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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 27, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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1, No. 117. ICorn"I,***e.. MIAMI, FLORIDA, WEDESDAY, APRIL 27. 1904. tt: :: Price 5 Cents


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PUPILS l DR. JACKSONUONORED(;

FACTORIESARE. liem.Mntli. ..n'S..... Ih.ml.! hlrrHtale OF MIAMI SCHOOL i started portion at of midnight thin l.tfelk dii.>.lroed...OIin" a M greater Ian of

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Con. ..r L S If. April :rT.-The renewalI
Jo.\Qns TEXAS IUVZH

WANTED I of the old .-,.ni.| .rtin.., between this factions Slate. makesIt of theIimnixrallc !I ENTERTIANED THE PUBLIC : Houst.Hl Te"as. AprilFIre: early .

today destroyed' Dine business houses at
there will\ be two tickets I
"n.hR" that
State The loss will amountto
'1 Joaquin this
for delegates. to the national con'entl 1I I
1I *..00"' with a partial Insurauc
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rv 'n st the State contention which assembled I '
I
here today The sentiment prevslled RICK PLANT liUKNED

before the gathering of the convention !;: Splendid Performance at the Auditorium Last Night New Ork-uns. AI.rI.Th. rice plant

The Board of Trade Active 1 Instrm..that! the delegates mist not be I I II and burned mill today at A causing.hrtil>". a this loss...of....f70.ttN. :has |1 Made Vice-Presinent Florida

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: For Benefit of Boy's Athletic Association The plant was hirtialry insured.

For Cigar FactoriesWILLADYERTISEFORTHEM TWO FIREMEN I1CRNED I I I Medical{ AssociationAT

New ork. April :!T Two firemen aresuppiswd '. 1
J.C''SI'JTt\T. BOILKRPlttsburg. 'XI.0810S.
I to bar been burned to deathIn 1 : I

a fin that ......tro.f'd' the Stanley Snap I

Works on West 'Thirtieth Street early One! of the Largest Audiences That Ever Assembled in Miami I I I Railroad locomotive. April II.-boiler A Baltimore exploded.*early Obi

this morning The damage will amount s

11:*"'*. Other property: adjoining was this morning at Bra/Urn and aa a result THE ANNUAL MEETING
*
I'I't. '" badly damaged Greeted the Young Folks...Musical and Vocal Renditions three. men are dying and three are seriously 1

i Injured, and five houses wrecked

J NOMINATED SITPREME COt"FIT Were Splendid as Were All the Character Sketches two of which wen burned.ltl .

-- JUDGE I


,, Washington April :T:!.-The President today and Specialties...Object of the Boys
flats Discussed Freely at the Meet"r nominated Justice Peter C. Prttchard. -

of the Supreme Court. District of Athletic Association- Explained New York April H.-A report from .
V
-1D9 Held last Moht-President Columbia as I'nlted States Court Judge Atlantic City says a steamship Is ashore I the Most lateresJJj-j Ever Held

for the Fourth Judicial Circuit In succession .1 By President Hall.The : three miles off that point probably the
f
Browi Wffl Visit Eastern Cities of the late Judge Chas Slmonton I British. steamer Cralgnonk. from Matan- and Rules formulated WIfl Tend to

Intludea Maryland ... New York with of I
The Fourth Circuit t lo a ergo sugar.
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North Carolina. South C'aroU."Imn'" The vessel is resting In a good. positionand l Increase the Membership of the \
few and WB Give IbIs
II Days j
I and West Virginia. Judge Pritchard was an effort will b* mad to float her at
entertainment given lost evening | to the point. |H* took thai opportunity
foiHMrly fnlted States Senator from high tide.DEATH. Assoclatton--Dr. Jaclsoa ;
.
I Tells of
Matter Some Attention-Other North Carolina and served' upon the supreme In the school Auditorium for the benefit t* tell the aucienc* of the' work for the rMating

bench of the District f Columbia. of. the no,..' Athletic Association called. )I Boys' AthleUoJAasoclaOon, and to thank OF A LITTLE CHlLD.-Th

Business Tranacted.reeahur j those present tat the Interest they showed home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Goethe has t
out on* of tb* largest and most apprerlatlv -
I Iin the .
rrRNTTfRE FOR VAULT.-The furniture cans { their patronage but night. again been visited by the band of death, !

for tbe vault la the clerk's office audiences that Miami has ever made H* explained !that the money made by by the taking away of their Uttl Umontnsold -

hi the new court hour amvea today. up AU of ...... who took part knewthat th* entertamawnt would b* used ,.. the babe. Frederick WUu.ua..ho

be position as soon aa Mr. beginning of fund to build a abediiel died about the hour yesterday. ,
sand win put they were playing before friends and i at nova Dr. J M Jackson returned
thja!
A meeting of tb* Board ofi John Prang agent for the Dlebold Safe I athletic 1IeI4)a: tbe lots back or.tb The little one bad suffered for several from Live Oak moaning
did best where he baa
t
'Ir.rJ' born ta S
school A attendance -
,,...i was bU but night. President W. C.. arrives from Jacksonville The furniture yard. place of this kind wouldbe weeks and a fw days since .hopes were at the .
regular
......i presiding and B. RTatum act- consists of steel shelving file case. On account of the confusion resulting of untold value In this community entertained fc* his recovery but He who Florida State Medical mtmc of the
I I Association
la the absence from the the vault U ready from the Memorial Day arrangements, where there I* almost nothing for boy. and at
toe aa secretary table, etc As soon as 1'0 death all thhigs well, wished It otherwise which bead
by being made
first
I do outside of
city of Mr. Biackmaa. / Clerk Dearborn win move Into the new which Interfered with the regular school school hour bat mischiefMr. and the paretna of the little one. vice-president of the. aam.

A mmmaalrallira waa read from Gev- .tIN from bis t-resent. quarters.TO I those to charge of the tickets Han haslreeently been made prealIdent and then sympathising friend hnmMybow Dr. Jackson say that the .
program of the Athletic meeting was
!i Association and has 't
oraer Jennings lathing tbe board to at. la submission to His will. Tb funer- I one of tbe best In the
history: of the
had no end of trouble about'tb reserved determined toito something for the assoelation. .
too the Panama Canal Convention to beheld WORK ON I boys.His rJ service wen held at tbe family borne t About seventy-flve members attended .
: MART.SIQl'E.-Ed-1 seats and many who cams late found 1 add.aleh' showed the deep
at Tampa beginning May tilL Upon ward Murphy, _' on Avenue C near Fourth Street at t and much interest and enthusiasm ,
however Interest he take In the
their pUtcee occupied. Again children under .
grottos the Invitation was ceurteousiysloept.d i Stevens Engineering .. his clock thla afternoon th* Jt.... Fulwuudsnd I was manifested In the orgaaliatlon and
Miami courtesy cam to the front and car, whflb the attentive manner In
and the president authorised I eam down this morning to do some work only a very few complaints have beethard. : which tbe children .. well as the olderpeople Pust-o officiating The Interment was the Indications are that It win grow ......- 1.

.. appoint aa many" delegate. aa be could J' on tbe machinery' of the steamer Mar I listen** to his remarks showed st 4 o'clock under the direction. of Undertaker 'n the next year to a much. larger andllourienlne '1 '

get to attend. tlnlq.il. H. M. King propensity. 4
The following was th* JK'Otf1'IIct..-: th* great respact.ynd affection they have "
.
A letter from L. W. Pterc of Lemon PART L for him f These meetings. l>r. Ja .kson says' an 's

Oty. was read, making the following offer of vast benefit '0 the medical fraternity p'alnlereating
I L Captivating Overture.Brhout Orchestra After public thanking Mr. Wad Mather -
,.. dear factories If established at RULES ARE ISSUED paper different
CAMPAI6NGLU6METQuite on diseases.treaties .
Claude Broma and Raymond Waldln, violins one of DM High :ached 1.,- .. forth ."
Lasses City: On abe of hud near tb* Work etc are read The member
: Roddy Burdln" cornet: W. W. excellent b* did In assisting lathe .. ,
depot log factory alto sad fin other bulM- I discuss all matters .pertaining to their a. :
arrangements for
the
Hall cello Maude Willard, entertainment
piano.i .
to Iota for a ascend factory one build- ; prvfowiun exchange blKis and In that
Vr Hall the
I UenamV Grand Mai-rh.. ... ..Orchestrar tol4 audience of a pun for
es
lot Mtaltt feet on the county rock'road wa) post tbemnelves Home doctor .
field may
a day to b held
: We Welcome You .... .B.hoo Chorus by tll.L..u..n
; far another B good building lota I ,tie, V.. have a new and better WMT ..f treating .f
i. Lullaby. _........... .... Isaliel TurnerThe t day ai Kay. They hitMle.t.
Upon motion Mr. Plerc '* letter was referred By Russia to Foreign Newspaper .1 in ..' f... ....t.... In which all men a List of New Members Admitted a disease If he has he lefts his brother :
> House that Jack BuUt-Prom (>!>
i I members shunt ...
to the Committee oa Jtlanufaetares.A >*r* active ode honorary and by so doing the
_. ... may enter. and
Orule F.naloC". Nellie Gi eIdattle
letter from J. W. Johnson, of Key Correspondents. lug the ouan,nlne the most e f the five Last Mght. profeMhtn Is .sli\. to what is being dodo ':1' '_1

West regarding the matter of alto for Jermlpras.4Mlntan..k+atr,'1'h-Mse> or r e -dnlltrs' taken from and the a iMfmcnt n.edkat skill i*
BaT &JamCwaareferred f- Pratt. Jo. CIa...,.,.. Guy I-aBn-e. J..IliisRorkner the making , factories .. bo located isws Intlon funds Is olTerVd To en-
Robert Ta 'lor. Xe Is .
.. th. earn* --" Tb.gs.tfos > George -n -o.ir.it. the I. '.. Mr hall asked |f thrrewere I Another thing ,the wsiH-latkin did/ Dr
Neil Ilitnlin.. Otis Ilurh-in,. Heriiert iikMin .. I .
af clear factories was discussed any i', he audience who felt like \ was to < hinre the rules of

at conakl .iabl length, many suggestionsas Tke OLlaatkms They Must lake Mete \'anlandingbam. Edward FaudeL gH'Irg a doll ii nrixe. for the nenarite con metnl.rshli. whhh now preiu.rit.es that

to the best plans to be pursued havingbees ; e. We Meet Again .. ....Mule QunrtettrT le.t. and In 1".1: minute th.. following Tie' Club WI Hold i Mrtllmj heat MOBdi i plusauu. t,, become :i member of the .

made by those present. It... no- Jap..netPuratol IHill-Fr..m 4th hard rrMi.imle.1 II' tnf 1..1 jump. Drllurt.fleston Stile. ,VJ.WH L.H,K mi.Kt first tvi.ome a .

Aftmcd tk lilt Front with Grade: Ijjrlle Perk ........ kr Ralienl MjhtAflrrtbeSpmb memlr of the m-du-nl
ehe
ttw IJoortrud. I counts -
h rin
ally decided and the president was authorised .1! : eh :Mr M. ''ullmigh. 1-i.rdyf
( .. Qulgtt. Edna n.>ne. ....1'y hundred artl ... in which .... reio..4 All r.Minrie. must
In Tobacco -etr. T
advertisement ) W
Hither
-a.
to place an ; I By Mr. (Ictrl.A
a trade paper published In New' Russlai Troops. j i iI Agnes Pope. IVjIpjr tk 11'1...... MarianDever. ihn.wlns' th4 Burner: Mr J C ."...r- I f ;: h.t\e H..JM. tMKints This. he Frt.watt tend !

Tort stating that Mima waata clear I i Loretta Alm-iul' Mlllan liarprr netheinitl ,- tlv hot. )fro J. "= lo i... ree he membi reship <* the Mate"

liberal I Dora 8e...-ll. Alma '" Isn. ChllllrX i tint) .a,,.t _,wld 1.. It. effl. ""n.., an h.....'... s
factories and t* prepared t* offer ;I -
.
todnromeate to the right partis. for the '. The work for the 14.ys'.l.t r A<*e;.- h li ".....t Is ver) rratlfjing and I f..... M dm,t'tr *.M.|*| pan the ",..'" %ss.-

*j-aabment of good ufastantial facto- I IMr. elation ... .. .. .. .. .. .. Mr hull orL' red for the comiig io.ltlmesi short meeting ..f the IRovinTzllaferroCampaign I' Luau SIIN..I ........"liir In the rountylHHir.1

Brown president of tbs Board Port Arthur'. A..I1t"1I1..U. toit I PART 11Southern Hi lnu and girls ('J.." .ns hekl "last nightthe .., taking'u Interest w hite\erlni tIn

otiserved ) a ir >erre..uuk 'na v'tn '. JU-lles. .. ..... ... .... .()rr' .-.lrI .. After another well-rendem wlertlonfrom business tome b. rrte.tv ....... -ed ..f In.nler this t IIH* the) In mini Instantesmere
visit of
I Mated that h < to aume
expects .... 1
Eastern dues the early part of May ', Is* RII. i irmti. | iflflel 1 .: :w. Ii *. The AuctHHim-r. ... .... ......Quartett.I! the orchestra. Mini K..Ih. :Mrs i .. t., uiloa those ireneul- ,., alirmith n..l fimiltsr with wrwl M going on
Doe Thej= car*"K .J.v' ',S .' furvV'.l I .
would devote some time to I. n.pn j!I Ml*. K..lh. :\1... fhtille. :Meitrv. Hall | Chime Mess, R. .:. Hall and KoH Ibmrd .>f Trade. meeitntThe I, |..,. .-.t.'i.iIK m ibelr own tics n an.1

[ and looking that Into h*the matter to see If aurae of pars *r. required"from to have their letters. of pcommendation. 'I Ii and ....Ih. 'I ..I.h :Mb>. Rush an accompitntM. sane"The follow" new men-l..r.. were en i, onntk and /...n.e>|i.. roll) afloat discus* "i.

guverneeotuto 11. Color rtI-'rom and Grade: Ilemie .Anctloneer" In th*.lr u.ml flne n.lle. intelll..VTtlin\ .li,eie or lr.".tles out- <

the people engaged ta clear manufacturI :!i the Russian foreign office. .n.' every ;| Itunlltie Oretrhen Hind. Jessie Pratt. \ t-' i Me. of their own |...ntovn..l exMrie. ..oeThe
I b Induced to make a proposition ptTh. \ tll.ml! 'I ;;
tag ea coresiondeiit must promise In mritlng .
believed', K-Uth:' Turner. Theret-a Hllllnnl Angle i .1 '1'.1 Illtle' girls ,.f the C..l.r' c <: Phinu' rMint tenl.al J-mr.i.ue .Ju..1
to the people of MlamL It.. not to divulge secret dlspntibes or critifisej I I ..
McLen.kr.TableauA. Drill went right Into the hearts uf the meet or month or as often rtlhor
I Ihi" Wm. .
I liberal subscription can be secured A IU.I.I in.Chs .
that a the orders of those In comm.indThey I
C HrMulene people They seemed' to enjoy every wise .is M tie trt' \1'11.-se meetirHC" .1".1"t.
I Imnm. K 0 -
her for this purpose, and that Inasmuchaa :, must similarly agree to give .... .. .
.. .
ti Pantomlne: My Faith Ixmks to Thr.From rot tW .....n' l.. for<- the came la New York. Philadelphia.Beeskly. .. and avoid t I. .( liaJUMJno -.
factories accounts of exents Irresponsible ,
.1 nth Oracle: Ruth IlIn...... :Madi and did full credit to heir ..... in the fit."" hoarrd..ire" pnrnote-l In this
A A.MIson. .
I i
.. Cincinnati and other places are reports. They are warned that Cannon f..nthl.1 iJi ".ith. .> i ire kept pieted on k -
Titckrr Ada Vehna
Lee. j
| ceaUanany moving south that w* caaF I j I th* vent of an Infraction *.f these regulation Sevttta.IEleanor | And the "BrMal Scene" was < "s Muller at rmslkil .iff.lr.., and ..o.oneqtienulymake
Mini. Laura HoM-lnhrud. Stella' .
..run _F of them No effort will b* I I I *. Indiscretion or any wanton act.I : mule J o W rlseetlngJlio letter .,...1 more In..llncent members f.

at she Board of Trade I I I they will be sent home I Mix I R John. on n.I .
I the part .
.pared oa ., .f the State' h.wni
II The JuilyVaitersFrom the High \\ the sweet voice of ]Ills Stella Mix J. 'tJ
I .
A C.iuKlass.It .
I to ameiaplMi I Irufcral thin word AU corrcerjondents are absolutely prohibited 8rhnol : mnrinr the words of "My Faith Leeks 4 In this riM".ntt ill |.beiet.ini ex.ept tan ,
from the admiralty docks : war defined that n meeting of the
visiting Head Walter French Mis'Nolen.German. up to Tband the softpsnim 't I I, ire memli* ii< of the fminlv lM..r.l and -tt.II
LAID TO REST.of work shops or naval establishments or club w.uM I.. hell next M..Lty night *fn .. ....
of piano and violin the >mine icixetil.y 1 I these two. J. .n exprr-.is. the
I harbors roads Mr. W.ldln. Miss Smam.lmwb / after the II. .. .rank .
boats In the speaking Clarke
or *
from using
: : girls from <} -i.-' h ,. V WHI I fotful opinion will lw .>me men lees ... the) canreiillU "t

the Late ;:M Morrison HoldThin thAt I lead to port Arthur or Vladlvostnck.J I Mr Pine. Miss Myrtle W lll.r.l. The flow whit, renew. lherr... rfjl bo"0; annound to id.lrioM thepoil. see lit* Iy,..JI, lo be flerlvetl from t t1.
"i J ebb. Mr Smith M.... Ellis.Darhe ..
-
correspondents must nut ask of Miami In the
cxcepI building when
Morning.Tb irestures sn lox Flt f''' .11 mule ipicture : .....b..nurc.inte.iti.KiKitDiNt
I tlon to be made hi their favor and upon > Mr. "m..;'. Mbw Maynard. I' the club meetings are heklPresklenl __ I .i
I that a .xgol..lte Miss Cnlrr.their .
arriving at the trout must report to headIgtarters j Accompanist Miss Wlllard'K E. T i!>'ington announced th .the i \\ : \NM\rnM\iir: ;
funeral of the late M. M. Morrtoon teucher. leserves much pruise First 1
I with credentials and an authenticated '! Grand Avenue Twostep..OrrhetraIt. had re.fved a qnantlt) of advertising ., delightful lime In-I \enlng artcp1.nt
the red Of eot'r-e Oie h', of th. evenh.it acre
held ibis mnrnlne from photograph Goodnight .. .... .... ...School Cb<..ruAftrr mdto"r for distrilnitkHi and In ..t the elecinl home of Mr. and Mrslv
the
of tb The Jolly Wallers, Thrwere .n..ln- I use
In the northern port cityr I __ the school orchestra had rendered" 'interest "t Mr Taliaferro .. H J..h".n...> Fourteenth 8tre l. It .
well named f the ma'the aud.lcstsoul s andM.icand > ..
friends attended ai h' or I
deceased )
of (CHINESE DETAIN ASlERll'ASRGO j an overture with aa much skill as Is }[ that th_ I t...jiig the \enl .*f their . who Kill make
feel ll Mil Th.number use ofcame -
.. UM Carpenter Ca. .. which In the n< J.> % over
shown I orchestras j I.n..h..n! J
by nKvt I".f.1 r
greed eat In a body and had charge of I i Is ai ether of Frank Rr.atnw'uclever are requested to call al the .NewsON. ,.. -'=1
the chorus. composed of flfty-two children Natiin s .nwa niile 'p.'n the Mralon ;
.
New 'Jork April J7-The Herald Peklnr.irrespnnoent musll entertain men IK. nod In Itself and secure a sitpplvThe :1
.
loa Interment.rrlre marched to the stlge In perfect step I as ill la.wtit M'.metl io truly hope :
cnblee hAt owing to HHI meeting adjourned until next Monma u it
conducted at the r""Id"" fher. when *" veil given ss by the Mi.iml -
were she .nul.t on man othvr ir.a'h nTaslons .
and sang "We Welcome You.Mr.. H.illha )
af the Flint PAPr I gnat, fear of the Chinese Governmentunknowingly High Schn- rlrln and huts la alone wellwnr .1 ') olght.,
W. K. lltan'_ 1 I' 4
I..r the and irlar Th. 1
I.f trained the children most carefully worthy p>H> c-.uple .
laws.Il ,
M was In the vlolitlng neutrality h the twice of admlswlon The < h.iracters -- '
Inter iret
TIM
lot C'rdL. and It ".. wonderful to note how exactlythey gentle queen of the night, sheep her s..rte tn _
the rules concerning t'OtIt".ho -
undertaker *l. M. Klne- Interpret repr c sting fire nationalities were
Ity"T by followed the beat of his .......... Thevoices ). In lerfe. I Imlle i s II acre to re- i 1
I of In such an exaggeratedaianer A GU.A DATFire .
war
floral offerlne were numerous and I tvwlnm.sl! i. th and played their rollsexcellently
blended very harmoniously and rlnd the genial ho*| and bueK-ss of the
as to serlousl Interfere with k'gttb.nt. -
II would be difficult to tellhtch
autlfal.
: | coming front the happy tares of tips little times of yore when vows acre plighte.1 1
commerceAt we >_t They mere all.leltcloiislv IjfMim, Intend tit Ha,e TiHirnamentand .
folks were excefUonallypleasing. In the dam ro.Niiilirbl seem l.* t... ...> ....t-
present the) ar "detaining' Shang- ".
MEMORIAL ERc-IIt.S. f' nnr and the numWr was Dlsplaya. .
The little Isabel Tur- The K n"... lis a ne breezes. ;,jj
Lullaby Song by ) too
... tin plates, teaa .
American of
an cargo
.. .
I applauded vociferously the dinner had 1 The members of the fir, department I II..e
: : ner. "Prlma Donna of the flrst-grade. ..-.l m.wh t.. the pleasure and comfort I
has
.. ..
lets festordny' Aflevnoon as AnnouncedPy id .. The American minister protested to be served the second time and then held a large and enthuslHstlc meetingat 1 1I '"'
minister affairs.DONT made a great hit. She Is not bigger thana amt broucht forth Muilril from pertfloe -) 1)I
: of I i
i to the foreign
The Metroi ..us. the ntNltene wnnted more I their. hall. last night The biddies arepiirtlriilHrly -
mlnnte but her sweet vole fllled the prcMentTbe "
In order to svoid, Interfering with recitations Interested making July fa
I lance room giving every word distinctly entertainment wa. an informal i
.
As stated ta the Metropolis yesterday IMPRESS RfglilANS.St the JoDy Waiters have tmctlcedoutside I gala day with a Bremen's tournament.
I I Her teat her. Miss Colyer. played the ac (I aft ilr arranged by Mrs Johnston a mostagreeable ]
> Ooafederate Memorial emeretaes were of school hoiiiK .t'r...o"i and In protrehnlc' dliq.lay' etc thai will attract
i I St. Petersburg. A"rliThe: crossing companiment.Th hi...leas. without the knowledge .
I to the afternoon. Tb Ands seat the evening and In a.lt/tlu kept up with firemen and people here frown alt pointson 1.
.f the Talu river by Japanese force does next aumhf'r."The House t..1h..11 of :Mr Johnston or his mater Miss CoraJohnston
1 the comer of Twelfth StreetAvenue their regular work timer Mm irpenter' I th* east constTh .
B it .ml...... the Russians. In view of then Bum" given by ""pI"'from the4th I A few neighbors and friends
O at SJ o'clock, and was I: To their "n."la"r., Hall'spatient I 1 matter was discussed at length and _
of rrade was decidedly clever Under were Invited in .\ery quiet way Flinch
Japanese reverses .
y attended by Veterans. Sons ffteteraaa. port. drill' '. toe their <...at success I i the universal opinion was that such '
These reports became more persistent Miss. Rlckards rertlon thoh.Wren haul ss the mode <*f entertainment for some
city onVml sad other who day should he arranged ami they sill to .t newt .*..lay. and caused a general rise learned their lines perfectly Tbeier. i time which was spirited and contestedas .
assembly ,
had from the point of The evening ck--,1 with ."f wing making actlie arrangements f.jrth 4
t.1 prices on the Booty. but so far no Is one of Frank L. Itristow's. and cannot nice and appropriate prixes war* offerrd -
Irboat Auditorium where appropriate bv the rho,... "f1ou '...abl," and Ih. urg same
.inrmallon of the reports has been .*- help but be entertaining and It waa especially Mr R. F Wells won the gentlemen
herb crowd left satlsfled.Leaving The F E. C Ry will I.. asked to put
were 'f.4ved officiallyCONFIRMATKttT well done hint night The character pn.... and Mrs IV Homer the .ladlesprise -
Frees these the veterans and the ladle* .. out of count the pleasant ores on a rate to encourage visitors. Cltiaenswin
hi certainlygood. both of which
sketches brought were were presented veryauacf
.* flowers took eaniaeea and went hit furnished thaw lucky enough to be he requested to support, the movement
NO OF BOMBARD- fully by ttflh! .eo.t.n.r mhlchvery
the cemetery where the graves of the present th* fine opportunity given the I and If all the other plans the boyahate
.MEI o"'r. The mule quartette following was especiallv 'i tempting refreshment were servedon /
heroes were decorated. It being late public to see s little of the excellent work I In view materialize then la no doubt'
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bad St. Petersburg. April ST.-Tn* Admiral- well received. and had to answerto timid..... Th remainder of the ,
th. evening when the Harris but what a splendid program will be arranged -,
don In our public arhonl I* worthyof
went to t. baa no confirmation of the report that an encore.Nest being evening was spent mostly I In ouch visitor
Snluhed. Many ethers also and carried out. '
throughout t'. onsaa has ben bombarded. cam the Uttl maidens from Japan special _DlloD. Not only by the well i relating bis or her experience In Miami.
tb roe wlcee .
cemetery.
ro the Parasol Drill. With Mrs almost all being Comparatively new arrivals
to the i wem- trained pupils' on the stag, but throughout
bimrAeajsHfalk and befitting FOR NEXT- SEASON.-Pr. and Mrs. P
ETTRAT!: MCLK.-A mute belonging tot Chalk as accompanist and fresh from the |

\ tie aobW doad. '.e county strayed a few days ago and careful. drilling of their taacheri; Mis the boos tber was aa air of school T. ftkaggs bar leased their residence i* The general verdict was an all.wise Prov.. _

BiaCATNB.- e ta but beard .f about Lemon 0.,.. Any Corpew. the Utl kimono gins did their I Ibest. j loyalty thai Is never better shown. Teachers Mr H. A. Casperfeld. of New York City Menr gtiMe'1 us hither Then every on. ,

NSP CTLI1 STEAMER and Chart.' t e Ir formation aa to Its .__.. will On of tbe best features. of this ,i and pupMS work together most harmoniously for the next season. Mr. Cssperfeld has: bid the lovx couple many good wishes n

W. A. Shaw Inupuctere .1 hal and thankfully received and payment willb number was the song sane to the time I giving the Institution the air occupied the _.... next door daring .trod happy returns of the day and (eemelloath
Goebrament
viii.. mad for Its ears and return to JohnR. of AnM Lane .......' by tb little olds '. this winter and to a* delighted with the to depart but lingered keg and late
with baadquarura ta Jack of a large. woll-_", family circle. .4
morning far t purpose 01 141 at county convict camps Mrscajm slttlne hi the posture la which they tak.1 city that be baa already arranged for the to hear tile but not of the charming

i dawn ibis C. R gt.amer or Snake Creek. Tb mole la hdr tea.I when oa* member's happiness Is the next winter's sojourn", by securing. this plane mnslc so .-leverty rendete.1 by Mlsa
the F. L
; mapecUne a medium shed. iron-grey born mal I I I Mr. Hair address wan abort and right happiness of alt fine place h> .4ft...... (I ton i.




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DIRECTOBTKTATEOtriCEH Abt>rnt'thy. J. C. King, H. UAsbby'IL I For Member County Executive Com
A UTTLE NONSENSE.

*. I.ummus. J. Eo I i SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE PRlMAnv. mlttee for First D trIet.I ...

Atkrnt'n H r. LaSalle A. 1. i C. W. )LSPHERSON.For "
He Held Up a Train, but Twtt Net e I
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....-11.. K Jeanu.g.b.eret.r CoIa4
i ul SUIT H.L. Cra.ford.nm lrow D. W )(. .elller. C. D. I the Rail...... Variety.I Member County Eieolive .
to.plraIWt, A_ COt........ I MeDoD.ld. J. A.Burdne. I. mlttee for Second District
C.
_..,- V whoa.anarw..re.rol :u.h. F I The traveling men in the smoking -I I:I
.J. B. W klllrhttol W. M. )!ayDU!. L.Byngton. 1 1I I. F. M. POWELl. ,
a.._... I'UUltc 1 WUUCIMIBTHiilurrB -11... compartment of the Pullman Partial List of the Candidatesto ,
I. ........ E. T. M..nitt. Z. T. sere "reminiscing." IThe con era I E. .Ii.. CRAWFORD. G E. KNIGHT. I
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_.._. .._....w.nrr... ........."..<.1-!\( C I*. 1.M.tri E Xi LI.d nra"y.E. L. laUt'r. G. I Lion turned to each man' moM be Voted For in This I c. O. CODRINGTON. I For Member County Executive ComJ J j
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uard iM Truntm luUrn B. M.Ieyt'rs.: 1:* H. ,.
Bane, mitt for Third
...ad- Tin *....-. t ....,4n I".. IWr..urrtlIIor. i thrilling experience, and each sought '. A. HOCKER. JR. District ,
..I .........& a.... C_............... "I AgrL Budge; H. C. Morse, Fred S. to recount a tale in which he had, County at the Primary I\\JOHN M. BRYAN. GEO. W. POTTER. '.

fro.tLii-_. .f Mil-MllOft-The II....."'"'. >IeloUJoIlIk. -< rt I DT08ler, G. D. MooT!. T. V. plated the hero' part. One told W. I. METCALF. j
J. D. CLOUGM.
..., .....riu>yMwt>L lr.v...iirtr iiuBb'todval ''BurdlDe, J. lol )I eDoD ald. W. H. how he had carried a beautiful girl : Election. I For Member County Executive Commlttee j i
anpef Ul Public BtlfuUt a.More I JOHN A. HENDERSON.W. .
irf .MJU lacitnttM. the tiutfvruoieefwiary n rku". F. W. MrKIDDoD, G. A. down the ladder from the storyof for Fourth District 1
..( *<..*... T........... AIUrii f Irtrorrl I JleIIlOD. Edwin top I E. ANDERSON. x
... 4Wr1W ..U..l ... AC". U"'c. *U4l Ml..ell* Blackman E. "V. a burning bou 'e. Another s."el J. W ADAMS. R. H. ROSSEAU.
4Mrst of HDIIC ln rwtK>uB Chame W. H. Peek R. J. I 3
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had
a thrilling account of how he For Member Executive Commlttee
..... hrcr.lrfat County -
aa.ra.4 t -Tb* rdvrft.or .. ......... W. W.Cbeatham I I GUY L METCALF.
.. Mr. Ato.erT. lwtAl .....! lOIUK I Cohen I. Proud. I put two burglars to rout, pistol in I I For the Information of the Democratic for Fifth District :|
...". .It... 8L J. N. WHITNER. .
Patterson
J. H.
.- (...."" K. rji-' i : hand at 3 clock! in the morning. voters of the county a sample J. S SUNDAY' j
Conrad. J. A. Fm1sb. Allan R. 1 Still another told how in the midst 1 l I JOHN Q. SMITH.
"T fK tM K! I'V' KT J f I..;Ktt lial.ot It printed below containing a T. J. HAYGOOD. I
W. O. P. HEALY.A.
J.....,.. I 'ro'liaDd. J. G. Rhodes. R of B train wreck he had extricated I uartlal list of the candidate to be Toted I For Member County Executive Committee *.
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P C JR.
T.y.r. J BLOUNT.
C.
A.-.hot...... C1It. P. C. ROOIe. I two men from beneath the burning
5.4 aflrr. for at the coming primary. for Sixth District J
M U. UW<. A__ Ja.twe.1..rr0WC Drake Guton Reilly J. B. II timbers the flames were H. H. McCREARY.
just as
+ilvm to any"I llwBf at.te o.d.l' There will be other names to add a* W. W. SNELL jj
"a.rt.l... .... oiwuM bb. addre.a d Dou&lu. E. B. Rub. Dr. W. B. about to engulf them. All the experiences I ,. H. W. LONG. "
... Lt1aD..r. r I.. I Rampb. Edw.Erwin. he time does not expire until April I. I. HARDY
J. K. and
Darn. if
not
yarns pure :Ut In which! candidates may qualify For Member County Executive Committee .
... .. C. H. I
I L. t .J"Ii"ATOII.SO W. W. RaalerlUD. I simple were highly colored by the For Member National Committee v
hare their names put on the ballot. for Seventh District
TIlhftJcrra.JJPmClminct ...........Ilk I Enloe. Dr. G. Rumph Geo.Frlu.ll. 1 I I mid imagination of the narrators. : and I II J. B. BROWSE
c ... s cpIWL LX..u .. The ballot when printed for use a: E. T. KING 'I
II. B.
L.
;alford,
s : O. C. The conversation had been listenid I C GIBBONS,
sr .. ,," ll.E..u: G.Frederick. I he lection l will be more than twice as JOHN MULUKIN.
l. ( E. ,
; FJana&u. R.. S. SewelL to by a small mild mannered in-, I F. W. POPE.
long as this one as here are to be rules I : For Member County Executive Comi
}. 1 irmbm-tag our Cut Iosdf- J. S. Mulb J. G.Prana. i )lren i" looking man and a "rank '
>.fB. BoM. W. IM..,, ralalka.Sinai I c. F. 1 I between each name and blank lineson I mlttee for Eighth District. ;]
.: lun.Uoa.. a. M. Bparkaaa J. I BulsDer, jutsider. Seeing a smile hovering
i iI For Judge, of Circuit Court-SercDth *
..... 1 OerJark. A. P. Smith Julius bout the corner of hit mouth one which to write other names. I CEtt P. BULL ".

BAILKUAllCUMUIMluSEBS.BB Girtman James Stoaeman. F. B.tolrtph. )f the drummers turned to him and Voters can begin practicing markIng Circuit I For Member County Executive Commlttee =

t I C "R a cross mark (X) before the names MINOR 8. JONES. for Ninth District %
Sulzer, A. E. I raid .'erlla J>I you can tell us someexperience
t Jag a. ... *. It.T Wnt. Cnatraua.K will
for which they f
of he candidates W. A. FILER.
B. Burr. Llttl lovers 1 Gautier, T. N. Shan"haD, M. of ours of this kind. .

.. tU: Do.Murpuk..r.Javavr.4i.oa. Clrrknraaqmnn. I GMllham. S. Sewell John I I IGarthalde. "Well maybe I can," replied thettranger + wish to rote. For' States, Attorney-Seventh Circo-.t For Member County Execalive Comi'

",." Lad uOm ol Uw BoartTaBakaam. C. H. Stoymour. R. H.Gramling. I II in a way which teemed to CKC1L G. BUTT. mlttee for Tenth District 1 i

I J. C. saw.eU.. J. P. I indicate that thrilling experiences( ) JOHN C. JONES. S. L. PATTERSON.C .

; C. B.COMMl9SIU>aB.aa Oallatt F. Shaw. H. B. were to him an everyday occur-, For United States SenatorWILKiNSON D. LEFFLER.

" >. B Brfll). :Jllaail. Gentler R. B. Taylor. R. R. rence. Tte done several things in1 i CALL For State for: -17th Diirtrict Fee Member County Executive Cammlttee -
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?: > SEkATUB Urn DJKTBIcr.y I' OrlIllD" A. Y. Turnace. ... LOlrtman. my time. For instance, once I held i WILLIAM S. JENNINGS. M 2 SAMS for Eleventh District ;

!. ... '- 4gabeut.c s.v..... sad Di. Couotica. W. IL Tatam B. B. up a train." J. N. C. STOCKTON. F. 'M. HUDSON. 3. F. BUKTaRA W. .J1

.ti .... K. !C. IMauck. PU Beaxk.S Hay,.. J. IL Tatum 1. H. "What!" came a burst of incred-i JAMES P. TAUAFERRO. W. J. SHONE.

Hill L. E. aloes "You don't look it
aurpnse. For Member County Execgllve Coat1
Fur the Lr&ialatup-
KKPBK8E7CTAT1TB.
; T' :O'D& CUCiITT Hunter J. O. Watson C. H. man. lou all alone held up at I For Representative In Congress--Bee GRAHAM W. KING. mfttee for Twelfth District ..

-",:1 kiateai W. kits PullaM. HilL William. WborlOll. F. ILHetherlDctoa train ?** Their tone teemed to indi-j cod Concremional DistrictJ. BENJAMIN SUTTON. E. H. KIRKMAX. .;

'7 tAD WHJXTT OrriCEBD.Cwwty X. F.WhIte. E. LHeyser cute .wonder. to what be was do- E. ALEXANDER For Member County Executive) Com-

"J Y Jadca-AUra E. I..,...... run I I A. E. Wan. T. .Ii.. lug outside of a jail. J. M. BARRS. |
._.. I Fee Clerk of Circuit CourtE. mine for Thirteenth District.: |
Al&urMy-.I T. NuMlrrat.Vrk -
... Maanir I I
.if < el UicaH Court aa4Kanrd..ral an -. HaiL W. W. Whaler H. T. "Yet alone and unaided I held ) FRANK CLARK. C. W. HILL 3
C.
DEARBORN.J. .
_t. C. Dmrkatm,Caeaaaut[:role.assetJoao j jOUanl'if '1
O. A. train.
I Haha F. W. Worley. a
Frobsrk. .....1. I np CHARLES DOUGHERTY. S. FREDERICK.Z. For Member County Executive Coa1
Hugh.... W. Do Wll.on J. L I "'Tell us about it"j
i W. P. WATSON.
"T.n-.j. H.M.. Oeoautttr j T. MEBJUTT.B. mittee far Fourteenth District.. .1?
.. a.ABKenor. j I Horner. J. W. WoocIworth. 1. F. They crowded around expectantly JJ.
.,. I J. C. HOLLY.
..T&an-L'.Ith.L M..SMITH.
", ._.......c. H.BMlrnoa.cwaMt s4.5.u047 Joa.... M. Eo Wi.soa R. 8. and lighted fresh cigar*. j
7 rabUe pear.r.z .... I Kolbo .Ii.. 1. XlmuJ-. C. L. "Oh, gentlemen, 1 don't know F.or ..Mtlre '* Sui?rim C4\.ut-SIIC < W. SULLIVAN. i
F rrrrkt.luau.VI.v For Jostle tt the Peace. Second Dls *
t iar ".< CoutV raatalaatoam-lhw. W I that I care to talk about it. Are I Years-) For Sheriff -4;

h a \rkwrmaa. B.,west.. .IIa't. ralBi..Brark.F.CJeMicr. PuIfure A DANDY FOR BURN8. you tare you want to hear it?" I I R. F. TAYLOR. JOHN FBOHOCK. tract .

j.u..ac..ii5o. .. .1-IIeJr"A.dttor "Certainly. Go ahead" came the I J. IL ABRAKLS. R. E. L. McFARLIN. <
i ._ V.4.. oar--. CIek sad etI Dr. Berlin, Elgin, HL, vrlte: I For Juattee .r tn. Paa B-Thlrd DbrtrleC. ]
JOHN R.
ONEAL
........ I choru Far Jwtfcee of Supreme Court (Vote
.UllCtJl1' (XIUIT Of' .rrcrruCIRCUIT. JCDICIAt ban used Ballard's Snow LlDlm ot: "Well I said that alone and I for three- ,JL M. WILLIAMS. R. J. CHILUNOWORTH. .

.1 always recommended It to my' friends,I aided I held up a train. Yu u-I ILL COCKRELL.T. For Justice of the Peace Ninth DieI

'1:.__ Dao sad atkOT r uuua) u I am oonfldent there to BO better ''I it wa thit way: I was DiM year : M. SHACKLEFORD. For County 'TreasurerC trlct.HL -'

nurmtt J....*-._.. JWM TManrtllo made. 'It to a dandy for bam' ThOM I I I.itter'1 K W00DAL1.For .. 1
j PrMsld. AtMnet-J. B. .**...or.... old and I was a page at my big X a WHITFIELD H. RAULERSON.

Clerk fail TansClre.k at art-K. C Caa DaarhonOtlaaU.t BBavaB. ,aa PI. who lire on farms re especially liable wedding. The train was, BEN H. L* [ELL Justice of. the !Peace lent Dla- |

.4&y..11ar Foana ..Molar P..e.ber..r.wr 10 many accidental cut, burnt, brnUei I pretty heavy, but*- : For 'ftnI..w- trlct,. I
Ter._ Plat allar KoartlDXDK which hm rapidly when Balla'd's'grow '. W. 8. HILL. J
..t re.eay a aprtt lie got no further. Cor once the N. B. BROW ARD.c. For Tax CbUector .

;,. COCSTT COCBT.Oaasty Llnlmrat .. applied. It should i laugh val on the drummer*.-New j M. BROWS W. E. NORTON.R J C. GRAMLINO. |

:always be kept IB the house for cueif York Time*. & For Justice of the Peace Tnlrteeeth 3
McLENDOK.
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k. J -.4IIee I. Hpfwr Y.I. I Il W. DAVIS
t Pro..unc AUantPT-J.T.Hansons" r ut.l.wj.rr emerseney" %5e. 60e, $t.00 bottle. District |
Tr.-Plat ......, la Jauarj. I I D. IL )u Ys'I \\.C. DEBERRY .
NA.g _-rint M MU> la A| ILTcrm For sale by Red Croat Pharmacy The Luck ., Lucky Lucas. CHARLES PEACOCK.T. : ff. J. BURKHART. 'VJ;
5..w -nm Monday I.JoljPallTvrai I r .
dw for Constable for VJ
District.
-nrat :Mna4a. .. Or alu ". "'u Secretary of State N. GAUTIER. Second
II." LA SD OPflCLUAI'4ESVIU.L Y ALLEN HENDERSON. |
J. E. BROOME.
.. 50 Ckabk BerrlwrV i For County Assessor et Taxes For Constable for Thrd District 1H
.* .Baat ar m.IUla A. CARLISLE 1
DIKECirr11T. ..-- i B. F. KIRK. GEO. O. BUTLER.
CEO L. McD NALDl RIBERT HANONO. .1
tarn'.U.wu ArC" Tlk.J wnw '
M.e0g..eg......., ..r./af$411 .'rlerkttrbr4 @ far Attorney General C L XTMANTES. FRANK CARLISLE 1C'
at to cl rk: 5.pt1.t Twa4 :
'" P. METCALT. j i
; a :. Pru.eruelrg..r, ...
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t'ams.4 p '" W. H. ELLIS, '
w..dav .ha at 7'11II. AA ur......Iall'I.. For Constable for Tenth District _
,dyes .er..w...Fa I | A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS. For Proeecmtiag: Attorney "

... ,. I ....I R. A G. L. CHANDLER. )>
F. TJCn
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Mrr ol>l" EP o. Not' learner Aw / \' |I. SON.
Ma C aa.. .aik aunt_rnjrt -... Wr4ar. J ,, ..' L. K. NICHOLSON.
ta} at tat a. at; ..-..lM ..raoc at N... 14; For Comptroller JAMES T. SANDERS
PfaackiM al U ...: EpnrtH aarw .! a m p A. C CROOM. BDBT. B. TAILOR.
w |...narktata<1.. .. ...C... Fi-0.._....nrIt. I t "Wh..'. that'" cried the inotonMat I CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.,

: :T' Mrs. C. Petenea. 3S Lake 81. Topeka -
hit tire "Broken oot-
kj. Eo rw"..-.. OOMT Ama C a>J tilt ___ exploded. For State TreasurerW. -
___*Trchla(" U :trt a w !* a4rkanl .> A THOUGHTFUL MAN.M. tie, eh ( I believe that- For County Judge Kaaass, says: "Of all the cough
t ft a-at.. rraarklaf at 7*.p m. V. KNOTT.r'er A. E. HEYSER. remedies Ballard'a Horehound Syrup "1I.

,. ....,u Lou,.. ..>a a. a.: Jaal..... EawnrtlL *
It.. ana.t:.p. at .rrr _1.. "...._'. M Aattln. of Winchester rod B ft SAfNDERS. Jr. Is my favorite: It has done .and wflrW

: ew ltwatlaHnrk.1 AU L. A.af*!On_nx PsdorfatarT ,new what to do ta the hour of need State Superintendent of Public In- do all than h eMmed for -to IPM4- .. '
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-. B ilia wife had raeh an unusual cue of trnrtlon : Uy\ curd'all coughs and cot........ad It l.
sad
f. fAm Mkt
CS' ri > For
County Superintendent of Public
i.l f aurrlMonwc fnrrt II orlnrk; ........< I tomach and liver trouble. phytldani O W. H. HOLLOWAT.W. so sweet and pleasant to the taste'25c .
N.l.wi I*a. m Kr.' la franr J.' .; wedge. .'I N. SHEAT3. I Instruction .
day.wol*;* 1.*. H:|T .Enrkarlal. arn.lnaf ould not help her. He thought of R. E. HALL.fc SOe, $1.00 bottle. sold by Red ;
--' la a ath Flr awl tklnl eu.A.,.a '
I LMtv KI... .M r eonri aat roonh at Cow md teed Dr. King New Lite Fill : JAMES C HARRIS. cross Pharmacy.
a4 13.. K Fcu.ua, fc>rtor Foe Commissioner of AKrleulture
av. Ik end she tot relief at once and warp I 1
I I..n I.., I3lk: Mnvl sad Arvnao A- B. E. MeUN.or R: KING.K The hJI&.if look
_ nally cured. Only ZSc. at all dntiata a"l'rr upon
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h.. AY..rt..w4.. -1 at II 'elork II
s ......ery ........,r.e.111at: Tf a two thin '" a- aliMt'utely unmendable. -
4,110.5. FABM. P..TY. .-. I II I Kallroad ComralMloc'era .r autwmwmr of Red..tioa- I \\bea bvr woodenware

............ *<.it_.....:.. tttrrtn at Vr. "I' L MORGAN. J. I, E'IITE'HIWSU granite or
A. Pt ......,., .. .14.45 ale .... Nay .If.el I SUak With MuthreemI a..._ I II I i uU-iinU spring a (leak.)she .
at err.....!.. e..r t .ada.. I 1 i > i : W IX>10E.r .
I. I. MIAMI BOARD OF TRADE. iiio\c the bone, superfluous fall -"that fellow put it there on I 1 !"'1e AdJatut-Graerat iLrv> them away with a sigh ..fI' _

--- and l tbnV end from B sirloin steak purpose. I'll make an example of J. C. R. FOSTER. I fePljualiun: add pnvtd to buy newutcn'ils

M Brow I thick and him. But- Foci County ronrmi*....*rFiral 1
Pr *M nt. WHIIara cut iilxtiii two incite ALLEN THOMAS. : to take their place. A* a

1.--1 -hv-FTMidMit. T. V. Moorsr. the meat into circular *hap*. Tact 1>I*'ril'tr. Muller ei fail, either of these lit en.
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Vlra-Pifuhlaiit J. E. Lunar C. AICHER.
' I it on a lint, well greased griddle andl 3 I 1 oils b. "t-CMif ally rented ;
&- _riUry. E. V. BUckman.Trmitir "for State Chemist I iL it. mol *a< alt,
JOHNS.
i. .r. B. B Tatnm .KjL if> taste, turning frequentlyPour R. E. ROSE. (II tI howe ni'huul i mi:ill epenWhen

bard of Cawrnon w. )I. Brown.T. over it a mushroom sauce! '
utensil I he ins In "", I.. rn-
I a
V M-MMV. .1.1 I E. L......._ A. E. H.yam. nude! a< follows: Brown B tike ol d For Cnmty C"omtll."fo:> -Second granite
O I I'or President! let torts lai".ithe hole and drive lu it
J. B. Brtlir. F. W. H.hn. W. W. ,: a top-
Quinn and a dove of garlic, cut fine, I rtt'tr'-t
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r7." ... Jnhn P1wo1.STAND4NO in llirif tablcfpoonful of batter.+ .4 I H. B. BAILEY. CEO "'. L.\INHART. l>ir nvit. tits will take a very

COMMITTKESLAWS : Add four tablespoonfuls of'brownedSour I, T. A. JENNINGS, short time, not much strength, aDd
L
Pmttoraon. E. H.
-Anao, W R ; : DIMICK.
J. B. C. KOONCE
I a..1 one-fourth tablespoonful ol' I I the leak will be rlTei-tually stopped.
1Ia.JwIen. J> .*. T : Sagmour. K. ; 1 ,
Q orh,.. |<1. A. alt and dish of pepper, and whenit .. A., .B. NEWTON You UO buy' dilTfrt-nt sixes of copper ;

-. B. M. Bftr...... FW F: B. 8TONEMAN. Fpr County Comml ..
PRIrtE -B.ll : Woiiic, frothy add a cupful ol loner- ThirdPfiUkt rivets at hardware store. They
: Hahn. F W.: ROB*. C. i.; fmtorkk. boil .
brown slot L. Let to a
: come I come aborted in packages and ought
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IS.HEALTH AND & 'kaonUJr and MMIII over half a cupful ol just hen the motor started ofT, roe Delecatei I at Lerge. National\ Con- | It. B. MrDON\I.D. not to coot more than 3 cent a pack

f .: Frauds W. W.' ; Enln. Glli -. button inii'luoom! Reheat withoullIJttitllg and the motorist. was to busy running T MI I looT T. A. \\"1NnEW.For age., One package: ought to mend

i ..*..... R. S? Klnc H. M.RIVERS I \ Kfore turning over thfMiiik : after it that- J. APPLETARD. all the leaking granite ware that yoawill
RB-GarUialo. W J. HILLMtN.CL.rnU : .
HARP"
I
AND If to-t mrroond the teak:
County Commfc"< ioaer in whole lifetime.
FourthPIMilct
use /
jour '
Ch a4 H ; Rumr>IL EdT.ard C.. Fatum.R with broiled l ctnlTtil tomatoes 01w L'EVGLE.A ..
; The ri'eta hate B head lit one;
W. M. I
; (16hanahaa I
P. JORD\:
f .'i\ll.ave\ ideal dish
RAILROADS AND FREIQHTSIVa |,pcrou an 1 JOHN 8EWELL. end. The small end should be inserted -
C. D. Lumrnus. I raen ui>h h j I E.: Erw.... Wm. W.. MrDatwM J. A ] rest with regard to its T. E BRYAN desire to mend and pressed through.

I I f"JIAHITIESBytnltEo T.; C1x. tkant. nz.:. The smallest\ one fits downtm I I \\'. J. BRYAN. Then the Teasel should be placed
J. H.; Dnucta I. B.; O..t.... T size follows For County CommlMloaer -
the front rest, the next C A. CARSON, Fifth firm and the end ofthe
K x_...*. ('. L.At1l'I..Ln'RE.BI..a.. on something
E. V.: abuse until the entire set i ie _.. CLEAN A. STEPHENS.'or J>wtrm- 'n\<.t rmnmierod down or flattened

M..... p.5! Tatum. J. K: O-IT.nc. AIl |iUefd. The ml.ole erie not onl) I ): i S A. BELCHER. out. Thin will hold it in phw*.

} : ".'-. J. K. bows to advantage, but it aafeJj: /: Delegates National Convention.. E. G nVEEDELL. You mill Unit that the rivet an
prBUC Bt'ILPIXOS-Honwr. J W.: held tlmt cusp) platter can be teletted -'! 'r..
j. M> Second C<*xrH lonal DtxtrlctD soft and ten easily nuinpulaied.
bass,*>> H. r.: RelII,. S. B.;. 8w.n.Jahn. at Br this simple meant' .,f.I f.
once.
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I. CAt .
LEN.P. It be mend holt
mill Ut
Whak-f H. T. For M'mner Boar of Public instruction to a a* ,

MA>TCFACTrRE-Fr1. Gl.a C: these large dillies take up little,I -be left hit coat and bat and B X. BATCH ELOR. rant District lOOn a. it i- di<><.\erFd.. I If it U allowed -

ewe T. V.; Conrad J. A.; Rhode*. R. room on the pantry shelf, and there nice fat pocketbook in charge: of T. !'. ANDERSON. \\'. U \HDEMEYER to b.-o me too large the fruit-
W' : Rellly J. BICDFCATIONAtrRnrdlM.. u. no longer noise or confusion in .
Lucky Lucas. JET BOWDEN ELI SIMS ite is liable to jnfl off for some ditame .-
W. M. I
: restoring them to their places.MAKES II
Ra*. w. W : 0...,...... Rcdmnnd B.L511s. I For Member Board o! Public Inmnic- around the hole. If tl:M lulpIKIIS -

A. U. B.i! ..n>,.. ,J. O ; !!mltb.J. An Available E.._ '"r Members at Large, State Committee tin, Se-oud District, the n are mill not hold a rivet,

..>.: K.... A. J.I4VIORATIOSB. A CLEAN SWEEP. I lie-I'm afraid my picture of I E. W. J. PARRISH.For but mill chip away. .

f lack m a E V. Min( Gotros was not quite tatiffactorr. (Vote for thirteen If icu ile-ire to mend an article -
... ; J. H, Darn. J. K.. ;Members Board of Public Instruction
Tatumj
11_ F made take
R. B G.\RNETTW of .''')01 l fiber tome putt!.

H-nr. J. W. There't nothing like doing a thing I She-Oh, well art should nqt beheld W FARMER. Third District, and nrrfully fill up the break. TJifallow
R. W
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"TERTA SVEJ'-"T..R.-a.' : \ M. BURDINE
a.4P. H- C.: Ganhrid. C. H; Rem,.. toroughly.; Of ell the Salve you errr responsible for nature.-Puck. ; GKO:: L. BHUB it to "harden. This will laf /

J B.: BvwoU. John.ADVERTWINOlMnnv. Bard of. Bwklen't Arnica Salve .Itt I i I N MATHES. for a time if I left at it is. However,

a B.; 8t! ie best. It sweeps away and caretarnt Quite Neeaaaary. D U FLETCHER. For County Member State Commlttf".rE. the work nay I lit' made more tubtantutl -

juuk F. B J Bytat r. E. T.; Blar"_.. toree. bruises. cuts, bolls ul-! 1. Mr. S..ilt-Wh on earth are you N. A. BUTCH. N. DIMICK. ... by painting it over and

B V.: nxharb'twt. M. F.Tfc taking my revolver to the party ? : ;.. B. thin cloth the
Ml Hat at aeebsrs, nttmbertag n, skin eruptions and pll... It* K. B. RAULERSON.W i 8TONEMAN. preying a over paint.
Mrs. S..ilt-It it card
a party, I Then paint it again and your utensil -
BO ala faDII'n' : aly: IS*, and guaranteed to give eatfactloB. M. MILTON JR. (
ta an
mls tr dear. Cincinnati Commercial I
day I will be as strong as ever in that:
,Aria. W. L JackMM. J. U. Jr. By all 4ru Ir.ta. J. M LAMAR. For Fish and Game Warden
Tribone. i j
J I I. j pale and even stronger than it .aj
.....:: W. M, Kolb. A. J. dw ( H. L. DODD. E. A. GRAHAM. (before.r .



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a certificate of exemption fo- the two | INSPECTORS APPOINTED.
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:OfFICIAl FOR PRIMARY ElECTION ,, years. I tiro-cult
GALL
3be i 1 Dam< PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. t. UK The meeting was oiled to order by

professions In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. S. FREDERICK. Chairman Filer IB the city hail Miami.(

I< primary election on May 10th or June I' Fla. at : p. m.. April 11. I*,..
I Govern the to be Held May
Rules and Regulations to Primary ;1
7, 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 FOR TAX COIiECTOR. The following member were presentin
\ ,
10th and June 7th 1904, in Dade County. must be pajd on or before I S o'clock P.M. I i I hereby announce myself a candidate person or by proxy: Merar Johns.;

Friday April 29. 1904 (ten days before i for the office of tax collector of Jones Putter. Lyman. King. Bull

-- -- i i -- i the first primary election). Dade County subject to the action of Filer Burteshaw. and Klrkman.

P.. a drZ Eswiaag. i A meeting of the County Democratic law; and shallatj once forward the the coming Democratic primary Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected

Executive Committee for Dade county I returns to the Chairman of the County I| NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice ..dw T. N. OACTIER. 'acting secretary.

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Florida, was held at Miami. Florida Executive Committee.The The minute of the last meeting were

mi rMtfcwta all ewuu.Msle ssd rt *ri 'Ion the 11th day of April, A. D. 1J04.! assessment to be paid by the Is hereby given that the Reg- :, FOR STATES ATTORNEY. ', read and approved.' .

.lpecalfaelUtIea'.ucaatatJacaD4 perfects* pursuant to adjournment.The vsrio.11 candidate shall be as follows' : istratlon Book of Dad County for I I I hereby respectfully announce myself ,, The call for primary wan amendedI

..... TOM.TO. following amended call for a Representative ...... ........ fit 00 ,: the primary election to be held May 10. as a candidate for the office of 1 i i,i I aa follows: ;

.Bos an.! ---Miami.-- -Fla. I.primary election was adopted to-wlt: Senator ... . ... ..... ..... 15 00 1944. will be opened la the several'I I State' Attorney of the Seventh Judicial + See official call on third page.

p T. 6TAG08. H. D.. Notice is hereby given that there Sheriff .. .. ... .. .. .. ...... ... 35 00Cl.rk election district of Dad county Florida I Circuit subject to the vote of A motion was made by Mr. Klrkman

mill be a Democratic Primary Selection of the Circuit Court...... 30 00 on the 29th day of March A. D. i the Democratic primary.i to nominate county commissloaersand ;
curia ... Cn>- rbmrwey i I .
Onto held In the several election districts Tax Assessor .................. 20 00 1904. and win be closed on the 2th dw CECIL O. BUTT. members of the school board br _
settee
MU
I f KutilfW. rAM C of Dade county, Florida on May i,Tax Collector ..... ....... ..... 2S 00 day of April. A. D. 1904. I I i I district Same was defeated by a .

)TAM FLORIDA. 1'ith. 1S>4, and it necessary, on June County Treasurer ............. 20 00 I; ThJ following person are hereby j, FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTEN eot.to3.

.. :th. 19i\ >4. for the nomination of all I County Judge .... .......:..... 15 00 appointed 1,'.jt. ,<.i.ir.tlon sans j i iI DENT. A communication from ,a meeting of

1 Ji. | IL lACDOl', n., Democratic candidates. State and county County Attorney .... .......... 10 00 I, *IT tl.. .<>.. .J f.r'I..r. district" loi i l! for I notwoy SupOTtatoiMtait announce of myself Futile a Instruction----'. I candidates held in- Miami May 10 1M4. .

I to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public In- wit: of Dade County subject to the win of i! was read and discussed by various osui -

,09TCl.: electors at the General Election to be I struction ...... ....... .... I 00 1 1I i i i Number One Stuart-W. G. Parks. ; tile voters .. may be expressed at theappro.ehingi ''i didate* before the committee. Finally I

HOTEL BISCATK BLOCK, AVE.. D. !1 held November 8th 1904 and to be appointed I| County Commissioner ......... I 00 I I Number Two, Jupiter-R. E. L. Mc- Domoentle primary eUctlon.B. the following inspectors, clerks sad

JlUK FLORIDA. by the Democratic Governor Supervisor' of Registration..... 5 00 Farland. dw L Miami BALI Fla.; polling places were decided upon for

-, : of the State between the date of holdIng : Member of County School B'rd. 1 00 I Number Three. West Palm Beach the following precincts. .

DR' W. B. RUSH. !, such primary election and the holdIng Justices of the Peace.......... 1 00 i iI E. H. Dimlck. FOIL TAX ASSESSOR.I No. Inspectors.. Ceo. McPherson

M. of the primary election A. D. 190S. I Constable ..................... 1 001! Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) hereby announce myself aa a Ernest Styptnan. J. M. Ennls: elect
Office US-ma *tre t. 'Phone and of a Democratic candidate for I I 00I: Cttllea Pena / H. W. Hesaey; polllnjt place, store of
Residence Street and Avenue County Fish and Game Warden 1 CANDIDATE: FOR TAX ASSESSOR of i
United States Senator to be voted for Miss Walter KitchlngfNo.
BTbo..79-R.. I I All candidates are required to file a Number Five Detray-H. J. Sterling. Dad County subject to the action of : ..
IIIAIlI. FLA. I by the Democratic members of the Leg Number Six. Inspectors.. E. Edwards J. d.lalar. .
written application to have his name Pompano Cavender.Number the Democratic primary.
at Its Henry Brooker clerk E. C. Miller <
islature of the State o fFlorida ; -
I appear upon the official> ballot on Seven Fort Landerdale-W. d C. L. XIMANIES. I
r. w. BAG session in A. D. 1906. |, ; polling place school-house. ..
... ':I:'. blank furnished by the Committee M. Marshall
a officers to be No. Inspectors, H. L. L-
The following are ,nominated | Hillter.
accompanied with the fee above set Number Eight OJus-J. W. Ivea.NnKher .
sT1as. 8plCllca&l.114 Detail Made at said primary electionto-wlt_ : 'I I FOR STATE: SKNA I OL i t W. Burkhardt, N. H. Blitch; dark. J
L few Building of ,&:1 Kind: Fine I forth with S. L. Patterson Secretaryof Nina Lemon City-Warren I hereby candidate
1 United States Senator. announce myself a* a W. Comstock; polling place eta 1I
'
the County Democratic Executive Mitchell.
a
TResidence Specialty. I' 1 Representative In Congress. Second for State Senator fmra the Thirteenth !i I house. ...
D. I Committee on or before the list day
Number Ten Miami
OFFICE. 1315. ATKNUE C. D. Leffler. 1 1U' 1
Congressional District Senatorial__ District af Florida, No. Inspectors.. W. H. Cox. C. A. t'
''Of
April. A. D. 1904. Number
i I Eleven Coeoaant Grove i subject to the will of the Democratic 1 i i Rail Jess
1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the This April llth. A. T. carter.Number : naughty clerk Cullen .

DL L K. CJW'D.> full term of six ;*WB.S 1904.W.. A. Flier' I party to be expressed at the primary Pence; polling place school house. C '
Twelve CutlerD.C.Brown.Number f
Justices of the Supreme Court. election May 10. U04. : No. Inspectors. J. E. Chamber. '
Attest: Chairman. .t.
DENTIST. 1 Governor. George P. BaD.SecretM'J', Thirteen Silver' Palm-C. r. H HUDSON ''L B. Taylor T. M. MdU: cl.rtt. H. 1t.
W. h Uh.
OBe*U W_Psfl Itch stunner M...saner... N 1 Secretary of Stag pro tern. rblala.ru. ,i j i P. Hodges; polling place school house ;
Number
ATC*> Fourteen Dee Sld-0. W.
No. '
j laipectors. Z.
Jaa.Cmstead. .
IXOIBDA. 1 Attorney-General. QUALIFICATION Or VOTERS.First I Careader.
Sullivan.
MIAMI. 1 Comptroller. FOR PROSECUTING: An ORNET. R. r. Saxon; clerk. W. B. i
Primary-Tuesday, May 10.
This March 12. 1904. Camels polling place Harde i
; "
| ator
1 Treasurer. 1904. hereby announce myself a* i candidate I **

Home ,SeekersAttention. 1 Superintendent of Public Instruc Secord Primary-Tuesday, June T, A. T. CARTER for the office of Prosecuting Attorney No. T.-ID.pecton. R. A- Bryan W. .- F-*
Supervisor ReghttratSoa. Dad Co, Fla.e L. Brack well. D. O'Neal; clerk. FrankStranahaa .
for Dad
tion. 1904. I county subject: to the

...1.... 'Yo will find it to your interest 1 Commissioner of Agriculture General Election-Tuesday NovemberS I approaching Democratic primary election. I new halt ; polling place. Straaahaa'i

before investing. 1 Railroad Commissioner. H. F. ATKINSON. -
to call OB me j 1904. I
Tarnished hoax and rooms to 1 Adjutant-General I Miami Fla. No. Inspectors., H. Padgett J. r.
CANDIDATES
rent Real bargains U real estate.I Chemisi The registration book for the primary II| FOR OFFICE. I I Newlan. J. W. Ires; clerk. R. Cotaroa;

and Insurance taxea. 1 State election will be opened la each ------------. .""..'.J.,..,.... P is ce, sr boo., b cuss.No
city country. 1 Judge of the Circuit Court. Seventh I.--- FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.I I
collection*. etc:., attented to. I election district la this county on A.aomroemssts, will be Inserted te the Inspectors, J. S. Pardu A.W.Cromarti ,'

have special license: authorisingae : Judicial Circuit. I March n, 1904. and will be kept openevery 'I I.'I Dally and weekly Metropolis for ten dot- I *. J. S. Peters; clerk J. E. "
all kind legal trans 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial hereby announce myself a* a candidate -
to prepare dar Sundays excepted. Bata the lara er la either edition for aft dollsra. Pendleton: polling place school house. )
fen of real estate Low fees. Circuit .CudldaU tor County ronmilsslwursnd for' Justice of the Peace I. Dis- I .
26th day of April 104, at which Urns No. lOt-Iuperton. L. A. Oabora. J.M .
Prompt attedtioa. 1 Prosecuting Attorney. I _lien of the school board will be strict No. 10, and respectfully ask the I
C. C. CARROLL. Thirteenth Senatorial I they wul be closed. I chars.* _WI thane _.... support of the voters In said district Burdlae/ Frank Jandoa; clerk M. R.
1 State Senator.
Notary Public.w The registration book will not be No anDounr DMt ID8arte4 until paid Xellum; polling place city halt '
d. William S. HilL
ATE. D. .EAa tllt'OJrJ) ef. District reopened for the second primary\ election. far. No. Inspectors.. Jackson Pea-
I
1 Member of the House of Representative I -
-- ; cock John McKinsie J. W. Galloway;

Reliable: I I6ft4. *. All persons may register who are I FOK COUNTY-TREASURER. I I hereby for re-election announce as myself Justice a candidate of the- clerk Fletcher Albnry; polling place. .

1 County Jadp.I Old Hardee llouNo. .
.. otk... -
> citizens, whether have
they paid their r. the Oomocratle Voters of Dade Oovsjtr. Peace in this the loth district As I '"

'" W. C MAYNARD.AM. Sheriff. I poll taxes or not: but they cannot vote i Florida: ,I am now serving la this capacity I'' l-IDllpt''ton. W. A. Cooper J. :
of the Circuit Court Ceo
1 Clerk "
Stlnehouier. W. J.
.D.aS.at to rest-Otr+..- I unless their poll taxes which may be 1 hereby ant-ouoc* myself a candidate mould appreciate aa endorsement In Dougherty:
? I 1 County Assessor of Taxes. I for re-eioction to the efflo of Treasurer clerk Go. W. Moodle; polling place.Brown .
legally due are paid aa provided b accordance with the Democratic
principles -
(Uiutiegrittljntted: 1 Tax Collector. I it Dad Cnanty. Florida subject to UM A Moodle' warehouse. .
Watt,. Qods Jewelerj. te I SuPertDtend.Dt law. ..111 of a i-ajorlty of L County of Public In- No. 13-inspectors, Henry Gonman.Ernevt .
POLL OR CAPITATION 'TAX s.w11 b .aprw.d ta the DMSucratle -
voters. I I an Incumbent who has satisfactorily
struction. Payment of poll taxes for U02 and prim")r Mar 10, ISM. I tilled the office Mall. Will Anderson; clerk C-
i 1 Surveyor. C. H. RAUIXR8OX. W. Hill; polling place school how :
GEO. L. MCDONALD 1903 I* a prerequisite to voting at all I d John C. Gramllng.
1 County Treasurer. i j dw Miami Fla. No. Inspectors.. J. W Saxon. W. :
election this year.EXEMPTIONS.. I '
.ClTII 8 County Commissioners. i FOR STATE SENATE E. Blanton W. H. SIstrnnk. clerk J. t
.
-.r.sei.t sad aabdivtdl f L5d- ya...., 3 Members of the County Board of 1! A. E. HET! ?''R. I hereby announce my canddary for C. Holly; polling place school house. ;

The following condition'exemptperson C.. ......Ie for It .
moved '
was and
COCOANUT OBOTB. FLA. Public Instruction.. | I State Senator from the Thirteenth carried that Dams :.
from the payment of capita dw County Judge. i
'
I 1 Justice of the Peace la and for Districts i Senatorial District of Florida, subject of candidates for members of the eounty refj'
lion or poll taxes: c I
I No. 1. 2, I, 4. I, .. 7. 1. t. FOR COUNT' COMMISSIONERS.The i t| to the will of the Democrats of Brevard executive committee be placed on
A. DAMN. First-Any ODe who hr* lost a limb the
regular ballot
}. i 10. 11. 12 and 13. I In battle.Seee.rndAny many friends and supporter of j I and Dadeeountle to be expressed at o'

IB and for Districts No*. the election: It was also moved and carried that
1 Constable primary May 10th. lto>t.
.
J. Std.....ad Its bt.nr7t Grd.4IItM : the prewnt member of the Board of x'
"4 II J 1" -. 1. i. 2. 1. 4, 5. 6. T, 1. t. 10, 11. 13 one who an S3 years 'ounty Commissioners" for Dade II M. Seabrook Sam. candidates for game warden be placed ,,,

at/ .....-. I I and 13. of age on or before DecemUr :L 1901. .(" urtf'DDY. Brevard Co., Fla. on the regular ballot and thai candidate ,
have
.d ...... .... I' S Presidential Electors. Third-Any one becoming of site (:1 101, prevailed upon them to for said offlc be assessed ll.flo. fa

4M._.... fIA 1: to National Con yjars old) on or after January I, 1903. stand for re-election, and hereby pre- j I FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. Mr. Johns, of Precinct No. 1 handed w. .
1i i{: 4 Delegates at Large I sent their names as follows: F. 0.1| In his
Fourth-Any one who had become a 1 resignation as a member of the

I! vention.DPlepte&. I( resident of this State and county x I Alcher, George W. Lainha t. R. E | I am a 3 District
fOLEnIlONlYAKDTAR I I UcIkmaM. John Sewell and L. .
or after January L 1903. A. I IBeicher. delegate to the National Democratic A motion was made and carried that

... ..... .raesab rll T" I,,13 Members at Large of State Committee. j' to the voters tt the Democratic CunntM at St. Louis Mo, for Second Inspectors and clerks be paid $J 00 '
I per
If
properly registered any of the
priirary of May 10. 1904. Co: re;8iocal District. I am per- 9Y, C
I ,..1 County Member of State Committee.I ;: above can vote at alt elections, State i iud i
*
mitted to refer to the
entire Democracyof The next meeting of the
YOU GOING commute
ARE Member National Committee. I county, held this year, without !I
FOR SHk RIFF. Cr.. .county regarding my standIng was called! for April II, 19
North or West 11 1 Supervisor of Registration. | paying any poll or capitation tax. ,I as a Democrat and If I am for bet'n, further business a "

1 County Fish and Game Warden. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. : To the Democratic voter of Dade Conn- tunate enough to have your aid In motion was made and carried to ad- '..

i t Member of Dad County Democratic I Person under the following condltlons i> Ty. Florida. : Dade county at the election i shall journ.

LOulsyille&Nashville ; Executive Committee IB and for will be liable for one poll tax ': I hereby announce myself a Candida '' greatly appreciate it. and for ra-Uctkm to the offlc of Sheriff *( -;
Preclncu Nee .' 2.3.4.5.6.7.1. I only for 1902 or 1903, a* the'ease maybe j Da
-..- Railroad t. 10. 11. J2, 1'. and 14. : : 1 will of tile majority of 1>. Dnwieraue '', appreciate It -il

'' Offers unexcelled paMengtrteerulce.Modern I i The rule governing Aid primary Any one who became SS years old .voter as prlsUrir will bo.a.I..nfn hell.x|May m the III. IMi.dw Deaorratic Very truly sours, HOREHOUND SJRl'p. !.1.1i

train currying Pullman I[ election shall be the same as those during 190 will be required to pay $1 JOHN FROHOCK.I D. N. Bachelor Imee
sleepers up-to-daU coaches, free re- | adopted by the Democratic Executive I! for account of poll tax for that year. ,I Winter Park, Fla. rough. OPPI'<'NCJ. rattling rasping 4
:
-
cllnlac chair can, and dining can Committee at their meeting held In i I j lADY one who may become of age (II I hereby announce myself as a can- and difficult breathing Henry C
FOR FISH AND GAME 1
WARDEN
eftie.
between ,BoTtbem and southern Jacksonville, on January %!d. 1904. for I 1: Y"" old) at any time during 1902 didate for Sheriff of Dade county, Steam, drnsgirt Sballlll>urc. WI. ,

: South.Tb .B*., dining ear service in the!{ governing State primaries, so far as I, will be required to pay $1 for poll tax Florida, at the next Democratic primary I hereby, announce myself a candidate .rlt'-&. May 24. 1S01: "I hare been

I will be applicable to the I selling Bills,d'. Horehound
the same for the year 1903. Syrup for
AU 8eIl nnmrh Tickets via and s-k for the votes of my for the poellon of Fish and Cam.Warden *
> .AC'.ta Those and only those two year, and hare had
I j' county primary. Any one becoming a resident of this j fellow Democrats and thorn who will of Dade county subject to the never a freparatlin -
L.&N. shall be permitted to become that has given bootIe ntlsfactlou.
persons I State and county during 1903 will\ be i be qualified to become voters at that ;action of the Democratic praty. primary .
I candidates before, or vote at or parUdpate I notice that when I sell a bottle .;
I- For rate, schedules, and sleeping ear I' liable for the poll tax for 1903. primary. I promise If elected to faithfully election May 30(. 1904Edward! .
of said they com back for
In themaaagement prl- more. I can honestly -I
j, reservations apply so WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. pert >1m the many duties of this A. Graham.
i nary election who declare their adjhTenee recommend It.5c.. SAc. $1.00.
J. M. Fleming. All male Inhabitants wU are 21 i! responsible office.
to the principles and organisation Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy
.
FOR
CONSTABLE.
'
h--eaR r slie cf and under SS .
1, sr.t..1 yours age were years J. M. WILLIAMS .
.. yleriUtesw" ; of the Democratic party Na- I dw
,.. 1ac t.r.vtlkrla. of age December 21. 190L Palm Beach. Fla.
I j tloral. State and county who are by I hereby announce myself as a candldate J
A ; tile laws of the State lawful electorsof Any one Becoming a resident of this When a woman admits that her
I for the
FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.I [ office of Constable In
the election districts la which theyofer State and county prior to January L i child ban a disposition like It* latla.r.thll .
lO1EY5l1ONEY TAll I hereby aanonnr* myself as a eaaoVIdato district No. 10, promising If elected to
: to vote, who have paid their poll ;, 110%. will be required to pay poll tax I II I I for tile ones of Clark of tile Ore ,1, is an admission on her part that
.... .. ...- faithfully discharge the duties of said
,.,1.- taxes legally! due not lea than ten for 1902 and 1903. ''salt Court of Dad County, subject t* I I' office the child I I. not perfectA
subject to Democratic
diyt before said primary election and If they become s resident after January tko action of the Dvmoeratte primary. primary
I May 10.
'dw E. L
WirTTE.
YEARS
60 m bo shall when challenged by an else 1. 190 and before January" d man who ha never stood againsta
EXPERIENCE January .. Mi L. M. Nicholson.
I tlfr, pledge in writing upon oath, be- ,,, 1! 03, they ylll be required pay poll bar and builds railroads, doe D.t

fere any Inspector to abide by and tax for 1903 only.i know what sudden wealth Is.
I tako this .. .b...l t.. tnt-rn 'he vet.ere ,.
support. the reeul: cf such primary, and I i,' Any one reaching their majority (21 of Dad i ty that I wll be a eaadldal HEALTH IS YOUTH.

i I support the nominee thereof. j jI |: year) on or after January L 1992. WIll i; for .....te.n In the ..!\-- .Clerk I FOR Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age. -

i The poll shall be opened and closed j i, be subject to payment of poll tax for of the ClrcnK Cow <. bjKt to the "tlon | -

TRAOC MastsCoaviaoa : at the several election districts, at the 1903. of the DraHMrada prtmartoa. May HprvraMnc. UNITED STATES SENATOR Her bine taken
every morning before
If elocUd. to pert_ the .*
:Le !I' h"urs Died by the general election law. I 1 IB all case of exemption of a voter' tb. .f tile oOo. fcs the future. a* m the breakfast will keep you In robust

',-..... .-Mud,-.. ..... wa. Tae following named persona are hereby '= j jI I from payment of poll taxes he must put to the best *r my abtnty. I WIll | VOTE FOR
a..as -- e I health fit to ward .. .
fc >f you off d. .. It
a... a.h.r..rM1a fw..s5. !I : appointed Inspector and Clerk for j|, secure of the supervisor of registration be grateful to twos who win favor m* '
as r. I'
h.aa.snmN..aL. = I, with ts* r vo<.*. J JAMES P core constipation bllllonsnes
.MM r..m_* ifc__* *toMrt tmm se _....rcST :::.. tl e several election districts: i a certificate setting forth the fact that | dw E. C. DEARBORN. TALJAFERRO fever skin and liver and. dyspepsia kidney -
--eb-sect -
-- (See report of committee meeting on such voter U exempt If the certificate wHOM
NAME 18 COMMONLY PRONOUNCED complaints. It purifle the
r '. ScitlOne Jlmerkaf.A I the voter of1 I blood
? first ) Ii I i,! exempts from payment
page. I hereby' aaaoow myself a eaadldato and clean the complexion. Mrs. D.
51.4,5..1 w..bN poll taxes for both and' AS IP IT WAS
b.ae..ar. .. a.wat. fMsa: I year (1903 :, for the once of Clark of tile Ctremtt W.
-. a--.w .r. ) i i The voting shall be by ballot on Smith Whitney. Texas writes Apr.
.r t --_.1 -by iii .wW-4 I 1 1903). If properly registered, he can Court for Dade Comity subject to theapproaebing "
ticket furnished by the- State and I"ILUDIITOLlYfR. 3. 1902.! I have used Heroine and find
!!1!H l .o 9v': then rot upon presenting to the Inspectors -* doe riimunatl primary ....- It the beet<< medicine for constipation

County Executive Committee: sad a(; such of I
I eerthlcat exemption.If
I dw Z. T. IfXRKXTr.Boooa and liver trouble U will do all you
tie close of such ejection the Inspector If voter la subject; to only one!
claim for it I
Fla. can highly
TkMa. recommend

'!1. !!!!!l and Clerk shall proceed to canvass I poll tax either for 1902 or 1MB. thee i! ,i I it" We a bottle. Sold by Red CrowPharmacy.

Mss the rote la accordance with, the State ea m rate will apply a* to securing I I hereby. aaaenaoe atyMlf se a **aoV| ,

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DAILY : THIS IS INCONSISTENCY. I I TALiAFERRO'SRECORD : pending and It went through bolt I

ThC Houae in thai shape, becoming a law. I
I II | DO NOT TAIL TO SWHALER'S |
,. that U In*
The .r) element argil I I
IN THE Indian War Claim.
MIAMI
' METROPOLIS.vr U) and night aaao.l a- oventloc : I So much has been published conceralng .'

5. 10 draft a ilerlaratlou. of prlnrlpKc UNITED STATES SENATE Florida's; ancient claim first1presented JEWELRY STOREI
..a seer, day .,wept .4a'.: roa-1
t \u.r the Slat Dftaarnrj met In I I in tbe Senate by Senator.Yulre .

R. a. IRX Uitan. .-noon in Jacksonville and nomina'' I BRIEFLY STATED. in I IS** fur money expended: I I I IIT.
tt ,. IMttttTO'i' ( : In the payment of troop and otherj j I 3l4..12lhStreet. I
w .l. delegates to the National convention
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wise in the Seminole 1 In
'upiirexslng
. IL I. InaOt. JV...as.w''""_. It It acid to have been one of Free Delivery Routefy *. '
"> Taliafensecured tbe year of ISStt! ; and 18,5;;?. that little |
r-::. -<< t. Ik* FactoAe a* JtUml.Florid*. the most adroitly rot and dried affairs | hi* effort, Senator need be said of Its earlier, history. I'I
.._.....1........... j the esliblbhment of a number
F In the history of politlr In this of Fre Rural IVinery Ki iti>i. I In with which all Floridian are familiar.

\' T .. .... 4.osI .r% ........ /wal.ar4 ';D '1, Slate Hon. Albert \VllllamMin re1 I Florida and of ,uoMal) Mib- 't tion* ini \\ ben Mr. Tallaferro entered thSenate j'i
.. .ala Ito of.... Cnlt.1 1'...*. at bas th previous effort of the'.
e 1 I In his Jackuourtlle the nuiMirb of the City ol Jackkon
._.he.e ..fl.. ..nln.lL.e firs to thin convention i States repiesentativea In the F. MILLER d CO.
: I Till. .
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'" .. Floridian aa : grecs had reunited in having tbe C'-I
Ile.
anttre.Ill *!!' pr
.1 rva'ltBff Sucttftort( le u.;. AMen.
f!! et......,.. .ttAa fr.ml rh.-n "'04. -\ hare thought, over and dreamed I Fast Mail; to Florida. rotary of War make and state aa )

.. One- Year by }lal... . . . .$30"() over the deliberation of the M'I'f'ft'flJnf..r..n. Al a rooaib' of tf Ciinnnttt! e on] count showing the respective amount* Undertakers and

f Sia MooUi. . . . . . :::..11f .... of Hearst Democrats In 1 PosloSc :ad! I' T I- Sisfor amendment Talaferro tae mutually Culvii due Slate irom the With state a and vier from to !,I, Embalmers

t . . ... IS this city, and are mill compelled to I .u..Ct'f'd..d in haiinan:
,.,.. Month . reported by the Ciiuiiniteo to the Hucci-s! ,iul advocacy of tbe claim '' 4U-12th Street. Phone 25.

f .. Week, by Carrier.-. .10 :\omit that we can neither nee the the clause of the bill:! unmdniK for "' h* planned for a place OB the Committee

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Tie liuni PrinUnjl> Compinj.Afvcrticlng contlntency. of the .d... .1.... of .. Atlanta and New Oran! *. for the extension After many month of careful study, I I

I rate made known onapplication. I primary election av.tanl ,,' nominitI : of similar tail mail facil.tle* of the detail of the claim aDd the existing I'
_Itb additional situation-in which be had lbo'
JackwravI'le : "
t | ....: "!V(;.t oj! nfVaU hfn :b., to :
compensation to the railmadH Ti invaluable a l TELEPHONE. 1-2R. [resort to the "t>Ur ,'hairher" pnicevd bill a* thus amended passel the Sea i Uloiham. who furnished much of th*

OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. :it K* that chirw-teriied that itm\tn- ate, but the provision for the Jack I data and probably knew a* mari

f-. 432 and 434 Twelfth Street tlon. aonville runic ass stricken out In tneHotu I about the matter a* any other peraoaUvlng

used the term ronventiou *. -Senator Taliaferro decided
Court HOUM.OOMPAKATiVt -We have
Opposite I tbat the bet to secure favorable
way
!I advisedly For this la a (iUlluH'.nn. : '
,I P18TAJCI8.Tmm i Pension Committee Work. action upon it was to present It aa at I I

I I Fro without a difference. A conference 1 Ula A* a .member of the Commute. on1 I amendment to the Omnibus Claim* I -- .__z.---- .==--- -
Fact I rtoai I get I convention and a convention ir a Penlon. Senator TallalertM hail in hit i bill then pending In the House ant

f T. Tina; )lIa.1 w.. { conference. Eaperlally la In1: tine personal charge be penxlon interest, bleb embraced a large number of

.Mil** Mile I *lle. : when the conference become a rob of eHlsen-' Florida. Georgia. and1' claim Involving the Iterrot* of nearly,
-- 141 .. Sooth Carolina. The record of the': every Slate In the Union. He accordingly I
sit
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ire w. at n.tnilxatlt '
I the ; .
Save a.. .... .. ... alt I ... 81'I vention to extent I reunion OIBee will shoe how faithfully offered aa amendment to

i .-. ae(.aa.... ,. .141... -181 I I 411sp1 117n..rit.a. delegates tn another convention and be performed this duty to th. that bill making provision for the

:.. ale I SIR I lof e\t-n naming the presidential elector I people of all theStale, *. his report*! payment of the claim. In this policy,

0 =-=< Ilse nsea *. upon pension claim therefrom beln.c.dopt..d and throughout the entire course ol i BURDINE &
w,....rt Pn..e.o..l by the ful! ronimnti'e in practically legislation In the matter he bad the
\Ve these comments with tbprofoundeet
q..iwea.-'r'I..,! en I.. M2 make every raw I'l", ;M -. this work! united and enthusiastic co-operation

:i tea Cap.Java.-....... .' II1i8 .. WI'hr mlatfvinica. The "hold- be iatrodnreil and alilnl !In the pannage of the other representative of FlorIda

: -. ::......... ....::,,_1M I...... : ere" of the convention were and are of a large nnrrlwr of private pen In the Conirrei. QUARTERMAIM.

jour I friend, and we are free to con lion: bills for FloriJiai"! From the beginning the delegation

APRIL 27. 1904. fees our Intention of voting for their 1- : encountered active and determined opposition

I 1I Cuban Cyeeet Tariff. from other member who represented
nominee* at the primary, but we In- j
4 ,I When the War Ik"'irtmeni pad mill I claim embraced In the bill.
;. .f W1.a the tale I* toM May M. there will I ,,1111 i that for advocate of a primary Racy control of Cot me p-ovl.ionai By shrewd and bold insistence spot

L. t.. walling and caaahlnc of teeth. the primary I* the proper place to tariff then eiUtint fur the Mann! his right a* a Senator and upon the

-thlnlu- I nominate. elaaed cypress !111 r e* I'I>ID"' right of the State Mr. Tatlaferro poe- Fancy Dry Goods Notions Beautiful and Artistic

TOM McB ua Prot. nhrauthe : wood, the derv ban- eeedeil in neutralizing inch opposition
........ Hedidn't ''These gentlemen have convinced whoreniion 'nll Neckwear also the largest dealers in Novelties
rtabl man la UM rtabt.. lately prohlliitlrr-. S<'nii: <:r Tallafer! In the Committee and the !Senate notably ,
.. foe year .*... unprejudiced mind that while/ they ID' tbe of Senator Souvenir and Sporting Goods.
ly ro ap!'ear.Hl h' ;ogre th tV-prrt-nenl cane a prominent Complete line
( ---.-- advoi-ate the primary election system I and sncersefully: ari,red for a rhann" of another State who feared that of School
Books.
Bfci Jim Barra: hu sever told the pubtlrhv of nomination that even a convention I In the tariT.: I.>' m. : -i. of a ruling i the allowance of Florida' large claim Polite and capable service.
BfcA macs ha realised out of that & per .. the chance of hit
t of course, laPrivate a will be reported to aa long a* theyran of the Dopartment eherebj c)prea might endangt-r
rent franca.!**. This with lumber was raied the tame a* pine own. By ran fully studying the metis -
\ matter and ha nothlac to do control! It. lumber; greatly to the advantage of'' of tLU oi>(M...lni; claim: he was prepared I .

P--* J"1MtrtI. oI Florida mannfarlnrem and exporter1 1 to dKclose. it* weaknesses, bad

: and !I HAVE rg FROM BUCHJ. FRIF.SDtJ thereof and of all pertains ronnected'wltb thl been niH-esaary.; but this claim Burdine
noa &
;.': ;"b* B* fellow cols off his own. lit aubjert the C)pr.... lumber industry la waa defeated and tbe opposition to th Quarterman

.rla his fat* lie becomes .*,. friend. were a greater affliction toilm the State. i ii Florida claim did not materialise.Nevertheless ,
lonattc ...,.Iu... Dud county un- i iI
fur a than his hnila. other obstacle interpofced.

..... orliinately, ...1. god number of auch And impie other. man once exclaimed. In i i I Florida Appropriation I The bill which originated; In Twelfth Street.

1-eeeMi. >nicul..h and hltterneaa. of anlrit: "Oh' The work arcotuplii brtbe Flor'I' the House. was amended In the Senate 308.
J. O from frlenda" I II to contain a provision for the payment
are me my
aM tr Ida delegation In (.oDI;"" .. la the mater
be
After Mar M Hroward might If Mr. llennit. friend In other. Stale of aernrlng; appropriation for : of the "Sell r Wee!: ..lalnl.M formoo"1
TbiFWart >
revtenlah hla coffer by offering the I .la>'ed with him aa they did In Florida" Florida. la already: known \p very toe. bat tn building ship for the
The
to th* 8panlb. Government. ) excLimatlon.When Government during the Civil War.
unity well nwk-e the same
... 'Went of the State ,
any old prk* for Tbe Noose retailed to In the
concur
would have given the first conference of Mr.
I. -Is round IIp.tbe State baa bee
five year* ago .1 leant. friend* wan held In Jm.k onvlll. amendment and asked for a confer
the gainer by tbe work of the delegation
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he atatement was sent out. and an far nee The other Senate amendment I
over Four Million Dollar ti4.- I
Tile'pIe of Dad county will repudlau .s ae know hnn never been oflVlallv INHTYctedi i I; being Involved la the conference Senator
has been coat upon .... .... OOO.nOO. which Include River and
UM blemish that that no one wa ntd to Taliafrrm and bill colleague labored
eonmttuttng Harbor Pennlon*. Indian War Claim,
the character of the gentlemen *ienile In the movement who was not |I I ,ith the conferee for the sal
Public rtnildlnn: and Light Houvea
the board of county commlMtoner riem1l to the candld.icy of Mr. John .N.< vatlon of the bill. the advocate of -9
iso .. I Tbe people of Florida have been benefited
ty returning them to office May 8t<,. Lion for the 1'nlted 8tntr. I the fv-IfrMsp claim having; threatened -
.n.1' over $7.00 per capita.
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m! great irmtlnVatlon wan It is defeat If that claim wa not Included

U had not been fi>r )Ir Klaiclrr then he nhwiice of Mr. Claude I.'Rnrle. editor i i ;-- Finally.; Mr. Tallaferro *nggcrted -
would K have. been no Miami and yet. cot .I the .Jnrkmnvllle Sun and Ijilmr Jouruil Cuban Cattl Duty Reduced. that the Selfrldge Claim be referred .., .. .. . . .. ... .. .. .. ...... . .

tam penrtle who ........ here ,....o tk'atl' .i." had the dtattncthm of lieinc the Senator TaLafrrro. arguing before for iwuVpnient to the Court ot

.' pknper* and have pruepvrwt and growl. ,lit. He.irrl. adMii-ate In FlorMa. the Committee on Foreign Relations Claims In a separate measure, and this MoREE: BRO'i !
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.j rich, cajinot ay hard en4uirh things The editor of this pai"er. wh w.n present I I a '.eompll .hed a benefit for Florida solution' of the'controversy being accepted
..... aratMute. KINDER LOU. tI
.Inlt club organisedt GAS
their pay of of the flirt Hearst ,
him This t* stock gm.er* which they will not Pont opposition wa withdrawn, the
Florid was also not Invited and one forget. The Committee wa consider Conference CommAlM reported the JI8ke t

7V, It b iier weal a. far. aa to ant that the room I I )nit the reciprocity treaty with Cur bill favorably with the Florida claim I --_ \.

T>
Y t"lJoe bnalnc of the Bute I. rarrhK1at wniKin, 'offered aDd ably advocated the wor, Shortly afterward the Governor ot

P 1 nine-tenth of the time. Th.l for. lleiimt. were they treating : .
capital ; to he affected by the treaty was Orton receive the warrant. iJ
.if.......* hi trmimlUe that either Inert ilm ..rlhtlt i I trannferred from its position In the i ? VSell

t I* little or *o ...."' to attend" to In llx 8h_Milil titer not hate attempted to make ,:' lame providing for a :SO per cent rednction 1 Chase & Harney. Miami

(>tat* house or It la being ..mhl) m-g 11 firtionn: ., unit for their. favorite! j I|'I to that providing for a 40 pet bl t
','I \ePt-TaI"haneeatl. Hut instead of ahk-h they" ,,"mi4d to i I cent, reduction thus reducing the tar ] I i --=:::::::1I

1.t. their. vnntorlil rUtliator Into officen I 11r on animal below 60A pound il
I
fr: A certain officer of the Mouth AtUintla4iM the leant boom.If ,, weight from f? to $I.0 each, and OB I! I _1 n.c1er LoU Crates

.lron hi ..|,...001 aa having Columbia mini inti b. Mr. ll..irw friend have pbited ;!: animal* exceeding that weight from i par r .et.ld .<4 take the cruiser aim the pam way In other Htatea itthotiM ;1 $Sto$3. e
pes..rnla harbor without'' touching bat not lxa matter of surprise that ,, ...... ..4.. .* .. ... .... ,.. . . ,.. .

toot. and she only drawing K fet..n ie I In rixhl-aloftir losing deleiente In the.'Iffemit i'I Improvement of the St. John River.
lie uneeiitlemanl)' to West palm B?aol1. fa.!
It would Slxten
water shook The large", appropriation! for the improvement
....."ariCatood. but he '..... .
the fiVer MeHmt.Hi of the St. John River and
h* Intervtewed ;t;:tn and allowed Mhwurt to atxABibama. expUia weal enemies are his friend*.- providing: for* the dredging of the channel Situated on Lake Front adjoining: ................... .... .... . . . . ...
the City "ark. A cool comfortable
.h\plo as place
F why aura 1".1>< .al., ttnnnrr.Nothing secured through the concerted '
f a greaur draft to top at, with good table nerrlce. i
and ut of that h. Cutumbla. run In bottom.VtH make the Overage man caches* la Its Immediate effect many Sample room for traveling men. i

fetrhla L-- uite M mad an to run across a man ountft's! and nnmeron town that will I I '
be benefited through aa Improved Mrs. Ida B. H Pr pirietrtaa. 30S-iXh St.
Th bunch gn rho pretend to be too Innocent to nnlenitand :: fs,
'e track parlanrv A waterway, and Incidentally the entireMate i[ : _h.
away well together neck and ne hat k 1.- a shady Joke I will .ba....' In thin improvement J Continuous Service from 6 clock I oof.-
Tallnferm
the ouarter Ikivla and halt 'his will open up a sew avenue ot : .xn- until 10 p. m

a length nope and nna. At the mall Mr*. Nellie Wild, of Kanmu City I commerce thereby affording Inter* .e'. p.... .. .a.............. . 005 M.

toy Iw) by three lengths and. were tht la* brought suit for dTorce from E. O State shippers the benefit of eompl't"UoD
.. evident
lid a grand .at.. It. rouM Tfev"entheir I .Vild. charging that be MrlaD.; ..... aortly I which will Inevitably remit In

r thing hut an arrMent offered The brute! better nervl-e/ and still farther reduction -
Odds of two to on* at her.
winning mart In rates of freight on good coming K. J. 1'};('''
the three-quarter I N. Y. BAIL
but wo taker At _1_ th* tend Into aa well aa going out of the ;

the ArM atlll was runninic bopeleaaly nuae and IK** lienlh MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. ,, State. il PeeK 9 Bailey

ore their steeds and lhervltoped I -
xoutlta "pulled' wire. "envy wlnnen Cotton Crop ttatiatiea. butdr.. Bik-Graa

.. was nder" dtotaw-ed.. It. Tb.,.'* nothing like doing a thing I When the Senate Census Commltte ACHTS. LAUNCHES SAIL & ROWBOATS
-. a.d
horoushly. Of MI the Salve you ever of the 1 Slh Congress wan considering)
0-- I Overhauling Repairing. Marine
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Railway.O1I
the bill for the eiabnhmc-nt of apermanent
.* Alrhlaim. ".'.. HIo.II teard of. Bucklen't Arnica Salve b I Anolut 11. .
*>* Census Bureau the aggregate MIAMI. FLA
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ti women suffrage and It nays. "TMwomen be bent It sweeps away and Mire I, of the appropriation: required .

lad the right to vote ye terdn) .urn*, norea. brulaea, niLe, bolla. ul, therefor looked no large that Republican .

turned It down. Women *> nu era .kineroptl and pile*. It) I member of the Committee pro- SpecialSale 1 ---- 4t
they
C.U and. to vole, the opliiion of M.... Whisk JIll, -.c, and guaranteed to give sat amount posed to provided reduce It for by cutting the collection out the -- ........-.. . . . . .

ems.. of Topeka. to the contrary notwlth I tfactlon. By all draggUta. and printing! of crop atatlvtie Sen 'II

standingAnd. what la more, they ,un. dw 4 I I alor 1laferrox vigorously protestedagainst 5.78

business at the poll A..h- ,, this declaring that It wan the i 39 Carlos

to step Into a foul I one feature of the bill calculated' to OFMen's ;
.. for the rUcht '
>n ca aroum'n I benefit the Southern farmer, and cue Ii'Ii't
ai-M-Wnc __. with men sitting I Formerly Srj: ? palm, $otgl.
sidewalks. _HIttibaarw I .FOR notice that! If It was eliminated e t
and [ Summer
roratlac the floura would] oppose the passage of the bill CorntrYtaut: B aad 11th Street.I .
Juice ther. .. deposit a hallo- His protect was effective the Committee !

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the bill containing It becoming law
about and rarrr a .
kt..... kliegs nothing I +

haw m.da reading to the repair slop | Open all the
For year.f
id wewovldtft b* afraid I. my w IWhMierC Seminal War Penaien I
A ." The bill granting ten+.fam of l a per
..... tar a I, month each to the aurvlrlng aoldivr; Cohen's. KutcJi5:rl per day a.. l op. Special per wrrk and to Own-; ;-

believed for some tine { James P. Taliaferro.i of the Beminole Indian War of US: *,. I +. inertial men I_irje Sample Rootna. :

ne Herald trlorldafecorellthe \ I and to the willow of dee **ed. soldiers l'. O. 1U.\ IrA.s. MIAMI. KLA. ?
of
that.the DemocntU thereuf.'enacted In I!*"! was the once .
the Pre: i ...-*-- ...
for .
-baaUoll ol Hears Ject of Senator Tallaferro' Constant I *) I I' ,
is
4eDfy. The Herald would therefore i name commonly I care. The result of the ps.aEe: .j

the porainee. At Uw the bill will be to dlntrlbnte In Florida \ ..
him 1
Jibe to see
fact thai pronounced as annually for some years the nm
same time wo reoocnls the I of about 100.000 to the*... deservingand Hotel Biscayne

hwtU tile wUdom ot the Party decree I if it was spelled. long neglected patriots and theirsurviving .j.jOpt'D

that l4s Parker wu the proper max representitlve\ The original .

at Florida would girt bill for thla purpose was Introducedby
Ute Democrats I / from November i
pull Mr. Tallaferro tn the Mth CoD S GRAHAM
him loyal rapport and would not bt to )lay taL Proprietor
did those la rermtraniyatpM. louver"ar iTt eas, and paned the Senate, but wa .

la Blair cftmp "as chief defeated" In the H_. At the next I Corner Avenue O and Twelfth Street
Hp
who art mow u.
eMlon h* laeorporated Ita prorlalonam

roeeers.f Jags Parker-Tampa Her. another or,general ,...In bill then .... :
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ihinild be run than It is possible for "The Ideal"Special .

t. H. M. KING, my rl\IHan to know. The creation I George Flow of well Greece the people and how attache j

(, oaf a general staff would mtke the Secretary I
Funeral Director and. Embalmer. they are to hit person U evident

of the Nary practically a figure from the following! \ anecdote: One .

Ii IJOO AVE11E; lPrwsjpt >- ....ad. abuse chief duties would be to .ulD/IIl'r-1 L.>lie\: it eat the season I Sale of Seasonable

; "n..t.... to Telegraph or Tclvphone ralla.THE mend uncial functions and look tbe folio the of Pr
ur;r a.a.i iu tioD d-
crt of the great department's chief ideut l'"rnot-tha% French government Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices. 4

That U probably the reason Mr. Moo- through; decal of caution, -- -- -----
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,. I .................! '..... .... ardg the plan.A 1 111(101.ort of detective', who made Befti Betts Ladles black mobalr skirts WI JI

hit.: 1.IJ'"I't ty'. life miMTible. Ont i See the newest fad la ladle crush round length, wren cored lap seas

f DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. \ NEWS ON THE BAY. meeting of the tnmteps of Stetson '' dax the king, an was his custom. j !belts. white. tan black and mod Inverted plait; the regular $7.50 k1a4.

!r .......... 'uitcrblty has been sled for April Went for a walk in the country, and, Skirt! Shifts Special'price.. . . 0...$$.OtLadies

MIAMI FLA.. April 27. Juo.&. The part) eumpow'd of Captain and ;, :1, at which time Important matters'I'1 I ti his majesty was alone a plainclothes I

'- -. Keimier Mr A>rra and Mr. Albert will\ .be considered In reference to the agent kept him in view, never seven gored Sicilian cloth Lsdiea Silk Stoit.

MAIL SCHEDULE. mho went out jenunjay on the )' inotitutlon. The enrollment at the losing sight of him. So evidently ( .Virtu, in white; all man tailored per.. A large assortment of silk suits

Jupiter for the diy. had mom enjo ', was he the that fect fitting with seam flare; special _
a > "Diversity this year tan .been over one shadowing king; a I many style and colon; all handsome .

Arrive from the North outing and pwxeedeti in catching !hundred less! than hurt.year, and this brace [11i-lInl. mistaking his intentions I Prk-. . . .. .... .... ....".00 ly trimmed and tailored .

.,. *:05 a. m. I Line grouper ami e two e \ barracudao { railing off of students has, of course, and taking him for an anarchist I I I

11:25 p. m. rmluced the revenues. This approached his majesty ealuu-d Cartels.
was no
,
t Then< hi KI'UKliket Captain Chas
-Clo** for the North- .. .. I Ie more than was expected, and In viewof him respectfully' and in a mysterious I :
.,,11. gone to the fishing ground t" t I Ladles C. B. Conet No. 302. made 3f J
(:05 .. whisper said: }kog pardon
m. ulth l |n 1I' I what seemed the determined effort Jour i !s .beet quality Batiste this

IMS p. m. 1 e e .>f certain people to ruin the InitUu- majesty but there 'ODe of them 1 J the correct, erect form.; corset give

The pCMtnn-r M4rtfmi ivi irtfttn I'..,. \! lion the only wonder is that the school following you. But keep your mind I

THE WEATHER. \ whkh sails Friday for N"" ...... will ..... has done so well. The cause of this eagv. 1 ve got my eje on him.- I I! Special price... .... .... ... ...11.:;

I last trip>f in* **..""o i. San will t' Pad Hall Gazette. I No.
I..r (4?
I Warners
war against the school Is too well remembered rust-proof corset, .
Easter FloridaFair i lay up fur a few day and then f>
W..hlnctOD.-For to need \ I Ia. corset that gives the .
almost
j.1. inn sir r".' will be hailed. i a* rrviewingThe ex- A More Daring Exploit. I is sat.Ufactloo
and warm east to south wind ,
the dry dork and undergo extenl i ctute first was that Mr. Stetson thought Admiral Clark the famous commander I both for correct shape and
I
a:
Maximum. I pair preparatory to next _n'* i.n i..It essential to the good of the school' of the United State battleship wear

Minimum 71.TOWN. _. i to get free. of Dr. Forbes. I I:
After
Dr.
Oregon, *.ed tome of hit
p
i e e e e : :
I Forbes was no longer a factor'In the early in Greenfield Mas I II
Work i* being; punned rapidly. ahead jean
4 (case however, the fight continued although There in the winter he coasted I
dredge of the F| E. ('. ('.....puny at price.-.1L'I II II
;: It was more especially directed down Bnrnifton, mountain hair
\ TOPICS. ;| marine was ad jai-cnl to the .. a I

dock The repairs now bring made (' I against the board of trustee, presumably raising eitierienrc and one dear I '

I slats of laying a new deck and ..... for the reason that the trustees prized by the youth of the village, t : i

I POLL T.AXEa.-TIoere are very many !extensive .work which, when .......p..... II failed to elect Mr. Stetson president font meant much to reach the bottom I STawi FrwT I

voter* who bar sot yet paid their null 1 will make It a* fond a* new and In ,i vice Dr. Chaudoin deceased. Whatever in safety.Shortly .
tan and mleas they do so before Friday i'condition than ever to pursue the .. Lila jhrWistee .
night It will be too late. Every one Inlereatad ins work in the ....J'. ,j I the cause of the fight may have beenIt after the Oregon's remarkable I One hundred waists, all sties, all -
ta the coming election should I I was certainly continued, and the result voyage in the SpanisL- a

attend to this matter at .-.. Hand-line fishing from the "",, as foreseen and expected wa American war one of the commander's I the latest style In lawn, madras and

dork I* now a popular apnrt. The fl that the enrollment of students boyhood friend wrote to him. Batiste: only a few of each style-
I
was I
I. ......... : worth and We offer to
WILL START BOON.-The tannic acid I yellow tall and snapper, bite I decrease. and the revenues of the In- It was not just in ordinary letter of 11.50 13.00.

factory will start up for buidnea the first and Rome large ratth- are made Mltntlon congratulation but a handsome situ clone at .. .. .... ....!!e. each
curtailed. At the !at
meetIng 'I
et next week. A considerable quantity. ofasangrove I I I e sincere tribute to splendid seamanship Ladles Japanese aUk shirt waists:
.
The dredge of the Florida Extract C... of the trustees Mr. Stetson throughhis
bark and palmetto root baa and such back and front tacked and trimmedwith
.1|! which nan been for .... personal bravery at.ny
engaged
.......accumulated, and from which the pony representative Mr. Search we believe I
Urn In removing the old bridge and man would be proud to read I 1 lace; Bishop sleeve; a waist that
extract win be made. The output win : stated that the attacks on the :
'i Inc obstruction from across the river aloud to his wife before mailing. Ii will wash. Special.......... ...$2.45't
be from twenty-Ave to thirty barrels ofadd K-hool were made without his knowledge !
day.REPAIRIKQ. the foot of Avenue Q, aha about .... due course the answer came. Ladles shirt waist, same as cat. '' '
per i'I pleted her mnrk ;: consent or approve-.- and the I .
"Dear old it "It really
ran.
m.n. trimmed with lace; back tacked; new

AVENUE D.-The city I Two schooner* loaded.e. with pi...."' .. I question as as to who b responsible remains wasn't much-after taking dou I sleeve, with tacked cut Special... .... .... .... .... ...1.08I r
prisoner* "are sun engaged In repairing yet an nnaolved mystery--to ble' runner down Burniston moun
mad racradlng Avenue D. They are worktac I from the key* arrived this morning the unsophisticated. This however. Is tain." 1

oath and have gotten sa far .. largely a matter of ancient history, the I, E. B. DOUGLAS
Tenth BUMC TIle work .. hat -I Years' I
a wrest
fact remains, however that the administration A Thirty War Ended. ,

.._.Mara._.. t. this much traveled thor- i HOTEL ARRIVALS. i committee<< was confrontedby Thirty \er of war with the \rhi.DfS I 310 and 312. Twelfth Street.

a problem bearing on the finances e, a ferocious lot of Ualays, .., T

a.ililtiiCIAN of the Institution that they thought bloodthirsty that they actually wanted '"i 1 i .Y. -- \.0&4. i tee werksua'.

MENTION.Jar. CA8UM- be t for the full board of trustees toconsider to defend their own island and re- BUSINESS LOCALS. Ii' *oad; US at Tb Racket Mora, -

PERSONAL Mr. and lira Loula C. "'bill.... .. ,'and If possible to solve and fit the imfofcition of a foreign yoke .21 I _

W. E. Colton,, W. H. Cumbers eon1 ..e understand that It I la,'for this purpose upon them, has! cost the Dutch ............. The Thr* that '"". *** are wile "*'
\"* <"IIM..lane)'. Jackaonrllle; J. B 200000.000 and has been conducted toy. "auarloo Cate' for wat _""*
WANTED. cook Arcade
at Hotelat
B. A. Houston. of the railway mallaorvtee and wife, Miss Aubrey. Washington: l that the trustees will meet on the 1, Tb Racket tor*. "
JackaoavUlo I* u the city vMttaC and Mn. D. L. Carrtoon, Georgia; J. list last.-DeLand Suppement.WaateA.. *o privately! that hardly anybody once Zl' I ___

his .......... H. O. Hoo toa. ('_... Dania. outside haw heard anything aboutit. Leave your ....... for Tlmea-Unioai
4'c It in now over the principal I Smlth'. Aewa D.pot eo..... at
i' per ao.th
FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD.
Mr. C. L. .......... a prominent toss- I PIONEER- 1.1........ sultan baring laid his turban at the 11.:' fo.- three tai.stha &II; <

......s merchaiit of Savaaaah. I* la the'ty (Cha. H. Plummer, A. A. Do......).. feet of the principal Dutchmen concerned I Yearly subscrtpOons take at Smith a -
( ea business.CaI4ala I I ler: J. J. Keith. Chicago; O. E. : and the soft Sumatran air, j I t 1 hereby announce: myself as a :10.... rpo fur any wtaain, or news-

son. New York W. Paamnor. .1"...*. spu-e balm now breathe *f con- ,[,dldste for re-ele.tfoa to the eaD-1 I pate at pubUabenprice_ *. :II

and Mrs. A. VT. Bute and IIr.1 ."..: Oiri* la.. M John, llallendale.; cord. It i.' high time that the dove | member of Board of Public r
Chaa. Pattosi have cone to the ... Q. -1111..... Lemon City; Mr. 1..ln1.0. \ ... of Dade A Splendid Square Piano, ta good repair '*, .
the county, subject to the Democratic I
of should dew-end there *
...... I'I peace for sale
teaks today and a* condition are favoraM I very cheap Mrs. "
they expert a good _te'". I oooA- hope rather than the expectation| Le- primary May 10, 1904.! Beck. B.,?Q e
I
I MATE :s EWB.I ing that it. roost! may i-nrre pond '' d W. M Burdla J
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Mr. sad Mr*. D. I. Carrtnoa. prominent -- in duration with its protracted ab I ----.- I OFFICES
FOR
RE.'
I ,att 'I T-Single ..
Oeergtaaa.. are guests at the Baa Carlos. The government building mall > sence. W Al'\"TEn.--\. at Arcade Hotelat 1 suite or.
I : see M IIJat<<-Beck. real
and win roman her several day Theyare once. 21* estate
which *<... hen lavln <1nrm if ::0 1-2 *
greatly Impressed with our .eeI..t Queer Taxes. Twelfth Street. MiamI Fla
I months again revived Ta -
was
many I : :
ctlmato and beautiful little city.Boston ;
I.day when Postmaster Arnow r<< Though: London bridge hall had r FOR KENT CHEP.-Dlning and Pleasant Sleeping Roams
iyf hou it for about l.'Oyear ;; tm mj ]
I. represented her today byand Instructions from the Treasury BO >M upon| kitchen in Arcade Hotel. 219i Twelfth-Street ResiJeuce. SLower. bath '
JIr. MnC Uwii C. -, laves are still |paid on the i\ S
Whiting whoj areWdow..n ment at Washington to proceed In I etc. For rent at
summer
house that steal there. rates Mrs -
a pleasure trip and guests at formerly i BIDS WANTED. \
tatter of securing bid. for the "( J; E. C. Beck T".1
the Baa Carlo When about the year 1756: it wa1deiided 1
of the lot awarded to the \' 1 rf /
clear the bout from the
to ** T..ra.Ff' requested for the
by Messrs. Hampton and Graham. deliveryj
J. B. Smith and wife and their guest bridge (certain ta\e and tithe survitcd Headquarters fancy groecnes.. traits
:| j j the les-h at Cape Florida IB vidn- i
'
Miss. Aubrey are prominent paopl from I Compliance with these and hate been paid e,rr since. tea, at Wilson Fly a. 7Company.
ath and Arnow secured Ity of Old Town. Snath Point andiwMrf.
Washington D. C- SAW I city Judge Immediately ,
to the rectors of M. and SL
Magnus
guests at the San Carlos for a fw ....)-*. I aid forwarded same to the ro ( (of twelve hundred toot native Houl and familiea can buy grtne
Olive churches. Not J leas than $300,
authorities at the national i Dollle-Oh. granny do the heathen r..k In pieces not under fifty pounds. i I It.rk Tennessee Cft&JII.t Blacajae Dna
I' 000 hat been (paid to I h..eIII.<> par-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. .....u--. prominent Tbeplaas and specifications of : savages wAr trooaersti V, to begin Dot later than May let i Company. 14]
iihen\ the IIOUM filch
..... Granny-No. dear. Why? society people ef Atlanta are I building are not just what has i f..riiitrluelded them and completed by August let 1IOt.ReJ..lolI .
1|i I DoJlle-WelL then" what did were pulleddown.
arrtvala. They have hem aa the RastOaaat pa ge I I
of and all bids I Iby Pare Tennessee sale at
mired by th.mo t deeply any reserved II cram on
,,
They sunned only the
aenral week for Mr. 1ellnm'sheath !I and put a trousers button la the collecting not I
which Is much Improved and will .... The specifications provide bag for .t fbnrcb today? II..u-4., but the old bridge itl elf. R. M. Mttnroe j Biscay Drug Company142

r..msla kr Indetltnltely.HOUBR | the building shall be only one aiOr I, And nov there i it a movement to I"3 Cocoanut Grove Fla. I ---_ -

: and that 4,000 square feet will be I w......... flop tbi kerul ghoet story of taia- I I If yon wantIce cream that is gno4and
"How shall I rid of wrinkles."Cutting FOR RENT CHEAP.-Dining and
.
< ,d for both and get my tion.
v i of
< poetofflc i 1 I pore buy it the Blacayae Dna
: WANTED. desirable furnished
R..o'n.-.r.. .. kitchen In Arcade Hotel. r*
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States land offlce.-Galneerille San !' I They oa Tennessee '
I creaau. 1
house, not too far from bnslraea them oat with a sharp knife Eggs and Gout. i ,
l
center, wanted for the cummer. Rear Admiral French E. : ,II to quite .effective. { ... i!i Itt ,
It ha. long lie'(-n known that ejrgwere B ea"w a nan critical.! !s : t ",
tbe commanding officer of tbe Eur "Of course ratting .leaves wounds
Apply at Metropolis offlce. ,' unsuitable food for .uljecls | that he has gnnd taste.FURNISHED .
I :gouty >
:>tin squadron U on board the bat you can easily make people belled.you VOTING CONTESl.
: i I chip Alabama, and this evening got tboae fighting with your bmv but certain' .phvi-K-Mii! of i

wAN'ftn-\\"ell-crow. white toy ;| .be. the bout at a dinner aboard band or In some other way that won't landing now affirm that they are I HOn I Every subscriber to the Dally Me-

or single young aaaa who understands |i thlp. He 11'11mal.\ on the Alabam.Ilor hurt your mantling la gaud _1c.otJ'.M_ not fit fur human consumption. being \, MI Tenth street for rent Apply at 1 tropoli can aid some deserving yoaag
Detroit Free too highly concentrated! for theJige I this office. _
and securing
plants maa.aad la
gardening. App..t Uejtropoli ;t a few d.,.. It Is said, and will rn&a. woman a btislnssa
.
oOce. Til ,, ti\e organs to manage. Eggs.thc.'J edueatiosr by using the ballots to which
I his station on the Brooklyn when Pro ......_. i I '
say not only aggravate gout, j Miami Conservatory of Mule
Ulss. IKivere We wild they arT>miUJed on payment of subscriptions. -
dilp' reacbeb port In the next few girls arrjnst cause
I but it. A New York
I :
physician l Franklin Colemaa
Bush
director. 23Twelfth :
Nice cottage for .:..at. $8 per month Rear Admiral Chad wick tat ( i iIB shoot Victor Pretty.Mr ho has nude I Read oar offer oa slita.I
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reputation asa street eeaj
.
Blnthalr-Sow. I can't
apply to charge of the Naval War CoII } simply 1'-
dietician will not allow of his ;I '
1I I PlldnrP him. I like strong.stern browed any .
217 J. 8. Bradford. I I.t Newport. R. I., and just before .- to eat than oncein Ii Ff'R HAI.E.-A
n of indomitable will."iraclmis ,patient egga'more I j photographing outfitronolmlns I CARE OF HOUSE W .-Asy
I[ Brooklyn reached this port a fr : What forr three months and even disicouragt ; of camera, tent, dark room

LEGAL, PAPERS. j weeks aco was assigned to the rotrmand They are no easy te manage."-Life > ruMardg and other dislirt made I'i,1..1.... tillable for viewing and portrait one desiring' to have their faralah4
work, almost aa gad a* new. Will *e|| home eared for daring the __ for '
'| of the European squadron r with t'gXe. York Po' t. .
1 Here ............ \ | ."- r0.1\ on or addreM No. ::a. Blev-
i the of of the
tiering Rear Admiral Cotton. He cani use a portion same may
LEGAL PA PERU "1 wnaM give tbe world te make tenth Street.I St::
ffl ffl ffl III fflTVe ,. yes Vieliii and X '
i: here a few dan ago and has been n Rays.A communicate witcan. of Metropollg. *.
following paper were filed fnrfweord happy. aakl the romantic young man. i I .
ta lie clerk'. nilk... rtrnitt cowl., the Alabama ever since. The Brookyn Never mind about the world" sM. writer in 'Electricity says it has i LIVELY CONTEST.One .

4 daT. Is expected to reach the bay -. lIMo level bended lass; "Just you make been covei-ed that the aging of a 1 -

Mortgage deed <"** O. Rambo and wife I' rime tomorrow and then the new commander ,... of KB a week, with reasonable violin can be artificially secured by':' NURSERY STOCK FOR 8AUE.
to a D. Leffwr far *=i. eI lota MackM I will take charge. There pros,,,sots ft/ promotion.-San Fraacla- exposing: the wood to X nyi. The vote with every tea cents paid I

*. city of Miami.MarUas I i'.e' Examiner beautiful tone which ha heretofore I I for subscription to the Daily Metropolis II 1

dead rnace M. Plait and" I' the usual naval ceremonlea attendant resulted from a natural aging of the which eaa.be used toward paytng .000 rough lemon trees dfaaet.rfalsest
wife to ABM for RS*.**. the change at and I
Myncaaa wand upon flag, one Inch; fine roots; aavMeed
C.etIa. Seared wood for fifty or sixty can some worthy young boo's way (
theca-gurter.rrw ta aertlon i. imriiahlpsklp ..11be\ something of aa eventPeaeacola Anxious WIM-1ieeliW da you think \ Jean correspondence coarse Isbookkeeping J I.t six cents each U sold soon. Ground
B south of range fl ...... thus be obtained in a tingle day.If through a
News i my lot:atmnd I* any easlerT Tor tall most be cleared early la May. Can ba\ '
Mortgage deed Qea. O. tame and wife : I this be true, Stradivarius now or !steoography.

t. Carrie R. Tutt'nt 17 and weM half' Imtorpatting. bis pockety s'boald. rill be no longer at a premium except particulars read the half-page announcement seen at the Ransom grove. Orange \

M n. Part Dallas Park. Term. privateRehva The current season of Congress so. He has Jnst paid me twice se in so far M perfection of manufacture la to-day's paper.' j+|Glade, or address \
'
be for visit
as usually BM a
of Lee McBride to pays j jBaltimore ,
ajorls e.
Fred C. Miller.Ded. tot dispose of the proposition to pro.ride I American. I is concerned, though it ti ,I Thoa. w. Mather, Mngr.

Henry E. Tattle, render, and J a general Mf for the navy. '! probable that, u in matt other proe-I FREE SCHOLARSHIP. i''n* Box 5C<. aty.

B. ...\1,.. eomml jHniier. to Mary RobInson will go over until the next -loa.hooD A msr ealas ft_... e *e*. tbe I I natural aging will yield

fee gs lota :. B. 14. and I... blab ; It wilt probably he adopted.Meanwhile And what do tOG think of papal the better tone. i There are many young peoples
M. Mlaari. '. .ked the beautiful girl j j"t -- We ass Teaacaeee ream la all IMC

Warrantee deed Mary Rrh-kell and htmto :''; Secretary Moody I I. understood 2 try not to tblak of him. answered | A Feel Wager. I Miami and Dade county Interested to'' Ice cream!and aiso have Ue
Otarhxi Tiffany. for *2*es. tea' to be opposed to the ...- plain
lover la
glancing nervously the
A German it rolling a barrel of earning.book-keeping aa4 steaognwpby. .
-ra* ta aertKm 1C t.wn hli C. snolb nf staff scheme. as I* now la contemplation. of tbe door-Chicago Poet I I wine Switzerland cream oa sale at ta BUcayae Drag
through
-range a east He think that the on a was and the MetropoU proposes to. t
present
genral er lie bet that he could roll it
,
Warranty deed. RdwardValeleine. el Cocoanut
I for two of them t plants large aad
hoard mild be reorganized Ago Marked DewsMadgeNeliie nake It possible small at
m*. ta Cherlea I. ("no vh 1rRVu* .... : from his town Waldkirch-en-Bris- I''Caaee' A
better resulted. The strongest advoatea says abe la twenty- chance: without the seat et a Hamey-a. jrjBlsearae
block i<. Wj-t Pain Bearh.P gaw, to Rome. The barrel) contains lave a

.... H. M. FVicVr to Uwl Webber of ue gereral staff are to Marjorie-Yes: tweaty-focr marked sixty gallons of wine. The journey dngle dollar. For ton ceUfla of the 1

far Pak.ISO.dL oaM half IM X. Mark it West round within the nanl service. Inra from thirty-nine.-Jndg*. at mapped ont win take him through tlsna see tII.'etstII page of this papa.COTTAOS ,! end the newest delicacy.

Chaa. olcer do not like to be bothered .are. )Munster Luerne. Altorf St. at Wilson A: Flye's mDaadraff
Quit etata dee.. L Craalm. et n.1| FOR RB2tT.-Tbr.e' room. I i
Ml 9 ivillaa Secretaries of the Navy. HaYIII. w Gothard Como tadMilan.
t. Randolph W. Washington (1 pa**, Lajuto, M per. mont Mss. the bay. Lemoa at,..

1 btoek.1/, West Palm -t'. J tI been trained for the "Y}'. aa I. B. MarrM. Liain CMy. 1 I care, strictly goaranteed.

for sale by Galla$ Broa r l- e


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-:; FOR THE UTTLE ONES. mentioned the inaja )palm of the CIOOOOCOOO 1 bank of the.\mazon. the leave of
The grouse has. a hundred tricky f which are ho leo-a than fifty feet in Bush iGif ti tiiAI \
& Safford Pie CoiHcoipiirale
Gf defenses It will sometimes lit j+ length; br. ten to twelve in width. no "t
still until the hunter i within I Certain leave of the
a !* Ceylon palm .. "IO.OOOtab'
yard of it,then soar straight upward I attain a length;; of twenty feet and ,
': In hit front, towering like a moodcock. the remarkable width! of sixteen Ssle Xtcpreoer-t .11 vea Clubbing
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_. _: Again it will riM forty yard The native ne them for making toiaway do $:,. a. New Ycc. I Rates
away, and the sound of its wings if I' tent*. Afterward comes the cocoanut ': :Emorrea: P13.n. C=.. 3cstozs.

cf his only totite of its presence. It palm, the uncial length of whoselenres ) Other HiEh Grade Piano :and Piano Plajer.s.
will cower upon a branch under! is about thirty feet. The'' _
s high be passes, and his cap will not umbrella! masnioha (Ceylon bear I If Pianos from $sup.. Cash or easy p.tytnentsTun
be more than a foot below it as bf leases that are so large that a single *' ning and Repairing.; .\ few bargains in slightly :g;
The
foes and though it has seen him i ii !i one may sometime sons u a used pianos. Open evenings. people of Dade County will want all the news
t approaching, it will remain quiet- .' shelter for fifteen or twenty per :, .; this year as it is to be an interesting one because -
:r' tent in frightful fear until his back I I son*. 1000000000000000000000000. ooe .l of the elections.
is turned It will flush then anJi! I I I 'I' .
when he,hu slewed himself hurriedly Tit For Tat.
around he wall catch only 'I.|! I Ilk. the 1Df"T) winter tlma. with foray : National State
I ice and mow; trallvLocatcc and County
glimpse of a broad brown wine far, I Ilk* to pale th* llttl girls with aaow.balla .' The
!t as UMJ P;
way. Wounded and falling in the 'i
--7 : --
i -open it will be found-if it is found -- -
at all-with the telltale speckles of \
I Its breast against the trunk of some U..FORSELLPROPRIEroRRATESz.f The MetropolisHas

brown tree, against, which its feath. I Pioneer
.
; < arrangements whereby offer
black Miff about the neck of tht can
mate will be laid against the darkest 'TOi-sol'ER I>.A such attractive rates for various newspapersthat
part of the bark. Often it rwih : there should be no excuse for people re-
doable like a fox. Often a* nan Hotel Corner A' ,mie It and ilh strr- maining in ignorance as to the happenings of

draws near it will spring noiselessly *\MI.FLA.: the year.
into some spruce and hide until he*
passes, dropping then to the ground'' -- -------- ------ -----
and continuing ita-feeding. Often I d
too it will decline to take wing,' 1 RATE.
though unhurt,and will run fast for Lc1j.P.
1 tike to aee them dodge and run and hear
a half mile-so fast that the most them pqueel" to dread;
txpt' woodsman will be unable to I Ilk. to puah then lal* drifU and scrub The
keep pace with it. This it will do their. faces. red. . A&c1... t 'n. E'C..lA- Daily Metropolisand
and I DOW ate In my employ one of the One Yeas
leafy ground
only on I
never I Bat njr. thla ura-f aka a bit Tr* ball j. 1 s.
best dmman In the South. and as:
when snow would betray it* tracksouting. about .ouujb.Tb.
winter k n. fun at all when gtrlm win j better ) thaif for rarniakIng $10.00
; play ao rough* i I IAnnl. p. i arm ever Daily .i :mes-Union
WUlla, McCullouab l. St. Nlcholaa. : plan ..D O- "
f A Siiatr. S""" .
fin 1.:1 1 ore work etc Semi-Weekly

I lire in a little round boa.e. ;' Times-Union..s.so.
Littl Mary K.._. I am now hradqnartcr fur turned
I hate no window, but I have a work, arroll sawing and all work .* Ii
door- The teacher five; the .following Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
problem: tI sally doo. In a first cla* pin alc(mill
This knockedon I Union _
morning some one Send orders bur and $2.00
door
"If Maryfound a nest with fix me toes S
the top of my boiue. I think itmore eggs in it"and on the way to the T window frame- hi'lustcra. brackets With Atlanta )Jburnal twice a week -
elite! knot the door. $2.25
to
|' on house broke to of them what part etc. and be eoJI\inl'f' I Leard a little girl sing: < 0 With Weekly Palm Beach News f
=
of her could she break? .oo
\ "..d. .... -- .ot at ,'..r Bute.Or eggs T \ M TLA
The of of
owner a sparkling pair
I will bum you u black u a coal. '
eyes and fluttering hand was given -- -
1 did not out. I waited t
tit she went come Then I took un s permi..*ion to speak and said: A GREAT+ srxsbTrDx. Tralna of tomatoes are going to the Old subscribers must pay all back dues before
away. The! shelU would,be broken. There was a big sensation Lee I take cash
abort waik. 'I I in northern markets dally from the Jow- cats advantage of these offers and 'J
The that ran around Ind. when W H.
mem ripple rilte. Brown of that in advance
I took my house with me. I feel er Indian river aad Biscayne Bay I must accompany all orders for
the class shoved! appreciation of the place who ... expected to die, bad (
lifer to hare my house with me these combinations.
Something may harm me if I corn point. _____ his lift saved br Dr. Kiac's New Discovery country and the arorrs are reaping I
for Consamptlon. U. writM: handsome profit Many of our former
oat of boa- .. _
my Nat t. M nti d. ADDRESS .
-| endured lnrafferabl *rmil. from Volusia county men are dowa there | -r'
I hare very good ere*. They are One dar. the children were baring
Asthma, but your New Discovery fare !(|enjoying the tide of prosperity. There
at the end of horns.
long lesson the
my an objet t nn guinea pig
,Immediate relief would have been no down I
country
m. and aoon thereafter
My eyes are not pretty but they Th'acher called Cation to it
effected! a complete care." Simi there no great trucking industry, BO Miami
Second Header.
art useful.-June short tai:. Mving. "You see it hatno i Metropolis.f"
great had been for
tar earn of eonmimptloa. pneumonia prosperity It not
tail to speak of. Shortly afterward ,
A Lf F..a TM*. die a>ked the scholars to write bnncbitia and grip are numroun. Henry )I. Flag.r.-v) County | .
What .frees bear! the largest, .., ..""( -ription of the animal and a 'It'..tile peerless remedy" for an throat Record.If .
i leaves? An En li.b botanist tell! little German girl wound up br: saying > |and lung t-ooblec Price tint and ft.on.
u that ip.i t'aose that belong to The guinea pi? 11.. a tail!I, bat'':Guaranteed. brU 4n 1ata. Trial yon aohi!T' aneeess, you moat 'i \'
the palnkHfanilr. First must U it mart not be Ulkcd about.*' 1 j bottle IT-*. J walk ivticL&oj: ctcr !01'-:..
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An incident. ,
extraordinary alleged I
Trade
LOCAL TIME CARD No 5r. +in Effect Apr. I2.I904MMTHOUKO i I to have occurred about the middleof Mark: J

I REAL ESTATE : December Iat, ba .u.-d an immense -

IOUTIIIOUIlll-aUI I DOWN .j -aui W.mTKHlt .ti '! pen-atinn in Itethrwl (In a i J

.... -- I..** ...71 f Friday while a woman ..a< washingher '
pr., D.+"I J.Ir. 'Blly. thrtf-nmnthc-oKl! M> the 1 WADDELL'SGuaranteea

.1 o .... ........... ....... .., Lv J.u..... Ar................ f W. Otlicea up Plain ('or. A Yr. C sod 12: tb St. !I stow ices. the ti a* thunderstruck $ i
.. ._ .. .. .... ........ .. J k......*. L. ............. ......... 185 j ;
I 1 01$ ltu sa. ...._.......... ......s..IIL! ....,....... ....... ....... .. .... !/ t aU.... I U BBI to I hear; the baby say, "IJ!..,d ,
It 11. .... ............::..........II..... *. ................... ...... < u. 64ta. Miami. Dade Co.. Florida.POWERS' f I l liwtildtn $
N U.'. .... .....................L raJ.'.. ...... .. ..... .. ... p nadwy ( ddy ne.af nura, ..

1. 11 10. ..._....At.J.U.\tkft Lv.......... .... ....1.18.11' I I Iw-hi..h. roughly tran.-laUtl. means $ You are +a'uLed 01' !
M It u a ............._.Lv..i'aUsUA-..., .... Tara" .. 00'1'I Next scar will 1* a u-rnMe tor, He it t.ot. sHe

100 0U. ._......-............."'"..>i. .,L> ............ ............ I erne V ,t MEAT MARKETS i i i mother'!" In her a-tonn-hnn-nt and
... ...._.._.... ....1...,..M.Ar...................... j" TSI* 000.' ''terror the mother laid tl-i child putt s
you ea
n, ............_........L... "....... LY....._................... IMaI4 'OS p down and ran to a neigh W* hoi-' 1 ty.*Uiag tcp
_..___............. ............................. you tt the
I.$ lJ UI,, ...._._...._.............Ben INtpt'BI.IlS................ ...........- .<.al aM p ', Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. 'i I and told a woman there of the CH.-J I bottom. I
..... .._._........On.ends............................. I$01 ,
Up 1117. currcnce. The woman at once ran
.."-... .-..... ..........,........................... ....... 4 Ua I U pUp Sausage Hams. Poultry, etc. Cr a I
III Up ... :... ... ...*..to ... .. .. It. {' to the house and, picking the child | Tarr trif T.. l.-
.-_...:.._.J.-...-_-....-..K -w ..u ( ::::::::..:::::::::::::: uaa :lOp wii : .* A5I.'UE IK VIAML tLOMIDA. S .,,,, ., .
.._._...._....._..........k 1111..0 Ua up, soothed and earraed it awhile, t ;. ,..,.
11 p ._.....__.......Tttu.r/ll....................._..... ( lit J half 01 fAia wrdnis le_
fll1 >.1 rp p ._.........._..........OnrR.irklMlr<+............................... ..1. K,p and then half playfully, in #
...._ ........ ..,. >! earnest, hf' lira 11 Cot
0't4 p p __...::............E.. tiallw...::........:::......:::::. 1..a 11 at.atOl 10.. LARGEST STOCK a.d lee
__.......... Mrl. bourn.._...._.............. ; YOU tell tour mother that next yea'I
a.. 11 4p p .__......._.......baot...._.........._........... 1.*4aIII HOT list** I I I would I J. : a ttrrible r' To"her A. WADDED .1".1"fa
.N 401 ......__....._.".. Lurt...._.................. It Ma .. *.* year .. p
a u .. ... .......ft. Pl.rr .........._........... Jill.I. I i unbounded astonishment the child Rql .... 1.---- _
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................ ..._.............. ; FRUITS I c.u..u..e a
N U' d.-.M 41ea Fancj Groceries : .
Y ._____...._..1: .............._._..... 4<* I I replied. Tea, and fell back dead.
___...... _....J.._.............................. Offct rust NIL
I N ii.II'P ...................... .....itt..r.._.........a......-....I.. .N Maa a Hay Grain'Feed/ and Fertilizers.fR VEGETABLES The child was buried on the following &Jlliul AI. $
111 p ____.......R_ 8o..d............:..........._. i INS ,I Saturday afternoon in the pres- i
1104 ........ "
.I..?. p .__f --.wlac.-...... .$415 U I ence' of large crowd*, who di en.,sed ',..s
It p ....... ......,.-.......::. ::.............: Ills* i Yachting Trade a I, -
40 II specialty and it far I
p -- --- the
j
.N .. ...__....1..1.'............................ f .* itory are 'rrt'&ding TWO
a N Sip ........._..._ -Ft l dMdaj4k............................ U* I ind wide.- ) 13 B1TTMTHAJ 0.X.Three .
I. u p _...._.....__.H.lla.d.'l.............................. 110. SM* -
I. ___.., ... Cur. ...................._.. .. I I I Ben'. .
t.. sip 10 pl 1' .......-...__...Ar. ._....1.Tt.!..._..._........_... ... !E. L. Brady & Co. :I,. Mm tch m. I* Tip. re dersl a 1I : &for want loP 1"10 JI..ano"LII,.. ,

!i M. Iron Don four. a Parisian J'Ho I I sad .1 kl101I' bow .. tt-Ipoa..osq W '

AJnroxD>> BBAVCH. I OXAJTOX CITY BKAITCH. I G-R.OOEJR.S. I|i unrateur has decHrd to do away raa,... g:1 II.of. 'oet pay a 1,11k. ...... the
pro 0.o. paper and ,. ...
D.11 r ft.:1. I D.Iy "Uno.L Usti I 11.11 y Phone a 4k. i with tip by a* es.uig hn guests 5 '" .nL TINi ........ of g 5IM Daily hN

/ .._TIe..t11.-.A 11 BpH 1 09p .....'Lv. .. .....Ar. 1 OO .Ave :3D and. |!I rer cent tlf their bill and dividing IIM.-TlmV.1ee.. asd <<';1,,_ haas r.oesii,
141U ..__.. '___.. III".alp III'a LT i1.k>H.Ira. .Ar 113 Po p Twelfth St. 11.e! money than raised among hi* 10 the fotlowi.g prieea
.10 *._ -. ___.* II 105,111 ...'LT Oraa*. rity.A too, I it p : waiters lie has luJ little notice _C....... ...........,
I. .r._/aaf1M.--.1. 1.Nai I l GO p 1i4HjAr..Or.CItyJ..L.| Us5 UpM il= .",be....... I N .
I II to this effect printed on pretty pink """ a
.... .. w' ... I MAre You Oa year;........Ilil" .
a B t a D.Up XATTOKTB&AJTCH. II 011. 10 "' lY Going to Build ? paper in three lanjjuapei-to wit. We a
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.' .der a::1rma'y' := D./v ..17* Dear I French. En;liah and German-explaining Dally sad propose 1fu1ld.to,MM TI..JOB a-U.bMa.>aM"-
that thia ii trial eitises

Mil MISaMM M 00 I SMaSMa N ._-....IA......'aMYiIIe Jwk.na.t1N.....r..................... T TTa is a USE lip It If so, or if you need building material of an) made in modestly order to palliate .. a far ai ii.o.tb.and.tbs....Jlanol'OLII........... .loP...:, g .
I.1" a N ..--..... r.b1.Pe.e" ............ .a us** 1 10 p I kind should the irritating question of 0. 'ea.......................
J ..N* y SMa __............ Mek ....... T.'.11. 45p you possible" W. 11'11I..... d N
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111 00 ...__ .1. .park L. SMa uss* >pps gratuities and adding that the per nC.1oe s..wMU7
will be handed over in full N.Taorou aid CleJ_ sad eM
KMINWUR AID OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COllECTIOn AT IUMI. i centage :

,. id&Co. I to the staff and be considered u aril onttw for ...............
J. A I I tNl
CUll cenICTIOIIlUDI AT HAM WTM in*."*. .. fill p. 4 a. s. coMp/unr rot 1 taking the place of the former grt1 OD. ,ear. .... ............... > ..
HAVANA AND KEY WEST. tallies. The majority of hi guest T'.. for N eettt.
.
aoc-e baa
of it and ibs-a
thoroughly sol
t J j approve price of 'be daily. ,,, ..
Rrs'iwspaled ,

,.1....., TWaaTliM.... T.bt..k.*IW UBM M vhleh... trail...., b..r.et.d.......b. i arrtT.aaddra.rii .. .Casings larlct.'us.Tada '' does his itaff. lie calculate the I IIlar loP prJo.arty of e..Ca&!lot JI__ &Jtu I u.. .... :"
i
"- 'tl Hr arrlra)or .arMr.al tin I. Dealers ; month ltOO
-- > ta* aot narmxtnd.rr Ins C..ut Plutie rEtwatsgs < average percentage NsoroLm.7N
d.......0..,..,.b.W ..........-01*for sap "1.,<< a.r_...._ar .&"...... divided his 8emf--o ), !TimLi a\4 pt t. .
b.a sad O0......... D aid loll mS-. I I I francs, which, among ,ClcJkD sad Uae F..... aM

.. ___ ___ __ ____h ___ ____ _____ j 1, ten employee make 1ZO francs for Grower.8eDcIj..r. Frill L. +
et..1.OC.I.L TTatX CAJLO OIUI' z.r.r.au
Oyr I each. 'niit mean a rough total of( nallecripCloDa 0 y

BXZ: TEE: TICEXT: AGENT." i 1,440 franc a year for each mem- la ....... always as Uteee M....sae......w.aa .

..... .. Wilson's Noyelty ber of his personnel. haJl'j!;
\ .. D. BAHVXK. O- Ps/ Aceafc. ST. AUGurn TLA. I irh .

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wow I OM Thing Clark. t Pert**. I '1I .

i Is sow la operation sad ready to receive A call: for a minister wan about "
:
order to be issued in Champ Clark1 hometown I & '

J. A Robbins &: Co.ar1ess' TOR ANTTHINO IN in Missouri, cay the Washing HomerTltReilEsutciiJRdUlArtits =

h WOOD NOVELTIES. ton correspondent of the New York

L Window aad door screen windowand World. It.*. made and when the :

and Oarr1aaeDepos1'tory. dor frame, store fixture, stall minister arrived the church committee I ....i
work. Inside trimming of all ktoda. found the minister and Bepre- ;
I sentathe Clark UstVoirProrertrWithTki.Coolej 1
were old school .
is remembered long after price is!' R. S., WILSON mates. They went to him and asked I *
Quality .
.
j CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. I him about the new minuter."He's A O.e PIeee of bay tress *
with ripanaa rights, witiioVf.w *
molDaaid Mr. ",
a good
: forgotten. rLABS AID srsciriCATionn. .1." walk 01 the bwiae..ees.r ?
.
Clark. "He will infuse new life o' 111..1.
:::: ----= I beiag trio reel oa bay sad Aa
intothe; ) church and i it one of them 400 riot deep baviag a Jot 011..
s Quality Makes the Bargain. For Best Meats and Choicest Poultry .vt roc-iable! fellows I ever met. ....ri... 'Pew oa It. This I.a la. 4

He is eloquent, tell! a good storyof place for a winter borne --I"' ,
41.15.! T o .ltth Su..to :h.C\. 1- GO TO < the
: right lind and will be -- -- u -- addition to o.r town. 328 helrt' StrttL S.lntr BItcL>
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1 C. H. Raulerson & Go's., The committee started to leave, MIAMI- FLA. ..

feel; .
made
; oe; ter\ gooJ 6V..r having "

B-- Haven j Horne-Sh HEAVY All.Kind....I"_',BLACK8MITHINO.W'C"IUMlrlnr a 4|C,.rrlaj( works. IQtla.' Street: and A.ve. D. I CI stub-"trl.! an railed excellent them bock selection! caring, when: \W&ite\& fade Barter Sbo .. {. .-

i Oht. I !
to tl that Dr.
forgot
/ you
... Brazing sod 8olderlDCAll They Carry a run Line ofFlorida .
Work Guaranteed Vint-Cla. j Blanfc 1* fierce when he get drunk. Foar Chairs. No Wdiq: :.
I
; and Western Meats. jl I There no handling him when he &st Strrfce in lie City. 1..... .

Shop O oo. Avenue D.SEABOARD.. A. COLBY. "'" ,
> They established the meat business here in April. 1806 t drinU"A Proprietor, : t
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!- I Humo.-Mii Sheriff.Jack 30'1" !It..... S 1

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-- -- u Steel c_._ed__ to n he__ _sheriff____ downiu ____ _

I Il-pJ't'lllentlltit'P Dougherty's district Clubbing
C M. J. McDonald :
i. I in Jlit-souri, and Mr. Dougher-
,! tells this him
ty Mory on : '

SANITARY I '"The county judge wa a man Rates
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1 weighing 300 pounds. Steel, rLo
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PLUMBING and ktpt the local hotel I, summoned a You

Lie PLUMBERS- :: r..i i jury for term, and not one of the can save money by sub.
Air
3 Railway y l I jurors weighed lew than 250 pound- scribing for the papera .

SUPPLIES On the first case caked ;>. *<:< .. y want through

FOR jurymen a Uiuiitr cu.-t..it: ... ,,..,.

r Clerelifld led Itejde ijtdcj rr, ty of onion, !LuUenuiiL: ... u.4. i The ill
( foo,. :. ih. _..
Savannah. Columbia:, Cam en. Southern! All kinds of wheel : soporific w.L rt.* |I
i
Plnes.j For talc 1 I in the afternoon *I2 cu I l...._ I
f: Raleigh RichtniaJ, Washington, or Tit I
I jude I went to slcrp.
r ; Metropolis.We
Philadelphia. New York. I 1331 I ltk Street lliol, Pit 1 'Sheriff,'said the judge on aw,! I .

1 erring, 'this court I Is here for bw can give .you thDailyTimesUnionand .
Three Elegant Trains Daily. -- I flea". In future I want you t.. r. -- .

Seaboard New York Li i Mi ted McNeill! & Co. leot a jury with a single ere to Jti't' :

t; Seaboard Express.Sed.blJard. Mail] .' Daily Metropolis for

''Yt'tI. your honor,' aD,..<'rj lid.ooa year or both<

t Modern Fullinaa Equipment. Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th I j 1! Steel.The next panel .umml'.n(><1 for six months foi,

.... .. ... .. 1 istcd entirely\ of one errs) 111:" >." 15.00. ..
!. T* twiMM Tm U wt l a r i -1 "".. -. .-. .s.4. (.... d Street West
of
L N U..aIIt1.4./ ,... .6411 .4r..a.rrw _.... 4at oawv.iI..wS .......P.II'I'I Railroad.
N. *.r>.... ts-a..ti..S. ._ T.rk.... tr..klin,.......n' 1 1 "'-. .eaaIY.11' ... .. I .
J... ,. ...Jset..er1U...........daily.. B.wtJtawa4, ekl.testa N k.ows..u.--.. PIowtd.I.t_" j I We have gentle horses, broke for ladies to |Iride and drive ,I ROBBED THE CRAVE. The

.. line operating daily through fnu. I -
Only
sleepers
.' Good Comfortable Carriages I A startling lndd nt U narrated by I II
Jacksonville New Orleans. ,
to i fobs Oliver of Philadelphia as fol- Daily Metropolis
First class Teams
and I 110w.1 was IB an awful road itios.yy .

> skis was almost yellow eyes avnk- ana

-.. For full information and sleeper rtrvnttons call on any :agent of th Reliable White Drivers."Florida I ... tongue coated. pals continually laI Setz ,-WeeklyTimes

,. Sr.Flnard, or write --- -- .1 I back and tide. BO appetite growing
I .... .. 4..f.f..4...+.....o.. weaker day by day. Three phjsleUna *L/nion

A. o. MCDONNELL auirfrsnut jacksoDTiiicna. 1 I had elves m. up. Then I wa advised

I I'" BM Electric Bitten: to mt joy the $5.50
i Pastime"Industrial a
S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Agt. Record i !Seat bottle wade a decided Improve year
j I -neat I contlntied their ... for three Weekly Metropolis and Semi

'. Publishing Co. .eek., and aa LOW a well man. I Weekly Times-Union both

.afaaid_n.n.u I. _b.wisist.......sad'M Rrr.a.w.p.blicati.w It(.f will. ..b.a.tif.lly._...,.. _m."'...irawd.......fawilr...... I; know they robbed the srare of another one year. S2.OO.
Cut a dull .i i. iI. 5411.4: by a corp. .f C.sp.t.wl ... a" ._. rlctira" No one should fall to tni
WALTER. ILGR"nAlI JAMES: 1[. JACKSON.. S .. PJlTTE %OXfe : p.et.rv. ......- --..M I.....I....,.. Ira. B.k t..d.t.ter.u.a. (Half Ie ., -- -- -
r-- rwa.rtr.Mest _'..114 1'_. a"..4' II.Mil4w-t.everybn... 5i.rw.r.pr..ILO.ars "- i them. Only M eents, cuaru teed. at

..b.cdpdoU lfKlLTfcr 11.1 d.Rood...11.114 C.rp..r.aprct._ ...._.... T.inuirt"'. this thi.IW p ...Jlon.7 mrvZZZZtZM. oil dmudita. Thtl Pompano
.Rey.......rall.- ....: FlU I.UU.k ......., ..4 trKJSruTSSa Inn
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Dade C. Jackt..ll. Yls. with N .1 and r-0 will b..ater4 f.. ...
r wee rear.
; Cow)ty _Abstract Co.EWORPORATFO ..r-...."ptTN...... p.r.-u..aa.. Ai.bo,4.or rakes aM w*....sti:revs..l' !Sira.catoBt .Mmir>. I How to Wah. Palat-A pall of son ,... MeComb'Proprietor.

.- r wail p.n.Ur..._...a.d.ersw.vt,. a _..if.1 will litbafr.a .gees._br | warm water, about one OBBO of borax
: ... .. >; .... "I N- Pompano, Florid
r tr riti.r ta MaW 1.r _
:
......." """ .... rior4a.cMe..-.,11-: i and mad Into a lather with a good
*.. { vu-i.. wnt..day I 1/a..aer |soap, a piece of eleaa Can. .eL Rub BOop -
SEWELL BUILDING J j MIAMI. FLA.dJ.r.Lb.d ,
Accommodation
: ''' > OB and wet the bottom of the door tor .tklDeL. "
lndusrri.J.ReCOrtlComO.D'j' I only. Produce
;t; first; toes wash the top, sad the water licitor. will find barer and ao-
that
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behind
f ___ a*
toe.plw A >CO- .eI Title pn.pay N air LseM covet more territory

".' ..-.,. -.----++.--.r..r a awe w s.taaw.ar- Ya.w -,. Fs-'Nt.ed.N.,',........... ... . .. ... .. .... III.generally old way.the case when washed In point from here oa the thin be. from lay a otM&day


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

r... condition at the close of business March 28th, 1904. Below is a condensed statement of the condi- r4'


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

and business ,

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


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

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As ats_
Liabilities.
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I Loans and Discounts . . . $16;,955 -4 Capital; Stock . 1 .$100,00000

,' .. 250 18 Surplus. . . . . . 2.000 00
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation . 25,000 00 Profits. ,
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Premium on the 1.569 ,,,;
I 1.437 50 National Bank notes outetand'ing.V.V..V

Dade County 5.00000 Deposits 25.000 00
..!If 263070793
,. Banking 41.21413 p

U. S. Bonds owned . .$56,62500 ..
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.. Due from Merchants National

r Bank of New york. . 19, 159 88

Due from National Bank of
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Jacksonville 18,39946 '

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Due from Mercantile Exchange _,
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*', Bank of Jacksonville 7.33613
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Due from Trust Companies of .

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New 7,50020
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Due from State Banks and

't, I Bankers.. 10,24908

;: Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.250 00

Cash on hand in vault . 33,26385153.78360.
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S3S6.64O 65
o $390,640 65

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fronting the engineer at other site POLITICAL CHAT. -
: DESERT LANDS.In "
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0<: Arizona Win Be Reclaimed by he : When be reservoir I* constructed It I One of the most remarkable >.:n. .

!. Government I will be capable of flooding IOO! .!"'U acres palgn documents that has thus .ar appeared ; ; ; '
s ) of land to a depth of three feet If necessary $5,000.00Palm
---- i In this remarkable campaign| I in
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and the reclamation of this vast
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;: 4 There te a new town la Art tract of land will be of incalculable the pamphlet issued by the "Tbr..eIo'rt..dll"

";. i, which for Its six te probably the busiest benefit to Arizona. In Jacksonville

.. In the Southwest It te called The Santa Fe Railroad now reachesall Ostensibly put forth bv the State i;+ Beach M
Stock
: Roosevelt. aDd, although it te not of the territory which Is to be fruc- -
.- Temperance League tKs; su-riid I Is nothing 3iL
.: down on the railroad maps as yet. orknown IDed acid. the transportation and climate 1
I more or less shan :! ,piece of Ioiitleal : Being Closed out
.{ to exist outside the Territory.. problems so common In this country at
;10 .'. no "boom" town of the old days I I. will therefore be solved for the 'II mliirepreiientatlon, ,U ie...er.eil to .pit
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L. 'V busier han Roosevelt ArIL owners of the land.A both Senator Taliaferro and tile ".'i"u! /NEWYORK .

( r- '** It Istha center of the work now anL ._ I dealers of the State la a false po.itioa COST.

?" der way under the direction of the BfST YEAR. : .
This precious document starts out b>
a Government for the building of the I 1

i. immense Tonto basin irrigation pro-, This is going to be a year in which -! .E, -1: = 150 y

Ject. which U to reclaim 100.000 acres Kilitlcs will probably Interfere with i i i .

,' of desert land in this territory and i l pose of controlling politics-or fixingpolitical !' *4 I .
orae of the bumnevi interest of t..!
:I' make It blossom like low a or Illinois slate, and making and marring t. Mans Nobby and Up-to-date
Suits
I At Roosevelt 500 men-and a fewwomenhave fxintrj. The lar<- buklneii affairs of:
'be r.alhm. will IK political fortunes. As a matter of ,' F :
located most of them even wmevhitiomi : Made of SumnwrVeight\
r\ Cheviots
Home-
work >ere .
employed on the preliminary ;
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shuns 'rash
which has been under way for sometime I ,tic by no many men of strong ability of the kind. They hare not gone and English Cricket ;

under the direction of U C. Hill \Vbile the KanufKturera and exporters ': Into politics to any such extent. Tine '; ; Cloth. Wilson I Ifros Cluett_ and Star make 1

,. the Government engineer. may be coacerned bout the Gorrnment have not gone into politic with any -- 1
.. The site of the immense dam which ) policies still the retailer :I Iihould I such Intention. A* *e have already -- --- {

la to retain the water_to be seed in the be able to go ahead and bare a i II I pointed out. tbe liquor dealers of this 250.-

,.. Irrigation scheme la near Roo enlt. I ;uod season d""IIII.@Iheeu't.r..r.trf j j I State have got together not for ag-< .

: and already a cement mill for grinding the general election. This need not II 1'H.ioa. but for protection They do Suits Mens t
the Tart qnantltlea of cement to te s a Lad year for the rrttok-r" Juat besauce ,I not seek to "control politics"-therI NOW ON Underwear,

., _rJ I. -.e. .. th. ...."' a water. of the el ..etkmi[ Inra farI I simply seek the name nrlrl1e that uI "'001.
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I' works system and an l'1@ctrkII I lories close, then loral men'bants:; will I j I I accorded. other business men':''lb-a--; of AT and Fancy Lisle.

; plant have been constructed by the be "up against it."But 110 long an local 'controlling< their' own huxinnw upon. -.,

t Government for the work conditions are good loral merchants the lines laid down by I.... It Is no
f. Hundreds of cabin: '''little hotel I I can stir up business. And since |"Jlh1I) o/ oars to defend the liquorrieslers. Sewell'sTailoring Hats For

s and tenta house the workingmen. and { the local merchant has the field In We sib sir-ply to pout out Men.
t the inevitable accompaniment of aalonna. -I I i w bleb to make nasiness activity he the fact that while as a clans tb:: may

f gambling houses and dance halli will have no dlfflcnlty In seeing opportunities have no rt: its that anylvxly, Is bouml .

t make Roosevelt a lively town.It | arising all the time t'. to the Rtorkton-'Bam-Brow-

l Is thirty-all miles from Phoenix mike hb store a bjuny place. Keep sri respect ha no right to misrepresent :

and the rails of he Santa Fe Railroad r| the business at !Its height while times them or use tbe liquor traffic Establishment 100

t. have not 7f'tD extended that far I are good and If there Is a possibility i as scourge lo drive Senator Tallaferro -

r although It U understood here that a 1[ of lnrl Lefnriw._ .. "n rln.in.. ___. IK__.. ...._ ,.._ _all.. In to a noNlrkm e..m..._.u.n.___ ,f..,im_*.. __ V..VCl CI"' ___ .... __
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f' branch Una may be ran from Phoenix: I the more reason why there should be The object of this compendium of falsehood

I -, long before the Touto basin dam is I activity now In order that sales may sad malice I I. Unit of all to bold will find anything -- .- -- -
f Bntehed. ) be made and profits turned before the Senator Taliaferro up to odium an the you
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? Work te to be commenced on the Im-!I i embarrassment C'Om"A year of j jicluw ([I candidate of the whiskey men; and wish in this sock: except

I manse canal which.. te to furnish power I\,t calculations means a year la next to relieve Napoleon Broward of
f- for the work on the dam as soon mtf : which stocks are permitted to run at the charge of being Irrevocably committed shoes which we are now MENS FELT HATS.

contracts are signed In Washington ''I a closer margin and where each day II. i to the dispensary delusion. _

I and a dirt road from Phoenix to Roaneveil Is matched to see that It yields all the A* the junior Senator recentlv" de- having a sale of at our

; \\being constructed by the townsof business possible. The loral merchant dared In a public address If the liquor zoo .

Phoenix Tempe aud Mrras, I need not feel so much alarmed at the dealer are supporting him he i I. certainly shoe store. .

T All this work te preliminary to the I campaign year as would the manufacturer not supporting them as be bu !I MENS CLOTH HATS.
l I first actual construction work undertakes or the Jobber, but the local merchant fur II years been a total. .h.i.i._. I II I -
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by the Cnled Ststes Government can not afford to let Dings drift I This Is the sort of ,........ temperance i ._x...
t' la the vast Irrigation scheme which te this year. He must keep pushing tot which {
to reclaim the arid land of may safely be left to .. :.:: .:. .:. :.:: .:.:: .:.:: :.:: :.:: :.:: :.:: :.:: :.:: :.:: :.:: :.:: :.:: .:: .-' _
the livelier : Itlt: .
far for .
[ tradln larger sales and for peak for Itself, and which will have a ... .... .... ........ ........ ::a--::: ::: ':::It--I.:.::Itlt_: :.::It.31. .
West, and the country near Pnoenlx tearing up odd and end about the thousand times more weight alt) all .,.. .

was selected because of the natural advantage j j place, The pusher for business1 never thinking people than Innuendoes

t offered by the Tonto basins I II j I fears that panic will str'rs him. Some mlsKtatemrau of the Ron contained an-l'In ( JOHN SEWELL -r

for the storage at water and the exit I I merchants. fear they will fall to get his remarkable campaign dornmeg*. BRO.)
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eeptlonal transportation facilities off'"buslnes and their fear are realized. which though lamed ostensibly under ,
the Santa F* Railroad which brings Other are sure they can prevent business '' "temperance" an.ptc**, te concplcnou .
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applies and materials to Phoenix from disaster and they eecapenoal, for Its Intemperance ':>FEEEf'' EfEEEEEEEf: :
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language and w: I;': >F := frir
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to the site of the dam consequencea. It makes a difference jlasrraracy
j thought-Daily t
r. is easy compared to tis problems coti how we look at a business proposition Tailsaasseran. 310.312 12t11 Street.
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