The Daily Miami metropolis
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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 28, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00096
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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The : Only Paper in South Florida Carrying Associated Pi ess Dispatches.

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Vol. I, No. 118. :-=.. ., MIAMI, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904. $:ZZZPrice: \ 5 Cents

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By Sinking Three Japanese j I New Tork April 2K.-A Herald dispatch 1 .tee, I A"I-a.-All KMulnuux laMcKenxle be Built Here By The

from 81 Thorns. D. W. I.. says a German
I Bacln. excepting ten famlllea.have .
ship arrived there from llontecrfaitl.Ban .
w'Prd' out by _.... Ilefore
Military Transports Domingo and report that three 1I State
hundred government troupe enaacvd. laI II the epidemic there were between. forty

i I,I. recent attack on the Jlmlnei fun.. at 1 and fifty families' numbering* a total population -

Qua>acanI I ; of nearly two hundred persona -
After a fierce battle the government

i troops were defeated Inalnc 41 men and -

MANY OF CREW DROWNED | Arroyo having and It wounded Luna sere General.killed. Calwera.I Twelve. 81-00TOTS CHANGE OF DATE. i FOR CONTAGIOUS CASES

I I of Jlmlnes a troops were killed. Judge Alkln Proposes Davl. Birthday I
I for Memorial. 1- e

'j. Atlanta
-'i the Sending to Bottom of Steamer" Rome. April 3t -It aawrted that the have the date of Memorial Day changed I House Win I be Bum Near the Unto

protest of tbe Pope against the presence / StR. from April 31 to June I, lbs birthday of

Kk&a Mini Tuesday Ly THO i) Tor of Pre. dent Loubet at the Qnlrlnal will + -a Je'!er-o-i Dnrln. PTtert r! .'- !"...-*here Race by Gosltttter Vi:soa n4Wn s

take the form of a note to all tile Catholic Confederacy wa launched, by lodge

po...... | John W. Alkln during his speech here I A
pdt'Ioats-Mel Offered Armed I Cost $2.400-WB bar
| Tuesday aa the orator of the day for the .
PLANS OF NORTH ATLANTIC IIQI'AD- : iLadlea' Memorial Association and bill t
Resistance and Ship Was Sank- RON. ws 4 I| aiiKgeMkm provoked prolonged and hearty Wards. Office. Dialog Room ud ..

Washington, April a-Rear-Admlral applause. -.
Steamers 6000 Mara and Nakaipura Barker, rommander-ln-chlef of tbo North Judge Alkln said: "11_ t leave my Kitchen abalones and other ...

Atlantic cquadron. telegraphed lbs navy prepared speech _... a suggestion to

Mara Suffered Like Fate Mon() today that ho does not export to leave yon. The weather today Is sufficient argument I'OYemeDts-WII be Commenced ; '
Ponaacola with bill aquadroa for the la favor of what I say. I suggest .

European maIM before May i. TIle first that Memorial Day bo changed from at Once.Contractor.
day. top will be made at o..uTHE -. April W to Juno I, which la the birthdayof

the President of our Southern Confederacy. :' ... (
4*. Future opened oa>F.ll&y ri$; Juno If the members. of the Ladles' Memorial -...

-: July ITS; Au.r.lC ib.. Keu uiIIH bu 3 Association agree with Judge Alkln. the
a.-The Russian R. a Wilson bu beast
/C Petersburg. April ; October 1U8; Novomhw m. December matter will bo brought op before tile y
I awarded the contract to build for u.. ,.
terpsdoboel af tlM nadlveetock aquadra 1131; January 'tG U2L General Assembly for action In June
Slat at this place aa Isolation hooattal
save eunk the 'Japanese military ---
or pest oaaa. house will be greets] t

.......... Ktaahla Mara, of ..,6S ton*, on the alto owned by the Btato near the '

with an aa board excepting seventeen DECLARATIONS FILED OUR EXPENDITURES Bravo place, and according the coo- ,4

tract the work must be completed within
...crg. twenty aotdJer sixty-4v. of her .
sixty dam and at a coot of It._ Ma-

raw and . Hon. Frank Clark t
Other who refined to nTTender were -ml tho work of erection will bo started

bottom with the (hip.Tho it one*.
eat to official the report of Admiral Team In Tr>o large Damage Gases Now Candidate for Congress from the Second Congr ..*iona1 Discussed by Senators and Representatives The building will hare. a frontage etaeventy

feet by tblrty-two foot depth.
to tho Emperor ta as follow: Pending Today District will !peak at tbe i In Washington It will be one story and rentals four

'r rlag tbo night of Tuesday two Ru.- ward cistern by twenty feet each. Two '.

........... Bet at sea tho Jap- \\ 2. hallway will run through lbs building. .. /

- i iasUtary UUtary transport Klnehlru Maru. School ADditoriili. Monday Night. May the We.warrti The being two room.located on on the tbe end Inside ether wflt

bide with rice mlUUrr Mono and flftOHi I
Mrs. BrICk Seeks Redress Ftr fejnred Amounts Tots fiscal rear .to More Thai, he used as om..n4 dining room, rospwtlvely. .
hundred loss of coaL TIle transport lie ia known. one of the leading orator*of the country and will tie thirteen by fifteen

armed with four Hotehkhuj and admirers on thin cca.ioa will be in- feet each. The kitchen win be directlyla
eras guaa Ankle od Jaws McOnb Jr. wants hia particularly 500000.000 Wnhtl. r....
the of
Tbo Raaaian capture* oa board aere. .... ... .. .-.4ereatiag.aa. .ei ,will pay hia-rv4pecta ia tan uncertain roar the building, connecting
,a..s s o.us'twenty non......,'elghtyaventl" hJ r.Jn nI Ck1c1er. r __ Canal Costs. nth tbe dining noun and having a tavat -
carrier or .. and ataty. tray to hia opj .iK-ats in the raoe and particularly to I t ry oo either ..MrTb.* Mere wlU be

In of the .crew, who eurreadered. aIn J. M. Barra. Ix-t wcrfbudj fo and bear him. Ladies Iin the middle of the hour with a porch

The remainder the men who were to earn aide

form the landing party and who were I invited "rec i&11,. Washington April a.-The frost The bouse will be built In a thoroughly 4
conference sanitary manner aid win ho nerd hy the
left without officer, obstinately refused
the clerk's office of tbe circuit court -- retiort on the Panama Canal bill )

to surrender or go aboard the Russiancruiser. this morning 'the declaration m the suit QI'ARAXTIXE MIDDLE : ALIt'In 'T K.\CINGi : was agreed to without comment Mr. State health department. for the rare andIsolation
Furthermore they offered armeded.tance of J. M Brock and Florida Brock ... I Mllson reviewed the obligations assumed of all eontiwrlo'is and Infectou c

and were finally sent to the the Florida East Coast Railway and A. i i Will Be Great Aton On lho- East hy the prrvent Cnn.whlr'lI aside. dlsnes such AM smallpox fever, ete. Itwill
ta Between Teaaa and ....... )lay atop be In the care of a fnretent. writes
bottom The number drowned' not
J. Canova and Jaa T. DeBe ry. doingbusineos i I \ .aria N XI IVasun I II from aiHTi' ..... be mid would reacbCI ofl
1tOOWL Travel and Kept no to a high standard efnrlen -
under the name of the PalmReach "v*'." I

Tba Admiral report that bealdea the and West Palm Iloach Ferry Ca..Sled. I| Autobmtt racln, will he...... >fh.. plnIpal Mr <;.rin.iti pli..eil the total anproprl- <-\ .r

sinking of the Japanese steamer Gayo Monterrey. M..... April JII rutted male.foM.il o .U..tlo.... for tbe ....'U) vhlt..t. to I tthitt **f the present Congrvss at pol...- 'trythe. rouse Mr "'11..... will also

at Wolsaa Monday tho Russian* II The bill allegro that tbe saM dVfeadaata Philipp llauM has ....... aa MS..ter the .'Ioft"I.". oast resort next MM..-.. '.. an.l (lho- ohlicitlonK at more than C4.-: I.-re. I ifi. the premiers a windmill waterLink -

at sea oa the same evening the Jap- (own. operate and control tbe raitmu statement regarding i r< (.-. andreguutlona ('_Trnh* this new sport the New Yofk 1 .".. w thus making. the total more than ..* 'net other ne.",r* jtlnirliireehtle .. .

arose steamer Nakamura Mara of 3D: bridge and ferry betweeej Palm rtea-h rereailly prsmulci' .4 >>, Hrle Tr/...... at last Saturday published the "%.,*.,_. and B..I including the amount i \\. pi.fh .nn Institution In a n ceelt

tams a line* crew were saved. and West Palm Beech. and that the < R. T._. Mate health erlkorTemaa. .< r.., _....:.. : : : I 'or th' Tanamn Canal > In emery lt>. ita tn 1'.- hoped thatthlu ..

mme was being operated hi February I The t>Hioul leoeraj save land bet Tbe Florida East Coast b> likely to II. ,....,11..1 tt"tt It .'1\ err TT> .." Ir'' one win neirr be rnH.il up..n lat iY>

JAPANESE IN CONTROL. VM. That toll Is charged for people c.-um- luf..mnl bv ..... Tatty that upon Ihe ;I corns l.. the Dust .. a place for airedbonts I 'i>r the government to ctmlinuo expendlliimi .ervk s the city and State

lag on the saM bridge and ferry Thai I.. of Ma) a eraraMia sill __ ofVctlve While down there this winter W at this rate without Incmunng the a

Cbefoo April 2I.-<'bI_ Junkmen arriving there is a certain water pipe running ( prw-tcaHy acalnst' tbe whose roauMtr | J. Morgan who originated the Florida auI mount ol isles He altrihules the rapId A CARD OP OORRKTTIOX8nme

her from the Tale river any the across the bridge at the approach to lbs of Mealro. thit Dr Lareaga. MeIdent I toe*,Ule rr-s. looked met the water of I",. re,... in expe-ul'lureit 10 the amblH. have mfmindervt what I said

Japanese forces have occupied Kurilcnrhinr | ferry that on a night In February 14. W the eusM+Sir, hoard of health ofMVstro. ""the KM Const with Ihe tlew to organj .>fi nf I.... Pre.l
a lawn north of Antnng on the lbs said complainant Florida L. Brock bs declinVil to permit t.. State j I tatitig ter .. itom>.Mb- \last tour imenls.AI :tt.ii." 0 .. KIM-M power. Aihlt Aj M. Lithe In regard :o the advertlnem -

Maachuriaa aide -of the river. They oaF bad paid her faro actmea tho aald ferry: ..f Texas to send medical offiren MteMxlru. Palm beach the reeklents and >Mtursubecribed tXt>:NOMICAL SAYS IHXFNW.\T.: on the pmnnm I., pnnee thecrowded

only a email body of Japaaeee troop that lbs approach was dark and that la and there being mat Cnited mate several thousand dollars in WaKblngti, April 91-The House .... !' houne. wit." the rniia 1..101

have trussed tbe river. topping down from a step over the said m..ltral officers or Tt>ta. heaNh oMrmhi ....... towan! the Brat iiirniral In EP. IIM i "'..t 4ion ,U IM.:3t o'clock this that I W,MIM tie find to have the audience r:

Admiral Tsab report thai the Chinese water pipe she fell and so sprained and .1 hitert-w titleS of the nioMte to meet I Flagk-r took the presidency of the morning. The conference report on the notti-e ttoname. of the firm. ad'vertl.l'g '

cruiser Haitian ta a total wreck on Elliott Injured her ankle that she had U have tho renuliim.nl* *r reguHtlotMi estabHehed Palm Beach Power Boat Association. Ml establishing a government for thelAnama on 0"? nirrhmii.; that they bad

.--. medical oJoooI.........; that she baa sever by. the mate of l>fae ta lining slide Fred Sterry consented to act a* Canal Zone cia agreed to by lieen most MI' .nuwMfcittnir to n.> aadwmiM
YlkeK he til them I mid notbinic 'ot
sac -
recovered from the Injury and that she I, health eerttOcaM to thoss-bmiad to the aer" elary. It to proponed to bate a forth the Republican and Democratic !

FLEET ENTERS TALU. la not able to perform her household ..- :I (',,".. "tales by way of Texas an paopnavr ,Ida}* meet at Palm Beech about the 1..1 .....mhera about the randklat nor did I have n
them la mln.LThouarh
tlea. and is forced to employ help. She I traffic from Medro by way of| of the automobile tournament on A review nf the appropriations thus far

. ..... April a.-The Japanese gunboatesrortlng will never recover from the Injury I Tents win bo prartk-mlly excluded nta .Orraond-Uaxuina beach I made bv the fifty-eighth Congress was the ho). did hare mie troubleIn

Efayb a fleet of torpMoboata.ontored hence she sues for damages u the sum I; the health officer of the republic MetIre ,I "At St. Augustine has '_ r., .orcanize.1 tweental. by Chairman llemenway of theipnmpriatlon getting the spare Riled by the merchants -

the Pas river Monday and moved of >|r,tM. and the Stale of Terns shall eom to I the St. August \"tu.M",t ...%>......IIIk>n committee. and Representative the rnndldntea with only one 01-
'' toward ViTJu. On the war they foughta THE McCOMB: CASE. sums understaadiiut and agree span sum 1: fur a IounaA_ i h. 11>(", which mill f,>|. I tiiigsloa. of r....>r1( .. ranking offered' until It wnpled.. oiiorowhen

melee of small engagement with tbe la the same office the decl, ration was further pins cMtcerntag lbs tease ofbeaha i low Palm 0-... The president In Itr :' Hen..x.r' llc member. of tbe committee

Kusaiaa force protecting the right bank Sled In the suit of Jamefc.McComb. Jr. -ni"' f lAntrew Andes,...... with M,>",- l...ubi R.// In reviewing the expenditures of tbe next When the goods........are I a>offered wa>,, lve n>e.my the patronage p'Mclwing -

of tbe river.CRCI8ER. I vs. W. W Biarkmer. et L. and allege I | Me,Lain vke-pri.l.nt and w \\- |vwhurat Meal year Mr Hemenway unit: I !.. the Urn patronizing ...... The caa-
"that at the time of the grievance hereinafter WILL NOT CHANGE VOTING PLACE eocretary-treitsurer. )I"ml.t.> "Tbe expenditure* of our governmentIn
IMale off.-r should
or offer, fitness for
: CALIFORNIA.Launched stated, the plaintiff waa engaged I ..1>.... to have a power tent tournament the aggregate. exhibited and appropriated .. .
n business at Do>Iror, and thai defendants i I i i John Frohork and other of the disgruntled. neat winter and a club Is now being I by f'onJrn1Nl. are Urge and by unthinking and the unIon fart la that already established dolInr
mere they ipend a -
Ool.len wickedly maliciously and Intending duwnptlonM'i party are endeavoring formed for that purpose. persona, especially by misguided
at the Gate This Mora- I or two In a certnln way "I'h' sot
to destroy the good name, repotatlnaand to Influence the changing of "' lo many persons have denounced
newspaper are
asked the Fb >r- as extrav.unint. -
Ing. to affect voter In the leaat. If I shouldoffer
rredrt of tbe plaintiff, did falsely aadmaliciously the polling place from the city reuejcllchamber Ida East Coast Automobile Asa.HallonI yet our national government Is a
asa Francisco., April a.-TIle armored advice at all I abould auk friende
publish a certain false, scandalous to the court ..... I to obtain sanction so that the most eronomleany administered of ny
cruiser California, built by tb* Union I they ran gofor to lute fur the bent for the offlro.
malicious and defamatory Used Why M change necessary and why ,,"......... on the Ormond-Dn .tona any In the rlvlllxed world.." man
Iron Work, WaD launched here today. I > whether he In
of. and concerning the plaintiff ta the la H desired T Simply because this gang ears no thai IVesMent Bunroyne will Tables substantiating tho annotmrev a newspaper
The launching of the great .hlp WaD c..n- entertnlnnwnt
on an w on a
form of a communication purporting to of demagogue think that by changing cult with hla fellow shown program
witms.sd by thousand and the rhrtsten- member. and arrive were. giving per capita export'I tree by the ............
be addressed t. his Excellency W. S. the polling place they win have placed at ome cof.-limlon In regard to the matter .lItu.... of thi loading nation the '
tot ceremony was performed by W. Hall
Jennings, tat words and substance a* fol the voters and the returns more la their It ta quite paslbl est being given In New Zealand
that at Is R.
>J>j* .ai!.. Pardee, daughter of the govern I the assnclaUo I rVea. Ilojr.- Athletic '-'..
or of California. lowWe. band. The scheme wont work. The i will d. 'Tine to allow Indiscriminate and the United S:.m:...* bring the Inw.1I1 1 1
the undersigned ..11_. and public are onto lbs dodge, and the old .
The California ta similar ta type andilminslnm I I"" aid _bre;.-tlng attempt*, but will arratge with a per capita of tt.K. I PAPERS: KlIJvD k
property owner of Detray. FinbelleT- place at the city ban I* good enough for for a record
breaking I
to the Pennsylvania recently I units timene Thr folio*Ing were Sled In tbolerk
1nf Jamea McOomh. Jr. to be uatrnstW'Vtby. I, honest toll 1 November or early In Drcember j ADMITS HE III THE MAY.Buffalo. I papers
launched at (Cramp She ta a powerful *o < .. oflk-e. rheum court today:
and that the proposed corporatln The county executive committee have the t all who .lob to I
gating Machine and a valuable additionto try for records can l_. I...lira llorebihrud t.. Miami
to be known aa the Delray ParkingGo control of the locating of the voting I at that time prepare and be on hand I N. r.. April -John W. Kennedy -
our naval flghrmeforce*. to Mortgage and Guarantee Co.. for fl....
a* advertised, charter for which ta pUcee. and oven ahotiM they meet again tf? their luck., under arrest at Niagara Fall
I ', oa lot 3. block M. north of
city Miami
WILL ADJOURN SATURDAT.Waaktagtoa to be applied for by James McComb, ,Jr, before the primary they would enter*, I rule will not Interfere with the Orm. / suspicion, ha admitted that be ta wantedby tliifactloa of .
0 H. Gardner and R. W. Gardner, will lain ao proposition to change tits place id-Daytona automobile race meet the police of III.nnt"IL, for lbs mortgage Bertha D.Cousy '
...-t be a credit to tbe Interests of thlimmnnlty a* there I* absolutely ao reaaoa for ft. II wrecking of aa and husband to Jennie K. WD_.
ospr.InI1D and
a-Tloe House aiSeaato .. ly'.or killingtbe trustee
have,agreed April l.a resolution toadjonra > CO most respectfully petition The city hall la large enough and bag ,' .I BMARINE BOAT AT IM-T: AHT1IUK. 1 engineer two )"aJ'D..... Kennedywa I
Excellency not to grant said letterpi always been used for this purpose and convicted and sentenced
far fb term at t o'clock Satur- to be hanged The Htate house polltlclaaa
seem to
tent to the said Delray Packing C.., will be need again.CONDEMNATION March Iltb. I II I I
dtq aft-. other I Iid H.r..s March Mb eon. Into the "claim-..sln.os In ...--.
of the
I or any corporation which f' Peterl. ... lie says be will fight extradition. sad
ApHIh. .t.,.... If they can't Sad what they want
CAME TO SEE HIS BROTHER. 5'-% organiser James McComb.or manager Jr..."hi tbs promote ;ittcComb | PROCEEDINGS.la In' t the -.-*-* ? r .JWJ1 eels ,I raaBxlnc ten Ion. that lbs law give. him no pro- I, they certainly have no beoitatioa la asking

also alleges that lbs defend- at Port Arth-rr mran the B..j'iifc.i ci a for It. To boar these profeoslonalpoUUclana

.*.. R. A. Morrieoa. ., Huntington acts road the above letters to divers other order to secure title to certain land, ne, > and fora.bihU w-tooa far tee doC IN talk on* might Imagine that
laeU arrived Tuesday evening and wa prrsona. thereby causing him ember rasa- '! lying between Btacayn Bay and tf-e 4.tlanllc -j ( se of that i-r-mnKl Tat :I.....*.. TALLABDASSEgi I'I they had captured everything In sight
Ocean along the route of the channel Ju' marine Luau .
sarvkesover n. v root av, .h op.no that their sight WaD aa aB-etnbnrlng a*
at the funeral most and hla
present yesterday Injuring good name, char- i
being. dredged ta order to secure deepwater tnnltr .n << "r..u. TaUaferr and Davis Make a Good Im-
*ii that of the
i the .' proverbial Ira. Not satisfied
the remains of hta brother, the tat .. tee and business and through laID attorney. ''' tf I 1
M. M Morrtaoa. H. left Jut Bight form Ave St. ClaJrA"b at condemnaltoa protwdlog' thi Ir type .i ...r. m. the -ai...._ fact : pref._., I with -rlaimlng- about an of South Florida
.. sported a< t U Toe aid ll.. .'. val I worth hartnc. tgeth.r with an the
visit t* r ami mam and Tallahassee. at j eV-magei ta the sum of J5t." I I + ,
Statee Court at Jacksonville Diatrirt of time Tallahassee. April IT-Senator Tahai j:
by it j .r- available
"inly the
atrieat trut -t territory other side of tberhattahoocbeo
bbootthh of watch alaeos he baa retathreii I I. the common law docket>> there *
were Attorney Strlplta ta tbe name of tile Ar bar baa about ro and Congressman Dart poke at the '
exp rivor. u... espsris
..... Mr. llorrtaoa ta a preacher con1a ,01 bred today the appearance of tbe dofridant house 'I MWlay
Cnited State. opera last night In title city to a I claim to Leon
iitei with tb* church known aa UnitedBretarea I ta lbs salt for damagos matltatort I IC'LEVELA..D large crowd. Fred T. Myers I county, which they are
a very strong. rorbrlou boas I by W. H. FeOett .... K. N. Dfmlck.la MINE DISASTER IX AFRICA. and 1"w..* considerable presided, I pleased to look upon aa their own pocw-

ta that parttaat of the country-. the ease of i J. Suva .... Alfred WILL LECTURE. Taltaferr enlhnsUamSenator liarnJ'. Aa a matter of fact, .orator .

Mr. Mocrtooa regretted very much that jhe j i al11a. emit ta ejectmont. efoadaate. dela Princeton. N. J. April &-Forme'Pruliiiat ihannesbur, April a.-Tba collapse to a new book gave: that most bad of hta lately attention f TaHafem Is an strong fai this comity
that his chaaeoa
net arrive her ta .... to w laID I w: deer was IUaC. Orover Cleveland announced to of a rage In tbe Ronmxm mine preciptta been Issued caa be throwa away '
by J. Jf. C Stockton. and be
rwther before be died aa they bad been I tbe eonty court Suit wag brooghtb lay that he would deliver a Hew Stafford td forty-elz natives two thousand feet denied tbe charges mad only by tbo'grososat Kegllgenco. mat Uhla

separated sine, their youth. although ( t. W. ._ through hla attoraeya.Mce little lecture on public affair .a to the bottom An were killed. The bet- emphatic....... thereto ta aa full.vets is not polled hero It will bobeeaeso.

they had kept ta touch through eerree- sad Oaetler. ....... Chaa. W. March Z. laID subject being dreumatabctgof \ taa of the shag 10 a quagmire e[ humanrwmnnin. Both Taltaferr and) Dave 1 I oa the toMh day of nest mouth .
Yalned vote
Coombe the Rents -f UM I there ta ao war of getting tDally lbw pWing
I muapett damage q.* Chirac
"": I. .f r I I county by their able a.Mr**..*. j pores.- T-n.hiamia.

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QUEKAL DIRECTOR Abernethy, J. C. King. H. VLuiamua. i SOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO For Member County Executive Committee -
STATE ""U'ICK' Aahby R. J. E. IS1PLE BAllOT FOR THE PRIMARY. for First District .

Atk:- BTL H F. LaSalle. 0\. L.Leffler. I 'Der German |
tta......,-,.. "Jeonlaiiii I C W. MsPHERSON. ;
C D.McDonald.
llromnV.. U.Hush. .
-n ..... For Member County Executive. Committee -
pl.rulIer-A... (; i foam. I F. c. J. A. Cobbler S
Trwwer-A. \ Kant.Ae.w..T4J.n.esl f.iiwnauaorai ; for Second District,, .
4. II. Whit..id Burdine. W. M., Maynard. W. v.Merritt o
.. of rHililtr Iwtrnttbs-w. I --- o Partial List of the Candidate F. M. POWELL. -
..... Bylngton. E. T. Z. T.arady.E. I I'
a. I OH_ I .
Vojlmtin Toy*
v.-.l. M'..rr of A rtc Kurr-'. C. XrUa Muller G. 0 E. A. CRAWFORD G. E. KNIGHT. ;
.......-...._...-J. C M. Pouter 1. I Him a Vlttt 0Copjrrtfht. to be Voted For in This I C a CODRINGTON. For Member County Executive Committee )
lulrnwl )'Ie 1" H.
s.rrd el Iriuu* laitJroTeaM-Bi Bailey B. M. ) "* t I
r..d-The/.eeeraue, I or.IAtuler. Trruwriaul I OoOOOooOoOOOOOC OO for Third District
Aae.ws.y teaera, CuuiyuMtuiM-r ..! *.... I Budge, H. C. Mone. Fred 8. County at the Primary I' W. A. ROCKER JR. ,

.'.UBM R .. MirvlloB-Thc (;.",..roor. t4eC<. G. D. Moore T. V. l-4--- ( fast br Alfred 0._I i JOHN ),l BRYAN. CEO W. POTTER. *

UI7 of Mate AUur.ey.Metal. 1 i.* u"r aw.a Durdlne. J. M. McDonald W. I old man Voslnteln comes Election.For J. D. CLOUCH. W. L METCALF. J

*aerial d*aorai HUM vtrub-w/a"' .-.ii...*.-ro-Tk.*I ru.1r..aN ............... I Backus. F. W. McKlnnon. G. A. I DF.n my shop to see me dor od
.a.loBHBMMi r.tarydataw..nT....lieu AtrwMllur.later, Aii. aal"'*>oupeth.4'''iMiM. I Blackman E. V. Nelson. Edwin *ben I "bas buoy putting I W. E. ANDERSON.J. for Fourth District,, 1
.aadaalaf Public I.N" rat''10''. Cballle. W. H. Perk. R. J. I' on a eefteen cent patel.t. W. ADAMS. R. H. ROSSEAU.
rind. d Car.i..aTB .............. $tretar ., 10 eentLNana.
I W. W.Cheatham I GUT L For Member County Executive Committee -
.I aut. Atsura.t -.e.efdl .rrt u.ra..a+ .or Cohen. I. 1 ." say he after he smokes hit. the Information of 'the Demo-
.I AarteuUui & L.FarrUh. : for Fifth District
J. H. Patterson. J. N. WHITNER.
a._ pipe a. good while "for twenty Ionic ;
Mott Caeaa-L K. title voter of the county a sample ..
; Conrad. J. A. Allan R. | years I bat been thinking about 111 I JOHN- Q. SMITH. J. S. SUNDAY
err.It1I' (.t.'aT Jt'INI'.!! ballot U printed below, containing a
rrociand. J. C. Rhodes B W, I i i Krerns. and I bat made pop my mind. O. P. HEAL T. J. HAYGOOD.For .
,lartlal list of the candidate to be Totd ..t
P.K. B.r.lartvr T..r>or.. AMuelaV LIurIJtMtirv J u. lrc.M Clark P. C. Rose. C. JReilly. ;I "Vbell. bow It Thasr I says."I A. C. BLOUNT. JR. Member County Executive. Committee :J

U Mattrir.AwK.uUcUnder J__. Drake Gaston J. B. I haf made cop my mind dot fly < for at the coming primary. I H. H. McCREARY.H. for Sixth District.W. .
_........uIe any M Uaetut.. erarwMe.arem. screens vbss two wsys. dey keep der There will be other name to add a*
lOauMM be.addre.eeM ... E. B. Rush. Dr. W. a I W. LONG. W. SNELL .-.
Ta1Waue. Edw. Cks In. und d>y keep der flea out" the time dove not expire until April
Dora. J. K.Enrln. Rumph L L HARDY. ;
U. a. ..IIJ"1'01I&" I RAule""" C H. I I look oop at him nod dou't smile orsy itt In which candidate may qualify
W. W. For Member County Executive Committee -
ao<<1np, and for ten minutes bvha < For Member National CommitteeJ. _;
...j.o3<'e ... Tall......."".JariMavil... Enloe. Dr. O.Frissell. Rumph. Geo.Safford. hart in his frelings. Den be fill* and hare their name put on the ballot. B. for Seventh District
_,..... .& .."" .fmiaealaR. L. B. The ballot when printed for UM at BROWSE i
O. C. bis und E. T.
oop pipe say: I IU.na. C. GIBEOXS.F. KING
4t 0. S. CUXUK&KII.a F1aaa .D. R. & Sewell. E. G. I do you know der deeferenc! he lection will be more than twice a* JOHN MULUKIN. 1,
Y meat Dtartd I.mbrsri.A the Lad Coa tr- Frederick. J. 8. Saxelby. J. O.Frans. between beer and witerf long a* this one a* here are to be rale For Member County ExecutiveCom

B.a.llaat.W. !>...>. PalaiU.J J. 8Gerlaek. utzner. C. F. "Of coune." I aaya. between each name and blank line i
Suiat IJlarws-I-. ... H.;: sparkaa.i a mittee for Eighth District
( -... A. P. Smith. JuliusStoneman. that vha Itr A on which to write other named. Fur Judge of Circuit Court-Seventh .a

RAJLUUAU COM'MIMIUVEKa.B. Glrtman. Jamee F. B. It vha la der.taste." Voters can begin practicing on marking Circuit CEO P. BULL. 1
For Member County Executive Com
1 rhlll tell you der difference.' Threeweeks .
It Uomyb C i>. R. Sulxer. A. E. a cross mark (X) before the name I MINOR S. JONES.
Jag Bfewac, Key .-. Ckalrmu.L ago six men come to my house mlttoe for Ninth District 1
[. L Burr. tttU Klfer.Besaaearwn Gantler. T. N. Sbanahan. M. of he candidate for which they win W. A. FILER.

". ... ._J..ar.y Graham. 8. wish .
Sewell. John to YOle. For State Attorney-Seventh Circuit
LOt D.... ..._ Clerk. For Member County Executive Committee 1
mud ..... .l tb. nerd ai Carthalde. C H. Seymour R. H. CKCIL! G. BUTT.
... iir
.... for Tenth District
t f Gramiing. J. C ...nel1e. J. P.Osllatt. JOHN C JONES.

i O. kkCOMMUillOIIKB.lake F. Shaw, H. B.GauUer For United State 8eDatoI'WILKINSON 8. L. PATTERSON. J

H B. *Mll>. M1ast.SZJATua R: B. Taylor R. R. CALL. C. D. LEFFLER.For .
I ;w' For State Sior: : -I2U: DUtrktU. Member County Executive Committee

[ .. Urn DISTaJCTItehndx Orifflng. A. M. Turaaga. J. LOtrtm. WILLIAM 8. JENNINGS. 3. SAMS for Eleventh District
.... W. H. Tatum. B. B.
afvai4 sad D.* Couattea. J. N. C. STOCKTON.
F. M.
Hay**. J. H. Tatum. J. H. I .
E. K. Mariek. rate BMC JAMES J. SHONE.
Hill L. E.

:OU.g OUOTT raJC8gSTATIVg. Hunter J. a Watson. C H. for Representative In Congree flee For the Legislature For Member County Executive. Com- i'

Fl .iek.si W. Lies Fuller Hill. Winiam. Whorton. F. H. ODd Congressional EHatrlctJ. GRAHAM W. KING. mlttoe for Twelfth District


OMatf Jadae-ADes K. Heger. MlaaU.Ooaat A. E. Wall T. A. J. For Member County Executive Committee -
? At.r-y-t T. Miami.Vrt M.BARRS. For Clerk of Circuit CourtE. for Thirteenth District 1
Hall W. W. Whaler. H. T.
< d Ufeakl past sad E.fra.r al Dar FRANK CLARK
J!; L. .---.c-a.,....... I Hahn. r. W. WarIe,.. O. A. C. DEARBORN.J. e. W. HILL.
.etg..Jtaa r_... MIuLO.nem.r CHARLES DOUGHERTY. Y
k l-t" ..oru.-TI' -_ Hard.. .. 17.eosrsi Hughes. W. D. Wilson. L -0 W. P. WATSON. 8. FREDERICK. For Member County Executive Committee 1

'.. -- Horner J. W. Woodworth. J. F. Z. T. MERRITT. for Fourteenth DistrictJ.

,,-.tv..4.-7LM.N .r.aM mLla Jones M. E. "" 1-. R. 8.Koib. R. M. SMITH. C HOLLY. "

( _( ..T..aMael&..we.....1 I'UIIe 1-- A. J. X'......... C L. r."r millet tl Supra a i Coart-SixTear O. W. SULLIVAN. -1'j.l.

e mmd d C..q C.ma/.dasen-liars. w .- For Sheriff For Juattoe of the Peace, Second Dwtrirt. -
t Cbaum.a.West rala bark; P. C I A DANDY FOR BURNS.Dr. -
........ Just'.; r L .ea-w. V.n.MJa.S. R. F. TATLOR. JOHN FROHOCK. '
ai *nj.9BS ...*.1; .. A. H*>TBu.M .. Qbosata J. R. ABRAMS. R. E. L. .,
I **- &.(1, Dearborn, dork aaaacnr .sdu. ell Bergla, Etgtz m. writes: "1 :
.......... .. For Justice of Supreme Court (You JOHN R. ONEAL. For Jades of the Peaeo-TaM DMrM. ""
have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; T au? aaaar norm AOOT n.o ..
1 oocvr or _[TU TH 1t'D1C14L.Cl .casola' for three)- J. M. WILLIAMS.For R. J. CHTLUNGWORTH. J
recommended to friends
always It
IT. my For Justice of the Pesos Ninth Dto1
R. a. COCK&ELU::
4 .........lM Dade MM ab1.assn.M) a. I am confident then to no better eafenlng Dry vhas a committee.Der i )

u ea.NJ.ds.-NIa rL JMM TMnllto.ri made. 'It Is dandy for burns.' Those chairman stands oop la my p. T. M. 8HACKLEFORD. County Treasurer trictH.

CUrk m ,GMrt-K.lM AB c C>Thu Mts.amdle... who live on farm especially liable und .,. to me: J. B. WHITFIELD. C H. RAULERSON.BEN ,: K. WOODALL.

7 ran Twa"01ea.."___Pt. .'"Mr. Teglecteln, you this a man of DOSTER. For Justice of the -. Teath D1atrkt -
to many accidental cuts, bums, bruise
-.SSST.after P.setb ;r.I.t; ltr.tb.r..an.a brains und honesty and .... Die
Tar.M Pint af'*t PiM$. which heal rapidly when Ballard' "or GorernorN.
....., UlAprU. committee vba hen. to aafyou to run B. BROW AnD.e. For Tax CollectorW. W. 8. HILL.JC.GRAMUNO..

DADa COCTTT COC T.M. Snow Liniment to applied. It should for alderman of d* Seventeenth ward. K. NORTON. .
....,I-Allea &, Her- ...... always be kept In the house for owe U you Thill consent we shall see dot R. B. McLENDON.W. For Justice. of the Peace, Thlrteenfls !.
puclai AUorar-J.t. a*....... M ta.l. at emergency." 25c. We, $1.00 bottle.I you vha elected by BOO majority. R. W. DAVIS.

_P .11.1.-....Ter _rjJrfc'Wjiu""*. I For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. Dot vha a surprise to me. Han*. D. H MATS. O. DEBERHT. District

nwm. ,..,.--"...11_/ la Jaly I JwI s Dd for tw* minute I caat speak CHARLES PEACOCK.T. H. J. BURKHART.

raM T< .... L&\lDOmCLQAI1'UVI I -
.. a n.- Hew U...
U at. teases sesl t f.r "'8..t..._.. It vnaa some awful C. CRAWFORD. County Aiseesor of Tax**- For Constable for Thrd District L."j
The Cartoonist honors offer ... and I vhlii>
Ctrta:: DI.IC'nST.sarrrt.llare I you accept a F. KIRK. GEO. a UUTLER. H. A. CARLISLE
"1f.r.. Punch" Las discovered the und be your candidate. If I Tbas elect
...q Ha" tales at I' vVlarkTM tact that the only place where the .... I iliaD try to make you der best
,. asads" yt r 15:/deck- lto 01* T..s. I cartoonist and caricaturist safe alderman you ever had.' far Attorney General L. XIMANIES.For FRANK CARLISLE.
...y Una. Ms r : Payermeetla.ev.iw.dseada I C P. METCALF.For 1
"My speech' vhas received mlt cbeer. W. H. ELLIS. '
a.M at T''" An.IaJI'I. are Crest Britain and the United
.. ... TArmi.PaitarIf I State In France he on to j and I have my wife bring oop a pitcher A. ST. CLAIR-ABRA1I3. Prosecuting Attorney Constable for Tenth District

*' _.rawn* Bnanaru. 5eo,., Uar_ AnwaC got I' of ice water. It vhas passed aroutxL H. r. ATKINSON; O. Lr CHANDLER. !)
son. Kk treeb-PrsTw .-1- Wed_ Pay, the cartoonist is likely) to be and den dot chairman stsnds
..,11&T M p.": .seday Srb.s atm .N a. r. j challenged! to a duel. In Germany 1 oop njid For Comptroller JAMES T. SANDERS. L. M. NICHOLSON. |
r -"I. at u...: E..ar.b r- 1 -:"" pm ,

,....e1lu..aI''P. ..C. frt._Padi -',. there are laws about leze ma jest). aya'Vh.. din alt Mr. Toghvtelnr A. C CROOM. ROBT. R. TAILOR. CURES COUGHS AND-COLDS.

The Turkish caricaturist if there it "DIs tbaiaa' .
1 V. LC.smrs. Oxnwr A...aa. C aaJ lit* ,1
such being, lived on the 'No beer, no cigars, no -..r1''No. I For State TreasurerW. -
_lac. ll :fk a m; fumti) any arcing For County Judge Mrs. C Peterson. CM Cake It. To-
?- Ia west ..4J ....: Pr afla. at 1.n p as one week after taking the profeKion. *- .' W. V. KNOTT. .
.. .. ..fa .. Jaakw up r A. E. HEYSER. pot Kansas says: "Of all the )
S-'" Parer..adta.W..1eat.i A : In China the unmaker' i> "*Ded It gif me pleasure to Inform !j eoagk.-
m B.
=:';:'.Ha'k: All arr wh.s.ww. liable to dismemberment the ors you dot If TOIler run for aldemansf |1"01' State Superintendent of Public In- H. SAUNDERS. Jr. remedies Ballard'i Horehound Syrup J

... A. Mnvm.Pads Is favorite It baa done add writ
.r de Seventeenth ward we shall see my : 1
non Mug made I structlon
'I'a i nn fa...... P. t, A_... B sad .*> a public holiday dot you vhas defeated by fife million do all that Is claimed. for It-to .....-.
1 se.w-HorM.t .....*... II ......-k; .....,.. rith firework in the i' I W. H. HOLLOW AT.i For County Superintendent of Public
axheal W a.m Bwaia Pmnr t*>! WeilM majority und be hanged to your! Instruction fly cure all coughs and eoldo--and It hi
.., *-!*> tJS. Hut* ......_. emr *rr. "Mlt dot day an get op und march. W. N. SHEATS.i and
mtar Ism atk Fir* ... tklre1' *na<.f..,.a --- R. E. HALL so sweet pleasant to the taste'ISe
p MUle BJH a4 K* ne ..... FKonh at Cavneac A THOUGHTFUL MAN oat and dot ,ha. tier reason I don'tran I SOc. $1.00 bottle. Bold by Bad :
Ar.*a.*S3S. m. XVI' PVLLSS. Brctor for skin-mans, inn dot Tbas tier i CommlMilnner of Agriculture JAMES C HARRIS. .

......n_... 12111 sn.t sad A_.. A. deeference between 'beer and water. B. E. McIJN.- E. H KING. I'll.""' ...,. .'
.. M. )(. Austin of Winchester. tnoL, I .
i r "-4t- ..... .inaaa .. MD a'elrk That -
think of
J>sW.. p.am. Paator.Ck I think a good deal but I but a half 1 .. JOUR FAMOUS STAGE QUEEN
I For Railroad Commlllllloer .
U. wife bad uch an unusual case of sole to put on a shoe and don't I. .r ttulrrterr of ReKlktratloo
lirirral" > mrM at !Mraa
< TiA onrrv.
P. C.w.rX a. <........* ty..sd May -ter.t.t tomach and liver trouble, phyileian aottinrm. Mr. Yoglestrin walks around B. L. MORGAN.- _J. i'. U Mary Aa lrraW.'r..< U'. .. *>.. O.i J
f A a> ia.. ....r. lUadav.MIAMI I i i Xraaev*. w 1h U...
and ...
kicks M
ould not help kr. H. thought of thing eater dm say:
BOARD or TRADE.! I Mary Aialenoa eJr, .....,..s Uke a rosanr' ..
I nd tried Dr. King's New Idle Pllltmd "H."., somepody nuke a fool of me r'or Adjutant- ieDeralJ. I
4 In church der odder Soonday. and 1 C. R. FOSTER. : IVn In pc';arty, .:V drv: naediI J
.............. 'fI'uUaal Brew she got relief at one and wwInally For County 'OO1aal..IOII.n.: .
,baa mad about tt. I doot to I snc go ALLEN THOMAS. i
K I That Vbr-Pr...... T. V. Moore. : cured. 0.11Co; at all drac1 IHiitrirtF 'j't
Bn.i..< Vtce-..........**. 1. K. UiimiBaeratarr. -* Ii testaI church pefore ,or thirty yean and I Ia her l'OUth. She left the atarvat tile ...J.'...:
1 C. AICHRKil .
K. V. BlaekmaaY'resnr.r. vhas like some greenborn I keep awful r'or State Chemist I height of leer tar er wuij* ill a young r-

R B. Tatunu till and doubt say aottings to no- I K. JOHNS.: i wnnmn oral use nfii-atrdly refused tort
pod,. aDd by und by a man come
GovernorsW. M Brawa.T
Beard of Charles A. u...-. .."' i tnim to returu tv tl.I .
T M&t. J. II:. 1,......_ A. K H.yM. i I Charles A. Dana now paned away, along nail a box full of money. Thru To talk of Mary Amiooj today
J. B. Be4liy. F. W. Haha W. w.1 I I he baud It out to me. I pelirf hemean for Presidential Elector For County Core J|* HHI(T-SecondGEO
out not forgotten was reared on a I brings uo snc::ntlon of the famonaaUbv

: preeC. Jolla Bw.D.STAIDiNG I I farm at Bound Brook. N. J. During dot I shall take a dollar for my H. B. BAILEY. 1I'" rt.- it..>.xu. ...>..i > ,.-,, tMae vlva-.
COMMITTEES In coming to church but I vhasno .
wage W. LAINHART.E. .
his newspaper career he wa often T. A. JENNINGS I clous manner the same heartlne. the)
LAWB-Aaaa, W. R ; Patt_ B. U: bog. If I take: a quarter dot vha
asked by young men out of work what J. B. C. KOONCEA. H. DIMICK., ....... James T. .r-. K H.: enough. Vhen I put K la my pocket. I I
Werler. 0. A.BRIlKJRBBaJIrjr.. they should do to become) successful dot maa gets red und white und mad. B. NEWTON.- [/I.f speech, the same merry laugh but

B. M.: Reek_ F Mr. Dana eventually became tired of F. B. STONEMAN. her past I* but a memory with her.Not .
und after church vhaa out he come t* For County CommisfonerThird
W ; H.... F. W.: Row. C J.. Fradarkk.i !nee. dvlce. seeker To a friend of me und ." I a portrait In her surrounding suggests -

s mine be said: p.y.Vbelt PlfUlct \ her .. an .t't....., and of all thai
of all der blamed old scoundrels 1 for Delerates l,
at National Convention
HEALTH AND nAJfrTARY-aeckpnu. Let the young man about town out rge. R. E. MCDONALD.T. hundred of portraits taken: la cbarac-
I ever! saw take Art cake?
t U. Jr.: Pleat W. W.; Ell.... OUleskie ef employment try a year on the farm i "How vbs..dot you r laaya. ; A. WINFIELD. 'er she doe not posses one. Nor... .

; na- R. 8.: Kl.g. H. M. flowing behind a brindle mute will ) T. J. APPLEYAKD. be a programme' of any of her pen

RIVERS AND HARtS RB-Qai".haMe.Ok give him a new constitution take the j 'Why. 7u stral a quarter from tier W. J. HILLMAN. forma_

..a. Ht Ra..... Kd and C; fal.... kinD ont of his topknot the frog out itt contrlbuttou box of der Lord'a'Bf CLAUDE L'ENGLR. For County ('ommisioorr--Fourth! She la simply so happy In Bring today j .

B ...: Bhaaahaa M.RAILROADB his throat.the gas off his stomach I Ibe "' u t yoo.. pas der box to me. I "UIt'tJOHN that her past Is almost blotted
AND FREIGHTS course, bet It vhaa to pot money A. P. JORDA.V:
weakness oat of his leg and give and little of
8EWELL. out. not a her ltapp!_
Br ar. B. I.t JAIler. C. D.; lA..... m Instead of taking money out. GIf JOHN s. BEARD.
aim good appetite an honest living ; from the fact that she
a come married
.. t; CrwlB. W. W.. McDonald. J. A. me back<< dot quarter or I Thill raise I T. E. BRYAN A. LEE ALLEN.For '
t.'HARmEB-BTUgtait. E. T.; Cbea tad a light of beaverYy some iWL'Tits. I I the right man anti lire a life of true

..... J. H.: Donates. K. B.& Gtuat*'. T. old friend Ia a farmer today I I to know bow tt chair ayi W. J. BRYAN _nodf'llbJp. TLey delight IB outdoor

-x.-_ C. L. !I working six tern hour a day. with no. Mr. Tngkvteln to me as he pounds on I C. A. CARSON. CutintT CommlaalotMT Fifth exercise and take their walks and

AOIHCtn.TORR.-BhvkBji. L V.; Irtwpect of ever Talslag the mart his knee. If dot maa vhants money I CIJCON A. STEPHENS. Dtrtrtct j ride, rain or eI&Iu -.

Mm F. a: Tatm.' ]. 114 OrtC... A.Dora. I I gage.ewpsperdom.La I vhy don't he ay ae! If be vhants t* 8 A.. BELCHER.E. nuiiband was'her suitor for ten

M. / J. K. I pay .... vhy dolt he say so? How I 'or: DvlicatM National eoatlOII. O TWEEDELL year* before their marriage and ha

m t.ic ftrftrlNfA-Horner. J w.; > ArtT*>* l*. A4. I vhaa It dot folk can make SOB foots Second. CoosTPMlonal I) beea"brr lover bnvbend for that many

JwkfA H. C.: RHUjr. J. Bfi Brwen.Jalm Human ads. wiU arrest attention I of me sad not elf me a show District iii I more fie.. IMT pfwor>. small In'stature.

; ....... H. T. when too most artistically contrived I). UOAULDEN.It For of Public d.irL. uamlxotnr and manly.
Und be sbnnip oop sad down ....j MDI"'IRnard Iniitrmtlon -
..AJII11FACTC1taa.. C.: will be posed unheeded aNew N. BATCH ELOR. .
.. sign ay wear tar Bf* mlnate and dm gne* ; First District, | Be hi ii graduate of Coiuwbla univerI
HMK T.T4 C5s.T4 1. A4 RM R ; York letter. A Broadway window ...-. M. QUAD. T. !4. A ')ERFON.J. W. L. WIDEMETEREIJ I alt)'. :New York.Soilrty .

w t Weffiy ,. B.ftPTCATlONAUBurdlne.. a> attracting host of spectators cage R. T nOWDEN arm little of the Navarroa
W. 11.; SIMS
to we a young woman drenched by a They ran only for their intlm.t.hi.ends *
H.1L w. W. Oaatfar. Reaanmd RLkl If wait NM ... w.r. For Member Board
of Pablk-
bath which directly9vr Inatruc-
n.. A. I.: Baselfcy. i. O; ...... shower operate. ears If We .t mad. the worM '..1' Memhrni at Large State Commit- and rrlall'-r They are fend
1.41..: Kola..A. J. .IIf'r..4. Over a handsome frock Moat thlrca would W aboilTk ; c'nee I lion.ood DIMrM.K. I i.f picture rall.-H-. the gray old ""**11-

fKMiaRATlON-Blaekmaa. E T.None. .. wear a mackintosh. She stand aaaM as Ooi... _d. MM*>: cliche I -- W. J. PARRISH. drab of Enclam and the placea kiJ>-

P. n.. Ta..... i H, Dorn. J. K. edge a bower for a few mlnate and I[ Would atlll wind ta art out; <(<\ for Fhlrteen.) For Members Hoard of Public In.tnic- tory lia. mad h. ...w. They. hire explored :
Him wuIHacly peels off the mackintosh Th hllla would still W steep sad green.s.The R. B. GARVETT.W oM Looci-4. rue
u> cores
H iar. J. W. rtvere roll ft Brooks, ; lion, Third District, very J j
EKTBR'TAI1011NT1Uwa. R W.: sod shows the observers that beneathtla Rot a.'* *f ..... all women ..WIt W. FARMER. know an tINt Is i its of tINt great writf"

...... H. C; Oaetbdds. C. H.: Ramy.Rt protecting desk her garment are ) ..lit.' .... tZ* IaoIua. GOO L. BAKUa W. M. BURDINE.For era. They made d fljlnz trip to Amrka -

Bewen. J..... ixsrfectly dry. Thto teat to upposed to I i In the axing' of ivn. They are
AttVJCJtT INo-'IM-' R; BtM- tone the beholder that despite the car both fowl of literature but Mr. Navarro .
U re reaM have a a nAa4 D I*. County Member State Commltte-
a.+s. P. H: Bymgto B T.; BlackaMa.K dothy" appearance of the coat It win make tkla.. ever a. that tarWa FI.ETCHER.N. Is more enthnalavtl ..rI.It than

I ,V; ntnerictosk K. P. -psi the heevbM ......_ M .u lito Waatlfal.Bat A. BUTCH. B. N. DIMICK. his wife. O( tote yean she baa been
The fun IM ot --- numMrtmgBtaetr M I had a chaa*. !. aar K. B RAUI.ER9ON. .. F. B. BTONEMAN. .
her rich contralto
What 800... r. rather auk cultivating vole and
to afl BI. r foD n: Tt ke M x-wt _!-* W. M. MILTON. JR.J. :'

'* CW:'R. Jaek... J. 1C, I 'lOLmIlOHEYAK TAR Hers* teeth would umr ark* M. LAMAR. '
:. 'I ... k. Kiaer m (1esp R.ert.R-.M I I For Fish and 0... Warden. I his-I :

; _____ W. JL EoI\ A. J. I .mN tlb.ewK1..eat -.a.5my.t H. L. DODD. E. A. GRAHAM.


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I a certificate of exemption; for the two cia.. for tile ernes of Clerk ef the Circuit INSPECTORS APPOINTED.
I t I court subject to the scUoa of tile

T trffi *" Qflic OFFICIAL GALL FOR PRIMARY ElECTION yean.PATMEJJT DvmorrmUc party. Filmary eetIoe May
I OF POLL TAXES. I I*. UM. The meeting was called to order fry

professions \ :I In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. S. FREDERICK. Chairman Filer la the city hall Misaii

primary election on May 10th or June Fla.. at 2 p. m.. April 11. 1904.
I Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to. be Held May
7. 1904 poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 FOR TAXCOI SECTOR.I The following members were p res eat

I 10th and June 7th. 1904 in Dade County. must be paid on or before 5 o'clock P. hereby announce myself a candidate : in person or by proxy: Messrs. Johns.Jones. :

U. Friday. April %to 190t (ten day before for the office of tax collector of Potter Lymaa, King Ball

I the first primary election. Dade County subject to the action of Filer Burtee..... aDd Klrkmaa.

.+ Erwt n.4 A meeting of the County Democratic (law; and shall at one forward the I II the coming Democratic primary' Upon motion Mr. Bun was elected
I -
Executive Committee ix Dade ft. inty. I return to the Chairman of the County 1 I dw T. N. GATJTIER.I acting secretary. V
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. !I Florid wa held at Miami. FlorIda. Executive Committee. I II The minutes of the last meeting wore

Will fTMtto la all eouta Bta*$ee r* atl on the 11th day of > .Mil. A. D. 104. I The assessment to be paid by the !I la hereby given that the Registration I FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.I read and approved.

seoUl fMffltiMfor.umlBl>.... yerleetiMtastf | pursuant to adjournment 1 various candidate shall be aa follow: I Book of Dade County for hereby respectfully announce myself The call for primary was amea4e4aa

Tltl.aP.Oboslr. I The following amerded call: for a Representative ....... ........ SU 00 the primary election to b* held May 10. as a candidate for the office of follows:
..I.... Pla. !.
', primary election was adopted to-wit: Senator .... ........ .......... 15 00 1904, will be opened la the several State' Attorney of the Seventh Judicial See official call oa third page.

p. T. 8 LLGG$. K. D. Notice Is hereby given that there Sheriff ...... ........ . .. 38 001!I.I election districts of Dade twenty Floriua Circuit esb'ccJ: ta tio rata of I|I A motion was made by :Mr. Kirkmaa.

I _111 be a Democratic Primary Selection Clerk of the-Circuit Court...... 30 00 on the %:nil day of March. A. D. the Democratic primary II| to nominate county commissioners

sUb MthMraecentra Bl Cum Pbsrm.r7.1.e14t.ee held in the several election districts Tax Assessor .................. 2000 I*11904. and win be closed on the 2Cta dw CECIL O. BUTT. land members of the school board br _

** C of Dade courty. Florida on May Tax Collector ................. 2500 day of April A. D. 1904. districts. Same was defeated by a

1OAMLOoVw FLORIDA. j 10th. 1904. and if necessary on June County Treasurer ....... ...... 20 00 I I ThJ following persons are hereby FOR COUNTY CrfOGL CPEHUrTKNDDTT. I'' vote of to J.

7th. 1904. lor the nomination of all County Judge ................. 15 00 appointed J..t. > ri irtlonfircra A communication from a meeting of
Democratic candidates. State and county :: '..r tie eve O ..-.!vt district. lo- I hereby>> announce mrtuU a -...... candidate held la Miami May 10 1904.
I' to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction Wit of Dade County sabjoet .. the wm ef was read aDd discussed by various candidates

omcx: I i electors at the General Election to beheld ...... ........... I 00 Number One, Stuart-W. G. Parka. tbe voter* as slay bo npussii at tbe before the committee. Finally

HOTKL BISCAY BLOCK, Ava. D. {f November Sth. 1904. and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... 5 00 Number Two. Jupiter-R. E L. McFariand. approsehtaa Domoarma prlmvy.i.eHeaL the following Inspectors clerks sad

MIAKL FLOBXDA.QR by tha Democratic Governor Supervisor of Registration.... I 00 dw > to IIt_ILALU Fla polling place were decided spot for

of the State between the data of bolding Members of County School B'rd. 1 00 Number Three West Palm Beach- the following precincts.

W. B. RUSH, such primary election and the hold- E. H. Dimkk. No. 1-Inspector*. Ceo. McP1IEnaeet --.
Justice of the Peace......... 1 00 FOrt TAX ASSESSOR.

'Phone 84. log of the pr.sary election A. D. UOt. Constable ..................... 1 00 I Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) I hereby announce myself as a 8tn..... J. M. Ennis stern
Dffloe !!8-l2th .tre and of a Democratic candidate for H. W. Hessey polling place, store of
2.M...*. lOtk olreel and Avenue County Fish aDd Game Warden 1 00 I MAll Oillen Pence. CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR Of ..
total for Miss Walter
United States Senator to be Kltchlng.
..'PboH ""IlL candidate are required to file a I Number Five Delray-H. J. Sterling. Dad County, subject to Ole action of
MIAMI FL.&. by the Democratic members of the L<; Six Cavender.Number No. 2-Inspector*. J:. B:4.: "" J. ..
Number Pompano .
written implication to have his name the Democratic primary.d .
lalatare of the State o fFloridf, at Itssau'on Seven lalar. Henry' Brooker; clerk. E. C. Miller
appear upon the official ballot on Fort LaaderdaJe-W. C. L. XIMANIES.
r. w. BAG In A. D. IMS. ; polling place. school how
TEGT. I blanks furnished by the Committer.accompanied M. Marshall. t
The followltg officer are to be nominated No. t-Inspector*. H. L. Hfflter. l, C .
with the fee above set Number Eight. Oju-J. W. I....
fleas Sp.elaeatIo.s> sad DetalU'hlideC I at said primary electlo-. t: wit: : FOR STATE SENATOR. W. Burkhardt. N. H. Butch; clad J
Buildings of Al Kind: Fine fort:., with 8. L. Patterson Secretaryof Number Nine, Lemon City-Warren I
C hereby announce myself candidate
I cited States Senator. a a W. Comstock; polling plate eta
-*> Specialty. the Democratic Executive
r BeaMen a County Mitchell
1 Representative la Congress Second : for State Senator tetra the Thirteenth house. w
Orncx 1315 A T!: t"t'O.:. Committee, on or before the nat dt? Number Tea. Miami-C. D. Leffler. Sanaturial
Congressional District of bride No. f-Iupeetora. W. H. Con C A.
I I of Aprt', A. D. 1904. ;
Number Eleven, Cocoanut Grove
1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the I I subject to the wm of the Democratic Mall Jess Daaghtry' ; dark CuOea '

DL L jj:. cages full term of six ,.*.... I This April llth. 1904.W.. A. Filer A. T. Carter.. party' to be expressed at die primary' Pence; polling pines. school bow :,
,.. ..
Number CuUer-D.c.BrowL
I Jusyeea} of the Supreme Quart lection. May 10. 1904. No. S- Inspector J. E. a.......

DENTIST. I IMthoaot 1 Governor. Attest George: Bull Chairman Number Thirteen. Silver Palm-C. F. M HUDSON L B. Taylor T. M. McRa; dirk B. <_

0..... w 'M oor- elFLOIBDA. 1 Secretary' of State. tam. W. HOL TTblals./ FU. P. Hodges: polling plae*. school BOB**..
D sad Ian a.m.xIax Secret.pro
Number Fourteen DeerlWd G. W.
1 AttonIe1.JoenLI QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS No. C-Inspector*. Z. Lavender Jaox

Sullivan. UfII.Itead..R.. F. Saxon W. '..
Comptroller. FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNET. : clerk
I First ,PrIaw7-T11ee dy. May 10. _
Treasurer.. 1904. This March 12. 1904. I hereby announce myself aa ; candidate Cassels; polling place. e..,. u" tor*. rT

Seekers A. T. CARTER, No. T.-I..pecton. R. A. Bryaa..=Y. t
Home 1 Superintendent of Public Instruction. Secord Primary-Tuesday. Jam 7. for the office of Prosecuting At- .t
dnpervtoor Ragtst stloa.' Dad Co. Fla. L. BraekweQ. D. ONu
Attenfiocu 1904. torney for Dad county subject to the ; derk. FraakBtranahaa _'

1 Commissioner of Agriculture. approaching Democratic primary election ; polling plac. Straaaaartnew ,
TOIl will find it to your Interest Genera Election Tuesday November halt I
before iateStiq.hraiaJled 1 Railroad OoIIIml1 -. H. F. ATKINSON.
to call 011 me '
bosses and rooms to Adjutant-General. a. 1904. | CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. \ Miami Flav. Na $.Inspector. H. Padgett. 1I. r.Newlaa. k

real Real barj iaa ia real eaUte. 1 State Chemist Th* registration books for the primary e e J. W. Ive: Clerk R. Cotarva; '

taxes election will be opened la each polling place school house.
city and country. 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Sereatt '--._ win be Inserted ta the FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.I .
collections, etc.. attented to. I election. district: la this county oa 1- No. Inspector. J. S. Pardee. A.W.Cromartl :
.Judicial Circuit. Deny sad weekly lletrepeUs for tee d o a
Oft a pedal license autborixingu Sever th Judicial March 29. 1904. and vffl b* kept opera lari. er ta ether edlttoo for five doDan.Candida hereby announce myself aa a can *. .J. S. Peters clerk J. B.Peadletoa r
kind legal transfers I State Attorney,
.. to prepare all Us for County Comalsioanand : polling achool ....
Low feeL every day Sundays erupted, until the didate for Justice of the Pear la District .- plaea 110.,
f real eatate Circuit -
_lien of the 1001 board will be No. Inspectors., L Osborm ,
2Cth day of April. 1904. at which Urn No. 10. and respectfully esk the A. t.M. .
Prompt attptiotLC. 1 prosecuting Attorney. charted ene-half taw anawBts.X 1
weal be closed. Bardl... Prank Jaadoa clerk M. R.Kellum .
C. I State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial annoane meet tttMTUd .UBtll paid support of the voter la said district
Notary Public. The registration book will not be foe d. William S. Hilt ; polling place city halt

srs ATI. D. sat KHvn r. District reopened for the second primary eJ_ --=- No., 11-Inspector*. Jackson Pe*> I
I Member of the House of Representative K COUNtt TRK URXB. (
1 hereby announce myself a candidate cock. John McKinsle. J. W. Galloway;
fLelia.blaar.dsat.: : *. toe.All persons. may register who are j, To tile Democrsde Voters of Dade c... for re-election as Justice of tile clerk. Fletcher Albnry; polling place
1 County Judge. Old Hardee 11_. .
Optlctau.W.CMAYNARD.. citizens, whether they bar paid their;'! t,. norWv Peace in this the 10th district A* I
1 Sheriff. I >...ty nuMlf esndidate ; No. 12-Inspector W. A.
ancowwe a *,. Cooper. J.
poll taxes or not but they cannot vote am DOW serving la this capacity I
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. I for re-.l. tlosi U UM office ef Treasurerof ;iCea StJDeb_. W. J.
ave.O.rest te rwl4mOtacs 1 County Assessor of Taxes. unless their poll taxes which -11I&7 be Dade County. FlorM. subject to the would appreciate an endorsement In r clerk. Ceo. W. Moodle
FttUt legally due are paid as4 provided b.- sift of n majority *C tile D.a>oeiatla accordance with tbe Democratic principles ; polling place.

ionttlj 1 Tax Collector. law. I ....t_ s rin be ._....I ta the DeM of returning Mr a second term Brown Moodie's warehouse

Thebes, poets JeTelerj, It 1 County Superintendent of Public Instruction POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. ...ue |HA>iy May, II. ISM.C an Incumbent who has satisfactorily No. 13-Inspectors. Henry 0-...

H. RACTIJaiBON.dw Ernest Mall Win .&Anderson clerk C. .
flied the office
Payment of poll taxes for 190 and I |
1 Surveyor. Miam(. Fla. W. HOI; polling place school turns .
L. MCDONALD 1903 1* a prerequisite to Toting at all d John C. GnmUD,.
GEO. 1 County Treasurer.I I No. Inspectors.. J. W. Saxon W. _
CMCitlaeerw4 I County Commissioner election this EXEMPTIONS.The year. A. J:. HUT8KR. i I I FOR STATE SENATE.I E. Blanton. W. H. Slstrunk; clerk.. J.a .

......... ..behiglat Lands *-=""' I Member of- the County Board of dw Candidate for Judge. hereby announce my eanddacy for Holly: polling place school hou... j..
following condition I County
COCOAHCT GROVE. FLA. j Public Instruction. exempt State Senator from the Thirteenth I j I It was moved aDd carried that name ..
from the -
1 Justice of the Peace la and for Districts persons payment of capitation FOR COC T\' COUMISSIOXERS. Senatorial District of Florida, subjectto of candidates members of the eoaa-

NOL 1.Z.S.4. *. <.7. .. 9. or poll taxes: The fr rends and the will of the Democrats of Brevard ty executive committee be placed aa '.
A. DANK.act First-Aay one who bus tout a limb, many supporters of the mrolar ballot. ,
J. 10. 11. U and U. to battle. !the present embers of the Board of and Dadenwnttoe be expressed si t

1 Constable In and for District NOL the primary election May 10th. 1904. It ass also moved aDd carried that ..
...........tw1..aieaast County Commissioners for Dade
Fw ai..r -. r '11 1. I. I, 4. 5. 8. 7. .. I. 10. 11. 1J 8ec-.ad-AJIJ ODD wan '.\as :SS year ouuty have prevailed upon them to U. Seabrook Sams. candidates for' game wardea be placed :

.... ad lrtws.... and U.S of age oa or before DeotmUx: :1. 1>>4J1. .'uU !or re-election and hereby pre- Courtenay. Brevard Co, Fla. oa tile regular ballot and the candidates .

let. I Presidential Elector Third Any one becoming of a** (21 for said office be assessed 11.08
siIM : PtA seat their name aa follow: F. C
m 4 Delegate at Large to National Con gars old) oa or after January L 1903. FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. Mr. Johns of Precinct No. 1 baad...l
Alcher. George W. Lainhsrt. R. E i
vention. Fourth-Aay ODe who had become a In his resignation as a member of the ti
I IllcDonald. John Sewell. and L. A. I am a candidate for tbe position of
resident of this State aad county tan committee and the same was accepted.
lOI.EY5l1ONlYAKDTAlt 5 District Belcher to the voters at the Democratic delegate to the National Democratic'' A r
Committee or after January 1. 1903. motion was made and carried that
...... F..in Member at Large of State prlirary of le Couvrauon at St. Louis' Mo fur
... ...... .. May 19m. Second Inspectors and clerks' be paid U. c"'
If properly registered, any of the !I CnnjKretisional LMxtrtrt.. I am permitted par

1 County Member of Stats Committee. above eaa vote at an elections,. state i to refer to the entire Democracy cD1.TIle
i jof
FOR SHERIFF.To : next meeting of the
GOING commit
ARE YOU 1 Member National Commlttse.t aDd county held this year without Grace* county regarding my standIng '
was called for
J April 21. 1904
North or West ? I t Supervisor of RsWtratlos.i paying any poll or capitation tax. the PoMocimUe voters K Dade CeeavTy. as a Democrat, and If 1 am fortunate There 1'.tno further business a

i 1 County Flab and Came Warden.' PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. Florida: enough to have your aid la I motion was made and .S
I koroby>> sassacs SVMU a e..daw carried to ad.JooI'II. *
I Member of Dad County Democratic Person under the following conditions Dade county at the election I shall') .
: for reolocthm .. tbe eOos tIC Kttitf at .
Louisville&: Naslwlle Executive Committee t* and for will b* liable for one poll tax I I Dade County. Florida subject .. the greatly' appreciate It. and ran assure i GEO. P. HULL. j

Predneu Na* i 2.2,4,4,4,7.4' only for 1902 or 1903. a* tile cues may I I win of tbe slarlty .at lid Pianeradsrotors yon Orange county Democrats will also{ Secretary Pro Teat

Railroad 2. 10. 11. 11. l*. and 14. be: ss win be egptosp'it la the Dem.erratic > appreciate It.
k' primary to be IwM Msr M. ...
Oases mseuelled p..emger..rroMr.Moders The rule governing Mid primary' Any one who became SS year old dw JOHN FROHOCK.I Very truly your BALLARD'S HORS OH IIND SYRUP

trains currying Pullmaaaieepm election hall be the same aa those during 1902 will be required to pay $1 V. N. Barbelor. Imeedlately relieves hoarse, eVoupy.cough

.p-U-dat c gibes. free ...- adopted by the Democratic Executive for account of poll tax for that year. hereby announce myself w a can- Winter Park. Fla. oppressed rattling rasping

elialac chair ears and dining Soars Committee, at their meeting held la who become and difficult breathing. Henry
Any one may of ag* (21 dilate for Sheriff of Dade county FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN. C.

artwtsa ao ben and southern eitiea. Jacksonville, oa January XJd. 1904. for' year old) at any .Urn* during 11102will Florida, at the next Democratic pri I Stearns, druggist. Shullsburg. Wla..

Tb heel dining ear service la tbe State primaries, M far aa candid-i writs. May 20 1901I
governing hare bee
be required to pay $1 for poll \as'Of' mary. and ark for the votes of my I hereby announce myself a i

Moatfc.AH Ticket rU the same will applicable to the the year 1903. fellow Democrats and those who win ate for the posllon of Fish and Gams'' selling Ballad's Horehound Syrup for
ArnU Bell Through county primary. Those and only those two yean and have never bad
Warden of Dade : a preparation -
be county subject to the
Any ODD becoming a resident of this qualified to becoue voter at thai

L.&N. person shall be permitted to become State aad county during 1902 will be primary. I promise, If elected to faithfully action of the Democratic pray primary that has given better satisfaction.
candidate before. or rot at or participate election I I notlca that when I sell a bottle
liable for the poll tax for 1903. I perf um UI many duties of thbmponsibl May 10. 1904.
and sleeping ear
Far estee.ehedeks, la themanagement of laid primary ,: Edward A. Graham. I I they come back for more. I faD hotly *)-
reservation- apply U WHO ARE LIABLE: TO POLL TAX. *
election, who declare their adherence "* recommend It.1 26e. $Qe. 11.08Sold
M. Fleming All male Inhabitants wto 21 office.
J. are
to the principles and organ]- : FOR CONSTABLE. | by K.l from Ptarm.vy. .
ra..es+r cf and under SS .J. M. WILLIAMS.
: atw.r4..I. year age wen year iw
of the Democratic Na-
iitloa party
rtMMa : I -
! M44.rvl I. IL of ag* December 21. 1901 Palm Beach. Fla. I II
I IlOI.E15BOnY and who
Uoral. State county, are by hereby announce myself as a can- i
Any one becoming a resident of this I --
the laws of the State lawful elector dldate for the office of Constable in When a woman admits that her

of the election districts la which they. State aDd county prior to January. 1.I FOR CLERK CIRCUIT corn district No. 10 I,! child bas a disposition like Its
fAIl I hereby auioqaoe ..,..., ss a ead promising If elected to I j father
offer to vote, who have paid their poD 1902. will be reqalftd'to pay poll tax drto for the .... ., Girt of the tan faithfully discharge. tile duties of said this U an admission oa her part that

"' .1- .., .....e.sr 1.eralas.s tls.Iep1I1 due not lee than tea for 190J and 1903. ei it Court' of D.do Coat)'. eabjoet tetki subject to Democratic primary )I Iollee j| the child Is not perfectA

i lye before said primary election, aDd If they become a reels!: nt after Jan-I oetioa of the Dtsjoeratte prlsaarr. May 10. ; .

60 YEARS* r ho shall when challenged by aa elector nary 1. 10* and before January 1. : dw C. L. WHITR. d L M. NI I maws who ha never stood against
; ....
EXPERIENCE pledge In writing upon oath, before 1903. they yUl be required pay poll salary 01 a bar; aDd builds railroads doeeat

any Inspector, to abide by aDd tax for 1903 only. I, i take this
support, the resale of such primary, and Any ODe reaching. their majority m of Dade if r that I wit .-. a eaa- HEALTH IS TOOTH.

8 ] support the nominee thereof. years) oa or after January 1. 1902. win III 'ito for ceelecuiMt t. th* .fff.-- -f Ckrkof fOR Disease and Sickness
Bring Old
I| Asa
The polls shall be opened and dosed be subject to payment of poll tax for I tile Circuit Coot m.bjoct to l>.. "<'Joe UNITED STATES
election of the t>is n Tuoc MeathCo.twawrs I t the several districts, at the 1903.la. I i Herbine
pr &..... U Ne red, to orforrn the .u- I taken every morning before
&e b-mrs fixed by the general election law an caix of exemption of a rater Oof the oOos. .. tbefoter., as ta ONto VOTE FOR breakfast will keep you to robust

4_..w..f S-S.4 ewn..tY- Toe following earned person are hereb from payment of poll taxes H* mast .>'... the boot ef my aII Itr. I wffl
......d. :.n.5.U f,..w.w.w t appointed Irepeetors and Clerk for be grateful te those said will lover SM health, fit you to ward off disease' It
: secure of lAs supervisor of registration JAMES
M ,
.__ I 11 M ee..M w ta* r ..._ P TALUFERRO cure constipation blUJ_.
(ride roe-- tl.e severe: electloo districts: a certificate setting forth th* fact that ... dyspepsia
.- ._ s :.. _. dw E. C. DEARBORN. fever akto sad
..... such voter la If eerUflcats WHOM NAME I* liver and kidney -
------- (See report of committee meeting oa exempt COMMONLY PRONOUNCED
- rlcaL the voter from of complaiata. It purifies Ole blood
,Sdtltlfl JlII litpags.) exempts payment I k.fiby snsoosts .,..., a e.adldat. At IP IT WA aDd clean the complexion. Mr* D.
ka..r-5.T 4 -"" ....a poll taxes for both yean (1902 and to- the omeo ., Clerk of tao Chesty
A :
.., := 3.-5.l: The voting shall be by ballot ootduta W. Smut Whitney.Texas write Apr.
DOS). If properly registered he can O art for Dade Comity. to the SPELLED
..- "".''' '''''' subject I. lto%. "'
: furnished by the and I bats used Hsrblae.
State and Bad
'lh.'ftt! l t N l'lrfODtKIJfiEYCJ1 then vote upoa presenting to Ole Inspectors arokcklnc Dmoermtte primary saleti ,
It the
,, County Executive Committee and altli such eertlflcar- exemption. a.dw. I! bat medicine for eoastJpatloa
Z. T. MXRRTTT. and liver trouble It win do ail
doN of sack lection Ole Inspector If tile voter to sublet to only ore 'TOLIB you
J aces VMS. Tin claim for It I can: highly recommend
and dark shall proceed to canvass poD tax either for 1902 or' 1M3 the I 1t...Jde a bottle. Sold by Red Ones

.d ilpmdtMr RtSht Ole ftte ta accordaaee with De State ease male will apply M to securing 1 hereby>> ayesie.s a saatl- rtanaacy.Pattezwcn .
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METROPOLIS. tnt-ul I Hew Baby Turtles Come From the i F...... .( A. T. ratrtok.I a ......_ I I DO NOT TAIL TO See | fe

MiM1M EEC .and SUrt Out Along. I SIng a....

: 'P.NLb.d ever* Jay ;Kept;';i k (. ) ''in tie tana and l I..t the IUD hah h murder of \\illiaiii M. late of New

.aw L f. .M HIIX ntlNitO't '\ t\ IIIW1. I., ;....r'.... them out. They do not lay them ail ,, \ork.. wan r'-" ....-..... major of tbe I II

i. - -- t.n. ---- : -,. !in one plate: |>roUiblr Uiau; thej I death house In Sine Mug' prison tbe r I 314--12th strew I II
,. .nUrl X.....:--. .... I other
day the New York World.
think it mfer to m'ntit-r them. Thta I
t ::.;;.< la ta* .......tII<:e .i x......n; ,; T.'-.' broken; I Ills .r.'OI>d terra of MTVlce U to bruin
....eaAr.1......".. n.*. ,I even though one l lit' Moien or I
.. .. I from Jan. L Tbcrr l Ia absolutely no
t T M ieI'.a avuuwra->.';...."" J.411.Lr JIe r. the oilier* may cjjie. The mothciturtle I appeal 1 from his ruling :
... alt 1aa41 ol la. l'.lte el.tn .t tb. i I corers them all riiri'fullt alt] I I Tbt'rP.re nine promoters confined In I "

< __ _""'" -11.- .......1..1tic. i'1.1., 1',.", one .ft"'r another with a thin "pn:iIdmg ,, IL.- death IMIUIV. but only rltfbt votes :

-l..1 rcMlait mottr Ml...'. trl. .uric <>f and jiui 1 then njijurvntlvneier I I were n.... l'oll\'u.lla William 11. En-
e.kn..tatk* tram t_.._. prim ills of Brooklyn. umler sentence of

OnTreir by Mill. . . . .$300 I I I pxe them. another thought; : death for wife murder. refused to participate I
.. considering h. r mateniU dUlY I
; I
qu In
Six Months., . . . . *.1>0 the halkitlng.
t mi done. Census it i- mat the iui 1atrkk. Ivlns hi looked
Three Hootbs, . . . . .. t.S: ti-mlr ', I' a lawyer --- -- --.
never (been ..11.I.rl.J gOing neal upon by bin fellow unfortunate astlielr I -

OM Week, by Carrier ..NA..ertlaiD' trr theM ego babi" a,.".nu. and |KC proper ktidi-r. Nut only has beprrpuml I
I r
I l bin O""D" raw for the court of
Prictttt tOfl i mori | they hatch at last the tiny .orl.
Tie )Miami flY.
apio-aln. bnt be has skied the other
room | backed" creatures *\ on,. k'.,n
rate made known on I conn. I mtMlemnwl null In tbelr efforts to a.cure .
application !I ..C .. crawling around >n xanli of HICJ ; new trial VII qiHvtUtn of i lpnrtaocc .

TELEPHONE fl-SR.: : their and oilier foul! a* utdcpcn.lently lie are re'iTTml" to bliu. and be .

BUILDING I I* .... I if there were no -.u,i h t1.ing IUI i : ra- upon that Just a* a city mania- j BURDINE &
OFFICEMETROPOLIS trr | I mother in the ..i.rl.1.| .'t luile gri trate would nndr-r other rirrunt't.lnr+... j I
432 and 434: Twelfth Street o|...", who found one 01 the aid oblo.ig! I A chief executive of the death house

Opposite Court House. I HI turtle eppi on a Min river bank ..nLouiiana la elected for one ymr. bat in the event
COatfARATlVE DISTAHCESr.v per.. took it hoiiiv and put i it of the "reuiorar of for niayor another I QUARTERMAN.Fancy
el xtion l I. nude Patrkk'sBrM .
un-r wry
From the .. in a teacup on the table for NICe "
term was" what" la commonly Called -
Port from 1[ I, .ilix Ltepin .\ few iio.irlater a .Il!i.ht
Ta T.mp. Mj.ml/ He- .and an nnexp'ri-d! one He tuoteed"d
..U.. J Mllr. t1't.. !p the "|, now wai. tinmcd) in the dirix-liun. I Arthur FlDftIl=an. who killed a keeper

._. -_. iyam and and on looking; In Ihe tul'It1I1D| : nit In the went aide prison and who was
!J.."" I tit 1 $S I *lM" I I Tb.. found a hub*' turtle "fall ll. lged," put to dratb la..t rprlng Even dar1ns .. Dry Goods. :Motions Beautiful
I 117 I and
-....100... "* i 101 in arc I i iV p.ilh\ but tin>, lecr.+ulhling| altout among / Flanagan'; .dmln!.tn tlon Patrickwas
Istlafo I"
AM Sayti"eQ i fit I .H I of | ,I the bit of IU broken jjt-hell the chief adrlwr. and be prepared Neckwear, also the largest dealers in Novelties,

..-.-.....t.ta.tM. P-... I IMO ell IIIII I,' port rrntu- : doe en-I'I i Flanacan's letter of ..1'1to Governor Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete line

--.eta- I .. ........ | --- i I OJelL The appeals were to
.I r.c2
o ..o..e. Jw a....a o lei.. I.17'1... I" I 111 I that Nine Holts. I strong: that flanagan: obtained twweeks ol School Books Polite and capable services"

-. habeas I I .. they I For this game there rn:it he nine mplteTbe .
1.41.. IM I I
m.\lIlf I hole dug in the ground near a wait power of the mayor of the
...... I I Teeth house are great: If two, of the I
The hole numbered! and eacb
are ,
APRIL 28. 1904. I ......... I Inmate want to play checkers. It hieceuary
A I player u allotted one of them by ( for all the others to be quiet

TBTM ktaa beat three jarka at an). kind chance or othr ue. 'Ihe ball isbowled IB cane the majority should object to Burdine & Quarterman

etas. of tile came Watch Dart Talla- work : into the bole, not thrown a game the qnotlou la referred to the ,

f TM a.. > Clark win the pot .kf oli i Should one of the runners IN- .truck mayor whose derision la BnaL Absolute

r n and by the ()layer into whew, uumlier silence la necessary because the Twelfth Street.

e.n. are ..nJ cot In hla workroj ye.ter- duty I the ball has Utn Ui,,'!eil he may, if two persona playing; do not see each 3O8.
Th year MM ao fAr ha been Irmrd So other DOT' can bey play on one beard
tire "' ; be can ohtaiu! the lull sound riiough,
In th Mit *
krmkcr *
."...... strike another ith n. and 1 he in Eacb baa a board marked oo paper U

...:". BrowmrJ ml lit ... able to handlesee .It....... his tarn may .strike. a third. In tins I aeroaa his cell tbe and ball.tbe morea It.. the are same called wit off
helm of a. mad but h. will never war fin or IIi); mav (he strut k in .accession -
rote '" ('bf'sa.YbI"'lIulI: concerts are Indulged -V-
ismaaitinr Uw day that h* wu at thMlas until a miu> made when
In DOW and then but only when the
of....t........ !
the IIIM- and
"-- i one *o miring point mayor permits. All matters of etiquetteand
> -- nine bowl Sometime layer tolnnteer I all points of law are panned open
--.at .nna to ha T been r Read. behavior her of lata. W* have not .Uuui ill to lake the from an- I by blia. I
heard of a "cotot.d" function at Uw I other and endeator) to' hit one near William Kpmrer. lbw swim' who kill

). hould I him. Should he fail however he I II I ed BnperinuuUrut iiatfarlane of the
tt D I .. lose and tale the Uoddard undety. was a candidate formayor.
... .. < a point must con-
Alexander has "aub td- I I but In withdrew' from tbe
/.w thai Jim race
ICWWWHtl. .ltam newspaper' b* .....14 oa* "k... I he and.... seqaencc When a plaNer has" lost when tut leanml that Patrick bad the .. ....... . ... .. ...4. . .. . . . .
inane !. a wall for saying a good one point he it called a "fiter, Then I I majority with him. It.. aU that tbe

. ....".....* aid friend Wllk CalL .the...... : he has lot two a "tenner" and when election wan uutdc o.al_ oB.EE BR.O'S:

-a: _a -...... ', be ha lost three "fifteener.." A ,
The old proverb muot wuta. but little | lrct t.. player stand out when .fc% ht* lost I KINDER LOU. GA..
her twtowla evidently bad rputvtta
1 has four .
a certain gang oLPade county polltietaaa I, point Make .
They avem to want the earth.WHh hack A Tbol.wfeal ...see.As .
t- I Court TIM Obedient a.,. eminent divine, discussing tbe labor

Jane P. Tallafrrro la the Senate the.. James B. wu out tailing a boat question with a friend, had an Interested Kinder Lou : )-

tad Frank Clark I. the House Florida cateI with a pLaymate a good deal largerthan listener In tits little boy. During Crates.
wM he repnacated by two of the BM** 'i be was. a pane la the conversation the
State haa rrrr honored with I I IIt I
fckM ttn.m..xkalted aces tile positions of trust I+I Toliver"I The boat had tailed a good way child Mid earnestly: Chase & Harney. Miami
the and the "I suppose, father that even God baa
I 'h..... in pond big boy
,, to have workmen to help him to do all Sell =5=xIKJ.rLtaer3L.on
Hm Barr evidently em where thereM ". : :!i : "Go in, Jim, and get her. It
for ".rmrt- In Con- th it be has to uc. Are tbe antrla Gods
a great charm and .. over your ankles and 1're been :
gnmm than ta being city attorney ..f Jwkaowrllle. .....rv. after her time." workmen r Oratesall
1 If the people do their duty Mar to him D every i The minister. smiling at tINt child's
he .UI cwt either ......,. ... "I daren't," Mid Jim. "Ill carry serious Ink-real In the treat question of over Dade County. .

ti 0 -J",.>pf.' ... all the way home for yon, but I the day. laid his band kindly on his .... .. .... .. .* .a t MM** .+.. . .. > t *, a. .Ti .

U record eland fur anything and Ihreavple MM" .,..... go in there. Mother told me I son's bead and said. "I think they ale
cart their ole accordingly there He dare to. ay son. -
are aevnral oOloe holders la Pixie count) end "Your mother! Why I thought "Father." sold the boy "do you suppose I. :: :

a vbn will b* tSMored with the ranunrnt- ',',wiri,"..- was dead," said the big boy. that the augvla ever strike T*-New . <. . . >* **.. . . . ._

tile position of presainc brlrk May W ,.n ...... That was before the died. Eddie | Tort Times. I

U The United Staten of OoloclrHl "..n.5haa <..Vrrn... .. 1 used to come here and tail | Epicurean Restaurant f.\o-
*': named a mountain In th. State of ",'" boats, and the nerrr let ut come

,: Washington. of Rooker"Mt Waahinirtan.Itsunket" In honor No dituntsvrd rrleenUr. into who enema.hl... we had firings enough to she f I J05.12th St. .
in with. I ain't afraid '
e Teddy had. a hand In conferring this -... ," you
nn'l let! ,, I'm not, only the didn't want I Continuous Service from 6 o'clock *m. until 10 i
v p.
-- th.il ) to, and I can't do IL"Waan't par \ottaQ . . . .
Wa Jennings Bryan. In bID ChlrinMch ...rnt:' that a beautiful spirit that I . e. ..Ttt ......, r . . .
There I
hut Saturday night declared greeo little Jim obedient to hit .
.. ant a lit man to cad --
Judge Parker .
tmi < West Bae
after the dead ? palm Fla. --- -
: th. D nneraXlc aejty DUpite this fact ....M... even was
he called TaU.,.. IL.1. I'VCK
not '
Mr Bryan win probably Situated on Lake Front adjolnlnt B.
Bad Pain.
t pun to BUM tile awn who ... H* mlchtmMake voters I
mobs a and can the name of it Plan ta I" In a .certain kindergarten school City Park. A cool, comfortable plat- I pee 9 Bailey

tt tleya the teacher of a small class trains i to stop at. with good table serf .
II"....... .. .
:- .. jority win youngsters in self control br, di- Sample room, for traveling men.' I ll flH.rierYACHTS.
.: .TOR aELI"1l11f aIOTlVFIlIt J"..... method One method totand I LAUNCHES SAIL & ROWBOATS. :
.. Ihe Record to say that ; u
easy blr: br Mrs. Ida B. t1.
..... the children in ,.. Peprietress. I I c"crhauhnand '
I ta. men who hiw .ht the milt against and a row and t Kej innir. Marine Railway. ;

t..? .the county eotnmlaehwera wrrr act anted. same voter endeavor to make them laugh. .. ;01'' AYCXUE U MIAMI. KLAww '
.t *7 no ether ntlTM than those of i,,trtetteat hlre h one who can longest restrain I .
and for the purpose of protect moini /
... a good mark. One day ,
get i
J ram the la.-pa)er. of the county, but tne :I I:
they win never make anybody believe It Patsy O'Connor, the youngest ; I

R HauXm Burr, the .leadIng onr. knew to A..\<.K\ !: usually the merriest member,1 j . ...- . -- . . .;

f.B well that he ..... the political nrvmtWm -hed every one by keeping ;
whlolr he held to the YoI. of the .
t pesple .... ibuI, alwa). tee fnoded and I ITb. throughout, the test, a face I 6le al ;
k- beadwlnked II y the denw ncne'11 cry thnt"the '\' awful in its sternness. At } Carlos

"people. are being robbed." and ta orf the teacher.eid: |

dec to keep hin*<*lf In tend furor with .... "Well, Patsy, you have improved. Form rly 6 i' palm Jiot 1.
,'. till ctaaa b* old aotnethlnc I* set him- : ,, the very youngest, hate not
>etf talked ....... Corner '
heard once.Whereupon. I j Avenue B and lllh Street- I I'i
k anane *f the other parties to the mill i I .
tot-Bitted that they did not know what the Patsy groaned: I 1 Gus. A. Muller. Proprietor
fe; they were doing whew they signed theatdavlt burns $ '1 "I guess ma'am, if you all had

it maklre allegations against the pain in the pit of yer stomach
?_ e.aml..lotewa The Record only iMnicle* out one of ti "duly'ra. :: I ., I hare" yer wouldn't feel much I SpecialSale I | Open all the year f ;

turn, the Hoe R. lludenn and .......* Mmy ,uafar larfin. __ I,
i *> a* B high and *hinl.g example. of an dw Ratt. $2.:'/) per day a ud op. Special per week and to CornI I
,i TIle Scholastic MMMM.aM .
that .a aemL aoM* and troe. A* a mats mercialmereLarge;.: Sample Ram.I &. ;

/ ..T fart he Im the greatest polIticalaccident iI i P. O. 'Ito; CoIN'!. MIAMI FLA. t .
j. ., the age: the rrratloa of a ;
pal metal rara......... a repetlllo of which I OF j . . .-.-.-. . i t > a i $ 9
will never. scour ajtain.Bvrrykody I

tht-nralr ta Ibis who county knows know the history t..i the.of Men! Summer :

f. a....|,.lt...wise were about nine-tenth .f 'I I 1 Hotel) Biscayne I

tile. .taa the pemra.prreent were board and of county are .atlenedMh reea_ Ii I ClothingAT -
almloera and the way they have and i J .
t salt. expand '.. fttnda. It.* sly a few ; thlw l..t -t.M. \iu. Xoremlr ut. S' GRAHAM, Proprietor 1 It'.wMrr
.l BT wUed politicians wh kirk and ft la ;
ft boas they want fnre. for themaelvea i -
aa...w01v. ,rlend.. J i Cohen's. !.Axmoc .lid Twelfth, Street J JILqll

"' .... N. C. morkton. rnndklate for will tile.mew...y MM wit*uti>erhetaatteal et ef eatr hot I \ FLORIDAS.tmetlntea 1
....... _.
IHtMe4 Male .tor. ban and but But when pass gave a yawn
**Bo gives bin by th* voter. and this. Mr. 11"t" I n .
I .a. .... h* was elected a member of .... v ewMa -- -- i
a politician' boom
the Sato t 1ata4Hr*., running'apse hi- Mcbotoa I er.v NOTICE
depeaeVM eaJxtMal against the regular la this State la nipped by a front as ",
I lallMS *f the DevMcratie party In Out A Bright Scotch Latkli. !late la the seamn .. May .*ll persons are hereby notified that -,*r;
| val eewaty. which" took place to to* And A Scotch minister in one of hip
'" then h*> was eterted. wily beoaue the ReE visits met a cowboy anti I will not be responsible for any debts z '

...-.- had ln UmOooa from tennis TaJii- able
him what o'clock it "'all.About erro a effort In behalf j.; ootrarted by my son. Chart CHaao
> af tile Republican nun 1
BJtJuC Oalnaian
It air" the '. the entire State will not be
replv forsou-i
f :| e r** IC** B>ltk *. and hum Jo. KaMp a minor, and this notice ta to "
warm all
.. *.*. ass* new pwhHcaa 1i.1tAt .remarked the minister, "I I for toms tints.to come A* h* to note
.. Stabs OMrM ,-. t* veto for it was mor" "If serer poaitkm to do the moot rood. It .. merrhanta and other axalnat aa4-

NIl ".t's* ........ thai when
oalp i tlmiajliir they .
Jut begin at 1 agaia. with Ills aerrleM. :
_. .mm M.y-r. lh.-Dwn.eno. Adrscat .. .. 1 1 t iq 0Ju. 1"1.
I 1.7 l
\ trI.W i

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': $ Down $1 Per WeekWill as I

Furnish a Home Complte Here.Ve .

furnish the home complete for a dollar off so a week, put into it everything---everything your

comfort and happiness require, and on the easiest, most comfortable terms in the world. Comein

,. anyway, and let's talk it over. Your credit is good.



New Spring Carpets. w New Spring Art

Mailings and Squares Shades i

Rugs.a and Dral) rin. -





.,. )

, (Sucetutn to EMm WrJkoo.) .

Funeral Director and Embalmer. e

rr taco AVB.tB D. Sale of Seasonable'

; .....,. Attention to TelearaphTor Telephone CaH..
413 12th Street. Phone 25
. Goods
t at Greatly Reduced Prices. ft

.. l >, :
. -, --- -
C. ,........... Jr. a popular traveling to St. Mary Oa. and which went to ae Belts Belts! Ladles black mohair skirts aid ';

. I _a of fatatka. la In toe city today ea Tuesday returned Jo port but Blent See the newest fad la ladles crush round length seven gored lap ssas... .

j his trade. on account of bad weather .b* having BUSINESS LOCALS. belts, white tan, black and mode inverted plait; the regular ".10 v< < tl,
jI von M far aa Palm Beach. She will re- '
I V. Austin of Jackaonvllle. bas re main here until tho weather has eettled Skirt SUrts! Special ... ....scaa, 4
i .
and la again with the tomato before beginning the trip again.fjrdeWtAJr WANTED. cook at Arcade Hotelat Ladle .
,11.... and ahlpperm. seven gored Stdliaa cloUt L.dies S. s.... }>"
once. 11$ skirts, la white an 3
; man tailored
perfect A "
large assortment of silk swMs *
I.. Kirk lIun..... was up from Coroa- HOTEL ARRIVALS. i, nttlnc. with scan flare; special.MM. many style aDd colon: all lundscnas *'

Grow today and was aa appreciated ft FOR MEMBER!: SCHOOL BOARD. Price... .... .... .... .... .... ly trimmed and tailored -
Arrive J.r at the Metropolis omen ** ** ihiCtiKlil\ilV _. j
BAT VIEW- I hereby announce myself as a candidate c..m. 4
8 lama, candidate for Senator' .. \,"D>. C. Burt. Pltuburg: J. 0. -.
Moss the city again today. He ta me.tine WaUlngford. Conn.; J. II. "...._ HaVana for re-election to the office of Ladies C B. Corset No. 202
made at
.. aped assurances of ble sujEew : w.... Clark. Daytona: R. M. Smith member of Board of Public Instructionof
I over the district city; Alfred A..bl_ Krjr Weal Dade county subject to the Democratic V beat quality Batiste: this corset give

-. the correct, erect fora.
K primary May 10. 1904.d .

... Emma B. Mallet who .. welt PIONEER W. M. Bardlae. Special price... ;... .... ......;L'S
W. L Danaldwn. Hallendale: R. A.
.. here where she owna a wlnfr
... and other property, hi now a: her Borsch Sweden.JAN No. 147 Warners rest-proof corset
W ANTED.-A cook at Arcade Hotelat
Wul manent country home at Wayne P*. I1 la corset that give the utmost satisfaction .
and once. : sis
P. Haroett. Jacksonville; ; C. r. AMUR. both for correct shape and.

JIIaba ", Dillon and Chief Engineer Ron Jackcoavillo.FUN wear
the noamer Martinique, and Captain FOR RENT CHEAP.-Dinlnc and .
,..... with nermil frletMU are down kitchen la Arcade Hotel 211 Special .ii.o)'iFknarr
Cape Florida today flahlng for atone

Ii._..&..* Hnmor .i *......*.. ''L'r r .
_"I.. .. Baler: navy. 1 I
Prospective recruits for tkt United' Tenders are requested for the deliver ii

nand I Jltil! States navy are furnUbed' with a circular on the beach at Cape Florid In vicinIty i 1j SY1AI .''

deputy '' NEWS ON THE BAY. Jc J mrntioolnc the different tradfttd81t"f'd of Old Town South Point and j I .. :

peritioa In the navy and the pay for wharf of twelve hundred tons native I II I-ii H it litl. 4

be wUI i e R. eij.\K c p c e (* competent workmen at these catlinga.says rock In I ;
.. pieces not under fifty pounds One hundred wart:, all sizes, an s
r the Buffalo EooIDl,.,. Quite frequently
ivtoh schooner Llllle which arrived ,- Work to begin not later than May 1st i the latest. rtylea In lawn madras and
'I morning from Key West, went the recruiting oQce receives
a.ae be and completed by August lit 1904. BatlFte only few of each style: :
..... In the river opposite the amino letters from young men who wlsb 10ell11a& i ; a I.
I around and la still stuck hard awl pursue work that Is not Rejection of any and all bids reservedby mortU $i:i') nod $3.00. We offer to

lags A are 'j' fut. though the launches Luclle mentioned In the catalogue. A few R. M. )fume.Z03 close .. each

..... I' Hrepua hare made several attempt I days ago" several humorous note werereceived. Cocoanut Grove Fla I Ladies Japanese silk shirt wa! tslaok :
float her. One who stated
b* man young man.
Mew Ia i' LJllte. l to one of the bonniest draft I his height to be Eve feet wIshed' to ) FOR REVT CHEAP.-Dln/ng: and and front tucked and trimmed
... that ever entered this pat with !are; Bishop sleeves; a waist that
ta the eoJM "cavalier. Whether he
as I
IwII,.. tt '' came for the purpose of taking on a i Intended to join the horse marines kltrhen In Arcade HoteL 219 will wash. Special.$2.44 .: .
of plllni at the railroad dock which
doam wbo became famous from being connected Ladles shirt w gist; same aa cut.. '1-
to be used In building a new dork
owners I I the Inland with Captain Jinks be did not B< r*"rf rim ., critical. Is n i s.tt trimmed with lace: back tacked: new
city.e 'I that he ha good taxte.FURNISHED .
..,. Another letter was received In
sleeve, with tucked cuff. -
Ellin went down to Key largo which the applicant explained that he .
new .. I morning In hIs yawl yacht 'where be w.a. competent undertaker, and still HOUS .. UGLAS i iI
.... In tram road at the E. B. .
putting .P. building a another wished t. be employed as a on Tenth street, for rent Apply at
tile cst'J. .' '.'' plantation of Mr. Ocodrre,. Mr. candy maker. this oftVe. I ,
..,. who baa been In the city on
ht the These applications are always preserved 31O, and 312. Twelfth Street. "
lne a. and a carpenter accompanied --- I
-f'"BAJUt and the collection' which can

< . be found In any recruiting office would Miami Conservatory till. Music. If you want Ice creua c.ar1.: e..o *
tighter .. make Interesting reading for any one Franklin Coleman Bush director. 22STwelfth + I The -tuartao Ca.II" la tile wwrkaMa. 3
roota far schooner Ron ins arrived In port street and pore buy It of th Biaca>Me Ui., Mend; US M Too Racket Store.
morning from the keys wltll'IrO wbo can appreciate unconscious IIa_. egoSALE.
this .... Company. They OM Teases n creuu 1
-tlt pineapple. & etc. I I
a j I Yew a King We* Nome Guard .I FOR .-A photographing out HI 142 The .shoes that last and are nttefaa.tonr. ;

arhooner yacht Decoy which was A brotber-ia-law of the Duke of Roxburgbe. consisting of camera, tent dark room, The -Suarlee C ir' for work met. J
FJLL' during the __. and which haa Captain Charles Vllllers of the etc- writable for viewing and portraitwork. VOTING CONTEST.!: at The Racket. Store. -';
.. ... a crate to the gulf coast, re Hone succumbed tothe almnet aa good aa arm. Will cell ---
seal teas ... ........ Royal guards Lea- order
SMT was. to port yesterday and la "" inline passion and Is to contest a 'r..h..p."all on or addree* No. 2S: Eleventh Every: subscriber to the Dally Hey News your for TlBMe-Ualoa at.mitt's '
the none Street zt Depot. e) cents per month .
nave dock.e e .1 seat la parliament at the next general I I tropolls can aid some deserting young llJe for three _tll.. .
and election. He Is a nephew of the wealthy' man and woman la securing a business Yearly aubnrriptlona tall..t U's
arhooner ilL Vernon nailed '"
.. 1
cams I'ftln. for Key Weal with a mlarell--. Lord Amherst of Hackney and the son LIVELY? CONTEST. It,education by nslng the ballots to which New' Depot for any maruiBe er
,. of a ricrgyniaa who was by no means I pupae at pubttehenprlrea.. 10
rarro One vote with every ten cents paid they are entitled' oa payment of subacrlptlone. -
well of says a London cable dispatchto
>!*- nre an unnmial large num"r
Rolaa 4 for subscription to the Dally Read our offer oa sixth
..a nrhonnen now In port. the m '- the New Tort American When tile a&
wtertahi lis which be used Kf'tropo-j I Splendid Square piano. in '
ran I (age.I repair :
Brit VUllers
JTWh "' of them being engaged In hrtnali Y king met young at a : *
vard. from the keys try home be was struck by his stalwart onto worthy young person' war ', I II for sale, very clMPKra.. EX 1 j jBerk.

-ae ""'* e e appearance and said to 1I1ta.-TOIl through a correspondence course In I!,I CARE!: OF HOUSE!: WANTED.-As) I III" ,
who lea.. > Meatier Miami ailed this mnrnti-t are JUlllllolo tbe army of corner book-keeplnc or-stenocraphy. For fan one desiring to have their fnralabed .

ft'* the Key Wet and Havana with a ...._ No.. alt said young VUllers.My pert'culars read the half-pace an-1::, i| OFFICES FOR RENT-Bind. oc eaj >
home cared for the _.. tot
b* .f and a heavy frei.'+l. daring .
father Is a clergyman, and be cast afford nonncemest la to-day's j suite; see McAllister-Beck real estate .
frhnan. pKiOwho 01 01 III fll R1 1LRut" paper. the use of a portion of the same. may .
ticmlar e I 1220 1-2 Twelfth Street. Miami. Pta .
communicate with "0an ...
your node can. answered the : of
member i t tBr3r ta now oxM that the trainer } *-. FREE!: SCHOLARSHIP.There i
tf king. -I shall speak to him abort IL
f ... tropolis. I
which I* to undergo eater e Sleeping Rooms te
The king not only spoke about It, but i I air .
neil mnnth. will be take to t w- .Twelfth-Street "
... saw to It that young Tills should i ReaideaeeL Skower bat*.
N. Instead of Havana a* rt are many yonnc people laMiami
I = This report tnot aMhe th% serve .. his majesty's favorite cavalryregiment. NURSERY STOCK FOR 8ALB. I|etc. For rat at summer ratea. x.... cIr .
and Dade county Interested la
the chance In plan I* likely ohie C. Beck. !II' .

the P *, O. 8teawhlp Compan ...- learning book-keeptnc and steuet'a- I.M roach lemon treea disaster i j :,
W. U that the wot ran he expe ted: .._.ta.... J..T. laaty en Art. "
phy. and the Metropolis proposes B' about Inch ft-e ..
one ; roots sacrificedat Headquarters
tows ... at the former mentioned P.... It Representative Joba F. Lacey ef ; fancy gnxnrtea. tails
estimated that the work will t.' a Iowa author of the none bird law and make It prlM for two of them to '' six
..... ( .tll nr more When complete the the scholar of tbe boose wu erirJdainc !'! have a chance without the cost of most be cleared early In May. Can be i i I r .
ka MIamI ; ....... Tampa and Havana rlit Cey one ef the hideous portraits of ancient j{: single dollar.! For tall details of ke I soon at the Ransom grove Orange 81-. .. cream on aale at '

... during, the summer month speakers that bane la the boose lobby !I! plans see the sixth pace of this popes t Glade, or aidreaq i i iTnos. I One Compaay. .M2j : .

Alfred 55C5 says the Washington correspondent ef W. Mather. Magr. {I I ,.,
the city I I ',
the New Tort World. tI to..1
Mexmer Mlnml Which wlte4 Ala I Tour daily ..bl.et all aS
"" .. %II Box S44. CHy. ; kinds _
"It. not good art, be said.nab. .
"t'P. n.: for Key West and flMraiu try Mr. and Mrs K. Rackhaber. Jr. of I traits and .
f vegebaWeaty racillUee- .
Larry. broke la Colonel PeteHepb.rt ; I a* .
nut the heartrat freight of the ea- Brooklyn N. T, who visited here re1cently. .
c... ta tin eocwtetlna of general merrhandlve "what do you know about surpassed for handling tar' lee* .
have warned' from a trip to We use Tennessee ream la all sal '
a large auantlty of pineapple crate art? Ton are no painter. Bow canyon Prompt personal m ta'kn :

t. K. tPf'IaL There still remain on the.dnrk ten shad plctaret You never Key West "Havana, and are enrouU; lee cream and also have the plain sized! .....81..... 'Reterenpd I be"!rUt 1..,....e

.f.Ha tllnt.*.... rvckace that he was painted me." I home. They are among the fort.nate'few National Bank'Ilehmoad.Sa. ?... .. .
ta handle this e e trip.e "No.- Lacey replied' never laid aa who remained In the Sooth and Hotels and famines ran buy ....... JA8. 'w. HOUUNOSWORTHv "
....- etthervbot tarn tD a bed ... escaped *
en ,* the cold wave oTthe last few Tennessee cream: at Blaeayne Drug ftoJ.... Cbmmbwrfon
steamer HIMamrd which ana been MerehaotM7
t. ta St. last the ..... ,
.x.O. Est.t aeveral days enraute from Tampa days la the North and West i Compaay.) 14} Richmond Va



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.. brocades and damasks, whether .
costly ooooooooocoocooooooooooooooooooocjcooooooocooooooooog:
| or of mediufa grade,and again re-1 j jI I
Only ai matter of chastening discipline peated in lace embroideries, wallpapers ': iti WI
Bush & Safford Piano'Co \
1 .c. can the three or four hours'dinner | ) and the more beautiful cre1 -' ,,
:1 find apology or defense. Its 1 tonnes, the detail u toward theexquisitely .{corporate..! .loonoiia <<

". every other axpccT is tbat of a gastronomic I conventional .Sol. :Xtpr: **>*=-_t U v_
i- mistake. Profusion has tii nand and basket and low r' knot
designs hich characterized French' St*lxvrrvy Sc ='c--:_'.. 2T. cr Yerk.tznencn x Clubbing Rates. [
'. Iqng stood in the mind. of the un I decoration of every class for bun- I t j : :Xtazxs Co.. Beaton. I
... knowing or inexperienced for bos-
I deed or more yean preceding Xa-1 .Other High irjde Piano! and Piano Player
j I 11011'Oil. At the name time there is J'P
realits j to be seen in draperies of high trsI -' Pianos from $lZj up.| Cash or racy laa 'ments. Tun : I
r. | tare and on embroidered net cur-, ning and Repar: ing. A frw" bargains in slightly :
.. palate on in artful sequence to a satisfying -j I wins a revival of Venetian and used pianos. Open evenings. I The people of Dade County will want all the news
climax, bat to weariness un Florentine ornament. j : this year as it is to be an interesting one because
speakable.It ---- I joocooooeooocoooooooooocooooooooeooThe of the elections .
: must be quite three years since Tabte Claw. .
; the Prince of Wales, sow King Edward Simple white glass in graceful I I f fc
YIL, intimated. with much sbapti u at all time mOlt satufac- CentrallvLocatc National State
definiteness, that if;, any dinner tort' for table aa e. From time to < and County
: which he honored bitted longer than time; one may be attracted by iri- .
f. one boor royal displeasure would .be descent novelties and delicately tinted -- = '--:0: -=-=-_ __ _____. _
i" incurred a '"hinthith, of course, shapes but one ia sure to I
'. carried the weight of a parliamentary again to the clear crystal tarn I'. E A. FOKELL PROPRIETOR The MetropolisHas

statute. ,,., who have inherited the old heavy .Pioneer
American society raised its eyebrows cat glass from colonial grandoioth- perfected .
s and "considered' the matter,"j jibut era are fortunate indeed but for arrangements whereby it can offer 'f-
in a manner so leisurely that those mho have not a very desirable RATES$ "' TO H.",, I'ER bee' such attractive rates for various newspapers
: only the past season did it arrive at j| imitation of it it ia procurable at that there should be no excuse for people remaining -
"'tini definite of the Corner Anue II aims| nib fotr"+ in
conclusion that dinners:]1 many best glass and china Hotel ignorance as to the happenings of
f' to be really comme il taut or pleas-: shop Then there is the "feather" MIAMI, FLA. the year.
"f arable most be short the extreme ,, glut, one of the most beautiful of
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'limit not to exceed an hour and a the uncolored gUss.! The shapes are -==- ..
ball This ia mending matters blown mith thoughtful carelessness -
: lunch as much probably as "con *. that there is a flight and delight ,!, 1 RATE.
ventional art" in dining will ever f f al irregularity in form and edge I \W.
S- attain. For after all it ia but the which. combined with the suggested i ifeather" L4) BAH I
[ few,not the many, who have learned j in the body .f the glass. I I The

i. or are capable learning dining as cue* a most artistic resuIL-X cr .*.&emat .e't aced Builds Daily Metropolis
an art, a palate being the inherit- York Tribune. .1( and One Year
t I nom hav* in mj employ one of ta* | _
.- nee of oaa.-Good lions.keeping. .-j _
? .ceaera GteanlM HIHwHtII ........ N>ct dm turnan tn the South. sad am jf Daily 'J :imes-Union $10.00r
A housekeeper who has experienced better Io".s thaa eve for ornlan-
New Window Draper!**. considerable difficulty in keep log plar ..rrt detail for good bofldIng -
The question of window aDd archvsy ing a hardwood floor in good eondiI *, An. i'aUnrt vork. etc. Semi-Weekly Times-Union 550.
draperies is a particuUrljr live tine believes that she has solved the I am ._ k one to the present day hounebolder.Vf problem by a method which is claim- cork, scroll Mwlna; and an work n- Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
are entering upon what an Eng- I ed to be moth superior to that of tally don In a lint class plaalnc mill Union _
lish writer terms "a renaissance of;i rubbing with oil as it leave no din t Send mme yoai cedes' tur I'oor! a and Jj.oo
intermr decorat'on,** and the flood I| agreeable sticky feeling. The floor vlndow fraao. IrtUnxterm. bnek.ta i With Atlanta Journal twice a week '2.25

tide of French and Italian design : is first swept with a soft brink, then ate. aDd !l'nrmrrd.. With Weekly 'Palm Beach News
that narks all new fabric quite sustains i carefully wiped with. slightly damp 0 |2.oo
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his conclusion say Ha r'. I cloth. Afterward the entire surface \.1 1 pp --- -===-__
;3lazar. There is no phase of this j judy. i''II gone over with a mixture consisting ----- --- Old
A CE1AT 8EXSATT05: Tra'ns of tonuttur arc coin to the subscribers must all back dues
in which the impulse of indention of half a cup of the best furniture pay before they
is felt more strongly than I polish dissolved in quart ofmoderately There was a. big sensation ,is l.+wvnler !northern markets dally from tbe lower -I le can take advantage, of these offers and cash
when W. H. Brown of thatpJaee
in that which deal with new draperies hot water. When dry tad. Idto. had Indian river and Biscayne Bar + in advance must accompany all orders for
and their>counterfeits, wall the boards are said to acquire fin* who was expected to these combinations.
his life saved by Dr. Rings New Discover I country sod the growers are rMtptnrhaadconie
papefa.. The richest of today's nov i polish as the result of this process.liver .
elties in furniture coverings and ', '?' for ConsvinpUon. H* write: i pro ta. Many of oar former:
draperies: are all in combinations. and c."... eo.......... "I endured Insufferable sgoete. from Volusia county men arc down there}a ADDRESS
'. that imitate the subdued tone ..C'' The combination ..f silver and Asthma. feat your New DUrovrrr gene (|enjoyto the tide of pro-parity. There
the last sixteenth and seventeenth burnt-bed copper now ." fashionableis I me. Immediate relief and tone thereafter would have .,... no country down
'. ftnt1ll ft. Moire damask ia palesttan artistically introduced in a tall effected a complete er*." Similar 'there, no great trucking Industry no- Miami I
or the green of tb*Inigaonette, dim vase of green glass the flaring ram of conramptKm.. pwnmonii, treat prosperity had It not been forHenry i Metropolis.
t over which are impressionistic cream month and bottom of which are.of bmochltla sad grip ar* oameroa iL Flagler.-Volu la CountyIteenrd. .1
. ,.r pink flowers'and design in led the copper, the stem of dull! silver. It'. the peerlraa remedy tor all throat jKtVlCMinf
r and scroll' that unite the pale shade The silver U in the shape of lilies, and lung tronblea. Price Me and 11.1 0.Omaraat '
.j of green' blue rose ana brownish I:between whore long stems the green j ..4 by all dnnlsU. Trial If yon achieve: ancce**, you must VTTTJMF1&I

tans, ia cocapis iious. In all the new glass it seen. 1IoCUe 11M. I I I bilk runb-taol tier toekv. .J_!!_ _
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Nw ta l... wind rippled ..a1 De tale
of dUmiiwnnc tulipBlaae..w.y I Trade Mark: I j jf
don't yes kacw, sad sauna-
REAL ESTATE th dnmr to lIa. ,
Till In hl Joy b. exclaim aa load aa UMabrtck
ot Uw hanhal: f "WADDELL'S -
"O( out your' moth kalia at oao sad
Office op stairs Cor. A...C and It tb St. pack them away ta year ilia...... Guarantee it a s .

wttfir pack tote the part ,". .... tkaffoloab '
Miami. Dade Co.. Florida.POWERS' tad the _...; Written Contract" s'
and abed lbs I
4 Fat the prime aaiwa a away
r : p-ctacular "poroua.'
For the old spring .. en d ci with emii You are ... iM
drop agleam la her rtnfftota.Aad or
MEAT MARKET. the sharp pillra's aa tap. and. UkaWM He i* iot. I
UM bock and tka "'"

I This to the wtaa _.'. Munich t. apeo He putt you oa top

Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. I Tm ta the hi."" "vtaloa 0.. Optic b* aaa tha thugu that bottom by telling you ft the

Sausage Hams Poultry, etc. brctncrr the poet.
Wbc with his harpist of his gt.ar.utek-
.. 2..o .U-E>i." I* MI4ML FLORIDA. I Ir th.ahekela of sllrerEn c- rr., four wants U fom eW ,
the Ten "."" ."'* .'entarked watt tin* *wp ornot froftrty.
rorvd>... arMloa. sad eouet.R. H..& *at *oan rtttt brat
Watch this space I- K. Munklttrtck ta Philadelphia ./(bai ravtfrjr.CsJWrr. .


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for change of fa A. WADDED '

:, Fancy Groceries FRUITS. Real Pilate latformaittett -.-. a *
Q tMslb.4ia.eay.

Florida East CoastSchedules. Railway Hay, (Grain;Feed and Fertiliiers.rRCSM VEGETABLE* Officr First NiL BaTWO =:

Yachting Trade a specialty. -

: E. L: Brady & Co. elders U,,"'*Mtiater IS Yoai MTTM-want for< th THAU to* MarBorou save ous mo..7 _e'

lad w* know bow to '.
help yoa. We
G-R.OOEB.B. Iz It w
you pay a little Wore the
Phone g4. be prte.f one paper s..l rH th*two
o .e. Tb price of .IB*
Cor.A.Tre.. :3D and. Twelf't1z' r-f. St: Clmr-Union and Churn areoeoUf Daily .. ;
I Pra.tiftor .
I Mtas MqI tUtft know reduced to tits follow lOf prioa

Dtftf w. a womarn tater.Ur. Hire month.... ....... .... | IM
SlaUUsr-HeU. what takes TOO sir d

Are You Going to Build ? think be tat OB*month..s year................ ..... d M M .'.",11
Ulaa BHqva-Wk. tare k* la tr1of W* propose to send yon both th*
to penoaiU 8apl 7 to nt ...nioILIt. IMily and Sunday Timea-Uai sad
If so, or it you need building material of an) Louis FeatDlapateb.tk <:Iii*, and the Mmorou furl r..

kind should not fail to r its _tile.. .............. .... ,* M
you see One ......
; ....,... a- year d
A nttto (_,.r-ot
... MBt pafltracaa at _m-Oat tw InM-fakM II and Citfaea and th* __.
war not to expect to be helped list and
J. A. McDonald & Co. paRkvlaitr that ladle war alwaj 4x month for' ............. .. I I M .
; served brfor ratlemem. Boeai after. trneyear. .... ............... SMTha _

i whoa it war all'MB* digested tm his fur Si oral more use law ..
Bttla mind. lie Mid U his motbrr. wbawaa .rice of. th*dally,yoajiret r 'lIP. pa..... _
Dealers In L..*cr. Latha.Sfclar.1**,Jf*.IeII.....CasI..s,Brick._ madrcaalac bin at flight: .tad lor Ofty orat more tnaa th*rfilar "I
Cm* t.Piaster. Heir.Etc. nrio*., Urn
| -Mother.TOO art galnc t.cUe .rat" MriBorouayof*.' '-
Tares sad Onto,A....D Bad Nth MreeLWilson's What I. tile world do yaw noels byttatr iUrB lie Seat Weekly Tim..-Uaioa and !1
asked aad the Farm*, ... FT**.
--- ---- his mother Orower. .

"To wU dto before I d- Send your abaeripttoei*to... 1s*a> s
L. l "And what makaa yos think I wfflrWbj. I. a4..DCa always at&Iaeoe prioea.
Novelty yoa know ladies always b*>. Tata MrrBoroua, ;'

tar -lfttJelDear"-N-" Tlnct.Dew 111.... Fit :..
OaxS: 4.r
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ab tka '
U DOW la operation and ready to .. di
"By the waj. Mid tile doctor tarv
rely order log raddenlj from a smart patient
FQP ANYTHING IN bedald to tile chlkT father aad abruptly Cooley & Horner
A.' & Co. WOOD NOVEL ME& changing tile aabject *f eooreraatloa. f"int
: J. >> Window and door screens,, window "do ye* bappe to bar a dry I .
-uaa : tad dor frame*. store fixture, star directory to the boaaar" '' Rul Esutt uJ Rotil! Atntt < '
-No" lire reply twt I have aslaws
is arn.ess'.anc1s0arr1aKe work Inside trimming of all kind r

/ :- Depos1'torv. tJ .... R. S. WILSON .* samf gazetteer porpoae."that might aawrth I f List You Property With Tka. r ...

I wool take tt-I woat take ttr
Quality is remembered long after price is? shrieked the little patleat aoczpected- A lie pieo of bay front property, 1
at D arBctricATio-. ly. -!>. had tarpenttB aid qvlaia with ripanaa "<<11&0, wl itb a few .
and a lot of horrid capatUea. bat yo (.,..". walk of the bosiaes oeator z
forgotten. doot get any Ita..*. (maetteer dow of Miami being SM feet ea bay lad ..
for Best Meats and Choicest Poultry m."-U plncott'a.. 400 feet deep bat lay a lo* of las _
Makes the Bargain. bearing tree o. It. This
Quality ( I*a ftae, .-.
.plaee for a winter..... .
> GO TO > Where Ha Port Dwm."TeU .
4.U5. Z wltt2a 8tr*%. a.Q1amL F1. me wbft People reed sad t wUMl
C. 'H Raulerson & Co's. you what they are." MId the aetf 1 T 328 Trtlft. Street Stuart! BJecl : "
confewil pblloauiibrT.Wrll. MIAMI FLA. "' .
there's my wife." rcjotead the :
lOtli Street and AVe. D. dytp>|>tlc party -ffbt'a forever readIng 11. II" ...
> HEAVY BLACKSMITHING, cookbook sow a bat la ....r ....'
Hor.e-!Mhn.ln" *;, Wacoa C.rriap Work. .Wlt,. a cook: of ronnxV* replied the Wane Eagle Barter Shoo: '
Full Line ofFlorida '
,4 B Haven All Kindi Repairing;. They Carry a pb.'iOovhy; d\1lPf"llll'f'\ ,
Erasing sod Soldering and Western Meats. "Ik::f* where the "IIOkeli rattle la Poor Chairs. Ko WJliig. "!"
All Work Fln'-C.... .
Guaranteed your ":!lftO.... Mid th. ..tIter.Site Best: Serrice is tic City. >'> '

Shop Ooo.? Avenue ID. Thev established the meat business here in April 1896 only tliiut! she U." A. C LBY. Proprietor.

------ The ....." ...... J02 Twelfth Street. .
"Well. I suppose yon and yv wit. ,

aioiii; ere DOW. .-ral"i>iB( ever the Baa of 1
yutir rew heir. Clubbing
-Not OB your Ue. What far yaj

." SEABOARDLine :SANITARY that-WelL ides I thought It was oatuL" @ @ Rates.

PLUMBING and : ",ot wbea tbere'a only one rich !;
: bachelor uncle IB the family.New
-. PLUMBERS' I York Time You can save money by subscribing .I1

Air Railway for the papers.
: 3UPPLIES A atwa>nt erf Be.te.reJHory if....rF.
,. I -Ob. Touiuijr: L.'t .."...._ 1 I you want through
FOR Clirelud vt weds Iff if j tell 700 not to trio: i&K: of :..v.. ,r. I J
serve* became fatbur drs t':.. -. swell :The
All kind of wheel I
for hi" breaifjrt'
.- Savannah. Columbia, Camden, Southern! Pines for sale or ee>fit' TII IIII7-1 dldnt titi.* ,re i n.-'. i

s Raleigh, Richraaad, \ ton, Baltimore, t wanted t* find oat whether tI..- n..a. Metropolis. t
II 3:1 I I ltli Street lI'mt. Fl.
Philadelphia. New York.: till lire that I draw in )i-a i. > !
-Brooklyn Life. We can give the
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Three Elegant Trains Daily. McNeill & Co. Apled.Tb. DaiJyTimesUnionandDaily

Seaboard New York Li Mi ted. I Editor-Yea. we found *. 01K a Metropolis for -

Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail .lag for your ion net.
The I'oPt-Tbat' good. "o.oO a year, or both
Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th
Tb Editor-Yep. Some nodal l>nka for six months
Modern Pullman Equipment. I pane IB our ...('fllm. awl It JUtIt ..1.8s. fog ,.
Street West of Railroad. Francisco Examiner v 15.00.
The ..)MM .lew Tart Uana4 H .* *."I"' L.M awal- p Ian"la.'*4 ........".)*!. %.w y.ria WaeWnctx t.l..Hng; m. tacaetlae U Mp... gentle to (Iride and drive.
I... >..?_keaarUfaU ,.......,..aa.. j<...'"Ie trai.l.kaw..stheSi iboar3 FlarlaaUaiiftOaly I ROBBED THE ORA VB. The

r 111ft line operating daily through sleepers fro (Toed Comfortable Carriages, I ,
: ni A startling iBddtat U Bamtad by

Jackpoovillf lo New Orleun. First class Teams, and Joha Oliver of Philadelphia, aa follow Daily Metropolis.aUM -

*: -I war la aa mwfal eondltloa.My .
Reliable White Drivers. skin waa almost fellow ya Mnka. -

tongue coated pala contluBatly la .Sell Wee
full information and sleeper reservations call on of for {
For any agent --- --- -- ---- -- --- -- -- beck sad aide. BO appetite growlaf
write ..
Seaboard or ............... t..f..'........ weaker day by day. Thra phyicUna Timel'LtUOlJ
bad clT''B m* BP. Tbea I wa adrtoed ,
o. MCDONNELL 1St. i G i. p** in Msc-m-iiMi.
THE i to .*. Electra Bitten; to a>y Joy. th* $5.50 a
"Florida P as t'IID8 Bret bottle Bad a lied... lapror- year
S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Aart.WALTM J44JtrW Record jPub&hlnj meat I eoatlaaed their tu* for OTM Weekly Metropolis and Seal .

Co? t week, aDd aa bow a wall BUB. I Weekly Times-Union both I

Is begis.iat lie p.btic ties d _Ri'." hI_....... I bow they robbed the grave of aaothrTletlaE.
I .__ ._,..... ... .... .fa.ilyavail. one year. S2.OO.
-eI n.... aM R U will lie ""'*, Itt,. .*..iE4iM4 ... .- No ahoald fall to
Scat a..011100 k. kj a warps .< awpMnl ..e aM _. Half tea.pictur. OB try ,
,L GRAHAM JAMES .. J1a1RO': Ja. S L PATTIB' OH .. .sage r'....t.each ir.s. Bier"toed.i.tw.alag t. TIt -" then. Only M. eaata. .,..,....... at -
r...4..t n.-, aa.aM Tft A' ...... abesY I.""y_ Aped'...pies fl X._ :
SPECIAL-Tb.S.c M Cp..y.apct.w Man ibis MblicMiM witk. bees-Id. J .U draggtftaHow The Pompano /
... .. T. 4. Ibis Ik Inn
.t.eriptt.a l1M M ratf tk>ma> tollwia eava..daaryder
4 ..__far a 11.1.... ilB*: FlU 100 blask below ... .4 i* MntrialTlll ........ ,
C. ..,"_ .. KUwkk ai CMU.'ftO'..*y oe will M.vendfarso.yearaob.iMptto.
Dade Qpupty) ,Abstract Ibis s4sfOs..st trill __by.ail warm .water aboat cue oaac of borax
r psrliealar._.... ,. a kniutal 1I'1Iewn..... P mp 1Jo. Forid*.
DtCOBI'OB.ATB _sr writing taMM ... .1.. .f 4..e Jf and mad Into a lather with a good
.......,.......... Florida-wercb l.Iset. -
". tr.-,.. {rrran.Industr.'a soap, a plea of dean flaaaeL Rat>> BO
8EWBLL BUILDIKG MIAMI FLAAtarsi. soap oa lad wet the bottom of the door Accommodation* tor geatlcatem.onlj. .
,fee Gomtua '- .
[ or ( -- Produce
...... ant; thea wash th* top sad th. water win find that* and solicitors .
Jxbsoa.illsFL- I will leave ao streaky marts bealad a* they cajacorer .'
AkeundajsQtiartkaiel Tkf.....' ty....*... here
.east!TlTew.WeaileM A'ketra*....51 alt-he r> <.....sl 0- c- if....SSISSS.............. .......................... old way. potato*tile, than 1iac.from any othe. ,


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f. The Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks, for a report of their .N

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

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

strength and business. I

t Report to the Comptroller Currency (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas Nati na

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

Asslatjs Li bilities.

Loans and Discounts. . . . . $163.955 :::4 Capital Stock . . :.. $100.00000 .- .

Overdrafts. . . . . . . 25018 Surplus . . . . . . 2.00000 I .
.: = U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . 25.00000 .' 1,56972

Premium on the same. '.4375 National Bank notes outstanding . 25,00000

Dade County Bonds. . . . . 5,00000 Deposits| .-262,07093

Banking House. . . .. ; 41.21413 .

U. S. Bonds owned . .$56.625 00

Due from Merchants National .

Bank ot New york. . 19.15988 .

Due from National Bank of

Jacksonville.. . . 18,30946 ,
Due from Mercantile Exchange '
Bank of Jacksonville 7.33613 '

4 ]Due from Trust Companies of _

.. New York . . . .. 7,50020 1
)Due from State Banks and '

4' < Tanker. 10,24908 '- I
Due from U. S. Treasurer.:. 1.25000 i

Cash on hand in vault . 33.26385.153,783 bo 1

$390.640 65 $390.640 65

: DREARY TIBET.Dr. who u over seventy year 010. ltaabeen
A WELSH BABY PROPHET. leader of his nation for our
Sven Oedin in "Central Asia !half a ccatury. ,
i An extraordinary incident,alleged and Tibet" brings small comfort to
to hare occurred about the middleof those who would aspire to wret the Mari. C.r.llb
December last, has caused an immense country from the untutored natives: r j Of her habits of work her \lion- i1F
.' *en ation in licthe>da. On a who hlso long pOM>escd it in I raphets record' that she u: moi-t methodicul. $5OOO.OOj
Friday while a woman was washing gloomy i i-Hilation. lie declare that I Mi i's Corelli sayv: "I .n' i
i her three-JD<.nth.-o1J child so the he would rather cross the dread dp fart every dij from 10 in 1 1lOrJlinr.
+ Hory goes she .was thunderstruck of Gobi a dozen limes than cross I until S in the afternnn alnue cal IunduturUti. II Palm t
; to bear the baby my, "Blw;'dd"D of Tibet on t. There u about it a 1 gen .i.lt scribble ____ A Beach Stock
e s. aadwyfyddyfiwyddyn>i nesaf,mum" sense of utter desolation. At onetime I off'the Crt rough d ,it "f a story 4
vhkh roughly translated, mean lie exclaims: "I can hardly rery rapidly'in pent. ill.'i. I copy Being Closed out at : 1
7J "Next year will be a terrible year, conceive a more dreary country to I it out in JH.-U and u i ii f liter b/ .
1. mother!" In her astonishment and be alone in than northern Tibet. I chapter, with fastidtui. ,IIII'"
terror the mother laid the child The desert could not be worse. One onlv bemuse I like a neat 'I. UI' /NEW YORK COST.
down and ran to a neighbor' house might frt through the days-but 'M'rfpt. but because 1 think!. everything *
and told a woman there of the occurrence. the night! When the cold freeze : that .\is .worth doing at all i i. -- -- -.
The woman at once ran you to the marrow and the dark worth doing welt I find, too that
to the house and, picking the childp mountain ranges shut you in and in the gradual process of copyin,* e 150 -
smoothed and caressed it awhile, tienaieou mith all sorts of imag- by hand the original draft like the
and )Ithen half playfully, half in I nable evils! I was surrounded by I' painter' fnt skeu-h, get improve! i
,. tamest, the said to the child, "Didt. everything I needed-servants, aboilrguard ,and enlarged :Mcns I Nobby and Up-to-date Suits
soy tell your mother that next lea- I of Cossacks night watcheD -
.. Todd be a terrible yearr" To her :], aud watchdogs-and yet when i I Irish Dell Industry.lira. r':i Made of Summer Weight Cheviots Hotne- 1
anWnnded astonishment, the child I the i Miowttorm raged" around my Florence Eaton an Irishwoman spunsl VoolCrash and English Cricket 1
relied Ten," and Cell back dead. yurt and the wolves howled in the happened to discover a substance Cloth. Wilson;
T>* child wa buried on the follow. mountains I often felt a sense o* I I i -not india rubber but something Hros duett and Star make- -
lay PatnHay afternoon in the presence :Jtlcr low-lincsa steal over me." I similar to it_'hicb when _
of large crowd, who discussedthe treated according to a certain process
tory and are spreading it fudal Wild Animal. I l f could be molded into facet capable 250 !
wide.-Lirerpool Pott.Nw : Cw tom house oBicers .rc oft r I 1 of standing an immense
i confronted with a serious proposi- :: amount of rough usage without injury Suits Mens Underwear
t."h.m. I. Tip. I| tiou when it comes to clarifying extraordinary chile in appearance a* natural NOW ON ,
1L Leon Dunfour, a Parisian restaurateur I I good shipped from I and attractive a* the best wax Wool. Balbriggan Lisle and
baa decided to do away tbroa.l. l>r. Lester Cox of Phila-I; face These Irish doll sometimes Fancy Lisle.Sewell's .
With tips by assessing his guests 3 'delphia, who spends much of his have the face of distinguished per- AT __ _
per cent of their bills and dividingthe i time in biological collecting had a I onge Within a few years i in consequence
money thus raised among hit case of rare snails cent to him from dollroaking ha* ficcom an -
waiter -lie ha had little notice j i Italy recently. The cam wa stonedaway i IruU illdlbtr). For Men.
to this effect printed on pretty pink for a long time in the custom : .
paper is three language*-to wit,I I I house: because the officer could not I A IfCdKcrial. lUff.i I
French. English and 'I@J'lDAD-U'!I deU-nuine whit duty to charge on i The great: (city paper think Tailoring -==.J
phoning modestly that this i i. a trial! this unusual cargo. Snail. are not art. smart in having a large' staff .i
snide in order to palliate a* far u posted on the lint of import good, and although we have not published 100MENS
pMtible the irritating question of and it seemed unreasonable to let ours before, we shall do so to take Establishment
gratuities and adding that the percentage them in free of charge. Finally oDe the conceit out of the city brethren
will be handed over in full of the officer lit on a bright idea. The editorial staff uf the __ STRAW HATS. j
Xo the staff and be considered u Be suggested that the mollusks be Time U comprised of Managing
taking the place of th. former gra parsec[ u wild animal, and the doc- editor Ira Cole; city editor. I. Cole: You will find anvthinl you -
tuities. The majority of his guesta tor wan given the case without further news editor, Ra'Cole; editorial 100 -.1
thoroughly approve of it, and so i', difficulty.-Philadelphia Tele- writer. Hon. Mr. Cole; exchange I wish in this sock: except
doe liia staff. lie calculate the crapJI. editor. Cole; pressman the same I t
arera ,c percentage a month at 1,200 Cole; foreman, more of the same shoe::, which we are now HATS.
I Civitlnd end Gmity. __ _
franca, which divided among hit Cole; fighting j editor lira. Cole.- -------- :
tea employee, make 120 franc for The Indians are getting thoroughly Forsyth (Mont.) Tin**. having a sale I If at our
civilized. General! Pleasant
.ach. This mean a rough total of I 2OOMEWS
Porter the last chief of the Creek
1,440 franc a year for each mem- G.rm:w T"rahy.:: shoe store.
sb.v of his prraonneL Indian nation is a sufferer from There i* an interesting conflict in ,i CLOTH .
that highly civilized disease known Germany between black letter characters ;t .. -ter.JOhN. HATS. .
.. m__... -, u gout. "If 1 had stuck to the life and the Boman alphabet. It .
mast Tr mock anybody Bob: of my youth he says,"I should not i* costly to keep two distinct kindsof
%.**- I be sufferer from such trouble.I .
a any
hence the of .
,Tlij ..t. mat"Beca used to lire out of doors, sleep on German type;typography. inferiority The train of ;;;I ;;;I ;;;I._. .::t. ......
.*e If*rrrj..qhl7..Dd mock
I the ground and rat plain food. also contribute '
reading gothic -
fcvablt vie always," get tbemehne Into ***too* Then I ++* healn,. Oh, but this to the myopia print prevalent in Ger-
""''bej get Mtcd.4 Mt tberr gout harts! It just coi-pel you to many. Yet, though roman i it manifestly |( SEWELL! & BRO.m
swear. A religious friend told me
"Why. what vat *.ek a. MM tats gaining ground, a spirit of
r ear Ilfa4r I ought: to pray for relief Maybe so called patriotism, long fosteredby
"'Cn** w. k4 mock turtle for din- ao, but it' easier to swear and seems Bismarck, maintains the archaic 'F ..
..rr Jut ....1. IlL--cia.etaad flag to be more natural" duel Porter forn. FEE: :>EEE: : :>E: :>F:fEEfEEfEEfEEEfEEE: :: : :> : : : : : :: : : : : : :EEEF: : : :
Uator. .
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