The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. I. No. 134. It Ml' *. MIAMI FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 17. 1004. u::= Price 5 Cents

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i National Hoard of Elevator Construe l ,. \\ ranglmg Over Iiflecate To The National

tors May Go Out. COD'''lIlIoa.

EVACUATED| l'bIladeiphta.Isy l 17,-B w'.u e th- j. ELECTION NEWS ITEMS Santa Crux Cal. May 17.-The chlelfailure ; 1 BURN

. demand of the even hundred etevatu" : 1 of interest In the Democratic

constructors now on strike In this cit T I convention here today will be the report 'I 'I

r-: for in creased wages and the right t I of the committee on resolution,

I to go out on R'mpalbf'tie.Inke bay< ,, It I I. probable two report will\ be '

been Ignored. It Is claimed, by the maLterter .: i submitted one by the majority favorIng I II II I

i Russian aM I elevator builder, that the natioanl The Battle Royal Will be Fought Out in Second an untnstructed delegation to thi By Troops i i Mrs. J. F. Olive Meets
board of the 'Elevator Con national convention and the other favoring -

structors' I'nion Is contemplating ai | Primary June 7th. : the endorsement of Hearst
Nothing Remains There international strike President Com il A vote taken last night for temporary With Shocking Accident

per and First Vlce-Prectdent James. :l chairman shows the faction nearly

Duncan of the American Federation I : equally divided.

of Labor will meet the national boar-]1 II'''Frohock and Dearborn Will Have United Forces Against Them I j
of the elevator men here on Tuesday,
BUT ONE WAR VESSEl when the question will be determinedThe Next Time...No Definite News Frim Stockton but WUllEIUANI6 HER YARD '
Quincy.. Isis, May 17.-The Battle-)
strike in this city I I. against th
He Will Probably Give up the FightI ... ship Ifhode Island was successfullylaunched I
combination of elevator builders which
: today' at the yards of tin, I
controls i$ per cent of the work in th< I Half of the Hearst Delegates Defeated i Forerlver Ship A Engine; CG.I .

"lTkk Wifl be Bkrni up Today tPreveit The bone of contention is the sympathetic : in the State.! I A VIRGINIA FIRE.

Her Csptnre-Rosslau i! strike principle Badly Burned Though not Bcfcted
" 11' Member of the national board said! 1 I R'hDJOlld."L.. May 17.-Fir* today

; Will Give Battle at HaiChoogaikUao I I'i' tonight they had cabled to nevaun: I The :Metropolis give today the table II. P. Bailey . .. . . 729 1 destroyed the business part of Waver- Seriously at First-Mr. Give left

Yaag-JapsNear Mokdei be I constructor in London Berlin anParts d showing the remit of the primary of iT. A. Jennings . . . . 7t "'If',. Suwes county. The bank building for Home last Mqht-..Tel raJiAanounciao

and had received no assurancesfrom I May lath completed and corrected from IJ. C. B. Koonce .. . . . 744 postofflce and the N. W. Ry. station I'

UfonwUoo is Difficult-Rahj)y,' London and Berlin that the me*_,: ; the official return. I A. R. Newton..t.. . . .. .. 730 were burwfd. The loss will be M,000.. ; Death Received this
If asked to do The The of Insurance to not known.
i there will strike so. This table shows the vote on Stale IF. B. Stooeman. . . . . .n j amount I
Season Wit Probably Cause Sos'I" men In those titles are not affiliated candidate where there was an opponent National Com mlltHlllf'D. MoraUg-Was Wet howa Here
in this
. with the union country candidate Jefferson B. Browne. . . .
peisloi of HostlBties. and upon an the county 39.1 Went
North bat few Weeks
the combination : Ago
n ,. I are employed by .. together with the total vote cart Cromwell Gibbon. ._.. . . 327
; elevator construction May 17.-There are no new
Ii' i which controls In each precinct, and will be a valuable 'Frank \\". Pope. .. .. . ... 2 W I I I Y
I the United States.It development In the failure of Plant'ssons _
In reference for future information.Now For delegates to the National Dem-
to said that nearly all the Independent Bank and the First National I
that the count ha been positively 'ocrafie Convention from the State at
New Chwaag. May 17.-Monday algal t I
1i elevator builder have joined Baak. Officer Ja charge have not yet The many friend of Mr*. John r.
known the fight I* on for Uw Large.
p tile Rassiaa. evacuated this city, for Ute of completed their examination and the) Olin will regret to leara that ah* wa
the combination purpose
' KothlBX remain* but Ute gnaboat SIc Jan 7th primary. The main contests T. J. Appleyard .. . ... . US
, strike principle. refuse to make statements IB advance. severely burned by flr* few day
.-Ia... It to expected that It winY fighting the sympathetic will be for the office of aherllT and John & Beard. ... ..... .. ..... 525 ago. while worklag her yard at their J

'' b* '*e.troyid this n.omlngto prevent Clerk and there will be a determined T. E. Bryan. ... .. .. ... 520 UNDERTAKERS IN SESSION. 'summer home on the Hudson Bear Niagara .

'. her faniag lato the haad of tile Jap- THE-COTTON MARKET.New fight oa the part of the leader on both W. J. Bryan.. .. .. .. ... . .. Sit Jacksonville May 17.-The anaaal Fall. N. Y:

,; sides C. A. Canon.... .. .......... 477 session of the Florida Funeral Director ..
-- Mr. Olive. who returned her two
.', Th Aaaodated Prt** eorreapondent York. May 17.-Future opeae There were 1.SM vote cart la the W. J: HlUman.. ........ .... .. 374 *, and Embalmer Association assembled week ago to look after his

sad John rrohock received Claude LKngJjV... .... ... ..... 253 property
, has rwwlvad. the ndaalv laformatioa steady. May 1347. Jua July 1ST. county, I here today, win Bjemnet.present ,interests sad extensive tmpru.emeao.
754 of that number. IS less than i required -' For Delegate to tile National Convention :
>. from U* hlgbeat Raasiaa authority August 1330. September I1M. October ] from all ecUoo of Ute State, BOW under way. received a letter 8na< :' rr
h .. to nominate It all had rated from the Second. Congressional Miami la M.... W. r. i -
\ that Ole Japaaes advance win 1137. November 112. December 11T7 represented by day telling him of tile accidentTb.*: -dl
t.. Lted at Hal Chec 'after which tile January 1130.STlll for sheriff no that It I* easy to figure District r Miller and H. K. King. The araocla- letter stated that'Mr*. Olive wa*'rakIng -.

tt 'Rariaa fore will,fall spas LlaoChaagtake that ft* cannot win the next time' aa he T.* S. Anderson............ ..... 41* lion will.be IB aesaloa three Ca1L. leave la her yard when her dot*''

a determined stand with a undoubtedly 'jwlUd his full atrnegth. a.it.: Psb elor............... .. I T*
-caught ire and she
uaiyMuessary waa* very re;;:" !" '

DO work done against him ... D. L ................._ 38! STDNE6REAKW4IEK
'I. t .. .II".ad M4. .1t wan sot a- .
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er.tatar..bad 7'ti1"\ 'a"tMt
Ef faatodtt1tnal ai wtB-i ... "k "J\II.\ 'J. tor.-srtk.eppo.kte. + tar .
w .. fee him to return BOB*. 11
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:moo atop at Ma'kde* bat the retlm eo* ..c. : ... -:<- IB the .ueceaa of Taliaferra. They win ('James E. Broom. . . . :. :33* Yesterday h* received a telegrami

,wilt h* eonUa* d to Tblellng t.. this time ue their Influence to prevent I H. Clay Crswford . . .. .. 489'B '
him home
; calling at 'No further
.'" hundred Bslte* north of New Chwaat Republicans t of DHoofs Caa't Nominate 'I i the nomination of both Frohock and !'! F. Kir': . . . . . 221 i iI i information once.
wa given though Mr.
have Dearborn. For Comptroller. ''Will be Bunt by Mr! Davis at Cape ,
; Th* BTf'n admit Ole Japaaea* ,
Olive think
I his wife I* nervous from
advanced to within fifteen miles OP, a Go>eruor 'i Mr. Dearborn only received 593 out !, A. C Crorim . . . . . ai I I i the fright and chock anit desires nm
of ttetr woundear 101 the total of ISM possible and he For Stale Treaxurer.Wm .
Hal Cbeag. Many [
I to be with her. He left >last night forborne.
BterlBK then' ;too. got about all his strength In. V Knirtt . .. . . 74M I .
There were cant for the other three i|, For CnmmiiiKiirwr of Agriculture, I i

JAPS NEARING MUKDEN.Mukden. (Mf mICe Hove Had M Results and CaaronliseYates candidates, and against him 813 vote, I j B. E McIJn . . . . 74- l.al..r-A telegram was receivea-s
here this morning addreiwed to Mr.
May 17.-The Japanese i I and there are quite a I.-. who voted i j For RailrvesdCommissioner. To Present Sea from Wasbmi Away tilt land
dUatn Want ( Olive mating that :Mrs Olive wan dead.
I thtlng; lln. to steadily Bearing Hnkea. I 1 for him before who will\ not do ao thus | John L Morgan . . . . "tort >
t -Stone Is NAM Being Mkva.-0tnf rhnprmrmrflls 1>ut at he had left the city last night'
1II'htore1ePro, Alex .Ir'. head Leads &t Is SIInrt Majority.. 'time. For Adjutant General,
to attend at the bedftliTe of his' strickenlfe.
carters still remain. Mr. Dearborn I*. per on lly. a popular J. Clifford R. Foster . . . tRr I| to te Made
I he
will probably not lie nfrive'l
Little Information to obtainable by man, but there to */ very strong Allen Thomas. . .. . . !*", j t
I of the shocking news until his arrival
the correspondent* who are forbidden I feeling against him because of his dep- ,, Ror State Chemist.

to proceed 'to the scene of operation, j Ii Springfield; :May 1;.-Tfte conlterenc | ut,. S. O. Fitt, who I* regarded DB R. E. hose.S! I home tomorrow Dllth"SOI1E'
of the
particulars of the illtreiwlng
and official Information to withheld to break the dradUck In the Repub- | the DOM* of the clerk' office and al (. 'i iI. For justice of Supreme. Court for j Mr. Davis owner of Cape Florida
accident are known though
until advice are MIlt to St. Peters 1Ie-.o State convention in the ballot aa the leader In the effort to defeat I Term of Six Year*. where be has a splendid winter horn
it I Is Mrs. Olive
presumed died' from the
burg.It I for gubernatorial candidates. I* seemIngly the old county commissioners. and bej j R Fenulck' Taylor . . . 6 72 and attractive ground. Is preparing: ',
effect of the tarn and the sh.-k. produced
to known however that tile Jap- fruitless In Itt effort, and this ,cause of many other reason which ; For Justices .f'Su prf'mt' Curt for many Improvement there during
on her general health which was
aaea* force protecting Uao Yang artretrhlag [morning; the delegate faced further will he urged against hint In this cam.palgn. Roberts Cotkrell. . .. . i_8 J the ninmer that will lend lo.
ont at all genii since Khenl North
eastward from the railroad prospects of stubborn balloting. Mr. Dearborn has signified hit Thomas M. Shackleford . . it6': Its br.
along the mountainrange.. It Is reported that no agreement hasbeen unalterable Intention of retaining 1 A. J. Henry . . . . . 42J I: Anituig other Improvement to 1"* ASSAULT ON PORT ARTHUR.

reached between Yale and others I "Samuel" as long as he la dene anu J. B WlI II Ikold. . . . . 54: made 'Is a stone break-water entire '

E RAINY SEASON ON. lot the candldJe" but If the balloting: ''the people are determined that this For Judge of Circuit Court. .I around the cape or that part of th. Japanese Believe It Will He :Made This i
n.-Tbl. place Iscompletely
; Port Arthur. May falls to produce results another conference -I shan end with the present term. Minor S. Jones . . . . !9s; land which I I. expensed to the wash Month.
Isolated by the Japanese I
will be held this afternoon at | I For Members of the State Democratic
' of the sea. For this work 1.7ml tons London May ISo confirmation 1
.-0_ PoUadlea Tb weather recentlybees '.i. o'clock. : STATE ELECTION NEWS 'i Committee from the State at Larte. "of native ruck will be used. It will be has reached London of the .battle. at
and bat rain of the ,
P aa* dry hot Tailaff'fTO.1I.n\ walkover . . . . .
mad the roadsalmost The outlook this morning!; Is that unless easy J. N' Adam. ,,45: secured from the Cutler neighborhood j i Slu,... and no attention whatever l. t
-, Jut few day for vehicles, and 1 Tate la beaten by a combination i next, time even If Stockton should I. Dr. Warren R. Anderson . :92Oeo. : I and will be ferried across the buy to ,,paid to the wild report of the fall nf

. Impassible between lowdeb and Deneen that decide to enter the context again which L. Bahl . .. . . 3fi* the cape, ..b.t will be deposited In Port Arthur. In Japanese quartershere
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eu la Bear
when tile relay season deadlock will continue .. th.1 It-- to believed be will not JO. N. A. Blltch . . . . . 44' I the shave of a wall si n'gn watn confidence I la expressed that a 'II ill
win be converted -
.ad of Jane the plain I {
will probably I The thirty-first ballot wa The total vote aa far a* received ,' A. C. Blunt Jr---------------- 372John mark thus preventing the saves froM Teat ....It upon the fortress will be :!I
tat a the-aaapeaalon-- of bostllltie I result The thlity-aerond followed. I I gives Taliaferro 21, 90 and Stockton I M. Bryan .. . . . 554 ,| further washing away the land as tne attempted before the end of )1.,. ,

result la correspondent are Tales .%t. Lowdea 473. Deneen 3S3.Hamlln : and Jennings combined 11.694. thus I IC. D. Clough > . . . . 340 J are BOW doing. Part of naImllt The correspondent of the Oc4ly News I

Th newspaper courteously, by the Jap- 109. Warner 33. Sherman 49 I giving Tallaferro 1H votes more than 'C. O. Codrlngton . . . 39ft i jto already protected by a rock wan. at Che Pot nay that he left Port Arthur

treated B- under' the sad Pierce 22.STANLEY. :both of them. Call received 1.114 E. A. Crawford. . . .. . 433 and when the work now under contemplation taut Tuesday, when the channel
. chafing
aa***. bat they are their piping I votes which prevented Tallaferro'i HecbertDodd. .. . .. 339 I ha been. finished the land had been cleared, two cruiser having
which prevent
restraint LAID TO REST.I I nomination. The CaD vote In part and W. \\'. farmer. . . . . 37C will b* wholly protected<< from further 1 teamed nnulde. On May 7. be add,

... say of tile flghtiag. j the Jennings vote la part will\ go to D. C. Fletcher . . . . 437 1 destruction. the garrison there numbered li.'*"*

.8Mr. R. K. Seymour to ruaalng along Americans Pay Tribute: to the Departed Taliaferro next time In spit of all that< R. B. Garnrtt . ... .. . .. 33O. I The rock for this work to now being mea. and wa provl"IOIIM.for. nine

Lard liar Leaa than two year ago Explorer. can be done. P. Healy. ...... .. .. 304 mined at Cutler. The contract for It month}

_' a* wa* aafortaaate enough to .... Mr. TaJlaferro'a vote shows beyonda II jjeff A. Hendley . . :. .... 297iFrancto ha been let to Captain Cook of th t According to a Central News dls-

hto saw mill located about three miles London May 17.-The remains of doubt that his service are wastes A. Hendry.. .... . %7" auxiliary sloop Zora, and he will begin ,, patch from 8L Petersburg mail ad-

by the people' of Florida and It wouldbe t' llorker. . . .. 3571H.
north of towa. totally destroyed "by the late Henry M. Stanley were ported William the ferrying of It across the bay I vlreii from Port Arthur clearly show

are: a few months ago his ban caught |today la the churchyard at Old Surrey> worse than useless for Stockton to : W. Long . . .. .. . .. 2*! next week. For this purpose a tort :j that the Russian' cruiser Boyarta.

ire and .It waa totally consumed, bej j village Pterbrlght. try to win against the great odds. He III.I H. McCreary .. . . .. 2W steam lighter has been secured at Fort '! which wa destroyed February 12. at

. Idea the building a lot of hay grata.He. Before the funeral the British ..11o received l1.::II votes while Taliaferro 'I Job Q. Smith .. .. . . 2C. Lauderdale and It will be brought ''Port Arthur track a mine and rank .1.:

Yesterday at tea o'clock hr. min j jta cad the United State la the i1 received/ 21.KM. I tiny I. Metcalf .. .. . . 3T : dowa the bay Saturday and .be read) while assisting In the reserve of the

the aorthera suburbs of tile city I of Ambassador Choate and Consul The Jacksonville Metropolis say W. H. Milton. Jr. ... . . 279 i for the Brat load the first of the week. 'crew of the sinking torpedo transport

was entirely consumed It being act oa i General Evan*, paid honor to the defamed that the flgurea on hand yesterday I', H. 8. Phillip. . . . . 259 ,I Besides the building of this wan, Mr Y........

showed that of the SUM committeemen . .. . . '
ire by a apart falling on the root from explorer with npreatv services ''J. N. Whither SI Dam will have other l.prov.mftlUllUlde The Morning Pu*t'. Shanghai correspondent -

the smokestack. Th alarm was pest at Westminster Abbey. lOut at large the following had been. I j',I For State Convention . . :3&Agalnit I at Cape Florida during the summer under date of May 14. says .

ta sad the are compaalea responded Edward and the Belgian King wer* elected<< : State Convention-------- I among which will be laying out of!'! It la reported that ten British warshlns

bat aafortaaately It waa discovered represented.Now I J.OW.. Adam*, Dr. W. E. Anderson. I t walk, planting of additional grove i( left Hone Kong yesterday for the

that the mill was located *o far beyond John M. Bryan. C. 0. Codrlagton. E. A. The real bottom I I. going to fall) con etc. that win lend to Its beauty and Yang-tee. I

tile water limit that It waa impo.dble -, tha the primary to over It will Crawford. H. L. Dodd. D. U. Fletcher.H. of many newspaper, now teat pono,- popularity. Although the property A The Time correspondent on Knard

to reach It. Not only Ute mill ,, be well to look after yards and prenthec. S. Philip. William Hocker. N. A, l. cooling off. There'll be no cam" private It .to open to visitor at all I the Kalmna. the dtopatchboat of that

and maehlaery were destroyed bat a. There to a warmer Urn comln Blltch. W. W. Farmer. H. W. Lone and dates visiting around "cussing a"<* I times and many are the parties wn. paper explain that eve snag silence

Jsrg'quantity of both rough and I than even politics", offered. CleanKSJS ,G. U BahL Later figure may changethe dlscua-ung" each! other the prlirar :* go there during the season 10 visit RM..1 to due to his baring been warned DOt

d K**><< lumber. Mr. Seymoura or.tie ..- to productive of health and It I result lightly, but It to safe to lay ticket and candidate( rard cume ...! old lighthouse BOW abandoned but j to proceed north of the Che ron-Tbem-

cutter sad veaeeriag maehli>e-i'Is necessary to have clean: ..r-j:that the above have won. and new generally to going to To which stands aa a sentinel strong and .Ipo line until further notice

which b* bad recently erected and ,nuodlng aa' to have dean bodies The latest figure Indicate that there bout a* scarce a* beer' 'v"i -PIM !! Imposing aa a reminder of the past .

patented wa likewise burned. The 1 wit.he I were five Heant and five Parker dele-! t'r.ety Rrcor.t. service It baa heft ia guiding mart net. Uncle Rusnel Sage threatens to quit _

boss to estimated to b* between five., ,I rate elected to the national FOB vet. :along the dangerous coast. The spot New York City If his pernnanl tax to 'j

taad nix thonaaad dollar with ao IB- 11_. I Many a mss sits around and rrnwl :to Inviting la many other ways and not greatly reduced a* he .to not able ..

AC*. Mr. Seymour' mtafortua. Isr There area't enough adjectivn In The Dade county vote for candidates : about having to support a wife vh- those who visit It next season win b* {to pay such assessmentsTb.. million-

r greatly regretted by his frienda.L .- the English language to eaahle a girt J IK* la the table to a* follows: sorts .&IItIIc.n a datrylur t surprised at the many Improvement'''alre, kirk worse than the par! -ontaxation.

.L Banner. II I properly described her flnt been I Presidential EJect.-- support him. I that have been made. .


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GDDAL DIKECTOBTI Abernethy.: J. C King H. VLanxmus. I Rt.'LESIm REGULATIOXS. cps of this aaaociatioa sad truthfullyaaswer
BOLL WEEVIL CAMPAIGN ; I Sea IV The aaaodafjoa snail 1

IfTATK a.ri4.; Is.e.ra.s.rw. Ashtiy R. J. E. all qae....... asked by them In two field days yearly, the date to hi
I Atk:' wii H F. LaSalle. A. L.Lefflr. Of the Boy Athletic Association of regular .
,.. meeting assembled'in decided. upon at the Bert after
II .Iap. misting
the Miami
14esetary ol MatelL C. Craetord.IcarsflerAtosr. Brown.V. M. C. D. I i Agricultural Department's Plan Public School. making this promise' you harekhomn 1 aa election of oncers. .. _
c.Cruaa.: McDonald J. A.Burdine .
?'.....+e-w. ,. aruU.a | Biwh. F C ARTICLE that confidence i In your comrades I ARTICLE IX. AMENDMENTS..See .
to Fight the Cotton Pest. I-PuI"pOl<
'enrybeneral a. t ;V. M. M.J'1I.rd.0. : which makes
urrntUadrBt of rubUeiiswionerof I..tr.rUo.wat { E. T. Merritt. Z. T. Section 1. This Association la or- possible the areatet I. Aa amendment to these regulations -
tsI mutual benefit t
g. YeUs.Aa.rast I for May our every must be presented In
Aplevlnife- .E. L.Bailey. Mulltr, G.Meytrs. Ksnlied the purpose of stimulating wrttiagaf
-earnl-J C. L Fl.. | APPEOPSIATIOS OF HIDE bearing toward you show that
1250,000 yoq > the
!, our interest in meeting previous to the one i
tr rf harass latoraal 1.pnt.duet B. M. I *!'.. H. manly aporta
P..4-Tbr a.r to.stnil r. Trs..arwa !, Sec. 2 Ita I have acted wisely and prudently. Tn : upon which It to rated' and rreive *-
Wre'' S. aim shall be Y
I Fred
...nary Jsrd .;si; .- "'-_ Budge H. C. *. marshal. will now
e. Je. Marts Broader G. D. Moore. T. V.BurdID. ExswrlaieBtal Parau WUI sVe C- | the raising pt funds for the erectionof j Chairman present you to the | a two-thirds rote. Jj
., 1IoI-noo 1ersor. I I of the Board of Examiners
UJT at aunt. AttofaHI-..r.l. T.e..er.t aM .. J. M. McDonald. W. H. darted I. ta. .... __raraaltoo a covered, athletic fletq' and gym ,! See It Any SECTION or ARTICLE :
...,_..... who will ascertain fitness
?i bold: .k"'IIII".b'Je...... I..tttsU.a-T.. r..r.r.m. i: Backus, F. W. McKIanon. G. A. Are .. .. i.p.rted Mss Ik. BlaaMI I, naium. i I honor of your for the may be suspended. by a u. **-rINrtU

fee Yrtar?*l Male Trcwwrr u.:r-W.Befk | Blaekman. E. V. Nelson. Edwin I .( the Weevil la Kadmvvr Ia Ursine ARTICL Meetings. 1 membership In our body. vote. ;
SupvrtalrL4 -
; ..armMtomet s4 ft Public strwls Agnnsitars. Chain. W. H. Perk. R. J. Ik* la***!. Section 1. The regular meetings of I.b.L-lr. Chairman. I prevent I Sec. IV. The order" of bushes ateach :
Irr4ot rw4< u-TlM U.r.r.. .. Secretary I | you a candidate who offer himself for
ell -!.!.. AUura.,-.,eiiriml sad ,'__la.-- i{ Cohen L Prout. W. W. I this Association shall be held the lit'<<'- I S regular meeting shall h* a* follow -
examination.Chairman. .
TIle of agriculture. James
.I Atnraituiv. : Chaatbam. J. H. Patterson S. L.Parrish. secretary und sad fourth Friday In each calendar *:
-tat.Ca a-L t .... Wilson ha* approved the plan for the .-For the protection of .
Allan R.Crosland. our ORDER OF BfSINESS.
Conrad. J. A. month from October to May inclusive -
ar PRIME: COCKT JfDGgSC. cotton boll weevil laveatigation ID thesouthwestt I association each candidate for election I
I J. G. Rhodes. R. W. at 2 U: p. m. 1. Meeting called to order. j
.. .I.... I 1 for wtik-u s special appropriation .to regular membership la required" In .
r.T.,. ,.Cafcrl JIM Clerk P. C. ROM C. J Sec. S The president may call apecial 2. Reading and approval of ai.at,- .
t.a.t.anrr.oawJ.- of *:.::>isll has been made { open meeting as to his qualification
H. H. Msbrr.' AMOCISU JoMiin. Drake, Gaston Rellly. J. B. meetings at his discretion.See. X Taflnlshed' buaines
_-ain.M-.lUa.I.say ft inn state oSMal available. BaysVahin, toa special Remember your promise give clone
fir -ararCCwtJadse. sbod be..w.-. 'Douglas E. B. Rush. Dr. W. B. 1 One-fourth of the regular 4. Application for regular mem

Z. ru. Dora. J. K.Erwla. Rumph. Cdw.Raalersoo. to tile St Louis Republic. members shall tons itute a quorum j i i attention and say nothing you do notk.ow bership. -4-
Secretary Wilon believe that tbe I
to true.
u. a. sgiUToaa.JaekaoavUk.. W. W. C H. for the transaction of ordinary bualnesa I 5. Applications for honorary mem _1
beat method for Meeting w ravages 1.
: Is full '
_J.oe. r.TslUsy.y.. .. Ealos Dr. O.FrisssII. Rumph Ceo. but the number shall never" bej I I I your name T bership.
L... 1-surest.. I caused by the boll weevil win be to | 2. What la father'a ?
5.5. M.pbsa -r. your name
O. c. Safford. L B. less a. Initiation of candidates
than five two of which are offl- '
Into actual the facta which .
pat practice I 3. j'
U. s. 0811fGUMaK.1Fn& Flanagan. R. 8.Frsdertek. BewelU E. G. errs To trsaaact Important business I Tour street address? 7. New business.
bar been accumulated by the department -
DMtrtol (oajaraelag. W gaata. >/load J. 8.Fraaa. sazclhy. J. Q.Ailnier. during the last two year la the the majority of the members moat be 4. In what State were yon bora! t. Suggestions for the good of the

Moat w. Uans. ralaika. J. B.G C.. F. 5. What la your .... (aearest birthday asaorlatlont. 1
snarl DisirMm4 It: SsarkauiX matter" of improving cultural condittoaa presentSec.
rlack. A. P.Clrtmaa. /?
a -w Smith. Julius the planting of early; maturing 4. TIle order of bnalnesa.at each Financial report .
James F. B. I. What la your height la Inches? Adjournment.'S
LUJ.IIIUII t7)MHUMIOJUL Stoncmsa. rarletle of cotton. aulmtltatioa of other regular meeting shall be aa follows: IS.

.,. Gomph, C ILK Sulzer. A. E. crop, etc. The plaaa approved I 7. What la your weight?
.... Chairataa.k. ORDER OF BUSINESS.
: B.BMT. USU_ *Key aU wet w. Cattier T. N. Sbanshsn. M. I which were submitted by; Dr. B. TGallowsy. 1. Meeting called to order. I I. Have you paid your Initiation fee? CONFEDERATE REUNION RATE3. i

t ... Graham 8.Garthsid 8ewn. JohnSeymour. chief of tbe barn of plant t. Do yon attend school?
1 JL c. D.... ...._ Clerk.sal 2. Reading and approval of minutes. '
n airs.114 Based a *. C. H. R. H. Industry, and Dr. Howard chief of tbadlrteion 1*. la what grade are you. : tratt:1:
': of entouwlngy. embody tIM tut- J. Cannlahed' bualnesa. Headquarters Florida Division
Gramllng. J. C. Bawtall t. P. 11. When did yon leave school
0. fCOItVUSIOXH.: F. Shaw H. B. wing llnea of Investigation: 4. Application for regular membership. ed cVI'ttt'aU. TaUafcaa, :
12. la what grade
F.,..,.' co-operative denwostrstloa were you? n... May 14., 104.-Supplement to '
>... B. BsUl). Waal.F Gatti... R. B. Taylor. R. R. work will Involve tbe organization of IS. What grade do you expect to
8. Applications for honorary mem General Ord.o.. 4X-GentlemenTh -..
lit 701 ism DUTUCf.Km Ort ag A. M.Glrtmaa. Turaaga, J. L farmers In Tessa and adjacent states enter?
bership. tlm la rapidly spproachJrg (ot
.. *....< Bnva> sad Dad Caatia. W. H. Tatam B. 3.Tatnav la nock a way us to saves the ealtiva- II. In what grade? .
C. Initiation of candidates tile meeting of tile Ckmfederate Vtoraas -
f i.e. K.K.Dtaklek. ralai ...... Hays J. H. J. H.Watson. din of tracta of cotton aDd<< specificInstructions IS. Do yon smoke cigarette! .
7. New baalaL -. Reaaloa. which eoarsasa atNsshrlll
HI!. U B. ) from the department ofagrVultura 1C Do tab
yon regular physical sad
;1&Di COUnT( auaa.nATJ1'L Hunter. J. O. C. 'H. Thus a definite working Suggestions for the good o< tbe breathing exerciaes? *. Teaa Jane 14-1C. The railroads -

....... .. King rtiOort: Hill. William Whortoa. F. H. plus will be given to each fanner the --oelatloa .. bar made a low rate of one
17. Do
yon promts to abide by the
DADa COOXTTaaty orncise.f Rstaartagtoo M. F.White. E. L tanner hlnwelf to furnish the seed andartllUera t. Financial report. rent per mil travel for .. sad It la
I regulations of this Association?

( If aocb ... ..Iftd. Then
.. .....-&JJe. B. .,.r.MlaaO.awatr qaero. A. E. Wall T. A. 18. Adjournment.. hoped that .. many as possible wra
T. _..... acre of cotton will serve aa object lesson Do yon promise to do what yon canto
Aitaraoy-J ARTICLE 1lI--<>ftkoHL attend. Arrangements have been mad
Hall W. W. Whaler. H. T.
J **r*IIIIlJII&Caatt act. amtSnel Pt. .*> and will be planned to chow the Increase Its rain to us and to our
c-a.- At the first la October sad for special umber from JaefcaoarUla
-raartC-WeaVFrabsek..c. Dsartatm. MtaaL Hahn. F. W. Worley. 0.1 4,. practicability of growing cotton despite meeting city?

ranseMratTaaea-Taos... Msratoa. Oswav Haghsa, W. D. Wilson. LWoodworth. to* presence of the. weevil, similar February the Association shall efegt The marshal will toW conduct to carry tile Veterans and their tJ1ftda

."' Horner J. W. 1. T. work will be carried on In Lonialana a president, ",-prNldeJI t., secretary'and with them to Nashville. These coaches

t: :- .. 1'-- laces A- J. Zlaaals. C. L U planned to bar linn! or lu. UO board of examiner, consisting of win lenr JackaoariU Sunday Bight.JWB i
t. .-a r rr4M.D.... Fathers engaged I. this w.rk. .1 Sea 4. Each member of the board -- .. _.
....* .. Caaaty Osaai.rsar.--6as w cnairman. aa estimator ana a recorder. li, a< .:UI p. ., na the DianeFlyer 1
1-aaart.Ckairmaa, : Breeding and eetertMH work win examiners win then hand to the mar- ,.
wa.McDDsasid. hauled Rant Uckets that ,
K ..,..kar. Jaj...-; L ri i FvH *f Glory have for Ita oLJect tbe improvement ahal a slip of paper on which Is written yonr
J_slwslL &. : ARTICLE IV-Duties.Section way. aid com to Jaeksoartn if
dUst poasibN
K.C. D..sor sia A.QICnT ", William Dean Ilowells, the "d aif ,rent varieties of cotton, with a new -8< :earl.that. I* making them more prolific and 1. It shall be the duty of 8e. that your tickets read aafonowa
American letters.1tJI that whea shaH be handed to the president wftu.
,. oocnrr or UTK TH.ciBCvrr. 1t'D1CIU, hit talented Mildred IU'IJdo. no aa to prevent the car age* of he president to preside at the meetings : Atlantic Coat Lane to Tlf-
daughter wu If the rote la naaalmona for the candidate -
looked the weevil. Tb work will be conduct- and to hare general direction of ton. Georgia< Southern A Florida to
child the
gaiktadB Da*.sad atkar eauatkiajtrawa a i up suddenly f ran*I will say; :
I ad on experimental' farms, which win he work of the Association.Sec. ] -. Central of Georgia to Atlaata
l...t.-*mar../-TaajsrlUs.rramMta her breakfast one right mon o g b. selected' with doe dlaiatlc. Prealdeat, the nnaalmous rot
ABora. D..ib.e.MiaaL.... and said respect U 1 It shall be the duty of theI and the Nashville. Chattanooga a St.
Clert af C*.r -g. C. : soil and other coodJUoaa. I I of our board of eual...... 1 now a.
Pan 1'-.1 CUewB Court saaima** Pins "Father I am full of glory. The bin taw iii- I -prelli"'t to preside la the absence Louis Railway to Nashville (the Battlefield -
$ esabar.Y. making appropriation dare entitled to th*
-vnaa udsV.:Tarsi s Fourth aa tint ;r.La; after Fowrl. "What do you meant said Mr. recta the secretary to Investigate other of the president and to aaatat". [ privilege) of regular membership. Themashai Route). This. we find to be

...., III arU. Howell Insects and dlaeasea. and on* serious him when called upon. the shortest and moat direct rant*. Th
will please admit him and
DAD COUUTT COVET. "Why," said the little girl, "a stir malady which wW recelvt attention IteM .See. 3. It sban be the duty of the.ecretary adjutants of all ramps win ploas retort -

# ,...,Jadca-ADoa I. .,... ....aI. a. exiled' cotton root rot This conduct him to a seat the
beam just got on and I and treasurer to keep exPrect as promptly aa possible aama
my spoon
..... BagaUaraoy. J.T.SsaSot.Mtaari.Wissw If tile rot .Is not nnaatmons In fa-
Tyra-Piet ....., III Ja-uaijrt hue swallowed it"QUICK work win be U the direction of sever records of the work of the AasortaUon. -. of an VI't...... and their friends who
.. ..T>rm>-nrit Haa4aj to lag liamaa* varieties by aetocOoo and I vat of the candidate ... will say:
Maaiiy: to sa'sy; -ep a:! -g-'* of the win attend the reunion, so that ample
t Tarai-ruialaaa.1 la Orlator.aSaly.. breeding and the' testing of types that President-The board of examiners '
.F.U Association r d 'y It r-t r !iy after I accommodations eaa be provided for
V.s.LID OFfCZ.UA1tiTiLLLg. ARREST. already hare been trletted. i iDtnnlO..tIoa i'I to not satisfied as to the eaadldate's
of la considered a majority rote o' all tie members their ,traaaportatioa. Ton win pleas a
: S.Chub ....-. cropa fitness for tile honors of regular membership.
..' W. U.aoatao. $10N1.CEUI.B sow of the moat Important Unea of He shall also make a financial report.: post this circular la a eonspienoa ,\
( A J. A. Gulledg; of Verbena. Ala, was Before ballotjs taken, does '
r' DiagCTOIt work and will hare for its objeej dem- st each regular meeting.See. place ;
t wic* la th. hospital from a aerer any use desire to spaaklsl defense of
aostrstlna work In the direction ofgrowing
By order of tile major-gtaaral, W. jD.
piles 4. It shaH be the duty of the I Prepare ,.
tape of rauslag 24 tumors. Aftet crop other than cotton andof : the candidate? your ballots
:: i doctor aad all I marshal to keep the door at the meet- .. Ballantlne. rommaadiag Florida 1
: I remedies failed. Buck. forage crop with cotton. Diversification for The marshal
; ..
) .
Prsyw .Uac.v.rw.d N
U.I o. Division raited Confederate Veterans I
.i .p...d.T aiabt .}1 ,.II.i. At sr serrdially is len's Arnica Salr quickly arrested fanna "IUunod. by cooperation -I 1 I ings of the association. and admit none/ will pleas collect and read. the vote/

,14 .. ..IT.InWI.r_. further Inflammation and cured him. \ with the' farmers themselves\ i I I except members and Invited guests, to j(]!The secretary and recorder" will bota For further" Information relative ,7o J

"f _i.e Bnane4k. kocrBn t.eI'MoI' a i... I Thirteen of three farms will be loo..t.1f'd >. C aa. .a--. ..,.. _..11'1 It conquer and kills pain. 25c. at all count the vote Three rotes againsta
hI*a&,N ,. ss; salsy srMa at N.. a druggists. In Tex**, Are In Louisiana three 'I exercises to preserve order at all candidate shall be sufficient to re- ker. Florida Passenger agent of tile .
r..rHl..sill ...: s>w.r..i >auweat 1:" s Mississippi and several In other" <
Naahvllle. Chattanooga A "St Louis .*
. -'lIICaa'.c:,.. T1u ._ functions of the Asuorlatlon and to
......... growing' sautes la'i
I I ject.AH Railway Jacksonville. Fla. J
execute the orders of the president
applicant baring been exanilned
Avrane C aaj tit Twelve Dubuque (I.) society gtrr The foregoing work will be rAdjutantGeneral
rl. L.e- Vassar the'board Fred U Robertson. f
,: .. M sMsa after" by the bureau of Sec. S. It shall be the duty of the '
f? > _I"II.- Save formed a leap year club. Those I plant Indnntry. president proceed: I I '
. swl s tI....; Praackuif at 7*> s .. C-.f the lueuibers wl o fall to win the The division. of entomology will toll- :. of examiner to paaa on all *pplications President-Th* marshal will presentthe and Chief of Staff. 1

I twarlk leaaiw .IS. ,a.,,r m.;e I.k.u.tB. .e..-ewls hearts and bands: fit tbe men of their tlnue Ita Investigation on experiment for membership and for entrance candidates' for the final charge. A. j
_iiI- i.-slat jn4 -li'a bok-e U-fore the fin t of tile year win farm Thirteen farms for the growing. to ronteata. The "tlmaurkhall Marshal.-Mr. President.. I present GROWING ACHES AND PAINS.

1 avers r IM .virtually ostracized' from tbe society of cotton will .be located In Texan, and: ee that sit physical measure:!
TsiniTTCacarii.r. 11. Avesa B sad Mel you the candidate who hare success 1
the laveatiga'ioo* condocted' will bare
.._ of their more fortunate slater* Mrs. Josie Sumner. Bremond. T.su,
." r-."' rirVVsek; meets are correctly made and the recorder I full.d all tests .
.. a-bad N.. a<..KeealBgrrayerlJB; ....- sail will not even be recognised" on tbe for their object the determination of required.President write April IS, 1X 2: -I have usedBollard's
shall keep a record' of all such j
ay.eraiae t Heir l.rMslse..ery amerotia question relative to combating < .
street Knowledge of th* dab became -Tour are to be congratulated
Pled sad UMwaayia< Snow Liniment ,
wad.y a' ("> measurements and of the developmentof In my family
...... & ... f-. sad '-'II., Cara.rfWrawats.aia.at. known when one of the girls proposed tbe boll we"'t-Il. wbk-fa bare not upon the wires of your effortsMay ;
b t. B. Fruas. wits marriage to a young man who badteen yet been definitely. ; aettled.' The qura-1 the members and also a record< of'' for three year I would not be without 1
,. what have heraldthe
..It'. !r. Psas.TVSSAS. nt' __ sad AMM A- paying her attentions She la tine .t tbe effect of feitntaera on tbe the remits of all contents. ; yon done today i It In the h_. I have used It oa .'
.. .. .' ,
.s.4.1r seer. ._ I.. sill clockrnawn fa.of. a day of health and happt-
aad ee.vasal.7..ouH1 st T'KDs. formed him that If sue failed to marry early maturing of cotton will be con Sec C. It shall be the duty of each my little girl for growing pain and i
; W.w. &........ I ,I sidered.' It Is planned that then farm -r"' Bv virtue of the power rested
", .' before the first of the year abe wouh member to file with the recorder within aches In her knees. It cured her right 4

*> ..,...-. .......,." mss is al "ro.I I have t. entertain the other member 1 I nail embrace. about I'W ties earn.lareatlgationa one month of his election a physical In me a* president I now pronounce ,; away I have also used It for frostbitten

.qCII.a r.Oarry. a.. -all r arSara.........a.. .. aaa Nay Mrert .t a dinner and after" that lose thebjocety. 1 of paraaltea .. the record of himself aa follows: i von regular member of the 8or."bI.tI .* ; feet with 100.1........ It to
origin home of tltl'u will be
The Association and entitled to .
man tt'
f MIAMI BOARD OF TRADE. .young. promised made tbe Intrndneej I. Height stsndlng. 2. Height on the but liniment I ever used.' JSe SOc. :
I cam to her .....UI'. She Is the first f j object being to ) 1,' Its full benefits. The marshal will;'
..-... her engagement and list ..- j jr these paraaltea into Teats with they)IIIopl' knees.. 3. Height sitting 4. Girth of'head. ...,... Sold IJF Red Cross Pharmacy. 1

"rsa>d.nt WlllUm M r.va..t. .-. kUU arc .....Ioua.A of securing the. destruction j S. Of neck. C, Of rhest toiL please give the new members. seat .
rtrst T. V. Moor with "". ::
through them of tbe boll weevil tnaportlon III. j jec
J 8. Of malat
In >
7. Of
J. E. LummiE. chest repnue. Class.inp'e '
louorta Tlee-I'reeIdMt. Table! .
of cotton products,. their fomlgatlon
4 A reWted .
applicant may pair -
Blaekaaa.tr.s.svr. Of hip 1ft Of thlKh. 11. W knee
V. .
l.mdary. ?i '
and trh.le iah.tj'i
t general expenses attend ng ga-* Jn ..1:11i.:
B. B. Tat... STARTLING TEST. tile rertiacatioa 12. Or law ill time
required by state st
i* most NU'.I :'- ;
Rand et Ouiiiaori W. M. Brow months.. ,
E- H. I will be another" line of work contacted 19 Pall up. times. I ton for table u e. From time: trliiue :
. t. V. ...... J. I:. La A. T-
ei. J. B. Ralliy. F. W. pals W. W. To save a life Dr T. G. Merritt ofj,n; by the. entomolocltt.Inre Sec. 7. A like record must be filed UTI1.: MPVORARY p1E1B one iujx attracted jy inde .:

Fr**:. Ion t1.w.ILTANDINO No Mehoophny. Pa. made a startling .tl atlana Into the life history with the recorder' every tour months !':Rs. I =
/ COMMITTMa. mt resulting In a wonderful n,.... and baUta of the weevil and for th and if no Improvement Is shown It Sec. I. Applications for honorary | shape. but one is sure to turn

LAWS-AsiiM. W. R ; PaU_ 8. L: He writes.a patient was attacked general tenting of oni-moa and machines shall be the duty of tie rhdrmaa to membership will be received from any I i again to the clear cmtaL That
......... JasM* T.; Boymwur. M. R.; will aho be DUd This work will be '
Wartoy O. A.BR1ljOEHHaller.. with violent hemorrhage caused by !I earried on nemaaarlly In the boll weerilmre report the same to the association for { person ot good rb.rut.r110 dealrr j who hue inherited the oM! heavy

B. 1(-: liackua. F. nlceratlon of the stomavh. I bad often ..ted dlatrlct. I.....U clODS of other action. I ISee. to aid ua and In return receive the cat f\if\ from colonist grant!mot tier -

,. w HaJu. F. W.; Roo. C. J.: P1r IL.I' found Electric Bitten excellent for i, disease_ than the cotton boll weeril.taduding It shall be the duty of each benefit of the asaodaUoa.Sec. I are fortunate indeed but for

I S acute stomach and liver trouble* so I' the. destructive rutton bollworm member to take. breathing and physical II. The election shall be by acclamation I those who bate not a very desirable

HEALTH AND iANrTARTJaclwofcJ W. W.; solos Ullle prescribed them. Th patient gained which la one of taw Blast .erhioapent exercises dallr. I after the annual fee shall imitation of it it is procurable at

,. M.t*: lasagna Jr.: Prone. R. a.: Kteg. H. M. from the first and has not had aa attack In several aoatbvni'ration grow- : ARTICLE V-Regular Members have been paid. many of the beet glaw. and chins
tag states win be carried '
RIVERS AND HARD ''ft8-Qar'.1Iat. IB fourteen months. Electric on.Tbe Section 1. AppHcanta for fl'tCDlar' ARTICLE VII. DCES AND TEES. shop Then there u the H'ather"tsM

Ru-Ph. W..ard c.: Ta&_.. organUatlon of tbe work on thete.persdve < one of the moot beautiful of
0H. : Bitters ar* positively guaranteed for demonarratlon farm bas membership shall be male members See. I. Regular members 'ahall pay

B a.; akaaakaa M.AND FRFIQHTBEr Dyspesla. Indigestion. Constipation i Satan under the charge of Dr. .. AKnapp. of the Miami Public School who hsve- an Initiation fee of '1.00 and ten cents the uncolored gists. The Ih.pe.o.,. '-\ %.

RAILROADS/F. B. U: :Lanor. c. D.; !>_-. and Kidney troubles. Try them. Gulp i who la now la! Tetaa. attained a height. of fifty Inches Aay I ,a* due at the first: meetiag la each blon.with. thoughtful csrelesMtes! -: *. **

t 1:.: ....... Wes W. MeDoa-lo. i. A. :i"c at all druggists. boy who has attended or expects' to month from October to May Inclusive.See. .o Hut there i,* s slight and delightful -

< 1UT1DEo T.: O* lk Pape .-r Pelt ., firm*. attend school for four month withinone II. Honorary members shall irregularity in form and edge

.... *. Rl iD.usIR 11. B.; Oaottar. T. Dr. Quo .,.......... the. city chemist *< veer of date of application will be .pay aa annual fee of $3.08. s-hk-h combined with the suggested

X ; XI sales G LAOR1CVLTU1t.Slcksa. Milwaukee has aide aaaae aactHadiouoreries < "feather" in tbe body of tbe glass
B. V.; when considered a member of tile school. I Sec. 111. Members remalalag la debt
examining old
laae rests MYrrMR papera..ey gives a most artirtie result.-New
M_ F. B.: Tatmn. J. H.: GrUr.... A. Talk about names! Mr*. Lo.fchne says the Chicago Rerurd-Uee See 2. The applicant shall have his p I r to the association for one month after York Tribune.

M t Dam J. at.PFBUC skL On else very morn worn bin lie name prevented bY a regular member i receiving notice from the secretary !
BCtLDINOS_. i WBHogat .; and Miss, I.emoa, who lire in a ,
found more than VUtnooo IMI""" .. ianother ..ho must vouch for his ellglbllltv. A shall lie suspended .UI such .
l H. R.: Rarar. J. &: ..w.a western Massachusetts town, spent :34.nmi. on another" &.000. while two-third vote shall be required. for ID.Jt-j.

....... H. T.XAln1FACl'UR with friends in another edness la paid.
Jess: Sunday on a new bill that bad awn >nnt onl; : A Sl'RE THING.
$-rr-.I1. Glee c.: j ..Ifortloll.I Sec. IV. Non-members who
bailiwkk. Now wonder if the i
na a little AW were found. (Jr. rledl t'IItf'f'1
Moor T. T: Ca.ra4 J. A.; Rhoosa. R. I troll has been a Longtime a Ion* aaya In apt,.. uf tula. great number" otgerui 'I See. :' After his election the appllj rwntets mast pay to the T.......... anamount It la said that nothing r* Mr except

*.: RatnVj. aaDCCATIONAIBwr&De.. W. MHA .: time and if the maiden ha. an set? be J ea DOt know that any ar.l j I int may he admitted by the marshal equal to S per cent of the value ,1:{ death. and taxes but that to not alI -

W. W.: Oautlar. ..!..... B. ( nature. If he has, shell be a Lemon -, dangerous to health though it la probable ; *->d presented to the president of the price or prizes molested for..1''I together true. Dr. King's New Dtoeor-

., LaCOa. AL: Ba .lby. J. O ; dmith.JiJh : a long time. And I want ts that sane of the namenxu dales ,, )Marshal"Mr. President. I presets. ARTICLE VIII. CONTESTS.Sec : pry for Consumption Is a sure cur for ,

.: KOI*. A. J. I j jIMMIORATIONBla know why the Malted Milk club of aim are. you a seeker' after a higher, pnysi I. The mnteftta shall he open j 1: all lung and throat trouble. .. Thoui -

e k. a .. E V.. that same town met with Miss Pearl | :&l deveto>mftlt." to all regular member an to otne {i, sands ran testify' to that Mrs. C B.
Tat_ J. H. Dorn J. K.. I IHwaar. MaattmaBr Hew Caba'daal,
MoF 5..FSX J.: W. ISNTERTAINMENT..Rs Fi>>h the other night And did Mi* ;; Bishop nt ha* ea_l three. soC President-"In seeking. membenthlo .ermc between the age or ten and ':'Van )If't,.... of Sbepherdtow W. Va.

.: ... R. W : Fish aDd Miss Lemon go to the.meeting a half arrea of bind la Manila, not fa' In our association you have shown s t..t1_". ray -l had a sever case of Bronchitisr

*!- H. C.; Galt,.... C. H-; R*/lly, ;' of the Eaton club another trans the Lnneta. fur the ate ut tratbeilral desire fur a higher develop, physical See II The judges of the ""content and for' a year triad everything I heard v'

B; ....... JobsADVBRTISIXOTuati.. eight? Were they a Longtime' to eat SI'V* I. The" RU nature.'e shell< cladlgr: assist von In >h.ll lie selected. hv the hard uf eiamleers of. hot got no relief. One bottle of Dr. *

.. T-B. B.Btackman.; Bt. *-'| Eaton ? Of course, if 11,.. Long pinna ran Pi. XiFpben'. ....an.h. whh-i reaching the hefcht of kn amblt'on soliU'lblde and approved by the president ,: King's New Dlxrovery then cured maliaolutely .
u F. B; 8JtqtE. : mats about SM persona -The Tlrt4'ent prorjredina
time there she furtturIt
was was a Longtime Before ; It's Infallible for
Hetkortagte K. F. j Croup,
T. v.: Oian-4. BMmp Hn-nt lines lam
.. Th fan Hat ot .*mhr*. aamtrlBgraty Eaton. Did Miss Lemon hue a think that It .. within hi* province' too sill be nerenaary for you to make r See III All runtertaats la a finale Whooping; Cough. Grip. Paeumoaia

followa: Iraon-aid and was she sweet Uhim solemn I"omlRl'f'"le after me '1 .a-> muM have mad record la '
a apreliminary
la an ar aa i, straw tbe Filipinos away from th M and Consumption. Try It Its guaranteed

P use. W. R. Jackson J. M, Jr. ?-Boston. -Home- Journal. Catholic chnrrh. .....1.m.lh... that I wl ll strive ;o contest satisfactory to the by all druggtots. Trial bottles

;t .,,... W. fct Kolh. A. J. I follow all the Instruction U the offi hoard of examiners. I free Regular dues Sam. Bad. f 1.W.


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I\ "'''''''eI' Filer la tile city ball MiiaU.FU ; .
professions Personality of American Minister
j.he I Announcement will b* Inserted ta u.or -. at Z p. BU, April It. 104. .
Rules and to Govern the Primary to be Held Majj 'r I I'I "
Regulations Dally and w*sly UetronoU for tea del- to the "Hermit Nation. I The following member were prMat
lair or In either edition for flv. dollarmCaJHiidatM
I la ptfnoa or by proxy: Mow Joic
in Dade -
j 10th and June 7th. 1904 County. for County CommJfosMn
I i| and member of tbe school board will bicharsvd I ijoao*. Potter Lyman. Kut.L'BWl.,
?.ttwrsea .sc Ea cein..gATTORNEYS one-half UMM --. & i Filer. Burteahaw. and Klrkmaa.

I! A meeting of the County Democrat! law; and shall at once forward tilt i I'' No announcement ln* rud until paid | Upon motion Mr., Bull was elected

AT LAW. Executive Commute for Dad county !I return to the Chairman of the Count; 'I I i for. f e6.. TWe Si a _..... ttailed 0 acting aocretary.

Will Bracttee Is all_na.SUM.saeren Florida, wa held at Miami., Florida, o Executive Committee --- --- ...... F.aTr aatrs.sd/.asp I i The minutes of the last meeting were

$.datt.eftftt..ler.asatatusadp.rf c n. on the 11th day of April. A. D. 1)04. I The assessment to be paid by tilt I YOM COUKTT TREASURER. bared S rv....'. Ur .t HUP Own i read and approred.Th .

Las TttiM. pursuant to adjournment. ririoji candidates shall be as follows: I Democratic Voters of Dad Cease .rU a.4 Afl._. the
Miami rut. To
r o.aoa The following amended call for iI o Representative! ....... ...:.... IIS 00 I 0 ty. Florida: Cew...... follow:

Pot. SIAGOS. M- D., I primary election was adopted, to-wlt: Senator .... ..... .......... 15 00 I' I h* announce lIIoaI'! a e-ni1M t> The foremost personality la Korea See offldal call on third pa**.

!IoUe.. U hereby linn that then [ Sheriff ..... .......... ..... SS 00 I r'r r.....lectloa te the office of Treasurer today .U the American ulntoter. II X. A motion wa made by Mr. Kirkxaa:
0Iee! wttb lid(10M n..K1 of Dad. County Florida, sublet te Ux
4U ..... mill be a DemocraUe Primary EelecItioa j i Clerk of the Circuit Court...... 30 00 will of a majority ef the Dtmocntfc*Allen. Mff the Philadelphia I'rNa. Tb to aamlnat: county commissioners

xnraxrave C I held In the several election dlatrict Tax Assessor .................. 200I I I, voters, as will b* prod ta the Daacralle. story of ba entrant upon the stageof and member of the school board t>fdittrirta.

MIAMI. FLORIDA. of Dade county Florida on May I Tax Collector ................. 250(, primary' May M. 11M.I' Korean affair sail of his steady ad- Sam was defeated bj a

10th. 104! and if necessary, on June County Treasurer ............. 20 0 C. H. RACI.ER8O. | vaBfetuvut in the favor of the people vote of to t.

D$ 3. .. JACI80H, ,1L, : ':th. 1904. for tbe nomination of all { County Judge ................. ISO I 0 dw Miami Fla aa well aa la official position la as romantic A communication from a meeting of
aa any of the better known ..torH -
" omc: Democratic candidate State aad county j County Attorney .............. 1000 I II! adventure candidate held la Miami May 101M.
j American enterprise
HOTEL%iCAYxg I3l.octcAva.D. to be Voted for by the Democratic ) Superintendent of Public Instruction I j A. E. HETBER Candidate foe and ..ehIf'T.t.I was read and discussed by various ciadidatea -

elector at the General Election to bij ...... ........... I 00I I '! dw County Judge. Minister, Allen was bora la Delaware, I before the committee. PlaiHy.

MIAUL FLORIDA. j held November 8th. 1904. and to be appointed 1 County Commissioner ......... I 00 It; X. in ISM and wbea twenty-three. waigraduated tile following Importer, clerks and

by the Democratic Connor i I Supervisor of Registration.... I 00 from Onto Wesleyan univeralgr. I polling place were decided apoa for
B. RUSH. FOR SHERIFF. Two years later la 10. be married t the
DR' W. i of the State between the date of bold- I Member of County School B'rd. I 00 | following product
holdIng : a rlamnale just preparatory' U I No. Ceo.
the l-I..pectora. McPherson
Office 22S-12th etreet. Pbone M. tag such primary election and Justice of the Peace......... 1 00 To the DemocraOe voters of Dad Ceuv setting out fur China aa a I'resbyterlaamla.iwtary. : ,

RHld.0..10th Btreet and Arena of the primary election A. D. IMC, !Constable ..................... 100 T,. Florid: | At tbia time Korea waiI Ernest Sl1P"",. 1. M. Ennla; den t.

a.'noD. n-tR. and of a Democratic candidate for County Flab and Game Warden 1 00" I hereby announce .,..&t a oandidetifor I attracting connlilmible attentive. forbee I H. W. Heaaey; polling place, tore ot
KUVI. FU.r. State Senator to be voted for re-election to the offlee of ghMla el 1 Miss Walter Klteblag.
I United gates bad just been opened to COTlllutioii.
All candidates are required to file i a
Dad County. Florida. subj.ot t* tile
I by tile Democratic member of the Legislature I | she baring remained' tb Nil.I.apecton.. E. Edward. J. B.
written application to hare his name will of the majority of In. DcoweratM
w. BACKPS. = of the State o fFlorida at Its appear upon tile official ballot. 01 I voter .* will b* .xpred ta the Democratic |' hermit nation" .long after China and Isis, Henry Brooker; clerk E. c. Mil.

"' session in A. D. 1906. primary. to b* hold stay Ml IfM..dw Japes bad given np their exclusive'The i let; polling place,, school hi .**
blanks furnished by the Committee.
?!an,8pecincatlon* and Detail Made The following officers are to be nominated I' JOHN FROHOCK. I a.-.. No. laipecton. H. U Hllller U
for' Binding, of AU Kind. Fine accompanied ,with the fees above aej .Il young mlmlonary doctor had notbeen '
said election to-wlt: W. Burkbardt. N. H. Bitch clerk 3W
a Specialty.il at primary 1Una before made his I ; .
Residence forth with S L. Patterson Secretary long la ( he
State Senator. j l t take this method te Inform the rot. 1 Comstock; polling place eta
1 United ,
1315. ATCSCE D.QK.R.X.CEA7XB lof the County Democratic Executive, way doma to Korea oa a tour of laprvtloa -
> Oyrict I era of Dad Cwnty that I wit be a eau I 2
1 Representativ In CoDCJ'MIo Second at hi* own ErtdeatIj
j| Committee on or before the 21it da; ,caste for reeioetion t* th* oIIcc 01 Clerk expense. I
Coogreniooal District 1 of April A. D. 1904. of the Circuit Court subject te the action I be sent back favorable reports to his No. laapeeton.. W. H. Con h. A.

> I 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the This April llth 1904. .of tb* DraMersUe prlmarlM. Kay M.promising. superior officer la New sort for la a Mall Jess Daagbtry; clerk Qillea
If elected te perform the d. abort time be received. a cablegram Peace
I fall term of six ,an. ; polling place, school
DENTIST. W. A. nl.r.Aueat 1 tie of ta* omc*. ta tile future a* ta the containing the single word .K....." 5la.pecton. J. E.
of tile Court. Chambers
S Justice Supreme -
_r" : Chairman. past to the bt of lilT sbfflty. I wfflb Thin be understood to mean that be
..". L B. Taylor. T. M. McRae H.
Oft. 1. .....* D*aUIAUL (1"-' 1 Goreraor. George P. Bull.SeeretMT grateful to those who will favor as* tboukl undertake to find a foothold la ; clerk.

FLOIBDA. 1 Secretary of State. pro tem. with ta* r rotes, the capital of this age old nation with' I P. Hodges; polling place school kouae.

1 Attorney-General. QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. I dw E. C. DEARBORN. Ita towed Intolerance of Christianity.Be No. I-ID.pectora. Z. Carender. Jno.Umetead. !

was, thus the Brat Protestant misJslooary B. F. Saxon; clerk. W. a
1 Comptroller. Seed .PrIIlW'1-Ttleeda7. Jane 7,
Home Seekers I hereby uuxmne myself *. a aaadt- i to Korea. The Called State Chassis: poHtag place. Hardeel atore.No. .
1 Treasurer. 1904. 'j date for the office of Clerk *f the Circuit minister General Foote mad. bin
I Inipecton.. R. A Bryan W.
Attention. i 1 Superintendent of Public Instruction. I{General Election-Tuesday Korembeiit r 1 court subject to tb* acUoa ef the physician to the legation, Ibo giving U Brackwell. D. ONeai
clerk Frank
interest j Pemoeratie party. Primary' lctloa May him a a ezcn e for remaining .. Seoulwbfth ; :
1*>4. I
find it to ,
You will your Straoabaa
Ie. WA. I ; polling place Strasahan'esew
., of Agriculture. ao Korean could gainsay.Two .
to call OB me before investing. The registration books will not be J. & FREDERICK. o baIL ..
I month later the Ameri-
to I 14 young
and room Kallroad Commissioner.
houses o
T nuahed reopened for the second primary election. can' Aa Insurreetioa No. L-Ia.podon H.
in real eetate i opportunity ram Padgett. J.f.Newlaa .
Real bargains 1 AdJutalltGea.raLI TAXc
rent. Insurance taxes.collections. I FOR : broke out la Seoul, and alx Korean J. W. Ins; clerk. R. Cotbroa;

city and country. attented to. I State Chemist POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. I hereby announce myself candidate were murdered at aa official dinner polling place, school ._

speciaJ. etc.license, authorising I 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Serentk Payment of poll taxes for 102 and for the office of tax collector of party and a seventh. a relative. of I No. laapeetora., J. 8. Pardoe. A.W.

Bare a transfers Judicial Circuit 'i I Dade County subject to the action of tb* king and the most prominent of all.Prince I
BW to prepare all kinds legal 1903 I* a preroqultlt to voting at el CromartIe. J. 8. Peters; clerk, 3. E.Peadleton .
lID 1k who had been
o Tone .
of real estate Low fees. 1 State Attorney. Serertb. Judicial: elections tbia tile coming Democratic primary.dw i
year. Korean minister I.,this country 'was ; poling place, school booa. of

Prompt atteatioL CARROLL. Circuit I EXEMPTIONS. T. N. OAUTIER.FOH I badly wounded ....ko.t once ....... II No. 10-laipecton. L. A. Oibora. J.
C. .
Public 1 Proeecutlng Attorney. The following conditions exempt the city. Everybody began to took oat I M. Burdlne. Fruit J at dOll; clerk M. R.

Notary 1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial TAX ASSESSOR.I for himself. Even General Foot and
Avis D. YEt SCOOJD Si.geliabla. persons from the payment of capitation Keltam: polllag place city halt
M* :I District hereby > myself as a all the European fled to Chemulpo to j
r or poll taxes: announce I No. laipecton.. Jaekaoa ....

:, 1 Member of the Hone of Representative First Any _one who ha lost a limb CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of be under the protection!' of the gunboats.II I rock. Jobs McKlaal J. W. Galloway;
the doctor.
: 1 Dad County object to tile action of except young missionary clerk Fletcher ;
la battla. Albury
Within bait aa boor b* wa at the I ; polllag place .
breJaeteOetlciaa.W.CMAYNARD. 1 County Judge. Sfo-.ocl-AaT one who was ES yean the Democratic primary.d aid of tile wounded prince disregardIng Old Hard* bouaae.

t 1 Sheriff. .. of age on or before December 11. DOL C. L. XIUANIES. all danger to hlnmetf.I I No. IntpeetoTK.. W. A. f'on...,. J.

1 Clerk of tile Circuit Court He found tbirtM-tt Korean dodos Go. {.
N ho&-UlIIeL W. J. Doaghenj
..A Seal 'I Third Aay one becoming of age (21 I ;;
I Fitted 1 County Assessor of Tax*. FOR PROSECUTING AT1")RNET.I gathered. around about to pour black clerk Geo. W. Hoodie; polling pUce.Browa .
: [Casses! learilelj yjan old) oa or after January L lt03. wax Into the gaping wound. Dr. Allen t
1 Tax Collector. I hereby announce: myself a* : candidate *: Mood!. warehoaa
J f tteket, poets, 7eweler7 I at Fourth Aay one who bad become i I' I pluckily wlllwluud, tbeui all willie he .
1 County Superintendent of Public Ia- i for the office of Prosecuting Attorney No. 13-Io.pectora. Henry Goamaa
f resident of this State and county x tried what werteru science could do. 4
-- itructloo. or after January 1. 1903. for Dad county subject to the While these linked on wondering a* Ernest Mall Will Aaderaoa; clerk C -

L. MCDONALD 1 Surveyor. approaching Democratic primary elec tied up the net-ten and sewed np the W. Hill; polling place school b_

GEO. 1 CodBty Treasurer. If properly registered, any of the tion. IL F. ATKINSON, 'wound and continued his treatment No. laipecton.. 3. W. Saxon W. u

ka cwiEi.i! Laid. I County Commlaiiooer II above can Tote at all election. Stat Miami. Fla until the prince got welt EL Blantoa. W. R Slatrnak; clerk J. ** '

a .>- 1"T and held this withoutpaying It wa* a heroic thins for Dr. and MrsAllen I
.__g*.. .Wi-- 1 Member of tile County Board of county, year r C. Holly; polling place, school boy... t

.COCOANUT GROVE. FLA. Public Instruction. any poll or capitation tax. I An Easy Ch_.*. burning to remain and ballet where were building whining were i It wa moved aad carried that name*

I 1 Jostle of chi Peace In and for Districts PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS ;I Then have voted' down your tbrwiicb tu. streets and treason and lof candidate for member of the coon:4

Nos.1.2,2.4iti6,7.f,9. Persona under the following conditions bill," remarL..d the great man's pri- fanalk-hni were on every ba.... Here executive committee be placed oa

J. A. DAMN I 10, 11. 12 and IX will be liable for one poll tax vate w
about tin ie
tar .a.ry ..trttt..re..i east (lean. tueie wounded We
the nira.ureP'"Ium' tr
T 6 T. 6 9 10. 11. U be: candidate for game warden be placed
I' S I. .
.. r 1. I. 4. s
-.J shall lire In the. h-gatlon. with the old
.... c- ...... : Mid. the great man :r oa the regular ballot and the eandl'l.
and U.
Any who became CS old
one years Sag flying, and trout the kind. Fatherto
r t iot!i.tully.' "Ju t find the I date for Hid
; parai office be annned $1.*0.
'.a..r twos Elector for DO
0. I Presidential during 1902 will be required to pay II rare
ties trot i graph ,here I Mid, 'We point with : Mr. Joha, of I"reri.et0.. 1 headed
at Large to National Con- The emperor of Korea la recognition
4 Delegate for account of poll tax for that year.
{i priae t ) those who cast their rotes: of Dr. Allen' service by which be had IB hi. resignation .. a member of tile 'f

rention. Any one who may become of age (21 and change U to read, 'W* point thefintrer *
rotmlIONEYADTA1t 5 District Delegate year old) at any Urn during 1901 [ of nora at those who cast fulne of western knowledge. ..stabUalyd ,I A motion made
I wa aad carried that
Secs wail h..vaad. .... U Member at Large of State Commit- will be required to pay |1 for poll tax heir rote-: It will be all right a royal bonpltaL tbeHouse of end .
clerk be paid $2.00 per
teL for the year UOX then. Cincinnati Times-Star. Civilize "'''MIIf".I," Dr. Allen In ,,
1 County Member of SUM Committee dir. tfter being atlll IB the employ '
Any ODe becoming a resident. of this I
ARE YOU GOING National Committee. of the i'1.' : rise board. of for-'.II The next meeting of the commit
1 Member State and county during 1902 will be Mow .1.....* Mode HU Mark.Admiral eif* ...1 Ioa.. la this Oral bwHtotlmi. waa called for April 21, 1XM.
? 1 Supervisor of Registration. liable for the poll tax for 1903. I Atexeteff tar front the rank
North or West of extern civilization la Korea Dr. ,i There being BO farther business d

1 County Fish and Game Warden. WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. ef the Russian. .rr. lie. Out attracted Allen wltbla a bnrt time. was performing i i motion was made and carried to adjourn.

I Member of Dade County Democratic1 An male Inhabitants wto are 21 : attention while In thin. country., a young half a ....... or more ofienltlno .i .

uisville Nashville la and for Uewtrtuut without InfltxiM-e |mj withI every morning and mini.t-Ing to
Executive Committee yean cf age and wen under SS yean i CEO. P.
& aSecretary
L OUt family. He bad landed at XanFranrivo upward of 100 dispensary patient IB I
( T. ..
Predate NX J 2. 2. 4. a of age December 3L 190L Pro Ten
i from a t'MI'-' Alaskan water the afternoon. The hospital Itself. aceomnimUted

Railroad I. 10. 11. 12. IX and 14. Any one becoming a restaent of this I on tbe battleship Knrl..k when war forty patlenta. I

"iAOters laexeeUeel passenger _,.Ice. The roles governing said pnmarjlection State and county prior to January 1.1JOI. i i was Imminent brtneen Russia and A. It to flx flrnily the place of this MADE YOUNG AGAIN.

Modem traits earrjlag Pullman shan be the tame aa those will 6* required to pay poll tax I Crest Britain orer the Ualkann. He. at skillful Yankee missionary the royal I 41,

'ap&o4a'eoet'lMe, free ,.- b1t11.DetaoeratJoExUneomalu.e. i once cabled. tw the llmwiaa naval office favor the euiperor lilmcelf fell *sick to :

sieepefl, and dialag earsbetween adopted held la for i>02 and UOX asking penuhMkui. to punb.e In tbiiscountry be cared by Ir. Allen This gar him "One of Dr. King s New Life Pill
chair ears at their meeting
clialag If they become n resident. after January a number of rewrl to be nwda the title of court phyttclaa and a commanding '
and southern clUea.Th. Z2d. 11M. for each night for two reek. baa
northern Jacksonville January put me
1. 190X and before January 1. I cowmendentmyer* to prey oaEnrlloh position at the palace, which i I

...., .I.ia bar service la the' governing State. primaries, ao far aa 190X they yffl be reqaired pay poll commerce and received s replyto latter be. h.. held to this day. j jAnother I In my teen*' agala." write D. H. Turner -

Hewta. will be applicable to tb* tbe effect that there not tline for
the same was erldence of tbe high favor la of Dempneytown. Pa.
for They're the
tax only.
Aft AfttU Btfl Taroof Tickets via county primary. Those sad only those the deal Atexeleff. tele. .nphed bai-k. arevpertfal which be. was held waa his appointment .
Any one reaching their majority (21, bent l la the world for Liver Stomachand
shall be permitted to become memm tot the effect thai by the direct wish of the emperor i
L.&N. piteous
candidates before, or rot at or participate yean) oa or after Jaaaary 1. 1102. win I I I. perbap knew the situation betterla to be fArelgn secretary of the. Knreaa 'I Bowel Purely regetable. Never

rr rat**. schedules and sleeping ear la themaaagemeat of said primary be subject to payment of poll tax for I AnHTk-a than It ..... known la Uu- embassy to the United State lie returned gripe. Only Ke. at all drag store.

rcserritions apply M 1903. I}I ala and revived the Decrmary penuiaion. after a lime to take np his run- 0
; election, who declare their adherence la ten day be had purchased' One mlMlonary work bat la Iflno. with. ,
J. M. Fleming.11nMavMwiN.ars.als'. la all case of exemption of a voter I
-. to tb* principle and orgaallaUon I eight .hlx. and although the war cloudnod the consent of the missionary. board, he '! Brunswick figures BO more w a MU
.. As
-.r of the Democratic ,party. Na- from payment of poll taxes. b* must Ii 1 blew o'.er the Incident was the was BMO. aecriry of th United lumber exporting port That basin***

....a./ .P.LOIEI5J101EYADf Uoral. State and county who ar by secure of the supervisor of registration I taking of Aleirteff.. l'po his return States >Station at SeouL During the te I being transferred to JackaonTlll

the laws of the State lawful elector t eerUQeat* setting forth the fact that I l In Russia be. wa. given fotumand of a World'a fair at Chicago he served ..1 i ieooiOiKialooer

such voter n If the certificate ship, and .n.tbrre yer be ms aa ado for Korea! la ISO be '
la which exempt If
of the election districts they you are going to SL Loins Uk a
( I oilral Now he to vice tsar uf Greater wa made charge d'affalrea at Seoul
offer to rote who bar paid their poll exempts tb* voter from payment of hotel with you !. the shape of a weltUled .
.0. Rmvla and "lord of ill the land which by President Oreland. and PresidentMcKinley
MWYre.e ...,., Lanes legally doe DOt lea than ten poll taxes for both yean (1902 and ; 1100 between Baikal and Ibe |-.HBr andwhhb appointed him envoy rxtraordlnary loach basket and avoid tile akining -

days before said primary election, and lJOS). If properly registered, be eta I extend meta the. Arctic to tbeTHIow and mlnhrter plenlpoteadary. reported to be la practice tner

BO VEAHf who shall when challenged by aa elector then rote apoa pneeatlag to the la-1 t _."- New. Orleau TInie-Dem- which po lttoa be Mill hoUa. by hotel shark

WERIENCLI4 pledge la writing apoa oath be- .Doctor* each eertifiear- of exemption.If ., O rst Minister Allen baa Ideatloed himself. .

lore say Inspector to abide by and th. yoUr hi nbjeet to only one with' all the bet tot'"t.: ot t" rear HERBINE.

support the resul: of inch primary, and poll tax. either for 1102 or VOX Ute try. and b* andenitanda the native
rharifter tborgugbly. H* ha* written) -
rapport tile comlnte thereof. same rule win apply as to securing .
FOR t book upon korea and It* folklore as : Will orsrtouie Indigestion sad dyspepsia
The shall be opened and closed eerUAeaU of for the 'r
poll a exemption two nD a* *e erfl paper dealing with
regulate the bowel
; tad
T sasKsCovwtsi4ys .,it tae several election district, at the rear*. UNITED STATES SENATOR tdentiAe. UatorKaJ and missionarysbjert. .
oes liver and kidney eomplalats. It.. tile
loan. fixed by tile general election law. la connection with Korea.anssa.r .
&c POLL TAXES. lINt blood onricber and Invigorator labe
--.T A-------! ... .. The following named person ana are hereby la order to b* qualified to rote at the I Iprimary | FOR Fu.bs.se nee N.n.J world. It to purely vegetable, per-
: .. -- appointed Inspector Clerk for
-'-- .i..aiV5dis15..ii.5dS _P51.55 electioa OB stay 10th or JOB! H. Batrhlnaoo. who represent* a ectly harmless and should yoa be a

--r..= \-.ra ire-t...; =.. I I be ..._: election districts: T. 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 19031 JAMES P, TALUFERRO large tailoring company of New Tort. *,sufferer from disease, you will one It If

...... --.---..... (See report of committee meeting or must be paid oa or before I o'clock P. laid at tb* Hotel Baltimore ta Kann you are wise..
4. SdtlnfiC lnericaL I Ia ,lest p. .) It Friday. April 21. DOt (ten days before .1 COMMONLY PRONOUNCED CWy. M .. the ether day that flaanel R. N. AIId...... editor sod msnaxeroeoa

t. __-.., r... .r -l!. ee. tb ant Ar IT WA clothes for men ar going to be very
\: primary election).
__ .c ___ The voting shall be by ballot or popular this ummer. Flames will .' ? and RorkJedg* New. Cocoa
_. __....Ii. O5.... is.isisltUNHi I
& ..e...,. New Ynr' I j''Icket famished by the sato ...! a SPELLED .b.* the thing." .*M Mr. Hntchlnna to a Ha., write: "I bare used your Herbins

.._ _. r.d.t It would be well enough to prohibit It.... City Star reporter. They will la my family, and Had It a most
'rooaty Executive Committee: and Vh
I'I'fCU the marriage of divorced ......... butt < nJT be 'worn la modest d**tpt:. *kM. iXceUeat medlclae. It effect apre

close of such election the laspee- would be still better to prevent tat ', TOLIVER rlotbo vD b* popvtar ata*. The doable aoself bar been a marked benefit.

JII!! :ton sad Clerk shall proceed to caaras marriage of peroa who ought *o .*.) ...hemmed. coat will b* tile thing tar I recommend It unbesltatlnKTy Sfle.
the rot U accordance with th* State at.wced.-wl \ ctoa Post. i .... "_ -- --..-- ',Sold by Red Cross Phamaey.IrC .


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HIAHI METROPOLIS., The primary election Just .... .rrrrH'PrFrrrI_-u----- r"r -" K-' [ DO NOT AIL_TO see I IWUALER'S
l len full of r'irprlacl. and 1-: : i.I.\\
--- -- --- ... -_ -, .. : -. ... .
kiippuM-d candidates :; .J--: I ;
fmMlsm 4 .C" iltj ._-pt 9ss4T.ft. the :- :r 4' ..! i ;..! :;' ;"! JEWELRY STORE
ft. HO* ft the Slate w hu hare cone dow ,,I :. =_: .;; i"i = = !"= '.: ; -I

. c t. f. itmihfcioii ( IArL ; feat at the hand of apparently.... I 1 1' .:;-..=." = .-.:.' ::t= !-:! ra: i
E .J- men The content for i "f' 314.12th Street.MoREE .
I.t.asttawsts- :
!*<-n one of tb..urprl_.

f ....;.. a n. r.. <...';.;-M_1tu4lf.etdw..e.ad '4I,;if\cr looked' upon Hroward as a U.IW} . f

t Ta..wt-- s.utesra- 1I.....,.' p.Nialed-ear IHIK veloped pn>|Mwitioa urpriiiing ID the strength race I' ... ...... ;;I;'; "" ; -.-. .. .; ;. ( MMM *.

r i.. .s!. teal et ta. raft.d st.NS si 'M : . .
I +_ ss"1oenI ..11... -,..._ c-ordiug to the latent :. :. : :. : : : BR.O'S.
u Col Davis for first place. :. : :-: ,
.teal rsadag..ace.. IS nsu*..M'....II.. '.. figured as the KIXDEH LOU. GA.
wmWK4 rtti u fraui tar* Ma> mho was .
._ : : : : : ,
-Tear- Mall..-.5.00 I em tHiptMitKW) to "Our Bob . L? Hake -
Ot by --- -- ---- '-
la and is at the foot of the I
IM *king
i S-i Months I .! P TaInferroKa
line, while -t iK1-'a-
.. ITS quartette
f Three ..10F who classed with Bro.ard, Is : : Si 1 Kinder Lou
= NCtockton-
by I Grates.
r Ci* Reek I the struggle ;sa. aa2..--5SJ; __ : j

F f Tie litoi PriiOBi Compo ,, It Is difficult to realize, : I W ilkinson Call ''i"I. YrKCtl ,

Advertising rate made known on .true. : -_ MCK- S P-OI|I. --, Chase & Harne)'. Miami

Application I(,I We still insist that CoL [) ..I( If !Iw 8 Jenningsc I Sell
s r .. .. ... .. .a:1 =sD3Lln.dez
TELEPHONE tl-JR. man for the place, and If ,

: OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. will do their duty June 1. all I 0&K': ="_aa.....!. .bt'l o'i< "_ R \V [_taro I Lou crate .
-I -
I'f U! and 44 Twelfth Street. an to this fact will be forever I, : .5"-1 iN II Broward tH all over Dade
Opposite Court House.COXPAXATITX I Colonel Davis as Congressman .... _... .. &0.OC.. .. -.. .. _=_ County.
I ..f...... ....(>. .< ..>.. (...(.. . ... .. .>. MMMiI ..
.. well, I '
; State and country I .. __ ( U Brown s
DiaTARCia.TFomT. and satisfactorily. He Is B J.I...C..eNK_ _* sYr :acts-sa -- ------

R I frtm I IFmrt r- 1[., well known and tried. In his I .: .x 0:ll2sLa3ssgs3s.ers I COKutsicenK- _H _H Mitt _I . . . . . . e. . . . . . . ,

Ts I ITsattmJktisBi I/,1 MOM MUM Wes action years as has a met public with servant popular his& I _: J M Barr -I I I Epicurean Restaurant f

tt ._....:_.....J mTi I Ml .-.... be charged against -
r' Crua.... ......._' a" MJ M naught can ; K-- : Frank ClarkWatnon ;
T Stl IM in man as a politician and as a si cKScSr.ssa. c : e J05-/AA 5f.
.Cmk :.::::1 ass I (MOsaH .q
m4 I
ssn .rttsm. ...?. i Ml 'MOnhMTM enr Can this be said of Captain : :: i.: I g -K r .. K t'has lK>ugbertySsg :.r t
*,.. .- _a .aPStvs:a I
remember his Continuous
.,..-- Ps.s.is.. 1- I II led .eq ardTDo you gCI Serrtce from 6 o'clock a m.. until 10 m \
;, ,, ..I I behalf of the dispensary la. I i: Alexander I s ..-. .--.- .... AA . p.
r_ aaa .a.o.b.l I eQ : rCKte.:!f..-.u..i: fO -- .. . . . . .1. . . .
MlM............. .I.11" I Ihaa gas set would have been an eternal ... -

r --.\ I........I I IUa4SW..I 1 14 .. to the State! Do yon -: .1 I NNr..ve..b .___- w P I JC. J. PECK:
he was removed from office when B. .. UIU .J-.

| MAY 17. 1904. iff of Duval county, by the ; -II- a s a s ?sj F II Hudson. PeeK 9 1 Bailey

for neglect of duty! H.ye'OII ......... .
: i :; IIJ"-III' I jp O slif Cn .
r- ,CNZCae. ,
ten that he Is a self-admitted C
Jim Alexander not only lose the YACHTS. LAUNCHES'SAIL &

:, enngrewiional plum but he loses a by engaging la the filibustering ILlJl5 S I la Grabam W king I T Overhauling- ROWBOATS
ness against the laws of the & == s s:a= P RepairingMarine Railway.
wife I........ Poor Jim. = 7011 An n D.
Can remember : .: MIAML FLA
rountry you TiT."IIPI--- Z Button. I t
o s
deed' he has ever committed --
Mr. SherJa can DOW real.se 'thai or -- -
en. "Cxar".ean. be turned down by titles him to the esteem and 5: ilsassistasaaiaaj I : : r.Heyer U' . . . . . .-.-. .
the people and the honor -
UH common people.
the highest office within our : tl .".::."-e.K :;et IIB Sanader*
o _II!. J O".L
Frank Clark ram ahead of Barr Can you In viewing the t the 839 f

t about 25 per emit This might lead ,ords[ of these two menu' say : 2
some people to believe, that Clark waS Davis who has served his ...... .

al.o mixed up la a eoatract deal. country well, Is not the superior : :_ 2Ls5i. i8_=_S M.a:iFI T Sander__ J I IW i t:5 y Sii ( palm "a( I. ;:

,- 0 man who has done exactly the R : Corner Avenue B and 11th Street.
Taylor 1 1I
Dixie Begga. a brother to our own I site? : .ZiI.I.: .!=$I== ;;
I Jim Bens defeated the mogul of Eacambia. I ..!; P:t=ai1 :; O De Berry I Ir A. Muller. Proprietor .
J. Emmett Wolfe for Judge, POLITICAL CHAT. .
; 'Jit
y. e f the Criminal Court .y a vote 01 ;..."-1 Q3 ..re. .:!.. K.t.- '; T X (3aatitr i .. | Open all the year.

1.535 to 774. The primary to over and I .:i.. R B MeLeodooKKortoa I !:'
: | J;__- .-';* :.
left a natural consequence Ns at $:'50 per day and np. Special week and
-- -- W : f per to Comm .-
r Mr. BbeaU mar win biz suit againstMr. where candidates had no :...i.L I :.;a;! ss.r_ I.K. i rciar men. Large Sample Rooms.P. .

Holtoway for defamation of character Let us remember that If we : : I 1a |Cha Peacock O. Box 668. a MIAMI. FLA.
: n _.. .__ ,," .. ..
bat that does not chant the I oar choice the majority got bt..J . . . .
4"t fact tiiit the people wallowed the, and It Is Democratic principle : .. :.... ;:..: '..|J KAbramsJoho I II Is . . )

i.t- Booker T. Washington yarn with food cept the verdict of the majority. : cJ =: :_; !!;:!,1 =; : Frobocs

(rare. It waa a aure killer for Shratso there be no sulking In the ... orare'Ie Hotel
: i 21 I a-agggS: :!- PUohnRt'\es'| BiscayneOpen
no unkind thoughts of opposing! :+-
1. Hearst has at last uttered one sen- ** ; .' mmf WilliamsE I I
did.... linger la our minds. The : .-? & :

,, atble.-tJoL baa declared that nations are made, ana to '"' P-II i =g. =.... II...-= .=.-._--= Hall U 1st to from lay November 1st. S. GRAHAM' Proprietor
1'7". b. will. abide by the decision of the growl will neither change the ; :-
: : C "'"'* 3y
& St. Louis coareation. It will be a Improve our f..IIDJIII.0.. : : .eels..J jSisB == >j 33J i Corner Arcane D and Twelfth Street

ease of hare to". whether fte wants us..r gloomy" recollections Impair the 1"4'I.. \I >*3 Cj i.125S ..-E B King Jr r.:

," rotSenator and make us feel bad. The .... MIAMI| FLORIDA
I ,
N a # Gen O ButlerO .
t pi. candidates should feel flattered .. ,K If. = sef .:.2.
Mallory should certainly"riew ..-t .-.. .a -- 1 1t t ..
& they have been chosen over ; L Mcl>onald
: =__ f\)
with ..1tbe tremendouivote men. but not boastfuL Let the ; = _. -: =. .. .. I ClCOIQOOCIIClOOOOOOCjOO: ) )

polled after la Escambta he declared county for Stock Immediately pie-Tan of Lake,.. Herald.county' { stand for ; ilf.s: I- =...".._.--.--.-. --.-.. C I. Ximaoie .': i ( Bush & Safford Piano Co

ton. The senior Senator may cut a lot K C Itearbora ,
Tuesday was a long day to XiL !! !' -"sii_ I of fee bat be evidently rut It at the e. -- .
membered In Florida politics. In JI -I i O Se:.. Zwpre.wxxta.timaai
: Frederick
Urn* __ _
wrong : ill I ,, M"
a< well as state affairs the 5.ft.I4C.I s _.

rSome people Batter D themselves that.f :I work was done, no stone .. : : :! I _.y. 7. T Merritt I I I';; t:) I Steinway & Son's. New York.

unturned to accomplish the _c__.. -x :a :a. ... 25zxxwrezi
In view of Frank Clark's immenseveto : : I :Piano C=.. Ssatsn.
Barre will,have the crto galway I certain candidate and their : : U I = -eLt.tRYbmithQ : I
result :_ ..., _re sJ.5-,'1! Other High Grade Piano and Piano
Instances the
back and fit down, and reflect j I In many o : : H b Player.

1 eternal credit on himself by refusing '' vote could not be based" .1I : ... L| a .. -KSl->.K--.-.Mt4- ;!2-BHI'ct"! j Pianos from $225 ups Cash or easy payments. Tun.

< rood time. They don't'I' upon the popularity of the I j ni.n.ij and Repairing. A few
to run a I 'M-C| H Ranler on $ ; bargains in slightly
-"t know the man or his method. j,( greed. Jealousy and selfishness : ;! ar!fsslt.tls.! rr s3-- 1.1 1-: used I pianos. Open eveninjjs.JOOOCXXXXXXXXX3OOOOOOOOQOCOOO1 ; .
;>srt that was ntgk eahle. Again .
|I 'U\, Gotde f 8-
-{ The Metropolis U la position to sa>. I reports mere circulated to ruin I : : &.1 I\ St5S =58e57J,7 : 1" $I KXX3OOOOCOO IIIIIICro!
-I told yet 80..Ith regard to cw |i Innocent one, and we are sorry to i
JcMS Burtathaw I ,
__ _..: .
Com.r local race In this district. It I I hat these reports had their |! i.-a_ ;_ ..*.. j x :aK H-: sec" Si I ''s' Mr. R...... mna.er of the DrLau ,

I. contended all the time that Frank The principle of the primary IE: N Iimkk Tel. ione Cumpiny. has jest rerelve.1'
I ..:;. !A 1'Y )
Clark was the strongest candidate lathe I has been folly Indorsed' Dv the \ MYN_,._ e.ete.a. .. x si "C I a communication from the Hell Triei

race and rapported Ia... as against it seems to be the only plan ny It. B :-&oo..m.n I 3: i phone pm|>:e to the effect that they

.... Dougherty for that rsoa. although |I the people have a full "....... yet : :..!, J I! :t= .. ==, ac have d..l.kd to cuutinu.. heir long

urged not to do so by many strong j: name time it has has Its : : .1 -_ 'it" C AicberM :: dMan'e! tool line between Jarknonrllle .
:ti = !S!: ;:: :; -- u__ i
backers of the Voluula county man. ac,s. Brother arrayed against and Tampa and tfcd the line would ,-

J and father against son lu the : F.I .1&,, .; :a':' M- i t R John* :-' be In otirration 'bjt tAI'n.. line Is already -
= --e :a
evidence of the character of theinaa -- --- -- 1-----1-
As I IY war of ballots while abuse ii&i corking between JackstrcvlTle

and that he had no Intention of the cry and general watchword. : tl .x... .-i OCif"OC*' __....- _;..:_.._":""r.I -x A and Tampa from the north and between

"" abiding by the decision of the primary good qualities and virtues of a IG'"' I.tinhart ''ti Tampa and' Lakeland from the '

John 'Stockton made the aueertloeI ....... to take wings and fly away :: :_.II%-I-,;,. ..... .-... ..-. .t..7... ,i "" south. thus leaving the gap between Clearance

f. win make thousand that dollars crowd spend before one I hundred am I his opponent heaps 11101"I.* ... : : i. 1 ___ ..:_ ..._.._. -._-. ;,.IJ R-K- MrltonaldT 1oc 1- : Lakeland and Palatka to be completed.Mr. .
I a crown of thorns but worse-a -- --- -- -- Howe has a contract with the Bell
| done with them." or words to taht ef- that will besmirch .his character :Jl I .. \! :; .. -- A WitfVU :;:1.3I I people to run their wires Into his ex Sale of
_"_ M :aa. : ;& : n --- -- i
feet. Is this'not enough evtdet.ce that dig his political grave, that he ... ":-1 change. When this U done burner

f be cares nothing for party rale cr politics dulges in such methods may / eZ I .tS:: 'c MOC-- ,, s-Mf.IA 1. -Allen --- 1:11 Iffa I men la DeLand. and In fact anyone Men's

or regard for the common ple.t :coveted office and reap greed and JObnlewCII :. having a phone can talc with partle* | _Slid Boy's
I. .. ;;
: I .: .
-If _
0 lucre. Unfortunately these are .. a al :/' :a .. anywhere from Tampa to New York

t The twtll of Dr. Wm. Forsyth By that may for a moment : I :!" .. ____= _l A A BrlchertL : Including the larger cttes on the
I ,,, ,,\! Atsh0ES
sum at Live Oak has removed from baa fiction.-LakeLjtd *nn. s s* ( --c. a -- lantic Seaboard. It Is also .._.
earth noble and useful life. Dr. i if . : T.M..n I I1 I ,
f. : i-: I .* PBs\.if "!; ... ... pKF.G; ly.i lima tbd the wires of the Postal Telegraph i
'Bynum was n years of age a uevoteaChristie I The second: primary will be a .. Company will reach UeLann stout toe
f *, killed In his profession and one In Dade county and there l-- '&.'"' 4%.nlll. 1 < same time as the Bell long distances AT
!I! =?5laii=jt: = .. i ::)
of tie beat known men in the material in !' *
one changes the vote next line.-DeLand Supplement.
I F. i-;;
.. .. H _; "" Cohen's.Situa'ed ..
ttta... For he wa reading .i ; >
fifty years The people are going to -.., -II .. Ift--: at" .
clerk la the House of ReprecaUtlve old board yet by defeating'every I !I

every session. His place I. life will be still In the race who aided la : :i 2LE. :-.;.;=:__: =--.a..-aCG&' _BUU' -r ,--, I

difficult to flit : tuning down.Wherever : I ._ _"szPx.. !$!! WJOUCJ.4r. i. \ she
o ; ; '' -
( ;
tit. The limes of three Metcalf were Hearst's walking : 11 : .
I" 11 11.11... <:
on ten official ballot used at the primary ?t.tes can get enough : :1 ____ __xac"a._ : M -----.'Ii_ -: If :)

here last Tuesday. Two or men. ||,! ,.-ther to organlnxe a bolt they I : h.ats _
iPeL3iiiicf'S parotta
; !
{< sought local offices and both of tae. ,! awl to bolt. Their bolting fj e

.were snowed under. The third one > of no consequence. I _Kj--- cjy F r.I""II.EJ .." I
candidate for Executive ,, Indiana instruct for Parker. = .;;
Guy I, was a i
U/e't palm Bac!?. pa.:
Committeeman for the Stale at uric. I iHIs.YOte i' .imlnatlon of Parker Is an near a MMMuitr; .. zi' ( AxsinstCuutnt'n .
la this precinct was 4.t DM i i linly an an)thing political ttat j - I

the voters In the other parts of th. '' irf.vH happened r.D..... : ; .;. = ; State know him as well', as do the pen- | s. ,11 l tS_rust for Parker Georg.. : :
Citi Park. A cool comfortable
I i ':; .. t.., . placeto
.. .-tt.: : IUIf. f 1
pie of West Palm Beach<< he too. would j i -jua r.early every Southern '" f = c ; =.= =
: .. stop at. with good table rerricf
;:, be In the navigating business op Salt j i \ ill vote for Parker at St. _" .-.....- ,." -", -.c ,, ;: = "__"_ = -f
CreekPalm Bench News< ictb.f it l_ instructed or not. : :; !:- Sample! room for traveling men (I J.l.1.-J&Wl1J.IA11m'lAll: :
t. \\ J :'
j t: ; ..i i: i: '! ; f l'arr. f .... .
Well he ii far up the stream t:-. the States mill be Instructed I .'.. JW. ash. ..
fame had covered the State and be j I ill not. but the votes mill go to ; I :-! I I -ags '1. :a_ = }c'S !::; y .c tt II S..roJlIJ. ... Mn. ld. B. H.fv. Prwprietresa, fOI.EY5lUlJtfil .

ker. -.. . 1 W
l I: : il ....it :aa: : :;r.1 ""' .\ IUO.r Mahe m...,. fits ....... .hjM

r. .

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H. M. KING, The Ideal"Special
(SucrtMw. M EJwiM AfcJbon.) :

Funeral Director and Embalmer. ...
t two iVEXlE! D. -

f ......'" .tt to Tclecrspk or T.ler"l ' 413---12th Strtet. Phone 25.

Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.
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THE Mayo Dade of Baltimore, mho Is well LEGAL PAPERS STATE NEWS.

known here Is again in the city greeting The following papers were filed" for The committee appointed for the purpose -

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.MIAMI. friend record' In the county clerk's oGk-e to ha completed arrangement for I B luBe*.! : Ladle black mohair skirt and

FLA.. May 11, 1WM. Dan Nelson traveling freight agentof Commission: J. S Frederick to be Trade and have selected Wednesday.May ,I belts .white tan. black and mod Inverted plait; the regular $7.54 kind .

-- tbeS.. A. L. Ry. is again in the I notary public for the State at large. *C, as the day, and Hobe Soundas I 1 Special price: ..... .... .... ....15 M
lUlL SCHEDULE.Arrive Skirts! Skirts
('It,. Mortagge....., W. E. Poland an] the place for the outing.This I
1 ; Ladles, seven gored. Slclllaa cloth Ladst S* SwU.
wife to George Gal. event I* annually observed bv
from the North. W. H. Marshall and H. C. )iflton. CM Satisfaction of mortgage Dade ('....0- I the Board of Trade and on account of : skirts, la whit; all man tailored, .-. j A large assortment of silk salty

7:00 a. m.l:55 Fort Lauderdale, are down today on a I 1 ty State Bank to Dean Publishing (b.I the pleasure enjoyed on each occasion { feet fitting, with seam flare; speciaL I many style and colon; an han--.

Close for the North p.-m. business trip.A. 1 Warranty deed Thomas J. Peters of Its observance, i* anxiously lookedforward Pr\C'e.. .. . .... .... .... ....$4.00 1 ly trimmed.. tailored

I and wife to James 8. Peten for K.OM to. ,
5:15 '
a. m. C.rsets.-
>* C:15 p. m. D. Starblrd. of Forest City, is lathe certain land In section 7. township 53 The Lake Worth a fast sufficiently t

city and a guest at the San Carlos 1 south, rang 4! ea.t. capacious and comfortable steamer ha* )' I Ladles C. B. Corset No. JOJ. mad of

THE WEATHER. Hotel. 'Deed.: Model Land Co, to R.lj.li K. been engaged' for the transportatioc of 1t best quality Batiat; this corset gives

Washington.-For Eastern Florida: j'Leonard for f I. lot n, block S2. Models' the member of the Board with such the correct, erect form.

Contiaaed rain In the southern portion. )lr. W. M Brown president of the Deed. Model Land Co. to Thomas refreshments as shall have been prepared Special prtc*.L2J

85.Minimum. Fort Dallas National Bank, returned Parnou for $1 lot S. block %1. MoO. lo. for the occasion. There are Ideal -
Maximum No. t47 Warner
68.TOWN. this morning after having been absent Deed Model Land Co. to E. S. Wetli-: spot adjacent to the Sound someone rost-proof corset
la a corset that give the
utmost satisfaction
some time during which he has been erbee for ft lot 15. block 22. Modelo. of which will be chosen for disembarkatio -

North on business. Deed Model Land Co.. to A.d...... H nand the sports of the day.- j. both for correct shape and

MacFarlaa for fl lot Z. block :i. Palm Beach NeNortbbou.d -.*. I wear

TOPICS. \I Chas. Patton tavellng freight agentof ltMtf'Io. 3pclal prie*.... .... .... .......I1.MI

the C. B. A, Q. R,... (Buntngton Deed. Model Land Co.. to Auswt train No. *04 on the I (
Route), has returned to the city and Achart foe: |1 lot 13. block 22. ) .,.:elo. Florida East Coast Railway yesterday'
I I. again la the field with the growerand Deed: P. W. White to Hattie Red morning was made up of one of the II

Jury of I.qpueJecI ,* shippers.Mr. dick for t38i. Iota 1. S, *. 1C. 17 end huge new moguls of the F. E. c. and a I

terday to Inquire into tile death' ot :!4. of block 2C Miami string of over fifty freight car*. Thir I isTe

Dan Cash, white adjourned UU yesterday and Mrs. O. Taphf. who have Quit claim deed.. Mary W. (XhnmUL. ty-five of these can were loaded with Fsmtid

afternoon until tile 30th. to been here all season a* guest at the to Franklya Sheen for $1 uu;die tomatoes, picked: ap at point south. Li-din Start W.w.

meet again and bear further testimonyla Everglade Hotel will return to jbflF110m. rlded half Interest' lot 2. section *. Seven were ready when ne train wa One hundred waists. aU Maa. an
th* caa. Th. sheriff maa goo ta In Cincinnati tonight They are township south, range 43 east. made up at Miami fourteen were the latest style la laws madras. and

Pompano where Cash received his In- infatuated with Miami aad the East E. D. V. Barr and -
I Warranty deed picked up at Fort Lauderdale nine at
Batiste; only a tow of each style: 1
juries to summons witnesses to appear Coast and will mara hen again next wife to PrlsHII H. Scott for 1SIh) lot Delray and the balance at Boynton. I worth flM and S3.M. We offer to \

before tile Jury oa this date. --. 13. block 14. north. Miami. There were also three cars of pineapples dose at...... .... .... ...Me. each

Warranty deed W. H. Pent and wife on the train. Dad county send I Ladle. Japanese silk skirt waists:

CAME FROM NASSAU-The steam Mr. D. M. Brown, mho baa been visiting I to Priadlla H. Scott for IS and othei out her product at this time of year j back and front tucked and Warned

cr Miami arrived .. port this morning his daughter Mrs. J. E. Lnmmua. consideration. lot 13. block 1*. north. by the train Ioad.-Tropkal.Su.. with lace: Bishop.......; a waist that
from Key w.. and Havana. She for the several month, left this S. '
past Miami. wUl wash. Special.............13.41 :,:-
brought over a number of excnraioa- morning for his home I. Louisiana.Mr. Satisfaction of mortgage Dade A negro named Hightower. was out .,:; ,
Ladles shirt waist, cam a* cat. !
lets returning from tile latter city.A Brown will stop In New Orleansfor County Security Co. to W. H. Pent .- sprees' when he fell about 35: feet Into .r'
trimmed with lace; back tacked; aw ::"
several day and later will go to the big ditch la tile southern part of !
MISERABLE: DA .-This has wife.Mortgage sleeve, with tacked'caK. Special... ,.... .... .... .... ...t. r
I town. It his head
Texas where he ha large farming Interest deed, Wm. A. Schleppy an Fortunately was
miserable day and a* a result I
been a *. 1\1 If* to AnnaH.. Host for tSM lots Sand which struck the brick masonry and \1

there wa little doing. People staid. C. block No. 1. of grant lot :. se. the man came out right aide up, perfectly I E. B. DOUGLAS
la-door, and there waa no traffic except ;.
tics :J*. township 53 south, range 41 sober, and otherwise none the .
that absolutely necessary. la .
east. worse for his experience: except a
vita all otter condition new 310 and 312. Twelfth Street.
keeping HOTEL ARRIVALS. Mortgage deed. William Byrd to M. small hole la his b....-Qulncey Herald I :
was a scares article though the Metropolis -
K. Spencer' for |::A.M lots II and 11. and Era.Another I I- .
.. able to give a fairly goods *> S. -- -
block 33.: West Palm Beaca.
paper this aftemooa. SAN CARLOSR. block of Lakeland's business
Warranty deed Ed C. Rumph to

L. Bryan Florida: A. D. Starbird.Forest Florida Green for I7M.W) east onehalflot house has been destroyed. by *.
FAIR AND FESTIVAL-The Piney School Will Soon Close
Wood Union Sunday School will-hold City; Cbas. Patios Atlanta 1. block SC. east Ilaml. The rlrcu instances of the Ire were
PIONEERMrs. much tile same a* have been noticed! at
Fair astd Festival at Haakey a Ptlrs' ... .
a M. CMr. Atlanta: W. A. Bate*. former I.... The flre WM dlscoverea
pecking house. UUle River. next OLD LIBERTY. BELLWill .
Jacksonville; W. H. Marshall Fort at "the usual hour." At two o'clocs And children will have
vacation from !
soon a long
Saturday'afteraooa and ......c..May your ;
Lauderdale; A. T. Duval and son Cutler Be Taken to St. Lout as a Pair: Wednesday morning the flre I alarm books.'hy not them in the
:tat. Ice cream cake, fancy article '
: J. W. Iy... OJus; ; Mayo Dade. Baltimore AttractionAt was sounded and a sleepy. populace 1
cookery win be -
and. home-made and the proceed will be tor the ; H. C. Hilton. Lauderdale; J. P. turned out to see another business <::.,....__Miami Conservatory of Music? t.-:
I DrBerrv Palm Beach; J. B. Edeafield. last It has been determined that bum to tile ground. The fire was discovered .,. ...
fund for the erection -
purpose of starting a i Hallandaie.MCOMB. the oU Liberty Bell win be taken to:>> la the rear of use 'x the soon Have you investigated our
la that locality of
the World's Fair. Many objections to rooms at the north side or the Adam. "
lag for church sad aEbtalld- "Partial Scholarship Plan? Anyone is thereby enabled :
SUES JONES Its removal from Philadelphia wets block but bad gained considerable

a" pose A cordial offered at Ant but these hare been headway before the fighting force' to obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely ,-

ed time to and all assist to attend la 'a worthy and have cause.a good: Wants I14.WM Damage From "Fruit ,0"f'I't'Omelarpl' ,. because of an appeal reached the scene. nominal cost. Students con arraner lor use el Practice Piano i t4

from So.iiOO St. Louis school children. The entire block of buildings belonging -

WORK ON THE CLUB HOUSE.- Trade Journal" The Liberty Bell which will arrive la to J. Q. Adams was tout and wer frdnklin Coleman Bush Director. K Kj j

Contractor Hahn, who ha the contract St. Louis within a few dar. and be Insured less than half their real value. ,

of building oa to and Improving the In the Supreme Court today wa placed on view In the PennsylvaniaState Every room In the block was occupiedand .1

Seminole Crab House has the workweH docketed the libel suit or James Jic- I building I. America' most price' I some of the occupants lost heavily

has Comb. Jr.. against Eloa 8. Hobbs by the flre. Some of those among
under way. The new story ob-ject . . . . . . t
been framed and by ant week the interior owner and publisher of tile Fruit I the sufferer were: .. . . . . . .

flatohingr will nave sen commenced Trade Journal. The cult Is for libel lerty Bell belongs to the nation. Roe general merchant, practically i SPIERS & MERCIER

When completed the clubhouse McComb claiming that Hobo defame On July 4. 177C. the bell even then entire toe, with no Insurance.'

will be a splendid and Invltlag his character and he want flO.ono many years. old. rang out the new of Adams general tore. I .

structure for It. The suit has been virtually !the Declaration of Independence proclaiming Littler, groceries.A \ ,, <.

pending for some time but wa not liberty to the American collonles. fruit stand and cold drink stand.T111U. '

DelL ON THE BAT.-There was docketed till today I I I barber shop. I Real Estate. Life. Fire and
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nothing doing oa the bay and river The publication of which Mr. Mc I The bell was made In England In Tolaad. Piedmont Hotel and Cafe I

today. All of the coasting vessels are Comb complain, occurred la the Fruit ITS*. Moulded In the metal Just below : As nearly a* we are able to 1 learn all Accident Insurance -I

out sad oa account of the weather local Trade Journal. July 13. 1901 Involving the crown I I. the ImperlIbable.ID..rlp I the cofferers with the exception of '

boats and craft were tied up and Stephen Whltton. of I'tlca. The first tion: "Proclaim. Liberty Throughoutthe Roe were partially protected" by Insurance. I Rental and Collection Agenta

there waa a dearth of life. needling was "A lea-New. York Land to All Inhabitant Thereof.' I I I *> j

swindle. Stephen Whltton cf that city'While: tolling for the death of Chief I The origin of the fire Is as tenet > ,'

SUIT FOR DAMAGES.--Suit la a.. buying partly through James McComb, (Justice Marshall In IKS.: the old hell secret as b.yebf'fIa that of other recent Office over Bank of Kay ]iscayne.; S
.......t damage' $1,000 ....been filed Jr.. ...." On the summons It was was cracked, and Its (livery tones fires but the general ImPf'"llon1 I' Lock Box Miami. Fla.
la the clerk' office, circuit'court, byOda stated that several merchants were lost forever. effort .e-"I
:, Every to Is that It was the work of an tnceneiary -
: . sees. 55 5555 . 55 ...SSSSS SC tj
A. Zeigler and husband again taught by Whitton. hose advertisement : Its one proved unavalll c. 011 people. are becoming I earmed! I 55 55 sses S 555 Ss-4

\Fruk W. McCurdy and M C. Hood. appeared in the Fmltman'f | In Independence HalL Philadelphia i and abut very much Incensed .becauseif ,I --- - -. --

Guide. Nut only It says, aid Whltton'. where Ubertv Bell proclaimed lnd : the frequency of these fires and the ,

TO INSPECT STEAMER BIS- advertlcement appear, but aise that ot ;Jpendene* II:* years aco. the precious suspicious circumstance under which 'I FOR for RE\'T.-NatJ....t. Summer furnished price. Appi cottage I There are many young peopleMiami

CATNTt-Mr. J. R. Parrott. drat vlcepreatdeat McComb who man then In the commitsloe relic, has been carefully" preserved.' It i\ the burnings occur and are demanu- ) and Dade county tut erected ta
general"manager of the this office or 130 Ninth Siren, oetwm.
sad business In this citv. The pan !rill mounted on rollers" so tas .r .ran V- i lug that something be done to protect : earning book-keeping and stannaja

F E. C. By': and R. T. Coff. general which I* set out a* .particularly libelous taken out rapidly>> la case of II,.. The property In our town.-Lakeland New Avenue B and Boulevard.A I Ii I Pay, and the Metropolis frniunu am
road. are
superintendent of the came I I. this: "Here is the most surorbing bell has been seen at several eipnultkws. !I make it
dowa tonight to Inspect the II good Ink tablet for !be at the possible for two of Uaaa a>
expected i pan of the entire affair for the but for the first time It Is now I I DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.Notice | have
Biscayne BOW Racket StoreHeadquarter. a chance without U* east af .
-a-, Fruit Trade Journal on August IS last rosin meat of the Mississippi river !! -
hauled out oa the way at the terminal this Individuals James Mc -_ single dollar. For tan details of fa*
ted this win afford opportunity to i is hereby given that the partaershlp :I '
dock to determine Just what repair Comb> shady operation In FlorIda. of citizens who have not seen the lately existing between Walter fancy groceries. fraltae plan see Ole sixth page of this papas
H upon her. at W ilsos A rive's.. 7
and necessary ,
for Ignorance of his
Laving no excuse belt That It will prove one of the M. Newmaa and L. L. )I Nf'i1. of -

character but the Fmltmaa' Quid most interesting features of the great We use Tennessee ream. ta all
REVENUE tCTTER HERE.TheXalted ,Miami. Fla. under the firm name of ear
..J. for a long Urn has carried la addition exposition Is not disputed, m view ot If you want lee cream that to good ice cream and
States revenue cutter- of th McNeil A, Co. has this day been die also have the plats
... isto and buy It of the
Blacaya Drag
pure j
WhHton' advertisement the advertisement
district and stationed at Key West the reverence la which the old bell Is solved by mutual consent All debt t r rI
of James Mc<:omb, Jr." I I I held l>y nil patriotic: people.' I Company. They use Tennessee cream ;
arrived la port yesterday afternoon I I jwtng to th* said partnership are to FURNISHED
terminal dork. She The case cannot be reamed before A special position In the Pennsylvanla he received by th. said L. L McNeil : HOCSiioa .
the i'
aid tied at Teata
up ''' for
'all. aad It ta expected that there will'be .1 street. reat .Apply at
building waa provided for
tII.1 I
of the all demands the said partnership .
1* oat oa her regular patrol and on Every subscriber to the Daflr Metropoll this omen '
considerable sparring over the suit.McComb .
bell bv the architect
here several c to be presented to him for
roast and may remain are can aid son deserving young I
Is now located at Pompano. | ,
4V. payment sins and woman la Mcarlat a business .
Fla. where. he Is operating several ;i NO BITTERNESS HERE. LIVELY CONTEST
Dated this the ICtb day of May A. educatioa by using the ballot to which I
packing bouses and .owns about JOO .
D. 1901 they are entitled oa payment of Mhscriptloaa. I -
acres of land-Fruit and Produce i'[One of The Candidates For SherlttI L L. ),IcX"1.w. Read our offer oa slats One vote vita every tea anti aal

: PERSONAL sraesesrp New |I,I' Thank HI* Friends. M. Newman. pac*. for nibecrlptioa to the Dally Metrope-

.alt+ To the Editor of the Metropolis: -- ----- IX which .
......>resesoaa can lie M4 toward pats
..(, M. pair a prominent millinerof Inspectors' and clerks who served' .t' Please allow me space In your valuable Hotel and families can buy geaata
I some
plants to la the rity. the recent election. are unanimous In paper to thank my friend zo Tennessee cream at Blacavae: Drug i worthy yeast fenoa1. way
the opinion that the earned their sr their support In the last primary I r taronga a eorrespondeae coarse fabooIt..pt.

A. T. Devil aad eon. of Cutler ai* of s: for their work. Here ...peti-lIla with to say that I am satisfied with e.il Sl i.ifif Parties wishing to learn the Spanish i| .. or stenography to fan

"r today.K' the populous precincts the t"skwa he vote that was cast for me. latins good alarm clock lor 9" cents ''a language can Join the class now being particular read. the JIaU...... ...

tedious, occupying a full day 'tlnearly everything Into consideration. I now fhe Racket Store. formed by F. C. Enrlght. a proOcieniteacher. aouncemeat la to-dayl paper.

Ive. a promlner. merchant 01In all night! JoIn, have eiprenne: <>. ask mv friends" to do as I Intend to .

hi the city, on buslne their determination of not belie do. !EO to the polls on the :t. day o Homestead for sale: apply to thl> ARE
J aught: Main and It 9s l po slb'e some Ja-e and vote for the indicate tnf'.. .dice Pore Tennessee cream oa sale at GONG TO BCTLP?

B, EdenOeW. Halleadale.. Is In lifflcultr will be experienced: In gettln-:: : thick U the best man for sheriff Blarayne Drug Comptay. 14! ,| Let us figure oa your work vHI %
money GRAHAM.
clerk and for the and all again for KINO"JI -
Iowa today. Inspectors rM'n1] Tharklng one their FOR RENT -DMrableew room CONTRACTORS ; '
..1fIC't'la November. The ballot In I ... "Pr'trul,. AND 3
support. ,yours !: 4 Eleventh.Street with or withou First-class table board may be proured ERS. ..mlcare oa an rlasses kIW-
J F DeBerry. of Palm Beach came St. John county contained 1I> name. J. M. WllUama. ward of
at :itl\l Went Twelfth Street Ira. j lags Plan furnished.
w..ri this morning business. -St. Augustine Record" I Palm Beach Fla. Mrs. McLendon. Nelaa. U7 Box No. 41S.to. ej

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'. >..- ....* t. CIt.__ or... flMKMO. I ...... t. _....1 4.ed..ti KI.'". **
*.?. na.... W. .. Jo .ph Powell thirteen' jean old,, I The New Window Shade In Thr.. .... *. 1.!.. OO1...C.
"If 10. want to read a glrT* cbaneer. 'I whose home i* in New Albany In :'has twelve inrhen in. j oftuf Union. i
ao not look to ow It .zpro.ed to grown heightI There are maul ci-r there it it, nuy fi-ll mouixlfl ami.TI.I
I the lift MS. month and broken Ibt>uhL .IJ"IDC during $1it- Unit h
bur taco oat la the uwe tobee liD desirable
displayed at time to hate awindow
...I.in. shish did not increase in or the battle of Uettyubnrz .nJ wf Rates.
room and dm>. A gliT and Clubbing
rents I shade capable of an adjustmentwhereby I t' a Coafed Tate lines. My the llttn- ,
| size fact
at rate that of the
C dross mat ber (a.. meal her charac a a* II
W.- ;i rest' <>f the 1-oJr. During some of I the lower i Itllrt of the window burs Uiopatch. The General Jniin

'' the tiNe that the fray be pcrtem-d off and th" |' B. 'lonlon. rantertng by. mw him and .
II boy vat gro..ingI
nils ta .what Mra. John a Sherwood, i g reo' niixnl him. Dimnoobtlng. be apprMubed -
for ... sae at the point of death from I light alloved to enter through the' K- IlY *
year* .baaret the art committee I' the proctrale man and U>- ,
a ., the Illlnoia State Federate 01 'typhoid C 'er. That he was growlag upjtcr part and at the same. lire- quired i bat be could do for him.

Women'. ClII.... told the member of sal first noticed when he com- permit of the natal adjustment "I am drlog.I uU liarbwJn.t The people of Dade County will want all the

the Uatbeo Hob In Chicago tile obeiJay. 1 plained that itii eot WII too tbort, ;I Many effort have been c .. '. t<> reach' 1 U;' 'r <"f coat pocket draw out the this it is be news
lira. gberwood! believe* that sa agirls I I land he had to be placed on a bed. j rite at this but the process has *= letter sun bud there and road It to ...... \ year as to an interesting one be-
It I* (ruin wife." cause of the elections,
lie became uiy
emaciated and there ;
faeo to Dot of her wa s rule been
own making Ula I a of such a cumber oiit< ..
Uonl rend the letter. ,
not of flesh his
a pound bone
DOC a safe Index to character, (ay* on character a* to male it almoirapractiraL >> "Now. aeai-... .- Mid Ilarbnr, '"pleaxeo .
A turn for the better came, and the I
the Chicago Tribune.EM .
An I >*.rvj that letter. I want to noil- National
.. exi-cvdingly simple you ( State
boy began to inprore. Hi skin did 1 and County
look bto ClrTa ohm
a room or solution of the matter in fber she U In the tow n over juuJrtrwhat
nut M> fast the bone, and appear a
bee dm, and all bee character- grow a baa happened' me." <
Mica are knows. .. jrou at a glance. the fleh I began to crack and .eparate hade which ha 'been recently introduced "I ...w.- replied" Gordon.Re Ii( _. -- --

There to BO eonceallBg thru." .rtieularly on the arm and I in America and which die oat for Mr*. Barlow, giving herijtafe i
)Ira. Kberwood tben proceeded to ad leg*. He differed greatly from this penne with the roller entirely! coudiK-t through the aon hers line*. ,

Via her bearers regarding the properderaratbos j{ stretching of the skin, which becameas I i This u done by making the badr *- '. then. rude away" rertali, that Bar 1 1loo The MetropolisHas
of the bone. drumhead and .. s:oath wa a qnevtloo of only afew
tight a a finally in threi piece and uspeudtng ii .
-The moot artistic room la act the i 1 I I I....... at moot :
bant. The break in the stirs I perfected
in such novel arrangements whereby offer
that ad-
a the can
manner -
room cost a great deal but ties I 1 I i But Barlow did not die. lilt wife :
loom Im whir! there art simplicity and now healing, and the phyeicians'think mUion of light U almost under f eame promptly and bad him reswvd' such attractive rates for various newspapers -o."L r-

harmony .. matter bow cheaply obtained j i that Mar may not be left. 1 I absolute_ control In a general way to the, town. of <.ietty. bunc.. where. die that" there. should be no excuse for oeoole re-
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fflioplk-ity and harmony ar 1 { the pocition of the three part u nrwa aim m launiuiij". list be rerovUany mammg in ignorance as to the of
Portable Fountalna.German happenings
I Of Bnt principle or beauty.. aDd lama enod. years panwl until lane .
i regulated by a cord which i is the
ny eases there la leo art la the room fountain of rarious I passed sight both furnwrre. ,nests at adianer year.
k \ through I ring at the of thewindow
where a great' deal of money baa been form. mar now be seen in many top to Wanhlnctnn. sole one! .
*: 'went than U the man economically garden, both tmall and large, anil frame and then acrof' to brought them together' and formally. latroduced -
f ta.1M4 the tide where it pi"...* through a them
the manner in which the water U, Time bad altered' the
i Mr. Sherwood urg.4 that tang forced to ascend into the air i ia I ring at the top of the window frame penonal. .appearaare Inlh. RATE.
: ...... would be more artistic than they very and then aero* to the side, whenit "Are you any relation to the General i i
; ate If It were not for the gift received pretty. pa.*?* downward to come poih' Barlow who wa tined at Gettysburg I I
derice nickel ,
are plated and "
watch perforce' bo and asked Cordon.
accepted of within
f gar. awhile displayed .. the parlor. Theprutnr ornamental and can be adapted to This fattening rontrohv the raiding easy and reach.low-! [!''., "TN; a very near ....110.." wered. i: The Daily Metropolis
.: way to pi'otwd. when ouch uweJcomo I tube or pipe of any aiie.itoreoter Barlow, with u lanca. "1 am the very One Year
of the three i ian
: eng; parts, a* dated. and
glfu are iwejved was out- each i ia constructed differently who wa killed. But I nave been
( laud. by the apeaker a* follow: from the other, and thu' The middle portion remains at tnformnl that a man named Gordon i:
Gradually move them from the paw(' any one w ho has a natural.priLI or any point to which it has beet lot bb life In battle later on. He .u'" Daily 'J 1 imes-U lion $10.00 kj
for To the back : drawn by this cord, while the other life
room from tbe back brook on hi. land or who care to my at Kettyvburz. Are you any
Mom to the bedroom from the bedroom I make an artificial pond on his lawnor two parts are bang with such rela- tIa to that tumorI Semi-Weekly Tmes-Union
.. the spare room and firm thetowre in his I tion to rath other that a* one i.t isdrawn am ...," was the reply. j 15.50.
garden can by mean of
room to the attic By tho tto* clown the other U raised cori !' Both btrora barbed .. they gav
fiey reach the attle tho donor will hare I thee ingeniou bin flower metal appliance i repondingr."( ) Thu it will, be sera |each other a heartier handnbako.EXPOSCRE. Weekly {Metropolis with Semi-\\'eekly Times-
iprinkle and I
ftrgottea about U." graM a Union _
that either the lower the 1 .
'great di,tance and alto the I or upper f=.00
I- Mm. Sherwood urged that colon areaymballte 1 > of the window
and outlined a few rule' t. :air cool' on warm days by a series of ,'blocked part may be readily I With Atlanta Journal twice a week -
be foil.w.d. "Bed." bo fountain Being of off and to any desired extent. 12.25
rid "to aym- *o many forms
r With
J -Philadelphia Record. Weekly Beach News
bile of welcome hospitality fwd love these fountain are a very pretty : 12.00

and. abould bo used oa the walls of the uVbt and never fail to attract attention. --
reception baiL Blue Is ymbolle of -Xew York Herald. I HI
truth and purity and It I* an excelleuxcolor She Never Poroota. I To cold draught of air, to keen and Old subscribers must all back

for a .....r. room. In fact most .I -(_ of neat ...... ....... The eupreM dourer never totI I'cutting I wind. raiUta chaqgc of ternjperature. I, take pay dues before they
-: girt cboooe It .f their own accord. i White Texaa: U still tm Its froode. reta." This is her constant bowt. advantage of these offers and cash

Zesty Ctrl should bo allowed. to aekxt I stage to alp rwpocta tt yet >I BMH She i i. still poaMMed with tb. one l* scanty clothing undue exIporar : ,, in advance must accompany all orders for

the color sad tarnish her... room." .... aa me .'reefco Umo. We are for idea of obtaining revenge' on the I of the throat and neck after these combinations.

Mr. Sherwood urged that the creep. rtbly( reminded of thla by the death .* barbarian of the weC Hence.. I public .....kluc and .In ac. bring on I HI '
list roam abonld properly be done touoloalal William Tbomaa
Byer. the ant whit informed from
are now reliable
atyle. with 1'0....... sad Should child bon to Stephen Anattot 1'01oat. a I cough and <<'cold. Ballard1 Hore-n ADDRESS _
that the U
quarter having her Mant-
.o by all meaaa o/ formadecoration. Sa* Felipe. B.-cI away at a. I hound Sjrnip la the beat cure.
rhoos tecretly enrolled and has 30-
"o of .ecenty el hL For more tht 000 men divided into a ntiKber of Mr. A. Barr Howton. Tn... writes ''
ttur (
art of toots tbcrefov
The Qroat CondHiooj. a ??
f Lorrr-liar I bare annrtiB ; baa Tests been nf"m the acdro Ota*. regiment and half regiutaU-1. |Ja.. il. 1* J: One bottle,of Ballard'a ,| Miami Metropolis.
<<1"! ,lalaleat.of the worVTa poUOcml ftIdN,.. Soo-- avoid the notice of outsider*-who Horehound Syrup cured' me of a very
before wo the atat- are drilled and barebeen
expect t. aidnouIy I Ilake.
Father Caa i bad rough. It I
TO keep my dsugb.ter very pleasant to
win bare reached tile cfvtnry mark .: armed with the not modem !
fBppIM with ezpenuT autoly ha oxl.teare a* a breading jrwaad. fo- weapou.-North china X... I ." :>. S"c. ".M. Sold by Bed
bile M abe LM .Uca'Mod tot 1 'i Iborr/j-Fort Worth Brctatec. IiwIluL: i jCrona Pharmacy. :i'J j jI
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GEO. H. MEYERS IX THE CIRCUIT COURT Or Till I Clean reel .. ...,.
r UNITED STATKS VOX TUB SOUTHERX -I II It has ..... repeatedly elated that
the outward rfeaaliBr of BerHa tad
the awtter of Cnadoaiaattea of Land .Iher. G....... cities la principally; ...
Electrical Contractor bet_ Btocayao Bay aad tke Atlantic to the fearral ........ptito..1 brwwajrnol -
0Nan. I brtqiiettea for ueaold aad
_,... fuel farther that .
TIM Preeldeat of the Called .ta... ., ; they ar
made from ordinary. Gerataa lignite
: without the >.. .:f t.r .. other. arti-
1 1113 1 Avenue C. To Job. F Hocr. E.|.. Valud BtatMUrahal
trial Undrr. that
they are en.p.eito
Estimates for for tIM Bovthoni District d store rlraa. !. ......" .. .a_, to kia-
Florida: Onottac: dies burn with a ........ .tronf' > .....
Uako know to Butku: T. FWd Mary are cheaper thaa a pod bi..i._
Electnc Light \\ iring. Bell wiring. w. Oobora. Fraak Ooborm. Barak C Oe- coal' sad ire mad practically .....

-... VIola U Oaten. D. D. Hoadriek. Irea.-N. Y. SUB

Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. -. ...... C Haadrlckao, ... Mary W.

.. 0."""'" EzwatrU., u4 Frank 0.Ezeevt. *. A POSITIVE NECESSITY.
-- bor.. .,. of the hut wffl nmt '-t -I -
1 Marine to lay upon my bed for 11
FREDK. S. MORSE Mat of Ears A. Oaborm. 4aeMuad. sad
from bruised lee. I
aJI Mker Kraoac tatenotod te UM olWw- day. a severely
found relief. when I seed a bottle of
ln. J.aerlb.J ..&..; that
rharaaa a petition wee .... Ia tile Ballard'. Snow LlI _t. I can ehttai

REAL ESTATE above:chard cmua* arartnc tba eoa tally recommend It aa the beat ......

damaatio* of crtala Lila for tile Moof rise for brultee ever seat to the atllct
he rnttod ..... ... ...
( ).. at 1.4low. ed. It hat BOW become a poattiva ae-
Office up slain Cor. Aft.C aDd 1* th St. .:: co"'_'" at a poiat mmthda eeatity upon mr elf. D. R. Byraeavmerrhaot.
this H [T- M aXnutao woot M foot frwa
Watch spacer tko ........ rnmor of tao aortkwootooartor Dovenvliie Tezaa. SSe. Ma.tl
Miami. Dade Co.. Florda. of aaettoa Ms ........ Maoma. .00. Sold by Red Croat Pbarmae7.t .
ran.a a oaat. nmnlac theses aoothd
for change of ----- a >..- It'atlautMi oaat .... Mi foot
(o tko ....... of the Atlantic Oeoaa. >ss. TWO IS UT'U THAN OVZ-

POWERS MEAT MARKET following wed ah..r. aouthorly for abash B.,.'.
for Umoroua
a pointer
I F: tort. tlwaeo north i ...,... M attewoot -
Coast .- (along a lino parallel to aaddlotaat sad readent know I.. ..want.. to pre aitary.
Florida East Railway we Ie a.'P''' We
Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. .... koonomrr at rtrtt of thai angl.tract. from of tile hud aortk-Mac era Is It to,.. pay a little mere tha

Sausage. Hams. Poultry, eta ...."........ lags ,...) about an ,.-. to towwator the inn pries wart of_TIM paper pnee and of grt the she Daily t..

mark on Blorayao Bar. theO .I Tlmee-UaioB and CititrB{ bt.
SOB An: CE Do MIAMI FLORIDA. ) reonth/
Schedules. aortkorijr allowing aM low wale sari -
I bpP54110.4 to the following yrlm
stout MM+ foot tlt.- south i iiariit t
!.. mlBHtoa wet (atone a ... parmJM toan Three moatbe. | I M

Are You Going to Build ? I bees dtattni at r\cfIt aa..ot hers tke 0.AUBMWUM. jear.. IBB t aaWe
too boundary of tkhj tract of bad
Mar dMcrlbod. lads feoC) abort 111 foot propoae to esf tile)
so, or it you need building material of an) .. tat Mint of -.T.r_... eoatatolac Daily aad ttuaday TtaeI'ai BBCltiaeB .
a..aero nero or kaa, ta Dado Couaty. aad tbe hfrraoroua for '
you should not fail to see Florida: 81s aoohs. .............. .... I .k
.........,.. Its proaoatt aN M eoo Oae year...... s
.... tbs and oark of ..... sad aay We aril tend,;';"ij; 'i.i i.w.1: : ;
a.If TlBMa-UBioB and Cltltea a" the. _
ad all perrona tanortotol .. or aarta*
&Co. HOBO ups ...d ....... .. ke aad appear M BTBoroua:
before tko CncvH Coavt of tko CattedBtatea I Sis Btontbe for. 111
toe tat ii.tkaia ZMatrtet of FV>r- One year. HTbut
k- J Ida, at Jaekaoavtlto., oa Moaday. Janeetk.
UK tkoa and there to Ito ass ebjteUoae for U eeate &Iaaa std

Latll.. 5111.. ._..1....Cui.... Brick,U.. they asap. ...'".. sad to show whattateraet price of the daily you get tw.......
Dealers gal C..ut.Flaatar. e they ..d tack of them amy have sad for lit, oeata awn than she red>
la tko alar price of tt MrraorouayeB tut a
1'.....eM OBVo..AWBM D aad I"atnecWilson's property horetabeforo aaterHnd.
__ __ u ____ ____ ________ -_ sad .. anew raaae. If aay they eaa. whyaald the Saail-Weekly TlBMe-Uaioe) sat f
toad should sot he eoadtamod aediaa CitiacB aad the r.. *. sad rests .
t ..... .. law to tko nee of tile Unitedatatat Grew.
: and why tack preeeedta,a u toprertded eDd'OIIr..blcripQoee..aa.la t II
Novelty ky law ..... aot .. had: way advaaoa a"a,.at thtee. priola.
a> zany ......14 art N NMaVMMaTM' !. afaMaM Tea ..,....LIIo
aCTORSB tko daa.t.t; why a tulgmtmt of ..- idlaar3! ii
d..natlou sass/.. Nt is wtsd apes
U BOW la operaUoa aid ready to re- tko verdict of tile said Jury maaee porss- *

.. Mir order of tke Btataie Ia suet eat *iailaad 1Cooley
FORNTTHING pio ldod; why suet ..., and farther
- proeeedlna aa any .. prs ldod hcrss.
WOOD NOVELTIES. law In rich eaae aa ..,. he .... to & Homer 3
Co. { Window aad door screens. window enable the Tatted State to aceolre a perfect I +.
A Robbins &
J. sad doe rr&.. stone ftztarea, atalr and fee etaiple tide thereto staid
net be hid.WMaeea TleRuIEsuteuJRntilArits <" '
work, buds trimming of all klada.
the Honorable MetvtOe W Fuller. .. .
Harn-ess.and C'larriagonopc R. S. WILSON rnlef J_.... of tke Bnprem Court .
e of tke rafted ...... and tke Baal ofthla List Y oar Property With The,. ,1 .;. .
:1tor3" BUILDER. Conrt at the Ctty of JarkBaavm .
L;... ta nil rxetitrt. aw tills' twenty etunth I.
is remembered long after price is/ run AID '.-cJnc.no... day of A nrU. A. D. DM(8e.ll ,A la. PMC of bay f....' property, ..
Quality E. O. LOCKE. with npanaa n....., withfa a few \
Clerk. ..",-* walk of tit* bunace eealarof '" .
:" forgotten. -- Miami, beiaf MO fret ea bay sad r'1. .
F I. IIA.ac ORDER ttlR Pl'BUCATION. 400 feet deep, having a lot of ... 1 .
r Mkes the -T-c'JrJ. bearing tree oa it. This U a la* '.'
Quality Bargain. la the Clrrolt Court. Seventh Judicial place for a winter boa.
Cirenit. Dado Cooaty. FlorMa. 4:
Strejert. .- 3distaai. 7F3.. et antS :auu4:
vv.llth )
418.2 Amelia Ray T* Wade H. Ray divorce. 328 Tfdftl Strett Silzrer Btek. =
'to 4
I BOW hare la my employ one of the It appearing t>r afCJarit appended to MIAMI. FLA.

beet drattamaa la the South, aad am the bill In tile above ruled asp that j
I I I I I I I I .*
better prepared that ever' for furmlah- c-
-- Vv'lie H. Ray, tile defeadaat therela s

HEAVY BLACKSMITHIXO.HoneSoieine .Inc plane and detail for food bufldlaga. yarned It noo-realdent of the State of

;. Wacou Carrla et Wort* 9ne cabinet wort stet Florida. and I. lOW resident of Port We Eagle Batter S6or...
F.B. Haven All Kind Repairing I am new headquarters for tuned land. Orecoa. and it over the ace oftwentrooe

; BrailoK and rtoMerinffrw .: work. scroll aawlag sad an work aa- yean: It U therefore ordered Fbir Chairs. NoWaKIif, ,; :.

.-.: All Work Guaranteed, Flnt-Cla I salty doss la a Brat date pUaln aUU. that raid Boa-readent defendant Best: Serrfce ia t tie City.

Bead me your orders for door B aad be and U hereby repaired to appear to A. COLBY. i
D ,
ShoP 800. Avenu.e window frame. beHuttera, bracketa.a the bill of complaint Bled la said eatueon 301 Twelfth'arreet. w

ate, and be eouvUeed.MIAMI. or before UaoadarJ the

G -... fane A. D. 1904, otherwise the alleca-

Fl' tlona of said bill win be tails a* eon Clubbing 'j
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fetaed by laid defendaBt.

McNeil1Co It la further ordered that this order

SE.AIBOARD he pnbltehed. once a week for four eoaecutlTe e e Rates.You .

< weeD la the Miami Metrop1U -

Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th -> (Dally a aews aper pnUUbed U can save money by sub :

Air Line Railway aid eovaty and Bute scribing for the papers. "'::
of Railroad.We This 2nd day of Ma,. 1)04.
Street want through
E. C. Dea+orn.

'. FOR: have gentln.horses. broke for ladies to ride and drive.Good Clerk Circuit Court. Thu I
& O. Fritu. I

-JTSavanaah. Columbia, Camden Southern} Pines Comfortable Carriages Deputy CI<
*- Richmond Washington Baltimore Robert R. Taylor.
Raleigh, Metropolis.,
Philadelphia. New York. First class Teams, and Solicitor for Complainant i
can give you the

Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White Drivers. Daily Times-Union and

Seaboard New YorkJ i M itea. .- Daily
Seaboard Mail *.t....,...*.. .*.,......*....,...... M,.*..*>..... WEALTH THROWS AWAT. Metropolis .far .
Seaboard. press --
f 10.00 a year, or both
ale.* W Tale. ..Cass I.'.the Waoeeaako
.o o4 ....... dty for six months tot
Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida Pastime"tRe oJdPnblLbin ; .TOOT D... 15-00.

u..... It veattbewd InIL ee....d .a+wbwr.eir FlIlMijj.laTVii '
...-- Tart ". the waste batketa I. 8L Umla.
raitaMai.eriOlM-feeoi .i...- aa.* >k uaHoa on operate -em = 0,, j
..- New tic*.t1a.....I..n.M. ... agssIS.a4Aaet.a.d.b1.. UilJ.I. :II., ''the&nI.r-a.dw agstlaup I. kwfMMM tw *,*MI .. Jaettsa.ta.ba p a arts tile Repvblle.
o --&cu- FlorIda HxauK*M4 a.nMHM.. It will W- ".winy.Mt rmN.4 .
.4.11 ..ta H. ljH4 kr .. tmv*.H mm aW WO.... Bait nouch to _u.aay oae mass........-
frontJacksonville mulm_ .._.. is..I.saes i..._ H..km -.1..fa.ti..r. )war .' aatd
-Only line operating daily through sleepers Ii.a..Mg. a..ry -.- J..t.... .SLX.raw ally rich for life.CoaMacala. Daily MetropolistD0 J
-a -TW Ca rd c.,.}.. e.r>ct...Man tku psN.ati..wltloa b..a.s4. the doabtiac friead. "Rich for ttfe.aeat .-
to New Orleans. ....criprw_.._b.dr.i tss4. T. *. ,,,.. the f.II.ia. .strsr..ary otJI1'1 ate !
sew I.._far a U W1d tI_: Fill I.laall brow ... .d w 1.4..artal R.o.r4 oa the .
Co.Jackeetlte.Kbi.wilt a>ceata 011....aa*JMI will be e. er.4 ...._.n"..." how! Of .. yoa ...' I'"
.. ... .
fcrlpltoa n Ofee *ri
E.- ....toy MT virU vh ,trs.aat..i a4-...., Did lOtI ever' _alder the thoaaaada I $em/'Weekly
tkw panicalar drrii wall .: 1".1 of waste basks that
full information and deeper reservations, call on any agent of tM trait .. iMliatelr a kMetifal lllk..r...> < ud thoaaaada ...
For _I.( 1at4l a" aIb..i M taw.M.aatv..ea.d | | ire emptied by the JaaNora IB T1mellLmolJ j
Seaboard,or write rtMWa.._.w..rth Jt every Blent Wen. aaapoee you eould
ewta. RAW 1.4.;. ;ilr.r/ae get all that paper. Toar IBCOBM every 1

A. 0. IcDONNBLL: 1St. Ga ?zs. 1&L Jicksonifllc Fit taJastritt Record Comoro/'*.... lay would .. .,Ia the kusdnd.0f ti- $5.50 a gea.. :1

J<<1HtlriIJ fit. ,8- -- I tars That la. If you al.ply aold the Weekly Metropolis and SemIWeekly
S.'c. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. AHt.wA I_.. paper to NIp atllla.
But ........ could add to that Times-Union both "
....... you
t..t.t. ....4,..,..,. .. ...'.'..I.'... tidy laroaM by poaoroatac 7oursdfvamps of .

the that an dropped lots the one year. S2.OO. -iJ

warts basks by adttake. There would -
:.TLR s.G.A1IA. lANES N. IACItSO, Ja. a r. PATTEap'Ui Centrally LocateoA.FOfSELl .. aaotber tae Item la your Income. t
1'.r..-., Sooc'w ad Trsa. The '-$upposs. t.... If your _...tl aal I!
The Inn
mind win permit you to etray au far Pompano ,
coald buy all thebuataeee
afleld. that a was

Dade Qpugty Abstract Co.ttctNtratATE 1, aortas that he could tad lylM ft*. McCooott Proprietor
F. PROPRIETOR waste baskets He would have. I aa.

Pioneer II." ,..... aurh a lever that he could pry Pompano, Florid

I I .. told I... his bank aorouaLWky. .,

'. .... there la more..o..7lag to
SEWELL BU1LDISC MIAMI. FLA. I to wale la the watte basks ta
Accommodation tor
J R ATE $.1.00 TO$J.So PER DA" gentlemen ,
this town every day this maay aiea only. Produce barer* aDd ao 1I
1 treet't I make ,. a loss life of hard work t[I licitora trill find that
Hotel Corner Avenue B and nth | can
A-....yds.a.eb..t Title %. I with I could buy the prlvUea of Uk-'
i.rsrb. iea.l_toailiWit,,_.., ... .."-... preppy aey lao. . h. k .
tM t M JlI re < td>oi &+** t:- 'I t MIAMI FLA. i lag all the ..... Thafa aLL" _'"jl,, from here than from aaj other

poiat oa the liAc.L .


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GENERAL t :'ANKING/ Fort Dallas! National Bank. ''

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OF 1VrT A err_ FLA. ..,Qls ..

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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 businessMarch 28th. 1904. Below is a condensed statement of the condition -

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

in strength and business. .

'". Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas Nation i

Bank at the close of business :March Sth, 1904,

Asse1s.; Liabilities

.. I Loans and] Discounts . $163.955-4: Capital Stock. . . . .. . .$ oooooo

Overdrafts. . . . . . . 250,8 SurpJus.\ '
} . . . . 2.000 '
LT. S. Bonds Secure Circulation . [
-- to 25,000 on. Profits 1 . . . . . . r.s6<} 7L 2
Premium on the ,437 50 National]Bank
I outstanding. . 25.00000
1)adeCounty Honds . . . . .ooo 00 Deposits notes
. . . . 262.0093
Banking House . . . . . 41.21413 i.

I'. S. Bonds owned . .$561625 I I .

1-' Due from Merchants National

: Bank ol New York. . 19,1J9 88

Due from National Bank of

Jacksonville 18.399 46

t: Due from Mercantile Ex- .......

change Bank of Jacksonville 7,336 13 .

Hue from Trust Companies of .

'!.''f\-. II'' New York . . . .. 7.50020 :

Due from State Banks and

Bankers.. 10,249,08, .

Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25000

Cash on hand in vault . 33.263 85* SJ. 783 oo ,

+ I $ 90,640 69 S39O.64O 65

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t ENGINE BLEW UP.OB to get to Delay she was beached not citizens to support whom isey piea. -

r --- ,far from DalB,.. The die has been cast sad whetbei : I
I' /
few of the higher officers were loyal Democrats we must accept the
A. C. L. Rr. at York. KIHInc Th 'Only a
Engineer. / aware of the plan the rarmui of which 'i i result. The candidates chosen are all!l $5,00000Palm
'. achievement :: PJDO'nuand It Is BO time now jo
< Ocala May IT.-At BOOB Sunday a depended upon 1I '
aerkma and unusual accident occurred J BIlled< the spirits of the Russians I.[.be mouthing ,about the whys and F:. -. ;' .
wherefores atf the _' 'lakeland .
.. naval
at Turk la which Engineer J. M. Benton i afloat and a hore. and the young t
officer who was the hero of tbe exploit Ne' 's. [Beach-Stock
of Am< _tlOIIed. Engine No. 'was feted and recommended for the -- -
K) of the Atlantic Coast Line, while i"cross of St. George. ; Being'Gosed: out at

oa the n. from Juliet to Ocala, ex I is the list of those who will X
ploded. Engineer Beaton wak Instantly I The primary election' of 9,1' I* a 'have to make the race In the second
.. killed white the colored fireman.who I't thing I of hUtory The soreretirn vUmof primary on June 7th for this county: ,/NEW YORK COST.

w.r' was also IB the cab made a wow I the State have registered rwlrchoice ,

i! derfal escape from deatfr. Althouch I of candidates at the hallo
be was hurled twenty-five. feet, be re- Of course there are tho woo are en BRONARL.x .
eeived BO wound or Injuries. appointed liectn.. of the re-..::1 It Th r" 150

The train was la chare of Conductor was bound to bt Just so rn.. ax day i, R. oN. DAVIS. i

0. U. Eaton. The remains of Mr. Benton rollows night: ,nnt w> mirr WIt: .:is- Fee ReVn ta.Ij.._ In Cuoa._ lens
I. were brought here from Tork. and IplKMi-'n.:u| t" low an et ....-.. .. r." (Vote for WM.JFlUNK I Nobby and U p-to-doteS uits

win be sent to Amerlcua. Ga.. for Interment there tro ... ).'; than or mnii Cheviots Hon.e:
"' CHARLES DO'fH :RTT ummerYigh ,
'">Kii.11 g sa e ofllre 11.4 : tlr "
I ',uahll'* "if .. "5n are more plain to for Member National' Democratic Com ]'tans 1 1 "U'III i I rasn; and, English Cricket
SCORED FIRST VICTORT. \I." '"M-ern il I In tbe done ..* ....r.al rn.u.nhen (Vote for _.)"' ''. I C Cloth. \\"isonIros! | { Cluett and.Star make

vlc1nr v :-, his. M''''t any maa SALE
Laa JapaneMCruiser. '
Russian .
can a r. ; t t. rmer-n' ud kin
''II hea : u: nl! rnth nrtrrr anA wn.... CROMWELL OIBHONS
Llao Tang. Monday May II (deleyedJa his l.lcto.ls l O" to tifV ly Ibe'plaudits For(Vote Berretsry fur eoeJAMES ot.>state 250
traa.mi..tOII-TIIe Raaalaa fleet of a 'ijniclnc a .!nrItr.: 'It : E. BROOM.!!.
cored It* tint distinct naval success .bvn the .ln) -k; elTud of bi r te- h..urv IL CLAY-- CRAWFORD.-- NOW ON Suits Mens Underwear,
of tile war OB May !' by the torpedoing and d'vaopola amV.i railipr
the sinking. Per "'-'uttaa-Attorney. Wool. Balbriggan Lisle and
sad crippling though not 'a'init him 'be milk ij 1: .iraa Vmd- (Vole for ene,) AT FancyJLisJe.:

of aa armored Japanese cruiser. I. mess bich! might ha 'a mud: him H. P. ATKINSOX.ROUT. _
Talleawaa Bay. The Russian attack a..d kind under JI Tern'tmdltkMS
JTM actsarfally plaaaed OB May 10. 'wi.ite souan I curdled IL TAYLOR. Sewell'sTailormn
I For Tax C.lsctor Hats For
while the Japanese squadron was con- Men.
I|The glaring exposition c' the perlhiy'of (Vote for one.)
_tntI.c outside Dally, devoting rappr i| friends h T. N. OALTIER
Bay. '
IU whole attention to Talienwaa .
tude on : pert of lb s.* wkoin be aa.
carried out the same alght R. B. M-LENDON. I I
and was favored I* rot w :att1 to swc 180I V* r=7
The attacking fore was not a regular -I jtae j tecet of a defe-itai ract ...:..:.'O'. For Osvnty Amnnr eC Taata.
I Iaapth (Veie for eaejGEU.
torpedoboat. but wa only a small all lb... thing launch, la command of a young i'jiltables I :. po'l'i-r It UMiy fir t'... O. BUTLER.C. Establishment -
.officer who had with him three Jackie j L. XlMAKIEa.
4al for po'1'talwrong :
1 lMiece tan to ;: a
Tb hunch mounted a small machine : '.".., htai Uit U !DIIn..1IIt bas: For get Omit Cent, -nVammaaam i sa saB aB mB Ba 8aaaB aaaa" aaaajBa mBB B amBmBam BB KENS STRAW HATS.
(\' for S.'.)
gun sad carried tare j staked tad bid It Is ana t! *"rent You will find u__ __
Wheat darkness fen the laaach crept 'matter K. C. DEARBORN.J. anything you ---
Mt of Port Arthur buggng tile shore. r 5. FREDERICK. 100
rI i There are few men, hates h<> .... lid wish in this stock
aboard and glow I
vita llghta ao ,] F., BL.ria. except
to some extent at least r.. tee '*in _.
from the englaes betray her prescaoa. ; (Vote for i )
I 1 10' .'....ppol.tltlt.aL! LV '-00<; lad 6'i shoes, which we are now FELT HATS.
It was late when she galaed theAter J. It ABRAMB.
candidates .lathe Hell fur coi.of --- --
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line of the Japaaeae squadron. ;
fices aDd out of tae fire only me .a. n sale of at our
Slipping through the torpedoboat I
*ta and averting the nearest ...plt"k-I.!I elected and some of these tandtditeaaswell The new County Democratic Executive I shoe 2OC
their friends had hopes bora store
a big armored cruiser she atole toward as Committee will be:
of promises made them by other sections District MENS
her and succeeded la exptodla -----_-_ CLOTH HATS.
against her aide a sln&|e torpedo. A of the coontv. of winning. 1-(:. W. McPberson.t .

deafening. roar followed tile explosion.which While the editor of the News .. anIndividual -F. M. PowelLJ. J-=:;1

rs-etaoed far aabore. name citizen shares the dlsanpolatment .--Geo. W. Potter.

eaTcloped the erulaer. wUea m eeu) with the other atliens of 4.-R. H. Rosaeaa. j rr - -* *'"* t9'3TlTl'%
badly cripple the town be ha no regrets for OK 5.Second primary.

.' wa Tb. crew of tile cruiser. was seen :'coarse be has pursued either as an editor t-W. W. SaelL

tghUag the fire, which they at last or a eittsea. As a citizen we simply '.-(}eo. P. BulL | JOHN SEWELL & BRO.f'

Mueaedea la extlagubhlag A state exercised tbe prerogative of a cit- .-W. A. Filer.

ship took Ute damaged Teasel la tow'aad :lieu by voting oar choice. As BB editor W.-C D. Letter.It. .
disappeared to tile .outb as The I we have beea fair to an canoi .-\\. J. Shone.
launch escaped the hot In directs I''dates, have throw ao mud age trays EFFFFFFEEaE w

acalaafwar hy tile Japan e ship but I respected the! rights of candidates to 1J.-C W. HIll 31OO12 12rh Street.

ailing aaabW to run to Port Arthur or ,i aspire to office and the privilege of aI. 14.-J. C Hdlg.I > MIAMI. FL\

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