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

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HAsSKlN*. MIAMI FLORIDA TlfESDAY APRIL 12,19O4., UJShrllta Price 5 Cents
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Vol. 1, No. 104. I i .. \ >* :



THRONE I WATCHED, BY GERMANS.. A $4500 LAND DEAL FIGHTING STARTED- FOR WORK' -IN THE SOUTH. GOOD TALKS 0''


INSPECTORS '
They Want to Know Who Will Succeed I J Catholics Illustrate Their Plan for

f to Grand Duchy. Mission Work.



APPOINTED( Important Berlin. April questions 12.-before One of the the German most I Marion, French I of Iowa Boys Three., On the Yahi River Believes the I I sionsry Washington conference April-at the 12.-Catholic At the ,Vnlversity ml*-: LAST NIGHT


IHibllc lit' pr'esnt! is who will succeed:I Business Blocks. Japanese.Scraps Dr. Kirby, professor soclolOfj -

jo the throne of the Grand Duchy olOldenburg. : 7 at that Institution, discussed soi- to

.I--- .I :! clallsm and analyzed Individual cases :

The prevent grand duke before lear to show the effect of) the doctrine on I

lJy'the Democratic I lag for the tilted States, caused a bill worklngmen. George F. McKay who Second Meeting of the
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(County I be introduced in tbe fldenbnrg diet Sub Made TnTWdh fo surety of J. ?. Ran Cctnrred" between Satji ni was once associated. with the Work ofDwight

t enictslthat,| falling a male memo tatula Ct.-TIle Property ; WIJI-C<
Executive :Committee 1 4er of the Oldenburg family the right t I Catholic church, compared the Cath- J.

I IMIGALTS .l succession shall pads to Duke Er- 'Wet Located. i, Maadarla, -Russians DwToklo. Rep.rt, olic missionaries with those of other

._ i test Guenther and of Prince Christian,. r i- denominations Her. O'Qrady. of -

rho have prior claims are 'utterly ig,. if f North Carolina discussed methods of

Gored In a utterly opposed to th ; training for missionary work :In the j
way
SUNDAY MEEJ fundamental principles of hereditary; Messrs. .1.1''. Tatum t: c4.} have Just I I April u.- -1t is.belleved'herdthat ,.. South. paying: nigh tribute to toe people SEVERAL NEW MEMBERSi

d',1Ied the sale of three valuable lot't Pt*>tng has commenced on the i
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i iJAad ii monarchical government, nod therein of th.t1J0II. I,
,I II to Marlon French, of Iowa. Two'of' Tain river. It Is known the Russians I
be no doubt that the bill Is aimed I
i these lots are located on Thirteenth occupy the right bank of the river, and ONE ON BROWARD.
especially at Prince Christian who b I
Street opposite Hafan's Wood-Working while It Is doubted that they will to _____ t "
.Its Results Up** the Actions accused of the unpardonable offense f l Ai Invltatioi Extended to the Two
- having become an Englishman.is shop sold for R. W. Parsons, second able to hold the Japanese In check Sidney Herbert Amused br Candidate' I '

of the Coominee-Another Meet- I viee-preslden of the F. E. C Ry. Com there is no doubt but what they. will Maritime Ignorance Gentlemen to Whose Intenst the 4.

''paD,. The other Is the old Metropolis offer opposition. I

Iprl1' 21st CP AGAINST IT. Avenue the railroad observers attached \ -I (Club Was brgantod brvfted to
.bkj Wl be HeM oa lot on D. alongside Foreign' military 'Sidney Herbert, writing from )(alt.

r track sold for a B. Tatum who purchased to tile tret Japanese army have been Savannah
Fla to the has
land. News
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One 3/aa Attempts to Fight a Corpora- Address the of
..ip ;no Wdch Date Candidates lion It when he first came to Miami, directed' to bold themselves in readiness the following criticism ito make of People Maal- ;

from tile Featherly brothers. The three to move in a few deys. Broward's book.
far 'Offlte.Lii IOu BrJ to B6 "jPlttsburg.! Regular Meeflnos buy Monday
lots brought $4.500. and tile purchaser
"Captain Napoleon Bonaparte Bro-
.' April It-In an equity:
.>as secured bargains as all of themare HATE: MET IN SKIRMISH.
NlgbL
-h of
Voters ward. Jacksonville of the
cone suit Bled In this county court tadaj r one candidates : -

.Election.'I Harry Brown, of this city, seeks tc well choice located.properties. and particularly gays Japanese Authortles- at Seoul Today for Governor of Florida", has f

published an Illustrated pamphlet of -
. I prevent the merging of the ear..heeIpluta .
the j jDWN'T his life service and political views that
oij country and to have th KNOW SHE WAS PULLED. -IoedQ'-Tlte Japane authorities -

T.%* ntmtlnt>ws called to order by conn declare aa alleged merger *f th here nay' there have been frequent to a 'Iterary curiosity: and "Our Bob' The second: meeting of tile DaYI -

FH. lathe Fl ty ball Miami. Keystone1.j Car Wheel Company wit Railway Company Attached Pattl't skirmishes : between Sakjn and Davis used It In' his campaign to keep Taliaferro Campaign Glob wan held U 1# _

rin, at US n, n>, JIa7.11. U04.Th the National Car Wheel Company Illegal Car While She Sweetly Slept Wljo. Th main (body' of tile Japanese his hearer In n roar of laughter. Although they Fair building test night with gulfs s
and<< void under the act of Cou- aa old sailor and captain of ,
following ambers were present srmy Is In tile neighborhood of WI- a good attendant of members and a '
the famous Tare Friends blockade
grea* approval July It, 1ao. London April It-With the homecoming aJ. while, six hundred flat chested Co-
-JoIIU, number of nroUd.
>> new ones wr
In parson or by proxy: Is runner to Cabs he call the revenue
Th suit entered Brows '
by aa t L
of Patti. who from tile moment reaD inlisatymen:left Seoul today fHamJaI1ul.l <<
The called to order byPresident.
ions, Potter. Lymaa. King.: Bari.Tiler stockholder fa the Keystone company r Cutter If cLaae,the M a'"efJ tint*. meeting was
i of her arrival on tile Lacanla: has been and other frontier province
.
.! T Bylngton and the minutes
He seems to have forgotten that this I
tamed
Buteshsw.-and 1CtrIaDaL.1)poa' and as defendants are th* Keystone vowing that!! she will never never, In tile district of Manchuria to keep In rend by Acting Secretary J. K.Lnmmus. :
cutter was named la honor of Louis
motion Mr. Bull was sleeted Oar Wheel Company H. Bran set foot on th| sell of the United State order bandits who constantly embroil After tile enrollment of
MeLaoe of Delaware Secretary of theTreasury
I dais j resident agent of the state olPennsylvania t :
noting eecntar7. which has glen her a profit of only with Chinese settlers In he Tames region and Secretary' State under new members President Bylngton ad-
of the National Cai s
last r (40.000 on hif recent tour comes a couch 'resulted already la ..
Th mlnntes of the ,meeting. were 'Wheel Jau President Jackson." dressed.the club beginning by thankIng ,
Company.ITISSAIDBANKHEAD little rhlch shows how PaW diplomatic representation from China
story
the members for
- selecting hint a* 1
read nod approved. -- --
was ed la her sleep, locked It Is :considered doubtful of. hese the presiding officer and assuring them

'I'The call for primary ]was amended / np for debt released without being troops will reach their destination as ATTEMPT MADE TO. that h* had determined to pat his 't

is follows: ; In the slightest degree aware of tileJ I fears an"expressed that they will desert heart, abilities sod time Into the work
i See offldal call on third peg. .
fact! : In hand. He urged the members to t\'
A motion was mad br Mr. Klrlunan i Will G i .
The 11Icld occurred during a tour .
'I commissioners DEFEAT j i. ASSASHfATE j stand by 1 him and to do all iu their
to .nominate county DIMES THE REPORT. ]
managed by Colonel Maptoson. The
... power .to aid In the of ._
accomplishment .
_lien of the school board,bydLtrlcts. : .... ,re. -- --- 4.- r
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colonel -was rprtoedafter'partng I -I
& : waila l! d lleatAlclftteoUtoi by a rL:1 It Petersburg.; ;April I%.--General PREMIER.I the work before them. He spoke of the .
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? i tile train to i cev* a "stand ad de- ; opposition and the which
activity they
H for Pfng from Mnkdea denies the report fJ ,
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liver" demand 1300 as a special fee
were displaying. He called attention Vj
that
A. commonicaUon from n meeting of I : the Japanese advance guard has I I

candidates, held In MlamfMay 10 1904.>> !, for running PattTs special private crossed the Yale river and engaged la ::1 -I f to the fact that they believed In the N
the
sleeping car ver line.
i observance of tile "letter and spirit of Tfl
I skirmishes with the Russian troops.THE .''I I
read and discussed by.Tarioua candidate : -
was | The colonel had not 1300 In the r the lawso .j.
I strongly that they were .
before tile'eommltte Finally Birmingham. Ala.. APrlIU'T'' Furth 1 r j world. I 1 Barcelona April 12.-Premier Maura F-
{ willing to violate the higher law ufVemember
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the following inspectors, clerks and returns .1 j The merciless COUNTY COCRT. ;Wa.. attacked and wounded today by I '
was '
from the Democratic State pro rallwayjcompaay\ ; the! Sabbath day to keep! It .)
polling places were decided upon forth 1 asss>sln armed wlh t dagger, while
stow the ; of the, brought up the sheriffs seized Paul ." He rt
manes that majority 1101, referred to the fact that : '
fallowingprecincts.. saloon and sated both into' a car Several Suits for Damage Cases Disposed ieaving the palace of the Consul Gen-
I-laaPeeton. Deo MePherson. delegates'selected to be State!; convention of.by Judge Heyser. taal. Senor Maura the political meeting held In this city
wound
is
No. barn, the iron gates of which were : | Dot cooidered last tuiay! night was the first to far
Ernest Stypman. J. M. Ennls; cleric.I :favor sending aa nnlnstrorted del- closed. r Mrious.
I I In the cum.:t? ci:.-r' ik.s .norcln 'A as he had peer heard held In this cityon 1'1
I Hi. W. Benny; polling place school egntkn to the National oonveptbn.It And Mspletoon was cnerpikr. to : !: Senor Maura has Just, returned fromRequiem
.. the Sabbath and Intimatedvery
... I I jury awarded to the plaintiff the sum day
--. the mass for the repose of the ,
Is generally understood bat those rush off to theater to raise the.
of $1877.14 in toe fait of the Fret National : utronplr! that the people of this
No. -IuspectorI., E. Edwards J, B. In advioce to take Patti out of ( repose of the soul of the late Queeo' ."
who favor no Insructionsre also, money Bank of ForMa! vs. W. K. Norton county will set the seal of their disapproval -
Islar. Henry Brooker; clerk E. C. Mllr I I Isabella and was entering, not leaving j
pawn.
Lchool against Bryan. Cleaveland anHearstAdditional I _paiL ?.*00 nineteenyears upon such method as that
lee foiling place. bouse. the psi'ace: when a youth j
; By and b,. Jn the brlgntncm of the ,
Judge A. E,
In several Heyner railed
other suits by the same ova* upon
No. i Inspectors H. L.: HUller. L returns from the sixth! cmgremimal morning she awoke declaring that she of age. named: Mguvl Artao. ap-I 1
I Pontiff: pleas, wrr withdrawn and ty: by the' chairman to aldreos the meetingand
W.' ; N. !H. Butch: clerl J. distric show that tie apparent : had had a most delightful slep. She fTTOrbH shooting "Loos IIn'n' -
Chester t the; consent 3t %if rarties I'O C'eI'Dfollo"Ine t be responded! by making a splendid -
W. |: lolling, place club majority for Congressmin Bank- '| hd dreamed that the f' rh-s werewatchUg arcb)' ail struck the Premier In the i i i which
tc Jaf'ndants will pay hese speech was well received! by
house. chest with the dagger'! wbch he had
dead bad been materially redu -ed from over herji [amounts togethe- with all toMs; !| all present 'He' began! by sayng that ,;
No. -Insp4ctorti.. w H. Cox C. A. i The week's business through Canada concealed In a handkerchief.Artao .
J. F. Cha--te *T."Z: whatever arguments might be seed la
what It was last night Bank iea4 appears I
hail Jess Daagatry; clerk. Cnllen | more than set Colonel Mapleson on wa Immediately'selxed and I I
H. B. Myer. }$4O; favor of tbe primary there va one '
Wee;I polling playschool house. to have carried four lountles; 'legs that were at of I Imprisoned. The Premier was able to i J
any stage !
never H. F. Inc\ :",, sn H. : thing at I least against It. and that was
No. I- Inspectora, J, E..1( Chambers Hobson three and two are a taD olr. his career very staHe send a elegram to Madrid on the attempt !' the '
J. S. Pet1105.. .:. bringing of the judiciary into poll-
J. B. Taylor. |f. 4 4 McRae; perk( H. estimate shows Bank, on hs life.R10iEFELT. t
The *
nearest now In tics. This Watt to be
Yesterday the case of the Fin'Satlana regretted ax It
Bodges: |1JII"PIaet. school ad1e. 'I FIRE RAVAGE IN TEXAS. I
I'I'P. head's majority In the neighborhood Bank ft Florida vs. the Da- seemed to him that judge* should be
No. tVnspectorivl.. ICs_ #. Jno. Houston Texas, April 12.-Fire at IN ARCS.Ile .
'of four hundred with tile chances 'that ala tienenl 1 &le rcl ti.life Co., asnnipfl allowed! to keep themselven free from
..... R.r.] Saxon j deck W. & McKlnney today destroyed business -I

-snmis: polllrg place, 'HArde '. :turner returns will reduce his' present property: with a loss of wo hundred $%60.10.rerdlt'( ( for f 158.04. one aad Miss Alice Burlesqued\ on BerI the. entanglements of partisan politicsand

8ton.1 Cttrded the pUatiff lln Stage] believing this he had at fret
No. 7-insp eetors. Rj A.' aJorIt,. thousand dollars. The Insurance win I
I I Tie cave of name lr.lu ff vsj; J thought he on nt not to
L. a.ckweu, no OrNea1' s....:". amount to $150,0A0.NASHVILLE. [ T.I Berlin April 12.-Stage representations attempt to
r" TStranahan Cl.allle. *! 't resulted ,make a political 1 speech. Bit the other
; polling ;- 8tranahan> I THEY HAD LIQUOR I assnmi li..GO. Ma I of President Roosevelt and Mire on -

balL mistrial. Alice Roosevelt were l Introduced to a t hand he said that It was the duty of
sew HAS BLAZE. '
H./ Padgett 1.1 F. And oa That Account: Harry' Burton 1 he cane of W. E. Norton was then Brlin audience las nigh In a farce j every man even 'to the minister of the
No.Inspectors. Nashville April 12.-Fire 'I
R. Cothron 1 And E. F. Knowles are in Trouble.Harry today partially taken up and not beng finished at the I'ntltledMad Year Metropolitan." |1 gopet to Interest himself' In public affairs .
J. Ivest efcrt.
NewlM W. ; destroyed: the sock and hree (
school house. ek.se of the day !was continued1 untilfhls The president is reproduced as at I to the end that good men might
,polllmg place tAra l and E. F. Knowles story building of Warren Bros. dealer be make
Burton selected
morning and then disposed of ; to and to execute
Pardue. anabove and
I/-Inppertor'tt J. 8. A.W.CI'omartIe. \ ]! rough rider Miss { Alice with a' riotlaws.
a paints and oils. The loss will be .
the two negroes capture Sunday b) ststed. I He launched
i decided American twang caused much out Into a word
J. 8. Peters:; clerk.. J. E. Insurance"
M3.00. fully covered by
Pndleton; polling' lacer school house. Deputy United Sates Marshall Q J Tomorrow the!; court will again take amusement Tbe police['prevented the picture of the condition of tbe Stateof

X'Osborn.!' J. Rose, will be aken before Commission I, LEGS- lip the criminal'' docket severalj cases use of the name Roosevelt and the I' Florida a few years am and bow It
No. 10-Inspectors,
Uj er J. [,B. Reilly this afternoon on echars I I Remaining to be; disposed of. j management substituted tbe name "Mr hat been opened up by the cotnlna ..otraplt.IiEIs
M. Burdlne. Frank Jaudon; Clerk )(. R. 3424ay. Mortgage deed, John ZI1L et vi. to '
,
of violating section ; and made
I and Miss today what It Is.
Washington.
i; polling place, city balL ,I C. L. Hnddleston for $300, lots 4. S, 6 1f r I,Our
Ing U their possesson nod disposingof I i THE BUBONIC PLAGLEJjlaglng I own people had been enthnsed and
Ne. 11-Inspectors. ?-rtPM- i Iud t
7 block 117 Del .
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|tl lquors and also with smuggling ray.Mortgage \i-'..-- I awakened by the developments made
i ; LETTER FROM MR. TERWILLIGER.
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cock. John McKlnsle.: J.! Galloway; j! 4
A the time of the capture the men deed. John' W. Erkkson- i Is Lima, and Qiiarantlni+ Win by others He referred to the fact that

clerk Fletcher Amery; Doping place., had tnj their 'possession a quantlt, ofram. and wife to First National Bank of I Be Ordered. I Hopes to be Able to Get to Miami Next both the gentlemen In whox interest" :

Old Hardee hot sae| ] .' gin and ale, and since then be Miami for *2. 00. 'eighty acres In see- I j I New York. Apjl 12.-The Herald correspondent i Season. (his club Had been formed bad! been I!
No. 12-Ins' irtors, W. A. Cooper, J. I
Stlaehouar I nan found more of the same stuff la tton 36. township 53, south of range I at Lima>,, Peru. says twelve Tbe following letter was received by 'conspicuous In ability towards the ar- i
Oeo. W. J. i :
Dougherty 41 east
; North jUlaal. where they had It hidden new cases of babonlc plague hale beenimported this morning's mall and will be read 'rompllshment of great things for Florida I

dark Oeo. W.oodle'Noodle; polling place." Captain! Rose has s strong ease I Mortgage deed (France H. Ten I there since Sunday. "The lowest with Interest by the many friends of I and that because of then .
Brown A )( warehouse. Brook and ezperl'I.''I.
to E. C.
''I s against the! smugglers. and if held. I husband Ramon part of the Wty will be closed: by the writer here: 'bore they should be kept,, In th

No. 13-Inspectors. Henry! Gosmsn. which Is very probable they will betaken I for f 100. block 70 less lots 4 and I. and !quarantine and all communications be- : Ellenvllle N. T., April 9, '1)4.1 I n..... --- --- ,'

Ernest Mall VflU Anderson derk), c. all of block 7L 'I'
school to Jacksonville omorrow night Delray. j i ween Lima aadjCaloa: forUldden.f : Mr. B. B. Tafum. He referred to the Orals conventon
[ W. HID; polling place, house. and Deed. P.V.. Walt to Mary Wilson of IS88
confine there until dlspoeedj of i Dear Sir: I r to which he was the reprenenta- I
No. 14-Inspector*. J. W. Saxon, W. by Judge'Locke. for $75.: lot 25. block :M North Miami i f 'DETAILS I l I,(! tive from Dad.
; | SETTLED. While deprived of tbe privilege of and how, on that oc I
l X. Blaaton. WI|| H. Ristraak clerk J. Warrantee/ t
:
; Captain Rose deed. Fort Dallas Land I
Is of the opinion hat .' New York APril 12.-The Republican Miami residence the past winter. I casion. Hon. James P. Taliaferro wu
| C. Holly; polling pine, school house. Co.. to H. W. Russell for $100 lot 6 I I have :
.
the
then 1 smuggling don State session guiding and
jconsderable Convention ,ln todayat : greatly enJoedthe weekly coming of ruling spirit! and as the
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It carried that
was mot
d11.nd names book
the along tile lower coast and he is determined 45 MlamL j j I Carnegie elect delegates] to the your excellent paper. I notice my: temporary chairman was able to so
11 i candidates for nMtnbers of county Deed Mary F. "Wicks| al to Esther'
', tobreak It up. -1 Nalonal Convention, recognized that year's! subscription has expired so tak splendidly set In motion the convention
executive ClOallllJttN lie placed ,losthe 'I A. Button for $270 ODe acre la section convention '
details'for the which
I had 'already pleasure In enclosing you my checlon did an Important wOrk for

I ncaJ err ballot | Inspectors and clerks be paid 1.00 per 11. township M south of fang 41 east.Warrantee been settled by :s conference 'Sunday. I First National Bank of your sit I the party. The speaker paid high tribute .

wan also moved and carried that day, '
: trustees
deed of First, and i .
Monday. for 11.60. Continue to both Talla/erro
+ for snob.year. and Davis
paper and
dldat i (or tan warden lie pladed The nest ,meeting of the eommltte Baptist Church Lemon City to Esther I I | t- I illness urged the
The of wife necessity for their election.
|*m th* regular! babe and tile eandi- was called for April It, 1904. JL Button on* acre In armies 13. township PANAMA my prevent He too,
STRIKE visiting with called attention
ENDED. my I to
you as so mart coming
| date for said office b* assessed n.00. There being| no farther business s 63. south of rang 41 east to Miami
---- wanted to da I look forward to of an erstwhile Dads
Mr. Johns'of Precinct No. 1 handed motion was mage and carried to ad- I greetIng county
Mortgage deed. Mrs. J, E. Lummns I Panama. Apr -Tbe
} striker;oa the you In the "Magic Cityfor thi manipulator now of Jacksonville
J a his rMtgnatiosi'as a member tile ) aL it| | and Mrs I
ion F.W. Hahn to Joseph F. Can- Panama railroad:has ended nearly all season of 11M-'06. loaded with proxies and the dssecra- -

snUttee and the same was accepted.A i i i I'!' GEO. P. BULL. ova and wife for 1400. lot U block 1UJ tile laborers returning o work under Tours truly ton of the Sabbath day by he and his

soothes was mad* and carried that Seeretsry Pro j M1uaL tie former conditions. "
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For Best
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Choicest
Ashby RAtk.tnru. Lummu. J. B.LaSalie :. 1 Rcpo.t of tll. Co dltkI and Poultry
,STATE Of riCIKS.: ; !AU Whom It May Concern: .
A. ULeffler. I
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Nor.nMe-lth'/n/ .umP Bro. W M. C D. Natke la hereby given that the nnI 1f
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(Ii.crclar7 i.rtoansY d. .-start ahrn.. H.C. U.:'-Cra._. lurd. ,. Bush F <' McDonald. ,J. A. TOE fORT OAUAS NATWfOl.. BANK I i designed intend to apply to the Hon- C. H. Raulerson Co's.
T 1101'I: t kt utt. &
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:: of fublif liutrwflOBrvtfmt -.. E. T. Merritt. Z. T. In the State of Florida at tae close':I I CI Ult Court of the Seventh Judicial 1

,tf..( Afrt-tiMiirr -E. K.71t IJrAaaaatt G. !, .lOtli Street arid: Ave. D.
>i i Pt1 "IC !K. Ko...tJKutr Bra
,. ..1, [Inlrirr. luMrut I.or.>rnPnn4Tl Bailey. B M. I..n. 1.! ... H. county. for said Judges approval of .
,- Uf riiwL\ I.....|*roIhr. TTrrMurrAlton .
) .,* .i..i CumaimUuu* 01 A.nsuHufr. Budge. II C. Morse Fred S. RESOURCES. the proposed Charter hereto annexed They Carry a l Full Line ofFlorida

'rrt' F |[, .... Brovler. O. D. Moore. T. V. .: upon Monday, the ISth day of April. ( .
SoaiJ < atkm -TDL l: ol eaatr. Arwtfurr.U!. rno.it ;kiMrW| Tr">*>.-.urerdUillHif .... Burdine. J. M. McDonald W. IL Overdrafts secured and -I \.i D 1904, at TltusTllle Florida | and Meats:

e... lB..uui.. ?1 T. 4a.overn.a Backus. F. W. I McKlnnon. G. A. .un'r, .18 Dated this 10th day of March A,1D.
secured
ti.rMan ..(tiai(1r. Tv( ..uir. 4n.sn. .;tartu. Blackman E. T.Challle. Nelson Edwin They established the meat business here In!' April I8g.WiIson' .!
k fla--Jolllfr.o ..IlJrlu 'C". .turn and I KUVrrtrWMJ.rt U. S. Bond to secure cir- 19t! i ,

.......W..f .'..".",". ....llbrvl trundle r4, ..<..n...r; ....,.tarIht W. H. Peck. R. J. culation 25.000.0 {, C U F. ROBINSON |I Ii I
Auinynrrl ."4' ...,........... Cohen: I. Prout W. WCheatham
.. .1 et.te.\an""utale. 8- L.Parri.h. 0, s. Bonds to secure U. S. I T. M. LEONARD.J. I
J. H. Patterson '
V 4artCnemut.. YesbCYR 40000.00 F OLIVE.
deposits

)It; .uC"t JI'IntRa' Conrad J. A. B Allan W. R. C S. DoDd.oD band. ... 13000.00 E. A. HART. -
Cropland J. G. Rhodes. $ Novelty J
a. F T.) ... l'bkdJ""U: rP. ; Rose. C. J Premium on U. S. bond. S.062.50Stocks CHAS. H. GARTHSIDB.
... .... ....... Clark. P. C.
l2-. .. ."J: N't.VwnaiuiiicAti securities, etc .. 5000.00 _.
M H. JI,Dl7.JA-4m, ''' ...,*.. Drake. Canton Rellly, J. B 'i .H.) I WOR3 s _
: .H4>t.f re..) f Hie date o1k' house, furniture CHARTER.
.r''hapnur Cuilit J 1.HUr. fiouM.. 10.aiMrewleTailAawr.llU. Douglas E. B. Rush. Dr. W. a I Baking I la now in OPf'ratlon and'ready to
Rumph. EdwRaulersun. j | and Bxturea ..j. 41.21413t The undersigned; persons C. L. F.
Dorn. J. K.Erwln I calve Orders.
"I" Tua... C II. t Due from National banks Robinson T. M: Leonard. J. F. Olive.K. .
II W. W.
i I i FOR ANYTHING( IN _
i j (not reserve agents) ..J. 18.J99.46: A. Hart and 'Chas. H. Carthside. .
40.J.T.II.; .... .,, J.Ca..p till,. Enloe. Dr. OFrisaell Rumph. Ceo. I WOOD N06 ELTIES. 1

tetepl.r.. a. Mai.ot I..a--1.-J O C. ;afford. L. B Due; from State banks and i,, hereby associate :themselves together Window and (door window f
screens.
I C. .C'uW ,,H;: Flanagan. R. 3. Swell E. G.fiaxelby bankers 25.09341 for the purpose of becoming Incorporated and dor
frames fixture
i store stall :
....Dtxrlrtl'nnblaii' > lUl(i'eouc' Frederick. J. S. t J. O. Due from approved resent' under chapter 4898 of the Acts work inaide) of all klneIL''
trimming
80. HoU vk. I I...!... 1'.Wu. Fran J. S $ulzner. (;. F, : ;, agents i- 19.la9.S8 of A. D. 1901 of the Laws of Florid _
i ..4 y. 31(. lapsrkmataat
sr ihditulhloH I II Ij
> ,, 1 j. I II Gerlack. A. P. Smith Julius !i Checks and other cash The following Is the proposed charter R. S. WILSON. :

I I ..IUtci'ADiviyf 13sfulE li.et Cirtman. James Stoneman. F. B. j I i Items .,.. ..j.f. 1.503.55otes for the Intended society and club: J CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. :
r t
foj*ih, C R. Snlz r. A. E. \' of 'other national Article 1. Tho name of the society
j Brown- ;: a 01 4. Chsh7a'. I
try FLAX AID ftPKCiriCATlOIia.Are .
K U. II...... Leak. lucr, I I I Cautler T. N. Shanr.han1 M. i thanks ..1. L28300frjctional and club shall be Miami Gun Club,
I.J.. ; u. Jrwlr. j I Graham. S. Sewell. John currca : II. C. DiS.N di.4. <:I Irk p.per. with principal'offlce at Miami Dade ,' I
...B..4q..rw". ..... ol ta. r" Gartn 1de. C. H. Sejrmonr. R. H.Cranllng. nickels\ and rents .j. 499.40 | '

..U&a_. .lIIor'| J. C. Sawtclle. J. P. Lawful money reserve In county Florida. You Going Ito Build ? :
: Article 2. The general nature of the
P c. .COJ'JlliotruSta.: Gallatt, F. Shaw H. B.Oantler. Bank rlx.: '

I.b a. trill.. Mlaal.egyAlut [ R. a Taylor R. R. Specie. .. .. .M.727JW: object of the corporation society and

J j' : WTH I plsTkICrIeabndaaar..aedsad I Grlfflng. A. M. Turnace. J. LGlrtman I Legal tender notes 7,25000 j club shall be the development and per I i I 1 If jSO, or it you need building material of an

t D.t Counties.) W. H. Tatnm. B. B. 29.377901 I, fection of skill on the pert of the club's I' kind you shojild$ not fail to see 4 < Z

Hare J. H. Tatum. J. H. members in the art of wing and trapshooting
I Hon.: K. N. UaUtk, ralni Du sr.Lam' ,. ''i' Redemption fund with U. S. ,
: Hill L. E. cent of I' and also the entertainment I I "
Treasurer (5
per
I tl4DE roc STY "EI'rE Lyt.t1\'E.$ Hunter. J. G. Watson C. H. circulation W5000)) of clubs of similar kind and of members -

, 4itabaiH W. King, rulford. !'2IL I Hill, William. Whorton. F. H. i of such clubs In trie4dly contests J.A. McDonald & Co ,

t DAD& COCSTT (orrlC4 Hetherlnrton. K. F.White. J:. UHeyaer. i Total .. of skill In wing and ; and'

4 Caat>Jwl k-Allea E. E Hrffrr.. Miami. A. J:. Wall. T. A. "L ;;.ijm"$390.4/.6$1: also the giving of prize to person ""
.Wioty Attorarf-J T. *anorn Mlaail.Orrk Hall W. W. Whaler H. T. ;- r rHahn.
Court > M' ( Diwd competing In contests, of skill at wing
ol aid a o ro Capital stock paid-la .$100,000.00
-f! C.1 OHfratt Cruaaula.r.v.. ; F. W. Worle,. O. A. j and trap shooting.Article Dealers In Lumber. Laths, Skla-g.... MoBldla-fi. Casings. Brick U...
_rtf-Jobe: "_".III..a.; I Suiplus fund .;, 2.000.00 I I Cerest.Pisster. Hair Eta
0.
W. f. L
Hughe Wilson ,
_, .,ta.-n....". Han J a I IC1el i. <*oeoa.VUml Horner J. W. Woodworth. J. F.(i Vndlrlded profits leas expenses S. All membft'a this club T.rda..4 Omen.._.. O sad l<
.trOrees.A..essot.t. shall be gentlemen of at 'least l .
and taxes paid.... 1.5(972 twenty- --- ='
N.; 1.lt" -
lazes-ft. Jones U. E. WllM! R. S. I
7r..ereee-.( H. .* ... YramyyO.a.c I National Bank note outstanding | one yean of age and shall be admittedto
.. tperfateudeaa. 01 ParbWk Bat rueoVi Kolb A. J. Xlmaalea, C L.
....-.'1'. .mll.aaeaa -. ': I ..j :5.000.9-J : membership In said club by a majority MEAT MARKET*
l1oaN of County CMBlM Mier.44feo.;: W I ,
.. ..... I Due to other National Banks 2:90.Di: vote of the Executive Committeeof
I.e.rYaR,CI. M< < Pals B* rb r. C. ROBBED THE ORA VI!:. J
. Atrbet. .pI_; a. E. MtI>on Vt i Fullard.Jtn. 'I Ii | Due to State bank and this club.
. ..... { of tame; Ik A. hkVar, CJTO >IIIK
II ieaee: ]"c:. I..ar........ Clerk and Aadltar ol ', bankers .. .. 195.57 i; Article 4. The term for which this Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork
.......,.....1. I ICItCVITiCUCttor I i A startling Incident U narrated by:
lire to trust companies and club Is to exist Is twenty-five years. Sausage Hams. Poultry- etc.
icvrHVIKCUIT. John Oliver, of Philadelphia 811 follow j
: "rDIC' I savings banks ... 1.50000'' Article 5. The names and residences 208 AYEMF: R !I. MIA tlL n.otUD.a..FRED
2 I j, I'i *: "I was In an awful condition.
. 'gmbrarta Dade and otb1" a........) Individual deposits subject to ; of the subscriber are M follow*: I
skin almost yellow sunk
My wan eye '
. f14..lt JI14p-IIII. JonefcTltusrflla.AttorurjJ check 187.797.31 T. M. Leonard residing at
..,. Rse.utln. U. Biw..,Drlaado en. tongue coated pain continually U j
i
." e.IC.utt-E. C DrafUooi, } ,ami. Demand certificates of deposit i Point ROIIM'I'' S. MORSE
. back and side, no appetite growing '
. 'aJl Teem at Genii c-rt _.. .IoaFinf 1.117.50' .
.
.I) Charles H. Gartbslde. : ,
i 11 n r roartk IItMo4ar..a liatmtwf.Pi weaker d.ror day Three physician
.- j Te" o aMr KmirtlMowlaT Time certificates of deposit %8.800.00'Certllltd
li AariL f fpAi had siren m! up. Then I wa4 advised Miami Fla.

>k counT rotaT.P' j.OnuatflatliMAllen'K. j. to use Electric Bitten; to my Joy. tht checks -.. .. 300UO E. A. Hart residing at Rhode bland REAL ESTATEI

I U..J'1IOt.1I1 s1. Brat bottle made a decided Improre I rafted Steles deposits 44.00000 : J. F. Olive residing a< New York.
,
ru.1J AUurnrr-J. T.__...... H.tail .
.....'J"'riai-Klr.. Mo.i4aj! la Ja..a..rjfVrlM relent I continued! their use for tare*, I Total C. L. F. Robinson, residing at:, Newport 'I
.. .|390. 40S5 :,
- 1 > .+rlrc Monday Aprilhcmiar i R. I.
>
eeks. and well I
t }T rm-FirM Monday la;July. am bow a man. Blab of Florida County of Dade. ss j I-' < ..rs up stain Coro An. C aqd It th 8&
R F.UIr| .art-" :Monday In urtonet.TILLK.. I If know they robbed the crave of another Article t. The bnsinens of this corporation ,
I I, Geo. R. Oomph. Cashier of tU .
i .fl', -r OrrICII.GAI E8" ; rirtim" No one should fall to try I shall be conducted by an I Miami. Dade Co. (Florida.
i L above-named bank do solemnly swear I ,
r.
t "...rHobb. Kerrtrrr.W. them Only 5G cents guaranteed at I Executive Committee. of five [mem-i
r i*. Hln"!. ft..ulster.Cdi"H .11 drugElcU. I' I rat the above statement U tree to the j joefct bert-a president, a" vice-president) .

i I : DIKECniBTinl of my knowledge tart oeliof ,
I i. dw i i I ,secretary and treasurer. The offices: :
., .AJ f'. ) I !'Noelllo"seers :Hnniliy, l moralnf al I oVlork I L CorI'fJ"t-Attl'l't: of secretary and treasurer shall be LARGEST STOCK

ga.d.t <*-tiaul a' U:rlnrk Hipt:t ':.a1.g BRIDAL fi:W by one and the slime
r I FwyM. <'Bum at a p .. PrarrraM n. PHOTOGRAPHS. WM. M. BROWN. person.
..... I w ,ior. .. ...
.. r r..UN. EDWARD L. PR DY.
Ej. fet :Nearly .. wary T..... ..w."". I hers of the Executive Committee who Fancy Groceries FRUITS,
i. I MST...I ,.. v.tAitx.CTH, ILU .er Aaen FRANK If;. BUDqE ,
"':.... C a.M4". strcctPrayer. mm41n wIf.. .. Tktro 1ft .r. al VswT..r. .
I are to conduct the business of.the
t ..,8&1:fr p. ... _i..y. t+..booG .' 1... m As., Director cor- Hay Grain and Fertilizers.fRCSM VEGETABLES
,... I ''''..... ''. ., 11 Mm. Srs.wth. .-u tot lira.....pin. ,j ".*"Tnlt'd! and sworn to before me porMicn until those elected' at the first Feel
s.C A.
tRjCIIt"a" t. i w. j i
a I p t I i :: Pa...tr.J1 I:rl.:.. are probably' ju$ .t aa beautiful !- I this 2nd day of April.? 1904. election shall be qualified are: CJ L. F.
J' i Trade Specialty
k1li.CYCa.. vrirr htb Robinson president Chas. H. Garth- Yachting a
Avnultarl C tuJ n. w a> net terry I trre. but lhr> 8. L. PATTERSON. ; .
II arertt-Pu.achlaa at <>rk aa. m w M.y I
. tt.ate.4 'as a.*.. lI'b..mlJ t i 'p ".. are not nrml.1 v .l.\Ii n> t.. re'-.rt: Notary Public ;, aide. vice-president; J. F.I'Olive, secretary -

;0-. Spas etk ir-.IIII,. ..... 1I111" .lpw4thLeane II"'J" 1"-' t 'tpnsl It".! h.e-a by o.lIn., I '. ,, and treasurer and f10( A. Hart T. 'E. L: &

.. .al"a'tll1 p. -2-M d.w4at Ptpa: All f a'mv-tlDt wek./.ne.a. dua Uaer.y. ?f ..b..I/.i'I. 4..t ..h..t.raphers.a r A CHEAT. SF -SATiON. M. Leonard the Executive Committeeof : Brady Cal-

L. Tara Paattr.A .\, the\ err glad of it, saga the Cli>- said club i

TiHir-trm" .ac... PJr.p -.rolne iii ant I IMrr bu.b ..;. Tnl>niir. > wits I .
< flliirulac 1',....,. II) .>',!-at wundayl, '.) in ..-r .wl! enj.ij taking" the p'cturr. There a MR wnsatlon m Lrea The organization and first annual GROCER

,t. .t.yHt'tuntr whilst l',.. at 7I. P).rf Ilirir.'..[r'IIHIII.rh.rtat..ee-y;. we4n.arois. .. 1. f Urn es." raifi a ,|..hoi..graphrr"I. : ville. Ind., when W II. Brown, of th.t'pl& meeting of the membersshall of this club ': Phone: 24i I

", ..jay "' s .'h. YII'i't .,,1 tlMJtIiud.. pa, 1.1",.1. ,nil. 1 :1. rest ..C tli M' wi,i' t. 1 l..art <'e who w'i exMt<><( to die had I be held on the firs Monday In i
t LA'I.' 11rr ...\w.P..1,( FMirth )10' ('tr.; this Curs Avo :c a2d To1ft St.r
..011 ':t-A: a J.a m i N "12Fttu.rf.. ""' :t..... ''i' i t IIr i'rut i"i.r>-: but :is let il ti.int>ti life raved T>y Dr. King New Discover 'January, A. D. 1905. in the city of .

alt .' \n' t'> four diilliirna i|i/rn nmirr- ) for c-., urap Ion. He writes: 1 ,
r..nll.tth !at'4t A.rna* A- h I lame. the
f Florida at Setnlnolv Club
...rata.r r.rr .na4t. "nhrn.er at )II.I cla'k. .., 'l-ln thrt doinol satirft i n"j artistic "I endured Insufferable agonies from i I
sad eorrr *in<..y.wilaf' it T i i/ .i,-I.Iii.. -. tt.n .'bra.r, likr a 'uugtuth. <.- and thereafter, on the fin* Monday inJanuary
Hit H. Faa'! 06.1 Pator.tttrtertlsstrs.i.ti pi Asthma. but your New Diarorrry (gave r
f' : J*'fI/: / II.rlr, :4g. err Oi't h.- of each .
r Ih...-T 'Mr.. me Immediate relief and thereafter HsinesLIflcrFp W. HAl
Ti > m soon
t A P.C..., .,al < o.dira! *f<' an4 B>) _ts .Ui 1 r.:: .\ li. i).. ta .UJ/|t.. >..ii: ,t.. ;io, UUH Article 7.: fhe By-Lawsjof j this cor
t :yr ,. efferieri a complete' rtltt Simi ,,
n..a..l., I i .li".I.| \ 1 \ wn1! nj;
'
MIAMI BOARD. ] QF RADE. ;i iVlrrPrwldcnt ij : :.i y l I.iii if .. Ij"1 ..) .nll..r: tn: tt'I'!1 HrI lar cures of consumption pneumonia towinded" } '

I ruth, ?n tlr ... i .eperInnup l bronchitis'and! .'1 nip are rumerousIt's t ::t add.: D'.1U..IIZ'.:

10't'm
r. V. Moor..)I r''I' :'' 'n'mist ..t..".. at in..1 t and lung Noublos. Price Sue and f 1.00. standing at the time of the passage of r-"' .. limit draftsui in in the South.'and aa

$-nd t'kv-i'rwatde. .. ttreretary J. E. Lummuat f '>! ,.heir at. 0 lint us... ,,,;..n GusraateeN teed by all druggists) Trial' any by-law i!I r;: al_ Letter preparpd than ever for .fomlati-- ..

E; V, Stockman.B. I; I I ,ru.. ..: r ,iLrnl are HV ,to in. L. stir Article 8. The highest amount of Indebtedness
'r.......__ B. :' bottle |fre* -
Tfiufa. '' .ht. II i ith .an', ay stirs a thrnutr < = buildL115. 1
or liability which this 1
Road of fJerrmoriI. MT Brown. dw i ". tq .
tut
tit phu F-ph t n b.ir, n ut- Or ', 6
V .Jloore. J. E r, mmuA.. E. Hey- '' .:II! 11\; T ry err rr Iii. ,pair ''I; corporation. shall at anytime\ subject "=- _.,...;....;;1.: h. I am now"I hfidiuarten for tamed

sin. ,Jt.,' B. Rrllly rJ \V. Itahn. W. ,[W.fMITTEES. r .. t.. an t6cy'i. t .. a n..no,. ,tl; t..elf s iail never be greater than two- ,,vork. scroll ,Yawing and an work '
.
I', PI""I':.l John JewellSTANDING i ,.,i..lI. rcprc- i"no". r..is the fore thirds of the value of the property of ,iT' done In! first
clan
I i I I UNITED STATES NAVY LEAGUE. t 1 4 a! sally a planlnc nllt

i ,t LAVTS-Anno Wilt' !,' attenon.. 8. :L; ..r...II...2-.t:....d line, fur 1,10.. "graphic "...r1 !1'1 I I the ror [xtnt!on. r f .;I; Send stn your order for door s andlrnJ

8att4eta. James )J Seymour R. tl; "' .....fI,. ......,.... S.Ir w III 11.11. Artie e 9. The amount In value of the 4lndow fratped. balloaters. twtketa
; 1 w wlle G. A. .1.IBRl Till h. titer a a I'.nr n. brills contur -
.. rF.. ... (k. \aui.. wllkIjr real estate I n fee simple or leasehold 4c.. and be otnilnced.tIAMI..
any
l ;
i iT I N-Ra B )I.: Backus. F. .I.' f.rf reatltorrie: d untilIre d O

i W .' Itn. F. W I -.I C J.; Frederick.TARTJackaon.. had! tire ." I.rr-e f in 'ltsitaht 1 l' Ade.s.t.ty.. estate which the corporation may 'FI.." .
.
J S( ; ( atah., .. I rpu'tu .. ,.1." .r..1', ". I ",old, rubjeit always to the approval ,

H' XLTH AN CAN I r.'I, 'i,.' ru a e.2-j, ,l'er. a4s..1! 'h..' There has rrcf been orfrnm/ed t.f the clrcti! il Judge, shall! nol be !

i ';J" "..: ho 1'W..; Enlo. 011-, ..k. .' j'f al "11 H' .. "1'.lt ash.. in the t'attei.i: siawbv ra "IVaij" Iratrur..Cllr over .

...... es FlanacanRIVERS R 8 ; King. H. M- I'" 4..u.. tt.--. tie tr.t stir; I hae had! .r objett i. toniriurate -. a loa,} c..n- the I |:.sm. ,

c I AX JlARfRGar.hiiM.. :' -ii,... lor. n, ..rr ". 10.f4re :hrau. .nh tlturhlo. r..v.iiry's r"'I"li.-; TcL L. F. Romxfos A. Robbins
R1 1f'It.i. IH.; 'Rum v E4 \anl, C.; ratilro.ft ', ., 'a lot. d of ,.11 n'; urn to Tj IIJi. "b ,II til.,Ix"trktouraw T' \f. I FO411D r J. ; & Co.-f
|B oj. ;itthana"' I I .nltlic attention *. imtal, G. :
1 I. ,Iii. ':U.'. .1w a} f.-It, r:1..n: >a | .I *r staler g I L F OLIVE,
RIlii-ROADS j I REiaHTS- I rrl.ititih,. i.. the niiM-i nf the' .., '
rl:': 'It, sit 1.f..k ii.. hat il ynu ran .ru i E. A. HART
I>a4r. E. L.: Left<<. CQ..; Lumreua. SU to rrtkte' Earnoss aria
.....::101., irlpit. I auuldhat, a |HIIIC oph mutt nil nrqutjklu.u I ; Carriage
E.: Erwln Wra W.. ;McDonaJ4 J. A.rHARITIE tl.rttt lit uaial, CHIS H. G \,RTRSIDEOF
.. think iucrrf r that a II :
drake; In
hernat
up 1..1. ,
II
-Br1ncton|. E< T.: O>eatham. v.rlne oposltory.
t. H.. Oautler. T. I' ....,... If'flil ina n I. eluse agahnat react faa..sbly uN.n, "orrr.a .. .lun I

:N : ....... f ]IA .- .h. ui'rr an I.. kre. t I."i frutn ren. ,tit uiHr> tt> l I'-Ili.lalt| on Jiiiml ulTaiLrairurii -.. STATE! FLORIDA, Quality is remembered after
DouI..1B.i- of this "i,..! altvii. .. 'I long] price $
I "ih i-i
'.: .' t. E. V; )1M" 'uF n e.na; J It .nappyi' fin r in COl XTV OF DADE:
...... ...... Jntl..nu.-fr'r.: 4.. rut | |
K.--. aM rl j ; OrllEnc. A. "hr. 1 sit a th II ray prrcan- ""ny "? 1..1.1. On that dar prraona-llv appeared. before forgotten.

I i jT ont. JIt, 1 ,I i..4. I n..r f t:!! rui retird! in ,lrrrrnlips anal( in earrJ t..lto.) aye.non.|..arli.n .
: me C. L. F.
.
Robinson. T. ) Leon-
Pt'BUC: B 1Lf>lfGSHC' T. J W} I : their a" ing Iike lunu !'.. The an l p< .h n. l.ul'1| Sit lIiti""II'r, I.

I ", ,,.,ito. H.MAKUFAqrt'. ; .:R.tlly(' J. B.; Stash!, thrr ay. woe h..l.in cater a In ..1 "hall" .'. A.. an in.,4....... f 1 1 I. work srd J. .'. Olive, E. A. Hart and Chas. Qiraty:: Makes' the Bargain.:

Jottot: *Ioa.- .. H. t : I Iii hruatitrs.' runts .r..sa ..carrelurtnirr. don bf *imi, >ar i.rjr:inucaiii.i ill "I'| erCduntriea If r.arthtldc, to me well known as the ;

l I 1tES- 4. Olent. ti..j j ) of thus ; case oflrrmatiy
stnthm n'.I..ml."aio'1' ;xrons "wried in. and I .
who sub- 41n3.-v.2t! -
$t '
,
1 !
.....s T. VICDCCATHl \\-J 4 A.JGautkT. ; Rhodea. R. ah, I th nerd! luck !whrrr, tnv ".!,"' IU. J'i.n am'. T1a.
II'
etara -Tibrd their
I ac j Retllr i II I : during Ihe''j.'Kt tea nsinfK to and execptedbe
I hat n..a.la.. ('eft nraly' mated j .a. ,? n.al, ,,,- .
eouIrp -
ALt- .' 1_; i w. M-; hate the .. fain u atlrlliuted/ 'H'II".'|" tl> I"|lf. ,nflurme fomto'ng! irtirki of Incorporation

j H... [W w1 1- {- B. .aer. er,ze. }nf ,khr, natal In It.!.... InHhuIwi.rkrr. 84 and for articles of Incorporation of Centrally

t. LBatl.. A. ; 8a stbt. JJ run4 Smith. --r-m the! liermad I'n'I"'ru.' Lush-elf. is au. I Idefatigtblt I. the Miami Gun Club, and TIle Locateo

J"Jto K..lt A. J, I I ''I 1 I Oar Trade .JIlt; l III... Thr. fi i-riii.. executed
n acknowledge that they .
knt E V. the
IMMIGRATIONM..r4 aa. "i'
CI.I1I.1
laf 1 .nr -t trade with fc .
league IBI.
.aegnne jTr ,
I r 8 Tat n.. J'lill, ,''F""" J. K, f.I.'! ... ti's' ..itl. << .t null fI..r I.. the[ th'*'.ilp i.rt. that rliar'nn'r., :. ,. il Fame for the purposes and uses therein ).

t H-ew.tr. J. .,..".. tbun j a dr..r' ill 10... .k..,. 1-: r : .wrmaBi.r ,i t.r'istor expressed. '"
..RlKMlra. R. W. irrralirjr > i: h n J( EU PROPRIETOR..
ENTERTAINMENT ; .
( ... H. R. t.r 1t".I. I i. qo.t a ....Ii.r per teri of nall..alln..rf.'>'e, TI.. a maof In Witness Whereof, I have nerennto
6. ... H. ; 0fI"h.! Cj I ; llly. to and It i. late't : Pioneer
that II \h.
say nen Irairw arr Meto'l] Ret hand and
t B..'Sews lUohn., JjADTERTlBINOlfMum. 1 t"j. cm.Mrmlalilr. my official seal this
t..r reach ibe ubie DC that .. the '
N-irntifir
tt 11.: BtOMjun. aj .lmerhkae. : seventeenth day of March A. D. 1904U .
.. T. BI| """ "*'-. E. rj: :Blackman Ix .tits.. T... fail I is $IIo.t the pea. :. and we. trust thai/ a null hr UKcrufu .. I I

V., HrthM.tstay M. r. : t-"Ir/at. tery ,"" .r, Th".r raise barely. ; | in a.."Ulinr I..r"ard'h.. good! A. MITCHELL : R.\TES $J 00 TO $J'iO PER DAY

The taD Hat ot member*, mmtwriagta fnJNh of the n..it\r"\ of IIC. totn. ;work 4.>f providing thi. n>Bntr) ..:tit I Notary Public Notary Public.

.... ta an are r follow:\ ."! n., dwell i. -.I. They .B.y adequate for thr pn.trrt;h..n of SeaL Hotel Corner A\ nueB: and 11th screed
1-----'" kUtf" lire .t..k. alld man I. therd $t. :'worldwide aad '
!Al W. B. |Jackson J. K, Jr.BTWW..W. I. rapidly extending My Commission Expires January' 25,
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I a certificate of exemption for ,the two data for the offle of Clark of UM tan;,
ears. I I t:: cult court. subject to the action of th* I

:OFFICIAL L CULL FOR PAYMENT: OP POLL TAXES. I Democratic party. Primary lctloB May I AN HONEST PORTER.

W. :W04. I

The prPFessioln? I I In order to be qualified to vote at the ,, d J. 8. FREDERICK. .. He.p.d Nlauvlt .. a lip .1 ten

i iQ.ttnso'a 'Rules and !1 Regulations to primary election on May 10th or June ''I'' \ Del_ r.. _.._ a.es..s.... ;

\ 7. 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 FOR TAX COLLECTOR I Ii tI.. mad M......

; 10th and June 7th, I must be paid on or before I o'clock p.1 i I hereby announce myself a candidate -

I I II I M Friday. April %to.111M (ten day before for' the offlc of tax collector of Jllie tip-csfcctiotf Pullman car portera _
I I are the roipieuu of a rood- f
the first election Dade County subject to the:action of '
primary ) .
I. ia la,+ ;: 'I I the coming Democratic primary many .knock* from press and put.... 1
I but they are sot the worst i. tkw ;
ATTORNEYS ArT LAWS I A meeting jot the County Democrats NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice I I dw :T. N. OAOTIER. I world remarked a rominereial W.,,- _.
: I .
Executive Committee for Dade county, I I I ... elrr to a "'...IIi"trI4tar man
wmJftllllllt.. ..*.....MM as* 7N..alSprott Florida. waa held at Miami. Florida U hereby given that the I fierce
.. .... .. Ra5-1 I FOR STATE'S ATTORNBT. "They may have a pretty way
.
*. ... .. p.dsrd .
s : istration Book of Dade
on the 11th dayef| April A. D. 1S04 County I hereby respectfully announce myself of drilling for tips" out woes it eumm ;
-c sltl. to aljoI rumeDt. the primary election to be held Mar to the matter of bi...ie.ty I .know owe :
r O.BOIOT. Mia." Fla. pursuant I I 10'1 i a* a candidate for the, offle of
I The following amended call for a ; 1904. win be opened la the several ,"State' Attorney of the Seventh Judicial of them that' there with the gaoSt, |

I primary election Iwu adopted to-wlt: : election district of Dade county Florida : a. the saying g e- 1
SIAGGS. ]L. D Circuit subject: to the vote of "I left San r'ranoiro. or. rather.
Pet. hereby that there i '' the 29th of A. D.I I
Notice I I. given on day March.
i j, Uu Democratic primary Oakland. ...Cra rhamaey. will be a Democratic Primary Eelec- I 1904 and will be closed on the 2th
;Offle wtth ** I dw CECIL 0. BUTT. ( !r.) at ilYIuik. in the eteuinf ;
111etissce 1411 tikeS tion held In tbe several election districts : I day of April A. D. 1904. a couple ut weeks. a
looser ate C of Dade county, Florida on May I Thj following person are hereby: FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTEN: The Kant that I met in 'Frtaro had

MIAMI. FLORIDA. 3904. and If on June been rather t>..> enthuaia' IB giving -
10th. necessary : appointed J-ijjtj I'cl intlonfie.rs I DENT.I .
i ; :I me a rood time of it out thereon ; ;
l ,th. 19O4, for the nomination of all !ir tl.e eve Oeilvn district to- hereby announc mywlf a eaaodate .
1. X. JACKSON, -TL, candidates State and county !I for Superintendent of PubU Inatructloaf the flay t.f my dr/atr*ure, *o thanwhen
DY Democratic I wit.
I| I Dade County subject to the win of I woke up i>n Tb*- train along. .,
to be voted for by the Democratic Number One Stuart-W. G. Parks. '' toward 7' Vi.luck the next
OPTIC:: i the voter a* may be expressed at the morning;
HtmLBISCAYN1t BLOCE.AVE.D. electors at the General Election to beheld 4 I II Number Two Jupiter-R E. L. Me- j approaching Democratic primary atoctkm.BKLKAU I the .lee|>er hruhk fell pretty warn.i] ,

I IIILUJ. November 8th. 1904 and to be ap Farland. I! S SJw end my C"I>|"'T* a whole )l.>( waniierH

FLORIDA. pointed. by the Democratic Governor I, < KIam!. Fla. The nearest IB fart the first al..|> <
Number Three. Wet Palm BeachE. '
I IDR. of the State between' the date of hold i ,, at which I would ha.e a chance to flz
I RUSH. ing such primary election and the boldIng : .
-) w. B. : : Number I huMled into eloihea
Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) I a. my to >
I of:the primary election A. D. 1906 hereby announce myself a* a
off the train
be
tn during
ready hoi
|
Pence.
Cullen
Offioe2b-1fh.Vf.t'Phone M.JtMideBoe I CANDIDATE FOR TAX of s skatenismmrr
and of a Democratic candidate for ASSESSOR the atop at Mojae fur one of those
Street aid Avenue Number Five Delray-H. J. Sterling.
10th : Dade County, subject to the action of
*
United State Senator to be voted for all.i.t..r. ]
..'nooe 79 _Ii.1, I Number Six, Pompano-Z. Cavender.
,,1l'AIII, FLA. by Democratic. members of the Legislature the Democratic primary I II "I asked the Pullman conductor J

I II' I of the State' o fFIorida at Its Number Seven Fort Lauderdale-W. d C. L. XIMANIES. how '}nnf the tram wftuld. atop at

BACXt :i 1 M. Marshall. I Mojave. and) he re|>li -.l that the atop *_
F. W. 8t.. essloa In A. D. 1905. I ,
) Number Eight OJtu J. W. Ives. ; would last ten mi no ten. I raced lato f
;A e-r. The follomlng OmN'n.n to be nomInated FOR STATE SENATOR. the station cafe whin the tram Y

Mao, g'peeifications'kiMt Detail. Made 'at said primary election. to-v.lt: Number:! Nine Lemon City-Warren I I hereby announce myself as a candidate 'I pulled into' Mojave, std inMtructeii if

.0- tec Bulldla Of All KIHos, Fine 1 United States Senator. MitchelL for State Senator from the I the man in charge of ti. bar to rig I

t Residence, a Specialty. 1 Representative In Congress Second Number Ten. 'Mami-C. D. Leffler. teenth Senatorial District of 1'hlr-1 me up one of those Ion r. lour damp r

Orruic: 1315. JATEXTJE D. Congressional District. Number Eleven Cocoanut: Grove subject to the will of the thmr. He went at the |.>i> ta a pert-

A. T. Carter. tv. MientiHr manner am the |........ .;
1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the to be
party expressed at the primary :
I art work that be act before me wan p.
s s csArss. full term of six tn.I Jf Number Twelve. Cutler-D.C-Brown. election' May 10. lto4.\\ i a rare thin!? to find rnht; alontkle

Ds I' Justices of the Supreme Court I Number Thirteen. Silver Palm r. M HUDSON. I I of the t .lifnra II d. .ert. tt ..a. .ttdt

DENTIST! I 1 Governor. I : W. Hilt) TJblala. Fla. a line ....effective healtion\ IB faet.

DC.... ww..ialdtag. _tMMI 5511SAyeau.D / 1 Secretary of Stat i Number Fourteen Deer1I-.J4-G.- W. I that I asked him to ffam *D another
...$*k.sre.1. J t SaW,.... one, and I got away with this
1 Attorney-General '
4 FIXIBBA. I FOR PROSECUTINO ATTORNEY with equal Joy I leia..I
MIAMI March Then.1
This 12 1904.
1 Comptroller. ;I1 hereby announce myself as 4 candidate trolled tn th. take a l--h
1 Treasurer. A. T. CARTER. for at my train-and saw the offlc of ;Prosecuting Attorney '
HOOK Seekers. 1 Superintendent of ,.Public laatrwetfcm. Supervisor' R.gfstratioa. Dad, Co. FU. for Dade curling away IB the rare/led dmtaaceOB -
county, subject to the
i I I' H' It* way toward theilaad 01II..
I I approaching Democratic primary elec It had j
4? e riaing ana. Jt'ftJ'1 nut with
Y
to call OB roe before ia.etiltg. 1 Railroad e ---'o-.....: | CANDIDATES FOR 4FFICE.Aasouacesut 1 ;Miami Fla\ ticket olHew to ask the;; saaa ka the

BTBiabed I bosses and rooms to 1 Adjutant-General. 1 a window _.... I'd b. a4 t*> sorrel '

teat. Real barfaiaa in real tate. 1 State Chemist. | :; e Bother eaatbonnd train and b..aJ

city and eoantrr. Insurance foiiectiotia axee. 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh win be tnairtad a the : FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. that it 'ttd b* along at S o'clock th

,; etc;, attested tkavc 1 \ Dally and weakly MtropoUfer| toa dot- -- next morningthe mate to the trek

a special license; anthofiitng Judicial CIft'a1t.ll >> Ian, or tm Bltaer odltioa for 8v* dollars. that bad departed. without me; then f,
ate to prepare all kind legal f rana- &aie Attorney. Severtk Judicial Candidates for County CqmmiasiofMrs{ I hereby announce myself u a candidate was only one of the overland ex'

fen ol real eitate Low feea Circuit. and members! of tb* school board win be for Justice of the Peace In District nreocea per Oiem. So there I saw my 4

Prompt attentkm. : 1 Prosecuting Attorney. >> charged _Mlf thiss aao. nta No. 10. and .respectfully, ask the elf atiick in Mojare Tal. the mist t

: C. C. CARROW.C.MAYNARD LL. No announcwnoat Inaortod until paid support of the said ...
I 1 State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial I .. voter la district miserable little .el, dime nB the u
Notary public.SM dj William S. HilL globe. for a full twent<,v four hours,
: I .._ j jSilt
District -1.
AYE.: p.kEA &ct n> I f >- ,
jg I that wasn't the worst of it. ,
T ; T, W I 1 Member of the House of Representative i FOIL COUNTY TRKAaURCR. j,: -i I I had left my f.ladsUne} bar wide V*

Ri011ablu4.Sptclu *. i II hereby' announce myself" a candidate pen nn my ( ink wifh my wearing { 4
Dade Gou
To the PomoeraUe Voter of
+ 1 County Judge. Florida for re-election aa Justice of the apparel thrown .r..I id the .....' t.n _

1 Sheri I I ty.hereof announce: myself a candidatefor Peace in this the }Jot district. As I every which fwav.' ami/ in the_ bar I It-

1 Clerk of the Circuit Court r-bctloB to th* offle of Treasurerof am now serving 'In this capacity I had plat....l. .*p fTienifljht: before $JOin > -.

AT. lIed..hI&OIIMI. I Dade County. Florida nbjact' to tM ) irtilil ruin,4. the ..t.|ff Ming Viheaiv ..
.
1 County Assessor of Taxes. mould appreciate an endorsement In
lantilj Fltiei: win of a Bwjorlty of the Domoeratt toiarrt arotinil[ i la my pockrtawith -i
Bus* 1 Tax Collector. accordance with the Democratic principle 1 I'i'
voter, aa, win be siprssaiil fat the Democratic I any ronfort
ritcta, Clocks, Jer leri, Ie 1 County, Superintendent of Public In- primary, May ]e. IMt. of returning tit second term' .. got a chance nf setting the '

struction.: 'r'I C. H. RAW.ERaON an incumbent who has satisfactorily l ar bnck said I to myself 'hut what! 11

1 Surveyor. 1 0 dw Miami. Fla. filled the office { 'he hla<.k pnrirrll d.. to th...e $ '"" ,
N LD; .
GEO. L.Qraloliwr ,i I .1 County)' Treasurer d John C. Gramling I :.wa.lanLly n gilt, monev randal.n.will .loe "' imethintr"I .

I Commissioner*. A. E. HKTSER. I '
County .
had n. dea on earth that ) Iass. Candidate for! STATE :
WWkliaE a .pcc.aII1
FOR
areavUscaadCOCOASCT S Member* of the County Board of SENATE .teee a dollar i.f that money, I cN;;.

] GR )V ,. Y.A. I Public Instruction. I.I dw County t'I Judge. I I hereby announce my canddacy for 1 lyurcd ,, all|| ont that thr (mrterwntilH

!State I corral'.'! then
-I : ,Senator from the ThirteenthSenatorial the m neand
aDd Districts
1 Justice of the peace in for
FOR COVNTY COMMISSIONERS. District of subject''! tuff mv wearing ai'tM"-l into the i
D& i' : Noa. U !. 3.4. a, s. 7. es. I Florida .... ....... ..
J. A. Ni' J Tbe many friends and supporters of to the will of\\.bt Democrats of Brevard': 'II' vnd "" .lit .hp. sues..i 1iti
I 10, 1L 12 and,, 13. { j 'r I knew, hen, I w..nl.in i 1 be jbleo
.. 1.1 H 1 +Constable la and for District NOL i the prevent, members of the''I Board of and Dftilecourtles to be expressed! at'i prove any:' *neh fiet that I h.d }r
County Commissioner for Dade the primary May lth 19 .. j jM
,
t : r election 5'>tHl sold' the '. snit
? 1. 2. JH 4j b. :6r 7. 1, 5. 10. U. 12 in rnonev in "t!
tl..r Ilatk.M county have prevailed upon them to 1 Seabrook Sams.Cotirtfnay rave it IIP for pone I t..l 01 l thtafion ,- .'
.r- and 13. :
swrifi:: ,I..HAAREYQU i Presidential Electors., stand for: re-election and, hereby present Brerard Co. Fla. I nrrntl at \i.'ui.about' the i
.
m n their name, u follows: F. C ] i '"air and be immeilitel\.:ra,.!,eit -
National
4 Delegates' at Large to Con Alcher George W. Lalnhart, R. E FOR XA1'IOX.\L DELEG.\TE.j! 'o the lest station to le iiM'le h. '
,
vention. I j HIT lout train, slant the line. a ghee
lO1E1SnoNEY TtMMM R :McDonald. John Sewell and L. A. I -
.
2 District Delegates. T urn a candidate, for the i.eeltto-j of I tilled itar.tnw. X Me'.. 'ir..tinJf

--' (isless r.-- ,S 13 Members alj Large of State Committee. Belcher to the voter at the Democratic I delegate to the National "uwratir. I that the hair he vhi.,,...,1 !*,..k to Mi>. 1

I primary of May'HO, 1904. tave on the newt-lunn.l overland. ,
:, .' : Conventiona4: : ( St. Louis :Mo., for Second -
/ I "The has wan returned l to tlhjave| ,
1 Member of State Commltte Con grew(on al District I am
| COIN( County FOR SHERIFF. permitted >n the .....Imuml late that night I
National Commltte : to the entire IVnxx' C
1 Member ,
racy .nd I ennrlv o|>et e-l it up to see i

North nOr Was :: ? 1 Supervisor ;pf'Registration: I I of Orange county regarding my stand chat I had left in tre luiir. Kveryhmr -j 1

r 1 County Flth and Game ''Warden.t ,I To the FlorIda Democratic voters of Dade Cona- ling as a Denjotrat, and It ,I am Lori tix there. in.hulinif' the stark .
THE Ty. : L
if / I cotintnl the
Kolmoney. gold
Member ofl>adl* County Democratic ; &.. to have aid t
: I br.bT.m.u: _pelf a Candidate enough your In .
I I oil. and it *moiiite in in eten f I ")
,
Louisville & NisM teV Executive/ {Committee la i and for, for iw-toctloa to the office of Sheriff' of I Dade county at tbe election. 1 f thallgreatly 1'r|'" (la'rter. I felt certain. 1.1 l a,.|>..... -

L I I'Oft Predncij $ '\I .'. 1.1, 4., R, 6. 7. *, ; I will Dade of County the majority, Florida of UM subject Democrats to UM appreciate It, and can assure' ,ti.'tf.l pi-t one of the <
Railroad /F. 10. 11. 1'. 1). and 14. I i i( ,? compensate him f..r ha troitMei '
/ voters u will be expressed la the Deseratio you Orannertinnty iWmoorat.i will abtoappreciate
*** *nr celled pasengr.serflee.Modcra The rule governing aaid primaryelection primary to b* bold May 1* I'M. !i TMirkinp the |I".itf. Rein I afterward

i rains'carrying I Pullinaaatocpen i ball i j lb. the same ':,as those dw JOHN FROHOCK. I found out that I ass right in thiaxiipposition i

api-to-dai.* eoacbe*. fre f*- adopted \p r the Democratic ,Executive : i I it.i' truly yourt.Winter .. : j
bane and dining an i i I "I muffhl/ the train ea-t ..n the f..l- j
Uninc cbair Committee atj their meeting, held in
i D. N. Bachelor
I
rn/ei les. : hereby announce myself as a candidate ; touinfp morninir. and when 1 got t..
beiw.a nortbeni and.o4tt January for t
.rTbBnetttininger in Jackson lie on 22d.11904.| for Sheriff of Dade county, Par|. Fie.I Kan.a. <'its I rot off. to take. a hit .
:
erT!P' t governlni ; State primaries/ sic far as Florida at the next Democratic primary I j of a rent at a hotel. \.. I wa yettin.r ,

Boata. Tbxogk"Ti t the sam< will b* applicable to the and Votes off I met the porter .f the train; I
Bell ask for the of my l I
Ai A{.iti county p imarj Those and only those that host left Mojae without me He '
fellow Democrat and tho e| who will I I 'PHONE GIRL SAYS "0." I
L. &;/ 4. person i hall I te permitted td> become : ; was walking abOUt the station. waiting -
r be qualified to becou voters at that ;, ------- ,, to fi lilxianl his car for .mother i-'J
: candidate bfofJwo e,1 or vote at or participate ,
: ... ..,. Hot let !. .... .
For .cbedule'e. td sleeping ear I primary. I promise if elected to faith erpelsd western trip He aw ....,1 r>orniedme J
rate*. It i themanagement of said primary I .. .....,_ ,
.r.r
tag t O.gbI"
resertstioo apply to ; fully perform the many duties of this a..u.n sa I r.'I.1; | hiin! and l
J. ele tionj who declare (heir adherence responsible I I Grata .. ......h. 554'.. he 1:"tinned broadly njien he n iw* me Ot

JVI.Jleming.laseaaer tbei principle and ----" ,.,.* ....
i 40 organisation office.J. .111. aifl he cofninir .r fn meh '

wesn EarLcI Asset.r7ee14ari Of the jDemorratte pa rty. National M. WILLIAMS.Palm II !The tlphoie. girl U progreulT \ anal dial; I.M.k e.e... w>.....h f*.* ditotlinh 1,j

uvU1 f' la.i ptite and county, who are by I i, Beach", Fla. For year and Jean In repeating a num- ten d, Huh col'pi....e. huth J
ber bleb had i zero Included she would
xu.ih ronNIn. tin nowhah'
it and iI
i the laws of the State lawful I'! electors always call It ought" For lutaace. If i i I then he hiirwt into 1
a happy
JOJEnllOnY4v" of the 41 :4fondistrleta I In which they I FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COL T. a,.ub.crit>er called for "t....ity four ant his darkv
laugh lapped thigh j..y.u.i'lii
I _
hereby aaaouac pelt al| candi '
.. offer tojv >te, who tare paid tbelr poll : a* tiirty." tile teHphone girl would repeat: I loll,! him, how weUome' he. j
,..- ..- "" -i.* ...... I I for th* once of Clerk ef the Cir 4. wan to
,. 1! taxes Iff illy iue not lea t ban ten ; } I Court of Dade Covets *ab>oet t. : to-.lirtt>-foiirouKhtbrn some the tin l meie that\ he had pinched out ::J

day bet -e lard primary election and action of the Dmoeratte prUaaiy. j libscrlbrr wfo! had a little feeling bf for hinisrff ..".11'01 not certa that 1

I '11304! YEARS> who shall wjiea challenged by'l an elector E. L. WHITE.'I compaailoa for the klce!:'. Engtish.l.. i I ilnln pitc him another crtuple' .., .
which '! mord r beng crur'ly
wa so
LXPERIENCEt ; \ i 'I January ti, MM. ,1..IIa.I" show ni v appreciation; .n of I
pled* c ID writing upon be- I
cr.th. j jt right before his can, would\ gently object hi. .lioiie.tv g ti yht not ..", nit like ''i
fore any Inspector, to abide! by and and say: "Two-foar-threc-nauKht.; 1
peak of hi
to
t' honestv nwipinjr fli
t support tl e mult of such primary and [ time this method to inform the rot- the girl would: again r"Pf'at.ouKbt.." from mv. <;;li.l.tone (Mir. hut und.rl, .

support tl e 4omln thereof I I i .. of Dad Ctuaty that I wU bo a eaa- I and tell the subscriber to "look la the the, f.ir..tini.".....e*. ..nn*;derintf the
| for roeIeetIoII to the i'
Th! pol stall be opened and closedat I offlcoofCWkj i dictionary rh'ince he had t.. grab ,it ..11. and consHlermir -
: the Circuit Court subject to the aetio i '!But the world the New 1
moves says
MAwits tie set raJ election districts, at the | ; ; too the nature of Pt.llm.sporters
>< :, the Democratic prfaBartea May I* York Herald. ;The "naught" I. commenclng I i .
: hours IlK I by the general election law. .... If elected. to perform the d ': to be realized In the moat nI I a. they're supposed to be. I '
C0.r/not4TS aC. think be of '
The folio Ing named fibs hereby of the once, m the future. a* ta the was a paragoa hoBeaty
person
....-..-==waer..rM..es. elusive telephone circles. It could not ;II

:=Awteset.:.::=.=:=.- i ppolt :I ed iBspecton and Clerk for **.grateful to the to boat those*f wbo say ability.win favor I wffl as* be expected that the telephone girl (*._.tale W afera.-- j .4
lr..M..a e.raw.
'wet n.a 4N4 ..e...:;-rK..ri 'w4s. thefirst levenil election districts: I / the r __ would surrender all at once She ha | l One-half of a cupful, ..f hrkt brown{
-- nMe.'tteah1fc : fought for that("ought" too long to drop as much rraaalated ='
tngnrcreamed
E. C. DEARBORN. agar "
meeting
(% ntfon of committee on I lI It immediately:} and thas confess that : with one hilf cupful) of hutter i

t t RmertcaH. page. '( she bad been wrong one well beaten eggrmpk.4f

A luwbadf )rewaee := 'sees{ etc e ing shall be by ballot on I hereby announce snyaelf a candidate So. while she ha dropped the"outfit." j cpful of rrafedl rh.x-olale.' nn* and i

.-.Y..1a.S for.,o.. :..s.a.a...,tn.a :.t..oII 1.sSs.. oWMY I Of offlc ef Clerk of taM Clrratt I she has taken up **o" Instaad. So sow ..half capfrls uf fl,,ur. onetptart.fr 1

: tits A rnlsbed by the State aDd for Dade Coallt). subject to taM she repeats 2340 la this manner two- { ..f a tea- .....nful "f <,1' ..n} .. .,
Ji.e.!19 hiD. Domocratte "
'
t. primary loo-- three-four-O .onfiil of tanilla
( ou ity Executive Committee] and at i -|. "is.U toprtlier
:: It Is a splendid victory for English undented. j t.t(> if ...ft do......, roll ....) a listat ;
the lose (of such election, the Inspee- Z. T. MEBRITT. l daw.IDI'''
Optimists rail now see
a time very thin and cut into circle*
tors4 sod Clerk shall proceed to canvass Buena Vlata, Fla I iuat glad day wbea the telephone girl Itfike in a moderate oven.-Detroit
f( tKIJNEYQ1 : -1 t'say "naught" right eat toad.
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us. SAMPLE BAllOT January. . . . : < : .. I I DO NOT TAIL TO SEE I +

February. . . . .,. . I ..
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P.bllalt.d a..re day .zcc_ aa.d.r{ i i !, I Apnl . . . . f . 1446, [WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE I
t, L L I4Tl'l' -ti May . . . .14411 :.
K IilEgLTO. ( a, =,=: j June . . . .. .. 146;1 '
5 1' I July . . .. . . ..... 140 I L 314..12th Stmt.T I
r. .. Ialstb/.a aate.tt.rr.g..vw August . . . . ..1-1 :2b
-;. cat p.a.-;. li lsil.liorld. September.. . . .. 1270
I ... dad-dw.- a....r r I October. . . .... ........ 12 04 -
r- y-..i J..tsars ..NFI ....I._ .. I I i November . . ... . 1192 .,. -- --- -- -- ---- ,.
sal lad .f ii.CRtad saw st tae j December bid .. . 11 8-t '
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'F .--"Watberaj\. nnw. .r.n.taA.I ; I I W. F.
I -4+ -: -- I I' I i MILLER CO.
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f-. t'._x..Uans crew t A...f ate.. I : I I : (Successor 10 EJwia Ntben.) :
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I r, aS. I Mrs. Liirsrmsrrs R .jlArUe.In
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Tlu *y lh I M <' I Mary
H'ne ( lln. Livermore till active
.Mr t""r f !I ..: i I u
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I j jI 413---12th Street. Phone 25.
Miami: printingAdvrrtieing a bright answer! for any one who oppofes -
,.. I raW made! known onCOMPARATIVE I j I her in her undertakings. The -1
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TK her other to give her
r" up
OFFI'' 'r. : Mg, ..Rlh.JJ.ISTUn tIHSI.tt : .J I : lecturing. ..hi'h is more or less of a Mc: :- .EE 'BRO'l5ie, :
: and U. 'twelfth Htr..t. I drain on her physical energies.On .
r: Jppt..1IooIi.r'j }lour.. I one occasion the daughter remonstrated KIXpKK LOU. GA.,
h : nub her in this wie: 1
*" _DI8TAFCEB.. I. I "Mother, dear ju>t think chat s Make, -" .
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t I Wet rroa I .saes shock it mould be to us if tome day
J. TOI. ; Trap..N\&al Weal' you should be brought home dead 1 1" Kinder Lou
I'I' 1''''' steal j ttn.. 1 I "Ye, my child," respoddcd lln. Crates.
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W an 11 III Livermore dryly "*I presume it
w ::::. :::: I-: ,; .1t is= I tat'tl ot I would be quite a shock- o it oud Chase & Harney. Miami ,.
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t. Cp.8.yMi. *I .a, h. 1 I 141o1arlvta a j I be to me-but I think if I eouJd If Sell -" ; ;

....... r.-.,.. 1811 t tN j etap"p. j I I stand it you ooul.i. J I i.
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xxdozr Lou I
142 Crates
8& a .wt.. ti 1' $5 11'7 Ou..n and Arttt
se.7.aa ila.ssa.\.o.. .J i I When Lenbach the German artist I all ov rr Dade County. {' < : -
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the
wa painting portrait
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A 1 PRIL : Queen WUhelmina of Holland the I ) t.
12 1904.
native dress of
queen put on many --
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: tbose movtoi picture I men let i' elf to the artut'i eye and Lenbach . . .. .. . . . . . . =Fir I
K ,t tbr'machines all plc the Russians asked her majesty to choose a more I :

t- '_ sad the Japs will pull off. another artistic dress. Queen Wilhelminasharplv Epicurean Restaurant
'-1' I I I It i iI replied I that the artist mart I : .1

Li I 1 1t I ; paint her as .h* was, and Lenbach, I MS '12th St. ,
!TaW There. Fttenda" bad better raud I ', rising, said *r our majesty can I ,, ><;
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'!'at I ascertain I j command your own subject, but I li't
Nicholas
t bl ones to Contmuov Sernce from 6
o'clock

; how i II h feels to monkey Ith. 4h. burs i draw.-am a Herman and beg leave to with- . . . . .MKM. . . .m.. .,. .until. .10. .p..:atB.M.BAIU. ; :iit.
saw. 1 I I
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r What a pity It Is that me morn off I!' I j I Recent gales have blown; down the J. PECE I ,I
tnrtn cannot fled a:"pawl to lay It on old oak in Wailing wood near Wat- ;
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tbey rf'tl1'f'1&rVrUU1roID I a ton, England under which the two peek 0 Bailey ;
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fa Ion hope.Uts I i Babes in the Wood are fabled to
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1 have been buried by B.iVton. B.rMirW. j -
compassionaterobins.
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Miami win |be visited by no -e tour- The legend has been local- YACHTS. LAUNCHES! SAIL & ROWBOATS"

':than ;ever nee season, b t thereto ,i I ly believed for several centuries, and Orerbanltngj and Repairing. Marine Railway. '
I I I I ancient hall in the neighborhood 7011 ATESUI D .
t be.fat'; greater accommoda :Ions an -I 1 MIAMI FLA.

Ye: them than ever |{befor >. i, contains a mantelpiece curiouslyi''od I ,
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VotwItbatandlnK the fact t lat toe 1I I . '. . . . . .
tarpon season Is oaj 1111 foil blast be'I I I -
Fort |Myers people: still 'And I to''I I

write] about the Hlrpoorh.e i tIDe' I I the :Sap Carlos .

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: ".J 1 I pYft1IDleDta r.r Ala 1; UG I i I I II I rOR : FormQrry 6>ie Palm tlot?1. | 1 1I
FlorIda have not i I" yet ed a I I I i I ; i I
pulse. snd fugttJY from I Corn r Avenue B and 11th
treaty qf I : I Street. ,
o ... _D. United States Senator I I I
ea.rII ODe of these .ta. have a I Gus. '
1Fa ,. A. Muller Proprietor I.
mach safer havRn baD either nada, I

i or Honduras.t ... I,' } Open all the year .

t.. ,I L'I; j Vote For
TM fut. bat a ool and hi mosey
Vu Rates fi 50 pef1 day add up. Special week and
tut" 10 :ootf I. ore and re f'IDr I ;, per to Com- ;j
mer'af I
f i mea. Large Sample Kooma. J
phaslsed. Sete. on iooksI' at 4rKt.co ,
t1 patlliota do h .e Mpar.t 'tbe4mseivea' I James P. Taliaferro I :'P. o. Box US r )MIAMI. FLA. j

[ heir II III orde to (het I I . .' . . . .

I their a th ticket. i lI lIi II II'I I 7k
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fpeakt' do the fOUR ot R! : I I .

l tatlveis 'tf .Un Qi\l-1 te de- I I monly pronounced as Hotel BiscayneOpen
.t (sated aids ttooi .It for nvlt IfQQ I
Booker T. ;Wash) tol dtua wi b I if It was spelled : .
;. bfi1. He said tb Pre.id.nt'was a from November S j
GRAHAM
i t l" ( I ht to Ial 1st. Proprietor
man of big burt DJ l,.e L, as I ,DIbrerdiug : I i.
and Nlltl9i.t. r.Reed;, r Corner venue D and Twelfth Streets ,
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'I" .of K near .. fefse ,ot I IS r. I I Toliver"5u6 i, !'I )

Wuhl I :tu n. and be [can4J quTprlwhe : i j MIAMI ,. 'I j I. FLORIDABURD1NE _
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fi'a there wa t al: pe ui' ,, : I I ;.
hi bla sertl who would' not feel It n I _
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1 honor to 'I' a Booker T. Ww btngt IIt : : 1 i II I -r1-I, 'I
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fl'&bIe.I""I 011 III' tbe rnlted! Stat P
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r markaklle arhlevementd 0 tour Ietpal I
: 'owner p IIlea.aII that l rndon. theE i I II I i I .
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cetro Is uC Ore.it nr1ta1 b at buys :L : I i! tI
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tbd s beet of all C' tle" to unk-halt I I
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huwevi adopter" !, Abe" : pia ".add the FJ : I I I .1' &

American writer bars that ids fair ; : I
( to fcllpiie" the tlttst !protrri i It.e of lua 1 | |, I
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QUARTERMAN.
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f. h I. apt! known 1D"t .. rL.IP'i. ': the Suit i '

r": I Senate ,III take oa tile ct.+e. F

alUaoum the optlltoD t that .
nothing i "will be ,done ungl1 Se.attxBpnoa I Blu; Serge and Fancy Dry Goods. Notions Beautiful and Artistic

: I u let'p orally "a id apoo. ; Light Flannels for Neckwear also' the ')largest dealers i irfN'ofelties, .
I Tpere W be really DO f'ot i 1 half the regular Souvenir .
and Sporting Goods.
tar arto'\ lit tt;f' BurtOll ''The F : price. Ask for < +.
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; 1 of School srmice. "
\Vabbingtdn eorr poodrnt ft the Chi-I $i.oo suit. Books. polite and capable'
r I umH"rald says: 'o 88t a ,
: MOP "u ff.If'I:"", OQ Yfctioa'of ATCohen's. .1.I r rI
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a m thol" m..mbto or the F | I
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4 t I charges. a II kaput for any I Ir i : ;, purdine & Quarlerman.

I cju.e was that f \1mam fount a14nator 1, I '
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1 I. special lDYfaUptt mmit- : For I ; Twfelfth Street 309. II

r tIf found fat of the a boa hip' Ij I |
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I of a letterpable 11' several I 1IItt netIbmt : I t '
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to u.. lettfto. appe 4d to] be 1i I Fur ,
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f i t : U.lted ;8t4te.: and 'j Spat I j,. ,.u i I \ < .t I :
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f ', j i ir I ,i I i I DREARY TIBET.I I ALL OVER THE HOUSE.t I' i

--"--- t "The Ideal"
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H.. M.I KING j| Dr. Sven Hedin in "Central Asia I Suggestions as to the Proper .

!: and Tibet" brings small comfort to Car of tamp I .

Funeral Director and mbal ere those who would aspire to a rest the A lady who bdie\e in hamg her I

I- : j IJOO AVEKl'E D. 4 I I!I; country from the untutored natives "lipht to shine" MIin a farm paper Dry Goods Millinery and :

rrosipk kite tics to Telegraph or TUpb;
''I 1' : gloomy illation. declares that a general thing, a* I

t t i <" I ; he would rather cro-a the dread desert I poe to the i fare of lamp. its to the I Ldies Outfitters. I II
of Gobi dozen times than
a cross boiling of e ga. In the tint place,
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i Tibet There about it
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THE: rout| to Kngland on I visit to relative they receive due attention
I tense of utter desolation. At one should I
frlendH. Carter Leave their !large silk I
and Jliss was a gueitof I t\ery
DAILY UIAU METROPOLIS time he exclaim: 1 can hardly I Bargains '
j the Biwkyne while her. to If paper in the parlor or living I
a more dreary country
conceive
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-r- be alone in than northern room when it is necessary

MIAMI FL tApril 14. 1It)4.PAILHEDU& Mr. U Creech of Qulttr n. Gat.i ,i The desert could not be *' Tibet'j to take then out of door f to ue a One lot Ladies Black and Colored Kid Gloves !
i :eta' In town I oday closing up the business fine hairbrush for cleaning the i Ullt
which he Interested, might .get through", the days I II ; Worthl.tttltof1.50togo Z . .
|lof a crop n was the nights! When the cold freezes from their f ilds or flutmg j Ci try -I-. 50
.. I !land wbichwas grown at Danl M*. I I. the the kitchen land setJed I !
to tlio and the dark
Attics from the Creech 1 Is well! pleased with his venture 'you uii'rrovr I Them down doublet' fo! I Oo M Ladies White S Ik /loves t t.t 1(Q Ls . 25'
t NbrthL& I mountain tan?e'' shut YOU in and ( upon ,
and anticipates returning to engage 1 1I It menace }'OIi with all sorts of imag- newspapers If they have pone sin I, I 1,

U > p. m. I I the. bus i eaa 'personally pest I season. ': inable evils! I was nrrounded by tihadet1Upe there all you take t em i 20 piece Colored Law is. New Styling Patterns .s

Close for the North Emmet 11 ; I' everything I needed 1 -scrrants a off and set a; >ide with the chime 'ys Fast Color Worth lOc. to 12sc. per yard.

t:5 a, JD.I I I :;who h. been berg bodjguard Of Cossack, night watch- Should they(need sa Ling put t I em ,to go (4One. . . . I. ,. . . . . 8 r

1:1 S pj m. I ail 'the 4t'I is fM wth his aunt; Mra. it:. I men and ..iitrh. <1or. .-->andyet, when into a basin tf hot ,..
S. nann this mornlbg oa the I| the inont"MII" raced aonnd my have softened with a little amm< nia lot Lace and Swi i Curtain, Assorted .

THE WpAfHER.Washington I I I Steamer I 2h for j\Jw 1 Yorkt I! yurt and the wolves howl xl in the or borax. Ion't use soap, as iapt ia Styles,,Worth $1.25 to f 1.50One per pair, tog<>(c. 98
where a er visiting some b. will to make them I t I' .
t Eastern Florida,. amiss | mountains I often felt a sense ofi cloudy.
and warmerju'pr north and central 10 to W bl gton and to GaJa, utter loneliness steal o\t'rme.; I done, turn up' the wicks of the laps i lot Ladies White uze Vests with Tape i F I'
fair
1 fair.Maximum. VL, for b. comer.Hon. tb.Dl t ,I and with a \\l\ of stick or a mitch : IB Arm Hole and Neck (5 . . . 12 ((2 '
portions; southern portion 'I 1
I II WilJ Animals. i off the charred edges. Do
i scrape : I
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Minimum, (S. I I q. to Fletch.r, laW)' r. politi-'j I Custom hou MI ofTiccrj are often not cut them unless the wick is very I' One lot Ladies and to&& White and Black

Ii ., daD &Ddea/ aor ot Jack.Onvlle. II confronted with a scriou* proposition I uneven. Remote the rims that surround i Lisle Thread Ho**. to 5'c. @ ;! 25 Fn

In the clt r t I. ....11. Mr. Fletcher is ,I when it comes to clarifying ex i the burner and wipe them I '

.a33a3a I UsN aa ui orJ <. here reptese Ung the First IN.tloDall traordinurr goods shipped from off with the old flannel! ) or soft cloth lot Ladies Waist.; : Worth $1.50 td $3 ()Sits .

;JTQPJCS.. fI Bask of Flgrtda, at Jacksonville, ID: I abroad. Dr. Lester Cox of Philadelphia you reserve for your lamps.Now tog @. . . . . . . .f. ;t' 99
TOWN j- several ui4itatagainst! local d.feadMlta' I who spends much of his fill the lamp, and do it carefully I ''I

to se heard before" Judge H., r.l. the time in biolo 'eal c' ll ting, had a to avoid an overflow. The bed I pieces White and Cream Curtain Screen all ...

SCHEDULE CHA> ES.-Beglimt ring county c Urt4AdmlrA. J ease of rare s; ails( sent to him from plan is to keep a small funnel with New Patterns, Worth ISc. to bite to thi.'ule'
I The stored oil and go C4One 10 i
today the.cbedule1Cf a trains and ; Italy recently case was the can inserting the point
for log time in the customhouse of the tube in the provided ; ,,:
a opening
of Miami ehanrej agate. H tat- E. Benham. U 8. N.. retired way lot Ladies Fine White Waists ;
I Worth
tar tht trains wlllileave and arrt e as web a prominent visitor hen bec follows: Na 7t leave C L aDd yesterda Ftbougb OD a ad mt.adlllral .-. The determine w hl t duty to charge on pour cautiously until the reservoir I 19&-

.. accompanied b1 Jlra. H.IC. this unusual < >argo. rjnail art no u full. The lamps that are made One lot Ladies Muslin
No. M at 7 p. m.; No. SSa. arrtveeai8CTCID 7:00 Underwear ;,all at
and No.2i148:6I Benham. tDroute to WaIIlIlDCtOD from posted on th lid o' iot.urt goods. with reservoirs which fit into outer REDUCED PRICES This Sale.
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Key, West with the body ot their son and it seemcil unreasonable to let far: are decidedly the easiest to fill
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SHE ATTEMPTED ?.-A bel hnsbod, Lieutenant Benham. who them in free c'f charge. Finally one Whatever kind yon use, wipe the
I. th4k fewldays of the officer* lit on a bright idea. outside of the, reservoirs after you I
ct ins her aam ss died city a qo. '
whit woman
Be suggested that the mollusks be have filled and closed them that the
Violet member if the I orth E. B.
Harris a I DOUGLAS
A.. passed as wild animal, and the doctor persistently percolating oil may have i
Miami demt-Bwndi. attempted at wide i G. DI1er. nephew of proprietor
was ,given the cane without further DO encouragement to ,
.. u A. M lIer of the Hotel Baa C&r1oe unnecessary
..4... ., by .ahootiag beraelf through i ,
Tele-
I ditHcuJtl.-I'hiladelphia exude.< Be very sure no drop of oil
the right breast {with a 32-calibri re- rho has been hen aeTen.I. weeks, left
graph. have trickled down upon the outside 310 enJ
waiver ball, piercing the long aDd Ia- ast .lrIItl for his home IB New Tork [r of the lamp to make their way to 312. TwelfthWorld's H _____ Strecte

meting a probably fatal wound. Drs. aty. golnJK via Savannah where b* Civilized and Gouty. the bottom rim or feet tnd leave a

Stages and Jacksa ,dressed the wound IU stay' off several days and visit his The Indians are getting thoroughly greasy place on the stand or shell

sad mad the unfortunate woman as rosin, Chan A. Mailer, who hold a civilised. General Pleasant Give a final rub to the outside oftach

comfortable: a* pa slble. A* I usual a esponsible, position with be Southern Porter, the l last chief of the Creek lamp, replace the rim, chimney Fair Rates
of the express jCcj. Indian nation it sufferer from
traaat lover was 4 the bottom a tnd shade.

rash act She wis, reported resting the"r- 'that |highlv l civilized disease known Sometime it will be necessary to Via I ,

easy this moraine 1 tough there I* little : as gout.. "If 1 had stuck to the life give the lamp a thorough washing .

hop of her .recovery.UTELT of my youth" he says, "I should not i in hot water and ammonia. Nothing -

MEWS 0 THE BAY. 'be a sufferer from any such trouble.I but' a free use of a powerful alkali TheL.&N.R.R.

AT TI 74L DOCILTb. used to live put of doors,) sleep on will remove the clinging grease.

termlaal dock presented the ground and eat plain food. When a I lamp burner U clogged and ,
aa unus-
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Cap Chas. Ball la the yacht Kloa-
:Then I was healthy. Oh but this gives a light boil it for First-cla: Excursion Rates from ,
sally lively appearaaee this BI tning. poor ; aa Jacksonville to St Louis and return,
IIke, win leave Sa urday with Mr. and gout hurt| It jut compel you to w'ter
hour in with
of waah-
Steamer Miami ailed for Havana a lump beginring April 25th; tickets sold daily. ; t
1 Bla< tone and Mr. R iwear. A religious friend told mtt br soda little borax.
Shiaaecock or a
bee
called
via Key'West for t ought toj pray for relief. Maybe $40.55 return limit 15th. $3340 return limit fri days. $27.50
New'Tork. and {Martinique arrived for a week' outing onPotato She Never Forgets.The .
lllra.f.zo so, but it'a easier to swear and seem return limit 15 Itlsyi.Special .
tram Havana All had good lists of Dd empress dowager never for
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to be Porter
morejnaturaL' Chief This Coach Excursions $30.95 round tnp: Return limi f
gets. i ia her constant boast 10 day
aang r*: a Bum er availing themselves e < who U old hat ;
u I over seventy jean She is still possessed with the one from dAte of sale. Ticket sold only I on May loth and
of the opportunity to to NewTork 311. f
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1 and Gladwla. who i I been leadei of his nation for over of''
idea the low '
water. obtaining revenge o& Corresponding rates from other pointsThe
by went I Indian K several day ago : half a centq'1.I _
'. j j barbarians of the west. Hence we

"A GOOD SHOW KG.-By a "bead with 1 r. M. R. Ke um and family and I '' Marie Corolli. are now! informed from t reliable L. & N. Is THE BEST LINE to St Louis.

roaaf aaad fay ,proprietor Gas A. Muller Captal i Irvin Coo In the yacht Zors I I Of her habits of work, her biographers quarter that she is having' her Mant- For vhedules sleeping car reservations or' further ,information,

the Palm Hoteji SaIl Oxloa, laaach that choos secretly enrplled'and has 30-, write to
BOW and i Us5oc. lava returned record she i* mOlt methodical '
I : divided into number of
atertaiaed Brent guest dur- home leaving Kell and Cook there Miss Corelli say; "I writ 004me4 U and half J. M. FLEMING, C. L
lag the 1.800:11: passed u against every
I Captala Sturgis rU that the weather -
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100 la 107. a ipjeadld$ showaad theN was nsst all last week, but until t in the afternoon, alone and avoid( tlje notice of drilled and have na.PtJt.Afft, 206 W. Bat SL JtcksonTfll. 0. P. Art- IxmiiTiU

prove the 1 4atroaa.t. df T4laml4ad that Kellum and CnkjPleasant are determined undisturbed. I generally scribbleoff arc :assiduously
beta armed with the thost modem
hotels __ the first draft of CARE OF HOUSE ANTED-Anyone
Its during the I to have and rough| a story FOR RENT. STORE ROOM
a tarpon 0 two say they wen ponsf North Ch ina 'New*
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closed.IIXMEMBELT4e. in! pencil then I 4 desiring to have their furnished opposite
will not come hoife until they have very rapidly ; ; copy Shsoarhsi. post-office, BOw occupied asa
---I 1 been landed. i it out in pen! and ink, chapter by :, I I home cared for during the summery for bicycle More. Apply to 121 Thirteenth

regalaf meeting e I chapter, with fastidious care, not I : the use of a portion of the same, may I : street US

of the Baird;of Trale|; ; will 4 held to- 'Indian Key right 0" I. the ples uresort n only because II; like a neat manuscript This country takes more than one- communicate with "H" care Of Metropolis. I
but because I think halt of the baled leaf tobacco: which I
alghL of the coos the yscht.s Gras. everything If you want Ice cream that I* pied
I that U worth doing at all III Cuba exports, but t Iftis than onefourthof I
I a. Etta May. Zo Palmetto, Porn sad pore buy It of the Biscayne
I worth doing welL I find too, that the number of ci| an sent out bv the FREE SCHOLARSHIP. I Dnf
: : 11- bOlltaa aid SaYIlI aQd 1I000 boataWhim Company. They nw Tenn... erwas,
lade in the gradual'' process of copying dusky Quren of the Antilles.. So enormous ',
Wham Ey Vagabosdlbelpg i j
fII there In quest tarpoa.I Seven i bl hand the original draft, ,like thepainter' Is the quant! [y of cigar rolled I There are many young people laj II I I'I 1 l' 1U
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PERSONAlUENTION.fI
ff 01 first sketch gets proved In the m nnractorl of the fulled Miami and Dad. county Interested laj : ACllPasr.
I these game IIIODII en save been see.a Square Piano, la good is.j .-
but and enlarged. I II States that I the so irces of supply ofthe j j ,learning book-keeping and stenography i for AIf'. cheap. Mr .
aDd hooked JIO ar done\ bave bees j very J:. (X1M
1... C tu.c. 0( Comes, Fla. ,s\l In landed.'Tbe I Irish Dell industry.Mrs. .1. material: outsldi of that raised under -,' and the Metropolis propose to t i("" '-Jaw- '
; the and I
tars
t e I Stripes are many make It possible for two of them to I ,
the business.VAW. i Eaton
city today OB Florence an rilbwor I and important.
: yacht Roame aster having : I have a chance without the cost of a I Call at the Racket Store and see
; man, happened to I 1UbI -
;:f: t. .. launcb..cl 1 vlngle dollar. For full details of the their line of ladles' crush leather belts
I. the 'O@r..dju.W"II. fr robber b
: Iv4.. 01 was cjty ltan -not india i$ aome- I
''att JtT.IR'JtJIJ[.. II plan see the sixth page of this. papet.i //tot :35 and SO cent: *.
the this oouj
I >esterday4a bu. wpvs or tomorrow thing situ larl! to, t-.rhic when

,++ ImOn.laltbf'D'lIbe' 11\\ Iroreed stop" treated. aline to a certa n proc- I BUSINESS LOCALS. \ BIDS ANTED.I II LARGE FURNISHED''

Mr. A. *. Anthony, of West Pajra ,: to the Guf! roast p Iln.p, the facht t Ieec could molded into f en caCaei with ROOM
I ..... ... Tenders are requ< ted for the delivery 1 electric light Apply 224 Fourth
either I
Beach I* In] the city oday.Ml. Palmetto at dlap, Key or gable of standing an' ease tersest
IAr", J$ reek. tther MrJ Snyder ulfj r amount of rough usage wit out injUJ'1. OFFICER: FOR RENT-Single or en- on the beach at Cape Florida vicinity I U2
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.. Medonald, of j Little River I party to now flshl I C ftarpoe, while in al'tkaranee nat- suite; iteej I )McAllister-Beck real ..tat.. i of Old TOWB.rook South Point and

visitor U the eltyl I I yesterday.H. 'j I ural and attractive ''as the t wu'fares. 320: 1-2 Twelfth Street, )Miami Fla.I .wharf of twelve 1 mndred tons native I I FURNISHED HOUSE,
a
I' dolls la pieces" under I P n Tenth street, for rent Apply at
There risk not fifty pounds.
schooner I
I 1l1. .bt Edrla.Cap t. ao e mca I I- I this
B. Nell and E. U Ditto.' at HostQnrepresentinjt $rroD Ball. which II lied yesterday for: have the faces f {4i.stiBgu per- FOR SALE.-A flrst-claiw sailboat Work to begia not later than May :,Iat. ', office. ;

the Southern Express q I I York laid at he outh of tb.Dlltlt IOnaell. With n a few yea in con.equenre built bY in expert and worth flSA I and completed by August 1st, 1164.I |1 i I
LIVELY
I hu Reje Lion of aDd all CONTEST.w I
I bids
reservedby
iclollmaking me an any
are IB tea 4'y lodair on basin t*. r- ) this 11I0 n. I hen be got Will sell lor $i5. Apply to this office I One with ,
Ir1.b JIIdut-try R. M. Monroe !| vote every ten '
onrber" o oA tt 119. .
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James .. 1 F I I I ,I ?"3 Cocoanut Grove, Fla. i| subscription to the Dally Metropo-
J. U one ofjthe ; : I Its which caa be used
meet : Strong Ecll OPial Se .' toward paying
of/the I The hqullf'boat vanlla. owned by | Headquarters I ,
Sight* grip ', fancy groceries, fruits, I II some worthy
The tl k the young person'
lackaonvlle |Its here. today w1U4 hiitrad commodore. R'eth. ll.1;, of Phllad.Ibl great; city papers ,) j i f>t('.. at Wilson t FI)'.'.. 7 I Chambermaid wanted at Bay View a way .
are fji :ln iu have ig a tar stall ,through correspondence<< course la
) and w Irh b. beds la port all Hotel 503I :
I and bhYf bliihed book-keeping or stenography. For
J! although not p : I tall
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,eanon. has ren I Ir u" at Cocoanut I Des-all' ems, room Tor .'? l&. Inquire 1 particulars read the
ours before, we s U do eo 0 take half-nag i announcement -
J. "A" Pa lit I romtatjolj';merchant GroYe f Ib Mlmm r, I care of Capt. the conceit out 0 the cit breth- uf Bank of Bay G'c yne. I j| NOTICE. II | In to-day's peper.HEAPESTPROPERTT .

manufjrtnrer, | ,Havana klbpry. clod at In. WeatLfrsts fj' f----
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nd irr: >; ctrl ren. Th editorial staff f the I I -- I II
was ta Mlail. yesterday enroute north it left'for Pblladt-Iphl. a few drys Times is romp"" ofl nag1ng Smith's j Restaurant, opposite post- i The Miami Transfer Company IN MIAMI.
( I office: best meals In town. Short ,
oa business) I I i iI ago I ,, editor, Ira Cole; ci v editor. Cole;j' a .pefl y Board and rooms orders by I'iI I I hereby notify all merchants aDd other For sale at a bargain new two-story

s I i 4e I I news editor, ea Cole; 'torial day or week. | that they will not be responsible for house of eight room, and three Iota

c. J. Aeoata, aa old niridf bi w. but j 'O..tlDIt' ...bOOllf'l' I apolla- arrlvea writer, lion. )If., Cole; e change t any debt or other obligation contracted No. 221 Second street price, $%.1150. one-

BOW located! la MonUo err with the j jA. 1 in port. eterda. :y falom! I IJ the lower editor, Cole; Ipre man, 1 4+ IIIU Hotels and families can buy genuine IB their name half cash balance on 'mortgage' I percent .

C. U RI- 1* IB the! city(on busla t -,-. Cole; foreman m J't' of the same Tennessee )cream at Biscayne Drug 19C MIAMI TRANSFER CO. j one year or five. Inquire of owa. '
J I *- Cole edi lira. Company.,. 'i !
; fighting r. 143 er.
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I I EEI1( TPnlo.m h. a /lique/ resortIs (Yont.) T es. role.Forsyth I II 1- 100 TOMATO PICKERS AND TEN 208 E. B. Inat; r
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the Fr..rh book !In that bt' Pure Tennessee
T. R. MaHwier and Miss ttoslca Malone I' crnun oa sale at PACKERS wanted at once by Easter. 217 Eleventh .
I Street
has peen chosen by the C1ITk de la U ,
,. promtnetit people ofl Key W German Ty ; .ph)'. Blayne Drag Coroptny. It: !ling Brothers Cutler Flax UO'' I
came over kudar aDd returned thteg. braJfltt( to direct u"'r' '. la exhibit o' I There is an intei esting confikt iii I 4 i i ...

__ .. I' (.Mole at the Illtern. tlon 1 fI1tpollltknu Germany between 1 >lack letter character Miami jCcisenratory of Music. FOR RENT,-Two new alrely I fin- !j r--

1 --rr. '- I (qr (bf last thirty !. frl. tie Ii credit and the Eon an alphabet. It 'I iFrarHin I Cbiemaa Bush Director2S8 ,-, nlshed rottalt"Appl, to this rumen''
1 ed .:i 'h the Purees of t be French. i distinct kindsof Twelfth| i i
to Street
.%\\. Lf Hill, wife, hree' childrend ea costly keep t1 ro 421 202. I -
maid. Mlnnespollsj have a the tel1t olalland 111 tYtitcagy type; hence inferiority of 1 __ I I,

'. *?r .orld' lair ID 118, 1., and 1i' reading gothic : also contribute I Every subscriber tie
to
[ are here fa ,few day before retarn- f' ie [ Dally Me- at The Racket Store. Our price are )
tag north fc r the rammer. and b Ia coming 14! 8L .onls. : to the > .. in Ger- tropoll cal ad! some deferring young lower. AND.BOOKSELLEffi. .

'I J many. Yet, the i* manifestly man and woman In securing a business -

Kin Evelyn I (niter-t ,r the aeeompllfhefl J I Sleeping Rooms tn n gaining d, a .fostered education by" using the ballots to which We use Tennessee ream ta all oar

I and Twelfth-Street Realdeaca.|Shower bath to called patrioifUsi, long they are eathled oa payment/ of subscription Ice cream aad also bar the plain j
Govprnor-Genell
[ daughter ojf Bismarck maintaini the a.rclWI'form. i' MIAMI i iT
Lady Eahaaiaa,, ,Jsrae-la l..17, t M atame rata Vn t by I *. Read our ,offer oa sixth! cream oa sal* at U Blacayn Drag I FLA.

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- 'MOSQUITO _DC WIlITER.f_ WHAT TAILORS LIKE TO READ. AN AKCIENT QUARRY MMiirht.* of made.and flint which from Ton rontainrd wli.i'-;, tmnlrmrotawrrr the nodule .attrrrd -- ,I t w A"iI *****,

---- ._ '_ &a _...-- ors the .u r fat. n ,I Mn .h, dori!
,,_ ,|al..wa w/hlto sad C. OBI. ....I.h. sad ..... .'.1'1.. of the qunrrr nni ill*"rt Ait many Cr..k.
.......... in That Wax Worked .
Nebraska
, !:a..a ... at..l._ I. tlrk i i One fthovrLi] "I. re the flint mlnIf
: ,, ......-. 'I' I by Unknown Race. wrrr taken out. On the large RatesH
-.l.-.l.I Down in the Eaat river aide a pu"b- pi...-... of lint.atone in 1hr quarry piton **- Clubbing
A free* eoatribvUon to B>oea.alft> lit cart teullcr of chrap books ha. recently *- mar .....* fracture a* if they hair .
eratare." to a +j pamphlet, tuned by tat t takcn! hu stand. ,Hu specialtyi ..**!_ ., .!>_ Purled V..-' thIB been fttriuk. with a hear *!rdr*: The
t boards)of: beajth/ of Belmoat. Maaa f.i t books! for the seafaring1 men who A es_....... .. (.. _/.. I.dleat. .- face 'of the quarry a. .hn.tn br the .
the laalraetkU of the peopl. at that abound n his immediate \jhb..r' I .... Low .. ....... px.-.\,Iinn. !I. a ptrnn.l''**,iar. wall 1:? cgLa.I ra. 1 1f
....II. deaJlag with the aoteanef. Mla 1 I bo.il. h.n l with considerable. khrrwdnr 1 (o- Aa oaw rl. fret high; Th surface ini1irai l*. I II
William Lymaa Vder- ... thebrrr O'nlPrprbiDI purvryor of I I
written by -.1 I fore ditf-.Hnir ass a nrnilar oroWnne
wood} lecturer la the Maaaarhdiwttilaatltpt .o.rlhi 114? to read for r\..r, "'oct,: I the Treat flint qitaijries neatXehawka .1..1..i..n.| Thrrr i* a burr oak standing The people of tJade County will want all the} news
TechBOlogy Tb. b... ,'ho+et fur hi. |m'at ion a *|>otwhence .
of pamphlet Neb., eotennir lunrr than nearly: In the renter of the nit this year a to be an interesting one be-
the of ktrooae on all water 1 rir raa trap frrrit."s as well a* I .. in I
adrieea else township, a part of arUu..A'n .d- R. urn+ p six fret two inrhrc rirc : of elections '
where the moeqalloea May bred: thr ....ri".r. and ...yf....,.. I enlists has found what Ihn think urvidrBce .n a, '..rr"irt. .W cause thIMat.ona f i

and of+jpyretorum powder I. Fh. hooae lirhk i the bu.in...... being done by of the .ezi.tenr.f, a .Loa rare. ".\- t.. tlfcpr |.ir whoilii! this nmrrinr t I
to klD for stupefy the adult pnoaqultb.Prof. the street hook men bant, and by far : hitherto unknown. It i.. b''Il''I|! thai littl* ran t.r said at this time. !
Underwood aayi: ,.1 I the rot .rljon of it i;watlt I .. .... State and
I prea pruH this prehistoric ||>lr ,nelunprd 10 The .ml i|"T.'''% .r \.I"t i : 0i- .t.t.'ti..II' s County
.,. U 'y eU geaerilly bullied ItIIl I ..ilo,.. For the |>r...riit he it ron- neither the, red men nor! the mound. .\. .tu,lit..l until a year. .
moepalto..lbtebatpore| aadj tbm dfe! duittg hini.rlf to .nIIrd'! m,,..I.. (with builders.. But who tbrr wrrr ami aim and that ;'M ...areehtime, .. ;'tipht t
Tab ls .....t4met at: but b..lest the yare I' and thrrr a few religious bool.) at what remote mfr liny inhaUti-il" am* .* at a Hffimtfonrlti.ion. This triimh r- --H-----------: I II
Wiled la the art of biUagtfcey iroaly )- at **t..rq in" I.r rrto.,fa humble nkkelai the \liM>ouri galley cannot now be IB rilrnt. hofirvtr: .\ lacy In i I 1 '
lire to bite agala. The;,' fcmtjj! mqpI I pur rha.t 'IC >% ,01....... on the rarlVinoni ., ascertained. ..,. a recent''!rep| rt from tUau; and too-t of them wr h.r'met :i The Metropolis
quito <( ...illPI bites many 1mN. of *\'...ih Fair". (complete. ). ..o.I.bjt were a race of |patient plod- The work was. w\.t* n atirallr dc.nr. a.
It to owing to tla fart that thf y are I l..otd.-t.-: <.. ooper.jete..all |>ul>li>..hrtl I den whose knowledge and handiwork I if under .iir. mandirvrtu.ni: the tI g Has perfected arrangements whereby it can 'offer
able UxeooTry the germs tit malarial' at prH-r4 ranging| from a quarter up had not born drvrluir' < beyond thrprimitite fliiit from throe tiiirrin if found in such attractive rates for various newspapersthat
lever from peraoij, to person. || ward. | i1o. I. ideas of the stone ape Pt I wrll-madr III'I.I.| ) ."' .* t. tat milr fromthr ''t
J' there should
be
.. I In. no excuse for people re-
van majority of njoaqurtort .. replied ih. nll never pi hunua ,JMood for | I in'uin-r.1! M>. the Xr.. York Tim.... I ItbH. not industry the nom. abaeace they live upon fobdI.j. [ : .. irrpt no lrinand f..r.ea 'artt.., rkiiC race; by their ipiiorancr ainlrriHle a romplifatrd. an.ha rolir&,iral firld. and \ \ the ':year.II .
birds and other ailmal I << and' 'ounIf"Irr. The ration handiwork. that they were not one wh.ch nrnU ni Tr time toHrtrlop.Thfrv iI
are aot to be fuuhc!. open thi, jatrcayoBBK r ian( tell f brttrr torim than many of the refined, almost cmlizrd; nioumlbuilder I arr inih..atio m of thrrr distinct.
and tnfler1 pUnta. I'' iIIl IKKtknyhow.. thr hip folk (rrtfuitr *,, the lint .\mrrHan ahoncme I race or tnlrT fif '..nr.1t'" people tI
"If Jt-not known. !'fist how t org m<*- rnOiifh of the ins. aud the reading J *, whore existence is. drtlnitrlyknown. I hrrrilar Three thrrr Are intrrniinplrd' I.I in
...!but, their a' rape !i1'e ', tn ,. ,. RATES.
..tt ran 11 | matter Ibry wait| on a ; aj.'P". I pla. *. are **-n,,rated in other J' <>* : i
Ia'm' rh io4t r t".nlla+ l orf.\Ii4 rli) ."ppoaed a rattliajr TtMMl( lovr .tury Tt! .rl.lttlia) bl{them II,. through barn with plrniy of exnthwnt *- I they enact*. ann liy whom wrrr thoblitrratnt **\ I I IaU.d ii sun.re.ie.| ..\} and. unlike in nth.
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thew ater hlWrrailnuor a.1p In daHplacet IB it. ? .4'idefrom the moon.' 'r.. ,: 'The Daily Metropolisand
I.. i- cs for| bouM c4ilara |nkparaily : "Nome tailor*. jut before jrOill"offn builders and the l.th'r..l.y ln.liiiii... I 'i*>fl\. -tatrd *r know hut lnMr j One
jM.tild bx .J.if'bf'r; thjraaau long lout a* many u. .HI Year
j > a voyage.. no American ahonprinr are know a Inrirati t fhrni It i., my opiaioit thaI
Spd aurh piat tt for abjrll..r.| tbfy wMikk at a time and other club to- ..t*. and in thrnr quarries i"rtulrnce the. .''uarriea. wrrr Horkid l by .I.il... j
ll. t rougli the wlo d er 'llltj"ed trNS, rrtber and lake quite a mall library of a tranire race.. ; of P4rilr rrlnted. rrtiuttrU, if at ..ill Daily Times-Union $10.00-
ia''av an< >, un :tr! board while their idleours. .
ra pin 1 >o to away There is no doubt the quarrlrs are to ally II1<1i..... know n to the rarlrt I I
aa the ale *>f
fall ftr belowjfreealc (they ate Dot wifeleft I 'Imollt any anti of story *..11. wrll.Ml mints(Treat has are.been buried beneath .na'.n Ihi work. the .Unr ..it.... burr oak Semi-Weekly Times-Union 550.
kl'led. bu, OB tht approark of warm the uilon. ask i* nirthinir .
that of tea feet of ...il. The accumulation trrr trarhrw n that at lal 1 weather heroin* act| e &al.l flying about Mosgtit-.ithe to intrrr them and they ilon't bother -. I of thin flue hate takencenturtra. ao' the ("Mt uhrrr it tandf. va' in |.rarlMnll Weekly Metropolis with Semi.\\'tekly Times-(
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toms are. freiiurBtly area the author' nainvSo
abtMit .tyk or It i I. known p..it.I; the > for name condition an h..Jay. ,
wooda before tbfc{ snow baa wholly of | K. ;hat Union !, .
; I ran sell hrrr hean| HM> f -- e I 12.00
condition. Ass not rhaneeri *t all in I
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left'tb. ground.- I j would br dead. .tot.k around Uritadway. .- [rat ,..erll. Thru how many renturieedid 0..1 trarwlr +frim.Thrrr With Atlanta Journal i\\'ic week
...1.| flt.pt. ; ... ran if 1 were allowrd to |>nidlethere 'it l take for ihn ten fret .>f M>ilt .0id you 'eajuj) }rjur trtpjabroadj ." c* ier the whole t.f the mine? rrl in MMHhe.ad., : | ... .V (..,,.,.... tn_ With Weekly. Palm Beach News $2.ob
"Vrf," .....ered ;Mr I ('Unjr'ill. "but To wltlr the nnMi rd qurntionwhrther !"arty found. lie .keleton.f *e.. ,I.' It I
", ton .ho.." the *'pi my. tint il-.ink owatrr t hr t --
I .**t sal oiiueil!;the kiddufcojkC HEALTH IS YOUTH. thre ituatr<| on
1..1. tn be. I." 1 I Disease and Sickness Brine Old Aga. the. Nrhawka fruit fart ownetl br unntminelt. Ihry acre -ra.i i.
"( ..lda-. IOU eeL n.tbl ag ,.I Ou Isaac M. foliar! <. the work of with tiolrnt i r.nip. anal, Mifftir I Old subscribers must par all back dues before they
waaiir! I II' ; |I Ij.Mibl some artificial arenrv. {of nature an ten..el>. Porn. of the watrrbrought wa- can take advantage of these offers and cat
before
,. B..Q1I.e. moiberandtbe Herbine taken every morning I annimally large part if!f prominent.eienti.ta awry and analtrrd It w.- in, advance must all'orders
kHrla badV} lakr the kroublejlulean I breakfast will keep you la robnat .. wa imlixtril hrr State .Vrrheolorist found to ,contain a 'larre| (irrcewar '. 01 accompany fcjr
{> Ik* frawk foe pork and twtol"Wiikiailen I health Bt you to ward off dlaeaaa. It K. K. Klarksnajn to tint I the ..eBic.-Ikicafa later Uceaa.HAKES these combinations.

Staft ; +_ mrs constipation ,MIUouaneM,.- ,, quarries. Of the andinm of the mentita '
| A CLEAN SWEEP.
fever, skin and liver and kidney !State i m.rLm.D I' i ADDRESS
MAN.JLj pepala :
i I IA i THOCOHTTUl. It purffle the blood pee ant the i iMr : There's nothing like doing a thing '
SC AnatlB. oC Wlaebntcr. sad, romplalata. .. Arrh..t.i'i.t ..
lira. D. .ranrtt: thoroughly Of all the Salve you ever
knew ,what to do In the hour of need. and clean the complexion. rlslt, to thin .... ca..r HiD (wU bad each aa mwiaual CM of W Smith. Whitney. Texaa. writes Apr. I f'f'm'tinn the lirnw of Miami
.d aad liver trouble.[| phyalclanj 3. 19(1%. "1 have aced Herblne. and find. the hill and laid user the fare of thbuarry.i th. best It sweeps awajr and cure Metropolis.lilt
bruise, cots, bolls ul-
> burna. sores
thought olMtd It the bett medirine for constipation Thi excavationn f. i ;n .
1..ot l help her. lift! { ,
New Lit PlUiU4 and liver troubles. It will do ail you 1..lrth.jtoC| : feet wide, and arerarr tri. rera. akin eruption and piles. Ita ?
'tned Dr. Kins' ;, .
claim fort I can highly recommendIt feet injilrplh. It show. that the artisans only Ke and miaranteed to tire sat
at one and was .
ab. cot relief '
We a bottleSold by Red Croat I restored two l lrr of .oli tiratone isfaction. By an druggistsLdw
flaaUy cured. Only. 2Sc.t lat aU 4ttIcI Pharmacy. and one of demoted rock beforethey !.

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-rrFlorida j NOTICK. or elected. The office* of secretary aid CURES COUGHS AND COLDS. "%"%" "tf4 '%--"%%''%"
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East Coast Ry. i 1 treasurer la the discretion of the

To AH Whom It May Concern: I 1 I board of directors bw filled by
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. may Mr*. C. Peterson C2S Lake St, Topeka TradeMark
Notice la hereby given that the an- ,, one and the same person.' The name Kansas says: "0f all the conch I : I
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.1 derslgned Intend to apply to his Excellency of the officer and directors wbo are I'|I remedies! Ballard Horehound Syrup

MVTIMVM-CtA! ..*.. oiTNotm*-*u' IP. William S. Jennings Governor to conduct the business of 'th, corporation i, Is my favorite; 1 iF has don and will "WADDELL'S i

of the:;State of Florida, for Let- until thOM elected at the first |I do all I claimed for It-lo -
that speedily
h S ... is rw N..It r4.!?a r>. ru TI Nu.74iMtif. s..Ma""n Guarantee
fcC D.ur. Daily, iw y. I> ruTKMt. L. i t11 Daily. D 11r ten Patent on the proposed charter election shall be qualified are- Thom-', cure all cough" and told.-and It laI I I a a $'

....... a) TM.LTjk.ooT-.Ar,' .4' s. I 43 Kt hereto annexed: 't I as Costlgan. president: Edward Burke I I ao sweet and pleasant to the taste" I ;\ Written CODtr ct" i i'el '
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----.a. I !! iiifa'JS Iit fiat .SLAaxniurT I ; 4a'' TMaUxtlnrr. / top 1101 h This 24th of February A. D, 1904 first vice-president; John F. Olive, 23e tile. $1.00 bottle. Sold by Red I
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-- I. EDWARD BURKE. I
... second rice-president S. L. Patterson 1 Cross Pharmacy.
101 100 u Vta__{ .fit >t 44a, s. li I44p 4* ** JOHN F. OLIVE ; You *rt ...;.1," or

.. I a H u p !. <*a Ar.J-ala-t < LTOa ,... I II t4. l 1 07 49 |. 1....- I secretary! and tr &t uie*: Iud TbomM ;;,, He it Lot.
I M rl 11 ttaLT.J-alaix.. A' T..a { SO ( Up I...... I THOMAS CO3TIOAN. Costlg n. Edward Burke. John F. Olive i, ...... F..ela.d flab.

TUj, Ar dan+ Male .l. top
Tin TLrb.re.I.oarl T&a| IMS Tie v t11v-+ i S. L. PATTERSON.i shall I.oDsthuthe UH of directors !i 'a made by bnHinf jrrt-rn Js. and M" I by telling .t the
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.. .. J 4 P .. ... Lv.. l.or. I.Baenena. .. tllp .. p.,4atn... IOLliner.. lUiil the p .. for bottom. you i
.. p .. .. .... / Sip. i :''CHARTER. j j I f The orKanlzatlon au-i first annual I'120 niiuut lilt, a".! the noiator

---. H nu > Mlit'p 1 p P 1* /T aMM ...Pupunt.Orainnil. Tlda IM. t/ 'jfir .+..... I'! I I meeting i-f tl.; .stotkhol-1 shall be which irlKinM, lip in.dll: pal in a t... Cda ...,." your wave if Tots a.S .
N 10 a ..pay tona.. l4Ma 138 The undersigned, persons, TJoma held on the first Monday, In April. I rxMinful nf unit ami h"il "I minute sire lID b.T er Krpio ,.. #
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ir I 11 to* S w femTn.a. 1 N 1 W a ICll 8 Up Costlgan. Edward Burke. John F. Olive D. lOOt In the city of Miami. Florida ,I longer 1'0"r..1f 'lb. ...,..r. .o'd. tea IW o/bce a yewe rvtar.diat /.ta

w. W. Erwln and S. L. Patterson '| the principal place of business of i i poooful of ,...tlff. a i iipful of rresnjor I 'AM rmuxy.Caff .

$03p. hereby aaroqiate themselves together rich mltk. beet through and sere sad see ;
i ,, said company at the office of Gra <
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--- P Patterson ft Erwin and thereafter E A.
.. ....... Ito ham. ; ; WADDEUi:
,.... Upis 1 Ip -I MP Melt4 me. tli' II lip .
--..-... ... t 1v ,.... ... banian... ... ll .4 ..... under the law of the State of on the first Monday in February i I ..w vie* N HI_, I keel Essay.:
{ 3p .At 1st. 1e. I 144ID < '{ RliMtnmWell.. I baTe twand that Llorr.aiaa ...... a
ilTl w 3 7 .t R .rvi-ter,..... 't t0 1t a 4')alu UM pits floridaI j of each and every year. t.Wicew.. .rep.' ,
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.. ... tnb.ls103' .. ..... Is. ...... I II Mr r..ld>llB ,..turny..ur kite in tanFln.wieIi.
/ I3P tP Edea....... S tSi/ .. .. I'Jt'I ......... I rbe following' I* the proposed char- I I The emcees [lard board of directors I II .. i....t Hot delight p": : Office First Xat. Balk KnFh.\ \\ Jv
-. Sp ... ..jen Me.... 141). 10 04 aM .... .. .:..... I'jntended corporation: i I
.. { 7 0P .,.... :... .fetuart .... S 30p 1 1'I I of said corporation shall be elected at Then ill hate t>. Vu,. .if irmnir it ,I.nmrbtnlr # r
-- .. .. .. ... ........ Irtlcl* One. The bam of the corpo I '''''''''' v'"'''vvvsv\v*>
-... + ; '/p N Rn4 eat JutitlerW b" nd. t T 4p t01 .. t 21i m S 'I the l Hot! annual> meeting of the stock] rife 1 war rnllj afrsid tie, I '

'V Ma IMP C} p .1.5 Palm Hrarh.Palm T 1i suaiTSSa Iiia 10 f ration shall be the Dade County holders and at each annual meeting .lIhh tiling. was !lf>li'( ttt liMp ib
i aH tf 4 B-a.h. TCOp ? /r. 10 U aCondenMcI Cp Insurance I I t
*>aB p ITi and Trust Company lUltinvore AirerkaJ* TWO 13 BlUE TB'Alf O1fL
iaIt .. 133p .. ...Ji ratan... S C! P .. !T P of the stockholders thereafter or If In ,
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00)p.- .Pelrarf flip Tri 1tP --
M.aH ...-... .. P .... \ LaartenlaJeHallani1a 0 04 P .: IMa ....... 1; P I with principal offlcet at Miami. Dade > any year no regular ancnal meeting i iI I A s.-;... al ta. Alfet.TerShe's Um't pointer for toe MaTaoroUft*

11 11 It Ha ..:: 1U7 p ..Lemoa a t CDa SW& bPy 1 Two. The general nature of ....,.. aDd
Il t fi to f0 'tup Ar T4 V Ise \ Article elected at the next meeting of stock name we know bow to help Jou. W.
!, the bnsinesh to be transacted shall be :| ....- Ydon't, say en!> What is 'if? saw flz U so you peT a |itu, _. Ib4
1S ptutl S wMn tiae 1l rot .b. *. I y holders thereafter called for (hat putpope. the
Ttrtas aK slop II $ Ii i I I the oi real estate I "Her en'baiHi'a. 8he wa. married price of one paper and rrt to* tw.
owners
the Incurinf
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I | !. jpe.Tt.' i.j.-" >lt>dern Science. |::1 JOG wn' The price of UM Dally

Schedule Between JackaonvUl and StIACUMVILU Augnstfn..j m rtcagees. and others interested. Article Six. The highest amountindebtedness <*. _. Tlm..V.loa.DeI CI I..a ha recently
i ; been reduced to the
A wale Aapiret/ '
following :
ru !s ruts} Nu t7+ Nu 71+ N. 49 I INia tl- ,.. 1 N. It+ t 1n'!I real estate, u owners Incnmbrancen which this company may Bibb*-I should like to be a plfla'n-' t; Three month*... ,..priest I1M:

T* IT. *UCOTT1U Kally easily Duy lat+tf Dally h t.a it i.i UaiJy 7a.iyg| r or otherwise against Ion by ,I at any time subject Itself Is one-half thropi.t. i|I :'ix: month*. ...... ..'.... s M .

1 j..J.sa. e.tn .-.. THa 1. M M I !) ai n U r IMp ttop IMP tMp a tt p{ 7 pari reason of lle... Incnmbrance or de- of the amount of Its then fully p.:.* I Gihba-Why? i One lMr.. ...... ...... ......... 01
a tt.aatlM... IMaUMalUM aj 1 Up t tp, 7 top 400 1 slip u PsI, p fectiTe titles; the loaning and Inrest- I la capital stock. "I ..... th. .......J.-a.; ..." let. ;'l 1 W. propose to end JOG both. tbs.

.t AMUtTmfnucuownug ttw tot aN.tt+ N..1st I*patsy*. If l IU.t a It l,*I.u M p tly Nu sat N..7S+ M.J4 I Inc of money upon securities upon Its i Article Seven The named and re*>I ,! Daily and and ttandajr the MrraoroLis Tlme-Unioa for antfukxen .
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Bally 1117 DD.Lp Daly Daly new ,
4.a to1e 4/.a own account, and U agent or trustee
I i Idencet of the incorporate of th e er BALLARD'S HOREHOUND STRL'P.a 1Sia .. | |) .
11..s6.rgutlae- TMa TStaMai II W a 4 att1p| | 4 ( p tltp is ...1pa4 for other persona: the acquiring bold- ,1 Oar ,... ( MW ,..-.
and the amount of
capital a
| 1s 711 company
:J.ek.aa.llls.N s lplI4pjIt 1 1/ TltpTh 141p -
lug, using, leasing. Improving and disposing I[ .of'' will send you ,be Semi-Weekly ;
stock subscribed for by each
are a
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Imeedlately relleTei hoarse, espy nmtUnloB and Guises and *
ToUowing[ Any Through. Pullman Train i of property real and personal '" follows: Thomas Costlgan. New cough oppressed, rsttllnc, rasplnc Manot'OLUI

utttmruMC i I WES1ERN TRAra1 the accepting and titrating of trust
.... ... I .. ._ City one hundred and four Toric'j and difficult breathtac. Henry JC Slit months for
fj **-w Tart a < !1 fld Hirf.l >U.lla i--c. a FI..n lyacUIa. .... .... .. tin*
.. ..l ..M-eo-tWrm-t fmlmLimltvl : }*.. *| _t2-4'rteaeo.nd Florida Tla>lta4r pursuant to orders Judgment and; share Edward .....
.ru 4a_ tatd PInrt_UBlI" a.. I 7 iM 0-Th. ,.....d.UBlI''d i decree of courts of and ; Burke New York Stearns, drofclst. ShnllsbarK. WH, onoyear .... 'i i.......: I.. "

Tkasa.tralM..._ftut*...t..l..!y at Pullman Car and tatr..a t D.y ___.,.....4.. tba.riu.BWhirhao Pairs wsulbi tisk rf 4. I virtue of devises and bequest; acting I John F. Ollvt. New York City, one selling Ballads Horehound Syrup lortwo price of be dally "" Ofre '.0 ,pees t

U agent, attorney-la-faet. executor hundred and three (103) shares; W. years, and hare never had a prtparatlon sad for fifty cease mor. than she .... >i'
A3rPOBD .JWfCK. OZANOZ CITY BBLXCS.IP I i star price of the ]arBoroua. .. .
administrator trustee, assignee, assignee '
.1 I W. Erwin Miami. Flan seventy-five I that baa KInD better satlsfietlon. the ml.Weekly Tlme Unto.
; TATNNL D.117 I .T.nosa for the benefit ,of creditors, .. j i I notice that when I sell a bottle, Citixen and the Farmer sad .f
(h Ioall, Dati Dati !>all f (75) darN, and 8. L. Patterson. Miami and '....

Tsall..Tlwwtll ....:---.A 11 SpI '''...''Lo..I. '.....A rf r i eelrer or guardian; and owning and '. Fla, one hundred and, fifteen they come hark for more. I can honestly Grow.Send j
I N ....-1-tiOe--..A It .. lOt lltla,LT. Lk. el.* .Art Jft 110. operating abstract books covering ...'d share recommend It.. tSe. Me, $'.00. your bseriptions to a*. Case
LT II 11 H.'LT Ormnr. City Ar (115) in advance always at these
::11 u.---- ,! ........ ....F.L It'".. u.4.lAe..Ur.City J..L. titles la Dade County Florida, and j THOMAS COSTIOAN, (Seal) Sold by Red Crow Pliarmaey. ;, Tss Jlnaol'Ou"price/ 1 j

the making and selling of abstracts or I dw i
..."I'$ n TroB'f' ...1. Msj >II'IIIaIJ EDWARD BURKE (Seal) Miami Fit '+
JU searches of title therefrom. I
BBA3C8.; De"y"N llaasday I JOHN F. OLIVE (Seal) I .
Article Three. The amount of the ,
I W. W. ERWIN. (Seal) '
a 4 4" p .._ ._..i_._.-.... ................--.. P capital stork shall be Fifty thousand I4s I PEt>ZSOAS WHO LIVED LOAD. I:
1 M. 53 P ...}._._.._.__... ...... :. ....................... i b I flre'!' S. L. PATTERSON. (Seal) -
.. .. _JoiIt__ .......... ....-.. tIfS0p .. II' dollars (50000.00. divided Into &
.11. .--t.-: .. ......... 14. fp I I _.. ... w._ Who ....... Y":" IN Cooley Homer
1 M "p .-.-p._...._..._ ...-.sans-.-_..'..........i-- L T M I hundred shares I of the par value of STATE OF FLORIDA ... iraalCat. ... ......lo-IIaap I"I

lODe hundred dollara $100.00) e.. h.i COUNTY OF DADE ._.. I I
PEMINEULAR AND OCCIDENTAL $TEA SHtP CONNECTIONS AT ..IULt i which shall be payable at the optionof i i : Tit Peal Estate aa J Pciul aunts 1
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t I On this day personally appeared be 1
The late Pope Leo bad a long life bat -
the corporation la cash ortT.1 I -
IL.II.orr feinc At sum WITH mitK; > tr TIll P.10.1.5. COVArtssH or prnpt fore me Thomas Costlgan, Edward i I t:
compared with the
of other who
real of personal( a! riicatlon I age List I
at Just You
> kVAf4A. KEY WEST AND NASSAU. Burke, John F. Olive W. W. Erwin had gone before him b* was comparatively I Proferty With Tlei.i.Bi."tip"e r.
Board
to be fixed by the of W rectors I
t youthful at his death. Thomas
and 8. L. Patterson to me well known :
Tkaaa TIM''I'.w..bov....ttmf..,whtoh tralM fea lrxnrru mar jl a* person baT
Imai tha_... taftoM. aa-l thrlr BrrtTal .rtrparrnrr ,< th< ',..... ........ !. .............. for that credited with th* ages of its aad riparian property do)
taali .. .. _..... PurpoM.lArticle subscribed their to the foregoing ncbu withla a few ,
I it ai 11 1M Qa paay.fcold > r paartal.lar dalay c My< .4bu'w' name -
1(9. '
.. .I I Jeanne Serimphsa was married a> .us'l walk Of the busineaee.ke
Four. This corporation shall articles of incorporation as and : when she was 117 and died when she was I I ol Miami, being 860 fed oo bay and I 1'1..
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have. .
z.oCAL \ continue and full power to exer- for article: of of 128. Dr. Dnfournel 400 feel -
O.pT.tk. TIUX: CAD or Otkar laforaaaUos ''i I Ii Incorporation the married at lit and deep having a lot of fiae !I
AGE t'h.e and operate Its corporate franchises I Dade County Title Insurance and I became the father of two children and bearing trees]loa It. This U a fineplace \" 11 T+
i-SEE THE TICKET T. ii '
for
: privileges, powers and '"nmunl- Trust Company, and did severally acknowledge idled at 10.) Marie Prlou reacted the 1 a winter 110_. t '(-

J. D. JULKtriK, Aaat. O n. Paa. Acnt.. ST. .ATJQTJSTTJTE, 7LA./ ties for the term of ninety-nine fJl) that they executed the I, ace of 158. A woman of Hetx. the I
: same I i"
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mother of 24 children died at the ace Ttclftl/ itrttt Silatr Bkct
from and after the
yean cooioenctment -
for the and
therein
purposes use expressed. of 100. Surgeon' Polltmaa celebrated his MIAMI, FLA.
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of Its corporate existence i I ole: hundred and fortieth birthday. Patrick I i

Article Fire. The bnslnem. or: this IN WITNESS WHEREOF I (have O'Nell burled seven wives and diedat 1.11'hite I 1.

UKAVY HLACK8MITUINO, company shall be conduotej by aboard ,I hereunto se| my hand and official seal 120. and a Norwegian "peasant Is recorded j ....
U dying at 160: and leaving two Eagle'Batter;
fl 7 Hor..e-Sh<;iilnr, Wsc
fB H d.'f en All Kind sins Rfop.lrlnlf.Br and Soldering-, first Tlce-presldent. second rlce-prcsi | D. 1904. | I nine .ura_,.. Robert Taylor lived to Four Chairs. ; Xo \\'aitilz\

S dent secretary' and treasurer and any (Seal) J. W. HORNED. be 134 and died of excitement on receiving
Best
All Work 6iarmnved, First-Clsss. Service in the
City.
'I I other such officer i.agentt or employeas I Notary Public la and far I the picture of Quell Victoria signedby !!: .f
herself. An Irishman named Brown, A. COLBY. ,
Ave D. may from time to time be appointed diet the State of Florida at LmreM. Proprietor,
Sh.op oo. who was a habitual drunkard lived to 30'1 T..lftllan.._ i
1tie :
''j 1 -- i djliacr ; :
-r- be 128; be had a JO years.

1 I I I Durond 4'EaUnl. of Cahor lived to be

J. MjKI'Donald KS A woman of 124 drank strong coffee Clubbing 'i

in treat quantities her days, whilea

man of 114 lived on fruit.clll..a, melons j

SEABOARDAl AXI a a y and jrb...."" lemon peeL >t Rates. I

PLUMRIXG arid r 1 t I
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You can save
I Aa-rlM BaTarloie with *... E.... money by subscribing 3

.1. RalhJ.aO 1'1UM8ERS' s z i Sift earned .".;....t.: add ''rar. I : for the papers .

L :: SUPPLIES D lemon Julie and lis.ve| gelatin

I \\l--n" ....Id| foM in vthiiteHl| [ I rrrani you want through .
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.I .t. ',i, e snow tree and l iiitir'ere.l I
ORSavaaaah'Columbi Cierelud/ nd Eacjcle! AgmJ ? The
nrri| >-ols hlternafelr in a mold and

: j All !kind! H of whcelii I.. -. 4- |I" l; : j

CamJc i. outhern! Pine fur"i ale or 'rntlil'streel ,. .r,' t"rm,1! nf fiiiea .if *ff avid ""W. 1
d|r rp.1 -ut.. .r inailr flrn i i'i but water
R.lIeigl1. RichnIJ: : \Vi"hingto Balti :)ra, :.ll I I f i Miami Fla -- .. ,- tin n cowl d.Ii"uscLeeprr.) 'Metropolis. i J

i Philadel hill. Nc\\1 Y rk i
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1 g youDaiJy"fimesUnionand jthe
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FOR BURNS.
T.rl ree Ele rat Trails aily. iI I r j

53 beard: N N York; L r111tecl.Seabaard McNeill & Co.Livery ., Dr. used Bergln Elgin 111., writes: "1 Daily Metropolis \jfc, I)
have Ballvrd's Snow Liniment
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: express F i edbtJard Mail 110.093 year or both I j
1 |always recommended It to my friends,
''u I am tonfldent there is no better for six months fo.

Modern 1' 1.J: ; tent.Tb. l. Feed and Sale Stable12th made. 'It is a dandy for bums.: Those I '$.00.'.
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who live on farms are especially liableto I _
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Ywt UrterrR .d-arbt .Let TdimuH Street West of Kuilroud.
4.-1 .., .. ..... .. 1
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..I.a.iu.. N .." a".. 4' '-cr. .4a n.1. rsl w r.bd many accidental cuts, burns, bruise
A.1.41Na ..... t t.....P, .. V .w t 4. .I ".' tr ri,lOr *. Kifl-t'lifH la p. art ,
,......,._rtU.LA ni....111..11:0-: ... iiltall to' <.rd P1 4rl4a fjiatt- \Ve have j gentle horses; broke for lades; to jride, and drive. which heal rapidly when Ballard'i The ;
Snow Liniment Is applied It should j

Only line perarin, ? < 4ilr 1.tll( ; sleeper; fnni. Good Comfortable Carriages always be kept In the house for case I
of i ZSc. We Daily Metropolis!
emergency 1.00 bottle.
.acksonvil! P tu S 1)rll.l dui. i ;
First class Teams and For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. I "
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: dw 1I i iI anal

I Reliable White Drivers. I SemiWeeldjTimes'Lmon!

For full information and sled] cr rcvratit> is, c il >m na :'rfit of th} ,

Se"'ffIrd, or 4ritcA. ,I -

I .. ., It. H. .... .. . '.s s r 1'H-s 9a e4 t4 Bush Safford fc '.1

o. MCDONNELL itjiiiViir aCksODlill '' .

Fla.'I'I t I THE i 221. Twelfth i Stnn.i.' $5.50 a years

s.iC., !ROYL iON. J .. Pas *. Afft. "Florida Pastime" In t: sr ---- I ------ -- Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly .

I ,I i iI. I Times-Union both
---Y-- Publishing-rl {I High Cnde I
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I 1 I 5t4!../.. tar ,..hticati.* ..f : hPa.i,.", illolrainl 1 one year. $2.OO. .
..awa>'i.t Florida Romance d k.. fr tuM. ll .il I I.' ''e'''I''. ..n.. ..'. "
WALT: 8. GHAHAM ".Wl.! [. JArCttdv Jl S i.V P 'TTERnefur. \.* a ..11". la it Edited by a o>rp._,.,. .rnmnrte.iMCtarv i mea aad. w...w.. Half i.fn. Ji Piano'sAND
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aiailniiMir rau vh ft raate -.* 1 .l t -. .. .. ..,
.dwt i I' -.Pr..iMta< !Ioc'. im4 '1..... 5.4 wad h.I4... ......".tt.mw. 3 eKrrr>K>. ..-. I.M. ny 1r. I The J
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tfCI"L-Tae Hecmd. c.-puy .._.. I., .", .. II i* ...bllea....* w.tb a t>,..Y'1-| Pompano Inn
atncnrakrx. 55.1.of naekaadrad ......"' ..... To..b. IbP .............. T'ra..rilia4rTKd ORGAN'S.
.....,... .
effer S. Ii. 11 .
a : >11I ia blaak ''''' sadea4 in Iinla.trial :RK< .
1- C. JackmiTlllr. Fla.. vim .aioeata. .rt sad will ae ealefed fur .me ..,r.'. b lass McComb
bade aet .. eta I Proprietor
: CoyP!! s Co.S rap. ( TA. a ... td.r .ae-.ard .. -- -- - TF. -+- +
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+ l .... aerm. ..... kmr at ..r!. wow Ulu'ii (Sir".cat oat pad retani ;
: PO1ATEb.SEWELL 1r Ikupanlcalaradnniaeiawat vlll reretaelM, Pompano, Florid
e Simplex Piano
COO I | aull I"a"" a beaatifal litWtr r- Player. {

T i I .mrnvrmtr te.utl..vniiar.........u'Flortii et sad..albaoi.... won s *>!; "- -- -,.- -

BU1LDIXG, I MIA$[. 'LA j. t cee,.. "no..y 1'l Cash or easy payments.. Old intrnmenta Accommodation for ,.jrentlemesi
I Industrial Record only. Produce buyers and
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GomvinysekfoanUe I taken in exchange.: solicitont -

!, / P7. !**- I Toning and reg-ul cover
/aryi -sarsnhI sad SpltiS, ar tiaare *** m1.**"" Pry **'*.' '*** I f fI and inspect oar fide stuck ,of from here more than territory in a day
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c_,. we.w.w el -tA.-U-! "Pa r 5$1i1... Da 1.Casaty: I new foods. from any otbe !

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

I .Condition at tie close| of business March 28th, 1904. Below) is a condensed statement of the condition .

of the Fort Dallas National to which the public' attention is called, showing continued increase

t in strength and business. : I i

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I i 1'1' I j 1I I I f, :I.Loans and Discounts. . .,. ... . $163,955 Capital Stock. . . j..$..,. 00

I I t f-. (Overdrafts..i.. . .I. . 250 18 SurPlus I . . . . I I I 2.000 00 .l.

I I:I. I V. S. Bonds to Secure : Circulation . 25,00000 Prots. . . . . . . 1,56972 'I'

I premJUmonthesame..j. . . ... .. 1.437 50 National Hank notes outstanding: . ..| 25.00000 ,

,; 'I 1 I I Dade County Bonds. .) . {..... 5.00000 Deposits .. : j.. 262.07093 f I II

I I, I I I Banking" House..j..j.U. . . . 41.21413 I ,: I I I

I I S. Bonds owned ; . .$ 6.62590 I I I I

I Due from Merchants National ,
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''1 I I'' I Bank ol New York: . 9,15988 i i
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I I I I Due from National Bank of i I 1.

I Jacksonville t"'l .;. . 8,39946 i h

I i Due from Mercantile); Exchange I I 1\k J..,
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I'I Bank of Jacksonville ((7,336 13 1 jl .

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., I Bankers. . . ., .. 11 I ,24908 I .

j ""i) 1 I I! 1 f Iue from, U. S. Treasurer. .. j j 1.250 Oo I

I j .: Cash: f>n hand in vault .j+: . ,i 233; 263 85 IS3,78360 I


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-- I't GOOD TAIXS LAST NIGHT. I from time. to time to the ExecutiveCommittee. ,i I

j 111.! i HOTEl ARRIVALS. i j 'I I (Continued from I First Pace.) I I A revolution was also offered to the: 'mmmm"Tmmmmmmm"'mmmmmm" i

.: I II i effect that all fuids for the usesof the i '

! f i I ,|kind by the holdlbf' of o political meet- ,club should be raised by voluntary; sub- I j!' I = J
BAN AKW loc on that aacrM day thug showing nerl:,W.n and shall be expended by and = I =-
W I' I t authority of the Executive : '
under the ) -
what .tral hu the opposition; hare I t
yf.l Vaughn and wife w ash ngto-4',': to I Committee. = 3 M

\ Mr. at i )I.... W..' W. Rertbert. : I been r"' tui.d. He then urged the club Vordav night|at I o'clock was fixed j == 3 .J
AtJ.D1. :to get down to political work and to I as the recoar meeting time. Special
Case. ; E 3
I I John L Cas .j j Mss I j
i enlist the aid and rapport of the poI I meetings to be held on the call of thepresident
j CllenII = 31 I
Mrs. $. I pie\ In all part of the county.; == = "
rule; tdmlralj A. E. eDh- t I I II
) I, Hetherington, of the
K. .Beiham.ftashlngton: D. A. Caier -- Mr. M. The lily the pink and the roue are = I 3 I fc.
'I Metropolis, was next called upon, aad i not tie Easier flowers among the Japsrere == =
write. lqram. Pa. Mrs
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Mri ,after humorous I Terence to Europena. Christiana; There are the cherry < == =
Til ker "YQII.. Masa.; I -
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In' full bloom at this season -
FtL I lone of tbe'numirous progeny of Mrs.Wiggs trees are ::-- ,
8ckaf Indlanola, ; T. R.: ; -
r. 'and the beautiful blossoms form the I
.eyn! uslna Xaio .,.. Key West;; The j8. ; i of the Ct bbage Patch and the I tokens of Easter rejoicing There Is E 3 I II

W: JKIUon.( p. U. Fletcher, Jackso iTlleq I, way she made peach, comparing her much fasting, and the proresaons are =- STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL =- I
Feelings and rei arks to his own besaid
As for dolls, and egxs E 3
Russia
J oha VJ Gaxzald, St. Louis; H. J. I I good Lblngs. Men In bust- many.
many -
| are given to the-children. Barter eggs
-I Butler I Plttaburg; bared B. Taylqr. ness i or political life are to be Judge E :i plus coNMder this MScricth CoWideatiaf
of course, are an old story to UI. but .
Montgomerhr i by he said, "and the men :: -
AUaa Ju, Acosta, i results j
the giving of dolls at this time of the
A.rBrrart.j Fnlford; Wn A. Fli r. I whose cause we are here to advocate, year would be Usurping good old St. | We Guarantee. Our Clothes. = j l'I I
results for ,
(:remain City: ; ...... J(. C. Funk; West have certainly ichleved ] Vlck'a ";"R'o&It v.. I I I j
'Florida and se >y their fruits we are SmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmK
Palm''Beach. t'-" '''to judge w> accordingly should we reward -j 1 i A French company of wireless telegraphy ::_R 1 '
--1- faithful erranta" He I Ill
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PIONEER 'made manyg and telling points .1 -L
Z. B. BJOWB.. Jacksonvlle; Cp.f I 'I'and closed with a humorous story to Russian gnrrnmeut with a wl.t'eu :,: : I \ E want to say a few words to you and we wish you_ to_ 3 r

Crockett. Miami; W. B. Dorten. eft r; ,Illustrate how _n. Taltaferro sad 'system which will enable It to eom- I!== consider them "STRICTLY Co:>Fin8>TiAL," for we do ==

i W., A. Bats:. .. Wj PaviU. Ha-vanjt; Davis .. to make a home rue mnnlcate between stations thirty j: : '
pJilHudson. not wish to injure the feelings of our com etitors. What we
Mrs. ')McDonaetl. Little River: forth loud and '
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{ which brought prolonged :,miles apart. The Japanese vessels : '
TlbbaJs; J. A. Peeler, W lest I and (made a lasting I hostilities'I wish Jo say is this. ___
were so fitted out before
palm Beach; May I K. WaVley.t Dnrhtk, BuenaYtoU !land telling imp lolL.i I 1M'Pu. and' they' were using a wireless :== i L TiiK: Si.'REST W A\'" of being satisfied with your suit 3:

; J. U Hklth, E. rt .! W. w. Protti iron the next) speaker, I I.PI.ralua between Korea and Japan '' : 4 and worth is We 3
Chicago; N. C Ceke. Duds; 8. K.' .' and he arqmted himself In a splendid l IDt"1lledl.te'atatlon' g 4 getting your money's : toy buy itjhere.
WU.'New York; W. Passmore, J.: i- manner, giving very many i practical 'an Island, having been :,:: 1; Jon; know a single customer who is sorry that he traded ==
placed upon an ( In the Korean :_ I ,1
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sonvDle( ; H. B. Nell, E. L. Ditto SoutA- :reasons why be Is !supporting Senator rtrait. :== i here | but .w e have seen a great many who "Wisiitn THEY ==
era Express Co., Boston; -. W. Darts In this -
and <
r Tallaferro rovernor -- 1
hr'r rBi9CAYNE : == I Il it4" ::i
Ol II 1 I j campaign. He eferred to th-t resultswhich The sovereign who reigns over the ,:
-4 : The ? Our have individual :i
reason cloth| .s stjle. They :
had been t acco-npllihe>l by these smallest monarchy In the world Is the :

HJ.I, J.1 I I gentlemen la the matter of obtaining King of Cocos,, a group of Islands near I'':== are made by the best :make' s in Amerjca. They are differ3
johntW. Chicago W. 8. i Mlatil LArbor I,
; the
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.I ,appropriation
Sumatra These islands were discot- ent from other clothe$, see. The price? Well it is 3E
Pelt,;\Miami; J H.. Barre ; Jr.. N" I after:every othe'.delegation ha* failed I :j you easy
. Haven; H. ri.|Gordon. Jr Bin I., 'He also showed I bow they bit ..nar..1', ered about 300 years ago by the captain :, for us to discount an)* prices in the city. j\Ve are showing a 3 :

r. Miss'' '' Evelyn .(barter.I Iasaa; W. L 'legislation' favot mq[ and wife three children and taafdIndianapolis Florida mentioning T per _t. ared little known till 185, when :
: fv. M. Nellson.. MasSt. ... ,!to the eattleme i by i SenatTa:. I 1250. i j ji ::iI
" Mr. ROM, Englishman, visited ,them :
: Stalky (Nei ., John, N. \Ja: ;Iferr 's work ai aim the mere thai I i '' i The reasan: | ..'e hi\e; too many and they must be 3
was struck by their beau and took
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, R. Olvens." KidCTtoni,; Can.'tcna ; C.1 T. four million, dollars appropriations for == sold. Our jio.OoanjJ 112 00 suits are by far the best to be ==
. _. D. P. MrCrim Don," A. rivers. harbors and public buildings up his abode tbIt Is now his grand I j] ,J '
Dooley cuter, D. (tees, Philadelphia, )lr. Prout said I that these men had son, M. George Reiss, who now holds (;: had for the price. \Ve carry the ,largest stock of clpthing in

j '8. Bobo" >> Dean.' Westj\ Palm\; Beach; ,,(been tried and! we knew what they I sway over the Cdx oe t Dade County and cats fit and please you =:
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. 4.idem Jupiter; a a'TatiM. could; aceomplisb. while those who are :
e1ti Co ChJscksonville:/ : :opposing them{!,are untried and' nn- From $12.C3art i to SI li.iT3: i(> !;t!== :-:
r- RobotaalTUo;: Tll>e. E. M. BreUfttt friendly to this}portion of the State. I worth of butt.rIts:, now exported from == ::::
I II== :.a.a ,.3I :.:a .3I :..:a ::a .:..JIo.
WeM Palm Beadx; |. a Fox Chlcai Mr. Proof speech w4 a good practical Siberia or morf} than twice the value, ;!== ?i '"iI ;;1 3I

a 4 AatboBjr |rertPalm[ Beach: F 1.Geenwa ,. common sense one and was wellreceived 'of the wheat export I of ISna. the lat favorable ";' -

"' iotidon.1 t tr I II --rr- I' ,I After the and, speaking liberally was applauded.over, a motion harveel" ;, year. The, Siberian 'I'i' '\I J i JOHN SEWELL & BRO?| I
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I BAT TIEWJ-I- was made jto extend an Invitation I i cow yields llttlff I milk, hut th t quality i!I II '

R.'C. Browk Ja ksonvUl*; E. i to Messrs. Tallaferro and Davis to address lis( noted for Its richness. About nineteen .== :
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Scott. PaoJUsi.; E! K. Barrett. E. ten I the club Before the campaign U I pounds of 'milk In winter and i== .r !!' !! !! .i: :3
fra'r E :FEElcrr'EFE
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r Carter. Aurusttae(/ ; A. a Burgjri.Calcag I over. I twenty-two pound In summer ,ar :== 3
" *; Jas,:C Kllng. Oomex, Fa|i; : A motion wa* also made for the appointment -
. make .
sufficient to a pound i>f )butter.In !
a T. R. .O.i. Danla: J. Rnsaeu. r .. of 4 committee of five on '.
toed; 1'(' .,L.)' Ertto4. Mrs. Brlttoo. t er.l. :I registration and a like committee on, Denmark twenty-eight pounds are 1 muuuiumiumiMuuuiiiuimmr 1UUUUWWWWWW1UWUUUWtuuuuI
Tart ,I poll tax with |Instructions to report' needed. I J


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