The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00082
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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:. IS DEAD ''Organized I to Aid in the Election of These I Two Distinguished I FOR CASH.Secretry REINFORCEDBy < :

I' I'' Democratic Candidates-..Seventy Members Enrolled at the .

j First Meeting..Wm'Meet Again ; on Monday Night -' -

Former Queen Of Spain Saflaturkoj Bulgaria, April 9.-The I I I I I II : E. V. Black man, of the Dade One Thousand Russians .

convention signed yesterday at Constantinople Although little notice of the time thorized to appoint an executive committee County Fair Association bu returned T

l provides amnesty to all I I of five members ofthe found With More in Reserve. '
Expires Today., I and place had 'been give there were consisting from Nassau. On his return h.
compromised in the Macedonia I
I I enrolled 70 members of the Davis- IaThe following were duly the check for $30000 which .u'eon-
; rI..ln&of 1893 excepting persona appointed by the chairman: B, B. Ta-
I tributed by the county to be used IB -
e ; guilty o! ii a.*, drnatrlt?. Taliiferro Club at the meeting held at I tum. F. S. Morse, 8. L. Patterson John .

The convention pro/id also repetrlatlon the Fair building last night. Sewdl and H. F. Atkinson. the payment of premiums, but owing

BY ATTACK OF INFLUENZA of refugees, removal of frontier I i I Just the routine business of orgaolzatloa !- Upon motion It wa ordered that all to the fact that this check can: be converted BAD CONDITION OF ROADS

restrictions. to Bulgarian fa .0 an | was gone through with last signers fl the fotowlng petition be considered Into cash by discounting: it tenper
I Iwu travel and the application of Auvro- member .
club .
.. f the :
;t nigh but hereafter there will be "sorneI eenu thai taking $30.00.!! of the -
Hungarian reform schemes in Macedo- W e1 the undersigned electors of the ,
I full of interest. : money, he ha decided al'tPralkln..
I II thing doing"
tia State of Florida, la the county of Dade. ;
with various parties to wait until la China Depicted By Correspondent
a Grandmother of the Young 1 I Bulgaria undertakes to suppress the Several speeches will b, made at the hereby' associate onrseve together in
there .to money enough In the treasury
Revolutionary movement K her tfrrltorjj meeting next Monday night, and from a political campaign club, to be known Who Says They Are l tapassaUeAnteng : -
King Alfonso-Infantas: IsabeOa. smnggllnk to pay the check in full before baring
and to prevent the of by the lame of The DavU-Tallaferro'
the present outlook it is safe to say It cashed. This will make a delay in .
arms, and explosives across the frontier. Campaign Club." It understood and a City of Hovels -Scarcity
blaDe and Marie. Hef Daookters. I that by that Urn there will be possibly! the payment of the premiums, and
agreed that this association to not to

it Bedside-Ambassador Porter BOUGHT TUG AND LIGHTER. I two hundred member be concerned la the candidacy of any those entitled to same will understandwhy of food Compefls the Russians ,| .
they do not fet their money. '
It Is quite! likely that the club will other pinoB, or for any other office Retreat Across the Yam "* '
IcgUter Wa. M. Brown. of TitnsvUlt-Mlaml. Every one who won a premium at
the First Diplomat to at once extend aa Invitation to both of than that of Governor and United .
the Fair is thus of the
deprived use
for the Florida Extract
purchased I States eaator at the coming election. River.
J>e distinguished gentlemen la whose of the at time when needIt
money s they
Condolence Ce... of which he is president, the tug I List 4 members:
Interests the club wa formed to address by the action of the people who ap-
Klondike and to cruise be- .
a lighter
1 r..8. Men J. A. McDonald .
i- / the club and voters of Miami at plied for aa Injunction, stopping the ---
tweea Miami and Cape Sable and oth.rYlelaltT V. A. L. E. Hill
a date to be decided upon later. Thepeople payment of the pittance of alx percent
4. pouts for the astringent barks. c. T. B. B. TatDm.P. New April. Kar-
... Chwang. f.-Ceeeral
of Miami are much interestedla to the bank for the
Fart. April !.Former Queer Ira palmetto and Others which will be used H. R. M. Smith per annum
Alfoas tile candidacy: of these two mea, F' amount of they might hare ad- opatkla's visit Thursday has inspired 'J
of money
bsna. grandmother of Klag: by the co pony for the manufacture Ckaa. 8. L. Patterson
of and this club to a good move and will vanced to pay the bills of the county boundless coafldeae and tile govera-
at Spala .bd h*red J We moralag taaale Kid.Mr H. r. J. B. RelUy,
be Instrument la ..curine. fun vote until the taxes came In to relieve the s
MIcsssa with ampltcati Biown now has about seventymen 1. E. Lammas. M. F. Htheriagtoa meet has ordered a thousand reserves

lafaata Isabella Katoll lad 'Marl*, :,em| toyed In lower Dad county by creating no much|enthusiasm that JohaS-wWl. r. w. Hahn situation. to reinforce the place wan aa additional
the voter will not forget when election
daagaten 01 the labs owee*,!! wr MI gatherini palmetto roots. '. c. A. I we*. J. M. Burdtn. fore of fifteen thousand *s I

bar ....... .Ma death esma Mrs BIDWB'S friends think that lao day comes. Jai ArtoM.Fred R. C. McGriff.. These Hearst fellows hate' to giveup. :.
TsA jrkaaMbaaywaUforaied addition hID other honors, he should The full report of the meeting a* Dtckcnoa. A.E.Heyser. but f they should succeed la sending are ready to concentrate there oa short

% furnished by the secretary to as follows their delegate to St. Louis they notice if necessary. I 'f
I sarty cta. e ea >ata.aadUmbas- have the title of "Commodore" by virtne F. W. iV oegtar, J. J. HardevL.8.

I aadof, Porur wa ta* tm to rail and of his Investment In a Dade county : Lester 0 ranger. doptoa. would, be the lonesomest crowd one: It .to estimated nof that, there are
I At Miami. Florida, on April Sth. 104 ever saw 400.000 Russian troop la Manchuria "
: cruising |Beet-Advocate.
rectourM eosaoi.seal P. UDeadejff. E.: B. Douglas
a meeting of the citizens of Miami Genera Wajack ha* taken the command ::j
I P. C. Clark.Jaa.
W. W. Erwin .
TOWN BElg FLOODED.Memphis. Fonda, wa held at the Fair building at New Chwang from General ,1KOIIelraYitth.
THE A. c. Richards, T. Sanders I GANDIDAGY OF SAMSHe Preparation for the defense #
MILES LONG| for the purpose of organizing a Davls-
E.L: Whits, Tboc. J. Hardee
+ ApruJ .-Cai). d State engteeers Tallaferro Campaign Club. / of the town have been completed. ,
j 11. A. Dana J. D. Glrtmaa .
hers received kporta today On motion Mr. E. T. Bylngton was '<'I

| that aM protectJo to the1;} levee front unanimously elected temporary chairman C. Rooaey. E. T. ByingW.Carrot! ROADS IMPASSABLE.
I Fred Cbas.
at Suxara. Ark bas at- away and t 'and i. E. Lnmmns wa elected 81 Petersburg. April S.-The Asso-

ta* kaalaea* part of the Iowa !I* being Would line to Be a Train to Had I temporary secretary. W. W. Profit F. CBushLJLRamph, is An Avowed Friend to Senator coated Press correspondent with UI.Rn..l. .
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: 1.to from btaD .
.00 matloe4th.'uhalrmatt ".. .- *outpostsT writing
a SCr"r' .1' omato W. H. Chain. J. P. Chaill. J. P. Tibferro.
Crop.IT .
-r structed :appoint a committee of March 19th, describe the .fearful coaditlon -
Frank T. Budge. J. A. Lane.
CAME HOME ;JTCj EAT. three to tract resolutions and rule to of the roads and tbe Journey
Mitchell D. Price. Jaate Noble
I I govern the club, The following were I -'y from'Fenshang. Cheng to Antung sadsays
or Tiger glut* West_ard and gets z I W. A. Shepherd Oarenc* Cook,
i It is impossible for vehicle to
1 appointed oa the committee: F. S. ,
His FUllof Sad Experience. D. G. Elchelberger.X Conrad Wide JMCS (Us Not Yet Wva Out the
I Was Move at One ;1'Ime&tI."wTNI Morse. F. W. Hahn and H. O. Houston. navigate.
I H. O. HoustonP. T. Skaggs,
The committee reported the following The correspondent depicts Antung asa X
Tom Tiger Vail .I only i Indian I the tICal Grog WI leach i resolutions which upon motion were ; G. H. Cloptoo G. U Chandler Reason Fir Ms rmdrawal fAIl I collection of miserable hovels, theInhabitants

Ju.da and captaia la the Unltp I Jim B. Cloptoo, G; A. M KlnDOII.j .
I 150.000 Cratk.Mr unanimously adopted. die Rac I, of which, -on scconnt of
L. W. H. Johnston
States wa la tow resterday en- : t Whereas. Hon. Robert W. Darts" cf ChallievW. Its scarcitv, cannot afford timber for
"routSbaek to his camp la the Ever- I H. Mclafyre, Walter L. Goodson.. : '
l I ---=- Putnam county. Is a candidate for Governor fuel and use straw. The country 1.
u..p and turbulent I t c. c. Carroll.. Chris Hoehr.W '
from strip oa
pdes I' '
of this State .and has alwaysproven 'sparsely settled. The Chinese aY06dallIllIb..a -

water, and front what could }! Georg C lojrd. general freight himself to be a fitting, capable A. eo.n. D. Averv.' The Titnsvllle Advocate, imblbhed ed ,.., preferring tbe mouatala -
eoiversatioo he 8. Graham
lie gleaned from his and faithful at the home of Wade Jones has fantnemee, Butter milk and
F.1 official as wen as a private only eggs
} of the E. C. Ry wb is a ,
has had enough. arid Xi future will razes j Upon motion, the chairman Ira* authorized 'almost
citizen without .reproach and a i the following to regarding his are unknown.
say retirement
be contented ) with the t>ladd waters clone'& ; observer of all business pertaining to appoint a finance Committee I
Democrat loyal and true under all circumstances I I I
of Miami river and the. lakes and lagoons to his depart' nent and who is just to consist of three 4membert of the from the Senatorial! rice: 'RI'SSIANSOSS YALU.

dub. The following were duly appointed I "We Informed .
of the Everglade arc by Mr. Wade Hors '
now :'paying 'part culr stention to the And Whereas, James P. Tallaferro. New York April 9.-The Tokio correspondent -
It win be remembered that a month of Duval ''during by the chairman: John B. Reilly. J. fiat he has withdrawn from the of the Times cables that j
moving of the it mato crop from this county, has the term ,
Tom Tlgef Tall had an I E. Lnmmns and J. M. Bnrdlne.I "
or more ago of his official life shown marked ability rare for the office of State Senator although Japanese reports miKgewt that the ,,'ar. :
and ptter sections below here stated
Installed la a dugout and turned I Upon motion the following mmlt-
engine I j' I
thai to accomplish great things for Florida It Is1 against the wishes of his city of provisions and forage Is proh- ,
magnate and captati all at one this tnrnlng : the fruit Is now tee was appointed to draft stable I
: I II and has under all conditions stood ably the t'&U04! !' for the Russian retreat '
time. Like ,all Inland i kipper Tom moving;; at Its best, and that the shipments unmoved and unswerved In his dutyto by-laws and to make report at the next numerous friends, abo bad no doubt I' across the Yaln .

td wanted meeting. of the club:' B. B.I I Tatnm. ofhl election at the
bad desire to go s< a: he s coming primary.
a I are gnatet than that of any pro- all sections of the State and to tbe i The Russians have apparently stripped -
to be rocked OB the billows of the deep viousj season.In Democratic party andWhereas John,Sewell and J. E., Lnmmui, Mr. Jones says he has certain reason' I the country of everything edible

Sand be sick' "heap like white man." ; Upon motion the following tommlt-I for ..Ithdraalol:. and be will publish' I I
connection Mr.
{jtb. Floyd gave Senator Tallaferro Is a which Is the, reason for thinking the
Tom Tiger while aol yet afflicted: tee was appointed by the on them in tbe next Issue of the Advocate. I
somej Interesting statistics. Up to the candidate for nomination as his own Rusiaa losses at Changju March *.
email membership: W. H. Mclntyre1.! F. W. .
of bead t* earn
with a case big present time about 50,000 crates of successor, and Hon Robert W. DavisIs were much heavier than reported;
boat super, here and < Isewhere who tomatoes have been shipped. The average a candidate for Governor before the Hahn J. E. Lnmmns, E. L White A. Of Mr. )I. S Sams, the same paper ,

never tasted deep water wept around to MQ crates to the ear. thus primary election to be held May 10th.fherefore C. Richards and F H. Wharton says LEGAL PAPERS.
river deck Upon motion, tile following resolution Mr. Sams Is old resident of Indian f
from so
a Florida key or making one hundred can that have Be, It Resolved That a The following papers were filed :. ,
411 launch to a sufferer ;rom rheumatism. was passed unanimously: River and Is well and favorably knownto the .
a gone forward to the northern and western Davis-Tallaferro' Campaign Club be organized clerk's office of the circuit court today
Ia- I Resolved. That It Is the sense of this hundreds" of residents
At Fort|JlJen there to an markets for consumption. b'y the Democratic voters here along the Fart I :

dlaa' doctor who has a )bur. cure for I .The crop Is now moving at the rated assembled who ate' favorable to the ,' meeting that the club does not makeor Coast He has worked faithfully the Mortgage deed, John Zlll ct ..:'to

these pains aDd acbea.| ,Tom Tiger about 7,000 crates or fourteen cars nomination of these gentlemen to the establish any fixed membership fee. Democratic ranks for L great many I C. L. Huddleston for =:psb, lots 4, S. Sand

heard about itH!,; must go and be I dally1 by freight and express. Mr. positions to which they aspire. Upon_motion the chairman was an- i| yeras; and as be hat the Interests of I 7. block 117 Delray.

treated. He had the means of getting thorized to Invite speakers to attend the counties of Brevard and Dade at John
Floyi also says that only about onet Resolved Further. That all who signify Mortgage deed W. Ericsson
confidence In his the next meeting. of the club to address ,I heart he auks for the of the
and support nUt
there, enough r lint of the crop has been moved. This their I Intention of becoming members : j I' and wife to First National of

ablity a* a seamaa" to lillot. his craft. I ring the case the'|total yield from this of th /clubs, by signing these pre- I! It on the issues of the dsy. voters at the coming election. I Miami for .!.3"rt.:: eighty acres la section -
fvafely o'er. Upon motion, It..u agreed that I| Mr. Sams has known Senator Janus I II 3( range
locality wil reach the enormous figure ambles arid resolutions< thereby pledge township K3. south of
Last Friday the start was made and of lor when this meeting adjourns that It adjourns ,i P. TnllafeiTo' for many years, and 41 east I
1SO.OOO crates 300 cars for the tneiasens to use all honorable means < I I 1' 11.1 I
from the very first Tom j Tiger was iatrouble. --. toward securing the nomination of I to meet on Monday night April Is supporting him In his race for theoffice I'i Mortgage deed' Frances M. Ten

First this engine went back Frflght cars average M feet !n Hon: Robert W Davis .., Governor j I 11th.There of United States Senator | Brook and husband to E. C Humph

oa'' him and b* drifted ;about j| at the. lengthi!: .ome being 40 feet and others anfl Hon. J.P. Tallaferro ns t'nltf'fll I| being no further business, the 11 1 j )lr. Some Is said by those who have i! for lioo. block 70 lens lots. 4 and ri. and

merry of the wild sea waves Until.- to. which I If bunched together would States Senator and that all such signers meeting adjourned to meet on Monday'I known him for yean' to be a man In all of block :1. Delray

be $ade. Then other dlffirutle night April 11th. every respect entitled to the confl--;,
could P.
fair mak{ a solid train practically two an shall he considered ambers anC Deed. \W White to Mary WilsonI .

were encountered one after another two-tb'rd miles la logtb. These are qualified to participate ia t''e perms-1 8. L. Patterson deuce and support of the people for I for $75. lot %S. block :IS North Miami
but Tom kept on going. At area hard; to realize though I Dent organization and further proceed Secretary. r this Important 011I... He Is a conser- '!! Warrantee deed, Fort Dallas ;Land

Cape Sable his water, gave out rations correytThe Ings of this Huh nUn/ Democrat, and always opposed II j I Co.. to H. W. Russell for fll'o. $lot c.i ,

short and the predicament was I j I to demagoguery and the Inconslsten-1 I i bock 45 ,
went i Miami
lumber' yards of the nford Resolved. That the name of this organization The Sisters of the Resurrection beg ,

worse than ever. Tired: la'.body and Lumber. Company at Careyvfl e. na. shall be tbe Davis-Talla-: to say in behalf of the orphans of the !'! rIM of those who preach one thing:, Deed Mary F. Wicks et al to Esther

ore at heart Tom threw up the;sponge. almost completely eI ed bJ: ferro Campaign Club of Miami; that and practice another i' A. Sutton for IS?* one acre In section

That was alL He had ahead! delivered were,Tuesday night and Wednesday Its officers shall consist of a president I Trinity Hobe School the following: I He is sn avowed supporter of Sen. 13. township S3, south of range; 41 east!

all else be could. j i morning Over five ibllUon. feet of a first and second vice-president, a secretary I Through a letter received this morn ator Talaferra and will naturally secure Warrantee deed., trustees of; First

Like the wandering boy Tom started lumber from the the the votes of the Taliaferro peopleIn Baptist Church Lemon
stored ia the/ ands was des and treasurer and such ing North Sisters have City, toEstherA.

homeward< not to die, but to eat and troyed. The 0I1K1./of the Ore Is i tees as may from time to ftlmmlt-// learned theta. statement has been cir- both Bitvard and Dade counties and Sutton one acre In section 13, township -

feast He had had his full of- rolling mystery and it waVnot discovered until pointed-: authority of the ulated la St. Augustine to the effect j as these are largely In the majority It I,I 63 south of range 41 eau(

seaman's hick. ,His rheuma- I Is safe to say that his nomination Is Mortgage deed Mrs. J. E. Lemmas
Itj had gotten/ ell under headway that Its meeting may be held at regular ,
that the Intaded to leave the city and ,
.Eaad gone likewise his hanger aDd The entire milt/ OI'N and a large number r special time as directed by the I practically -are; and Mrs F.W. Hahn to Joseph F. Can-

from sow oa the path aDd of residents of Caryvllle tamed out club. place their orphanage elsewhere. Such ,' ova and wife for $400 lot IS, block 112

[V haunts of his childhood win b* good to fight. the/fire and save as mack of Upon motion CoL JI:. T. Bylagtoa wa statement has absolutely no foundation WILL GIVE A PLAT. Miami.

aougaforaha.PCTTINa the fropeny a* possible but their efforts aaaalmousy elected permanent chairman la truth and was not authorized I At the J.
regular weekly meeting: of CARD OF THANKS.
were I unsuccessful and almost theentirestock of the organization, and jB. L.Patterson by the Sister, who are at a loss to the Knights of
| Pythias last
I Bight The Ladle Aid of the
UP TOWER.-Th* tower" of lumber was burned was II Society First
or ; anaalmotuty elected
I understand how Messrs L
originated. A dl- R. Halley Wm. Stuart Hill Baptist Church of Mlaml.whb to thank ti;
-to the M E.: Church. to wU usher -t; badl/: damaged. The mill property permanent secretary of the organization !Jao. C.
wa/ direct contradiction of It will be a Gramllng ad R. E.: HaH were Mr. M & Poppell of the Florida East
sad wfll soon be completed.Uus addlni rof({damaged by the blase, though and r. & Mora first vicepresident. appointed
standing committee oa entertainment Coast Ie, Co for their liberal
mark of mack : contributions
Interest the
-tJJ1IO the appearaac of this otherwise ii oo* Urn* It seemed a* though the .. G. Balo ;second vice-president, la Home oa :
These young men ClODI of ice the
entire would be aid P. T. >II the part of who read this. fit I Bazaar held aero
complete and pretty; building Cbs plac* swept away.Pn Skaggs treasurer. say may template
I a play for th* benefit recently
tractor K.'S.'Wnaoa .to doing tk_* wort, aoola News I Cpoa malice,,the rhalmaa wa au Aagustia RMort of thtr Lodge at I '
aa data
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GEXEHAL DIRECTOR I Abf>rnpthy. J.,' C. Klnc. H. II I I No.- 774 I NOTICE. i For Best Meats '
and Choicest
Ashby R. Lummua, J. E. Report of the Condition I [ Poultry i
STATE FICERS.; To All Whom It : Concern
Atkn.seu H F. LaSalle 0\. Lgrown. : -OFM May : \

'.............-Yi. e Janata l ,' \C M. Lerner. c. D. Notice I Is hereby given that the undersigned > GO TO ->
" NrmarjolUi T.-."" \ ,*......C..:.t.t ruumy : Rush. F 4.McDonald. J. A. I f fORT intend to apply to the Honorable C. H. R ulerson & Co's. 'f

j... a.I-J. wiiiinrwIHlUrnalcBllMIl Bu'dlD, eV.\ W. Maynard W. t.. A f MIAMI Minor S. Jones Judge of the : ,
..f flllilM IJftructIODtc. -' BlnoniSw. Merritt Z. T. closeof Circuit i! Court of the Sev nth Judicial '" t
i B) Iptton E. T. j Iia the tale of Florida, at tae i.

.'oo. ," .4 '*r.i nature ,B...E. McL* nr 4).E. I. )duller G. Business March 8. 1H. Oircjit ,of Florida within and for Dade 1B"th. Street and A..ve. Ste.j .
... .d-''> J C: K.h m twar'
AJjUt* '
a iru,..... luUTIwl Unt01"01 nal'1t' !,.. n. M. \leyrrs. '1.... H. county for said Judges approval of ,
, < .. *..>ll.t. liraslaefAttarL. .
Fund--11i.ovrraur) ....U--K aid. Comets.nl ........r ul A nIkianl Budge. H. C. Mont. Fred S. I RESOURCES the proposed Charter hereto annexed ;They Carry a Full Line of

...::11"". ,,' t.j.' jtiim-Thi! <....4mor"I Sitrrtary I BrO! I upon Monday, the Istu day of April j

t ut "' ..... Att..rularnrr.L 1'ub nmriirtlMi: Brt-a.,ur..f andDuuctial "'Burdine. J. DG McDonald ,,:. H. :' Overdrafts, secured and unsecured \. D. Ifcil! at Titusrille Florida I Flori a and Western Meats.

.{. .....N ol o..l..o..cC-uii. ln.lltuti u ">u, TBJ ....r.rnj.f.L 'Backus. F. W. McKinnon G. A. . .; . . ,%:>0.18 :! Dated this 10th day of March A. D.

.p a.a...Pi"...BU) .utStiUTwrtiirir.H>...<- "1 .t.7.iuUure. Alltofllc-4."t'. aId. supsut Blackman. E.: V. Nelson Ed..lnCh.me. L" S Bonds to secure cirI ', l'H>4. : They established the 'meat bust ss here in. April 1896.Wilson's !
.............. Peck R. J.
'sadrutut&.ard .4 P.b.t r".I..II''r I. : W. H. I I'culation . . . . :S.ooo.OJI C. L. F. ROBINSON

.F' ell..,... A torwry.arueral sin/ t'om.t.sre4eJl Cohen I. Prout W. WCheatham I' & Bonds to secure U. S. '1'. )I. LL'ONARD i
.... : I C. : Fr
A.n< u.tu.UTCunil H. Patterson S. I. ,
t. ..-&. E.J I'.ow. J. deposits .. . .. ... 40,000.00 I J. F. OLIVE i
II Brad J. A. Parrish. Allan Ii.C .
bl'YItE4Et'erCETJt'Iwiak I If. I" S. Bonds on hand . 13; OO'land. J. G. 'Rhode. a. W. Novelty
C. S. bond.... 5,0615'
Premiums on CHAS H. GARTHSIDE.
H r T.)!!*'. >"- .1..11.e C k P. C. Rose C. J
P..11. anrr. .t.- cia-' <-Ja.tire.Y I I I .Stocks securities, etc . .. 5,00000
$ U. Maitry, A+ taw Juiltii:., D ke. Gaston Rem,. J. B.Douglas. I -7n8
' LutaaiWlwWu9.li> li> "Mixatr oBtflauB I Banking house, furniture CHARTER.
.. JuilKr. tiiKukl. l.. .ol i",__- E. B. Rush Dr. W. B.Dorn. 'I U now In Ol..r.tlo and ready to
*< uft \
B St L. I.Ts.I..l.*:&&.*_i. .;,.. i iJ J. K. Rumph Edw. and fixtures ... . . .4 I 41,11413 The undersigned persons C. L. F. ceve{ rs. re-1

Rauleraun C. IL Pue from National banks Roblhsop. T. M Leonard. J. F. Olive
'l. fTsllla'yro. t Erwin W. W. FOR ANYTHING IX
1 Rumph. Geo.Friasell I not reserve agents) . 18.399.46 E. A. l art and Chaa H Garthslde :
Enloe Dr. G.
i>_. Jair> P. !* k.onvtll. .1 WOODO"ELTI .
r. Hob <...rl>b-la k. XaiUib.rii.*....1.. I G. C. Safford I. BFlanagan Due from State bonks and ,i hereby associate themselves together

I i . . .. ,25 /I\! 41 Window and door screens,
V. CJ".OIt Kt.cJlr; I R. s. Sew lI. E. G. I bankers '} for the burpohe of becoming incorporated stai'
and dotframes
1 store fixture*, ;
! c..a- gaxllb. J. G. |Ilue approved retire under chapter 4S9S of the Act
..'.. ll cast F'rederillk J. S. '
Pint Dl .rt<1 .dDIt *
EM..KuM. t I jlta.... I'..lut 1 F.n. 8. nuIzner (;. F. .11: from. . . . I9.159S8J:> of A. D.| 19"11. of the Laws of Florida work Iflnide trimming of all kinds. ia j
.........01.tridIt"". ... MBAIlJt" lllpark. j '
5mtaa Gtrl.ck A. P. Smith. Julius j Chefl and other canhitc'1o The following Is the proposed charter R. S. WILSON.

J ADCUMSIerilu JEB.. Glrtm James Stoneman. F. B. I . . . . 1.50355 for (the Intended society and club: CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.rtaK :

r I Gor'ph. C It Sulzer A. E. Notesi of other national j i ifflbviks
Article 1. The of the
I name society
JrB B 8......... >: >.w..... CluUraan.; Gauger T. N. Shanahaa. )I. . . . . 1.18300 Awn *iriCATiox*.
. R. tt. Burr LlUKkl rr and club shall be Miami Can (Club
.1. L. ..fasda-..vr.. : Graham S. Sewell John Fr.ftlonal paper currency .
1t.C.Juuu.MrIi..w. n ..k.S..r..r. with principal omce at Miami. Dade
.aoI ..iii.,... of' the Board ; G.rth.ld'. c. H. ISe11ll0ttr. R. H. nickels and cents . . 499.40.

Talaaas.ee. ;'" Gram lnlt J. C. 8..t..... J. P. Lawful money reserve! In I county FloridaArtiste Are You Going to Build ?
:. The general nature of the
e.COMVIyttuka B.
C: Gallatt F. Shaw H. B3.D1t.1&.:

;.ba B. &.-1'! >. Mu.LtgaATtlJr Gander R. B. Taylor R. R. Specie . . li2.7J7 7.9.0 ,i[ object of the corporation society and .

} DIaTtift GrtmD& A. K. TarnA< I t
faction of skill the of the club'smembers
W. H. Tatum B. B. on pert kind should fail
Eatbcaeiag BnvaM sad! Did Couaties.. .t77.90 you not to see
HayM. J. H. Tatum J. H. in the an of wing and trap j I
Red -mptl03 fund with V. S. I
B... K.X. hmlck. rain Berko.1; I .
Hill I. E. Treasurer (S cent of shooing and also the entertainment
per .
04DE COUNTT EEPEESEXTATlVg.brmhani Hunter 'J. p. Watson C. H. circulation .. .. ... . .. U25000! of club* pf, similar kind and of mem- rJ,1 :

W. K.Ui4 ,..!lord.DA'O& I Hill. William Whorton r. H. Ii i be,* of tticb clubs In friendly contest 'i A McDonald C Irc Co

COCXTT OFFICERS.C HetherlD&tot. K. r.Whit&, E. LHeyser. Total .. .. .,.. . .$390.140$5LIABILITIES. of skill, I li wine and trap shooting: and ,1 t: V '
.aair Jad( -Allea E.H..,.. MlaaiLl A. E. Wall T. A. also; the giving of prize to person ;

<_AtMraey-J*Oirrwlt Coon T.sad aamters Rco ro Mlassl.Vrk >r olK. .!>* *> Hall W. W. Whaler IL T. Capital stock paid la .. ..$ino.00000 ISUI | rompetin ; In contest of kill at wing i
C. iMarbora.Coraaaat t.r.ve.sIertf.Jok. Han r. W. Worle. G. A. I and, Dealers In Lumber .Latfc stirlei l Mo.ldl....Casi.gs l Brick. W...
frohqck. MlaatitTake I' I II plus fund .. .i;... .. .. 2,000.00 trap booting Ceaseat Plaster, Hair Etc.:
I Hughes, W. D. WlI.on, J. L |. e..j;
Article 3. All members of this club
Setar. "-TBOS.J. Uareaa, Cues I Hornet. J. W. Woodworth J. r.I Undivided profits, lens expense Yard'sad Ogee,A ekiw D and l< a and taxes paid. .. 1.569.721 I shall be gentlemen of at least twentyone i .
_s{Taae..-B. M.isihk., MlaaiL I JoneI. M. E. Wltaon! R. S. -- -- ------ =' .i:
Tnwanr-C. H. Kaalm )lIa." National Bank note outstanding ,year of age and shall be admitted '

tlo.-L.Conntv .MiprnalriMlvat Merritt.Buena \-.l'tIbI1c lastraej'of I'Kolb.1' A. J.. Slmanies C. I. .. .. ... .... .. .. 6.000./10) to membership! in said club\ by a maJority MEAT MARKET: ;

Comity CuBjailaaluarr ,,,.. W. '| \
>- .
HH.amaftCaairaiaa. Nest Palal ......1..; r. C. I ROBBED THE GRAVE.A Due to other National Banks ,%90.i5 vote of the Executive Committee

AR Br. J.p let; R. K., MrOooata. ralford.J Due to State bank and of this club. I
..........11. 4.:...: It. A. lie....... Cwoaaul !
>* F..U Dnrtera, t'lrk aid Auditor fat I'\i ;;; banker .. .......... ... 193.7'' Article 4. The term for which this Choice: lines of1 Florida and Western Meats. Po*' .
>. t itartlltg Incident Is narrated by
a' I j tut to trust companies and club Is to exist Is twenty-Bve years.) Sausage Hams Poultry, etc. t ti
CI&CtU'OOCKT OF nil EXTH jrDJCIALCIECCIT. John. Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows I I I I .
r.tla"nd.11M44Iud I' saving banks .... .. . 1500.00 ,(I Article 5. The name and residences : $rt A\'E5ICF: I.. X\kL FtOMDA.FREDK. .
s I : "I was In an awful condition.
otWlrwanUet.) ilmost Individual deposit subject to I I of the subscriber* are a* follow I - I
My skin was yellow, sunken 1
feuItJudgeMlnorB.Jooea.Tttu.ril3.*. : j j i eyes check . . . 18 .".':11 T! M. Leonard residing at Rouse' '
rnorcutiM 4tf.II'Dt'J-.I. D. Begn. OrlandoCMrk ton coated, pain continually la
d ttaort-E. C Drarbora.lllaaU.FallT I Demand certificates of de- Point S.

wi.fCire," C. r<_....... nis. I.i,back and BJ.srno appetite, growing posit .. .. ... .. ... MORSE
11._. '.alter Fourth )I nd5y la e:.......,. weaker day by day Three physicianshad Charles H. Garthslde, residing at : ,
.......Trfm un FIn Mottday attar FoartbMMaajlaAprU Time certificate of deposit 8.tOO.OO
< given m. up. Then I wat advised :
Certified check .... .
300UOJ I
; pDB! Corm COCkT. to use Electric Bitters; to my Joy the I A. Hart residing at Rhode Island.J. REAL ESTATEOffice
1. United .. 40.00000i
....,".,(-All.aE.HT er MU.L I first bottle laude a decided Improrement StcteDeposits F. Olive residing at New York.
a.--.I. T.SaaA rw. M Ia.L '
w..... *.r.-ant Montar lada"""" I I continued their use for three i i I C. L. F. 'JWblnlIOa. residing at Newport -
;. ", "DIT..r-Fl", Mnaoay la lprILhasiBMieTcrm I, and Total. .. .11 I.. .. .$91..44).63I I I
"" weeks, am now a well man. Iknow R. L .
nmMondaylli .htl 7'' Mat* of Florida aty of DIde..1 stair Cor. Are" C and It
tb St.
Fall Temp-Fir, MoxUj la October.i I they robbed the crave of another I I |I Article t. The business of this corporation up
I. Geo. R. Gomph. of tit
[ Va1AJISOFFICB.GAt + rlctlm" No one should fall to try Cashier 1 ball be conducted by anExecu
above-named bank do solemnly swear Miami. pade Co. Florida.
fei B. L(.Ita'b. Receiver I !' them. Only 60 cents, at Ive Committee of five members -
a w.t:.IoM teLlat. I I jt.'BCI .H i hat the above "statement to true to UM 'r
I I"PT druggists. t I president a vice-president
t B DIkE lit. I gu&l'ILatT' best of my knowledge and belief
dw secret! ; and
ry treasurer The omcesetary
..T.i/ti.t.etl ...a..*C aiMlTlatroet1 GEO. R. OOMPH, Cashier.Corret .
every 4und.y norilaf at lIo'd..._. j 1 I I of and treasurer shall be I
Pr..ekmlr Attest LARGEST
"'001 at I* orl..kl Baptist Posse : I STOCK
r- iew't f ad* all p.. Prater awetlng*v.ijUtilBtidayfalctil A HEWLY-COWED WM. M. BROWN. !' filed >y one and the same person.
: .. '. > WORD.
1 A0arerdiailrlaW. I II I
name of the officer and
memberk -
1x t. 1.$T.*TO .raaior.rwratia I EDWARD L PRADT -

Maysomr.t blM;aA4 not'-T.. -9"ler :Lip I AB I sly' Om* sad the T"'.. It llaa' FH4NKT. BtTXIE. I of the Executive Committee who: Fancy Groceries fRUITS.

sue C awl Mh atnrt-r>ayer .-'. weds.... I ,
Far Hmm Tarp lair are to conduct the business of the corporation
day al1.i I. aa.; I I..4ay Mkac at taa.ni I Director Hay Grain Feed and fertiliicrs.fRCSH VEGETABLES
.... .
>?> .Pterhlsa lweacaua i U.,an.1.->3 1:...Evvortk R.twrur. F....af.- ....W..p.fc I. -- 1 VI Kt.*.'>t IkA.f and .worn #A tkafASIA m6this I until those elected at the first I ,

I I 'asu.r.k. Any famlll.rlt1..lt" continental Journalism 2nd day of April.' 1; election shall be qualified are: C. L. F.I

B.t'.cat..IC4rar. lessee 6 all nth and periodical literature bringsthe I S. L. i Robinson president; Ch... H. Garth- i Yachting Trade a Specialty +-
..--I'rPer ...at 1.elok a. at fcina.V ,
......... .6\ .....:; "'-1., aa 1,.. p. a.pwaltk .' reader In tbrse days face to face at :\ I'U'f'U'f] Ie.I I side, rice-president; J. F. Olive aecrei : t

"-"t'.t; Junior LpwartHm. ;; every turn with the nvwly-coloed word I i tary and treasurer and E. A. Hart. T.M E. L.
"-. .,I D' p. m Pnyer 8"11IDC N edaesda I Brady & Co.
arrhlrm.: and with dl! ertatlons
" ....... .U,..' ur k; All ..... weleoar.i on : A GREAT SF S : Leonard the Executive Committee
I LA,".1 m. Pastor I i iTatirmr the modern tendency which It represents .
) of said club.
Carnr r. E. A raa. 1 sad W4ttret The word Is a very ugly: one saysS. -
-Moraine iram. II .chick; .0......| : ribcet'.. and the thing: which it050th. There Was a big; sensation in Lees_ I i The organization and first annual GROCER!..
... .... "L a t..DIIIC Prayer 1."' Wed... ,
tar.....101 J M; J1>. r Eurliarlat.. errra; In .. tor certainly ba trry ugly: .... vllle. Ind. when W.: H. Brown otthatplace ,. meeting of the members of this club Phone a4.
;.ua.ia la a ..tk First f asd third Haadari' H-<-|.. but It Is doubtful whether ..ees4dlrinlr : hall be held on the nest Monday f
.. LJttl Weer.ad'.cOBd sad fmirtk at COMM : who was extiected to dlettiadhis I I Cor. Ave. :c arid. Twelfth St.
sot>m *.*...w.Bi. N p rcu.a!. tenor.PlKITTMUlx as Insignifeant.eithertheoneot life saved by Dr. King's New Discovery January A. D. 19";;. In the city of'' .

llSh: ..,....I.II4.{ ......... Af th .wa...iiajr ev..rv sp"'isr. -.I..I..tt.. ....,k., In our quality of Americars erpelall for Consumption He writes: I'
sad every........y:rteninf 111 .. <- )' The-i-ofirprtatiteEuropran! "I endured Insufferable 'aKonies: from,, and thereafter on the first Monday In
\\Um. 5.w] ,*.... P.al.t.t'wetmt.r I 1
/:: : Is rasped ac 1 abralt'ed' by the I'neralrnwnes Asthma, but your New' Discoery( gays, January of each and every year. r
.. tzMt-e
.F. W.
t a.prer us-st. at .ire. HAHN
A P. C irry ... a* i irditvaiv\ and Ray **irrrtt r*t-ultlcg: from the dcictrine that me )immediate relief and soon thereafter Article .. Che By-Laws this cor- k
1.... m, evert'*.'ailav. the moat (itthetlmrfprnt Inpreparatloii! _
effected a complete curt Similar {nation are to be made, altered or reminded -
MIAMI BOAHt) OF TRADE. for the aehieternent| of the ends of ur..l. l-
I.. iPreaMent. ) time wasted and that he ,,'le mime I* cures of con4tmptloli., pneumonia- : by a two-third vote of the .... Aachtr.ot on.A Sviiidlaz
William\ M Browns: I'u"u" 1. simply to "get: thfre and to tiroQchltls and grip are numerous member of this corporation la good 1 = I now have In my employ on. oftkebett

z Fun Vk Pre.d Ient. T.j V. Xaor learn by doing: or efi>.)IDII: Instead of It's the peeress remedy for all throat; -landing at the time of the passage of .a draftsman
In the Sooth, and
ge-m.d '....- Ml.at.| i E. Luramua. learning to to! or enjoy, does rot hr..l- and lung t-oubl. l rii-e "i"c and flu). any by-law
feeretary. E. ,'. Bl.ckntan.Treasurvr late to say that It fs the American and better prepared than ever for furnlab-
Guaranteed by all druggists Trial' Article 9. The highest
amount of In
R B- Tatum-j | hi.. AmrrlranUm that are primarily responsible Ing plan and detail for food buildings -

Baud of Governors- tv. ). Browi for the doctrine. And he Is bottle freedw rlap.lslee. d..btldnesllor! | liability to which this fine cabinet work. etc

T y M.wrw. J. E. Lum... ... A. E. H.i I corporation, shall at any time subject a:
IriKhtWe I 'I PtA I am. now headquarter for toned
..e.1l 'Hah.. y
B. F. W. W.
have In .effect a new way of regarding | :itself shall never be greater than twothirds = .work acroll
4ILSTANDING sawing and all work
Pioui. John Se I ) ass >
human ..ai..D..nd Ih..lluman I
: i
COMN'T'k' EE8. carver In this particular We are Incllaed | of the valuof the property of s i zf ufclly done In a first class planing mill.
I .
LAWS-t-Anno, W. Rio ,Mttoraoa. s. tandera. 0'' the corporation.I
Send me order for door .
to apologize for this new way at ..... and
James T. Stjimour. R. HA
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)f RIUGE: -Baltey. B. )j.: BackuaW nenpsisary aggressl\eness: that It Is the "What la tne'irreaten! curse ,.f your | real estate in fee lmpl;, or any leasehold O etc, and be convinced.

: F. w.. R..... Cj} J; edeR1 only I right way la reality we probably j j sex?" she might well anxwer.m: estate, which the may -
". J M&ht.1 I 'I,J [ought: to do neither The matter Is still pulse" 1j.j j. responsible l for alnn...i I hold, subject always to the approvalof MIAMI. FLA .

HELLTHJ. AND .ArTART-Jaeka< i.. on trial j all the mistake* made Inn tae 1t'.I.l lbrartnl I _- .

M Jf j ; Frout W W.; En..... JW- Whether "arrtTlFm" b1| humanly'po' anting. a... May it nnt nafcM the Circuit ;Judge, hall not be over I '

lt.pl.; FUnaria, R, S 1 King. H. M cibte when probed to Its logical limits, Ix said hat a few minuses thought 'be sum of S2,5'>>.

RIVER AND' HARD RS-dar.hald.. :whether It will gate us more out of life brforr'rvh.' | or' .,.t icon w uM C. L. F. ROBINSON

I' Chaa HJ 1: Humph Ed .ard CJ.J Tatnm. or |I...... u .. we do do not<< yet .know most fatal blunders Xant| prevent of i T. M LEOVXRD J. A. Robbi s -&: Co.
... I yeti
8t M. and
Bt3.; .baa cannot tell. But It Is the contemporaneous u. are' in |niaii\r bomlate' -<|HM'k J F. OLIVE |
RAILROAt.8 AXD rREIOHM- problem, and one surely
ness to feel to show our ferliuir..
1:,..,.. B ; wiler. C. D.. I.umiua.u railing for mediation and experiment to retort E A. HART ': Harness J
or to re>|N>iHl. I we arrfnr and Carriage
W.. McDonald. A.CHARlTltjSBrtiKtoa. '
E.: Ervrlii CH\S H.
1 --- I I''hurt we must imme.liatrly ourrunx. G\RTRSDE
E. TJ ;CbeatBass. 'j on... .....r." as the >hra ifnut Depos1"tOry.
J_ tl: Douglas t. B.;, Ofatr. The Old." ._ rr' .r.r Will. i |
.. Xlmalnle! C. UAflMCtT.'H.RE.BUckBiBB.1 A mill Is | In liter sw..li. at k.e bvami 1..1. i j STATE OF FLORIDA
X pepper a piece of stlrer not Quality is remembered after
ma.....-,. yet.refler tk.n fre.ipently long price s
E. V. '
oftca '
; seen nf. table* nowadays Emr i COUNTY OF DADE: ,
... .
Morse Ii. Tatum. J. H.; Or1d:ng. A. lush housekeepers. however still .In., tKe keenest regret for |I..t j I'I
use On thin .
personally before
ilimil the forgotten.
U Dorm jj K. ,the pepper mill and American sheersmiths lirtratml wrrrl or' other '
PCB.IJC BriLDIXCHorner.. J W.; sometimes .-. ill rsult.ilonsMsgaeine.. me C. L. F. Robinson T. M. Leon- i
keep It tomtll.d.
Bud ". H. If-; MUy.. J- BleweU.. maids at old-fashioned families who I .Q.Io.. with epN... god J. F. Olive, E. A. Hart and Chas. : Quaity Makes the Bargain.
Jabs )mater. prefer to grad their If H. Garthrlde. to me well known as th. ,
iTiRES-Frls en. Qtn C; sews pepper rather IMMUIlble matt ,.ipi.is a/ .les oN r ,-' -

Mw T. vJ: Conrad J. A.; Rhoda R.W than risk tbebanof' adulteration variety that ). Arm and ........t. Take, {person descrll-ed In. and who cabwnbed 41.15. ':5.te.hth S ..!. -f Ddlarsai. F'1.Th1e *

; Reillr JL B. 1 The i pepper i m II dates back to the time I e.|i.al qtiantitH. ... of apples| and their names to and executedthe

Wt'CATIANAb-.. W. M.: when pepper $as a tcarce commodity I qninre. Pare and rOIl the .,>|.I!< and foregoing articles. of Incorporation

Ha" "" Wl{; OauUw Radman4 B. ILa | and was alwa) ground the table from I quincra in MInd ..Ii.-...; remise the and for :
as article of
Incorporation r
"'I". A. U; aaseJby. J. Q f "mitt.JuH the peppercon la. Pepper was an valv- >rm with a small rouiwl mttrr Centrally ocateo

-.: Kotbl A. J: I i I I able \la those (jays that rents were nftea II",..... the qLinre In Just ""'MIP oa the Miami Gun Club and did. severally

IHatMRATIOS-Blaeaaiam. E T. paid: to pepper't orns. and he high prices I to c,..er then until they are ten acknowledge that! they executed: the _

Mar e. r. $4 Tatom. J. lUjDom J. K. they Brought were amoag the lucrative .,.; thru remove! them *..;il put the same for the purport and use therein -

,H-r.er. J. M.ENTERTAINMBNT..Rlaedea.. that(; Induced explorers to brave the dan !I apples In the same water and cook expressed.In .

.R. W.:, gera of the nakaowa deep If a akor. them lender without hreatinar, them, 'i, E. A. FORSFLi PROPRIETOR.

Bada H. e: QanhsWe. Cr H.; a.ol"l| passage could be discovered to the ladles Mace the fruit !. separate iii.) .. awl ,' Witness Whereof. I have hereunto PioneerHotel

T. R.S Sewatt. John.ADVRTISINOsM.ra. A li I 'it was agreed by all that m wealthof rover them [I""ItJai, a hot syrup aisle i Bet my hand and official seal this .

ILl aettMgas. : pepper amid be easily brought to Eo- of one part sugar and two and a hall seventeenth day of March A. D...1tot.I. .
T. B.: Byte***. B. T,; BUrks. ,y rope Ground pepper la extcaalvcly ; part ..'f'f'I leow sad let them Mam! A. MITCHELL

E. V.; Helfcarfa-t***. X. F. ; .maXrUgt I 1 adulterated to-day and to those who... over .!,r"L !. the morwiag reheat Notary Public Notary Public. RATES $J.oo TO $1.50 PER DAY
A tin B* ot aiaaitwin. '
faatidkMM act to the frmlt and sad
ear take the sight syrup place in .1
aIMCr an an H tbOovK t.1 trouble! of crladtet: tk. uppareeraata teraate layers in jrlasa jars aad seal Seal.My Corner ntle!! B and nth street

... ..... W.'JL Jlllknoti. L it; J ualvwipepperiaUlBikeoMvenjemt at ODMV-WaahlBftu' Stare CoamilMfcm Expire January 251. .

, ....... W"'K.... + I. j ',' _-j-mU- *.-sfl.-N.T.t I.'rrIhM;. <,. '"1., .. .... 1)01 .. __.r., 1- : .....--.:..,..... -'- I. .. .MIAMI... ,,',-FLA.r _... <. ..Jy

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." .. OFFICIAL/ 'CALl FOR PRIMARY ELECTION I II. CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. jj I. approaching tion.Miami Flav Democratic H. F. ATKINSON.primary elec I CALIFORNIA VULTURES. .

I la the OH Dar. II Wa* ..' .1 the
file i ...t.... (*.rf. I* Caleb the

Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May |! Dally Announcements and weekly will Metropolis be Inserted for tea la dollar the FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. I I II r crest Blr**.

*. or la_cither edition for flve dollar One of the nvt interr-tmg bird
10th and June 7th 1904 in Dade County.Notice ,
candidates County Commissioners hereby announce myself' as a can- of southern (alifornta u the great
and member of the school board will be
I I didate for Justice of the Peace in Dis- California vult ur.. mi-aM>nally urea
charged coo-half thin amount and doubtless! .. > f the birda
ne <>
Me announcement Insrti1 until paid strict No. 10, and respectfully ask the
:E.tteacn: dC Ervtsia.4
U hereby given that then, 26th day of April. 1904. at which\ time support,of the voters In said district early They
the niouutaina auJ
frequent lofty ran
ATTORNEYS AT LAW will be a Democratic primary election, they' wul be closed.\ d. William S. HilL be rrn from Mi:.untiUion.. a pak -

Will pnetlee la an.....Btatt sad Ftnl held In the various precinct of Dadi, The registration, booka will not be FOR COtnfT1'T. TRXACCKKll. candidate I nearly *.IM..., fret in height near !' -*-

.*....a faQttlfer. *aillaad. p erteetuit.j county Florida, onMar, 10. 1)04. and, reopened for the second primary elec the Dwaoeratle. Voter of Dad c-. I hereby announce myself a dena. The writer has wen them ra
Tttla Jan for the ol tion. Florida the San Gabriel valley .ittinr in oak.
on 7. 1904. purport ty. : for re-election as Justice of the j
r aioxw. NUailip FI. foilol..lDC 1: I I hereby anceune myself a candidate mobbed M' a flock ..f blackbird.
nominating the offleen: All persons may register who are '
Peace in this the 10th district As I'
for f..aloctlon I* UM office of Treasurer la the olil tiara it wax our of the
: their
1 Representative ilij Congress. SecondCongressional citizens they have paid lof Dado County Florida subject to the am now serving' In this capacity II sports ..f iMinthrrn (aljfornia to etch

T. 8KAG6S. M. D, District poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote will of a majority .t the DMaoeratle would appreciate an endorsement in I' the irrrat vulture with| the riata.

...Croat rnaraaey.Beatdesn 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the unless their poll taxes which may be voter, as will be speared hi th* Dea- accordance with the Democratic principles ': The birds were theri rommtm and

/ one wtta* 1 U Stree ;full term of six >rain. | legally duo are paid u provided bylaW' oeraUc primary May M. UM. of returning jr a second term were haiteil with a nhrrp. awl wbeegorged ..
c. a. IUUJJCIUIOM.d I l thai could
curer Aft OMIAMI. 3 Justice of the Supreme Court I an Incumbent who has satisfactorilyfilled M they not HyIhry
< W' Miami wrrr ranily! taken. Thin bind i*
1 Governor. I the office .
t I the second larrrnt in the world sad
1 Secretary of tats. Payment I of poll taxes for 1902 and A. E. HETSEK. d John C. Gramllng. ih hrrrilinu place ha. )>ren found ia

J. M. JACI80B, rt. 1 Attorney-General.1 1903 Is a prerequisite to voting at all I Candidate for f the Santa Monica and Simi moun
1 Comptroller.' elections this year. dw County Judge. FOR STATE SENATE. II | tains.A .

omCK: ,, 1 Treasurer., '''EXEMPTIONS.Tbe !\ hereby announce my randdacy for I typical southern altfomia bird

BIICA TICK BLOCK, A va. D. I ,I State Senator from the Thirteenth in the road runn.... found in the
HOTIL following
1 Superintend t of Public Instruction. conditions exempt
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. firm anal must arkl pi"...... huntingfor
FLORIDA. from the payment of capitation Senatorial 1 District of Florida subjectto
MIAKL I persons The many friend and supporter of liat.k. on whith it i. an otnnivoroiiji -
Commissions of Agriculture I or poll taxes: I' the will of the Democrats of Brevard ff-eil ..
1 I :, the present members of the Board of .I.r.hil. hunting orhorselmtk
First who has lost limb and Dadeoountle to be expressed at the writer has often come
ssioner. -
W. B. RUSH. 1 Railroad Contm' Any one a County Commissioners for Dade
QR- taut-General |Iin battle.SecondAny. the primary election May 10th. 19 1 AdJ
i I 1 county have prevailed upon them to
BS-ltth street. 'Phone M. Seabrook Sams i minutes lirforr it would finally take
r C Omar Residence 10th Street and AvenueMUll.rLA. 1 State, Chemist 'i | : one who was 55 yean I II stand for re-election and hereby present Courtenay, Brevard Co., Fla. ..i"l!-. \\intrr in I..... \nrrlr county
'PlaoIIe n-IR. 1 Judge of the Circuit Court. Seventh : of age oa or before December 31. 1901. their name, u follow.: F. C. II in virtually summer 1.. the bird. a.

Judicial Circuit I Third-Any one becoming of age (21 Alcher. George W. Lalnhart. R. E -- the rotinfry after the tint 'W- dons
I Wm.mtmmtt.. .! Wllk.An .
"'" :', 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial 1 jean old) on or after January 1. 1903 McDonald. John Sewell and L. A. apparatus in use In Germany for its coat of green and ..H>n file ..Id-
!. W. BACXUS; flnwern are in bloom and rountlrianip4tent |
Circuit Fourth-Any one who had become a
Belcher to the voter at the Democratic the purification of milk by ocunlzatiun Is

...,. .A Details_. Made 1 Prosecuting Attorney. I resident of this State, and county )nor primary of May 10, 1904., so censtrucied Ihst the milk contained .<> nsigrattons fill every begin grove.early Theeprink
Flans Specifications a.d 1 Stair Senator Thirteenth Senatorial after January 1, 1903. Ina easel flows thence In a thin atr..amlate ;
Fine of the.w: York
for' of A'.l Birds, I .r..p..n.l..nf a
Building {another veeaei placed brlow The -
Residences* ..Specialty.Ornct DUTrict R properly registered, any of the FOR SHERIFF.To Tiiu<.*:,_aonH-titurs late in Februarythe
wires and carbon points of a strong electric
D. Member of the House of Representative I above can vote at all elections State first will he seen, no southern t '
l?IS. fVESCE battery are M>arranged that tb.ligbt
*. and county held Oils year without I II California may well be termed th.birds' i .
the Democratic voter of Dade CouB- are pastes through Ih4 stream or near It.
1 County Judge prying any poll or capitation tax. i 1 Ty. Florida: The ozone which Is thereby, engendered highway.CHAPEL ,

DL L s.CHUD,: 1 Sheriff; I PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. I ......b' announce' styMlf a f .*M.*t From the oxygen: of \ae air is said to be 15' THE CUFFS.
I for re-otoeUen to th offie of Sheriff at
kill alt
sufficient to microorganismscontained
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court Person under the following '
Dad County. Florida subject t* the ,
DENTIST in the .
\ 1 County Assessor of Taxea.! tions will be liable for one will of tINt of u.. Pamocratt milk.I Oa. .f the later**!!** .realwre* .f .
eases N toDdl-1 majority I_ 7... .. It_. I. ...u..... -
Ooe tawi ra.s= 11 Tax,Collector. only for 1902 or 1903, u the voter* a* will lie UPI+wd tm the DeeaocraOe -
HOQSB.1lf. ..
j .j
'. FLOIBDA. .'.1 County Superintendent of Public Instruction. be: primary wile..*.. May 1*. Mat. ."

.. MIAMI. Any ODe who became 55 yean old )dw JOHN niOHOCK. -as Vafet Nkeep.ad Probably one ofth. moat canoo* /3
1 s. .,.w. during 1902 will be required to pay f 1 ''"' ruate AM.1 ._... place* of ;worship" in the British Isles '41 1 j ji.

Home Seekers' i 1 Cool >ty Treasurer. I for account of poD tax for that year. I hereby announce myself u a candidate '- Tbm. I l I. to be found at Ki>.rr.lx>rourh.( id -:

the Wet Riding of Yorkshire. which 11i.
for Sheriff of' Dade
AttenlkwuTo 5 Com ty Commissioners. Any one who may become of toss (21 county
While of the varieties of palms
many i i. picturesquely situated on the left i
will Bid ito to your interest t Members of the County Board of yean old) "at any time during 1902 Florida at the next Democratic primary and ferns are admirably suited to culture I bank of the \nltL The town, watch M

call oa IDe before investing.Far'aisbed Put*Instruction. will be required to pay fl for poll tax and ask for the vote of my In th* living-room, the mistake lafraqn in built chiefly ..f stunr. ran bout q
bosses and rooms catmte. 1 Justice of the Peace in and for District for th* year 1903. fellow Democrats and those who win tiy made of obtaining those that many interesting feature. says 4

,reat. Real batSi Insurance ial'e&l taxes NoL 1. J. 3. 4. i. i. 7. 1, 1. Anyone becoming a resident of this be qaalifled to, becoM: voters at thai i will not do well In such: locationa. the l.lmd'n Urrkl.t Knarenborungh...- 1
city and oontsttF.cotionsi novic probably baaing hr chute* on tle....bl'h .t.nd. in
primary. I promise, if elected to, faithfully ; now ruins u a
ete. attested! to. I 10. it 12 and IX; State and county during 1902 will be
specimens seen la the windows of the arrouDd'for the hitorunn ;
happy| | hunting *- .:
tare a special license authorizingse I' 1 Constable In ant ,for Districts NOB. liable for the poll tax for 1901. perform the many datle of! this florist and forgetting that such plants from of the ctMin- .. "

toptepare aU kinds kyal transfers .', 1?, I. S. t. 6. (, 7. 8, 1. W. .11. 11 'WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. responsible office.J. were only brought to such perf.eUOIiIathe try. The .M fortrese.l which was ,

olf real estate Low fee*. I and 13. I All bale Inhabitants who are n M. WILLIAMS. temperature of the greenhouse and nnginally ..f great itrengtbwa* :-

Prompt attend. CARROLL.. 5 Presidential Electors. yean of lIP and were under 55 yean' .Palm Beach Fla In skilled hands. Since<< the Introduction built in the. rear I1TI by Serlo At :.
of the Boston fora, Woman's Rllrll'h.rl.r the battle of MaritatM .
Pnblic. I 1 Delegate! at Large to National Con- of ace December 31. 1901. says
Notary. [ ; 1- Horn Companion lover of this classof ..>r it wa..taken by Fairfax, and .n ..
VM IIK'OJW af.OftlcU ventlon. Any one becoming a resident of this FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.
10 ,
110 ATK. plants hav had greater success and 14? it vitas onlrred to l>e di"m.IttJr.1.I.T '
I' I I 2 District Delegates.1 State and county prior to January 1. I hereby aimovne mynT a* a candidate certainly no plant Is more easily cared i <> the ......tb ..f the ea.tle stand : t. .
for the offlc of Clerk of the Circuit
l Reliable: 13 Members at Large of State CommIt- : 1902. win be required to pay poll tax Court *!f Dad County, subject te For nor gives greater satisfaction I In th* R,. irrt'chafirl. an excavation in the

Gft4.*.. .. I tee. j I for i902 and 1903. I the action of the Deiaoetatle primary IIYln<<-ruum. It will stand consider ble t risks; or rliff-nratlv adapted to .1 ;

Member I rouchhudl1 c.and is quite as aura live turn an ......l lesia-tiral| edifice ill tl .
W. c. MAYNARo. I 1 County of State Committee. 1 If they become e resident after .TaDU&I'J dw E. L. WHITE.
In the summer for veranda dear, Ion ;, reign nf Richard I. la clo.e pr Tut-Omo.. 1 Member National Committee.i 1. 1902. and before January 1 January 1104.i' .
Hot I* .
AT* O., I I as In the winter, used on tables and i icy to M. entrancrithrre u to !. i ;
'C1&ae11cIntIlJ F1Ued:, tf t I i 1 Supervisor> of Registration. 1903 they yill be required pay polltax stands.. I{ ,yen a Quaint; fllrure| of a knight in i ,-,

1 Metnber, of Dade County Democratic for 1903 only. tab thla motaod Inform oho rob .... i !
ilci., a ,|IJe.elerJ'IC to The kentia among palms are peculiarly the act of drawing h's .rd. ap- 1 -
Executive Committee In and for Any one reaching their majority (21 I trs of Dad County that I wll b* a eaadldate suited to the hum. The; are fkarently in defrnse of the narrt .lshrine. : '

,'f rWlnu) Nw !. 2,3.4.5,4.7,3 I I Ii yean) on' or Ifter January]) L 1902. will for reelection to 'the offlc of Clerk scarcely ever attacked by ir,...II. and I A short diitarce furtli I''l

OEO. aicDO X L 10, 11. 12. 1::1. and 14. i iI | be subject: to payment of poll tax for i of of the the Circuit Democratic Court subject primaries to th May* action IB eYeD gas coal and illiiininailng- along the river i. fit. Kolirrt'a Itb. cavr.which I Ji
bane of roost paJmsfall to Injure them in supiMwril to l be reitilerce :
d1 I I The roles governing' said primaries .' 1903. promising if elected, to perform the duties I 1
seriously Notwithstanding the muntlness I <. of the hermit. I' was in 1774.
I Itbe In all { I of the offlc. m tINt tutor*, a* m tile tI
shall the same as those adopted by case of exemption of voter
'pe a pra..rul.1| of lI.h..1n.
tmt... iWI.t Leads a **a ii y of the clans, the fuliige: Is : the scene of the mrtnler
I part to the best of ability. I will
FLA. Democratic Executive Committee i from payment of.poll taxes h* mu.tI my of a pretty shade <>< green. and always. I II ..". hy Eugene \rarn. <)"|...it _.
COCOARtOROVR. !. j _. _____ __ I be grateful to boss wh* will favor m* ,
,I at the r meeting held ai; Jec&.uuvillon ." scare m the supervisor'- of registrationa : with th> r _... I attractive Kentia Belmiireana I la. theI the raMt. i h. m pftrtf\mr| prinK!. now

January 22, 1904 for governing: certificate setting forth the fact that I dw E. C. DEARBORN. I I bet known .if the clays. althiMigh Ken I known as the fsm..uei' Propping Well

J. A. DANJS. State $>rimanee, so far as the same wWI such voter la exempt. If the certificate 1 : tia Fosterlana i* quite as attrartl, being l'
1 of taller growth and not sokpreadIng TRAIN 287 MILES LONG. .
I be applicable to the county primaries.! I exempts the voter from payment of I hereby announce vyMlf a candidate the first -- i I I ...
1 ta/.......cot SI..tMStfwlM .QIrwtI.. the, for for th. office of Clerk of ItIHt Circuit 1 as named ..... '
r'i The assessment to be paid by poll taxes both yean (1902 and I. growing palms considerable mois1 pYeiwhter. ,,1: to ]take U Cp

" / approaching Demoeratle primary *letlon. .
MAt Representative .. .. ... ...... .. flS 00 I then rote upon presenting to.the Inspectors : : II soil should not b. allowed* to become Rrr..tly. I 1

Mi501hess. j ItAfOlEY5UONEJumTAR, Senator .... .. .... ... .. ... .. 1508Sheriff. r such certificate of exemption. I dw Z. T. MERRITT. soggy at any Urn. Some iara> of the mgntud: > of theronirrxtion

...,.... ..... ... .. ...... 1500 | If the voter is subject to only one Buena Vlata FlaI I SMART AOVERTISIHO. which has JIi'rrtr.1 with

Clerk bf the Circuit Court...... SO 00 poll tax either for 1902 or IMS! the -.i- the fry.gist tral#.- of the )1-uiiinjr railroa -

Tax Assessor .. ... .. .... ....... ZO 00 :, same rule WI}I apply u to securing hereby announce myself a* a Candida &..m-i.r.d ........ T.... a Lae.Sr .U ..... ..... ......... Puy-- ( t. for tINt offlc of Clerk of the Cir Aee/de.t '., G..a.r i matioii given :n .1... i:"-|'",<'hr. fronirittthurg \
Tax Cpllectoi ... ... .. .. .. ..... 2500 > a certificate; of exemption for the two
cult court subject to tb* action of the I ,,--.,. ..f tie rfTort of thr
Count Treat arery .. ..... ...... 20 00 yean.ii Democratic party. Primary election May .' railroaiU,wilt-ring ithal city totlrarthrir

ARE YOU,; GOING Couni Judg< ...... ..... ...... 15 00 i i: PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. 10. Wot I The cleverest advertlwrs are those trrminalK ..t jri'u'/.I' / l ran,

Cbuny(4 Attorney ... ....... 10 00 I In order to be qualified to vote at the > d J. S. FREDERICK. who take advantage of every war of late, rr|..rt. the ir.,'Lnd -ndrr.

North br, West ? Supei! Dtendent of Public In- Primary election; on May 10th .r June I public interest and are always on thai I I..r\e-t..ing In the firiirr.> ifivrn there
: FOR TAX COLLECTOL look-out to make themnc.ves the center .r.. move.u- ai.l!I..ut ,.f : .
I structionConnl .... .... ... ... 5 00 I 7. 1904; poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 ; ;; 'i IMtrburg n
THE i I hereby ann ; myself a candidate of public! attention III' large: western inglr tlut nD fitM litFc-rrnt rend.r
: Commissioner ...... .. I 00 must be paid onjor before 5 o'clock i .
? P. makes; total of ,
there v. j
Is merchant mho Ian.
Louisville Nashville I for the office of tax collector of i city a it a <>nM-ting i.f 1&KJiar

&: Supervisor of ReglstntkmMemt .... 5 00 I M. Friday April, 29. 1904 (tea days before Dade County, subject to the action of i business principle to !let pats no opportunity i' .. w ,th an rMin'iatei' freight' tin .... f-. .

in of County School B'r(. 1 00 ,the first primary election). !' I for advertising which be can' sk- nairr ..f 1 1.A; .:; the coming Democratic primary 'I
Railroad ,
Justices oi the Peace.... .. ... 1 00 I I dw T. NL ford to accept. in rrlirAiatr the lil M kadttrnix.rar| :}. j I-
.. kcelleil >aa.eng !r aerulcr. GAUTIER. I Not hut it '. -a il that all .irirtrjt k
Offers ] lop* ago a borae driven by an I with'i: :
: I Constable ., ... ... ....4... .... 1 M NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. I
Modern trains ourrjing :PuBmsn I i I i{I awkward fellow backed on the IIldf.aI > .III mile.f l'itt.lHirgare.\rt ffllrriwithrar :

sleepers up- o-date osebes1 free re- All candidates are required to parA i Notice'hereby given that the Registration -, FOR STATES ATTORNEY. and pushed the cart right through; the' ;" .. drMinnl; to that <. \. and when 1
the tve fee to S. L. Patterson, Treasurer i I I j jI I: ihr.. are mixed II.,.. will .
alialac chair ear*, and dining earstetweea 1 Books of Dade County, for I hereby respectfully announce myself merchant's window, thereby smashing I be a n.
rf the Committee, and also ,tofurnia i iI I piece of plate-Slaw worth severs OuIdreds lo..r. the ..n/l'.I"'"
northern and southern eitiea. I the primary election to held JiII.10.. !! as a candidate for the offl.ee ofState's I
$ candidate's to the of dollars.11I It srrniK almoM UK:r';!.!ljl.lr''' that
Tb !B**| dining ear ..,J.1ce',In the such ,name j 1904. will be opened the several I Attorney of the Seventh Judicial I work could! hair *nlUiHh
flovth. j i ';Committee, ors or before April 1104. 1, election districts of f I Circuit subject to the vote of !11I The merchant w annoyed but not dune.
county. diseoncerted. and aI t before the tenI I freight .arils* ut a uKlr! ..t itjtb.
All Agents Sell Tkro.cn JTicteU; via The Commltte* reserves the right to on the 29th day March, AH D. ,:: tb. Democratic primary.dw : ,,evitable crowd had a chance/ to collect daj u.nte of thr r l.-rr _t fr. .ght

L. & NJ .d i : 'increase' the |ajx> assessment -at ita : 1904. and will be closed oa the Kth : CECIL G. BUTT. the rollowID"t1 rlftea notice appeared I are Wl fWt in l length| |It K.. .oeragu!

| meeting on April 10, 1J04. If It be day of April A. D. 1904. ID the empt frame, attached to i length of' the..e tar Mrrr feet all

rrateeDeduleknd ear said the r of bleb of them put together, ...1'1.J|Id) have
sleeping found .it meeting that assessment 1! Th} followingperson FOR COUNTY SCHOOL. !SUPERINTEN a fragment glass still rema isd I
are hereby made a tram 1'ilT-TJ lor
toe frt
reaenaUon ipplv in the sash: more
I :!.bove will not be sufficient to, DENT.! I
appointed j'tijif It'tiitlon{ 1t'! < "el --- I This window broken t than' 2 7 m'le..n !Irrjfth. 11 i. .
J. M. Fie Ing meet d.le expense of carrying on the I hereby announce myself a cno dst. was by an acrl.dent. mean.'that
Pa.r.FIori4aM ...-. ".r tl.e B ve O a .roara district*. toe for Bdperlntendent of Public Instructionof .. A country horse, !being led down I (the airragr I..rth"h... 917:

K..t nay primar ea. t J Wit | Dad County subject to the win of 'the street, unaccustomed to city life, became train,} tooted was almost a t Ird of a
_. '
.oIk. 'a.JOI.EnI I
: polling place In each precinct :I Number One.i Stuart-W. G. Parka. th* voter a* may lie eipiemid at eMapproaching frightened, plunged: reared and. I, mile. __

: where the i, primaries are to be held i Number Two/ Jupiter-R. E. L. ife.Farland. Democratic primary *letioa.R. backing, IIn.II.I..t! down In this window aaolfcer ( allftrola II.. n..
TA1l : Inspectors and E. CAU. I No. the horse was not hurt The Th. *
1 Y and th > name of the i i big tree rrrrfttljr iinu 'h..d by
tor clerks\ who are to conduct such pri- dw Miami, Fla. 'I glass la Insured and as soon as a plate I I the N'i..n.ifi.ft..n..n a.. th Ja'.tI
.hotreg.afI- I Number Three West Palm Beach- i large enoughcan, be made It will be re- I in the world i. outdone lit .n..lh..r
marle.wil!< be named by the ExecutiveI
1 E. H. Dimick. i i FOK TAX ASSESSOR.I |placed. The work Is at the expense of ,' han junt bern rri..rtr i from

60 YEARS* I! Committee.at their next meeting to be I II I| Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynttn) hereby announce myself u a tbe insurance company, and doesn't I.ream Thianewlfound tr e nira-

CXPERICNCC i held oa Apru 10. 1904. i ii : Cullen Pence. CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of I i coat us a cent The interior of our store i nod six fret from the grout I. in III

I i W. A. nLER, I. Number Five Delny-H. J. Sterling.; Dade County subject to the action of {t is ia perfect order, and you will find no i, err and H 1 in*.hr* ill tiriitnroni r..,.......
I better opportunity tban the whtih it.follow,
Chairman Dade County Executive Democratic I present to that iteal..ot"
the :
Number SIx Pompano Cavender primary.d .
a I Committee.AtteA j I I jdo business with na" fret in ril.tiu.-trr rWtunatrlv. the
II Namber Seven Fort Lauderdal*-W. C. L. XIMANIES. trrr >'.lId l< ..u lb..go.rrnmrntresrr.e; .
I .
I : Ikl..a. t'Nat.ee.Cut !
1 M. Marshall. and willI hrrefore I... '|..red the attackof
BL.. Patterson. Secretary dw One enough boiled potatoes to' .
the miutlialilr ... !
Namber Eight. Oju J. W. FOR STATE A
Tnoo: U4tlisCc.vwmlevs Ivea.Kturber SENATOR. measure a pint. season well with salt _

cs-Aoa''v.r.e.wely i Nine Lemon City Warren I hereby announc myself u a candidate and popper and turn Into a shallow : .1.... lace ,.*.11,..

a.aM.i.ae=c- QUALlnCATIO OF VOTEBS.Ftettj Mitchell. for State Senator from the Thirteenth buttered dish. 'Pour over them one Aa eitraonhuary''' .novelty an-
-.f- Prttaary' ruesday. Mar M. cup cream,then melt two" tablespoon. nouwed from irnna.. I oont StagaH.'
=:..:;; ": Number Ten. Miami C. D. Leffler. Senatorial District of Florida
.year et..a4..sse.1'... Rra.shw.eel -- 904. butter and pour gently over the top. who ia to play ihortly the rbarartrrof
Number Eleven 'subject to, the will of
.. eserw '" Cocoanut Grove the Democratic
= tsses_ :=..1.Sdtldnc w ..r.. Second PrimaryTuesday.. .I..<. T, Brows them la a quick ovevi Chicago: I ITrtb the "Pied Piper of Hamrlia" will lave
---- A. T. Carter. party to be expressed at the primary
aa armuione; a tao.
I J Jrmarr v** AIe6aL. 104. Number Twelve CDuer-D.C.Brow. I I election May 1*. 144.r. 1 I.' 't tame rats which" will follow him oi the

51554 -tF.',' s., < -enerat ElectWm-Tuesday Novemberhk. Number Thirteen. Silver Palm-C. M HUDSON.Tblala I ... .*** rS*. I', stag as he'pipe. .
A a..or .... ...vet Two eggs beaten tau light with two -
aI ..... 1104 W. HHL Tim. .
luIS ,
_t.t +ff.s.t1-', .tablespoons\ of sugar. Add ODe fun I, r.Ied a war.

Y! :' IirlI registration boOb for the prim Number Fourteen DeerMd-. W'I l Uhtepaoa of maple slnp. three big. Tb wor ld) now roaaame IJOA MM..

ejection' sale U opened tm each SuHlvaa. FOR PROSECUTING ATTOR n.I 'tablespoons of sifted squash and OBI i 1'I 000 pounds of tobwcro yearly or 2. ilz.-

lieUoa'j I distric U this eouaty; oa This March. U. hereby announce myself u s candidate pint of rich hot milk; seam slightly \ i I Miser_ Thlala worth$ 0uoo,000 la
104.A I words bill
the world
ff Urea t>>t. 1)04. and will u kept op.aday T. CARTER I for the once of Prosecuting Attorney with ipicea.-Cooa' Housekeeping. < antokc iaust
ila1..5515 a CJP! (1,000,000 a _k.professions ,, ,
Bmaoaj aaetptsw. mata. the BaperTtoorlRaglatratlo: *. Dad po, Fla., I II for Dade eouaty. subject to the i .. \Lj t L '
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-r, General l Kuropatkln. commanding' I' Cleveland ls the only man who could,;' rare sad a Democrat It Is claimed by' I 1' THE COTTON KARKB7T. : took p<*-Iqa of a wagon dislodging f
I .
Tile DAIL Russian land forces in'' the far east come In a thousand miles ot It He many that as this Is a whlte'Demo- I Futures opened strong.j."f I the epnntry driver. This was. going a
RO Ithe I Is said to lw a dope' fiend. Japan has might even succeed In winning victory cratic primary, bis .name will not be January. . . . ; bit too far aDd Officer Simpson started

AMI 1 US e laid for Kuropatkln that If the, leaders of the Df'mOC"ratkI allowed. to be printed on the ticket Kebruarr." . . . . In to assert his authoritty. The Bail :

a "pill up March . . . . ..
taken | are so far under the Influence of It remains. to .be seen what the Demo I on were amazed at the Interference on
p.Nisea s t "a ssec y.Nay._ itl iliwiiuDt any be has ever April ... . . . 145iKMay '
will' do In
ratic exiHtithe committee the of
to him ao'k part the policeman sad startedIn .
.. .., 'll Flon't pnnlui-e dn'.mll. but Is ...rrante {factious prejudices as reject . . . 1471 .
L f lutn S a.n. sleep. I' standard bearer they ml ght asstage well i i this matter What has kept the Dem- . .J' to use the bluecoat rather roughly ;
IlL : make everlasting June . 14S7I I
: Ibaag the fiddle and the bow and ix'racy in the South Is the menace of Deputy Marshal Frank saw the hazardous -
---r-- --o-- up I July . li . . I4' )
.. f. tTKtsileti Md.wYr-. It hall l-en wisely said that when ,in .'retire from the political" I No negro domination through the Kepub- [August . . . . .. 14 4iSeptember. situation of his officer and ran

;;;;; .a .....w..t.r.t.i '''I I that great ttettin' up nmrning" the matter, bow nt'f'lIf'tnt every! plank In I luj party and the recognition of neKrii I . . . 12 over to give him a hand. The arrival s;

I r.eo a __ ...1 w|>ara'nm of the sheep from the goats the Democratic platform mat be the ('.candidates. the Iwmocrstkparty October.? \ . . .... . 12 7'1) of the deputy marshal only served to >

liana- ...oaroI.I.e.Mp r ,IIbll.llf' It tory In I I would lie a repudation' uf the utrongi :- November . . . 11115' swell. the ranks of the bluejacket*,

0. bid . . . .
0'till rlllte4 et .1at ( IKi-embcr 11 VI
J I raw_ +lag neta.rs} allwa4r ......I"al.: will I* surprised to wee that they the enxiiing'campaign, will\ depend even i tenet Tampa Tribune.SAM i iI I' who had gotten It Into their heaps 1

..; -. ; -;- "..'..r had enough knowledge of naturalhixtor more on the mad! than the illatform Spot cotton cloned quiet, middling right then to get the policeman o it
;; .
_tin..ot 1Y II"" JONES OS PARKER. 1 1I K .
uptinds. ". middling gulf. 1.52S. the
era.w4..tatNM"1'Si ..Ihral... i'' I )' to tell a sheep from a goat.K 'With the exception perhaps of few I I ;' of 'way' and serious trouble was e i-
]I sales: :;0111 bales.I pected for a while. Officers from
;. > | o 'leading and fundamental principles.paper nelg i-
e.. ..r ", ; : :. I Sam Jones I* not only. a success as a
Mo...... I i711r.e I! It is did Miss Alice Roosevelt had platforms are largev paper |pUiitudes. '11'b..r. ', boring beats were called In, and am n
tsae bin..,. pertinent and 41
yraa- i .1"' banished. New York during knov.. many lierity that characterises the feveredfreniy bad, the crowd .
...... M .rr..r to |H> to anyway and everyhod : I dispersed and quiet r -
I I the ruing in Washington to keep heri no President I Is going to conform.. ennllile : ,fMiUide the pulpit. We of ''a "boom town." But there stored' It appeared at one time thai
inimi ComjKDjl thaI have long regarded him as one of tbe L--1
The Pntjtinj i This ,'' details l h. reason In all I! and somebody would be ..
i from plating the ponies young 'to thetnjn actual ind literal things we are badly hurt and ..... -
: most sensible talkers and writers' In
AdvertUiIng rate., 1 made known OD I II.d)', like' her dad, has a way pecllarly I II I He 'could. not do It ecu If be were HU somehow of the opinion that It would, the fact that th j officer kept from I... j
= ; the Sooth He U an observant mab.
-I| "application.TEUFHOXE I her o"n, and if she wanted to gamble :i 1 Imprartka an Ideal rt to trY it I oa :the whole h# well for our people lag their revolvers' as a matter of pure" _
MSR.OFFICK ::: I and keeps very liuov and consequently .
} : ; ', ;its a 16 to I shot that she found all the put Mr Clevelard Is a very good l to show a fuller appreciation of the* selfprtectloa reflects nothing but credit! .t
well informed In of bin blest letters
one I '
: TROHOMs WII.DJ r(. "txport' in Gotham she wag looking ,, platform within hi nuelf. I And he is opportunities that are wa..tlng-some upon each of them. Oat of the sailH
: says:
,431 and 4U Twelfth Strr.tl I for i''known by everybml y. He has plenty ,I of the rights In which they are sleeps i jIng or* 'was' badly beaten by Officer Simpson '

i OppMJKC:CUjirt. House. ; I|lof backbone, and ''n >ne of the] erratlc- 'RooHevet has the Republican party ,-Dally TallahanMean.William when the sailor tried to do the *
in his vent pocket land he i I. steady In '' .
Its a common expression in{ the officer Injury.-P4nsaoola News. \
DlSTAlfCES.I turns that sometime i mar symme-
I > __ 1 ; the saddle Parkdr. and a good manI ;
-- up"but WIlliam
coughed His and
I ,.... n0- j to money to ay he j i metry of strong me i and render them { Fraser -
ProTo toy of the kind' I from Indiana for his running mate, weep sailors 1 In the et '
Port Mls w We the actual occurrence 'I unreliable as I.-.J. s and the bearersof police court this j jmornng The men who la Jacksonville |
Ts.ss. 11 the Democrats bate a fighting chance
I i, bappenoi a few days ago in Columbus 1 great public.... n.lbllltl. In, the I But small fines were! Im- Thursday and in convention nominated] '"

--i -le. .:: Ytleae'c |IS. c. A darker endeavored to pass a management of an; of tbe great national I' and rosy make. the landing. But {ff they puwrt In> consideration of their D..I. | delegates to the Nationa111Democratiec'

wuat-. *1 counterfeit on a dago A cop was j i iI 'PUt UP Hearst, tehy had just as wellI duct last'evening, which almost led
as.oa alt jlZ bill or Interoatloi Issues that are to'l; Convention are the aame men who opposed J
: :: :::.. s, 151 i hold their convention and nominate I
.. ... '
had disappeared. I genera. riot and which' much"
.. tot < railed but the money lD' a created : convention of Florida "
_u... ..Feci.. II"> likely to develop at any moment Democrats :
,,, .... I'M' J', I Believing he had swallowed. It an emetic these uncertain times, one would. have Bryan and Sockless Jerry Simpson and excitement./ Hlz was. taken In charge i I to name delegates, and are BOW
s ssar.,. I ;...;
home and drunk until the elecI
go stay -
Wi. .Iaoac4.. 11 ,- was given and np came the bllL no occasion to feel constantly uneasy j by Officer Chas Simpson for drunk and opposing one for the adoption of a plat |j

:i:lf'Ia A.......' .. I --o--- lest Mr. Ceveland might do something I lion Is over Then they caa say they for interer'i4 with cutens' : The call. I form. If they can haY. a convention f

........ .: uag sus sal head of all I were drunk, Instead of saying they .
letter R at the prescriptions lot inconvenience for number of/
laD The ;iof a all their
___ t1a ...sta'.dsi..1 I 1 1I I foolish or reckless. He U old enough ; own It U all {right, bat they tare |
a .. fools. Go It I don'tcare
were gentlemen;
Latin '
,. derived, from the '
pedestrian by them theJtreet
.f. and He stopping oa : afraid to risk one where tie
--I r to be level headed judicious. I all :
; which get licked I doa t belong
; .
If recipe the Imperative meaning "take" has been tried and be has no reputation : ono at tleat't..M holder and' people are to be represented. 1 ;

1904. dart the tall of the R either gang I am a Prohlbtloalst, ...
APRIL i9. I The little over to make or to lose for smartness, '110 ---- -----r- .
I II the symbol of Jove the Latin god of I keep telling you. and won't changemy ,
I. and none to Invest In political fortunesHe
) FALSE. Jupiter; and Invests the writer with politics\ until the Democrats quit
THE STATEMENT does not sound like an adventureror
a' I bis authority-by the power. of Jupiter.Therefore playing the fool and the Republican I DO NOT TAIL TO SU I
-!' \ a flllbusterer. and he makes no attempt -I.Il l
the articli In yester- the sign properly' translated quit acting the rascal. So I am Inclined -
I Referring to at, the spectacular and makesno .
day'a Record In which. It] was anted reads: "By Jupiter you take this. appeals I to the _tll'I1L If he I to from the opinion that I will neverchange [ WHALER'S JEWELRY '
my prohibition principles. STORE
that I seconded and advocated [the -o- were. president no formal or Informal ."
Introduced There are good reason for believingthat .
adoptloa of the reaolutloa guard of'venerable'1 Senators would I,
home people are buying lea of I I
lirilsoa relative the ,
to removal '
by Mr. C. C have to tie appointed to stand around 314..12tfjt s t.

of H'+aj Frank Clark from Florida their good away from home than ever and him straight It has beenso It Is certainly somewhat significant i
before. This I* a good alga. lit long kef"1) .
to k Pk loma. I desire say prollb. long since ha 'was' President that that a time when almost every day
I sell goods at reasonable It I*
same la lit I rr ,a deliberate and wilful the autl third term sentiment should see* recorded some extensive real estate ---- -. -
lie. or.. lexcuaable mistake. aa I the duty of home people to patl'OlllMUlem. I transaction from South Florida so
la this Instance. I forone
have weight
neither seed did or advocated the nsolutioB On at least half the order that Tennesseeana 1 little should be doing; la Leoncounty i ri I
sincerely hope
what. the "prominent"member dven to the all order house tbe purchaser I ether f IF. F. MILLER d
n o mitttr will waste ao time and money la lands or In tea' ] la CO.,
hi committee" may i* fooled If not actually a loser :
of 1 State Middle Florida. From
1I..D<"latl,. If you buy at home and lag a delegation to the national-d-I every i, i (Successors to Etwi MtJsoa.)
who he bay be. the time
fay or vention to nominate ;anyone quarter State reports of
there 1* anything wrong with your
This statement I make wlthoit great activity la this direction-of new Undertakers
name Is not Grover Cleveland and I and Embalmers =
purchase have It made right.Not
the record you ,
..e knowing of earing what when order from also hope that a hundred or two thousand I "settlers new capital and new methods, r I I
so you away
of that meeting they show. If tltayshow Sate coming Into the old county to work
: other citizens of the are of 4U-12th Street. Phone 25
my name In. connection with, thisinoddeotwhich home this :aame mint If we. are resolvedto these changes for the better {.we are !

,by the way was only O'GROVER 'accustomed to under the 1-
( do otherwise we might #* well group generalhead .
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a trivial ace-I* any way at all tie I i _CLEV'EIAND I resolve' DOW. to nominate'nobody.: f of '"J>rOIf"It"" need hardly I be j I -- --- -T'

_t error la without:I eicuse on the part of D.morrauel I said of course, that much that goes a . . . I i
the The Man to Win a I .
;; the aeeretarV. If } dq not so sbo *. II I BATTLESHIP VIRGINIA. by the name "progress" is far from

tbe statement 1 made to the Record is 1 tory. ', : desirable; and It would be far from advisable -

a wilful Ue, and the publication jthei*. -I Ij for' old Leon the Sap JOS'
to exchange her '
t te II In Nashville I' of Uncle Sam's! Latest and!
ot malidmu1 aad unwarranted. :: A writer the Banner tfrrlptloll Greatest I well-ordered serenity and wholesome r ):

'I have await [bee.nai close penotatl: I" [thus sums np the situation and t I Fighter.The + !
I launched ; tranqulllty for the fictitious air of .
j friend to Mr. dafk. aad would pot i- ratea Grover Cleveland M the properman I [l--- battleship Virginia''News i. pros- Formerly/ SIzQ palm -

: der any clrcumstar c-ea! have ehdord to carry the Democratic standard j this week at Newport f'mboJlHI. (, I Corner Avenue B and 11th Stre t-
tbe btgbestingenuity sad mature ex
the resilutlon, and ai to victory. : .
or advocated y
statement to "the effect, I that I Ij dld'lo! : There U one article} of diet for 'which' I trl.aee of American naval' ullf'n'l FOR I I Gus. A. Muller, Proprietor

do. either verbal,!witten or printed 't am rather happy to say,:I have not : Tlie general dimensions of I '
I It U are: Length on load, waterline 435 feet: Open all the
absolutely nntlrnetI i II J .1 the lightest appe Ite. a quilt pop- year '
bredth: (extreme. ) at load water line United .f'j
[ !" B. i T*tnmv ,Inlar Item In the menu, however, and States Senator

I I I I II commonly kao a aa political pie. I T( feet zVi Inches; trial displacementabout I I Rates $_50 per day add ap. Special per week and Ito Commercial "

One month from tomorrow and j the do not know. what lula. technical name 'I 15,000 tons mean draught at I 1 1 men. Large Sample Rooms.

agony will be oo Shouting end crying auleas It be I caioethes offlctl or i i. trial displacement, about it feet > I 1". O. Box UA, 1 ., MIAMI: KLA. -; '
I Vote :
wHI follbw. : something of that kiD. It cornea to the inches; greatest' draught." full load. 2ifeet : For .
\ I II I It i . . .-.-.-. . . . .
,0 -r-I table ansually aa deasm after the long I -

Columbus. B. Smith editor a the, course of hard tack Incident to the ., 15,00oc more, ton repre' I'

Madison Kcwj Enterprise, has canvas and unfortu at ly. there la 1-te.J la the Virginia, the many antagonistic I

been elected'mayor of his IjOwn. ,,1 rarely. enough of It to satisfy the crarjguests. ;I quatitleji essential to a perfect ';i Jame P. Taliaferro. Hotel --I

log ot the numerous] But no fighting marl Ine have been compromised Biscayne

Arcadia has voted bonds In the!:sera matter,, who maybe elected It la all ]i'I and Incorporated la tbe proportion -,

: of HT.WHI. r-Plr' thousand for acb from
buildings and $$3 ass for street Ilsprovemeots. concerned. I am, however by birth have pointed out as the most desirable sped November S. GRAHAM
1 lat to May 1st Proprietor
TbA '. tit, to do |!it. a citizen of our noble tate of Tennessee and efficient. To begin with the ship I monljr pronounced as -

I "Tj"[ [ "r'T"Judging and of our greater republic. and will have a speed of at least nroeteen I Corner Avenue D and Twelfth Street

x from| reports. Buffalo Ball hence I feel a deep Interest In how knot, which I compares most favorably I if it was ,spelled I '
,hat {better stick, to' his show. ,There some, at I least, of the elections go. It I I:. with any ,battleships under construction !MIAMI FLORIDA
be has}' a show., bat with-h14 jwlfe 'ue j I''Is e.cly conceivable Indeed that ODe'al I abroa nl" aa well as 'with' any In the j

has ao show at IL I ,I estimates of the charms of two. opposing -}| projected stage. The Virginia will be I J

< f i candidates for the United States I I propelled at this high rate of speed by Toliver !r !
"A .1.1I I Il
._ pspethas 1 _
An "I'bup .rs: .t i
twin driven by two ( ;
( Senate, for Instance, might be no evenly -i i oar-yUa-
been born at St. Augumtlne It layoung '''der ,
f balanced as to render one quite willing triple expansion engines ruaDlnr.i .!
yet. but when It cries there Is jng > I'under' conditions o' :
of maximum I.
t' to vote for either fair: charmer If : I.peed.I I ;
.back oa the I Hearst is 'I.t minute. t fr '
fsctlthat about 120 revoutkms j
\ a .
Pi 'tother fair charmer were away. But .... .
M; "
daddy. -
a' when It comes to the duty of choosIng !file battleship will carry four 12-1! I
,t. J .
a 'Jncfa guns' mounted by pairr In belaa '
for the
: a national presidencyout
The Czar kaya, he will: KO to the 1 r
ofj; ao-calledD lUt Jed garrets one turret being slightly .
the emocratlc
t. front after tbe II", big lag IIdlt. If' 1 ,, --- -- .--- ------ -- -
+ that has been recently suggested It h'\\forward of the superstructure and the -
tbe Jap* .hare a say la t\4 affair he 1--
I wn fb to the rear and neretbf runt 10Whlie strange to me that any one could be then aft Of the eightlnch gun" ';: 1t
i "lIaotleI I[ which win be carried on the vessel I
bear flint I Ir. that rather nondescript and ( ,

r r. '\ 0 ,'i i I If Institution just now as the Democratic I four' will be mounted bv pain In turrets' i 1

patty, I should not parley thre .U hty forward of amidships. In '
oor&l Tennsnf* are '
f minutes add ton to these heavy gnn* there will I 'I
having frotiiyi down baskarmth over the question as to wh> ,
wf here an -
f. tog la delightful sunshine aa4 : should. be the Democratic nominee.:. No I be a bmadsde. battery of twelve' C-lnch IBURDINE & ,

'. aid! happy U the ] that life matter bow. good a man personally 1 rarld-flre guns The serondarv battery I 1

might suppose Mr. Bryan to 'be a* a will consist of twelve 3-inch rap-
r la really' worth ) hO..IH1
; woo
presidential. possibility he would' not it* M-flre guns, twelve 3-pounder semlautoma I; Piece : i
t. Goner Clerel aunounees be will remotely la my thoughts And Mr tic, eight 1-pounde .. heavy auto- 'I' ', .

t:, rapport Judge Pa ker. Taa| makes Hearst ..ou14'bf'' even farther 'away Ir mttlc, two machine guns' and six Colt I

: Parkrr'a'.rhancea' all the brI p>tar and tbe dim distance, both aa a possibility t automatic JUlia, all mounted In commanding : sir ,

} Incl' entaJlyl must i | give W. iryaau and aa a suitability. I should rgardhim positions and having large Ii
that tired feeling. r.} i: as an impersonated degradation arc* of II,.. TIle ship will also be fitted I I

III' I: of the presidential. om.... U his personal withsubmerged torpedo tubes. : In ]Blue{ Serge and fancy Dry G Notions: Beautiful and Artistic

It Is gratifying. !: to good democrats ,, and political character and qualifications She will be completely and heavily armored Light Flannels for Neckwear; : also the largest dealers in Novelties
that Grover Cleveland has', not,'bH. > Judge Parker may be all right all of the material) of construction half the I .I- ,
foanttea: and evert' [now. and then 'I I but being/ quite unknown to the rona- being of the sail high quality |f" 'I Souvenir and Snorting Goods. Complete linet
Ask for
comes the echo that ;pve'l' the strongest ', ry at. large be ls without national steel which has entered 1! Into. all the price. i our of SchooLBooks. Polite and capable srvice.

I man jlodav In the part/ that| |twice weight In the event of his nomination vessels of the new' American navyPOLITICAL $7.001suit., 1 1I

landed I him/ ?n hj White a Vast.amout enthusiasm... wouldbe ATCohen's. I
CHAT.Barrs .
needed to carry him through: the I { ,

t Dade eonity Let* $1.W7,40,I from tile.dt.tnbat1ulp' .'campaign successfully; and all the en1 boasts of his legal abUitv We .

: of tbe! state con rlct fund i.1' tbuslasm that could be awakened In will present any gentleman with a I, Burdine <&< Quarterman J

for ttt e quarter $Coding Mare 31.. The bill behalf would be merely such aiI Stetson hat who. will point out a single i, j ',I' i i ,
I i
r largest amount. P.4I2.2wt.1 KO s to Da- !I might be made to order. There. would' ,cane In which the city of Jacksonville

TsJ county, and tae total dtabaraementfoWa '|+ I be nothing spontaneous, and genuine wa a party, during| tbe time Barn twelfth Street.

.. aa even tM.liOO. and cordial about it. The wheels of has been city attorney, that the city

js: -o M I I hU race would therefore drag heavilyand did not have other counsel to trY the ,

The people of .- --I i i the ushot of his case. We .tIIlf"t this r I
; tip 1r engaged i nomination wouM offer stand open

?IniaeHng who en'oa\'| o t U the i be! another Inglorious Democratic de ntil May 19.-Florida Index. 308.'t

matter,of eatertalalag(tn:Jackie* .front feet One of the candidates for justice U 1I I

Cncle Sam big aaipa. Dlaa; ra, baa. lit )lr. Roosevelt la to be beaten themightiest the peace la the Kd justice district )

\ ovetav etej an. alchtly, urn--. maa la the Democratic per-'1'to a colored man and, white he fat ed J.:i}

Batter some of their eoem In pay v tT Is the only man who can do StOOP i caW and above tae average: la Intelligence I I r

aad'proridlM Indeed taw If'J aad fine an'' '.I -SE
lag for the fntmrt.. 'Ir. mlgkOest one caa. I ,a representative of !

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Funeral Director, ands Embalmer. I 1 ai I I

t i two'AVEKIE' D.Prampt j

Ancittua.toXrcUtraih:.Tclcphoic Call*.

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F -- THC\ [ ; : lr 'Tumpkmti ef Chattanooga,- who J -

,' .lJP DAILY MIAM; METROPOLIS. i { j street for heY era I weeks, left to

l ,,Ifoii his :'pome last night" but expects to Begin Monday April llth. 1904.
MIAMI FLA.. April, IWM. ,I;'"return' I'again If'il in a-Yew weeks II I

MAIL SCHEDULE. | Sir id Mm F. M Clendening and ,
I ,
[daughter I prominent people of New t

4. Arrive from the North- York 'are guests at the San Caros, being r ,
:05 .
a. "- enrtute home from Nassau. Mrs.Clenden .

11:25: p. m. ng Is a daughter of General 1- ,
Close for the N orth-

r 1:05r CI4S: pi 1D.m-r Horace reeley._ I I|As this is, the first Monday Bargain Sale of the. Spring Season of 1904, I am

Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Rawls, of Montgomery.
, -
., Ala are guests at the .Saa ) going to oifer some big bargains of new stylish Goods, but for the I like of time and!

THE WEATHER. Carlos Hotel.:;, Mr. Rawls Wilt ben earlier .

: Washington.-I For Eastern Florida: In'the season and purchase: realty space, I only mention a few of them. Come to the Store Monday I and see them
Rain and! In south portion. can
tonght Sunday which he wll Improve during the sum- j I .
' 'I I lDer.l I I
Maximum 88. -
Minimum 7*. 'Mrs.l M. I''Ins' her: daughter Mrs t3as

'- Burton, and tranddaughter. Miss GerI I

.I ,C Nude 'wins 1>ft for their home ,"ter- I T'

day. They are the laM of a pleasantinhly'party

TI TOWN TOPICS. I $ Eof Germantown, Pa. that One 'lot Ladles Black and Colored Kid Gloves One lot Ladi and Misses White and black

I ,haTe been spendingrirteenth the winter on ,,'orth.LOO to $1.50, to go (a 50 Lisle Thread Hose Worth 35c to 50c. (-I! : . 251 :

ARE, YOU A !i MEMBER!-Every street I f : )

jnaa who favor( the ooatlaaatloa of 1; ij i i- One, lot Ladies'White Silk Glove too Len. 251 l One lot Ladies Waists, Worth $1.!0:to $100, J

Senator allaferro'a. valusbleuin j Mr. :Lee Roy Myers, of Savannah I I I .op':.". . . . . . .j..t.' I+ .1 1I .. .
the United State Senate, and thenomination i'who is largely Interested In the cigar I 20: pieces Colored Lawns, New Stylish Patterns : I 98 a

I'of Hon. Robert W., Davis Industry In this State and Georgia was Fast CoU>r Worth 1Oc. to 12#a per yard. I I I

*s Governor should Join the DavtsTallaferro N passenger coming'over' this morning to go @. . .,. . . . . a New 5 pieces Whit and Cream Curtain Screens all ::.
Club and do what h* canto from Havana oa the Manlslqne aid t. : Patterns Worth ISc. to 18c. to go this, sale (* 10

help swell the rote la Miami for enrouie to the "Forest b.- Mr. ,- 1 ", t
One lot Lace and Swiiis CurtalnAs irted
these two men. The club will: meet ers isl brother of Mayor Herman My '- One lot Ladies Fine White Waists Worth
-t. ers Savannah. Styles. Worth $1.2S to $1.50 per pair to go(&. \J. 98 from Z50 to 3.50 to ? ? '
again, at the Fair building oa Monday go (3 .f J. ...,.... 1 198 .

eight at whlchrUme will be some r : II I II I Ladies cause (
[ t. One lot White f Vests, with Tape One lot !

speeches", the adoption of by-law'alld R rj J. Logan Sample of l'ittebart.tbO in Arm Hole and Neck, tejjjo: (*. . . .t I 12 1.2 REDUCED Ladie Muslin Underwear all at .j
traaaactloa of I lOthtrj business, its > has been la this section all season I PRICES This Saje. 1 .,

expected that |ha membership will be visiting here at Cutler, Fort Laader- I (L. ''I I '

Increased by that time jto 1$0'or more. dale ud other places, left for home j jt
Let others come in and help to make Tuesday. Dr.
Sampler Is much Im- fr -
It the biggest dab la the State.OONVICrVFUND. .
proyel] In health and returns north j ;1

of the f cbnTlet fund.-U forhe the, distribution quarter- r with| thl Aj kindest.Barrett section feeling, of of the the and Ocean State.highest Steamship praisefor I I ''I 'I I I

ending March: JUt by. the authoritiesat I.F. I i fB& DOUGLAS )l

TaJ1&huMe.IDad.I counts: portionwas i!,'business Mine! 'Jacksonville. is_here today oa :

11,007.40. Alachua. dfraa, Duval.Earamblav .I! ,. -w ,

P Hillsboro. Mariotrand: Polk I' I i
were the only counties receiving more I ,

P than Dd.. I NEWS ON THE BAYS \ 310-.312 ,Twelfth Street .1. Miami

I I t t fae's}

Patterson and i iWf W. Erwin. both | [The coasting schooner Olivette sailed .

leave tonight fort !Tallahassee when;, four the Keys this morning with la toad '4/

they go to argaetthe case of the Tattle ofj tomato crate material. BIDS WANTED. .. .....! ........ .... ...... ............ ...... ......- -
estate against 0. A.'Woriey, aYoIYlnr"l | 5 BUSINESS I II Tenders are requested for the deliveryon :
\I I :
title to certain1 land' la MiamI. I the beach at Cape Florida la vicinity 1'380' 5ia
n who has been on the ,
which were claimed by Woriey. but stamen! Shinnecock all season, with I of Old Town South Point and KINDER LOU GA.,

which was decided,, against aim by Captain* Roland and Haralln, will take Headquarters tasty groceries, fruit, wharf of twelve hundred tons native Make ,
Judge Jones of 1k circuit court. Mr. that steamer north from here next etc, at Wilson ITye'a T rock la pieces not ander' fifty pounds. :::0...

Worley appeale t Supreme Coart Work to begin not later than May lit,
Tuesday, He is an experienced navigator crnee rooms Tor rent Ia-1
to lie made OIl and completed by August let 1904.
and the
argumept4 ,and has madp many friends dun quire of Bank of Bay E'rayns.Smith's Kinder Lou
appeal OR II' da. Mesar ., PatTwwrson the 1 Rejection of any and all bids reserved Crates.
past season. The Bhlnnecocl -
for the | by R. M. Monroe,
A Erwin a torneys w< nt out |this morning oa he last trip Restaurant opposite post- j
-4-Tuttle: eetate. office; best meals la towa. Short orders 2U3 Cocoaaat Grove Fla. Chase &
L to Key Wwit: i anel1l'llI return tomorrowM a specialty. Board and rooms by i Harney. Miami

1 af ernooa, and after cleaning boilers day or week. tW Chanberaiald wanted Sell 5=3 .
at Bay View
TOMATO PRIGS D.dr. J. H. t et+L. wllj proceed !northward' -' I

Godmao of Cutler. Is In the| city today The Miami which come to. tomorrow use Tennessee cream in all our Hotel 205FOR I f K1ndar Lou Orates
Mr. Godmaa state that considering I Ice cream and also have the plain
morning from ;
Nausau. will makeone ROOMj
RENT. STOREopposite all Dade
the neormoos amount of tomatoes going cream oa sale at, the Biscayne" Drag over County.
aorta, that prices are holding welt and mor> trip there, leaving Monday Company. IllHotels post-office, now occupied asa .....*........>...........
retui she
niag Tuesday. Thursday(
I bicycle store. Apply to 222 Thirteenth i
A few'days,ago Boston ,juirted prices wlfa repute; the Shlnneeock and Martinique street 195 -- .
at $2-75 crate other places aim and families earl boy genuine 1-- ---
par Iud gi ilng to Havana via. key West '

made good offers. I f to while{INauali th< .Martinique Fridav. will tak t the run II Company.Tennessee cream at Blscayne I'i I 1 Drag 141 ,I I NOTICE. . . . . . .1I 1-----. .. . . . . . ..

At the .Presbyterian Church tomorrow scl edule will then be J follows I -
The at : that I
? j If you want Ice cream Is good The Miami Transfer Company
morning Miss I [ Cannon will, sing Mlam'l Epicurean RestaUt'anf'I
to via. Key nest, Sun
JHavan I and
and pure buy It of the Biscayne Drag hereby notify all merchants others
"A &IDed of Jesuit'Evjralag Anthem.the da;s and (Thursday, and returning
I Company. They use Tennessee1 en.Da.I J that they win not be responsible for
y choir -Go Bury (11.'b1.8orro1l'-i iermon I fran Ha ana via. Key West :Mondaysan I .
1-Go4'1 : I 141 any debt or other obligations contracted J1tb St .
subjects uncompleted: ,)| Paid t- The Martinique wilt leave I I in their name.I \
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task' and TKadesa It a. m. forj! Nawiii April 15. 22 and 29.
returnIng -
I I IPERSONAL I Pure Tennessee cream oa (kale at I 196 ,MIAMI TRANSFER CO.
and 1:30 p.1m. ; from Nassau April I'. 23: and :30. }
I Blanayae Drag After( tb
will be discontinued for the sesson.The Miami Conservatory of Music. I PACKERS 100 TOMATO:wanted PICKERS at once AND by Easterling TEN* . . . . . .'. . . . . . . *essR. >

I Yicht Roamer was hauled out Franklin Cwemaa Bash. Director, I
liEN Brothers; Cutler Flax WO
IIO'N'I'thii morning, at Peck Baileys to hare its Twelfth Street i 423 ,
1>hei'' I CLERKS! AND CARR $!lt.I .
C. E. Braaalng. 4of' Tltuuvllle, Is la jl Cnek' replaced, and while on the ways Pleasant Sleeping Rooms la my I J. PECK
will also hive her hull! repainted. The Twelfth-Street Residence. Shower bath. B. M. BAIU
the city today. > p There will be examinations held at
: I I, a er Idekt 11 the' hoe 'was caused br. I>tc:. For rent at summer rates Mrs. 1 I pee B i Bailey'
I the building on April 9th for the
the! vicht grounding and In backing E.. C. Beck. IM I
i.... Anita I c cn-a. nf Weit: Palm I I4leeb I! positions of clerks and carriers la the isiia aiab.Gad.
i $ II' it wale km+} but not loutThe I
|! ls the guest of Mrs. A. E. Hey- twisted. A Splendid Square Piano. In good re- i poet-office service. For application YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS -
I .t i Mrs. E C. :blanks and Information as to duties .Overhauling Repairing. .
U air for sale, very cheap. Marine Railwaj.ED .
I hoMxebuat Sargnaa In tow of deck i I salaries etc. apply to J. F. Kraemei 7011 Avcnt .
I 18* .
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tit large Cuunibia down I the I MIAMI. FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. French, who Eave been launch meat at postoffice.FOR Y
here ..venal weeks returned to tllf'lrla' the rout this mornlntMe tarpon fishing Call at the Racket Store and see I
borne the north today \ owner and apart of friends arerl' heir line of ladles' crush leather belts <, RENT.: -Two new, nicely Onniched FOR hundred -- -
\ nl. I 'i cottages. Apply :to this office. SALE.-Qne acres of
35 and 5*> cents.,
lJ. I 1 ...... t Z-K. fertile land on No Name Key, a part
.. Vebter and -HI-- -- '
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A. j fruit fig Palms
my plantation, which contains '
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Leach of BI 'ap..A /, who R.I 1 "Mat String 13*awL LARGE FURNISHED ROOM' !' A fine line of la<|es and embroideries the greatest number and variety ,if I
hers % short time ado. returned this I : 'iVhhtsre| rlresiimably the Urge *lth electric light; Apply 234 >Fourth
The Racket tropical fruits
Store. Our
,at prices are on any plantation In i
morning from f trip to Havana. It ng beans in the world may ''beiecn rtreet ,! 192
I I lower. I II iI Florida, well timbered: soil Clay: &adYef'J'
1. I frowin; in I the garden ofije aI Overlooking the river _
productive. For farther
O. E. CroUaat. representing the C: I t!, of rasiffena Cal. Thetljgep CONTEST. I FOR RENT.-Small store, see Nicholas and ocean, with good
Me- room opposite Matchovttca oa the
subscriber to the Dally
1. Rat:, Boston arrived here today I from thirty to fortj-threi Every wilttllc rooms and board
post office> for tailor premises or address film Key Westi at
i in length and average! half ropolts can aid some deserving young j i'I ,
of ra.1roetl
to Join the force men now ]
I barber chop or office. Fla. (17 Frances Street reasonable
la the field. I Eni 1' hi in widt Tbej% are not nan and woman la securing a business I i i I rates.

only (enormously large, : Ibut the .dacatkm by using the ballots W which i- CARE OF HOUSE -- J. McCoflum
Job e al delight I ul I table delicacj hey are entitled oa payment, of sab-J;1 WANTEDAnyone FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. Proprietor.
Mr. M. W. Murphy and of 1rr\pttoaI. olra.Ixth desiring, to have their furnished : .
when t< wed and prepared Read our I Iq.
three ladies from Chicago anjln: the nth Srealn pat and utter. The rinet .. I II home cared for during the summer for I am a candidate for the position of I Be.dI SIe. D.gtiea. PI.. ,

for a few days'enjoying. te ad"- bear| profusely, ai j the beans are tc t i I the use of a portion of the same may delegate to ttie National Democratic' I

cages of far late season, 1 1Mr. [ large 4hat one ol hem if more that I FURNISHED HOUSE. communicate with "H' can of Me Convention at St.I Louis, Mo., for Second

a inflelpE'noJ1' can cotnfortabhmean's x' Tenth street.; for rent Apply at tropolis. Congressional District I am permitted
aad k'ra. J. M. maid aid I I
VT\ These ate thearistocratic his office. to refer to the entire Democracy\
grandson, FREE SCHOLARSHIP.Then of SmithNEVS
: specieaUtance and do not '
this morning from; a pleasant: outing LIVELY CONTEST. !
'with string lug as a Democrat and If I am fortunate -
la Cube.and an guests at 'the BTsH. bean. Calilo I claim ,One vote with every tea cents paid are many young people laMlanM enough to have, your aid la "

cara.t\ : them a* the genus do- Subscription to.the Daily Metropo- 'sad Dads:! o anty: Interested Inlearuing Dade county at the election. I shall DEALER 1
IkhoR, but o fib their great be used toward paying book-keeptsg and lteaocraP1. [greatly appreciate It and can assure ANDjBOOKSELLER .
C. Berry. of Baltimore and J. W. |length they jpopnlarbkn tome worthy young person'a way p I .!and ,th. Metropolis propose to you Orange county Democrat: win also .
Little. M Philadelphia." large commls- ?wo a* .* The piano oath a eorrespoadeace coarse la make It possible tar two of them to I appreciate. It. 1

sloe dealers arrive/ this Ia.sac to are]native of Chifca.' and Japan, aa? VMk-keeptag or staaography. Mr fall bYe' a ehaaee wtt oat 'the cost of aj Very truly ,.......
join the large aambef' already here err th l, teed.wera' t"'to C lifon : mrticmlan read. 1M bit.,..* ..- ..tag)* dollar.:_For :full details of11

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I Scholarship; ; in the International Correspondence Schools Absolutely Free!! .

i Becom b ,ah Ekpcft! Stenographer--or--Bec: J me ,a Competent Book-keeper I Iropolij

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ii A Course in Book-keeping and Business Forms Value; $40.00. +.. '

I" : A Complete, Course in Stenography, Value $40.00 "

11'd the letropolis is going to assist two i! worthy young>{r people of this vicinity, by putt?!hg them in a way to help themselves, and will give these SJ :holarship3

Absolutely Free to the young m nad the young lady chosen by its subscribers in the following manner:

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; I t 1''. i' One Vote Goes With Each Week's Subscription. ,, H

With each" payment de on account of subscrip to the JDaily Metropolis a ticket will be given Vou bearing a printed number to correspond Ith the;, number of Weeks paid ,

-p for. Thus if yoji'pay for {one week you get a ticket numbere person counting as one vote, two wee Fs, a ticet containing votes a three months subscription 13 votes, a year's 'r

f subscription, 52 {votes.' These you can use in voting for any, you choose and the young m n and young lady having the largest number of votes,on.the I'

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I Will be| awards r the scholarships Tickets! will be three erles--Apnl., May and June--.and all tickets of the first series;,'must be sent in to be counted on the first day of May; ..

P 1 tickets [of the cord series mustjbe sen in on the first dayof: June: and the final count and awariis will take: place on July #Ist. When tickets are returned on first of
month stater lent ;will be published showing the; standingof each candidate at that date. All twill: delivered at your door for 10 cents a week and a vote in the Contest

Free, yall ai the business office<
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: lt The. ,Daily, Mi ia.Metropolis, Miami, .Fla.

".;f "JII.j- I ,
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part.t sis miles. the azote Is SI percent
f. agLY. UPPc TING UDaK NEWT DRESS MATERIALS. ANALYSIS OF_THE AIR. and the;oxi-rn 19pprtenL. argon I- ifiMif
% ) I I and carbonic add
cat hav u mlnlshed
tt...:.... __ ..I b. ...a*r .f few fiaeee 9.... I. thesa..phefetDfefeat ', one-half, but, hydros:'n'u a little moreabundant
1 ....... yf -... e.F fte? Are Were <. tae Ere u4 Host :.__ 3,fc liters 10 Ille ten thousand -
... .. Tfc.m Hare a "rmrry"Faah t/... I )
-1 mt VarUeT Helerkle.The
'4 .c_,; ; I rtaa.b. I the average temperature! at this
point bring IK decrees' H,1 At 63 miles. t
The* { composition of the air was np to ss Clubbing Rates.
most characteristic
aopefalj of oas la materials,both for dresses I with a probable: temperature of l W) degrees :
f the:American college' la the j self-suij I and for coat*. decidedly lurry." The a lew years ago a relatively simple atTwo C.. for azote Is only a memory, .
portiag student, says' the CtaclBnaU (Uf. prilielpallUt'8.lltlRolell&lleie. about 1.1.I)1M'lh there is
; no
fabrics to smooth oxrgtn.
new are warm tbetye
Post |t has been said that aiy in I ox .. formed thej greater part of the I
boy : and bright despite their locc-halred 1-I.IMMltbl l of helium and :I> per cent ofhydrogen.
thin country who wants education 'I I{ atmospheric mass; another gas .arllo.I .- ; CN.M.YYl1
t.; aa -
The pressure
(nrvcli>lues. .&,. Americas Queen. total "f all ofthese j .
( caa fet It. U he wants It bad enough I Ie acid, only representing a few teeth which I
cases at the of the
The present tendency in skirts Is the level
f The troth of this U sing demonstrated sandths of the total volume, and.
t now nor clearly [than ever before.' I toulUpllcalion 1 or 13. or even of the 17 cores cores, as being many used as I aqueous vapor, variable from one day lea!siippurmillimeter) .II at: column this bright of mercury only I !of raiw TCO .{&: The people of, Dade County will wand all the news

to There U.common' ,complaint that the rbese much-cored skins. fit closely" to ,, to another completed the .fixed ele- !-1tMtths ol b mllllvetcr nf nle Aury'lur this year as it is to; be an interesting one be-
poor bo,. chances get ahead la the mi nia of the world envelope If to I
|Fo .he knees. then spring out lull and Im- 'I In the high: rettions oftnvilrogen atThus cause of the elections
world are Dot what they ud to be. this combination we add a little ozone .
t>ortant-looklDc at the h That Is not borne iut b, the f eu U condensed oxygen. In small and variable ., ..
I ) !;arlety of hlp-J e>l... alto III plait. h linr 'retcne II.rene..b he
any of life. proportions have a complete statement -
d tjrlef. hail as great a folluwlcg atuy heavy gases <4bith" coLsiitutethei Imoeph.r. National
f Since the begtaalag' young DMA havetrork.d '* The short skirt la UuLdoubt.dfj, thekkt of our knowledge, or at least la which we, (live I and breai be uI. I State and County ,
Mr that whkh sufficed for
knowledge a
way through college I of the m&)m"ot for wslkUif ai.d all I let only. on the surface of the ea th.
Poverty hat been no bar. student facing aa examination, says a -+-- : I.
>uUoor It has proved 10 useful -
purposes -
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The growth of.the pracUc > U Indlcated 1 translation (la Public Opinion from -
that It 1.Dllbl we shall] ever b*; PDMICK. ;
; by the report of the s* retary of Nuora Aatologla Rome. .
; 4r Columbia etM ege committee OB employment j without the snort skin again. I I Today all Is changed, for recently .ew .....4e.eTeAe Re'.. ..... The Metropolis'
i of student, from Whlcn it A very striking street gown of plumcolored havf-Ueta found a large number ofnew ... riM .f ... ns I.
: AilpetJ'a taat OoIlIlIIbla .tad.qla f durint cloth has sleeves and collar of j j I gases In the air A few days ago: .rat ......1.11
broadtail the collar and cuff embroidered Has
r; the put .umit.r earll" =31,401. U la- I Prof Hann. of Vienna, gave; luminous: --1 -+-- 1 /perfected arrangements whereby it fan offer
-ereUt o .u;''tt0 0 9vw. their 'earrings in gold. There double Is a vest of of whItekid dead exposition of the present view of science Natsia pumice .is so common to vol-i : F uch attractive rates for various newspapers<<
trimmed with a row
tuft th. Tsar betorak oa this matter, and the conclusionsof canle !leruptlons that after sue out- 'I' that there should be for
gold buttons and the broad white hidI no excuse people remaining -
I n. pamber of vacation work.re thus jthls famous meteorologist! art Ytl"11 burst the s..rfac-e of the adjachave it sea : I
7 was' ..ut, tee pert cent at the belt la. fastened with large buckle oi I+'Interesting. Prot. Hann stated that to j been covered for miles Ith amass II C in ignorance as to the happenings of
The waist Is plain except forth
sot .1I1..rail:7: au..dalll" The Get I gold th known gases, oxgen and nltrbcen' Of the .floating >lIon.... Tile ma- : the year.
and two ornaments and tassels ol
f darn tlJoe eatUed I. ranged I. .arI.lt vest or uote, we must add argc;..neon irj p-I I terial is a knot of glass lob Idi.o) I =
aDd U
silk The skirt is a triple affair : '
frol t cp .rI'f1q'w .b bp.rsUoa at rather longer than the average gpwt I tcrt. xenon and helium Kurtbtr. experiments I which while) 1 Ity a molten state, has .,.: -- -
a P Dq: lolllrie. and C.. tart:eet snot I have shown the presence ofhjflrogen. been rendered borons by the expansion I":

.a 'U$1. by Ii Ih student.vt meant for walking of j jA lace, aa element vitally necetsar) I l of !gas or steam In Its substance!{' This RA TES. .
beautiful of two kinds
UHj r aralDa rU"ltDt loses gown In the composition of water, but not I| familiar stone. sa)s the London Cham- .
fro a .{.tit I a cotase lie males upis I dyed a deep mauve. Is made over ae- considered up to the present In themi.up 'i 1 ber of Cbmtnen Journal, haste i
fr' is a pliratPa! ot bi. ulentlto eordlon-piaited mauve chiffon (Dangledwith : of the air. These asses have .tiways been useful In (hereliable arIa; I!
gold The body of the gown .It U
ttie tMj.' II fit IIr. H. I. better I different physical properties,their density but it is-1 not a com- i THe Daily. Metropolis 0t
French lace Valenciennes palttrn.
pre ; r-r lIS. to .Ip Into his HeVenlse especially being very dimlmilar/ the uound. for it will ary boj b ih train: I: I One Y
.1 and Is trimmed with a heavy! point eat
chose fro when eon. days The lightest of all being hldro;en. compared : And hanln. sometimes i the setae I a d
skin has a bopyoketpanel '
are 0 r'tain N tile lello.-atadnt. dhe to w hich bel.ura: is nearly t.Ice piece Tin has suggested:!: the introduction *
circular\ bants of
wbow ''wat! b been mad. a.sy, and I heavy lade and, and two the waist bas a cape and I I as heavy 17; neon 55; azote about of an artificial' stone nfhlrh .U designed : Daily Ti es- Union $10.00
who owl a, ng 01 UIe QiIDca1Ussto of the 14; oxygen about Ii; argon nearly 20, ) to answer the same kiurpotes an I
sleeve of,the same The yoke Is
be Q'OU.I carbonic acid gee K; crypton. 41, and natural pumice. without ito faults and
.I thinner lace,and is aa (Intricate pints ofhandwork Semi-V ell Times-Union
.du4uon 'S ) '
n .1 a for his I With such differences In 5.50.
7 : xenon I. the n"\\ niTxiiirt Is now I"i me made for I I
sewed with chiffon quillings
kouIui what Ie for.( and Is density, Is evident thai the gases are the mtn ..'.. off the world st 11:teti.h< im t
places| In ..' ill and gold spangles There a corsage< not In equal proportion,, Enz. I C Weekly Metro his with Semi-\\'eekly
ptoI' penpecU.t ornament made of pa'e' blue, pale pink present In the ullcy ut the Its ron "'II'I I ImesC -
his .... of life.. I each end being This ;view Is radically different! from tats are -"o rtbbtas.
No' soy need despair because I his I I. and finished mauve fails with a long tassel of gold I the cla.e.fled view, for .e hare here'o-! are no fewer than ten different grade I $2.00

father I hits; not rich enough to buy nlaaaa beads I fore believed-baaing our conceptions of the stone manufa.I iri>l. There is With Atlanta nal twice a week $z.2
education. If 'he want 1} bad 1 on data obtained from'balloon aarenslons a hard and a soft kid .""'lln""l for I C
-.tII.' iii caa get It .and by working I I I .-that the composition of the air the leslhfr waxcloth flit and wind in I.I I With Weekly 'k'alm Beach =News' =2.c

for It Something better soil abng HEALTH IS 7O TI'H. was the .same even at the greatest altitudes duTi. another kind f.r stucco workers I ,

.'. with It.F T Disease and Sickness j! Bring Old Age.Heroine I which conception Is easily understood and sculptors! ,; a ..>n, Ine-crsicod: H 1
y 11 I when It is recalled that we variety for pollshinir woods and for ttn :
Old subscriber all back
must dues before
tti1... Yuan}. I I only took Into consideration otygen and ,,goods: ; another 'kind suitable tat the 4h pay they
( Ioa/ls a Mere nand H\ a mils to [ taken:ever] morning before azote the density of which elementsis {treatment lithographic stones; while I Iather I can take a vantage of these offers and cash
aids .lle wide. At aa expense otabolttdy004000 about the same. With the knowledgewe varieties of the Mew in ad"anc
breakfast will keep ,(you la robust product are Ii must accompany .all orders for
causeways have I beeathe ,fbudlt off Ito have to-day of the properties of the rutted for various duties 1 H L
.. h alth. fit TOO tt these coml1inations.
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t. with the.alalaM. different gases of their weight and their I !
I J_ constipation, blUlotuaess, dysp -
Fee '
liquefaction temperature, we may determine : 1
!; : ikla and liver and kldn -
IAM. THOUQBTn1L .ur. pale fever approximately what the proportions i I i ADDRESS
... .stla.-&r' Wlacheeter. t.... y complaints. It purifies tat blood should be at different altltudee. ', There's nothing: like doing a thing;t >1

knew ''wha to do 'la the hoar of need. a id clean the complexion. lira. D. the. proportions belsg stated by Prof. thoroughly.>> Of all the Salve yob ever .
(,' : Haaa as follows: 'heard of. Bwktev/i Arnica III i*:
His1 wit. had such aa aansaal case of 'V Smith Whitney Texas write Apr., Save
stomach gild flyer trouble. Physicians S lto%. -l have used H..bllI..4 find "On plains but slightly elevated above the best. It sweeps away tad cares [Ii Miami is

coold not 'help her I He thought of I It the beet medicine for constipation I the sea the composition of he air Is 71 burn*. sores, bruises, cut, boll, ulcers Metropoj ,.
troubles. It will do at per cent of azote. 21 per cent of oxy- skis eruptions$ and pile It* tI
and triad Dr. King New Life Fin a id liver you gea. ... per cent argon. S410.000U of
I sad aim for It. I eaa highly recommend 1'only 25e and guarantee! to give sat.
and she got relief at ones was e carbonic sold .hydrogen, j 110,000th1while I I-
; II We a botUe. Sold V Red Croat the other three elements vary from I i txfactloa. By t4 druszatsI I.I yIJ

L. dreg-.. ... ...... J 'jo' w (...._.'., a hsadred-thousaadth to a,1 millionth I I dw r.

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Florida East Coast Ry. j I treasurer In the discretion tit the -"-- Ii Z

To All Vfbom It May Concern: i I' board of directors, may b filled by Mrs, c. Peterson., 625 Lake Sty To- : Trade Mark f f"WADDELL'S

LOCALTIME CARD No.53. In Effect Feb. 16, 19(4( Notice is hereby given that the undersigned one and the same person. Th! names I peka. Kansas, say: "Of all the tough i : .
intend to apply to his Ex'cellency. -
of the officers and directors who are remedies Ballard's Horehound SyrupIs
WVTt OVf-1IAb OwLl ODTHIOUNa-aCAl VT, '! William S. Jennings Governor '
co conduct the buslnes* of tin corporatlon Is favorite!! It baa done and will i I

fcg! .a,** i.. u UL.n N.!iU STaTMNS.3fe hL r .. S ..n ..74in Np t of the State of Florida, for Let until those elected at the first do all that Is c aimed for It-to speedIly -
Ml/., Dally. IMLyl V.7. L,.,. L.Ly. Lally. L.IIj. Ir.4:7.: i: ten Patent OQ the proposed charter Guarantee ia a
election be Thomas
qualified all
are i cure coughs and colds-and It Is S

Clp ltp UUf._ l..s ... L*. 7'k I l*i> '.L.i.... I Inai a .. ... .::.* hereto annexed: Costlgan. president; Edward Burke so! sweet and pleasant to the taste" I II Written Contract" S
__.. U up 11tt $ & -.:.* &< **. TW.t) $ } This :nth! day of February A. 1904 I I I
Op. first vice-president John F. Olive 25c. hoc, $100 bottle., Sold Red
_.-_ I7 11 Hartlar... I .sa 33 .. N ; I i by
SOis 1100 u i 1 ... i N. : I.. S U& 171 S 4 1 .d... j EDWARD : D.\I second vice-president; S. L. Patterson, I Cross Pharmacy., I I !
--+ JOHN F. OLIVE.THQMAS You are u itfitd crHe
j 1013 'D Ui0v K. :Ar..ral.y.. L. ... .as. 4 $ 4:3 I secretary and treasuiee; and Thomas --
4.7 fig Ilea lt.LviPalaiI.Ar : I 7(4s tO !3 COSTIGAN. it tot !
I Costlgan Edward Burke, John F. 01-
.... .. 717 717p son W. to. ERWIN. DECAY OF THE TEETH.
Tt0 wa $ .Leb.aOat .A 7c1.l TN. 713 flip :::I::: 'fva W. W. Erwin and S U Pattersonkhzll He putt you oa top

--.H 1 H p ..... Le. Ii.o.. Le ..... 31 .. S. L. PATTERSON : vonsUi.cn the bold of directors ..... AII_.. .. 11_.'. I. ... telling you it the i i ''
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,f P 1 .. t organization &.1'1 first annual : ..... ... .10. t_ ..fI 1br 1-i
Csp 21.p0nL. I \
..... n t3 alp 3441$ ::..Or..ad t re a a 41S f. 1 ,.D. CHARTER. 'tne if II.: etotkholict shall bej I ......... Cu .
+ -- u 41 $7p 10 44 .. Dayton ) > u.' 4& i t4111... The undersigned persona, Thomas I !: upp/y four ... aft you W ]
.aw Iq 7p TorIOrana..l. 7 3 the first Monday in April A. i I fin *> bay or not property. ,
= M IT* I ;sp UNa-.1. ( w Kniyr"a. t W$ .00a a03 { tupI03p .. Costlgan Edward Burke. John F. Olin, D. 1904 In the city of Miami Floridx The diaeorery wa. recently annoanred His offICe <' yaw retard, /.rts
>Mk Hill
-V ....... 'Tl4lT 4r tltp vtli.. : 11 Ms /a4. I03 .. : I W. W. Erwin and S. L. Patterson.I that decay .of like ./ Aw county.
...- .... .. '7 p .1IPap..Tit.| .. <>*" ...J.?. Iip. .. i I the principal place of business 01 other forma of tdecay.. >* wholly de- c. .
J a ....R .ckiMe. ..... 1 J3F to hereby associate themselves togeth **, i IS 5i ..Ea. b. le.. 11 Hp .3 ti 147 ::. .
... : 'f 4 11.I ho rn.. n Jsj I.. ...... 12 12pN/ p -. ...+... I for the purpose of becoming. Incorporated i ham. Patterson t Erwin; and there : nay* J. H. K. in <;'HHI Health. The E. A. WADDCLI i
.. s I! ..iJlela.aba. .. .. 1IMJ...... ... under the laws of the State of germs are Iwayn ffreiient in. the I $ ii i '
:....-- .,.SI L> W.... .. 10.4* .... after on the first Monday la February Heal E.UI. lafonutkM ...... A '
JPl / Up IP : .re."a. H illasa Uaap..i Florida. I I! mouth an.t when sweet ctarchy ftthatanrea .
. ... Visa of each and every year. !II $ Cullcctiua ACCBCI.
.... 47 pUp .Ttllala. 167 ,are retained the
upon puma
10 :i. i. E, TB lilr ...... I. Us .. ... The following Is the proposed charter I Off.<: First Nat.
officer! and of e But
p { j The board directors Mi .i. FU.
.. ..... e2 p ..i.a.a ... m {. ....... Is a ....... I i for between the teeth they set .1' a
.r. .,.... .. 3D ..,. Mukrt.... N .... .. I I tor the intended corporation: | of said corporation shall be elected at I ort of fermentation. which' producesIan
w .t ...... ..,... t3 p .. .... Hol. h..nnB... till. .... Yd ................ Article One. The earn of the nor- ; I! said ea-pable of diMolTinir the NNNV61 S
.. 47 p .1 Juptt rW ? 45p lea the first annual meeting of the stock-1 -
x.40 M IS 1 .c$ p e rmlm kfmth 71p IO 20 p 14 1.43. '.QO ps j poratlon shall be the Dade County alid! !{l"n.m.l. Pure culture f thrne' ml-
N t4 IMP 4 43p..film Xrtt.. 7 CO p a Z3 p Is N I Ot p holders at each annual meeting! .
.. Title Insurance and Trust crot e have been found rapattle of TWO is Barren: : THAN ONE'
ItMa a yatoa. tc7y t15 aTp i Company, !I
I 1 of the stockholders If
I* is aISHa .. II; ....... .ii 11 T V .. lllit thereafter or In pcixlucing1. an arid which. rapidly softens -1Here's
..4". 1It1 p .....II Tt Lnrie.d.ie 1 r .... 4I. ..... I with principal offlces at Miami, Dade 1 any year no regular annual meetingfor : teeth, ..1 l to its action This a fur Miraorou
.. .. .. ... expau"
<> {111 a HMU- }H p. HaII.sda. I4/ S County. Florida. 'r
11 SI a 1 o'p ::1 .Lmol CltT 4 17 is., .,.. ,I I any cause be held they shall he di..en.rr] explain* the deleterioiia rradersl You want to save money I
1143 S le 111 MiniArMitral' IT 413H T40p 14 !e s $10 Article Two. The general nature of elected at the next meeting of stock- I| feet of candle and other sweets. and we know how to help you. We)
fix it
the buslnesk to be transacted shall be .' the teeth The teeth of children can so you pay little more tha
.,a.l N M ti4as wber Um U sot ihowa.Condenaed { 1 bOlden upon
Tlmtas sloy ; thereafter called for that pur-i I often destroyed. the frt.u.e tbw price of one paper and get the tw.
1 are by
the Insuring the owners of real estate : you want. The j price of the Daily
of before he
I sweet I permanentteeth
Jacksonville and fit and other InterestedI Times-Union has recently
SohedxUe Between Angnstlne.J mortgagees yCitizen
Article Six. The highest of made their
1 amount have fully appear been reduced 1be

jACisoimu.1T N..ti! a*.tf a..n>fW mt' ..4**|J Iiaiiy'j..b.. y '(*. Mt1..ss.i ii.n. I in real estate, U owners, Incumbrancera. Indebtedness which this company may ance. Aa a consequence, the sec..n.1 Three months. ..j.( .following. .. .. ..price f 1 M \

IT. aWUXTMI Dally l+stly Paliji f L..I7 J L II IR- L.lly I.s.ly k.. I or otherwise against loss by at any time subject Itself I* one-halt let are ddee-tl..Dd also decay Six months. .. ,. I

err.l..k..l11... TN NN ITI 1x0 t >a (M j1 IMP :M til* I reason! of liens, Incumbrances or de- of the amount of It* then fully paid earl,. One vej? ;: .F.._.. ...::.:.. aWe ..
Ar.kAafs.tla.. N. UN list 12+ IMp is0 400 HIP hptfU, j '! ffctlre titles; the loaning and InvestIng !i propose't4 send you both the
In capital stock.
,- n. AiwutrncTtucMomnut *.MtM.M4> *.tt t a*.74 ['I of money upon securities upon town U I i \ Dally and Muaday Times-t aloa and
7 D.I7II salt 14 Article Seven. The name and reIdence *- i! Citizen and the 4Taorous( for:

TsTatlr fcfTSSa **. i; account, and as agent or trustee of the Incorporators of the; ,I BA>.LARb'S HOREHOUNQ STRL'P.Imeediaiely Six months. .... .... ... file

** a.ltlp.| INpj nep IM/ I for other persona; the acquiring bold company and the amount of capital I I, One year. ... ..1. .... .. .... ( MW '.o'
*T.7..ka0.Tl1L... ,si aj ** p1ts4) | ll* | $ IMp ,I i 1 will send you the Semi-Weekly .
and 41spoclng
leg using leasing improving -
stock subscribed for by each are .
11 I rslleve kotuv*. croupy Timee-Union and Citizen and Ike.HBTBOPOU .
Th ''oUowing Ale Through FnUmaa Train: of property real and personal, follow: Thomas Costlgan, New York I, coach, oppressed, rattling rasping : (ibis F'*>

te e.,gy s.4 tttni* TUMI and P1.d.I ... I s.d -ChkstS WEttll T s *n"rtdi IMHI ep.et1 the accepting and executing of trusts'' 1 tClty, one hundred and tour (104) I{I and difficult breathing. Henry C. months for.. 4.. ... .,,... ... | i 00"One '

tt.II W si-aoslb.rnS P.tR Lta *. SI W*4-Okicwa d Tonnes Uaut4 I I pursuant to orders Judgments and I i share; Edward Burke, New York City 1! Stearns!1 rueslst, Shnllstmrg. Wl*., year. ... .. .. .>. ..... SM '"I
.w 43 w busM Fiord.U.It.4 f..17..4 10-The PNwlda U.l e decrees of eC'irU record, and b; one hundred and three (103) shares; !!I writ-.. JMay %0, 1901I have been'elling Thu. for U more than the
wTb..s /
7 trs/.r.e.o..d ird.a..ly.1 Yuman Can and ritrawtl f rswtll pearf4.
t Dy so..M.np. w $ ass itmiu. wbtck Bo ilr**r wt far*l..barg.tLZYOSD virtue of devises d i!uetts; actln ; I John F. Olive New York City, one:' BaRaid'a l Horehound Syrup for price of the daily, you get two paper* '
I and for fifty cent* more than the
/ DaLlti ( Oz IfGS CITY Hl 111tQ13.IT as agent, attorney-tn-faet, executoradministrator r ] hundred and three (103) shares; W. 1 two ylanl.d kiwi beret bad a lllar prlee of the Miraorous, you reap gel. .

I trustee, assignee! assignee W. Erwin. Miami. Flav, seventy-five 'I aration that has given bette- .. Pt.p.j( the Semi-Weekly; Times-Unlo. and or -I

p.lly SeauoaL Duey U D.11 Ttoa. b..t U.11f for the benefit of creditors r J I (TS) snare, and 8. L. Patterson MiI tion. t notlca; that when I sell a Citlaea.and the ]1 Farmer and FrmHOrowf. .. .

..1L.Tlt..U1.. .....A if 00 4 2Op 3.14.'Le..1(. s.irs..A lop 10 p eelver or guardian; and owning an I ami. play one hundred and fifteen they come {i back for more. I can honestly Send
s Y Le o.ta..r..A 11 as. O4p III* L. Lk. .Ie..A lop N p .4 : jour subscriptions to us. Cash
operating abstract book la-
N Lv *.1.rq .0 .....A 11 I2p hI t.4 L.Or.o OIty.A OOp y N I: covering ((115) .bare*. I recommend It. %5e, SOc: 100. in advance always at these prices. r..

14 s. 20,. L 46s1Ar..O,.City J..L. U M titles In Dade County ,Florida, and f THOMAS COSTIGAN (Seal) Sold by Rod Cross Pharmacy. Ta. Mrraorous, .

the making and selling of abstract or ,dw : t Miami, fit
..... I..>7 ZL RT i Ilwl 11e. >a, EDWARD BURKE (Seal) ::

p.l j j1 sandy searches of title therefrom. JOHN F. OLIVE. (Seal) j "I-H- -I-H- I'
Article Three. The amount of thcapital e I I 1 t.1
W. W. ERWIN. Seal
? M. 4 4i P ._-..:....._..__Jrl..r01r............._....._.. 0 I4 00 p stock shall be Fifty thoull&llddoll. ( )
=U M N Y ..-.....-..--....--...... ..................L N e s. '-. PATTERSON: (Seal) OH RUSSIA RAILWAYS.
t 1 14 ....+..---.... -._..tas......I.i. ..4 ... ................. 1 r NPENINSULAR' II. .. (,;o.OOO.M), divided Into fire I Cooley & tar j jnt
+ .... ..............
.--1......<-.-...._-...-.._... -.. ... .... hundred shares of the par value of STATE OF Tb.h Aeef Noe. Aes/deata Tlaa N
:: FLORIDA.COUNTT Asp; Other c...........
One hundred dollar ($10000) cub. ,
:::: Afeits
which shall be payable at the option I 1
On this day personally appeared before t;
tote C04m eno4i *UM AT BUM WITH rrt| Mir ef pii p. a. $. s. CONPANT rot of the corporation In cash or pr,,p.Tty. i'I I me Thomas Costlgan, Edward Although, railway traveling Ru.1. -

real or personal, at a Just valuation. I Is slower than In any other country ListYoarProrcrtjWithTki. "Ij
t1 KEY weTJANp NASSAU. Burke Jolla F. Olin W. W. Erwin, I of Europe there are more accidents on .
to be fixed by the Board of Directors I I ;
and S. L. Patterson, to me well known the Russian, than on soy other contloentalsyst.m.atysanOdtesaeorreepoa- ,. '
Tks. TIwT.kW ab.w Ik. tl I S M wb.h ..su4 i ayb. e. w..t.d to arrt.id dep.rl of this company at a meeting cabled: the A fine piece of bay front .11.;
as described la and who property, ..
... ... I persons I j
Mo.$t..r.l btaU b.tr ar v.l u tai tl.e..tated I taarsat.ed.a.e with riparian .
d.W Cu a..d fa..lg rSiiinlbl.fat My delay .V aay *i>Bi aBc* $ruua( Ur for that purpose. subscribed their name to the foregoing I dent of the London Times. The averse minuws walk runts, within a few
M.a I speed of a paaaencer (rain 1.35 miles the business..se
Article Four. This corporation shall I article of Incorporation a* and ol Miami, being SW feet on bay and F
I an hour and that of the so-called "fasttxpresKS"
Ver.Cei T 'M LOCAL TIPS AB.D.I' I Hhr Iafortalea continue and bare full power to exercise !' for article: of incorporation of the 42 miles Approximately 400 feet deep, having a lot or Us.

: I. 8XE THE TICKET lAG :NT.' I and operate its corporate franchises I, Dade County Title Insurance! and peaking. there are now about ntIOOmil. place bearing for trees a winter on it.home.This is a Sn.'

privilege, powers and '.nmiint- i Trust Company, and did severally I II ack-1 ... of rsilway In European Russia.
4.nL I I I II 1
Gran. .
I. B.RAHJTtK Jfaat. FIM. ET AtjaUSTUTK. fLA./ '
ties for the term of ntnety-niae 31)! Ai<- rdlng to an official return latelypublished
nowledge that they execute: the
I I I I I same 328 Twelftl Slrttt. SilnerKLA.
the number of accidents last Bid.
from and after
--- --. yean for the purpose and use therein ex-1 I I' )11.\11', .
--. I year amounted to t S90 Of these 1.213 "
i meat of Its corporate COO'.JlClrnre-1 I Pressed \ .
I i were collisions and ill derailments -. .. .. .. --
I Article Five. The business of this IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have I I One thousand tire hundred and twen -

\ I I U V BI.ACKSMITHIXO: company! shall be conducted *y 1 a ,II hereunto set my hand and official seal ty-nine. persons were killed. and T.tOfInjured White Eagle Baiter Shor i' \

n Honi.-8rio C. Wacm Carriage Works board of five (5) directors, t jwe ldctl, I this :29th! day of February A. I The damage done to railway .
T. 'B HivetOoo. I AUlviB( *. Repairing.Braxinr rock was estimated at 1.COO,000 rubles,
1 and Solderi f lint vice-president, secoaj; ..lce.Jlmldf'Dt. I D. 1904. I a paltry sum as compared with the. terrible Poor Chairs. No Waiti>t.. f

I Work'iuarinteed.' Fin .... secretary'And treasurer add ai.y i (Seal) J. W. HORNER [ loss of life and the number of people pest Service in the Gtj. v

111 other such officer .agent or employe! Notary Public In and for i Injured i

Shdn I from time to time be appointed dlCl: the State of Florida The greater part of the permanent way A. COLBY. Proprietor, "

r A rOnua D1 as may at Large. ,; .In- ..h-(..- -**-..-....,....-fr# lt_ .1st_.lit_ __....._..v..... .....u.t.i ...* I ,,30J Tw.Iftbstreet.Clubbing: .

1.1 j I I chain or Osb!,-pl.t....tbeold and Insecure I I

I j method of rivets staples being still
: I
M. J J. M DonaldSANITARY In vogue a fart which Urpely accountsfor ( 1
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f the enormous number of accidents '
\I-i I I I@
i i. <@ Rates.

SEAB 1tR D Ball I. a r..lkll Ga... j

9 PLUMBING and r While football game was in progress ji You can
I i save by sub-
at (lUnlrj England, a bull invaded -
r I I'LUMMEHS .. P the field. .n..1 the player scribing1 for the
_ papers
Air Lit RailwaySavannah. being dressed in a briirht ml! the hill
SUPPLIES I drtvrniiretl to have little (g..... him- )'oa t through

I I _II, and the manner In which he I

FOR Cierelud vA Eacjcle lteltJ ; l/urke the renter and made the fuutUSiller TheI

scatter in a.11, dirrrtiun
All kind.. of wheel r
showed that he had nothing to learn
C-jlumbiaj-CamJtn: Southern Pines for ale I
or --
from them in the gentle game ,offuotbaU.4M.Y.
Raleigh, Richn, : >uJ, W.libi ton, Biltim )r'e, Sun. ,I
z31 1 ( lt. Str el l .- Miami, FitMcNeill i :
Philadelphia.\ York. I We can give you the ;'

j 1 1 I I A P4 NDT FOR BthlNS.
I' -- --- DailyTimesUnionandDaily
Th-ee| Elegant Trains Daily.

S3aard: iNa v Y ior c liiivlited. & Co. I Dr. Bergin. Elgin Ill, writes. "1 ,' Metropolis for I

Seaboard EfPre3s'I Seaboard MailEr I hare used Ballard's Snow Liniment; I 10.00 a year, or both. :

always recommended it to my friend,

| \\u I an. confident there Is no better for sic months ,tot r rI
Livery Feed and Sale
Pullman ui Stable
ttod rn nent.Tts. made. 'It Is a dandy for burns.' Tboee 500.
I r
.. ... ... | who live on farms are especially liable r rI
e.1..eT. t.it4s. 4t. Iran t .. --xrliflieiT 4 Potts 12th Street West of Railroad. .
.eilpM tIt.tI. T' 4t.w.a:4.o .*}*. ** *al. o 'aI.. ear.. orr.trd .. ... to many accidental cut, burns bruises .
*u; iur94la< ..*. IAI | h.lelow\ Y.ir.TiJt is imHtta i.i >(1 ."root"'. I11o m ( I
...JaeaatU, >l.--Jp.1 '"'u,.f"vt.%.tal.tnlh M klra. .a ....... rbrtalJmt.3Only We han gentle horses, broke for ladies to |ride and drive. I J which heal rapidly when BallardV The .
Snow Liniment Is |
1e applied It should

line o > rating daily \ebRUr; h sleepers from Good Comfortable Carriages .: always be kept In the house for ease

Jacksonville) to 0;. !lof emergency" %5c:. 50c, f 1.00 bottle. |I II Daily Metropolis

I i i First class Teams and For sale .by Red Cross Pharmacy. '
I too
!Idw .
I I 'I I Reliable White Drivers. I semiWeekly

I For full informyt'awl, tWpcr' rc "'atJ>n... calf on any agent of tx! i II I

Scbbuard\ or jwrnte I TimcssLmon

: ..... .. .., : Bush $ Safford
t..f.' ." ..tf.' ........ .4).4>
A. O. IcDQ HELLS &sst. tied lass. 'IgL JacisooTilleJli. 5.50

THE I 221, Twtlftt $frm.I' years i

S. C. BOYLS' ON. Jr.j Pass. AsrtiWALTCB Flo rid a Pastime" 1nt:4Jtrtrial Record \ I Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly '

Timtnion both
Puklithiof Coi High Gnde
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T I. ....i..I{_ tin p.bikati..4 1..if.l1)1 one year S2J: .
i ij.I J.f _.....i.of Fbwlda Jr_.... tad Jr..i... II.III..PI"a .it illa.rratd,..""" L C ABAM LANES N, JAc[: S. L PATTERNS Xno a dull (tae I. ... Edit.4 by a e..p..4 .e.pet.eI ... .... Half t..e Piano'sAND : I

r_dot t Tice-lln.id.Mt'. Sn', a4 T... =':.':.. balls.It aS.N t.e.a.th r e..ry t.':= i.J.s.act a.w.-ply. 01.4 N.00= .at.re.t.n. W yosaf The Pompano Imo.lam.

I' SPECML-Tb. := G..puy e.p.ct.t.Mart tin i bhcatio. whin a l..a ad. I
J ..b.cr hen fiat.( ./ tb.u.ad. T..1. tin.. the toll..ut ORGANS. 1
.fee..a4.I..f a li.isd t..e: Fill ..bla.k ...... ad .... .. 1114..atra.wd..ar.....' Jr.jrt .
Dade $ C. Jack.w.ill.. YW web a 1.ta.Iv.r ad 1.1II."i. ....... fnr ,....?. "'" MeComb,, Proprietor, !
County Abstract o. j ; .t .k.. 77U m M *W. r 4 d l
Every......... .... b.1 err ..rt. ._ i SiP.i t."In. ., Mt ad ......... : I
Ibis.. ..........._will 'Iffii. Pompano, Florid.
|ll| COBMKttESVIBLL :. trail taiaMtfiatriy a _..If.1 I..... Simplex Piano Player. .
.uanair writkmf tablet. a4lBitlTMvravv aIM_ .1 I "- I I. __ 1
I l locMaCMU. _w..10lalra.el'ur) I'
BUILDING! '.1 1 FLA.* -. Accommodatioti tor renttesacai
+ i htIA1 1I. 4
t; + ; < Cab or easy payment !! Old inatnuneiita only, Prodnce bavera
,II j ; Industrial Record Gomv \ taken ia exchange. IIT and no.
I' .. I : UcitoT win Sad tiat ther cu
I nio; and rernUbor. Call 11 COftt' SSMA.VM :* ./ '
,........ aa< naiililli A jt alc>aiWTir>a" aia if ..L yhtWhimi .J.-_ Jaellsoavilsr'IF m.L..---A C II
r_ .t... .. arhlMi -rw-t *M t..A ...A .. .u Frf. 1. tL__

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The Comptroller of Currency has made another, call upon National Banks for a report of their

condition at the close of business March 28th, 1904. Be)ow is a'' condensed statement of the condition -

; ; I !i of the| Fort Dallas National io/which the public attention ,is called, showing continued increasein .;

: ; : : strength and business. I I. t
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I i Report to the Comptroller ,of Currency (condensed) of the Condition of thd Fort Dallas National '
; t : I I I I Bank at the close of business; March;, 28th, 1904. I

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Assets. Liabilities. I l
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f I ., Loans and Dj .f. . . $1 1 3.95S'l4: Cap!I tal Stock. . . . . .. . .$Ioo,000 00 .f

k k.- ,. i Overdrafts. ounts"'I".. .I- . . I 250 18 } .. Surplus. . . . . .. . . 2.00000 t J

I U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation I . 25.00000 --'" Profits . . . . . . . 1,569 72

i j I 1 ,/ Premium on the same';. . . . .. 1.437 50 National Bank notes outstanding. . 25,000 00 :
I / Dade County Bonds ,) t.- . . 5,00000Banking Deposits . . . . . . 262,070 93

I f // House. . 1 ,r. . . . 41.21413 I I

i i / U. S. Bonds owned . .$56,625 j

.'', j Due from Merchants National

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II I I / : i : Due from National Bank of I I r I II .1.4r

J. .' I i. I I l Jacksonville. . ..: . 18,39946' -i-

I i I f I r I! I 4 Due from Mercantile Exchange I' I ;

R I I I I Bank of Jacksonville 7,336 13
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I Due from Trust Companies of'i' i ;
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: : New York. ..I. . . .. 7,50020 :H I j

F. .' r Due from State Banks and r I : i ,,1
--1. I Bankers. . . . .. 10,24908 / I .

& I Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 11.25000 J I ; f

15t I Cash on hand in vault . 33,263 5y 53.78 3 60 : I II i I I
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I $390,640 $390,640 65

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rJ .F with favor In Arkan-t TISSUE LAPP SHADE8. ,
NOT FA iCLT pr roFncs1-1 reeelTed general ,, !I 1ImmmmmmrnnmrmmmmmTl1tnmmrinnmmr
D CtALB.L w" Late Des1SN ateve the S yU sad e...., '
1 of Arkansas| I
-. Itorr Metro0ollaj; I Representative Reed Ke,. *. Uk sad Sella
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[The article jlm your paper;yeeterdajafternoon } Parker sentiment "la strong In m# Shades : .
the change U theante section of the State. :
regarding I ','
Palm Hotel Representative Robinson, of Arkansan -I There la something entirely new forthe i :=
hotel ju
from ::
of :
my who best I woman who has tact In her fingers'and : I
ha the
Sam Carlos and th i cause: I am afralmight < : ". man i E [ =::I I
what woman has not;- _
F average ,
York and New
lead the w Informed ko believe< [chance. to carry: New *' and delights; In lamp and candle shades.reports := ; ==
Uuat"'tbe trouble nth the mall w l [Jersey ought to be nominated. the New York Times. Theyare :t::' ,
due home > tofflce officials. Representative BrunJage of Arkan- made of tissue and crepe paper and :- =-=
to our I E
We her at: hoi know differently j ISM: Judge Prker .la Undoubtedly the I! no oie need acoS. for they are not f ph. J 3
'tat.uulden.iq.f t. and torthelri ben' choice of Arkansas Democrats." old-time flower effects! which. are := ::
Bowie, of Alabama'Alabama I pretty, to be sure, but not as generally ,:
Pthat the mail to Representative = 3
wish tofsU .
: elL'| : useful a* might". These newer shades I
U4 ;,Royal Palm during the &oursa..oa ," Will probably send anj un- are made on the lines of the silk and :- =-= I
|i. mad ap OB the train by th \ r|:instructed delegation to the convention satin shades have equally as good colo :-Ii ==
handledthe t I[:and my predlcton la that It will be dl- : .) == I 1l
railway eerkand la never i effect, and do pot ealfUI the expeaw) :== ], I
local' offldal, and the!eonfuala, ',I tided between Senator Gorman and of those made of more elaborate mJ ',-- -- ,
.. at the nail for Mt hotel and! mine It I Judge Parker." j terials. <== :: I I
U Th. lamp shades are made on ihe regular <:: == I I
directly charpabll to thenuj :
( THE HEARST CO "''E.'IOS.' lampshade frames to be found Indifferent <= STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL == 1Please t
I hare the ;verj[ highest regard tptIU I --: I style and sizes; There are the :- -- 1r
efflcJeat and ojmrteoua ppatmastei' | Named Delegates to the National Con- ,I dome shades the bell shades, and the :== 1 ::: r
Mr. tL C. Budge, and hU corps of ab'l I conTentlonjand: Electors. flat-sided Empire attadts. They are :=-= -=S coMider thH "Strictly CoeiTde.iis/, *
to -whom I am under mac; all made IImU.rtbe different styles :
$ and nut desiring to sef' The Hearst, contention' which met InJaekaonTllle i of paper producing different' effect J We Guarantee :Our Clothes. H .1
an aind own Injury.; 'I named delegates I The wires la the :names. which can be ipurchased ,

; ak hpaee la,jyour aluabl. t paper for. to the: on fit Thursday Louis. convention I and : with' plain with tissue the''paper supplies twisted,arecover.d o..r'l a:S= i mmmm mmmmmmmnig 'p

.. file I r prudential!i electors as folk>wii:. f I.them. or with the colored If desired. ''i---- i -
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To*;Gas I j DPlfl tee.l-Jolul 8. Beard of Pensa- that any part that is visible may have a : I ::

,: I !S A{'lIal1e f. I! ,I ealo; T. ELJ! Bryan of Tampa; C. A. finished appearanc.i In ) There are manyfancy ': E want to say a jfew words to you and we; wish you to ==
I Carson, of Klsslmmee; W. J. Bryan patterns crepe paper aad then :
OPINIONS OP PCBUC ;>IKN.Repeeentatlve }! of Jacksonville, for the State at large. are used at will. These include the ;:: I II con de them TRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL]," for we do ::

11 i t W. J. Chambers of Ocala and H. C:' flowered' papers showing: flowers of different 1 not wish to injure the feelings.of our competitors. What'we
Robinson, of .Indiana colors aad shade blue and .
-Judge Parker will U the leading can!, I illcRae. of Pasco from the Bret dla-I j white papers which" give Delft tones :. wish to say is this. j t
trlct; Dr. T. E. Anderson, of Suwantee I and Persian ppen,1! which work upexcellenlly ::
idate for President If the New TorkDemocracy !nod J. E. T. Bowden; of Duval, fn mthe | Into shades for libraries, or l I ; uTilE SITRESTJ WAV" of being satisfied with your suitE ::

i unite.on. !!:him. early,enough second district: frank U Mayof *, '> possibly fur dining-room Fur candle I and getting your money's worth, is tol' buy it here. Wedon't ==
; R. t. Dunn, of Ma ..Gooek, of Kentucky: Pensacolaiand the distort.PresldenUa are used. -= know a single customer who is sorry that he traded ==
from third
son. I
aep-taU..I I ''Khntocky I.. about I 1 The tissue, paper In whit. I* tint put I. htrebut_ we have seen a who "WisiiED THEY ::::
: ElectorL-J. B. C. great many
.I ...ut divided bet/reea Judg,, Parker on the frame, and over this Is stretched |SI == 1.
,. I I' Koooce, of Sumter, F. B. Stoneman. of j I the flowered crepe paper, and the lOP: J::: HAH, == ,
: ;: 8 8 8 Dade: Henry) P. Bailey, A. B. Newton : and bottom and, rib of the hade are :: The
"dp reason? Our clothes have individual style. Theyare ==
t1UY. mble of Kentucky,I and T. A. Jennings.The outlined with narrow (trip* of bUck! *
1.., 'Yy nooal cb .Is Judge Parker.,i convention passed resolutions I or gold hiding th* place where lue S made by the best makers in America. They are differ3

and -1 sectioe ''ol the state' the j against a State convention aid appointed ,I of paper wrought 1*: Joined iron' or and bras giving* frame the effect The :::: ent from other clothes, you see. The price? Well it is easy ==

"pi, hope. for 8 huq 8e: .0000InatJoL"8 ;and then a adjourned.Hearst campaign committee-[,, re live.ull and I* a lamp bade that Is luexpee-I I :S for us to discount an)' prices in the city' We are showing a 2
exceedingly prett
Representative Shafrotb of Colorado : I I One of these .ba4.... which I* attractlv -, : Fancy Homespun Suit at $8.50 which I'is sold everywhere( at =3

"Jndc: Parker seems to be a very fine .,, A few days ago Charlie Wathan. *. '1s made of a (crepe paper which jg= M2.50. I ,
.... who has now added to his already laborious has a white foundation with a delgn: "|:: I
8'8 :' work a garden to supply the of pale pink Toe upon It Another 5: Th] reason? We have too maijy and they must be 3

]! Representative Adamsoa' of Oeor- citizens of Carrabelle with fresh vegetablea ;I II i 1 In the the black blue paper both sad off,a these brilliant outlined dark red 1.1, :Z:= I sold. Our $ t o.oo and $12.00 suits are'by far the best to be ==

t fuj talked I "Gorman of among i eorgiaaa Parker an than more the 1,I needed, was digging! : a wel| his for shade Is flnlshed with the gold pafee-ig,I : i" had for the price. We carry the largest stock of clothing in ==
the of getting water for- '
U purpose panout paper. Candle ihades are slm-1 J;: *
i other probatrflttleaj 'i' Iade County and can fit and please .
'. young plants and come across about'I llarty made and shdped.| over a butler or :; you.I !-
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cit I I,two feet under the surface a large bone ;Ii cheese dish top and the candle bade gj- -
Riipreeentatlve Tate. Georgia: which attreacted btu attention 'and holden caa be bought: to mount them!**=- _::::
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""Gorman aid Parker are[popular fa-j i C
on Pretty effects are
obtataed 1
by u"
loritas wily.... ',following up the lead' unearthed a ,| lug a colored paper. Instead off the'C ?t-j-jtt: : : : :t :ttttt: : : : 3 :tt: :tt: :ttt: : =t ;.a,.
skeleton of a animal, the :;) ..
1 eI ii i ij prehistoric | white u the foundation or lining of the g l' j' ;;e / I
I Representative of Illinois i,name not yet determined on. asl,i the j shade, and I
ChWpjinj : deep sad varied color cone
j Juig Parker 'U th I entire skeleton could ''Dc1 be obtained J I ran be obtained. ,E '
1n district SEWELL
favorite'my preeUentlai _1IM.t... Some of the bones are preserved. !aad.j I, --I-t--I I E I I JOHN !! BRO. I i'
I I crowds of visitors are 'going to see A .....-. J .CaNIuWhat's 'I -

: -.r-taU.e 1>1-.. of Arkaa'aa them. Now. Mr. Wathan says If hnooyT"' asked th. poll- : ttr
tirt** little boy. ,
'; *:, -My ndrteea. !.n that Arkanaaa'to could have obtainedtheentire, .1 7HrmAaj.: 'aawtrea hiefther.<1* I : .;FEE'" >FIFE> >FFf;>FF;: ;fFEFIF>FIFE !:!;EF !!:;:fE: E> :;t.ft s;. I IUIIIWIUWI ==
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far Parker. he could have made much money. what the. faction of a party that' f ettlar -
; t:', BepreaantatlTe Little o( Litanies' : It''la. he win. devote fcla time to k the wont of it yell for loudest I t

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