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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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:\VTLlJ ENFORCE EXCLUSION. r SENATOR IUAI'B ( I I
KILLED BY !t WADEJONES'LETTER RAGE RIOT UKELYj XI."DITJON'j THE VERDICT

Of 01...... Whether Treaty Expire' :. i I He ls Lying Critically 111 at Atlantic e
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f i' New York, April 1L-fulled States
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: WUbI too, April 1L-At.a cabinet I j !' +''Senator Quay isiat Atlantic City very .
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TRAIN Mjkes I Intimations Which Setn IV,., Brothel to Congresnaa PlnckwjShit Y, SUSTAINED.
meeting and la a conference betweenthe i j seriously III ao teach so. that no one I Ia
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executive head of department*, I 'warranted 'I I By Negro. I permitted to see him. His physician

1 ] th* whole 'subject of the exclusion of I 'I have given order that no m essagessea
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the status jof the Chinese Immigration I 4- .I I. must be delivered to him \ t
M It will be after the lapse!of the existing to business or politic, M be Is la s

J. R. finch. Car i Inspector, treaty. WM thoroughly the digested admin Mr. McDoaaU Was brwi to Be f...I able he tread M t/' Was fired UpM WUk 0 I of absolute rest The Senator Is now Supreme Court Affirm the
. and It may be stated that seventy-one years of age and great

Istrallon feels It hM ample warrant U Us NonbuflM sad fat tlWart 1\dIII\ a Nejri ChrckHouston care must b aken or hiss,physical conitltutlon -
: For f. E. G. Meets Death for :continuing io enforce Rigidly all will break dowa. Verdict of Lower Court "

provisions of tb, Chinese exclusion act far .. | I 6I ISaIsIoI.I .

of 1893 of the denunciation/ i I POPE VISITS CATHEDRAL
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So fart:from opening the door to Chinese i Rome. April 1L-For the ant Urn*
IN A; HORRIBLE MANNER Immigration. It Is said, the lapse The publication!of Wade Jones' let l Texas, April 1L-Newsfrom tan his'coronation last August the CHAS. DAVIS MUST SERVE
I Waller sixty mile north
of the treaty will actually render en- ter ta the Record on Saturday created eouaty. Pope this morning went to St. Peters
of Houston, indicate that the race feeling t
tr. of the .C lines Into this country guts a good deal of talk amongst th* cathedral to say mass oa the occasion --- '
1*| very pith on account CIlI the a
more difficult than wall the treaty of both political factions I | of the celebraton of the thirteenth centennial
people killing1
of Tktet'l'IaetM7. a brother
I5e &J Held tills Posltloo at ;Jack. remain ta f(1'b1a Of course the political enemies of Mr.J. of Congressman P aebe1.of the Houston of 8t Gregory the Great wbo Ufe Sentence la the State Pratte.s. I.tL1rJ. I.
{ fact hM been pointed oat to I died A. D. 104.n.ll11meDA.
seavDe '' of Y ears A. McDonald! to whom Mr. Jones dUtrlcCVrhe killing oecarreoj at a For ,
for a Number the Chinese government by Minister Basfllea was crowdsbete Eaterlag the Home tf'i
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church near Iopst It appear* ,
abandoned hi effort referred M ,being responsible for his being than ?'
Concer, who has not more .OM personapresent
Was Yatoaile as* HighlyTtaght that Ptackaryj!{ and a companion ,.ere .Mr. G.; i II nrs
ml a, to induce the Chiaeee to reconsider withdrawal front, the race ware happy, 8t Peter presented a magalflceat fog a WI"[
riding by aegro church whoa' they W1
; the deaanc atlon. It.I* positively spectacle. ,The Sistine choir
hand Mr. McDoo-
while the other
of Eaploytetts Body on jto Commit
were Bred poaV While the dead rasa a fewrjfOpiata .
stated that the'exchukm: law win coatlnne had a box near the throne and grouped
ald'a friends wr quit tadlgnaat babody WM lylaf te front of the eharek
Was Shored Atom Hundred to be eaforeed after December I I near 1&:was 1,200.youths representing Readercd Ja.1Jot1er.
I cruse: they know bow aawnrraatad and a aegro rod! !Jaa aad told the crowd every By .
next whether: the treaty expire or nationality race sad Color;inns
II III he did the and then ...
Yards by the EIet I ... unjust II the !chare that hooting the eedeatMUca colleges of Roma. Th ,
appeared. "
I I Dosen of gentlemen who are known f I Pope's arrival wee heralded with a

R EBEL, LEADI IN NEW YORK.l t* be fbandeaUal personal sad political THE CASE REVERSED. blare of silver trumpet.America ---
1L-Oeoeral JlmVa WM fapfeauaud by .....
l York April -
the foUo"-l I' friend to Mrj McDonald kar!| beaheard cJA' '
-4 ITV. Tlm-Oaion give* the Domialcaa rebel leader who Supreme 'Reeaads; i M.ru..a ... mm distinguished prelates. At tbe tee Charlie Darla. the aecro aaaa eoa-
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remark that:k. WM a warm __ _,__
BBHMtj of fka jfteath of J. S. Finch Bad from theTlctorlOM faces of Preaid to M c... aueat of the Fop there WM BO applause rioted of breaking sad eaterta- takoaaa

ear .....- rat tko FJE. C. 81.'Co'YWe.j at Moralaa. a'I'tn4o4aI.. He supporter of Wade Jones, and drat ka I.- sad ao tackiest occurred to mar' of Mr. and Mr. W. C rod .ese I

a* -- j which kappaaad lastBatBTday ijtaaed to make any ititement aa to bad ao axpronwd himself oa ail:ooea- WakagV .|Qrt1n-,11II i Sri R,ss the ..... except that oeveral wo-1 twice and aaataacoi to life liiilnaa 'l

night abort ":1S o'clock at his intended moreaiecta ta SaaDomlaL'OOKSLIKEHOBSON- aion* atao it WM fret announced that Court today'aadded' the caw of State men sad aobUera who bad born waitasst I wUKkaT to awn out the tbaav.Hla .

tko Onion taUoa; t I M k* would lie a candidate They jay, of v'NorOera SeeuriUe hug far hours fasted.w I 'ease WM appealed to the aaarasa* .

Mr. Flack WM croaataf' the East that Mr. McDonald did ad be could *. Nortkan f'ad'e' sad Croat North-. court by his attoraey.-p. Price bat

Coaat tt..ck. Jnat ,cal!,the east, of the .amoaP& his frieads to try to prevent era Comps l.., hoUiag that the I Ute judgment ., the lower ClOUt was

abed, sad did not notice a witch en- any opposition Mr. Jones, giving M get of the t s4 railroad com""" GLARK IS COMING a1IrmecL The;'decision M rendered. laM 1

gins, which WM rapidly backing toward 1 BOB of th* reasons the loyalty of the not ta jarlasktloa: court read rertrataf follow: .

Ute ,I..... There. WM ao light Jonea to the' Conservative factbs'at I- the opaloa .*ttk. court below. ewes, IB tuba Supra court of1tke State ofFlorida. "

a th* rear of th* tagta*. 'and there all times ta the past "- 1 1i Harlaa who delivered the opinion and.a Ea I Baae. January Tarn.

.... so mock noise'about the abed that i That thes* things are true these genUenten that the ebMlt court should not bare A. D. 11M. I f

Me. .FtaebL.It to' supposed, could aot State Democratic Primary 8eJDG are prepared to substantiate entertatae4>>rladletloB ta this -.1 He Wffl Speak b Mbal t Oa tile Charlie DM1I.IPlaJau.j ta Error v*. ..

the Approaching ongtaajHa j i f fi BeLt la Alabama. and hence their great surprise at the and turet w:remaads the case to me.I. NIght: of May 2al. Th State of Florida Defendant ,
of the aforementioned tatter.Mr. .
content
State .
WM (violently; struck and thrown -nl' Error Dad pouaty.Hocker. << .

to th* track,bang skored ahead of thaagta McDonald la absent from{ the I -ARiT I I I J.

*for'a distance ofj about ODe haaI ( city and kM bees for aeveralday I .. LANDED. I I L The preliminary proof .wblch the

I 4 -dred wsi yard'tknra before...w- P r.--:th i ,* :Jeagineer 'knew..., :De tints tttIMe'119si..aad Z'1; hesd. and. Se M IS to...what.......k\'* will ban-- -to-l---..ayI. I ParseOtsda' ameat'anvto/ 'advtoesesived' ese.1, wile M wrt___'Pafci-4......Bead.-_. _M die b Mgtl th State* trailing must present of a supposed, in order criminal,to .make by ,

attracted the attention of the trainmen b pose ad YerytuKlig nd dw A geatlemaB who returned from Bre effect that dispatches heretofore AfJer-WI Make. r waru- FK faoga'competttrtIB .afdeseq-1... t
they the yard county this morning say that the sent oat are firmed to the effect I of Daria '
about the *abed, and wave I the case vs. State 4CTIA; .
aglMdowa.t War Her May Wta. prevalent opinion there seem to be that the fret 1 consisting 01 four { Barfs.Hon. j I JS South. Reni. 7C. t*

Mr. Finch WM gathered ap anoj takes that Mr. Jones began to realise that army corps D w completely landed 1Cores. I I I 1 Where the evidence afforded by .

to the bnccage ;doom and placed on he was going to be defeated la bit own aDd th second army consisting' I j I the trailing of dogs, not shown to have
county and'that he simply desired to of the same number+ of a large track, wbe k. aooo expired. had the requisite breeding and traiaIng. -
Tho right side of U* bead wap badly I :.BIrmiathaat, Ala., April 1L-Th* make a scapegoat of someone wherebyhe I to start Points of the debarkation of Frank Clark will speak 181' has no tendency to connect the

crush general Democratic primary la being could offer an excuse for getting second army are unknown.WORK Miami OB tIM night,' of ,Monday, May
cracked and his 1gst lee: WM acra-ed with the ofl>ne, and could not
od and the bone 1 b fly broke*.' held throughout Alabama today for the I' out of the race without acknowledgingthe 'PALM .. 2nd. and at West Palm Beach the foli have influenced the Verdict of the },rye
AT
,,*, Doctor Drew, wl >" WM' at the depotrefit nomination oi seren. niprein court I', real.ne Fort Pierce,New BEACH. i lowing night I Its a-1 nh ion Is a harmless error. .

the time, WM c Bed lad did an la preIIL. I Ia also of this opinion, bet it :would There I* every reason to anticipate Mr. Clark desires aa opportunity of I I 2. Where a wltneiU used a tracer 1jttof r
judges, a eat of jthe railroad com- addressing the voters .of this
his power to eats t te dying ..-. Doctor hardly seem that, sack I* the cue M that the! ensuing summer will be one I t county his stPnoeraphk[notes of testy;
mission, nine congre 8meB seventeen Mr. Jonas when be will be allowed time to tell i
lad + WM fully advised Dade
that
Mitchell. Pitt isa McGInuU | of actlvjty and thrift la Palm Beach i : taken on a former trial of the c uw. _
circuit court badges and the same number both i them all about that A. V. A W. ( '.
were afterward summoned< bat Mr county people of faction* were and Went Palm Beach. Much work i 011-1. simply to refresh his mf'nIOfY. aai I If1appear I
I beton'' of circuit Court solicitors. fin chancellor bin hi e'.ec-1 tract which his opponent, J. M. '
theY arrITecL'Ii going to support and that i
Flack expired r building i. change, etc. hs already thai the witnnui relied oa his
; ttu *, also for the selection of delegates Oon would have been made sure 1 the J made with,a railroad corporation for 1
JIJ'.. cla at Spearing ly ; been ananged for and others are ta Independent rccollertlon of the U 9monjr. -
to the State convention to be held I his own personal benefit I'.
street e lea a wife ud three vote of thlo county &AI"" contemplation all of which will furnish after his memory van sc| refreshed
lift]. QJ ret IIi i !' his tragic ,M y 2th. If he did not thos believe, one thing : laboring men with employment I tXuT bas charged that Clark ail one and that h* did not rely on f
nlnm Fire out of nine congressmen are Is true beyond ] that time ddtUMied Bam as to tills contract j I
E. ww an r qUelltOII.D for
tIMt- Ja : and CIOII !oc. to the general prosperity.j the traawript his recollection of'
Mr.Flack unopposed for renomlnatioaj The most Is that he put no i redence In the) word but Mr. Clark will disprove the''I '
moaed d the : body. j On th East Side extensive change In-1 f testimony wblrb be gave no ei rue I 1'1'the
m'excellent CluaUU" Interesting contest i* In the sixth district of the people wh J, aster M can lieartalDed charge and will have /many other Is
a maD and addition are to be made! on the committed In permitting the wit -i I
and I liked 111 the empbysea when Captain Richmond p. Hobson here, were' all going to I temtlnf thing to tell the voters shout I to -
wu geaersil4 Royal Polnciana,, and the completion testify thus refreshing his
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cleF the abed L u.. union ins hero of the Merrimac Is opposing vote for him and so told him or his ,of original and later designs for The I the "daild, of the primary" and his I memory. hat another wl, cow \:

.u oL e had bees cart: :',Irispecto for << 'BMkhead. one of (the ablest father. This Is i ipedally true M to Breakers: will give occasion for much j I Iud wily "&fL testlf.d to former trial

the Florida Bart Coast' Railway for I a men la the delegation. 'The heaviest the McDonald fact loo. who were favorable I protracted labor.A n rel..1II! no doubt!be a good deal .. Where@ judge filed I ao -,

_..Jgi.Mbnr of rear,aa4 WM a valued .Stan I Tote polled la many years win be east, to Jones' election to a man M far notable Improvement at PalmBeach of ginger In then speeches, and those I written but used written i
and the j result will probably be veTjl! who are Interested the eonftrewlonil
a* expression had been .
la the aerriea of that company. any ever Is the erection of a residence cbAl'pl ID f the dun !red

Aa tavestlgation ''wM made ell N&bel'I eb H I 1 I -1 I, beard. Knowing these things the real I by Senator Dlmlck on the site of &beII on campaign these occaslona.are all Invited to hear Clark the Judge! certifies that aa omission" .1

track *b ere Mr. Finch WM run over reason for Mr. Jones' withdrawal is + one burned last fall. The new building In the written; chance was mpplied! by

and Maul., hat and kit;left ear Were f I. EXPLANATION MADE. greater mystery than eve, to the pro II' will be no less capacious ornamental I Announcements mill M to the places another 'd him orally In :addremiinK the .Jury and .'
speakers be male later
found acattered for some distance from 1 pie of this county. I and conveniently comfortably' I on. 'the charge 110 amended and given to a ..

wkera ha WM fret struck' ills ear;vu dew Cpwang. April IL-OfflJrial ex- He Is out of the :ace, however aad' appointed than the one! which formerly I A DELIGHTFUL I STRAW RIDE: j' oorrert one, no error Is rommlttcd.

fOMd at least. atxtyj: feet from |haipout. pi issued here today of tbe firing the support that would have cheerfully'I I occupied the ground. The coat will } S. Where requested Inittrurtlon are t

The body WM toned over to teddIn from fort last night which gone to him! will be given to Mr. I probably exceed that of the building I Mr. A. L. Fish.ooChicago, delightfully .I substantially Covered bv the judges !

dark *, Bans foe: tatanaent..and Jthe ..!. I much excitment and the M. 8. Sam, who I* la the rare as ai that :was burned and advantage will entertained a. number of soclei;y I charge or where there Is no evidence 4 .I .

funeral arrangement will be aanoaned kOll ig of two Chinese appearti'ollleerl outspoken friend and supporter of Hon.J. be taken of the well adapted site to I I I''folks last Friday night with a mo'11'i which arrants a requested Instruction :
did lot'anderstand;; system Customs P. Taliaferro for the State 1
the
later United make, the surroundings enjoyable straw ride Mr. Fish wbIs <<<, Judge commits no error In refusing
'- iris signal rn use month river' for Senate. News.DAYIS. .ttra'the.--j a well known and prosperous commission togtve such Instruction. .

DEEDS FILED. pa of signalling depth water on / merchant of the Windy ,- bar {to enable ship'put r to aea. Fire SENATOR E. N. DIMICK.-For the AND ; i does
has been here some time and tbe treal[ ,i not quertlpn the sufficiency of the 1
x The following deed were filed f for was j opened! oa;, pilot boats and oat-, but four years Mr. B. B. Tatnm hM I The Port Myres Press In AHEAlJ'j!r was tendered the young people upoc L 'i f>rldn<-e to miiaaln. the verdict. Its sufjfldfTfcy -

record te the clerk' office]of the idr- bound tnerehantmeut during which represented Dade county on the State I of the various candidate for Governor the event' of his return bom AI blj: ran not be considered by this

enlt: Court Saturday I four! shots fired la from: .... desiring to be relieved from farther I' f, .
Warrantee deed Jencte: JB. Church( large. [ l' Senator Brown bu quite a sp 1nk- males was engaged for the occasion Judgment affirmed. :

to E. & Coborrf '!for fl andj I other'eouaJderattona. '+ -. IB' view of repmia a* to Japanese service of this kind he kM declined to Ung of followers down this way, mainly and as much eajoyment was bad M. f). Price for Plaintiff In Error .

nv* kcre* of] land, la, ieo- activity It WM understood that the stand for re-election, although urged citizens who have come here from oat of the stubbornness of the two J. B WbftfiVlil.( Attorney-General, for
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Ooa JO. tp. 84. rang 41. I I troop of the garrison, had been/ fully by many Democrat from all part* of t Marion and Sumter counties, of'which "four-legged critter"i u from another y the State.

'peed-George JS. Rowier. ommiaaJonnr. warned that Japanese might make attack the county to do aa It Is underload district be acts M State !!natoi'. It source they mules

to FanaU SummerJll. for fix, and eltixena bearing UM firing [that penator E. N. Dlmmick has1 consented 1 must be admitted however that' the every sense of the Pr'Dc tr r4. The party In MORE DRAINAGE WORK. .,

lot U. blk. D 0,.'. addition to pest opposed that the ,attack bad been to become a candidate for this| test majority of the votes favor either assembled at the residence' of Mr* The Low Land

Palm Beach.. | mad position and ao better selection could |I "Bob" Davl< or Mr. May with Dull Mackle on Eleventh stjreet.' from which Ditched,at Deerfleld to be' ..

Warrants deej-.Isaac H. Taylor have been. made. Senator DlmmickhM In the lead. the ride FronJ I I at Once.

and wife to Millie Holt fofclk. r L loti I'. PORT OP NEW CHWANO" CLOSED. 'the advantage of a personal ae- As for Governor Jennings be hM WM to the began home of Judge there Worley the route at II I )fro Edgar M. Jones will leave tomorrow ,

st. Ctow addition Weat P lm : qnalatjaace with leading Democrat allover ends la Lee county, number Buena Vista bleb was reached about morning In charge of 'a crew
Cheefoo. April 1L A Chinese steame' Florida! sad whoa of men who are going to Deerfleld
19aae M a member of the of will vote for him bat a It o'clock. The to
4restmay entire
family
was
Warrantee. deed-. .)M. Osbora | which .... Jut returned from New State 4ommittee he win be ta position favor Senator Taliaferro. because I aroused and after fitting themselvesfor do come more ditching and drainagework ,

sad husband to, Erwta Rtekner. !for Chwaag1' report that the pilot refused to do good, a n Ice for this county and of the belief that be hM made a good I Inspection bid the there.
merrymaker
11..., part of aee. ,I tp. U. rang* 4L to' respond to signals to take the ves the party at large. It Is hoped that Senator,aad that the precedent of welcome and proved delightful enter- The recent heavy rates ware made

Wasraatee* --- w.IIecca: Pnader'to s,'I., the river. Two British steamers every Democrat ta the county will vote electing a man to the Senate re-I'1 t uners. Refreshments were I served the growers somewhat fearful of damage .

Gratigay.acrni .' for 12.000. eightCXrangeiX found themselves, la the same npleaa- for him for this position M a con pit- not be disturbed In hi* ease I and after pending some time the party by aa overflow, and baring leaned

ta, .... 1JOf tn. J ant predicament The port of J New meat ,to ODe who hM ao long and ablyrepresented Stockton does not appear to have many ,1 wended they way homeward, arriving of this Mr. Ingrahaa. third vice-presi! "

s Cb.:11: practically t closed to 'co.. them 'ta the State Senate, supporter ta Lee county and wereIt I ta the wee ...' hour Those composing dent of of he F. E. C. Ry. Comraay,
SESSION: TOJAY.neatJ ,and te BOW rearing. not that Governor ,notified Mr. J. & Frederick to send
a
Jennings hM I the
I party wore Misses Edith Merrier

Den omaie OoVmitt** la ta siestas I force of men np there to cat
many personal friends a drainage
dews
I here Senator c Ruby Laaseter Lndlow Laaseter
this afternoon. land J tomorrow wa win fi&LL DAVis AND TAUAFERRO H. a Houston; the local editor of{ the Taliaferro would ditch at once
get a at
very large << Tampa Ana. Peck Cora Torbert
.bo able ta site a report! of the meeting, MEN AXE: INTTTED: TO THE FAIR Metropolis was unable to lan'tDda1..ee his vote M It Is the vote win be betweenthe J Mrs. Leola Mr. Frederick elected Mr. Jones who
Tatnm. and Messr. A.
'laoetber with a Itaj at caadldat for BCiLDma; TONIGHT AT EIGHT 1 room the lack of local Governor sad Senator L. bM been with him some time to superintend -

.wniy tHmeea i onocx. i I I tree ta this lame of the paper. with the latter te the had TaUafarro nab. Harry McCowa.' M. Shine, Jo* ta* work and he maybe ra114 -

[I j ij l'' i I: I II 'i ,, Klmanjea and Ceo. W. Morfltt ipom to do U righttt' '

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R. Lial3muL J. E.Atkil'llC'lI Repoi t oJ' tBs Ctfadltlos II For Best Meats and Choicest Pou'Itrg4

>frit turnouts.B.mlarr ., H. F. LaSalle a L -Ol'- '4.dE U i To All Whom It Mar Concern: I!I

_.___'. ;. J.uuio...' llru..n. W. Y. Lemer c. NRuth. ., Notice I* hereby given that the undersigned -:. GO TO > I.
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tORT DALLAS WTKM1
Cuoipuuilrrlona.. U.<.ruoa>. F. C. leDonald. A intend to apply to the Hon-
H. Raulerson
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Aaocnrv-4 Tie..Yrrr-A'ilM4al lb J. B. Whlla.. .!Wui BurdlDe. W. M. Maynard W. .$1' MIAMIa orable Minor S. Jones, Judge of the ,

.IIr'" rul>ll< lu..r.U"--'Q., Ml'rrltt. Z."f.1' .I'Circuit Court of the
Bytngton E. T. the State of Florida, at tae closeof Seventh Judicial


......i w infirm luurtMl Imi-ro. trmr.Prad Bal\1'", B. )1. :\Ie. ln, r;*.. II.I county for said Judge's approval of

U Wdry+Tbets..erN.r.twuld.oli.r.beers' .wI Cum.'r: Tr..u'11 A r I Budge II. C. lone. Fred S.BI'05III.r. RESOURCES.oaas the proposed Charter hereto annexed I They Carry run Line ofFlorida '

..Hat.. : I G. D. )Inol'l'. T VBurdine I I a :
auanl ur Fd.M atlut-tl Ibci <:>vrrocii '. tw I and discount .......1163,955.24 upon Monday, the ISth day of April.. .
tart d MDI. AU.......J.-r... 1 rra+urrr auin J. )l. -Donald. W. H A. 0. 1901 at Tltutvllle, Florida. i and Western Meats.
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rcrdrafU, secured and unsecured -
uf r to uHruiil l I M Klonor.. G. A
a..ard: afar lu-muic.| lui kotnrrfrntar '' Etarkua F. W. I .55018S. :; Dated this 10th day of March. A. D.
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; ol Dun. IrtM.u... Au .rl.r>4..Ur Blackman E. V i S..IIIOtI. EdwinChaiile I They established the meat business here i in
... t ilnlMiuiu i trf Atfitruiturt "l,U w1.rriwsdwt I Bonds to secure dr- j 1904. April, t8g6.Wilson's .
of hblM ...."..l.4.a..aM .. I W. H. : Pee k. R. J.Uohen. 1 i I
of far>lilU.-1 :.tI'< =::'.:: I. : '' W. w. culation .. ......"....... 25.0000J I C. L. F. ROBINSON
DC AUMBrf- < oui I
tit* Bonds U. S. M. LEONARD
.. S Lgrad. S. to secure :1'
H.i Pattersos
DC A rki.u e.ialrtR. Cib..tbam. J.
Iuak .... C. lRorrIu .:! J. A. i I Parrtah. Allan R deposits .. .. ...... ...... 40000.00 I J. F. OUVE -

:YC CcUaTIJI'tr..ki4) mound' J. O. I Rhod. r: W.stk. & Bonds on hand ...... 13000.00 I' i E. A. HART Novelty

IL-, ,.....".bWI J dye In' P. C. ; ROI4 C. Jrak. remluma on U. S. bonds.. 6,062.50( CHAS. H GARTHSIDE.

.. K viler. A..J.I.I""e. ; ...... 5,00000
ticks etc
J. B : securlues.
M H JoI..J., .... lo .utiir4Li.. .. ,. sty utll'" date aiertu..., nF1aa. E. B.Rush.I Dr W. B asking house furnitureand I CHARTER.

ft f&e.r$T upnlM.a.I..:Couit. rla Jud4lr..4fNMI., J ffy. oddrr. rD. J. K. ; Rumph. Edw.Erwin. fixture ....... ...... 41,21413 !The undersigned person C. L. F. Is now in operation lad ready to .Fceive

: ... po .1 ..k...' W. W. : Raul..non. C. H ue from National banks i RObinson T. M. Leonard J. F. I ANYTHING ore era.

4 o4 Jabr I*. t.Plx err Ja'. v.uvdk, I' P.n10f0. Dr. G. i Rumph. Geo.Prissell. (cot reserve agents) .. .. 18.399.461 i El! A. Hart and Cha H. 011"1 WOOD FOR IN
SaVE
Bo ( fl""va R. Milfrry.eiuftral 1'rav.l des. O. C I i Raffnrd. L B de| from State bank and hereby associate themselves TIES.Window .

: l.CI.k..f.K: .I Flanagan. R. s;, s.-.ell.. E.: G.Pederick. tankers* .. .. .... ....,.. 25.085 41 I for the purpose of becoming incorporated : and door acreens. window

+:. FV Itjool'\\ lUll klw Coatt t J. S. i Saxelby. J. n.'rnnL 'ue from approved reserve under chapter 4S98 of the Act : and dor frames, sto,e fixture, stair

r 8_. obi. N. lum, r>la...... ... J. 8. I Bulznf'r.rl&l'k. G ... agent .. .. .... ........ 19.15988 of I A. D. 1901 of the Laws of Florida. work Inside trimming of all kinds
*. Kparkiaat
5ecdad )
C, .. i.-.t: :. A. P. I Sonlth. Julies 'hecks and other cash The following is the proposed charter R. S. WILSON

: \1111111'f R3.Je Girtman. James I Stoneman. F. B. items .... .. ............ 1.503.55 for the Intended society and club: J CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

vir. totrph. ( .). n. I Sulzer. A E. otes of 1 other national Article 1. Tho name "of the society t i i

: \ .; B Aurr.Brown 1.lUI, .art. ... ..t, 1r jUbaloffirrft '1 as.I. j ':autler T. N. i Shaneban M. !bilks 'I.. .or.( ...... .. 1. 82.00 and club shall be Miami Gun Club I FLA.. a.D sracricanoii.

J. LK.C .,Ja .1" j'' :rsham S. Sewell. John I -- -
I II i rational
w. paper currency I ---
D4u.. M. Jrrk. i with principal office at Miami. Dade
I,.- B ,..rt..(.| aa4Kurgan. ,' of the Heard J r..artbside. C. Hi \fo1ll00r. R. IL nickels and cent ..".... 499.40

!. T.a.....:'i' I If Iramllnl'. J. c. I !!",,' I". J P awful money reserve In county, Florida. Are You :Going to Build 7'
1 Article :. The general nature of the
f C. J:.CUMVIr1IltgLI. Iallatt. F. : Shaw. H. B. Bonk viz.: .

M j| ;. R..ill)', MKBI.ENAiOK 'j I!i (}aaUer. R. R ;I T3 lor. R. R. .." .. .. .i2,Ipecle. .m.90 object of the corporation, society and

i : : UTIlAajbradaf IDtsrz1Cftjs .rlmng. A. M. Tarnace. J. LGirtman. gal tender note 7,%50.00 club shall be the development and perfection If! so, or if,you need building material of anT
W. H. Tatum B. B. of klll on the pert of the club'*
tt. :BrairaMaad: D,< Cjuatkoa.) W. HSO kind, you should not fail to see
alaia.DS H.,... I. IL Tablm. 1. B.HilI. member In the art of wine and trap
J ;. X. Distlck. Palm ed-mptlon fund with U. S.
.. L. E. eboo'ing. and also the entertainment

t p (X>fXTT. BEPRlsKSTATIVB. ''Iantf'. J. O. Watson, C. H. Treasurer (S per cent ofdnulatoa of club of similar kind and of mem-
.. .. ......... 1.25000 :
it". ersbnm. I W. Kfaf. ruUord.I 1111.. Wllllain 'borton. F. ILlIetherincton. hen of such club In friendly contest J. A. lVIcDoilald &

,. : >AD :v:*>CNTJr orricEua.I ).7.WhIte. II:. L. Total .$390.640.65 of a"l11ln wing and trap shooting; and

O..ty la4I :. Je.1.SeI aer. Illlaa1. I'i iutBl. Hey r. A. E.: Walt T. A. LIABILITIES. also the giving of prize to person .
'
.-; Attur..J-.I T. Iklratrrg .. Hall. W. W. Whaler H. T. '
competing In contests of skill I
; at wine
tart DfUIIC-.. sad Rea.g4er N
t -a. cT Isvtbotn.:,1 Cuouaaut. ...... Hahn. P. W. Worlcr. O. A. "apital stock paid In .100000.00 and trap hooting. Dealers In t. iber. LatfcsS!! "l-ile Moiildl Casl. $, BrICk: Utl..,
hortff-Johs f roboelf, MlaaL.Collector Hughes. W. D WlUon.. L luiplu fund .. 2,000.00 Cce.t. Plaster Hair, Eta: 1

r of TuM-Thia.. J. Harder. CoeJso Homer J. W. Woodworth J. F. 'ndlrlded profits, lea -expenses Article 3. All member of thl club TaMs sad Onto.ma* D sad itch "fowl.POWERS' .
(H..a. (ar shall be gentlemen of at least twentyone .
Taws-k .. and taxes paid.... L5<9.72 - -
oC M. smhh Vial Jon. IL E. Wit-on.. S. .
1.-....c. H.aa......... MlavLoeat I National Bank outstanding Wears of age and shall be admitted
V.SML ....poori... of PubUowaa Isatrs.lMo.5r. Kolb. Aj# J. Xhnaalea. L. notes
r M VUta.aeord 25,000.40 to membership In said club by a majority MEAT MARKET.
'tB
.1 tom.IWsp Quo.LolaaarLCaairaun. 11
vote of the Executive Committeeof
..1 W tat Palm tBaock.. P. C FOBBED THE GRA.V1!:. Doe to other National Banks L290.I5. .
r A...... Jaali : ft. B 1I.ahllon jme to Stat bank and this club.

J.hsd..sU... .. II.c.. Miaal_'-;"M.. Clerk A. Boh.*. .AviatorStara. C.a't ( bankers ,5.57 irtlcle 4. The term for which this Choice: lines of Florida and Western! Meats. Pork
A stn \ling Incident U narrated b;
.YnrLOISCVIT ,
10 to trust companies and I club I* to exist Is twenty-flve years.rticle Sausage., Hams Poultry.]etc.
OOUKT OF *KVBXTti JCDICIA11BCD1T. John ODTer!. of Philadelphia M fol. !
savings banks 1,500.00 i S. The names and residence KM,AVEtCE: : D, .
Iowa: "1 was In an awful eoodttlonj t .IA.. FLOIU A.f .
rRmbraetoa Poo'" and otk.r. t.aa&UtL1) almost sunken Individual deposits subject: to i Illf the subscribers are u follows: f
My .ktnt wu yellow *jr N I
",",tJ dK.-VlaorS, JoeM. "",,", lie. check ... 187.79:.31 i ". M. Leonard residing at Rouse's
.'....MUM Alurary-J. D. Bmn.urlisa.rfcrk tongue coated, pain continually IB .
e at Uxri-K. C Dvarliani.-Mud Demand certificate of deposit Pont I FREDK. S. MORSE
back and sides, no appetite growing
rail Tons ol Circuit Court coo t..ur oo Fin ) ,
Yo.day. slier roartk )Mumlat Is.Xotvmber.amc1 weaker day by day. Three phyiidanr .j .1 1187.50 Charles I JH. Garthslde., residing at : ,
>rai.o Plrft Moodaf jaflcr KoortlHoaoay Flat
fine certlBcatea of
dePOt8.800.00 Miami
laaprUir had given m. up. Then I wan advised '

DADKJ .otCSTT COCXT.CouatTJskUo4AWa I to use Electric Bitten; to my Joy the Certified Checks ... 300.00Stcte I:. A. Hart! residing at Rhode Island REAL

E,, Ifevwrl MlaaiL drat bottle Bade A decided improves United; deposits ...i 40000.00 4- F. Ollwe. residing at New York. ESTATE

--tI.e is ee Twat-t'SrK AItarIrY-.J M i T...der au4a.'."January.Vja. M 4si.W ment I continued their nw ,for three L. F. Robinson residing at New-

....,._..Trlt* )I. r ID 1-.lL. w k t,* and am pow a well[ man. I Total1. .. .. .. .. .tuf390C40'65 P<1t. R. I.
T.rmos ye JDJr.fM41 robbed State of Florida County of ss Article Office up stairs Cor. Ate. C and IS tb 8*.
:<<. Mmu i M Otiuoer; kiow they the grave of another pade. I The business of this corC. -
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CrLLANDO ric4; UArXK TILLK. rfctlm.! No one should fall to try I. Geo. R. Gomrh. Cathfer of ti* poratlon hall be conducted br an Miami. Dade

b'.'r l I 8. .n... KMrlvrr.W. tbjom. Only 60 cents, guaranteed !j aldnigglsta. aTxive-oauied bank do solenmlr swear Executive Committee of five members Co., Florida.

6. KoMiuoo, tff* .. :. "I I st the above statement U safc to UM -a p esldent., a vice-president.

: CHC'P DflKCTOBTrUmrtrrf4 nest of knowledge and belief.GEO I
I my ,
I" ... w secretary >nd treasurer. The office
3 lr.r,4Y r.Ie av-a>oC awl Tlfc .rraMt- R. GOMPlJ Cashier. .
I ae.y rosinfat 11 oVIork Of secretary and treasurer shall be
.. B.: Hi Corrert-Attest: LARGEST STOCK
_dat Akout at J 1w.! rt rk | '"\o0f. fl'led by one and the same
I I person.
Pv .V.lnaat i. i e
Ire p l ROUT
.rra.r.1D.e.. I OF A GAUDY YOUTH, WU. M BROWN.
Wi.Ii. "'IIIcb' i The officers
't. TOe:1.J1I.: I'I names of the o> and mem-
I Bra I i EDWARD U. P..:DY '
.;J.._ Rnat..JIIU XOCT\ uuener..1.. ....t .. Hah mm Ia.a .
.C aa4 .h arr"rt-I'raltcr mertim *IHISW..a WOMB 711.' Tried to are to conduct the business of the
corporation -
SI.. p. >.; *,.-W.If wbw at Wa-ii Avoid HI.. I! Directors. I Bay Grain Feed and Fertilizers.R VEGETABLES
.cu.'t.! tpwiwth. Ixotttr al I"lii B. I I I I scribed and until those elected at the first ,
m 1 ii stroking uii1 *. III..C. A. Hl.-w.iul.. sworn W before me
'The young nan who occupied a teat,, this 2nd day of, April. 1904.! election shall be qualified are: C. L. F. i

U.I'l....rll. Onni..r. ATrnoe C sit lliklUwHliPmclilaf oh the bench In the corner drug store, L PATTERSON I Robinson president; Chas. H- Garth- i Yachting Trade a Specialty
at 11 I .rlock a. M.. HUB*..
-1'
I med s
well satlfflnl with himself He'kd .; side vice-president J. F. Olive ; secreary -
i tatwvl S 4i ajnj Pressing al 1(11,: P (L' Notary Public.
I Taoorth l,.... cin }. m J....... Epw 1-..... 1. Prsrer otUsg tledua' : f at p karrtetbeiri-arefulrreastand w.dl.p .- T'I l E. L. Brady & Co.
A GRE.AT \[. Leonard the Executive
'. 1 _i!I..lt*N r4M! :1"I J4$zvrAPs4n I II a) |ILK a gi-iirrtHis Mctlon of gaudy f SFNSATIONThere I :
of .
I said club.
I T.I"\T CSeier'wj; t. Aaa'ew uA ta..bOet4M.5'oine I r kings above;: his low-rut paint! was a' ;;lOntiin Lees.vine. I I .
',' rn arc II orlnld. ; roads I laihrr sho s, His bat was pushed to1: in The organization and first annual i G-B.OOER.B.

'caeca ds1.stun.fa.. '!Jim I oJ I.: H."JMiaday lit" Ewh.rm Prayer 1 Sv 'j..*wed nr dnnn net. 'I the Lark of his bead. to give full rffrrt Ind', when W. H. Brown of that ) meeting of the members of this club '! UPlion. !;a 4.

la u ,inch.Lmto F sMd i bard kY! "'l| JA'CIO d I and ,....rdt at Tom* 'I ,)h'.f over Ms forrbiad Ills tunw'.r 'I his life saved Dr. Kings New Dl.covers Cor.: .Ava. n nja.d. Twelfth St.
l I .mtareaf fp o sP N B. Ft(.Lea. Mr..... llsr br January. A. D. 19 5. In the city of I!
'C> prea.r4 wrll stains: his chin and '
>(.rTrnli*. ta alert; ... Ara. ..r Aew.aea..J I I for Consumption. He writes: Miami.: Florida, at the Seminole Club l land
I'.ifi.ntfi<< :
sat: in tb iftttr I
dlmlnJti.
'! .., civ. .. ...., clerk4aadcurry by a i "I ensured Insufferable agonies from !
?. aae,4vy, .to ,gag "' 7"> i iI .e |i.a.d' ho.., Hbirtiff were largtandnlus'.j : thereafter: on the first Monday in '
I It w W r ncil.""'. Asthma, bat your New Discovery 1t"f'1| .
r and h MYnitdi-ooarliiusof ev CwIIs-rvt..IJ l i ."t ....." TV: "" our of th..s. details and to approve of me Immediate relief and soon thereafter F. W.% HAHN
i Ai P. CiiT.a''' I tM.ra air. srtdy .Intl. Ij..ip1 | 7. The By-Laws of this corporation --f'k
ap..... ...". Y..e.dxt "I t '/ perfectly( relates the Chicago effftod n complete cure" Similar ( are to be made, altered or' re-
MIAMI ARD OF TRADE I 1)51)!| N>*.. I cure of consumption, pneumonia I ,
}.; i
winded
by two-thlnls vote of ,the .
-- I Elk. had ju sri/ ; members of this corporation In good .
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Preddent. II lam M Brown 1o:1..1C: gad' JM over the rountt and > It* the jelrss remedy for all throa' I now have in my employ one of th* .:.J.I .
,. First l>.- lieu. T. V. Moors.ri : its iDi '>e seemed to annoy the w man standing at the time of the pawMe of -
and Inns tronbl.i*. Price Snr and II.noGuaranteerl best draftsman in the South, and rtlt'tt..r
p' evil Vlf J M nt. J. E. Lummua. wh>i man aU> M>auc on the bench.ing wait- ': any by-law. am
F Solitary.Troasiiror. "j f Blackman. fur her 'at. Perhaps It.waJ Ib./I| I< by l j alt dnigglnU Trial prepared than ever for fornlatili .
I Article 8. 1 'he highest i
amount Ini i
1 11 lalum.B smoke and i"rha:|). It was the gej ni raIl I twdtl+ r..,. pf :g plan sad detail for good bttfld-

Iard of iovruir* w >(. Brown. effect. of thi )iiiinJK man. dw I Ii lebtedness nr liability to which this ;! lugs, fine cabinet work. etc.
v Jt E. t Al E. Hey 'oruoratlon hall
Jr M. .mmua A puff (it nmoke floated over i at say time subject I
ti-
totbej I am now headquarter for
t'r I .et. J 4 B. Rrlll F. W. JIahiL W. 1W.Poor. and bt-i-- ughedcuughcd I udwtuuan i t..elf shall n- Ter be than tifo- >wt tamed
.. Joan fit oil 1 | the TOLL i tA;S' 'lAUS. work, scroll sawing and all work use -
ly and
1 1M It OiL-odly -bill atrtneoinh < hYTI birds of the value 0 l'rPIM..r Of
5TAXDINW la-I/ I u&tly done In
COMMIJTTEK8.Kv first
I p1AN'n'J h. ) in Do wise 1.IIthf'd. : 1 I t a dUll planing milt
t.AH-Anne. R ., Pallonbn. 8rr L: Mr rurnifd{ and/ lit) ; .- hose SlrlklH sad lafalllhle ..01... t tIt. he corporation. j ,t Send me your order for door s aad

t $.tudetpa. James 14; $eymou R IL; .:111I lee' .. I Tkolr llo...l from Wide' Article. The amou it In value of the _
tC pf.et. O A 1 auae that he rJ/tDd' th< In- ]I .r J.L r. t-:Jn 'IB': window frames, ballusters.etc. brack.te

ttRllklESttajW 8: .: Bjtckik, F .I; t ant liH.k he onrht. to I, 1.1-I real estate I Inj fee simile, or any leasehold "."... ,. ., and be convinced.

H hr4 F.. : Rn.a. C J.. kYedfHck.r have Ixtn tiKHigh for him. It.... not.I < A In tracing the of estate, which the!' rPOrauOl1 may -
writer ancestry
8T I ho,eivr, and the woiian rose and I MIAMI. FLAJ.
J 1 the *,; to the wait .nd Ji al. n Hi(.etypical hold subject always to the approvalf
: A? 8 SITART-.r k.on.J. i, PEAI.TH differences\ In the case of theire.vm. the Circuit Judge, hall not be
I over
t luiur
M Jr. I,, |JW. W.; Enlooj 011- 1Ai that moment the opened anda
I
j [ their bofly colors. and I I
tie;,.......... Jt.le King. H. II. mtout el,:"riy; woman I with several markuige.l he sum of $2.:5.oO. .
1. ............ i i he bah of tu| ulna jround' before I ling
ItlVERS AN HA RB< RS-G. bundles and Three .children putrid andmade C. L. F. ROBiNSON .

,t: Ctaa. M... Edtard C.; fatnikI. for the bench The young man I I "town. and ot er in'frniunK peruiianUIN i T. M LEONARD AR obbms&i Co.

"i B 8.; .........11I. I I. lId not prove .111..1. but one of therhllrvn ...; bill h* JIbrnJ mention the OIUIIIrtt.lnai : : \
!
::. RAILROADS j J JSD FREIGHTSCntdy. -)- I' kicked against him with her and olllwble( $a) ol
.)'K. U, I.l1 er. C D.; Lumraus, II I.d.LgIL3: feet and he shifted a little readjusting 'II""IIC mely' Jby the ruriuus A. II.RTeHAS. ameaa and
'iI. 'E.9 J ln. JTm. W.. McDonald J. A. F ki :Tousers The action drew and dim mil faphiua la mhuh tbry tarry H \RTRSIDE Oarr1 ge
rHAfJTIE -Bln t/Jn. 1!:. T.;' Cb-t- I heir tails.Voles I I I
; : child's sitentioa to the nocking* Depoa1
4 H.: Doli...... I;. B: Qautler. T. I''f' she \ havtf a sneaking way of i'arrymg ory.
ant pointed to them. 6V ,
inam-
N'. i ibw.atn. C| L.AOSRcrLTfRE.4tUckman..' I maj" she cried"Yea. I their tslls lorn, almost dragging on STATE OF FLORIDA Qij ality is remembered long after
1 E. V. price
; s
raid the m.tro.I. loud.cheer the ground.! while dogs <'srr} their tails COUNTY OF DADE:
Morooi. *". 8; Tatuov J. H.; QrUCn- A. I up. and the farther muuved they are On this day personally be-
i fill) tones. 'TII.'re pretty, ain't they! ap..1'1'4nr. forgotten.
..
i M : rviu j. K.PI.BUC j wolf ..
IriHa the ,. hiKheribe. .
1 V BUIU IIXO-IIoraer. J VT.: i Look at the little red flowers In 'emAin't )1.1.:1( me C. L F. Robinson T. M Leon-

itK......,; H. r.: RoIU). j. a: 8>*..Illf' I they sweet* Like sister M.-;".'. them. Shepherd of ilog'(; and collies | :rd. J, F. Olive, .:. A. Hart and Chas Quaily Makes Bar
retain li. lr racial the
many < haraiIslHS. .a sin.palms.
fan slut !
i J *. 1r...... H. T. y bag. IheyThe .
< ; : I M GartbsKle, to me well known the
u
I tarr% their' tills
Jowem ...,
.ANl' ACTlRJtS-FrlPeli. Olen C: other children slid off' their....1.'O'qbtaID' n 1
ivtters and |->lnlei4 a <'eM etsor.s de crlhe.I In, and who snb- ,
T'
or twhigher : t} Strew
ltho R. better view of the ,
Mown n. V.: Conrad f ; eD. a gorgeous 312-stasis: T 1- ,
.v ; R4rIT ". B. b.... The young man turned a little red. '1II..oIDoju 's> ;Jlllnl mi b' .pr:11f'd:l their nani)>* to and eJl'n't.,1: l lhe I I

'P JrorctAT1ONAr-But" W. FLS but continued to smoke The woman drs iuc! ua game IHTHTH and hoiirurelrvaie foregoing arti Us nf incorporation I

Hay W.: Uwutk.r.l t muted So who. bad left the bench seemed pleased their tails In'the siJinjine" : ] siHemards j. and for article of lacorpontlon of I
f. I A. 4: 'InloibT J. 0 ; ;mIJua and lnt rested I I and Newfmindlini t affect a Centrally Located
: _: Kolbo AJ.. I I iNn'e And see the pretty shiny shoes; curve over the back, while pugs actually I the Miami Gun Club, and did severally i The:

t tl U4KItRATION-R I. c m .1.' E. V continued the stout woman. come to a full twYst.TrMh..4/ i sekno l:">dze that! they1 executed the I :

.. Djrs, J. -
P a HTaus. J. The children. drew a little closer to Walter-. same fob the |)uri*>?es and use thereinpxpremed. ,
tt.rwat$ J. w. I It I
the shoe and razed at them In opeamoathed : ]
Continental .
ENTCRTAINKEN'f..R odH.R./ W waiters says Truth. have EA.FOffStLL' PROPRIETOR
a..Jce.1H.l Co; O'.lIei C.Ia' : Belly admiration an IClt..allon.IIIH'.m.ln he-way theyi In V.'itnef8< Whereof I have nerennto '
,
v So: .....l Je.a.v : It was too much Th young man rose i paste hotel labels oo visitors luggage set my hand and omelal seal this I Pioneer
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+ A TlIING-'tI\t. IL'I' and.adlnlthufoof the grinning shoving( what may be expected la the ,seventeenth ;day of March A. D. 1904U I I
clerk left the store. A* for the woman
n ary. IF. l: BytnstOl.. T.; $Lck matter of tips
who had left the bench she booght a A. MITCHELL I
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V.. ; HeKMriags flit at w.ta.v II. ism 1aIf1lOllDd box of chocolate and gave .eae. :." Fara ..... .. ......- )Notary Public Notary Public. RATES | $..\0 PER DAY
7.. hII
them to the elB..... Then are 1.*.... negro larmers member Seal A"juc
.. allwssMW Hotel Corner
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.v4 of th4 Fanaers' Improveueai aucioty. I B and lib street
a. 1 L M, Jr. of Texan They own M. oo acre My Commission Expire January 25.L90I. C

....... W. II. of land. 1 MIAM
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OFFICIAL' CALL FOR PRl ARY ELECTION I I CANDIDATES FOR OFFIC .1 II approaching IIJamI.. FlSJk Democratic H. F. ATKINSON.primary election. -'I I CENTERS OF TRADE.



|profession II JUT Cities la New Bullish: TtnWtocy

|AaBouaeBata win be Inserted In UM II
Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May I Daily aad weekly MetrepoUs for tan dollar FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. k Africa. t

i 1 I.. *. or la either edltloa for In doOara. l- 1 I
IQth and June 7th. 190", in Dade County. Candidates for County /ICoauBlsalonen '
I hereby announce myself as a tan
I ___ ..
I and aMBben ot till tcaoof board will b* ....slp vwt.d b r.
,I I charged WM-aaif the** amounts didat for Justice of the Peace to Dts t*... .* tb. Dusk t.ties.ethe -

P.\t.%_ iC j K* tiiBniinnatBeat Inserted. uaUl pU strict No. 10, aad respectfully ask I a.e.bie A44MI..5.C.i..

-r Notice I* hereby UTBO that Share I CUt ds> of April. 1904. at which Urn hr. I support of the voters la said district .MI -.-

ATTORNEYS AT LjAW. will b* a Democratic prtmart alectloo i they wul be loaed.Tb d. : William 8. HilL

.. I Isd.eel' bald IB the various precinct* of Dad registration books will not be FOR COUNTY TBKAJT7KZB.T IfI If--I I The other day OntonlalChamberlain Ssreesey
sum.*..*)e.la an... .put Ud! I i omdally uoouaesd Ia

lpsdatrd l p sIse.amla> aadMrfeettaiMUsiU county. Florida, on May 10. UM. and reopened forjta* second primary *lectlon. the Dmseeratt Yoters of Dads I II Casa.ty hereby announce myself a candidate parliament that King: Kdward's Vmialoas .

Ttttos. J JP OB Jun 7. 1904. for the parpoa of I ; Fonda: .1 Africa had ba armeBtad -
Cla. r .. ... for re-election as Justice of th e I la western
aioxaw. nominating tb. following offlcen: AU person m.rectater who are bee W anceaac myself a **a Mtt ?ace in this the 10th district As J Jam by the annexation of a tract sdI
for re/I.ctloS t* till *me* *f Treasurer
1 Repreaentatlv In Contras Second citizens whether/ they hare paid their the now serving to this capacity 1: I i over ion MO square miles territory:
at Dade County Florida subject t* ''I
'
Pit. 8U.008. M. D., ;, Congressional District I poD taxes or blot; but thEy cannot vote will of a majority *f the Democratic .would app eclat* an endorsement li" that is to say at Yorp..ul.aala a district. .largaasta sad*
state of New
Odes with ...Cross nar-eeJ. 1 Justice of tk< upreme Court for the unless their poll taxes which may b* voters. as will 0..* ararassail m the Denaoer.tie accordance with the Democratic principles ', New Jersey combined This addition tot

full term of alk ..,.. legally dill are paid as prodded byUw. .I primary May IS.a DN. '
ttitim-t ITatre* j B. RAUI.ERIOr4'. of n turning nor a second tern, t the British *..pln. report th* Nw

t.t.sr a" c 3 Jaatlcea of the.Suprem Court. I dw Miami. Fla. an Incumbent who has aa ar.ctorlljIIlIed I York Tribune. bu bn accomplishedby

XUKI. FLOBIDA. 1 GoTernor. I POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. the office mesas of congest and with ouasparaUvaly -

-I )IDL 1 Secretary of Stata.| Payment of poll taxes for 1902 and I d John C. Gramllng. little tow of lit* tdthKa >
A. B. BKT8CB. llah force, which consisted entirely ofnatlT
J. M. JACXBOS, -TL, 1 AttorOs'-Genetlal. 1903 is a prerequisite to Toting at all Candidate for I
whltoomeert. -
I troop eommaadtdjby
1 Comptroller. elections this year. dw County Judge FOR STATE SENATE.I t
orriciHOTSU. 1 both commissioned and :noutnsBmlstoned -
1 Treamrer. EXEMPTIONS.The hereby announce my canddary foi'j! j '
LOCKAV.D.KIAJU i
I
B sCAYN I 1 SuperlnUndcD 1 of Public laatrae i following conditions exempt FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONED State! Senator from the Thlrteentl I I Tb mar Increase In the alas of Esglaad's : -

FLORIDA. Uoa., persons from the payment of capiUrtlon e many friends and supporters dthe Senatorial District of Florida, subjectto : possession In the dark !eootlBeatU !

.+- 1 Commissioner iof Agrlcultur*. or poll' taxes: prevent members of the Board ol the will of the Democrats of Brava!I' of small Importarc. owotnr. com. '"+
r
pared to the Immense valu of th.
capture
QR- W. B. Rl SH. 1 Railroad Comi ....ooer. First-JAny ono who has lost a limb County Commissioners for Dad and Dadeeountles, to be expressed al' of Kano and of Soko i from a commercial -

t 1 Adtatant-O o al la bnttlelSecoodr! the primary election May 10th. 1904.
M. county hav prevailed upon) them to point of view Kano Is. la- 1

KSffS& 'PbODe aDd Avenue 1 Btat*' Chemltt -Any one who was SS year stand for reelection, and hereby present M. Seabrook Sams. deed. the principal "air n4 tester of

.pboo. "-'lL tiI ina I .Judge/; of the C limit Court. Seventh of age oa or before December. 190L their names, as follows: F. CAlcher. Courtenay Brerard Co.. Fla. trade la the interior of Africa aad sot
.. riA.T. only that but likewise the center of ail "
Ie
i becoming of 0' ,
Judicial Clra It. Third-Any one age (21 George W. Lalnbart. R. E
I aorta of African Induatrit Kano. Indeed
f : 1 State Attorney. Senp Ut, Judicial years old) on or after January 1.1903. :McDonald John Sewell and L. A FALLINGS OF (CORRtSPOHDENTSLellei having been frequently describedas .]

w. BAqius, araalt.J j J Fourth-Any ODe who bad become a Belcher, to the voters: at the Democratic the Manchester -.d. Birmingham

-r .A' Dptaili I Made 1 Prosecuting Attorney. resident of this State and' county on primary of May 10. 1904I r.l.... .re.. ... 0. ._1ae combined of j the dark, eoBUsesL

P1.e. 8pooeilcatio.' had Finelieri.Irtwe. 1 State Senator.:Thirteenth Senatorial I or after 1903. .... "re. I_.. I. ..... Coloalal Secretary Chamberlain declare j

for Ba04IDP of. A U KlaXSpec alt jrv.I.X.CEAnX. : D1.t ict : If Januaryjl.Rt.VM. any of the FOR, SHERIFF. a eat tteeltt!*.!.. that the annual attendance of themarket .......j
a
I 3. 1 Member of the House of Repreaan- above can; Tot at all elections. State I ITo at Kind] exceeds a|million persons .". 1
OTr1C1, 1315. An.i Yo. II "Not on* arson In ten foldt a letter from all part of Africa. while OilMofiteU. 3 1
tad,.. and county, held this year without Ute Democratic::;.* *f Dad OMB i and puts It In the envelope right side the Preach aipkr.. and Ld- f

j i 1 County Jndf. paying uy poll or capitation: tax. Ty. Florida: up.** said, the rorrei>p
1'Sheriff. I' I PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. I hereby anneunc* mjutit a candidate large New York publishing boWIe arordlng fri.-s-" estimates that thj"* numKr .f !

1 Clerk of the Circuit Coari Persons under the following conditions for rlctloB t. tbs owes of nMrtaT *l to the Times. This firm ,.- I natives wbo visit Kino each year for ..,, j
,
DENTIST.nWsbMVwMisf.s' I Assessor pe4 County Florida, sabjsct t* ta* elves upward of I.IMMI letters a day and pcrpoei of trade Is at least twice aslarge. "
dji 1 County of Taxa will be liable for one poll tax will ef tbs majority II th PsmomaM
".. ei1IAMI. U is my duty to lIOn thent and MUd them i The market Is held dilly tbm .ga- I'I
..... .. I 1 Tax CoDeetor:.' only for 1902 or 1903. as tile case maybe Tour a* wfll b* ipri..il ta the Dasscratle "
ATM**s s*> to the Tarlnus heads of departments.Each ont the year and the mot bewUderlacdlTeraityof
prisaary U be hold May Ml ON.
)F' rLO i 1 County Superintendent of Public JaatrucUoa. : letter mutt, be sent opened fiat.Mlth I articles,* always on sal. i
dw JOHN FROHOCK. .
Any one who became SS yean old tb eoireloiwjaltarliea by a <:!'I'. satire cloths<< which are products of th. .'

1 Surrryor. during 1902 will be required to par $1 la alma every (nsUnre the I letter is Haasas looms aid dye pita: as- !

Mo.e SeekersBptattntSon. J 1 OMityI ,,Treuuw. for account of poD tax for that year. I hereby announce myself as a candidate folded ud put In the rnT"lope so that I broidered robes leather and brass war, j ".

t tTjos for Sheriff of Dad baY' to turn'It around before I can read weapons) rough agricultural ImBto- -J .
tJ.tca11 Conics CommlaaloaS ... Any ODe wbo may become of age (21 county,
; IL I have i ked with fnnO IB similar meats silver and brass oraaaaala.Ivory .
wille It to youti Members of the County? Board of yean old) at any time during 1902 Florida at the next Democratic primary poaliioni to mile and they ,..11m. antimony. ostrich fathra. UT.

td 011 me before la to. PmbUc iMtmction. i will be required to pay $1 for poll tax and ask for the votes of my they haTe+< tame eiperience. It seems stock at every conc.ivabl. desertptta I ""!II!

J'araiahe4 1IM-- aDd tate.a 1 Jutto of the Pta ud for Di- for the year 1903. I fellow Democrats and those wbo will a trifling ma ter to a person who opens alsvt. alt cak., aatroa. European .
real
sityLard oantsnInsnrina.l! tretsNo..1.2.i,4. t R7.a,1, Any one becoming a resident of tills ... qualified to becoMe: voters at that only eve or six letters a day but to m* merchandise and ammuaitloa-all these f'

o ; primary. I promise. If elected to faithfully this loss of Urn caused. by Dither the and a thousand things more are oa ml. : ..
attested 1 o. I lOt'll. 12 and 12. State ud county during 1902 win be ".
; ett.. Ignorance carelessness of letter writ- which'Inclosed
or
s la this Immense city IB
ye a special license 1 &1IthOP&taa: 1 Constable to and for Districts NoL liable for the ,poll tax for 1901 perform the many duties of this en Is considerable.) a lofty saeompaaalng wall!' Is reputed

a. re aU kinds' legal trail".fen 1. I, 5. C. 1, 1.7.11.1 f.10.| 11. 1JS WHO ARK LIABLE: TO POLL TAX. responsible office. I Fully o-thlrda of tb. letters received to be aolMthaaUaUIslslrcumfrnc -

feat estate Loa)' fee. u41t All male l inhabitant* who are 21 J. M. WILLIAMS. by a business house are Bled *. '

LL. Presidential Elector yean cf age ud.wer* under ES years Palm Beach Fla. Cabinets for this purpose are arrangedso Many earavaa routes oaTrg at
C. C. CARR H that one must refer to the beginningof : I
Kaao. and ths procession of heavily >
Public. 4 Delegates at Lars to National Oont of age December 31. 1901. I
Notary the letter, on the rigM-hand side. to laden camels and asses.of nei. mounted
sltooaD .t. tlcn. Any one Becoming a resident of this FOR CLERK CIRCUIT UUUKT. ,
IZAL vet flnij the date One-half the who r
D.
AT& ., person and on foot, of salves women and children -
0 I Diatrtc| Delegate Stat. ud
eUab1eo..t..l. U Member at Large of State CommIt- 190%. will be required to pay poll tax Court of Dad County subject t* women put the date at the end has been held thus daily on the sam

Ostlclsa.W.qMAYNARD.. te*. for x902 and 1903. tile action of Ute Democratic prtstary. of the latter and on the !k-fl-hand side 1.1t.. for over I.000....r*. and at the Urn rwhen

1 County Member of State Commute U they become I e resident after Jan- ,dw E. L. WHITE. !m that we have to lift the whole bunchto William the Conqueror fought the
+ ,' feet at IL These failings of corre-
battl of Nesting and establOihed himself -
1 Member National Committee. : nary 1. 19ok ud before January L January S. 1M4.talt .
I upotdent are worse thnr Illegible writing [
._ iJl"U' i I on the ihn.ne tantill nttetOEO. 1 s.Pemof Registration. 1903. they 3 111 be required pay poll a and Incorrect spelling I pr.abl... that the df ly market' was la'd -;

DIMM : JnelerJ.1c I Member, of Dad County Democratic tax for 190! only. t this method to Inform the Totm I progress at Kino !' surrotiedlngs almost ;
Ooeb
Watches. Executive Committee to I w>d for Any one -caching their majority) (21 of Dade Ceimty that I wO be a *aadldate GOOD Df CHAHGIiOF AIR. identical m form and appearaae
for toeloetioa to the office of Clerkof .
.
Preeiacu: N;)'I !. 2.2.4.1.7.) .. yean) on or after January }. 1902. will I --- I with those of the preceat day c
the Circuit Court subject to tb action T.* .,... ('....e.... t. Ar *,- I Each parti< ular class of goods ha its
MCDONALD 1 10. 11. IX 171. and 14. be subject ,o payment of poll tax for I !
: L ; of tile -. e prlmarw, May IS. J Jaromlslnc. .
} I ms.t b.r. I* t.l.rt..s e.f I own T>eral market. and thus. vherca V
i nile said prlmarlea 1903. f If elected te perform tbs d.- I I'
Th governing '
0111 j je.rIaIr' | f i l Ike H_..... | I ta one quarter of Kano one finds aothIng >
--at I ball M the tarn u those adopted 11111 In all chic, of exemption of 'a ties of tile offiot, la tb* futon, a. la till -- hut leather oa tile. IB mother dlitrtct .
Lads: = ycOCoiNUT 1 -
aebdifdi.g a t voter I past to Ute best of my ahIIIt,. I will which t
FLA. UM Democratic Executive CommItteeat from payment of poll taxes, h. be grateful te thoM who wtJJ'OI'' I fli. quasi-minrulousbeneflts of the city the intr! li restricted
OROVB m* an> uukdsted with i
of air la
change
( th.r' meeting held at JackaooTfll secure of the superrlsor of registration I with ta* r TDtes i I I to cloth Every Ima irtr.aH type of tI.
th.. popular belief are in reality da-
I I.c on January 22. 1>04. for governing a eertincat* Betting forth the fact that I dw. E. C DEARBORN. rtiW when they arrrue from chang African: mal be teen tht-re mrrrhact
from !
Ecypl. Tunlt Tripoli and Morocco
DAWN.pr Stat prtmartea, BO far a* tb* same will such voter |s exempt. If the certificate ,- of environment*. or ctianpe of habitsof -
; J A. f: rat ::U: eastern Soudan aLt: ::umI
be applicable to the county primaries.\ ,exempts Ute voter from payment of I berabr announce myself a candidatefor I life says the M diml R..jp. la I the thoree ..l the Ked tea t* well a*from .
........Ilydc ( the office of Clerk of the Circuit I great many inuahiva the m..ur.ofj I t
: The:: Maeaament to b* paid by thll poll taxes for both yean (1902 ud ''the i .ei.rn fuau "11'1h: it washes by
-. r' T L I Court for Dad County subject to tb brnent olilalnililJ: scr11.i' be ef-
4 F I as A'
AlUiiii
I than b 1903) If > the Even ZLII.. .g.ntsl
Tartan candidate a* *: property registered be can :
slur M ....."""' approaching Democratic primary *leUom. feetunlly seriired an al mm h free etpefise i
SIS 00 I then Tote Jewi East Indent. and Mauyi are neeath" +A
Lea RepretenUtiT* upon presenting to the toipecton .
... by mere change "e habit .uhnuk '
} Rd .
se.....m/1Abls ; Senator ............ .......... IS 00 I such certificate of exemption.If dw Z. T. MERRITT. the fatigue and In .m--ni"n.-e of : I"mltlra and utrtnie to say. rot onj Mrs. .i
peace Immemorial hw
Sheriff -..... ................ SS 00 the Is subject to only one Buena Vtata. FU :i rhanif domklle The> ourought: this pretrrred
among strange medley of
:
TADTAR Clerk of the Circuit Court to... MOO I poll tax ether for 1902 or 1MB.! the +- city' clerk might advanttroiisly take r >or..b..r. and remler hilt moreoverthey .

fOLEY5t1 I ........ 2000 I hereby announce myself a* a eawttdat :u'a: ,aD. sbits < ::'je b in
Tax Aa* laor .......... I tame nl. apply as to securing I likewise under4tand one aautkerarr
Fa-'l for Ute office to f Clerk of tbs would f .! !I. r Ilif to '. ir-e for
..... ....., Tax Collector .4............... 15 <<. .a eertlflcsKa of exemption for the two cull lime j >ln ; on their bar alninci by mean
court subject to tile action *f Clr-j a the fun<'ll"nf of tareiaKer of a of
Treasurer ....... ... 20 00: I signs Th. tradrn hire 'Indeed a
County .r. I Democratic party. Primary tiecUoq! deterte house Xliny_ an overworked I

iRE YOU 'IQING J County; Judge .4............... IS 00 / r.ar1PATMENT Or POLL TAXES. j, 1C ..... |I.h> Mclan would es erf'-ece a dbnln.ttmnruvement long"ort sleeves of language It carried which. on beneath by mean their of t

County; Attorney .............. 10 00Superintendent Ia order(to be qualified to Tote at theprimary d !:!: FREDERICK. I I were j he to nualifv aaihauffeur ( direr crap of one another basis
.. ,
N rth 6r West ? of Public In- II i | election on May rich or JUD.Ir. i with ",,"":'i in i.i. j wrists and arms. the deliberations .....c
FOR TAX COIXECTOR. view than to o>jloth..r and there I Iare
tHE trucbon .. c. .. ........... 50011:7. 1904. poll taxes for, 19 2 ud 1903''i iII few | it. this way roncealed from the &.....-
I '. whisehealth
hereby announce myself a candl-
CommiMloner ......... 5 00 muat be paid on or before I o'clock P' ert and from tinnirloua
County, II .1 I date for the office of would not be sensibly: m "lli: - j tax collector of Oen: Sir r>,,f.rc(, IjiCirj$. to whom
& Nashville .... L OC M. Friday 29 1904 ten brief
Louisville Supenrlaor' of RegUtration April ( days be-I Dade County subject to the action of by: a experience as milkmaid orgleaner Kirsrrdwenrt ,.1nt'eh' .ed forth!* notable
Member of County School B'rd. 1 00 I fore the, first primary election). $ should the iwa-ioJ !1..1 h..
the coming Democratic primary addition u> his colonial
,
empire and
Railroad Justice of the )Peace.. 1 00 I dw T. N. GAUTIER to that piirtulL The liier..ry r-n If// who I* the KOTernnr renerat| and hfrhcommlsptontr
.4-- :
erulee. whose brain la sterile of I idea.might
Odin .BBeiwelled paasenger Constable ............. 1 MAHj I NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice new of all Or**' Rritmn .......
Modern train |i eujrjing Pullmaialeepen candidates recuperate: his energies; .Mtiort In w;st..rn Afrkt niv Vi
required to erlaxtendlnx .
free i art PJ I* hereby given that the Beg. FOR STATES ATTORNEY. usurping the role of a sick. man and I (
up-io-daU :boacbee, rethe, above fees to 8. L. Patteraoa, Trea., tstration loots of Dad I hereby respectfully uDouDee' I. remaining In bed for a week. or two "' to the 4n..I.>-.-"' -.rian S.KI-
Uainc ebalr ears, nd dining canWtwH .1 County foi myself i_ _ dan P""I'| '"'e c tn -,,. < i tanate of1Sokolo I
.orthem u.;[_,lien cI"... suns/; of;, Ute Committee and also to I th* primary election to be held May 10, as a candidat for the office of'' and of Ka tIP;n the aroe war "t

In UM furnish such candidate's Dame to Ute I I State's of the I LOWER ANIMALS HAVE SENSES i iI the other Hauta d
TIle laee& dislag ear service 1904. will jbe opened to the eereral\I Attorney Seventh |Judicial R a. that It IhrnnictinatiTp

MowthJTAS \ Committee: on or before .&prt110. 104. election districts of Dad county. Florida .. Circuit, subject to the vat of I TkU Hat ..w Com <. I. Ankr ..AI emlrp icrorrilnic to ni'ltfldeaxn .
TiekeU via The Committee reserves the right to, : a* Oust t 40 '..'.rle,. ir ann ..a> with
Sen Throurh the Democratic .
Agents on the 29th day of March A. D prima'y.dw -_rl7 All tk.

Le&N. 'Increase I tb* above assessment 'at it* 1904, ud will be closed oa the 26 tl 1 CECIL O. BUTT. I I ..I......*. I the. tr..I..f still! more Kano by which r-nd-r'n he hnpeftorteelop -
more fa-
meeting, on April 10, 1904.. if it b* day of April A. D. 1904. --- j jI r dIe Its Iniercoune wirh the oiner world ,.

rorrateebdul sand Sleeping earreserrstloos found at said meeting that the assess The following persons are hereby, I FOB COUNTY SCHOr/L BTPXRDfTKN- Many sctontUti. until quit recentlyhave '." He will make no effort to proselytiu:

apply t* ment1' above will i not b* ;sufficient Ito J'.. .. DENT. j been reluctant to admit that i I 1 nor will be eninnrag i
mimnnxry ,
'L. .
,
appointed i jlf i ir>tkraBcrrs ae-
I ... number of the lower
M.Ylemlna- ''the1 of tMPflmarIeL I I hereby announce myself a enoid animals pos-lbl;, tiTlty. but will endeavor litpir
J. meet! expenses carrying on .. to J tilt
.
Att.iwSLl2JEfl, r tLe te" t..r .4 n districts, twit otar Bupruteadat cf Public lutrwetia posses* other sense* than ours. So .ud I Inew I native with
1'f.araer ennlMenee In Kit
: 1 i of Dad! County subject to Ute win of and undeniably affirmatory evl.. } asmirancn

'. I The polling place ta each precinctwhere N.lDherl One, Stuart-W. O. Parka lUll voters at may b* -i>riie j til at the dtac I.. however, now bring* offend 01 1 moist that thir no various attempt religions will b mad to

the!) are: to b* held approachmc Demoentte pruaary cloettOB. this point that there ran be no longeiany tic.aI and pear -
Number Two Jupiter R. E. L. ,

ud the,, ;' rilE! Inspectors ud | MjcFadud. I l dw B. L Miami.: 1U1.L Fla. that the substantial fly* leases reason man Imperfectly for doubtlni exercises .' The only thing that he will endeavor

wbq ? .dllCt suck primaries gradually to I I.
clerks suppress the Slav
J trade.
1. "-V -- j.. Mhis.sego' Number Three. West Palm Beach are by no means all that are possible
""
will U named by tIM Executive I which Is Ind-ed the sole objectionable
f E. H. Dtiaiek. FOK TAX ASSESSOR.I to sentient creatao
f < Committee; at their next meeting to beheld One inch feature of the Kano market 'his willlaZaa
YEARS Number, Four. Hypolaxo (Boynton) hereby announce myself as a tense not pnteeMed by the ,: be arminpllih'fl by
Cecreea.
!fan i Apru 10, 1!*04. I CANDIDATE FOR I human beings, but to a greater or ludegree j -
EXPEJi 1ENCETt CuUen !saes. TAX ASSESSOR of ilhar in eastern Africa and la other
W. .L FILER. | Dade County subject to the action almost ualverrally present in parts of the world where
Number llTe. Delray-H. J..:. Sterling. of mammals birds reptiles flab and In" tb British
Chalijman :Dad County ExecutlT flag flje/ Slave
rfrederick
the Democratic raiding Sir
1
Number primary. calltd
Six. Pompano CTender. sects II what, perhaps may be ;
(mmftte&Attest Lueard will under nf>.cln umstsjaces
Number Seven Fort Landerdale-W. | d C. L. XIMANIES.' the sense of locallution It enablea ft Indeet uwiersle -
I ts Hupfirentlnfi Sat .
: M. Marshall possessor, apparently: by Its snip| u-. beesthe
nprem ,I h "riof hl
<
:
8. L. Patterson Secretary. > to Sod s dr-lrr4.pot. iS'Is' evidentlycloudy nreerln Nyassalsnd -
M... Number Eight. OJus-J. w; IT** FOR STATE SENATOR. connected in 1'1'|ifia and also ia northern
I S 1 J : with sn Instinctiveand .
NucheiMitchell. NlM Lemon I hereby elf Nigeria W"'thpnt, th* alave, !
: cn- ,, aty-Warna announce m> u a candidate perfect memory of distance and direction raiding.and

C--W .I QUALIFICATION or ,VOTXBS.F5rst I for State Senator fr..n the Thirteenth That Ute homing pigeon esrcisas with ceakaiinn" r* the payment r.f trT-

a----- &:- .. Primary Tuesday. limy It Number!) Tea, Mlaml.-4[ p. Leffler. Senatorial District of Florida It to some extent though undoubtedly ate In.the form of laves blb. Bnmenm
Tsssal
::: chief to
ntiii MTm.7 the Fulaal rulers
I ;: of .
MUT Ti *ln lal. li 1"'" : Number; Eleven Cocoanut Oro> abject to Ute will of the Democratic aided by the landmarks 11.- Kano and Su.oto. the
.1.... to indisputable that the I' slays trad will
eeair ; honeybee
f :: Just
s-asB.! Second Tuesday. T.
frImar7- party to be
rs
A.T. Carter.Number' I expressed al the' primary has It la Its fullness aad perfection quickly dwindle and disappear, and Ineonrs

Tckit fi }fiEt 104. i TWIT. Cutler-DOBrowa.NumberJ eleedoa. May 10. 1104. cannot, after the careful experiments of of Urn casters will la'Its turn

General Ejection-Tuesday November r. It HUDSON. Albrecht Beta (Y DI.h.
... Thirteen BUnt Palm-C la Germany, be doubt- I
i I
.. -
:.raw,beer..,..Mee.,sir.:::=e1. 1t"= ..s'rT' _p. 1 1Co R 1.... :' I W. E! lL Tblals. Fla. 54. I ,i I .. A.t esebUe *..

:' lr Th* registration books; far tb* primary Number, Fourteen. DeeriMd a W. Iat.. o.see !. ,.._.. Miles-Why didn't yon pt a larger

election will be opened tacIt Sumran. '! FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. That Scotch hunirest who has (on* to automobile. ? '

March Texas to look for big game might accomplish I Dent -I wanted on* I could! push up
election district ta Ob county on This 12 10*. I I hereby announce myself as 3 candidate
CARTED II her purpose remarks th* lW.- Topic
ChicagoNewi. pwe
March 2*. 1904. and win .. bile epos A. T. : : for the office of Prosecuting At- .
by few .
fQlEtKDfiIJCOII'IT'rr shooting a oil stock promoters "
i .M7.- _. .....,.. ... w4&1, aIII De Smpenrlsor- Sep- aUO&.-Dad Co, JTs. 'torney for Dade county subject to thee 1 1J j I I II I

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I T"f DAILY ADVERTISING.; A TOWN achieyl for noble ends la the breadth>, I. THE: COTTON ]fJR1rr.fe : .

t Tnpnty-four (of the leading business ot divinity Imparted to man. The 't | Futures opened stronp..January .

t METROPOLIS. <">t lllt.htncnt. |dirt Lornchburg.Ja( hare are many things In life that are better . .. . . .. I DO NOT TAIL TO SEC

MIAMI .... l that jildictnus* a.lvertlsiog l U than what seems LeaL"STATE'SEWS. February. . . . . .
-. -v--- w a:r < j March . . . . .. I
t. t .SIi.Saa .v"fv dad eac.cptSuuda7.{ the. beat way t>> reach the buvhig public April. . . . 14 Sit, WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE

; a.Ifi.. T4n and thm eHtalill hmpnta have Joined There i 1& In circulation a rumor that, Ma<. . . 14 71

''Ill. 1(111I NjJII't4itm.' In rorlriljiiiing to a fund for the of Ute: Ju. i . . . 1487
} within the few weeks one i
expense (>f ado- -rlulnl// to lnduo<> bu next 'ijulv1' . . . . 14 WAugust 3l4--12uVStreet.:

;,. -......... M .. atlauiHtoHA I ,s.weaMi.Mr.I .' y ers to B" to their market' Amoiv finest military companie! I'ensacoliani . . . . .. 14 I

1._>!..' f t'vial l*...tosi.. .1 i .ViMmt-Klo AI who hajoin"'" in the 010Dlt'Ut \. bate ever seen will be formed In thhC'1I1 I September. . . .. 129October.
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. I|1-4-i. .sat dent L.rnl.:4( .. i ,i ,e11Fa. '' get a prominent citizen to back the. Notembrr.I [[ . . 11 *WItecemlwr -

.. .... ato Mia! U>* ['.rt. ;' tur' e. at the of vr+|iuim-iit manufaftureranil ,company if possible and then name the. : bid . . .". ll'll
I' "-'* Ul'..- In.' quite a nuittxr of the leading: joli{
911 same after their benefactor Th..r.1.11I e I SOt cotton closed quiet middling W.: F. MILLER l CO..
f ,,.. bera These Dt..U| are not vfi-ttms ot
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.... krriluij iljwJA to .... .. ( be men It Is stated from the t"o' uplands ).::;tin, middling gulf l. :5;'
V" froto thrT .r They are business menand 'I I \
n sentiment (Successor to EJwta Nthoa.)
I I'I IORANGES
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companies now existing and 4 I 'ales bales.
" Uw ..riJi....i ; M 1!. the realise that .bat advances sop"
large number" of .x-memlX'ni.-p.IIIIII'
4.a .ywiM. ,..,... t"l the interests of Ljni'hburg as a market 'I Undertakers and Embalmers
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. Miidi i Pr7.ictin, l mpallJ. is now pVrhapH the wealthiest foi. i. Car Loud .f Ik. frmlt .......1 t..rlea 413...12th Street, Phone 25.KIXDKK ,
Several trees
Tb
l hundred catalpa
1 city in the hou''fh ia proportion to asopu'scioe ,i \ I *.. .. a. Kxrrrlmrmt.A .
Adtirti.init rali! toady auwwn 01SDplioti the at Couldlntg arrivalhere
grove
of tbe wealthiest hove
.' and ontf slncular comilgument of produce
II nj i ibrncH and belnf. I
I from Dakota,
T LLl'il45NE. 1I1 2If{. l in Amenia $It III a manufwtunnKHand planted at the farm of'are the now Louisville and one that may be of significance to . J _. ..I..U.I' .. . ... .
.nlfOr and com a splendid trading the fruit growers of' the country waarecently
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lBfRiih'ultl.: I --I lil' ll.MNi donr and Nashville Railroad. The rees arrived of Mc"R..EE BR.O'S.'
: district, an advertising has t tI. ivceirt-U 1 l.y the surveyor
trig; 44J4 TwrUIh chari,.t. malie here a couple of days ago and 1 the of Kansas It U I
and, wAll! h$ air business or tty I port t'ity a car 1
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I Up" :' Great Those who have tested the virtue the ground had already been preparedforlthe load of manes from Japan the duty ,

r, ..UJ 'A Uli'lAtiCES:: ; of printers' ink: ran bear wltntw i planting so that the companj y I upon which aimmntiil to almost tJO. .I \

''I Atlvt/.... I .rri.. its on/lTfu" \ ( Influence on bnslnewi i I Immediately placed a force of men at t: The car armed fn'in the nordu baring I '.
t I f Port rnraKF: % work placing the trees In the ground,, of .MakeKinder
i 1'0 reached Its destinmlon by way
W which almost lirnoresllif
Misml fllf
!l| TII ( iimpm Take a to.-o
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The entire sixty tries of the Publsaonplace tile Canadian 1'ailtn railway and It.'I Lou Crates.
"!1'. I M'CTlTM !(.'a! era: rr |ai"il: if up the lush.r8s l '
Is being utilized for the catalpa' outborn nuin/it/ 'tionn At'ompanying{ |
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a.Vuu. tit farm and the officials are well satisfied It was a Jap. says the Hamws myWorld.
w? | i,,i I I:, irMU almost alas a tl|nd that it is &uft'l'nolC : |I Chase & Miami
IIUUIM Harney.
*f with the location and soil thereThe | -
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rasp. H j ir *n are .being planted rapidly Se II.-=:::::: :
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that the
O'ea...... 'i'"j' I lapern sp ..\k wntime of com msnocr of getting It to ]j Kansas
nail I 11M I If of week j
and before the expiration a '
wua..fa... r' I'' munit i i Tbry| K>io" _tbatlife and vim City is Int..tJng. As an utxlraredconxlcnment f Kincier I
Crates
C Cspal .. c? .tt.; MAPRIL f 41s|I th..n4 Tho who; never advertise | the entire tarn will be covered with pf Importation the orange 1 Lou : .

tea UsiSlt ISM.*...i.ndi.i FI I II Ilua I I I'II. 'and air it |la money ,thrown away, are' them. It calculated by the official' 1! en UK- In a bonded car under government all over Dade County. \

1 r'.a..j"> ,1.I :"":"LI"f .' :,';f'- ,doing littl'help' jot a town. They clog I Ij that within five yean every other tree, _I. But the routing through .....<... .tv. .M..tM ......>.. >. .!. .... . .......
(it
now being planted can be cut and thai. tbe northwest made necessary to'I
wheels progress.Lyncbburs \
11, 1904. | the pf, five years afterwards another attlcat' have a WIlD in I attendance to see that r -

.-::....... example! la proof of what j' ,'I the car ws.., kept property heated. To 1I
take place. The t.are to be

The outlook!!( for a larger melon I erojthtoirear I advertisinrl| will |do.more, and a* Indicated l grows and later cut for the manufacture accomplish this without Infringing on . . . . . .I. . .. . . . . . ...
I above they],want of It. They art die lioiwrtatlon laws a burglar proof ,
thai before I* Indlcatd of ties of the tlei
ever cross M some
I of
constructed In one corner
growing dally In business and wealth cage was

''TIM .nacro's nWh will]! now tw- and they ,ant the world made awar. now In use by this company mad.!, the ttr for tbe octupanojr of a man. I I Epicurean Restaurant I.

to w i of the tact of this wood have been In service It was In this pea that the. little Jap

..... made the long Journey.Oranges '
over thirty ) The plantIng -
business
Hearst 'wild andpiswllsUe When the men of a community t 30S-12ib St.
[ even failed to carry of this grove la a new departure. from Japan constitute ane I i
KanW! He did right In advfrinc come to4ether u..lYe to entirely new commodity of commerce :

his manager to let:the noisier, push ahead, theli. ,* town the results are In Southern of material railroad! and circles Its ,value but thscarcity for ao far as Kansas City receipt are I ] Continuous Service from 6 o'clock a ,unt3110 p. to. \J

it and go bark :to his newspaper generally magnificent> | Shake off your this cerned. The shipment !received la the t ? : .:
t 1 lethargy and proceed to make your service, baa caused the companyto I first of tbe kind to arrive sine* tbe -

.1 I business (known. The moat prosperous | utilize the place at Oouldlng for I Iowa became a port of entry j It to

814 Thomas Upton as baa saors Block towns In Florid are those whlchj believe this parpc.e.-Peuaarola News.See. I thought that tbe oranges have been
K. J. PEC
eNil. brought to Kansas City foe the purpose B. M. BAILSBslUm
;Infused 1 In advertising. If a town wants
Is evidently
Us rock. He
.. Cater, a prominent young man of experiment just as aj few lean agoa
"U at Ont capital and business; It most seek it I .. PeeK Q
with tie old adagq' you of this city, la believed to be a vktln. car load of wheat from Od. .. Russia Bailey

s loa succeed, try, try. asaln for be and not alt dowp and wait for It to came In and toss distributed
self-destruction., Mr. Cater was a j BitS.cras.
win tiJ1eGce once! more for the rap come. I among prominent Kansas farmers foes
3 young man about 22 years of age. w'.o YACHTS. LAUNCHES'SAIL &
ROWBOATS
'esi. The specimens of oranges arc
for .tbe' good of the sport let us hope O '
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; beet
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I has resident of this tar
a city bring and
however of Inferior appearance Overhauling
e he will MHMMd next tlme.j MR. BOWK'SOPINION! 1 : RepairingMarine: Railway.
about too years, most of the time lathe than lime. The expense .
I I not much larger a -OllAvcsucD .
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uedlnr I t" employ ofR. L. Dowllng In his of Importing I hem to so greatas
f. H. the BraMatowft ,Hon. M O. Rowe' !of De La Dd. erxt
of establishing

the isibillty
store at the West End but who was to preclude pa
Journal candidate
te a fur BenKor while editor of the Madison Rerord..r.ooe an American usrket for Japanese -
recently employed by 8.White aa
tract the district *ompos d of of the most competent In the State oranges. It ls p'roUable' tbat tbe

-. MaaalM land IMSoto$ counties. There and now a prominent business man 1 salesman in his store on Howard street entire car loud has beet brought herefor . . t t .

..F J. fro nt r oW In Florida thaa Joe of the Volnsla county capital.I In speaking I where he waa an attache when he so free distribution by the Japanese


-'& H each r pre.entl4, ssdl 4 it eevry the Rtte district would had In the of Mr.Florida Holloway'l Times-Union,candidacy of, September say- ), mysteriously The facts, as disappeared.we learn them, are as I -cno..lJI"nt.- 61e f 8317 Qarlo5palm


be .,.. ;tbe I Hropolla .. clad that t. ; i follows: I

once In at while there ran be foini; a I -I noticed in yesterday's paper that !I, It.. thought that aome affair.ol his i \ S11Q palm J1otl.
canned
editors'1 took an adverse turn wh Ida
food j aaa amongst the thoea Wm M Hollows county superinten., : Corner B
Avenue and 11th
Street.
Hle' "him to !plan and carry Into effect self-
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afford to to Into politic Alathua .
dent of county, has derided ti' I
destruction. At the close of business I
} ', Gus. A. Muller.
to Jde'a uttcomofnl campalim' Proprietor
enter the rare for State Superintendent I
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I ; I Saturday night he left White's store I

Bob 1 Darts will practically a- get the entire of Public Instruction] Mr. Hollowayis aa usual and Sunday took! a drive In United St des Senator Open all the
the lover of a.t.lf'CIu'&tor! la the State year
Deaoeraticvote of Volusla coil"itjoa the country. Monday morning at
so far an quallSt-atlo*: for the Stateaaptrntendeucy
of Maw and wOl s. I about six o'clock he went to livery Gable -
the tenth : toO ia-
; I hate knot Rates $_.5o per day a ad Spedal week 1
l goes: ordered up. per and to Com-
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Tallaferro of Hare and a team
and Cbas
., tor Dnvgheft him! permtnall and pnrfemionally, and JG. : Vote For mercial men. Large Sample Ru..n>..
TbcaUempIs to style these three frntlenea I for on not telling wjiere; be Intended '
P. 0 Box butt
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) can say tbat shoald,j'e be chosen > MIAMI. FLA.
the candidates san'. 'r going. A few hours later :]/-. ,
prpuratton kook after the State's educational Iterent I-- ] . . / ;
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fallen Bat thmufchMK the State aa.1111 Hare fearing something wrong because ] . . . .

thisfkingratlional_ district They :{ n- they will continue In the sans ''of his non-arrival called upon )fr.
: Progressive Condition which has chara : b..noabolllt. James P. Taliaferro. I -
the people's can adtt.e. candlda,cs White| to ascertain his
<;terlzed the! administration of the
'f and dbotlllPtabfd citizens of Ftor!ila ; \ I )II'. White Informed him that he had
prevent Incumbent 1 I have always
who kavV\} been tried and every public i not seen him sine Saturday night and Hotel Biscayne
been a Sheets man, but as be has had 1 '
art ut theirs has hem I In, the Intrrklof \was pun-led why he bad failed to appear Whose name is com-
Itl! for three! terms, o( will have had I
of UM people and of the Stale. Thf1rreron for work early) that morning Mr I
wen bin' term expires I feel that with
clean \, Hare then began making Inquiries' monk pronounced as Open from November I
s are be; : -
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ant ad due honor to this time : {
hlm.JI can l.t to May 1st GRAJIAM ProprietorCurncr
..d and they are the I from every source when he was Informed 1! if ,
I evei4 support Mr Holloway-s man who i tit was spelled .
the State'of +'lwida need l by n party, who drove over to Avenue D and
Streets
needs' only to be known to be honored 1 Twelftlp
the people haveif tfer'< or truer frietdq bad respectitd Mr. Flollowar's heart Jasper bloods morning and returned i .

and pihlk' Olltfals than TallaffrrnDotibert.v that night that a h.aDd buggy" : tbat MIAMI \
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is "bigenough: to 1 11..e and cherishthe FLORIDA
Ont sand l lA Dcjjand r.ec- suited his description was seen tlxd atSuwannee
youth of,iso "large' a State as Florida Toliver"5uo
or*. I Springs while going to Jasper -
'and his mind broad enough to survey
and was still there when
i he returned -
th t scope of terrltorv that would c jrmeunder \
\\- JftU FOR PARENTSaftkle ) at night "'I'. Hare Immedfate-, I
[ his supervision aod.... Itsnwds. i ;
i'i I ,11' went out\ to the Springs and tome I
I bone that thorn who have the ,
Is an In the April DellnOt.rrr the team to be bas, but Cater or his r-- "'\
I ''I educational Interests ti their State at I f --1
Vpj WJh mhereabouts could not be I learned Mr.HarJ .
oa T.wbrt inn ) pne Chlldrm: I '
heart bad wish| to see $Ihe present progressive I
RIM with i..I mtbk advki I u.bav. returned to the city with, his ... I
:_ Ij ,met od followed up, from the I I.
i team and notified" Cater's relatives of "
!nutbersome Ura. TbmAire W. Btrno;y| Keys to' the SI Marvi and from theAtlantic ,
I I I : i the occurrence. Early Tuesday mornIng J

ellept remarks abcmtof I tbl' to the I "Perdldo, will rally to a,number of our cltlrens went out -- L---- _ '_ -
1h ....pPortI
Is Of one thing they can
treatmH children that ark .'D. 'to the Springs and Masted the Suw'ant -
feel assurer, tbat. Is, there la
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Many t lirent*:will do well YOI I ta"N tbl .. .i end in nee rirer: 'or his body as It Is the! opln- I
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: more crth r or capable roan the '
1 11<>'1 rit all that he took his life hi'drowning I
+yrfSbe, following paragraph: I t i

"There ti\ one thing parents sholilreognlre latr'1 -r_ S In the river The party madea I \

I II number of dynamite: Marts during .

: That Is, their w IrbUdn DI arsrowl1g II T SEEMS BEST. I the day In an effort to ra':,p the body I I BURDIIME & '
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tip and thai''r snthoritjrj a] I but all proved fl fruitless! Some! negroes ,

spwrl grows weaker ef.1Tlay., "jhU I Th. folio.wing beautiful effusion who were "fishing inthe river below.the I : '

tbiHf tifsivuee. waxes stronger[ In .. drops from the fn of[,Editor ThomasShephert iron bridge at the Springs late Tuesday i I ,

t. ) of the fort [Valley leader"Sonirlhnes : afternoon founi) a hat floating In the pie\ QUARTERA\AN.

portion aa their tutemment ban I 4' the stream of life flow 'river which win Identified nv )Ir.

wise tender *ndju | smoothly and jc- that we White as belonging to Cater A PIMM !

hold at dlwortlarft Ira?" parental It. forget there are shoals and narrows rot men have .. staatly on the 5uitt j

allot apoo I 0 it their grows eons an, < lower down We forget even the fall>i lookout for the body up to the time i

dwtghlrr+ ibrhuch they; were ',1' and tile darHners that broke I I
ass the tenor of going to press it has not been re- Fancy Dry Goods. :Motions
children They bUne commands, crlti of our:war and clouded|,tbe mooring of It'OHr"-U. Oak Democrat In I Blue{ Serge ind Beautiful and Artistic

elSe and fled fadl. Ia.-Htl4t ai>ftrently bur exjlstem-e a little higher up the I Light Flannels for N'eckwear, also the largest dealers in N'ovelties,

that the ei-on of treinlog j stream con the soft niuslc of Souvenir
,peare POTATO PEELING CONTEST. half the regular ; and Sporting Goods. Complete line
practically ended and j and '
were It +ot content, oblivion 'of care steals

neb BHboda! would remit In njnn!, Oyer die soul I, and they! lullaby of requited ...1.... ........-"'_+-.-.y-_... ....... prke. Ask for our of School: Books. Polite and capable service. -

harm (''lIt 8 fj s.'. 1 know < ,U ij, ,love gently steals over the eyelids I. a L"... Ayer ........*. ......... T 7.00 $tiit. 1

war h ar 1 Hrp (f'ruKhleri, "...!h 11'] to any sense of f ATCohen's. -
t.aoti-flr<>. nail a u4 la {the' tlli"' .", "Rudely l we are-awakened from this odd iwnpHlUons that are held. In Ix>i>-

: arU '. ... ....n at Urn beginning of lisp year la tl"
lraih" he h.
| .41' > |1' tare | h> I11"N'r' and some drVad mishap drstrojs .
potato perl.n; contest whhh cwiws offal : Burdine &
wttboul j Joeing; i-'l Mit-. e't a. ,In nh-r* !iwlth one fell Inn op, th | fa.dnipreme.- tie bm J gturtets of a catering emu- Quarterman

diary are going} when they will retUrn adag texture of happiness! s puny la tl* east end. says tbe Kauiwa I t h

why they go. :'why they wear such a Est We wonder why so sweft an e itMencentight City lit.'. -

I....... of' some ot""* wo+sldthey : riot have gone HitBrnj employs V<0 boys as potatrt Twelfth Street. 3O8. y. ,
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kest (Bot akfe nmUrllas." ,:are they -But If the heart onlforev.t, .Inns of ps'ck.ri. and stimulate tlMir IndulOU1 i er ,

warmly or coolly .Mranju drr. .-.I.-, itw life can' throw It Into perpetual stupor the nianigrtucnt offers a prtie of $3 r I f

cuss air t. is etc tw.. despair. or unrest Ont of the (wormwood aDd the title of champion, potato peeler II I .
... .talJ1IfoI1' of London to the lad who can peel
4 r. s .11 ,... .. of IIOrrJ., the if 1
trsaedr of confidence twenty**lgbt pound of potatoes |Na the
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and life! hi .o muchi; tweeter and happier betrayed or the bard demands shortest .pat* *f tl_. The potatoes I

,In howMholda' when, there i ja .w-, hf whisperings of a higher Iltfe and a mast also be Beaitiy pared, and all"eyes ,s I i iI'' 1 1t

teal JemMraoi and where trivial peroaal sweeter content To dream and !o sod blemishes taint be moored. : 1i

ksUoais are regarded almost! P.i joy are like nectar to the soul But U, This year thirty of the smartest t..7. I I i
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oJte.y7" te the of tile
employ firm entered UM III
a.l .
| aspire, and to plan, to realize j 1 '
aadj i
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i part* are equipped with all aorta offinning 'I' Osbritlc d'.lnnunzio, the well: ''The'Ideal" !

H. M. KING : tackle and firearms. ane1' a fintlme.la I known Italian. .writer has in hit
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I Funera ; ctor, Dud Embalmef.' I Mventj-two nightdress- ,
Mra. Margaret A. Groom hai leased cs, twelve dozen pain of colored!!
II.I taco AVBKCB D.frYMpt ., her ,house at "Coral Crag," on the, sock, some of cotton and others of I Dry ,Goods, Millinery and u

t AtMJttipsj 1011'....,..* vt |T.{r phOM Calls. Bay to Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Blackstone -. silt; forty-eight p In of gloves for t

I of Otus. until Decembei Mra the street and twe: -fourpt in for Ldies Outfitters.
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!I Groom has taken possession ''of Mr.Peppard's evening dressy eight light blue para- i "

house on Arcane B for the! sole and ten green imbrellas, twenty I ,.

; THE T t week on heir handsome yacht the umber. Her mother, Mrs Arnold, of i[ dozen pocket ,handkerchiefs, 150 /

Ruffhouse, On Saturday Mrs. Whitney Kentucky U prevented from spending"I neckties, ten| vests, fourteen pair Bar
., DAILY UlAMIillETROPOLIS. landed i fine large tarpon near Four the summer with her M ahj expectedto 101> shoes, four or fire dozen pain of atnsq.I !

I I Ir Mil 1.land. weighing: 120 pounds and do by the uncertain health of her and noiseless slippers and a ;

r hflAMI. FLsU April I., IBM. measuring ( feet 4 Inches In length.On husband, and Mra. Groom has invited large number of hats, smoking jackets '
ilooday Mr. Whitney had a royal her friend Mra. Sara M. Wlggtaton. I evening tress coats, silk dressinggowns One! lot Ladies Black and Colored Kid Glove -

i, MAII.8CHEDULiC" t. battje with a jew fish weighing three late of Kentucky, bat now of Florida and other garments. worth too to $1.50 to go t. . 50.

..:.... I baD red pounds. He booked the monster to be with her for I that time. Mn.Wlgginton I 'There is only' one other man in s

.ArtiT*o from the North near the. jetties and played him on will close her house at Orange -j Italy, it is said, who hu such a I One lot Ladies White Silk Glove to go(4. 25
/ I large and coallj waidrobe and that
.. t:06a.m. rod md'reel for two hours, and finally Ridge next week and Join. Mrs.Groom I
11:2 p. m. 'had to !(shoot the big fish before beCoin In town. k, Vlascagni.. I :20 piece Colored Lawns New Stylish Patterns
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t dose for the North I I I I .be killed. On the same day his Fast Colors Worth IOc. to 12-"c per yard'

,SM i. sari son. Frank succeeded la killing aa Immense .( FROM NIGHT TO LIFE. ..... I to gt>i fr . . . . r . . . a r
J 'U i. BL, alligator' measuring 14 1-2 feet I! : r a

(! In length.: -Fort Myers Press. TIM following beautiful sentiments BUSINESS lOCALS. Our lot Lace and Swiss Curtains. Assorted '

I.' TRKWEAtHKR.Washlagtoa. --: written by Frank Stanton In the Atlanta StJI 'Vorth $1.:5: to $1.50 per pair, to go (4. 9a
Florida: ALL DAVIS AND TALIAFERROMEN Confutation. we moil willingly: I )
-For E term Headquarters fancy fruits,
ARE INVITED TO THE FAIR groceries lot Ladies White Gauze Vests, with 4
reproduce for the benefit of our read- ,Tape
Rata tongbt and Sudayj ta pouth porerice. ete.. at Wilson "Flye'a. 7
BtTILDIXO TONIGHT AT EIGHT. era. The Unei are both sweet and I IDesi.h In A and Neck to go (si. . ... : a. . 12 1.2
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O'CLOCK.ACCIDENTALLY. touching1 ofice rooms roe reaL I. m110le. '
Mazimam.SS.Minimum. : : I ;
I I quire of Dank of Bay E'sesyne.Smith's () and White and Black
The tight was desolate the wind ;
,, 71 SHOT.-MIss Jessie walled at my casement and stormedthe Li.lr'l read Ho.e Vr jth 35c:. to SlIe. (d ; . 25
T Philips# a young lady who lives stirs Restaurant opposite post- 1 '
from Hearen. Human
offlce; best meals In town. Short :
orders '
on! Avenue C, was accidentally shot hsb I' One lot Ladies W'i.tr.. Worth ft.O to fop '
Naronrowwsrosnjs ,
Lore I left me In the Valley of Despair a .padal Board and rooms by

I. TCWN TOPICS.. I JCAIVvl OBJ!Saturday by her young brother, whowaa I I as.I no Karen's In Life'. wilderness day or week. I togo (" j. . . 1" . . . : . ga

1 1 fooling with a "fan which was dot ked to feed my fami.la1, Hotels and families I' .>,
i Cs not loaded aa was supposed. Fortunately can buy genuine 9! White aDd Cream Curtain Screens '
stretched forth my empty hands to Tennessee pieces all =
M. th< young' lady will get well, as 'II cream at Blscayne Drug New l'atterDTIo Worth lx .
GONE TOJ CUBA.-Mra. pro J. upj aiding Dark and bowed my to I& to go this aleC 10
Jackson, her daughter. del aDo bfcr 'wound was1' not as serious as it ''head aDd wept There ,was no balm Company.I! 143 I! no.1 .ioi

sister. Miss Barco. of Ocala. sailed might t have been. In Gllesd-no | physician there. But Pure Tennessee sale (Once! lot Ladies Pine ;: White n auot., Worth'

J Saturday for Harana Cuba, (jsrbere they ALL >AVI8 AND TALIAFERRO :1 1the' out of lye Night and storm.and darkness Biscayne Drug, Company.I cream on I : 142 at Iroai I $2,50,I to 3.50 to go
will spend the I greater part of thepresent AlE j I beard, as In a dream, the Foot 1 Cue
MEN INVITED TO THE FAIR 'i i ; lot Ladies Muslin Underwear
week la klght-s elag. | BI ILDIG TONIGHT AT EIGHT:'::steps of{God. and Heaven came nearer 'I II I r Miami Cc CCserratory of Music. REDUCED PRICES Thi, Sale. all at I

-' O' IAC1C.L I II I I Ijrwarur I Earth and Peace fell, like a benediction Franklin Cowman Bush Director I I
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TO PLANT, jPALM8.B! r. r on my SouL An all-pervading ::5 Twelfth 'treet. 423
Blackmaa. agent, 'for Dr. 'jleary Wells.. I 'j Presenoe 3Iled all sad and .I
e j space deep -L i
baa eontract: d with the Royal Palm 1 i Pleasant Sleeping' Rooms In
sweet beyond expression was the boll my (
gardens for ,, i Urge ana choice lot of : 5 PERSONAL MENTION. Z calm. Then came a vision of the Hill ., Twelfth-Street Residence. Shower bath E. B. DOUGLAS f

palms of ra; lous kinds to !i be transplanted e itivNrityC C.itlilliV C V .i! !I called Calvary and from the Shadow etc. For rntj at summer rates. Mrs. ,

to r Well; oay frnt mpertJ 4aptsi Dick Bcldwm icares tonight i'lof the !gross there streamed a Light :i j: E. 9 Beck. i 1M ....; ,

north 01 the City. This place! is to f Tltui : that IK the may betorelme and made I 310 and 312 .
y I' i for vllle. the Bonito on which hehas Twelfth Street.BIDS .
be beantiued 'in many a fne feared 4 (Splendid Square Plano In good repair
: : the darkness beautifalj: l4 I
been this winter ,having been laid
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residence en ted there r firtire. I I'I't tO'1' for mle,{very cb&pIn.. E. I C.
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lest
speak the spell should be _
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'i Ii 'I t up here n the river for the season.E. \ Beck 18' n j, __ -_w
with all Its great unalterable ."
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1 I V. la-kni4n, who returned Fri- ; DeaL But soft streamed he Light -1 r WANTED. .1 FOR RENT STORE ROOM
, A nNt1 RESID :C .--The frame Call at the,! Racket Store and see Tenders are requested for the deilteryon opposite post-offlce, now occupied aaI
day froN usau, where he spent ser-i'! and the Vallej of the Sh dow of Death
work Is up for a fine, large w \ story I !j their line of ladies' crush "leather beltsat the beach at Cape FlorId. In rl :ln-.Ia I I bicycle store. Apply to 223 Thlrj -
oral daydellghtfi 1 11 loud In his praises of the was not. and all the and the billows -
residence on Elerenia street near the waves 35 and SO ",Dta. fly of Old Town South Point dteentb j street 195
: I rfiarms and restfulneiis of'Botio of Life sang: Peace-eren the
First M. 4 Church, for Dr. L..T. To,,'n- wharf of twelve hundred tons nstlre,
the plac Peace of ; .
which
God panseth understanding
t send, of Boston. Mass. It \II. a.dentoodI''t j j LARGE FURNISHED ROOM rock la pieces not under fifty pou ids.,1st.. If you want lee cream that la gnod
f the fouse will 'be lease* and or- I And In that light, farshh.log -] with electric light Apply 2J4 Fourth Work to begin not later than May I t and pure boy It of the Biscayne Drug
S. Dean
rdltor of the Palm from the Cross, I walk and walk..'! I Ii
copied by1 )lr. Mitchell Dwell the Beach ws. Is In the city today at- forerer There Is no darkness now-|(,'i street I 132j and completed by August'' lit 1 04. I, Company. They.*% Tennessee cream.
known lawyer. Rejection of any and all bids reserved 10
tendingCommlu he meeting of the Executive there is no desolation; and snrelvlj' {,
I 1 j VOTIXO CONTEST. by R. M. Munroe.
.
e He rays Film Beach: Is aImOf' Heaven shall not deem wbei i
COLD IN KENTt'CKT.-- le family strange I1J i Every rubwrtber/ to the Dally Metropolis 203 Cocoanut Gro t, Fla. CARE OF HOUSE
rot d for Darts : WANTED.
( and Tallaferro. -
at Its rates I knock for the
of 1
' glory i"
'f of Mr. S. T. WItPDtoO recel' ed a letter { ran al 4 some deserving young I I'I 'one desiring to hare
Is with me here and Earth Is bratitlful I.': their faralahe4
" him this morning: in which man and omaa In securing a business I
; from Mrha awl ,.en. A. S. Lennington. who sad Life la Life Indeed. 11 ChMbtrmald wanted at Bay View i home cared for during: the summer for
weather lad been extremely education by using the ballots to which
f the
be ea4 that
,e tief D llring near this cltr forsome [ i'Hotel *II;> tbe use of a portion of the same, mad
;, old up there the thermometer .' they are 'Entitled on payment of sub.serlptionsl -
, tin e, hsrlng a nice little codntry FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. communicate with "H care of Metropolis. .
register)i g as tow as 22 (degrees one .. I iI Rea our offer on sixth NOTICE I
I, plo r, !leif. .r| tonight for Lake Charier .
; morning He like Miami better than .. "b..,.e they go with a view of lo- am a candidate for the position at page. I
_ ever and is anxK s to get bark although delegate to the National Democratici I I FREE
, 1 1 rating, t| FURNISHED HOUSE The Miami Transfer Company SCHOLARSHIP.
t R will b4de! lined some time 'i tI Convention at SL Louie Mo, for Sea- i -
at'' hereby, notify all merchants and others
I on Tenth street.[ for rent Apply
coinected 'I. '
with closing '
by the s Hairs -I, / +:: 41. Britt left last Sunday for and Congressional District. I am permitted this office. that they will not be responsible for There are many young people fc

" .p his m rther's esate.'I. |', Boyntentsererst on the East Coast to be gone to refer to the entire Democracyof / any debt or other obligations contracted : I Miami and Dade County Interested< I*

I ontbll. Mr. Britt hash con- Orange county regarding my standIng i LIVELY CONTEST.One in their name. ( learning book-keeping and stenography .1
.: DIED AT UTTE R1VEHL-Mr. Joseph (:'tract' the Boynton Parking Com- as a Democrat and If I am for '! rote with every tea cents paid 196 MIAMI TRANSFER CO. and the Metropolis proposes to r

M* Hamfltot. aged 41 years, diedat pc-njr to ake CO.4M"I tomato crates and tunate enough to hare your aid In):, for subscription to the Dally make It possible for two of them to

his home, |atj J Little Ricer Sundsy I, JO.IIJW( blirllh..eapple c-ratH.-An-adla New Dade count at the election, t shall,! lis welch can be used .. Krlror-I: i 100 TOMATO PICKERS AND TEN bare a chance without the cost a

sight He leaves a L-, wife!, and six children i I I greatly, appreciate It and can awnirei some worthy young person's way PACKERS wanted at once by Easter- i,.single dollar. For full details (! .

to DIOUrlal"j 11rnm. -- Mr. Hamilton |I i David Taylor special agent for yon Orange county Democrats will also] through a correspondence course In ling Brothers, Cutler Flat 190 plans see the sixth pegs 'of this pepet.BOOkSELLErf .

hoping to regain :, the S4Mi lB.' Tariff Association, appreciate It. book-keeping' of/ stenography. For full I I Ii
his health. [JMjt I like> dreadful enemy. At'anpnrpcj (5sIs in the city fo the Very tl'1llroun, i,
jOf particulars read the bait-page announcement FOR RENT.-Two new. nicely nnalsbed i,
t keonss.ptlon : had keen with him too ;! \ )f making a special larestigatioo D. N. Bachelor. in to-day's paper. I cottages. '!Apply to this O'oe' f
long Mr. rJ R Amaaon his brother- at to the conditions along Insur Winter Park Fla. 202. I

Iala.cr the.' bereaved family hare J I ante;1\\..... Mr Taylor will report and CHEAPEST PROPERTY .IN MIAML I ,
the sympathy oi| frlendsand| | neighbors. It to bbptd[ that some lessening of ntH Mr. E. T. King of Fort Lauderdale, For rale at a bargain, new two-story A fine line 011 laces and embroideries

Undertaker W. f. Millet! sad charge of will fwilt appll. d half,a ton of Mapes Fruit and house of eight I I room.. and three' lots. I at The Racket Store. Our prices are ,

-the remains. The funeral;, waaj; held at I !I Vine to one acre of tomatoes, after So. 221 Second street price. $$2.630.. one- Iow<<.

the Miami cemetery at |l: t today, Dr. M || |rand Mrs. Walter C. Fogg. .r. the first picking:,'aa aa experiment, and half rash balance on mortgagel; t percent I <

Fulwood officiating.: and '4Irs. H, W. Davis and Miss got over 100 crates more aa a result- one year or fire. Inquire of own We nse Tennessee Cream In an our :

i Blanck: a Tottng. will foareTMsdaJ- ever (00 per cent OB his treatment I Iof er. lee cream: and also have the plain "
MYER8.4-Mr. A. | H
RUTFHOUSE ant:family AT hare\4say hav morning for a week's cruise among tht ISO. ....:- It always pays to mas]'tot E. a Lent. cream OB sale, at tai 'Bteeayse: ('lUna MIAMI FLA. "If'

K.tag Whitney.poet'to the1rty! a put fords Keys, ;,Boa the fast alqop-yacht t tII Kapa 4&I i 217 Eleventh Sinet4 Coempaay.. its ;

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BOTIIIXG POETIC.
f rir HOC A HARD HAVE. r,. STAGE ICE CREAK. iRtilf

: i'... ... .....T Dv..e.' .. a D.ve sdtlllse SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.The .
,.....: isdje.l.swbt abe WM evvu..1 M.. .....Ir Dtaencl. It ee4 All stlahl te (.. Aadteaseoatu -. -
$b I I Att.eu., .." la ,t ba- : '". M Aeelaeal let It UBliss four frreate.i ne..f. oft;re.re-
1 a..ya. ...w---. t a *. grain; coal iron and lumber are the
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J --,- I !Some men are never poetic; other {ones which the I'ntied :States would
ftrraoaa are aw.re Uaa the 4 lose their poetic "eniw with the en- The "make believes" of the stageare beat be ablr to '.1'1.1,. Clubbing Rates
Chia laafuage Is dependent 1 on in- I ternarlimrnt. i>f_ J....r.. At least thatU'lhf not so easily detected now aa in The yiarly gas** earnings of tb.tni.rd .
.tonaUoBJfor I, the days when Mf. Joseph Jeffersonwas .
| its meaning sad that a opinion .I j i m trt>a nom pa.t Stairs Steel ,orja.retionare.p-
alightj dif ercBce in' toan 1 may ay" distort (fmUlilff life nays jhe Oik-apo ("bronhelr. beginning to earn his reputation proxiiiiilrlj;: equal tothegrorsrelenue 1cicala
i r a person's, aaeaain) that a'rourteou'saiutatUm I The ..nl,. trouble with a man ia j i as an _actor. The S.'urk limes I rece\rd; by the L'nitrd Statra pttverDment. aT ,
: war br 'ur.edl..a,,'that he !1.>...-.'the; .......tl.i<\\r of hit 'i repeats one of Mr. Jefferson's stories I .
ea_' regret, the Mew'VvrkHeraloV 'I' nature .. the roll by." she of dramatic "business" i in the earlierj F
for aaya years r.i i; Se ent.v Vrenrh lrm' manufacturemotor.seJand
I marked.uw: tnl> je.terday ray ]1 j days of the Walnut street theater i ia thrirconilHited outpiMlait t g The people of Dade County will want all the news

; A yovna woman m Kin Francisco.ho husband touk on Ithe far-away In .k. 1'hilaUelphia. There waa a scene ia .venr ,,,,- ItoiKir,r*. The! iN.r, this year as it is to be an interesting one be-
11 ..,onr.... it tn-aUnl 11.. Htliirhtful the course of whisks servant was sorater .
had become I.ttfta d IB the ChjBese mutt > em] totf] I'"''.? "orjkittfn. earring: oa of the elections.
ho i ,"la when be! all ht. t. rnta j with lights. cause
t there went to oni o the mm w >N put j I an : ve-iif. fon: :i- "ch.I {
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owned a paper IB which le wrote boiaChinese tutu filing "" l"i. cbannir.r I was Mn those days." says Mr. Jefferson, rgr ilepiwlta of flour .nitalilt> for +
t and KnglUh elU; >risH ant land how all his l rife .a* wrapped| up "sea Island cotton was stage Ice Iii.) rn.phporn.; .-*H. ft],..- 1_* Hir' I
asied him to teats her ionie phrase ''iD me. Mi\inr il |lap eoratanily and cream, just .. molasses and water "..H.-" ill".' ..,..-...... III I nr-oaly. track National State and County I
": When told that the"K 1I"cuuioieaf with aa many ....rh.'inll'$ tariationa waa stage wine, sherry or port, according expert rrlert| that T his.tone i i. far.... '
C 'something'like, a amaU library or !(a. eveo a w.ira.ini! eotiM. drj ire For I to the proportion of molassesi perior' in quality| II the I..... litho- _. .
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two of reference books I he was about" a lung time I watfbrd him in kiene! The actors wre seated at the grapl+.., ttone heretofore" know in Eu- -- --- ---
ready t. back out. H ..nr. be.ogaauove (Then at lot. unable. longer to Leer table' where they had been enjoyingsuch rope. i I I.. I
t the. ... .... 1 softly ached 'What riands a. these and their"dialogue .
to l,ara e en |la few tbing I'I' .ppn. : ('''''..r the headlnr, "\ Xew Herman J: The Metropolis /
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E I. about the BJJslerWua people! ah4 undertook 'are you thinking about.. dear *I war making' the ery best sort industry.ermn that '
|i.a/rr..tate
a Us* >air two i the>fung waa litoiiilerln. ?.' far answered 'If I o? an impression on a crowded 'hou.e. the manufacture oil! glass is --f..
., I -.I Bois I i I Untnihln't. lie quite j safe in lea>inr| off "Then IB came that maid se'r\ant rapidly de.elopinf In quart that eeuatry.Quarts Has perfected( arrangements whereby it can 'offer

1-. Friends of hers,soon joined the tins |i'mI. unilrnfear.: N..w, wi a't 'with the wal>l>liet; sort of candelabra. glans eoni.t* .ciitially of such attractive rates for various
sad they had 'a merry ti rue. ,I. I I that .poetic! Yeti that ame let n.."- The scene was so engrossing that melted quart and is translurrnt. "' newspapersthat
: I ,Jierfectly there should be
for
!: The fast young'Iad1, being apt at ''laittic man ia bra,e enough to rotnI I I she was scarcely noticed; ; but when I no excuse people re- l
I learning new things: tlx Wlit <,he wa..1 I[plain at tines th,l ,I have changed." she set down her IxiMrn, on the table The membership. of he mied MineWorkers I. maining in ignorance as to the happenings of
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belter p thin the wa.E'sea meet Goa aria./ 1 toppl.il ont and of Americs. II- nhown I..mI the year. r ,
i Iw.da1 put the ice cream in a l.la/e. well, thentire
iar the I
teacher "k I IteMtrrloaeaftert -
I the number t the
ahn
T'p to now. Itritlin retains [from Konethird paid per capitatax
> t.o 2S per .nt. u the total trade ot 'I and the curtain -
L It was Wtk u..u'u.lronl( .)rnre..lh.t yet tome within 1i.1f of biB remark of the orir.ri/ntion. Last year itirraihed RATES.The
she. 2M4tr i..... ports afierM>.>a"iB| a' : Gen j CULTIVATION.i %3:.<**>, while this year it i. .
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rable jwrrntage.rarea a
blithe; [I........ eau ..pi.ug OUWD''rll.any, with nea I ly II je, .....t.; SUGAR-BEET | .Iti. 4W. .
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from tI.-'.:uu>t't.a tti.Urct. ; '
lest fuel in freight locomolit-en In
; France claims ab'iut nine
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"Wal1 s ta d 'II ) ih.r;i[ fl cannot '{ttw I'nited that .....ur..al ptfr! rather; I Tae rd, the f.ev.t Deelee .. >...
I lei ,.. p. Mj i Cj with.iHeipUin- I more than nine pr cent. If; we alt nreqto t. TaHeel. __tsdmtrr.1 I 11110.. .....1 )>rinir pout. the ...... ...with One Year
I a Irene\
lag. I Yon! 11! ml j .p| said 4 i ;clod d4y to''the, output of tb< eoloaiea the! Krit I I I Khifli-b: : coal. T l atoid the eipt-f of; and I
... but, 'nplrnii. \j wry black., hand .imro." [ j a ', of the 'trade of the whol the worn owes sugar. its eey existence Industry to now. nt'troy with an e4iial| wrifrht of Daily Times-Union $10.00 f
\ ,,world cowl. and the mixture has proven ... _' ,
I a tiiaemery of Vilmorin. The orif
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.r rna b.s rewa.r. .ti.fa""r i \ that It is to he.tried on
1 More tbaa a'+ratiary: ago the trnr of Pltarea..a t1ae1N Dtse..r.d.Pharaoh's tail snrar beet grown in France did. trains. pa1senrer Semi-Weekly Times-Union 15.50. I
I :I in talc not contain enough sugary' for coin-
being buried at ve frd to tbBi'at < talahli.h.| charitt whichjbe Th. 'haje of the redder of a te..1 i ieem I
I la Oernta i rttle l of 6lortaery at Thebes has been di.tr.eet'rd in I !I mereestate. a writer ia Succeis.The t*> 10. of more importance than I'* Weekly Metropolis with Times-
amount of Semi-Weekly}
-.io..| .. I perfect condition In the Valley ofthe sugar could be easily .
<< rr Ill wl k-h>a Learn]MJ iis plaredia ,ha. I.,. generalle.uppopr.l. itjwri-
determined in the .
heel [
ritches.beg bin Union
TolU".f thf Li"lf.t In making ,
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the hand f I ,
vesper ;Jn Mp rejeat the the '1m.'a i in Scotland by J. Foster IincIndicatr -I : |2.oo,
with the !tomb of ThotbraetIV test reproductive Dualities i.
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olamr oh I tV th at SudrirnIValhi" of the ; :that the rectangular form ha. With Atlanta Journal twice week !f
Prof ttrmtardel, AeUr"i that which U nearly 4.000 years old. plant were .1.' '. iiratrnycd. deeidettadtantsgr'| a. it preoents a { $2.25

.there \fa BO iraiKavim pi, rrrorrt . ever be< u aajrwber. i t
all eons i'iun. and requires -nisllrr I
I' HEALTH IS YOUTH. plant and hy sclrction awl trial .
ea..1 w I. I..... Disease and sickness Bring Old AgaHerbine breeding grew a plant upon which curved-h.-i., fl I
It 14 BO* ''ii{ the Called States ."the great Industry 'is now founded.V | Old subscribers must all back dues before I
wlfI '. row blade ia aa effeetite aa the hroad pay theycan
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also Vilmorin
owe
that ei& Ir a. utt.rrtaingwaatity. the !
Evei ia ,Spain the paradise I taken every morning before I|(I ...rro.rl.b.... which was present Dot It., one,while it can be set more rapidly. '9 take advantage; of the e offers land l cash,
.el eaten breakfast will keep you la robust : log mora than atloiD. in advance must all
lei they hare a proverb dry hard.woody {I. accompany orders for
that J1a6 teloa U like gattiag health, fit yon to ward off dlataia. It root until for the stomach nf .I, these combinations. 1 I
Married. eurea eooatipatlon. billiouaneaa dye a sheep or a C'O".r' after year II ,
{ I'i. THO BTr'CL MAN. I pepcla. fever skin and Urn and kidney -' he sowed I. a bed and carefully ex- : HAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. |j. I
ADDRESS
M. U. A stli.j, of Wlxcheaur. ndJ eomplalBta. It parlflea the blood ) mined the every best. rm*. Hy seleetlng aeedfrrJm Thft'e'f nothing like doing a thing t tthoroughly. |
plants for the
knew what to 4o la the how of need' and clean the complexion. Ura. D. new Of ail the Salves you ever

I His wife mad Miek aa caucus) eaae a j W. S.lth.1aI l1J. Texas writes Apr.I. j> snore sowinghe esh and produced.less wood.a carrot The honteradish with heard of.. Bmklen't Arnica Salve ta 'II

< stomach and liver trouble phystdaai Itl1%. "| hare aaed Herbtne. and And ; the turnip,, ...... indeed the the best:;[ It sweeps away and care Miami Metropolis.

could not help her. He thought ol It the beU medldne for constipation notato, tine. were' once plants with burns, sores, bruises, cuts, bolls, ulcer
rind'Mel Dr.! Klttf New Lit* Fill ,and liver UblIt will do ail you thin dry, woody .roots, without the *, akin, eruption and pile*. Ita.j

1"; ail:;she got relief .at o.oi sad waicored. claim for It. I cam highly recommend least gTeatkm that they would only 25c; and guaranteed to give sat

JOtUy. SSe at aU dror I If 6fci! a bottle. Sold by Red Crow'Pnarmacy. 'II tier 11M."develop. laM food. for man or isfaction. By all druggists I
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NOT1CB. lor lected. The offices: ot seerrtary *r
Florida East Coast Ry. I f treasurer. In the discretion of tb I II I ___ ,r" MIS
To AU Whom It
May Concern:
board of directors, may boo filled b, Mr*. C. Peterson es Lake St.. To- Trade Mark !
Notice U hereby given that the undersigned :
LOCAL TIMECARD io.53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904MMTNIOVNttUf one and the same person. The naniei' I peka. Kansas says: "Of all the conch
I Intend to apply to hit Ex-
of the o !cert and director who) an i ( remedies Ballard'a Horehound Syrup

wrnnotnw-tui BOWL UP. 'cellency. William S. Jennings, Governor to conduct the business of tbs corporation i la my favorite; It has done and will: i I II
1 ;i of the State of Florida for Letters Guarantee'S
ae,M a. ? .n No.2t N.M N .Tt Nw 74 Ns..MIM until thoa elected I at the i firs: do all that la claimed for It-to ape d-
Dally. IMJ.y. telly.ITaTKmi. Iwilj. IA tly I D.u7. iMOl/ D l1/ Patent on the proposed charier election shall be qualified! are Thomas fly cure all coughs and coldi-and it S

I--. .a kwn. Ar e W s..e TUp ': hereto annexed: Costigan. president: Edward uirke.,, j so sweet and pleasant to the taaU" Written Contract11
-.. ,ea a.. J krtw.. Lv ......I! a *t7H t i4I -. S
.,-- /I 110 C'- I- M .at.A.ga.an. .M a s $ $3 a 00 ... This 21th day of February A. D. 1904 first vice-president; John: F. C live,' 1 *5e. SOc. $1.00 bottle, bold bf Red

..--r.U 7 11 .tiJa L1a liMllnr*,. .. LaIts as i $7 l3 144 p -- I EDWARD BURKE second vice-president; S. L. Patt -son,,'II I Cross Pbarmaey.GRAMD You !
JOHN ire tt-isfttd fr
... 30 $ le { tliSr fcII wsAr..Palat\. ...... Ilse 441 4L0 ... F. OLIVE secretary and treasuie'; sud TbdmaiCostigan He It tot j
a U Ma I Ua LV.-P.hatl i Ar ,... TOO* 1 ( UpTtt .! j THOMAS COSTIOAN. Edward Burke', John F 1 Olive j
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-- 731 flip JArftaa NalcvtLvMaLTMaiial I.>a ---! W. W. ERWIN. W. W. Erwin and S L. Patterson'I,
putt oa
oAr TUa T.ls Tllpr X71/ : MARSHAL DONE FOR. you top
S. L PATTERSON shall constitute the buH of director t
..-.--. .. .. .. liilpYit't LT.. Kwa. LT .... ... ...... 4 44 .... ... I f telling you at the II IIHe
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Ol .. ....Burn*:.* ... .... y.. I i j, The organization aa-l first annual: r.... Tact ..r M Dt...... beMs. bottom,
i IMpwt.... CHARTER. I 'I ... ..
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? if tL sUxkhoi. shad beheld .1.1 This i
itl ? meeting ; M
:1P 1 .:Ormomt. flta {iis 24 4 $ Cta: }
I I tufptf wash it dk.
.... four
.... 11 $11 ? 1 w .: I The undersigned TbomaaCootlgan. H.eNI. ye.
.. .Up"i'ii 1 i4$ p p : PorlUraatv Iesy tom. d..1loa a .we. I$34 0 4 Up ;: persons on the first Monday In April A. sire ID _,a"l'i(

1 tu'i'efj M .S-w Kmrn I01 ........ :< Edward Burke, John F. j His oIf"ce ;.
-e. Sup a. 4 Ma'I'M { lUplOlp .... Ou"el I D. 1904. in the city of Miami Florida. ,, \\'hPD po..r-drIYt-D vehicles shall Tears rtgtrdiag fae1.
,,, ,,,. 147 P ... ....Oak Hill... ... .. t 0 { .. I tl Out .
W. Erwin and S. L. touotf.E.
.... t i7 II p ij Mr ....TltllfTlll.... 11 19 a a 1 -....... | Wf Patterson 1'the principal place of business oi have auperwdrd hunw-drawn vehicles
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-- 85 hereby associate themselves together j jI I : entirely, as no doubt. In the not far die and tee :
...-. t 00 .ekl.drr. 1 0 said company, at the office of Cra-
-. .. t $ ft p :..Lae O.III... 13 3 II r rI I for the purpose of becoming Incorpor- taut future they will hare dun.** said
'tfas Erwin
-. -.. .. tY 8; >0 ... N.Ihn.we.l : ..... 13 Iii ... ham. Patterson ; and thereafter :Mr. Goxzletun. according to the New A. WADDED .
.. ...... ated the law
lip .b.vars. ll4a ... under of the State of
the
--.13 p .1.. -. ..J.ftr. La..X. .. .. ..... i' Florida. :i on first Monday in February I York Sun. what mill become of the Real KSr *
.-. 4 17 l 1 L3 r t4 1 41 .rt 1 tern.._ Mr, .s l' *'a' UlOp .... j; of each and every year. grand manbaJ! Will anything be de- toI & L'p-.
/7 .1 ...Ttlb.fa.... it ,. .... I"Jt .... .... '
-.4, f ,.?... gdea.! / ..... to os .. .. The following la the propoaed charter The officers and board of directors shred that will enable him to shine wit Office First Mat. Bail.. Hiiij. FU.
._. ... ..nwnf... 1 flr ....... I'Do .. I for Intended ,
.... .. .:-. Up K4 1.* .. .... ..rtJuplnrr..... / !0 e R ... the corporation: ,' of said corporation .ba* be elected at I ui)thing like hit present gluryT"Now. ,
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.. .. .H P 1-4- E.4 t is Article One. The name of the corm the annual meeting of the k-I a broad bright-colored!: ,
.... .... 13 P ... .. i 43p first sto>: -
ita Il i6 M Olp 410W ralmtusfh 10p lOIOp Seta.IOU.. poratloo shall be |the Dade County'i holders, and at each annual mmtlni; lash worn diagonally atrosa his manly
( *t l / i $ U 045p 440 ..Pal. Sr.rk., LOP 10:0 V IU s il I II I nom. and with a dahlia-like rosette TWO IS ''BSTTM 'THAW
.. ... tTM j Title Insurance IIl Trust Company, i OH*.
.{/"*' .. ...B.yttoax' Ctp .i of the stockholders thereafter or if In hia breast h rides grandly!
1 pinned
BstMM .... lit :.. 7 .: TKl .. ::: with office Dade I upon --
....... .. nEii .y. e-1 Laad.r.isle. { {P ..... I Is / I i principal at Miami any year no regular ancnaPineetlngI : :I at the head of tbe procession mounted Here's pointer for the Marraorouk
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U III P Hslls.ds' 144 p COUDt'.$ OrldL 'I| What would traders! Yo
Cat* .. ...- p .. tmMi 1 11 .. ra ....... iiH I for any cause: be held they hall be, on a borae. a proceaaio want to save money
11. Ms 3110 a41 Ar .Mi.ml .i. 410 740p tit.. Ilea 1 Article Two. The general nature of I elected at the next meeting of stockholders -, be without a grand marshal and what .and, .. we know bow to 1 belp j you. Wa
k j the bualnesk to be transacted shall be |it| would a marshal be without a borne! nz il so you pay a ,little Dor ba
Tiala A*r.,4 stop at *tatt< 01l'1len I
I the Insuring the of real estate you wauL The price of tb Daily
pose.
I II hones!
CoDdcnMd Sohednli Between Jacksonville and St Augustine. j mortgagee, and,, others Interested | Article Six. The highest amount o' "Hla prospect BOW It dim Indeed: but oei-n rimea-Uoioo reduced and to the Ciiisen following has recently,

.tl* N. s..tTt.w 1p4'N.; .4f ",i'iii"Iiir IM sttN..u4 IHW In real estate, as owners, locumbrancers I, Indebtedness which this company may I let o. hop that when the horaelen rbree months..... ..... | "1M.ixnualb *

T* !T. AuwnrmtB Dal Dslrly n.i.l I lastly M r>.i<. g.Jl i. I/ Duly a or otherwise against loss by ;', at any time subject Itself 'l1* one-half' I.U', shall! actually haT eoma. some -. ..... .... ..4..f-".. SM ,

L*.J. ks..lil._ f!!" I00 1011 tnp1 iipAI. reason of liens Incumbraaeea or de-I|)I of the amount of It* then fully par.; i will be found to preserve the Ose lMr..r.. .. ( Ot .
.N .. IMp e M 210 t0 O 70 the glamour and the glory ot the (rmnmarahaL" We to
Aagsltlas. I p p1I pT. I festive title; loaning, and investIng la capital stock. I I propose tend Joe both tlM
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aily and
tuwsrmiTtlMKSOWIUI tl. M ; {,( .aot rtf N..71 of money upon securities upon It* : Article Seven. The name and re- Citizen and Sunday the. Times-Union aa<
I"P+ ( I call I 7' u.ly IMly I Uy i| MsTBorou tor:..
gl own account and U agent or trustee I Idence of the Incorporate of the BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. Six month. .............. t... til*

Ar.lj..ka.tU.... iij M M :lp 7upI7119 for other persons; the acquiring boldIng j'[I company and the amount of capital : One We*will ear.send._....you... .the....Seal-Weekly...1... llf
using leasing improving and 41s-
| stock subscribed for by each
: are a-i Imeediately relieve hoarse,] croupy navec-Unlon and Citisent, and
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Th. Tollowinftitnt Art TnronfhI. Pnilmaa Tnloit 1! posing of property, read and personal t follows: Thomas Costigan, New York cough oppressed, rattling rasping Mrraorous:

TAINl HtrtkN TlANt1'us. the accepting and executing of trusts City, one hundred and four (104) and difficult C Six for: .
.Pt w$5N..rk s.d!tl It-Chirac.A n<. M* SWtiI breathing. Henry months u... ....,|I... f 1 .M
.N.$4 w 3y-e.uIMnti Plat mat I.02-t'krear.sad Florida Lla,a4 { pursuant to orders Judgments: and shares; Edward Burke New York City Stearns, druggist Bbullsburg. Wls, One jew.. .... .. ............,..._ i 04
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u O4-.b. M Flora.LI.it.A -Tb Florida Unt'ed
decrees of courts of record and by one hundred and three I(103) shares; writes. May 20, 1901: "1 bar been That for M 'eealt more I thai ,...
1 TkM.tralas ar i..4.t F.l I Man Can and strm mt tar*will U caari.4.
4 *-s/ .os.atss ap.rata .a tbaaa>.mi a a waick a.sstr.w Ms$fan la aaar xl. virtue of devises and bequests; acting i John r. Olive New York City, one selling Ballaid's Horehound Syrup for price of the dally you lbst '0 papersand
for fifty cent .... the
as agent attorney-ln-fact. executor, hundred and three (103) shares; W. two yean and have never had a prep ular of ftC' .
price the ,MnIOPO..., JOB gW
AJTTOM BJTJUf OH. OKAJTOK CITY UAJCK.p.lll
I administrator trustee, aaalgnee, assignee W. Erwln Miami Flaw seventy-five aratlTn that baa given better satlsfae be Semi-WeekIyTi.e*.Union tad

ArS'K' t Daily hall I Ds11 'hftO.. p:I K.4IMly I for the benefit of creditor, receiver (75) bares, and S. L. Patterson Miami. tion. I aotlc that when I sell a bottle Grower.Citizen and the Farmer and FraH

i or guardian; and owning and II Fla. one hundred and fifteen they come !back for more. I can hon I
> Send
too I your ubacriptiooi
to Cask
.....:... IP f1.L..x.0.yee..A t SO1Ro OP operating abstract books covering la.-d estly recommend it" lac, SOt; 11.00, in advance IlL .
5/ SImplM.4Le ahareLTHOKAS always
MO.raL.M, .. ..... M. ll esL..Oun, my _Art J j (115) at these price. t
__.1 r.Ai111s/ IIM(*> 11 4toj Ar..Or.City J... (( UrtllKSULAR title In Dad County. Florida and I'/ COSTIOAN. (Seal) Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. I'I'd1l' T.. Mrraorous ..

Ras P.17 sal! M >. the making and selling of abstract or + EDWARD BURKE (Seal) Ytamt. hCooley' i iT
JUTJ'OftD searches of title I
D.fly I Daily Isp therefrom. JOHN F. OLIVE, (Seal) -..- f
..l Three. The amountof the
Article ]
W. W. ERWIN. (Seal)) r.Jrr tales .$. ...._. I
M. 4 0 p M .......---.......- -.+..-........ .,. ... I t, sop capital stock shall be Fifty thousand S. L. >ATTERSON. (Seal) iotatnre ,
M.si le- .-J.i..k : 0 tlf If that lonr-: wireless else
p P ;::::-==--:.:: .. O OrJ.i.- .t:=:::::::::.:::::: 1 T M p p dollars (150,000.00). divided Into flTeluI'dred One photograph proves a reeaa.saya I & Homer '
M -.._---. ..Jtk.w ................... 1 t M value ....
3 M 41 V .. '0' ....-....-.k.wt+.-.......... .. T M lip share of the par of STATE OF FLORIDA. tb..Ir" Urrnrd-Herald. '
One hundred dollars ($100.001q eat it. a choirs! nork of fairy taJM will be *

t AND OCCIOUTAL TEA $HlP CONNECTIONS AT HIABL which shall be payable at the;.option COUNTY On this OF day DADE personally: appeared be put out 'of-bu..i.-.... -Tit Pea! Estate ail Reitat Arm

of the corporation In cash .... .. ....... -- I
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ILlS SAO At BUM WITH truNSNV or TNt P. a .. t. L comnn FM prr'pi'ty fore m* Thomas eo.tIc.... Edward I: !W rka
real or personal, at a lust rilcatlon Gambling among American workmen List Yoor Progeny Will T e i. .
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HAVANA KEY AND NASSAU. Burke, John F. Olive, W. W. Erwin,I ra
WEST to be fixed by the Board of Directors la alnitMt{ unknown* rnmparPdI.ltlt
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and S. L. Patterson to me well known the 'VariM- nil in Greet Brittle oil

Y"-_TlM"- _-v tile vwhich t v4.. ear'- *SMrt 4 to arrrr*sad aVparlIM of this _pan.at a meeting called U the person described In and who' says tb. UiMMly commissioners.I' A ... piece of bay front property, ,
bad .... oust,.r t.l.e.I.pa.asr.a eb.' auwd la awt Rsarute.{, for that purpose. with riparian n< W O.eps.y .r tt..if r..p.sMb.I.l. d.t.y K say. ....... tag iL rs.s2C.prsfticsLOCALTIM subscribed their name to the foregoing -I miaul walk of the baainrMeeotorol :;

Article Four. This corporation shall articles of Incorporation as and FRIDAY LUCKY DAY. Miami being 160 feet oa bay art ,

: AiD.rOtk.rIafora.Uos continue and have full power to eier- for articles of Incorporation of the I I too feel deep bating a lot of fiae

: rise and operate its corporate franchises Dade County Insurance andTrust G.rms. ..........e._....... P1.me .. bearing treea on it This la a tae* -!'
-BUC ''THI TICKET AGENT." Tits .. P....,,,,,, .....r.. place for a winter borne. I f privileges, and I nmuni-
I powers Company, did !severally acknowledge ... I ,
.T.D.BA AM!. O.n, Paaa Ag. nL" < ST. AtJOUBTlfl I *, K A/ ties for the term of nlnety-nlM 139)! that they executed the same I t'sleekr German bay.A 328 Trclftk Stmt. Silacr'Black t

,ea,. from and after the commencement for the purposes and use therein expressed i I patient investigator MIAMI FLA. ;

'I of Its corporate existence i with the natiooal passion, to arrive 1
> at fact, made careful record 01 j
I Article Five. Th. business cf this IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have [
all the grave ace rats in Uennany
I BLACK MITHINO, company shall be eondacteJ by a hereunto set my hand and official) seal J'.r the last 12 month*, report the White Eagle Bait r Shor. :

.;" <<. Wal'on.t Carriage Work board of five (5) directors, a president this bth day of February A. York World., .

T. B. Haveirf I (Cindo Repairing. first vice-president second vice-prrsl D. 1904. One result U tbtj complete rebabili- Four Chairs. No Waitiat;

I j Brazing and Soldering dent. secretary and treavrarer and any (Seal) J. W. HORNER. | latH.n of Friday w' hirh'i. alm.Mt ..(- Best Service i in the City. <
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.rk FiratCUaa.K
A .
!, puarantved veraally regarded an the
other such officer .agent or e"'Jllo'lII' Notary Public In and for I unliM-kr day I
I I | in the wrrk. Th. ;ernean.* tati>tic" A. COLBY. x Proprietor
Shop 800. Avenu.e D. as may from time to Urn be apvo*nled din.the. State of Florida at Large show that Monday; dvmenra that nn- 302 Twatfth'StTMt.

I ._ | enviable di.tinc1i ...
I : -- -- --- Of the 'tots
I Ii I of 9.MH acridrntn. Monday heads. the ,
i j list with 1.67.'il... Friday hasfewer Clubbing
M.J.H Donald I
-. '1 1 .- t I than any Other day of the .

I' I i week.It .
; SANITARY1PLUMBING! i I. probable that the superstition e e Rates.
S E'AB'O A.R D about Friday. ;in largely rvupuuble for :

andPLUMBERS' it. gxxid .bowing.
I You
can save by sub
money
I '1 a t It in generally .uppn..r<| that next
i the scribing for the of
i to Friday moat arrklrnli orrnr papers
Air Lin i on Sunday, why,
Railway : SUPPLIES pmplr areilrlilnir. riding you want through i
: boating riling in or .i| and nt.....i... rxp Ming
I FOR Cleveland r.4 A
lujtlt <
ucj 1A niMltr.nto aiTHlrnta, but the German The

All kind of wheels I destroy thi belief. He ,..oundt '

Savannah: CD umbia, GaraJcn, Southern: Pines for sale 05 rent = : next to Friday Sunday. .. frw

Raleuh: Richn: J.1J, %Vashintoli, Baltinure, I'I'fhlladeJphill. 3l 1 crib Streel Ilzm, Firs I rr'arrhlrnta the week. than any a other, day _of' Metropolis.

New, York I II' We can give youDailyTimesUnion the

-.- i A DANDY FOR BtRNS.
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i, Siaobard Ndvv York Liivlited McNeill & Co. Dr. Bergin Elgin 111., write: "I Daily Metropolis lot I

Seabbard Express I I Seaboard Mail I hare used Ballard'a Snow Liniment; t i o.oo a year or both

always recommended It to my friend,
for six months (fix'
u I am confident there I* no betted ,
Puhman Livery Feed and Sale Stable :
J odern ..Equipment. 1 made. 'It la a dandy for burna.' Thox .0O'j

a........, 'f.a Y' t U.1.14! v'-t It,1 .'cdl'.I..I rill.. 12th Street West of KaUroad. who lire on farmi are especially Habit *
01..._-...oIl(. 1'. .,..." .ir.4. -r.. ........ .. ..i.l ax rvsti Sr.r..pNawlr.. to many accidental cut, burns brulsei ..
wY'. rt. TU Vf4 '.I"COo",.h*..ri i Ht. 11 ... I
*4Jarj <..ese4M.Li/Frsd.tly.alw.k. : a.' i4Ullllr..l.. ......B.ltM4ehi; .."CQ.nt rk iira>,a IjMltn 14 p. We have gentle horses.l.brokt' for ladies to jride and drive. which _heal rapidly when Ballard'iSnow The
i I I II Liniment to applied. It should ,

j Only link n p atins;; 1{1 < ail)' j through j sleepers frt m Good Comfortable Carriages always. be kept In the house for caaet' Daily Metropolis
I of em..rtf'nq'Le.! SOc $1.00 bottle. I :'
okspnvjl to Orleans ;
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'I I I I First class Teams, and dw For ale by Red Ck-ora Pharmacy I' ana \


I :; j j 'I' i Reliable White Drivers."Florida I I I SemiWeeklyTlmessLnion' "

For full i informal jo i n.I! sleeper re+erationsc.ti!ern ny agent of tb .

Seaboard, or writt i I ] I

II ,. ,. ..... ..... t.'f.'.... Bush d Safford

A. O. McDO: NELL, 1m. seL PISS inBOYL 1&1.JactsoDlilIe.. Fla. THEIncastrial I i llf, Twelfth Serve $5.50 a year! 1


S3 6 TON. Jr.. Pass.l Allt. Pastime"l Record j. I'' Weekly Metropolis and Semi j

I 'Yeekly'Times-Union' both

___ u __ Publishing Co., 1 High GradePiano's
Wriiour ilw ..."llcotl". of a _..il.n, >IU.irainl. faaillraraiiwcf I one year. S2.OO. J
FlarMa M_.._M4R............ It IWllllMM.ppo. witlc.ratrnamiar. .. ,
4RAHAII JAMES M. JACKSON': J.. .3 L !*M a dull It.. ,. ta. E4IH-4 kr a cnrva af cowipnrwl mr ... w,....,,.. Half tna I I I4ctar -- -
WALTCK PATTERSONt ... .... ... .. ...
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kaa4w rawark la f la rack i. H>rk to .1.{ |to !
jest, rnsPre..ee.t I See'v aa4 Trca* and. nM hW.....e rery kua .. fapMftfiua *fM f f. } .1 I ffdoL-Tar R.ci Cwap..y.aprcta to..... Ikto pabltratio Vila a kmivM 4
i .-cri..I. %;e..0...to...;. :._.... T..1oM the foll..wiat .Itoewd.sary ,I AND ORGA4'S.Simplex .
weer ia aia4 "?a liaitotf llia.i rill I.klaak kafciw a4 and ka ladaMriaJ KaowJC
JackamiTHlT.-with*MMa aim; aa< yos will .ka e..eeo far aa.y>ar-.aakKrr i h.. MeComb, Proprietor,
bade
County Abstract o. re4ptma n.. w-id sir ...- -- --
_.'ia. 1MMM.bee W .*... w. Situ ir :Siaa.cvl aa4 rataratkia '
aaftkrmlar a.....1_.will. ..Taoiwaaiail a*, 'I Pompano, Florid
I I J --tetF) a kvavtifal litfcasiapkn. Piano Player.
L CORPOR.tTIaSFWELL
.i _--: ..rifl.. ta Ne1 aN .1100. .1 1<1"- -
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I .,..tatlvesrrs.djFlei.a.twssw.flw ,..... ccommodatKma
'BUILDING ; i __ for entlemea
MIA JI. FLA Ca.h or easy payment.. Old instruments oalProd
Industrial Record ..eJacbonvlle taken in nee buyers and ao.licitora .
; Goinvtn exchange.
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,, will End that they can
j. I FL.I Tuning and rcgnUtingCall
I -- corer more territory in a da*
too Aanractl. M'110& _., 'I'tt.._ .. and inspect oar fine stuck of from here than from othiL.
'--/rtJ'. .._. ..._.__,......:. "" .Ss .,..c--.. d..'ac..a new food poi.t oa the line. say
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i, !i The Comptroller of Currency has made ano'ther upon National Banks for a report of their

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

I!I'I I I ; ..1 I Bank at the close of business March 28th. 1904. I I

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I i Loans and Discounts. t $163.955 Capital J Stock j .$100,000 oo

::1 i t Overdrafts. . . . : \. 250 l8 Surplus. . .. . . . .. 2.00000
;- I U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation... 25.00000 Profts
I . . 1.569 72 ,
I I I i! I 1 Premium on the same. M ., . .'. 1.437 5 National Bank notes outstanding' . je.'ooo oo :

I I "" Dade County Bonds. .,. .].! 5,00000Banking Deposits / 26207091

.; I )I ,; House. . ..j 41,21413 1

: I. ,i U. S. Bonds owned. |t.: .$56,625 00 I I Ir I

I r I Due from Merchants National | I

'I I I Bank of New York.,j 19, 15988 1 ,

: I I' Due from National Bank of I I

i Jacksonville . + 18,39946 i '

: Due from Mercantile Exchange 1 I

I' j Bank of Jacksonville 7,33613 :

11 ,' Due from Trust Companies of | I ji I ,
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i : New York. .:. .i '7.50020, f I
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:' f '" ; r Cash on hand (in vault. . 3 .263 8 53.78360 j
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OR NO FENCE. | MUST NOT BE LOST BIGHT OF. I .
FENCE ,
r"' jMBiaBar *8WNe3wr>3* I i One of the features oflt&t prwert i

1 ; JAJRRiYAis.wV Likely to Be the Political Issue UCadadea "(politic campaign within: the Demo-i nimmmmninimmmmmmmnimmmmmmm I I IE
LHOTEL- a'fc A'wawX fr r I County. ;icratle party la'! this State la the fact
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of fencing or not feneIDC -
The question
SIBCATN&I I ? contests as those for the United 3t
; W. KJ: Reese .dford. Pal:; H. G. roperty la Gad en county against I States Seratorahlp and for the RC- I IE:: -:: :

;. Berry, Baltimore; Lee Roy >tfyera. Sa-1' cattle and la order to protect crop,,I cession to the gubernatorial chair soil -- / :-:: ",

..Allah:! Hj 14"ic0-" tams, Miami; J,I' will likely be m.leMve In the '{lone or two others has long been of g 3 .
hllaJetphia: Oeo, M. Rob- I primaries In that county. The shun- the keenest nature very little atten l
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; W. Lion Is unique and Interesting and tion Is given to other offices perhaps t:: :::
A I Croi*ant. Bos- 'Iii.
|Tli4lt.; I promises to cut quite a figure to the equally as Important.For -- ::: 1i.: -.
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:t' 1I&aa,1 C. lawful'J: ; J. M.saakl :::election. actaace at the primary electionon I1 I- ---_ ,A.
J; ,;t grad( on.. Coo ;i At a meeting of citizens held inloutncey May 10 four justice of the SnpreuM 11 1-== r '_ :::
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: turd. N. M. W. (arphynd party I the folio*Ing resolution were court* are to be[nominated. Judge rt. 1- I ... -
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: ; T. R. pas rd: Fenwlck Taylor win be a candidate r ::1&& "
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W.I I "Whereas. A great number of the for the full term of six years. The candidates 3 ,1 3
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f rOb citizens of Cadcden county an dl for the three place on the Supreme 1- :::
Ham' 'U'' i 1..atIIIIIPd with the present law requlr- bench added by the ratification,
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STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
v '''I| lug owner of growing crops to protect of a constitutional amendment In Itol i ;
: vni V E1-4: j such from the depredation of ftalmal. will be voted for together These thr? I
| Mrs .7 Lei+isaj Mrs. B. W. Colt running at large and are suffering a positions are now held by Judges T. )LShaddeford. j :; ZS:: Please consider: this ':fSrictl: CoafideaW
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grievous aDd onerous burden In being .. R. 8. Cocknell and J. aWhitfield. -- -- I

;.- Miss. Ky.FkMsneeS j GeoJQ.. 4 Campbell.owUngCrests Butler West' Palm and forced to mild and maintain, fences, I forej the primary. who will)/ be candidates I I II be- i We Guarantee' \ Our Clothes. 1I 1 I

: Beach; E. ]T. ,.,Ior. Oeo. B. ,-lalde7. "Whcrea. The scarcity of timber la I The greatly Improved' condition of maim mmmmnmmmmmmmt

., Vrbasa. O. j II i portions of this county suitable ,for 1 the Supreme Court's, docket. which boa I ::! "
t-- I fencing purposes Is great and steadily I, resulted from the arduous and Intelligent I, ::: ;:
:>/ SAN'CARLOS I | I Increasing: and labor of the' justice,. ls the highest ; VIA words I 3 .
.1 Lv A. Showers: Tannenvlllej' N. Y.; ""'hems. We believe that the principle ? testimonial that omi d be offeredto : want to say a few to you and we wish_you. to

>k J. C. Hoff,|Pougkiepaie. N. T.; ". involved of owners of growing their efBcienc ane' ulll doubtless li i consider them "SrRICT Y Co\FiDEXTML."for we;do
Gardner Nassau; C. E. 8ta ord. Rut- I crops of being forced to protect their furnish the Democrats f pc' Horida abundant E 'Hot wish to injure the feelings of our competitors What/we :2
Jacksonville crops against the depredation of animals reasoa for taking\< asufe la continuing -
; land- Vt; F. Barrett Danla;, Mr. and Mrs; j running at large, mlschleTOUiso4 u Justices ofj; I tielr Supreme: E I wish. to say is this. ::
k. M. W. $ I
; Indefensible.Now I I Court the present wel -t.W sad din1 E 3
t, John W 0 W. E. aNew 1 I 1 :' "TiiE SUREST WAY"of being, satisfied with your suit
be It Resolved tlngnlshed! judge R. FeBwIck Taylor.
t fork; C. ft, ,Brannlng. Tlturrllle; Q. therefore ''x. ,: ''E i and getting:: your money's worth is to buy it.jhere. We 3
That the question of betherthe' Thomas Sbacklf'for4. Robert S.
II'<'. 0. Rambo. and ijrlfe.,Mootrtomer7. Ala. crops or the animals la the I Coo-krelllaad[ J. B. W kltfiekl, who will: == i I don't know a single customer who is sorry tha : he traded 2
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I r'%: -' territory hereinafter described shall be candidates before the primary. I;== here but,we have seen a great many who "\VI$m:() THEY -;
: I VTB HAV THEM ,HERE. be ,, fenced shall be submitted to It li Irterestlng to note also that the: i : ;
e,,, I all.,. duly qualified county and SUM ,, pre e"t incumbents of just one-half: IE J'All. I H
'' t.A Mar. : 1 electors, who are' freeholders, at the ,< the cabinet hate no opposition. So l I E The reason? Our clothes have individual style. They rs

-. A sponger. '! I!primary election to be held1' on May :| valuable! and satisfactory have been, f are made:; by the best makers in America. They bre differ3
I i 10 |1904. That the territory to which f[the services and so be records -I Ii
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A smart alec.Aglr1 = from other clothes The ? Well I it is ==
j i who cI they!question shall apply shall be all of i of tromptruiler Aj. C. Croom. 8u'* ent you see. price easy
A wteither pfrA poetLbocho 1' that part of Gadsdea countr lying Treasurer Wm. T. Knot and Commlsioner *., for us to discount i any prices in the city. We are! showing a 3
feud. east of a line drawn due north from of Agriculture B. E. Mcpn thatit I
I Suit which is sold
a- Fancy Homespun at $8. So, everywhere at
i L saaa who k _1\4.!! (' I IJackIn the!! head of Rocky Comfort Creek, to appear certain thef t will be 1 rewarded -
L Democrai. the northern boundary of said county by Florida Demo rata by nomlaa-i E 1250. ::::

.k few more 1 wfera, than Is needed of-badadeD. and which lies north an least I, loa without opposition on: May 10 for:,! E The reason? We have too many and they must be 3j

.1 X boy few who meddi ci some ts up:la women.'chnrca. 'That of said In Rocky the event Comfort a majority Creek. of ,tire the four-yean'offices, which term begins jla I '.their next reepec-t Janu,j I' sold. Our $ I o.00 and $12.09 suits are by far the best to be 2

I'r<;- -"thing" that I stares it women. I|frefholders duly qualified aa electors ''arr. They are Alt useful men of the:,IEi had for the price. We carry the largest stock of clothing in =3I

A stock law ttat la dot:enforced.A :u 'aforesaid, shalf vote la favor of highest character and have proTeojthemselevs i' 1 lade County and can fit and please you.
widower Who Is i 1 tcJ gay for bis fencing cattle, that the members of worthy of the confidence; -
alga : i' the! legislature of 'Florida, from Cads ,i
A'lew men who make, remarks about ;I den county, shall j f at tile next session H.it it{ i c-:" :.::aa: :.:a :.:a :.:a :.:a :.:aaaaaaa: : : : : : :.: :.: :.: :.: :.: :.: :_::
"...i' I thereof be requested to Introduce a : That Hon. W. EU1, candidate,' f ?; ;;;I ;;;I '., 3'"
A few who: kiow "w \\a raa the affair j I bili making It a!law that owners of tot Attorney-General |jis a popular man!
the { cattle and other :animals shall fence ls proven by the fact [that be has been

fi'i_ i every A* grown of tIU1tJP&: country.yoag ...J||l whoA laughs II.I In and' above confine described.the I same In the territory endorsed by Executive every ;!!Committee member of Thlaj theyDemocratic I I( JOHN S SEWELL BRO.' |*

girt Who jgoea | o p. postofflue... "Be It further Resolved, That only also show the nigh {esteem la which ,
every ,time I like Wail :;*ome. ... whlU freeholdersduly qualified naderj he, Is held by the ones that know him,
I A eoore rf min with the caboose oftkeir ( the laws of the State as electors I best Cadsden county to ',aolld to a F.EIFE FFEE: F EE f; EEEEFIcE: IE:

,trousers worn nioakk as| alas residing within the limit of the territory man !. favor of hi* candidacy and win = :::
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A Baa who visa wnej Moss talk sad above described, shall be allowedto go)to the port with his name fresh In '
; laagha aloud when ... says anything. participate ta the said election." I their minda.-Qmlnceyj, Herald and Era,,! WWWWWWWWWWWW1 1UWWWWW1U U1U1UWWWW1UW1U1U1UIU1U1U1U

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