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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 16, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. I, No. 108. I MbMtlM. *. MIAMI,, FLORID SATURDAY, (fAPRIL 16, 1904. Ct-: Price 5 Cent

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Says U. S. Relative to Kill ta fount Court-tTfto Held let Days and Charged Vtllh Illicit to boa nary Court!I Why Sen. J. P. Taliaferro


ing Correspondents. I I One fined $ 5--fours Closed T tcf,) Yesterday Aftemooa After a }Hard I I Should Be Re-elected.

I ( With Glean Dothi.i i Fought '"ItjaP Battle. '

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WIRELESS 1ELEGRAPII'k Y. County court closed" today at nbon Yesterday afternoon nt one o'clock JACKSONVILLE VOTERS .

and all the county officers! are rejolcI'lng. the Civics Class of the MJamt Hijh
School entertained a number of visitors I .
:' The work of this term of courti H I
i i with a mock trial. Court wf' nail 1 1- .
has been unusually tlre ome. There
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e Cause of tbe tlltimatum That t II{ have ben, DO end of annoyance [i.nd lu ihle the was clai-room done to make and everything the appearance tII>>- f Orjani/e! d Taliaferro Club 'and An- ...

ViB Mile Our dovejtmeot ftcpb Judge Hej'M-r la certainly to be congrat- r ., of the room a* business-like as possible nraace:: I Ijbleca GooJ. Sound. .

plated anon clearing: up the docket. ; The Civic Class being composed I '
To Prevent the Slaughter of f r only of the ReOablej. Comprehensible Reasoas
Freshmen
lone of the} moat :Irritating'thing,haa ., .::. .. prisoner sheriff ,

Newspaper Correspondents las i been the tardin- of wltn_I for r + ." .: younger attorneys students and ,witnesses while the were Jury was the Why Oar Popular Senator Should '
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Threatened by the Russians If 1"I f I which there haa ,been three cases of :; ;, :, selected from the three upper clasae Be Sent; Back to Washington as '"

contempt of court Two negroes,; we Mr. Fred Pine volunteered to act as

They Use Wireless System.Washington. sent to Jail for ten day In order ret .to ;.' ;. prisoner' and Ills Eleanor Semen a* The Choke I of The people.

they might l be on band when;, wanted, \ plaintiff. Attorney for the defendant
._, were Miss Cwladya {'rice-n tillsms and
I' aDd a. an1 example for other!' careless
1 Mr. Claude Brawny{ The prosecuting I

-+ of he I witnesses. 1' Th* other case of Contempt attorneys Hiss Myrtle WIllard and Mr. The Seventh Ward Democratic Club

>principal t | a telegraphy was punished by one day in [Jan and Earl Smith. Miss Mamie Simpson was wa organized la Jacksonville Tbirday *-

enter a m-- 'at ; twenty-flv4 I dollar Sue.Yesterday clerk of the court j and KIM Mildred I Bight 'for the purpose malaly. of :-;

'dec there civil Taylor wa sheriff., Mia' Carpenteracted .
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State were eleven I
of admiral Alexlent that ''aewspa r verdict rendered, and this {morning SENATOR JAMES P. TALIAFERRO, WHO WILL SPEAK IN MIAMI aa Judge and relded to the best advocating: ,} the election: of James P. a
of her Taliaferro aa United sw. Senatorfrom S
wirelea telegraphr ability.Regular ![
eorrespoodeats siag tb ref prisoners pleaded PlitT. NEXT TUESDAY NIGH warrant and* subpoena the Second District: of Florid .
ta the far East shall b* treated aa I I
; t There ... a treat deal of aatUfaction blanks had been secured' and servedby Embodied la the eonamatioa ot the

-pies Tfce Department l win' DOt act 01 a to sic with what dispatch and justiceftjaa.Heyer the sheriff several daya ago and dab an the following reasons whythe -

hypothetical ease, but U tbe event disposes of. the s- HOT; I POLITICS S HERE E WEEK tilt excitement was Intense. Senator member are working to return .z

U* arrest of an Amerkaa'' doses by der ill Jurisdiction.The ET6EXT j The clan agreed to have the case Taliaferro* their represents
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the' Russian v aatboriUea, the depart- an Imaginary on*| entirely, and aa I :
docket for this term of court
i Reasons!; Cirm.BECACSE .
me4t will draw|a policy! ui meet t ill i neither aide knew what testimony was
U t ...i !unusually! full one aa< bid fair to be produced by the other aide it wa -He possesses the confidence -
naval Internatlofial
departure
SW Senator Taliaferro Will Talk the Voters of
P. to Miami and
11'. Jut let them try It [appear to at art to;occupy three week I -. i J., ''t ',much more Interesting. Mia Screreni and respect of his fellow-Sena

i tbe motto of, the.Goveri IIIftIt. Dade County t Tuesday!' Night Followed by Candidates 'II story of a late return from a recital ton IB a moot remarkable decree.
- I I I AY8 BOILERS EXPLO ED. j at Bl1 Ih'e Conservatory and;, her leaving BECAUSE-'He aided largely la pro-

St. Petersburg, April M.-Vtertoy I I For State Offices Wednesd/jr/ Night a valuable. ruby: ring on the piano la coring liberal' appropriation for the

Altrftf tfirfc i"-rT| thai command of: h* Std rmfUraP'JU: ,; j l _-_'--- ...J-L.__ j "... ..-__ --- --_ -- ta* parlor *t her bom/ where she had I!'mprovement of the St. John river i

: fleet at|Port Arthur the kf- net authority at the Admiral make I jU1-I i + lingered to try to play ;from memory a thereby making possible large redue-
a I positive' |statement eenyingjthat the Ju- | dons. In freight ratr throughout all
---. ,Flap.., flying from slships JMRasalaa beautiful solo. she had beard during
la UM harbor forta and b,l 4- enemy wa |jig .."! .battleshipaPetro There will be a plenty doing la poll- J i STATE CANDIDATES the evening and of I its disappearance, territory tributary to that ream.'

..... I the 'disaster to the tics here next week. and enough will. ,i do Wednesday evening. April 20, was well done.' MUs' Carpenter bad BECAUSE-He Introduced and ae- '

_, pavlonk. He salt 4): I be said and done ta furnish food for:, ,'candidates: for the offices of Secretaryof arranged that $tier story could be of eared the passage of the Senate resolution -

CAPTURED JAPANESEHarbin SPIES j -Admiral Makoff never lert}the harbor thought and discuwion until after May I State. Comptroller Treaxirer At- \'Ivantare to wither, side, only setting providing for the survey of a ;d

April jit.-Two Japanese without dragging for mi.... We 1 torn+-e..nH'al. Supers-.tendent of Public off the fa-t thst her ring wa gone route' for a ship canal arrott the State '

leers of the general staff dressed AI believe 1 the, ship i boiler Iploded.M 10. I ''i;i : Instruction, imituiioiier! of Agriculture u-id that .Mr Malden star ..lines* for of Florida, with an appropriation of
Of Tuesday night f ted States Senatornt AdJuta-it-G irsl *.1 other $:!;).IIIW' tbe.Ior.EECAl"8EU..
Thibiaa lamas hive arrived herder They were; the old Scotch hype and n a 'he State baJ fold her Mr. Pine was

strict escort, bavtngr cap u la .bad condition. VI8- dmlr.. Skrlh ,- James ,''P. Taunt! < ', who I* a candld-j I I State!! oXcen: exrppt that of Governor wearing !It Hence' the arrest. I U perfectly familiar

I by raflroad guards about""eighteenPJKfcr k>ITs appointment to the command of ate fo! re-eleition coin this, the Sect! I,. will also address the people of Miami Th attorney had done wonders with with In.0-,"" routine s.'d detail'

: ;.j I j t111 naval force sIt Port Arthur I* received ODd ,C mgresslonal District will b* and bade county In this city upon the their wltneme*. .->
Sixty pounds of higbj rei plosives.fwsee ; with! createatl.tacuoG/ both by I lmuee that confront them hour the trial was In progress there and It would require' for

hey for unsure dt railroadta Ul1 army said lIa'7'- here't > address the, voters of Miami/ '. Those. who will be here unless otherwise was some wit and Intellect shown that any new member rears of eipeneuoe -

.. etey were found oa their person sIt 1 I II and Dade county tiponr.his eaadldacjj) I !>re>ented are: promise much Miss IV'.Ilard was especially '' 3C'lUP: bin present,'adrantan of

wa evidently their intention i to I :L'1't"D FOR THE DEPENDENT. for re-flection. |i iI. For Secretary of St.te-J. E. Broome.H. fine In her cms*examination efficiency. i j -

blow .p the railroad brl4.e over the Thl* Information Iwaa received this} : C Crawford and B. F. Kirk: I and several time threw the entirecrowd. BECAUSE-He MW the futility of
President and Moody Each
Koul river' near FnllardL Fi r ttor"1.v-G.n ral-W. H. Ell! endeavoring to secure the of
: I Secretary morali!g by presij Tl"ltor>. Juilce and jury Into a P8'itnf'nt
The prisoner displayed great cool Darts-rsllaferm \. f*. tla.r-Abrama.'j: niar of laughter In holr argument she Plorida'i A cleat Indian War Claim .;

seen and finally confessed, that their dent of the Club In apersonal I For f L; ;' rt.'cr -.'.. C* f"roo.:1. i/nnluieu I t>, means o a separate measure, and
i Washington, "April 1C-The following letter from the Senator himt a heavy volume of Florida
iBteatkm our to blow .up the railroad bulletin; regarding- the disaster on ,' For Treasu..r-V. V. Knott I jotatnte. and read the la* word toreuru introduced in amendment to the omnibus -
eel'But/ little bridge. t o. Pa': 'icstrnctlon 1.; bill p viding therefor' adroitlyand
i i. the battleship Missouri was postedat glvfoi about the meeting. Mr. Talia irmtmK the Jury with all the
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-W H and W.SheaU N.
J the Navy Department today: I Holloway power of a professional. Miss PriceW'Illlams succerafullj, defending Its pashas;
COAXED RUSSIAN OLT. ) ferro 'iearfng all detail of arrangement [ '
Wounded I against the 'strong oppnMitiun of rival
The following have died: Colonel was I more logical and
TokJo April !'...Admiral Tori reJohn i -I with Byington and tile For Commissioner of Agriculture; I thoughtful 'lalms.
la her
T. J. Donnelly, ordinary aeaOrvel 111. cross-examination!
port that la the] attack cfa Forth Ar-I t'lob. though I more than probable ) B. E. MclJn. i,red showed by every question that ahe I BECAUSE.--He Uorated the election -
be will be several
accompanied
.. U' Tuesday midnight a nine n I B. bloc, apprentice nd-I by For Railroad Commissioner-B. L. [new Just\ w hat she wanted Her I of United States Senator b, the
gentlemen who will assist in the
u.e mi ne.morning at and U the meeting Morgan.
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class. I I iipemh to the jury was beautiful and I I'ren votes |of the people the enlargenrnt -
I and talk the Issues of "
drew ta Russian fleet out on the day.The For '
AdJulant aeral-J. C R. '
fon- / of the of tbe
lowerful and powers IntrnitateCommerce
The l'ollo..IDC additional hare been railed for much applause.
Mss mile to *ea. The Petropavelosk arrangement. for jbe appears ter and Allen Thomas. :
,reported as dead: + I 'i 'j.hen she had finlnhed .Her deep inereht Commission and Toted 1 latrlct
track one of them and wee sunk N of Senator Taliaferro will be [t For State Chemist-R. E. Rose. : accordance with
the
Jaiqe E. Knight ordinary aeamau. I in the case made her argumentIng ; wishes and
made :bv the executive
committee of I ,
I Final details for the reception of mi-pi***! of the thief
true lenders of
Halbert Edward Elliott master at out and her aneonscion.gestures or.
ANOTHER :HIP SUNK. the Davi-Talaferro! Club which met at !these': gentlemen will be made In timeor ,-Bied labor
aecond-clasa. with her eloquent words on the bill! providing for
Btt Petersburg 'April 1C.-A report al'D1ll. 3 o'clock this. afternoon. The club will : their appearance. I were I
The following. name In yesterday s I ( very pleasing 'he creation tit the! Department' of Commerce -
has gained wtdi *rrency here that thbattleship attend tile meeting in a body and a reception The Davis-Tallaferro Club, while ,
dispatch, which did not with After Miss Wl'Iard' closing and Labor
Sebastobol agree : rpeechthej
at fort Arthur will :follow the wind-up] I
pledging support tp
record Of the bureau, have been tbf'j no candidate butMerars Judge charged the Jury and they BFC.tCSEetiuR In entire' harmony !
has been lost. Senator Tallaferro while conceded i i Davis and Taliaferro will II
As.octated'' has aVhorita- jo refor to tile following: probably retired to the jury room. The suspense I and concer : with, the' other distiazuitbed -
The Press not an eloquent speaker very forceful '- assist In .
the
Jams K. Peterson, :boatswala'smake. tit rtalnlnc candidates wa4 terrible to those left' In the court membi ri of tie Florida delegation '
tiny iaforaml the corernmeat that and Interesting andj make himself : I Im.ke
and lending all! aid possible to .
I ,Brstclass.IlerbeYt rncand the retura of the dlgaliediIH at Waiihl iRtoD. be and they aureeeued -
It ka* received no advice latlmatlagthat ? and hi. posit clearly: unaentood ,
upon their .
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Schelbarth. lantiman.like meeting success' .( with their lonoman. Mr. Hsder. I{'I In tecu 1ng for Florida a larger

rich d occurred. President has contributed the any 'and held all occasions.) The meeting Remember' they] dates Senator Talia at knelr head was a )Welcome<< elh&i i,: rolume of ai propriation than had
will be at Agricultural Hall and :
ferro. '
RUSSIANS!YJ i.U JttTER.Tokloi *.! i of 9iqo and the Secretary of the I Ii sit especially the ladle, Tuesday night. April 19. and I Though their report was a sickening I I,t ever before' be. u accorded to the State,
are requested
State candidate
; April Njon.) Private advtoea i Na ry a like amount a* the nucleus of I and invited {to be present I Ij April SO. I Wednesday night, j' blow to the'prisoner. They bad found aggregating over I four million dollars

confirm t! M reported naming IIft.GOO a i and for'th4 relief of the dependent I' him guilty of grand larceny. or more than 17 for ever, Inhabitant.
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Russian troops" oa the right bank use t of kin of the enlisted men. who :j- -- -- Aa angry buzz started among the I t s..bed tiled u 'jtollovs: ,

of the: Tain river, with' the object of Io8k': their live IB the disaster on tilt;' BOER HEROES INDIGNANT.KrngF..dorp i ij I TOBACCQ ADVANCES. prisoner's friend and then' before the i}t Indian War Cllm . .. .$1,100,009River

eppcslag Japaaeae invasion of 1 iManeharia. Mlaaourt .I ;;- KV. judge could paaa the sentence recommended and harbors. . .. 2.3o0n1iPublic
Louls'lllhl,
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South \fnea.
April 1C. April 18 -Within I
1 |he President accompanied his check i, It, the jury, the bold bad robber j buiidfngi . .. . linonrloUghthoeee. _
General Botha has been requested bythe the lad three ..$feks all grades of bur-
Although It JU maknowa when the foci $100, with the following letter to toLacco made a break for liberty' and I* ., naval stations
8ei Transvaal Farmers Association to I lej have advanced fro} $i to . . . .
army win begla crossing tbe:Yala river iretary Moody: : now at large. etc 190.**)
cable tile director $10 hundred
of the St. Louis per pounds. Is
tt H still believed I thtt whew they are Mar I Mt' through you this con- Bt4iey Exercise of this kind are of inestimable { Seminole War pensions (an-

ready the Roavian* win force) their tri! ution to bf used for the dependent the Worlds'proposed Fair asking Boer War them"buffoonery"juriag to prohibit and generally with used oat i la sale making of $2550 for one. advantage' educationally. Kvery- 1 null',. . . . . 100.000

> without aeriou km.KMPERPR I .klirfolk of the enlisted men who Date one who was fortunate enough' to be i
pantie ,
Oeltkmbera. pounds
Just! been killed on board the Missouri the es .. It would hundred the price i* higher prevent was benentted while those who Total.' . . . .$.,100,000BECAl"SEHe
be "an outran upon every true patri- than It has been since 1MT.
WM CALM.SeoeJ. Under the coadition. of modern war- took actual part la the proceedings :; baa labored unceasingly
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> April 11C.-' Th .Emperor r*> fan ta order efficiently to prepare tor CLAY INCAPABLE OF MAKING learned more about a ease at law than I! for the good of the State and IU

seined ta audience today thus member .,... risk mast be run similar la kindth0 SHIP YARD FOR MEXICO. I I WILL. they could gala from many I weeks' people.

.f the diplomatic corps The Emperor egh MX la!. degree to the risk ru study. BECAUSE-He baa faithfully guarded -

$pparsbtly has recovered from fee la Battle; mad these mea have died for Mexico City, April It-The Naval Richmond. Ky, April M.-Judge the Interests of all peraooi entitled

bock .saaed by UM bornlag' of his their countrya;; mack aa if UM ship : Construction Company of Mexico with Benton. In the circuit court here, has TO CARRY SUPPLIES.. ; to pemrtooi in Florida and other !Southern -

'palasa sad wa calm, making Inquiries aa| bees .ta acttoaj against the eaemy.'E .- a ,.ad- capital of $1.000.000 baa been thrown out on peremptory Instruction I I State i

a* to the health j fl the'member* of ... Prealdeat ha sent the following incorporated her*. Thtjl'lwldftlt"| of mental Incapacity} all the various San Francisco, April U.-,'Th<) steamship BECAfSE-He has completely led

UM legatioa. etc. :telegram to Rear Admiral Barker Major'Robert oOrnc:.. long a representative wills left by the; late Gen. Casatn Clay. Redondo, pwned I. this city, bat :, saceeasfnlly answered and refuted

Mamy Obreaaa believe thai the burning I Iii. inexpressibly grieved and of the C. P. Huntington Interested This leaves tII..rare property to been ebarter.d! by the. Kamchatka 1 j t ry :Jess, charge that hi* opponents,

of the palace h'' s1g lftcant Th shy iced at the terrible catastrophe. I .ta this' country. The company !!jhls natural heirs, and cut jjff Dora Commercial Company* carry suppliesfor have brought against Dim '

superstitions of UM populace I* excited deli ce to express to you and tie officer I It to receive a concession for a ship II !i Clay-Brock, w io.at one time(received one of Rnnla's Pacific: port Baron BECAt:8E-HIa brllllaat record M

sad depressed over;theBra., ,. they regarding := anl a ea;ruder y.u. my profound grief yard at rrontera, oa the Gulf of Mex considerable notoriety aa the {youthful Von Brnggle, of St. Petersburg' Florida' junior|Senator clearly shows

_It a. aa evil,omea. and eapaUlT.lf ." I too I wife of the aged statesman. will bare chart* of the}' Redonda I i-+--(-Coca-. -Uatled- :''on ronrth' -Pag-.-) -



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U&1'IJKAI.' !; DI1t1CTORTMTATE Abernetfay, J. C. King H. VLommua. W. I. METCALF.: CURES COUGHS Aim GOLDS.

OtI FICEk$. t Ashby R, J. E. SIMPLE BALLOT FOE THE PRIMARY. W. H. ROSSEAU. :
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ft.erets f1of uic.-H.]<' Crawford. Bro..T NV M.Biich. C. D. i I. I. HARDY. Mr*. c. Pete non. CIS Lake gt, To--
r omplnIirr Alonjo. C.t ....... j F iC McDonald, J.. A. JOHN
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TrruunrV kIMLaw.r..y4rrwf4 I MULUKIN.JOHN peka. Kansas, says: "Of All this court
-J. B. "hlll ld. Maynard. W. t..
Burdine; ,\V. M.
.wt..drut pi Ilium Ij.in 1.-11"1' Partial List of the Candidate:s i 0- HARP.W. remedies Ballard' Horehound j Syrup
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Es. ,mgto, E. T. )It>rrltt.|Z. T.BradT.I .
B. abate A. .
FILER.C.D.LEFFLER.
v.V,,,i .. l,T oj 4rr1' wHrII! E 31,1..1. J : L. Muller. G. I E. A. CRAY}"FORD. Is by favorite; It bas don and will

AdjUMJt-b'IK'r.M1 t.itlIMPPl It-J Utni C I:. Ku I .i.IMetemep'.M Bailey U. M. M 1.tMl.;.... H. 1 toAbe Voted For in.This C. O. CODR'JNGTON. do all that Is claimed for tt-to'sped-

P.M-Tie t.oirr->> .< uw 4nlet.: TY..urc ll.D' W. A. HOCKER. JR. W. J. SHONE. lr'nare all coughs and cold*-and It U
:) ., .t.d C4u.wdW... r .t Aetl Budge!! }I. C. Morse Fred 8. Gounty at the Primary j D. C. BROWN.
:I JOHN M. so sweet and pleasant :
BRYAN.
to the tute-
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.. Bl"OIIliler G. D. Moore, '
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> ui _U- AlhNuey-uet.er.4 1r 1n efln "d..at.of rab.w u tiui-li"u. JOHN A. HENDERSON. SULLIVAN Cross Pharmacy.
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$oar4tMC Ib+(IIUI- "' T. > .TBor Barh |F. W.
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Man "t N ''' Tit. Blackm n. E. V. Nelson. Edwin I E. ANDERSON.J.
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N W....t'.....td lviuDcr I- r f.Air.ru.4......... *r.-rrur: Chaille. 1"' '. H. Peck. R. J. : ---:- W. ADAMS. I For Best Meats and Choicest

'B.,1....IA i!.t Yard,,n3 I''J.r..rr.l'- Th ..urn... ...4...".,-t.. Cohen iCbeathajn.: Prout, W. W. 't Demo.1 GUY I. :.t METCALF. Poultry

of A.TM.uU.r.. Helate J. H. Patterson S. L.Farrlsh. I' Information of the J. N. WHITNER. I .:. GO TO .:.
Cue.al" ten of the county a ampliballot
j Conrad. J. A. Allan R. : JOHN Q SMITH.
fC1'l: \! } JV LICE.ll.t U printed below, containing I'I '
CURT C. H. Raulerson
.: .''rowianl.. J. G. Rhodes, R. W. G. P. HEALY. & Co's.
isLt.Sh. uartlal list of the candidate to be vedfor ; ,
'. Clack p. c. Rose. C. J ''A. C. BLOUNT. JR.
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M II. JUi''i. lI'* Ja"I"e4Loamdntec i ii Drake Gaston ReI1l,.. J. B.Rush. at the coming primary. I H. H. McCREARY.E. lotn.:
i E'C iHltfc"W"' o'M1at.pw There will be other names to add Street and A'V'e. D. .
"" ,C..,i 1d .b...:.r. I. ..1111=->..1 j Douglas, E. B. Dr. W. B. E. N. DIMICK. ..,
W J"tj""r' f! ; j Dora J. K. Rub>pb Edw.Railerson the time doe not expire until April)!1; H. W. LONG. E '.

;l. "!SAt".j ErwinV.. W. C. H. 21st In which! candidate may quallfjj They Carry a ,full Line ofFlorida

..... Humph Geo. j I and have their names put on the ballo I
w Jr,4er: lTki'UU-rm. J. 4.nv111. Enlpe. Dr. G. j' Fo Member National Committee
g. -teLhru a.Y.1.ur' 1 ,.J'r.LAtw.ta" Frisiwtl. G. C. Saffoni. U BSewelU j The I ballot when printed for use a:: and Western Meats..

i f.: "' : ,,," Flanagan R. S. E. O.axelby. I I, he'lection' will be more than twice a>I J. B. BROWSE

Fir InxrktU. 1'1'.a'."t I'.:''lite E.a&, Cu..t: I Fr ejJE'riclc. J. 8. J. G.Sulzner long a* this one a* here are to be rule I C. GIBDOXb W. They established the meat business here in April 18go.Wilson's .
F. POPE.
...... .> n I Itlt.i., "lui....... 1 .. I 1 between each name and blank line.I
-... 1I.rloo1-li.> ,. M. II"".'..... f a" J S. C. F. I
s P.. r ''T 1. I Gerfack' A. P. Smith. JuliusStoneman. I on w hich to write other names. --
I: markIng. Foi Judge of Cln-uit Court-Seventh.
&"ILk')1 ilerluXERS.Jer I i Glrtman, James F. B. Voter can begin practicing on I- "

toryh. C > It Su Iz..r. A. E.Shanthan. a cross mark (X) before the name*I Circuit -

H.B Burr.Krvxro'Utlfe, Kr Ui>
J. U M egau. Joprr.: !I S. JohnGarthllde. wish vote.I <
Sewell. to
L C 1Joi..... Mxli' ..... I kA.
H..dg...,...r. ,Aye .tr"'T5 ol the Burtni C. H. Seymour. R. H. ., f'0 States Attorney-Seventh Circuit :

t.IW.q.' +e. It ItQ I Graluling. J. C. S..... I.... J. P. 1 CECIL G. BUTT. Is now in operation and ready to roe

s.tuYNfeetuWEE. 1 I Gallatt, F. Shaw, H. B.GauJer. :r I'I'I I For United States\; Senatori JOHN C. JONES. celT order

Lek j' {H-:!). M\aL! i-i R. B. Taylor R. R. I WILKINSONWILLIAM ,CAr.t.: FOR ANYTHING IN

HrU& tyro 1>1i'Ull'f iE GrUb;. X U.Glrtman. Turnage J. L 8. JENNINGS. Fur State Sf'aator-lth:: District I WOOD NOVELTIES. {f

{ ..,.b.a..r".d' Dtt Coo.II....,. I W. H. Tatnm. B. B. I J. N. C. STOCKTON I M. 8. SAMS. Window and door screens, window

mkiu Hayie J. H. Tatnm. J. H. JAMES- TALJAFERRO. F. M. and dor frame, store flzturea. stair
I : &... ". Palm BVM.D.0I I HUDSON.
Hill L. E. | ., work inside
? trimming of all kind
I.; ) E C.1.n kEPRkdENTATIVL. I Hunker, J. G. Watson, C. H.Wborton I In i Congress-Second -
For Representative
; e For the Legislature R. S. WILSON
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r kn.b14 It. Fullocd. I Hill William, F. H.Heger DistrictJ. -
,' CongreMlonalj; GRAHAM W. KING. CONTRACTOR
I ADg lOL'STTAIlf O"IUIt8. : igton. M. F.WhIte. E. U E. ALEXANDER J k AND BUILDER.,

t.oo.J: .- K. Hrfttr. MiMni.Miuly I Heyser, A. E. Wall T. A. BENJAMIN SUTTON.For .
J. M. BARBS rL.a.
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< llmfMj-J T.IIG. -r L..l.F ; Aan.P.CIPICAy10ga.Are
e< Olrr.tl Coalt LcT4rt of IMf **- I I Halt; W. W. Whaler. H. T. FRANK CLARK. _
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t -mNeld.ln ier __._ 'r Hahn, F. W. Worley O. A. Clerk of Circuit CourtE. -
rohoek. Mluiu: CHARLES DOUGHERTY. C. DEARBORN.
L r.llM44tiTauTbo.1. >.>'. .n\ft.. r..we.e.rerl Hac ea. W. D. Wilson, J. LWoodworth. I w, p. WATSON>> ;
> I Iw.w I Homer, J. W. J. F. J. S. FREDERICK. You Going Build?
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M. th..Ia.L
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\ lee.weee....c..H. RMlrno*. Mi .uIMntyt j Jones. M. E. Wilson. R. 8.Kolb. I Z. T. MERRITT.

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;. i-i......*1'sf M Cuaty rttt. >Comm i a V1a-Jiww r.-4>..... 1. Tear*-! L. WHITE.For If so, or it you need building material of aD7: -
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b P. Clwket.
La.aIoattCIuuraan, Men Palm :
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.. Jupiter; a. K. BfDMwIa. ...If.. 'A DANDY roR BURNS. R. F. TAYLOR kind you should) not fail to see
'--.. wutm. ,; I!. A.rJvrkker': C._taw j I '
r.f nvATbors. C'.r. sad | SheriffJOHN I'I'J.

.ItCellU lIdltMr I Dr; Bergln. Elgin 111., write: .1 For Justice of Supreme Court, (voi- FROHOCK.J. h
CT r r OEVEXTHqiactiiT. a ABRAMS.
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f I It 1 hue L used BaTlard's': Snow LJnlmenl; I I for three):- JOHN R. ONEAL.J. A McDonald & Co.

'Eraj".I..I ..........-..at'I' ) I I always recommended: It to my friend, I j, R. 8. COCKRELL I M. WILLIAMS. i

;:- rr.itltklae-yliteri.Jiu..s i u I am confldent there U no better T. M. 8HACKLEFORD.J. .I .

cork P.ee.tt.01 twrt-C.. '.U-"C" ,Delrb.rrw.TIY1't. j j made. 'It I* a dandy for burns.' Those I a WHITFIELD. I II II i ,
_.< Court..m I For County Treasureij
CINal&
Pall T
-..dav..tter Foiink M. .-.r la (;.........,". who lire on f.fJIUI... especially liableto I I C. H. RAULERSON. Dealers Iu Lamb,. Latll. Skis=lea. Mo.1418", ea.181.. a :>wCet.eRR u... I
I,nut Trim..I *)nt I1cday aftrr Kours4.7lsA.fU. {/ many accldenta cut, bums, bruises For Gorernor- / Plaster, Hdr, Etc. ,
.. BEN H. DOSTER.
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which heal rapidly when Ballard'. I N. B. BROW ARUP Lards. see ones.At.ast D and Ilk !- rt
CPCSTIJ
DUSK CXJCBT. I| Snow LJnlrsent .Is j applied. It should C. M. BROWN i
Car tyj...lt- juieo E. BryKT:....1. I For1' Tax Collector -- : s
f-..<.:iln; > AltarxiT-J. 'T. -....M I IamI. { always be kept ,In jthe house for caw R. W. DAVIS.D. .
enter T.n. -FI,,", M....4ar La Jannw.in.r r). I I, W. E. NORTON.R .
FIr<< I. "!'I'lL of emergency. ;?5<-, SOc, f 1.00 bottle. j H. MATS. OWERS' MEAT
Tw i-Ftr* ]/I WT: la July. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy I B. McLENDON.W. : MARKET. r'
.' F.11 T.fi.--tr.t M_.) /.Dkd.e.. I G. DEBERRY.
dw Fcr Secretary of StateJ. --
i! aJUJ[ OFfCE.NA 4EafLLLB.LC7ul.b. CHARLES PEACOCK.
r. J. Ei!: BROOM. I Choice lines of Florida :
arrelreLw. I I I I T. N. GAUTIER. and Western Meats. Pork.
: t..lt.b/.1/ 'Ifegl trr. Frank A. Walpole has bought] the H. C. CRAWFORD. I I. Sausage Hams, etc. !
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CHI 'a:. pl.ECTOIlt' I plant and good will of the Manatee : .. B. F. KIRK.
For County Assessor of Tax..- ::1011 AIEUE: : 11, .
'. moT..o.reetI I ysI.C sc.. Tta tnrtYO Record published at :Manatee! which MIA1L FLOMIDA.
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J R..rbl.w. ..., _I.ar .. I I ..r..... I GEO. O. BUTLER
Buds.y Rr \ arinrk.PMMS pspt/a D"Ib''E
s .ta.' PrmTr .rrtlD.. T il. The |haler| ..as founded by Starke S. W. H. ELLIS,
wed.e.dav see "" L. XIMANIES.For
r iK'ere.eAU ax'n a.eastrir Marsh a little over a year ago. Mr. i A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAM3. FREDK.; S. MORSE

!If rr -.ti ."T iM... evu >onn>.. luvtrr Ott I' a'iiule will|/|,I take charge of the paper ,
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1. wr C..d sib -rranv meetlaa w'edau,. Prosecuting AttorneyH. -
lays 2:. P a.. lUoIot.y t.bn6 .t 'iii a. .... {li.t{ once &:.Jd mill make many Improve- For Comptroller .

'1t. Pre.rhl.w. p.ebtmg aln.lft.rut:;.*..gp U ..aeea?C..r.rre.< H ii .'III'''',.:'.''.,Pta. :;Imenta Some times ago, It was announced I'-I A. C I. CROOM. ..I JAMES F. ATKINSON.-T. SANDERS.:' REAL ESTATE

1 i I ,'- that Mr. Wai pole would take f I II '
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ROBT. R TAYLOR
f ". "ar"'K. G..., LTe.m. C mi.J. nns. charge of the BartoW Cracker but he For State Treasurer
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mr.w-Prr.eme.pett.rl.wk lw. !uiHt '.
..!r: MIsle s \ .....: rtnrhlM. st 1""*" p m. for
County Judge -
.tpwewtk kiwca. 4 '1 *. m. J>inb">r Epwurtlp. attractive and will get: back Into ,I : Offices up stair Cor. Ave. C and 12 tb St.
lraaue.xla' '" jrrtrrt wrttM r4ur d A. E. HEYSER.
i t .._,alau'*;'odelf. AU care mHrom*. his old territorytr.. Walpole conducted For State Superintendent of Public In-
L. jk. MT... ni.uirTsniWrxrac I H. B. SAUNTERS Jr. Miami. Dade
Co.
: the Palmetto!News for many | traction Florida.
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'ftrrrl-Mjralu PYa..... M vehirk. ..ulxUNtooI > tears and later embarked (In Tampa : : W. H. HOLLOW A T,
/ w.. M E-.m. Ptsrerl t': 11*.!**. + Lhe SHEATS. For Justice of the Peace-Tenth District
W. N.
... Journalism as one of publishers of
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!u... ... 7 M'4> CneMr' emnr ra -
"Meadsys, MI, nthf f F/r t roll third 1It..I.! ,.s1LKile Kaleidoscopic )(.rald. He then
RlTer ..>d "rtr-md ..n pest Irr.r.s!'s Jot"t"" S f'k. FrLkK*., >fwr set; to cmoMillii.| At}.., but being de- For Cutnmlfisloner' of ArycultureI!! I J ,'. GRAMUNG.For LARGEST STOCK.

t p.aeyt.tsAw. bill ..nrH sad Arebu.4 *. ,...1..1 in the ne'ipsper| prospect B. E. McLIN. ,
ia.{....'....Ase. mfmliit;sill 1>'rlork I
r. fiery........fyJnmf, sl 7-j\ T i iI. i there, returned to ampa. He will Constable I
[I. M. Yaws P.WMr. make a success in bl*new fieId.TampaTribune. For Aallroad Commlmlorer t 'fancy GiwtrK! FRUITS.
r' > G. S. CHANDLER:' I
CSWITMt ...u".. 'on '' .,_ jar "hirer; B. L. MORGAN.
p ..** bnlee ]Ste.' .IHtlta PI I f VEGETABLES
Vtiny I Hay w: an!: ftrli -.IDI! Fertilizers.FREs
''t .tJ.t.M.: 'op r errNnndlty.i : I : ,
i ; \n.UU BOARD dF TRADE. i iI it CLEIN For Adjutant-General Fret Supervisor of RegistrationJ. -
n MAKES A SWEEP. _. BfRTESHAW.
t I I i J J. C. R. FOSTER. Yachting Trade a Specialty
'! PtwIdenk, kvilllara M., Brown. ALLEN THOMAS.Fur M. W. GOODE.

r ;, First ( T. '\'. 'I i ir Th..,.'* nothing ute doing a thingthoroughly.

..-.... .. J. E.'J..a Of all the Salves I Ih..ard I For PublicInstruction E. L. -f;
County
.....i.1- I : : you nor I! State Chemist Superintendent of / Brady O.

Ttfot... tum- ) ,, of. Bat-kirn's [Arnica SalT i* R. E. ROSE. I I j I.I I.

I lIoo1'i'i..r' ffior4rnorW.| ] )I. Dr.... the best It sweeps|j away and .cures : R. E. HALL.I 1 .

I {if V >fr>or ,[j. fe. Lumntus. A. E1 ..yI. 4 burns sores, bruise, cats, bolls, nl- : i I I JAMES C. HARRIS. I Ii G: :ROC RB.TOYlO .
For President! Electors
I. |t.1'1 B p. IbY, F. W.-Hahs. W. Wrf. .Seers skin: eruptions, and pile*. It* I ;| E. R KING. :: : :..&114
II. B. BAILEY.T. I
,Pt_.. John F wpUtt..ltll' :
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: COMMITTEES..' I I only :5c. and guaranteed to tire sat A. JEX XGS' Ccrl: .. a.-ve. ID nad. Twelfth St.

isfaction. By all druggists.dW For County Commissioner First i
LAW V R : ratterson. 8i 1aEr 1 : J. B. C. OOXCE
I tnour. Kw H i 1 District(
A. B. NEV TON.
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| .rlejr <<.A. F. C. AICHER.
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''BRI GES-Bnli B. )I.: Bmckuiwr Fr B. STOX UX.I .
kr J. Tj; SI lira. ofj1 LJkciXMwe. ...tth>> his I M. R. JOHNS. i I .
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a S. I two |urns. lorriii alyd Belsinger. sass In .: For Pell-Kates at Lerge, National Convention I!' -f'b F. %W. HAHN

t flEA' .Til AXt l tlAlrt'ART .etj. the Mt>. j< steniayj j Mr. Stoke to jusf I For .County Commissioner-Second

!JBI. Jr.. Prout. V.: W.; E>o*. UU.lum ties fit th.trwt. peace the ;JjiCrokw dls- Dt trl"I' i I ,

IJ.,.....; RS.P"AXD, Jt HARD:. 8 : Klnn.R H .rthPldd.URIVF M<. mates hit Deputy: Sheriff T W., J.J.APPLEYARD.HILLMAN 1 GEO \\'. L\I\HART. ?./ Asehitsct and :Sunder

has 1.; Rumpn.' EJtsrd C.; rnnLI J W. 34-(' nn sn.l.him,. ""' f tracked therohliers' CLAUDE L'ENGLE. E. H. DIMICK.for I I now have In my employ one of tit.4.

... ..... j 'Iw y- best draftsman In the (South and ) -
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( IJ : .n. 1JIJ 'd I o bruk* Into the cafe of H A. P. J ORDA>. am

[ RAil ROAtttE. IA.D FR j HTS-o-, C. Parker! it LaCroKX. Thursday night; County 'omml..lonf'rThird __ better prepared than ever for fttna ll.
ready.. Ul 1 Ler. C. D.: ..........u.. JOHN BEARD, :
Ntlal..t- ing plans and detail for
build-
E ; -. wlii W.... I\V. McDonald, 1A as f.r.,1 l Ciy. buM owing to therain T. E. RYAN, good

r;' 't'HA: 1 TIKfBylst m.. E. T'F P"1 T.1 1H .t.f' they were compnlleil' to abandonthe W. J. RYAN.I I !IR. E. MrDOXALD. ings fine cabinet work etc

I! .-'Pourlns. t.; B : O"ytfcr.JT' chafe| He states'that' there were
N' .: xitiAOR s.....'C. I, i.' tv.f I 'I two ru1.brIfi.' and th.t'tbfy' wore a No I, CLEOX A STEPHEXS. ..work scroll sawing and all work aa.11r .
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LTtBI.kma} believe For County Commissioner( Fouru ually done la first class alii
K or No. 9 vhoe. He they were .h a plaalag
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f'' M_. F 1T.t" ... J. H.lo1rrN' 1 1 r t
M : r>tn. J. !'. i i whitp nw4!. for no negro would hare For Delegates National Convention '! TstrietJOHN 2 Send me your order for door ar an*

PUp IC BIHLD1NOS- I j W.: the bervelor| the nenne to accomplUb I EE'C'Ond: Congressional" District SEWELL.A. } ;r window frames, banu.un.'te. brac ;

'" Bud**. H.. 1,1: RoiUr. t- B.;'f r'.!..11. what WM acrompilsheq by tb..m'-I i D.I| U f'AIWEN. LEE ALLEN. O and be convinced.MIAvi.. '
*' .I./ H. T. Galoest911e -
L -TACprfRES-.rrls.el.: Glee. c.: :;UD. ) D. N. BXXCHELOR. I i. n
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>IOAT* r. ,..1 {Conradj I J. A; :Rhodes.. R. i I T. IS. ADERFOX.I:\ I For County Commissioner Fifth

Ir w; n4 lilY J. IB- BALLARb'S, HOREHOtND SYRUP. j. K. T. IBOWDEN. I Ji.tnct- : ,
r. irJlrt ATP *AL+Beedlae. I IHail. w. M.; I I T TImeediatrly I : 8 A. BELCHERE. f
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La9wl A i U; Sai* b", J1 0.; Smith' relieves h iane, croupy For Member at Large State Committee TWEEDELL.. J. A. Bobbin & Co.

;Julies.: Kolkl: A. JJ' al I i rough. oppressed rattling, rasping -

IMkt'ldRATIOK. -B .
Mxnaj .. a.I !Tatnm. j J. R. pora. 1 K..5 '
Stearns. druggist. ShQn. rc. WIs.aritj i R. B. CARNETT. tlon- Harness: and Carr1nso
J. WH. / j i '
EXTtcRTAIKNENT.JUoltdea., R. ; w.: ,t *. May :0. 1901: i f"I bare been W. W. FARMER ELI SIMS. :

1 I, ..-.. c.; GaOl.......*. C, H. ; R-Uly. i i, wiling Ballaid' Horebonnd Syrup for GEO. L. BAHL.B. Depository: ""

.: ..... Johsv: !I two ears and have never had a prep N. MATHES.D. For County Member State Committee i is
I "ADTarn.DC a-T!>(his a. B.:; seer Quality rciiembered long jafter 'pri' e s
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are Mi that ha given better satlsfartkm C. FLETCHER. E. N. DIMICK.
i r.B 3 Brto a B. T.; Blaekaaa. I
B. (.: HM1MttatOaL t[. F. ; {t tone | I notice that when I sell a bottle N. BUTCH.. F. B, STONEMAN. forgotten.: I J 1 i

tmfl. Bat ot ....... .mmt> rtmta < Ute,| eon* back for BMn. leu'"" K. B. RACLERSON. clmmlttHm.- 1

:. t+ r/tm J1 art M >follow f "wtV rteommead It.k., We. $Leo. W. M. MILTON. JR. For county Quality Makes the Bargain.
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AMX;w. X. JMkM. JJM, Jr. Wd by Red Croat Pharmacy. i J. LAMAR GEORGE!: W. PARKS.

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I a certificate of exemption for: the two date for Ute offlc .< Clark of the Circuit I INSPECTORS APPOI.- I
court subject to the action of the
year :
OFFICIAL CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION
I Democratic party. Primary election May
-4 | ;PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES.I W, 1104. Marlon Frentn. of Iowa, Buys Tbrv

TOe professionsATTORNEYS ; i i I order to be qualified to vote at the d J. S. FREDERICK. Business Block

Rules! aid Regulations' t-; Govern the Primary to be Held May primary election on May 10th or June j
7. 1904. poll taxes fob 1902 and 1903 I FOR TAX COI.LECTOR. The meeting was called tb order ky

i 10th and June 7th 1904 in Dade County. must be paid oa or before S o'clock P. t hereby jannonnee myself a eudl'I Chairman Filer I. the city hall. Miami. 1

I M. Friday. April 29. llN (tea day be- 'I| date for the once of tax collector of Flaw at US p. m.. May 11, 1JIf. '1

Psrttsstetta de Erwsa.te toni the first primary election). |t Dad County subject to the action of The following member were prmeat -1

A meeting of the County Democratic I law; and shall at one forward the the coming Democratic primary. I. person or by proxy: ......... I...*. l 1

AT LAW. cauYelOolDmlttH! tor Dad county,, !: return to the Chairman of the County ,NOTICE OP-REGISTRATION.Notice I Idw i T_ N. GAUTIER. !Joae Potter. Lymaa King. Bejfl. j jI

Florida was held at Miami Florida,I Executive Committee. I Filer Buruahaw. and Klrkman.

_ -RU1.*...... all asrt..uw-'-'....*sad verteottat red.ral oa the lIb day of April A. D. 1)04, I i I Th assessment to be paid by the U hereby given that the Registration FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. Upon motion Mr. Bull was 'elected :1

ep./alfsslntiesfer.si I pursuant io various candidate shall be a* follow: Books of Dade County, for I
.... Ttttes.r I adjournment.The I hereby respectfully announce myself acting secretary. I

aaoxvr. Miam Flap I following amended call for a, Representative ....... ........ $1S 00 the primary election to be held May 10. as a candidate for the offlc of The minutes of the last m..ual1l'.e I i

I I primary e ectlon was adopted, *-1I'lt: Senator ...f........ .......... 15 00, 1904. win be opened In the several State's Attorney I lof the Seventh Judicial read and approved. ,' 1.

T. SIAGGS. K. IJ Notice f. hereby given that then Sheriff ... ................ 31 00, election district of Dad county FlorIdaJ Circuit subject: to the vote of The call for primary was amended

mat be i_ Democratic Primary Eelee- Clerk of the Circuit Court..... SO 00 on the 29th day of March A. D. th* Democratic primaiy.dw | U follows: .

Owes I.wkhcontrive ...Cm.. Phirs.ey I Uoq held 1' the several election dis- Tax Assessor .................. 2000 1904 and will be closed on the 2th CECIL O. BUTT. I See official call on third page. ..

.....;....18 C .hies I: l 1 I trtcU of I ade county. Florida on May I Tax Collector ................. 1.0,1 i day of April A. D. 1904. ; A motion was made. by )It. Kirkma

tFLORID j 110th. I and If necessary oa June County; Treasurer ............. 20 00 ThJ following person are hereby FpR COUNTY SCHOOL aUPER.nrrEN to nominate county commissioners :

KUKI. : : I I I IDJ.l. i _-__, 1904>> for the nomination of all County Judge .... ........,..... is 00 'appointed .I.".'., i-.!rir.tton 1!(, r&I'.r I J I OENT.I : and members of the school board by I 11

JAC1SOR n. I Democrat! candidates State and county County Attorney .... .......... 10 00 tine save K. Superintendent. .
ef Public Instruction
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to be oted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction I'Ute of C to 3. ;
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f of| Dade County, Subject to the will of I .
;omc: J I electors a the General Election to be ..... ....... .... 5 00 Number One.-Stuart-W. 0. Park tile voters as nay lie expressed at Ute A communication from a meeting of f

HOTEL BISCAYNI BLOCK.AVK.D. held Nove ber 8th. 1904.>> and to be ap- County Commissioner .... ..... 500,: Number Two Jupiter-R. E. L. Me- approachlnc DemoertUe primary lectloo.B.
I i pointed b; the Democratic Governor Supervisor/ of Registration.... I 00 t i I Farland. J:. KALU wan read and discussed by various candidates i

MIAUL | FLOBIDA.QR I Of. the Sta e between the date of bold- MemberS of County School B'rd. 1 00 I Number Three West: Palm BeachE. dt'"' Miami Fla. I, before the committee.: Finally,

in* such p Imary election and the hold- H. Dimlck. I Ii the following inspectors, clerks. and
Justices of, the Peace..... ..... 100 : : FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
W. B. RU H, Ing of the primary election A. D. 1906, Constable ..................... 1 00 i Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) t hereby announce myself as a '.polling places were decided upon for
and of a Democratic candidate for the following precincts.No. .
Offlc BS-ltth street, 'Phone i County FUh and Game Warden 1 00 Cullen Pence. CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR ofDada I
h btreetj! nd AvMIAMI mat (;11.1 ted St tea Senator to be voted for Inspectors.. Geo. McPherson
Residence All candidate are required to file a Number Five DeIrt.-fI. J. Sterling. County to
subject the action
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'nODe 71-CR. f by the De locratlc members of the Legislature Ernest Sty Dl&ll. J. M. Ennls; clerg.
LA. written application to have his name Number Six, Pompanq Cavender. i the Democratic .
olj the State o fFlorMa, at Its primary.d H. W. Hewiey; polling place store of 1
appear { upon the official ballot, on Number Seven Fort Landerdale-W. C. L. XIMANIES.
session In I A. D. 1905.Tbe MlM Walter Kltchlng.
r. w. BACKUS blank' furnished by the Committee )MarshaL I
; folli 'wing officers are to be nom No.la.peclora.. E. Edwards J. 8. iI.Jar
das,8peeifiatlosS 4'' accompanied with the fee above set Number Eight OJus -J. W. Ives.
inated at laid primary election, to-wlt: I I FOR STATE SENATOR. Henry Brooker; clerk. E. C. Miller J
tola sad tletalUMsde forth with! S. L. Patterson Secretaryof Number Nine. Lemon City-Warren 1 I
1 United[ States Senator. ',I t hereby announce myself as a CaDdlI ; polling place school bouae.. ,
-" AI Ki.d., FineResidenee the Democratic
BilMinn of County Executive MitchelL
-r Speeiilty.OrricE 1 Representative In Congress Second: (I date for State Senator fr... the Thin No. Inspectors, H. L. Hillier. L.
a Committee, on or before the 21st day Number Ten. Miami<:. D Leffler. '
KTESOE D. I Congressional District I i, teectA Senatorial DUtrict of 'F1or\da. W. Burkhardt N. H. Blltrh; clerk J.
1315 of April; A. D. 1904. Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove
< I Justice i>t the Supreme Court for the This subject to the will of the Democratic W. Comstork; polling place club ;

full term of six: >-.n. April 11th. 1904.W. A. T. Carter. i party to be expressed at the primary house. e

DLJ. s csaraa t 1 Justice*! of the Supreme Court Attest: Chairman.A. Filer. Number Twelve' Cutler-D.CBrowa. j election May 10. 104. No. Insiiecton.. W. H. Cox, C. A.

Number Thirteen. Silver Palm-C. i F. M Mall. Jens Daughtry; clerk Cullen
1 Governor. HUDSON.
DENTIST j jOat. 1' Secretary of State. George P. Bull.Secretary. tern. W. Hill. ,J I Total. Fla. Pence; polling place, school '011_

..a nixes..1141.-- .user II AttorDerGeDeraI.I pro Number Fourteen Der eld-l. W. No. Inspectors, J. E. Chamber,
1 -
ATM D aid eth* ,- QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS.
Sullivan i L B. Taylor T. M. McRae; clerk ft
MLUCL : n. IBDA. Comptroller. First Primary-Tuesday. May 10. FOR PROSECUTlNG'AT1'ORNEY.
This March 12. 104- P. Hodge; polling place school bouse.
1 Treasurer.
1904. I hereby announce myself as ; candidate "
I A. T. CARTER.Supervtoor No. C-Inspector Z. Jso.
Cavender.
g
1 Superintended of Public lastracUon. for the omce of
Seeker Second Primary-Tuesday, Jun 7. Prosecuting Attorney
Home Rtglstratloa. Dad Col. na.i Umstead. R. F. Saxon; clerk W. B.
1904. for Dad county, subject to theallPl'OKblac
- Attention. ; 1 Commissioner of Agriculture I i Democratic primary elec camels; polling place. Hardee'a &oR. ;
UlDer&lj| Kiaction-Tuesday NovemberS No. 7.-Inspector R. A.
Bryan W.
find it to interest .
;You will your 1 Railroad C-O"laalQIIeI' r Uoa. H. F. ATKINSON.
to call on me before averting. 1 Adjutant-General. 1904.Th Ms aII I. Flax ', L. Brackwell. D. O'Neal; clerk. hank

Famished house aad room to registration book tor the primary I CANDIDATES FOR OFFI E.I Stranahaa; polling place,'Straaahaa's
1 State Chemist.: '
rent Real bargains in i teal estate. election will be opened la each e new haIL
Insa ce. taxes, 1 Judge of the Omit Court. Seventh FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. .
city:and country. eUctionj) district la this county oa U No. 1.-Inspectors.' H. .Padgett J. ..
I Aaao.se.aosb win be Inserted the
attended to. Judicial Circuit
etc:.. -
collection March 29. 1904. and win lie kept opea Den} sad weekly Metropolis for Un dollars Nan J. W. Ivea; clerk R. Cothro;
have a special license authonxinj 1 State Attorney. .....th Judicial I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
all kinds fegal transfer every ..,. Sunday er sptnd. antil UM2Cth or tm dtlMr edition for ... d IIuI. polling place school house.
flue to prepare Circuit. Candidates for ComnilMtomr for Justice of the Peace In District -
of real estate Low fees.Prompt day of April. !904. at which Urn County No. Inspectors.. J. 8. Pardue. A.W.
1 Prosecuting Attorney. and _ben of the school board will lie No. 10, and respectfully ask the
I they wul be cloced. I I Cromartle. J. S. Peters; clerk, J. B. .
attention.C. State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial eba..baIf thao amounts. of the la .
C. CARROLL.Notify 1 support voters said district Pendleton
The :registration book will not be No I aaaouncoiiienl InMrted until paid ; polling place, school house .
Public.. District d. William S. HilLI No Inspectors... L. A. J.
reopened for the second primary election. for. Osborn.
MS ATE. D. ffEA* 8ECOK jr.Z" 1- 1 Member of the House of Repreeea- I = M. Burdine. Frank Jaudoa: clerk M. R.
.J j
J tatives. /IrOK COUNTY TREASURERs hereby announce myself: a candidate Kellum; polling place, shy ball
All persons
Reliableoe.d.ate 1 County Judge. I may register who are I i for re-election as Justice of the No. 11-Inspectors. Jackson Peacock

C7 i Oitcl4.r 1 Sheriff. citizens, whether they have paid their To tb* Democratic Voters of Dad County. Peace: in this tbe lOthf district. As I John !, )
l McKinsie. J. W. Galloway
poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote {Florida: ;
W.C- MAYNAIW.a. 1 Clerk of the Court. am now serving in this capacity I I
Circuit unless ':their poll taxes which be j I hereby anLonno myself a randtd. ..t* '[I clerk. Fletcher Albury; polling plate i1I
. ...p heat t.red-Ddee i 1 County Assessor of Taxes. may for r- wtlon. to tile offlo of Treasure mould appreciate an endorsement ID' Old Hardee houitae. '!

* lasses lennUlj Fitted: 1 Tax Collector. I legally' due are paid as provided bylaw. j"I of Dad Countr. nortda. sublet to the accordance withithe Democratic principles I No. J-ID'pel"toraW.I i A. Cooper JGeo. I j

, linaocUeweIerjIeGEO. 1 1 County Superintendent of Public 111.- will Pf majority of th. Democrat of returning *jr a second term I Stlnehouser W. J. Dougherty: II. .
Iil POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. .voter as win b* zprMd fat the Democratic incumbent who has I .
an
traction satikfactorilyfilled clerk I
Geo. W. Moodier
; polling place
101 .
primary Mar 10.
I Payment of poll taxes for 1902 and the 'l ,
, 1 Surveyor. I C. H. RACT RBON, office Brown A: Moodie's 1I'.... OUt!.. / 1V I :
McD6NALD 1903 Is a prerequisite to voting at all d John C. .1 I
[ I Gramllng.I .
; 1 County Treasurer. dw Miami Fla. No. lJ-l-Inspeetors.| Henry Gonmin, '
elections this I I
(ttrDEioliMCOCOAXJUT: I County Commissioners. EXEMPTIONS.year. I I.I I I FOR- STATE SENATE.I Ernest Mall. Will Anderson; clefk. C .::

sad ai.bditldi.g Lasda a ........1tY a Members of the County Board of I II:. RETIER.I hereby !i I W. Hill; polling place schooMfouse. ac
a.rrsl'is announce canddacy for
( The following condition my
GROVE. FLA. Public Instruction. exempt I Candidate for i 1 I No. J4.-Inspectors. J. W/SaXOD. W.

t 1 Justice of the Peace In and for Districts person from the payment of capitation I dw i. County Judge i I ttte S4;: ator from the ThirteenthSenatorial ': E. Blanton. W. H. Slstpnnk. clerk. J.
P'Mrict of Florida, subject I
No 1 k 4 1 6 ( or poll taxes: I, C. Holly, polling! plan arbool house a' .
I. 7. t.
: FOR COUNTY to the will\ of the Democrats of Brevard
First one I COMMISSIONERS. i it I I
who ha
Any
lost
J. A. PANNIT / I 10 11. 12 and b.I a limb It was moved all carried tbat name.of 1
.
J In battle.8ecandAny Tbe many friends and supporter of i, and Daderountfes to be expressed at
1 Constable In and for District No. : candidates fo members of the county 11
Mhurl j a111r tinwr: I the present members of the Board of I| the primary election May 10th. 1904. I III |I
5.d.. .. "'I '.... L 2, 2. 4, 5, 4., 7. E. t, 10, 1L 12 one who was 55 lean County Commissioners for Dade M Seabrook 5ams. i. executive/committee; be placed oa -t
of oa or before December II the ff'CUI ballot.
ag 3L 190L
and II.
-.t. i jM | county have prevailed upon them to Courtenay Brevard Co, Fla. S
,11III10 .4 I Presidential Electors. Third-Any op* becoming of ace (21 It wsX'also moved and carried that .

d ...... 4 Delegates at Large to National Convention year old) on ol> after January 1. 1903. stand for re-election and hereby present FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. ,. candidates for game warden be placed 1"
I their names, as follows: F. C.Aieher .
Fourth-Any one who had become a o /the regular ballot and the candidates !

George W. Lalnbart,. R. E I am a candidate for the I for Raid of fee. be aMr.
tAR t District Delegates. resident of W1 State, and county nor position of. a.-u>seed $1 M.
rmmIioNYAlU ;;
)fcllonal !. John Sewell 1
< and
Members after January 1. 1903. A. d"'jMp to the National Dcmocrrlc I Johns, of Precinct[ No 1 handed
of Committee.
1} at Large State ,
"...... FuwARE .... IBel!< her to tht voters U the Demo- (',, -.,'
C..us 0eWaI If properly registered of the ntion .t St Lnuls }Io., fi c- In his resignation' : as a member of the :;
sny } cra'l primarylof( May 10, 1904.>> .... .
u Lu.i>.e..io..aJ DUlrirt l am per committee and the xatne, wa accepted :j
.
1 County Member of State Committee. above can vote at all elections State '
GOING 'I : I I to refer to the entire Demorrary A motion wa made and carried that , YOUNorth 1 Member National Committee.i and county, held this year without
TO* S :lUFF. mittj..... .Jut) reba Ie my stand- Inspectors and clerks be paid 12 0>t .per
Supervisor of Registration. paying any poll or capitation tax.
or West ? i I i a Democrat, wfd If I am fort day.
1 County Fish and Game Warden PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. t j
ti
I To UM Democratic votars of Dad Coua- tun. though to/ ave your aid In I The next meeting off the commute

I t, Member of Dad County Democratic Persons under the following conditions Ty. Florida: j i |1 Dade county a /the election I shall : wan called for April II, '*4. I

.10nisYiIleT&EN'aShYU:8 EI : : Executive Committee in and for will be liable for one I poll tax I hereby. a"4JlI<* myself a candidate t t great appreciate It. and can assure There. being no further hnt-ineH. j. '

Precinct N 3" J 2.8,4.8,1.7,8 only for 1902 or 1903. as the ;! for r-lrtk. tp tile once of Sheriff tt I
I case may t you Orarexe-eoanty Democrats mill sl+o I motion wa made and famed to ad- :
i Dad. Florida I
I subject to the
Countr. [
,
'.. -Railroad----- -- : 1,10.11.1%. 13: and 14. I be: I II !1 will of the majority of tile Democrat appreh\ It. ,i, JfMlrn I
,
Otter ..excelled p..eng..r sera Ice.llodera 'I The ruled governing said primary I Any one who became 55 year old I 1, voter aa will be .xpe. ed In tile Deea1 Very truly yours, I; GEO P R I'1.I.

trains eurrrlng Pullman tlectkm': shall be the same as those during: 1902 will be required to pay II ocratlc primary {to be hold May la UM. A i D. N Barbelor ,i Secret Pro Tern

sleepers p-o-dat. eoacbe. free r""-. idopted;, by the Democratic Executive / for account of poll tax for that year. dw JOHN .. Park Fla.EALTH I II

eUnlac chair ears, and dining ears Committee, at tbelr meeting held In Any one who may become of age (21 II I- FROf.HOCK. I I II I TO A HAR J ROAD

between aorthera and southern cities.Th Jacksonville. Ion January!' %:d. 1904. torco..nlDI' yean old) at any time during 1902 I I hereby announce I I IS YOUTH. nllLD- .i.

heel dinln/t ear serf ice .in the State primaries; so far a* I will be required to pay $1 for poll tax I dldate for Sheriff of Diocate" ind Sickness Bring Old Age !I A I. 011 f. It tit build II :

IIo L the I same will' be applicable to the for the year 1903. I Florida at the next Democratic primary -- hard road frt this pity JO .

.tJ1 Agents Sall Through Tickets via +Bounty pfllm.,.,. Those\ and only those I and ask: for th /votes of my Herblnp taken every morning before surface+
Any one becoming a resident of this break f...< will I the f'of'Orgt line ID tll directim of
shallj permitted j keep you in robust
'L. & N. persons be to become fellow Democrats an those who will
: I' State and county during 1902 will be Tbom..II1. The
health
lit you to ward off disease. m y..m"Dt was
candidates! before, or vote at or participate 'be qualified to beeoue voter at that It I

For rate, schedules, and sleeping earresemtlons In themanagement of wet primary liable for the poll tax for 1993. i primary. I promise, if elected to faithfully cures rOI1>ltlpatlOD. btlllou........ djpepbia. *- 'at.nPd only a few days ago and Is being ..

apply to I election who declare their adherence WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. fever, skin and liver and kidney ,
pertol'll the many duties of this I .ntbu".tI.all r IY"'I .m all
J. M. Flemingj -. 'to I All male Inhabitant who are 21 complaints. It purifies the blood
the principles and organi responsible'office.. ,,1 j raemamr Aynot the I t year of age and were under 55 yearsof I ; and clears the complexion. Mrs. D. are none -
of Democratic
sation Na I
party
nri4at!* W. B* trjit.Jeekwanl I ( J. M. WILLIAMS, reiIdents. but
rla.J ass December 3L 190L I / W. Smith Whitney, Texas, write Apr. spend. the 101..1'1In. tbe'al'l..r
tional. State and county, who are by4be <- Palm Beach Fla. ( '
I, law of the State lawful' electors Any one becoming a resilient of this \/ FOR CLERK CJlRCtlT CO CRT. 3. 19ft:. "I have used Herblne. and End part of the cost. r.' bare .ubIK'rlb@d -

Or the election districts In [which they State and county prior to January L"r I hereby announce mywtf as a eaaedat it the beta medicine for constipation ;lIve hundred dt Ian each toward -

lOIEY5l1ONEYAlU'fAll Offer to vote who have paid their poll 190%. will be required to pay poll-tax for the oinc i of Clerk of the Circuit : and liver troubles. It will do ")! you Ihl' roa.t, and ODe of them rays

.n/Iq- .. -J..... 1 Court of Dade County subject tee clala for It. I can '
/breibllds..f taxes :legally due not lea than tea for 1902 and 1903. / ]i' l highly recommend that if flor. il needed rter the roa"'I.
th action or the Democratic lit."
f days before said primary election, and | If they become s resident after January ,I Idw ;' E. L. WHITE.primary. :I :SOc a bovtle. Sold by Red Cross'''' rom,4eted &II far as his place b.

60 VKAM* who shall when challenged by aa elector ,' 1. 190:. and before;/. January 1. January n. Ml Pharmacy. will go on the list for another sum.

UPJ.I&NCI: pledge In writing! ,upon oath be- 1903. they ylll|I be required pay poll -+-- j : -- It Ia DOW proposed to k UIII.tan.

tore any Inspector, to abide by and tax for 1903 oaly. / / I t take this vMthod t* Inform th* voter It may not be generally) known that from the county ....mm4..iODel"ll. aDd

Support the resin: of such primary, and Any one reaching their majority (21 I of Dade County that I wll be a eaa- the addition of a teanpiiin of choppnl after they have lfiY. all they feel

"upport the Dominie thereof. years) on or alter January 1. 190. will dhlat for reelection 1,to the office of Clerk I wet h. every pint of ,Ilk in a nee like they can. tbe Hat will be circulated

Th shall be and cloned of the Circuit Court,; subject to the action pudding not'only makes jit creamy. but all
i pods opened : be subject payment. of poll tax for among our rltlzenn and aa effort
at the several election districts at the / I I of the Democratic I prlmarlas. May >E aim really improve the flavor made to ratse
T... c MarasOoesssu 1903. promising U elected to perform the .* I enough to complete

LeA 'ours flxed by the general election law. |I I In art caej ,
s THOUGHTFUL:
A
aa.N.e.d e..w..wau Th following named person are hereby .I from payment of poll taxes, be must I put to Ute Wet of my abfttty. I wffl MAN Thomaavill people are aa anxious forth
..re.r w..e..r : ., (Pus..'.. ...."i. appointed Inspector and Clerk' for i be grateful to p oee wh will favor m* road as w
are. and will
....al.. r r..s.ba r+ .a Wa 1 secure of the supervisor of registration build
..._ I.-r-' .r with the r trot**, I
reed a..t.,kdSi I...- r.. the severs: election district: a certlflcat setting forth th*, fact that i dw I E. C. DEARBORN. I. )ly.: Austin, of Winchester, ands, )1)1t from the Georgia line or It we will
...
I I I build tbe
taL (See report, of committee meeting oa such voter I* exempt If the certificate knew what to do la the; hour of need ) road that far. What they
i I ,. want Is a hard surface road
that will
w/Nintifc' ? OratpageTh f } exempt the voter from payment of I I hereby announce myself a eandldaU I His wife had such aa unusual case of I accommodate
sie..aee.erk.k poll taxes for both (1902 and for the office of Clerk of the Circuit I. the autos oblllsts and
-.lass a.ea..w.w.T d M........se \: voting shall be by ballot oa I year ttomach and liver trouble, physicianscould bicyclists that come down there
1903). If properly registered he I Court for Dad County subject to the dur-
!j 'rirf fi''s: .::rrie '' f' ticket* rnished by the State ,and j thea vote upon presenting to th* can Inspectors approaching. Democratic primary election. not help her. He thought of ng the winter months. What we want

_. "" -r'I County 1 Sxeeutive Committee; and at I rack certificate of I md tried Dr. King's New Life pills Is such a road for the double PDrr--
exemption.If
dw Z. T. MERBITT.B .
; I II the close! Of such election the Inspector I the voter I* subject to only one Vina FU. and she got relief at once and !;Jwa* accommodating and th..,. same \M!opi./ .

sad perk than proceed to poll tax either for 1902 or 102. the !finally cured. Only Kc,: at all drng- also enable our people to brine
eu.1 I their products, to town.-Dally TaJlaII
Rld.sys Qsdtl.r RIpMk the vote accordance with Ui aIM rate will apply a* to securing I hereby anaouac mrs if a* a caadt- r!-ta --..


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ATUM.:
MARY R. ,
MIAMI METROPOLIS. January . .. : DO N'OT TAIL TO SEE t
l"ebruarv..t., i ;.
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OtMMtf. ever day.acopt- .a4aTLI *" I ----- April------- .'I' HItS WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE ;
t
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j'; ,' K HUM. f f4 Omf' nuJtr has been beard the runt wart.. -'s fate But to e". -ire ..1'>. :Mac . H In I

s i -i fc KIKUSOIO (E I theyI {of untold arony.; to Te-1 1 life ann June . . . . I. 3i !
'iin of flH' eolnjtF. a* unhoen ycari
i
-- / --+ July .j'. . . 113t..tu'gut 314..12; I
- Iltaapileh, Is s. It..Mr. I bore; strength slowly but surt-IJ- ebbing I -
N41 and one
, , .. '!'i ,.el l to the lIaay. to see the cruel darkness cmeoing
.
a- 41 he rostra e..t Yl.mi/IerIM >f its hritlitwt je crate .. 12 11)lctuber :
I ._ ..I.'j) Jnaniion* ilf eternal HgHt Once morehasi i on miai-e. Kbultlng out all the 'f' ... II siovrmtxr
-r-.o ou._ ..ime lo...flicm of life; with only i the whiteness I -- I
T. s i taxrs pspei p the :Master wandering through \ . . 4

I a.!,. .d ts.rnLw et is...n.its..a stater. ....I".I a' tae4r.4 j Hm urre..trial garden; plucked from pf the krarentone 'rleamlnpthrim 1J"ember Lid i I 11 h... ;

, deemed li the glnom! -to tee: and know
. -- .. amongst It* fairest flowers one I W. F. MILLER d CO.. ;

. >..:.fwl yW-r enrtlee.t.cr'.Irr11e.ieoa rr..n "" _........ worthy to bloom rl".e to His heart the c {hingi. and yet to have na'trht :i it .
. j. the exceeding bitter but sweetness and loving {frmpath VARIOUS REASONS I (Successors to F d.;. Ntttan.) .
. .. ..Oot And once again t
OD Tear 1 )tail. . + : 1
:
bereft and word) ---- -
? Biz oath . . . .. %. i0i rb..> gone up from pam ] and kindly thought < hefiil (Continued! from first Pa e.) j Undertakers' Embalmers }
t -..Ih." Is henwi'm greater Ihw that of :
and refusing to be comfortk -
Tb Mogt4. ; , , , 1.25 mourning t- I :
} Jean d'Arr; fortitude that niitht: he
.1. that hf is the rich man In the 4ti-
Reek fight 12th
1 on by Street. Phone 25.
Caries envied by the martyred iVcilU, .
It ia the old, old Morjr-the torjrhat ;.1.,... I i,

:Htt Vital Prints-hmpl ban a ruag,the human heart since And so we lay with revenjnt haniin HEC\tSE- ar .r..an"e with Fluri t
E fiat this tribute of grateful meniirr n '
Advertising rate mad kcomnI on the days w hen death darkened the .. Demotrafc; nrc< dents! in force fort I
f' I, I I appll'atioD.I j I iplrnilor of the ,new-born world fincejlh the breast of one in whose hart mere cr fifty years he 1:1 dearly entitledto I I I

I TELEPHONE, '1ROFFICE. I first man land woman mourned. was no guile Of one qhc |>fe wasbeautihil. a e<' njl (prm.IIECA. I 1I t tI t'I'

r. : METROPOU3 BULHNG. I I at>ore the bier of their second born. whose soul was pas: whose .'- RHe wax largely instrumental ,.- ...
The of hearts that bleed of life every thought was of other, whose ,
1124 Twelfth Street j jpppnnt story ;
11: : in Court HOUM. i it '! that In a tale-: soon told; of: death. every deed wax prompted by kindliness and II I r
!: , a hi'h l sure, and "cometh as a thief and love She nvnctifled sufficing' with :. !
r"aRM sal lien
of the Seminole Indian
t JP DISTANCLB.l.rro, In the nlcht." She lived and loved silence; and the commonplace routine WarsBKCMiE. {

I Peel P.- i' ,Key I'a. I".I-.nd tiled In thin story of )t life she consecrated I br un.elflehnesa. He I .-- I I
-- Eiioem.fully Insisted
i
T. i : ,..,. _ii, !1"1' [110and great nurrow what more remains Charity ever spoke through 'her lips; ,
upon the ,retention In the bill for a
I tie.'1 }tills ( to tell* always! modesty and UD&IIIIUm/DI/! devotion :
__ __ I.! ,
i permanent tennis bureau of the Item
..L. ...... : 'iN 1'1 .i. f And yet as ae'' rtaad by t'!s bier oltci mere her handmaiden*.-.. J
a._ i I fl I 1 'I rovi< ing for the collection! and publlstioi I
__ .. Iii I II' : l. sainted woman sleeping>> : the sleep And the paths that onee she trod I ,
.
1&17l of crop!
.. ee e. ktatistipsBFCA1
.y. : Seem like highways unto (;od.
I I that He rreth HIs beloved and with '
81OInYIa
,.... a.rue. "i'x m I 'SE-He a change lathe
l lw I. I 1 !I Now that she has laid down the cross : secured
l I- the kiss of eternal the brow
peace upon
11'....._ _...... t6e tM Cuban provision! tariff, rating
..(...r.tai I I that sever agalu will know the fiery to take up the crown, the love that I II BURDINE &
'- A.tuaNl..l ell cypress lumber the same as pine greatly -
fuss
.cr...... ..- UBI I't P I touch of pain-it seems I that here stronger than death-tbe love of m.D1'' I to the advantage of all Floridians
aped 'l.lu.d. : k 1 | rctctii one deserving of ban the won by the +neffable sweetness of her tY-
.,. .. 1M more engaged In that Industry. I I II II
; life-Is following her to her last restIng II
few word that epitomize the career i :
| brief BECAUSE-He has always ard QUARTERMAIM. I
APRIL .16. 1904., ; j ', of most of the chiMrtn of men. place amid the scenes of b..rdrl\ every'where given full and complete
Here was heroine such hood where even1 BOW the fair flowersof I
truly
a more I credit to his col'cagne of the Florida
'. Omer i( of (the most' pressing aeedd:; I ClaD many whose names blazon the ,. spring are bursting from the hillside. delegation for their share In all that I i
., fit symbol of a glorious resurrection I
the country right now .. a Rep.biir* ;, p&gc of history.\ ha been done for the State
I I I!I It la one thing to die In the fierce There are many who cannot '
e.-Preiddent. Rl'X'At'SE-fie I
''I I frenzy of the battle field, where marl forget how, often>> when the day ....1[ ban reciprocity the wrote word:Into "cattle.the CU- Fancy Dry Goods Notions. Beautiful and Artistic

r A eontemporer ;says "the Hearstcampaign I I tial music make the pulse throb fast dark and the way was wary they thereby reducing the tariff on Florida Neckwear also the largest dealers in
,
been In |da." I and flying banners and mighty cheers were rested and {lref..h" la the sunshine : animals Novelties
feu opened rO Intended for export to that Souvenir and
t- sympathy.- Sporting Goods Com
of her "to live In '
S- Be* pardo|. bat we thought It wM his I'urge on to the end as a gallant aadL bland thus greatly foeterlng that Important -
'\ -....fftI.j .- i I glorious consummation; It Is another I.I I. hearts we .leave /behind>> I I. not to die ', industry.BECACSEHe. of School Books. Polite and capable service.Burdine .
.....th'l.
then Indeed for !
death her but transtlon. -
to face
I long and patiently, and : voted" for the antitrust -MKINDE1
!- John Tftpte Oraw wants to Know I IWo day by day, through all the weary II bill. for the Intemreanle canal

j '. the qrll farkVr lr The question : and silent straggles on the battlefieldof e Th Oath clea.etl a.....: bill aid for the bill abolishing taxeson

w will no doulbt be answered at tile I pain to turn to the world a brave DralkUaMtWrGf W. bow umr kradu I State banks. and voted against the v
I II Af rain set we tkik **d elrr *nHi I &
Quarterman
ft st. Louis toBTettion. and gracious presence that gives no ttoim&r110 Infamous ship subsidy bill
Atwr rides KinvXLarvrllu ,
, : t-+ I i I I *lgn. When religious fervor fires the lkii }!*..., *.d lorelirrA I i ,
ThoSte I emlfeof pbjralclans have not soul I. and death seems but the h'gh- >d ...... ,. -kvtowf1imin\ ithc_w.t, I Mr 'Cleveland advises a short platform -
f applied. Miami Sunday TIN "..y. __.IiI....!>...". lh.. it. Iea.e.tiThe Twelfth Street.
tu yet r.the way to life, and a few moments of pain I for the Demorrmtlc party thisyear 308.
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win wt tar aIIasd all. Hrmalra.
Bi at school :liar aay of Its "skim political endured seem but the price of btls D eo.....,.. ,I..ak. Hi.nr. plPa..,. ..11.I} 'so that the voters of the land
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>mftho-f for grafting ;pur- df'l'llal-It ,Is Dot Lard to embrace the M. .'. will read It. The advice Is good It ''I,
; If'l
__ ,- -I I -_ is safe to nay that\ eo platform of l.ono

1 i I II words will;, be read by ten times as t I
tie last I
Although eitjr'eouncll l at IU
I many voters all one of Intent words
_loa authorised l all bicycle rack I THE LAST SAD RITES. And those who I read the short one
I removed from I t
and other otaitnictlons would remember. what____ was n_ If _1.-.1_. '\..

I, chaage the sidewalks.haJ mot It yet la noUnable matf'l'&lbed.o that. the IB: the presence of many mourning | put others before herself aadj] spent i platform, like (tone speeches and long JF.If' -
official memare" become tiresome
:-- friends, whose numbers filled the First her whole life ln| dolag: for other peo and ,
more or less confuting
Lk A. Walpole la one ot the many Baptist Church to overflowing, the ple. One of the most beautiful j-ompll- A abort platform -

in III. shoes and last sad rites of be In rlr-rnt sentence, i. the I
: who fIorida .a religion were performed meats paid hrr and one which ail

I asstk not shake .It'' out.I I Some few over the remains of Mrs BI B. who knew Mrs. Tatum intimately! knew kind that make; the best Impression. I ... . .., ." ... .... .. .. ..,

most s altO b. went two jalisms never Tatum at four o'clock yesterday aftjernoon. was true was t+at Bo One could remember :,;
MoREE :aR.O
I B.
urn, bat tike fhe rat he camc a single aaklnd word that she1 I' :

.s k and I Dow ow4.r and editor of Alj) throgh the day throngs i of had ever said of,anybody. .FOR ,. .If' { LOU., GA.. -

: anat Rtr"or4.I. I friend visited. the residence for he Dr. Stanton went over briefly the i
Jlake' -
purpose of attesting their love for the mala facts la her life, and tried to United States, Senator t t

of I lilt hill of the 10..,.' union dead and sympathy for the living and comfort the mourner* with words ot

__, slur. be twtitd that ID every bearing floral offerings which' were hope for the sweet hereafter. snd the I Kinder Lou Crates.Chase

, ". strike ""bet Idft icked." And many! and beautiful Indeed! there beautiful lines Of the song "Asleep Vote] |For

'that Ie pee ) mead I!.I ru TIle senslhle was a .perfect avalanche of exquisite IB Jesus following his heart-stirring .

thing to!I be ten, la to'' use Homer. and the floral wagon was filled prayer were wonderfully sweet and Chase & Harney. Miami

every effort to ;!veal t a :kind ot IIght-'I I to overflowing' when at four o'clock consoling. J ''mes [P. Taliaferro -.

111&: F the long line of carriages moved in After all who wished were given a I '
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-; melancholy procession to th church ',, chance to take a last. look at the dear 1'1'1derLou OratesEpicurean ,
The !time f meeting\ ofe where for nearly a half he large : face 'la :the casket they went quietly Whose name is com- 1

the Sunday might slh 01 thl II be lomsr- crow* of loving friend.hOU1! awaitedthe away leaving Junt the immediate f all over Dade County.

.}. ,row .lItlltj publ! ot cslydlally arrival of the "' party. It frlenka to sorrowfully watch the hearers monly pronounced as I .... ... ....... ... .. .. .....I . . . ., .ij.t

, I ID'litoocl, a.,( p, 1 Iral alit! be the I Ii was late In the afternoon and: through carry out their precious burden IT

i order an a ogemt ts III"" :lI"r. I the stained glass! windows tt e low SUB This morning at six o'clock the remains if it was spelled. i

forted fur .rf1 I' nic up Salt gave: an air of[twilight to the interiorOf were carried to the train, having 1 ....... . . . . ......... . ., . . ... i

River. bu Ka 1" .I iA. the building> There was not asound been previously prepared for shipment' .

to break the hush except the bv W. F Miller *: ("0., which l arm had ; i Restaurant' \I"
step of tbe ushers and movements of charge'of'
.' h' fretI alnaan of Sen. | the funeral arrangement nt., Toliver"Special /
tie gentlemen and ladles mho were and there. started the .t
on long Journeyto
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,. ferpt steam' I ign committee JJ -I1th St. .
ms4 w Il ID I'' a walk lIIFII"'t banking) : tbe beautiful floral offerings Rom,. Ca.. accompanied byl! the devoted I. --+ .. 'r
about the altar | bufcband, who carries with him
IDlary ad' flits to cause : Continuous Service from 6 clock m.. until 10
When the casket was In place and his p. OJfJ!
only one who on sad mission the deepest. sympathy ................... ...
-. bis tllln,". Ir is bOIl..j..uy a believe the Intimate had taken their of all la this community. The) destination I _....._-...... *.......
Ve I
tb
tlllDU .ay.
I butt t isashamed I seat reserved E..Dd.1 the choir sang ,, will be reached tomorrow forenoon if'. I .
Lton tlllllk 1'0
John f't 1
to 10. {Ito..l.I -Lead Kindly { and through the and the Interment will there _

say, I western windows "ere streamed a take place, ilr Tatum will remain two : n. J.iI'1CK I
,
.1! flood of sunlight that lingered thrwoghout ; or three. das amid the scenes hallowed B. M. BAIL:

;, ingress I g".rlraD; ,Ind. ll9b I ..cNadl.e the ..services. : 1| by tender recollections of the days i PeeK 9 Bailey I
.. w. eo' Stanton agitated 'I
w Pr t f1o"l Rev Dr. Wall so by of the girlhood of her who has to"'ln to ; B..U-r. ft....- ....... _
.P uallIJIot ea II 1tb. la 1'aD.IT. his personal grief *t the loss of Mrs him ro true and faithful a life partner YACHTS. LAUNCHESSAIL&;
1111 to the.rrttuge 1 Ic I Imaid. Tatum It was with he i ,; ROWBOATS
spoke at
{ and
&l.1 Aeclwt difficulty I pore wpecia-llv of the t'me when I''
Steee I lOt. lilt :III Ana I w Ik all He d..11 particularly upon her !]I the came to him a fair, sweet bride. 1- I' 70l i AVESL-C Orerhanhng D and Repairing. Marine Railway

1''h' Time'S' 1 laces tb od! rail lal Ital 1.I undemonstrative Chrla'/an I characterand And thus the chant Is cloned Cod 1I : i MIAMI FLA.:

over they wag: S Brun a d m d. upon the great (aspiration she had I II give her soul sweet pface-fnr of her I I 1,I

hI wish be ad. Ih e to b n t'r, I Ia been to him audi) members of his 1 it may be truly said, 'all her ways I Ii. -

uoi tblllltbere re two I i4.. to I Church; upon her wonderful nnselflshaess : } I .. .
w're Mghteonsnena; all her paths were i. a .... -
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ev quest I and the way JD'j'which she always peace" II ]
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.-T---a- : Sale

ports from all: l ports rot ih state I ; The Congreraionalj Record now apart I 1 I Recently the Woman's Christian: 1 I the 39 I Carlos :

a to the erect: the j ; rm work I'.ell ,.. from time to {time illus- ,
I as an I j Temperance Union of Newark, N. J. OFMen's '

advanced!Dd n.the, "'sly ttnuedl Outlook dry quitefavorable and I rated periodical One day last week denounced "'miutrsurf jnthlng as immoral I formerly) S'tf: palm )fot?1. I -
1t
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tooroothas I i it came oat wth foar full page halftone ding Summer
coot wait '- t dry ..4 Dot I degrading and tei to propagate Cornervettue) B anj 11th Street.

enabled thel fnrtnersi to work illustrations designed to show and encourage vlck The Methodist i Gus.
: A. Muller. Prop: btor
r .alatetnptfldl apdi, irllands into i forth the jwauties of, lrrtg
11se shape. !or the on g croo.Oood )arid landsjof the West The picturepmbefiished N. J. dlru lied the mat. I Open all the } '.
i #"Dds" of .taptI. ;are said i I year
I I a speeth by the Honucls ter at a meeting a day or two ago and I t
-S.
to be IfgeoeSat all tll .we.
vansahhh Jiewe.I -r ? E Warren of W>omlng' delivered took a-tloa on It. The preachers unamImouslr ''Cohen' H......* $2 ir far add uj>. Special Itrf: "'<:rL and to ComT I:

I ; de-ire! that "mixed. hathnp $. mc-nial men Large Sam:>le k..>m...
the Senate The
\ In speech was Ij
i +s Indll).-... In, In this country was notinty P. fI, iv.swj: *. J MIAMI
a plea fur the perpetuity and enlarge- r'L.\. )ji,
those corFespop moral but S
Some of few paper a """'Ithlo.. aid that I 1I I

f eats. who haves\ supply,,.g: tie ment of the; Irrigation, scheme. Now thus* who said otherwise! were ro' ... :- "' i iI .---.-. -. .

,..orlll with Mlal d 111 boatrl llot. that the, example has been set and friend of the tif cant I I ; _-_-_-u-- ---_-- _- _-_- -_-. .-. _-__- ,
jif vsrfagnted matter troll tile fu s.trib of Anbury ,PPrk. wherepnarh4rs : t==
Approved by Congress It may be surmised -
sow 1NI cood. gssIa has set Itt and their wives and dauh I 1 '

the old that the pee sl that other Congressmen will errs are recastomed to disport them 1I Hotel Biscayne i rI

htler than the pvcor'd bT soutyingkii want their speeches Illustrated with .clyes In/ the surf. Now, when doctors I I

gesdl pushers I ,w .1Ch ..flyfakiru I views showing localities and Industries of morals like tb-se djwgree. who I I I
Lt for which they desire appropria is to decide* 'r Open fix m Xorembrr" S
._In her.do.s.. ,that -" I to a a GRAHAMlit Proprietor
frt.
. persi1 s..slag whet..s telegraphy for tions. And before a great while Indeed ;I

f trasittntstt sows U1" tne t.d lit we may' possibly see, the sedate Dr. J. .>3crevea win,' do : Goner Avenue D and Twelfth Streets

t sylam 1.. .ft'Cri' t srasta the Asa : Record ladalglng Itself IB a colored aa offle practice at his. drug store] VIi -
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gsppleoestI I |letMlerC Blork'Avenue D.I MIAMI I
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H. M. KIN Great bargain,
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Director and 'EmbalmenTHI 1I'I I I THE IDEAL i ;

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Prompt ancatkxi to TcUcnph or eleplMNle Calls.s I If I ,
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-,-- ,( I I MONDAY APRIL 18T8.--1
I i : I I i I I to pup' s aDd t .bers to reeelre encoursel ,
: IItrd: mill the "anon
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS

. H""' The .pilM'Op Sunday school isspendin \ FREE: : t t FREE: : t t .4

: MIAMI. FLA.. "pnl d4. the d y at the House of ;
Refuge.' There were' three Jolly launch FOR MONDAY ONLY. To Each CustomerLWho Buys $1 or More '

\ MAIL SCHEDULE.Arrive : I load, I rt the Royal Palm dark thismoral

., from the North-I' I Ine ,I and and from baskets the of bundles eatables of.bath.they I Monday\ I Will Give Free of Charge, One Box of Writing Paper, and I

:! l *. I an '0 oubl having the time of their
1 :1:5 raj. J I 111'..... lace our leisure days have

Close for:the Notth1' "| rome t rq sbouid be many' esrursions: Envelopes Worth 25 cents. Brim, This Advertisement With You.

i:06 a. m. : I to the acb. + I

.6 145 p. m.H 1 1-- .
Thou h the weather. Is not .. warm EOT Shirts. Toilet Soap. _
I'' as mILD days In the winter. the clan I I II
THE WEJIJTHER.Washington. OD the :tr..u la very trying 0" the I Boys' hirts and Shirt Waists White and ..Col- 100 Boxes ormondie Toilet Soap 3 cakes in

.-FOr Rasters Florida' : eyes a d many people are wearing ored; worth 75 cents at 48 cents. \ : box toW at 18 cents box.Ladies' l J.I
north and central I I"" I ]
Fair aad warmer In
dark .. A ID I
stun. leading physician White and Colored Silk Muslin.
portioaal Southern portion' cloudy .
1 ot the that
town Ii speaking aqult
with east to south winds.Mulmum. comes the glare remarked that One Lot Silks. A Beautiful Line to select from Skirts 'Gowns. Chemise, Drawers and Corset yin
M.Mlnknum. Corers; all marked down tc greatly reduced Prices.
much fltll strain on th eyes may be White and Colored Work; worth 50 to 60 cents 1

TO. avoidi One learns tot use one eye to go at :38 cents j Shirt Waists. I II

1IIIe:and.that one wall. tile eye-lid Ladles' White and Colored Belts."T:* One Lot Ladies' White. Black and Colored ShirtWaists 1
pearl Tbe trouble DOIIIla& from I
i I t jaaedt. .. I. at they make the -One Lot Ladies' Belts, Black. White and Colored; worth from $1.50 op, to go at 9M cents !

-41 I i i.i.TOWN'irOPICS: I erea in, and If wont oneday i worth 35 to 50 cen.ts. to go this sale at 25 cents each. 'I' Curtain Scrims. 1 1I !*

e< should be w the neat {I Colored Lawns. j One Lot Scrims tn Assorted Patterns worth 15 ,

'to WlLLST.&RT MONDAT;the tank One Lot Satin Stripe. Fast Colored Lawn, cents to go this sale at 10 cents.Swiss VREIFF
add factory has beea getting to large worth 101o at 8 cents.; I -
121| cent, to go
and Lace Curtains.
/
quantities of mangrove bark and palmetto n WS I '
ON THE BAY.apf.
root during, the I week and the '| Flowers. i One Lot Ready.Made Curtains in Swiss or Lace a

plant will be started In fall" operation q W One LJot Assorted Flowers; odds and ends to.20 3 yards long to go; this sale a&ll.ooa pair.

Monday. The extract Is tjed for tanking ''fTiJ Cook. with the auxiliary at 48 cents each; worth 75 to $1.00. I Kid DloTM.
leather and the factory will turnout sloop :7+cbt Zora. returned yesterday i i r .
from twenty-Ova to thirty barrel* afterloa't' from! l.dlaD Key ud rldeIty Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats. One Lot Ladies' Black) and Colored Kid (Jlores, "

daily. w'be' b. his bees maroonlDC the One Lot Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats to goat worth $1.00 to goat 60 cents a pair. 1

put I: t weeks with lr. ud Mrs.K. 25 eents each while they last. i, t........... Corsets and Corset Waists.
ICE CREAM.-At|the Woman'* ExVchaage. .
.Uum and famlll. Captain "
R.I tr '
..*- Ladies' Shirt Waists. &'*
One Lot Ladies' and ;
.- Avenue d Bear t welfth Street. Cook tia' s the weather there b. been 3 U Misses' Corsets and Corset.
lee cream is 110" 'being Brred'aBd will ,anythl4; bat pleasant bat that Kel- One Lot Ladies' Black Lawn Waists; size 3'Jt2Waist odds and ends worth 50 to 75 cents; to go .

'be dispensed until a late I hour thiseealag. lam till 1 kI It If great and would lib 44-46; ,odds and ends to close out at 25;cents each. this sale at 25 cents. each. I .

to .ta7 fonCft'. ,though be will return !
1 1I tomorrow. Captain Cook says thatthey Ladies' and Misses' Bathing Suits, Shoes and Caps Just Received. I

have caught all the" a.y.bat ,

I PERSONAL ME TION.4.iX11 I IDr. wire unable to land a tarpon on
account of the f'atbf'r.t I A Nice Line at Popular Prices; 1 1I 1L

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t .5. l, [L + l'
Pasco Is la K7 West this peek Thompson and party of the
: TT _E T..Yiri .- S.
bOIl t t Everglade left last night I
Mr. Shies Potter,jot Cocoseut Grove. for York while the boat proceeded REDITABLECLOTHS I .
town | ONE 'L T REMNANTS WHITE AND TURKEY I I :
was la. today. coast!,via the canal to Palm 1 1F f

Beach aad' thence to Jensen, after TO BE CLOSED OUT. I ,
E. f3. Saander*. ofAntler., I* op to- 'I
which she will j go to Newport News I
i.day oa a short p eea trt.
for repair .

W. H.Carey. rf Eliot! Key.Is In town l. "I.! e &@ :UO AND\ 31! '
gtvetingfriends I nd..dquaint- After announcing several' departuresand E B. DOUGLAS TKLKPHONKNO.
today- -- -- f : TWKL.ITH STKKKT 79. 1
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U'ft"I I aa jotteD changing: their minds fot I.

I I cruises) In the Keys Mr Will Mellon

Mr. WalterLu. < [low, aDd: Mr*. Edna and family, of the houseboat' Vagabon- MIAMI. FLA.

Toung. of Cocoaaut Grove ifere. In dla, gn away last might going from

tows today -shop Ong. { I | here l > Jacksonville 'and thence to :

Palatki. where thcjn, have lance property I ,

C T; Alsop. a ,large sawmlllijowiierand ; In "tests, for several Jay a be'if __ ________ ..J.- .
lumber exporter. of :Jacksonvlll! I going i nrth (for the stammer' The party RESTORED TO THE. ?CRF.London. !\ :
U here today oa buaI_ F came: ub frestrrdnr on the Vagabond I Ii World's Rates r
i from Indian Key : and Mateeombe April li.::.The steward. of BUSINESS iOCAlS Fair
Mekani
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"jand
C X Hunter F. ;'GeorgeCurrt where thfy have been for several days the Jockey Club have withdrawn theirsentelfe !

,j of west Palmi each are latb la quest of tarpon but lurk was against I warning Lester Rein the I! FOR SALE.-Good typewriter Smith i I Vi I ,.

A city today da baalaIra. -. ijbem and they returned empty handedThe Amerttaa Jockey off the turf. Premier. No. I. IB good order. Will i '' 1

Vagabondla ls taking on fuel and Tb" stewards of they!Jockey dub revoked Co.. i The R.
sell cheap. Call Southern Express : R.
) WJ R. Harney and Mia Bernard I L.&jN.
pp11Nj i today and will probably get ,I Reir license la October 1901. Atetue D .
happy la having their
Montague] are
gay tomorrow for Jacksonville where on the ground of his baring lost a race. I I
Mia BeMl and'little Mfr Shirley I .
sisters .tip wll; receive repairs and then go by dealP. Later they tamed aa order i W* use Tennessee ream in jail{ our I J ,
Montagu with. them. Palatka where' she will be tied. up RJetr off New Market heath. i''ice cream a:1d.aao have the 1'1&1.1:I Firsticlas EiceursionRates' .from Jacksonville{ to St, Louis and return, j

revival" services rTIM -' next week' at t the summer. warning at the! time among all I cream on sale at ta_ Biscayne Drug I I beginning; April 25th; ticket sold dail'i.j .

trainer and i I $ .55 retnri limit Dec., 15th. $33.90 return limit 60 .
the First M, E. thttreh' ahonld,,be well the American owner -- I II ? day*. $27.50 {
attended. The I rat service of 'ttte series Captain IrvngZt ) Cook of the sloop Jockey in England win that the charge i )f.ou want Ice cream that Is good return limit 15 days !
ra. mho had ins >nded taking his boat es arilnst Rleff' were wholly unsupported and pure boy It of the Biscayne Drug Special Coach Excursions
will be heli tomorrow..evening I II $20.95 rounj trip: Return lirni 10 day
to,New York for I he summer will now i lI\panr. They DM Tennessee cream
I from date of sale. Tickets sold only,on May 16th and .
Frohock Ai B. Suttoa 1 lea probably i!. plan as his fath- lU 311t.I
John rbancelJ 1 I Corresponding low from other
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rates point"t
PAPERS FILED.The
delate for .heilfflandirepmeotatheIB l! l T came morning nnexpect
find
the State Legislature. ; respective/ |. edly.I and they ill: map out the summer following papers were forvcord FOR SALE.-A first-class sal boat''I The L. i N. Is THE BEST LINE to St Louis! ,I

\-.ere In Stuart this week looking aft r e work for their boatwee. In the cjerk': office of the fir- I built by an expert 'and worth $150. ,r For vhedules sleeping car reservations

their' latirwt. taltT. i. j jMlsw I cult r urt this morning: | Will sell for ITS. Apply to this otlre. or further information', ,
I satisfaction of mortlap-R. I write to
The routing schooner' Norma arrived Partial! .| 3M
"annle and Eloise &11m. twn In port yesterday' )t. Monroe to Wm. D.: 'Hughe ana I I I'' J. II. FLEMING, C. L STONE I

Louisville\ ,.who .. wife. : ,
popular y mng ladles! of i i Headquarters fancy groceries fruits.I .'l na. Pua. Art, 206 W. Bay St Jacksonvillei i P Lonimlla.
F Aft-
were bet several week with their I The' roasting ass tooner' Sunbeam' went Satisfaction, of mortgage. -John ,I I etA. at Wilson *: n,..'.. 7 I ,
..-Qt. Mr i, Trultf. of Knoxvllle, ; returned ""xith this. morJ1l/:. Olive to Georgia B. Lummus and husband i '
i I Pure Tennessee cream on sale atBlscayn ; FREE SCHOLARSHIP.
u day from Havana, and win e I OFFICES FOR RE."l.I'-8lqle or ea- ;
hink :. Deed-E. T. Field to John 8 Collins, : Drug Comp&ny. 142 I suite '
leave too gbt for their The launches A Breeze t-nd Clyde I young II ; see McAllister-Beck real estata
t- are engaged in l< wing lighter loads' of for.$1, all of that land IB tp. 4.. range. | There are many people (ID I 320 1-2 Twelfth Street. Miami Fla. ;
DesleaSll: office rooms JOT #|enL Inquire
Mr. an<| Mrs. George "I\\d Court. t>f .nansrove' lark,a d palmetto root from 43. i. .,t FUnk of Bay J"D. I j Miami and Dad county: Interested la I II
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here
Schenertm&t. who were aB sea- be upper end p f hf'' say to tiie factor' learning book-keeping;\ stenography j 100 TOMATO PICKERS AND TEN .
retuhied today on the steamer ,f the' Florida, I 11 : "ct ('0.. where' It FOR !ALE CHEAP.-A ladies bicycle i and the Metropolis proposes to 1 PACKERS wanted at once by Easter:

Miami from a two weeks trip to Havana III be u ed In p king UnWarldPLOWIVfTf and a three-burner gasoline stove Pleasant Sleeping Rooms la i make It possible for wo of them to, ling Brother!. Cutler, Flax XM
and |Kr7 West. Tbev;will remalserrl with oven* my have a chance without the cost of a

here day before, proceedingXorth. I ELECTRICITY I 1 li l- '!Twelfth-Street Residence Shower bath I single dollar. For full details of the FOR R .
Fine note paper 15c. the Wood lot etc' For rent at summer rates. Mrs. -Two new nicely fla.
Farmers near traction line i plan see the'sixth page of tllla papet.I .
tMr. (The Racket Store. 1 I E. a. Beck. 1M I I nlsbed cottages.', Apply to this offiea.I .
-r- may before' long I o their' own plowing/ r t i 202.
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ud; rs. Henry 3 I. Flaglrer who I cultivating and 1 """ -hlnj by eJertricIty FOR SALE.-Two good family milk I I BIDS WANTED. I I Ii

are occapyl C a suite,01 room at Hotel Israe| Ho&< and. of1'ladlaaapolls. ,ieows. across FURNISHED Hdus, i i
will I Call. Saunders property Tenders are requested for the deliveryon LIVELY CONTEST. .
Po.eel! Leon, probably 's- recently bad oq lefchibltion at,, the Commercial ,,011 Tenth street, for rent {Apply at |
tate. I. St Augu.tln&intll. the end 01 Club, In that city drawings the river. this office the beach at Cape Florida la vicinity .I,| One vote with ten I Il
every tests paid
the month. sod thin leavee for New showing how f t of Old Town. South Point and i
elelr1rle power may be for subscription to the
cottage Dally
FOR RE\'T.-T"o-ator wharf of twelve hundred 'l MetropoUs -
tons native
Tor' n. ely weather bas Induced eknployed by .era FOR STORE ROOM.opposite which
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: ) farjB complete.'all fine eaa lie. used toward
op-to-date.
1 paying
bath room rock IB
them I piece not under fifty pounds.Work ,
to. ala longer than lh.y antirtpsted Mr Hoagland occupied
; lays that he rented apiece post-office now asa I some worthy
not. young penoa's
| location: furnished or to begin not later than May let way
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I' I Z ZMrs. of Chicago and dem- W W Die.Seventh bicycle store. Apply! to 222 Thlr- and completed by August lit, 1904. through a Correspondence eonne ta
.j oairtrated IlIIItaear of his farm SL and A1''u'' C. .' teenth street : 195 I book-keeping or steoograpby. For fan
who Rejection of any and all bids reserved I
.T. 01 Key ,
Pladerl' motor. that he plowed
an ( I particular read the half-nag ...
owns Tal le tees estate at tier. average: of :0 at'r.s, of corn a day. at I Fine bo-.Utlotwrr. and It'sat heap. I CARE OF HOCSE .UM'ED.-AaJ. 203>y R- M. Mnnroe. .nouneement la to-day's paper.
'brlNri Cocoanot Grove. Fla.
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routs/ acre The costa the Racket Store. :one desiring to have their furnished ,
aIM 01 the Island :City! and baa day for a motor I
to do all kinds summer
ofbeavi ,home cared for during the for "
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ylsl4t farm wore! he .a .. will '
> not average VOTING CONTEST. the UN of a portion of the same* may
II I. th.ltJ] $oday 'OP llatt..t/ Both than! .
I. more i $4.The communicate ..IthH" care of Me- The Miami Transfer Company I
ladles wit Key Metropolis
,leers shortly r .
..iI Jaoaiea. ,,1 drawing.IFhow a farm through : ; tro Oll.. hereby' notify all merchants and other*i
..:: Yest I which runs a traction line. A wirer i man and wpmaa la securing a h i*rsess I that they will not be responsible for I

.L.;. : r from the trolley wire and on a education by using the ballots to ralch i i any debt or other obligations c0aI -
Next Friday afternoon the grammar p ow la a drum| containing the wire they are entitled oa payment ofserlptlons. Mhsirtk- Miami Conservatory of Haste :I I traded la their name.

grades of the Miami Public !School / i the 'plow move across the field. Read ow offer os FrankUa Coleman Bash, director *22S : 1M MIAMI TRANSFER CO. i
Twelfth street. SO
win give their regular monthly entertainment Ivea by a motor connection Is kept pages I
ta the i iauditorium.IThese' Ith power by the wire which M playe ill
exercise are gives especially tot the oat and winds up automatically oae A SpUadld Sojur Plaao. ta gold repair Miami Csasanttoif of Music Hotels.. taaUBes ran bar gwmraeTeaaesBM ,
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parents of the chUdrea aid should he drum aa the return trip la made low sale ;..r. ehaa*.,..stn.C; Franklin Yismia Bush Director crsaa at Btsea/M One MIAMI I LAI 'JFuneral

well patroalaea. I It I*a great help both I roes the field. Beet ,1M; IZ5 Twelfth Duero 433i ea..a,.. 141f

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I The otibei! war cry was fighting foi I i *** W
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that the trade anions and the laborIng lacor ruratml *O.ono 110'
t '' ;L110101-L; I, men generally with their .,m.,.-. f Sol n.pren t!was

.. ;WlthUJ the put fewji;') it the whole. thlzen would be easily caught by I I Steinway do S=n's" Now TTerle. Clubbing Rates.
luMeofj he'Meant pwi 'scheme u sort of chaff, to it .ban been steady Emerson :P1an= C=.. Boston.
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s and them have j been!/ ku< wn to a few Mr. Meant I I. the puppet and pliant I "'f.::rIr F
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t newspaper men from lh< egin'ningJ' Itt tool of a little circle of amblUouakeenwit Pianos from $225 up. Cash or easy payments. TunIs
become known that' Mr.tHeaikt'* and farsighted newipapeimen. ning and Repairing. A few bargains in slightly Is &
Ides that he wa all pow< rful and' tbs who hare been working him for used pianq's. Open evenings. The people of Dade County will want all the news

"": hlsl million could buy Ek 1 .lIrtblDli b1r "Mr. E Z. Mark and playing pon this year as it is to be an interesting one because
wanted waa not aa Inspiration of I nl* ranlly for thousands and thous 3 of the elections,
moment ut resulted fpm a':repeated of c ollan. Every more made bttiem > .
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a ugigestioa and urging the keen',' an< by the Meant managers for I ,

F. far!,sighted newspaper men from la his employ { I' twoe baa been a* carefully : Centrally=at=z ; 4 National State and County
to fboni; )ke payJ high'; salaries thought i>ut M in a game of Chen and ThePioneer
f For more ibaa they Ire| worth bl money, while poured out lavishly, has i | i -- -
henchmei| ta e been ,egging him oq| always tfea made to accomplish thegreatest ; NflT I :
and preparatlin; for t cams kioesible amount of Meant FOtSELL PROPRIETOR i
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Sears
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For wef8E t Ma* Ihmsen wh6 Some false. more hare been made
pose _"J private' secretary herb and! there, a* when the dollanhai 11- I las perfected arrangements, whereby it can offer
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at a salary (r'tt $10,000 ainualty ha been 'e not'been forthcoming liberallyaa kATEJJ 4ob TO such attractive rates fot various new papers
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i .at work liang up the labor leaden ana certain labor graften bad hoped.an I : $s. o DAS that i there should be no excuse for people remaining

: preparing >it 4sprintt: the Hearst Club < defection of aentlment ha been: Hotel Corne\ A\ehue B and nth tI street in ignorance as to the of
1> proposition 4 n aa elaborate scale whea the result but all this I* to be expected I I the
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the right m6 ment arrive*, la Chicago In i*o great a game, which ha axumed kfJAMI FjLA. ,
Secretary .iwrenc {, another tlO.i* ". '!'greater, proportIon. than many J : = -=t[ =- +I fI f- ---- -- hal'P'lngs_
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man, wa cretly:' doing similar war] people :i are willing to beliere. 1 I Getmar Army Uniform. ,
The CarteonUt.
la 'the far ! Jtnet..1IO t U; claimed. wa lent to I |raid. I" the wordy of one of thekhrewdvut Ir. Pumfh" ha the which i Ujthd death! ell to the black ,1 I I
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only places
Congress Mrj Meant wa promMe political writer of the East.f overcoat'' o< the ( Ivrman officer ,
and
I cartoonist caricaturist are safe II
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tog the propaganda i'' i rSU ,secretly at -If Hearst were toi speak in public he t are Great Rritain and the United After Abril J only the light pra I The Daily Ietropolis
,Lads,Dearer:;ai d other eitLLe..er wouldn't get two rblem. HIs personality oren-oati are Idm.ssiblt1-. There i
States. In France, he to 1
goes on One
light were quietly 1 aowlag e would defeat him. He has never ; are word a good ddal already but i and Year
I kay, the cartoonist u like! to he I
millionaire) money Karl Decker l a !n;a4e a speech in Congress and alllhee challenged toll dueL In dormant many officers still prefer the black 'I
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.eJl-kD__ 'cofreap ndent and bew' report In Heanf. newspapers there are laws about leze majesty. :;' coat with its neat red collar and I i Daily Tim s-Onion $10.00

paper man, waa pen< to Wubl.1lKtoD' of leant's speeches on this or tbat "The Turki. paricatnrist'if there i i. cuff !Hi' majesty decide upon ;
help thing aJofcr, b it for reaaoni that subject are faked He can't makes ,i aar such! (Ix-injr. I lived on the average the uniform of all his many regiments 1 Semi-Weekly Times-Union IS.Sf'
: are well kllO" M Decker backed I speech and his roll call record stands I' ope week after taking up the profess I -hot a button or inch of pold i
down aid refused ti have anything to about the lowest of any man in Congrew. -,aton. In' China the futamakei ifI 'braid |bit has the kaiser's consideration j J Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
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wlthlthe .Ii'"e; or approvaL" i
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do i to dismemberment; the CXT&-
Marl e Echr....... tecretair of the There Is no great amount of moneyIn I lion being mad a public holiday The uniform: of the new Coiouial; 1 HSchutk J Union $7.00

Demotr tie ConnTei ilonal Committee, sight,: for men In the Hearst ranks, I with firework i: the evensg. troop wa entirely designed i 9 With Atlanta Journal twice a week -
wis mi le aDd) la now head of the L t the powerful leaden, those mho I i \j him, high_yellow boot_ and all. I $2.25
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Meant LJterarr Btjreaa.. and baa an command Influence rotes are : r |2.co
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steadily been propaganda getting 'P. i j i }fkoBBED THE CRAVE. -
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conatryt} XttempU have been made >\o I" becomes more plentiful ,and There wa a big sensation in bees- A s ruing Incident U narrated by Old subscribers must pay all back dues before they
I ; yule Ind. when W. H. Brown of that,John Oliver, of Philadelphia, ft* follows I take
mat Edwarta fl'Olllltloa,1"t| to those who are working the"string of 1 9) can advantage of these offers and cash
place who was expected to die, had : *I... in awful
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Jar he u| puppet on are in advance must all
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1 reveling U luxury.PFckied J I his life saved by Dr. King's New Dls-, My skin eau almost yellow, eye sunken accompany
Another acbeme la amid to bare II these combinations.
the :cOYer, for ConsampUon. He write: tongue coated, pain continually la
worked!and now la operation; wa ''' t
{ I "I endured insufferable agonies from'back and aides, no appetite growingweaker
Oyster*-Mingle a cupful of |
furnishing! of tree telegraphic aertrtae I
Asthma but TOUr New Discovery gaveme day by day. Three physicians < ADDRESS
and ayqdlcate aerrlce o rarfana papers rlnegar. a cupful at..b wine, twp 1' 'I
Immediate relief and soon thereafter had given m* up. Then I was advised
by the !Meant,Boreas This la'an ejfjurt tablespoonfuls of salt. three Ubl i
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a complete Similar
cure. to use Electric Bitten; to my Jar tbell!
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to line up aa ma ijr big papers a spoonfuls of pepper corn and a little j core ofj< consumption, pneumonia lint bottle made a decided improvement Miami '
poMlbli? for |Meant ly:! placing tk m4nd Metropolis.
mice. Strain theoyster juice and add bronchitis and grip are numerous. I continued their use for three fI
him, prejaTh I
fj obUgmtipMjto aid 6It's' the peerless remedy for all throat weeks, and well I
t W Wa!fator. it jto the liquid. Let It come to a boll.Tien am DOW a man. 1 I II
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4iei j !and lung trouble Prtre Cue and ".on. I IGuaranteed know they rubbed the crave'another '' I
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s, the brMdx:: ward. rrvat, was flwt.44i an cold, pat together Into a o.wn.j bottle free i Only 50 cent, guaranteed alj|

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Florida East Coast Ry. I a I treasurer In the discretion of the .

-4 To All Whom It May Concern: I board of directors, may b" filled by I Td All Whom It Mar traecera: i Trade Mark 1 .1

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LOCAL TlMECARD .53. : Feb. 16,1904. r igne<$ Intend to apply to his Ex- i of the officers and directors who are, intend to apply to the Hooi i iI

MITMtiOv S-aut+ IOWL OITN.otlN-UI W.t1t1 |I cellenC).! William S. Jennings Governor I, to conduct the business, of tht! corporation i urable Minor 84 Jones. Judge of the I "WADDELL'S f

of ,the State of Florida, for Let- until those elected at the first Circuit Court olj the jSeventh Judicial ,
ps.M Ma.ssN...tpa. a.M N.. s a.s s.n a..T4 u. n I !
D.U7 IMly. .,. Dolly. STATIONS.IptUUpl 1... Ital.7 Ddlr. Dolly. U.t1r. I' ten Patent on the proposed charter election shall be qualified are Thom- 1 prcjlt of Florida within and for Dade Guarantee a "i 1

..... hereto annexed: I f 4 fount,., for said Judge's approval of Written
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,J5T lUa LT } kauf.fr'* Ar.li / 14.1* 7 lkIS TIT u Costlgan. president; Edward Burke. Contract
-..-. .I |.,4. a. J katxi*'* LTpj in* This 24th of Febru... .. A. D. 1904 ( Charter hereto J
..... .. I U IMp ill' :-St.Aoituillt,. f T *u* S0 tttfIMP day i first vice-president; John F. Olive 'the proposed. j annexed ]
.... :.- 11 Ha.tnn. j 0 4 23 :.:. EDWARD BURKE I peon Monday the 18th day of April. !
second vice-president, S. L. Pattarss
111 IMplliI Jd al ..1: 1. i e a sat. 1 11 n. You isfed
'' Tltu..n\e.\ are ca- or j
JOHN
F. OLIVE A. D. 1904, at Florida
secretary and treBsuie* and Thomas
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18! iUpll4ia la a Lv..P.iak.t.. Ar .... IM* 123I. THOMAS COSTIGAN.W. Costlgan, Edward Burke, John F. 01- Hated this 10th daylof| March A. D.

.... ru TUpSO $ i. .. ..... W. ERWIN I lye W. W. Erwin and S L. Patterson 1904.! I He put you on top J
TMsii SMaLeb.alat eA 14. wigs TUp ....... S. L. PATTERSON.CHARTER C. L. F. ROBINSON,
shall constitute the bwtd of directorsThe by telling you *l the i I
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U p E Le. Iteoe. LT .... 4 Upi 1'. M. LEONARD. bottom.
.... .... 01, .t .:.Burnt.!.. ... .. ...J t t1Cp organization aul first annual
.. J. F. $ .
..... 21p .. .T-, .:...Dup.rpa.Orm tod .. S94* lot'* f 11S 4 $ .'.. meeting << tl.: stockholi*i shall beheld OUyE.E. &u supply row wines if you it $ 1
IBSITf 47p II MlU ....D.7t.et. .... 114. 4U* tH 4 111IUp>...... The undersigned persons. Thomas on the first Monday In April A A. HA&T. I un to buy ornol"..."., i' i

,. HIT t U 11: "l H Porto-an v butrrnat( 3 ) 49* .03 -........ CoBtlgan Edward Burke, John F. Olive D. :1904. in the city of Miami. Floridx: CHAS .H. GARTHSIDE.: Ha office it faun regtn af bets -
/ 0 p ...' .i. O.k fill... ..... .... W. W, Erwin and S. L. Patterson of nut county. ,
"i"i44tl 111, ... liM tits !. i ...:. the principal place of business of i iGil
17 .iWp..Ttm.iis..il. '. ..... i hereby associate themselves together ClIARTR, and see I If.
.. CTp t p .. Ii N :::. 1 0 Ip. said company at the office of Graham '

.... .. ...... 49 p l7p ...g. jH'1 ... 131!JS ... for the purpose of becoming Incorporated j Patterson A Erwin; and there- The undersigned persona.I C. L. F. A. WADDED
U | 43p ft'h1 lte 11 .... T. M. f.eonsrd, J. F. Olive
.:. ... ... ... under the laws of the State of Robinson ,
1 ...JSe t.1L.. .., nil*. ; after on the first Monday, in February Real EMate
,_.St. Li .-... 4.*.f' Florida. I ( E. A. Hart and |Chai. H. Carthside, lafonutfcm a.r.su A
rcipUN : lip1j 140 p j-'L ,* ...to o. UNp of each and every year. lolktctkM Aftmtj.
... t ... Tltl ala}.-. itt> ..... 14 11 .... ..... The following 1s the proposed char- : hereby associate themselves togetherfor Office
1 10 .i t ..4.IdrS_. ID Ufala ...: .. The officers and board of directors First. Nit But Jliaii. Fla
p .. r. ;: .... ... .. the purpose of becoming Incorporated
.... SSp !n n .... | | .. Ma ter for the Intended corporation: of said shall be elected at :
corporation
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-.... ... .-. ..-. IPCip ....... /N[ ow tiperd.. ii!. .... Y$ .... Article One. The name of the corporation the lint annual meeting of the stockholders under chapter 4898 of the Acts ,
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/ Jnpfter shall be the Dade County' I [ A. D. 1901 of the >taws of Florida
40* OM 'A i 4.9.W P.L..B". s h $ p IJMp su* 1441 aUW Ns and at each annual me SB* *B> > t 10 4 0 P UUp S sa mTU a S5 p Title Insurance' and Trust Company, I I I The following 1. the proposed charter TWO 13 BETTER: THA5' OW6Here's
O HP thiu.Mli ... 1 7 .. S7 p the stockholders thereafter or If In -
JJR: .... .r St p .. ... .... 4. 1 7 p .. TtS. ..a.1 1 1p with principal offices at Miami. Dade lot for, the Intended society and club:
MM* .. ... .. 0 i p ...h Jt LniRltod 1 4 .,.... I matM ....t.. 1 $$ p any year no regular annual meetingfor i a interfur the IttraopoLn
fill* ..... .1 04Sp .. ... .... 1 1 .... .....,.. 111p County Florida{ I any .. ... L.ia .. ........ held
11 M 1hip .1 mn* Cur 1 > t i7
p nature and club shall be Miami Can Club, and we know bow
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the buslnes to be transacted shall be 1 i with principal office at Miami. Dad es so you pay a little more Iba
Tt.lae 4..to4.howm holders thereafter called for that pur the price of one paper and frt toe tw.
F10rIdLArticle
the Insuring thej I owners ol real estate, poet cOunty JoG want. The price of the Daily
2. The general nature of the Timr*.Union and
Citizen
CondeBBBd Bohadnl 3Betws4m!Jacksonrilld and St Augnstins.Ths mortgagees and, others interested Article Six. The highest amount o' beta has recently
object of1 the corporation society and reduced to the following price
in real estate \I" owners Incum-
-t. Cafo.mu.i fl..ti. u.ts+ usP7+ N&s'N... il iul Miff 7' N. MIN..074 Ii.u indebtedness which this company may ( shall, be the development and per- Three month. .. ...... ..... i'l
$i. AOCUT1fl tU7 Dally Dally li.+i7 I i.iy rn I ii i.i I Daly Duly at w: brancers or otherwise against loss by at! any time subject itself it one-half club Six months. .... ........ _.... i Jo
reason of liens, Incumbrances or detective fectlon of skill on the part of the club'smembers One .. ... .....
il..k..vnl._. NIJI.MaNsal. is isV4 1 >o 0 p 2 so p iii p stop Sup j ; I of the amount of Its then fully paid year ..... .... a *
; > i 2$ 4 pOI1p) sSi.p,1 as, titles; the loaning and investing In capital stock. 1 In the art of wing and trapshooting We propose to send you boSh Ski t

upon and also the entertainment Daily and Sunday Times-Union aatf
n ADaYtTINE M. n N. N. 20} N..Tst uw 74TS of-money securities upon Its Article Seven. The nand; and residences Citizen and the Mrraorous
MCEONr1LLL SU7 Dairy IRI.auL I tally.. DL3 D.1Ir I DMly 1i.LI7 Dally own account, and as agent or trustee t|101 clubs of similar kind and of mem- : .
k Saga of he incorporator of th.s; aUmoaths. ..... ..L..... .... | s a .
ti v.st A gksai... O M T Si T M 11 7 tt. w s s1 410p1111 s e. S p for other persons; the acquiring holdIng company and the amount of capital: I ben of such clubs jln friendly contestsof One year .... ....... g Jl
atiJ.ei..avnl. ew sN s. i21sp124. ) 010p 71 72. 741, using, leasing Improving and disposing skill in wing and trap shooting; aniI we will send you be'3ea l-Weeklj
stock subscribed for by each are a-i mes-Unlon
real I also the giving of prizes to, persons and Citizen and 'she
of and
property personal
) following Ar. Through Pullman Trains: follows: Thomas Costlgan, New York contests Mrraorx>us:
competing! In of skill at wing
IASTEIS TIAIM I r' WE ft II TIAIM. the accepting and executing of trusts{I City', one hundred and four (104) I Six months for. ................ I i 1 aa
5..i7*.e $S-N.w Yrk.a n a*,il aM It- xitkra1 rla LtBIMw4 fa*. IS aa4 ft-Tkmra*nd PlvrVl UMlt4S pursuant to orders, shares Edward Burke, New Tork City Oaelea1'. .... .. ............... i M
44--SM nMd Ftond UafOMd + *.t J .M*0.-.Th*Florida Listed decrees of court of record and by I ; Article S. AH members of this club
Thus
one hundred and three (103) shares; for zt cents more baa tk.
a. $rStaa ,... 2..v&7] (PallBiu/ Cn said ztr.vM tarTill b.ebsrg.L virtue of devises and bequests actingas shall be gentlemen of at least tweaty- price *f the dally, ..
; two
you get
John F. New Tork papersand
Olive City one
Ian
4Day a.SM.as UM *sr*lY.awhiek BO extra r Ml u*krsd.AVTOBD :
agent, attorney-ln-fact, executor i one years of age. and shall be admitted for fifty eents more than the rr 5
hundred and three (103) shares; W. slay
-4 price of the
BIAJTOH. I OltLlrOE CITY BSAJTOK.u i to membership In said club by a maJority ManoNLU.1011'"
: administrator trustee, assignee, assignee W. Erwin! Miami. Fla.. seventy-five I the Semi-Weekly Times-UBm and

F471 a.itIMlT U.fi I Doti BTATIOira, I I Dally a.t MIl* for the benefit of creditors, recelrer (75) snares, and S. L. Patterson )(f- I of this rote club.of the Executive Committee Grower.Citizen and the Farmer and FraH i

guardian .
and
owning and
Tltai..t11.{..{ .A Tn. 4 1.s Lv..x.s.'ru..Art 'f lop or ; ami. Fla, one hundred and fifteen I Article 4. The term for which this Send your nbseriptioBS to ... Cut ..
/ N Le......... O.t..a_ _,..._ II 1II s 104 l1 iii L*. Uk'BelMi .ArLT r lOp operating abstract books covering lavd (115) shares. la advance always at these prices.
N Le. k. ..}. A **. 10 Orar City Ar 33I Xp 444m club is to exist Is twenty-Ore' yean.
M..4..: L us*. ml 1146* Ax..Or.City J4fUHKSUUR .. 13/S M titles In Dade County', Florida, and THOMAS COSTIOAN. (Seal) I Tan MaraopoLis
of abstract Article 5. The frames and residence) Miami, Fit
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the making {selling or EDWARD BURKE (Seal) ,
"I' F a*,ii M itS of the subscribers are as follows:
searches of title therefrom.Article
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I XAT7ORZBBAJfCa. JOHN F. OUVE, (Seal +-*
IMly 0117.so. dT 1 T. M. Leonard, residing at Rouse'sPoint
Three. The amount of the
lyIMS W. W. ERWIN. (Seal)

4 tt p Ltk..rmt.........:. .ii flip capital stock shall be Fifty thousand & L. PATTERSON. (Seal)
I SiS 13 p _.. i Jrt..rt0.... ..... ..... IK* dollars divided Into HTB| Charles H. Garthslde. residing a Cooler& Homer1)tPil
lets 14 ... -AW ... .l. .. 1 TMaT44 ($30.00000) ; )
a b ...... ...N !I C hundred shares of the par value df STATE OF FLORIDA. Miami, Fie ; 4 .
TMa E.: ,A. Hart, residing at Rhode Island
i I ; 1 I'' IM -I HAMD One hundred dollars 100.00 sails, COUNTY OF DADE: Estate
OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT Ml .1. which shall be parable at the option I J. F. Olive residing at New York. < ari Reiul AgeltsI
On this day personally appeared before .
i C L. F. Robinson residing at Newport I
of the Is cash '
corporation or prn>Tty,
{LBH Boaatcnos BUM AT wrni mimunr a* THE r. 4 a. t. a, COBPAS FM me Thomas Costlgaa. Edward R. LArtlde List Year
HAVANA KEY WEST'AhlD' real 0. personal at .a just VAteatlon. Burke. John F. Olive. W. W. Erwin I Property With Tbea.A .
NASSAU. to be fixed by the Board of Directors C. The business of this corporation .
I ( i and 8. L. Patterson to me well known -
company called shall be conducted by an fiae piece of
T7w.T11..fhMM show.he at wbleh!tole.lnaf b* ...-... M ant_.. ..,... of this at a meeting as the persons described In and who ,I bay front property,
tte. sh..a1 ...-..tal tkrtf .nrtTl.r.trprt.r*..U... Usi .......,._ ..... for that purpose 1 Executive Commutes of ITS members 'with riparian ngbts, within a few
t:dw 1M 0-,..,M14 a-u *tor uy aelay*r *., OO..rQM\.e' ..... IkarP. subscribed their names to the foregoing ; -a president, a vice-president, 'miant. walk of the business center
Article Four. This corporation shall articles of Incorporation as and 1 ol Miami, being 2SO feet on bay sad
and treasurer The offices
.J continue and have full power to exercise for articles of Incorporation of the secretary 400 feet deep hating a tot of fine
..'10". the V KSA& TIME CAJtft >r Other I oraa&leaf ; \I of secretary and treasurer: shall be bearing trees on it. This Is a fine
{ and operate Its corporate franchise Dade County Title Insurance and '
|f E BEE THE TICKET. ,M3EVT." ; filled: by one and the same person. place for a winter borne.
j I privileges powers and '-nmunl- Trust Company and did severally ack1 .
I The of the officers and
names members -
J. 7X XAEXXR, .a .rf. pass. Agant t|ST. Atrotjamn, 1 Ues for the term of ninetynlae39)! I 1, nowledge that they executed the same I.I 328 Ttclftl Strttt. Silntr Btoct
of the Executive Committee who
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I years from and after the comoence-, I for the purposes and uses therein ex MIAMI. FLA.
are to conduct tie business of the corporatica -
t ment of Its corporate existence -'
i : first
1 until those elected at the
l Article Five The business of this J| IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I save I
election shall be qualified are: C. L F
1 j : shall I be conducted a hereunto set hand and official seal 'I
by
tigkyY BI.AC ITIIIXG company my Robinson president: Chas. H. Garth White Eagle Batter Shor- }
Hors-36iriNg: board of five (5)I directors If this 29th day of February A. ,
war Carriage Works ) s president.first J. F. Olive
I side vice-president; secre-i
f ,B All Kind &o vice-president, second rice-prrsl D. 1904. Poor Chairs. No Waitia .
I a en" I Braiioc soldering !I tary and treasurer and E. A. Dart T, I ,

!! All Nark j i Guaranteed food, Fint-Claas. dent, secretary and treasurer and sty (Seal) J. W. HORNER ,1)1. Leonard, the Executive Commute Best S rvke ia the City.
j I" other such officer ssgents or employes I Notary Pubne In and for 1
j i of said club. A. COLBY : Proprietor.
{.reD.J as from time to Urns be appointed din the State of Florida at Large. .
Shbp may SO-J Twelflk .
(Qoo.1' .A. ,C D. The organization and first annual lust.Clubbing

: ; I I meeting of the members of this dab I I r
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J I I I shall be held on the first Monday la

_ L J J1' MDonald Y
I I'I 'January A. D. 1905. IB the city' of
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f II I L Miami. Florida, at the Seminole j Club

SANITARY I and thereafter on the first Monday in e 0 Rates.You

S E. A ,IB O A R D PLUMBING and 1 : January of each and every year. .
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Article 7. The By-Laws of this corporation save money by subscribing -

'I V14L' IBEHS'i i are to be made altered or reminded $ for the paper

\ by a two-thirds vote of the
Lin
Air 2 Railway SUPPLIES e" you want through
t members of this corporation la good

.k WOR CleTtlud/ I aid RiereU littaryAH << ,,, 1 I any landing bylaw.Article at.the. time of the passage of The '- t


I I' I kind of wheelsfor S. The highest amount of Indebtedness ;L

Savannah.Raleigh Columbia Capiden Southern! Pines sale or rent I '
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or liability' to which this Metropolis. -

Richmond, Washington, t altim re, 321 t ltk. Street lUmi, Fit I j I orporttlon shall at any time subject ; ,

.. |lPhiladelfhia. Ne\\! York. II itself shall never be greater than two- \Ve can give you the ':

: -I IMcNeil1 thirds of the value of the property of DailyTimes-Union '

Three Elegant Trams'Dai; y. the corporation.

Seaboard New! York. LIMIea. & Co. Article t. The amount la value of the Daily Metropolis for .

Seaboard i fee S 10.00 a year, or both .
SeaboardiExpress Mail real estate In simple, or any leasehold I

I I I estate which the corporation may for six months ,few I

Modern I Pqllmin Equipment j: Livery Feed and Sale Stable. I hold, subject always to, the approval $5.00.; 1 :I

of the Circuit Judge., shall not be over ,

TIM a+atrkri 'C... '1.Pr" u. ...11. .4 ..GAulei. u.... rn.p..w.iM ael I ...,.. ,of r"lIm.. 12th Street, West of Railroad.We I 'he sum of $1.500. [ 4k I II
.1_........<<, 't w rt arc.....,..C..... a .,........ ....1 earn ... t/1n. sp-raW 41"AUC1I.11k I ,
..... ..,...... ... .. c. L. F. ROBINSON
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t :tl\wtlr'i.wlt.tt ttAaklwtt.t' ie i .a 'u"'i.luw ii I t' aial
J.rk.svltM L.......4a1lJ." i..kb3Ta4 hi.(r.lI ..i............0.-..e ........ rIorW.U.'WI have gentle horses, broke for ladies to [ride and drive.1.1I T. M. LEONARD. j The ::1:

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Oal I I line o >erat5n.i daily:;, through s eeipers fp mJSCksonviIIC Good Comfortable' e Carriages, J.E. F.A.OLIVE HART. I Daily Metropolis

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N..wOrle.ms.
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to CHAS. H. GARTRSIDE.
: First class Teams and I I
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I I I" : I .1 i Reliable White Drivers. I STATE OF FLORIDA. Semi.WeekJpTifnes'Lnion.

For full infonn,4 ion anlt,' Temper rr'n<4, call ,>r any:agent of t.,1 i iiGDTille : I I COUNTY OF DADE: t

r $ or write On this
i eahoatd, day personally appeared before -
I e4+.+e+i.-.+....f.." t+amt .f ra+.+s + .""H+e+""e-re.e: I me C. L. F. Robinson. M. Leonird. -

1. O. ICD HELL 1 G 1. !IS&, A& Jack Fla.MIAMI. .{ THE H J. F. Olive' E. A. Hart and Chas. $5.50 a year} I

H. Garthslde.{ to me well known as the

S. BDYLSTON.. Jr.. Pass. t. Florida. Pastime Zncu5fru7 ReeorcPublithing ; I :persons described In. and who sabwribed )Weekly Metropolis Times-Unilon and SemiWeekly I.

1 I their names to and executed both
Com : ;

I I .i I I. brr*.*.I sr the Mbltcat. ..f. _.tif.llT (ltl.. 'f P1orid.If.IO .UBs4 RKTpainti. 1..iU hrMupiM. .land for articles of Incorporation of
I 4Ji1ES ... .. ...... ...... .. .n..a..w --- -
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JACKBO't.: < \e a stall lta i. it Eeli. bk a of c-, -- Ilalr t.yCt..et
GRAHAM ttl.
WAX-TEa. ia. IIL PATTERC'I ._ ... .! 14 1 the Miami Can Club, and did severally
hat wk *i*each I MM H.th toed ....-....* to -.... '
Pt..41.1 Vk.Pie.ide.t" i ,-', ... Trea. Cud .b lt Yolt..*T TT|jbnoi*. JU4wr.,. i w rwr I/.0015fFCT4itTlK MW irknowledg that they executed the The :Pompano; Inn;
... a'I ,
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I I'I I i j .rtocrtptkMnliit of_ Ii. 4rp4 ilHMtvaitd. To do .... tmv Ion......[ .......nI,.a .tame for the purports and uses therein I
I' I II Oder i. mad for a Imtw4 fi..irt Fill i*blank f.4k.w ..4 end to Itdi.tna krconi
c. JackMiiTllte F1a..itY..L) I. ailTjr..d TO*. .lll b. rvtrnt f.... owe."' '''...11I I xpressed. I 1 i I... McComb, Proprietor.Pompano
Dade .. -- ,
Qouijty Abstract Cp.I .ript Tb. e.I Jr _. -- 1
,; Even ..._. ... b..e .r .,11\ who ,". I., (!t.ta.nl ..t cud ......... Hi Witness Whereof I have, Hereunto

I ioniOBATIDlk6 I. i ''I .tri parlic.Mrad i"'F tert.e.wt a _...,"will l lKTr 11.-_"'_....by.cal .. let my hand and official seal thisI I Floridt.
| I! (l> \ .. ., Nor. __ ,
I tr T/nuaff. ta *>H aa al"' d MSwwtb seventeenth day of March. A. D. U04. I -
I I .wsa.th.utr.... FlorUa ...... JS )
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< ,!I .,. J t oral. writ.toaaytaduttritlJfecorJ .: iL..a1.e L. A. KIT HELL. Accommodation. tor gentlemen
SFWELL BUIL) FLA.
I I ,. Gomotn :Notary Public Notary Public. : onl,. Produce buyers and solicitors -
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II'I' I Ii ; I SeaL I will''lid that they can
1 i Jaebonvllle, t7a1 ; cover more ia
1 i I territory a day
,...I. **__J alo.pin* &asMfactrMica This MMfflT to...T \tmt I* I My Commission Expires Jaaaary II.1tOI. from here thaa from
Caa.ty. ..- Lbsfa.s -" all sa t.-<-......M "'MIl c.o.n any otte. f
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I I I ,,1 1 :: .' :. |The Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks for a report of their : ...;

Nl lij i I condition at the close of business March 28th, 1904. Below is a condensed statement) of the condition :
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I: I' 1/;/ of the Fort Dallas! National tp which {the public attention IS called, showing' continued increase 1 I 'I'

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I ': 1,1'I, 'Report to'the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of jhe Condition of the Fort Dallas National '


I ;!'. ''I I :1, Bank" at the close I of business larch 28th, 1904. '
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I A.Ssets,:, I H-iaftoilities.. j

'I j. I Loans and Discounts. $i 6a-.Q55 =:-4 Capital Stock. . :....'. .. ;... .I .$100,000 oo 1! 1

I ,I I Overdrafts . . . . . . 25018 Surplus. . . . . . . 2.000001 i i -r -
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I I I .t'. S. Bonds to Secure CIrculation. . 25,000 00 I Profits . . .. .. ... I.. . .. 1,569, 73 '

s J' i'' I I I Premium on the same: . . . .. 1.t37,50, I National Bank notes, outstanding.... .. 25,000 00 I

I I. I I 1)adeCountyBonds. . . . .I.' 5,00000 )ej} osits . . . . : . . 262 070 93 I ,
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I j U. S. Bonds owned). . .|. I : I I
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: Due) from I '
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Bankot\ewYork..1o 19,15988 -
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''I I : ; 'i Due from National' Bank of I :

; I J .1( :' j Jacksonville; )F 18,3946 j I 'I H !

I : Due from Mercantile I .\ :

'; 'I I change Bank of ? Ex-I' 7.336 13 I I i Ij i .

j!, Due from Trust Companies of; : I _
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I. ; New York. .I. . . .. ,17S0020 I i I'
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Due from State I :
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i I I"" Bankers. . .'. . .. 10,24908 ,I. I I'ij' E 'I' I ,, I I

r II I I I Due from U. S. Treasurer.. 1.25000 1 I !

i I J I Cash ,>nhandin\-au1t.; ,,.. '33. 263 8,.J53.783_

.; j i $390.640 I
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i "- .\ I '; >']IMMIGRATION- ]' INSPECTOR SCEA.i : I ;I WENT FOR ] WALK. I II I : I :-

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1 THE (CH 'CHESr '[ Bj Chinaman for False Arrest and IrapriionmenL But, ,Returned: a Mrs. Instead of MissLeaving mnlmmmminnlmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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I ;1 Jack i nville. Fla., April It.-Yong I : her borne, upon the subter- -::: ". I I

f Kow, .. through his. attorney fug that she was going to f alk to the -- .,! 3 '

; :E!. CHZR H SOt T1L+Sub$4l l I Walter ]i. flails. yesterday I J,. ,er uith, her affianced liabe! 11.I ..,.- --::: /a :=::=:

!:' a Ia.t itne Peril' olj< fCaglectjSunday brought wit against United States InU I d left t e parental I roof Tuesday --- --se

t c 'eves' "' t resumed the ,-!subject rial HEvlia I cl..tast laddebtal Sundayevening I migration Inspector P. H. Stratton. In ,, nlgjit and ben she returned I ,eaterI a-r--- :--:::

't to Nnr and Crowing City. II i the clrfult} court for I3.0UO, on action I d morning U was to Inform her' -::: :-se::::

f Ill, f --4 of false arrest and malicious Imprls- 'mother that she was Mrs. Wunderlkk ,E =-=
l FIRST 1L El CH CH.-rT$ and! wu no longer to be known by ; :::::
morning I at the First )f. &.1|Cbarchjthe -
; .* arrested In JacksonI -
of I Tool!: Ko wa )maiden name says the Times-Union. :_:: ::::
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pastoej, win preach 1 on subject a -
i rills\ on the night of March 15. when Herndon was a clerk In the =
"Eassjin Zlon> At 7:1S pi a tfiere I i Mlsa .- _
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will 0(. revival service. the fret of a the general round-tip of the Chinese I glove and hosiery department of

.m.iOC|| rfviyal meeting coat prill' I i Joints was made by Inspector Stratton I: I'u(chgott's store. )lr. WnndrHIck STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAl

eonUnne (or some( time. There ji jibe IU and his d putlf'll, and was placed i' in ''.until Tuesday was also a salesman In = 0 _.se I .
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se vlcee 'lever* night next ..weekt.WJtteept' rat the county;I I.jail over night The next ,,the' employ of the Kurcbgott company E :3: Please coos der this 'Strictly CaWidentwi "
On Tusy '
patnrday. .'afternoon hb was arra' ned befori Com- Wnnderllck call- ,
Bight'Rer. I. RadW. DO. j j vill Tuesday evening Mr
preach:1--1'. All sip invited to attend th missioner tlrchlbald. and was dismlsBed. the home of Miss Herndon The B We Guarantee Our Clothes. 1

MI'TIcea." I .,I; I as hej produced his certificate. I tat& lady lives with her mother lat I ; -mmmrnmmmmmmmmmmnn I
Yon Kow, 1s ahis lucky cross-eyed Cb'!- i
v Seventh street It appears :
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FIRST ,BAPTIST CHURCHjf-At,, the a.maD and ecrtlficate. which ha I ==
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< First Baptist Church tomorrow the I I| produced tjo the court bore a photo- that Mr. Wunderlick Informed the girt I == I I 'If"W ==

pastor. Rev. wm! E.:8t&11toe. ''wfll,hare i s I graph of !.f lmlr|, which: was a good that he Intended taking a trip north == E want to say a few words to you and we wish'you to == .
; for ate a.er4ng subject "Meat to Eat i likeness : I as !be waI, no longer employed by the == "
consider =
them "STRicru
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That Tel Know Not Of: Or the >Secret ,| The Cinllese ctlzeu of JaabamrfUaare Fnrrligott Company, aad when he took C we
of Joy and Refreshment In 'Christian I I very' /indignant and' claim that they j I blsj departurefrom the house the | I i I not wish to injure the feelings of competitors. What we =

Work. Evening subject..JLving were rounded np without the least I young lady Informed her mother that == ; wish to say is this. I ==
EpUtlea,,"t t. t naming!: and slapped In jaiL The chIn I sh4 mould walk to the corner w lth theyoung = "
= "TiiE SeREsT'A\' of being satisfied with suit =
: PRESS TERIAN CHU1 :CI!.- A'' t Me m"D think that their cases should$ !I man. The mother sever aUl'- your sand -
Presbyter. an Church i tOlD wrow mnnjIng ''' hive been quietly Investigated by the I I ,getting I tha( It was a rune on the part ,:f= getting your money's worth. is to buy it here. We =;=
will J '" of Government officials and not as roughly !, of the girl: o leave home raised no objection :se- don't wh
KIM Kolb sing >e Sy* I know a single customer is sorry that he traded j:
and crudely as It was done. and retired immediately thereafter. :
Bethlehem at 7:30 choir .
: p. n. fbe .== here but we have seen a who "WisiiED THEY
I great
win sing .:he anthem. "Shadows of the Walter M Davis, attorney for TOIle -=- mary ;::;
Evening o..r.At. the It of4ilock'ser-"' Kow. stated yesterday that the lawplainly The surprise and alarm of the mother :E II All. I :=::;;

vice the fcaator I will preachComfort pn "Solid j reads that warrants must be ; may be magi: ned.however, then she j E The reason? Our clothes have individual style. They =: "
M Simple evening j' based on a sworn complaint, and the went to her daughter's room yesterday : 3
"Bt'llalall> fight In arrest made upon the warrant It is I rooming,:to call her for breakfast and j are made by ,the best makers in Am :rica. They are different ==
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t. Trut-J. illeged that the arrests of the Jacksonville found that the bed bad been> undlsturbed. | j== I from other clothes you see. The price? Well it is easy E=
The replications cluster I Chinamen were made without and that her daughter was not j==
for discount in the =
us to any prices aty. We are showing a =
around t he i!"senatorial sltnatioa" must i warrants, and that they were placed there. j j- I
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be a aoufr* of great affliction to our I In! Jail \Illegally. It Is further alleged Horrifying: visions flew nroujch!: the j!=-= Fancy Homespun Suit at $,8.5, which is sold erywhere at ==
temporary' i the Sta,. If I the announcement I that the warrants for their arrest were brain of the mother, and she began ''a I J i=: Sl2. 50. -
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of F. M. Hudson. as a candidate DOt made but until the following: day ;I I hysteric' search o(| the premlnee and -
against! Hon. Wade H. Jones j and ,after they hat .remained In Jail notified !the neighbors. She called Jp I":j:: The reason? Wej' have, too many and they must be ==

complicated natters what mast thewithdrawal several hours. !the newspaper offices and asked that' I{[ sold. Our f i o.o0 and $ 2.00 suits are by far the best to be E=

of the latter from the race :, The suit brought by Yong: Kow has :.they aidj In the _""II. j.:...:. I had for the price. \Ve parry 'the 'largest stock of clothing in =
altogether and the eomlar GIlt''cl )I. & caused+ much talk about Jacksonville.\ Just at the moment that excitement J ::::
Sana be to I[Bra. Wager! If the Star It Is a suit that will be an Important I around the loose was running to a fe- j:: Dade County and can fitan)! please you. E=
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-with. Its, well-defined bul,dog {,tenacity litigation In which the Chinese population rrr heat over the disappearance> the' jyoung j= : -
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for e j>v'.rtfll'C'1 win adhere to tta newly Is deeply Interested. The attor- lady I turned a p. and coolly aaI i' I I I I _

announced [policy' of right of{ priority J neyt-for the plaintiff has secured sev.eraj Bounced that she had been married to j:S..:......:.. ."!!IL. .. ==
ct aaaowaeeaMBt wa are doubly sure!! witnesses to testify. behalf I her caller of the night before and that J 'r" ;;I.a. :::::
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that the came of F..M. Hadson will Yong Row, and the salt promises there was ao canoe for alarm. Her S I
stand al Its head aa its choice' for{be aa Interesting one when It conies husband\ was not with her. however, i: i i"riiM.
State aeaator ..... his announcement I off; I The happy couple will spend their I J!i | JOHN SEWELL!! & BRO.t: -

waa ...... before that of. M. & Inspector Stratton was seen yesterday honeymoon at Crows Bluff on the St .... Believing'that the Star will be and stated that the act of Congress Johns. and will then locate In Miami. i== .... ..i 3
consistent 'or boat, wa ar getting)j was his authority la making: the, They hare ,many friends here wbf.I ji : >E r.EEEFEE E FEiILULUWWUiLUW1UUlWWWU11UWWWWLUllULUWWWWWWlUUiUWWWIUIUWUj. :::::!
ready to hotter Hooray for the Star, arrest of the Chinese, and that he apprehended I have beef> Interested by their romantic : 3
sad F. )Lj1Indioe.-Coooa; and Rock-li' no serious trouble as the!I .eCI4111L1! and" who extend' eon...-tula- w :::::
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