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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 13, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vote 1, No.,!,105. t.=\=-. MIAMI FLORIDA, WEDNESDAYS! APRIL 13.J1904. C= r Price 5 Cents

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T/ : AT PORT ARTHUR Mr. M. S.' Sams Is In the tttyj( J I,ADd Its btstrvctloas to the County I I I1 ADd at Several"V Places Tomato|! Crop : INSPECTION 4I ;


I GaDln4 On Voters Today. /1 I II Cbaunittee.Messrs. Has Beea Finished.I
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,Russia Battling for?! S VICTORIOUS fe Is die I Original Pineapple Gri-rr M >thedtrnorUaaftlaBW I StottUM.' Mflcatf ally Other lw Prices to (he North Bas, I I, tacked I Of c* L Miami t Rifles.Tomorrow .

t I t ,, tl.aas IM tklr Say and 1 Sktap But die Hgyrw Are bpecle1 !

Mastery oday. I i ir Orange Grtwer. i, BoskKss Went On.I to dcrease.The : Night

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RUSSIAN SHIP 11 11t I M. SJ] Sams, candidate for State Senator I The meeting of the County ExecnUr I tomato crop of lower, Dad ha BY ,ADJUT. 6EN1 FOSTER s

I from, this district came In thin CO 1ttee Monday, the official sees Its best and from now on will

I 1 morning and will spend a few days in I, minutes i)
STRIKES A .d M AI aid have become a thing of the past..
+- I IU y- Attests this other part of the county. yesterday presented some. a1
I I I'I jUready the most of. the packinghouses
rE 'I bsslae to ems die Brer fmI Having been ,prevailed upon to enter amusing[I features to the onlooker of at Little River Arc:1L Creek and And Uert. CoL Norra.US.-L. a

i Intel I Ii IN They heM Dead the rate he has gone Into win a Job which the Official chronicler took, no Folford'I hare cloned as have:, other below letJre -T1Ie Boys Are .to Good

6ob j which Will be quit easy since he has logniZaM'.4'Quite: here. At Cutler then to UQ eon-
Aid Dowi WItk Sb HuaJred or I
h 1M DymO BeIIIILc the strong backing of tile people of band mber of the candidates slJeraMe fruit yet to be pkked and Shape and Wfl, Tort Out forty '

Mori Soak 6raaJ Duke Cyrfl : Brevard la both factions having lived were oa together ,with the guardians shjpped. but even this is on A rand t .
of| a, portion of fthem II...... decline Strwfl Before Tkse; lea (Observers -
Those Saved froa the I ISh amongst them long enough to have F. B. Stonama, r L Metcalf and I ;
Amooq Gay
The season a* a whole;! ha been
I I Tpklo. April U.-Detail* of the first their friendship sad good wilL ,He win Redmond! Oauttor. These. gentlemen' about the average, though the market of 'Wary: ErobtfctsvA

S skia -8atde SUB Rages.SL .I ski mtoh oa the Talm river which' occur I II also. poll, a very heavy. vote In Dad watchfnbMa over the wtalfar! of their : baa been congested and price low. Tactics. I'

I d last Sunday, arrived bar to- county because he to known* Talia- ward wa almost pathetic.Th On* shipper 'who" consigned north a

j daj la the report of Admiral Hoaaga ferro man which fact will alone causea amusing part of the performance crate* received a node yesterday that -
which lay: begaa when Ole Urn was reached forth
he waa In debt fl transportation i
-k Patsrsburg April U.-A naval i"fa| accordance with my Instruction large majority of the voters:of this. eel< Independent of his
'I Adjutaat a..a J. Clifford R. roaJer.
battle to I progreaalag, at Fort Atthar.the .'UeauUnant Tamaguchl with five men county to support him. especially when haT this mattor beg broached expense here In -

rUtt ol Which Jit sot Jet know welt to scout the mouth of the Tata It to known that be to fully as capable when Mr.,Stonemia wa oa his feet Other have also picking com oat parking la tile koto eta of the Florid State troop, ipanted ___ :. -,
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The Japanese neft.!. jtachsdlag torpe- river, accomplished the work sad retarked aad competent to represent calling the attenth n of Chairman File! during the past few by IJateuat-OoIauI Staphea
..onto ud torpMoboat destroyers.amber Monday. They entered thee properly to a IM tf _. i l with ..... k. fuss 'I days but eonsldenng T. NorvtDe. C. L N, retired trill ar-
his -- -- -, -'- --- tae good
I them aa Mr. Same M price* that prevailed
opponent rtv
forty-vasdila. Vie Admiral i1vtir In a Oorean Junk sad at I o'clock been funkted. jwrportlng to be the the ant part of the her tomorrow afternoon from '
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Xakaroff aa coda a* the Japan*** ap- Sunday dlatovered a party of Russians. meeting with/ an enthusiastic; reception choice of[i majority of the fsndMstes, atD make a fair profit season, tile theW1Jf total Key West and at S o'clock that sight

,.,.. ordered mt jtho satire Rianto "Laarlac the right bank of tile river wherever be goes and has "W'II before tII4f''primary. from which JIlt crop. oa will inspect Company L> F. 8. T, a4

Jket from the harbor to meet th* so.- In i luck Lieut Tamacnehl attacked encouragement to believe that ;jh* will they,, dwUW. officers of toetion to be Commission men j arm doing e no buy .,pas Lieatenaat-Colaael* upon its fficieacy. dUdpUn sty

lIT. aM oeordna; to Associated Press them. A party of Japanese patrol on win la 4h. |nomination.: chosen dhalrman' Filer read the list log at all now on account of the flood NorTiEs to n-
latormatlo who preparing to draw the'left bank of the riverjoloed| m the referred ,fa S In connection with the ed girded a* on* of the ,military authorities
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wu..htp. 1 Mr. Sains hu only visited this section minute ofi% market but they announce that the Asserlea.._ .. ._..i !w_._.. _.ataJf.__. .:
cep te Ito* -cC batU* U* attack. eetlag held at the courthouse congestion to n .
twice before: the first visit being Zt rapidly going off and that by request to make this
taspecUon
Petropevalosk. knfck; a ialn on|her "la the meantime another large party oa Sunday Jght/prealded over !. and In a few'day the with
market win be .
starboard aid amldshlp and UnaxxUtVteiy f' of Russian la a Junk Joined the years ago ;Fed tile next U years ago. by ff SJonemaa; aid of which J. C. good It not"better]i ban It a Adjutant-General Factor. Th*) two oflcer s;
was at Ole
began to keel and, Wore (her first ants! opened are on fh* Japanese. He Is, of coarse,. surprised see such GranjUng was.secretary: the whole be- opening of the season. hare now about coveted the eatir e

could flood th port 1 l the Russian finally retreated aadjjreaehiBfj log in Of.. of a request to the '' State and from all accounts act ft -
ere* compartments ; a magnificent city _and,, M many good TIle price* quoted today by the local single faded
... tamed the land Ialaed.I eounjilHeeMu appointas election company baa to stand acreditable
a to keep her on aa reo keel. lied along [ officers market
town all the J.... was fancy, 78 amts
tartl add aaak, to)i ft minataj carrying !;:1>I ':!Tat, I exchange of fir. lasted: two I jth*.* *- )Whose, names appeared 'U$ per crater thus making; asst' the choice, inspection aa. la 'each and t

.-. .. -ag4jwest Jtlau! .""uw ey ,Twenty-nine-' yean'. ago' brought the, on:U>J V raUhed._ It'was; atated_ aboat aAta.P'1 average ever butane have.been eombUmeatU > .' _
t > J MIoC.'Grand Dak, Cyril ha* on* idDed and two -.....' .We rr-.r, DDr., pyre l s o 1. au'rilaa' that')there were" JI eta ldite present I the lowest figure Brat% $ad whjehto 'orh L : I' _

w sal two other o>Doers ber4 had;no asoaltte Poor undred atttidsee. from the Bahama! ......... and he I* i la person or by proxy, though when at for the the crop can be add :U to be Pepsi, (hat (btlpsa T Lz'x'c
producer
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'ea- they wen sasdag '4..: i *J1 empty, were Found In the still engaged In a small la this tile names were read If was evident Hundred of tees clear. j will be DO exception to this perredq.t. st- .
way boys, aad i Jzuion
f womenhave Captain
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ne frightful lo s of I the t. It.. believed the RuaUSSIANS that the proxy largely [predominatedMr. bas |drilled al 1. men t
ffie rive great Industry, although devoting most been employed I(to gather and regularly |twb' a weed for
oAlest d l fact I Ii the i i Guy I. Metcalf having come down / the part ..
of his time o his orange grove on Ker.rttt' U attend his erfning handle the crop, and although labor month orl more. The attendance ha
i that they at the I Sunday political : t.
T;; I Island, which to k -st times was bard to secure, there has been large, the men enthusiastic In '-J
ready lot :11 d had 1 LOSE MEN.TokIo. said to be one 'rlce with his porkeU stoned with been ao loss ,
oa account of Insufficient
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to oeape. I I i i of the best (to ill. famous Indian River proxies of various State offlrers. labor and j work aid ambitious to pas a i!:l
the have
.!April 11-An oll clal The crop been marketed redltable 1II"Pl'<"tl0II. and should '...
... the the Grand Da f.1 telegram eountrv.. I dlncuiislon wa precipitated Mhen .. __ _. they ,(I
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from WJJu;? mrs that a/|company of Mr. S. Bobo r.v .M 'uj .c fall It will' nottbe because they did notMo
t ..ewPe reached! >ito parents here jTeervtce Dean rommltt-man from ,: though 1"I ;::
{were held. 'I Russian ;troops attempted] to cross tile CELESTIAL Went Palm Beach offered1' the name* I been forces their bent t" attaia tie mark. I
GO. worked and
"/At the V1a4J f r {palace the tonJfpoadeat I Tain river west of Wju thll l morning : of four gentlemen a* Inspectors and night day In order The company will hOld their last
to the fruit
j jStoneman put on therurbLI ;;
was Informed that the Grand and thai a company of Japanese attacked I Smuggled Chinaman, to Sent Home clerk for his district Instantly. Mr, drill before inspection tonight' Captain
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Duke Boris to going accompany, bU : fnd drove them !i tiac TheKXliea From Pensacola.Pensacola Mr. Metcalf and )Ir. Gautfer I OA Y OR-QREf1.'i CASE. Jaurton nays that he rrperts to hare ]

brother to alakdea.i JAeeordlng to as- of twenty' dead Russians havefound. l1I'f're' on their feet, protesting agaln"t BuffsJo out for In pe'tpn about fort v men. sod
N. T.. April ;:It-An echo of f J
vices Date Cyril's} Injuries are allgit.1 teen Their uniform* showed' April 11-The Unit Chi i such a violation of the divine right? I the naynor-Greea ca* In which would' have more except that several

\ After receipt of-1 definttJUral news hat they belonged to the''I 12th regliment naman ever to be deported from Pen I Lot candidate (by proxy). ''as decl.e4 Government It Is allegdd.. the member of the conipsd) ate .if laiknonrllle 4t
was defrauded
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: UakaroT.death.unsor '. in Utay sharpshooters. I : sacola will be taken from here this I upon at the Sabbath pow-wowj and other 11..<>* and ''e'.nnot
; pae evening out of $7.'**>.0'to. wm be beard In "
eommltte called: kin extraordinary TIle dispatch adds that .Small: parties week' He to Wing Lee Hopp and was 'I Iolr. Gautler. especially waxed eloquecj 'i than foiled States District Court come down fo>( the -...nl. t

session| to pas jupok official dGi- I i lof Russians. without uniforms{ hare attempted arrested by be ;,Immigration Inspector i and righteously wrathful aid his tragle -* .i Judge John R. Hazel. Jon April''before 2, at From here the officers will laapect '--I

patches which: win probably I be gives ,| /to cross the Yale at different i last week at Port Bareness, and givena gesture and df -k. damning scowl' Syn.asa' the companies at Da>toca. Palalka., St.gUHtlne. s

z .at,... points between>> WUu and JT aramPh:) trial baton the' United States Com i doubtless struck much terrpr into that; The question Involved IM whether I ,\" Fenandlna and Jacksonville 1
and that all driven missioner. Tb' Chinaman j' heart of an their work In the
were bai k. iras brought the members of the com- Injunction latter ,j
cirri u f here several months i from + nrtttee, Rao were d ih-fv'' obtained by; Win. a Kirk I,I' Ity .
FEARFUL LOSS OF > I ago) Cuba I v > tM that of Syucu,ee. ,""restraining the sale of "IO'IIDf I .
SL Petersburg April ti-f.tt p. m. j' when off Port Arthur they f(neard| the by the officers now statoned at the Ioi I i"'.1111.1 not immeillstely **r, shy tVynut I I large amount of a ( The lug general rules govern
propertyiselnri I by .1
sound of ban tajr I cat forts. The CeJertsl had ..h.'tld .. .. .. the l! the ln. J we
., Walto going out t jto meet the Japanese firing and the flasn served the !I 1 unbtnit Io >n-_ i1k-ipt, if_. _s .
.M est 'off Port Arthur the battleship I of guns. ,"PIT ielleve thetUbe !rr-nr ,officers u cook for several years while i i small coterie gathered wl' ,oat noticeto meat----u.obtained u against MiinivHJW Ivirk,Of as a bonds-J'Mg-I The inspeotion will be made In the .;

VctropaTloek.atntr ,ck a mine la the oatbeellac wereunknown In action. {Three menU>f-war of they were stationed on the Island and I the other candidates'at; the man for G*ranr, shall ie, continued )!Joe unltor.... and company commaad-

raad.i...< | : lover. vatiot4.tv were j.va Injlh* when' the last of the troops were s; more of Guy I. Metcalf. la the rsrated. As the lu the or m afli-perwtnallS I Inspect their organ- ,.

tutus sad aaok.CTW Fradcally the dal'll"I' distance. I! dered home the ricers decided to or.//! shade of the Sabbath eveplng. RID-I tiled with' the clerk papery of tie United caw States are 'rations prior .to the appointed hour

was loe{L, I I i the Chinaman witki I r them j: The troo Chairman Filer while !'! !'' District Court of Syracuse." It is not i' :o see that all men are properly _. -
GRAND DKE WOUN ).:D. were brought over oa the accept the wishes' of I 'ormed; that the uniforms are
The TCBM! wad icarryiag the nag of transport I the 'candidates !known' In this. city what grounds. I' clean.
Admiral )takan .j I Detflto of tb.; bat- I!: 8t Petersburc April i3. -A eml. I Sumner and Und'd at th* forts and represented, because *i hel stated he I! allowed; for are with bnttnnir In place cap ornament
continuing jthe
official I HooD amool' I f did ...... .. .... I IDj 4ctloa. .'on e.sale", ,> ._. KI.-I.._ i _.. .LA. ...
. tie which la atllj la proereni cannot dispatch | announces j that !!th- was .. them-- I -R-.in-. -- not care whn-- ----r.-s '.u>'a n I but It Is presumed that( the : -- ?- .m. KIU io l n*

be ........ Aojother I*account sari I I Russian battlesbp' PetroparloBk.J .ban I II I United States transport tbs Immigration lion or how the were chosen, I alleges the, Invalidity of the complainant bond.MIMIC .- nen are kbaved, and neat In every parentar -

twenty men eec pcd i tie ctaut r. II I I been! sunk off Port ,Arthur and that officer did sot Ingpectr the vessel, as long as good Olftcet' reel I d. called -4-- wearing white 'military1 standIng -

to estimated thai :Jtron lalz to MYe, cull four of her officers, among them and as a consequence be gained accessto attention to the 1It infairneM/ I WAR IN SEPTEMBER I / collars and white gloves

hundred men pet iahed la. the linking the Grand Duke yril i. were saved and this country with no trouble. of a few randldati*. with! til* aid of New York April l -+:\IaJor-Orof'f'a1 'I "All rifles, Including those lamed 'ot

of the TeecetOread I that be was wounded. 'i j 1 I outside proxies, a tempting to force TI C Corbln. commanding the Division! I the men as well as the reserve supply

Dak .CyHl wad saved only bj AN INVITATION, TOJ( ALL I{ the list upon the |>ommttee, without of the Atlantic sent Invitation* to the on hand should be Io perfect order sad

band. His prothe Grand Dat'i' o THANKS OFFERING RENDERED. [ regard or consideration for the outside Governors of all the Eastern States; free from rust '
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.r Boris l ed| th jcataitropbf I St Petersburg. April IX-Orani< To Become Members candidate He called attentionto and of Texas to take part la the Joint "Alt buttons and brass must be J

'_ through marine ....... Accordlnc to J Jhe I[, Duke Vladimir, uncle of Emperor{ Taliaferro of the Darls- the tact that not single candidate field exercises: the regular army and ,i I: brightly rol 1'bf'll. I
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Ue hlxhert authority '|| latest sots ', has received telegram aaaooacinr Campaign' Club!of Miami.A from the Important precinct of West of the organised militia within the The armies should be In Midi

C; rice ;dived all 'she Inter' palace I'that Jb" son. (tilt I i Grand .Duke Cyrfl cordial Invitation- to Extended I Palm Beach was' represented atl I the department, to be held near Manassa, (M>B to pass. Inspection for rlf'&lllln

'C 'hers Is that the battle still I* pro- J has f seo wounded at' Port Arthur the voters IB too country: i I rontijniaiit to _meeting_ U_..Sunday" night__ ; that only: onecanoraaie Va. beginning September S. as hniM should fT ft". all-lockers J -and' packing_ '
: gress i at POI'Arthfr. Thanksgvng service, because the Hfof < to Miami to Join the Darli-TaJlsferro J \. IOT snenir and one for elerk According to the plan formulated, by In v .v w maa equipment* no*
'I 'the Grand Duke had bee spared I was' represented; and that In fact a the War Department there will' be U.- use should be neatly folded and
Campaign
Club
:: JAPANESE: :. MADE:' ASSACLT.print wae' held at the palace.MAKAROFF club .to located of at this Miami ett11.\ the majority of the candidates had bab'no': I 000 from the organized militia at Ma- packed. but ronvenent for examination. I

Cheefoo. April 11-A disPort the work voice In the matter. He was' tol nassa and an equal number from tile

patch received here froin Arbor / DROWNED. the Important alike. .to...every.._'. eiUxen Io by ,Mr. Graham W. King who sued : regular any All of-- .th. mnn. will. "All stores believed to be unservicaable -
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1 stays that th* Japaaese ;'attached thai St. Petersburg April 11-It I* offi I --- -- --- -wf' I that he had not been notified of) the be under the command of JIsJor-Gen- I ; of every character, should be separated -

: nine'thto morning!, at {daylight, and 'i daily announced that YlcekAdmlra next meeting of the club will beheld 1 meeting aad ventured the Ul'erttba; era! .Corbln, and win' be divided into from tile serviceable property

that th* fan Russlaa fleet\[{ went out Makaroff was drowned at the time o at thej i Fair building $pn Monday I that not oveij one-nfthof the two. .arm.....'* and laid out for. Inspection. Invento

5' to meet then under th* command of the! slaking of the battleship Petroplavlosk sight April 18th. .ClUien In the dadf from Dade county were precut t"Ud1-j I I ries of the unserviceable stores should
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Admiral MakarolT., sad assisted by the I i cannot attend this meet at |L Mr. Klag denounced aiTfalse la dates. This was and presented to the la-
log can Join the clab help'/ finally agreed to aad
and .
forts ...,m W In drlvlag: off the enemy -I,i In ''their several the work unmistakable! term the statement by after this. matters progressed more spector.
localities by sending. IIr. Metealf Company record
SONS OP VETERAN8.f that his faction was' not smoothly. In most Instance books files or or-
their the
name to 8. L. L mea
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..Th dispatch ad the f Miami. Fla, April 13th. W04.Order tary or either of tile following Deere-I appointmentof who had been selected by the Sundaymeeting reports aad

', ...... The *ffct of the bombard- No. 1. The member of Evans ._. comDOml. '*>j. if_nwi......._ .... Inspectors two yean &&0. when ,Mr.'" wer_... nerfertlv. --- .-.'......._."'.t., ___..I. all miscellaneous pacers win m _s._ __'-_
teat on Ole ten and Kantian ;i fleet.I ICommaadery Son of c. T.:! are herb mlttee: -- --- -- ""- Bongs was a candidate for the legis though the committee had a right to I[ ranged conveniently to be submitted

.. sot _tJoDecL'' [ordered to meet In th j .latt're.After' disregard the rio Inspection.
4 office,of Dr. J. M. W. a Melatm! r. W. Raps i wishes of the little cote
---t I I Jackaev Jr. Thnnday ett.enaoo.'Apr'. lAm..... E. U White, A. tL J. E. a great deal of wrangling MrF. rie |It.gave the lie to the Inference th Too much emphasis. cannot be given

t. BRITISH HEARD PIRINQiWe ; 14 1XM, at 4 p. m. :: F! WhartoaL |. Rkhardsaad W. Hahn proxy for a U Patterson, ought to be conveyed that It would not I Importance at preparing for this.

Hal re.Apri! li.-The; BrttUICnnhoal L. R.IRatley It costs moved a* a compromise: measure that be fair by accepting name from the Inspection. It to expected that In each
nothing
Sspteagi.which' left New,. Adjutant' of the dab. {o become' a member two af lthe'alm Inspectors to serve In tile list ;:without objection. Now and then organization every man will be paraded

Ghwanf yeVterday. has arrived her J 4; Abernathy, I I West) Beach district should be where' a Republican had been proposeda and no one excused from attending;

and report that, at_dayllch yeeterday j Cbams.ir.I j ResDertfnlly.E. T. I selected from Mr. Dean's list and two Democrat wa* subsdtated. but further except under argent and unavoidable
Byfagton, PrvideaLLiJ from tile
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GEKtBAL XJ[ IECTORT Abel-Beth J. C. King. H. VLunmus. JOHN )t. BRYAN
I !ICVRES COUGHS AND COLDS.

.I wrfg opt 'ESS.!: t I' Anhby R.Atk.twn. 1. E. iSAMPlE BAllOT FOR THE PRIMARY. W. H ROSSEAl'T -

er.orw.. u .,ft.. II F. LaSalle. AI| L J. HAYGOOD.

.....R4rr) ..< MiiUKC' 2ravfora.T1 BruwnV Mili.il I. Leme,. C. ,D. I I. HARDY. Mrs. C. Peterson C2I Lake St. Topeka r.[
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r-.TT11 i. i.ITtaWter 1 'I' F C. McDonald, J A. -
I j JOHN Ml'LLIKIN. Kansas
It KMKII I IAta. says: 'Of all the cough
.,...,......... a: J. IJ< hltarld1 Butdlne W. M. Mayoard. W. t.. r I .... .
f JOHN
fat'rutt I r HARP. .nt..tBallard'a Horehoond Syrup
INrprr.atr..d.at I ulyl | loci-156 Partial List of the Candidates |
Merrill. Z. T.
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E. T.
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<_*,*.....-. ill Jktix al. urrB.. R Un ? ilul. G. K. a RU'LERSON.W W A. FILER is /toy! favorite: It has done and wfll I

-Ja. .t t e.tiI-a lIUM jK comes "j Brady.E L. r. to be Voted For in This i M :MILTON JR. (' D LEFFLERW do all that Is claimed for It-to speed"!
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,. y- h.:L..iVflUWl***, (Iutalrl.al'MI ,.....'+IM.)1e.eS.W r. ..tr..urA Bailey, B M. :Mejrs. 'S'.i II. I, J. )f. LAMAR I J. SHONE ily hire all coughs and colds- ad It lei j

,' ....... ai4 (:<""11.-.1._' of .ISf Budge. II C. !Morse Fred S. I County at the Primary I 1. L. DODD. D. C. :BROWN ob :,sweet and pleasant to the taste"

swltnie.kuarU ... ..... ., Broader G. D. Moore T. V. I
W..e .1 1t '4"-10" r a.tr.tI.11. I C. fe tOe
A. CRAWFORD \V{ HILL. ot+ $100 bottle. bold by Red ,
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d .... .\ ... .., .r..L Trr..rer.u McDonald. W. H.
Yet Burdlne, J. M. Election.I
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Sl'LLlVAN.
!aspxt t t drllt ill t l fi ; C. O. COUKINGTON.W Crops Pharmacy.
.. ... G. X
... W. McKlnnon
01 > luotuuli. Ill ** .r" Barkm.'F. r j
i ...< l>Ult... ........ ..r. Ai"P rnr H...... Edwin E. ANDERSON '
$.. Blackfean. E. V. Nelson 'I I --
...J- Mlt.a.r .4 Acr. aura and iiMfrtn I
tliS r....... I luiiti 4... .., Challle. rW. H. Peek R. J. I J. w ADAMS. For Best Meats and Choicest
.. Wrr.4ar
nnt 1-4 r M-u Tilr nrrn.Uf. Poultry
...1 _.......,_.,.. a and t .Hn......_ Cohen. \. Prout W. W.Cheatbam. I GUY J. METCALF.J .
.. ..... the information of the Democratic
l "" "" 8 L.Parrtsh. N. WHITNER.
J. H. Patterson <- GO TOC. >
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114.wm/"- voters of the county a sample
Conrad. J. A. Allan R. JOHN Q MITH. i!..
.rrll11!: [ 1'0 II JrI..[" ballot is printed below, containing .a I Ridulerson
rroaianfl. J. O. Rhodes, R. W. : G. P. HEALYA iH. & Co's.
KlB uartial/ list of the candidates to be voted .
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>. Lsru-r) *......... J'H'. Clark; P. C. ROM C. J i c. ULOrfOJR! ,
at U. (......to .! Ilse .(Me "be.al, Drake There will be other names to add as I ::1 t3th Stroot a.nd .Ova. D.
a1Mprv.r.e wit J"01,. ...uI4L.a.Wrt.e. Douglas E. B. Rush. Dr. W. B. I N. DI ICK.
-. f'l. the time does not expire until April' I
.1'.11.
"' Dora. J. K. Rumph. Edw.Raulenun. II. \\'. LO.M1

I 'l. .. N 1''I- Erwin W. W. C. H. fist -which candidates may qualify I I j' They Carry 'a Full Line ,ofFlorida'
... > Rumph, Geo. and have their names put on the ballot. National Commutee- 1,
.J. I'.Tmi'ta rHa. J"'un.II. Enloe, Dr. G. For lerotMT
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K. 31. r h." Frissell G. C. Safford. L. B The ballot when printed for use at J. B. BROKVNE, and Western Meats.

I\. I:<>N.. ,. a.;' Flanagan R. 8. Sewell. E. G. : he lection will be more than twice 1 aa (' cinr.bNs.i!

I P'InI I fH'rl '(....+ fa'I '. Ibf. Exit Ium.t, Frederick. J. S. Saxelby, J. G. | long as this one as here are to be rule F. W. PPE. They ej>tabisl-! I the meat business) here in. Apr 1896

..... RN4' WjUxli, "'., (*. I between each name and blank lineson I
Fmnt. J. 8Cerlack. ulzner C F. .
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rat i. ... t>p r m t
1.t't l1 A P. Smith. Julius. which' to write other names. For 'ludge: of CirruCircuil! Court Seventh I I .

t-.r 1J lv'lh"na"/' GIrtman. James Stoneman. F. B. Voters cans! begin practicing on roarkI I

lipll'I'h. C ., R. Sulzer. A. E. i I lug a craft mark (X) before the name MINOR S. IONES -
asauepl.r i d. Ckatr.aa.L I Wilson's Novelty
H. Burr. LrM fl. t.lk Cautler. T. N. Shanfthan. M. of he candidates". for which they will
J. L. II... .u. ... ...t. l
Graham & wish vote.
JohnSeymour. I to
Sewell. CircuitCfcXML
Attornev--Seventh
IC. lMin.Mfli4HM hrrkC. For Hates
V|........ ,Lwl: .$t... ., .... Board.TsY.a..re. Garthslde C. H. ( R. H. : J onxa :
I I II G. I BLTT i .
D Uramllng, J. C. Sawtell J. P. I .- no w In oVe ration and resdy to receive ,

";/;,, .lu\.L G lIatt, r. Shaw, H. B. i For 1'nlted States SenatorWiLKINSON I JOHN C. aXES. orders. :

lobs B. Lo.r()! MluaKN I Gt-uUer. R. B. Taylor R. R. I ICrIllnc I CALL. FOR ANYTHING IX ,
For State Senator-1 Distrh t- :
: $ ,tue I1'.IC'r A. If.Crtman. Turn&. J. LTarnm WILLIAM S. JENNINGS. WOOD NOVELTIES. -
|, P. S. 3 M SF.
f>Bbrac .( R ear+ ut4 D d C.u.i.al W. H. B. B. J. N. Wlndow and door screens wladow' .
C.ISTOC'KTOS. M. H L' N,
..... [. X. (Math.k. I >Im Brx a. H>>.... J. H. Tatum. J. H. I JAMES P.' and dor I frames, store fixtures stair'

tall L. E. 1 I.I work. Inside trimming of all kinds.
j I DAD: COP5TT ]. [PRR+ I6XTATlY I For the Legislatu
.. dnfcua | Hunter, J. O. Watson C. H. I For Representative\ ,in Congress-Second .
KIXG.LITOS. Rl S.
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W.![..... ri Uort.j Hill William: Whorton. F. H. Congressional District RAH4M WILSON.

,. j DAbS COC.VTT: Of FICEE8.testy i Hetherington. )(. White, E. L.Peyser. I|, J. E. ALEXANDER. BENJAMIN h CONTRACTOR Alto BUILDER.

Ju4(.-Allr4 E. Urr er. Mhusl.wny A. E. Wall. T. A. I i M.i
f. *u Cfcf k..< UKWt CwiR M 4 M.imrtet a-> Hall, W.W. Whaler. R. T. FRANK CLARK. .
I C. DEA*BORN. f r --
-a. Cl Itavtwcn CorMBit Uiwr* I! *.
Hahn F. W.
O. A.
.., I-J.b.1rOAk.. MI"I.JW."u'T.n Worley CHARLES! DOVG H ERTY. J. 8. FREDERICK.Z j

-J. UUOOT.Ti ilea.b :I I Hughes. W. D. Wilson. J. L I w. P. w4TsoN.F. .
: Horner. J. W.Jenes. Woodworth. J. F. I I T MERRITT.R. Are You Going Build ?
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< .-. 1IL..Ith. MlasiL. K. S ... i iIf
Tyn ua.r-C. .............. Hutmko4 )(. E. Wilson R. 8.Xlnanles. '
ebu tr ..... ..... ., o? rvbUe, Isat.... Kolb, A. J. GL 1. r .week .N Su rill" t Coact-Si! E. L. \\'11.&.
.ef.- McrtiUj.,..,sa V_ ,
MJd el UawitV 'jtXMBBl.rt iM -OM W Tars- so. or ti need building material of *
W.kri > hi. BMra ". C. you any
aM
Cbarr.15n. ; J '
J F. T ALOR.. For
_. JssHerTll. E. oooaW. tulfcrtMb kind should
/ "** IIr (GRAVE. SheriffJOHN you not ail to see f "
.dew.IL iuA7 a. A. Belrarr. C'"I ROBBED FR4HOCK.J. 1IJ. ,
Irani B.C. Dmrkvrs. Clerk awl I I
J ..... t R. AD AMS. i
MTd Mltacr A startling Incident U narrated by f For Justices 01 Supreme Court (Vote .
; iTooiftTor SEVKXTH: : JTDICULCUCUIT. JOHN R. HEAL.J. .
i John Oliver of Philadelphia, a* follows tor thnieS. )-
< M. WILLIAMS. A. McDonald & Oo
; : -I was In aa awful condition.: $ COCKRELI.T.
f(.kracl.. Dade cros oUw i...t! *..[ i

CIn"tt..I.-lItoJr.. -.0.. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken SHACiUZFORD; .

,i',1.a ..l.4<>." -... C'DriWm It. Dram, "''aa4./Mta.d.. ,: tongue coated, pain continually to I B. WHi FIELD. I II For County Treasure'- I ;
Pall Tetrad Clrrttli Court Pit c. H. RAlL'ERSON.BEN .
raa >ne : MaaaaT..1_ t......k Mmuln Is tiomater.snw back and sidesj no aDoetlte. [rowlneweaker I I : H. Dealers In !&"tll.. 8",1".IIII.p.. Casles. Brick iJa
DUSTER.For ass
... T_oe. ;jFIr* Moa4ar after f. uurttday day by ... Is April,, ] '
} I had given ma up. Then I that advised j! K B. BROW AIM>, I Yantt a.il OOce. ArrSM D sad l.h Mnet.
Ise DADE'
i : c6cjenr
j : COCIT.R | Tax CoIIP'l.tor-i
% cJiaty JJ..ne.I.L llrfMY llia.t I If to use Electric' Bitten; to my joy the a ... BROWN. .
W. E. NORTON.
nt u. CTIHBI.Au.-r.rT.-a.Li: flrat: bottle Bade a decide Improve I R. W. DAVIS.i ,
.' Winter Tcrai-Klnt Mood.y la Ja-wu>: ., ment. I continued their use for three i D. H. MAYS. ,R R. McLENDON.
I POWERS' MARKE
TPf HO.dare
r Ryriac > -"'" ApfILJ ;
.. .. :, W. G. DERERRY : MEAT
". 1'.ra-FI&t wrT r rm.....-.t.t.:',,. i I II weeks, and am] now a well man. I CHARLES PEACOCK. '

"< f know they robbed the craveof another I For Secretary of State
,V.H. .', LAIrDOFrIC1k,6Ailtlily! I T. X. GALTIER.
I victim. No ode should fall to try J. E; BROOM E. .
IXtf Choice
: lines
a.c'...... Be W, ".Ro bta. kfI.ter. them. Only 501 cents, guaranteed, at I H. C. CRAWFORD ,
I *, For County Assessor of TaxesGEO. -* : Sausage Hams. Poultry etc. -
IIKDCTOBT.t all druggists. "
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C" .I1t'B B. F. KIRK. .
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I I 'I' O. UUTLER.GEO 21M At Kilt; IS MIAJNL rUNIIDA.
if 1AJItonwr 4v.s.C sad TIB at r 4oVMk- dwMr ; I II :

.c .PwlJare.rryKnad.y..naobss......, HHuwl St IS .dork: /lap""I i J,I Far Attorney General- ic. L. MCDONALD. .-- .

p.: .*.'...nut. ...h.at imr-. .:"isx.: barer AU .r.aetisg.vn. ......... a James S. I Roy and charming': j I W. H. ELLIS, L. XIMANIES. : .

I -. .. L.'rafT1trIIoo. -. Pif '. dWKhl..r )lies Edna Roy and son Mr. A. ST. IR.ABRAS. FREDK. S. MORSE
/ I For rnutIDltorD",-
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rraoDb? > .A",. hotT*. tIM Y.rr.er A William A Roy of Wappinfters Fall ,
? C .....vk .met-rrarr aMrtlniSayat w..dat.. :; I H. F. ATKINSON.
1'Is p. ..;, M< day Nrkoe. .1 Ie.. 11 I I New Turk are slotting 1 Mrs. J. W. Leec I For Comptroller:
Pw..rKIgr v II R..erts !.rase .t 1 .. I JAMES: T. SANDER
;:' .. ..r..rftf.s ",* au C.
.r L'I "T* here they will go to Tampa'and: '' Cuba !I I ESTATE
J i I
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Y. Eo f we Ofarr C Iatllw'rl'Mk and return North via Miami and the! '' For State Treasurer I.
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.t .ptI-Prr.eLls a n For Judge
.< lteb.ll s It .... rtt rbia( at !.> |r .: I. East (',"'.-t.--St Petersburg Time*. 'Speurtb L.mgse Ft ... Iwtlnr .. A. E. HEYS :R. I
.*.ae P vpr* m..uf.r "..fcp.._oftl ik H. B 8AfNDERS.. Jr. Offices up stairs Cor. Ave.C:, and U th St. '
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"" I" .1 t&. : Ail are wrlnime.LMTM. p A GREAT FNSATION. For State Superintendent of Public InI I* .
I i I I
L:A..t1yt Pastors I I I at ruction- (Miami i Dade Co., Florida.
TainrvCiicwllVulBI R.. jeake. B mud I --- For Justice of the Peace-Truth DIs- ] I
...t-et-. >l lUltle is : HWHSVr W. H. HOLLOWAY.i ,
I aa .ia.nn *>. 1.tp: wed There was a b14; sensation in Leesrill .I trl.-t- [
W N.
"WE. i SHEATS.
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a .day....e'ij'1.'b. Lr4 and Iblnl 4anrt' ,St_ t *. Ind when W. H. Brown of that I' \V S. HILL

4->r lH ass Fourth at Caw.re place who wan etierted to die, bad J' f. r.KAMLING I I II STOCk
f A.Wa.'I.M.MPas ", > B. F(,LLrn.a. R N-lt>tXltnclotl For Ontnmliiiiioner of Agriculturea -- LARGEST
his life Bared by Dr. King's New Dis- +I I .
au4. i11. l.sapp. E. M..I.IX.L' .
srT> .4r..4 sari a
f... ..-h t...... ........ """'t. {t 'roierv fur (onin4 ption. He writes: For ( n l.hll'I I

.sderrluad.y .tn'agst7l 55 ... ., ..I....p..OIf II "I I endured. InmfftraMe agonies from : ..i_ .a_.n n._wii.' ,v,<_*_nira_I ss h)_.'._- j jr O. :!. CHANDLER.For : i ii flri C7 Croieries.< # fRUITS.

t '' .04'11 .. WmitTa. ...+ \jH- \sthma. tilt New incorery gave i ,i : '
'' /.Y <| t your [ a L. :
4 P.t)5r va.a 'I l, Iona arc .... ,.. MOitGAN.For :fl .l'G'; rd Fertilizers.fRESM:! VEGETABLES
j ... .t"l me immediate relief and soon thereafter ftuiwrvlxor. of Registration I. ;; : .
st rr.'t. r* ad'' i "
"m I eleHed e MTAMI RP; RP or TRAP Adjutant-General
f .t i cures of euus.lmptktn. pneumonia J. C. R. FOSTER. 1 M W. OOODE. : Vfllchtlng' Trade a Specialty

Pr 1nlll 'iinmrhiti and trip
M Brown are numerous. ALLEN : I I
Pint ,--.PritoitIenC T. v. Moor*. I II I Its the prfrltiui remedy) for all throat .! THOMAS. Fur County Superintendent of Public

I:' nand Vfce-Preiria'ent.. .' J. E. Lummiis' and lung 1.,1|1.>*. Price Stir and $1.00.I / 'I 1 | Instruction E. n. Brady & Co.St. !
*4re{ Tr--....... B. B. turn.Utt i I'I''I'I' (Jtiftranteed by ail druggfuts Trial R. E. ROSE. ;! R E. H \1.1.. 1 .

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T tM: .,...n""y"l: : iLum..ue! A. I:. Jf401- t dwl ': E. B. KING .
For Presidential l ,
I' an J B. : W. Hahn. //W. !'f. i Electors -2 ac
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Jolt j i 1 l lIT H. B. BAILEY. 1--- ..
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i For County 'omml""lon.rFI.I :.. oJ -- .....; .......d. =way' i..L1 .
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DING'OMMVPrRl4LAWI l i T..n.yearn ado the entire product ofthe T. A.JJENN1NGS.

nnw W R : PatlenwnBmnriera B. rl: \i. Irish p4ttato rnnir In a-'l 1 of the fur.tyEve J. $. C. KOONCE DmtrlrtF -
.jmr T.; S>)metir, H.wnrtey. fl.: C. AICHF.RM .
cu In ;the Mate of Florida I A. .
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hrlll5OEH-. Rbtlley, B. )(.c ;B.iccaa.. { J I 11 Aid not I aniraiat to 1').'(" "bsr'rela' On F j4TOXEMAN.: R. JOHNS.. 1 I

W 1I.1t"< |I\P.. Rote "c. 'J.jfrtd; ra 1 Friday 'a i angle! barer visited the MltWmentj -hrrk F.

i J fI, :JF ; I 'I IU..ALTf I of HantlDKi. In this county.and ;, For Delegates tit Lerne. National! Conentlon -) For (County ('00101' .ioner-St .ond W. HAIIll

AND AXITARTJscki*>fc. Dist rict-
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r: of .
L purcbaxnl lojMyt harrrls potaloeK -
J M Jr f Prout. ;, W. W j ,.TEalrt.. I JKO; W. LUNHAKT ,
leed: -"napn. R d; KlKfc; II!', Pt.RJVKRS .If that would have made a Northern T J. XppiEYARD. I e; .A&h1tect bad :8 aUjsr
.. I E. II DUIiCK.For .
A'1) HARtl'H RS.- "a. .h.'has. W. | i
; IHJtato l ijtfmer open| his ere* And yet. Jt HI .LMAS. I now have In
I my employ one of thee
.: Runpa.| Ed card |C 4 f fB Iral, the purthac"wan, only' a fra<-tlon of CLAl'DE L'ENGLE I L >> >t draftsman
R. thana h. "U I dmntvR '.mmi< Third M In the: Sooth sad aa r1
1IAII.I ).\f AND rpEioiiTDnuly. i *- the' i ro+(> produced In thin county No I A. P. JORDAN' ':11"-: sionf.r. Q 1- better prepared than ever for tIt 1t.... .1

I j K Lefler. C. vl; :L h.inif.ITm. Hiuh tale ball ever been recorded in JOH.f 8/BEARD .:. Mi IKVLDWINFIEIJI Inc plans aDd details. for toodburidIngs. -

I 'B-. Frw .1 W.. McDonaM.. Jj.i. thin slat' made In a single: day to one T. E. BRYAN, fine
I 8 cabinet
t-HARITI fI. ortit.-. Eo i: T.; I IKTwaFtlprn. '''b. ..r.IThh* fame of Hastings' potatoes W. (I. BRYAN T. A. work eta
11. I I am now headquarters for turnedwork
J. H.K ualas. L. : IG* tcer.l
haH reached large market In thelilted C. A.
CARSON
every
I \4m.mf .: r. I T For Oxinty,. CwBimbwHiuer Fourth scroll .sawing and all work: .s-
I k1 {stales and ,they are acknowledged CLBONA. STEPHENS
,Iper. rn-rlri! ;, RE.riiin(ij{ i jvr : : ( f'.t, : It-I- I nally done In a first class planlnf mill.
.' UI". P. : I .t.U J. H ; OI IltnLl; t| have few equals and no su- ,1 1 i
JOHN SE\\EU n it Send me jour orders for door and
M; ilsw.3. ) : I IIITBIJC 'I pprfura.I'The I .fact that turn a transaction For IVIentes National Convention ,!
jBtl LDfNfB-Hornet.. J f : A. I.EK ALLEN window frames, ballustera. 1Ih. eta.
ka been recorded Is a splendid Second Conxreiislonal) DMrlrt
It ole>. H. f : IWIII)'. J. ILl SeweJ eta. and be convinced.MIAMI..
tribute to the capabilities of our soil.- D. L. G.\fLDEN
II. T.
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t. .dbnANVPA 'RF:8-f'rIaNoll, Glen. St. Augustine Record.A D N. BATCH ELOR. County CfimmlKxIuuer. Fifth F) '
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>nrad J. A.; Rhod .. : L T. S. ANDERSON.J. I Ii

tilt Hcflly ,J. JR. S A BELCHER.
DANDY FOR BURNS. I E. T. BOWDENF .
BiDfCATIOf)L-Bu.oII. -i i E. <; TWtEI>ELL.
Ht w. 111". iI.._ It..t..u.Wjin, I : I ,I I ,
L.PaI.' Aj;- ilT-Sarelby.i :'I'a: ; Bmitn.JYM ; Dr, :Bergin Elgin. ILL, writes: "I M.mboonat Large I State -+ J. A. Robbins & <

.: llte5. 14 J. have used Ballard'a Snow Liniment; t for :Members Board of Public Inxtnir- o.

IMMKIRATI Ac-Hlaekeasa. E. always recommended It friends, ,i Vote for 171rteen.>comrlt. tloij- f fHAraass
lloTM, P. .. ratum. J. H.. DornHnMfi J. .L
ELL HMS
aa I am: confident ti" better R. B.
J |WRNTCRTAI1 GARNETT. {I a.n.d.f c arrl ns a '

'. P ..ENT..JUt...... made. 'It Is a dandy for .' Those |I W. W. FARMER.J. i ,1 -

........ H, C Oanhstde. C. tLJRt41fy. I who live on farms are especially liableto A. Hf1\'DLE For County Memlter State (Commltle- Depository.Quality .

,. a: a.weiu Mia.ADVKRTMI I many accidental cuts burns, bruises GEO. 14! BAHL. I E. N. DIMICK. i, is remembered after
I I long price is
'o-T. tuss. B. B. dtoe.- j
; : which heal rapidly' when BaIlard'sSnow J. O. LA ;' 1\'TISEIC. F B. STdXE.IUS. I I
.' I ye. P. B.: 1 rtiwteak ,. T.),BSekman, I I Ii
Liniment, I
K T.: Hetkeritctea. at P. Is applied. It should B. N. PATH I I forgotten.

The tall Hat Ot ...... .mbertag I! always be,kept la the house for eases H. & PHILLIPS. I For county 1 Omm1'tteemaD-'; I

...., b aD I Ian etaAa.s. leOovai j I of ementescy.! %5t:. fide 'Ut bottle. W. A. HOCKER. JR. I GEORGE W. PARKS. : Qua'ty Makes the Bargain.

r W. J --.!IJ. K, Jr. I I I| For sale by) Red Cross Pharmacy. D. C, PUCTTHItR.N. : I O. 11 KNIGHT. I

: .....'11' Cork, .&.!J. I I II +I.w I jI A. BUTCH. .J./ L w.\< i. M$'rCALF.I I I II 4.1.B. 2w.ltb u..t. -&ad.l1A.


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1 1i a certificate of exemption for the two .date for the oars at Cterk at the Ch

: cult.court. subject to UM action of UM TO STUDY

1 1j 1I I OFFICIAL CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION' years.PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. Democratic 104. put,. Primary' election Mayto ,


Jllb professionsATTORNEYS ii In order to be qualified to vote at the d t J. & FREDERICK. Cxc-IUnt Opprtunetescheels
$ te.AUm, the

j I Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May 1 primary election on May 10th or June FOR TAX COI.LECTOR. In '-"-'Special R'I'
7, 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 %
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te .* Arrnj4j %
10th and June 7th 1904, in Dade County. 1!I must be paid, on or before S o'clock P. I hereby announce myself a candidate -

i : 1 1J M. Friday.' April 29. 1JOf (ten day before for the offlc' of tag collector ol I' The school children living YiUaia a

the first primary election). Dad County. Mbject to the action ol 1
radian fIIBL Loob will nave
?.. .sc reasonable
y the eomlag Democratic primary.dw .

1] A:! meeting of the County Democrat 1 law; and shall at once forward the T. N. OAUTIER. I opportunities U euMMrtiua! with tnWerids .
AT W.WID..t. NOTICE OF IUCGI81'R.ATlON.Not1ee Fair which never hater bar
the Chairman of the Count
Executive Committee for Dade county i returns to :

.*n__ aims and PeearalMletsl. Florida, was held at Miami. Florida I'Executive Committee. I II hereby given that th* Registration FOR STATE'S ATTORNET. bee Exposition offered' to by te any be dlntloctlvety expoaltlesu' .AD edwem-thin

ap.a.la.COlet.d.eeaa' .taiat5aap1s..of on toe, llth day eC April, A. D. 1)04. The assessment to be paid by tIle Book of {'Dad County forth I hereby respectfully aaaounc myself tlooal U all its departsBents.:' special at-

...Gaol. TttIKP lea. Fie. pursuant to 4Journmrnt.Thi various candidates shall be a* follow:: primary election to be held May 10 as a candidate for the offlc ol tendon ha been paid by the ouaac-

Ii I' following amended call for a Representative ....... ........ III 00 1904. win be opened la the several State' Attorney of the Seventh Judicial meat U the development" at the study

I primary election was adopted to-wlt: Senator ............ .......... IS ot election district of.Dad* county Florida Circuit, subject; to the vote of Me In coonerUon with the E alr.

P. T. SIAOOS. K. D, Notice Is hereby given that then Sheriff ........ ................ U ot on the 29th ck1 of March X D. the Democratic primary The correspondence at the odchlis.
slaws that the teachers or director ef
OBe wttk KM Crew rteraixy.BMtdeww will be a Democratic Primary Selection Clerk of the Circuit Court..... SO of 1904, and will be closed on the Kth dw CECIL O. BUTT. many public rnonte la Mkwouri. ....

MU Ine"c..r held In the several' election dlstrtcu .. Tax Assessor .................. 10 Of day of April. A. D. 1904. -'Ti ether its te .not greatly. distant rr-

aft C of Dade county, Florida on May Tax Collector ................. U W(. Th3 following persons are hereby FOR COUNTY BCnodtl. aCPKlUNTaSt- the Exposition are desists of making

MIAMI. FLORIDA. loth. \&H, and if necessary' on June County Treasurer ............. 20 00 I appointed 4j'.> ii'gl.tr.tionl5 i \(fs i DENT. I arrangements to bring their pupils hi

t 7ta. 1904, for the nomination of all I County Judge ................. IS 00 ...r tl.e owe Ociii.. district, to- I hereby announce mylf a eqnoidat i bodies to the Fair In order that the
3. M. JAC1L8ONI JR, i iomc. State and county i for sjnpartauooant c el Pabtle Iiutrarttea : children may pane a few day In studying .
DL ivbocratlc randid t. County Attorney. ..... 10 00 wit: {i
I'' of Dad County *abet; to UM win of : the feature of the great spectacle
:I IHOTKL J.. j to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of .Public Instruction Number One Stuart-W. O. Parks. the voters a* -y b. expeMMd at UM I fur their own Intellectual benefit.Already .

BISCAVKK BLOCK, 4V_. D.I electors at the General' Election to beheld ...... ........... i 00 Number Two Jupiter-R. E. L. Mc- approaching Demos itie pimnry.LeOoa. I a number of such tripe have

November' 8th. 19
MlAKt FLOBIDA.QR I po nted' by the Democratic Governor Supervisor of Registration.... i 00 Number Three West Palm BeachE. dw Hlsml. n*. school making arrangements with the

I the date of hold- railroads for special trumportatioejrates
of the State between
School B'rd. 1 00 H. Dlmlck.
Members' County
oil FOK TAX ASSESSOR.I .
W. B. RUSH. I in) men primary election and the bold- Justices of,.the Peace......... 1 OC Number Four, Hypoluxo (Boynton) I hereby announce myself as a sod accommodations securing hotel In Pt or, Louis boardinghouse not
A. D. 1906.
election
'Phone M. I Ini of the primary Constable 4-................... 1 00 I -Cullen Pence. CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of too far from the fair ground at ro-
C Offloe U;>-1:! 1I street of Democratic candidate for
a
.. Residence. 101h Street and Avenue I an Toted for Countjr Fish and Game Warden 100 I Number Five Delray H. J. Sterling. Dade County, subject to the action of daces' prices. There every probability
'
Ci Ited State Senator' to be '
_. 'Plaoee 78-R. All candidates are required to file a Number Six Pompano Cavender. the Democratic primary.d I' that during the summer vacation, and
MIA FLA. by the Democratic member' of the Leg- I sl.o In the spring and fill there will
mritten application to have his Dame Number' Seven Fort Landerdale-W.
L.
C. XIMAMES.
Is! lure' of the, State o fPlorlda at Its be numerous excursions to St. Louis of w
r. W. BACKD3 appeai- upon the offlcial ballot on M. Marshall. school children '1I'bo111 attend the Exposition
e: Ion !In A. D. 19>5. -
blank* furnished by. the Committee, Number Eight Ojus-J. W. Ivea.Nnc In charge of their teacher and
.A ... CTTDa. 'he follhw ink offlcen are to be nom- i FOR STATE: SENATOR.:
1 Bccom'kBied with above set *er Nine Lemon City-Warren give particular attention to the fetnrrs *-
8pelncstlon and Detail Made In ted' at ald primary election to-. lt: [ I hereby announce myself a* a candidate -
i forth with 8. 1. Secretary I 'which are best calculated te aid
Mitchell
+ for Building of AM: Kind p me United States. Senator. Patters for State Senator trots the Thirteenth -
'
them In mental development
13peeiyQrrlc J of the !County Executive
Number Ten Miami-C. D. Leffler. eo.
BHidt'aerr. 1 ,Representative In Congress Second Senatorial District of Florida Teachers .. well pupils. cannot fall .
AvrixoE D. Committee, on or before the 21st day
13t5. Congressional District. I Number EUven. Cocoanut Grove subject to the wd of the Democratic to derive crest benefit from a study of
of April A. D. 1904.
I i I 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the A. T. Carter. J party to be eiprewed at the primary the Cxpoeltlon. In the Palace of Education h

i I This: April llth 1904.W Number Twelve, Cutler D.C-Bnnra. win be arranged an enormous
term election 104.
csAltl+ full of six I""**" May 19.
A.
DLLE. Filer Number Thirteen. Silver Palmc.W. I mass <>f material collected.. from[ the .
I } Justice: of the Supreme Court r. M ,HUDSON
Attest: Chairman. school of every tate and nation, sden-
DENTIST.9Bela | Governor J George' P. Bull.Secretary. HilL I Totals. Fla. ''Wm:11! rlaaified and showing tn Uvalnallp -

Weise..Ml.e. .wthes t e.ea.r I :of State Number Fourteen DeerfMd-O. W. exhibit of the
ATease0 as4 Ilea... t.MIAMLp 1 Secretary ; I pro tern. I I comparative
Sullivan. work ef school children the world
AttorDeY- Denl.- ever;
OF VOTERS.
J QUALIFICATION FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNET.
I'LOIRD.Lttome This March 12. 1904. .bo there will be a vast amount of
Ij; mptrol1 r. First I Primary-Tuesday, May 10 I hereby announce myself as i candidate -
A. T. CARTER. material serving to show the best methods
f fl. ti Treasurer.t WO*, j for the office of Prosecuting Attorney of teaching sanitation of schoolrooms -
RsgtotndoA. Dsde Cow Fla. ''
Seekers I. ,Superintendent of Public Instrue- Second Primary-Tueaday. mat T. Sapernnor. for Dad* county, subject to the I and other thing of Interest In

-;. .Attention j;' I Uon. !, 104. i[ approachlnc: Demoeratie primary .lection. this connection.

will fiord; It to your interest I .Commissioner. of Agriculture. November H. F. ATKINSON. Special facilities are te be pcvvUedt
You Genera] Election-Tuesday I
to call oa SB* before investing-, 1NRatlro.d: Commissioner.l.Adta .. ltot.! I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. I Miami Fla I the Exposition for the comfort bodies and II,

rmmiahed Lot ** aad room* to taut-General. convenience of such vUUag ef

Rea| bargain la real itatate. The registration books for ,the primary teachers and pupil Jefferson Guards

rent.and country: Insurance.,taxn, 1 Stats Chemist.l election will be opened U each Aa.w.e-ts. win be mesrted m the FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. or other competent guide will .. detailed +
city Ute Seventh ,
4Jsdgs of Circuit Coart. j .
oQectkMia, etc,. attentedljt x I election district In this eouaty on Dally and wwkly hUtrepoUe fw ten eelInn to pilot the parties through the
license riling' Judicial Circuit. ee ts either edition far See .oUan.CandMatoe ground and buildings pointing eat the
have a special March 2*, 1904, and will be kept open I hereby announce myself as a candidate .
all kind legal trano- instate; Attorney. Seventh Judicial for Overt ConustartoMr object of greatest Interest to the children. -
EM to prepare estate Low ee.. every day.' Sunday erupted, kntll the *..,_lien et the school board will be for Justice of the Pence In Dis- From time to time there win be
real ; Circuit.
fera of I
I Z6th day of April. !904. at which time charged _half thaae amounts strict No. 10. and respectfully ask tbe 1 lecture' along educational' line*. .'.
a tent 011. 1'Prosecuting: Attorney.
Prompt }
Co C. CARROLL. they wu> be closed. No axnooMMBMit teawted unto paid support of tbe voter In said district But the entire Exposition\ to be .
1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial tor. d. William S. HilL vast picture of universal Industry sad f-
: Notary The registration books will not be ,
err District -r= -- -=- I with lu m.nt'm.cbl_ la
JM ATI. D. 3ZAm 1'1KV1Ip P.bliC.1 reopened for the second primary elec many ,
COCMTT TREA4CRKR. jI j-
FOR
I 1 t Member' of the HOUM of Representatives. ., motion iti factories aDd mines In oper v
tion. hereby announce myself' a candidate ation. soil Its thorough
f'lpo
Re11A,1lOC.rs4aatt ; I To UM DawMcratle Voter of Dad c.tr. .--
AU persons may register who are for re-lection as Justice of the the procMxen of ppodwlnn finished article
odcta. 1 County Judge. Florida:
vltizens. whether they have paid their I hereby ancoene myself a Candida Peace in this the 10th district As I ,: from the raw material It will frnl ,

W. C i MAYNARD. I, 1 Sheriff. poD taxes or not; but they cannot tote' for r- l eUoo te the office of Treasurer i am now serving In this rapacity I .h object( .lesions to both teacher' and tr ti
Hui r*<" .... 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. I te UM pupil which will be entertaining a* j
L' .Dfc M unless their poll taxes which may be at D4 Covatyj; Florida subject would appreciate an endorsement in
1 County Assessor. of Taxes. DMDocndII 'well *w highly Inftrui-tive. The child
will at a Majority>of UM j jrotera. ,
1L1..1mn1e1] Fitted: [[ egally due are paid as prodded, bylaw. accordance with the Democratic' prin- '
I 1 Taxi;Collector. II oa win' k* -iii.a iit .. UM D.- utur.il inierrct'la| seeing bow UUili L i
Iitebts, QKai Maier ir, 1 Coubty Superintendent of Public Intraction. boats primary May M 1104. (Iples of returning Tex a second term 'work will .be one of the gresllest\ aids ;

a \ POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. I, C H. HAUTJRaOX.dw :an Incumbent who has aatisfactorlly toward the acquisition of knowledge.It .f
( !
Payment of poll taxea for 1902 and Miami Fla. ; filled the office. Is safe to assert that there 'will htbonxatidi :
GEO. L.I McD NALD i Surveyor. I t of children at the WorWi
1 John C. Gramllng. 1"
1903 is a prertqnUit* to voting at all I', .
a1 b&lDeer j i } County Treasurer. I elections this :year. I, i A. II:. HETSEK. I Fair woo will learn more In one daY. '
County Commissioners.
f observation of the great moving paao- T
.......1..sad 1bet.ldg La- .t S ) 5 of]! the County 'Board of EXEMPTIONS. Candidate for FOR STATE SENATE. rams than they coahl imnlhe. from swbo
dw County .Judge.FOR
FLA.J
I
OROVK. Public I foliopersons conditions I I I hereby announce my canddacy' for
COCOANUT: [,i Instruction. The lag exempt >' ix-anoii's tcaculDK iliruiish tbe w
State Senator from the Thirteenth'
from the of medium of text tmnki.
payment and for Dls-
Justice of the Peace in
1 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Senatorial DMrict of Florida, subjectto Supl.OM| *. fur If.tanee. that teacherdcslr V
No 2 S. 4. *. 6, 7. t t. or poll taxes: I s
1. ,
/ triets i
j. A. DANN.eiA 10.ill. First-Any one who has lost a limb The many friend and supporters of the will of the Democrats of Brerard < to cive hit pupil* luformjUoa

/ 12 and IX the present member of the Board of and Dadecountie to be expressed' at a. In She iinoliH-t of the. various slates

-* w. ......ILR.trer ..rib4p.aem. 1 Constable la and for District Nos. ia battle, for Dade the election of the I'ni-m.! .\ walk abet! the Mil'
-. County Commissioners primary May loth. 19 J ..".l'ens-.tins r'w.L... 1. fc. S, 4. 5. 6. 7. S. 1. 10. 11. 12 Second-j-Aiy' one mho was S5 yearsof I i county have prevailed upon them to .I M. Seabrook Same ti
age O1lor before December 31. 190L Inpt arc to.iite.1. "UJ.'JO"O'II| \\f. I.t'JII'h .
MR L an* 13. stand for and Courtenay. Brevard Co. .'a.I .
re-election hereby
prevent .
....*. Third- one becoming of age of lb.-.t baml nnp buildings. the'
Mew IU Presidential jAny (211 I' y
Electors
..... I
I IrriTmuoNhAlU .
their names, as follow: F. CAlcher children will be able to '::11. in orma- +
National Con rears old) on or after January 1, 1903. FOR
4 Delegates at Large to : George W. Lafnhart, R. E I NATIONAL DELEGATE lion which midit miulrc im>tithJ to obtain
Fourth--Any one who had become
TR I ye Uoa. :i .1 McDonald. !John Bewetl and L. !ABeleber In any other w.y. Fnrberi| In/or-
I 2 trtstjrict\ Delegates. j I I resident of this State and county m I ''the- tb.D; I am a candidate! for the position of nation may lie miiuintl, by Vixlting. ; the
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tires GeWeI iI'svests, l raUln.'. 13 Members at Large of State CommittW or after January 1. 1902. | crane primary of )1.1,10, 1904.FOR j JelFKate to the' National DermxTatie f'sbl1! mUivt and studying the di*

I I I I If properly' registered say of the Convention at St. Louis! >lo., for See plajof the |mnlu< t* of tine tales that

: and Congressional mtrict.. I will be found tie-n-In. .
all
above can vote at elections. State am permitted -
ARE YOU 301NG' 1 County Member of Slat* Committee. ,' SHERIFF. If It 1 I.. d-T.lr.-a' that .be children learapometblns
f Committee. and county, held this1' year, without I to refer to the entire iiem' "oar)
1 Member National i i atmul the actual work'nxtof
West ? I, paying any poll or capitation: tax. I I of Orange county retarding!: my standing -
North or 1 Supervisor of Reglstrs on. Democratic mill H. a trip through, the treat wining'
To the voters of Dad CounI
EXEMPTIONS. as a Democrat and If I fortunate
I 11 County Fish Warden. PARTIAL I In. Flortdai : am Kiili-ii ..n the K\j..y
THELouiSYille 1| Member of Dade Counts Democratic I Persons under the following conditions I hereby "!IOU,," myself a candidate enough ko have your aid in funiNh lire infonu.ttmn.. Here the pll-

& HisMlle ', Executive .) j la and for will be liable for one poll tax for ...-.lertIoIs to the omce of 8brln"a' < Dade' county at the .election! I shall pill. may ..... cold. nilver.' ....f|...r. fcadinimii

NOT J. Z. 5. C, 7. .. only for 1902 or 1303.: as the case maybe Dad Count FlorkU. abject to the appreciate II"-oa. In operation. all the
Preclncu S.J4, will of the majority of the Democrat uresrtly; |it, and ran assure pn. ..s of takinu out jyKl redwing"

'k ; Railroad! 9, 10. 11. 12, 1:1. and l| ''I : rotor a* will be xprMed In tb* DMOicratlc you Orange; county Dem'
Often .neicelled poa. n...r seruicr. The rules governing Did primal Any one who*, became: S5 years old I primary to be held Mar 1*. Wt A .,. IiTil.l' knowh. >il)9> of htatory

Modern train* eurrjint Fnllnsalecpen election shall .be the sai.le as those I during 1903 will!be required to pay $1 I dw : JOHN FROHOCKi: .I it. and a tote' for bixtarti-al "" ,ding may

coach, free redlining : Very truly yours, imparted to the cool. ('Uliilren by
sip-lo-jlaM adopted' by the Democratic Executive : for account of poll tax for that ye... .

ebale cars, and dining )lean their held la i iI who become of I I announce' D. N. rurlielor.Winter ..
Committee at meeting Any one may age (21 hereby myself u a candidate .Ihbtfort upon the pan of tlx'frteaili.T

between'" era and southern eitb-.. Jacksonville oil January *2d! 1904. forgoverning yean old) at any time during 19021 I tor Sheriff of Dade county, Park Fla. in vi'ltln' :: the I:Inrerntmfitbuilding

Tb a..., 4AB oibg' star! .nie. ,ink the I' Stale prlmari..f i, so far as i will be requlredjjto pay It for poll tax Florida, at II the next Democratic primary ,I -- -- and cxjniinlni the |>n, "silo '' i HEElTFOR 'nt!" to be ubinrn tier.Here.
'
Tickets I the same will be applicable to the for the year' 190)1 j i and Mk for the votes of my 1 I LITTLE LANTERNS. .
Ar aU 811 Through ra also tl < iclorvv of Mvil iMvrrnmwtmay
county primary Those std only those fellow Democrats and those who will I, --4
resident of this I I. ,
becoming b U-tnr advaa-
a Muvbt
Anyone in
.
i' 'C-amtartar sew .*!*.. fvrrr Tkvlr inu
,
i. & N- persons shall f permitted to becomecandidates I : be qualifiedto! becoue voters at that tsp than from i.-\r I 1ssI.H. each department
State and. county daring ,,1902, will be Llil !. T...... Ttrk.la ttwloai for! -
bef roo, or volt at or par- primary. I promise, if elected to faithfully I I. f>f tl... National <:.Inlrernnient
tex
ebldiile
*, and] sleeper car liafcU for the poll for 1903. !. $....r-Lla.l.< far,
for rates. tl Spate In the nanagemeni' of said primary 'will 1"h.. ...- ..ral" e\biliii. showingthe
.. apply to WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. perform I the many duties of thisresponsible I ; ;
election who declare their adprinclples Modern' rallroniinc ha driven the wllrl.n"; of tlw di-partinpnt*. its
Office.I .
\ ,I
J. mlng. AU male Inhabitants who are 21
!
isiOD'
I tliols and aiui .
"
*
m
herenoe' to the and organlDemocraticj I 1 1I I passenger rnndertnr'* lantern almoetoat
a *** M. WILLIAMS.
I jj.
(.t age ani were under 65 years ] To afford tbe nn-rnl Idea
years pupils a
7' W1IaI 1r'I zatlon of the party. fo a- of use say the N"w York Herald
/.lekwed 1., ria.JOJ.EYSuOmAlU of 31. 190L I I Palm Beach: Fla ; Of hip njlloc of tbe work It will heneccftMry
I tional. State aid county who are by age December I Two decode ago or "k-ij* the pride of apauenger
uiei.-ly to make a tour of theforeign.nvernnccnt
: the laws of the State lawful elector Any one :/t/eajmlng a resident of this I conductor wa* ala lantern. bniklinsistlie, teacher .
FOR CLERK C1RCCIT COURT. Then tbe CAT were' not s<. brilliantly
( of the election districts la which they State and county prior to January 1. the to describe the
TAI Ijltiis paino
I hereby announce/ myself as a ..a-I I Illuminated as they are now ad the ;
offer to vote bo have paid their poll 1902. will be required to pay poll tax tb habits. Indn.IM. and artb of the respective
..... I. ---- date for once of Clerk of UM Or- |, tI..t later had to carry his light ua
"' ''P' 1 j I' taxes legally flue not lea than ten for 1902 and ISM)! cult Coart of I! Dad County subject t* ,, his left arm In order' lf> see the pamte- pnnplm "'fI'-'" I..t.

days before said primary election and If they become *> resident after Jannary -!i the action of .... Democratic primary beards a* he passed through, the dimly 8 dw I E. L. WHITE. Expm>ttlnn to tent advantage. will be
I reo YEARS who shall, wh i challenged by an elec- 1. 1902. and before January 1. ; : lighted car.

WERIENCEjTteaet In oath be- January t6 t- : Tea or 12 yeah ami tile run"uietemIndulged prepared by comprtrnt persons and fur-
lor, pledge' writing: upon 1903 they Till ,be required pay poll 1 Jllllbo'tl to those In charge of schoolchikiren.

i fore any inspector, to abide by and tax for 1903 only.Any | to condderatle *xtraTOKaDcrIn
I, teI k this a.thod ._ 1.f ors the vot. the matter of lamer a. Son ul them
support the reaul; of such primary, and one reaching: their majority (21 -
|I.. of Dad County that I wQ be a eaa1 : were gold and diver | latod. The upper In Leas y...,.

rapport the nominee thereof. yean) on or after January 1, 1902, will 1 dldat far rMtoctlan U> the office *f Clerk II part of the glass (lobe' was. colored "Something MSB.
bothering
The polls shill be opened and cloned be subject ,to payment of poll tax for of tile Circuit Coart object to the action blue and the' name' of the owner' Wearer IOU,

h161aa: at Ue several Election I districts, a* the 1903. ('I., th* Dnooermtle prtaorUa. May "I i was cut In old English: letter At the

i hours fixed by the 1f'Iera1.1erlIoa law. I ...-.-*. If oa.n..s. to perform tb* .* meetings' of the con "'or'* onuriatlan "Why, jn, Mr. Bannore. Ifiontj
In all 'AJoea of exemption of a voter
At UM at UM *mov In the fatva a* te UM manufacturers would arrant a a trifle, 0: course, but our live
as.-O.w..5.15: :d .:=.-:: The following named' persons are hereby for from payment of poll taxes he mllltI8CIU'e past U tb* Wt at sty abmty. I will I great display of costly light at one of are made op of trifles yon know.

=t.-. ..- appointed Inspectors and Clerk of the supervisor of registrationa *. grateful to thor woo will favor *s* I Mamma, and Aunt Miriam have been
,-1.1.-4__r..... { U;* hotels In the tilt I* which the
.even'.r.er.a w..aa.t.e.t ...n..r'r t.'eY ate v the several diction districts: eertlflcat setting forth the fact that with. tk. r eWKdw i 1: meeting would be held.. Son! of UM pring me such a lot of nice line
.su seta i K. a DEARBORN.
(See ...poI't'ol' committee meeting on rack voter II exempt If the eerUoeat conceit In tile light were nalqa and lately aDd I wa jut wondering

Scieatifie .AmerkaL ant pqe.>)> i exempt the voter from payment of the price ranged from 126 to tea times bow' I would have it marked.*

I hereby SSWHIBC myself a eandlilat that figure. The glass!land the platingwere "
a" r poll taxes for both UOJ "Why not with name?
(
Ms..elfs..es..r.e year your
I ., 7aL..ra/r : The votes ; shall be by ballot on I.D'I; for UM office ef Clark at the circuit kept la a hlghl# polished state
......'_ 5>z J ...- 1903). If properly registered, he Court for Dad County, subject t* UM and meddle with this Tec of coune, b-but if I wanted
none dared to
ticket fun shed by the Stat. and "
% .satttle..l+.t New( : then vote upon presenting& to the In- approach; Dacaaenttic primary *!.* of the ticket '* equipment to change it?

:;-::; .. ...,1.e---1"r County Executive Committee; and at jipectors luck certificate of exemption.If .I, delL part Conductor adD pnacB tarry their own lanterns "But you don't want to change it,

I ( ,the close of ueh election, the Inspector the voter U object to only one i iI dw ]t T. HZRETTT. that is. they are os the train do your

. I and Clerk shall proceed to poll tax. cither for! 1902 or 18. the I Buena TKU. Fin.' I heady for -wt there Is nowhere "Oh, Mr. Bagmore this i* so ad-

f( tKDfiEYCUD -I I Mar th. ad of .... that formerly j in rCln.land Plain Dealer.
giaW E1tYQS asd itMder- iit NR the yott U;accordance '-with th* same rate will apply as to securing I hereby aanouae atysett *. a esad- -N -

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DAILY | i COCXTY" COMMISSIONERS.The propriation for the public road on the THE COTTON: KARKKT. 1 I ,
east side of Lake Worth be laid I, t'atare" .pendl iteady.

MI 1 1I IMPQPLJ4K.Kltak.4 board of county rnmmlsnloBers for future action. 1 1TweDI :'January.-.e . \I.D0N0TrAILITosefl' I rfWHALER'S
-OO. Orearm: bonds mere OY11' t.ebruar'. : . .o. j
cr day ..ccM 54.*.Tlawj met at Miami. Fla.. April S. in regular ceived khd approved' ;i ij :\lar.:11 . . ; . ,. j
'If llnI j t vision PrMient. Ceo W. I..lnban. The bill of l,enry Smith for *9. | April . . . 14.4b I JEWELRY STbRE
LlL j : . . .. _
Slay J.H
tlil_+}. I Ir John Se"ell. 8 A. Belcher
1I1Ni'0Ii i haj.rman ; warrant No lost or I
: f. "'_ .. ... __..l j laC't'OUI111of 1TG6 June .. . . .i. . 14tH !
.A and R. E. McDonald wad
s. ,. Il**_...\ tar rt.awat' .-- T K C Alrher. destroyed audited and allowed July . . . 14181 I 314-12th. Street. |
Klult& luhn\ Frohoik. sheriff and E. C Dear i and he l.I.r.d',.. tau.n.mowas ee.ad.J8M;maitre, I:. born clerk to notify the treasurer to stop paymenton t: plemkr.. . .. .120Odober. I ISotember I i
P- -r-- I The minutes of the last meeting warrant! 1766 fine and forfeiture .... . 12 14 .
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To. .aa.a pogi ,. Ii...!*>.. ,u.tl.b d 0. I -- -
read and approved . 1192tIberember '
mere "l1IDd.I
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.. east* .f th* failed s ... it tat i; ,
bond bid . . I1$4
--: e.llw : natsal.:. i The of May Robinson for notary I It w H ordered that all county officers I Ilion J

-...... .....-t" '/u t'ea'. ,..,IID.. i public.! State at large, with S. I. and employees at the court house W. F. MILLER & CO.L
....II.M.rlstloS tr.naa..rat.S I Patterson and W. W Erwin se suretieswas furnish 'their own ice except during.. "II' Clark la decidedly the ablest I I ImID. :
O.e t fir pr MJ I- -- I r r ,....t.IIu received. and approved. [>court, during which time Ice will beE Were II Dot Iso w. should Dot I tSucctuor* 10 EM Ntben.l)
M_,... 1 I I' :2. .: and tax collector filed I '
a'man's
County judge furnlshejf the
_,..,.t.IhI I.'IIJrf..r.j I| by county.f. ,, support him for personality i Undertakers and Embalmcrs.4l312th
J._ -. h. +. :. .'- their joint report of license issued f. was regularly ordered. that John' cuts a small figure $c our philosophy. ,
i -luring the month of March showing! I!IlL O'Neal "be allowed a month's va -noon and when these rol mns are used 111 i
The Iliml! Printing& Conp4nj.AifrrUJng I Street Phone 25.KIXDKK .
i J.TM INI for the State and tl'7 for the without pay and that Cummis-1 behalf 01 a eandlda a II Ia ID the interest .
rates i ms 4t known upI 1 I
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county stoner McDonald be authorized to p- 01 good goiernmenL Simply -
k .ppl..I. I I Clerk filed his report of tax sale cer- !|: point a foreman In his place until he ,' that and nothing --
'rISit'H4 R. i 1 ; more. f. .. . .. '
E1111. I lificates reileemod and purchased during "return i I i I Aa. matter of fact man represents I Iso 4. ..,.. . .. .

I OFFICE : )lEJRUi-\ S Ul'M.DIN: (; the month of March. It was ordered by the board. that the much bones and tallow and at best I II. 1\I.Io"R.EE: BRO'f5i i
:4Wao{t.-t. I The following! bills! were approvedand I 1 Miami Metropolis be designated!' as the ,I Is not much to bran on, but when to ,
: Op..I'"; Ccollr' l< u..e. j ordered raid out of the general publish l I' J LOU n i
lands
|, paper In: which to list of : warm flesh are added a blf heart wad
t XPABATIVE DlSUKCES.ri fund: "' to be soul\ for,taxea.i I I brain we contemplate him with more : \l !
-tr- -'. tI JtsI: !I 1'- i iI T.' J. Grh r. juror unknown man '1.60 I i On motion It was ordered that the than passing!: Interest. It }Isn't all of ;

I T" !ih_"'. -- "Krr:... H| W teals l same . . . 1.60 I bid of Oo. a Baker to hire ten fame to do tricks' tag the politiciansdo I 11akeKinder

r 1 wit... : .\Iee 1111e.w. C.,G. Cooier.| same . . . 1.SOIf convicts,. for the sum of $16 'COIID"I: Something; besides that Is needed Lou Grates.

I ""a."". ;..- .. -4l. !I..wy.4aasg T,' M a. same . . . 1.60'I' for the 'term of six-month from the I and the State fares beat that puts Its I I
... ... I 11 $18 lame . . '
I .....,...t... :.... *47 j I" I IHI R6bt !Hannong. 1.60 date hereof, be and the same Is herebyaccepted ablest men In hitch places. 'We believeFrank I
,I Oae_..rt d.eiits.>>a. :..... ,T! i 111 IU 047 J. IE, Wet, ammo . . . 1.60 ,. upon the said Ceo. B. Baker 1 Clark has In him the making j Chase & Harney. ?Miami'
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.\a I' \\i G. DeHrr Constable same. 3.00 ; entering Into a bond In the of a statesman. He has already served Se1.c=: =:7I
.L84."s ras.at4.. II.! I 1M I tss MJV C '-
ttuik.. .." I 17 e.y tel Black: :'amt voted Dade I Ii : n.c1crLou OzratesJ ;
man. -
Cue house
.. an : {State of Florida &11.1.1\1. successors In Ing of national figures t -with .
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_.1""'.. 1 ., {tltw' Bounty Fair . . . 300.00A office, conditioned upon the safe keepIng I distinction and we believe a career laCojngress all over Dade County i. .
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I la' ""i-- ,t. ....'-=_-'..::' J. Perry attending pauper S.45j of said convicts ;w'hll. In his possession will establish all we have i l. ...!.. .. .. >.....t. ...
_. rTrrfiiitttttttittiiisiaiEpicurean .....
:=t 1133.1904.forget I J.I i S. Fnodl'ri..ki) "leveling court : the paymenj of the stipulated I claimed for him and more. It.. BOW t.
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j APRIL ;, bour House grounds .. . .. 19.50 ; price each month to 'the said board at buk a short time before the voters decide I ; .

1. A. McDonald '.* C, lumber 85.25 the court house IB MImal. on the firstTuesday I this Congressional' question and {i.
Doojlj 1 to register. The times M1 I. Dkle." maintenance two 25.00 I IB each month and also for wej admonish them to ponder well the l '

getting abort.U : P.1 T. Stages prof services . 19.00 the full payment of the time of all escaped reasons that have been advanced In
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I' H4 C. itood. M. D.. same. . .10.00 convicts not to succeed $50: Mr. Clark's favor. Bv naming him as RestaurantSt. 1
,oci don't want to rote. doot register E. C. Dearborn work and the I
Democratic
court while la his custody) aoo to maintain candidate they will : '
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a 'if yoi do wantto|I .vote regls- salary . . . . 106O said convicts IB food, clothing and make no ml.tab.-Palalk.. Times- I St. t ..
tot and do It at oace. | A. E. He'ser palary and court shelter. The said (ieo. B. Baker to Herald.

I I + I woryI . . .... .37j3 signify his acceptance 7"of these conditions I Continuous Service from 6 o'o'clock '
until 10
Is boom- m. .
club m.
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} p.
The DaubTalltffrrro I IT. J. Hardee, coin on collections 200.00Co. and terms by the filing of said The DeFnniak Breeze raotlons the . .
and help 1 ....... . ..
lat Get ID Sh. bmbd watos I. I l, Miami 'Printing .. stationery bond. Bond to have two or more signature farmers of Florida ,thns. "Whenevera
!boost slob[ $.wo 1004. I IDflL I i and statloneri 2S.0 and to be approved by this I farmer .-.
I* thinking; of voting for Jennings -
tar i I|I IL W. Ivee. gooes for Jenkins. ITS board.
is the ascendant I II It is worth K. J. PECK
Jwdge while to rememberthat
i, J. N. Sterling salary janitor U.U Bond was filed and accepted. B. )I. BAILS
and eddy lad Just$r1Ili.-rb. well, ,i H. M. King burning pauper . 1*.00 County treasurer filed his report for I I he persistently and consistently PeeK 0 -
stars now. Bailey
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seeing '
are .
they i ; Miller Co. goods for pauper. (.00 the month of March showing the following refused' to appoint a single! farmer or .
I ..1......_ H raGmd. .
Did thehate Jrfls Sunday night school I Henry] Frlf'I'tCOD..am. 4.65 balance on hand: any one i la any way connected with

[ Mr. Metcalf take up a collection! I J. C. Farris Co, tame' 100 !I General fund ....... . . '!t.l'< agriculture to a place on the Board of YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS
01 R. B. M. D' prof serv. '.%I JFIne and forfeiture fund 532.03School Overhauling' and Repairin Marine
:!Hf' Ia .. oIfbud, at. that 0011 I thlDc.1 I IL Henry! Puller. Basing pauper 59.19 fund .. ". . .:... 19.SO I Trustees of the Lake City College the I 011 Artaoc D. Railway.MIAMI. 1LAj

L M+cordlnk !Ito jParkfor the "ILcNIa j Henry Frlerson nursing Hughes .OO Rood fund . . . 13.87 purpose of which is popularly supposedto
f oobdeutlot, will be ratify gtas.eoblysiuiPl4 W. H. Jenkins, sa| ry and caring Game warden fund . .1 I ? .. 90 09 : be the education of farmers' sons ':'H- ,

1'tJa1.&II nothi g for paupers . . . . SIM Interest and sinking fund e> 12S.44 : and daughters along agricultural I !I'L' -i
I 4i Wm Merkle. rharii Starch 5.IK lines" . . .. . . . . .

i-' ra,"TO'I ,' I I" J. R Glenn. .h.rl!. March -t.AA. I II Total .. .. . .. . .8512.36 1

t The Miamielaas Sunday night :a choHY,! C. H Raulernonreceipts ommUslon I on Tax collector filed his report for thenontb the al
t- should liave *. d young rock : and '
teller present to bay made aa address Walter Hitching goods for Hotf. LS follows: for the State. flO.864.90; .POR. I

'., !Ion Ave Sunday scho I subjects. '1! 1 I Ia auC..H . : ; :t.:[ or the'county. I32.5M.7O; polls. 485. .. Formerly 6J,? palm )rot?!1.
F. i
Co. Ights for Feb The following, Justices of the peace Corner
I f; i Hearst may be ah 4e to rent rooms J. C. G rallill nit,,dr wing Jury l .fM led their reports for the month of United States Avenue B and IlthStrc, t.

rt ieBonjch la St. Louis fir all Ills lollowters ( Paton Hicks, xtra[,I on cots &.1.< 23 larch: H. P. Brsnnng. M. W. Gonde.I Senator Gus. A. Muller. Proprietor _

but he will never see the |ay hejeaa J. K. Don, Ins. court house'.. 140.00 I I IV. II. UeNau. W. I. Forrey, S. D. i

purchaoe even. one .room the R. R. T, vlnr. rams! . . . 140.00 I >lItched and J. C. Cramling. I Open all the
\ 1U House. I F. 6. Monte, same": . . .. 141 .00 I i'I. Clerk and county judge filed their Vote For year

I. I 'I ''J. R Rf'jlh', fame . . . 14toChaw ports for the month of Marrh. I I Rates $150 per day acid up. Special per week and to Com-

if in F It :***s. like Mt|. 'Rlrhard PrarnonHob ti- Barney same . . 154.00H. I ;The following bills ware approved i I mercial meo. Large Sample Rooms.
T! ( a got it In |the heck IB Alabama. C l ...D..r. ,.,...bbl. disinfect SIM I''I find ordered paid on of the road fund: I". O. lion. 4.4'$; ,- MIAMI. FLA,

... Beau w one .is a naral hero I ll don't C. B. R '''n_i. court reporter. 132.80 I ames Anders of.[ . .. . 'I.;:1 James P. Taliaferro;
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box '' --- . . .
necea arily follow tha be can, achieve L. K. W 'llamson snap-. .,.rat I. E. Lnmmus. grain and hay 43.:.
;a Ilk dlstinctkm In III,",.' \VIranCapital' t Flye, oil.) ,. . . I 55 Stranahan' : A Co.. [''maintenance I II .. --- -
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i Uilldlng ('0.. final pay- j I'I' of New River terry . 11..5'i I'' .
if(f If M. JBmrrTgets left May 1e. he meat nn court house . .4524.51 I Some Campbell. goods fur i ij I Ii. Whose name is commonly / i

,twill till better+ off atlll I an some of his C. C. Carroll rent Mr. Fenn ItOOJ i j O'Neal . . . .,. . I960M. pronounced I i Hotel Biscayne
I as
!rivals. Han fall i' n-k on that1! 25 J. A.' Douglas, same . |.11II i. W. Cootie. March pay roll. 2T8.n I
[!per cent franchise! and city .UnrIW',. C. C Carroll.irent] Mr. Fen 'lino ,. lohj R. O'Neal feed of prisoners if it was spelled .

.; ship Urth. Tbe.ie "III 1- hilll Nag <;ro Co.. 'jnweries !M. Fenn t.n? 1:. . .. . .. . .. . 4. ..11I Open 1st to from May :November 1st. S. GRAHAM, Proprietor
{Iwpile.-any' ayE t1'' ; M J. tc-Iona1d. sewer work on I II i j;jBcn G. Wells, work on roads S So'' 1I

I I court hou..ej . . . 67.OO 1,' It. F. Hammon. work on road:5' Corner Atenne I> and Twelfth Street
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[ 1 E :Ji'ratllk dart la a ,lfIIIIUy': afar..hall ft BriH-e Co record and 1 11..I; F. Hnton. salary March' . ,Htno'j!' Toliver"5uo 'I

r- foC that ".}DII1. W. ." Pe .r1+ '. : stationery 4. . . .I.l 1))'.65 R. U {Chandler salary liarrh i'i 5..110 : I MIAMI: l I. 4 FLORIDA
r bS.ks I there mss terr..iris Marshall & Bruce ('c.. deed hook *4 00 ulna R. O'Neal salary March < "."" i
.
tuthlnr .. daf prslist I iow J. T 8t >der,:salary March . 33S: IAE.. Froscher, salary March. 4Dim'frank - -- -- --- -------
;p limit, ,11".1 b. will have j I ".. .... |IF" E. C Ice '('0.. Ire for court Sanchez salary March. 00mm
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f May lit I.f-t, v hope so. .Y.// I house .. . . IS Oft :Sam Rountree. salary March. 40V' "
+--rl-- t I F T. Budge hardware and dynamite b. C Hopkins Co. b.II of tents 89! .40

; IPr Id"Dt 1"-Yf'lt &II IJI( lrt. fff, ., . .,' . . ti8.!!) Wilson Flye. oil . . l.95jWUeonlov ; r
S I All"" bake been u' ted1! on !I' It. Tarlor. Ins on.court house 1687 Works, Court house :-

I.. t"1I 18tlll"1 Th.I'11!I thing; ,;H. A W. B Drew 'f- stationery '.<0 i f grounds l' . . . . :51,55J.
I 44>!'T have. nothing t a mr- !?e C. Wilson' bal off TOJI court A. Dann. blacksmlthlng . 2180 I I)

r. -ja| IN of middling j fajrerongence : Muse . .J. . . 2.51.01 t jRjKu sharpening drills 2. f j Ame D'II'I ; ever 0nfe 'their The! Everglade.. hoard of jury 41. 'nThH rtna Powder Co. Dynamite 39.9? I
.} a4veit .I'DII. 1 White Hoo4. I i it / Ewrglade hoard of jnry 26.m [John Sewell. ijvaored freight. 42. I! ::1

---- .' I I H. {fenwker A, C., 2 pauper . 12.00 Jro. H. Rhlies .. . .. . 3995t: I 1 :
iOncflewiie t'f M*. ShflsW' faroriti e U \\' pi.: Monroe pauper. 2 mon 12.00 id U Chandler R R fare er.. i* 7": ,, ,

r. I",{ th t f te'laong1o' ( eftaMixhnormal H F Atkinson, sal'T'\1 March 25.0" f The following, bills were proved; I I I
r t. tirnlughoii( { the length and .... f-- Aichery I ( commissioner tao j* id ordered |iald out of the bond fund j I '

i' br' the: tils great land of our*. ,IfreeleHetf d".aucl mileage. .'. . ::.80 ( .house . !. . . . .1." ;. I| BURDINE: &
o ofne.. If be to and five* .f'tIi W Uluhart. t.nK' . 17.." tJ11( T. King, work on road .1..I.fII.. ,
t; up to proinises! there will be more rc"rmalsuaa John fVwHI.: same . . 4 tM) > The bills approved. and ordered paid ,
| pupils to attend them.II I II S. A. Ifs I'Icher. ,'Oml'8l""MI.r" one (,mt of the fine. and forfeltir fund I' Piece:

.i 1 i !I t-' i-*-- I day ind ntllracej; . . . :..*> land other warrants from number 18ftC I QUARTRMAN.4:

f T.BIJ 11 1+din: s he distinction rf K" R. E. llrDoaaM. same .. .. .n to 1912. amoantlng!: to fl.617.07 were ordered I
log thejoqly! ale no Dnootrat ana DD' The eountv 'I'IOUrtl boner having 4>eencompleted [ paid. ': i i

didate trrjomT! n the 't.t.: The darreepirted the building!: was 'accepted" 'j i I Circuit! court pay rolls showing thewltneM 1 Suitt I
,
keiy 'U-jgmen! Ilj I asd (it Is and final pattnent'' made to the contract : certificates were approved and ,

J said" that.. the execntlv > committee I of n's. '!,t onlered paid out of the fine and for- 1. 1 In I urLijjht Serge and fancy Dry Goods, Notions. ':Beautiful and Artist: '

that coenty w II llkelvthtket pat him on the it >ppearing to the ward that there feltnre fund and warrants numbered jl 'lannels l for Meclcw ar, also! tho l.irjjest dealer in :Novelties, :
sis be a tine to >Sire no Blither all i nt sufficient funds In the hands Ifrolll .
than a jnntiro 7" of the pear*. oft, f land IniMees to make final pay- amount-ing : : I I half tY e regularAsk Souvenir and Sportinsj Goods Complete lire :

i men i on court house. It was ordered I The board adjourned 16 meet Tees I 1 }price for our of School! .1 (U >oks. Polite and capable service. -

It la U lmi ''xA that there are I !111I." thai a arrant In the sum of four Mar 3, 19O4. I $;.O(1 si lit. ,

fIIIt dor 1 In America. or one to every tou and flue h.jtir sad twenty-four r.y. .
t11 I
IF
I ATCohen's. .
ISO peraoqs.I I TbJelr I Income yearly dolls rs and IIfl.- n" cents be drawn \ THE RACE FOR CO.VGKESSj II t ta
Is &Pf'"IoxllDal d at |.75A each, or a total agaI .i tae general, fund to make pa,. .
of l"n.OOt.oi*. Nothing! is said men on raid .."' "hon..... i Burdine & Quarterman
all
To
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t I appearance it kinks verb
f boweve aboit bow much t* 'kwt' la lu retard; to the application of Gro. I,
jmucb as If Hon. Frank dark, of Lake t I I
bad del which, ,' keeps many!, of, them Zapftheir and Walter( Kltchiag to reduce ,
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with "their Sores;lito &e. grindstone. [ "_lDfonla. It ass ordered that City la goiag to land the Concressionlal Twelfth Street. I 30?.
I .v > > V I the tame be rejected pursuant to the nomination from this district. His i
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The 'New Tort Vorld bad a succinct requirements; section 1. chapter ttSi 'canvass. encourages his friends to .iI I

way!of pattlni. It. Many JhUgs laws of Florida acts of 1W1. and the 4hlnk .... and the counting of the votes i I
I. polltlca It says, ire DIHIf'I'1a1*. put clerk of the board was directed to gjv*; .
1
: joa
Hay !' will establish the fact I
act -
there are a few cert tatles.land one 01 said parties notice. I ,
them Is: that! Alton I Parke will be It appeasing that there are no funds cording to present indications We I I&r II LH I TJJ"

,; soatnated1 by ,the c tokc I of delega ea remaining la the road fund with which are conrlnced of this from he fat I'' I !
long before the 8L Louis coavenUoameetaj to build hard !surfaced roads. It was that the electors of this district rarely

He. Is' practically Bominated ordered that the petttioa of B. N. make a mistake IB Df'Iet"tlar the best 1,II| j a -A I :

now. i, 1I.mock. aad others, askiag for aa tipi pnaa for so high aa oar la oar optn-1 t _

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;. } be occasion bjr their presence and : HELD IN :CONTEMPT.Is !: I I

I I there was a splendid fruit provided I I -----
\ f i iI I "The.
I + for all There WM good peaking by Adjutant-ICeneral of Colorado State Ideal"I
\ H. 'J KING, I such mm as Fleming. Taliaferro. I :
Troop
Funeral! Sparkman. Davis, and McXamee and (II
I Dire or and Embad. mer.
Incident
not a single unpleasant occurred
'+ VEIUE D I to I mar the general good feel i I Ou ray, Colo.. April I It: -District Dry Goods, Milliner and s

r p ;p1 p1p ''aM Aile j fuss too Te!r.....pb or Telephone ( ill.. ing and the pleasure of the day. It { JuilK* Theron D. Stevens has declaredi ,p'
1' i AdJutut..q..Df'fBl Sherman !of. Bell ..Dd'CaIItMn
was a good time, uplifting end helpful I Ldies Outfitters.

j While. all the *|..K-aker were In- Bulk ley Wells to be in coal I -
I oturt with'. 'II i
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I i tentiting and entertaining. SenatorTaliaferro tempt of I for not complying I ;
the writ of habeas! corpus when required ..1
favorable Impression
THE I' Mr.CWfc. C J. ('!furd and f&Dllr. of Arch made a very they
., I left P4terlay for their 'home on his bearer It was Ills the officer to bring before Bargains

DAILY MIJMI+ MJTRQPOLIS.MIAMI. :: at Cai'iB.tuta), New- )York Ui pond the first appearance before a Lake county I court Chas H. Mercer preeldent'of': the 1 1On"
file Western Federation of !oIln..n.i..bom i
audience and while all knew of
stun cr Mr I fford ban purchased a I'
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.e .FfrA... April 13, 1804. platenark near .-\r<'h Creek. and has just splendid work for'Florida In the United I they are. holdng confinement at Tulluride. lot Ladies. Black aDd Colorvd Kid (;loves I
I The court ordered Sheriff Cor-
State Senate and his record and
fil a successful drop[ of toma- ,, belt to arrest the two officen JudgeStevens I' worth $1.410 to ffo. to g-o (si . a j. . . _
f MAIL SCHEDULE. i ttlI. lie and his family will be down reputation a* the Business Senator I I j50j

early In the. fan to put In another crop, his fine address) no splendidly delivered severely criticised j LadieL milk
-- hoe lot White tI.\ .
\ of Governor James H. ... r to goo ( . 25 .
: *hat a* a surprise. PoHefHlnt *- i tbefrae : I
Arrive from the North I and: i IJO) the delights of our dimate.ihicblthey came name 'I ( : I ,
+ military authorities, saying
clear voice hid delivery
lOS a., m. \ I with are greatly pleasedV .. I 1 ; a deep t0 piece: > Col red la ns. New Stli..b'Pat.. 1
11:25 p. m. I earnest. and quiet and forceful, be was. | geared to be In insurrection against

Close for the North I I E M \Vpiest. W Mertz of Torrington.: listened to attentively and was frequehtly the court I terns to .Fast. .I. : : :
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I applauded By his honest and General Bell through Asositan District go '
E:06 a. m. ': Conn mho b..n here all season :
C:4S M) m. !''as a at the Biscayne will leave able and straightforward manner before I Attorney Davd How! of Telluride Mercer', One lot ColoI..8 I ISlyletl.
the people. Senator Taliaferro excused his failure to produce :
tomorrow morning for home She will, I
'
s n made friends'and supporter here | on the ground that he deemed it unsafe .. ,
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HEfWEATIlER.W..hln I be met JIA'kIIODYlIe: by Mr. Mertx. '
CommercialThere I to bring Mercer to Ouray or to'
Leepburg
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Fair la nottbe4, and eedtral pi ; N. Y,male will take their tour- I is deer ahead for some candidates I county by BO doing, and that the Governor I In tom Holea and Neck, to go (( . . ) ..2 '.2
log! and the rest of the jour- .
southern portion cloudy: ; east Inds. car I and lit U well for all to know had Ordered him to disregard the :
Maximum. !2. ney overland {to Torrington Mrs. it. There Is in opinion turoug lout ttto writ. : ODe lot Ladie" and Misses! White and Black ;;;

Minimum 71.TOWN. Mertz will return here again next seaarm State that 01'Ing to the extreme lengthof I +I I Lisle: Thread 1l00.e. Worth 35c. to 50c. (_I. . 25 .
\ Judge StuDS said: "A very grave I' ,
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-, the primary election ballot and the I
In t owhetherIt
I question presented a I
I One Jot.diea: Waists. Worth fl.O to $2.011.
will :1
multitude of name thereon thatlt, the striking miner the Governor :
e Wm Mai toy, one of the bent:known be Impossible for the average voter to s or I to ", (!. . . . . . . . ... . 9s
Colo ado and the National Guardthat
or
TOPICS.!! I minstrels In the country.is in the city I candidate. r .
{ properly mark all name of are engaged la Insurrection and I II
for a few days. Mr. Malloy ha* been I 5 pieces White: aDd Cream Curtain Screens all
1 wish to vote for and will ,
he
that may I
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rebellion aainst the laws 0' the State.'lf '
-r-- i I aa..ocla< d with AI G. Fields and other of the I II I, j New Pattern, Worth 1Scc to I& to g-o this ...let '
MARRIED MONDAY EVENING for number' of [ only mark a few most proml- ; t"f'rell.) to be a reign of military'despotism '.0. I Ij
great minstrel men a .nent and let the balance It the :I
land go. In this State and civil
Vr. Paul Melve* Mr Leonora years bat an account of a throat trouble I 1 III : authority I I j One lot Ladies: Fine White Waist Worth .
plan become general' and there 1 a i .
Douglas Lane married Monday had to lay off last season. He has,J I tend.D.. candidate who Is to have no jurisdiction the I I trom $2.50 to 3.50 to go (.. . . . I 198 "
the bride to It. many ( latter might well out of busi ,
evening pae ence: of on been a* go .
In Cuba the last two month, and would be elected were there fewer I II I I
Seventh street by Mr., C. C. Carroll. say' he 1* much Improved and unless { to elect from will. be defeated I ness. One lot Ladies Muslin Underwear: :all at

notary public.: Both bride and (room' he raffers further trouble will. be be- |I This name candidate Judge Steven refused to permit the REDUCED PRICES Thi.SaJe. '
mai affect county!
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are highly!,regarded! by a large circleof : the footlights again next season. 'I filing of the return writ; ordered that 1
fort than any other*. Just how to
acquaintances: who wish then much moss Charles H. Mercer: be discharged from
remedy this matter is not at this {Ime I \
joy In their wedded life. j LEGAL PAPERS. custody: ; issued aa order of attachment <
1 {apparent Only flv* minute are allowed DOUGLAS
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DEATH :JOF AN INFANTlVloletMar. I 1, The following papers were Bled for "'evident that many old men cannot: Wells; assessed a fine of $500 each, and. I .

1..' the Infant daughter of Mr. and rect rd In the clerk's office of the clr-: read over a ballot from three to Ave expressed regret that the Governor was ,!
Mrs L M. :jBudd, died at their home. I >ot before th4 court, a* he held hlmj I' ,.
cull court today I feet In length during that; time much 31O and 312 Twelfth Street.World's .
kt t p. m. equally guilty with General Bell and
112 Fifth Street* yesterday ,
1 lea mark fold and It.
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William D.
the child: and' Fbrt Dallas Land Co. to Captain Well I
Little Violet wa fitly
It to said that already some voter
although her life of II mon ha seemed Hughes for t'00 certain land In Dade I
I have selected. a few name and entered
.short her sweet HUpoBltioa pake{ her I county, tear Miami.Satisfaction them In memorandum book to be

loss most keenly, )' Celt. Undertaker, a W. of mortgage, John T. voted for, and that some of these memoranda NEWS ON THE BAY. : Fair Rates

F. Miller ran called to ear: for her i Dtsmukes to J. E. Lummtt, $ .ooo upon are confined: to''a half dozen or

remain The funeral wa. held the north 125 feet of Iota !. 1* and 12, less names and only on. or two county .iC "

home at I...;, a, today Dr. FiilwoodIn .i block IK. North Miami; also a partial officer are among them. Mr. J, E. Ingraham, third vice-pri-" I &lN.

officiating. I 1 t. I. satisfaction upon lots > and': 10. block I, This to not fair to all, candidate: dent of lee F. E. C. R,.. accompanied I THe L. R. $! R. k

114. Miami. Each voter should be assisted a* far a* by Mr*. Ingraham and the latter deter

JUDGE CJ..O. BUTT. Judge c4 11 G. : Mortgage deed. Rose Sheben to Mrs. a* possible to vote for every candidatehe are in the city: and this morning :

.Butt, candidate: for Stal B* Attbmey. Uin M. E. Weybrecht for S700 tot I, block desires and khe Meropoli now advise went out on the bay for the day In ; LcMif aJ

th* city again for R f iw. day u Judge 24. Wesi Palm Beach. candidate: to adopt some plan Mr. Ingraham' splendid yacht Enter Firtt-claM Excursion Rate! from Jacksonville to St. ] retain: r

Butt nays be Is meetirig w r tl strong Satisfaction of mortgage Mary E. ,' whereby their friend can vote for all prise. They will go as far a* (Card | bejjmr ing April JJth; ticket sold dail,. I I10.55 [

support la several _aU. of the circuit Weybrecjit: ,and husband to George and not a few. Some of the voter become Sound. Cutler and other points, and $- return limit Dec. 15th. 1 I $33.?0 return limit 60>> .. $J7.So .

and think fata chance:' : for nomi- Zapf In the sum of $500. :)loU 4 and -.I confused, excited: and disgusted may not return until tomorrow. return limit 15 days. r! ; :
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excellent Judga Butt to \\'est Palm Beach. when preparing ballots and only vote : i. .
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', I Special Coach Excursion $a0.95 roun! tnp: Return fimi* 10 days
;going 'to poll a big vote 'here i and In Deed. Florida pout Line Canal and for a few candidates: at the top of the : The large 'and commodious sloop
from date. of sale. Tickets told only on May 16th and -
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.other portion of Dade county:a* wilt Transportation .. to Mrjj. Mollj' Parker "-- Hit Baggett was hauled out on the way I I 311.

.+ for $76, five acre It section 21, I I This confusion I. often caused by this morning at Peck ,A; Bailey' for Corresponding low rate from other points *>

t wnshlp'south' of rang 4)< ant. ,I the thought that the average voter repair to her hUlll i I I The L ft N. I li THE bEST LINE!'; to St Louis. ;C,
i Warrantee deed. Fort Dallas Laid. tlm4 > .
'thinks he has not sufficient to :' '
MENTION. j I For ,vhedolex: sleeping' car reservation or further informatloa;
I PERSONAL Co. to J. P. Sawtelle for '3SI. lot 5. I p! mark all name h* wishes to vote for I The large houseboat B onella". ownedby .

b ock. :9. No th Miami Candidate should consider ,this gutter the F. E. C. hotel system, will be I write to

E. P.rdYoot Daytona. Is ,la town to- Warrant* deed William Hogg and I at once., -Jacksonville Metropolis. hauled out'la a few days" for repair'* tqher J. M. FLEMING, C. l.STONE I!
; wife to Chas. J. DeSteuben for $:00, S 'U .
hull 1 and a general overhauling, n*. Pu*. Art., 206 W. Bat 8t Jtektonvil. G. P. Ali LonJrrill, I
In section :U. .
ten acre: 11. township e e 1
south ,k>frang| 41'east trouble1s4 I I +

,* -c. A. Burtoa4 o ''and'", I lit I. 4e c1yI : I I Warrantee deed. Floyd Cballle sad i some trouble. rv>j>lc f<*xn other counties shoe The readjusted"yacht Roamer at Peck after ,*baring; 8i11.-bed'* CARE OF HOUSE WANTED.-Any If you want, to: cream that to good
I a a short business pleasure trip + Anna M. Griesen for$3.2xO I to have their furnished and of J
'I l Lloyd Chaljte to who have favorite sons running shipyard got away yestereay afternooa I| OM desiring pan buy it the Biscayne Drug
---- ; Don* SO feet of lot I and 10 I I I for office think that the three from on her louts cruise' va. the Gulf and home eared for during the summer, for Company. They use Teaarae --.

H. f. Cusie of St. Augort'tht ne. wa block 79, Kprth MlamL .oval a .i too trt,dy by tr"o- birth' Mississippi. river to St. Uxiiln. .which. the us ot a 'portion ot the same. may Itt ,1

among those arriving here I mora- Warrantee deed, Joseph F Canova I: Each one of the three want. the votes place Commodore Roome dms not ex !,! communicate: with "H" ear of Mei ,

Ing from the North. !>t al. to Mrs J. E. Lummu and Mr*. of i A Splendid Square Piano In '
I the people of the counties who have| pert to reach until July est He ..IIl i;,i tropolla.I good repair

mmlsslou F. W Hahn for $800, lot IS, block 113. i favorite sons, for the particular office Join C Fr Austin prominent ', I. North Miami. I.e I. running for. Her I. where th? I Beck
i 1er I loj,, the Palmetto either st Indian I I FREE SCHOLARSHIP. I Ills.
of Jacksonville Is here today on
man Deed Model Land Co. C. Scott
to B.
trouble come In. If Broward expee s
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Imsli... ,I fOr SIM ten' acre In section' (. township he vote of VolualaOran i i LIVELY CONTEST. I

... south of range': 43 east !i and Columbia county >1 I There, are many young people la : One vote with. every tea cent paid
Mr. and Mrttc.! Port) of Car Mortkae I I Miami and Dad county Interested la
deed. Esther A. Button to voters he must met Stockton and |i for subscription: to the Dally Metropolis
Mich. are among>> the hate ito vale herd J. A. i cDonald, ; Co., for 1222.78, rev- I Barn come down. If Barn expect to I BUSINESS lOC lS. !:1 learning book-keeping and tenograi "f hlch can: be need toward paying

spend several days I I. I tale I li ids' In section 13, 'township' 53. j i get the vote of Madison, Hernando. I i i! ph,. and this Metropoll propose to OEM worthy young person' I way .
W/niniitiilliC iC'I make It possible for two of them to
south f range 41 east I I Marlon and Putnam coustles he mint i I through a correspondence: \ couiW:In
H. C. A very, Florida. ages' of he Mer- War aatee deed. Fort Da'las Land! make Barn and Bi
ebaat'and Miners Traas'portatloo Co (0. to larmret Kearney for ;test lot Stockton: expects i Ito r4 tie vote of I mosquito nets at the Racket Star*. I II single dollar. For full detail of the particular: read the balf-pan... I,
at to In the city: today 1.1 I plan see the sixth pase of this papet. I
Jacksonville blockDeed IS Nrth Miami. .
nouacement IB
Marlon. Madison "'tu .. Volusia Orange I : to-day1 paper.

; i i ntlf'f for $)C. lots 27 and 28 of block I make Barn and Broi.-se4| come downIt' I pound lac.'at! the Racket I BIDS WANTED. Hotel and famine ran bay genuine

A. C. Waynockr Jacksanvlle.'' 14 I. and lots 25. 26. 27, %8. 29 and 30.b..k I a case of ijou OVIM; u., It," with i : flore. I Tennessee cream at Biscayne Dreg I
Warnock'ls |
her today on business. ..Mt. ; WANTED.-To Tender are requested for the deliveryon
boy good lady
4 South Maxnolla. each one wanting. the of... r to be It Company. lU
a prominent railroad maid wit that wheel Must be for! cash. Ad- the beach at Cape Florida la vicinity -
H I I cheap
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I Stormy cr.e- *' weheld
tit,. !. I I CHAT. I IMr. i nla>t M -I riday nvwtipg and th dress. P. O. Box No. 415. ,I %I 11 of Old Town South Point and I Miami Conservatory of ........,

I I If' .... wharf. of twelve hundred ton native Franklin
iill l ,- I result N MM vrt. A Sua j reporter we.I Ouemaa Bush Director.KS .
The Misses : bV 1 moved I I nil I. OFFICES. FOR RENT-Single or rock In piece not under fifty pound I Twelfth Street. 421
making a thorough 'an. "ot prei i.t these Lontrfnce n< e..1
Into the [Thirteenth' I vase a the SIaM and la meeting' with tie Son 0; II the f-f.. fr Irepo..ft: Mite: see MeAlllxter-Beck.'real. estate Work to begin not later than May lit. i -

street which -f'! I for the'i enrout gfinent everrs bf'rt. : It I. ateti Bi" nil mi '. hM V-* 'ti t* &.. -,29 1-% Twelfth Street, Miami I, Fla.WANTED. '{and completed: by August 1st 1904. I VOTING (CONTEST
summer.lit. ; I Rejection of any and an bids reservedby Every subscriber: to the Daily Metropolis
will -
p 1 that he "If 1,1I the prlmaryll ft: r1 -. 1'j:: ,
I I.:' )/1, but .e would like to --< -I:- )I I I .=T E'b''rtI gad fresh R. M. Monroe. I can: aid some deserving young
and,Mrs.: Kirk 'MUnroe were ,up see 'its maJority ID kf'f'plnc with his Jersey cow for ulldlnlt lum""r. Ad- 2 i3 Cocoanut Grove, Fla. I man and woman In securing a business
today on budnes The* t.)'fI'- Last Thnrrtpv forenoon the ex]>loshm I .,.. I II If education the ..
expect famei d POP "rlty. Ff'w gentlemen Ire P O. Box 0. 415. 211 by using ballots to which
main at borne until September when of the boiler In the sawmill owned ,: NOTICE. '
are D esteeAed than Mr. Davis. and I i they are entitled on payment of RbI -

Mr. Manroe will visit the Exposition!: It 1 id mfo" 11& thought': that be Is ateandl by Swain ,A; Drawdv at Fort Drum FOR SALE.-t Bret-class sailboat. I acrtpUons. Read our! offer on sixth

at St. Louis and Mrs. Munroe will, ate for iQ\"Prnor. He w'11e: reeked. the mill and narhinerv, and I built bv an exp -it. and worth $150.: The Miami Transfer Company page. i I II
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spend' a few mother I IHtt4 I fled Ito Of' on thaI high omce. and gtve resulted In the fatal Injury of Will E.. \\lll, sell for $.5.\\ Apply toy Ii this office- I 1 hereby notify all merchant and other
Mr. Amelia Barr. at her borne on the .
the Ie an 4dmlnl"trattoo of affairs Drawdy the fireman, and Andrew. 1:119. flat they will not be responsible for I A THOUGHTFUL MAN.M. .

_. b I :i that 11' I bf'Df'.t them ID the progress I y debt or other obligation contracted : I M. Austin, of Winchester: (rod.
Drawdy. one of the '
I IT I th.y.r maklDg. For the people have proprietor wa- I. Headquarten fancy groceries, fruit. In their nam. knew what to do la the 'hour of need.

Louie Cole the efficient acid. popular made t .is State I'fO'Illf'roUL ud lIt will Injured about tee head. The explosionoccurred ; I .. at Wllsoa ,A; Fly*'* 7 j je : 1M MIAMI TRANSFER CO. Fill wile had such a.*) unusual ease of

clerk at the Btorayn* Hotel, will leave con 10 just to the extent that about 11..TO'and'! the noise war I Io.r stomach and liver trouble' pbyiteUn

la two week for Niagara-oa-the-Lake.. the themselves ID that dll"t'C- beard for lYe nllea. The.III.waswrecken ; : sit rffice room. roe rent. In- 100 TOMATO PICKERS AND TEN | could: not help hr. H* thought ofand

Canada where ..e.1lI!' ,lire chief: clerk: [ calamity howlers" to the contra and v of the pieces were 1ulre of Hank of Bay e _YD.. PACKERS wanted at once by Easter tned Dr. King's New Lit Pllll

tki summer at the Queen''* Royal, Hotel ut.. long as people; must bego. scattered n ever direction some goIng --- ling Brothers, Cutler Fla\ ,to' and she got relief at, once and ins

aa 'h* ha for several seasons past.Ur. : It Is wise. to choose the befit. a* far as 150 ", rd.. Will Drawdy Smith' Restaurant Apposite poat- Anally cured: 0.175c:. at all drag.iI1fIT*

.Cole wll refer here' net season bents r advocacy' of )Ir. Davis 01Pltln who wai Bring the boiler was so badly ounce beat meal In town. Short or- i; FOR RENT wo nicely finnh i|

and BU a like portion at the i >ew Halcyon He!\ should bf' elected bv all Injured that be iived'onv', aa hour and !: den a specialty. Board and room by'; I
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Hall 'Hotel. means, l.ee.iburg C mDW1"cl.I." suffered greatly 1If'nbfl died.. Hi- tot i iW I

I ,. leave a (wife and three children. It Is Pan Tennessee cream: on sale at -

Mr*. Chaa.. Fry Birkner, wbn' went to ..... daft as Indent a great daifok cot known what caused the explosion Biaraya. Drag Comptay. 142FCRNISH.D use Tennessee Cream IB an ''OUI i I I II

Havana early la the season to spend Lt bure. I t was Tallaierro day. but It Is thought that, as the boiler HOesE.I I L lice: cream: and also have the plain '

the winter month {herJ! with MBlrkaer when t e: pabll assembled by invita- wa*'an old one and a high pressure ofsteam f cream CIa sale at: tBlaeayM Drug
on rent. Apply at !
has returned home ani Is 'ai T laferro Club to hear was carried It Would not stand b I Iud this offlca.: I Company. ,141

present at the Bay View with her little d Dplahed .ttemei the result was disaster which i $

daughter. Gertrude. Next Mondar ah* tIOIItlhe: tes before the May was very much ,regretted a* the community i FOB RENT. STORE ROOM Pleasant Sleeping Room IB \my

win move late aeV rwMeao'oa' Four war' a plMBUt days there lose a respected citizen: and all opposite PGet-o Ice.: BOW occupied a* :Twelfth-Street ReIId4 MIL Shower bath

tMeth Street Mr.lBlrkaer\ will.b* over .etowd of Intelilceet enterprise that win be greatly missed. a bicycle: : store Apply to 223 ThlrIN' | etc.For rent at summer ;rat**. Mrs

later ,for.a toagthy *tay. people baa lovely women graosd .-Fort Pierce New t ,I II I tseatk street; I E. C Bwk.: 1M !

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Tha Depertmeajt. of Justice will know Tbere!1 was a time-once when the PioneerE.A.ro8SEU. I Clubbing() Rates. :

L at 8C Lonls pbotocrspbs of the large common nettfe' was not the usually de- 21' .
prisons, {penitentiaries and workhou.ahr I iplardi weed It ls now Popl4 did not i
ta UM IJnlted Stales, with apeclmeoaf rioot 1| out of existence bat cultivated' RATES- TO $3. PER DA'. : _
ef work'done': by prboaersDtlrini I food for clothing, and for !
'I I uf act ore. says Stray Stories I K I1'nth' street
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Dr. ') I yet during the Irish famine I 3 I F.A.
to 4 We physlcli n. I !
,, that the I i tale of the ,Lo tailed: } I It, eooklng the plant I Itt. oJ th. elections f
to the State* w roe act on )rune: .1
.f life to,: which be look /back j I, firer raid. ....n__ was_. _...-.Kn,.. .. ..Klanfh. -.--. -_ -I I I I
I log: it ;"mrthing up.;' as Is now wed 4
(reatectj pleasure ; BOUND TO HAVE THEIR LIQUOR
. I fur eta tale.Animals. l Sifford National
-- Bush 1 State cfe.SemiWeekly .
dyes Jsmes F. )Early Us prodq *hlle refusing< to touch the K...... 0...Sarylst *'._!- : and County
BnperbjlBMdel' of' the Library of C.*n- I grow+ng: nettle, devoui! it eagerly' when .!!.. I.. true! ..** .' >..- WS. Twtttth Strttt.
enIaIdI win be the principal rfa- I aadej Into hay and IB RuMia. Swedra I "'pl.. heir Thirst. ,
( tore tni the exhibit o be Oiade Qn< Holland It Is mown several timemp, I .
1' Dr. Patnsm's directloo at St Louis :or'' year for tixMrr \ All sorts of subterfumw. have been resorted {
V the foremmeDV Pe era! of the betlfol 'I The common name gi: .en to the nrt- to by the Kansas people. in evading High GradePiano'S Metropolis
CXKlntblaii$ oolotnna la mlnlaH,. $r III some ''anJ:1aps. : means That with the prohibition law but the most I Tte
hare already been [completed. Tills I *ht work whesj flaiabed prmnlnes I to sustain as al,bread rrrnrenturin\ ago I reported here, where there has been for f
Mr. Barly'a GMjl rep tatioa as a scalp* la i Ksmwhatlva the natltes use thethread tome time ''aa ohPanl.amo known as I. such attractive rates for various newspapers
tor and architect !1'' for flshln lines and cordage In the German Burial aaeoriatloa. tars the AND ORGANS. P- that there should be no excuse! for people re-
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t rraOce It Is used for paper In Hindustan Newton Kanaan. To all api-trstw maining in i ignorance as to the happenings of
The exhibit of AlsJksa trade and *n- and China It Is woven into grasscloth ; this society engaged only In :
x terprise 1flD be one !ofMtlns [he east inter\ and the Scotch have prepared the work of ; r the dyad aTte'. ; .the )'ear.
: at the Exposition.of Tl>e rewuro** spun and woven Into as good linenas I the bUiD .. mti4>ui>. .,..ry- Simplex Piano Player. -- 'I ---
the Kloudike-jtbe! i.41. balaxia. rod the flax makes wbehe The of t be p>ople maybe t T =-
( u4 halibut flsberiea w.llIf I IBel..xtensl TheM Chinese ncnl..talds a flber ui appreciated. th rrfor.. **fs th. -- --- I I .
exploited A fsmlly pr Alaskan!! seJlivtH >rt| K silk and there:Is now In Pres- sow lt: sViM>i>rd down "" the latr ea..y |>ayment... Old 1 in.trdment : ''RATES.
den' China manufactory deo the afvb atl..nolf.dtal .. taken in exchange: .
to 8t A UDHJI eanthaopoloykal a gnsa; tioajs rotiiuo. arrested '
be broocbt Loqis.
; exhibit of desIrstMaperlmfm 1 voted the Industry of weaving cloth: ?. ....1 up ""oJ. I I'.rrrjiitij ; n[ Tuning and rifiilutin: Call ; ,
10- win be .... Tbe Ata k. D'' from his and the romn>on nettle. liquor Tb. ....I..t official pleaded *uili) and inspect our fine !.tck of I 4
I -- _.-- -I and was :1u'-d lluo.and the 11%..orp wry' new t..I. :g Daily Metropolis
; bolding with|)four lea I plant typkaljAbu totrmi joJes Laa strnctu on ea & I Ic ........,.. ...... .. ", .....If...... des rayed li) 1 the order of the rixirt Thel( I I 0 fie Yea-
It IIH tiiiistrd that 11.000\1010\ tur aft i r It bad been determined that thr A contract has been am anted! to theE and ,
terser ... | ". rniuirnl. to furnish th- I sjwxtatton was in reality nothing but sob!
I f i ..lenn ld company fur the ermKm ofa 1 '$10.00
- .H1.... '*iip i linnet tab''es r>. d i a drinking club. wily Times-Union
for tile purcbisef "
TW original treaty ( I fine brick o-story factory for, Nis-
the Hint mesas u\rr 5/1.0011,11011'* The manner In which thecharaitrrof :
; the Louisiana j territory. DOW IB I I. Co. The building Is to be! BiixliN' I I
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Is pu.la of writ worth f1.snu.oo.r the place became known to the offlrials
raults! of.UM. Department of State this *um Ihr smallest .tste. KhiHlel Is rather interestingOne of the feet with both stories fitted out in elegant ) Times-Union S5.5o.Veekly .
wri_tea ok at i paces of Irish linen paper i II I 1
with of .. revrir. .. lir large vhare.rimrmr members of the auwwiatton had broken nlvlv. This latest a".lIJIOD! 10Pbor'
bound t etber a piece
gobs silk: rilbon.. The original doco- I Klllm R.tk I one of its rules and the' hoard had fined /, cigar: factories will I'OII( about t tI \ Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-

nent :rUl lie fakes to' 8t Loafs and The plagar. ...ar. I... been .JM'n.l. him IS. For this sum he gave 1 I 18.5-H'I. ,I Tbe new firm U cotrposed' of Union i J! $2.00
when It fell due be failed
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the (rat paK securely protected ble fur thr "
lie etljhibij.d.' thr* Londun uurk* during the {>a>t I Thereupon his wages, and made an *jr by i, ated .1 i the CISBV trade In this city e With Atlanta Journal twice a week fa.25!

I A '" rreamery f'l 1aa j leading teal .- 18 mcnths.-X. Y Sun. I t'el' I tore'ofl the dairy,nertion. It'U 1 20 feet with walls. of glass Visitors HEALTH is TOUTH. ---t belch of the business( and are sure I I -
'.,//p of bnttermaklngtron Disease and Sickness Bring Old Ag ; tile start.It I -
May every proty i of an abundant success
HOREHOtXD from Old subscribers must jail back dues before
8TRUP.Imeediately ,
BAIXARJTS
pay they
the)cmn of fresh milk:to tbe,yellow -- I .la anotffer gratifying step i| la toe of
foils |or other package Herblne taken every morning before can take advantage these offers I and cash
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I -L I breakfast will keep yon la robust I relieves hc orsc, croupy progress of tbe city.-Tampa Tribune.h in advance must accompany all Orders for
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I health fit yon to ward off disease It cough oppressed, rattling rasping these combinations. 'I
I r A (THOUGHTFUL MAN. I cures constipation, billlousness., dyspepsia and difficult breathing. Henry c. ,i MAKES A CLEAN: SWEEP. \

'"'---, I fever, skin an it liver and kidney Stearns druggist Sbullsburg.. Wit,1 I.' ADDRESS : -t i
U. )(. lAosUa. oT, Winchester sad, complaints. It p purifies the blood wrltd. May :S fIoj IfOl1 hare been There's nothing like doing a thingthoroughly. i i

I hew what to do lajtha+ hour of need.HU and clean the complexion. Mrs |iD.1 I:c selling Bal1a.d'.! Horehonad Syrup .fur Of all the Salves you ever I I i
writes two and hare sever, had Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is .
wit 'bad sack aa ;aasoal ease o( W. Smith. Whitney Texas Apr. years a preparation beard of.
UaaBcU land liTVj): trouble, pbysldaas!13. 1902. "I have used Herblne. tad find! that baa given bette- aatikfactloa. the best ,r t sweeps away and care* Miami Metropolis.I

could not lielp brJ He thought of, It the bent medicine for constipation I notice that when 1 sell a bottle burns sores, bruises, cuts, bolls, ulcers

sad trt. 4 1)r.; KUftTf New, Ute Pills'; and liver troubles. It will do *U you !I they come beck for more; I can honesUy skin eruptions and piles IU
..d''she I cot! relieC I at ooos and was claim for t): ,I rail highly recommend recommend' If Sac SOc, 1100.Sold only ZSe. and guaranteed to give sat-

j ,sully.cirid, phr 2Sc at %} Ar h' It." SOc a oUle. Sold by Red CTOM. by Rod Cross Pharmiacy.. Isfactjoa.-, 4y all druggists.
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::1 I NOTICK. or elected. The pfflces ot secretary .rd '. NOTICE :1 "" "" "" "" N..MVwKNN

Florida East Coast Ry. : treasurer in the discretion of the \ IS

To All Whom It ) give ocern: board of directors, may b" filled by To All Whom It Mar Concern: Trade 'iI

LOCAL TIMBCARDNo.53.awrraaauaa I In Effect Feb. 16,1904OITMsOUNDlUt i i Notice li hereby tbat the unI one and the same person. The namesof I Notke .U hereby gives'that the nn- i Mark : .

I denlcDed, Intend to p01r to bis:' Ex- the officers and directors oho are 'Irralgned Intend to apply to the Honorable \

-IIAI aowa. UP. jcellencyj I William S. Jennings COT- to conduct the business of th3 corporation Minor S. Jones, Judge of the I it WADDELL'S 1

.. MN se. SS !t OTATIONS.N.. ... .' 70 NL 74 Ns.2/ ernor of> the State of Florid, for Let- until those elected at the first Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Ii

4 47 Dally. D.11y1 b$ ,. Lsnl L. 7.1.>&11 III.I ,. h.lly. ball. ('ton Patent on the proposed charter election shall be qualified aret I Thomas ,, Clrrjit of Florida within and for Dade Gu n tee is a j'j'I

'. k.uu v A r 4 r s .1 hereto annexed: for said of s
-- Costlgac. Ed.aril county Judge' approval Written
w_.. 11 00I.n.. .... J'k..a. L. ... ..I n. t U president; $ Burke Contract" s
_... lIS .110 IIJ' S4,,1110. I I ., IIT .t e l 1 t0 t O 40 p This Z4th day of February A. D. 1904 first vice-president, John F. Olive I I Ibe proponed! Charter hereto annexed.
--... .. II Ho.n .... a 40. I
10 u. 100 u :/ I .L ri ,;- .51: !.h 111 p4 EDWARD BCRKE second vice-president.; S. L. Paitison.secretary upon Monday the ISth day of April. 1! i iI !
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..._.. lp$43M U..P.I.t\.L. .1.I .. 4 t1 I s0 ..... JOHN F.,OLIVE, and treasuirand; Thomas ,! A. D. 19111, at Titusvllle, Florida He or b
fa II 45 e li 1..1'.1. .. A. $ 3 THOMAS it t-ot.. .' ;
4 a 010. 420 t COSTIGAX.I C Cpetigan, Edward Burke, Johi F. Olive Dated this 10th day of March A. D'I|I .

..___ 711 Tlsp _....i!8.I..L\ .151 ... I i .W. W. ERWIN. W. W. Erwin and S L. l>*tterson 19414.> He S
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750w a ... ...,L.k..MaA. 7 s I 714. 7 10 till. putt you oa top
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... ... n .... 10..1);_. .... .,. { fr. / : I PATTERSON. Bad: ujnathuithe bt.col1 I ol directors C L. F. ROBINSON. tjr se ling you it the sa
-_.-..., ... .. "..' C1 ,p .._..i .. onaHls..L.j" .". ... { f ..:. I I| !The organization aul first annual 1 'I'. M. LEONARD. bottom.
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I .4 3. CHARTER. J. F. OLIVE. 1
_.... 1'1110 13 f 1, meeting tf tL: tockboii .-i shall beheld c.. >.
.. Uu ,,1 1 4 21 { U ., The undersigned person ThomsCastigan. the &. A. HART, uflp/r your wand II you it'
_. :S ', on first Monday In April A. I tire M bur or rtat property.
1117 S W ...... Edward Burke John F. Olin CHAS. H GARTHSIDE. Hi.
143 03,4 ctbet
::::: .H : : 40 p D. 1904. In the city of Miami, Florida: it four rtftrat i I< ''
........ W. W. Erwin land S. L. Patterson : ot that rouarf.CtOtadtrt. 4
I at 4 $?, II lI S O2 p the principal place of business oi ,
: ..--. .. .. 117 P..4. 12 .,.... aasociale CHART R. i
hereby themselves
__.. .w-. 5 4 1' .. 10 ....... togetherfor said company at the office of Graham ; :;
_.... $43 1 The undersigned C L. F. !
471. the of
persons
__.. .-.-..... 1fT 4 j l1p1 MP ....* purpose becoming Incorporated Patterson a Erwin; and thereafter C. A. WADDEU i I :
... uDder the laws of the State of Robinson T. U. Leonard. J. F. Olive. |
_"-". .-..r'i.. .. .I .1. 44qy .... 't on the first Monday In February Heal Est. ,at__.... ik
EL A. and Chas. H.
.. Tt2 .. .. Florida. Han Carthslde. ayerM.N ;
lIT u $ of 1 Iq c.u&-. ... '
each and I II
every .
...... S .T, .... .....T7hb.Is.. .... 1 5' .... 1431.1 ... year I
_-.. ..4... _..I $3j .._ ..... Ede.._... 1 .......... 14114.1 .. The following Is the proponed charter -q I The officers and board of directors hereby associate themselves tocether Office First X.L Bait. .'i .L Fl I :
IS ... .....Jen.nt .... .... ... ... ........ for the of becoming *.
t. for Intended incorporated
__. ...4.-4...... .__: II .__-.. .. ...... I JQ ........ IU.3. ...... ...... the corporation: Ii of said corporation shall be elected atI purpose I
Aet4 ::, Article One. The name of the corporation 1 meeting I under chapter 4898 of the Act L S a
annual
i'.iii : the first of the stockholders I'' _
Ill w PalR..rb SIN 1044. shall be the Dade County of A. D. 1901 of the Laws of Florida I I :
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: : In : : unua and at each annual meeting
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I40 .nisi 8-.3 em lit
n -4-.. ..._ III .._ ......yeba.1!! 'C7p. .... 7 .'a .. Title Insurance and Trust Company of the stockholders thereafter or If In The following U the proposed charI I I TWO IS BETTER THAN 051':. :
1: .. .. .... ... ....... 'II ,,
fe .1... IU ... .. 1 .7 p T ri Slip with offices Dade trr for the intended society and club: I
II ..f..: ... 0 11 ........ 101 p ..... III ....... III principal at. Miami. any year no regular annual meeting Here's a pointer for tbe Msraouo
1 It. .-. ..... t.S .... .. olr."t. 4441 .. s. ...... 17p County Florida. I Article 1. The name of the society I' .. J
In. .... I} p7 00.. ... ..,J... tIi U's ...... $ Sip for any cause be held, they shall be I readers lou want to save meoey 3
J" S ...tolO 2 1140 A9 .! 4133 40p I' .18. to'' Article Two. The general nature of'' elected at the next meeting of stockholders and club sham! be Miami Can Clan old we know bow )to help roa. 1I' We j

I Ithe busloeaa to be transacted shall be!: with principal office at Miami. Dade I esn fix U so you pay a little more $.ha a
vb.re .
Ttalas._stop al'atattoa* tlm It lot .... ... '.. thereafter called ,for that pur the price of woe paper and gel tbel tw.
the Insuring the owners ol real estate. county. Florida. <
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\ / 'you was* The ,nee of tbe Daily
Condenaed 1 .Dd'others Interested'In !' po1At..la Article 2. The general nature of the I Time-Union and
Schedule :Between Jacksonville and St Augustine.MCcsotrriLLE I mortgagees fit 1'If T'ha hlrh_ *,mnnn nrindebtedness Citizen has rrecnUj ,
''" real estate, a* owneis. lncnmbrancers object of the corporation society and I II _been reduced to lbs following pew
a | taa.tTtaa.lSt'! 'N..43* } ?ri". !IN..07 I which this
fl Ba.t Ni OO +
j + company
i mayI Three '
g 17 I" I Lily I rlub shall be the and months .. . .. $ 'l (.
h IT. aucutrmi bail | Haily J ray ) Lull ) Di1ij| aa w L.lly bell) _r.. I or otherwise against loss by I,I.t any time subject Itself is onehaltOf development per- I !Phi moa,.. . ,. .. S 00 '1
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Ir.Jfcat>*TfIl*_.. Mal N N. N i n ri pl 1 30 pl a so OOH 0 N trey Slip reason of liens tncumbrances or defective the amount of Its then fully paid 1 ,fertlon of skill on the part of the dab's I Oa. INr .j.-I.j.4... ... 00 1 .
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As.MA.OOaa.q. *ia| UMa UJI tup 2 30 p1 3 3s 4 Wp) III pi ItlplIMpT. I titles; the loaning and investing >in capital stock. i iI II 'members In the an of wing and trap I II Isbootlng We propoae M send you both tbe 1

awurnaiTtiMKtomnui *.m!N.12+;.. Mud,** MP a*.44* Milr 1 |115.T4Ki of money upon securities upon ItlI I Article Seven The names and iN.ide0ces I and also the entertainment ,:1 Daily and Voaday Tia..- ._ aa4 ,j 1
1.yNh |i i ikte I Citizen and .
Dally j Pally I IISS kitst INulJ i' yi'4l y account, and i o[ club of similar kind and of members toe Mmorous for:
own as trustee i
I agent or I! of the Incorporate of th. I SIX BtOBttM,. .......,.. ... ... ISM 'j
Ar.Meksaval.4.aCaSttaa.... at its THallataj a) 0N.t21ap1240 11 Ms 114, pj 11210 lllp| IMP pl] Illpl in pi IMp iMpi4Tb )] 4p' I for other persons; the acquiring holdIng : company and the amount of capital I of such club la friendly contests 'One tear.,........ ....... .... t M 1

using, leasing. Improving and disposing { stock subscribed: for by each Ian !! of skill In wing and trap shooting; and riowe-Unioa We will send yon the Semi-Weekly 't

of property real and personal : also ,the giving of 1'1to persona and Cltlwa aad tke '
*> following Ar* ThrtnJ puHmaa Trains I i follows: Thomas Costlgan New York ktrraoroija-:
ASTERS TSAMI I i i wirtM TRAINS the accepting and executing of trusts I competing IB contests of skill at wing ,
... .raB \rt.a4Flarldalpial I *... II erd0Cb14..o Florida ...... City one hundred and folk (104) i' Six Booths for. ..j... ... 4.$1N
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....i.i< mid i-eeutMn4s Palat Llamlt... I *... "3 *a4 tt-Cf>nro and FloridTlaill*. pursuant to orders Judgments and I shares Edward Burke New York City ,, and trap shooting.Article One year. .?.. .. .. .. ......... SM .
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.N sad 44- i. nardFVmo Uail > | i H a'4 -""' Florid' Uail'ad decree lot courts of record and by I II 'i S. An members of this club :
ofr-.Nv.iiaiiiiiI ueI.alTly, at......"'...<<:..*.red.._wt r..*will batharraa.oaahae ( | one hundred and three (103) shares: Thus for i tt cents more tbaa UM .
tDa, .paraM*aa la*** I'....aa which BO*sira., Baal far.la.*.,..... I virtue of devisee and bequests; acting I I John F. Olive New' York City one shall be gentlemen of at least price of the dally, you gr two papers J
as agent. attorney-ln-fact executor I one years of age and shall be t.ellt7-j and for fifty erata .... teas tbe rer I.
hundred and three (103) shares W.
ACTOXD) asAlro>Ir: OsAxa11 CITY BBAJTCH.f"Jll : .lar price of tbe .lllnaoPOU"'Ot1' ,
I administrator to membership In said "b by "
trustee assignee, assignee MyeDI1-lnl j
,I W. Erwin Miami., Fla. tbe Semi-Weekly Times.Uaioa sad .
I 1.13 15.3145.. ii T*. for the benefit of creditors, | '| jority vote of the Executive mittel dtisva '
BTAmtft BTirtoirt. and
; reI, and tbe Farmer
L. and
D.Ul Dally 1 .11 14.14 Dally i I :5) snares !, 8. Patterson. )IJ- Frail

SM .' .......... .. .. ..... 3p nita'Lr, p.04aivrsa..A esv ri aHi oelver or guardian; hand owning ..ft"I I,, amt Fla... one hundred and fifteen of this club.Amid. I Grower.Mend your :
L........+ Oasa1..A rasa4p IIIILT operating abstract books covering la.-d 4. The term for whioh. this aabseriptioes to as. Out
55$ .,..... ........... ti N. IO II Ha LT.Oranir* ctty An OOp I I!. (115) share. i I. advance always at these pri1'IIallaTJIoPOu"-.
I N Ar......... ,..wL 1.3..1 m. |146aAr| ..Or.CITY*..LTJ 10 titles In Dade County. Florida and {I| THOMAS COSTIOAN. (Seal) I| club 1s to exist Is twenty-five years. -4|

the making and selling of abstract or Article 5. The name and residence* Misaii. FUHr
; 'I' EDWARD BURKE (Seal) .
M 115.17' N. 1M.. N11.N.y11)211 % }
IrAZp08?' searches of title therefrom. I 1 Fof the subscribers are as follows:
I
f Daly. N.pN. ,:JOHN; F. OLIVE. (Sean ,i -
B&A1ICJL Three. of T. M. Leonard. residing at Rouse's
Article The amount the I \
I W. W. ERWIN. (Seal)
a ii p .._.._ .w...IIt_ ...._........__.... 5th sip capital stock shall be Fifty thousand Point .
UN. 53 p .44. .._...y......_ J. _.....ua..... ..... .. ... L 0 r. /1 p4tl. S. L. PATTERSON.- (Seal) J
5045$ II p .)._."' _.... _..... ..............:::.. L T M SIP dollars (150.00000). divided Into fin I( Charles H. Garthside. residing ,at Cooley & Horner' ,4f
5145.5529 p __ _...._.. ..vols.-.. ............ L.f' T 4.M I Miami. Fla. :
IS p ". --........... ....i)1a! +.-_............ T M lip hundred share of the par value of STATE OF FLORIDA
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-+ - One hundred dollars I $100.00) eat li, : E. A. Hart, residing at Rhode Island. .

PElI.SULUJAID s/ .. OCCIDENT_ _j i'I STEAMSHIP_ CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. which shall be payable at the optionof COUNTY On this OF day DADE personally: appeared I before J. F, Olive residing at New York The Peal Emit uJ Rraul ,eats f-t:

tatt eoaatmaa mat At HUM wits rruasMi.IP OF rot P. 4 *. s. L eatmunr ret the corporation In cash or prnp>-:-ty, i me Thomas. |Costlgan, Edward I C. L. F. Robinson residing at New - -- .*.' .

HAVANA ; KEY : WEST! J(ND NASSAU. real or personal, at 4 Just Valuation Burke John FJ Olive. W. W. port. R. L List Yoar Properly WitS Tki. .

,, to be fixed by the Board of IXreutors ; .... a d.L- ... _a _an fL. II I Article C. The business of this corporation -

Tka T1 M Table bow Id. Urn***al which train*.nay bt wl4 to rrlT. sod ...,.,. of this company at a meetlrj; cabled as-u:; persons 1) described' In and-who shall be ,conducted by an lA fine niece of bas froat nrotvM.. I I.Itll 11
...n.. ia**...r l atatHMi..bat thrtr.rrlTJ or o>aanar...i ib* HIM (.....d l. sot iraaraai***. for that purpose. I I : Executive Committee of five memi riparian ncbta.. within" few #
-IN Os.pw.kuld. iuU rsp5.lbl. for oar dtlay ar ..' ....._-anua( 1Mrw i subacribed theIr name to the foregoing 'mi.... a J
walk of
1 i president the bonnes
shah ben-a a visepmident.secretary eeater
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Article Four. This corporation i i
.' I I articles of Incorporation as and ,of Miami being ttO feet on bay sad .

Tar CBT' *>f tia LOCAli TIKX c .b... Otb.r 1.t.ir.tl a continue and have fuU power to exef- I for article ot Incorporation of the i! and treasurer. The'office 400 feet deep, bating- lot of lee .3 4
of secretary and ressurer shall be i i,1Iled bearing tree oa It. This Is ...
.. !AGENT." rise and operate Its corporate franchises Dade County Title Insurance and a
) TICKET
TH piss! for a winter home. *
: by one and th } privileges, powers and ':nmtint- Trust Companyjl' and did severally acknowledge
J. D. XAHCTER. ... O.... PJAcrat... ST. AUQTTSTnrX. TLA.M ./ u.. for the term of nlnety-nlae (99)yeajs that they executed the same :'i, The name of the,offlorrs and members .,t

T, I ''' of the Executive Committee who. 328 Trelftl Strttt. Silncr Bkk.
from and after the
coaicience- for the purposes and uses therein a. MIAMI FLA. .'1'
are to conduct the business of the eor1 -
I I ment of Its corporate existenceArticle pressed f
I ,I 1 poratitn until those elected at the first .
I I Five. The business of nUll IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have '
I election shall be qualified are C. L. F.
HEAVY BLACKSMITHI3 (I Robinson, president Chas. H. Garth- Eagle Baiter Shot-
Horse-!$ -...inc, W.coo A; I arriac* Worl board of five (5) directors, a preelilerl. this 29th day of February. A. : .
F.B.H All Kind IWpalrln !'I side vice-president; J. F. Olive secretary -
avei lint vice-president second rice prrst D 1J04. Poor Chairs. No
H Busing aDd Holdrfcf and treasurer and E. A. Hart t Waitint:
dent secretary and treanrer. add <'' (Seal) J. W. HORNER
f t :, All Work l3uaesateedJ 1 First-'jar. M. Leonard, the Executive Committeeof Best Stn'Kt ia tie City
1 t other such officer agents or employe Notary Public In and for

ShOp Ooo. .A.ven.ue as may fF'm time. to time be .p"",, ted dial the State of Florida 'at Large. said club. I A. COLBY Proprietor. ii

1 P I I -. Tbe organization and_ _first no annual____. 302 Twalft area.Clubbing .
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1 f meeting of the members of this club
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; 1 I shall be held on the first Monday In
M. J.J M DonaldjSAXlfARY
I January. A. D. f*>5, in the city of

j Miami Florida, at the Seminole Club,

t. I I and thereafter on the first Monday In Rates t
..S.E'ABAR. D j
j: PLUMBING andILUM13EltS' January of each and every year. j .

Article 7. The By-..... of this cost You can save money by #Ub- *

I! t poratlon are to be made altered or rescinded I
for
tt scribing the paben. '}
Air it ilwayI SUPPLIE8) by a two-thirds vote of the
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want f
I members of this corporation in good you through !

f l I'( FOSavanaah Cltfelud 114, Ruptle. /UtltJ 1, itanding at the time of the passage of The ':

511 any by-law. !I
All Linda of .wheel
] 'C6lumbia, Cxm.ien, Southern; Ines.Rateiah,1Ri for ale or f nl Article S. The highest amount of ia- I' '1.
i' ebtednesa or liability to which this Metropolis.
haa.Ii 1V.1hington Uiltinure I
!I .tt t .L'tk. Street Miami, PiaMcNeill corporation shall at any time subject

t Philadelphia, Ncv York. I Itself shall never be greater than two- We can give you UM

: I .. n .- thirds of the value of the property of 'Daily Times-Union and
r rf Thr+e Elegant Trains Daily.: I / the corporation.

F S3 ; Na..( York, Li Mi I ted & Co. Article f. The amount la value of the Daily Metropolis for

Seaboard Express! i Seaboard Mail I
both
$10,00 a
I real estate la fee simple or any leasehold year, or
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I ,It i I I estate which the for six months
corporation may foe.
Modern Pullm ka I II Livery Feed and Sale Stable
Equipment ; hold, subject always to the approvalof $5.00.

I ,, the Circuit judge shall not
be
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.- 1'M j.sl.1-I .4r Tirk Ueifl 1. 4 ,."I.I I irt n.n....,. +ahln-Lor. 4 Fillia. 12th Street West of Uoilro8d.I I
...... the of S1500.C. .
., ..-.411'"-..-..,. a ta<4L draw 114015 < 1..41 o- ya:1: tl e.r..p-rsl-4 I 4.. sum
l aw,.54. i r M4la. 4.4"4441..l.. 1 41.1 Yo. V. wi.hi44t.r( I.h-n .. MJ.. |1.15111.1. u I S .. ,
VJ ,*4J..,._.III. T| ......,d.ll,'.i I'-i .hia"

( Only line i'[HTHtin<; | daily through! s .tt'pt.rs fri'Dof Good Comfortable Carriages.I J. F. OLIVE

Ii .1aekldnvi ety Orleans.! E. A. HART Daily MetropolisaUM

I ''It-t..N I i First class CHAS. H. GARTRSIDE..
I I I'' I ; Teams, and :
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.1 ':'I I I \ Reliable White Drivers. i STATE OF FLORIDA. Semis Weekly

For full infurtiiation ami ftitrfper. rc cnatioii-", call "n. ,fly. aent th COUNTY OF DADE.?
I Sc .rd, or 'III rite -
f : Thnes'Lmon
i I On this day personally appeared before -

[ A. o. MCDONNELL' L tlL'-r. A j Jacksoniillc Fla. : ':." .:;" "' ''O.t.g.e.g {NT me C L. F. Robinson T.; !M.'Leon-

i i ""FJ.-d" f ard. J. F. Olive E. A. Hart iud Chaa. $5.50 a year]

S. C.. BOYL &T/JN/ Jr., Pass. AJrt. a Pastiffle"Iae.JStfYal I \ H. Garthside to me well known as the Weekly Metropolis' and SemiWeekly

r" I I II Record persons described la, and wha subscribed -

I \ their name to and executed Times-Union both
Publishing Co-J
JI
r 1 I the foregoing article of Incorporation
one J2.OO.
I. "b.tri the d year.
pahiical..1
I Mat a
: f : I 1.005.1.504 F'1noi4a R..oe. ... M............ It ..11.. .b.saal.tl. ..app.. .iIIwurat1...,..........fa""h'....... i as and for articles of Incorporation of
WAlTEK: BCAHAat JANlaM.JAcXn0N, Im, Is .PATTERSOX j jSK'T I Not a..11110.. I. It. Eda.4 by a nf ...,...... 1.. a" ."--' HoIr._ -
f' .. p.ee.r..y ......- e..w0b let Ira.. to tack I.re How" bpd. .,. ,., the Miami Gun Clan and did severally
L .Pa.4Aeat .. w '''' let 705a0
I r .
I I 1'm0. ... .... h _1d v.35Carl 1.54. -.550 51.1 11.00. rrr : ''acknowledge The
[ SEa4L''T1. 'o tm ton lb.. psblra1o. that they' executed the Pompano Inn
silk bnao.d.
j ..b.cr.ptiw0 I... .,=.s-.r: =. T. .*o iki* kr Mllowu0 eitraord.sArl a ; ; for the ,
.*>Tl ma*,Nor a lK.rtr d D.ad QodPbstraet J Taw a **. aVaa 'rl aW ,
tmfm" anrr4 Z
Cvrrr p....... _... BMT w ..r\. wa. 111 i I. 'S.u.Cat 554 5aL... n i I: Witness. Whereof. I hare .....t.o
r i i :i 7 tai* Baff_larW..rtiaianja< will rv.,*... BT I l, Pompano, Florid
l I : T wail 1__...'" a _..U.' litha nplM4mamnmtr 1ist I my hoof sad official teal this
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I, The ,Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Barjks for a report of their I

condition at the close of business March. 28th 1904. Below i is a condensed I statement of the condition -

I i of the Fort Dallas National to which the public attention is called, showing continued increase ,
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( Report to the Comptroller of> Currency (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas National

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

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I i Loans and Discounts!. j. $$163.955 Capital Stock . . . . .. . .$100,000 oo '

I :, ', Overdrafts. . . . . . : 250 18 Surplus. . . . . . . . 2.00000 +

I I I'I'I I UJ J S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. :. 25,000 00 Profits. . . . . . . . t.569 7* ,1 I

I' i : Premium on the same. . t 1.437 50 National" Bank notes outstandingDeposits . 25,000 00 ..

i Dade County Bonds . . . . 5,00000 . . . 262,07093 _

I"* I I'' : Banking ., 41. "4 13 !

: US.Bondsowned.S6.6zS00 I' l

.1 I'. I Due from Merchants National I .
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'I i I ;I Bank ot New york. . 19,15988

: 'f I Due from National Bank of ,I Ii i.

f i I. j'I Jacksonville 18,39946
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I'I I Due from Mercantile Exchange ,
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I. f I i I Bank of Jacksonville 7.33613

''I I :' I! Due from Trust Companies of ', _

I I ,I New York . . . 7.50020

r 1 I t f Due from State Banks and ,

Bankers . . . .. 19,24908Due
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.,4 : I': Cashtnhandin\"ault..33.263,85-'S3.78360. ,

I i' 'r I' $390.64065 $390.640_65

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IARRIY i Continued from First'Page.) i
:: = HOTEL Oar Bob Cant See: Why Brovard Can ( ammmmmmimnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi
I fcharce Him With Theft of :
I Public Lands.CoDtreuman I circumstances. Where organizations i iI E 'f ..
BI3CATNEtt -* ; fall to paw a creditable Inspection they i ;
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W. Davis
Robert a- I
r :, 8. Hun sf laaklj: E. Jpnrb. Day- i Twi'yn'I Jacksonville Monday fromfWaahkngtoh. !will be deemed below the standard ufi -- == 4 .
,C wOT. and Mrs !C. Portljrt. Caro.r. efficiency, and be disbanded III i .
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where he has been for thje'pact
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., 1 Mick.;, S. E. BagleyL Boston',; F. ,M.rergusou I' II Where It Is found that officers have I II I
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Pittsburg; I'". W. Smith Chicago I II' been negl'gent la the performance of| ,' :,
railed there because I
\ ; E. Beadel.. Herr York.i I i I'' Mr. Davis was Judge I their duties; have been lax In the mat ::: 3' ;
I (of the anticii>ated Tote in the = '' '
SAN CARLOS4- j J ter of discipline; have failed to hold 3" H I -
f c. F. Austin. !jJacKsonvlUe:, H.Avery. I'Bwayne Irai forced Impeachment to cancel some proceedings of his cam and the regular drills required by law; or r:-:: == >

'If Jacksonvilke. i I ; L. CBagley.. Botoo. .I I I ipeJgn dates tn the State. He UTI,.., I bare suffered public property eDuw.// :-:: -, .... I .
'OJ f.f f. I to their irare to be lost or Injured I E Y\\ ==
here yesterday oa his way to lever' j' b v
f PIONEER-I f l'l'I I : ,i. I bees, where he was to have spoken to I through Carelessness: or neglect they .= =
'Chicago; HJ R. Row !I I at I will be ordered before,a board for exiaminatioq :-- --
The
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appointment -
't Troy N. TJort. O B.: Robertson., New { as.to thetr.cotapetencj, re- :- -mI
1 1'I been canceled oa account of .
t' 1 [ II of command removed fromonce
Senator TaJii.ferro having been.csllwi lieved | or :
I In the ..-.. CONFIDENTIAL
I If to Wakhlngtin a few days ago, MarDavis } : as the circumBtances : STRICTLY "
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DETAILS OF DEATH.Ot '' may seen to demand. .1 I
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", Commander H. K. Benham I i I'at Keh I '.day coprrv SCHOOL BOARD.I I 3 Please consider: this "Strictfe. e..,...tW..
Mr., remaI. seen by a representalive
I We.L i i I I It. of '. and asked foJ I Ia lDeetl-; 1 i We Guarantee 2 .
The Key ;eat correspondent of the reference to the elaimJ 1 Rpgulsr the school board Our Clothes.
t. Times-Union. under date! j>f the llth ;! which have recently been made by Ml was held April IX 1M. Present E. R | !- -
;' I givi UM followlncjd I < ftall of the mmmmmmmmmmmmmmn G
lost I
B. Broward. also a candidate for Governor j i King chairman.: J. O. Harris W M.j
death ot:Commander H. K- Benham.U. I )Ir. Davis. discussed the ma|!| j Burdine. ''z. T. Merrill, secretary == ==
S. N., whoas' body passed through and the charges of Mr. Brow aid in con 1 The minutes of the taut meeting mere \It == r.l
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: her care Monday of his. bereavedwife to,;Washington and father. -!I DMctlon) with hi. drainage scheme si {read and approved, E want to say a few words to you and we wish you to ==
It was moved aid carried that the
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., Admiral. E..K. Benhi m, retired: superintendent notify the principals consider them "SfKiCTLV CONFIDENTIAL," for we'donot ==
"His map to In line with his book .
f.. -Commander K K. Betjnam. U. S ,' except that he makes It/perhaps.. more !:I I of all schools of more! than one teacher wish to injure the feelings of our comps titors. What we 3

r. N, died. Friday i mjjrnin* at the Marine I Pot a ted. I am sorry to feel that a i j to make a detailed 'report of their work I wish to sayis this.
: Hospital., of, pefijonlUaj f< Bowing aai brother Democrat, who has been standIng land,I thai of their amUUnts In allk[f ==
< i: operatlog for append; Id tl performed by me like Napoleon Broward has, I'': grades, same to be Bled with their final t == | "Tin. ,?RK.ST XrAr"of being satisfied with your suit 3

i Monday. Commander Ben' ] am. Who coal bring himself now to believe j IMF!!, 1 | i and getting jour money's worth i is to buy it here. \Vedon't ==

t 1 was la charge'_ofj'the torped boat Trni-'k. that I would be so dishonest. as o steal ,'i The following warrants were! issued 1 == know a single customer who is sorry that he traded ==
was of Admin I A. K. I
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expenses
". \ I public lands and give them over to, i j.
I. '' Beaham. retire* .laDd.j a popular tall: ...... It seems to me that when 1''Z. T. Merritt. postage, etc .l.w H 95 I: here, but we have seen a great many who "Wis HEt> THEVHAH. ==

....,. The !1i oa"" n port tk I he reflects upon me In this respect bei I W. )(, Bu Mine. Cash paid tel, .. 2.UGlrtman : i g
week, from,'Pai. *ma for ei MBeaham. r4. reflects upon every other member of!I Bro. supplies. Miami S"0 I :. I
== The ? Our clothes have individual
r '. who w t| at Pen* cola awal -I!the Board of Trustees of the Internal J. W. Cardy. pljmblng supplies :1.ii i I reason style. They. 3
a C the arrival t jthe lorpe oboat. was. Improvement Fund Each of i them ; ro"lI.ot Moody, supplies Cutler 1:TOW i=-= are made by the best makers in. America. They are different ::::

i telegraphed for. but did no arrive aa- I would have just as much voice In thejpublic R. Mores, water West Palm .= from other clothes you see. The price Well it is 3-
a Friday:Bight 'The bodf was Mif-j matter of the distribution of !I Beach . .. .. . .. .I,.... 300 : i I for discount in the easy
i pod North, rla. : (amt Sunday morning' .lands as I would have and I fonder | Edwin Nelson repair shades 2AO I:. us to any prices city.Ve are showing a ==
'.y the steamer iblnnecockj- f why be does not attack them 1 i R. & Wilson labor and supPil.. 3.11II :: Fancy Homespun Suit at $8.50. which is sold everywhere at 3.mse

-, 1 I I 'However. f do not care to Idscnss j 1 Pierce A Hardy, glaxlng. Miami 1.0 i':E 12. so. :::
PAT, I J. M. Rowley, transporting pupils :::::
these matters for if he people O Florother It
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OENnALESTANDS Ida believe me as culpable\ a* my[mf'lle I West Palm Beach .. ..J.. 77.M 't:: The reason? We have too many and they must be ::::

i ,.-\n@bI i points me out to be. I do not think { E. M Graves transporting pupils sold. Our 10.00 and i i aoo suits are by far the best to be 3 I
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I OenenJJ Shrnn:. Ben was Informed (they outfit to vote for me. If TO the Neptune. May . ... .J+' 51.75 ; l had for the price. We-carry the largest stock of clothing in 3
hand, they regard his. r T. Budge, supplies. Miami',.. .y> J
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that Ju4e 8tr(eoa had ordered uttraut'M -
I Belt end Captali Wells. coonned la jtbe : as purely( demagogic, which th y are. I Arthur W. Hall Co., .upl'uesl i i. r..ns: Ci i I Dade County and can fit and please you.fJOHNSEWELL&BRO.f. 3

Our ay county. all for contempt, he they ought not to vote for him,! but I i W. M Bnrdlne mileage per dltm/ 2 00 : J
J. C Harris, :E I ==
''uS4:1 shall leave the question entirety with| mileage per diem 15.20E. E
I ,Sheriff II i iII ; Oofbett take u to Away 1-tie people.' So far I have not betrayed'.. B. King mileage, perdlem1' . 1h.20 1 E:: j33333333333333333:'j3333333333; .. ==
It win hare to M over the dead bodies them: and If I serve them further in Z. T. Mernit. salary, March'. 5lI.BI' j ..' ==
aU soldiers under command puble office I shall try not to betray Mrs. P. F Wagner janitress Went ::: :.it
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thent More than this I have nothing Beach .. j i&951
U this eobBtyj he has not men enough I II ,: .IDE. e -t.
'Mrs. Dah'enherK. janltrms I ;
thaL The UtnaUoa'demands that 'tossy-! .
v to.d stay* la TeHurlde."Mr. i, I ,I Miami .. . ... .. .1. 19.13rl +...."
MsnW *, fll never be produced |I Send 1a'your orders for job printing : .1.I 3

la court into bfcvenor Peeoody orders :of any kind to the Metropolis OIllee.1 I sndtdat.e ta beta",the... DaD want/ awl llwir tj-+|anrvmjixvMHU .ckir M. :: EETrEEfFEEE: F EEEE E.EEE :f E>. ElUW1U1UWWij1WWWWllUU1U1U1U1U1UWW1U1U1UWWWWW1UlnlUWWWlU1U1U
BM to prodoe* him. star he:escapes I Four presses run by aa engine '
I i trapoas will eleaw -low that tt I:
r-' u4 ,goes ova] the scow.t91oM. .lyaotype machine enables as to bra I I|I will take Ust dollan-4 fee each paper. ;;
out big orders la a short Urns.. I ..
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