Alarmed at their long absence '
It lacreaMd to $50. three of whom are, expected to Macedonia searching parti' were sent out and holed After-The Amoot of :

WIllIe+ Mecha.luj) Vlflorosly J0pposd -. la all of these objection be was *u*> dl.. Several residence and other buildIngs ,. this mornlni Prof. Walker and Miss .finances Hand Other ha
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were demolished and the Inmate PNEUMONIA KILLS THEM.
Ulaed: by the other members and It Newton were found unharmed.

the BBMIeiBbers. | ofCourJmBe became evident that the bill wa not Injured. They were ineonsdous when discovered portant Bosiaess Transacted ,

Favorioa OrdtoacceDU IB popular favor with the board. BLIZZARD The Climate of 81 Louis Does Not but were at one taken to Owns *
A RAGING.
Mr. :J8har! wanted all occupation Sjolt the Filipino and at last accounts were recovering. Before Adjooriaeit.
St. Joseph. Mo. April. .-A blizzard '
Not Like IU' Co tniclla. excluded|except contracting builders, The bodies' of the other member
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has been raging her sine early morn 8L LoahvAprll S.-A third death (
and painters.Pretideat of the party have not been recovered. -
plumbers Ing. Snow sad slt have seriously since their arrival la St. Lout twoweeks
Rainy did sot Ilk the Mil Nearly all J the men of that section
interrupted telegraph and telephone ago occurred tonight among the
at an and ...... that the city attora of are oat In boats and riding the beeches Th. regular meeting of the city council
MrYfce. member
+ native J'OI"Ballo", a
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ADthtssih the dty''!attoraey gild tt y h* asked for farther advto Others the trlb*'of Negrito. died of pnn- searching for then was held last night with Prialisst

was kttal. admtoslbte mad,. th* eaar> voiced similar opinion; Mr. Hahn. ; DIED r AITI G. aoaJa a&the Mslapay HocpltaL Baslo All of flits party were member of Reify and members ,...." ,.,...-
who .to a _tnctor. finding.., 4.> the faculty of the Sutherland seminary
tar .C tt* dty .l MUml aid U ...- was mayor of his. aatlv village Ba Mrs. O'Connor tick Hahn Seltzer Wharton sad Wflson. .
feeta to the bilL He told of the eompUcatlonS scent of Atlanta who
law After Fast of Forty Duration ffi t-. His wit. end daughter ar*
with the State savese.ebr. : tman. among .
ebemity, I that would arts la other was here to visit her alec. Miss :MeRan. a fun board present. In the ah.senee
dlh* _tin Year-Old Girl Dies. the members of the tribe BOW quartered ,
of th dty eo
s matter It this ordinance was passed, and the boatman Mr. Bonrtaad.Prof. .. of Clerk Kclhus Marshall "...
**vajood. at th* CaarUI d. Flllplso at tileworW'
bosri-last. Bight :jragtotnd .specially that of the building laspee- .- 8. W, Walker president oil theseminary sagas was sworn to act as clerk. i
hearty Totes icalaat tbs Appletoa. WU, April .-Llxxl* Hatsheim. Fair.
strong tor said :rule preeerlMag his duties I la ono of the beat known
MO kaowa U eounefl part ae* as orAHaBM aged u -. to dead after a After rending and approving &Hmhlatee
which was eoatemplated. whichIt Bad most highly esteemed Methodist
No. 4 A. M&'other rise aa act fast of forty 4 ays. undertaken with ANGLO-FRENCH!TREATY SIGNED. of two previous meetings_the
would be Bcary to have If this ministers la the South. He to wen
a: tai! ipso the deliberate iittempt, It to said to Part April t.-The Associated Press '
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tatead to Doers became a law. known and has hosts of devoted board got down to boslaess and tt ... .
sad builders of ( per ..- end her life, from which all pleasure learnt througa prlvat* adriee from II
eoatraetors this manner the good and bad of friends la Tampa. The other members 12:30 o'clock this morning before an
had bees abandoned by coutlanon ill London that the Anglo-French colonial
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ordinance west and down fort of the faculty aIao have acquaintances
up adjournment was taken, the best part .
treaty) agreements
This Mil bad become: famous. It had health since her With. Including relative to '
hoar until II:IS o'clock when, and friend hem.
before the city fathers for three "" Morocco,?Egypt and New Fooudland mast of several hoars being dvoted to considering 4
ses upon motion of Mr. Lammu the aye i The wind have reached a great
mibs or more and after(:several attempts an* aays were called and without a ;WILL NOW BE GOOD. has been signed.DELOS velocity at Sutherland-whkh to righton and discussing tile building ,;.lye:: I

x Vbad pasad the second reading dlawatlng vote the bill wa killed.Ordinance on gulf shore!-.yesterday, as It was contractor ordinance, an account of .t- ,'"
: and was up to the third sad final Law Begin to'' Reign la BreathlttJackson. 8. MILLS DYING. which elsewhere In this f
blowing .
No. 1 A. a I slater Mil to .. a gal here.Th appear paper.
Ugtion last night The bin was onen4veentej proscribing Co.aty, XI'.o:: s. frT distance front Anclote U ascertained that for same
N4.4 A, sad : for a building prlrr-Ueloi to Sutherland ( wash; w
J ;. by the contractor*""*sodn- Inspector, .practically received Its death : D', E-Iilhs to about seven mUes. :aad the eauae the Ire hydrants authorised purchased .. .g t 1"I
sad eppoMd by the carpenters andmerhsnlrf Ky.:April *.--County Judge the oldest traveling man la the United .
ties belt: though official action laid It oa water to very' shoal most of the dis- at the first meeting la March
sad Its defeat .to a victory tile table Indefinitely. .James Hargto today Issued a warrantof States, to dying at]his horn here H* tuft! but the water to quite deep. had i| not been ordered and President
though each and arrest for Bummer Splcer who last 'was on the road for fifty-seven' years I Isecond % >
for the Apposition Th killing of these bill was a ;victory the south end of Anclote Key ReID) announced that h* would {look rafter
council In voting shot and killed Gen and to W old. A short time ago
member of the Saturday evening yean
every for the earpeateno f the city:and where the llghthouM to located. the matter at once.Mr. -1
with Johnson the he and hi. wife celebrated their six, I
river
to kin the bill did so an expression then was much gratification expressed on Kentucky tea 1 Wilson notified the board !thatthe
that! they are la favor of a con- mile from Jackson. Th warrant ty-first wedding arivenar H* to 'Wing fi
I when the matter had ben ended. BLAIR'S INStECE POLICIES. i of a water pipe in Ole city
Praetors tax. but sot IB sympathy with wa given 'to Deputy Sheriff Hiram suffering from Internal Injuries and I cemetery' had been finished aid a A l

and tenor of the act before Center who I* known a* one of the fractured rib, Ole! result of a taiL *
wordlrr Claimed Th. ,
tb* SOCIALIST PARTY MOVES. ; He Obtained Them' byi I voucher for $22 was ordered drawn t*> ,_.:
&MIL Then there was a doubt ex- most fearloM officer In Eastern Ken I I' i, Fraud. F. M. Scruggs la payment for the sam*. ?:f
the legality of the bill and tucky. It [is generally expected that HOTEL THIEF IDENTIFIED.Negro .
., Their Headquarters An to be Moved A' communication was received rom 'i

_anthem? of th*'board to asks It f to Chicago.Omaha. he win secure Spleer arrest and bring I Who Robbed-Guests at Palm I St. Louis, April S.-In aa amendedbill the I:Austin Western' Co, of Chicago, recommending -
favor of deferring him to Jackson filed la the United '
a tow. Some were In tonight j Beach Hotel Captured at Cincinnati. State Court their hickory fibre broom 1

action foj further legal advice others April 8.f-Aitant National I today, aa Insurance* company which Is weeper' for the streets. of Miami After -

favored the restriction of certain. Secretary# W. E. Clark of the Socialist ROOT VS. HARRIMAN.To I resisting the pa of policies for discussing this Mr. W I Irse
matter
II A special from Cincinnati says: life
trades fa uded.lwail! still others favored -' party today Mated that Ole remit I Mrs. John C. Burns arrived here' today $200,000 on the of James L. Blair, was authorized' to Investigate fn tber .1

immediate! action (either to kill of the referendum rote now about com Prevent Latter From Getting Control I from New York to identity Jewelry recently deceased. who ma general the efficiency' of hand Keeper' bffore

It or make It a. aw. and upon motion i pleted. I would have the effect of removing of Northern' Pacific,. Ry. fonod In the possession of JamesTaylor I counsel for the .\'orid's Fair charge "action U taken. r,

by Mr. Lamm the suggestion the national headquarters from 1 that Blair obtained the policies by A communication WM read from .,
New York, April $.-The announcement colored who admit having + w
and resulted IDU No. New] York to Chicago.: ( frau.1 '
prevailed .
Tip Anderson' Camp ( C. V. to Mayor
= stoles' the Jewelry' from a hotel at :
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has been made of
matter noth the engagementof I
4 A becoming < I. reused
8e"'f'IJ..d' the member of the
Palm Beach. Fla. She 'I' J
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accompanied !
Ellhu Root to represent the North- ,
lag mores : PANIC -IN: requesting their attendant at the! M t
The sabstaae of th 1 ws to fix BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED era Securities Company ;In the fight by )lr: and Mrs. Charles W. Dabb. TENEMENT"OU
mortal Day exercise. April 2C. The
." $ *uch to prevent Hartman obtaining controlof of New York. Mr. Dabb I* on., of the ,
a tax upon Na..m. invitation wa accepted, aad the clerk ,
proprietors of the Hotel Nn t
the Northern Pacific R .. resultof
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aseoatractlBg. brtckmaaoas.carpe. plasterers plumbers.Unaera. blaekimlths. j! BY KING'IGHRisTIAN. the distribution of Northern Securities land York HoteL and Is also the owner of the Le- a CAUSES I of notified Tige,Anderson to so inform Camp.the Commaa4r ..

boatbuUders aad!every line ...u. ;K
I Taylor wa brought Into the presence Mr. Lnmmns. of the finance roa"r
hsckaaiy work contracted for and tee, reported a balance on hand in the "oj
ALFONSO TO DIAZ: of tile two women whose Jewelryhe I INJURIES. .
shove t& Is valu* Sever J members of .
I* charged with stealing and wa treasury of $8,75132. He aim aald that
the eoatraetors serodattoa wer pre I there were now part due aad which '":
fully Identified by both. The identification -
Assuring him that Attempt Hi Life
la advocacy of the >U|. wall as oa
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of the made the bank had protected not* aa4 g
IS Unfounded.Geroaa. Jewelry wa complete -
easy more of the JourBymeacarpeaUrs | : by the production by Mrs Burns I'draft amounting to 11354 2S, sad w

wen there to fight for the defeat 'Copenhagen April $.-King ChrisUaa Spain April (.-King Alfonao of a diamond that was missing from Omaha April !'I.- Kirk Anderson which amount pon motion ass ordered

*C what they; termed :ja. i gatlaw act today celebrated his eightieth today received a congratulatory, one piece when It ..* stolen. Taylor and two babies 'were' fatally Injured paid.

Mr. Woodruff of the contractors assoeatioa. birthday la excellent health. United telegram This leaves the city with but a little
on his escape from aaalna-l confused and AId he and a confederate In lodging house fire here today. John {
..*especially Inl tje erestod In' la the States Minister Swensea conveyed to,iou yesterday at Barcelona -om Presl-j whom be refused' to name took the more than $''.ono to Its credit' to run
of the ordinance i *d espousing Pearson, a flremso. 1s also probably
Bvasag the King congratulations from president -, dent Diaz of Mexico. Jewelry and divided It between them out the fiscal year. Mr. Lnmmna aM 1
his cause said th*< 1 1 was:,for the fatally hurt.Several '
Roosevelt. In '
answer to a question that the
I Th* King replied assuring the president Mrs. Burn, when asked to Identify
poll of the earpeaterjaul j laborer as Congratulatory telegram have bees that Ole report that the explosion b>r elf. said she wa Mrs. John C. families occupied' the apartments monthly expenses of the city I I. about ;
wen the contractor that $fh* bill .
as received from all sovereigns. Enormous was aa attempt on his life to absolutely C. Burn, and that the name Inscribed sad the alarm of fire caused a $ OO. ;

gould becomes: tow.! H* said that crowds thronged the vtdnlty of i unfounded. on the Daughter of the Revolution Mr. Hahn of the street cum mlU..,
er.a'od panic. Anderson Jumped) from a third
7eatsids mechanics come taU th* palace when the monarch with the badge was her name It I* now said reported that the Eighth street ever
eoatracts for work at such figures! as King I story window and his wife threw the work
and Queen of England appeared CAUSING HEAVY LOSS. that Instead of taking Taylor back to had been] finished' and that the

to make ltd!:almost Impossibl for horn on the,balcony. I II Florida for trial b* win be tied here' I children from the same plao Other wa satisfactory a Mr. Hahn uggete4.

tabor 'to exist. ,By protecting bom* lodgers were' rescued' with difficulty. that a "remedy be found for merchantssweeping :
Plttaburg. April 8.-The nail department for bringing stolen good Into the ,
..eoatraetors they would be able to bay IN FRENCH CARE. and the
paper train Into
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dwel4 J I of the Americas Steel A Wire State. i;
better wages H* at length upon street and blocking th_ldewalk with
f-- Company' plant at Raskin burned today CALLED TO WASHINGTON.Owing *
who; ,a4.a.a.n of| 'bc wdlnance Russians Leave : bicycle rack show
searing o Their Interest In causing a Ion of from. $17S.QOO to HOTEL SAN CARLOS. -. caw, etc.
and was persistent I. It* adopOthr Korea This brought: on discussion and the
There .
supported $300,000. were employed In the to the Swage Impeachmentcase 4
&l01I. eoatractor his Hotel Name Avoid council *4. a whole agreed that .
mffl ISO m... and they will be given Palm Change to the
'ytewL St. Petersburg April $.-It .to which cam up la Washington
aa- employment elsewhere. la the building Mall Complications.Owing street' must be kept eleaa and lde-
Mr. 8nn. of the carpenters union.wa Bouaced la coBMqueace: of the departure yesterday before the House of Repre- walks clear. On Avenue D. between .
'' were 250 nail machines of aa exceedingly I .
equally as persistent 'against the of Raglan troops fro Korea that complicated character and to similarity la name, Royal _tat1.... Congressman Robert W. Twelfth and Thirteenth streets obstruction d

bm al-Mr. Woodruff ...1 i[for It.. He the protection of' Russian Interests la of great value as Well as 1.000 kegs of Palm and Palm Hotel thereby causinga I Davis has been forced to cancel his political oa the sidewalks were said to lie

protested. maialy I against th* clans that country has been entrusted to the confusion la mall and other matters I numerous, at time It being almost Impolitic t
Ball, which
wen; more or lea dam appointments In the State eo aa
making foremen amenable'to; th* contractors French diplomatic sad consular representatives. proprietor Cut. Ai Muller of for pedestrians to Upon
pan.
The !!
aged. origin of the are to unknown. tbe''
license nod ptvserlbinc that latter house, todayl' changed its to be oa hand when the Swayn matter I motion the marshall wa anthorlzed

nay person who Contracts for work,ctti and In the future tber* will exist the came up. Th indications are that the. to notify merchant and other sot to f

i and over ahal) pay said, tax, sad be WATERS ARE FALLING.Evusvlll HURRICANE AT,MONTEVIDEO. San Carlos. : Republican leaders will try to have deposit trash la the street and to keep

teal a+-tractor. B* dwelt upon -- -1Montevideo. Mr. Muller say Oust!j all of last season the Impeachment' proceedings against. th* sidewalk clear.

hard k!.* such M th{ bill would 1 : *. lad.. April I-Th* waters April, S.-A hurricane h* had a treat teal;ct trouble with Swayn dismissed, so there to great, Upon motion of Mr. Lammas the k p

talk nnoa '>meeUaka and said|If'|'ftpss.d : U Southern ladlaaa are slowly receding has caused considerable damage to mail for his house th* balk of It being need for every Democratic member of sanitary committee was anthorftwl to

they Wo.Ji become Lbs ....I. sad th. enaction to greatly tm- property her. Several vesMl* have rat to tile Royal Palm and soot times the Have to lie oa hand. put the city damp grouad a UlUtarJ'L

stoves and serf; to' the eon tractors. provtag. At. Ttaceaa high- winds. are been driven ashorjt la the harbor ta-: held then several days before a* Cot DMa eoedenUou man.j coadlttoa.! The committee was also anthorlxed -

.'Then too. tb*. MU wns WT *s sad. na- i threatening th* lena It Is believed eluding the Britisa steamer Otterspol. would get 1C la many instances letter and although h* to Is tile midst of a I to purehaa disinfectants for

>lilt iscsun lit|l ;taxed an euntiactots that the wheat erop Is the flooded district from the Clyde for Montevideo and: can him-"opened by mistake." vigorous political campaign down her use at the mouth of the Seventh street

allk. Th. painterand! ws to raised sad win be a'total loss the Italian hark'!' AageUa -- I sad It to to avoid a repetition of this h* being a candidate for Governor be.1 sewer la the jail and :wherever *to*

y'get a. scale pi, tion, of the The Good situation lav Obio' L ready which arrived at Montevideo. March 11.I trouble next eaoa that the Barn of nevertheless ha gone to Washington' seeded the elt). la this connection

work on a hoes..'. are taxed .. mch- ,!aproft4.1' fromCadU. ': this popular BOBS* has been:changed. to do his duty. (Continued ai eiiat& pacr)' .
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J. O. Rhod. Jl W. Noyelty
"r .. !"....-t lark. P. C. ROM. e. J Premiums on U. S. bonds. 5,412.50 J I CHAS H. tRTHSIDE.

t .j..l.ut"t.i>srJ.iitsr.q SUM ks. securities, etc .. 5,0001 00 I IL I
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a. U Ut* JMlKf.KbYitMli rake, Gaston Reilly. J. BIouglaa4 WORKS
.... to Mat* nfBrligr BsaklnK house furniture CHARTER.
Sr .. ,"" .......101.I.. l I.i a>klrrt. E. B. Rush Dr. W. B. la now In operation and ready to r*%
.10....Ji........ .14'"I. I Doro. J.IK., Rllmph. Edw. and fixtures . . . 41.214! 1: The undersigned person C. L. F. calve orders. ,

I 1 l. l.. toolS: I 1HR. Erwin W. W. R.III..I'IIOD. C. H. Due from National banks Robinson, T. M.I I Leonard J. F. Olive. FOR ANYTHING IN i

: 13r. Humph. Geo.Frlssell i 1 (not reserve agents) . lS. 9.t6 E. A. Han and Chas H. Ganhsldithemselves .
-' ...)" /' T !tllt.trrr, kvpYdk. Enloe O. WOOD NOVELTIES.
Boa '1.1..a.'.-. ..t..t\ i>n_ti.aMIE i0. C. 8alrord. L. B Due from State bank and hereby associate togetherfor t. Window and door wladoi

.. .. .. ... 25,083: 4 [ screens
i 1:. .. (' "". : Flanagai R. B. s..well. E. O. bankers ? the purpose of becoming Incorpo1 and dor frames store fixtures' stall

rDr...",", et 4.r.. II the Cmt Count\) Frederick J. B. danlb J. a.F Due from approved 8erve rated'under chapter 4S: S of the Act work inside trimming of all kind*..

I B<-.. KoW. A I.., Ii Til. .. I rasa. J. 8. Solmer. c. FiGerla ; I agents .. .. .. .... .. 19.t59.lS! of A. D. 1901. of1, the Laws of Floridi
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i Xmd I'I ri.t d partBatsMIUXCRS.
,. saw t t&AILlll''U .I ..\(. 1. P. Bmlth. Julius I Checks rnd other cash The following U the proposed ...har.I' R. S. WILSON.

t: Girtman. Jam :;toD man. F. n. Items .'. .. .. .. .. .. l,50Si :.. for the Intended society and club: I 1 CONTRACTOR: AND BVILDER..

f..l lou'vh. G R SlIlur. A.. E. I Notes of other national Article 1. The name of the society

I B.8......,...I....tlUki... kVK.B.B > }Cbalr.... Caurler! T. N. Sbanrhan M. II mb"lk. . .. ... .. .. 1.2S3.C:: and club shall be Miami Gun Club. i PLAwa Awn 5PECIfCATIOXB.

L "" ; r&1bam. B. John Fractional paper currency T ,
t "jI.dtllTiB Sewell .
c. Du a. .lr t k I tth principal office at Miami. Dadrounty. '
\ Be.4q&l trrA M4 ;iBi.r .l u.. BnrdJf O.rthBlde. C.t. Seymour. R. H. nickels and cents :. .... ..T499.tO

t.... _. J ramliclC. J. C.. .....t.... J. P. Lawful money nerve la '. FloridaArticie Are You Going to Build ?
i.. :. The general nature of the
ill Mxl :)1VIs. 'u. Gallatt. F. Shaw H. B. Bank vlx.:
: Object of the corporation society and<
;...a B. r-l' 11\ :MlaaiL t OauUer. R. B. Taylor R. R. Specie . . .1-2.121 90 aJt1
7,25001 club shall be the development and perfection I f so or it need building material of
J. L ,
f L ....)& um PJlT&ICi Grimng. A. M. Turnigs Legal tender notes you
UD -) Glrtman W. H. Tatum, B. B. ----r-, 29.9779 of skill on the pert of.the club'smembers kind, you should not Jail to see '

: = i."ht.C:: :: I H&1.... J. IL Tatum, J. IL Redemption fond with U. 3. i in the art of wine and trapshoo'ing

Hill. 1. E.I Treasurer (5 per cent !lof 1! and also the entertainment'

DE COCKTT BgPU8gNTAVIVg.Vnkaai I Hunter. J. O. Watson e. H.I circulation! .. .. .. ..0' .' 1.2500 of clubs of similar kind and of mem-

t W. Klaf. raUord! I I Hill, William. Whorton r. H. l bers of such clubs In friendly contest J A. McDonald !

DAD&; cucyrr orncKniCMMf Hetherington )(. F.""hlt.. K. Lj Total .. .. .. ... ......:9O.6t1).6 of skill In wing and trap shooting; and .

Jadsv-AllFa g. ,.... Mlwri. I H.'IeI'. A. E. W 511. T. A- UABIUTIES. also the giving ot prize to persons ,

-'I *U.rsr-4 T. Kawnirt Whaler H. T.Hahn. I of skill ,
t Hari W. W. competing In contests at wing I '
? Hart Uirralt Cart sad ..tertt' < Drr4 Capital stock paid In .. .. ..$ion.oono Rpllm In l-s) ib.: Laths.SIil.tle.. ltosldl.ss.C..l.f.. Brick U..,

-LCI.-kMir-Juks.frooori.COOMSM MKBL(ran.&'; F. W. Worle. O. A. I Sill plus fund ..... .... .. .. 3,000.0 and trap (.booUnl.I 111) Cemeat, Plaster Hair Eta ,

i I Hughee. W D. Wtison J. I. less Article 3. All member of this club I lards sad 0IIea.4_.. D.... 14th Bweet
Undivided proflta, JI, r.:ioclariiT, M*-TkM. II...... cat -. J. W. We04worUa. J. F. I
Horner shall be gentlemen of at least twentyone .
pen,. and taxes paid. .. 1.5697 I
.. ii.ri.irr T }-> II. lrka MUsU.Tn Jones. )(. E. WII- R. B. of and shall be admitted
..m-C.H. Kulrncai. JllaKi. I National Bank note outstanding years age.
... .. Kolb A. J. XlIDUI- e. Lj MARKEV
POWERS' MEAT
aiit si to membership said club by a majority -
yasLI..sect..Burma > :. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 25,000.4)Due
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surd Ovaly Cn r. j to other National Banks %.:90.05 vote the i
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1.- -- .I-L.- -. WrI Pal. Beack; r.c. I ROBBED THE GRAVE. '
,...Iwr. \ M IIIOM. rsYord Due to State bank andbankers of this dub.ArtI..le.4. .
... l1lri.4. A. r41rbst. o..r..lard.ran.ard. A startling incident U narrated b)' I Choice: lines (Florida Western Meats.
'- .u. a Pork
;,. -. K.C.Dnukara.jCWtk *.4 aadltar .. .. ... ...... .. ... 195.51'ue The term for which this
I : of follows
Oliver
Phlladelphli.
John as
.. o II"'". : to trust companies and club I* to exist U twenty-five )'eara. I Sausage Hams. Poultry, etc
awful condlUoiMr ..
in
'I. : I was an
ciitcrrr WILT or CEVKTUI jrtucuiciictiiT .. savingbank I .. .... .. ... 1J5000 'Article 5. The name and'residence 20$ AVITSCE p. i I' MIA"L rUMtlDA.
skin waa almost yellow, eyes sunken .
I '........... DHe.... a41.t o.jwtle .1 tongue coated pain continually t. individual deposits subject to of the subscriber are M follow:

'.$r+.k I.-.MI..... ,""-.. TltayrltL.> ChflC'k . ... .. . 187.797S: ''T. M. Leonard, residing at Rouses '
Pvs..ewtt.s Atmnwj-J iA Begts.. 0...... back and sides, no appetlU growing ,
st.rt.t c..n-L C ........; i..L weaker day by day. Three phyaicians Demand certificates of deposit Point FREDK. S. MORSE

I taJITrl ..4 ClmU C* n_.._w Ptrat .. .} ... .. .. ,.. ... 1187.5 : :Charles H. Garthride, residing at ,
_'. steer r.wrtl M,18 lteve.ller.I.j had Kino m. up. Then I wo.* adrlse.to
.... _..,..., stir. t'ODrtI Time certificates of depfelt :1.8<10"10 Miami. Fla.JE. .
hcrprrl4lint use Electric Bitters; to my joy the
Certified checks .. ... .... SOON :
I A. Hart, residing at Rhode Island
t DADE COCSTT ta>CBT. Bret bottle made a decided; impror REAL ESTATE.Offlrrs
.. .. 40.000.liTotal <')
United Sttot" deposits -
|j. F. Olive residing at New York.
,. Cusu y Jrln.-Au.. L Hey.er. YM.Lt..eer.l. ment I continued their UM for three i ;
.. AWxs.y-J.f. __ M Iar1. L. F. at New
Robinson residing
i weeks, and am now a well man. I : JC
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ratrr Ter.-FI. 18 .I.
.. .. .. .. ..S390.C406:
fi. .wp.MgTen.-iM ......., 1.y' know they robbed the crave" if another I port. R. L .
uwltwr .__nntMaanUf/ te July. Stall of Florida. Coi nty of Dade. ss es up stain (.or..h.. C and It tn 8't
< 4 qi1Telatl-FirMa.d., '. r. rlctlm." No one should fall to try I (ZArticle. The business of this corporation t .

.;; If,.a t4IIDOFTCtt.44ftYILLL I them. Only 50 cents, guaranteed. &I above-named I. Ceo. R. bank Gomrl.i o Cashier solemnly of swear tli shall be conducted by an Miami. Dade Co.. Florida. '

all Executive? Committee of five members '
.. I CII.j. a-t..t. : I druggtsts.dw i :.
tat the above statei fOOt I* tme to th'
w. I I
4i. -a president, a vice-president
+- I I best of my knowledg and belief.
E--r. secretary
I : and treasurer. The offlceiof
tI T secretary and t".urer.hall be LARGEST STOCKjjFancJiGroceries
Pt.-e11a4 Qserf K..d..la,aI I' 'clerkss. that serious troubl< was ex i I'n"'t-Attellt:
heluui l at le etitre. I Ir.apctal Yeny filed: by one and the same person.
*.m.l. 9 m ,.. I prted la this city Sunday night; 80 I WM. M. BROW*.
w.dewdav f .f T:...; AU an ealdnulij i !;The name of the officer and mem-
H.... 'r'.bl.I W. E.ir Tro Ii _. .erknis had things taken on appear I EDWARD U PF ADT.5E. I bars rRUITS.
of the Executive Committee who
i wR..el1j.'*._... imtrrK. Oon>. ATTIIM : ante that It was thought ihe entire FRANK T. BtT> .
C xM ..k ......-Prayer' iMctlac Wood_. i : are to conduct the bushes or the corporation VEGETABLES
.. I day and night police squads would Directors. Grain Feed and FerUlizers.PRCSM
Ikv..U.. p. "ft.. ."-U5 l lfl wkoc at N Hay
i Ep._.> Lunr.t tila i die I .... until those elected at the first ,
iki | threatrant
r
.y 'I' hare to be put on to quell I -rt..... and swlora to before nw
.. .C. A. Fl '........ I
.. _M1 r, tan L election shall be qualified are: C. L. F.
I ; trouble. Nothing 'happenedhowever I this 2nd day of April 1904. Trade
I' Yachting Specialty
.lLf'II..l Chas. H. Garth- a
I Robinson president; i
luck ;
Y. Comer AvrkM C ShJ tlFrMehlBcatllri r. and this realty good i S. L. ATTERSON.
.-- >iek a. lit...... side rice-president; J. F. Olive secretary -
Ilo..d *i ..,..: j t erMTkln at 1:*> p ... mays) lie attributed to several reaM i Notary Public
7...wtth !_|M> *.'% ,. .". ....... Epworttel.Mau. i8| one of which was the abnenciof and treasurer, and E. A. Hart T. E. L. Brady feCorCor.
..*.w. ,"* 'm,.T ****'*. *****..*.' I M. Leonard the Executive Committee |
{ .at 7:JL.,. e4rt ..11... _. <-en ln Individuals from certain A GRE.AT SF1NSATIOX. :
"I'' .....Paiiar -
I 'j''LA.I. quarters. I I of said club. -1

'_ nT.i"mr Carkm, P. E, 4......* II.... lOt.DlVf4Moral. a .: The serious of things wairnadf The organization and first annual ROCF3R8.: j
.. ,...$ II .>.hirk.! AniMia) aspect i Th..re... a big kl-nsation in Lee*- I '
5.1..1 145. w IE..., Purer T:"'. Wv4nOT known at police headquarter meeting of the member of this club Phone: 4. f
a eerwlag t :18. Heir Evhrbn, i Tllle. Ind, when W. H. Brown of that
<*..4Bisi kia rim4jleBlTrr and third tlnn7.ys a. ,' .t.n. dunk and In a manner that han I place 'who was exacted to die, had shall be held on the first Monday in I : :. .AV,. J:) a.ac- Twelfth Stl
< and ee..d tad Foortk at Corf I ", how- A. D. 1 <>5. In the city of
hot been given out It IInm" I January. !
If Iieswos a a:7 s r. \ L Feu. Kerlflr his Jlfo saved by Dr.covery King's New Disle -

........,..ar... ISIIIirir : ....c.... ... ... 1llr.rst. : i. te create the underxtandng thaI for Connumi tlon. He writes :Miami. Florida, at the Seminole Club, !
..... .* 4.... _.....1... 11 jo Iot'k i '
H- at tisrtewwor.ve had determination
formed thereafter the first In
'. ,,., s' 7.... J I TI I Hl'im! a "I endured insuffera agonies from and on Monday I'

I U ....'. FAu.s.TLaor.l.''to| avenire certain Indignities andftnrderous ] Asthma but your N' Discovery gaveme January of earn and every year. I'' F. W. HAHN

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r'w.r.ma' ... i..1. % .rIcTy. .>rrl-.1., Mr*. aiwaults .hl<-h had been Immediate! relief and soon thereafter Article 7. The By-Laws of this cor- k
AioWry'.. 4r. tirr .Mt Bay Ml* :ew a .. ... f. .,. I \ np<>n their (commie' In the effected a corn I lete cnra" Similar |x>r tk>n are to be made. altered or rescinded I

MIAMI:t'A OF TRADE. I i pant| .bv a clans of negroes who hiT cnres of connum rtion. pneumonia ba tvo-thlrds vote of the ., Aac .tt.ct ands :S uill.rj'

na rlnllile means of support and .h- members of this corporation In good '
bronchitis and gri > are numerous.It's I now have In my employ one ol tie
............t, .. M Bret n.FVM lnaablmeth l ..L..
make an existence >bv qn* ( ptandln$ at the time of the of
Vkp.Pie.klent. T. V. Moore. the peerless rem dr for all throat passage = best draftsman In the South and a.r

BecMid Vtre-Prenlilwit. J. E Lummus.f.
Bvcrrtarr. E.'V. BlHcknwa.Trwaurer. .... stated consist principally of roll Guaranteed by all druggist Trial Article J. The hfehent amount of Inlebtedoess I plans and detail for good bofl4inna .

."+ ;1. B. Tatum.Bn and the cowardly use of th" liability
'[lery bottle free. or to which this s 4 : fine cabinet work etc.
98
Brown.k. .
r4 of povernon W.
-.. TV ll nnnj J E. Lummua.M. E. Hey- knife One man He In the hospital! dw corporation shall at any time subject !z I am now headquarter for tuned

J.' B Rellly. F. W. Ha n. W. W. now minded almost to the death. tself shall never be greater than t"oI I 1 work, scroll sawing and all work ust -

I't... J.ha IftrwelLTANDlNq while others hare received knife i I I i I : thlrda of the value
of the. property of tally' done in a first class planing BUH.
; COMM1TT BS. thrusts but hare fuHr reco"ered. A LANGUAGE USED BY TABBY)! I
he corporation. Send order for door
me D aa4window
t.\WBtA...... MR ; Pail mn. B. It; number of robberies and attemptedfirecug -- : I ; your ,

........... lames T.; Seyma r. R. H : have been reported, bat It is Tk. PpMvh .( (..!. as Trmmilmtrt kr Article 9. The amount In value of the j ; r frames balloster brackets
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W-rfc y. d. A.W a r...... _. *, .. Has real estate In fee simple or any -.} etc.. and be convinced.
lackus. r said that there have been a number o
ItRllJOE -BaJ B. X.: '- .
studied II. hold estate, which the corporation ma,1
.1....... F. W.; ROM C. J: Frederick.J.ck.os.. which are committed of which no MIAMI Fl. >
'told subject always to the approval. .
JII i mention Is made.The '
ever A French professor has become the 7f
> AND SANITAR if the Circuit I =
shall be
Judge not
HEALTH plan as reaching the poI -* CiMuinuua ot cauauti.: he has learnell\ over
J. )L Jr.: Prout W. W.: Joe. olt- ,.. ,... he sum of '!.5.i/).
the zil. l.ut4l\
laBKiw CM IM)S !
i tat loo. seem. to have been a of
plan
W.M: ..._ .. R. ; Kina H. MRIVKRS .
Host-lAapauh Tnv "... .bUI.t' is ma C. L. F. ROBINSON
AND |IHAIlB' :fl.ro.1uoIde.'Ita. 'Xtennlaatton The most dangerous A. Robbins Co
uiativi'ut .... mat :
Edward until that It is a .drr T. M LEONARD :
< .. H.: Rump f.; ratnm. type of nero thieves very naturally .
......
1L the waited. no toug lor auto*one to
B 1.,. ShaiMhiia J. F. OLIVE
the -Red Light district
frequent : ,
RAILROADS 'AND FREtaHTB- .pal it anMMiK ln, t.ttl/II. sajkjn! may Hii.rziess

r ..47. E. L.i>r Leflor. C. (|I1).: Lummus.R. md the sailors know them all from know. Here are ooie. ut the tat ....rd.1 E A. HART : a.nd Oa rrlageI

: Krwtm. W.. W. McDonald. J. A. laving come In contact at different lie has .learned:' : CHS H. CARTR3IDE

( OfARrriE8-BrtBgt.. E. T.; Cfc< mtkom. times with them. 'A certain plot had "Aeliu' Is. request for foo. I IA..I. I Depos1'tory.

J. H.: Douglas. ... B.J! Gaut'.... T bees made to make short work of ceraln ...." u a rviiw t fur w.. r. > STATE OF FLORm.COl' .\, -
remembered after
N.; XI_..... C. L.AOf.ICrLTlRE.BI. ".Lae" expiraiws a desire for milk."lie" Quality isj I long prie s
members of this shiftless 1'1..... Y OF DADE: ,
.. V .
E.
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'- : .
Is a demand tor red .. .. :
H_. F. 8; T atom. J. H.; Qrtft:.... A.M and K was understood that determlnakm Bleeme-b!" means kitty. waal ,I On thin day personally appeared be- I forgotten.

..... 1. K. was not absent when the large .
wo..ed meat."Plleebl ore me C. L. F. Robinson T. M. Leon-

CBLIC. Hf BfBwtaia. :LDINOS-HoTTMT.Rellly. I. B.4 .JI I.W...11.: lumber of bluejackets came ashore In ls mouse meat and Is applied -' J. E. Olive, E. A. Hart and Chas t t'rd. Quaky Makes the Bargain.

thee i afternoon of Saturday. To sev- to food which kitty fondles i ihilute Garth.lde. '
JokaJ WinterMAJKVFACT. H. T. any I. to me well known a* the I Ier I

RES-Fruwell. Ole. i i Cl f'rIIf citizens the plans were explained devouring."Meouw.T ons decrll.ed In, and who ..ubI I IT.bed I ",'us. T .l!-h 9 r..t l-f'amt. T1

M : :; uttered fiercely and .lth accent on
r. tletllyMHXTAT o. AL-B ,.1_ W. 1)(.: ers the latter began to make nrepattoos the->te.-Is an expreMlon. .f hatred and he forecoing articles of incorporations !.

Halt. W. > '.; OantirUS Rwlmund B. for th..orst. It was Dad deltab.Mleuow.. | and for artlcles"of. Incorporation ol i Centrally Locjtcc

lapsIle' .aiA Iby, I. 0:: 1I"'ltla. stood that Instructloas were liven vow wow, )'....0-0.. tlnw.rssssyow the Miami Gun Club and did seventh The

/...'+: K J.Mrii0R4Ti0NB. e day officers to listen for: theM Is the
a ell. a ji Y. hree 'talllOG the city bell which Is tattle and Is variously! accented to tell
... TtHrwer. .... J. H_ K. .. tame for the purposes and uses therein
"l"-r_ -w, Daf"I. a riot call, but that dread signal was rf the prnirreMof hostilities. "ys-s-s- -f 'I I
J. | :, reason .)'0"- being the cry of battle madnrss."Yew" xpressmL EU PROpjjrroR
t And the fort
'; TERTA M ..Rh.d.s. R W.: a given. only signifies that the cat Is In dis- In Witness Whereof I have hereunto
C. Ft: .y. at not being given was the absent t Pioneer
C.
H. p.thM.
idss. I t rees and needs human aid. It I. Uttered let hand and official seal this
my
.. BU ....,....... ,
ADVKIiT IMJ O-T-i ., a. B.; very aoftly."Parriere" seventeenth day of March. A. D. 1>04.L. .
Is a request.. to open a door
r. c .: E. a> a. T.: .. .... A. )MITCHELL
aiaa :F : wngwsi t. Tmu. -Pun ks' U the l-love-yosi of cal land. KATES $ no TO $J.iO PE DAY
I ,
B'YI: HMberii.UiMtJMM a .. r. L That catch ...1.... who baa(.*.to and when ntlered will rolling T" and a rotary Public Notary Public ,

"MaDse>4 ttaatty.l >1M to look fee lit taa,.might .. I
aeeMsvlah on the last syllable I* a tall from axaertelukitea. IleaL I Hotel Corner, venue B and 11th Mr**
tier.a'lM.: all mo.. I her parpoM.remarks. UM Clisgoy .
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My Comm salon Expires January 25.m. .
.I.:" Ja.JO .. I. lr.L rwa.wtarm. sh otla( a, few oil Mark Br*. I 4 t'J t-' -- i iI MIAMI, FLA.

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approaching Democratic primary: election. -

:;OffiCIAL CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION I CANDIDATES FOR OF ICE.Ans jjwin jj t i Miami.. Fin H. F. ATKINSON. A NEW PHUFES>IONr 1


Tlie professions -I -
Women Diet Expert and Director
Rules and Regulations to Govern i the Primary to be Held May Dally usCemssu sad weekly' Metropolis be maenad for tea m del UM''J' FOR JUSTICE OFT E PEACE.I In Large Institution*.

'1, lars or la either edition for in dollar* I j
10th and June 7th, 1904 in Dade County. CamlHH- for County CommlaslocMraad 1
hereby announce: my elf as a eaa-
_boon of the school board will teharcod '
I _1Ioalt didate for Justice of the Peace la Die- ....eel Mara Is ..... reed --r I _
tbeae
aaioiiats.No
.. lss. ..ee sad ( osl I IAm L.res.d
iitt.r.oXa adEATTORNEYS siinniinrsaunt ....... atO paJ strict No. 10. and respec fully ask the e I I
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I Imp ruaelloeerr.
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I Notice U hereby given that there | ZSth day of April !tcK, at which time .. support of the voter la i aid districtd. I

AT will be a Democratic primary election they wui be closed. '! Wil lam S. HilLI t '

Win U aD".J F 4se l ltunlil held Im the various precinct of Dad The registration books will'not' be FOR COCKTT' TRKASCUOL
geneses .\ new and congenial occupation. ialife
.aaaIa1ac. >.rhMtlntMlnaiU -r.t '. Florida 10 104. and reopened for the second primary elec
oa May
tarilltlotoc )
I 11'. the Patnecratle Voters of Dade Ooa hereby announce, myielf a candidate has opened up for womee' wniceII

tad TIlle&. F1 I. [ oa Jane 7. 1904 for the purpose of tion.All t). Florida: for ...re-election. J ustlce of the I ., lie suitable to their dunmltctn
r aBosMT. following/ who j I baraby: aai.ouaee myself a essdMatt .. ..
j nominating the oOcers: persons may register are Peace in this the 10th (strict: As I cs as well as fairly rewuueraiiKI
I 1 Representative la Congress Second citizens whether they have paid their for i a alyttoa to the once ot Treasurer I i. lr projrct .. to learn the uui -t -.
r of Dade County Flortda. subject to the am now serving In this rapacity I .
I' 1..1! control and 'urd -
M. D. dart r. .m| "*
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P.r JLAGG& Congressional District poll taxes or not; but they cannot rote will of a majority et the Democrat would appreciate!I an endorsement la i.... ht as experts in that li.e.t rol- a

ones sunk .sd Creel fsamscy.BesMeaoa I 1 Justice: of the Supreme Court for the IInl.... their poll Wet which may: be voter, as win be txfttmtt la the Desa- accordance: with the Democratic principles Icjfe*. large boarding; school amii inst.tutione -

Wl( streacstsjcrae I full term of six yes. legally: due are paid as provided by ocratle primary Mar It. DM.C of returning eN a second term ,i ..f tariuua kind, such ..
H. RAUT.. BaON.dw ,
I C ,, I 3 Justices: of the Supreme Court. law. )Itlaml. Fla. in Incumbent who has fatUfartorlly |ho*|>itaj. ctrl ai' luma. Here, act '..,-

MIAMI, : FLORIDA. 1 Governor. POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. filled the omre. ting to the opinion of I To*. W. O Al-

I I 1 Secretary of State I Payment of poll taxee for 1902 and j John C. Gramllng. water uf \\c-leya uuiteruty.profession 4
A. J:. Hrnzx. { e"ptr!ally adapted to
pi. J. 1[. JACX80K, JI., i 1 Attorney-General. i 1903 is a, prerequisite to voting at all I Candidate tatConn ,!women' and in whhb: many cl 'PI'

OPTICS: ; 1 Comptroller. elections this year. d1l' :y Judge. FOR STATE SENATE. Iwr..us of the gentler sexdcKtined I are

I 1 Treasurer. EXEMPt IOSS. I hereby announce my canddacy for tti find t mployment wi' ,hm
D.
HOTEL BI CAYME BLOCK, AVE. j 1 Superintendent of Public Instruc The following conditions exempt FOR COUNTT COMMISSIONERS.The State 'Senator from the Thirteenth the next few years. House il.i.

.un FLORIDA. tion. persons from the payment of capitation many friends and supporters of Senatorial District of Florida subjectto ectinoiiiicaattract is a stiltlv that naiui i.y.
I women ....1 they are n t. U .
I I 1 Commissioner of Agriculture.: or poll taxes: the prevent member of the Board of the will\ of the Democrats of Brersrd better 'fitted than nirn to ma age

,DR. W. B, RUSH I 1 Rallrosti Commissloi >er. First-Any one who has lost a limb I County Commissioner for Dade and Dadecountles to be expressed at ,U.! e IniKiness) of f..linjfa'jfe\ .,.-

1 Adjutant-General ; ia battle.SecondAny county have prevailed upon them to the primary: election Mrs 10th 1904. hers of people Schools for the sltcty
Office t2&-mii .tr .t, 'Pbon M. M. Seabrook Sams, such subjects are> already opesboth > \t,
1 State; Chemist one who was S5 blot J
lOCh Street Avenue yearsof i stand forre-election; and hereby present
Beaideace. ndj Cuurtenay, Brevard Co. Fla. sexes ami women have etiai-e.l,
a,'noae "-*". 1 Judge of tile Circuit Court, Seventh age on or before December 3L 190L thelt names, a* follow' : F. C marked ini-lination
to
a actjilmknowleilge
; MIAIII, FL.A.T. Judicial Circuit. Third-Any one becoming of age (21 i Archer george W. Lalnhart. R. E ..f this kimL

t3 1 State Attorney Sejrerth Judicial years old) on or after January L 1903. McDonald, John Sewell' and L. A AK INTELLIGENT KOUSE.I It will be the duty of the woman I .j

I IA Circuit Fourth-Any one who had become Belcher to the voter at the Democratic I 'who' gotrrn: the diet ..f a large institution

Detail.I 1 Prosecuting: Attorn! resident of this State and county nor primary: of May: 10, 1904. Mother filled I m Hole ,. W' all .. Keep to ."jfJrt".., way in which

laa.8peineaUon. *.. Made 1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial after January: 1, 1903.If Her Y.... veer eels :'the' food mad )>.. impro,ed and the
:for Buildings of :Kinds, Fine T....*.*. 4' '....l of it ............. Not only wall ;
Residences a Specialty.Orricr District: properly registered, any of the FOR SHERIFF. :|*hr arrange the bill of fare a.. thai g

,13XSl AVENUE D. 1 Member of the Hou4e of Represen above can rote at all elections State Whea we think of mire It Is usuallyof there. xliall l>c the proper propurftion J

I IDLLZ. tatives. and county, held this year, without J h i tb. DsmocraOe vase of Du4e Coot the trouble they cause u.; we are not I of fuel f 1'County' 1 apt to credit the rodents with much In- I{' ) and fleahinakingfooj.
Judge. poling any poll'or capitation tax. Ty: Florida: '
i 1 Sheriff. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS I I bartby: aanounee ..,.., a Candida tf'IIICf'areIIIld a lady at the M wlngjYork' i!I (swh as. meat sail "beans, bat R

for re-elacUoe to the office of Bberlff eDede circle, according to the New I'I will know how :Ito furnish attrs.- :
I 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Persons under the following' conditions .0:;
DEfcTJST.os County rtorlda. subject te the Times "but I really! had an expei lence com IN nation.a. an appetiiing .... ..,
M 1 County Assessor of Taxea. will be ,liable for one poll tax will of the Mjortty of the BassocratH which shows that the little creajturee I Incidentally she will watch the

*. la Wetsoo AVeaee BetMlu.P U'ink i street.-- 1 Tax Collector. only: for 1902 or 1903, a* the case maybe : rotors aa will be expressed k* the Dee possess a good bit of wisdom after ill. II!wss in the kitchen and oa th 3;

MIAMI nVOTBDA. 1 County Superintendent of Public In : cantle primary te be held May Is. Mli I had bees annoyed for some time by a I'tsblf and will see that U does s> <'
t became dw JOHN FROHOCtf family of mice which lined In the walls berlin e excessiTo.Importance.
struction. Any one who Si yean old
; of the bedroom. They albbled my of suet a f>_
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J .
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Seekers 1 Surveyor. during 1902 will be .required to pay: :$1 clothes, disturbed my sleep, and when tion in
Hone candidate ry a hospital or orphan a.y-'t
I 1 CountyI !+r-. for account of poll tax;;for that year. I hereby announce myself u a they grew so bold as to go Into the turn and the control aha would ...- -

rAttadioa.I County Commissioners. Anyone who may: become of age ((21 for Sheriff of Dade county. canary's: ; cage and eat up Its seed my else, influencing: the comfort of all )

Ton will find it to your Intel tat S Member oj the County Board of yean old) at any time during 102 Florida at the next Democratic primary patience gave out aDd I determined to the inmate, ia sufficiently obvloua.Tl .'

to call oa me before iavestii f.Paniabed Public Instructloe. will be required to pay: $1 tor poll tax and ask for the vote of my fix them. I bought, a trap and set It by whinat a great: boarding school, ...
house aDd room to the hole la the watt For five sight I charge of the -co.moDi- M. i"i"III
iJ iu fellow Democrat and those who win
1 Justice of the Peace la and for District for the year '
real eatiitr te. caught them several
teat Real bargain ia mouse days college, she would exert a aacst
and country. Insurance taj ea, No 1. J, 3. 4. I, 1. T, a, I. Any: one becoming a resident of this be qualified to beeceee voters at thai 'passed without catching one although weighty authority. But it 0'to .

collections, etc. attented to. :iI 10. U, U aad IS. State and county during 1902 will ,be primary. I promise If elected\ to faithfully they were still there for they kept up .... realised that scientific diet eoai- t

have apecUfera tic ere j anthorix ag 1 Constable la and for District No. liable for the poll tax for 1903. perform the many duties of this their noise although not coming Into tri.1 l does not imply the weighing\ out .1

sae JIftP& all kind* legal trans- 1. X, 3.4. 5, .. 7, a, 9. 10. 11. 1S WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. responsible omce. my* room any more. of "pr tcissail. -.rht..bJdra&e.I. -
of real estate i I Lov* feeL J. M. WILLIAMS.. I found the trap was all right ea tirosj quantities; tt. the rtiaf oaa ;
and IS.t All male Inhabitant
who are tl but the hole tit!I the wall had bees closed ''r
Prompt attenIN ion. i a fort of those whose only desire U to
C. C CARROLL.Notary Presidential Electors. year of age and were under Si year Palm Beach, Fla. from the I pulled the filling out. satisfy healthy appetites..... Iea\ simply

Public 4 Delegates at Large to National Con+ of age December SL 190L It was not easy: work for It bad been I a method of supplying the beat

ATE. D. N t RBccnrosf. ventlon. Any one becoming: a resident of this,i FOR CUCRK CIRCUIT COURT.I evidently put there to stay and .u..and m.Nt appetixing things to eat

j I -- 2 District Delegates State and county: prior to January: 1. hereby aaaonnee ssycetf ae a eaadf* made of bits of plaster and rubbish I ,at leant c..st, with due regard to the
late for the office. at Clerk ef the Circuit kept the hole open with the trap closeto .health of the conaumers.
13.ellELb10GrsJsat. 13 Member at Large of State Commit- 'r-1.will be required to pay poll tax of It. next It filled le.1
Osttclae.W.CMAYNARD.. : I. I'I Court Dade County, subject te bar day was The ...nin dietary expert will see
tee. for jvuz: ana lJU:L the aeUoe) of the Demoeratie primary. I this clearing out process BTI ethat;; the fixiil is first t rate In point t;:

., 1 County Member of State Committee.., I If they become s resident after January I'I'dw E. L. WHITE. times and five times the fllllitE\ : was replaced "'Iof[ quality and freshnex. that it i I. ..

A_"',Host le roeVOCoa.f 1 Member National Committee. i, 1902J and before January: 1. ;i January Ii. net. It.was evidently l the work of th<' ,e1i/injrljr; senrrd.he I will mike .. I

a1411N can FU1ei: f 1 Supervisor of Registration 1903.>> they yfll be required .1 I pay poll from mother passing mouse through to prevent what her, had little proved onei[ ,[. -,+...;>l twly of the fixnl market "'

ti, docks Jewelerj. te 1 Member of Dade County DemocraticC.tmmlttee ', tax for J1903 only. t take this method te Inform the vet- a fatal gate to so manv ADd II.n'M<| ')ln iiler I..a.t prH-ex In get in the oiffrlTrwnt best things.....at'tbe ..
Executive la and foiPreclncu Any one reaching their 5,*lot Dade County that I wll be a eat hole for the
majority (21 | elos.e) mice did not com* : oil) ...liie rdiet
into
,,8he mtr variety the
dldeta for redectioai to the office of Clark .
{ NX !. t. S. 4, I. I, 7. a, years) oa or after January 1. 19OJ, win of the Circuit Court Subject to the attics Into my room ....a.- : in such a way' .. to make it ni.rlatlractlie .. 7

GEOl L. McDON LD 2, io. It" 12, 1'. and 14. be subject to payment of poll tax for lof the Democratte ''prlmarlse. May M.proolatnc. than what would, Be fur-
THE
anCOCOANUT LaDiNrsevsvbagM : The rule governing said primaries 1903. If sleeted te perform the de- CHEAPEST TELEGRAMS I..i..hrd by one of Jess rk 11 from miHhIn
Uss of UM eoce. hi UH fyture te B the oor ....>tlr materiaL In short sh .
:. shall be the same a* those adopted by: In an cases of exemption of a voter '. .
"WlyW g ... a Rti t 13 r put to the beet of -y aMtti I'" ( .ra- roe ...._ 4.. L.wers will lie thoroughly| > ientiflr and Ir

QBOVK. FLA. 1 1J. tile Democratic Executive: Committee from payment of poll taxes, he must be grateful to those who will tiror me ass
at their n>meeting held at Jacksonville secure of the supervisor of r registration' with th* r votes Ceootry. I housewife.Most I <

on January 22. 1904. for governing a certificate setting forth the fact that dw E. C. DEARBORN. housewives hapklee.. Mmore

..; A. DANK.leta State primaries> so far a* tile same win such voter I* exempt If the certificate telegraph The Australian service la the commonwealth'cheapest lathe nubsiibjects which artvlcnientar or less '
whothukes
i'T" be applicable& to the county primaries. exempts the voter from payment of I I hereby announce myself a candidate world. It is ) ; the womaitrh
operated
..........4Ists.tsr.d7rbrltr entirely by work her ttu.;ncM ..ill'' haw
for the office of Clerk of the Clreutl
assessment '
The to be paid by thevarious poll taxes for both year (1902 and the government .. part of the postal instead''f
.. -J F Court for Dade County subject to tile /|M.otii; and l exact knov ,k.lge
as/ ...... candidate shall be a* ; ollows: 1903), If properly registered, he can 'I approaching' DamocraUe primary election system, says the Review of Reviews g,>"nt' by gnekitchen ..... rk. In then

4 e ...... I rat MI Representative .......1....... 115 00 then rote upon presenting to the Inspectors For city messages which include a ..10.ill: briny .. play I..-

M..... < I e Senator .._...,..... ......... 11 00 such rrtlfl of exemption.If i dw I I Z. T. MERRITT. suburban area of a radiu of tea miles i ormeil nim-hiner.T. for< ntpr.oetna(
beyond the city limits, the rate Is "
Sheriff ....w..{ .. ............. SS 00 the voter la subject to only one Buena Tlsta, Fla 12 cents for ot word. ;in "rnlinart apparatt. re quire a.Leah .
messages ten
) worth emploiine. SM ini proved e
I
lO1EY5l1ONEY TAB, Clerk of the Circuit. Court...,. 10 00 poll tax, either for 1902 or IMS.! the annoutmyeetf: and the address: for me-' tji;,.. of the .iiiu.hitler. in tht* .f. i.t...,. They ss.e 3

Tax Assessor .t............... ZO 00 same rule will apply: as to securing I hereby ae a eaadl same length to any MB I within the jm the co..I..f which. t
..... rust T date for the office of Clerk et the Ctr- 1''llAr.linn.
... .
,t Tax COllectort.:| .............. 2500 a certificate of exemption for the two tuft court, subject to the action of the same state-and the .f u > are generally I'iwnni a .a,inj' in tho.roht of ftxHl.ishe .

County Treasurer ............ ZO 00 year. rtemorratle party. Primary ....... May very much larger tha.i any AmerIcan will_ have niade a'Italy .if wa+i>-

GOING .. ... .... 11 00 : M. ISut. state-the rharre Is IS rents '*iir michines and oflmrfir. a. anal thee
ARE YOU County Judge 't.1 ... PAYMENT OP POLL TAXES. --.... or ......1ar uw.eares to any I .. of the oten 1herm.......' .r will le'dniilnr
*
County Attorney .... ......... 10 00 In order to be qualified to rote at the j d J. & FREDERICK.FOR station within thecommonwralth .
I to her. For iliffVrcnt fouls
West
North or ?r Superintendent: of Public In- primary: election oa May 10th or June 1 TAX OOI.LECTOR.I from Roc.h:: :co:1.: to Que. island I re ..>-.t when ...",1..1 at dilTerenteratnrc. .

traction .... .......... 500 7. 1904 poll taxes !for 1901 and 1903 C&IIdlI I to Perth la West Australia. the distance '.. .> .. and a knowledge. nf

LOalsiille Nashville bounty< Commissioner ...... .. 6 00 must be paid on or before S o'dock P. hereby announce myself a of wire Is more than 4.5'"' miles i nhio l>rnn<*h ..f the wnlije; <"I not only
& Supervisor date for the office: of tax collector of -the uniform charge Is !4 rents.It I J.........s the ih+hlrw.errnl l more ap-
: ... 500 M.
of Registration Friday. April %to 1J04 (ten day: before -
Dade County subject to the action of ; Is .....allled. on Member of County School Bn. 1 00 the first primary: election).
Railroad j the coming Democratic primary experience, that these rates will re There I. about to he estahlistiett
Justices of the Peace........ 100 I I
'Often unexcelled puHDIOIr eerulor.Modern dw T. N. GAUTIER.: tUrD. revenue sufficient to pay operating i W.t-inrt"n a .Ii..1 ki'"n.--

Pullman Constable ... ...............J. 100 NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. I expenses of every kind. Including I I''ire the dir.'tion of a ronnr ...m.". s
traia. csrtying
All Candidates; are required to pay the coat of malntenam-e and la I .I- Iiatrons ..ill'''' Inrrrlt' phvsiciaiis.l ; .
Notice la FOR STATE'S ATTORNET.I .
coaches free hereby
up-to-dstV re- gives that the Registration -
sleepers, addition Interest .
the .
the above fees to S. L. Pattersda. on original expense I t will eml in their j'r, criptionM
UalBC chair ear, and dining ears son TrM-j Book of Dade County, for hereby respectfully announce myself I. of construction amounting to 1 ir ittealH ,.. he supplied' Just a" tTieyiirnUh

....... aortbera ... eoetbere oIeI_ ,? jof the Committee. and I the primary: election to be held May 10, u a candidate for the office of fully 611,000,000.Australians send I. prescriptions for mftltcfn >H

The p..' dlalBg ear service: la the furnish such candidates earn* to the 1904. will be opened la the several Bute's Attorney of the Seventh Judicial more than twice as .many sM.geaover I I'' .. l I.e Alletl h% the .,...Ih........ I......

....cL iAO Committee) on or" before April,10, 1HH. I election district of Dade county, Florida Circuit subject to the vote of the lines at the lower rates .. I 'or" nowadays. ....Ii" that pr-'>er '

Agnate Bell Tarow/ra TiekvU 11& The Committee reserves the fight to Democratic Americans do at the present charges. : *>HM| is a' ilnportsnt for nick; p oo<".le '
oa the 29th day of March A. the primary.
D'j'I I is suitable inedicinrs.. l...t it i is d.iE-
L.' & N. Increase: the above aasessm t at its I }. and will be dosed oa the I I Jw CECIL 0. BUTT. SHOTS FOR DEFORMED. ult for them t.. control\ the fonueratiitfactoriM
10 104 If It be
April
meeting on ,
day of April. A. D. 1904. I '. ina.ninch aa the orb
for rate, schedules. ass sleeping earreservstioDs Dundjat said meeting that th i aseee. i; '
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL at.'PElUNTEN- cook .
apply t. Tha following person are hereby .>.. teat jBbove will not be sufl dent to appointed 4-vat.j i-.virjtfonHe..-.1! DENT. .e e wMb ('pi....* Fe.. ..d ,' n it exaet'i a' "ft I. w"* '' *

--> J.. M. Flemlnsr. tptaatssrr jeet pie expense of earryln : oa the fi-r tl.e .J I hereby announce myself canoidatetor ..... ...... j I' n.. diet kitchen.: howe.er. tars t*>.
eve f.rvB district |
s aa"aBjss r AsVwSsastl. rt marie*. : l .1 Bupermtendeat ef Public Instruction ; letelanil !I'lain Denier, will furnish
t
West Bay troel wit; if Dade Coonty. to the wm at
.IsckseoTivA ri*. ; The! place la each precincttihere anbjsct With all that la published about comfort j meals precise':' according? to pre
polling I the voters as be sxpressid at the ,
Number One Stuart-W. Park may for the feet aad Improvements' made I,eriptit.n prrparinc thehi in a acienfic -
the primaries are to be held 'ipproaehmc Demoontle etactkm. .
primary .
Number Two Jupiter-R.Farlaad. E. li Ke-I'j by men la the regular trade,"aald shoe I. manner s lO1EY5l1ONEYA TAI i rind the name of the Inspectors and I L E.: KALLIw manufacturer in Brooklyn"nothinghas 'h. proM.rtlon| < of "protein" spit
I ,
4 Miami Fla.
.IW..1'M( JTeBO ....... lerksi who are to conduct auca prllarie Number,Three. West Palm Beach- been said about men who make a specialty I **c.irhoh\tlrates.H. delivering the
will be named by the Executive: ( << of extension shoes for cripples | foot three or m re time jt day' at
E. H. Dimick.'I I' FOK TAX ASSESSOR.I the residence ..f the patient liwi-
Committee at their next meeting to be aad deformed persons. It la sot >o long |
VCAMS* laid Number Four Hypolnxo: (Boyfeton: ) hereby announce myself: as a ago that It was almost an Impossibility t I lentally, of course, all dishes iis..l

EXPERIENCE on Apru 10. 1904, Cullen. Peace. <<:CANDIDATE: FOR TAX ASSESSOR of for a man with a deformed foot or a will be: thoroughly sterilized, heir..

W. A. FILER. ihort leg to hide his misfortune W.all srried beck in the wagon to thenlinnry .
I Dude
Number Fire. Delray: -H. J. Sterling County subject to the action of
Chairman Dade County Executive: remember the heavy, thick-soled blocks establishment f..r. bath
Number Six. he Democratic primary.d I
Pompano Calender. ,
i Committee. with high heels, that made a maa feel if lire steam to supplement the

3 Number Seven Fort_ LaniUnlsU---____ ___-WO. no_ C. L. XIMANIES. I I.Imoet. .-..-..-...-.._....In.-...-........ a. then g h 4 e I. ,irdinarv. process of waahina.-
AttuL
; : M. MarshalL had a wooden I..... You see very few of I ---- -
L. dw
Secretary
TltADC Mapes i Patterson Number Eight. OJus J. W. Ires I FOR STATE SENATOR. them now Manufacturers have bf'f'q) Improving i I

DersasCon -;- Number Nine Lemon City-Warns I hereby announce myself a* a candidate on the extension shoe as It if BUeeteteMr foe <<< lAa ._..
I &C. .QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. called la the" trade by the use of sprints Instructive Instance of the use or.IKtrlf'al
A---- Mitchell for State Senator In... the Thirteenth and other contrivances, until .
._ a* they can effects for treating disease
tr----
First Primary-'he.day. It
..-- i.n....,.--.Wsw O. .-. May Number Ten Mlami-C D. Leffler. Senatorial District of Florida, make a deformed foot too very much Is described la a recent laaae of the Laa-

= =.ss1.L... rl far H..a..a...... rr.oa.fa.a .::; 1904. i Number Eleven Coeoaant Grove. subject to the will of the Democratic: like any other font unless H Is a very cet. London. The practitioner made UM

------..------ Second Primaryi-Taeeday' : June T, A. T. Carter. 'I. party to be expressed j at the primary bad ease A.... with one leg two or of high-frequency alternating carreeuo

1904.Oeaeral. three Inches shorter tbaa the canhave cause electrical osmote.! by aieaL ui
Scientific JIi.Krtca.ee Number Twelve\ Cutler- election. May: 10. 1904. .
.c.Browa.l a pair of boots made so that nobody which drugs were Introduced lrn the
A eve.:-- -= -Ip. caw1. Dectlou-.Tueeday: November Number Thirteen. ,Silver Palm-C F. M HUDSON. need know It but his shoemaker. tissues of the diseased part la ZJ r
.... 5,5..? t .
e..SlS.al. .04x5 1555 8,1I04.! I W. RULNumber Tblal.Fla. Customers la our particular line haveas cent of the eases of caacer treated t .

i TiM( & Co.utiw..d..,.New; Jorprgh :; TIle ;registration boob for the pd- Fourteen DeerlHid-O. W. many pairs of shoes aa other mea. la reatmeat was successful He hs cc;

"': .._ .. ,.._--.._ mary iketloa 1I1D be opened Is each Suniraa. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNET.I calf taD and patent leather and la all 'o the! conclusion that a radioactiveof > .
.
the fashionable shapes too. They have
stroatiam Induced Into the
tissues
aIactIcIIa district this eouq onMarch' This March U. 104. hereby: announce myself candidate ey
II : u a to pay about three time aa much for cataphoresl by hlgh-treqaeaey currents -
22' w1II be opt open A. T. CARTER, for the office of Prosecuting Attorney them a* mea with both fret alike do; would prove a panacea far alt

Bhsdll Ryht everyday,, emoepba. t1atQ tb. tvparrlMr R. tratfod, Date Co,:FU. for Dade county subject to the that's.all the difference.! forms of caacer.
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DAILY I ITS STOCK IN TRADE. i establishing a principle, a fundamental I laced to receive the endorsement of t THE COTTON HARKET.system I
| branch of the regular service let na
or constitutional principle overlooked I all the solid element of the electorate Futures i

MIAMI METROPOLIS. I The Km-ord. on yesterday, start ed' |land Ignored In the growth and progr assthe I element which decide presidential January.opened. . ..troDg-. 'J I give them a more dignified name ons'ther "..'
be write home
proud to
:'out a lonKinded article in reply tone 0 of Florida. It I* to be hoped the*! I struggle New York having*plain February. . . . I may

--..-..-..-..-.... e.e" .I., euept 8..0' in the Metropolis two or three gentlemen will Dot take this matte. ly signified that Judge Parker wa her March . . . : .. about and not one which win lay

-.'.-w-- f -- I darn before, by railing attention to thel"p..t. to bean so seriously but will wfselj, !i choice the rest of the state began to April . . . H Ll I them open to the jibes of their oU

L",L f. UMC.vi IIJIlIN N.I1n.rt.to .. ded" itlarorery of the position submit to the Inevitable and continueto 'fall Into line until now the result of May . . . 1474 .' associate

of the Record upon political questionsNow serve their coD.UtueDt.Itb zeal I the question I I. practically assured Jane . . . . I-I n; 'Apprentice lIe.mea' la tick a ,
....1.e.w..rr. I July . . I
a t. nl1aO..IFI.I . 15 tlO name expressing exactly the proper
read "
: thove who both pal..rllkDo" There is
,
Cocoa :Newa.The only one figure looming large
.. I Judgment"-- !
+ [ and good
? le 1a..1.F1oMd.: Augut. . . . . .. H-I!'meaning less clumsy titan landsmen'
-, that it I I. tot only a "pretenddiscovery. the horizon.
tbe Information Atlanta Journal.
Tar would for upon -
...wrsuue .. Metropolis say
.1.. September. . . . .. 12 4'S In
for
_' training exact accord with the
but that the Metropolis anLnounred char I
-- the
:News
-- : of the that October. .... 12 02
t.u.taerr t.e..V l"et Vusli.b td 01 WILL DROP other rate long established la tM
7- "LANDSMEN. service -
... iS4 .r the rl/tOA astrr. .t tAe I'4 In advance Just the candidates 1 a<.t..r of the men who Instituted and I November . . . 11 92
-a _........ .."w.. .-...,. (w ho would be advocated by the Record caused the Institution of thU suit I December bid : 11 S5 namely, ordinary seamen and seamen
Ian..y- 6 The Metropolis. knew before the well Admiral Wise Recommends That tn- and not open to the objection of
1......'. I.r I' against the commissioners I I. so '
sans r..db..ekae ....... r seamanlike :Name Be the simple word 'apprentice' which In*
had Relegatedto
---."O4.. ..- trntw 1 Record ever aald a word in favor known that there can be no doubt U no well known throughout '
gala that it would endorse. him ; Oblivion. pile no particular callln ghaa _
u l.u... ; jjof Stockton whatever as to the motive which the Cnlted State. I I. so highly
_... 2.". to mean a 'boy' "
I M /and no slated and also the same ax to -- only
1.n* :M...... J prompted It- I thought of In many place* and ta aa i

.AM.... .........w earner--- -- certain ;county candidate It knew If It be true that the things complained There will be no more "landsmen" attractive to many boy and young The annual of the State'comptroller
that th4 Inducement held out to the of here h.v.n done regularly 'in the navy if Rear Admiral Rise, men that it would I be report
a mistake
to '
ne liuni Printing tompwj. ,Record to establish a paper In Miami In other counties and bv other Commanding the North' Atlantic training 1 lone this valuable aiwet In our ,, contain the followingvery
present
.w..rti-iJlI'i! rsmade. known MI I were from those men who "hate and comixioners all along as the News sa>'s. : squadron han have his way. He peed. of men. which would be the sensible paragraph: "The
gapplMst'cn.TKM.PHOXE cane i i and collection of taxes la t
C-J :1 de"PI"" the Metropolis\ politically, a evidence that our i..has made anj earnest recommendation If the i sesoment
it I I. only stronger name
apprentice
were
sl-glt.QFFI'E dropped i counties. and upon the fidelity with
,jb.lrt.'d. by the war upon which theMetropolis contention here are correct, that personal I that this Unseamanllke name beIrelegated and landsman or some other I
term which the official
: METRiiPcLIx Bt II.IMM. I congratulates: itself because or political spite or envy Is at T f to ,oblivion. ('omm.ndffSharp. without Its historic associations act upon the delicate -
.
4-Hand 444 Twelllb. >tr....t, chief of the enlisted were questions Involved la the performance -
the opiKmitlon of such men I I. the of the These m.D'I submitted.
proceeding Then.
bottom
i'e-< ....rt MiMi.... the too the apprentice | of the .
responsible
i nr*> duty & -
i division In the bureau of I
which be paM navigation
i highest compliment ran thing b.nD permitted elsewhereI I who have risen !in the service and the !
signed In
'tii) lrAitAT1VJr iUDlAtCES.APRIL : 'I to any paper which fights for the election i I because no one wan suffering thereby. I baa hailed. with delight this chance constitute a Corps 'dellu and have depends a large measurethe

...._ --,.... of clean and honorable! men a* the case here the inter- '! to get: rid of an ancient title or re- standing' which a ,i financial standing of the State
was will
i Purl Fromm gee I because aa | alwava give the'name i land' counties. Wine law may lie enacted -
1r.I ."I"l.awest ucoinxt II" corrupt demagogue.The | eels of tbe county were really being prow'h. 'ex-apprentice weight aad constitute r and the most careful instructions
j Record rs"* .he"e tiM the the of All that separates raw naval recruits .
flee | protected by purchasing a title of honor.
p ila I la IlIIeo best On the other be
may given, but they caaaot
Ie, ... ttl/M I .. .. < al t.J.ue In this count' Is the cure beween 1 goods where they could be obtained from the Jaunty salty air name hand 'landsman' has no such force to r
>>
... .. lit I U become effective without th..oper.
._ I li7aYss the Isr.plr and corporate wealth, of "apprentice seaman" is the approvjal It
.. .., 1111 I | I moat conveniently and cheaply eventhough and the real meaning of the word U ation and Intelligent service of those
u... "*i'.w.a.. sus .H7p.p. rid for that resvon It favors Mr Ftock- ': some member of the board of Rear Admiral Taylor, chief of but a term of,reproach
.. I'M among the
g.yne.p.atsee I depended upon to put the law (oopeatien.
I
for ('nlt"". State Senator va the bureau of navigation and Secre'tary i
...uwtt.d. on happened to be Interested In the store. sailor. I II
.. 't Y.w"' 1I0c0 1M feeCia..e. .al-I! l Mr Ta'laferroThe Moody Thl I I. considered al- I The very (aUafaetorjrinereaae
.
... wl.'ea. I I I No taxpayer In any other county felt I "It deos not seem proper call the! In the
.- ie ".t..."" .;; .... Nt Record haw never shown a Ingle ,I! that be was being Injured or that the 1 I most assured for Rear Admiral Taylor man of our valuation of property -
M embryo
.u Jw ..w I. seamen, from 1whom i a* shown by the assessment
.. ...- I I nstance where Mr. Tallaferro'i voter believes thing on modern warship -
-. (II' I I county was being wronged because a we hope torecruit the finest I
....1... -.1 1M 1.- rolls, attest the fidelity, and earsestIa-
: : Influence ha ever been' against "theeople" should be as nautical aa on
> I
l ; little of this kind of thing was going body of men n the world, by such ness of effort upon the part of the
> or n favor of ."corporaterealtbl" square rigger and Secretary Moody
altogether
) on. but In Dade a few fellow who a name. 'Landsmen they have
may
tax
8. 1904. amenora to carry out the law and
Then should It ha spent more time at than
I why opposeilm probably pay ten dollar taxea.were sea any been on shore, but'when they
once the Instructions
I pursue given from
? made the tools of a few other other chief of the department don the uniform of the

;. Baeba!la now king, and diamond The Record has failed\ to answer theft who probably pay a great deal lens : The only I persona In' the navy who seamen-- this o lee.-

are now In rfemaad. repeated charge aa to Mr. Stock- than that amount and vent Into the I I will continue under the rating nf -

r i on'* false position aa to !Denouncing the commissioners from : "landsmen If tbe proposed change li
court to top
A rontemporarv atyle Hearst' candidacy i .
orporatlon* while always being cone the funds of made are barbers, yeomen mesa meq, | DO
unlawfully appropriating NOT
a. a |*dying dream.' TAIL TO setWtIALER'S [
__ _, r ected aa stockholder director or omr the taxpayer! i jacka-of-the-duat. and musicians t'n- .

The Alabama soldier home I* now I Ia a of corporation, The decent people of this county i der tbe present system a laadsmau '

._' life Institution sustained by',the state. i irJ. The [Record while opposing "corpo- I cannot keep their temper when they la a recruit more than eighteen year JEWELRY STORE

i 'l o r ate wealth." I* supporting Bam whoso I think of the difference between the [, old. After a certain period of trainIng -

Miami never looked better and never I I In love with corporate wealth that I honesty Integrity and loyalty to the give him certain proficiency he I 314-s12tr Scrat.

e sells to a railroad corporation cerain I become an ordinary seaman and
bad t righter prospect than today.. Interest of this county of the county

14f What are you doing to boost her along { franchise of tile city of JaeklIe _- commissioner* and those who would then a seaman. Boy not old enoughto

i for IS per cent of tbe profit toaccrue persecute them and they are Just enlist a* landsmen enter the service ',-

fjaatead of ,being dollar In. W. J. I therefrom. waiting for the opportunity to say to a* apprentice

Bryan la dollar out In that JSO.ooo The Metropolis concedes to the Re- the present board through the ballot Recent legislation raised the admission -

wi [ contest i( He bad to pay the cost ord the right to rapport Barn and box: continue to serve your constituentswith age of apprentice from sixteen W.': F. MILLER l CO..

ef' It 1 : torkton. and, la fact It ta convinced aa much honesty aa you have year* to seventeen year The

-- ....---- i fiat it could not support any other heretofore and all will be well. lowest age at which a landsman can Succttton ta EJrim AU en.) .

s Is ahlpping'tomatoes to Cal- i rider existing I condition, because tb.tl SPARKER enlist 1* eighteen. Tbe apprentice re- Undertakers
----- and
ifornia. Our_.good State la to America 1 1 not What It la here for. But the Recd PRACTICALLY NOMINAT-. : delves only f9 a month, but the landsman Embalmers.

what" America la to all\ Europe. < should to have been consistent i ii 1 ED. gets $16. Rear Admiral Wise *
413---12th Street Phone
r fiat cant do without na. Tbe// i anou"red that It came bent for the recommendation says: 25

-- o-- I urpos* of advocating the election to There can DO longer be any doubt "Men under training for seamen

Dedej county can furnish more 't fflce- of tbe men who have always pri i that New York will Instruct for Judge I ought not to be called landsmen

erter* to Its population than any I i ately land publicly fought and tried Parker since Charles F. Murphy, the which ta a good term only for those

other (Dnntv In the State. Tbe wood I > poison the people! against every manr leader baa withdrawn all ] with no knowledge at all of a sea
Tammany
,
.. iv. are fan* of ".m. Imperially' right about I < newspaper who favored the re-elec- opposition aDd fallen lato,line. Tbe man' duties, such aa men men and 5 f e Carlos(

this lite.The I similar billet
I I on at Mr. Taliaferro, Just becauseMr. Tammany opposition was In reality no 39pa'm

U FUgler and tile people Identified Hht "It l( submitted that the apprentice
iaoM of the Bellevlew, New.L.t- ,opposition to Parker but merely a i jon t .
ran. 6
Forll1'lrly
the Marion I' i Ith him happened to favor the same the question of Instruction In I }Jiot l. .
t..r hai been rbaaged jo : I
i New York It wa never a fight between j Corner Avenue B -
of ,
Coca / Democrat aad the place Issue I rOR and 11th Street.
I The Metropolis doe take the post .
Mr.
Parker and Mr. Hearst
changed to Orala. C. M. Brown. Judge
Jr,..ta Kin editor and avowed for C. !M. t on that: any man or paper on thet :Murphy* desire that the delegation Gus. A. Muller. Proprietor :::

J I 1 (Coast of Florida who oppose t el 1 ; to St Fouls uninstructed was baaed .
Brown. Sr, for Governor. I -election aid 1 1i go eocapicu-i j United St4t Senator Open all the
raAs i of Senator Taliaferro (,on no leaning towards that T I year :

( f von |he election of Stockton la his proprietor. The I
newspaper
a matter of general Interest the (ous young
Par c.r-Hearst flght ha that between I 1 lace I* an enemy to the Interest of I latter0 candidacy baa never been tak-: Rate $250 per dar add up. Special Per week and to Commercial

Rnmla the bark .eat- his section and I* adding la trying to : ,tn seriously la tbe Empire state and : men. Large Sample Room 1
and on "
Japan
Vote
la E of i For p- O. Box 417 .
way back The matter of far greatorImportance Mop the growth and prosperity ,I the last vestige of opposition to the'Instructed MIAMI. FLA .

to the country than any "'me. Mr. Taliaferro I* a known ,I Parker delegation having .' . *> *> . . . . .,

friend to this section of the State, a. i j ,vanished such .uragement a* ha ;
eoij
now transpiring I In the '.r..L I I ,
I Op all others, while both Stockton and ,1 been given the Hearst propaganda la i James P. Taliaferro i ) \

I arr* are known enemlea and would (several scattered states must be "'tire-I!, .

Federal Judge "Swayae ha been I'H- u: a everything In their;, power to throt- }1 ly I Ineffectual br the aide of the I New' Hotel Biscayne '

ptted until December U. and additional which doing *J .
tie the corporations are [i 'York ibr4; lessee. < <

s ] testimony ordered taken by the touch to develop this county especially' The New York World of Monday Whose name is commonly j

Home role committee. Maybe by that to furnish remunerative employ- .Open from r
and
-
after of state aad ter- fem S
a canvas every
time the "..tench*' will hare blown i meat to every willing worker here. The ;ritory In the union give Parker gigdelegates pronounced as tat to slay : GRAHAM Proprietor *

away and he be rmtored to his former i' Vetropolia also take the position that of Hunt IOC and 1 Corner Avenue D
( out 1,000; ; if it was spelled. and Twelfth
It' the Republican. of doIng Street
t fat" Job. way t)le Record or any other paper or person five Parker majority of C32 over all.

thing, you know I IThe II aids In at-
who In
manner
any
t :It la necessary to control CCT vote to t MIAMI FLORIDA
I tempting to defeat the re-nomination ;nominate. It will be seen that these
\ Southern Senator and Repre- member of the board "
df the present
I Bgure give Parker 149 delegate over -
eatatlvea .iI Contmm have seat a commissioner i seeking t.. Toliver"5uo
at, county ,I thenumbtr necessary to nominate. In c;

mewage to the ,Democratic leaders In Dear do*-a the prosperity of tbe county. ;short all Democratic leader. have accepted =_ -T
New Turk that: with the possible ex- result (
.nder their administration > :
\
: aa final and conclusive the recent \

**1>Uoa of V lorkta. every SouthernRrate I.\'e been obtained. They hare bnllded (I IDa statement of Senator MrCarreu'' I .

will sand a Parker delegation to' Improved roads, bridge, public I I
"
that of the
1 1i /"instruction most poxitl -+
sL .....1.. The Inference la that It I. ,
i buildings, etc., and have la every way ,
1 sort for Judge Alton B. Parker will be pr r rtl
-. wily'
\
". taovKht. possible &( Florida Jt.O"D that they are the friend of pubic ,given by the State Democratic conven-1 I
.end' a Heant clelP< Ipmrovemcnt. .
..:.._ .
Lion and all reports to the contrary =-- = ;c-=- -=7'"O
tab State will *o dlvcrare itself?
that with these would be-
acquainted men unworthy of consideration. The, III
'
I
We don't believe It-Penurola :New ''beve for aa Instant that thev have ) I i
unit rule win be adopted and enforced :
i sed or appropriated a single rent or/ i I
New York ,
] and the delegation to the{ l,
1 }>( May's friends claim 1all weer .>f count T r -mey In any say "vent St. Louis convention ...lIl( name the .,

a jnd lh South the ge..rtnl T>U- (;,."(. Tula befpg man who I I. to be the Democratic ...D.I I

true 'b.... Fords-4)e' :1.1- Granting didate for the presidency. 'I I -
vindication for tirmM-'ve. alsoBecause BURDINEO&
a aa virtually'
I. brief. JudgeParker Is
aU t kr-.blob} ... quesliow -
no better men for the place of _
the nominee the party at the present
arllllS-MH I. tb. PIoulllbllo of .n le found.
time. The process of tbe crystallization i

..elTersoa to win oat. unless In thee I II ;; The "political master" of the Metropls uf sentiment during the past ten Piece QUARTERMAIM.

eat of a'; second primary he makesa ; l la tbe "greateatgond.to the peo- day bas gone on' 11'1111. wonderful I

I i>' -of Dade county flrst; the East ,
'f" national i
TIle convention at
oaablnaUon the Broward force rapidity.
with sufficient Cuut portion of Florida next; tbe St. Louis will be njerelv a formal meetIng 5uitIn I
and. In this way, muster up I
pose State afterward and then the official
at which the seal of approval
strength to put "Our Bob" out of bu ntlre country and It will be found
,
I la_TIt la a very pretty program as I faithful Ib opposition to men or newt uncertainty will be put of upon a few his weeks candidacy. ago a*The to Blue Serge and,! Fancy Dry (',oods :N'otions. Beautiful and Artist'cNecketrear

,. It' stands, but iintortacately It will j>aper* who are not governed by theme the candidate has vanished, and the Light Flannels fw also the Jarge5t dealers in :Novelties

hardly stand ID.pIl' .-Daily Trl sentiments. atmosphere ta now absolutely clear. half the regular Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complet lire

3 {And this la Its "stock la trade." And the thing baa come about In the price. Ask for
laha.aaeaa. I -pTHEY been our of ;h'x>I Books. Polite and capable -.srvice.
I .:-.-_ _-'- : most shoal way pomlble. It ha $7.00 suit. +
ALL DO IT. apparent from the Brat that the party's'i
All men may be progressive and ;
I standard-bearer In the coming campaign ATCohen's.
'Ipvuhtng If they want to. It I* not simI -
i I Ht ta unfortusate, that the milt reeotly Blurt be some man anon whom

ply limited,to a favored claw who are adjudicated against the Dade alt Democrat could consdertlouKly Burdine &
Quarterman
bor i with the virtue, but It ta more ufkbtt aunty' commissioners should tie putslwn unite; slaking all factional feeling. :; that !

.' ll ah w be acquired, and It la one a* being prompted by political baa brought disruption aad defeat In .
'
4.11 personal spite or envy. It la probible two former campaign And It waV' "
thai any person who make up hismild Fwe-lfth Street. "
308.
/ that there'la not a commissionetj well recognized from the Fret that oaly p 1"

I that a* ta going to'have It can A ai:!, allY county la the State who I. not .a conservative man would be areptable ; i .

get j I" aetalataat e Cort:, It consists lU; much at faalt la the thing rharsHta. since the idea which have twice I
IN
of Wi work working hour ,after .are UMM of Dade The tact ta. they brought defeat are now altogether N

boob day after day, aad never. letting Ui do It. They have been violating 'lacking ta appeaL Also, the State of I

Jie spirit and latent of the law forrwra. 'New York was to be considered. The.-
,.hen. acai*. rtrwoaatota of aotic-
11"
t:: I Judge Jocea decision does Dot ':South sad West left t to New York to

trig what to ofaaff! M :arw.. : you: fled: epos the personal character or 'rkk oat the particular man Insisting

1 tearalac. from,tMrtaka asoe-.ors or ''' enesty of thM Dad county rltlaeB ,1 i that he be a coaservativ candidate : L %,

what U 7oar..lLi t / makes theaa the -Ow ,the aatttawn of Mr. Roosevelt, ca e..- .

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The yachts Roamer and Palmetto

'I which sailed yesterday morning for SL I
.lr : BUSINESS LOCALS. \I
xml via. the west t'OUt,1 I returned to

H. r. KING. port this morning, the Roamer having sc

I oat her thoej The yacht had gotten Headquarter fancy-groceries, fruits I
"The 1
Funeral Director; and E Ideal
I 1300 I ibalmer. is far a* Caesar' Creek when the accl- I etc. at Wilson A Fly T

LEI : lent occurre+4. A new shoe wltr be
I 1 I Desira5lt temp rooms Tor enL Inquire
'" Call.I acted at onc4 and the Roamer hauled of
Hank of _
Bay e' yne.
]i"'i''j I i out at Peck tt Bailey's shipyard where
: r"I 11 1 Dry Goods Millinery and
it will\ be pUG on, and the yachts will Smith's Restaurant opposite post- ,

>robably make another .tart the early fflee; best mlla10 town. Short order Ladies Outfitters.
a specialty. Board and room by
THC r he llouHek pens Club of CoruanulGrove part.of next week. day. or week. t i

iMitertaiied the school children
MIAMI METROPOLIS. OLDFIELD NOT UNEASY. ream-Jo
DAILY

I Ice cream and also have the I
plain
Ice cream. K r i MI, etc. The lltle folk
MIAMI. vt.A... April 8, 19U4.\ hail 'an, jnmuilly I good time. 3ver Threatened Suspension Ry American cream on sale at the Biscayne Drug I 1.
Auto Auociatio i.Barney Company. I 142 i ..
--- I ,

MAIL SCHEDULE.Arriv ] Mr*. :&. F. dhrimnan and Mr. O. E. -
the .
Oldfleld auto hamplon.ind
.-1 ''Thomson, ladles of PhoenixIvtllar Hotels and families ran buy genuine '
proi ilneat I !
his manager, Charlie Cue per were Tennessee
from the North-- cream at Biscayne Drug I'I'1
*, \ Paw. among the arrivals at .
Jacksonville yesterday, therimesL'nin.
.a says Company. .
lOb: a i this Th..11II 14; l
the morning
E- Biscayne They left on he afternoon -
11:25 n. m. to K'ansauMartinique. Sunday morning on the ---,-- --
dose for the North- ,' I go $ train for Ormond. stopping for :aew If you want Ice cream that It cnod .y 0.y i

1:06 a. m. : hours at St. Augustine. sod pare bay It of the Biscayne Drug
Oldfield was asked as to he statement -
<:4S p. m. Mt sod Mrn| H. W Ho>t, prominentsoefetyl Company. They use Tennessee cream. ,
made in New York 'pa >ers, that 4
people of Chicago believing he was to be suspended from member- 141 I

THE WEATHER. that,{it I ii bettei late than never arrived ihip In the American Auto A isoclatlon Are receiving New Spring Goods in all lines 4

: here!,, tblThef i mon ing on a short vacation 'or driving races In the Sou i _UDe- Pure Tennessee cream on sale atBiscayne daily: Call and inspect the Spring Style, something ,j
Washington For Eastern Florida wi I be h several claaDd will Drat Company. 142
: re
tloned by the, A. A. A. M*;. OldfleHWhereup new every daI have justj returned from aNew
I Fair to-night and to-morrow. take' Inturning '__ and Havana before re-

Maximum ..... ..... .... ... ...... -J 12 II 'home :old"To: what do you refer?" Miami Conservatory of Music. York and.am prepared to i how r loa the .t+

Minimum .. ....... ............ .. ifa I I ')D he was shown the following from Franklin Caveman Bush Director. fruits of my trip. s ;

j I Mr. John Gr pene, cashier of the Hot !25 Twelfth Street 421 '
New York paper:
e t Itel pojonial, it Nassau accompanied "Barney Oldfleld ls'render charges.The i 1 1I 1'
by Uri GreenIng passengers com- American Pleasant Sleeping Rooms In my
racing board of the Automobile '
I TOWN TOPICS. [ I It gWE "brer this morning on the steamer Association I* Marching for Twelfth-Street Residence. Shower bath ',

Miami. and will spend a day or twober eta For rent at summer rates. Mrs. I
information In regard to Oldfleld. who _
t before going to their home in E. C. Beck. 181
!ha driven at race meets la the South
CORRECT.Mr. )(. J. Sllgh New York Cit I,. .
unsanctioned by the A. A. A. doing o
wishes Ue Metropolis to mak: Square good repair
interested openly." The champion U also accusedof
of this statement that he Is} F.;, B, Sherwood, who has been connected Impolite remarks regarding the racing for sale, very cheap. Mrs. E. C.

U the1 commission firm
SliP Co. but that he Is her* only Colonial at Nassau this season. cameo '
"Suspension, it was said yesterday,
t ,. Intciesl of the Htm |rf E4T? .et this morning on the strainer Call at the Racket Store and see
win be his lot. the term to be settled t
Parry. I I Miami and eel 1 leave tonight for his their line of ladles' crush leather belt .
upon later In accordance with the extent -
_
home In Boat D. Mr. Sherwood will at 35 and 50 cents.
bN voter' la of the 011''.... It la'' Mated that E. B. DOUGHS
HAND.Le'err
BE
return to A he Colonial next season.
Miami who favor the election of Davis Oldfleld openly competed at meets LARGE FURNISHED ROOM ,

and Tallaferra be on hand Mr. ;E. O. Blackman returned this )
1 Fair Building tonight to take part.! toT morning from a week's" trip to Nassauon Cloned and providing this I* the case: street In 31 O and 312, Twdfth Street.;.
the will be .
[ the formation of the dab. It wa* Impossible punishment more severe."The
business and This
pleasure. was
to see all la time to gelj their tracks upon which Oldfleld rodeaad VOTING CONTEST. ..,
Mr. iBIackman's first
visit to this quaint .
signatures.. bat the Invitation I* extended British city. He Is much Improved by the organization which prompted Every ..subscriber the Dally Metropolis t '
the meets will also be dealt with. The 5r
an who will to Join. aid
to can BOOM deserving young; I
{.
/
his uttng and says Nassau Is an Ideal
.
A. .A. A, having decided to make Itscontrol and .
man woman :Jn securing a business I
pot: for quiet and rest.
CAADIDATE.-"A telegtam In the sport absolute will act I II TMoREE
NEW summarily In the matter la order that education by using the ballots to which .. .. . .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. e
was received this morning from M. 8. they are entitled on payment of sub I, ,
M4.' Rev. C. Volz and Miss LOlliA
+
8&ma. of Merrill's Island Bre arjl Laetlch. of motb.ID'Ia. Its position may be well defined. scriptions. Real oar offer on slits SRO'l5 .
Saginaw Mich-
,
"Suspension at this tlm. will bar
kave announcement '
county, to his : pat and daughter respectively, of MrWm. psgs. QA.
.1" KINDER LOU
in the JI1amJ'papHL Sine the 11'4rawal th- Oldfleld from record riding at Ormond ,
,
Laesch. of Larkin who have been
I
of Wade Jones from the 8 spending the winter at the latter'shone
tonal race Mr. Sam. ha decided to her him from the early spring meets on Tenth street, for rent Apply at

Mr. Sams wh Is fit this morning for Michigan In the East.Oh. ." this 0'".
stand for the place. i
after a: most enj='shlw stay. -
familiarly known u Seabrook Sams. I saw that said the champion Kinder Lou Crates.

"Is said to bed gentleman eminently glancing at the paper. "but Just between FOR RENT. STORE ROOM .
'
qualified to AH the position In a thoroughly Mr. H. E. BemI. manager of the III. I dolt think It;,will amount opposite post-office now occupied asa '

eredltahN..t. and one who Hotel' Colonial at Nassau, came over to anything. I bicycle store. Apply to 222 Thlrteeath -. Chase & Harney. Miami

has such a large number of friend* in this morning on the steamer I Miami. "/t I la true that I gave an exhibitionrare street 196 Sell : ITS.lTK3.ey
Mr. l'lnlai.1II; leave tonight for Bed-
at New Orleans without the sanction
both counties M to make him a re
markably'' strong candidate, ford, Pa.. where he own and conduct of the association, bat It was not NOTICE.: Lou crate&

r the {,Ntw, Bedford House during the my fault nor the fault of the club at all over Dade County. '

ABROAD. Mr. and M ra.C.F. rammer and which be will prepare at New Orleans that did not the ,
TRIP once for opening.I w* get The Miami Transfer Company ..... ..... ... . .. .. .. .... .. . .. . ...4
Salver have gone for {he i ammer.They sanction. We wired the racing board hereby notify an merchant and others
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go direct"to New JTor t from, In New York but did not have so that they will not be responsible for ___ ___ _______ _h __
whence they win sail on the 2th for and Mr*. F. A. Hume who have much as a reply to our messages. Now any debt or other obligations contracted .

'a tour la foreign lands Their itinerary ..rI'ed' spending the winter at Orlaad-. do you think I would forfeit the f<00 la their name. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Includes stopping points In England this morning to spend a little that I put ap for mv appearance In 1M MIAMI TRANSFER CO.

Prance Italy] Germ Africa Urn* la )Miami the city about which New Orleans, Justj) oa account of not I '

\ I, Egypt and other countries They willkept the f'' have heard so much They are having the sanction of the racing 100 TOMATO PICKERS AND TEN Epicurean Restaurant

busy ntll Jjily Unit when they air ady very favorably Impressed and board! Not a bit';' of 'It. This racing PACKERS wanted at once by Easter .

/Teipect t to reach America,4in! and will wjl probably decide to locate. Therat board u I see It. Is made np of a crowd ling Brothers,.Cutler Flax 190 305-12th St

then go to Narraganaett Pier for the at present guests of the Everglad of grafter, anyway. It takes IS*. you I .

'remainder of the rammer.t know to get tieir sanction. ,
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CLERKS AND CARRIERS.These
I fa'u I' dent W. M Brown of the Fort "I don't knon what action they will I Continuous Service from 6 o'clock m., until JO m.

THE: BAPTIST BAZAAR -The ladies JNationbl Bank had business take on the m tter but I de not think I. .p. .;

of the Baptist church announce ( doifn to Cutler today, and being corned It will amount to much. will be examinations held at . eeeee e* eeee . .e-ee i e... . . . .a. ass.

that they netted $ S&27 J as the proceeds Pel io go bv carriage he made vpy Oldfield' pu rpoae In going to Or- the school building on April Kb for the I I
positions of clerk and carriers In the
of the bazaar held during Fair a Ijart:; consisting of Mrs. W. W. mond Is to lower the straightawayrecord. I
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Week and U this e JII desireto Melts. of Torrington. ConnMln T i
sincere ,Cot and blanks and Information as to duties, K. J. PECK: B. M.
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extend their $ to tea Mr. Oilman, who were I The champion was asked how long BAILS

.many friends who P > -(del ghted, to make the trip. The party I he I expected to! be in Ormond. I I salaries post-office., etc, apply. to J. F. Kraemer PeeK 0 Bailey J

ed article The delay la announcement f.(ear ied'along an ample lunch prepared "I rant fell,oj{ be said. "I am going ; at
has been eaa.ed'' because bills 'for expenses at he Biscayne Hotel. I I ..iI..... a BWII-G_ ,
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FOR RENT.-Two new, nicely
YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL
were not promptly presented. It & ROWBOATS'
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a or mt-- require three week*.
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I shaH IM until I get It. Vaiderblltnow 202. Overhauling and Repairing1. Marine Railway. !

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PERSONAL MENTION. ; record which Is :43. -I i A One line of laces and embroideriesat I I

I The Racket Store. Our prices are
The houseboat Gopher with Mr. the fastest ever ridden In a j lower. of forcing up price This view will FOR RENT.-Sman .tare- coo op.

o hee Moore, 'her owner, and friends I want the straightaway recordThe .TIlt. be encouraged by the more radical poslte post once miuUc for tailor,
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at Is I aboarcl.l
W, A. Tracy. Jacksonville; I
went out today enroute to chtJiplon's two newspapers. Party ammunition maybe barber hop or office.
today on buslnes .! FOR SALE.-One hundred acre of
and adjacent waters. 1,Bullets, went down ,...rd. furnished as a result during the

J. M. McCormiekj, of the I *. E. C RT.at . I I freight Hefee's sure of lowering the 'fertile land on No Name Key, a part coming campaign. Combination It I* CARE OF HOUSE WANTED.-Aa/

S t Augustine, Is la the city, 'I The schooner yacht Edna, Capt. B. I record, and he said that after he had my fruit which contain true. In many cane mean elimination i'one desiring to have their faraiahai
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Ball will sail tomorrow for New York, j i arcompllrhed this. he would appeari the PlaDtaR' and. variety of of competition sod the opportunity of home cared for during the summer far

'X ]I. )llddw.... a large con mission ,I Mr. and (Mrs. Wyeth. her owners ha,- : next In St. Louis. tropical plantation In obtaining prices for the output the used' ( a portion of the name, auy.
lag gone ap today by rail I "I have )lad a nice offer for Florida: ; soil clay, and Oil'
man of Tampa, la here bolo Ir ater Ii | very the Stand company being communicate with "H" ear of Mtropolia. *-.
i exhlbltioil productive. For farther Information
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the tomato crops. at St. Louis. besi the most ; example of this fact .
1 When the rarht Edna has gone In { d. ard f' think I shall go there after are Nicholas Matchovltchon| the but nature's laws are Inexorable and

Ba--;;;: New York premise or address him Key West likely N -- --
George 0. and, Mr. prink the houseboat. Savanllla. leering Ormond. no combination I* long to be -- --

those here this 111 be the only one of Ian __'a '! .. -- Fla. (17 Frances Street able to put oa the screw The combines I I I
were among arrivipg
morning from 'Be aeh. ensure emus still remaining here Miss Caroline Wood daughtr ol a may temporarily obtain higher lofe

tam I II nd she will get avtr In a few day pomlnent ''St. Louis Judge, hae- THE COST OF |U VINO. prices because of the demand beinggreater Palms.EVSDMlR.

Rev. F. Paacoj Presiding-I Elder oC I this b rand u? the coast. rr'ved: a commission to make a m. .'I e than supply. Once let theoC'OIIdlUODa 11_-'-

.district leaves tomorrow( Kea Nest I . I i of "The Spirit of MIrt.to r- The cost of living ha reached a be reversed however;, and 't l 5

to be absent about tea dars. ,I'' The steamer Miami arived la port 'I mount the dome of the Missouri but ding higher mark than it has :DI ii" last prices will drop, Agricultural products Overlooking the river 5

his morning from Ntiaau with a large i, at the World's Fair. The Misleourt ten rears. opines Duns R-iew.! and I may tend continually upward be-i I and ocean with

1 E. ]I. 'Shanks, at New York ks In amber ofl| passengers and : returned I'I_ statue I I. .hei{ first large effort' the various commercial pape.s appearto i f cause of natural economic condition: I good

the city and will remain: antll Sunday his afternoon with several late trarers 'f Another ..om&ll''sculptor whore work be unable to account for '!tae high but manufactured' article .are la a I I' rooms and board at

when he leaves fcr, Havana' eta a bnstae. to this popular resort. I Ii will be prominent at the Fair I* Miss prices. Bradstreet's believe them to different' category" i reasonable rates.

. Janet Scndder Terre Route be In some due to the
.. trip. II | a girl. measure "largely

I'I The trading schooner! O.*. .. troy Her work for the Exposition Is a statue sentimental Influences of the breakIng ., FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. I J. McCoOum, Proprietor

Mr. A. B. Partner and family, who '- We..' arrived 1 Is port yesterady of President' James Madison. I Ii out of war between" Russia and Ja i

fare ..... spending the winter at Co- afternoa from the Island City j II i pan." The United States Inventor is !I I am a candidate for the position of L Bad St..D.yte.' F...

roust grave, left this' morning for . Chsobermsid' wanted at Bay View. nable to see the reason for the rise'!I delegate to the National Democratic
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their home at Dowaglae. Mlch.H. The steamer Shlnecock, which Is due Hotel 205 In commodities while storks' and wages Contention at St. Louis Mo., for Second

--! .B port this afternoon from Key Wed !| are going down. : Congressional District I.. permitted -

B. Squires' of 84| Augustine, aa- will leave tomorrow oa her but trip I BIDS WANTED: The Increased supply of gold The:I to refer to the entire Democracy'

of the )Florida East Coast Hotel of the, seMon to the Island City. She I,
'system, Is la the city today i havag re- win return Suadav and after laying,up ;t lea the beach at Cape Florida la vicinity the increased prices, but If the prices : as a Democrat, and If I am for {

ftmwd this morning oa the steamer a few ..... for cleaning\ boilers sad of Old Town South, Point and commodities rise, the prices of stock tunate "enough to have your aid la

Miami from Nu.... other minor repairs, will leave for Sag wharf of twelve hundred' ton native which are measured also In value by Dade county at the election. I shall

jXr. |" Harbor for the summer. The Miami rock la piece not under fifty pound. gold certainly ought not to df 'Ilaeas ,- greatly appreciate It.. aDd can assure AND

3 ....; Gardner leaves tonight win take the ran to Key West sad Work to begin not later than May 1st.. they have been doing. It adds: I you Orange county Democrat will also BOOKSELLERMIAMI

for Memphis to ee his mother who I. Havana, and oa the 1SU the Martinique and completed by August 1st.. 1*>4. The popular new of high prices, appreciate It. r

m. From there he win goes to St. will go oa the Nassau run saW Rejection of any and an bida reservedby needless to say, does not deal with Very truly your 1LA

Lola'to ftaiila possibly an .ematl.rwitf Mar let when she will alai>> lay of fort R. U. Muaroe.' economies if the 'dinner ....1. la not I D. N. Bachelor.

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N TORK WILL INSTRUCT that It will prove of greater strength I, UHLOAOIHC WATERMILOHS.VTvrk t BESTs OF TERMITES.La /4*** iA'a.AtiGlubbing

Judge Parker than It could to another I ,
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PARKER .. .. '.
H. FOR lstereetlas A" : be ( .1teal. -
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SAYS 1TCARREN.rrj {, .. ., tae .. .taat.rsl .
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I name. bitterness of I! (......1... _rk.t.rr._
-U U true that the I
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"iMtnctiods of the most posltJTeurt I the opposition to me Is due In part to i I II I Play ball11&I01 a stalwart looking An u..edi..ar'Y* \ intrrrstiny; eese oftrrroitra Rates.
p. I ha. been added to the
1 U his own ae.ta
William R. Hearst who standing on a big tmrkload
for Judge Alton B. Parker wIUit j j young man eullvrtiftnB.. of the .\m.n..... MuwenmofNaturaIlliatury *
tsc for the Democratic nom of watermelons barked up to the curb
candidate
cosTfnWOSL ...
the DemornUc State I ;, ni.tbr New York
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given which, melon'swere
WIlli! ythe olo n I in front of the store at the .
All reports to the tSootrmir >reaworUtjr.of I nomlnatlon Mr. to be dellrered.snd i moment later, I Time. Thin termite ii so insert r -lP'

eoBsidermtloa.. The mit nation for the i presidency. : he had towed the Brut big and solid green; | armblinr s while sM, roinmon t.Cu- 'j 1
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asked met support him .ullb. llahama.,and \
fttOr-t. tint Hearst to ol lombia.Janiaira \
I nleW be adopted sod globe to a maa standlrg la the middle
ttb.l1N.l.! York Aelecatlon to the jsttouts and I told him it was Impossible I, the Idewalk. woo totwml It to a man ', its newt rrtrre. >ilr. >.,trewbal In rltt The people of Dade County will want all the news
for the reason that I had promised the front of the store whtre''and, Julie that nf tlr fairJliar hnrnrt.
'' coaT nUod will *atne the maD standing; at mold whirharciimuUMf this year as it is to be an interesting one be-
of
made
h W trgrialilr
to support Judge Parker Mi r. the wstennelons; were to be pHed. sal '
b who la'to be the Democratic eaadldate I in thvn>ral fnriuationaaf cause of the elections
York Sun.
for the preslde qr.- Hearst then began a series of attacks the New the i.I."I'!.. sod .owr It.. rok of W ldiWi I F
theM thre kspt the
y in ADd then men .
recently I
culminated
night( upon me which ,Lrti. rotor of
to tie
*tt nent ww made last going through the air tithe > bn no duubt.
watermelon
to This Senator Patrick H. McCarrenj I In a hidden declaration that I am the paid i. whole load had been transferred I the f ral r<-.-k.I National State and County

a rrporter, for jUi I agent of the gas companies, represen- from the truck and stacked np In a pile I Tlitrriritr l I. N.th a boon and a '
j" Ing them In the legislature. Mr. Hearst at the store door. This U the common niiiMinr* < spoke with
f .IDterYMEWlth.I.UcCarron Is prepared to attack any person who way la which 'watermelons are unload, i iL i* found; the flrM. becaueechickens .* ==_4_-.... _
his absurd and preposterous ed. and In which they can be shifted a thrive when |Ific..n it sa a dirt '
to support
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! !Jool was surprised to eee published aory refuses ambition to be President ..>f good deal quicker than they could be and the. .PCUIM!. brr.u.e it has s fund' The
-. to the effect that the friends by picking them up and carrying nts for rsvin-Ijtifr l ; trrr and wander I. Metropolis
content' to the United States. Mr. Hearst has: around at rsuom: through the
.t Judge Parker will be them la. tIt I lug
a Sew made about all the noise that Is to and work themalls woodwork tf h.u.es. much to the c etriment Has it offer
.....the ni, rule applied'itf Is strenuous work perfected arrangements whereby can
I I has developed Iw.lh tiler and hona Another -
without holding (oat come from him. He for skill too tossing andfatrblngwatennelons such attractive rates for various
ITork fleJecaUoa. it ha. l is in eating deadwood newspapersthat
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which be IIM
ounce of strength of I ; but the men that bandit
for Instruction*." said Senator Mc arre I every ,. leave only Ii there should be for
watermelons handle many loads thus in the rents aa to no excuse people remaining -

*. ,fWord 'uttered by construed Jade Truax! to I capable. I and get; well accustomed to the work i In a thin rhrll.hi..11 readily I'"u..b..d ',4 in ignorance as to the happenings of
hare been ,wlated and the coarse of the season and they transfer rrdurm I" nitild.
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'.ears the opposite of what i was i Iptesded. i BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP load after load without mlrtiap.. 'I In nettled, cI Ii i.trirt the trmit trrqurmlt '' the year.

_____ iltirV h..ur.. and an work '
Ton cannot make'my words I But even an eipert watermelon catcher [L_---f I II ,
I I ball occasionally, anwhen I that the ""'.1"t "f the ini.rhif ':one i i.
too emPIt.tle.la8tnktJoaa. i tmeedlately relieve hoarse, croup may muff a wallrmmblra I Iaw.r 'i
I I' to isitheinp not.ppnrrut ,umil p.Nnp' '
be does they never stop
of the most posture rasping .
{ .I I cough, oppressed rattling the fragments. It U quite beyond I a. if maii fo..f )"l,0''. wh.nappar RATES.
,on for Judge Alton B. Parker wild h and difficult breathing. Henry C. _. entli it .... a. fIm.< r.rr. Kirn furnltnrr 4 I ,

given by the Democratic State conVen- I Stearns, druggist Shnllsburg Wig, rtpalr. : i- u. I >afr Itir, ternne.hau,

Uoo. The| unit rule will Jhe adopted l writs May 20 1901: "1 bare been I the l li..h' .n<: nill? imariabl.T build l a'''

and enforced, and the New York delegation ,selling Ballal d.a Horehound Syrup for ELOQUENT IRISH EYES. t alone! from ttr, i--4! tutee ifriMtn_ amI The Daily Metropolisand
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conventionwill I tbenr ti. the p.iint of a.-tie ... rk One Year
to the St. touts ] and have never bad a prep
two years .
..... .. .. them live in each 4
lit Demotrade Tk.r Tell .f tireat .f C. Th I ;acme the man who U to the I armtion' that has given better satisfaetlon. sad 0....... .. ... | and the raIu| other for the prrsldenc '. I 'I notice that when I sell a bottle "al... } r"|.airii wlrn a nr.1 lia. Leer. niiit'lat Daily Times-Union i

"Any course would be suWdid. I they come back for more. I can hon pci! \U !Ii i<:!k >hurt of ipar\t'liiu' It i i. i iI II

Democrats In the South and West tave : estly recommend It." 2ac. talk, $1.00. 1 The eye i* what the soul makes It. I ."Wlb... a ...t.*ilt i..t on r rut ono of ibr Semi-Weekly Times-Union $5.501Weekly

said that thky will follow the lead: ,o< 1 Sold by. Rod Cross Pharmacy. |and, like a true indicator It records thecharacter 1I..r..I.\ i in haltr, "Hha machete 4
U Instructed delegation of Its po>*ew ir. The Irish and! Panic the next 1I.nrlf: rxprvt'nct
e New named.York: an tare made It plain, 14. I IAi II ,Ce most eloquently bevneaka the 1* They ,
after of Ireland' people nays the Clnjcinnatf beet its normal ,laic.. fur tbr bnn in- Union .
take,poIIltly action ,2.oo
that New York must cremated adult human body
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I Enquirer. : .habksn1s, < tiricir
and that U this state doe* io t"toeU'e.for leaves: a residuum of gray ashes which,, Deep and blue as the great warps of enough) mal.r"'l| to ""buH.' that With Atlanta Journal twice a week 12.25

? Judge Parker the convention i altogether do not weigh more ttu._ {the ocean tender, and sparkling as the 1'ho-h had heir rut awar.Thr 4
] will look elsewhere. for Its riadl-. about'two pound knrelight of the stars brave aDd fearless'as usual inh.hil.n. of one jf the.r 'With Weekly Palm Beach News $2.00

,data Judge Parker Is : crowing j IID' f I : the heart of steel-clvi warrior,.,eer- trrmitr. n.-" are -nlilrT! ." "worl i
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strength, every day and by the ''t.IDHI i" j: HEALTH IS YOUTH. jleis eyes 01 blue! The undying patriot ..r.- ""rnalt'i*.'" and "fnjrrn." Stut:% ,f <
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the convention meets attle'w11l .K' Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age ism of generations the faith I. !their their habit. ha. hanitt prrgrrrr+: far Qld subscribers must pay all back dues befoi .they '
holy religion, and the marbles* wn and tMiiirh an .elo admit of r..eripti..nof ;
heard olf anyone else. He will be nominated taken- morning heron humor the bright optimism, which.. tVr .".,-t .!IT' :ii r. of the termite.' f M can take advantage of these offers and cash

on,the Bnt ballot;: and. qnlea t i i. Herbine every la robes however dark _Rbe clouds may be.can always fkrliit} brtmrrn the various pens of in advance must accompany all orders for
breakfast will keep
mistake u made no other eandldau you see the stiver lining-eJl these are 1their romm".it}. \ these combinations. .
kealti. ward off -. Hr .
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will be ; 'beautifully blended In the azure orbs of
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1 have received letter* from maajRepublicans ;r .I curesi constipation, bllllousnesa, dye]|Eaton lId-4d"1 eyes of blue. The j
akin and liver and kidney -. Its ear In worki etUDe out the pen- ADDRESS t
of -| .. of pee pepsin, fever The laughing eyes of France's daughter i
I ; the blood I sloos to the old veterans and widows"for
It purlBeai
ognised standing In their parfy. prom- fomplalat are charming Indeed luminous are
Parker If he b it and clears the completion. Mrs. D., the midnight orb of the canny ini I.. the ,Iut quartrIK The pension

nominated Mac to support la opposition Ja4p jj 0 Roosevelt. | Wj Smith. Whitney, Texas writes Apr,, maiden, mild (and blue are those pf theiltbtbrowed will h'.re I increased over four bun- A Ii' Miami

that the ma..taaNi.CJlIItC i sJp2. "I have: used HerbI .. and SnIt It la my opinion this bAt medicine for consUpathM' soft and sweet the eye of the g.ldeahalred sneak well for the care which the ad-
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win be reversed that a well English lassie: but for beauty
It wm do,,all mialatrsttoo Is devoting to the Interests ,
factiqo al and jjver tronplea. yw
tfeaned Republican win be, and depth of meaning there 1s none like
..e4 with the Democrat* supportinj r I chic; for It. I can highly J'I't'OIIIdII 1 ,lie true, honest blue of the Shamrock. of the old soldier aDd widows.-

J.dsw Parker rreaidcat, RooseveHVapopularltir ft"i| We., a bottle. Sold by Red Crow I land, "sweet eye. .of. heaven''I owe,hne." Dally Capital, i jiI

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J Florida tEast. Coast Ry. :1 I treasurer In the discretion of the I I Ss S ;
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LOCAL TIME C RD o.53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.I Notice la hereby given that thfe Undersigned and the same person. The names, peka.. Kan*4. says: "Of all the couch f : s
Intend to apply; to his Ext
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ton ant' remedies Billa>d', HorehooBd Syrup >
tovuf-sun OWL ionMto, rns-iut UP.s..1 I cellency William S. Je 'lnp. I GOT- rotiduct I
the business of the < } .1
to ClJf\l 'r- l Iq ray gash tel It haa dona and will fnWADDIfLL'S

..I .Me.n aw" N.4 .s. IDaly. ,I error of tit State of Florida, for Let- atlonluutil those elect.J at the Bntelection do all that 1 claimed for It-to ..JINCI.II s
.U7. DJty. Daft.STAT10Ns .....,. ,,1Ja1Jll 11411. b oot11. 11.11$. jtera Patent on the proposed charter Guarantee
qualified tt *
shall be !
ThoDl
areas cure all coughs and cold*-and It la

....w. 1s t{a ... a. J'kMiiT'c........ L Arf. .I.:..v ....... 11 0 III' ...t.Au.fu.Ur. I | Ma+, T.ua I40 I This 24th day of February A. D. 1904 1 < >
first ice-president Join F. Olive! .;jo. SAc bottle. Red ,
.. .. ; $1.00 bold bj
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1011 t0 0 1.: .t L r.I' t *** "* IH ....... | EDWARD BURKE, seem Tlce-presldent; $ L. Patter SOD Croat Pharmacy.. i'i '

.. 1q 'T! .. -L. i ...1) 101. 1 11 t ..... i I I JOHN F. OUVE.i secret 't"and trea..ute"': and Thorn! You are sa it 14 or
... 1 0 lib 1L as | ........ Ar ....: t,4. s t0 I i3 ....... THOMAS COSTIGAN. If the Insurance companies do not Heistoe. "
1'Up 1--- i Coati an, Edward Burke Jobs: F. 01
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$ it4- bt i I W. W. ERWIN. ,, l let up on the'people of thin section
Tit .... ).>W.Ari TUal TMaTrilma T)1 111 ....... ire! SV. Erwin and S L. Pdttenoi He putt you oo top
S. L. PATTERSON.CHARTER. the latter .lll home
I have to organize
:. 4tp Lt. Ne.ral L. 11 .... .... shall a'tJt.U.he boi-1 of dlr.clnre tjr telling you tt the
Clp ..Ban.)){ I -I ThItneetl au-i first arenas Insurance companies or quit carrjrlntIniiurance. bottom ,'
1J. < organization
"P ..Dapnati... .. ......:. U ... .. 1 The present ratea are almost .
-.T. p H 1 T. .. a es 4 1Cf '1.: stockholKM shall'M '
1 / tTp 1 M ....D..aus..1 ilia Nai1 UPon .. The undersigned persona. Thomas prohibitory. In fact they a c.wIT rour"iiTOt' eh..
first
lr.nar. 3 t$ held on the Monday In April, A. .w ab.7er rear .
11 >b ...N w bn 14o a a 03 $ Costigan Edward Burke. John F. Olive prohibitory In a great many inatancta. i property. S i
fl.'ml Hit
yran. i. ... k office it
..lip ... ....4t.k IIur.. ... 4t. ; D. 19< in the city of ) Florid vi your* fining lace
... 3 4 4Q" 11a ....Tltut UI.... 1i11a ..M. $03 103p. ... W. W. Erwin and S. L.' Patterson. (: The rate on this office ban been mo-ethan ol this county. 1
i the principal place pf business 'n
-. ........ .. /r. I .. ... .... .. .. 113 .. .... i doubled >inside of three yeaia. $
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{ 10 P I h i.. hereby associate themaelrea together said Company, at the office of Graham Ca0 aa1 ore f
.. .. 14t 1 4T p 1 rt ...Ea. Oallt... p 3) 1I 47 p for the of Other people In thW city have far 4 i
........ .. D JteIM I ree.. 1113 P ..... 1! f 40 p.. I purpose becoming Incorpoij- iPatt noD Erwin: and there- i f A. WADDELJ.Heal
il: ..t46..tlan... .. ..... f i N .. ated under the laws of the almost aa bad. The only excuse gin>a '
... .. j alter !Ion the flat Monday in February ;
-.-. 13p.t.... 1141$ .: I U ,hat the companies have had usui 1.ly I.I U laformathM Bairvae. A I
-. air t c3 Sup Yt r. / !0 f iM s 1344. U0 p -- Florida. of each Collvcttoai .
and
I4Tp ... ...TtML... 117 ..... lu Asa. .. .T.'t"1 .r.i I large: 1.-.'10 the part few yeai *. Itrmey. S

.. tip .. J.n.. 1 141 ..... testa. .... -. |Ater The following I* the' Sl&t'1 I II i I The; officers and board of directors The real o cause, 'Is that the companies Office first X.t. But fli.a.i. Fle.M S
-. : ... T $l p : .bts.'I / 33 p'' :.... v | for the Intended ( I of said corporation j shall be elected at ''are to shire aalali. I
unwilling their
.. .. 31 Hut. $obnd.. 1 C3 r .: V Ya 1 Article One. The name of : s
-..... ...I 41 p : 10 V v 1*. the first annual meeting of the atock- and other operating expenses to meetS I
ea M M asp b w P.1.I..s.k 10p 103op vas 1 f0w P poratlon shall be the Dade Count,r eath M -
holders,
rK t 6 Stop 4O .PV B..h.. 7COP 30t3P eri le Ka 0! and at annual me< three burdens and are assessing It
... .. .. ... .. j Title Insurance and Trust Company TWO IS
for .ll..t.a. IeTp a !7 051.:
of th stockholders if 1 In BBTTBBJHAJf
Ill. /3fp ...r.. Drlr.r //TP TI ... lK / P thereafter or > upon those .hq do buslnjna" with them.
....... .. 1satMnLle .... ...... with principal offices at Miami. Dade
i/ R / l 4 i r annual j
1 tf w ... .. 45 Hallandai 411 .... !. ...... 1 IT any tear no regular shall.tL'IlfI I It baa now reached the! point almost: Here'* a pointer for the HiTaorou
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Florida.
...... Ot P..7. .... ... County, for any cause be held they ; b:e' where, a lot of us are .working the year You want lo ...* moaej
1 S I O 10 1 lJ Miami 1. 1i 'TiO"I fa 1 Article Two. The general nature of ..ad.n,1,know bow to help W
elected at the next meeting of stockholders round for the Insurance companies you. *
I a to you pay a little more 'U
the bualneak to be transacted shall be
4a aat at itatfcv wen tlsM U.a.l oss : .
Mop
Ibereattw called for that purpose. taking as It due. .n the profits or the the pnee of one paper and get she 'we N
I the Insuring tha owners of real estate, you want. To
j business done \\o pay Insurance. How P"of the Daily
Condensed Sohednl Btwin 3 .cli.onvill. and St AngustlB. I! mortgagees, and others Interested Timet-Unioo and Citizen ha recently _
Article Six. The highest amount o!I j long are the business men of this counI -

*,tt* a*,ttt a*. tT a N. t a..s 1 I In real estate, U 01l'Der. Incumbrancen" Indebted lesa .which this company ma 'I I try going to sired such a thing? For be reduced to the followlaf, prioeThree I
aWUtTMCa Duly1PW7IfR.Ihtt.i. k.its month.. .. .. ......, .
Tt IT. Kally i> > Duly bally Daty ; or otherwise against loss b +; VIM
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yMM'' I y at any tjm* subject Itself Is one-halt 1; one. we do n< ,t feel like working another I Mix menthe. ..... ............. log

(,..J..k... ttta_ THi, 1 liB.'. NI1r1*. |1Mt1 p !* tap t!e p sf p reason Incumbrancea or defectlre of the amount of 1U then fully paid year fot them.-Dally Oo year. ...................... M _'
>. AlfvKtM.. *Ua U.I. ;llip IMp Mp 4Mp Up s11p11 M f tltleyrtil Tall.bU-1
;] loaning and Inreat- la cDl 1 .....an. We propose to send joa both tb. .
( ...btf]'.* *> N..I Ba.Sjataa.TttItally 7w I Ing of money! !upon securities upon Its lt.tOCk. Daily, and Sunday Tiitee-Uaioa aid .
lACKMMVILlfa. Rfu'Ilea I h The names and ft4Idea. UlUien and
M I Dsay D.4y Dull+ IwUy Daily HAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.There's too Mrntopou for:
own account and aa agent or trustee Ineorporaton of th;* MX month.. ...... .... .. $ | .M
N.SLAa4s.tla.... I **a] T M *j TMat n Ma IIMahttaJ 4MpllltpllMpj Up |Mp a T for other] the acquiring, holding One .. I
i.J.M..tls,_, aa] is* *] M a | $ 1a 7llp III M a I persona; company and the amount of capital nothing Ute doing a thing year. ......l... t a

nalng. leasing. Improving and disposing atock|! subscribed for by each are i aifollofs 1 thorlouchlr. Of all the Salrea yon eye Timr We,will-Union*..d you e Seml I Weekly .
aDd
Cltiiea
Th ToQowia ; An Throitzh Polhnaa Trains iCASTIM of property real and personal, : Thomas Costigan. New York'I heard of, Bucklen'a Arnica Salve lathe )MrrBoroua: ]! 4 tbs

mm l l f wtritsj TIAIHB.ITaa the accepting and executing of trusts best It tweeps. away. and cure
,s.,41 it *w a* M-e..b.M-aoatkark*Pbnls Pala'Lla*>l Iwd ts4 |I $flM.N.17 11 sM aarkwam 0-T>i Florida ai>4 Llait Florida** 1.aw I ItBv pursuant to orders judgments and aharea; Edward. Burke, New York Cf tears j burn, aorea Iina...., rota bolls, ni One year. a... ............. SM .
decreea of courts of record and b skip eruptions and pflea. Its
y one hundred and three (103) aharea; Thus for it cent ., ...
.Th.t iaatfar rtllb taari 4. more
.o*.bii *pti$ui e.ID..i rala .a walca ao iM *Nt tars unburned. I rlrtne of devises and ). vests; acting Iou iF. OUT*. New! ''York City. on*', only ZSe, and guaranteed to give ...eIKfactlOll. price of the daily, yoti get two papers
+ By 111 drngglata. and for fifty eats tba .
more
aa agent attorney-1 -fact, executor hundred three'(103) i 0. ntjUr -
and .h&J'NV.
i NAXYOW aw08: ,I Ot OI CITY W.XCB.p ; I> dw price of the Mrraoroua, yen n 1
administrator trustee,
assignee, assignee
W. Erwln. Miami Flax seventy-fir* | the Semi-Weekly Time -U.to. cad
ea a [ r.nos. p'i, ts:t tM for the benefit of creditors, recelyer Citiiea and too Farmer w
saIi Dotty D.11 (TS) snares, and S. L. Patterson. Iii- i i i and Frill

.'L. l7ts f13... ...A L p 10p H 1s, L MW t. raa..A v l0U or guardian; and owning ami ami. Flay one hundred and fifteen a 'Conductor Burns of t tls city passed through Grower.Seed
L.. O.t .w.-.A a 1s 04p II ii. L Lk. .I.w .A OP b i operating abstract books covering.>4 r your aoteriptioea to ... Cull
NM k. sa.-..._ A 11 Ih 11 11 s aL, Oraat. C1ty.A 00p N (115)J .h.,... : 'I here yesterday' from South Florida for la advance always at three prioea.
Ms ...1 .. L 1 *0 f0 U M.IA ..Or.City J..Lv MMAltl titles la Dad County. Florida. and I T..IlItfaoPOLII
THOMAS COSTIGAN. (Seal]) northern points carrying twelve carloads ,
the and of tbatracU I Miami. Fit
making selling i or
EDWARD (Seal) of tomatoes.
a.17 a.lt a. BURKE. One of the car

tsad. ,Deny ; xLTPowr BIAICB. ,. assn searches of title therefrom. I JOHN F. OUVE. (Seal]) 'I i was assigned lo San Francisco aDd .
.a l | Article Three. The cunt of the .
lN am W. W. ERWIN. (Seal]) others to Memphis, St. Paul Chicago
4 Ii P ...... .......... rr..m. aM. P capital stock shall be Flftr ousanddollars .
V __r.__ _J.Jm.IwIIla.-J... t .t. li S. 1. PATTERSON. (Seal]) I and other points. This shows what
wet ter L T M 1= ($50.000.00), dtrlded. Ifto aTe Florida can Tallahassee Capitol Cooley & Homer ( ..

hundred shares of the par value of STATE OF FLORIDA. j I 1i I I

One hundred dollars ($100.00) ea b. I A TH01GHTFL"L 1! MAN. "'"
PENINSULAR AND 'OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI, COUNTY OF DADE: I J I ne Read! Estate a! Pcml AztiB .
which shall be payable at the optionof ---
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On :this day personally appeared beE .
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F' cim eoaatcnoa BUM n WAW wrra rrtAsttnv or nc p. t. 1. !. COSI-AIT rei the corporation la cash or pr"p.Tty.1 1,for !to* Thomas Costigan Edward M. a[. Austin 0: Wli,Chester, ind.

HAVANA, KEY WEST AND NASSAU. real or personal at a just rahratlon I Burke John .F. Olive, W. W. Er"Wa.1: I I, knew. .what to /do In the boar of need List Y oar Property With Tkci.A ..

to be fixed by the Board of Dlrecton His wife had inch aa nt ofoal ease ofstomach ,
: and 3. L. Patterson me-well known

Tt..1t..T. .heir th.a...at whisk trml. .ay t .sn.et.a t, arrtv sad o>parlmaivd of this company at a meeting,, called las, the persona described In and who j I I'' and liver trouble phytldaniirould fine[: piece of bay front preptn1.
iem lb.,sees.[ .etM S. Mt$h.4r arrl.al.r departan ai tM li .. I*not araaud, for that I I't not help her. He thought off with riparian nfftau, within few
ix Q.ajp y al lualtrapuB W ter aay delay w aajaf .o..gw.s.. rtno.gu.... purpose- Jsttbaerlbed their name to the : a
uses. 'i.ad'tried i Dr. Klag'. New Lit Pin miaatra walk of the bu.ia...eeatar
Article Four. This corporation shall. going article of incorporation aa and' and the got relief at ot Miami, beinf SM feet on bay and

...C.pt ,... LOCAL TTMX CAJtD or Other ImtorauUe routines and hare full bower. to ez erfor' articles of Incorporation th.I j I flnaJlV oneejjndi 400 feet deep, having a lot of fine
1J. I II i I cured. Only 25c at all'Wc.I bearing tree on It This II la
BWSTHB TICKET AOEKT." else and operate It* corporate fran Dad County Title Insurance and a *'
I i;I r..... place for a winter borne.
I eh..... prl'rllegea. powera and 'ntnunl- Company |did severally ackaowledg '
D. BAE ZB. aat. OotL. Paaa. Agont. ST. AUOU8T1BK., TLL.J Truss aijd dw
ties for the term of ,
Blaety-nla II) that the11 executed the sane
$$28 Tt flfrt
= 1 I I yew from and:;after the cotnoencement for tie purpose aDd uses therein axipressed. The lumber fords and planing mills I MIAMI FLU Bkxt

;. f ''I of Its corporate existence j i :: I I of the Ea-t Coast Lumber and Supply ,.

I Article FlVk' The baalne-i of this IN WITNESS WHEREOF L: hare I Co.. at Ean C.".., hare presented avery l-l.l 1IYhite I

i I HEAVY BI.ACKSMITBIXO, I II company ahllll be eondu.t by aboard hereunto set my hand and official seal busy scene for the past two or Baiter Shoe.

j::; I H'; Bor."h..in<<, War A C arrl.< I F B
Kind.
Yen Air' Brazing Repairing.and Soldering/ ant rice-president 'second rloe-prrsl I II I' D. 1904.' I the yard and la the sh.-m: have notable Four Chairs. No ward=. .

,, I All Word| Guaranteed. Fir t-CU t. dent secretary MId treasurer au cry ,| (Seal) J. W. HORNER. I seen to keep pace with; the bnsi1 Best Service in the City.

I other such officer argents or ema-I01.n'' Notary Public In and for, I t.s.L and It has been f-juad neceMary
I A. COLBY.
Proprietor
800.SiEA <' D. : aa may frn4 time to time b* did the State of Florida at Large o operate the mille at Bight until 10 ..........--..-....'---". : -.
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Aven.7' j o'clock. The steamer "Spartan. .with ,
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making regular tilpa

I I 1I1 I M. J. MDonaldS.XIT.RY I| from Hobe Sound, bringing up the c ir- Clubbing :

r r -- .. :, go of cypress lumber from the .wrecl :d
1 I ; schooner Martha Thomas and heschooner I

B R D LPI4t'MIJIsU "Sunny South" la also >n- Rates.:

1-; -I1 I1E A andPLUMBERS' J ''ptged In this[.work. There ls nearly .

1 half a million feet of this lumber to b* You can save money by sub- .

brought up. Ji forty-hone for the
Air power boiler scribing papers J

; Ling *ail a3 SlTPpJ U and engine land other machinery has you want through

been ordered, and will be Instilled at

'J I POR; Cleveland and lujdt Adticy t once for the purootw of .workng up this The

lumber, and will also be operated ini
All kind of wheels
Savanaih, Clu"nbia.. CamJeo: Southern: Pines for sale or 'entI.Ik I i future to keep up with the ever growIng -
bui n M of the
:; < -TitusA
company. Metropolis.
Raleigh; RichanaJ, \\Vjitimt un.: U.lItimJro, I jl I Street Miami j Fit bMcNeill I 1 rllle Sti r. j

t f Philadelphia. New 1 'urk.r I We can give you theDaiJyTimes.Unionand

| DANDY FOR BURNS. !
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< Seaooird Now Yor Li vliced. & Co. I I Dr. Bergin. Elgin, I1L, .writes: "1 Daily Metropolis, for ,+

l Seaboard Express I Seaboard Ma i II) i| have. used Ballard'a Snow Liniment; t o.Co a year, or both.
I j always recomt\ended It to my friends,

I J n I am confident there 1* no better for six j i months .foci, i

i; Modern pull a .({utprneni.ilaa Livery Feed and Sale Stable I I,12th I made. 'It la a dandy for burns. Those .oo. i

J. who lire on farms arc / liable
4..1 <.. Tre tJ/: 1.11. a.+.i N.t ".... .. ..._. -. M.t./ t p. II Street West of Rn I road. eapeeially '
"'f ....-/ai II. .... ..t..i. ..... .F*..at ..... Ml e>wftll... e.r.a-rat-4U.M ; to many accidental cut, burn, bruises *
e.. '"""41x;.... '*'..."'' ..H".* y......n" W'*.'11....'" ..." '* *. t I which heal .
tad J .I".L.......4Al1,.A.aJI't. ......1"..U".t.t.o.a ......11. .!JIlttIllHtC3iTiii \\' : have J'entlt'horses[ broke for ladies to |Iride and drive. rapidly when Ballard' The 'I
| Snow Liniment la applied. It should

operating daily through slr. fJackMUivillr always be kept In the house for _
ne oj ? -jn r ; m Good Comfortable
Carriages
I [ of emergency. %5e. $Oc. 11.00 bottle. Daily Metropolis.
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New I ))1 Iran
i I : For sale by Red Cross 'i
l Pharmacy;
: j ,. First class Teams and I'lw. I

I ) Reliable White Drivers. I SemJ-Wee k7mo J

For full information anti lrper ro ervatinn'' cull .n any agent of t wS.nhoard IJ J I ,

or write 1 Times*union' I

I ........ .. .....'t... t**.t .eii ..,.;............6.N I Bush d' Safford

A. 0'' MCDONNELL LSLcea p jicksonri le FIL I ..
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; $ S.50
f THE 'i 11 s TrrdtIt.flrm. a year! j

$ S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pasv slat Florida Pastime"I zo .utri4J R c nflij l i ;-- Weekly Metropolis* and SendWeekly 1


._ j Publithiof ComatfailMMf -. High CrtJePiano's Imes-Union both
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1-1 j .1.. . IIca'_ .. a _..If.n; 11I_...... fa.ity I one year. S2.OO.

f: WALTII a. CO.AIUM' JAMCAM. J'ACrVa aC 1m. s 'PATTBH OJIATI X" a dull Ii.Pluriaa. is k. .EJIlM... '"t:1'} : ;:: "....* aad a-u kte..t.rtar.iia. Half = I ;

'-, i .aMf < vs...P Iwo .. aM Tn.. .pwtaiva.. ..... It N..e.tb.esld .....e..rt M.Irmm.._*i.fcliuo.aark tmmf.__Hifk JL< SPFC.L-TI..c rd CMi> ..... cl>!_Man Ikn avklicatlM Situ a Vm..... ompano inn
I I I __n..... l..t W_... lita :tk....f.... T. -I. l..1. Iklolkiwlar ..._...". I I 4IND OKGANS. ,
r .Her I.___.11..1_. rill la klaak __ asd .... i. IM..rial n.c.rd ,
c. Je..iI. Fla.. ...do..I..il..Taa4 yM will k.. stets toe Mayor*.milKnrr /... A/cComA Proprietor
Dade .Qpuity traetr C ariptu Tba J.. tAr ...-rd.. ..... I I 4;
pan. ..... km w (.i .b. f Ito ..I ;wit..c.t.5" t aW M.....) I Ii I I' i I I
< I I I '....paniCTlaf MwrtWss t will tcmakT,| Simplex Piano Ffa Poeaptoo, FIoridiAcooinmodabo.s 1
( t.Onat 0 sari Imaaiaart: a _..uf.1itl) ...ia kt l i icutR..e.
I IsFWKI.L _...:r .rIt... tst kKsaJI al". .* K:.R.M- I )
i ......t1.-..._ r__.. I
BUILDING M AMI. FLAlse e...-. Wets,t.day' .fiba.ri.r-i I' Cash or easy pajmeata. Old in- for .

Industrial Record GomwoJadawa.ille. ., jAoot str meats taken in ezcbanNeTuning OIl.,/. Prodace tmrcra sad ,aohcttora -

I ..... and refalatinf Call .will find that they can
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and inspect our fine stock of cover more territory I. a day ,
1 dltttLU.d _,- Akatnot4M w .tl.0 TM'. w' from
pt..pty !
sae h
here
Fla'd than
.t,. .*.. .* ..s Lsd.... d..3 Ds.l c.t. new goods. from .., otfc.
: ........... ... ... point oa tile liMo
NdM ... ..... ... s. .

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i ; GENERAL BANKING Fort Oil Iis! National'Bank.' : SAVINGS' DEPARTMENT' '


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I ': The of has made another call National
Comptroller Currency upon Banks for a report of their

condition at the close of business March 28th, 1904. Below is a condensed statement of the condi- .j;,

tion I ,of the Fort Dallas National to which the public a attention is| called, showing continued increase

in strength and business. I j ; J j i

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Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) oif the Condition of the Fort Dallas Nationa I

: Bank at the close of business March 2f 8th 1904.
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Loans; nd Discounts..4 $163,955: Capital Stock. . . .-. .. . .$tooooo 00 I 1I --.

..,"., I" Overdrafts . . ]I 250 18 Surplus.' . . . . . . 2.00000 :'

: _: U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation . 25,000 oo I Promts. I . . . '.569 72 I :

I : Premium on the same..j.] .'. 1.437 50 National .Bank: notes..outs..tanding. . /25,000 oo i

( !, 1 I Dade County Bonds . . ,. ,. 5,000 00 1 Deposits' . . . .I' . . 762.070 93 :,

'. Banking .. 41.21413 1 I

'I I U. S. Bonds owned .$56,625' oo r i

.& 'I j Due from. .Merchants National i r

.. -. I J, Bank of New. york. . ... 0,15988 I. :'
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... ,I !I j! I .Jacksonville..1 J ,i 18,19946 ,I
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j Due from Mercantile Exchange ,

I I Bank of Jacksonville 7.33413< i I I
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I I New york. . .'. . .. .. ;.,5 2O '
Due 'from State Banks and I .
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4. I Bankers..I.1.. l0,2408 I I _
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t_ >t! Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25 00 'j ,i

I i r- Cash:on hand in vault . 33,263 85.153,783.. 1
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II I TUB JEFFORDS J COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. .
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I HOTEL 'AR IYAlS. ; Accused sun en Trial for gY Continued frost am page} I
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; :' Charlie Finder. I Ii M npnmmmnininiiiinininimninitmnnTmmTni! I ,
the chief of the Ore department was t I
The case of Sam Jeffords, i == I
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Instructed
VIEW- to provide
BAT trial' la the county court fr I E i ;
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.F Dr.i C. P. Thomas Baagor; the Eighth street +e er from Avenue
J. W.\ {rrltf> Wilmington.i N. Cj; K. J battiry PIa.se.: ,upon the person of D both ways. I Il i / :3 I
twelve old boy
f a year
Ba ria. J JJ. |r, Haverhin. VaIL; Cap*. R For the benefit of fhe board President = t
t Soon JWrnv' O. Lov*. Fort Pleroe ttS. ler about two week ago. Rellly stated that the local: rep- E / 3-
'. PotterL{Cocoaaut Grove: O.J. Darts., was started yesterday rebentatlTe of the Southeastern Asxnciatlon 1 E
trial before Judge ; 3
still oa '
.xa Sad wifecity.Mr. ; of Fire fnUtmlters had .Informed
Saunders and Price { EE ==
sad Mrs. Robt. ABderson.'Laasdowa : him tint aa scent of the association =
... *. P$.; W. A. Vaagha and wlte.Jlinal..p. ,, Worley and Seymour I will be here a! aa early date to E Ui\ -
The claims that l
plaintiff
Ifi .... Ala.: H. a Cowles. Chiesgo. look over the town with a view of re-
beat him with a ll Khtwood E j' .
.; ,W. A. Tracy. Jacksonville J. rating the tawrhiM With this la y
t. lout provocation, dieting I
If. McCormick. SC Augustine : view recommended that no action E.'i
s PIONEER .. '|his Jeff body s and denies hi khe charge I'be taken relative to pc!chasing a firealarm E ;3 I,
W. A. Bates Ci Sanderson. W.,Pas* sjrstem until te agent can be
sore. Jacksonville; Mrs. W. J. Trnesdiell. mits Whipping\ the boy who seen and his Ideas ascertained. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL :
Is very bad and has causedj 'I 1
Cutler; Mien Mamie Palmer! Miss end of trouble and a j I Mr. Hahn reported that a dead ;
Paoai Palmer. ,Mrk Francis Albury property. horse lay In the rear of Corelfs livery| E Please courier this "$lrictiy CMtideatial'. "'"
fey West R. U Cox. Daala Miss Beads I i i stable, and that It had bees there, four -
Boas a It:: Richmond. Cutlet' ; |W. SEVERAL LOTS SOLD.I I I days. A communication: was 'also read !i We Guarantee Our Oothes. ,
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F :J.. Isle Pbllabe phla : i I jtd the same effect", stating that the
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r George 0. Prink, West !The Firm of J. H.: Tatvm A Co. I smell was bad. : 1 I

;. SPaI. HOTEL.A. : : .b1er1n.. city. a Number of Property The manhall stated that he had given I:g j mmmm nnmmmmmmmmWE4ntto ;
r !PALM | I H. Tatam Co, orders yesterday fur the animal to '
JJ Caaovalaad!! fa.lly. West Palm I'tate dealer, today report be moved and he was Instructed to tee I:E i \ 31 i?
: Peach! James Ooodmak. Philadelphia; ber of real estate deals as that It was disposed of at once or to : I say a few wodoto you and we wish,you- to
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1f sad Mra. C T. Salxner. city; C. F.lr Lot 11. block M N. to dark cause the arrest of the violators, whoever : i "
f conside them "STRICTLV a
&ut1, Jacksonville, ; C. H. Farnaml!I roll. uey may bj : : CONFIDENTIAL, fop we do
!,- New York; F. P. Coffla, Boston;'W. LJatcDooald. TWe tJ'.ln feet la block A petition from the property owners j i E= i not wish to injure the feelings of our competitors What weE

Nell Tork} !io. C, Floy.l.ft. .f t Twe! fth street to L. W. Hart of Tenth street between Avenues C and : : wish to say is this j I' -
AugwUM. Ha. n. Coo i.I ,D. requested the laylnr of sewer and :E *' ==
f. A. M. MMdlemaa, Jam: $.;,C. F. Austaa. I! Lc :l 17. bio:k 14 Erick: _'. A water oa that street The same was :5-- I "TilE SOREST WAV of being satisfied with your suit ==

.. JackaoavlU; Jame. O.. Donnell. to A R. Rol>lnsoa.i I ordered granted providaff' : each owner :i and getting your money's worth is to buy it here. We ==
f 'a .....Y k; a P.Lull ;sad .tit. Atlantic i I Lti : 12. block M N, to Mary .r.'f"J will deposit a certified irck-or eqnlv- J don't know a single customer who is that he'traded.
f qty; ,James U Lynch. ,F. M. I Lc I C. block 1. E rtcksoo/s A ,{ lent for '%5.00 with th city treasurer' !e= sorry
Qead Blbg. wits and daaghter. New i to C a Johnson. f| their pro rata of d e expense U..I I!c:: ; here we have seen a// great many who "WisiiEp THEY ,
York: Mra. C. Martla, Grfat Bam.it .,- Forty acres! for Stephen difference between the cost and the :c:: I I II}Air _
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ton. Ku .i 1 They are also closing up amount deposited to be{refunded when |j i fut reason? Our clothes have individual == .
style. They
Bl9CAdl i deals of businessannounced lots which j the I!work la completed This action j_ ==
Dr. J. power, Daabury. Cons;; 1.[p- In a cia or two. ..' deemed advisable I so aa to save :s: I ; are by the best makers in America. They are different

< Ch sebrol Boca Ratoji/C. T. McCrtmmoa. -,, city the trouble ol collecting' the I i:: from other clothes you see. The price Well itis, 31
Cutler Mrs. A. .\. Bogg sad| The charges against District: due for the work, which la i I : easy
for us to discount prices in the
child. Cocoanut Grol*; Mr. and Mrs. Swayne of Florida:are such as past has been difficult any city."Ye are showing
Loreaso Blackstone; Offs; Mr. and ed could only be properly, i Warrants aggregating a total ofjj I i I j Fancy Homespun Suit at $8.50, which is sold everywhere at

..... Gen W. L. Benedict New 'Haven I a term In jail Thus the hou ;$3.&S<.08 were ordered drawn In pay :-:: 112.50.. -
()oa..; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. H'rlbert.. : IttN says that la e ease ta old bills and current expenses !:: I ==
Atlanta: Oeo. Chamberlala. Nw York : imaelf to a cons racy to March. :- The reason We hate too many and they must be ==

G. J:: Dtckena and wife. Holland.I Mich I honest mu by aid g the The J meeting then adjourned. iIi j:: Lsold.. Our > i o.00 and 12.00 suits are by far the best to be =-=
I J. P. Ward aJd wit. Athiwi., Ga; ton la every war b '
hl.J' had for the price. We the largest stock of ::;
carry in
clothing
W. Chambers./ Washlagttii:, W. A. :Again, the commute* ssrrs AGREEMENT. '
Reta $rt ...i wife, Chlcagf; W. T. Ushed that SwayneTnnicon pointed I FRIENDLY 1, -f- ''I i I)ade County and can fit and please you. i
R.ahart. M ...be: Mr. and Mrs. L. commission'' of the i i
Morgan: and<< the I=
Koku, Newt York; W. Budd. 3r, ... States after a tria la hi. +., HarrimanRockefecr ==
Lelpslg. which Interests Come Together, ::: J. .
AqutIH 4. B. Oardaer: trick..ad Brochaim.family, Dowagiae.Mich. ) been successfully Tunlson 1m as leached as I E 3tt: : :t'ttt: : : :t :tt: :tt: ?tt: ,?ttt: : ?tt: ,.. =3=

.:' M' T,' McCrimmoB.. Cutler; R. aes The te8U y ..t i New York. April L-At a recent: E
H. Kbc. BalUmor: B. K. Hall, test:++exmmttiee; that Tsaaos Ia a In the office of J. p. Morgan j;I ,1I,11N
Palm : MJ Shanks. New To-k: I est man; usodge that +e Is 11I41 Ca. It was said today there was a,E
H. a Spnlre4 8(. Augustla; ,FSherwood. a+a acts of SwarM that di, agreement by Meads of the 'E- ,
Bostoa Mr, lad MnL I. UCoham !renewed acres successive 6 ;
tad awt. New York: i Mr.' u4 fa the Peisaeols ..1.. It "';"Rockefeller ateresu on the : E I I
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-Xra. ,Job W. Greeny New Mr. a public da1 for Congress to Hlll-Morgu Interests t';:
!". sad Ma .L JW, Hoyt Chicago' ;I Mr. this man Feasts tai once &the other aide to hare the court..- ;
F aid .Mrs Lorew IBarkatna Ojas boast the time I required the plan of distributing seeur- j C- iiiniiiHuiimiliiiiiiiiniiniimmntmniininniiLfi WWIUIUIIIIIIIUIUWUIIIIIIIUIIIIU
r' Xra. B. Chriamaa.. Mrs. 0. 1t ;Cha.a peh 1a out of oCDoe.-N' held by the Northera Securities: j! ;
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