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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: May 7, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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HARBOR ISBLOCKED \\1TH01 NCWS CHOPPED WITH\ AXE[: PORTION OF ITEMS i MANCHURIANS- GROWING. : DESPERATE. STOCKTON i.


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i 1 *< !, ) -I'uir Hour And the Railroad Guard has been In 1

St I'.lt-r-lnirs X11'The Run I creased.: !

lu Charlie Jones. Colored is ., Were fornlshed Prior the Gran- THE TOOL
u.-.' lapitat has Been without r"s I Seriously lo New York May T.--A World dispatch -
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final, Port Arthur for the past twentyfour I 1 from St. Petersburg says that I J
i InjuredAt log of Injunction
hours Tbe last telegram wa. there are signs of growing: hostilities \

fled'! at 6 udot-k( last nlpht against the Russians and that the same

( It u believed that the Japanese havcut III very evident among the Inhabitants I

the sire and that the spot Is D..... of Manchuria, since the Russian. land Of flagler- !
And Port Arthur Must Port Adams opposite PiUowo. No re At a Umber Camp by Another Nrgro Bee ., :Aid the PrtvWooal I Restralnind Order Old reverses. Consequently the guards as Long as J

: port; of other Japanese landings In cause He Cheated h 6amL-&eegla i Not Eitead to Fntart Contracts by the along the railroad lines have been Flagler Would Have Him 1

Liao Tung Peninsular bas reached the strengthened considerably. ,

, Soon Be Captured i I general staff. Important development Here For TreatwrsL c..r, C.mJssloBen According to a Mnkdea report the ,

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- are expected hourly from Feng Wan I railroad guard near Tyndsjstou, numbering .

t Cheng. A telegram from General Kn one hundred men waa attacked .:

ropatkin says: "Knrokls" army IS advancing I last Sunday by brigands. Sharp fight- THIS'

, BY THE WILY JAPANESE upon the Russian position li With a deep gash la his head the The MIami Evening Record of Tuesday Ing occurred la which one Russian was STATEMENT PUT .<

t I two divisions. The enemy with artilllery remit of a chop with an au last Saturday contains' aa article with a photogravure killed and five others seriously wound-

i bas reached Kaollmeun. which IS night Charlie Jones colored, of warrant No. W2 la favorof ad. 1,

within ten miles of Feng Wang was brought Into the city this moraine R. E. McDonald A: Co. Intended to

Cheng." from a lumber camp Bear Peter show that the commissioners had violated PRESIDENT INVITED TO HORSE I Squarely .kilo Stocltotfs face at -,,

No News fan Besieged City U place: for medical assistance. the provisional Injunction lathe SHOW.

THE COTTON MARKET.New From what could be learned of the case of Burr vs. the Dwde County I Taapa l ca Tfcars&y Mgltt by Senator ;;

T weaty.f o3r Hours-Wires l Have York May 7.-Futures close affair. Jones, with other negroes employed Commlsatoners et aL Aa a matter of Washington Mar Representative

Bed Get -Reported That Japs barely steady. May. 134e. June 13S2. at the same. place were gamb fact the bills filed la the Clerk's office Rlxey, of Virginia.. Introduced to the TaBaferr. Who Reid a letter

J.ly1360. August 1325. September 112 line la a aback Saturday Bight whet fot the payment of which saId warrant President R. N. Harper, president of from Stockton to Fbqler h Which

Bare Ga toreJ feu Wang ChesgA October 1135. November 112C. December a difficulty arose oTer a bet Aaothei waa drawn show that a part of the the London Hone Show which la to

1122. January 1123. negro, whose name could not be aaccr Items were furnished prior to the be held at Leesburg. V... on the irk He Sought Relation With the

_. chmhsrAre Growing Hos- Spot cotton closed steady: mlddllai tamed claiming to bare been robbed granting of the Injunction and the rmalnder and Mh of "". Mr. Harper extendedto I

I uplands 1380, and mid-gulf 1405. Sales struck Jones la the bead with an axe war aeceaaarlea bought by the President a cordial Invitation to Standard 00 Magnate New

tie to Ruslass Since Their C7S5 bales. a deep and ugly wound being Inflicted the Superintendent of the convict attend lb. show, but. la common with '

land Reverses. IB the back of his cranium. camp for Immediate use and which other similar Invitations, he was obliged 'I, Boob b the c.. .

GROUND TO DEATH. The matter was reported to the alter could DOt be obtained elsewhere.The to decline it.

Iff Monday, but aa the negroes concerned mistake made by the Record ...

Cleveland. May ".-The west-bound la the game would sot tell anything that th< provisional restraining order WILL RECOGNIZE MORALES GOV I I II
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twentieth century limited tram oa the about Il. the man's name or make did not*extend to future contracts of ERNMENT. I The Tampa Tribune of yesterday *

T tIo. Mar Vlce-Admlral Togo Lake Shore Railroad ran down and a charge agtnst him BO arrests were the Board. I given the following account of a meetIng

reports that the entrance of Port Arthur Instantly killed four men. unknown made and nothing done la the matter. The lijuactlon was against paymentby Washington. May Commander between Tallaferro and Stockton

harbor has been completely near Ellis Ohio. The men stepped The negroes It la said, worked al the {treasurer of two certain warrants Dllllngham of the Detroit baa been Instructed there the Bight before:

locked to all vessels except small out of the way of a freight trala and HcCrimmoa'a mill, and It la well laned at the November meetingand by the Nsvy Department to

boats. directly In front of the limited which knows they gamble. Fights are frequent against the Board of County Commissioners recognUe the blockade: of Monte Chris- "The debate between John N. C.

The reports add that the Japanese was running 60 miles per hour. among diem but It la aeldom that only. la the matter of fees tl established by 'the Government ot Stockton and Senator Tallaferro last

have not lost a alngle vessel although' results are aa serious M this. to counsel la appealing the Chapman San Domlnco If be deems It effective. night was a warm proposition from

Ue attack resulted la considerable loss BANKERS TERRIBLE DEED. Since being struck Jones has been I ease to'lhe Supreme Court. This action forecasts the determinationof first to last The notable feature of.

of Ufa. .. i Austin. Texas, May 7.-Hasten Nix- at the ramp and It was not until today I The provlslonsl order left the Board the State pepartmeot to extend full
the clanh
was the new campaign -
i on. a prominent banker at Luting, shot that be was able to be removed. He I free to exercise Its own discretion In recognition to the Government of President .t terial with which Senator Tallaferro mat

ENG WANG CHENG FALLEN. i and killed today Robert F. Malone and l wa brought IB on a wagon and though I the purchasing of county supplies.The Morales which already has been I
confronted his In the e
fr-Seoul May 7.-A dispatch from An- I I Captain John Veasey.' as the result ofI .1| the wound la serious, fatal results an I qajrtloa of the Issuing and payment givens tentative recognition. a letter written opponent by Stockton shapeof to H.

tang says It la rumored there that the I an old fued. There Is much excitement not anticipated. ot. this warrant was not broughtto St n.e-'r ie _-_,- -'.. ..n.t..

Japanese have captured Feng Wang the Attention of the Court for the .
IM tan I im.-a-l nion by the Stork too*
OF DENOMINATION
Chang after a fierce fight and that both TWO SETS OF DELEGATES. L very'good reason 4 that no contempt CHANGE
to Flagbv. This letter Mr.
aldet. Zest hea1'1J.{ ,, GHIGAGOUKGU&CAUSE ....eswr r!f.enN btws' 4wu'tttrtltued' ,, _... .. Talialerro .
... _,. } Jf! """ > J 1- Indiana Democrats Over cued to support his charge;, made tart
Split Hearst In that i o order of the CV rt had been
OFF PORT ARTHUR. and Parker. ISINEXPEDIENT. u.gbt. that Sio. l.1ou wan I responsiblefor _
4 olatl'd. DAME
Port Arthur, May ,.-SU of the ene INSURANCE I the entry at Kla.;U-r mm Florida
I The So. ,0' ri .. it a '-miarilop -I_
mies' cruisers are continually la sight.i F/ansvlIle. la&. Xfay ':'.-The I > all! s rollsr:; co-tracts and ro
off Port Arthur. I crate In mass convection! here Ui.n afternoon ; had .....Cbt relations with the ma- ti
RATES further pixx'v-ere fur iiheo l<> the:: :
TO RISE. selected. two sets of deleEa'n- .. I 'iste The Senator's LO-'si. OB the
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cMin.tyr fr j in h'"5 th om'1Ila- .
THE RCXOR CONFIRMED. to the State conreetlon.! One I'roW" ktur '".ri 'crushers"uf a most anaonserat.i -
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'sion': :" I'll te 1 1I
St. Petersburg. May ..-The rumor Instructed for Ih-arst and the other I -- : I- car .I... ma aro.>' l the
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I* confirmed that the Russians have for ParLrr.. TJ e ferllag at Ute contention I .iu'trrn' In a hi ,h pitiit i.t iilement..
l .-TF.\M YACHT PEAHUWa Oostnu. May: T.-Th.< con.jr. tt.."- fir .
fallen back and that the Japanese haveJToocupie4 was bitter. The\call wa jammed i. _'!' me a i i>n>ortfi 'J.) h reling
Choo: o. May T.-Recent actlrltlei : which f "< ..... ,
The I fifteen 1\.M srimmfvl" a.,I I'"' t.ir 'a tiMi ot' \Ir Klaeler.m. Td.
Wang Cheng. and It -
Peng was ImpocIVe .
to:>> candle < 0"nr. y"" '. '.'.. While a C.ut
v /Japanese pressed the retreating R_ of burglars: in this! city has made burglary the unwieldy mass of tri Tien. t'e Ashore WIth Mall. 1 National Triennial Convention of tE !-" I ..,1 !i' ,r." w .',.. t.: A. 'tti..r.;

'>K'oral rhnr h In San Fr"nn"'''o in11ts'I. r" .. .., .,: ..:..
alas troops though there were but few Insurance iniibpecsable! bere. I After two chairmen ha '-n < &*',, TIC ,ii-im yacht Pr rl. owned n- ,1. : l 'J .,- :
either atria The Japanese each faction held convention of '" i to consider the aJvirtri!"tj n: : r u s- 2 1'._, i ".,.l! !,ah......
losses oa ks ;
a eor.-e hence a new and higher!: a "--Pt i T'-fwlller and bainr aboard
the railroad at Port selected i; changing the n.lIi i oao.' of: the : u.... : 11\ M..J r. ., 1. -j of Ylat-!
have destroyed r.li- of a._jrr.nce Uu been aincaneedrUf | own delegate and,, Inctrjcte>: her owrer and a artr of> friend sto" .. .
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Adams and are now blowing up build- 'them for the luau whom. they stood I : r s I. 1 porrnrti
.. off the bar whle boat .
tivo June 1=tIn ped yesterday a 1' ort !hI ..r-' "', the:: ri j" ',n is er stV I. I. 't. r I .' ..Zt': 01 .
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I for. It..u. .
Ings. regular pugilistic affair .' oto leave .> ma'l'
cw. :a < ( get I .
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lit of t"e fact that rates bert : ttoe r.' hanr.i '' fa.n of t.,
.q i PI.ria:
Tbs teleCTa- office refuse* to accept j and was little abort of a aeowtiOB.BARTCW ..
Pr' dnrtrx of .
The fn feet Tarl .
"c'1nr ..' of t', ..'Ir.'h tt ',,. .
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telegrams Port Arthur. are from tver.ty to loctTop.'r cent I'"it a :\Ir, S "). i.:o ", -" n.t 10-
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or nc-o-ir ffi rain! fle'wl.i. .
... : r. ,lul.'i 1 J" i.r" 11 ,.n' I, U. ';.,
L Ktur than in other cities. the akmIJK CITY ELECTION- :
1Iu1l.! I. ("- 'f to cr, -ie |--i tl.
THIBETANS WERE REPUl,SEf1. I ..orl v .1 I. t' i'trd! ti! t -.. Tlm.. .- 'nton si,,1:11! d '-.. .at ,....
> hx->dng! this class of business 'ba' Th" p,"*y Is cnront" north> from
Lesion, May 7,-Aa official report Bartow, May i.-TIle following city ... I c, :l t r rov.eti' or of the thir a .ai ;'IP or 1 _' I, 'l// '
tl.it have lost tent ft '-' "- "r"" "" ,
;a ten : they from a 'ro'pn n 1 -
says that the ThP>eta3S attacked the officer were elected br a Eiall rote ". I' -.... O:... rr.i Scat .idi 1' t I r ..' .t'his; NI .
"> tt rr; tcutia..J! collars; in Ute last West ladles and along themeriean South .
British at CjantgUe Thursday but only eighteen ballot being cast In theelection I, .1i, T uf .b-. ,
ttlll sans: \ fist They nave been
were repulsed after' two hours flgltiag.Th r ) I : !M. A. WlKon( Mayor: J. N : gn : :E\' : {'i.Y uT.t. ;,'. t/O. ..tt.,., . of J a L ,.

Thibetans tort two hundred and ,r | Hooker. W. Z. Onrba,.. T. W. Car the:1 lower eart curt the rafen '" It. ., .e '.... 'aga.., a fra.1! a.. I II.I n' i "- .. 10 paKM u
I FOfTMILLION DOLLARS. K and report having < :a lul'tlarre '' I .
tay men in killed,and wounded. and I! C. H. Walker and C. G. Reed. Aldermen <1. "ic .'.,red woman, "..'. aUnt: thptret ir:&-.',-'ri1', h., -11'<1 contain'

the British two hundred. A J. I .It.-.l tarrxw I at ar' earH h''itr this nn.r:i.rluuki ..y'ry'u i th'i TS'-S'TI- ,.\ main .
1 I. \Vsrrart Drswn to Pay For Panama ; ; Ancle. Secretary and Trea The Pewl belonCT to ,*. "r'.t ofNew the
.= Canal Property.W nrer; J. P. Stathtm, Collector; G. E. Tark Yacht t"1... ;.. -.I! nil Fro- : tr an o"lr r *o airit her the .-.alf!. H. .'rOl,- td the Re .
AT BENDER '
OUTBREAK I Walker. Assessor.The : husbt "'. GeorKe Klaiii.a.'an. slur for o"'taiim't, a ten oed direct to ,T >'m-ie port. ;
: Tbe"oman toW a dlstr"' 1.,1.l K invi'e| wttoni "e
.'btTrton: May ".Serrrtary Shaw matter of patting down a deepwell Mng of Ja-i
'Said to Have Been Pie to. Russian! t day signed a warrant for forty million hs been dru-d here for corn" TNT-- .la:;TTv- --WORK I of brut ,.... Sin said tiist! -he can. ,' II..,' a 10'.. ,..1 'ar. : i nia': oI'' ..

Reverses in Far East. dollars In favor of the Panama tine.past, and. the Council bas had the i here at'.. *e.-l.i I ago !'ro-n Pa '.' i i.-I .!.c itro"4.i a >.,'' i.. .- ,,,,i the

e --Eenorts-. are current f Canal Co The Secretary will take the question under advisement for erera' F:r-rt Lighter 1 on.' of 1"i "art1 tci h>"' 1 .. ri ',a'i ridaeatoi

Vices May 7.- autl-Jev- : '. errant himself to New York tomorr weeks. Tbe.ltan finally rioted a deal Sea. Tottar. ''at Catt
here that there were senile Vf. F. Hamilton and after act .using! hT of iitlde'! y to ft.'J' '.i nf > \1 .0:1: Ir VIWhn
BeCTlraWsn. town of w evening and deliver It to J. P. Mori witjj an experienced
ish riots ia the stated rtkt! the JIIIt'Co. well-borer of Ocal, to put down a wellto Captain' Pn*t.r, rtiTerlrterdert of the : lace her a wer. l h..tine- an<* HcV !Irg Tss' :: .:..r that rp... ,-.
Is
Bender April SH It foroool while : Secretary Sliawwill also deliver the a depth of Dot more than :,fl\
rVXIng began Saturday were. in synagogue \ I' Vial appointment to J. P. Morgan Is to be ten In.-bl'S.t the ton. and ship char l. ban given ont the lies again l>eat and koo 'keJ her ur.onw >* a', r Ts'n'i'" bat "it n.B'tm .. V.1)

the congregations the ': L. disbursing spent of the Treasury not If"** than six Inches at the bottom.. or hiiiMI'! i tram road across the land (O'j*. The left side of b'-r fare and!
1- smashed the windows of -partment of this fund. The contract price hi $J-W per foot. prth of Vorrls Cut, ,K sccoiiit of,the : bead was badly swollen as evden-c ''I" in "h' Tea-.ire .P-r'u' 'lie Indian
The mob ,I I t lof the treatment the had re< tived! fu.i'l a'ir Tahaf..rrovln"
aid would > .t "a.m :
; la the Jewish quarter entere-1 Monday Morgan IL {4. will deliver the city to furnish the necessary casing. expense the trou) it e ar

the women, and 'I' > Pecretarv Sh.w twenty-five million The ,....nl. to be caned nearly. In trans(" i rant! and bac tllnc tV rock. I ed to the front s..-xilaimed l :
the houses and throw FRATERN TNION --Tbe Frster-
the windows. A girl .aisrs of United States bonds to be It not quite all the way down. It Is This ... niii that the rock will bf't..ed I' "Mr !l1-l.t..lI, I if ou can prq've to ...
children out of nil Union will meet on Monday night,
pTtlr'tmanner' 'I. posited In the New York sub-treas- said that the contrar-tor will begin to e. on the ?Jsrges by the I thesepeople that the Maw-meM yon
most
fa
was murdered tbe May 9th. and a full meeting Is dmtmdBuslne .
i ax security for the disbursing oft work In few weeks. p-e*.nt charnel or thrwich Norris frit. i have just mad. i K true. I will withdraw
Coseackawere ry a
the reports say. : Ji of Importance D. L. Huth.s.Secretary. ; d1da'lproTe
order. The out ,, e canal fund. t*>e enidreer It Is said. have staked from the ra'e' Mr Stockton

sect to restore I CIVIL APPOINTMENTS.Tallahame out an eight. foot channel! thn>. rh: the 1 It. and )!r. Tallalrrro .1>> stilrutninic :
due to the .
been
have .
breaks aaldjto LE GTlIDRrEt' COMPLETED. i|c-it and by which It will\ h. possible! I Ii .
of the crowd. over Russian reverses FRANK CLARK'S MOTHER ILL.
anger i \\-hen S"iiitt Ta4iafrrro TOM! to
t.i
*. May 7.-The- following f> r the steamer and barges paM.i
In the Far East. I Attorney-General Hays In Caret; i This morning the tug carm-l to sea .,.'.-.". Mr Stockton although tt* ha>latked
lack official confirms rlltl appointments baTe been made by The many friends here of Hon Frank .
These reports
Powers Care.Frankfort. tl e IW;P tighter: loaded w 'Ith rick that I (< r the prU lleje of a ...plT. bolo-
Governor Jennings: Clark will regret to learn of the serious
tion. u towed \n the b,,'- Thurvliy. !B..I| op bU papers and left the stand
L. ft N. BOND ISSUE. Ky.. May ..Attorney J. Allot Rankin of Tamp; Asa M. Illness of his mother at her horn- in
a d It will be r--''"! I IT > cIOft" for but was called hack by the Senator.aho .
I' today completed nI Wing, of Bayard: James K. McClel Lake City. Mr. Clark is *tten,linr ather
Loulsvlll ( -neral Hays t',e Jetty which WI1 be aNx' ft teen I asked him to remain mid hear
New Tork. May 7.-The brief In the Powers murder land, of Enstls; DeWItt T. Gray and bedride. The end Is expect.! sianyttae. '
to the Stock I itthy b indred feet In length, and built up what he had to say about him. Mr.
A Naahmte baa. applied and will file It before W. J. Bryan, of Jacksonville; D. P. .
case
t .nspirary : mark. Stockton returned to the stand.
: high water
$1.045.- a xive
exchange to list an additional Court. The document Hancock of Palatka; A. J. Wlseburn. NAIL IN HIS FOOT David Cba I-
t e Appellate bad fire la
of 1SJl *. The 'Business !Senator'
000 fifty-year 4 per rest bonds c ,vets fifty typewritten paces ano of Randolph, and T. Turner Butler of i wick, a white carpenter wnne wnrkln, his voice
In
his and determination
A RESERVOIRI' C alt largely la the alleged Federa'r DeLand. all to be notaries public for ; WILL BE READY JUNE 1-Work on a house la North Miami stepped i ioo I throughout eye his ringing speech which

A MILLION FOR O':, the East Coast dredge and the house nail yesterday afternoon
: ,.estlon raised by the counsel KK the State at large.W. a rusty of the
TwaBhlngton. May 7.-Th Secretary ;, I was t set aalde. pro '1s- I iwers. and oa which they hope to f*< R. Cbalker, of Ulddlebnrg. to be I bat tender will If possible, be com- the poisonous piece of steel pawing Insinuations and accusations against
has '
of the Interior to of lumber for day county. the ball of the left foot and
Court I through
United States Supreme Inspector the first of next month when
of tl.000.000 for the tII! p'eted by himself and his record and a scathing,
lonany. the sum Georgetown at John F. Grady, of Philadelphia, to be making a painful wound. Cbadwlck
of the Pathfinder reer- r view the trial at tie dredge will be started on the chan- blistering annihilation of his opponent'Preposterous
eonatmctioB Ulch Po.era... sentenced to 1M commissioner of deeds for Florida lathe I says he bas bad nails la his feet before < *
la w fabrications' was on
North Platte river 1'1"1 l In the bar. The houseboat which
vole oa la expected to State of Pennsylvania. B< and that he baa ao fear of in ,
act
The court I la
win pruned -nged.: of the terms used by )fro Tallaferro
mlttgCoBatmetlom reporU from decide the case before tM latter part Pearce Hone of Washington to be U BOW on tbe ways, win be used aa a results, aa a piece fat bacon bound j to the Stockton charge.
alluding
favorable
Ungent upon de- of June, just before adJonrBBjent for I coaaUaatoaer of deeds for Florida lathe place for lodging and sleeping for the to Ute wtwnd take out all lallul_ -

ewclBeers ta the field as to various lie summer vacation. Dlstrdt of Columbia',. workmen oa the dredge. Ooa. II' (Continued oa eighth pagw.v .)
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OEVERAL DIBXCTOBZTATEO I AbenlWI J. C. KI... H. II POI THE LfTTU DIES. For Member County KieeeJve .***>.

nCIKa.e : Libby R. Iaamu. J. L J51PLE BALLOT FOB THE PBIN1Y. mlttee for First IItrIII.Co .

efaar-W. S Jana...... Atll-... H. r. L&S&Ue. A. L.I ... uert... a N.res's Fear f a MaliviUmkrtlla. W. MsPHEKSCX

Jury ml__a.C.Crawler*..- I Brow, W. .1. Lemw. c. D.Bush. II I For Member .
County Execmlire ...
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aaiptralk--toaa U.lfuua.sti..Iwt : KcD0uJ4. A.Buntin. .
\ 10._ i F. C. J. 1"Ut a queer p ure.aid: I mlttee for Second District
...rr.q..rsl. L wklta.wW. .. W. M. X&rurd. W. t., r.U.Look. II
.......- of fubUeT I.MtUetbawMtr mamma man I Partial List of the Candidates P. M. POWELL
; Bytngton E. T. lI rrttt. Z. T. hldilll] an umbrella over a bore
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.... '"f .. .- .B. Me IJsaajaiaal G. I E. A. CRAWFORD. G. E. KNIGHT. .
.< .....raI-... C. K. Faatd Brady.L L. Muller ill the barn too!r
r For
to be Voted For in This Member
iteaM el Trustees lalrmal laii> :e.e.lr.71. Balky B. Ii. )J levers. '1... H. -n. story u true, though," answered i C. 0. CODRINQTON. County Executive Cesmitte *-
.
: .Garenar. aftrullH. Tnuurac.ABMnrj for Third
u...... aoa CoaJaU-Uoorr ol ..rtf i Budge. H. C. K-. lied LI mamma 'A gentleman W. A. HOCKED; JR. District
Hit 4t**. County atjthe Primary JOHN M. BRYAN. GEO. W. POTTER!
MM .. I4. tb.-TSe .-.-. DeereSUT I Brosaier G. D. Moon T. V. vned a pretty hONe, gentle and i
Altorurir-Ucacral. Trauarar..>.d.per1.l..d.b w. H. J. D. CLOCGR. W. L METCALF.
af stAK I Burdine..J. M. McDonald spirited, good in Election.For
.. at rabite .aeirartlua. every way exctpttkat I For
Bear MM ls.ut.Uis.-Tbu tooiernat.SeeraurTef .. Backus. F. W. lcKlnaon G. A. she wa afraid of an open um JOHN A. HENDERSON.W. Member County Executive Con
M*>-. Trirr AB ca.,-6e ser' Blackman E. V. Nel- Edwin brella. E. ANDERSON.J. mlttee for Fourth District
i He not
II riMMUnii -.r..I AfnciUUin aad "" .rta- wa willing to whip
aiialel f.bltt 1__ I Challle, W. H. Perk R. J.Cohen. UM hone. B Besides i he bad fen..enough / W. ADAMS. R H. ROSSEAU.
Bw-l of fmr*. .-n. faowaoc. 8>em&r5C .
a.... AUurMj-u arnl Md C-......a* : I. Prout. W. W. to know that it would only IlItorm-= GUT L METCALF. For Member County' Executive Committee
the of the Democratic
r 7trb gent-ebb C.Io&-LIt.... lose..CPllM Cheatham J. H. Patterson. S. L. make her more afraid and nnrulr.Ht J. N. WHITHER for Fifth District
.
Conrad, J. A.. Fwrta' Allan IL tried to contrite some way to get voters of the county a sample JOHN Q. SMITH. J. 8. 8UNDAT.
: I roC.T Jt'DG ballot Is below containing a
Crosland J. G. Rhod.. K. W. her over her fear. She wa very printed G. P. HEALT. T. J. HATGOOD.

.a..k.r.lartrr T.ylor AuucaUcJtwace.H. Cbtr/J..Uea. Clark P. c. Rose C. J fond of potatoes. He went into her oartlal list of the candidate to be von I A. C BLOUNT JR. For Member County Executive! Cesn-

H.Ys A..aerrb,Jiutlc*. Drake. Gaston Reilly. J. B. tall one morning carrying an umbrella ed for at the coming prtmarr. H. H. McCREART. mitts for Sixth District
oMoafealiaasleaajafUM; Mate eOetaut
BayreaM Jaaii.hould bs aadtewer' Douglas E. B. Rub" Dr. W. B. closed, with a pouto on the.I I There will be other names to add aa H. W. LONG. W. W. 8NELL
'.
.aTan Wo..s.Mla Dora J. It. Rump' 11'4w. tip. At first fhe shied away from it, the time does not expire until April L L HARDT. "\q

LL.a. : (ATUKC.aa. Erwin w. w. Raulernm c.ii.Enloe. but with! waiting and coaxing the net In which candidates may qualify For Member National Comalttea For Member County Executive Commlttee -'

.Jaoea F.TaIUaIen'e.Jarkwavllk. : Dr. G.. Rump", a.o. came nearer, looked wistfully at the and have their name put on the ballot for Seventh District

.... alepFR L MallorY.hw.se.Ms.V. PYiusll G. c. Safford L. B. potato and finally snatched it off. The ballot when.printed for us at J.C.B.GUIDONS.F. BROWNE, E. T. ICING

.s.cosaitisBM E?. P7aaagan R. L Sewell E. G. "The next day he did the atm be lection will be men than twice ae JOHN MULLTKIN.

.... Mat** (_bn<4M Uw led _)- Fra4ertet. J. s. SUeJbT. J. O.Prau. I thing, and the took the potato with long as this one U here are to be miss W. POPE. For Member County Executive 0.-

.... Baet. w. ...... falatka. I. less fear. between each name and blank lines
..... Diaufa-4ee. .. IBAILKUAV .: .,.,.... Bulsner. C. F.Oerlack mlttee tor EJpta'D utet.CEO. .
.... A. P. Smith Julius "So he kept on, and in a few dart on which to writ other names. For Judge of Circuit Court. evnthCMlt P. BULL

COM YIe8IULW. Gbtman. James Stooeaan F. B. be opened the umbrella a little way; Voters can begin practicing on markIng For Member County KxscuHv
C .
Goaph, C o. R. 8ulser, A. LCantler then more and more at shy grew a cross mark (X) before the names MINOR S. JONES. --
.... mittee for Ninth
N B.B-MTM.fey: wed Cksir District
...L .... USUa awes.t T. N. 8haaa a. x. bed to it, till the would tand still of he candidates for which they wm W. A FILER.:
1. Merges.Jssp.r.G 0ram L Job. with it open over her head. wish vote. For State
Be..n. to
Attorney-Seventh Chest t t
>>-a.. Y.4bo.. (l.fk.T For Member County Executive
.....,aanan and eatoaa al taa Boar. 0 rtl *ide. C H. Seymour. H. H. "But he was not jet sure what CtXHL; G. BUTT. Committee

-"'- t, Ommllng. J. C. Savtalla. J. P. she would do outdoors. The first JOHN C. JONES. for Tenth District,.

c. S.COMJHSSIOJCEE.rsa4Ded: Oanatt. r. Shaw. H. B.Outs. rainy day he tried driving on the For Called State SeaatocWILKINSON S. 1* PATTERSOI*.

,... L aetIIJ.MleaLSIIATOl ... R. a Taylor. R. R. road Of course, he soon met B CALL C. D. LEFFLEB
For State 8fot\ator-l3tla For
Drs IIT&lC'f Ortang. A. M. Tumag. J. L man with an open umbrelL. WILLIAM 8. JENNINGS. District Member County Exscuttre C..-

......... ..... CeasMas.. Qlrtman. W. H. Tatum. B. B. Instead of shying she crossed J. N. C STOCKTON F.M.M.i HUDSON.For SAMS. mittse for Eleventh District, ..h. ''
Hayes J. K Tatum. J. H. the road toward it, expecting to get J. F. BURTESHAW.W. .
JAMES P. TALtATERRO.
la L.. DIaieIIo Plus .....
Hill L.. E. a potato. She had one when she J. SHONE.

". *>4Dg oocrrr tr&*sEiriATivi.ni Hunter J. G. Watson C H. came home and never aftenrari the Legislature For ""sber County Executive Com.atttee .
For RepreaentaUre tm Oongr*a-Seo-
.. r.riaf rr1*. *.:! Hill. William Whorton. F. H. showed any fear of an umbrella. odd Congressional District GRAHAM W. KING. for Twelfth District

UaCXK71lT1'orncau. Hetheringtoa. F.White. E. L.Ber Kindness and patience are wie- J. E BENJAMIN BUTTON. K. H. KIRKMAN.

Ca-atrJai -,ADas L__.MlaaU.eMBtrAUaraer -, A. E. Wall. T. A. eat always.--Mrs. Mary JebjuoB ALEXANDER For Member County Executive Ceansslttee -

'.. if Ureall Court-l T.sod-.....MlaaU.SJark ..el.five, Hall W. W. Whaler a T. ia Our Little Ones. FRANK 1. M. B.uutS.CLARK. For Clerk of Circuit Court for Thirteenth DIab1cit.Co .

_LC.Ce.ssblr.- ..- Hake. r. W. Worte,.. a X E. C. DEARBORM. W. HILL
-.tt'-JNa r..1IIaaL CHARLES: DOCGHERTT.
The Littlest Girt
QO.atw.t Tasaa-Taas... ........ .,.... B...... W. D. Wilson. L ", tle. I weal t* egad ,....Po W. P. WATSON. J. S. rRKDERICK Fer Member County Executive Cees-
..- Horner J. W. Woodworth. J. F. Lad I wee he ttttl-M r Auar'ks.i.w.ida ai Mo laM,.laal. Jon.. M. E. ISM la s raaalnc Unto ekaar.Aa I R. M. SMITH. 3. C
B. ...... lllaai. Wllsoe. R & HOLLT.
.. ......... el hIIIIe Il ...... Meg key pulled ny curl
Kolb. A. J. Xlmaales C L. I P.. Jatke of S> rai Cwirt-Six: C. W. 8CLLTVAK.
..aaaTlata.
M--i.Ye rrtu.
BMr4 af Oaaaty w .. *Mat awn aa ha hart. IL T-.r.- For For Justice at the
: Pesos
SseeeJ
Osa.1..MSeta..eM DMtrtct.
i T j.-1 *a. F 0. 3.11 thMcmt a* was arrttt ShertCJOHNFROHOCK. -
any .......
lTM D* aal. riforaBasra. The past week haa been one of unusual .. 1 a.t mr naccra vrr aijr epee R F. TAYLOR .
aisa;" .. Sskb.r.Is C- AM aii>ii M btu avtaaaa.t J. R.ABRAMS. R. B. L.
: LV. o..r-. Clerk aM ..- d activity so far as shipments of McFARUN.:
.Hiaad.tBCUR Fee JUNe *f Smprspas Court (Vote JOHN R. ONEAL. For hecIee af the
truck Is concerned. TIle crop this t Mppaaa UMt when r*s weal t.aaaaa Paa.e-T.lrd DMrlet
e OOOET OF SlTgSTH .JUDICIAL year has been more varied than ever T.a ...... a** r the males girt.l fir three)- J. M. WILLIAMS.For R- J. CHILLINGWORTH.
.OIXCU1I. .. a.c were t Truly. ? TnilyTDM For Justice
I of
R. ft ooeJrRrI the Paves Ninth Dis
t flaMaci a D.M...MIs..sat/.al before. and everything marketable uaiiai.r you jaw curl .

".... .....-Mlara.Jeaaa.Tttar ni*. has been on the go to Northern mar Tee mat k*a Mat big ....... kae I T. M. 8HACKLEPORD, County Treasurer trict.

Pv.eous at cMrt-L Aiaerey-J.C- D..r7tore.a .-aa...Orleedaewrk kets. It.. a lively eight to witnessthe N big. -a ,.. .avid awta.. raw Spelt I l. s WaJl.u.LD, C. H. R.fLERSON.BXXH.DOSTER. H. B. WOODALL.r .

Ball Tarsi M rote ll Court--..Fin departure of the midnight train, Lad al rmaa the big Btrlc eama .. Justice of the Puss Tenth Bto-
Baa Sat,allot. .... Hedsy la .ereeibef.same Lad (._yes aaafclei ta pat?
Tara aa mat Maaaar afar faart I as It to on this that most of tbe express Fee Govemee islet

BaaaarUaarO.DADE. matter to sent away. On one T.Lad. .apUc4C....*e lib ckajk?aaa. a War N. K. BROWARD. For Tax Cbllertor- W. S. HILL

COUXTT COVET. evening daring the pest week acre WII' ._u.. ai .ce acaaolW C. x. BROWN. W. E. NORTON. J C GRAMUNG.For .
c-.cr IMP-dH I. ...,.......aI.q.w..rl. tidal aa Wags ills taaA. R W. DAVIS.A R. a MeLENDON. Jwstice of the PTIII"dIo
.. than 1,108ell..,. were sent by express -

t Tw.-FI" II._days beeJJeory.T.rartrd on the train. The business so Tkac were eel? Dttt cnfltfra*ar% H. MATS. W. 0. DEBERRT, District. .
Lad u.* .., lint el all
_Tees-PDM II"'" rJuS aI,. far exceeds that of any previous year We aaaaaaaM ..... sad 1II.e pl.p.: CHARLES PEACOCK. H. J. BURKHART.

raH e.L TWa-rIrC LIED OFFICE MaaSaf,QAIELYILLL Is Orleker. In this respect ns to be hardly creditable. Wlta a aaatty little MIL Fer S.rr.tr. 51
Up to date It ta understood .... 3H.C. S..OOr! r. ALLEN B> NDERBOlwFor
..a.cMubb.Ba FtTrr.W. taacha said the ban was .... '
.B ta_a.Bialalar.CBCECH that the business of the express ones Bat I use flat. brfara: CRAWFORD For County A- of TiGTA CenstaMe for Turd District
Wa (aMa. aajxr aM prayed wttk .....
DIEECTOBT. B. F. KIEL a BUTLER H. A.
here to more than;$15.000 ahead of any AM the we sag .w CARLISLE.
:V a.-.u.- AO'" ftII previous year. Unless one eowld eee I -: GEO L. MCDONALD RIBERT HAMONO.
avanrraaealaialll .. -- Tea say yea aurkfd ape year atataOa '
I : fe .feet lapsed Toe.pF for hlmeslf the extraordinary amountof yea Brat day al aca...ol Far Atteney Central C L. XIMAMES. FRANK CARLISLE,

w P..e.: .abbe.twr truck sent away one cannot comprehend Lad tried. .* reed a arta ar aaakin W. H. )6.Li3. C P. METCALF.

.... y the magnitude of the bwsiaesa AM lea little ruler A. IT. CLA1R-ABRAM3. .For__ _rriaatailin n______ _AH. ___q_- For Censtable for Tenth District.

we..oto baos u -aostl.g-. arras w.dweey A*.. done sad the Importance of this station. -) AM thee ,.. Mrs: weal t* .!...' r- ATKINSON G. L. CHANDLER
as C G..4 sib.uw.-P.yr Aa4 baths dada aeoMrWhy.
aIII '.G.4 Mada, arise.. aI .-Saaford Chronicle. I I Ii ._Ck ...... hew aM war Test 'I I.'or Comptroller- JAMES: T. SANDERS L. M. KICHOLSON.CIRES .

._.... _.-"'--.at-: gpwaM..,a.,r-.a.f aamratSM.it 'n"........pa E.aety fur ._-- Sid? : A. C CROON. ROB 1' R TAYLOR
rL i COCGHS
AND
COLD&
< MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. I'
Way. aa aa L It anaia aa quo
.. ('w..... Oecaer Ama. C as* tltft I That yea were aax Uka BM.Tk For Stale Tree.use- I -

.geol.-Prsscbi.saelie'ebek.*..t I a a..; fteacWa a.al at t.:.Soaa.j a. m.favarts **ry Httlcat KM to jcaoal W. 1". KNOTT. For County; Jedge Mrs. C Peterson C2S Lake 8t. TBpeka. .
There's nothing like doing a thing ICs Mraac aa It tea Nt A. E. NETHER .
Uwae g:. a. ..tJaslar Evwarti -N_ Tark na- KaBsea. says: "Of an the eough

'_ -1veai.g:IF Tm.'CMOkt a prsrer La aM-tta.n wk* WeSaaadaUA.avvm.raalar es. thoroughly. Of ail the Salves you ever For State Superintendent ., Public Ia- H. & 8ACNDERS. Jr. remedies BeJard'a Horehonad 8yn V

heard of. Bnckleu'a Arnica Salve Is Pint Step I. l4ucatle. traction U my favorite; It has done sad wflfdo \

'ta.."" Cal....r. &..Ave... a sad Seta. A certain officer hams all that to claimed.
,b,, w..d-Ysai.e Player. ti.leis; ....., the best It sweeps awns sad cures brought W. H. BOLLOWAT.W. For County Superintendent\ of PtsMh for tt-to sneedOy -

s.ta.d ".._ .a .i.g SPuafl.btriI.JSswo0cyhe. I bums, sores, bruises, cute. bolls, ulcers with him from South Africa aa ia- N 8RBATS. Instruction eve aD coughs and edUs-** M to

F. lap Is ."" H.Fi"," aaaiia.aaa third desder, .aI skin eruptions and piles. Its UUigent but illiUrate I Kaffir MTTtmi. L E. HALL so sweet and pleasant to thejtaatsr

;. ew jails Draw./v.r aa.aM <.& .. L PMrtII TniM..aJ ea-. |j I only tie, cad guaranteed to give satIsfartiou. For rbmmiaalatier mt Agriculture JAMES C HARRIS. :se. .. rifle bottle. Bold by Red

Pausvtaataa.' nU suaet aaa A..._ A- |I By ell druggists. One day rectaLly aa he was read- & E. McUX K. B. KING.Fs.r Cross
.--y...-..........M It a'eleek. '* leg a look the eeJonel caught Pete Blow. --
sad e'ey 50.4.7 eeo0ag : 1 hit H_. W.
J .l peeping over shoulders ad asked M. the
Ua. yea.:P.M.O.reewtew I For fiailreed fmmlJar r- : ay am* who
Sums..IInftft"r. _. at Mrsr. : The official records af Alechna eonntr I urn what he wuted.Z K.L.MORCAN.For tMmtrvisor of Recistratlon j has **rf to run against CZar

A. P.o.rora.at fsiaa_....... aM 557 at..t..v | and of the State of Florida prove wants ter ask yet a guwhaa, J. C. BIRTKSHAW.M Shoe, la actively eM palgafng. and
et I**a.*_.ev-r""'
that Mr. HoUoway has made a eonclenUons. ait.- W. GOODE. i I* fwrelTlng the t'or'dlal..11' mt
j'MO.RD TKADIVTtisllisr. taaje-eaera)
S BtlAatC OP Adj
>' I\ : diligent competent and "Well what is it r thaw who betlwr that poJWcs sadsrbairis
J. C R.
I f" wnnmai-M. Brews. sncceaaful school _pert.teII4Li "I has sees folks reading Mob I ALLEN THOMAS fCIUIKH. For Aunty ("OIImbatoo.rnNt shale be dlroreeit sad that

t PInt Ttea-PriaHsst. T. V. Maora.Bacratary. i Sheets states that he to Incompetent.Which And de like, and I jesa wants ter Dfatrirt. merit either than a Jhfral..n

f: ...... Vleo-PL&Oesl. I. 1L .....rra are the voters of old Putnam. know Thick U it yer reads--de whiteordebUekr i For F. C AICHER. sttowTd be ronsidered ..... eeantteaal
DSa Cbemtot
B. V. 81.E.aatteswe.r. records I rer....u .
to believe--the offldal er the )I. R. JOHNS. are Involved.A .
a a Tatar R. E: ROSE.
; ...... ., OnaraaraW.. M. Brawn. mere wild assertions of a polltWss! I The lest 'a the HavattbtraMeC I i,I _

T. T.. 11_ J. B. L*- s. A. L Hey- It will take more than the mad-I The task ia Jo fold a Undkerebief f'qr Prsilendai EMet.es-- For ronaty (romml lon r SeroadDinlntt THOUGHTFUL MAX

aV J. B. Bslllr. F. W. Baha. W. W. slinging of Mr. Bam to make the people >> lengthwise, to take bold of both R B. BAILET. -
-1 -
Pr*.:.TAJrOINO Jeha ......OOlOtrmES. lose sight! of that U per cent contract ends with two hands and to make T. A. JENNINGS. GiX W. LAINHART. I 1 M. M. A."'ln. of Wlnebasip.. v.4.

LAW_-Aaa*. W. K ; Pat__ L L.ttnam. .-. which be entered Into with the I knot ia the handkerchief wittaat J. B. C. KOONCEA. E. H. DIMICK. j knew what to do In the hour of ....

1..M T.: -.,-. M. H.: railroad corporation while decrying letting go the ends. This ia done B. NEWTON. His wife had such an missal ease of

-erteF.o. A.BR1L0ttBHalley.. corporation. Inconsistency a poor with the knowledge of A trick. F. B. STONEMAN. stomach and liver
B. M.: .ck_ F. For Coanty Commlaaloaer Third table. phrsteUa*
policy to pursoe. utile Jacksonville We place the handkerchief before could
W. F. W.: Baas a J.: Frederick District not help her. He thought of
JIaM.
Sad out the night' of Fa fold arata la
I aspirant will on our a Napoleon sad
J L For Delegates nt Lerge. National Convention R. E. MCDONALD.T. tried Dr. Ktegl New Lie FIHa

HEALTH AND tAMITAKT-JaekaiiB. Mar 1.. and she got relief at eaee and was
A. W1NFIELD.
j
W. W. labs OOaaau. -
I. at. Jr.: Fraat. ; 1 T. J. APPLET ARD. Bnally cured sly !Say at all drug.
-III: 1/ B. a: Kb.. H. M. A DANDY FOR BURNS.
WIPERS AMP HABB>ttOa $ -. ....... I I _____ W. J. HILLMAN. For Hate
*. H.; Ja"-'< W sr* C; Tat_ CLAUDE LTEXGLR. County Commissioner-Fourth

L.tI; .+... is M.KkLKOApS Dr. Bergia. Elgin.: TIL, writes: 1 A. P. JORDAN. Distrlet Ia tile rural districts It to found that \.
:
] AID FBJEJOHTDraAy. *- have used Banard's Snow Liniment: JOHN 8EWELL.A. Fraak Clark
I JOHN. BEARD. to easily the favorite l.""
....... C. D.; Umssos.
B. US always recommended It to my friend LEE ALLEN.
BVt .... Was. W. MuDl>il" J. A. T. E. BRYAN the congressional ....... His bold
I eonndent there to BO better -
u am t
t T.: CM eSMw W. J. BRYAN
OHAJUTIM titmf I stand la
iC H.I t>a* tea.. K. B.: daa er. T.K made It to a dandy for ..,...Those: C. A. CARSON For County CotamlaalOll"I1ftIll opposition to the trusts, and

who live especially liable Infarortng Federal aid for good
manalaa C. I.AOMCTLTPBK. I, oa farms are CLEON A. STEPHENS.For District roads
Blarts-is. B. T.: I to many au-ld-ntal cuts bums, bruises a duty oa Egyptian cotton and eats*

__.F"L; Tmtaav J. 8.; OrW.a A. which heal rapidly. when Ballardl & A. BELCHER. llshlng rural mall delivery system.
Delegates. National CoTetJon- E. G. TWEwELL
M I Dana I. K. I ass sset with\ the
PUBLIC BUTLDnraaV-Henwr. 1 W.: Snow Liniment to applied. It should Sfcond Conamsloaal DistrictD. hearty endorsement

*.,... H. As Baffly. J. B.: ... always be kept .. the house for eases L. OACLDEN. I of the country folk.
.n.1 I
laM Whaler it T.MAMCTACTPBK1. of ...u 1f1K'J'." %Ie. We $LW bottle. For Members Board of Public Instruction.
inn taica outtruaui D. N. BATCHELOR.T.
Fltsull. Oaw Co; For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. I Idw I find I First District. I I A CRLAT 8FNSATIOXTaere
aS.*..,T. T-. Psarad *. +.; w>*ta. *- take one .end of the handkerchief 8. ANDERSON.J. W. L. WIDEMETER

w.: Berny I. B. 1, I! with tie left hand which i i. E. T. BOWDEN.For .
.. I ELI SIMS wa a big sensation LeeertllB.
ICDDCATlOMAL-Bwatea.. at; I M -
the and
I now to right the other end
RA W. W4 ffcw lar. ....... B. TIle campaign for ConxTeaa down|l! with the For Members Board of Public Instruc. lad. when W. H. Brown of that
.... A,.' US a-salky. L O: .."*. right hand now to the left. Meaner at Large. State CommK- I I BUJM who was
... !! In the ant district. to eliciting much I By unfolding the arms make tics, Second District.E. exrected to die. had
)....: Kela. A. LPOIIORLTIOIB we a te.- W. 1 Us life aged" by Dr.
Interest throughout the State. Spark- J. PARRISH. Mag's New Diewvery -
knot in the !
handkerchief
i..fc .a .. B. 'Y'I and the : / (Vote for Thirteen.
)
More F. B. Tataav t. H.. Dora. J. man has Influential friends working jIn j L trick is done.-New York Tribune. : For Members Board of Public tastrnoWon. '4 for Consumptlou. He writes:
*
R. B. GARNETT.W. endured
n- -; 2. W. his behalf. but just BOW It appears!| Third District i t t'W. I insufferable agonies from

mi JitAlllalgJ 'l'.......s. B. W..1 as If Mr. McNamee's Indomitable energy i A Ftrcaa a..uaw.. W. FARMER M. BCRDINE. I I'Uthme but your New Discovery gave

Baaga, H. C.S 0......... C. H.; RalUy.Jaaa and eloquence will store than A mall boy was asked by hi.l' GEO. L. BAHL. --- i lie Immediate relief and soon there*"'

I :B4 ...... teacher hat the B. N. MATHES. after effected ". '
a complete
S. B. et.u.J..pi overcome all obstacles.. To sav the 11 equator was. cure Slmi-
: ; For
A 1 f. Set 145.... a T.; BatkaasB least, things Took good" for Bob. i He thought a moment and re"The ., D. U. FLETCHER.: E. N. DIMICK. lIt cures of consumption pneumonia.mnchltis .

.V4fptfoefyb4 K. F \lied: : N. A. BUTCH. I I> and grip are Bumeroua.fa .

-TM., DID 11I& at mesBsera. ..s.b.rtag.assay Judging from his excellent address equator ill III Imaginary lion i! K. B. RAULERSON. F. B. STONEMAN.For I the peerless remedy for an throat

-6i an are BB fBOow +:I delivered IB Palatka. Mr. TallaferreIs "tpnng' around the eartk"-Little W. M. MILTON JR. lad rang t-oobles. Price We and tlftO.Jusrasteed .

ARe. W IL Ji ekit s. J. kL Jr. I Ii IJ ''Lro id.. i J. M. LAMAR.H. Fish and Game Warden CEo by all druggist Trial

J ,...,.W. ht KolK A. J. ,t a speaker ae well as a worker. i' L. DODO. J A. GRAHAM. I Datum free.r .





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/I a eerttflcata of exemption for dab far tile onto ef dork ef tile Ctr- INSPECTORS APPOINTED.
r* S3Vt4 ,nit eourt. subject I* tile action of tae I
CULL C FOR PRIMARY ELECTIO -
OFFICIAL l
? T iTW T a I years.PATMENT OF POLL P IS..*1H4.Mcr Ue part/ Frteojy election Kay The meeting was called to order fcf

] The professions j --- la order to b* qualified to 4 J. S. FREDERICK. Chairman Filer In the dty hall Miami

Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held Ma J primary election on May 10th | ___ ,i i Fla.. at X p. m, April II. 104.
'I 7. 1904. poll taxes for IMS FOR TAX COLLECTOR The following members were present

10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade Count/. mast be paid on or before S I I hereby announce myself a can di. i Iia person or by proxy: Messrs. J....
I
I M. Friday. April S>. 1M4 (tea I date for the offlc of tax collector of[ Jones Potter Lyman King Bull

Q.ttarsoa Exwlsihg. I fore the first primary election) I I Dad CoaDt). subject to the action of r flier Bnrteshaw. and Klrkmaa.

I A meeting of the County Democratic law; and shall at one forward th,<. I the coming Democratic primary Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected .

Executive Committee for Dad county, I returns to the Chairman of the Count, dw I
A ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ] j NOTICE or'REGISTlU T. N. OACTIER.STATE'S acting secretary.

Florida, was held at Miami. Florida Executive Committee. I The minutes of the last
w IU sncttee Is nil eeeru. uu sad re4eral l l5sectaluetlftl..fee.pi Notice to hereby given that meeting were
.tatasad SOTtaetiwUsd oa the 11th day of April. A. D. W4. ( The assessment to be paid by thvariou <1 I FOR ATTORNEY. 1 read and approved.The .

TittM.P I pursuant to adjournment.The : candidate shall be U follows:: istration Book of Dad i I hereby respectfully announce myself call for primary wu amended

o-aox -. Miami. Fla.p following amended call for a I i I Representative ....... ........ fit 0I( the primary election to be held u a candidate for the once of'. ,I aa follows: ,

T.' 8KAOOS. M. DOOV primary election was adopted to-wlt: Senator ...... ...... .......... IS *t 1904 will be opened In the State' Attorney of the Seventh Jodldal See official can on third pag .

Notice Is hereby given that there I Sheriff ...... .. ................ SS 01 0 ', election districts of Dad eoGIIt Circuit subject; to the vote of1' A motion was mad by Mr. Klrkmaa

was nd Oem Pkuvtey. "ill be a Democratic Primary Retention -, Clerk of the Circuit Court...... 30 04i } Ida. oa the SMa day of the Democratic prima*y. to nominate county fommlssloaors.

aedd..ee Sell sue held in the several election districts i Tax Assessor .................. loot, 1904. and win be closed oa dw CECIL 0. BUTT. and members of the school hosed by

c..r aft C of Dade county Florida, on May J Tax Collector ................. 1$ 04 t day of April. A. D. 1M4. j I III districts. Sam was defeated by a

MIAMI FLORIDA. l( th, 1904. and if necessary on Jan County Treasurer............ SO 0(3 | The following persons are FOR COUNTY SCHOOL gCPIRDTOM-' I rot of I to L

7th. 1904 for the nomination of all County Judge ................. IS 04
DL J. M. JACISOH, JL, Democratic candidates, State and county County Attorney .............. 10 W, |I'-r tie eve O e .c'ltB for hereby aupermteadont aaaouae.,aQ'IOIt.-subtle '-.e candidates held la Miami May 10 I*...

to be voted for by the Democratic '!wit: Isotnetloaof was read and discussed
OPTICS: Superintendent of Public Instruction Dado County. subject t* th wm ., by various candidates

HOTEL BISCA TWit BLOCK, A Vlt. D.ML&MI. electors at the General Election to beheld ...... ........... I W I Number On*. Stuart-W. O. tile votare aa stay ho sipioaul at tile before the committee. Finally

November Sth 1XH. and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... 11M I Number Two. Jupiter-R. E. ."...... Demuaitls primary de de. the following inspectors, clerks and

FLORIDA. by the Democratic Governor Farland. L It 1U..Ue. polling place were decided forth
Supervisor of Registration.... I M I dw upon
of the Stat between the date of boldI. Miami. Fla.
Number Throe West Palm following precincts.Na
W. B. RUSH Members of County School B'rd. I 00 I

DR' lag such primary election and the boldIng Justices of th. Peace.......... I M I E. H-Dlmlck. FOrt TAX-ASSESSOR.I : Inspectors,. Geo. )lcPIIEnlett --,

Offlc m-ltth street 'Phone M. of the primary election A. D. 1X4, Constable ..................... 1 M I Number Four Bypoluxo ( hereby aaaonne myself as a Stypman. J., M. Ennla; dec.
BNid.D 10th Street sod Avenue and of a Democratic candidate for H. W.
CuDen Fane Hessey; polling place store ef
a ''''OD. "-tR. County Fish and Gam Warden 1 Ot I : FOR TAX ASSESSOR of ,
,
United States Senator to be voted for
MIAMI FLA. I All candidates are required to ale a. Number Five Delray-H. J. County subject to the action of Miss Walter Hitching.
by the Democratic members of the Leg written application to have his name Number Six Pompano Democratic No. Inspectors, E. Edwards I. B.Ular. .
P.. w. BACLULdRG'X32C'T. islature of the State o Florida at Itssession primary.
Number Henry Brooker; clerk E. C Mfller -
Seven Fort .
appear upon the official ballot on d
C. L. XlJ NtES.
In A. D. 1905.Th .
; polling place, school house.Na .
blank furnished by the Committee M. MarshalL
aad Detail Made following officers are to be nom -
Plans Speeileations J.-Iupectora, H. L. L.
accompanied with the few above set Number Eight OJus J. W. Hllller.
for Buildings of All Hinds Fine inated at said primary election to-wlt: FOR STATE: SENATOR. W.
N.
Residence* a SpeeUlty.Orricc i forth with & U Patterson Secretary Number Nine. Lemon City- Burkhardt H. Butch; elect 3
1 United State Senator. hereby announce myself as a candi W. Comstock polling place eta
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of the County Democratic Executive MitchelL
1315 AVENUE D. 1 Representative la Congress Second for State Senator fro-a the Thir house
Committee on or before the list day Number Tea (1aIDJ-C. D.
Congressional DlotrIcL'I Senatorial District of Florida, I No. Inspectors.. 'W. H. Cox. C. A.I .
of April. A. D. 1904. Number Eleven: Coeoaaut "
Justice of the Supreme Court for the to the wm of the Democratic I
DL s z. CJU7D. This April llth. 1904. A. T. Carter. Mall. Jess Danghtry; clerk. Cuflea
full term of sixn.. to be expressed at the primary Pence; polling place,, school house. .
W. A. Flier :
Number Twelve. Cutler- .It
DENTIST. 1 Justices of the Supreme Court Attest: Chairman. Number Thirteen Silver May 10. JJn4. 1 No. Inspectors, J. E. Chambers.L .

OBee la WstMa BatMlac. *.ut-....t eeraei, dAv. 1 Governor. George P. Bull.Secretary, T. M HUDSON B. Taylor T. M. MoRa; clerk H. s.
.... tats W. HILL
D .4' ... .
1 Secretary of Stata. tern. T1bUls.Fla. P. Hodges; polling place, school aoas*.
.. pro Number Fourteen DeertWd
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MIAMI FLOIRDA. 1 Attorney-General QUALIFICATION OF TOTXBS. Sullivan. I No. Inspectors., Z. Caveoder. Jao.Umstead. ;:

I Comptroller. First Primary-Tuesday. May 10. This March IS. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. :I R. F. Saxon; clerk W. B.

Home SeekersAttentJoo. 1 Treasurer. 104.Secocd. 1M4.A.T. I hereby aaaouac myself u l candi I CasseU; polling place, Hardes's tor*.
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1 Superintendent of Public Instruc PrIr-Tae.cI&T. Jane T. for the offlc of Prosecuting No. 7.-Inspectors. R. A. Bryan W.

tion. 1104. fluperrtoor Rsglstratioa.; Dad for Dad county, subject to At-I. L Braco.",. D. ONai; clerk Frank

You will find it to your interest of Stmoahan; polling place. Stranahaa1
1 Commissioner Agriculture. Democratic elec -
primary
to call oa me before investing- General Election-Tuesday November ;.I '
1 Railroad Commissioner. H. F. ATKINSON. sew hail _
rent Famished Real houses bargains and ia real rooms estate to 1 AdJllw t-GeDera1. (. 104.Th I CANDIDATES FOR \ Miami. Fla. :! No. Inspectors.. H. Padgett. J. r. :

registration book for the primary I Newly J. W Ives; clerk. R. Cothroa
city and country. Insurance taxes, 1 State Chemist I j'i ;

collections, etc.. attented to. I 1 Judge of the Circuit Court. Seventh election will be opened la each Aasesseem.sb will .. tavirtsS FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE i, 'polling place school house.
UTe license election i district la this county oa No.ID.pectora J. S. }"
a special authorizing Judicial Circuit Dade and weekly Metropolis fc Psrdae. A.W.

me to prepare all kinds legal transfer 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial March 2*. 1M4 sad will be kept open ..... er In either edition for Ice I hereby announce myself u a can- !i[' Cromarti. J;: & Peters; clerk, J. B. ..

of real estate Low fees. Circuit every day. Sundays xqptd. until th* CsadMetes for County Ceoua' for Jostle of the Peace la Dls- Pendleton; polling place school nova*.

Prompt attention. = Ztth. day of April. !*M. at which Um sad members> ef tile school board No. Inspectors.. L. A. Osbora. J.
1 Prosecuting Attorney. No. 10. and respectfully ask the
C. C. CARROLL. charted ea-aalf these .-ta.No .
Notary Public 1 Stat Senator Thirteenth Senatorial they will be closet aaaouaeesMat inserted .. of the voters la iiI4 district ;M. Burdine. Frank Jaudon; clerk M. R.

1m A YL D. 1IU& SECOND sr. District The registration books will not be two William S. H11L Kellnm; polling place. city halt

reopened for the second primary election. No. Inspectors.. Jackson Peacock
1 Member of the House of Represen I
R.e11ab1eGnoI tatives. roM COUXTT & I hereby announce myself a candid- John MeKlnsi. J. W. Galloway;

OIoddae. 1 County Judge. All persons may register who are for re-election a* Justice of the 'clerk. Fletcher Albnry; polling pine. _
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To the DwnoenUta Toters of Dado : 'Old Hard_ .
citizens whether they have paid their -
1 Sheriff. in this the 10th district As I

W.C.MAYNARD.ATC..D East le red-One. 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court poD taxes or not; but they cannot rot I ty.hereby PVrtda announce: nursetf a now serving la this capacity I'' No. Inspectors.. W. A. Cooper. J. .!:
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unless their poll taxes which be ., Gea Stine uuai.r. W. J. LMM crif.. ,
1 County Assessor of Taxes. may tar sloetloa' to the omee orc..at7. appreciate aa eadonemeui in i
I1asseIIcm1IIJ 14uei: 1 Tax Collector1. legally due are paid U provided by of Dado FlorMa. subject with the Democratic pria- clerk Geo. W. Hoodie, ; polling place.

itcfea, OKki; eltrj, icGEO. win of a majority of the Brown *: Moodie's warehouse. .
I 1 County Superintendent of Public Injtmctloa. law.POLL j I vote... as wm be ....... !a sanal'I of returning for a second term <;' No.
13-la.pectora. Henry Gooaa...
OR CAPITATION TAX. ; oeraU primary May M. nee Incumbent who has satisfactorily

1 Payment of poll taxes for 190S and C. H. the offlc ;Ernest Mall Will Anderson; clerk C. fi

L. MCDONALDCOCOAKCT Surveyor.Treasurer. IMS Is a prerequisite to voting at all dw Miami. John C. Gramllng. W. Hill; polling place school_
1 County
C tiSs..is &lJeer elections this year. No. Inspectors, J. W. Saxon W. l-

mad .WI.wIq ...... a -" t County Commissioners. EXEMPTIONS. '. K. BKTsEX; FOR STATE SENATE R. Blanton. W. H. Slstrnnk; clerk J. '

OBOVK. FLA. t Members of the County Board of Candidate for I hereby announce my eaaddaey for 'C Holly; polling place, school honw.
The following conditions exempt
Public Instruction dw County Senator from the Thirteenth It was moved and carried that name
1 Justice of the Peace la and for Districts persons from the payment of capitation
II District of Florida, subject 'of candidates for members of the county

J. A., DANN. Noa. L X. J. 4. I. a. T. 5. 5. or poll taxes: FOR COUNTY )()( the will of the Democrats of Brerard executive committee be placed on
11 and IX nnt-AII one who has lost a limb The friends sad .
10. 1L many Dadecountle to be expressed at 'the regular ballot.

.f sr.,.......... ..... I Constable la and for Districts Noa. la battle. the present member of the I primary election May 10th. '". It was also moved and carried that

j .. J"- L J. a. 4. a. .. 7. 3.5. 10. IL 1J 8eccacl-Aa on* who was IS years County Commissioners for M. Beabrook Sams.. 1 candidates for game warden be plated
...web.s .
.. an M
...... Eat... and 1*. of age on or before December 31. 1ML 1'I county hare prevailed upon I .*. Courtenay. Brerard Co. Fla. 'oa the regular ballot aad the candidate

taM... IUI'OLEnIIONEYADTAR 1 Presidential Electors. I II Third-Any one becoming of age (SI stand for re-election, and for said office be assessed $1,*0. ".

,I 4 Delegates at Large to National Con years old) oa or after January L IMS. sent their names, as follows: FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. Mr. Johns, of Precinct No. 1 heeded

: vention. Fourth-Any one who had become a Aicher. George W. Lalnhart In his reslgnstlon as a member of the t
I a candidate for the of
2 District Delegates resident of this State and county ja McDonald John Sewell and am position committee and the same was accepted.A .

.... ...... .,....... Flom 1 II Members at Large of State Committee. or after January 1. 1tOI. Belcher to the voters at the to the National Democratic motion was made and carried that
at St Louis )(0., for Seei
If properly registered any of the antic rrtvary of May 10. 1904. i Inspectors and clerks be paid $..00 per
| Conitres4onal District I am
ARE YOU GOING 1 County Member of Stat Committee. above can rot at all elections State _____ |l to refer to the entire Democracy per- day.The

1 Member National Committee. and county held this year, without FOR SHERIFF. next meeting of the conmltte
Orange
county regarding stand- '
my
Noah West ? 1 Supervisor of Radatradoa. was called for April 21. 1904.r!
or paying any poll or capitation tax. I as a Democrat, and If I am for
County Fish and Game Warden i T* the DoBocratie voters ., Dado : There bria* no further business a
THE I PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS.Persons enough to ban your aid la
Ty. Florida: ,motion wan male. and carried to ad- '
1 Member of Dad County Democratic under the following conditions I bvrfcT snmnmce myself a county at the election I shall journ.,

LoniSYille &: NashYilleRailroad I Executive Committee la and for will be liable for ODe poll tax for .. .WtkMi t* tile office of Mly appreciate It and can assure GEO. P. BCLU

Predneu NOT J 1. 2. 5,1,7,5. only for IMS or IMS. as the cue maybe : Dade County Fiends, subject "rang county Democrats will also t'
.' win ef tile majority ., Ibo Secretary Pro Tern.
5. 10. IL It 12. and 14. : It
Ofiors unexcelled |>aaseng. '_nloe. voters as wfll so --.s la the
Modern train currying Pullman The rule governing said primary Any one who became SS year old arratfe primary to ho kM Mar aX Very truly yours BALLARD HOREHOUND STROP
election shall be the sam aa those dw JOHN i! U. N. Bachelor.
during will be to {
IMS required SI i
sleepers, las-to-daM. _!aft, free re- pay !i Winter Fla. Imeedlately relieve hoarse, creepy
the Democratic Executive Park.
cllalag chair. cars, and dining ears adopted by : for account: of poll tax for that year. cough oppressed rsttllnt rasping
southern eitie Committee at their meeting held la I Ally one who become of (SI I hereby announce myself as I' and difficult
Me.... aorthera and may ace FISH AND GAME WARDEN. breathing. Henry \..
Jacksonville, on January 3d. 104. for I dldat for Sheriff of Dade i iI I; ,
serttee ia the old) at Urn during IMS Stearns druggist
Tb best dials* ear .. yean any I Shullsburg.: Wia.
Houth.All = governing State primaries, so far at will be required to pay 11 for poll tax Florida at the next I hereby announce myself a candid write May 2$. l!*>i: -I hare been
BIll Tarovfk TiekeU ria !1 the sam will be applicable to the mary, sad ask for the votes '
selling Ballaid's
Agents for the year 1901 'I' for the posllon of Fish and Game Horehound Syrup for
county primary. Those aDd only those fellow Democrats and those '
L.&N. 1 i Any one becoming a resident of this of Dad county subject to the 'two years, and have sever had a prep
persons shall be permitted to become be qualified to becou: voters I 'aratlon that has
State and county during IMS win be of the Democratic prat). prima- > given bett..tJatae-
rrratosebed; ....*, s.d sleeping car ,: candidates before, or rot at or par- liable for the poll tax for 1.... primary. I promise. If elected to election May 10. 1904. 'tion. I notice that when I sell a bottle
reservation* apply to UHpat In themaaagemeat of said primary -
fully p.rf-nm the many duties Edward A. Graham. 'they com back for more. I can hoo-
WHO ARE
LIABLE
TO POLL TAX.AU
who declare their adherence
J. M. Fleming.r15rtes.s election catty recommend IL25e Wei fl.OO
male Inhabitants who SI
rwwaor Afvat. to the principles and organization ar 'Sold
responsible office.. FOR CONSTABLE. by Red Cross Pharmacy. ,
w may IrMt. cf ag and were under SS I
a.aw.r....I'lLlOtEY5l1ONEY of the Democratic party. Nstlorsl. years years J. M. I Ow .

I State and county, who are by of ate December SL 190L -. .
Palm Beach I hereby announce myself as a can
the laws of the State lawful electors Any one l.ecomlng a resident of this ,
for the offlce of Constable la When a woman admit that her
'| of the election districts la which they State and county prior to January 1.
FOR CLERK!: CIRCUIT LOUR No. 10, promising If elected to 'child has a disposition Ute Its father.
.. ..... oTTer:: to vote who have paid their poll IMS. will b* required to pay poll tax
I
,.,1.- .., .... I hsnbjr ssao moe IQeIIt a* a discharge the duties of said 'this la an admission on Jaer.that
I taxes legally due not less than ten for IMS and IMS. data for tile emir of dork! of th I'the child Is not perfectA
*, subject to Democratic primary
60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE days before said primary election ands If they become a resident after Jan- cult Coot ., Dado Cooaty. _""
,the action of the iautistlu ; 10.
!ho shall when challenged by aa elecUT. nary L IMS. and before January L.IMS. ,
man who ha
dw E. L. L. M. Nicholson never stood against
pledge in writing upon oath be- they ylll required pay' poll January .. anti i I a bar. and builds railroads doesat

: to-! any inspector, to abide by and tax for IMS only. : : I know what sodden wealth Is.

: t support the resul: cf such primary, and Any ODe reaching their majority (21 1 take this method to Inform th HEALTH IS YOUTH.

support the nominee thereof. years) on or after January 1. IMS. will er* ef Dad < .nl) that I wfl tw FOR
d>.lat* for reelection to the once of I i Disease and Sickness Briag.Old Age.
,: Tha polls shall be opened and closed Ia f be subject to payment' of poll tax for ,I It
.f tile drcutt Court
tb
Tao MAfUlSD subject to -
''G"' ,: the several election districts at the IMS: I the DosMeratie prtasarlos. STATES SENATOR Herbin taken

Co.vaiGNrs it h.,ure' lied by the general election law. la all ease of exemption of a voter e I pr
awe,...n.nr wNer ww..4..r..--.-r.e-....h..r., Tae: following named persons are hereby from payment of poll taxes, to must tko of the oOe. m the future as VOTE FOR 1 1I'breakfast will keep you In robust
:
:-'It.: :. .... C. ...c. to tile boot of mv ability I'health
M.-.Rir..a .h.L. 11---Pus. appointed Inspectors and Clerk for I secure of the supervisor of registration fit yon to ward off disease. It
be grateful t these who will fa
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I
"-';'._.=I..S5..el.a= :=M..a:;m;tae& U e seven: election districts. : I!| a certificate setting forth the fact that with the r 9Ot_ P, TAUAFERRO ;cure constipation.. blllJouapep -. dys

See report of committee meeting on such voter Is exempt If the certificate dw E. C. !-. a. fever skin and liver and kidney -
Sricatific Rmcrican. NAME IS COMMONLY PRONOUNCED I.
I first pate.) exempts the voter from payment of I complaints. It purifies the blood
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-.a.---. _.. .. r poll taxes for both years (IMS and I hereby aaaorac Kywlf a At IF IT WAA and clears th. eomplexiom. Mrs. D.
.r sr..w.W..y..1. .
.;:::Lw w..N.6. eoid by Si, .z=t t I The voting shall be by ballot 011'' fw tile emee ef dork of the W. Smith
1903). It property registered' he can' ., Whitney Texas writes Apr.
'ti.-kets for Dad .
jCourt Couaty. subject
NeW : furnished SPELLED .
4NH &Co.us Y9 by the Bate }J. 1JOJ. "I have used Herbin
sad bad
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then vote
In-1|
._ _IF. w._ upon presenting to the County Executive Committee: and all such eertiflcat' Una.V It the best medicine for constipation
j I specters exemption.If :
ills! close of such election the Inspectors the voter to subject to only one Z. T. I / ::1 and liver troublea. It will do aU you
Booaa TMa. Fla. IlTOLlVR.1J[ claim for It. I
fOIEY5K1 EYCUDI can highly
recommend
I and Clerk shall proceed to caavaas I poll tax either for IMS or IMS. the
It- Me
..... a..ra'" I tM i I the vote la accordance with die Stat earn ml will !apply a* to securing I I hereby aaaouae myself a* n i !]Pharmacy.n bottle. Sold, by Red.Cross




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THE DAILY
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MIAMI METROPOLIS.s. I V t. .- .-J] '(0 (he arti\, le in )('St..r., John C. Jones, candidate for Slate the qu..tJotI-lt. canot be safe to I DO NOT AIL TO SEC I

for this hi. break ranks until the danger la entirely
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...,.. . 0" -". ''''' .'" '"-. to -\Vh> Tatu.-n o man tl.and. clean campaign, and i i>y I I':I.Stll less can it be safe to WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE

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it f. tlt11lRrW,1"\'filers' ; i I I' M 1 ,,,..un. where nut dirt'r..r -ti\: 'r.-i.r unto l..tnpullr\!: !.. ioi-. ..trn. In the old time, bolt! ronVt'Ot -

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hii'icht this* 'h ':1,1 now th'tmrn an il, other *tirrond- ,
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On. UYek. t t.v \'>.rr.. r .. Vg II '.. r; .. i \. ..- I' ,.:al bii ..,e. (I.>f bin that he was ini ; .'urf.l: 1 lI l-\ > !L" uaxiriifIii3 to tii'il head for -1 [ Lou Crates. i

I i A trn; or-- a .MoJ I I man or set of men. a-il; tn far .r- h< -'i-MrrT.' : K\ < r .'kl1'10 that

The l IJaml; : 1'.ft.: quaint.; '. J r I" : PI. ar I h.. ail Taiu,I known he has made his 'II'-II'' i < ..".., 'a'v N" an1-.' '1-.,/ hn-' ro c:1-

AJVflrtl rites made known on i: .i r ; !", > s: _'II'r j.,,.,",sx itnHit a.'diiK: thin )I.,:<., ai..l Iitrowln -' >;., :T'tHj-j' of the i ni-e tl.it ..,ni.1! hive 't l'h.ter & : I.irr-.cv.: Ijami i 1.

app>1 l''atioii.TELEPHONE. r ::0'i .. :i j- i. 'I!!,' ir- ., il ...-;-,1\\,-. ; ,sl.nrl ready to ">urn ml mi U I rn i'\a"-i d! tad 1 I'e ni'.v:>'iii'>"t'1 titer y .; St'lI-=::::::::::rsizicir
61..:R '. dit 1 .. "1.-d i i-< u' i i-r trough of thefltvt :
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4 ,. H ,1 "J.ul; a shield I .. <1 1 I",.,. i for it and to predict hit nom.uato. :
OFFICEMKTKCjPOLrS BUILDING : fu In s''r orirtn 'srd."The : Lo'l.:1.: Ora'toa
large majority.
a
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41: and 434 Tw4llth Str.N-t. i I In of strOllS sad ', '. Nai-hville: Bir"" r r"i't" 'lout f dll D.le
t. ,_:; 1(0 -.Ifon at thai lime that Mr I this day ![ o'it.-ir<' ov-r ounty. i

Opposite Court House. -* o ." :l.. w as ou the ground) a:a a i spy.Y.d [ rivalry a candidate for any once i-.tn' 'hat a arty nay "".-.1! rue.. and Is it- ........_-_...- ..........-........-.-. .... -w...... ri .................$....44B

that h.- hail iiiade nj. h. met! u,, ; lie on one ride or the other to g.tfollowing. Ai i well for itOTI; mfmt'ers to ad-
.:OYPd.!f..Tl\'L JllTAltCE .
generally. lout in the .a*> :-,iistr: it We :slower that In the I .
J. -- Fr-JM Kt k ,.iFort ,:u". .\.." ',\.r-r. 1/IP,r.-l editor> a..l of frail the MtropolMU. 10 '/m i i I 'I'of the JuIIrlary: and prn..f'.tIclt! allotne :<<"tb the man: who would break downih. ......................... ................. . .Mi

To. .' I- III,... I 11ili" \ r I I. a.r.\ ..! rely| ri- 'i..T.lial s a ;* hire should... exfeiitions ..s'the ,.1 l : ,- fartwhich .tar ds! behind! the control i
: ..... I ...... w of the taIt'! -,,1 situation for theortl.let Epicurean Restaurant \
for these xho-ild be
told ti.ti n.! it t'i. \;i.-rro o's; w f. .f ; oo'a men place cc'ccted -
w..t. .. .. .... .
-ivi.7.atlon.
yr
m
: met nee
......... ... .. v Y *etoss. -I,IM :li..'n a" ..I'n{ <..n pa,! r earl> in t tht. |I' lierau.e of their ability and non > a .

N' tl..o....'fe! r.. ".a .M;* .101.y ,"II. 7* .- r :,. .t a 'I..' 'M,1| ,> r-aily tv on 'oartl"llnsbl". so that no malt rho.. :ami h" I I.* rte t;-' arrow asai"1 the :. 10;- 12th Sr.Continuws :
ata fit I 't th.fta be It I react of hit mother while] sulijecting .
a.r tt.rtw t. ii .- .-! MHit..; ie l.ulldint; morild honorable cs-n ru \ r

Ol.atni.tots.......ar t ,".C. ::1'* IY4 p,- .. r '. an.l I "'.s ,.,.<-rt aid, that t'i* i: be said of them that they are ur.
.. Cicalurro Cape I+.r 'i t ., .,o- r.7 atr. 64a J a'-' r ... .t it--!'! I.- in k.- ij'iiic a !th the obligations to anybody. Tilt are rr.- ....... .4......... ..e. ... ............. ...... ......

?.- moo tim, .. ....1 "i-.i.., -- ..f t>ns i>rii,.:reiiiive city In I to do their duty without fear or far The old county commissioners have - ,
.. ts.-" BaAOL.a. I _alreij mare fri'-nds and votes by reason H. J. rut K t
.. .." tse r\ r.'i i.liavi i. Mr. Jones U In such pnsif.on.. lu,1I B. )t. BAtt Jr:
I, .,..: .iMii-ied; the informationcanard he hence his nomination which seems .13.xnred of the unt>
*. MAY 7. 1904. this "vrry truthfulman went will be-.gladly welcome, thin by the op->I"iI.OD.:1 they mill : I PeeK 9 Bailey

.. .tl Mlam. u Itf r>'!:< ''rnate.l H a large plurality :
I 'i>-a.1! anil arra" t> tome to
', ''INDEPENDENTS AND: OCI.\LiSTtlYeptrrdays viitiThe fer-m'm'ed: prO'Je! |m re- YACHTS. LAUNCHES""SAIL;
t Ot out tb*, ole next Tn'i.4atj ; if ir I 1tart S an-st Stare weekly" pa- & ROWBOATS

:.ou hare 1C hire "a haul" i r a- 'tat ai"..oun' ed He was then I. -rrt the nn'l-rhariln methw's adoptedliy Overhauling; and KeiMiriuMarine: : RJih"3Y.
Tlmea-Vnhm contaJi.et'an the Record "afiit its Clique! of court
\ n'rail to n-k, a ihiily. I.no"ln that iOtlnn: : II. .
..s --0--- : editorial: which Is veiiliarl\! |>| "ioj .oii-e t... L. n, who are allo anxious MIAMI. FLAe
the field.
ouM!
:h" M truinii! n O< 'tII'Y '
} Are you a wiehliBr"'..<'IaI1>lt. cArt STiate to the condition in Da.V cou..tv their baud into the trensniV.T .
to
j pet
;f .}'OIIa, plain everjsJay Iruoorai? 'i "iriK lar i ur i>n he and i.tidtd,lia!,I Ira to heading Mart;a and mar rv-- j owi', hy adding the cord PoHalNt]; at..ij iere is not a I'Psle member. yf the .- _e_.-.-+...-._.....- e_ eI . . . .

j the aord "independent" herever it .iM l oard of county rommissioners but :
thinu Ih'.1 Bud arnnged to Ret o-if
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j_, Some of those little .>tate bonne f1W1't a monsipr e lition' ktiovring that the o/vurs. Here it to: !!.>' Be< mii,'h taxes in bade co-intv as |I, !I 51e t +

_t.. a ill'noon be banting>orw "site ." Mfroi'oii;,* would Ii-- out .> an afternon | "For a generation: the SouthernIeeatoerat ill the new candidatesomhlnej.. Who '' 39 Carlos

t Bow. ,...,..r. After rearbing MjiI j has been a partisan .ho haoC the h"I rleht to exnend the tax ;: ...,


will-oL.-- \ -nil Timlin Dial: on account of the rfeIsv i' sand "vote straight if a yellow* dog morevT Tt<- who pay them or those t por/nr'y/ : 5rtf palm }Jiot?1. .-
The l>ut on pain rain; were the raadldate." Thi has made ho simply want oe! for what there t t.t
that a
: the :Metropolis biiildrcg ,
Corner
on Avenue B anj 11th Street.
to carry the Hernaodo county ttflrer. the Solid Ponth-by this fine front to '
'is in it.
hit would not begin u a daily I
J\_ : '>lder hone to rot., \' "r.tiov..mh..r! parr: or Dt'<-Pm'.r. Stoienan the outside world the South has ..ndared t Gus. A. Muller Proprietor

,. lung out ofja
all attacks and come !
The SUM-kton-Barrs-BrowarJ bur<-a'i\- quickly change l his plans bee |- .

J easy be eipected to work ovmime V". etc and started the Keror.l as an contest tat! world have forcer enn1fed I + Open all the year
jn coutitry -
| > a Jtf'OPIf'PN strong: a I I I
from now until the 10th. '1r\mOO!) taper.
-- Now the M-trofioIN did not ret | less favonn It may he that theontaut I I $i5i' per tai y :i u'. Special per wort and to Com-
attack made upon all herntercwts ;I i meroia! ..... .
with itiriir..al ] l..r-e Rm:
'ared and refuse to fo ahead : Sample rtis.
Politics majr mate strange bnUellJ '' I
by: a party whk-h held poser t I*. O. Box H$ '
all)! right but time will be rover' ; plans ir* they bad been giveno FOR I .
\ I na'nly latise of Its ntymition to .
enough for come of theft next week.e ; "pryirjt" Su>neman. and when !it I everything Southern has given: thl coi 1 -e> 4 . . . .

--.- ;ot ready it came right: along with its ; ==-==-.- -
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to Southern Demorrao' may -- -:0.- =.:::=
heaktn -
and. although the i United 5'tes S nator
It win be plain Captain Itrooard.Mr afternoon paper (
lie .welt that only th. common sense of
Stockton and Jim Ilarrs aft.r nut Kenrd had been established and had i ( I Hotel Biscayne -=
.
months the people did a i cmnroon danger at bom.danIfC.'r:
Tuesday i iTaHaffiro the field for to
-- : Ror-k: to Metropolis: and did hand :I that has never slept for a generation ] V-I< .
November
makes a rood Impressionwherever n i their Milwrrlntlon and adrertUingn I could alone make a great J population ; fe riTr ht. GRAHAM, Proprietor
i thing j jI
fce grew. With the I1Ih..rsldf. unexpectedly sathrfartory man- ; so nearly: unanimous. Be these

I It'i mostly -depression"' Just ""i r.an And to show the rormtness of I i *H ti y may Southern men of the best James P. Talafeiro. Corner Avenue D juJ Twelfth Street. J,

now. the, statement the Metropolis is willTJ i type 1I..e001I together under every ,

:\ __ I 'n t' ,. Zit: Tfr-th .ln<>e the dally' ; : I ml.tatlnD and all inducements to' MIAMI FLORIDA

'If When the Jape take Port Arthur. anted and compare the receipts ofhis ':, Ires; the line--the front shown to Me- !i Whose name is com- I
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Russia then the bottling I of the Record neHan, and Grant under I ee and Ja-kI -
( can attempt : nice," with those i 'oooooocoooooooo
art that la, if she has any stopper* a ld If tb-v! ir- not found to be twice i I'pon aid Johnston was not firmer ortore ,I monly pronounced as I I XXXOOOOC
I left 1 give a hundred dollars tony '! skilled to endure all things than
I "- murh to & Safford Piano
I Co
-ft charity agreed m-on. "as the political battle line whichucrveded if it was spelled ,,

... If Emma Goldman. Herr Most MId The Ro-ord has not proved a good .. the aurender at Appomattox.'I' tiaxrp55teJ !10.001)1101

hat lied In Florida= they I firmness a thing to be :
C'MljOA! for Its owners and "Was that "
'hi&for! \!: Miami nor Sots n.r.sentst1..e.Steinway.
might Just as well I ran for oSre on the mil. It has not had tbe-ttnan- regretted now? Has the need for '... '

... D o.'I't'ratletktf'l., too 'I t iri never support>> of the lea.ttng business"en ,, lidlty departed with the practical i'j "Toliver & Son's New York. k'Other

----- and It never will! elimination of the negro rote ai d
of the mnfy Jnen: = :;"".a. = C=.. Dostn..
of. It'i a long brae that knows no turn- =:mpljbe a'I>W of Its policy of roe I.departure of the carpethag ard Ih"l l lI lI

lag. and the tide in now turning" In'' '''mnlng everything and everybodyiKire ..c.awac. rave as these are : Q ; High Grade Piano nud. PidDo Players.

earnest against that Interesting poltl-! ted with the railroad company : MIIODg as by the paternal fondness of Q Pianos from $225 up. Cash or easy payments. Tun-

nl I (|iurtet-Stockton.. Darts Bniwarl .> tl'-h has made the city of M'sml .hat i the National Government rather' than X n'pjr: anal' l Rr"p Trin:. \ fc'\ Lai ains in sliylitly;
and Jennings.When Reuni
n-- i I... and made it po-wible for the !!"f'.i! |pi.l.II..s OI -!1 t-, t-ninifs.

t'\ have a ple to try to five aftersviuc I J .
the "ini-lde b''loroC thepresent l.eec .1.,1 out of Its fonner I I .-oy.'OOOOCx"r.: : re ,. ..." ... ")O.OO'"OOO" .
hi written, the artnnh : : .
campaign
DEMOCRATS - --- '
t: ',..me liecanse, of Its same optrtsit'otrror.ss ATTENTION .
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>traUon end of it wilt make high1" 1 I If o and progressive. people. I S L .
IT 'Intt-rmtirc! reading for the taxpayer bad hush .
TryinK": and "...IIIK Is a tV.r
of the Slat { .
; than "bilious- I
deal worse
great
f es;--a I .


: ':1tl The>tktoft Ocala remind Banner It of My Teddy that RiH John.>..- es..:' tad will- _kill..quicker.-- (| Send [Florida's Delegation to National [Democratic I

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remind m of lien Ttllman !
nIt. He RECORD'S DYING GASP. BEGINNING
M with most of the ginger and all!1 of the i Convention() at St. Louis
!' continues to print false

1 'Klv Mt' oat I .ntlmations The Record about the present boaricounty EVe '"" _"" _. ...,_...._____. _
0 j Ur\TIN"STR.UCTED.: -
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After nl Tuesday FatherinLaws >f coml11l..iun. having\!: the .

Mann *I11 dlarorer! that the ctrl to .tidies signed! by "Men of North 4I I \ will sell; 't: lctl)' .

I I. not nllm"t other such signatures. 4 for cash. This
7" the failed State Senate .'tile. oon. ",. and ,.t.ts

tered among the good roartg on whim ,, I Everything points to tMs' av a Demio ra'lc year. Roorevelt.] who has been us in pcs tion to make Special
: .
he no toqn t 4
I
a-- the real authors of thei-e stoner. the nominee of the National Democratic
tb..1 now didate. The signs!! of the time point to and deliver jjrxxis Sale
It is always la order to "bury \nd the purpose for mhlch they are I Convention! as the next president uf the I'nited States.It ;
and nerer more no than at be. Influenced In I promptly. Call ;"', \.1.
hatrhet ritten. and will not is Important to the 1..11".cr-y of a small State like Florida that it

r' the present moment The "Three 'j:[ iheir voting: thereby. I should be on cordial terms and have -...m.. Influenie with the National Ad- we ii ill convince you i 0 F

i. Frleads are united ran the friendsz 'I I The Record Is up against! the propoUlon i j ministration. i that Me can save you .Inv
I
: the people a4ord! to be disunited. ; that "campaign funds" will "' ..101I :1 If Florida should send a\delegation to sr'. Louis Instructed to vote for a >ney. if Men's Summer :. .t'
Iro .. I
... exhausted and that something else : certain: candidate "first last and all the time." all hope of establishing: such

? That .. another thing about old the rag-tag primary 'I I"U"t l>e don to put It In position to i relation would be lost: It would be |n"tsible for Floriila to be la the absnrd.I f Reynolds 1
Almost any I Clothing
(
i. system. for office on It ,lie, able to meet Its pay-rolls. It see I if not ridiculous, attitude of voting repeatedly for a candidate who had long
bobtail can ran I
and t eban.to get some of_the public 1 been eliminated from theconiestFlorida ''g .

1- regmrdlew of past party animations orpresent moneys if It can succeed In defeating should rend a delegation to St. Louis t'NlNSTKl'CTED. .leaving + AT
beliefs. j Lasseter.
political o the old county commissioners and it U the delegate free to cast Florida vote fur the man who Is BEST FOR THE f Cohen's.she

"'IIriftIUtleSorI..1II class will I making the dying; effort NATION. BEST FOR DEMOCRACY. BEST FOR FLORIDA DEMOCRACY. .
; Tie
l8atuog tomorrow ight.There Poor Record! After next TuesdayU BEST FOR DEMOCRATIC S('('( *S. .
Us .
bold has. been BO mandamus proceeding ....ltor..111 be found suffering from The Democracy of Florida should be represented la the National Democratic ::1 i i

to compel It to change lh t very much worse Illness than biliousess. Convention by Democrats lNPLEDGED and \' ISSTRI'CTED..hona

a of* m eUag.i with which disease he credltihe ..(.,.Uk... If necessary, their personal choice and vote for that Democrat I .j i
place editor, and from hi
i i i a Metropolis j whom the hour may produce.
Indorse the It to feared that bwill I
;- Will Bettor Mallory resent symptom :
placewbett sod hopelessly BOompos From State at LarCe.
candidacy
for re-election? __U.. ,
I
"b* come mp (Vote for three.t

For Stockton ta bound to bob np ..- T. J. APPLE YARD.W. .
@ par 5
.. long as be Corse
renewal every primary The tale will soon be told J. HILLMAN. Ai
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hi.etas.
to print
tbe prtater* I
can todwce CLAUDE!: L'ENGUS.

om the ticket. Mr. HollowaY appear to have mad I i I Welt palm B
bringing charger "From) Congressional Districts
that If not t serious mistake II 'Situated on Lake Front adjoining
Job Stockton admits caaaot substantiate.We : w \ for two from district yon are In.) It rot want a salt of clothe. Bad :
Sheets b* lea
be willbeVniteei igalnst Park. A cool comfortable
State Senator ; I i Qty place :
electe4Cmltod about a* much. use for th Third.Ins to lit you and oaraatoe4 to At you. at
have Svcond.
Bkim, This to.OM aasertlowdMJ aaak. tit be--. Fimt. j I to stop at". wltt good table rrlce. j
wfllbe4i:. Jolla win Csar" as wp have for a FUUJEB. D. N. BATCHELWR. F. O. RENSHAW. i Sample room for traveling men.
MbUc *. L all time, and IIMr. 11 r j .R. { price that are tight co to SeweTT
'eve U fair play GAlLDEX. C. L. WILSON
bereafer D L.
bpi v.r JORDAN.
probably be m *traa tkat. a tool u4 bl* Holloway has made a fool of himi -. A. P. Adv. l Mrt. U- B. rW. P,.idru6. Tailoring .MabllahaMat. CI

ha ta. ....* i. be should be taeLaaerer.

meal soot lW ta.

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.. H. M. KING, STANDARD PATTESNS TAIE "= DESICREII."

. Funeral Director and Embalmer. : : "THE HD E At"


lJOIA'E'lloD- ,'<,

,. Primpt Attention. to Telegraph or r.I lcpi
I ;:1 j Dry Goods and, Millinery Store. '


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: I Ion .n \" .' ti cri's<> of several day '
t TMC 1 50 I .- '
to tli.- o" .r a.-I. -> :g a. far a
= DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.
r ( (rap' ii tom I f. i f'O'- !I.I.! as far a' ,
, - -- Monlday o.Ter E \T.r-\! .lZS :IX D3Y GCODS AND r
--- Whlf I T' 1'jV 7 .. 1.1' .il ii.tat. : we wiU ir.r.ny: MILLINERY and

MIA' I. II.A.. Ma) ;. iwu I ,. ,. ; ... I
"- .r : .r j' a:'ire ,1 1 r'r. s
.ic.n. ; Beady-to-weai goods for LscKes.: It v. i1! pry; you to visit cur store on this particular day. ;

' .' MAIL SCHEDtiLE.r Bargains CLEA.>.L-Y U .'P tECEDLr; .'TED will bo oStred on this day. COME EARLY. r7.C' .

( ':llr'p'UIJ': ""e (Or '!i-' !ar > ?t ,j jI
Arrive from the Xortb-
xh-d!" u'. .. r. hat fof Jar .-.rui isle!! j
I t. 9:05 a m. FIDE SALE OF UP-TO-DATE
A BONA GOODS.
11:15 p. in- '8 tlov is, i.,t ),11- .!> -s. :Vr! I>liin i in is I .) : .

f .., ,0'" "r"\ : o ',,,.'ar. a: ,il I fore..a-'e' :
Close for the Xortb-
r 5:00; a.- m. .,' ; i i r- '-. a*-d a-o rlir.ti .. WAdH'OKESS: :: KARUICS. L..'...*' L lien skirts. C\ '. ap; KIBF30XS.r .

6:45 p. m. h'x ; .'. H., I .. i, iv rt- >1 plat a".. -. A full line of colors both Satin and > ,

( -_ I'u' .' '.. .and < arle: P'ich. > rt. r"'anJ.oIlIr.'d and figured :nut; stripes \\fir, !.. h. :. '. al><": ,idl l Mo!>I.... .0 Silk I!: the regular price of these Rib! =: .

THE UCATHGU.Wai ii U < .. .t-.l ('UI.-". --n>an tram Ib regular value l'>c, JIu-day..5c. yJ. bona Is :;>; and ,tIC; to go Monday at.c;. I. ,

hln ;ton. -For Eastern Florida:. *condtrvt., : < __ i 0. lot of i a'lits' url weds' 1 '- . . . .. ..-. . 18c yd. C'-)

Fair tonight and tomorrow. .. Z Twenty pieces of .he..r real India ior-ii ai.eV6o.en! Skir HTI! d. !'/

-. f ra tb.fl l'c for r-at >tlftI. all new rid up-to-da.f. BABY CAPS. ['U .
Maximum, i r : r 0 Ki. "1. .f Tt- : ..asone o lawn white only quality, ,

Minimum. ''i.JQa21SQ1 tie. ".\H\' < rv ..lid! politician; '.; .. Vonday . . . . Se yd. '" or i double< the p e. iu-.Aa <> "it lot ot H-iby Hats and Caps. :2:

in f1or.
here anti! .' Hotted and Figured !3'I"i "*es. Muslin | _lose at . . . . 25c each
''S V 11t hR"T.1\21X oI here. This (if his f r."t visit 0 >
i Ititiia:, Lawns, Dimities "..-!ra8. and i !?. '... <' :Merceri/ed Can fri P tt1-1 -- --- I i i.u
he .,.a'/fIIl to find such macniflier.ler.lo
K
CHILDREN'S r
I TOWN TOPICS. \ : Pic.ue. worth :roc: and :::>C. special fort i > it :. !IJ-Incn; five ce, < 'i ii h. ruws i I VESTS. e
rrf-ntx a4 along:: the line, ana d -
: .. tt 1<: ; Monday .. . . . .20r.yd. I[ .f tor hon I lane Insert i and t'dlloL;! Several do en Swiss, nibbed! Cbll- C"tst -
.A.LC.Z+C.7X1E (1A .aC.TJC.B1atYL o ) that h.- : r!. to besold Munday at ( t! 'i
c::: tli! dust mri4. blue fra. a.d pink(
ORDERLY CROWD::A large number that Mr Klas'er! tan have aicn ,_ White Satin Stripe Wash Grenadines.1 j eaih. lit'I I ,"" ; .o
.
ne '- "'c I'ar .slue. |j'.V' : :* ..., ..
of net rots m charge of Chas. C. .' I. a.ma: t I..' East foi>t. where h 'c the new summer dress material( cool I : "rl.// ..11,
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.. ...... . . . .. . . . .. ,I LADIES' WAISTS. t-..
Lore went to the House of Refuges h:1': < pro en KU h a N .ral.tor.tr: ""
: -- 1..I..rday... a May Day party and Knight, ioAs ,... k tonight: lut save h e I 'H.;' : .r..." ..:>-, Monday . . . 23c yd |I. --WRAPPERS.T ; Indies' Figured LawnVslts: nicely'' r.ii: ., ..

> ., .' win __ Elide, tucked In clusters, a nice mornIng ii
pent an enjoyable day. Ever)thing b'.;.. to M".t the \la.de; City ne ...'
I made of Perc a1.. .
passed off quietly with no disturbancewhaUrer. ',-r wb''! 'i."I i ---o It In all its glory.v2.32"3 ,: V .. A "!iu-y we ,.1 rhow joi many diffTvrt I :i wrapi-; : waist. Special . .. .. ...,.- eichladles' : .. ..I
-. 'iooOoiI materials: in all colors! consisting i 'inular graduated: flounce, made full I ..., ,
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f- which Is highly creditable to -- -- -- Waltta made of fine t rade of
T"92'7JiR'iTJC' T Z\zM:' t.ae of I.a..s.1"lru: and S.i i Bei.. I evvral cobs and piterns: worth $1.::; 'Ilodl& lawn neatly tucked an f ail roD N'nI f'd. I I and $iy: >. Special. . . . .S8eREMNANTS. _
orth .:.3c:; 'd I')''. for :Monday only ..
: HOTEL ARRIVALS.The wg a: i bemHtltching. new blouse s! -ve. per- I

( WET STREETS INTERFERtD.- ; ;( w') at : . . . .!Ccyd !. -- feet In Ct: special . .. $l.:5 each >
r i
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Owing to the slippery condition of thitreta TAILORED: st iiif S. f I'". \cral remnants of table lie..... both {i -toadies'- Waiet made ofbeer India
yesterday afternoon the members >a. ht :,,-.. u. owi.ed by CVin Ii'Fh andKrn.an
and
-l: < 1.aJ-! Slril.jn Skirt! round: length J n o.lited; turkey t'I'd. !: Lawn seven rows Valenciennes I
of the fire d..partm*>rt did not ir.o l-.r.en rem-
f ( : < ..
in blue and blak.. flie-fforrd. two row i.ace InSf'f'Con on front of aa; :. back
I ::3:
hare their practice as scheduled but e.l out on 1'... wa' s of Pe'k ic P-a.I.-: ;y I wille sold at a bargain. "4 Islw l l'J't
hipsantic tuck'd style sleeve, a
.a of fold of same material on | neatly new very
the until after- ui'.lerK.i :R: exten-.te repairs to he, t'11
postponed rome
same : ..ia1 . . . . .11781 I -- I Jdreuy Waist. special Monday $198
Boon ...bt'n'the streets are dry and con hut a.id a pc-ursl overhauling w'll hlaun I OX: !'ORD SUITINGS.T + ;..;:rk ; t

.41t1ona more farorable. < h...1 l this afternooT looking span! Ladies' white P. K Skirt heavy \\ert) I'lecea of Oxford Suitingse1. Le-lles' Wash India Silk Waists! vein" "

t..L land rues. 1 welt perfect tlUI'! male with seam rat! patterns to choose from; one | tlalutily mails and trimmed with Val- C'-7) I
.
FROM HOMESTEAD COUNTRY.Mr. .- "' flare seven gore, inverted pleat 'ore- ..r t-! mOLt ;j-opular suitinss of the day' t-r.cier.nes I.aoe.' a very pretty Waist !

Drake of the Drake Produce Co., I f The ys-ht: JupiUT. will be' haul(]I ill . . . . . l= 9b Si.-" ,ir-1 I . . . .12Vj yd. :i special bargain at .l248 t 'rtk
stated this morning that although the :JUt thi. afternoon or Monday at Pelft '

tomato crop of the lower county is get I iai4ey's for repair and repaictiQito ,; ;I ,I' "".\\1 I

raJlj: about played out. that some to her hull. .., ,'- V7e take-Subscrip- /o. 2. (" 'I
I ,::;J
flue tomatoes are still coming in from I 'r
the Homestead Country and that they The trading!: M-hooncr Markab. Cap' :.:j 10 CENTS A COPY -1 80c. A YEAR id I

wIt continue no for the next ten days I aIn Ker.nr. ....1I. d this moraine fo I .' lions at our store. |r- uroisrwlllwaysaPresentt I!
I i1. TcirAW,0,
weeks % Elliott Key. ..
OP two i
I ""1 Hel
a. fASwOrt P r

GOING HOME TO VOTE.-All of Quite a party.of home 'folks, lajieiard !!''I I J.; MA4lZ11VC r 110xTtiti' I Ipi
I
the railroad boys now In the ctly and : gent'rcen. went over to theHo'i" .1 i ; I l

",lcI1q .111 Jacksonville ret out if Refuse this morning:: on the launch I. I

tomorrow and Monday for their home LaBreeza to spend the day. a
'i.J E. B. 1)OITGLAS.
city to rote. They art unanimous for .
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.;dc' 11Qi ,
Taiiafrrro. Davis and Clark and predict ILS2".DL43ST'J1'Jt2'32'dflJQ'J. I :> ; :oo.

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their election.-- I AT THE Clil'KCiltSsr : i W ?t' ;'o/_ @

PROPELLER FOR )XSCOTT. Ii -

large eight-foot propeller for! the Plant .IIORRO\\1\"
TO -
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Line morning steamer at Maccott the terminal was dock unloadedthis and 0 1aSV'(1tSJetial tlTC.la1aC :,,I W.: F. MILLER a CO,, School "Will('/ ll Soon Close 1 i

win be taken to Key West oa the next: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -8ulJevt >
f S..eeessors to Edwin Nchon.)
trip of the steamer Miami., There are 11 a. in "Sin In the Light <>1God' 1 "

atao several pieces of machinery and La,.." Subject .:311. Harnessed! i THE Ai.clour! cl-ildren! will soon have a ]long ,'ac fn: from
steamer to be carried UNDERTAKERS
fitting for the sanp! to Sin. books. Why not place them in the
to the band! City.
I b
.! M. E. CHl'RCH SOUTH.- iorning 413 --12th Street. Phone 25.j
ARRIVED FROM HAVANA.-Th subject "Spiritual Worship." Eveningsubject. :

..J.tamer Miami arrived In port this afternoon -j "Moral Derangement; or In. I -- Have you investigated our"Partial r

from Havana via. Key West. sanity.:' II j j! CALLS HIM DOWN. those who have from the very openIng Scholarship Plan?" Anyone is thereby enabled

anj:will sail tomorrow on the return I !{ of the c&.npalRn noiisht: to put the .
and PRESBYTERIAN; t.) obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely.
trip with several passengers a I CHURCH.-Th I junior Senator In a position as false
In recent 1 issue the
GaineiVille Su
heavy freight, which will consist mnlly : subject tomorrow morning; at the Presbyterian j I *'!Governor Jennings down for d alO their own. nominal] cost. Student__tart arrange for use of Practice_Pii.*i
I
l. box material for Havana. Church will\ be "Man's Mot We refer to theses charges, not be.sI -
I daring in a recent public address I '
Exalted Privilege" Anthem. "Search I mine th--y are worthy of the notice Franklin Coleman Bush Director.
.J\ltS1\1R1t'JiNIlll\ Jit V Q11B11Q'wPERSONAL that city that -Senator Tallaferro h ,
Me. O. God At 7:3O: p. m.. the choirwill
!r them fever secured a single appropriate I
sing "Just As I Am," and tot j ---= '"
MENTION. I ha izlnK the of
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J hunts eiii> : futility api.lv'nc '
f o j or the country west of the St. John,I *
pastor will preach on "Double! Profit. mtthoils to -'Ir. HEADQUARTERS.
,I 'in-r. but that the East Coast of Ft.it_ to unworthy a pas .
;focal "amPcp.: Oereral Clement A. Evans Camp Na.
: da had received all the benefits of 11 : BUSINESS LOCALS.C.jtila'.1i(1aCi.1lS1a(1ioilaE.
Ell Lewis of Jupiter Is down today i 471 :.
FIRST M E CHIrRCH.-Tomorrow I Fur whatever Senator Tallaferro h. t S. C. V.
; .
; (Senator Taliaferro's) $Jabors. .
oa baslnem morning the pastor will preach on "Sin "on or left undone, nothing has Inxir ? 15 erA MlamJ. Fla.. May 3. 04
In refuting this statement-and It I II II; ,. ..
GOOD HORSE FOR SAI.l ,
and its Consequences and at 7::15: p. > contributed more to Order No. 1-The members of 0. -
ne which has been maJe by Its dlutinTulched ., ju.tKinent. to A. \\'. Cromani. Lemon .., '
Ckaa Cooley of Buena Vista, U Intows m., there w ill be' a revival service, sub advance his Interests with the people eral Clement A. Evans Camp No. 4TII. '
: author throughout the Stat '- '
today. ject. The Almost Christian" At :3 p. I M lirce than the manner In which S. C. V. are ordered to meet la K.
the SUT very properly says: We use Tennessee ream In all .rce
Mr in, the funeral of Mrs. Anthony Wilson his offli-itl! character and record haveI of P. hall Thursday night May 5th.
; I "Th journals of the Senate of th, and also bar the !
i J, L. Wilder, Pompano. is I In towntoday will be held In the Church. The ; been a'"al! 4, at .:30 o'clock. By orderJ.
tatted State tt.aSerator
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conchwlTely '
prove --- -
on bus1D_ revival meetings will continue next al and C. Abernathy
Ttliaferro has labored'In thI .jjthe I pontl compass upon every Hotels and families ran buy genuine .
week. Commander.L. .
Daily TallahasS -
imaginable.-
I !interest of every measure which sonjch'I pretext Tecnesse Cl't'&m.t Biscayne Drat <
of la lathe
Dr. S. H. Richmond Cutlfr. I I' R. Railey AdJL
to benefit his State, without regard l city today on a business and pleaser. W. T. Bau'kett. secretary to Senator cents
!: Herllon.' and with the object ',
single ivieTr
Screen door sets, 24 at Th
.trip. Taliaferro. wai In the city'today en- >rator Kirk the candidate for S..cretiry We hare received a lot of new. fancychlnaware.
of doing something for the -
JM'Oole Racket Store.
route to JackHonvllle from Key'eaL of State who by the way. Is an The Racket StOft.U'EL .
whom he in
represented Congress
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of |
Eairterlnig. of Cutler one
W.
Q. -: Th re onlu show also that he has Ino .. : M rrrur rid member of the typo- Headgnarteraifaney.groceries: fruits
this Sallle will cake twoexcumkms
the larergt tomato growers In section The launch T CONTEST.One .
nod many bills In the Senati. -'rat! fcl al union Is receiving: the sup- ic. at Wilson I*' Flyt'a. 7
h up today on business. !'I to the beach on Sundays. i business and working
ort of both men
h -1! sere la the Interest of the en.1 :
the Sth. WI;!
t !vepiaoicK tomorrow
vote with every tea cents paid
down last I re !=ht e" I Ten. Ir. Kirk ha not been. able toI Miami Conservatory fit'MUSe.,
Mr. J. A. McDonald came 8:20 1 II
leave the stone dock at a. m. an
I for subscription to Use Dally MetropaUs. -
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Bight from Palm Beach and will re- ', S V-. I It l IF cecessarT to go over In detail I I j i snake a thorough canvass of the State Franklin Coleman Bosh director US
p. m. Round trip I which can be used toward paying 1
wherever
_J..aJ. here a few days !j le record of what the Junior SenatoiI ro oa a':ouut of III health but Twelfth street *M some worthy young person** war '

I 1 I IttI very seldom that the citlzef I I -7ompiiied! for his people or t.apltulate he hat appeared he has carried every.onthing -

Walter Walden and Professor Ma- of PensacoU have had an opportnnlt.: i I .- the claims he baa his way. lie has indulged In no If yon want ice cream that I* good I through a correspondence coarse la

ther of Orange Glad, are among those to attend a more typically political '. V> consideration of all lat Jllpat t I mud slinging and he will win strictly and par bay It of the Blacayn Drag I book-keeping read or stenography.Use half-peg For tan 9
particulars aanouncement
la Ole city today on business and plsare. -- meeting than that at the Armor :| Democrats.I on his merit The working people of Company. They OM. Tennessee cream la to-day's pwoer. 1

ball last night.; There... a long; I| To cite but one instance It Is nec- Florida will support him to a man. UJI

list of speakers some of them the i i aaaary only to refer to the river an d I FOR SALE. I I 1
mule for The beat and
W tNTED.--Good hone or cheapest stationery It
Its Minnie Granger well hoawa toW best In the State and aU talked earnestly ;i harbor appropriation of liino.OOft and!I I will sell cheap for cash at Use Samuel -
\ light ,work good The Racket Store.If .
this
keeping summer;
la this .
the Bartow people living In the hope of Improving thilr: the appropriation of 1500.000 for Government C. Lawrence place up Use Miami

city. was married last night to Rev. chances of election.! Senator Talla building la various section' I i I!care; reference Bolt No. 415. river two young milk cows, three to

T. K. Tork paste tt th. Malherry ferro and Coagrewman Davis were of the Stat of which Senator. Talla.1 -- "-alves mowing machine aid disk yon want Improve your proper
I i Par 'l! see ere' m om. sale at ti, and need to borrow money for the
Methodist Church. (especially well received and epelll I ferro has secured.These I JBlacayB 141 plow. For price and particulars callas (

mad a most favorable Imprew'on appropriations show with suf. I Ui"isamy. or addna purpose, try Geo. G. Curry Attoraay

'Cap James Prltehard. of Tttasmi. apoa the voters present. We belle vs I Indent clearness that. Senator Tall. j I! R. L. Hills. at-law. West Palm Beach. mWANTED.

father of Mra. Frisk T. Badg. of this that aa a result of the meeting IWo I reno'a exertions' haw by BO meant;, I NURSERY STOCK FOR SAUL S3* Mlma1 1la '

rlty. .. at Llthla Spriaga,. Oa. where sight both these gentlemenr. 'bees drrnmscrlbed by any such narrow .. I .000 rough lemon tree. diameter I'I' .-60 laborers to clear palmetto --'

he la spending a few weeks for the kern stronger' la Eacambta county too"., local hesitations as have beet I'iaboat i one Inch; In. root; ssrlflB FUKNUBXO ROC8J, land at one.

eel of his health. thaa they were J'"Ift'4ay.---.a charged; but that om the contrary : |i.t six cents each U sold soon.. Grand oa Tenth street for rent Apply at 231 J. H. Tatum Ok -j

News.hang has been animated throughout by a d amI this oIIeL
;;:U a wen kaowm i, must b* cleared -111I_May. Oaa h* 'f'
'A. R.-01adwla. Stats
sire to serve the ntlr* There are many young peopt. .
.ley resident ot Miami every year. bees cold oat of how and And however this mar be. aU sac. i I sees at the Ransom'grove. Orange Every Bbscrfber to the Daily MetropoIUeaa Miami sad Dad meaty ...... ')*

I h*s. after speadlag a few weeka with home, thereby betas forced to build a ecra In securing an amendment to the, ;JGIad*, or 1144..... aid oeM deeerrlag you' leaning hook-keepUg aid 'a..ageu.:

JiK brother at Tlwsenn. r>*. 011 to residence. J, am .compelled to meat ;iCobaa reHprodty treaty which wilt Thoa. W. XathOT. Magr man aad womaa la securing' a heileee I pay. aad the* sfetropofisi' )flops..' aa>'

Sherbara' N. T. for the --. say debtor sal patroa to at one!lit Is estimated pat at feast ti100.00 i 1 l 1 III Bolt ills OHy. daeatioa by msing the ballots to which auk poBBtbta for tour sic Blum (. ,4

Walden aad Profes- give m* a* mach ot their aid as posslMe. Into the pockets of tile stockmeithroochovt : they are eaOtled oa' payment tecrtptlona. sub' have a theses vtthoM Ik* tiaet d AstactocMhw. j 1

)i.suv t Walter the Stat*. to lasuffldeat itself A ale regular howl and pitcher ford Read *ar offer oa sixth For tan sMaJh> f .%.'

tv- w'-'tl+.T and. a putT adrtead from D. aticlsms r I 1 at Th Racket Star. page. De sixth < this
Orange Glad, will leave seat week S3* R. H. Huddleetoa. N. reply to the f pious.M* pep e ]gags.








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Th* ,htful Dot. .

1'I !IE LITTLE ONES. Mamma-Did you give your little I A LITTLE NONSENSE. .. AMHiGlubbing
UP to
tr & e he't1a'lmoWledge thc'tUiilij \
brother any of your candy? } "
Vic Catherine II. Leverich ol ; Little Dot-No, mamma. I.... I| Hungry' Hare Thoughts ." Thing !. ) at ca.-.t, the .id.

mew YOlk city ha conceived the afraid' it'd spoil his teeth.-Iteligiou General
idea of forming the boy and girls I'[ Herald.__ "It' blamed seldom .that thingi Promptly ACClCled.
"Y n:1 are M persistent, Harold:
go right in this world: said Hungry -
into a league to assist the street { i_. the EMert.I Hal the j.hilo.>plier.What Oinnnured the fair maiden "and] Rates.

cleaning brigade in keeping clean Spot belonged to a farmer whose w* want we can't get, mid what *c P.1 va is *o bitterly opposed to you I Ii
', tie pavement and street of the I house was off the Great North road font want we have to take. Las i What can I ay? Cant you lee
city. The boys and girl of j boa' it perplexes me? Put reels .
great somewhere near Stamford. July when I didn't li':ie to 11-(' fet yoni ,
j each block are formed into a club This road was greatly frequentedby in overcoat people lull their d'ort I in mr place.' "
And there are now, twenty-two clubs j tramp and rough fellow of all wide open fer anybody to .muL u: "(mil, Bertha," said the young

f with a new one' being added every tort, and at one time it was a dar- that wanted to. Now when it/s :got I man. with a marvelous a-tnumption h The people of Dade County will want all the news
.., .' "1. The district being covered M. ing thing for any man to venture on to a point where I'd like ;,' of fcinini"; coynesc. "Here goes 1 this year as it is to be an interesting be-
t that known u the tenement district. it alone after dusk. Robbery or little fruit from come hall tn-e tiny 1 II will u.__&y you, Harold, whenever?" cause of the'elections, one
'i "\t;dat induces the children U even murder might be bu fate. I keep the doors all hut. It' the I I you MV the word in spite of papa
, Farmer H allis, however old j I CLkaco Tribune. i
3 was an tame trouble. Everything in
join r will ak. The answer is, I
you 'exception to this rule. He could" this world goes dead ",roD;:. In the National State
f a circulating sporting goods library return week after week from Stamford '1 The Trials of Friendship. and CountyThe
4 '-that of bats i summer w hen a body ain't got no
is, buseball ,
a supply market with his pocket full of, use for haystacks, there's plenty of j| Young Author (after reading,
i and other athletic implements I
boxing I
glove -
'
money and eras the lonely cabbage! 'em but when it' winter and they'd manuscript through; aloud)-Thera!
which taken out in
are I SeId between the road and his farm come in handy they're mostly! gone. What do jou think of that'
much the same war as .books. are with unfailing security, though with j! When feel he'd I'aticnt Friend-I think its good.I .
taken from a pliblic'libra.,. A military I I a man a* though,; f' Metropolis
icd l that she would him
no weapon but a light walking click like to mow a lawn fer his supper) marry
feature
forms
a prominent part .
in. 'id.Young 1.
ant no human companion at all. I' there ain't nothin' shovel
to da but
in the each of the Has
work companies .Author You did? Oh, a perfected arrangements it
No human companion" He had, mow. There: never fruit on whereby can offer
:
any
being officered by captains and lieutenants however, a faithful and the I dear! I am appointed. I thought such attractive rates for various
trees when
chosen the them- very power-j+| except you feel too q newspapers
ehea.. Each*member by privates of the cota- ful dog; friend, and *o well !know tired to pick it, and when you've that only an uncommonly bright that there should be no excuse for people re-

. .' pang U supplied with a stick with I I got an appetite fer pie they're dead|' person. would guess that!-TOWDToplt" maining in ignorance as to the happenings of
point at the end with which to Ii i I lure to hand you out a ham sand the year.
wich. When folks want i ice they
pierce: garbage or paper and remove One Description ., tt.
,i
Lave to for it. When don
t
it easily from the street. These pay they "1S hat," asked the teacher "do
sticks are rued in the military drill need it they ran pick it o<<'m their understand 'the
Jy strenuous
..h .bMl. If a tough old world !I yon
week card of direction RATE.The
Every a printed lifer LWi it convey any meaning .
is issued to the members. Atopic any way you look at k"-Chic.go I', to you?"

: is selected for the week and cord-IIeraId. "Sure." replied the bad boy. i
printed matter consists of short sen- P yI "Wliat?" Daily Metropolisand
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Up t. Date."I
tenets telling the members of the "Why, what happen in the woodshed One
companies .bat to do in certain I w hen pa get* home after you'vebeen i iI .Year>:
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case. For instance card No. Ideal I I naughty, wa the prompt re-. '
.4 la with garbage. It contain mi- II I! ply.-Chicago Poet. Daily } Imes-Union $10.00
JUU direction about keeping the

tin. can dry, washing it with bot wa- At the Zoo I Semi-Weekly Times-Union 550.
ter every morning. not using it for a I I Uis 'epprt'I-WheD you peak ,
oap diah etc. "Ashes" "General'Hubbub Ir' of your ""man"you mean Jour valet. ,'j Weekly |Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
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titles of other cards. I
f are I *.
nppo _
?+ Union _
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Cholly-Aw, ya.... Yon wouldn't I' 12.00
.. a M... have me call him me .valet would With Atlanta Journal twice a week
A XOTfiattcr to** apes tk Mm' < 12
sad erica ..* cried ... cried L you? With
Weekly Pain Beach U.'OQ
IW' M had loot the sad } News _
mtmtr hiss P<- -Oh,no. Under the
Bad ... hwMe.Oh. "BO Otf A* l-OVl A. Tan tXW l> Win nrey ae
roppt4 xo 'taa ou rujx>w.* circums'! ,.' ,"- I think keeper wouldbe
--. aiyr aid Parse Goad t a better cord to use.-Philadelphia -
wt Spot to all the !bad character .
I A a* Mvptwd t*
r taartul ap face aa* "mcmmTae ,..$.4 Wa.. abont that the farmer waa aa safe Prfe ___ Old subscribers must pay all back dues before they
j T> r*, aewl Caen tae a naa!" take
;
if of can advantage of these
escort
u accompanied by an offers and cash
".... _blnc; Try Ilkr a mill police. Why H. Fled. ,. in advance must all
.... Dcmosthenea accompany orders for
l P--W iw W pearL waa rehearsing at
had been
.... Spot trained to carry these
combinations.
"Plena bow ca. I be a ataa his home one of hia moat brilliant
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Wheal.. IHtta (Mr- large lantern in his month, and u orations. I
the bright from this lamp shone
rays "Ye*." said hia wife "thaf ADDRESS
Wall'Supplied.There ; very
r out on the dark night rough men '
wa one a bright little bovnly : It larking in the hedge on the chanceof ]ne. Now, wont you jut step out
three year old who waa being robbing same passerby would hastily and discharge the cook r"
.taught bow to count. One day be conceal themselves again among Suddenly remembering aa engagement iami
was talking much that I his uncle I the bough know yon won't like her, but downtown he fled from' the Metropolis.
bonne with fear hia' face.-
.aaked him how many tongue be "No go aa long a* that dog U with you must certainly admit *he'an upon
.kad. The little fellow replied: I the old fellow, they would mutter "'p to date girl," be caid. Judge.
"I"have three tongue*-one in m; and thus escorted by Spot the farmer > Not at alL She claim abe't J
swath ud on. ia each shoe."-Li':. and his money were sever IDol....-1 'eighteen pars old. If she were real- I
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UNITED BTATZS OB rHB: BOUT -
Out DISTRICT OF ITORIDA.la .
... I th natter ef Cia.i1. allii. *f toad A herding Mdm to narrated tf.
i bet_ BtoeajrB Bay sad die AtlaaUeTb Joan ou... of Philadelphia a* Allows -
Electrical Contractor 0ceaL : 1 was ta aa awful ao.dldoar

i t. f I America* President: ef die Catted Stales ef My Us was almost yellow eyes ..s> .

, .To Jobs r. Horrj Esq. USt.dtat.. ea. tongue mated pate eoattaaan to
1/13' Avenue C. : Marshal for tbe :Southern District ., tack Bad sides BO appetite crowftatr'
:. Florida: Greeting: weaker day by dare Three phyetetaas
Estimates I Make known t* Ebiathaa T. Field. Mary had sires ate ap. Then I wa ...... .
u W. Oebora. Frank Osbora. Sarah C Oeborn. -
ir Viola L. 0.......... D. D. Hendrtckeon. to as* neetrie Bitters; to my Joy ..s
"Electric Light \Wiring. Bell wiring. Susan C Kendrlckson.. and Mary W. slut bottle Bad a tedded improve
i.Oeborn. Executrix and Frank Os- _L I continued their M* for Urea

r Annunciator Workand of all Kinds. !born. Executor, of tbs mat win and testament ....u. and am mow a ...u.... I
Repairing of Ezra A. o.b< all other persons taterestsd ta tile follow. know they robbed the rare of anther _
f ---- ._- ---- -- Ing scribed buds; that TteOm. No one should tail to toy

r Whereas a petltioa was Bled ta die then Only M -... cuaru..... at
, FREDK. S. MORSE abov entitled cause prayingtb* condemnation all dracstota,
. of certain binds for die us*
, .I of tb* United States, described as fol
k !lows: Commencing- at a point south OrUla politician who bow that
" 24 degrees M minutes west t* feet from
Watch this REAL ESTATE I the northeiut corner of tb* northwest. they enact control Prank Clark were
f. space quarter of section M. ta township Msouth he sent to Cbacreas, an doing their

rnnge C east running tbenc south almost to encompass his defeat Tmey ._
Office ap stair* Cor. Ate.C aDd II tb St. C! d>.Tf. 1* minutes east about Mt feet do aot desire that a people's maa re-
for change of t* lb..bure of tbe Atlantic Ocean, t....*
salvo ao kick aa 0'". rortanate/. .
.....
. following said southerly for about
Miami.Dade o., Florda. Vn feet thence north *J ....... N ...- bow_. la a primary tile comma
ntes .....1 (along is line parallel to and people, rather than the poUdeUM.
distant st right ancle. from die northern choose the public Brrraats the Lake
CoasfRailway eo
r-rFlorida"East POWERS' MEAT MARKET. lwi.n.lnry of fbta tract *f bud betade *
.ribed. MM teal about SB feet M low ,City man sued have BO her.

J water mark on Blucayn Bay. theaosaotherly
. following mid low water mark TWO IS Bsrrss
THIN OCT.
.
Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. about !!* feet, thence south aT degrees -

Schedules. Sausage. Hams Poultry, etc. 1* minutes! east (alone a a. parallel to Here'.a pointer for the Mmoroua -
and distant at right angle. from die readers Toer waat tn save meaty
XW ITEJItJE: D MIAUL FLORIDA. southern boundary of this tract of bud and we ....... how Hi br'p! JOB. Ws
t being dMMTibed. IMS :-.) about,K1 feet N. tz: U en yea pay a little more the
to the point of commencement, coatatehi be pnee ef eae pein-r and .;<.,the tw.
Are You Going to Build ? It s acre* more or lees. ta Dads Coun yon want The |..._ of the Daily -
ty. Florida: Ttmea-Uaion and Cititea ha rveeatlf .,
L Therefore these prevents are to oos- ..... reduced .. tor follow prieee

If need material of an mand them aad each of them, sad say Three tsoatbi..... ............ I 1 MtMxBoaths.
so, or you building ) and all persons ;Interested ta orbens having ...,... ............. SM '
you should not fail to see upon said lands, to he and appear 0.. year.................... .. M
before tbe Circuit Court ., die Called
We propose to era* bosh the
State lor tile Southern District .f Florida I yea

a.If at Jarkaanvflt. JuneCth. Dally aad Huaday Timee-Unies had
ea Monday. .1 Cilixea and the Mcmorou for: J
,..- &CO. UN. the and there, to ... say obits: BiZmoatbs. .............. .... tSSS
utM may have and to show what
.
0..y. l >!swe
.
,
Intereet they and each them may have
will send yoa the s..1WTIU.iota .. ,
la th ] hereinbefore ds.alb.d.and .
property
I 5 end Citiiea sad ...
to show case. If aay they eau why MiTBorou
:

Dealers ID L..llcr. Latll.. SIII.I.... .... ....Casings Brick/Lisa cording said binds to taw should to not die be use condemned., die Catted no- Six: month for................ I 1 M
.... ,.... r. Hair Etc. States; and why each proceedings a. mprovided 0..year ...,. ............... t N
Yards sad oavoe.ATOM D sad l.k atret.Wilson's. by law should not b. had: why
Tha for U oeale more than the
-- -- ------- -- ------ should act b to _
= a Jury summon!
.... .. price of the daily yea fH two paper.
.
tbs : why a Judgment f so.d.mnano.'iou .
""or fifty Brut more thaa the rags
111I >J not b* entered upon
.lartorioeof th Mroorou*,jeejaw*
Novelty tile verdict ef tile suit Jury. .. pursuance >"
the Semi-Weekly Tlmee-Uaioa aadTCttlsea
of th* Statute ta such ess __
sad the Firm, sad Pr.r.Grown. .
and provided: why such ether and further t
. WOI13CSU proceedings. ..'_) provided bylaw Send t ... .
your sabseriptioa* Lash 1I.
. now IB operattoa and ready to receive ta such sass a* may b* necessary: to I. advance always at these price. ;
I enable die Called States to aco.rfr* a perfect
ortIen.FOR 4
and fee elmpl ml thereto should rMmoroue
, ANTTHING IN not b* had.Witness FM

sk WOOD NOVELTHS. die Bonorabl MhrtlM W. ...... .
Window sad door window lIP Cnlef Jstie..5: th ......* Court
screen*,
ef the raited: States and th. Seal of
A. Robbins & Co.Harszoss and doe frame. tore fixtures, stair ., .
J. this Court .e/tlle/ City Jacksoavtlm.ta &k
work ladde trimmlnf of all kiada said District. M thm twenty-seventh ; ; Cooler : Horner".Q'j

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day ef AprlL A. D Hot
R. S. WILSON
and Oarr.aaE a (Seal) B. 0. LOCKE.

;. j CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER chef Tit Rut! Estate ad Relw Altlts .

- napositor: t .
ruxs A.P ractncATiova. ORDER FOR PTBUCAT1ON.la .
Quality is remembered long after price is* the Circuit Court. Sereata Judicial List You Property With The,. ; J

: Or-nit. Dad. County. Florida.

7 forgotten. \.-ua Ray T* Wad H. Ray divorce A lac ptcoe ef bey tress property, t j
kF. \W: HAHN It appearing by affidavit appeaded to with ripanaa rights, WI itb a few I'.1)a;

i. Quality Mkcs the Bargain. tic Wade Mil H.la Ray.tb{.above the defeadaat Mated eaaee therein that of minutes Miami walk beiar.,SW the feet baetaeee aa bay eeater sad .fr"-: "

_. .i-hItect aD4 Builder i 400 feet deep, baring a to* eTlaebeariar .....
*IB. orw..1fth.lIUeet.M- -- w'l.. aamei!. I* Bon-rddeat of the State of trece Nit This la a ;;
i. I laowu.. ta my employ oae otth* Florida and U BOW resident of Port- >place for a wiater home. j
beat draftsman ta the Soath. Bad am :1 .t
.
land. Orrroa. aDd U over th ace of
t better prepared than ever for famlah j
lilt,,1 t1 Strtrt. Stlacr
twenty-one years; It I* therefore ordered aid
* lag plans and details for food bafld- that aW aon-neldeat defendant MIAMI, FLA. ]
HIAVY BLACKSMITH. ___ fine cabinet etc. r
work
Inc*
: .;; -- ...---ftwa| aee*Carriage( w be and la hereby required: to appear to .
for tamedwork
F. B Haven All 110" hRepfJfing.BnsiaR I am sw aeai1nart i the bin of complaint Bled la said eaoae
; and Sold efig seron sawing sad sQ work as- Ctll of
-. oa or before Uaonday. the day WhiteEa; le Bai 'er4Shoe.' ;
,.
AU Rork aaaraateed. Ftn-Class. salty done ta a first elas plaatag.lnSad sans A. D. 1104 otherwise the allegations -

: me yow order for door a aad of said bill win be taken a* eonfmed FotrOairs.. No Within II: ;;

ShOp 800.1' A vcn 11e: D. E- p -j window frame, hamster 1Ifteketa. by said defeadaat I Best Sirrice ii the City. '

,; etc. red be eoarlBced.
It U further ordered that this order 1
;' A. COLBY. Proprietor
MIAMI. Ft.. be pobltohed once a week for four eoaecntlTe .
sot Tw.Itt.......
week ta the Miami MetroD-

oils (Dally) n newspaper Bvbtlahed intall

McNeill & Co. county and I.... Clubbing i ie

SEABOARDAir This :2nd day of Hay 1104.tCDeartom. .

jf ,
ti.' Livery Feed and Sale Stable Clerk Ctrealt Court. e Rates

S. 0. rrltts,
( Line Railway 12th Street, West of Railroad.We Deputy Clerk. You can save money by subscribing -

Robert R. Taylor. for the
t papersvyou
.,. FOR have gentle horses, broke for ladies to pride and drive Solicitor for (Complainant.Thl want through \

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" .,Savannah. Columbia, Camden, Southern,' Pines* Good Comfortable Carriages, moraine a room was brine The

Baltimore cleaned la the block OB Pin street
' Richmond Washington
., Raleigh, 1
Philadelphia. New York. First class'Teams, and owned by Dr. J. R Smith ..d oa re-

moving the eorerlac over the floe lathe Metropolis.We
White Drivers. .
Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable chimney It wa discovered to be
I
Seaboard New York LI Ml ted. Oiled with a beadle of IOOCIL This can give you the i

f' ...............;. ....... ,.>eeeee.-- e....eeeeeeee> wa removed and oa examination prow Daily Times-Union and
Seaboard Mall
Seaboard;Express. ed to contain five pair of ladle' ahoea.several .
F -> j "* Daily Metropolis for-
fHJ pain of ladlee* stockings sad

r Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida Pastime" /DdU6frW.Reconi some smaller articles of wearing ap .'-0.00 a year or both

The lad wa reported to Marshal for six months fog
: ftoo yu....... to a t-tl>..... ...... -..... ... - ...,.Shaw-risp.rem.1t. t..>l.*fM. -,... mmt ... ftn tftntft. .ei.- Carter and he at oaee exclaimed.The .
- R i '",._Ai r s. K..YS. ."__""' .raM.I...._ISJ..... U ___> .l_ tto ..Mkmti. vrfrincU s b..dfd1 UI W.a.sW flIy mystery to solved When asked -oo. .
tea ,tkRf,\?poi.dW7.hywMtM.ua.Mts..e.Y.d..wM.Pgeu.i.e! .aea.i.e d .So.. c..W__.... It win k*.up*?,winy.MWTUI'_. .
....s<.!!Hw iis... K.._ ky a orya of tiapmM mu aW wi.... Hallswtaeja what he meant he MId: Several *
......... ... ... ... .
,Vntneii OMerk r Irs 1. Siig ** Uliimlmr telt the.
j.,. aotlfted that
line operating daily through sleepers fromJacksonville sad. d .k> MfMw .LOnly :.=
> tkte MklicatlM vHk b.aa4d.
CtnlTW .c.r to New Orleans. ..b..erlal.a 11.1.1.M k.WiWtkn T. ds ear ti. f.ibwl.e .ectraer4iaaryi
utfaratt__.1_: yuitaMa.k ..._ ... M4 .. MaMJacluM R..dC. who ha dace removed his bostaeea Daily Metropolis
( .. la.rib web Menu ..--w yee .wen.. .ue .d fir-swrti.b
..ripd... TM. Ms ous .a. .. to another city sad I Immediately -
f this E...parleuaar_.Musl..bs..,..r...i.will"'..e M. 11m. (Slm.c wn w"'.... I went to work on the fa**. I located a o.

and menratioat call of sail l.e_..... a kwmfal : the pesos that I wa nre wa the
For fulll information sleeper on any agent the wely _..sd Ntb..rra N** *- Seo&WccJkfy
,. Seaboard,or writer I ._....:..... d Fl-rids.u.a..eb 51! guilty party bat others thought I wa
...... Jti.rTi.
I write easy | .
wrong and BO arrest wa mad Theparty Tisncs LtUOtJ
I
I r A.. p. J lOX.JILL.at.) sL fta. m hclsDlJn) FIa.s. lad fthI Record 1 e a 11 1M ha. atae left the city bat- I ... j

-- I } .o ri1k. h 1-. always ...... that I had located the
C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. P.ass. Art. I I right one. Now I know It to be the vytetopolls a yea.

.,..",..-n------ r.---. ...-.. -.-" '1'r fact for the party oerapfcd a room at Weekl and SemiWeekly

-. the time lathe ease beJJdtas." Sev Times-Union both

oral people have tired to the beJldlaf

.>..:.T&> a.CBAKAM JAMES M. JACKSOX Ja. a L .ATTUIIOJI CentrallvLocatea stare bat B*' none of them had BO oe- one year. .S2OO.r !

PusP .... .wlO.r1..lde.t 1Iec"w'" T_. The aston to pot up a tore la this room

I --.s the roods hare been aafely coacealed The Pompano Inn
for several year Th shoe are ta

., Da Qouijty Abstract
'r'ATf [. Pioneer !! Potaptao Florid
traveUac tar to aathorlty for the

that Governor Jennlnc did -
statement
f Sf WELL BUILDING MIAMI. FLA. RATS$a.oo TO$,.o PER DA not have aa aadleao of oae hundred .Accotnraodatioo tor gestle..aonly.

. Produce: buyers and ae>
- Corner Including BecToea. at his
,
Hotel Avenue B and ah persona liciton will find
I: t street that they aa !1
... .. _Yr atee of TIUo- .. CalaesTtlM meeting. If... ha more
.rereu ... ........ 4M .twA14 i. cover more teni la a alt
r,. tyrMtll. ..a. -...w..w..r..a.w w .e A ..... .. .,. MIAMI, FLA. vote thaa this Mar It he should be from here, thaa from say .aia

atiafted sad eoataated. point oa the line.r .



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i GENERAL BANKING Dal I oa SAVINGS DEPARTMENT



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CAP2T'.E.L_ $ :00000.00

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

condition at the close of business March :8th:? 1904. Below is .a condensed statement of the condi-

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

strength and business. .




/- Report to the Comptroller of Currency '(condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas Natio i

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



..A.sse1sLiabi1i'ties.; .

Loans and Discounts. . . . $163.955; Capital .$1 oo,ooo 00 Us.I .

Overdrafts. . . . . . . 250 18 Surplus. . . ... 2.00000

i U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . 25,000 00 Profits . . .- L ',56972 I

Premium on the same. . . . .. .437 50 National Bank notes outstanding. 2 ooo 00

f Dade County Bonds. . . . . 5,00000 Deposits 262,07093

Banking House . . . . . 41.21413 i i "

f U. S.Bonds, owned . .$56,625 i

., Due from Merchants National .

: BankofNewVork..19,15988.

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:: Due from National Bank of :

Jacksonville . . 18,39946 "

Due from Mercantile .Exchange .

I Bank of Jacksonville 7.336 13 e, .

Due from Trust Companies .of \ << Ir I .

New York . . . .. 7,50030 j .

i Due from State Banks and .

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Bankers . . . .. 10,24908 '

: Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.2500 I.

Cash on hand in vault. . 33.263 85 153,783 60 ...
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$390,640 65 S390,640 65


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': STATE- NEWS. I and William and Constable Callen-I STOCKTON THE TOOL.tCuntnued I It' I '

berg went to the scene and found oul ._ __ ; ; Iioob:

One of the most mysterious caeiVileh .. I the details of the affair, but th.j I _-- froiu first.Page f 1N ;,
ka ever happened ID Ta ipi, could not get, the Spaniard to tell whc l Throughout he wan emphatic a co ivi.ciry : i
Las just com to lIpt."orkm a, nut him, although It if believe thai I |, and the letter from S'o. kio'i I ,
f. digging on the excavations at the cor- he knows the! mau's name -Tampi) to Flaglrr proved a new loml ,n i 1 l. "

Her of Madison and Marion streets In Times. :i i-Jr "J
connection with the building: of the 1 e ImprvRion on his hearrrs. HI.' ix.rice *fl $e

new Episcopal church, claim to bar Although It ban Just become known<< >;.: tn tbs campaign hII" e Spwr -" Being Closed
unmanned two boxes about tea feet G.. ld- out at '"7NEV
the home of D V. ttauivy. at TallafrTro a TlgoTTi aiiC i'iT""c
apart which they believe had contained lag: was robbed last Tuesday eight five! debater, and few bcttt.r-tiala-i'f.1, '

the bodies of infanta. The first one! and the entire' family dnig Kl. Several JT more Impressively <; llvpr..i *,- <-.. I-- YORICOSi.kl i
! was struck'*y one of the colored workmen days have eui/ed ilace that date, but .-i hare been heard la H.IM: ct '

"t- alrfMt three feet! below the ground both Mr and Mrs. Dailr? feel the effects -' .-- :i __ -v \
last Monday. The men! claim.! that not ..f the Uru;,s lueti aud habeen -tt. whole experience at xuaK < v #
j''' .. knowing" whit they bad struck heron quire ill from it. Mr. Du!.> is ciaval ,I.nc. TIle aU.ttU well worth I'!. a.rif I tr. 150

f' digs, and breaking up the box as storm ir..I'i ..c fur In the employ of the ? .oue going, iriind to see .-.'Irian-' .
they daft h hen they tari got it all up ('.r -oli.iair.l Grocery Company. and ear 'bt .
i It was evtd....t that Bociethlng l had r....idea near Goulding. The robber*. c Mcns Nobby and Up-to-date SuitS ;"
bees" farted there, but It wag lnposatacectttm "norr evidently well aquaintewith ) ;Next Tuesday the Democrat, o ;i i"lurlda "
ble t. lo anylhtBg with It, on of : __1!.! ieof Summer Weijjht Cit-\!
th> ti
the home, entered ronm J : "tti 1 f
1_ condition In wliirh U win xetoet. ")y ballot then tat>- t j : one-
of the decayed lr and Mrs Dslky. and aerurtnr arrry 5 'uussVoo! ; ( }
r t' .w a ; 'rash. d
the rough treatment ."' 'iate for the vnnpaK olBtct h. iheStalf : = .fist ai< : lui.ifii.-.ir'Crickft!
and
i was found, large and heavy trunk carted! it *
to .which it bad been tthjetted.' Thin.. i....... the room aid. out Into the yard and several counties.fur the >-11- 4; i Cktl WI'M! n Hrc.Cli{ fit :.nJSt.ir,: make

.!lr box the HMSB describe a* about the aiR where it ..as broken oven, and four cuter ottrial term It la to be M ret- f n __ ._ _
of a salt box. On Tttewla? anotherbox -o-.aH! sari ngs banks, containing! A total 'rd that the cainathaxe! wit allow -
i': about two feet %
was discovered! Tb 250
of .between! $1$ and $10 staler.
heel.
A(tvr pI the people to do so quiet> -
and eight inches! wide.
lung the men were 'trunk hti-h contained thesmall !>. without! r>ttrtir.t and ...tli-.t t ...- .
their Hrt experience banks also roctaiiied a quantity of Suits :Mcns Underwear
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succeeded in getting .. ..tloil The polt'car: : :
carrfnl' ar.j "I'-tent Ku i: ,
more taiualile>, among which was 1taa.'tdtand _., .J. .
oat this box In mood fcbape They box report of- jewelry, valued at several I h'1- have Int-rfored to l'OIIupuhl! o srn- W, trl I. I';
'baring found a.common with a cover to Jivil dollars hut none of these artci-A; inert hi their own b.hal( to an unuusl f: T' __ _____ _..:. .
c1lmell ons
the above acre taken The trunk was in suchposition decree the remit of which will; '
this cover ; .
It. Immediately beneath In the room that It bad lo be : .
of title[ apparently placedover 'i be tranlfest when tbe vote arroun:- Se 4-f'o'S; ;
.: was. piece : <.iflrd over another, trui.k. and it there- ; Hats for Men.f
the top of the box for the pur fre required the strength of uo or ed. Another matter of regret; I' that
ctinlenta. Themen
puss of preserving the more I'n.otIIJ. After earn leg' '''lit-' bitter personal rejections and mudtllr.Eing .
state that wbea die elite -was such removed a- trunk into tbe yard the rontierj >r. I Ic have to cotno extent Nu Indulged ailoring
contents were in
the
they were Mile UU of decay that .t. was brought along;, and upoa jvfiintr j
more than dust and that It was impossible the banks they. too. were U merely the selection of it> various Fry.E _"L1 -- r. ....... .... I 100 _
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to tell anything about them broken (tfM'nId the niece secured. candidates by the Florida >3-.o"- L.V. .-t."- "r a"j. a 6 V ...,.. \

though poise claim that they noticed 'eannx everything!: u they bad CnUh-! racy and that only. Democratic t"!rr ____ '_H_ ,.. .__ !LFNS STRAW;;HATSi'ou .
a few red hairs. The matter seems II- d the work They yiced a.-oss to !, are concerned and that they tho'ilU
able to remain a myitery. though thestatemeata n Uw ntm .ILdotr. There i! h.nl' I
'he! house In raiklng a ai; : thing
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of the''workmen points to that the entire i attend to the performance of the dntcad ; you
< hardly any doubt 100
infants were burled! of the ........ Theyews .
the fad that two family was druiud. which ia proha- the eerH prlwl. \: 1Si1: in this sock: except | I.
here at some former time.; amps Tribne appeals to Democrat 3*:n'lt' tc
fortunate for them as the
MY
part.ielll In the primary to k.PI' :' I MENS FELT HATS.
participate shoesoich i '
. *ho robbed the house more than likej j \. e are now
cleanTo keep It free from taint of _
ly carried the ax in with them, and
MMst {JDiystitiwis ,hooting affray had any member of the family been I corruption and dishonesty Is the hi ,'. having i sne! of't our I
occurred Monday night at DeSoto of Democrat and 200
awakened by the noise they wouU BO prerogative; every
Park. Two partita, one or whom U a doubt 'been seriously injured. -Penaarolsr thus or.ly will It live as the tulwarof she" cture -
Spaniard named Serrano fired a allot Journal. "politlcastrength: -Coma ar 1 Ro.-kedge MENS CLOTH HATSaaaaaaaa'saaaiaaaaia'

at each other sad then fled. Secgano ,is e e New s.
wa wounded, and Is now at CeatroAitrariaoo c:::::::=-.
with,a ballet U his stoqi- ['inn iBTitntlon/ of A. M. \'Mhntsnnhis No matter what, hi* "Jy' ,f'.l>< .
waited writer vlnitr : tile den of nake say sbont the work of Senator Talis'firoV .:"....:.::.".: :.:: .,
it that the Then : .. .
aria swat :J._ ... ... ;J..J : : '.
wnU (the De oto Park trolley car cam this' morning and sac many things rroderemor In behalf of the '' "I : ;\..
la view at 7.30 that night and when he would not like to meet la the woods Indian war cla'm. It la a .IJlI..II4' .
the light was bright Vnough for them !ire Nh-hol.'on; baa Just returned from fact that sane of them ever succeeded SWELL
JOHN &
lo see each other, they each fired! and a snake bant down on the Klsolmmee In getting the bill enacted I Into a law BRO.1t'
led. Secgano teasing toward the aa- prairie and a* a reward for his trouble H. succeeded la thla particular where .'
ooau and the other man disappearing brought beck over sixty snakes.Dirtytve an others had failed. Nothing succeeds 1&.. 4tV
:m the dlr tion of the wharf. It to ..- of which average six feet.aad like success" ace as a legislator ;e&s&eseetessses: > f.of.o .Cf.fI!!=f.of.of.of.of.o fl!!
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=: -=: :: co: co:co:co:cco:c-:f.ofl.e.
iteved that tie aIfaIr..u. ..... After one over six end a half feet. Mr. at the National Capita senator Tatl-:

r >.*.!..a got >to 1M saloon tt VM toad Nlcbolsoa state that the big OM Iathe ferro. a pronounced success Calnes- :J 110.31212d1Strat. MIAMI.rLr \.
V wa wouc1 4.. Deputies Thompson iI i largest be ever caught or saw la YUle Sam.
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