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 18, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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1, No. -135. (t= '::::.... MIAMI, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MAY IS, 1904. c:: Price 5 Cents


TOTAL VOTE it van for Mr furled Bnmn at Appumattox.on the 1"th solely and Toted oncrount ANGEL FISH KEY A FINE NEW HOMEMr. 1 GO"ERSlETIDE GAl'UE. 'WHITE MEN

of bin ardent, asii.eal( l :'!
. old Confederate "ldirrs for their Wrpuees
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tot"H.**. but now ( hanged!!: front completely 1 The government official and engineer ,;I

BY COUNTIESTaliaferro and It kooks M me as If hel Purchased by a !Number of Miami and Mrs. V. A. Rutherford to, at work in the bay and on the WERE BLACK

t t: j l I..a* not incere in bin ajin..o: to the Gentlemen. Build oa Mnth Street. :[Jetty outside orrle' Cut have erecteda I

old soldiers tide gauge near the Royal Palm

( .1 "Capl. R W Davis also follow! dock to determine the exact rise sad I -

the Confederate liar u did :Mr Brow I tall of the tide In tbe bay. I

and myself. from start to finish ...bl'" The gauge so far shows tit the
Got More Than : i In the Beginning.
Then ,,11taU If INs Property aF>c. Artmtect f. W. Bach Drew die Hats, Says Dish.a -
i,3oIr, Broward was then In nU kneel tide has an average rise of 1\ Inches I

% ''brwche*. Tropkal Gr.te. fmt aad PrK- gad Was AM the t.Mest Bidder per hour or a difference of about a a
. Sl<)dton and Jennings. "I. for one of Mr Brown' aupport'era. foot and a half between extreme hlgn op Turner. Colored.
lIe Fis(1Jpt( RnortMemr ,ir the wort.
., hall recent thin change of front. and low water. The gauge Is In charge

and rant my vote on the Ttb .>f Jun I of a gentleman thoroughly experienced I -

\ for that chivalrous old Confederate | in this work :
veteran Hon. R. W. Davis l and I hope !; Dally report of the tide are tarnished -
all the old soldier In the State who loan, of Mm V A. Ruth- tfbJ h.. > Ute hydrographical office la
Ill. W W. Erwin 8. L. Patterson aa-1 :" the B'rar4 f..r t I. any One
voted for Mr Brown, will do tbsame. e ) .R.: Washington. for compilation and incorporation I
." B. B. Tatum of this city nave purchased ,residence to be complet-sl tijr rte tem- In -f'rDmat charts. >

*' Congressman: nay, candidate forGovernor the Rns ril place' oa AngelFish ber first.! maps, etc. of me to those engaged In I \

With the Way Bro i Has Acted and say that he realizes that .be Key which includes all the better Mr r V' !..cku..r hilet-t and ,, water tragic.iRAILWAY ; White By Roaming About the WorU. .1

|I." too mild In hU previous campaign pert of It. with the Improvement, bu'Mcr. '!e>:.-""d the cnnf: t'V|/ '.r lot 1"1 j, ,

F Slice He Is Out of the Race They i and that from now until June 7. be consisting of residence, grove and era) compHltor* and the vcrk bo baa CONTRACT AWARDED. and. b Unuatnral r_. They j(

for the ituer improvements done Jnte ktattng In t I .
fight Miami |
will make a vigorous *
: Wl Support Davis. Who Is One nomination Mid that be experts to win It to the purpose of the purchaser guaraaUM that this hour ,...! be first ;'!' Frisco Will Eater New Orleans Over I Now look With Contempt t Upon f

a derisive majority. He has opened to operate there quite extensively lathe claw fbe .. of Their Number Davis Opens) I C i'" ( Their Brothers la Black-Negroes
line of fruit red v t<"aMe culture New OrieAus IS-One of :
i a campaign .headquarter in JackonTitle. I I. on lat-.p.-t.. *.* e- venues | May a numi -
Headquarters la Jacksonville and I while at the same time having s resort B and E. U '\Vbil.'* i j ben of contract, embracing the track- : Should Be Educated and Write

i, for themselves. ) and friend daring the : home nail i-n the same mar or tar'": age agreement n..
M1BI Make a Vigorous tam iiglL:j! FELLOW SERVANTS winter season for fishing. and rf>rrtloa. >- street 1>e tui'dlnx will .be *fMcUlydesigned Central and ttte FrUco: Railroad BJTbeen Their 01 Books-White Men.

I 1 Road Not bit-lie for Death ti Co* Employee ha a boarding hums. and mill I' recorded. TV contract di.' nee

as. He Was Too MM Before. I Cau-l By Another* UtetafeeWashing The property U considered amongst contain pcveral large sleeping rouuv time agreement Barer wb:>*i the Fns.) Though Meaa. WI Help Then.Chitago. .

6 I !.* May 18.-Th > Supreme the most desirable. to be found anywhere with ver lance dining i xmui, pwrlors will gala Its retry: Ivo New Ut"...... I ooj

', Court of UM United *ttena* la..i south of MlamL It has a* and otbar _"'Dlf'tI.". to make It I over the )I.......',..s \11-*, tracks. IB -

l down the prlirlplc that '9 t.Is.;rape ocean front of half a mile with water pl.asaatlead comfortal4 for "....:tll.1| retarB for the nee ot UK valley U o4jfrom

L ,... following to th* correct vote .. operator to' a railroad co. iiiy and seven or eight. feet la depth at the It will contain baths,, electric lIbl.1 1 Baton Roi; the Frtsc-j gi>-i*< 't-. I May .-Blhop Turner, .

., railroaj ._ni ie art dock. Bonefish. tarpon and other lib .. water bishop of the African Episcopal
. Bear a. obtainable by counties for a reman tJ. a and all toodern coavenlences and ap- : Illinois Central an entry I.w the .1
f halted States "' 101'. l. Ute May >. "felk-w servants" sad th.v the negligence are more abuatUat lavgrw thaa at any potatmewW. sad '..>n B-:ds *f B'.rm! suits ov.r ihKansat ch :ch. In his address at the ...uaI /T|

!. primary: of the lormer causing the .-th point kno..... There Is a food horns Mrs. Rntherford* ha for yM managed Cty. jlMptur. A Uln.I!.",! ti4tin cr-rference today said: '"God....... if. :

: of the latter In the operdrti of tialnrwaa oo the place. and a man and his wits the hou-dln addition ta:>> ihto t.Se Frtoco" pay .. made a while man. In the beginning

i a rto" wSka the ..,.....u as-umed have ben engafcH to occupy! It and housea-aof U Miami most notwlttslaadlnf pooula tta. I annual rental equal to 2 per rent of !..l men. were black but in their wanHtiiag a a:

.t i r. and was not a ...-.d for u>..up t take care of the place and cootlno has bwnf hampered by lack of riots i the cost of track ronstrorti-io and ou earth they became bleach

_.. ... -a against the '..,road cou,n*, iv.ONTONEWCHWAN6. ralartlni the grove sad farms. and all her user will V > bean half the rant of n>..."'...... ed. I. their unnatural. pallor these
patroa -
r. :; -g : :..:. The purchase was just concluded today I, llwcbed men tow loor with contempt :.!I
lighted how that she to to
(... ii I tf so soon
'Cau'.. I. and the geatlrmea Interested ban sal isdituene aad ortee pnsdara Z
be In position to accommodate them so
.A1fdIea.. ... .20 MS 20J M not fully matured their plans, but theyhave batter : fiRE DEP'T MATTERS and bate upon their brothers, tile ..4I '
t mock .d that she will 1* sole
.' Bslar .. .. ... 211 74 112 IUS a magnificent propvnv and expect Ar arty .... tetata the rotor God gas.Lem. .
to ear no many mure. "
.. .. 221 204 3* to make something "'au!. out of it. I I Y

Brevard' .. ... JS4 1$1 MCBtbouB I They will probably form as Ucarporated ThIs Bv balldlag will b. an nr?.- His .oo w.c app.eaa.4 almost ::"J'

. .. .? let 55 Ml tit company later and engage niei.sively .' meal tai tile city and eeMalnly Iceprid.O wildly bT the Iarae .row. a ...._ ti:

-. CUnsf ... .... 2 D 2ilColumbia IK l'I A Japanese Divlsloa Is Now March-. la the growing of citrus and k owners who hare lag ,, James Morford is Elected First Assistant '
..... .beef planaiwg and working to
/{ II 1 negro
,. Dmore
,.. .... d. tropical fruits and pineapples. eeItloe -
.. ..' 412 417 12* It log from Kai Choo.e a nice home of their ow!!. I! t CUef.Otbrr They H", ,.., write the tai poems, t >

.Dade .. .' .... sa 411 Ii 39 C.W.M.WIUU"lSARR n sks ud IIC'k.UIIc tratiws I. barDsay (,

De goto .. .... 5S7 :M 11 23 '" MI CHANOEJ IN Tin NAVE ,I with .h a cola of tbei' race. H.

1>-.. ? .. .. 2JH 1272 M -21Eacambia I Miami Boy Charged With Larceny of 'sw that he did. not wilt. to 1* misuuMtrtood ';,.l

..... net Ml 2SS 30 Rassld.s bacN: Cttjr.b arid. SWmq Wa..hiBi.ton. May IS.-Several Im- Miners PcrUlomd to M 4 Tew*. ass that .1111 hoot:. .1Ic.e h.

.. ... 112 27 125 4 Another Man's Wife. sce Is the a.eanest and we rtl.... the
order have lue
rraakBa been
portent naval .1DtIII Dbctsse ul ( umlttetHlWortf.rle1e.Elc.
IsprtM4-Chia )Open) Ptrts U *
Gadsdea.. .. 247 ItS 369 21 Captain O. F. F. Wilde ....11If' do.tacked tart he ever saw. Ia r.I"af' ready. to -

VUmltton .. .. SOt 212 1*, MHeraaado bop-erce .f die Woril G. ". M. Williams Jr. who ha> from ...11 a.: in.r.n-rndaat of .he.11' the to..h where they u') to rt.... .

.. M 54 1M 2Hlltoboro been a resident of rVnzc-...a for more the navy ,...... Leagw inlcf1 May Jl. I SENATOR
..... 2J4S Wit 9St t 2j I t than twelve month, was arrested last and on the following day will reiifteiRrar I t1XUlTIOS

dtsre .. ... 292 174 273 21TJaekaos I night and placed. In the city jail by Admiral M. L Johawn 'r..> .
.. .. 1M 297 4M 64 Tien T.ln, May 18.-IJo>* atent at Marshal Schad the arrest bfOt.II.8Iad4 as commandant of the .uv } *'.', at.Boet.oft. .(, The Miami Fire Department held a i, Senator Qua,.'. condition is reported

Jefferson _.... .130 2S 217 d I New Chvang under date of Tncuday upon request' of the Mississippi authorities. large and Interesting meeting lat j: less enc...eragiaa toda F.'.rey rres'a.tUo.

lAta tb ..... 282 21' 2W! 27 Japaai riitlslun! William Is charged. locally Captain F. "'. Dickens, now in command night at which business of Importance j I Ia .being taken to prevent a re-
lake .. .. .... J24 IT 2W la: telegraph % with "being dangerous and suspicious of the navy yard. at PenwttuU.will was transacted. aad farther prepara- '>' lapse.

.. .. ... 14f 47 147 15 i! had landed at Kai Coon :!ono"kS under but the warrant from Mississippi' to succeed Captain Viidu av ......11- lion made for the tournament and ,

J.-. .. .. . 400 n.U 1 J Jun a heavy fire. and that it U now to the effect that be Is wanted on the ntandant of the Leari Uuir.i; Brjr. other event July 4. REPORTS STOPPED.Westes .

... _. no 1? "H lU "l J marching toward New ChwangThe charge of grand larceny for stealingthe yard. Cai-taln Singer bat beer orcVred Tbe. resignation. of Chief Whaler and ,i ithe
.. .. 115 2Msdfsoa wife of another man the dut'es of Union Tea.hpb Cu. Will Fur
Liberty evacuatioo of tbo city by the to assume cmandaat -)0.- appointment of Anlatant Chief I]
: .. ... :6t *.. 2i7 25 Th William, some seven weeks age ol the naval ....100. at New McINi j.l; in that rank Ml a vacancya : slab So Hone Rating News:
to nearly csuple.e.
manatee SOS 2S4 75Mmrtoa .5 Russians now according: to his. statement left Natch- Orleans. I.... May II. r.:'>viin Captain first aM.i..... laief. aad this was'. New York May 11I.-FolI..lq the ,
STf :n 54 Japanese are expected tj mv. there ... Ml.**., with the wife of another : action d '
75S J. F )Merrill who. i. prlcm! to filled. bv the appointment ...' Mr !| diurontinul.g to
J&auoe ... ... 45! 4.. 23 1711.aiia '...... All Is quiet a' dew' Chwaagand maa. He cam to Pensacola, where this city for duty la ejnne-lio-t ,,'1111 James Morford. second assistant chief all subscribers 'Ift this city the reports

.,..... t4JI 244 HI 20Oreg. shipping show favoiaU JOfC4 he bad secured employment la a furniture the general board. Moran remaining In bas former rank. i I, vi bone racing oa tile various tracks

........ *41 :SM 1VIm -' teas, store, and the couple has since resided Admiral Johnson will rVr\< on *c- Mr. Morford has heretofore been a ID the C"OUntry. Robert C.Clowry. the

p? Ia ....... 227 u 11 9isco at the corner of Wright and Altool swat of age.Yesterday foreman, and to regarded a* a competent president of the Wester l'DIoII Tel-

......... ir .23 M 'ASIATIC 3IOVEMCY'IS.Cheefoo. a atftoe<<& and enthusiastic Bregnter.. Vr. :j ji "CrAP" Co.. today notified ssa.tendents .
18* r.s .., Complaint was made to the authorities I at OlcSa..
.... 102 Franciscoand
Nk about noon a cat "'Ion.I. .- i Moran to also a good fireman and I I
J8IItM :-. :s of Natcbex by the husband of the Atlanta coda .
iS that
...... 1'% ; the collection
J"wtMa ; .. to the children of Mr. J. P. Gallo with Mr. Morford will render
... i-5: Ill: ** ;,1 May H.-A caW.. ram ieceived lady and the warrant lor the arrant ullI.1 and distributtos hY 111. Westet.UsIa. .
turn way, who reside near the school house I, ble) aid. to the city and the. '
-f 52fls.Msr Rear Admit Cuooncommanding Williams. was sent to I>nisroU a* of horse .
: here I company rm'ag reports '
St s s was observed to behave most carious- ; In future blurs of need.
.._ .. r 19Suwsaas the United State Asiatic soon. as It waS learned that they were ly. It began prowling around and i TIle committee populated some time must be discontinued t..rtll..ltb. y

.. ... m nTaytor W\ apuadroa. aanounen that be rpevtato here. I ,
finally snarling like a mad dog and past to arrange for tile tournammt i
:5 m 31. sgoluw arrive soon at Cbeefoo with his William Mated lat night that I : DELEGATES TIRED OIT.Aad .
and running about through the house and secure rates on the. railroad from '
.. Itl t9Wak.lls *:: .; squadron sine be had arrived. her that b. Maay of Them Will Desert theRepublican
and around the yard snapping at aDd all point on the east coast here. wigprobably :
2B 4: W: M e had .been married to the young lady. i Cwventios.Spngfletd .
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trying to bite everything that cam ;, go to St. Augustine Ute last j jof
I ': 13 OPS.VS IIMT and be was coaBdent of coming cleat III.. MaY II.TII.t.
Waltos ...... IU ; CHINA In Its. way. The cat succeeded In this week to confer with the railroad -
.247 3.2 :1 of any charge that may be made : les nns Is Increasing today among the
Washington officials relative to rates and
catching a chicken and biting It the ,
I IL edict against him. He stated Mat Ute former delegates
Pekla.I May It -An Imperial fowl dying I. less than three min j other matter pertaialag to the success to the Republican. conveutkm. -
M4 127J H1 I1** Issued today opens to the commerce husband of the woman be bad mar- | and many of them will go home .
Total .. .. .% .t... Mr* Galloway aad the children :of the tournament which It to proposed -
of Chua- rltd bad treated her cruelly on several :
I tomorrow
over of the world the ports
... HurBllty by this time were thoaroughly alarmed to make the greatest affair of the !
aiBtotklas .... .... .... x.11 i naafm. Welshela and Cboutaun, OB the occasion, durlaf which time lie sad filled Mr. W. T. Cole who;' kind ever held. In Miami or this sec'doe. j;I Among. the delegates there b aa In-
afwroplurality +' ghaagtung Peninsula.WIU. was a boarder at the hose. messing Inclination to take a recee
Ta lives next door to com to their aaaistanc -
... 12M2 I' Williams la of neat appearance, and -_ i i for thirty davs. cad It to not probable.
Jennings On Mr.
'i 1 reaching the see**
JeBBlngsTaUafenw'a :, CCT OFF KtTlOPATKIS.Rome. to a son of Judge O. W. M. WIPIama. that the deadlock will be broken till
Total yat. Cole found the family 'up tree, OB Dade .....t, RepubUcaaa do not I i!
can . .... ..... ... mu Miami whom be states will be at ',t.....
sad defend the fence and any place they could stand IB with the President on me cot
him In trial.
IIH.I A telegram received Natches to
total YOU May -
out of reach of the ferocious feline. At their '
get or question. convention held
leas thAM that two Japanese The young; man, who la probably IS THE fOTTON MARKFT
7f7 votea .1 r her from Tokto states
Tatlaferro la The eat Immediately dashed at Mrs 1. this city May 1 they Inserted the'I
cast and It toM division have arrived BearMukden years of age Is a graduate of Georgetown New York. May It.-ra-'un ups n"
-.JgrttJ of aU tile Totes Cole, who tried to beat It off with a la their
following plank platform:
that lie will have I with the objec of cutting onGeneral University of the Clan of : tvady May 1X12: June -. July
tMnIanr to sns ant u- His I Kuropatkin's retreat north Th lady In the cane .. very handsome stick fitting It three times but notj "Be It resolved. That tae Executive ''UtM.Auciut.; 1JI1.; Sepe_"",,, II 71.'October. ; .
tro-We .. wlBBlBgwn succeeding In killing The cat fterbeing Committee elected this .
I by couveatlo.are ''
double that of Stact.os. : and well educated, but she refused IIM.; November and Deembver. -
Tote Bearty ward. isateJ off bY Mr. Cola started
hereby Instructed that t".hall
teodal I to talk when approached by a i i.i. l<- UK: Jaauary. 11 1W, 1
she. INYI. for the youngest Galloway boy. who,. calling all conventions and primaries" .
Tokio May U.-An repontI Journal reporter as was -
was on the fence Mr. Cole Jumpedaround' make such rules governing same ..* ARMENIANS ACTIVE
WHY NOT ALL AUKS! 1D. I I from the second. Japanese army show Ute city Jail last sight It to tsatedthat j
j i that the railroad north of Port Arthur she. to of a wealthy family and to the opposite side of Ute shall allow only white voter to participate MlatMltl_( :May IS-According --

of Jasper baa wrttteB j(baa been eat .. I.. places between that she has eoasMevaWe property. fence and' after repeated efforts sorereded1 la such convention or |.-1- .' to n dispatch from Vail of Bull. Aaatle *- :'
a Johnson In hlttiag the cat on the bend _rIeL"
Turkey, that seventeen Tfl-
says )
low hat her
to t.. JacksoBVll. May i and 17. TIle Japanese own nama. .
the following *ett r I left Her about and the blow proved to be n "knock Roosevelt takes IB tile voter bulb :' .
William a
.. bees 1W s.i- Young J
$-->-: yart.Yday I year ago. He to said to have b-.. jaiar out.- He was Just la time as the mad -a-comla sad ......*.* Bad so ;Ares.tea:

.! saw IB your eoratr... t that Ute MOB. THE CASE DISMISSED. : steady In his. bantu bat not very taI rat had almost succeeded I. I'Mtbalf' spreads his Bet. a. to tall them frou !BOUB. More tau all hundred Armenia .

atMesest to the for Gov. 1 dustrtou*. the little boy who'It to needles' to sv all direction, lireapstBve of race eoi- families have taken refuge at "
C. M. Brown., es.-.4l UteBtloB.toMpr i i.race. Macon. May 11.-"" CBS pending was frightened. to a point of frenxy.CusMB or. or prevtou condition. .AJa,.......!" ,' )Musk a town i la Blt ..

BBS annoBBced bto tafce aeradpnlasry. In Ute Federal cost here of B. C. I As iatsrestiag feature of Ute |S4.> **.aissisiQi. < supreme hthafnikbbnrhas is hto motto Bvideutly th* Dad ...

.n N.: B. Steward WonBed Oat be Michea v*. Ute Brnaswlck Birmingham {,tOOJKM Jipansaa loss Jut made 1- for anile a while noanty RcDBbUcnna have aa eye tobuI HIS SIXTH TERM .J 3Marne.

au I .- eo take'' Railroad has been settled out dcert. I tile proceed* of the loan will IM Ursry sect bat hi Mi been for Mr. Cole's>> as- -. and thus seek to reuse May .-The sixth Dnmo- .
he Ie pItN
baa __ stated that regret Oat Mr. the railroad' purchasiag MaeBs -i spent ta this couatry, which will sent jtntinr* snmUhhig! erions may haveresulted the embargo upon tile grewU of Ulr,trade district convention met her
the ..mp for Urn. f olkr.. the.*.- Interesta.' Tb rere. ver ka beeBdismissed. 'j 1a s.swr. to ........ rartaia kni .. as that at wan undoubtedly s party IB Ute South, and especial'/ I'today and uaaalmonsly raemhmt.d

..... has do.5 set tffl i of trad*. sad _.- Conle-eTBr.
Man sad Sari of tile -


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R. Llammua, J. E.
.saes-w. .. ....11 H f' LaSallr. A. L. Wonderful stories ire often related The Pantry as an Adjunct t* the AfUrthmifht .l a street Arab UKM The population of the Russian
o. Jes.tnp.
==of gutc-M.C. .o.,)V Jt. lAmer c. D. of the lo+* of precious article Kitchoit. Hearted Act. empire surpasses Japan nearly three.

r-Abs. tkutt." F C McDonald. ,t. A. and their marvelous recoverUK has In planning a borne too much Laurence D'Orsay, the English fold.) According to the census of

.An....-wa.r4i.nrral-dent at rubllc. 'I" L ".' W. M. I.yo.rd, t.. the dropping of a watch ot.rIrlartl are cannot be given to the pantry.j actor who recently pla.\cd an engagement 197 the empire had lJ9,5CJ,7ia.
II .hear.. )' .. E. T. Merritt Z. T. while fi<
'.oyar.rt4___+e.rral-J at Aartmltiirr C. K. P1. -. : L. G. ;* it from the rtomurb of a pike a' bore it i* many uu- him in the American; small boy. in population has been tramenJou -

Pt_ N .._ lalowU B. )I. Ieen. '1.... H. dissecting gold ring; from the *"m- "icifsartep" mat. be taken main. While strolling along; Chestnut *. In 1815; it wa estimated
4-Tkr tawry tes.rai aA1 \" .|. .:: JL C. lone, Fred S. nardi" of trout which snapped the (aloe mOfe/lll.'ut. nude if the place street one afternoon with J. Fred at 4,000.000.t the present time
.t-... ., Wntto -The Goo.AIWrIWJaJ. G. D. )loore, T. \". glittering toy before it reached bottom i- not convenient in ever Jetail. ; Zimmerman he met with a ragged: ., it i* nl'arI1130,000,000.

Lary M Mao. .. J. 'L )McDonald W. H. ; digging a set of faUe teeth, In most homes a 13 here the baking street arab! who led a disreputable" According to its different divisions -

.openlOCI M state eI l.rebut.Ut>Uno.- F. W. I'Kloaoo. G. A. !II Lost when bathing; from the stomach 1 is prepared, for unless it is pus> \.,".-* ,1,,;: |b.a. string.; Mr. D'Or- the population was distributedby
*ftMXrtarraf.. ruminiiiiaii.ml Trtmnrr.AfTtroiiura & E. V Nelaon. Edwin of a c tO-.h, etc. But truth is .ible to prepare many dishes.. on a Mi i in iiiwl lately became interested the census of 1$97 a* follows:

t..d..t lsszd M d Yawn l>... 1.toa.1'be_'-6or.f.. W. H. hrk. R. J. stranger than fiction. Anbodwho' l road shelf in the I pantry it means; in the l I.ov. European Russia, 107,000,000 including

ti MM. AowMr-uvaml ..< (' I. Pt-out W. W. will can lie, but here i* II true story that all the ingredients used must "I 1 up|.o.e you would like to seethe : VOO.OOO Pole and :,:;OJ.-

III.lprl.roaae.a.: .('_.. -L&. Eon*. J. H. Patterson S. L. of James II. I'rcnii of Ann .Arbor, l I.e earned:! from the pantry out into show !?" he said, with a mischievous 000 Finis; Caucasus governments

J. A. Farri..lI. Allan R. who, while fi&Liii { at Zukev lake the kitchen to the table and back twinkle in his eye. "I'll makea 9,300,000; Siberia 5,730,000; Central

"rralliE cot:aT J. G. Rbocl. R. W. lost the $:!HK) setting; to his diamond again into the pantry when the bargain w'ilhOIL Give me your Asia. :,: O.UOO. In European'

.L:::t Tglur!M.,,A..oelate Cble4 Jamie.J .r- I P. C. ROM C. J ring. Hoping that the glitter might: cooking is done.In dog and 111 see that you are presented Russia the average annual increase

M tl.l.seals.+a.ry Aa.oeule J__. :, .. Gutoa Reilly J. B. hale attracted a bite from a pick- a most convenient pantry with a ptus." of birth over deaths, according to

Of l I-"-'nM MCwrtjBa teuelu.*OBM > I, K. B. Ru.lI. Dr. W. B. I erel, which grabs greedily: for alashing there is a broad shelf sufficiently "Can't see it that war, mister." the new International Encyclopaedia

U T.lli Mii'i. ria. J. K. Rampll Edw. /fI spoon hook,e\ery fish caught Urge to hold a vide bake board. said the boy. ")low do 1 know is 2,000,000 soul.

t. fc. KKXATOU.tm. W. W. Raulersun C. H. wa carefully di.. cted., and Pren- | This shelf is at right angles with you'll take' goal care of me pup?" | The<< empire has seven cities with

"..>>a P. Talltefem..".., J Ja Dr. G. Rumph. Gro. !i ties had just about given up hope of the shelve on which the suppliesare Mr. D'O1\a\; laughed heartily, ami a population of over 200,000, and
Meatmi R.aUltorf..... ,I G. C. 8alford L. B. beholding his $'.'00 sparkler again placed, and it u possible to stand Mr. Zimmerman that night saw that, they are: St. Petersburg, 1,489-

D. a.OOXOKU8M&1 R. 8. Sewell E. G. j when, at the last fi.h had been rip- I! in one place while preparing a baLing the boy was furnished with a front' 570; Moscow 1.147,945; Warsaw,

r-nt DMrlet (aaibnriBC UM & J. 8. 8axelby. 1. a. I ped up the front, be hanged if thegem and at the most take but a step seat in the gallery.; 611,936! ; Odessa 414,218; Lods.

fcM. M....W...::.'-ia.Boa.ralatka.memt *, M.: ..... I. s. Snlzner C. F. | wasn't found wedged between :I or two to the farthest end of the The next afternoon the actor 316.145; Riga, 260,717.' and Kiev,

aaif*. A. P. Bm1&h JIIIIII | two boards in the bottom of the shelves. again! came across the boy and the I! 'h,699.-Boaton Transcript

ESJUWaJt COM. James StoIIemaD. F B. boat!Detroit Tribune. I' In front of this shelf i is a large: canine.

c..... R. Sulzer A. E. window which gives perfect' light ""Well my son," he Mid in his) Th Mar salt IndiMtry.The .
*M B Brovac, f.tj trot Ckal I T. N. Pay In Parliament.There with which work kindlietrnanner "how did like toUr salt which atone
a. L Bwr. UtUa kU w.J. Slwtahaa. M. to without,straining you industry,
.L. DaJaTataaimk J.. I 8. arwe1l. John is a strong feeling in Eng the eyes. the show ?" i time was a great business i is
C Clrrk.D. '
......_ ...... .lu.s el i .. C. H. Brymoor. R. H. I land against the payment of mem- All up and down the sides of this "Huh !" wa the laconic reply. Onondaga county, N. Yv baa bee

'0__ &. J. C. Ba..t.1Ie, I. P. ben. on the ground that it would'i' window email brass hooks are fastened -ClaJ I kept me dos"-Philadel-' almost wiped out by the competition

S.COMM1MIOBKB. r. Shaw. H. B. I teed to create the class of | into the woodwork, and on phi 1'rN.4. from the west but then art

JoU B. BatUi.MlaaU.MAtoa I R. B. T.llor. R. R. ,. tional I politicians seen in foreign each side of these hooks is placed' -- still in operation' in New York a .

bra & & I A. U. Tanaap. 1. L countries and our colonies. Its absence I one utensil used in cookery. When In Tearaia. ': few plant where salt is obtained bj h
.......... Bimj4 a4 DM I: W. H. Tatum. B. B. obviously tend to restrict j one is at work it is possible to lift 1 the soUr process. In this industry
I .., J. H. Tataa. 1. H. membership of parliament to the any one article without disturbingthe VMYA / I it ij is necessary frequently to 1lW p"-
Ms. I.K. DUadek, Palai of I :
L. S. well to do classes, and an a matter rest, and, a* each article i il always = : | late the cover of the vats wherein

:DADS OOOmr & & & I' J. G. "'at-. C. H. I fact these enjoy an overwhelming kept on its own screw, it becomes t1: i I j the brine is in the coarse of evaporation -

Jiaaaai W. Lisp fU 4'* I' wlniam. ,,1Iortoa. F. H. representation: in the house of commons almost a mechanical movement ,.b:.' and aa the Till are quite DilI -

DADS COUNTY <>' I IC H. r.Wlllte. E. L. j the labor nieuiUr, shoes expense to reach for any article that | merous the service of many men

**tr"... ...-An.a g.K.,.... A.. -E. Wall T. A. I and a modest salary are provided i is needed.' j are required for this work.: Judge

(r'.aty rrm it.UiMll--.Cwut-.. T.sad Saadwa..... I W. W. Whaler H. T. from tome ur ...uiulion'ol ; \ William G. Cady of Syracuse ha recently ,
.. the classes their at T. Prevent tr'... 1'7:1t '
-g.CD.abeff CiiiimOr T a. F. W. Worley. G. A. represent being invented a method of oper-
K.rtgJ.b.Trakack.MlaatLrUeetarafTkaaaThaa.J. I present a small but happily an increasing Chief Hill of the Philadelphia : ating these
...... ". W. I). Wilson J. L coven by horsepower, to
a..- J. W. Woodworth. J. F. group. To compel a candidate fire department lays down there that one animal and a boy can moveIfiO
..-..' -L to the cost of the rules to fires
bunting prevent : in six minute This
.s.ank I' M. E. pay cover
Co 11. ___. '" Wilson. R. S. Per
.......1ea..s at hll A. J. ZlsuaJe. C L. votes which send him |o serve the Do not put abe in wooden boxes sE resents the work of ten men. It.*

:J .l.-a.Bad I T..,Merrttt 0c..al.1I,.....V-... nation in parliament it prcposter- or barrels These wooden receptacles estimated" that this device represent* ........

i 1.iwb.tCkstr.aa..._. _L..Palai. A SI-RE. THING. ous, and, after taking safeguard are a frequent cause el fire. In. 1 \ \ I a saving of 90 per' cent in the labor
-Mor L
A. ; '
.ool Ulaail; B. .. BoId<<. against a superfluity of candidates,. every kitchen and cellar there I employed around one of these es
s ;::::; E-C-Doartera. Clerk and the system will probably! soon bbolubed. should be an ash bos of iron or tin. tablishment It i is said that it will

ukcrrr COCk or BKTKSTHCIBCCIT. la said that nothing t II bun ezeepc .-Henry Norman in Cen- i Keep the cellar clear of heap of I he the means of reviving the old industry

s and taws bat that U tot aJ- tury. refuse-of old newspapers, rags and in this part of the country.

s BaikneiM De4 aM oOer true. Dr. Kings New Discovery broken' wood.Cobwebs -Exchange.
t tmxt JW-Blt. -* Jea. I Consumption la a aura cure fo Very teft. on cellar beams and
Uerk Proves.l. (Ise JM AtMrary-J.-&. C. o.n-. D. .," i iIt. lung and throat troubles. Thou- Ex-Senator Ma ou of Illinois, according wall should be carefully guarded I, au..... and the Plaf..

.Fall_T..ftaT el fMutfe Olmtt Mo Court..tT-la.110. I can testify to that Mrs. C. B. ; to tb Troy Times, was seated against, and every cellar should receive The susceptibility of the Chine

.\ (.macTvraiea Fltal Mawiar ai Metre of Shepherdtown. "-. Va. j' with a pajrtj of fqrnds in a at least once a rear, a com- I Handou Pete = Wot's man to the plague is proved by the
II..... to.,nLL. Sandystandin'
"I had I Washington c fe one evening when whitewash fact that China and
a severe caN of Broachltia ; plete coat of or of fireproof oJ. lIeaopctamia-
dote in de rain fer?
for a year tried everything I beard I I the circle was joined by the son of paint. I I t| were the two great world center of
: L .. Weaf1l'Tryill' ter ketch cold to!
u. Herm.
"... r+. ..att.s Att.rsy-J-- got no relief. One bottle of Dr. a big western capitalist whose main Line all flues with terra cotta. he kin de 'I I the disease before India became less
... W.aIsr Tw.-F\nC' Monday I. ". '. New Discovery then cured aim in life seemed to be'a continuous Keep wood, from the chimney spring consumption gag, fected. For the past forty
... wprtsa T.o-Firm ...... to me away when dr y Offers; hint work. I year
rase Tana-Drat Mesday : : ." It'. Infalllbte for Cnmp.I jubilee.. lie was of that class *. Win-1 1 ..'..imnex. .L..: .' plague has been endemic in the V

.1 r all O.B.Tana-Tim UJrDomCLO.I1'I M.a4a) la $.. Cough Grip. Pneumonia ) inelegantly known u "butters in," necessary, ua 'thing f i .1IDf.Ii 3..k !awtial ........... |I I mountains of Yunnan and there

...... L La....., at1 -. Conaumptkw. Try IL Ifa guar and it was soon evident that his Never hiiug Ida turt..ol.i near ga* Archie wu not sure ,her opinion was a virulent' outbreak there in
-.; .. 0" R.b/s..s. Mawr. by all drniEclitta.. Trial bottle presence was distasteful to thsena jets. Let jour window be bare of would coincide with his and be : 1871-73. In 1891 there was a aorere -
98 5. CBCtCB DIKECTOBT. tor. ")1, old man doesn't put up a ; lace or else mote jets to proceeded epidemic in Canton which U '
I Regular sizes $Or, and ..). your gas ( to feel his way with caution. "
f PIP? ?.Uses.? AT.n tC aW 1 I cent for me, said the young man,, another part of the room. In pri- "Uuv it not seem to be said to hare caused 100,000 deaths
;'f rrwwklM. ....q eatsp at : di fat roll of you
>pli ing a grl'eDbacki."I'm ) there few of and in the
Ii.. fcurfa* Mrki.l at M o.dftrk.pt 4"A REUNION. RATES. } I' vate louses are canes said !"that this production has been spread same year
'. Caw st s ,,' Poser on own resources. lIon It is from
!w sedgy s .IBM DC :--' AB..*. ___ | my fire more frequent than. lace cur hastily staged and that the actors'' ong. Hongkong
:lIti ...., W. g..pasts I Florida DtrlaKia. Call "How do you manage itr' asked tains. appear to be deficient in that-er- that the infection i is said to have
BranarAt. aoot-. one of the part,. "You must have -- spread to Bombay, which was just
.. Veterans. TaICa ,", enthusiasm and elf abandonmentthat
... .. ....
V _C s.d sib --- .u. some sort of a Snap.! A Fme New Pet Plant. catching Calcutta at the time in the
.ay at lM ,...: *aa 1rllo5 at ) 14.. 1>...-Supplement to i, enable one to 1 lose oneself in
Pee.rk "This i is my 'snap said the gay The nurserymen are always on the race to be premier port in India.
the illusion of the r
.. ..aThtitillMSp.afc.C.-. yra &! Order No. 43.-Gew'lewien-. play
touching alert and the earth for novelties
spendthrift, impressively scan "()h. vet." wearily answered Miss Since then Calcutta ha* gone ahead
time la fa
rapidly approarhtpc
.. K. L ee.w.. Carr A__ C : cia bead. for their insatiable customer Quickstep. 'It's punk."Chicago and Bombay has hopelessly receded,

..+ ae..i-N..eklae.. am .&t.PfraaanaFBialnT ll. .'rI.ek. a.U ';.' : 1 meeting of the CoBfederate Vete- ".\nd there not a softer 'snap in One of the fmet late introductions Tribune. owing to even' yean of plague.
.... r' ,--.... r-- ..11.-.. -.-.-; I.-... Reanioo. which eeoveoe at the world! assented Senator Msson. is the justicia, which has at a bound London Chronicle. ,_. _,
1_+ _..... m r..,. -.. Tenn. Jane 14-1*. The rsJl1 | come into great favor. a Louse and A LMklma' Pair. ,.;0
; i
.. "..I..o..k: All L. 4....... 1 have mad a low rate of owe | greenhouse plant. It U of bushy "Did TIll ever ask your husband A M_ Cart. story. "

", TaiarnrC.raraP. E.Arena* B per sail travel fur an, and It b UflhtT Farming.Here and vigorous growth and coheredthe not to let on the races?" Count Markosky a Hungarian,

._-....... ....,*....Prsy II .' tajk; that aa aaaay .. possible wn> 14 what Fred Badger calls a whole season' with a great -mass "One." answered Mrs. TorkilU.1M. 1 has been amazing all other gambler
g- ; :
Lay Ye.M.-1..11--i M ArraBgeetmU hare ben made ,; cane of "light farming:" "A farmer of bloom. It come as yet in but .' it du tOy good r' at Monte Carlo. For a week after

J i.-.4a.... an., Ie .sad sib!..First.d sad sad Pn.nb ikird I roach. from Jaokauavllk in Neosho county, Kan., is running two colon, red and blue, but both "I should say it didn't. That he arrived there be hardly won a

ass _at*..... .. B. the Veterans and their frie.
f' ..PassRatas..."'II_._.. sad A.. them to NauhvllVe. These eoarste* I I for kl }ielded gas, and now he keeps colors. They require a coil on a IIn*-.- that, actually:: ..OD.-" take wa the mavimnm. about

u..s...blse..erv."Seedy r.e-I.a ;wssP: ItDa a bv for their ezeimlv ..., mad six stoves going in his house, lights of half tandy loam and leaf mold I Wnnt<>n ;.t.r.Proptstrc. $?.4 00. After l Ming a fortune he
( ... 1 hall and cellar with of bone left the tn-rtte et tables
leave JarkaoajTlll Sunday alght :i i i exert room, including a sprinkling coarse qnarante

a...P.Ooroy'...- ..Msx.a'_..IW.TtTT.'. ._ 0",*" 12. at l:'"5 p. so, via the Dixie II i| hat gas heaters in his coop andhogpens meaL When received, with the ball Went. and tried roulette, but with the

a.I---.. I Route Bay your tickets that '' a furnace outdoors for of earth attached pet in a pot a size "Thrrc i ..". j"m J4V on that same result. With an imperturbable -

MIAMI BOARD OF I f sad rose to Jaefcaonvlll If post cooking food for his live stock, a gas larger than the ball and keep it "boM 1." he ,...1,11I1.,1.itolJ I ne\ti fare he lot daily many thon-
I shell feed and shifted the fills undo of dollars. The habitues of
See that your tickets read u\ engine to corn grind promptly a* pot thought; of ..aj hue, 'Don't give up
PreWd.at. WuUa M. Brew : and with Cite situation. "* the began to win
!, .: Atlantle Coant Un to ",- I{[ pump water turn grindstones root a nnny the .hip! moms quickly ky
Pint Ttte-PfoeMoDt. T. V. 11r work the with make fine if hacking the opposite number or col-
Georgia Southern A: Florida to[ churn a naligfat reflector They bedding plant Sviii: t'-nt. I.n"l" woulJ! yt
Ma> 1- E.
e. .e*4 Tke-Pi t. .
to light the barnyard, a con- they can have proper soil in jii'i.l' .t him. !lu tn.ii or to that a hH-n bv the fount. Twi """
erretary. K. V. Blaekjuaa.Tiaaauior. Central of Georgia to Atlanta I i > it out in '" ..'"..
B. B. Tarum. the Nashville Chattanooga A: StI I tritance, to illuminate the barn when; ki i..lIIl ..I..I! the coifee! -I..Irpin.I Icoit' djs Ufurv: departure, however ,

r- Board e( Oovn ore- W. M Railway to Nashville (the Bat be opens the door and heaters for An Ccnmieal D_rt.An I .1l."UJ. his luck changed: and it i is reported
T T. 11_ J. K. Un.m_ A. water tanks in the field, so that his economical and easy dessert is on good authority that he made .pall
Route). This Bad to be \
a.. J. B. Relit,. F. W. Haha. we cattle may drink tepid water all the pineapple now. Use a can of grated I Worth the Roh. h.* pret iau> losses end went back
t and moat direct route. The
frewi. Jabs DewoU.BTANDrNO '
winter'if they want to."-Kansas pineapple half a bos of gelatin *\'v i i..l.of tiot do ui that butcher to Hungary with $200,000 to the
of all camps will pfeaae re
LAWB-Ane.. R ; "' promptly as possible the Barnes : City JournaL 1 dissolved in a pint of cold water I shop Mid the first dog. "If tin good. J_

......*. Jaa ae T.; ..,..... Veterans'and' their friends who''! I' two cup of sugar and the juice of butcher catches you joull get Ih.e. Ch.......... .-" _
O. A.BRUMlEaBaJley.. Bank I the w....... "
Worlar. Larwect two lemon After dissolving the wONt of it.
Since 1900 M. Kuthat Sileiian
B. M.: :o. the reunion ao that ample a ,
In London a banking combination gelatin add the juice of the pineapple "Rut if he doesn't catch me III
W.; Rata. F. W.; Reae. C. ...; modatloll& eaa be provided for has been champion of the world, to
J will I, i* now in progress that will put the and place on the tove. While get the want of it," replied the other far u smoking cigars U concerned.
tranaportatlom. pleaae
j HEALTH AND two largestew York bank' far in it i* heating mis the sugar with the "*o here goes."Houston (Tes.) On several occasion he haa

J. aC Jr.; Preut. W. W.; this circular la a tonapkuousj I the background. This i is the combination pineapple, adding the lemon juice. Poet smoked eleven cigan in two hour,

Iroae: F1s.aI R. S.: Kbv. H. I : of the Biggest of the London Pour over this the hot gelatin and it i said smoke
I' no one living ,
alTERS AND 'HARD' *- order at the major-ceweral. W. Cautier.
bank and one that rank thirteenth : stirring well. Stand aside to cooL
._ Edward: C; u cigan in a u he doe! t
Chas H.J pIa many year
eoamaadlng FlorIda the (lave YOU called on the new clergyman's '
..'.; Shaaaihaai M. k on the lisp or the Lloyds: and just before it is cold add Among those who smoke pipes* M. _W
RAILROADS AND ?RP fatted. Confederate Veterans bank, limited, and the Manchester( beaten' white of two eggs. Beat wife yet r' Van Ecke a Belgian, easily holds

Prady. s. L; LefIar. Co D.; further Information relative to and Liverpool 1 District Banking hard for ten minute, mold and seton "No, but I expect to soon. I the first Otben

4 E.: Inrt.: W.. W.. .- rat a, etc' write to K. J. Wai-' company limited. The new com-!;, ice. Whipped cream should be don't want to have to tell her who place. may.consume
in than he
:. '1". more a year does
C ARITIDI : Florida Paaaenger agent of the lined London bank will be the largest served with this my drenvmaker is until after I get
..... J. R.: DeoctM. K. B.; but no one, it is claimed, can get aa
Chattaaooga a: St. LouIs banking institution In the world ) my spring. ewing done. Chicago
w.: X--. Co L I much enjoyment out of a pipeful of
AORICCT-TCR&-B a <-a. .,. Jacksonville Fla. I and will otershado.eves the big! soy Milk Qi.iit........... RecordHerald.Bigg tobacco u be can, for be can smoke

Mora r. .; Tatoav J. K.; Fred L. Robertaoa, I government banks, like the Bank 01'' Sour milk rbread, according steadily for two hour and seven
M i Derm. I. J[. aad Chief of StaO.BXEBINE. England and those of the\ FrelH'h.1 to a Good Housekeeping recipe', i is A Kek c-o.. minute without his
refilling pipe or
PUBLIC BUILDmoa.- *William thinks he will
I (lemian and Russian made a* follow: One cup of butter getthe
H. CP+ J. B.: letting it go out.Rabbits .
Bvda- of father
Jets: Whatler. R. T. i Hankers' M Ionlhly.I DlfiOIlI'-1 and one cup of sugar creamed, one consent. Mary' quite

IfjUCT/rACTCRES-Frlaoon.' cup of molasses, one cup of sour esaily.l'.s In AiMtraJta.An .

Moot T. T.: CMfad J. A.; ovareome ladlfcctlon and dye sa ..... P........ : milk, two teapoonfnla of sod dissolved h.-Yes. 1 heard the old iren- injurious implement for use

W.: RaBty J. a : regulate the bowels and cure That smokeless powder ha* tats in a little hot water, half a tlrt iati sat that he would "foot the in the perpetual' warfare which the

DTJCATIOKAt-Bwrdlae.>> .tlor. Rodmvnd and kidney complaints It Is the dangers as well a* its advantage i U teaspoonful of ..It. two teasooon- 1.111.Princeton Tigr.AdVantaa. Australians are forced to carry ODaiD.t
W, W.: *
Ball. HIle. A. L: ...anw. ... Oi enrlcher aad Invigorator la pointed out by a recent medics l )11 f nl* of ginger, one of powdered cinnamon i seam's .. -.: the swarms of rabbit which

,_: It.... A. JJianORATIOHBlaekaaaa.. It la purely vegetable, per- writer. The gases from it produce two beaten egg' flour to Gn*. plow Broon infest' that country has lately been
n< stutters'An
harmless, and should yon be a cry dillll"f't"lll.le; symptom, among; make the mature a* thick a* ordi- experimented with at Victoria. It
._ F. B.. Tatoa J. HDom. from dlaeaae. you win use It If which are convulsions difficulty of nary cake one cup of raisins dredged I awful! affliction! isn't it ? -oniiM of a cylinder filled with poi-
Jf-- 3 W.tafTERTAINKttNT..ttbed.e.. feeble heart with flour and added the last I Grj>-0i! 1 don't know. H. MI.
wl..e. breathing, pulse and *"nou. liquid, with a foot plate at- ...Jr
H. C.I O.etkdde. C. H.; N. Andrews editor and manager action headache or even lots of thing before baking. monojtolize the nveration .wish I ached to it, which i il placed in any 1
Pyd.o. out ""-.i::;? to na Brat d..tl.R.Mtnn .-
V B: ...... Joha. and Rorkledre News Cocoa nontciouenc's. These are due chiefly 1 huklv infected spot. As soon a* arabbit
\DVBRT1 INO-T.t.m. B. B; writes: "I have aMId your Her to the nitrous product of com-I T* Restore ; Transcript. pre+es the plate it opens a

M.. F. B-: Bytagt at.. E.F.T.; my family and find It a mo t bustion* whirl, while they are To restore the color of ca,hmerel I TN Good t. .. Thu.. vive! which sprinkle the animal

T': T1.: Hah.rbatoS.ot sMcaMr*. .. medlcla It effects apif so objectionable in the open air. that hal been' splashed with mud I T1i .....hl)' nar ut aa his 11\....... rrth ...m.. of the poison. The rab-
f The tan Hat follow have been a marked ..... t. may become dangerous in a confined 1 sponge t'he discolored parts with Ad beard the war ..... ,..... :'nt then lick: the poison off its far,

rnMtr W.tm an.are M Jaekaoo. J. It ...bNttstJ.IdI.lie 'pace. loch a* the turret of ', water with small piece of soda diohed *- | T_ tbavauul UM. ta. Jap mm..-f..o d.d"*>t tnttf.Aa4 .- ind the' farmer is relieved of one Amore

Browt.a aao. W. 1C Eo t. A. J. by Red Crow Phamacr. )wttleship.-Siuceas I i in i it I CS&I'1'..-. u..14. of his pest J pa \

..._........, _.___..A. ...-... ..,_.. .._ ,,'o.;...... < ;.........L ....}.. .. .,.__.......,.. ...,,\ ...... .u.:1 .... "" .....Jti4: C .... -....... ---..-- -0500- -. -....'-......... ........ -...... _L. + __

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I Odd Plata In Whidi B.r*. Lay Th.f | The meeting was called to order by

professions aao Egg I Chairman Filer .In the city hall..M.aal. ;

Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May, sad win b* tiwerted la th* I The only place w 1 here; bird won't I Fla. at p. m, April 11. 1904. ..J
: Daily weekly Metropolis for lea dollars
or la either edition for aye dollars ]lay 6;:;:* i_ in the .arVr. They lny; Th* following member were present _

10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County. ('..,dIda_ for Comtj ConunlMioo I them in trite, on the ground, on the In person or by proxy: Maura. Johns! ;;

j and _bare of the school board will b* sides of ch'Jf, in butte dug in the Jones Potter. 14 man King. BuU. "J

Pat'szsoa dz -Ez -ri--..3- charged one-half these smounU.No !I sand on top of bum be* of twaving Filer. Burteshaw. and Kirkman.

A meeting of the County Democratic law; and ball at ones forward the announcement Inserted until paM i, praAfcc in chimneys and amid ice I Cpo. motion Mr. Bull was elected

ATTORNEYS AT LAW Eiecuti\e Committee for Dade coantj returns to the Cbalraao: cf the Ccurty I for. and snow, and tome of them like I acting secretary.

win prarUee 1. all esart.. ltate gad .Mr&l Florida, was held at Miami. Florida Executive Committee.i I the mergan*e'rs and diiers, get pretty I Th* minute of the last meeting were 'II

ap.Ci& IKUltI..,....._1I..a&ll. pals t DC on iris 11th day of April A. D. 1>>&. i I assessment to be p*'d by the FOK OOCJOT TREA UXKR. | near to laying tg '"* in the water. I read and approved. ::1

lss. TttlM.pa vario.It candidate shall be aa follow: 1 for they lay them on little floating 1
ozJT. Miami. Fla. pursuant to adjournment. To the Democratic Voters of Dade OB : Th* call for primary ass anieuitelaa .
The following amended call for a Representative ....... ........ $15 00 I ty. Florida: islets of driftwood and floating stuff) follow:

D T. 3IAOOS. M. D.. f' primary election was adopted, to-wit: Senator . ..... ...... .... IS 00 I hereby .....__ s>:y>slf a esmlMst in ,,'amps.I' See official call on third page.

Notice la hereby given that there ( Sheriff ..... .. .......... .... 3500 fur r.- l ctlon to tb* omc* of Trossurer Wild ducks lay their eggs imonj; I A motion waa mad by Mr. Klrkmaato +
pates wltt td Crow Pk.rase7a..ides ,1 Dad County Florida subject to the I'
1 tk fire* sill be a Democratic Primary Election Clerk of the Circuit Court...... SO 00 the reeds in ground so low and damp nominate county commlsalocen: "
e Dvowcrattovoters
will of a majority of the
Core C held in the several election district Tax Assessor .................. 2000 as will b. zproand In the Denvrstle that floods often destroy thousand and members of the school hosed by.listrlcte.

1LL4 ML FLORIDA. of Dade county Florida, on May '!'Tax Collector ................. ZS 00 I .. primary May >>. ISM. of them. Gulls lay egg: on rock Sam was defeated by a

[th. ivot and if necessary on Jon County Treasurer ............. 20 00 C. H. RACT. KnON.lw and and without attempting to rote of ( to L
J. M. J-ACI80S, JL, I Miami Fla. cover them. The o-trich and other
JJB. :th 19<4. for the nomination of all County Judge ..........'....... 15 00 : A communication from a meeting of -.
desert birds make shallow
dwelling a
... ornct: Democratic candidate. State and county County Attorney .............. 10 00 sand. candidate held In Miami May 19 1: 'H. .i
burrow in the hot Tht
HOTEL BISCAYSE: BLOCItA\'I: D. to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction I A. E. HETIEX.Candidate for northern divers and penguins sit on I.... read and discussed by various candidates |

FLORIDA.'I elector at the General Election to beheld ...... ........... 6 00 dw County Judge. their tff* almost on top of snowdrifts I before the committee. Finally ,i
atlAML November 8th 19114, and to be appointed I following Inspector, clerk, and
County Commissioner ......... S 00 I or ire fields. I Ith. _.

: by the Democratic Governor Supervisor of Registration.... I SO FOR SHERIFF.To Many of the song sparrows lay polling places were decided upon forth
W. B. RUSH, of the State between the date of boldIng following precincts.
QR- Members of County School B'rd. 1 00 their eggs in nests that hang precariously

SSi-litli street, Tbone .4.R such primary election and the hold. I' Justice of the Peace......... 1 00 the Democratic voter of Dad COVB- to the tery tops of slender No. 1-II.pectore, Ceo. McPherson,

Ofie.. .*. at'e. 10th fctreet and Avenue'tVn.oD.7MR tug of the primary election A D. 190C. :( Constable ...... ............... 1 00 I' Ty. Florida: gras ". The English sparrow will 'Ernest Stypman. J. M. Ennla; afar[.

FLA. and of a Democratic candidate for County Fish and Gems Warden 1 00 I borebr announce myself a Candida utilize anything. There is a record H. W. Hesfcey; polling place, store of

3lIAMi. I United States Senator to be voted for All candidate are required to file a I for l1acle ralortion County to Florida the erne subject* of Bhorla to the ot of a sparrow having laid eggs in a I Miss Walter Kltchlng.

by the Democratic members of the LegIslature nook just under the top of a wagon So.II.pectorl, E. Edwards, J. B.
written appliuKlon to have his name' will of the majority of the Democratic
f. W. BACKTJS. = of the State o Florida, at its appear upon- the official ballot on rotor* aa will be espnosed In the Donirratie *- and thereafter, as the wagon was : lalar. Henry Brooker; clerk. E. C. Muter -

> *V.>fc **; -" cession in A. D. 1905. ( primary' t* b* Bold May la 1IM. driven around on bu.ineiltbe impudent ; polling place school h. use.
Made blanks furnished by the Committee.
DeuiH .
runs >SpeciflcaUons! sad Fine 1! The following officers are to be nominated dw JOHN FROHOCK. bird sat in it calmly and No. 3.-la.pectore. H. L. HlUIer lr J
8ulldiaCi of A-l: KInd.. I accompanied with the fee* above set ,
for specialty.OrncE at said primary election to-wit: hatched out its young. W. Bur.'etardt. N. H. Butch; el-k. J
ReeideBcr a forth, with S. L. Patterson, Secretaryof
1315. ATENCE I>. 1 United State Senator. the County Democratic Executive 1 take this ..*tnod to mfona the sot The owl mill lay its eggs even W. Comstock; polling place, cla
h i 1 Representative to Congress Second en of Dad Ceuaty that I wll be a can I while the mow i is coming doan house.
Committee on or before the 21st day I dldat tor roatoctlon to the office of Clorkof
I DUtricL sometime, and owls have No. Inspectors. w. H C.
Congressional young Cox A.
of April A. D. 1904. the Circuit Court subject to tile action
D R. A. E. C1W'IB 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the This April llth. of tile Democratic primaries. Kay 11promising. been found with snow all heaped MaIl Jess Dangbtry; clerk Cuflea

: full term of six yes rc. 1904.W.. A. Flier If slotted. U perform the dw- I around the entrance to their home. Pence; polling place school houa
DENTIST. i S Justice of the Supreme Court. Chalnaaa.CeoI'l' ... -of the omen in the futures a* In UK Many varieties of birds are so No. 5- Inspector. J. E. Chamber, r
et'fDft" Attest: past to the bast of my ability. I wfllbe careless about their that
a big
- u"I. = : 1 Governor. eggs / L B. Taylor T. M. McRae; clerk H.
=:D a.d1- P. Bull i grateful to those who will favor nw of them u ]bet each
| 1 Secretary of State tem. with tan r votes P. Hodges; polling place school boas
yI.OIRDA. Secretary pro
I of the insecure
out -
KIAKL. through rolling
. i 1 1 Attorney-General. QUALIFICATION OF* VOTERS.Secord I dw E. C. DEARBORN.I year Other birds No. C-Inspector*. Z. Cnvender. Jno.Cmstead. .
n'PI. are just
R. F. Saxon; clerk W. B. ;
1 Comptroller. Primary-Tuesday, Jun 7 i
?I the and will fight snakes,
Seekers hereby announce myself a* a eaafats Caaaela; polling place Harde store.
Home 1 Treasurer. 1904. for the office of dork *f the Circuit beast and man to the bitter end to

Attention. I I 1 Superintendent of. Public Instruc General Election-Tueiday November eourt, subject to the action of the prevent injury. No. Inspectors.. R. A. Bryan W.
U Brackwell. D. O'Neal
clerk. Frankatrasahan
interest tion. Democratic party. Primary: election MapS ; ;t
find tt to 8. 1904.
will your
You I list ; polling place, Stranahaa'.
r to call on me before investing. 1 Commissioner Agriculture. Th registration books will not be d J. & FREDERICK.FOR His First Suspenders. newhalL .
Famished housea and room to 1 Kallroad Commissioner. reopened for the second primary else George i. four years old and has .; -t
real estate. No. Inipactora.. H. Padgett. J. r. .
rent. Real bargain 1 Adjutant-General. just arrived at the dignity of bu
Insurance, tan. Newlaa J. W. Ive; clerk R. Cothroa; .ij
ctywHl country attented to. I 1 State Chemist POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. I hereby announce myself a candidate I first knickerbockers-with suspenders polling place. school houa

coUection have a special*. etc.licence anthemingme 1 Judge of the Circuit Coart. Seventh I Payment of poll tale for 1902 and for the once of tax collector of jut ]like papwears.. They were No. 9-Inspector*, J. S. Pardn I..W. "
legal trans Judicial Circuit Dad to the action ofth the pride of his heart, and at nighthe f'!:
to prepare all kinds i 11903 la a prerequisite to voting at aU County, subject Cromarti J. S. Peters; clerk J. E.Pendleton .
estate Low fern 1 State Attorney Sever tli Judicial coming Democratic primary .ould take them off his trousers
fen 01 real election this year.
I ; polling place school_
atteation. Qrcmlt I I iw T. N. GAUTIER. and p them tight in his arm .
CARROLL, No. 10-Inspector*. L. A. Oabora. J. j
C. C. 1 Prosecuting Attorney. I when he vent to bed. Hi mother
\otary Public. I The following conditions exempt found them there the other night. M. Bardl... Frank Jandon: clerk M. E.Kellnm .
E. Thirteenth Senatorial .
1 State Senator FOK TAX ASSESSOR.I
ATE.1>. JtEA&*ECO.D *fGraJmate I I person from the payment of capltaI and a* they seemed to be making ; polling place, city hall
I .
District. I Uon or poll taxes: hereby.announce myself aa a the little chap uncomfortable she No. 11-Inspector*, Jackson Pea- rf
1 Member of the of Representative i Flnt-Any on who ha lost n limb CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of I cock John McKlnal J. W.
t :R liable I took them away and laid them on a'' Galloway; .i
} OettcUa. *. In battle.SecondAny. Dad County, subject to the action of chair by his b .
1 County Judge. I'I'I tile Democratic primary.d i ( he bad Old Hardee bouna*.
one who was 55 year The next morning a long
i' w. C. MAYNARD. I 1 Sheriff. I of age on or before December 31. 1901. C. L. XIMANIES. !! interview with hi- mother. I No. IJ-I..pt'f'tor't W A. ('eww.*... J .+.

A**.B,!U.t t*PomVOmea.iin 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Third-Any one becoming of age (SI "Pidn't you tell nW. mamma," he Ceo. SUnehoiuer. W. J. Doughen. ,. ,

t i ionltl Fttfed: 1 County Assessor of Tax*. yams old) on or after January L 1903. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. I said 'that angels watched everything clerk. Ceo. W. Moodie; polling ulare. .

Ittcko, pats, JcieUrj. J to I 1 Tax Collector. Fourth-Any one who bad become al I hereby announce myself aa -- candidate I did r Brow A. Hoodie's warehouse. t_ ,.

I 1 County Superintendent of Public Injunction resident of this State and county JB for till omen of Prosecuting Attorney fc\e, tieorgie.; No. Inspectors., Henry Gosmaa, \..

or after January L 1903.If for Dnd county, subject to the ",\rt" they watching me when I Ernest Mall Will Anderson; clerk C. E '

GEO. L. MCDONALD 1 Surveyor. .approaching Democratic primary lection. sleep r'Yee W. Hill; polling place, school house. i;

1 County Treasurer. I I properly registered any of the I IL r. A TKISSO my son; they watch over .No. 14-Inspector*. J. W. Saxon, W.E. .
ciffl Cifiottf above can vote at all election. State .. .. whatever are do- i, .
.,. t County Commissioner Miami Fla. I rou..al. you Blanton. W. H. Sistrunk; clerk. J. m
,,: (....... sad ..WI"'''. na*"* ** .It t Member of the County Board of I and county, held this year without w- C. Holly; polling place, school hou*. V':

f- COCOAXCT OBOVK. FLA. Public Ustraetion. : paying any poll or capitation tax. I II EXPOSURE. ".It) they come right in my room It was moved and carried that name -*.

" 1.Justice of the Peace IB aad for District I PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. '! at niglit'c""Yc.i : of candidate for members of tile county -

" NOB. 1. J. S. 4.5. t, 7. 3.1. Person under the following conditions I To cold draughts of air to keen and *. dear the "good angels] are executive committee be placed on

; J. A. DANN. 10. 1L 11 and 1J. I will be liable for one poll tax 'rutting wind, sudden change; of even. where!" always. the regular' ballot. wIt
t.1II-1 "Then said Georgia meditatively I
..i ad 1Ya gasser.41a.atart. I Constable IB and for Districts No*. only for 1902 or 1903. aa tile cue maybe :"eralure scanty clothing, undue was also moved and carried thatcandidate
lid W it-I "I bet tht' been monkeyingwith
." e
.... T IF' J L X *. C. $. I. T. .. t. 10, 11. U : !maure of the throat and neck after ." for game warden be placed

- .. ../.list.theselaM and 11. Any one who became 65 year old I public speaking and singing brine on my penJt'-" on the regular ballot and the candidates -

r- -..... IM1Lnn. S Presidential Elector luring 1902 will be required to pay $1 '!' ough sod colds. Ballard'. Hore- I for said office be assessed $1 ""0Mr .
...... I An Chinaman.A .
I bound Syrup I* the best cure. I Orange John., of Precinct No. f
4 Delegate* at Large to National Con for account of poll tax for that year.il: lifelike Chinaman be made 1 handed *,
Mr A. Barr. Houatoo. Texan, writes can IB his resignation '
as a member of the
vention. Aay one who may become of age (n from and one : fj
[an. 31. lto*: One bottle of tlallard's to orange, one large committee and the same was accepted '
I'OIEI5J1mEYAD( 5 District Delegate years old) at any Urn during uoa"w01 ; small. Cut into the jacket of the
1 lorehound Syrup cured me of a very A uotlon was made and carried
... MIMI ......... P..a-.l. II Member at Large of State be required to pay (1 for poll tax little orange, carefully removing' : that
II I t-I I Mil rough It Is very pleasant to Inipector and clerks be paid $2 64 per "i\
I tea for the year 1901. I'I'Lake. part ..f the peel I co a* to form the
d Ke. :iI\r. 100. Sold by Red Jay
1 County Member of State Commute Any one becoming a resident of this ees .. ,,",h. shown in the pictnre. -
GOING I Cross Pharmacy. The next meeting of the commutewaa
ARE YOU 1 Member! National Commltte I State and county during 1902 will b* Make u... out unall the nose I called for .
Supervisor I I flat and broad and the mouth April 21. 1J04 i
1 of Registration. large.
liable for the tax for 1901
North or West ? poll .f you are going to St. Louis take a I Then cut of the side and There being no further business emotion
and Gam Warden. I II fI.roul
hotel with yon in the shape of a well- turn them outvard. Thee the was made and carried to ad-
THE t Member of Dad County Democratic All mal inhabitants who ar* 21 f I filled lunch basket and avoid the skin- I journ.

ioaiSYille 4 Naslmlle Executive Comnltte ta and for year cf ace and were under 15 yean !alaI reported to be la practice tner* ear Now, hich von get should a chance be very to eat large.part CEO P. BULL.

PradBCU Nvi 1 2. S. 4. (. 1. T. t, of age December SL UOL I iby, hotel sharks. I of the large orange as you are to Secretary Pro Tea

. Railroad 1, 10. 11. 12. Ix. and 14. Any one becoming a resident of thl I I I

O!..' 15. Belled paMe..r eralee. Th rule governing ...d primary State sad county prior to January 1. MADE YOl'NO AGAIN _,_ a.c. '. QUICK ARREST.

Modem truing 0.111' r-n..11 election shall be the same aa those I 1902. .U1 lie required to pay poll tax I w- -

deeper. .,-.o-.aU eoaehea, free M.eliai. adopted by the Democrat)* Executive I' for iXtt and<< 190J "On of 1>T. Kia,'* New Ufe PllU I l J. A. Culledge. Verbena.. Ala. was

.[ chair ears sad Mg ear Committee,, at their meeting held In If they become ft resident! after Jan- each Bight for to week ha put m* lIj It. Ice In the hospital from a severe
BOrtberB and southern eitie*. 22d. 1904. for *case of'pile* causing. J4 tnmors Aft'doctor
Mhreel Jacksonville, oa January
L 1902. and Wore January L. Turner
nary I In my Hena' again. write D. H. '
Tb bet dining ear service I. the governing State primaries, so far aa 1903. they yfll be required pay poll of Dempseytowa. Pa. They're the I '!f and all remedies failed. Buck- 1"|

Month.Jta the same will be applicable to the len'a Arnka Salve quickly arrested
KekaU Tit tax for 1903 only., best la the world tor Liver Stomach
.,.aulel1 Though county primary. Those and only those I further Inflammation and cured him. .1
Any one reaching their majority (21 and Bowel Purely vegetable. Never
shall be permitted to become It conquer and kills pain !5r.. at aOdrugzlsta.
& perron stores.
; L.. years) oa or after January 1. 1942. win gripe. Only 2Se. at all drug ,
, candidate before, or rot at or participate I .
sleeping ear lie subject to payment of poll tax for
7 fcrra aetdBleaaBd la thmanagemnt oll&14 priaiary __ I
** apply I* 1903.la. I
I'e" election who declare their adherence glazier cannot succeed at his
... J.M.Fleming, sad an ease of exemption of a TOUT T* a. Well Spokes Of. ,I I work unless he take pane.
organltUtoa -
the principle
;. ....... to from payment of poll tars. S* must Uncle George' -If yon would ban ; I
5'id My 11151.. of the Democratic party Na- ; 4.',
.1 ((1 J'1ed4a. .... '&- ear* of the supervisor of registrationa !1 men speak well of you after you ar j t:: It Isn't so cheeky to rone as haao>
tioral. Stat cad county' ar by i
certificate netting forth the fact that dead, cultivate a sunny disposition some if you have the face to do 1C
of the State lawful lector
the law with
and be kind and sympathetic j
.f the election district la which they Rda voter exempt. If tae osrUBcate
I.EnJlOl YAlmTAR.Ie. all I Peanut that turn one poorly ar
f offer to vote. who have paid their poll exempts -tile voter from payment of! ,
Tom-Ye*, and if you would have what you might call a bum shell.
.. .
.. .
......... -. taxes legally due not lena than ten poll taxes for ,both years (uoa and : men speak well of you while you are .I

day Wore said primary election. and 1103). If properly n atend. h* can !, alive be rich and prol roU.-Boa- : I* It any sign that the engineer u

do'irEANSEXPERIENCE who shall when challenged by aa elector then rot upon peeling to the Inspector -,I ton Transcript. <4La happy W.us*. he ..hlatl..t bra

pledge la writing apoa oath be- such eerUflcar- of exemption. work!

:fttr any Inspector, to abide by and If the voter k. aub>ott to only one <

rapport the resin: of neb primary, and poll tax either for 1903 or 1M3. the A woman'. Idea U that her hilvnid

npport tile nomine<< thereof. game ml win apply aa to securing FOR i fht to pay th i>b(* she runs tin
... .
Th polls shall be opened and closeltt a eertlflcaU of xwmptioa for the two I Into even If be hat to Imrrr.w [Ewertodolt
UNITED STATES SENATOR [clean all the fruit from one half! .
T tCopream the several election districts, at the
DrsMa yara.PAYMENT and turn the peel neatly all I
lour fixed by tile general election law. OF POLL TAXES.In up
Leaiea..s4s.e..e.aA..e VOTE FOR around. This. makes the. hat ..;h GROWING ACHES AND PAINS.Mrs. .
4..w.etr.15. .a.a..aeb..r.e.a. : the: followiag named person are here order to b* ,...mIed to rote at tile its brim. Stand the other half on,i -

...- --.- (-. 'if appointed Inspector sad Clerk for primary election oa May lOtk or Jan Jooie Sumner Bno IQDd. Texas
;:::- 1t..arr.ei-: JAMES TAUAFERRO its ,fla. side, its carved top forming;
.: _.. awS ._ ...: N'mega. h* severe election!: district: 7. 1904. poll taxes for 1903 sad 103 'I !, the Chinaman's chest and shoulder writes April IS, 1 OJ.1 have seed

--..aes-rWSck See report of eommttte meeting or mast b* paid oa or befor f clock P. WHOM A IS COMMONLY PRO.MOUNCED You can further dresa him t" Ballard'a Snow Liniment la my familyfor

it 1lf1e JimNke4La I :Jrstpag'*,) M. Friday. April D, DOt
bar..str.t.rw..4 ee.awr r fore the flnt primary election). brim. which will do for a yellin. It IB the bnue I have wed it oa
04 &. .- e Th voting shan b* by ballot or
-'- .--.L.- J SfKULCO scarf. Isis eyebrows are formed b my Httto girl for growing pain and 1

!j 'tiE' COQ y N'; Icketa furnished by the Kate aa<< n would b* wen enough prohibit two sharp cuts over the eyes, .an' i;aches IB her knee it cared her right "

... a,,,,-- oCT 4 'ouaty Bxecatlv Committee; and *' tile marriage of divorced: person but :: he i" completed by a pigtail mad. away I have also used It for front '

I 'b* close of nack election tb* laapoc It would be atm better is prevent'" tae IITOLlYfR.II i of a strand of twine, which can bI I'bitten feet' with good mere**. It to '

NJt.'IIJIEYQQI'' ion and Clerk haH proceed to caavaaa marriage of peons who ought to ..edlyace&Wukagtea JI!I.. fastened to the back; of the China I 1 tile bent Itnlmeejt I ever used." ZIt:, SOe.

1 the rob ta aecordiacn with ta* Stat Post man's bead. "1 |l.Aft. Sold by Red (loss Pharmacyr .
.... ma.,' a.I ...... s, .


., ..... *.. .-- .......-........... .;: _..- _....d.>j,, L ...,.. sa.,. _________._ .jlf.._.. "" ..... .. ,- -",- -, .
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I BROWARO AND DAVIS. THE NEWSPAPER.: committee spent some time at the yard
with the Secretary and his party' after

BUHt I METROPOLIS. Tb. Ja-'kaonrllle-Metropolis Says the I '| am stirred to admiration often which the members returned to the I DO NOT AIL TO SECWHALER'S

Darts Koirrs Lacked OrKaaiaatioe. when I look at the work that goes 'Ith y. The Dolphin will leave Press

r.bU..d.'aaj-..cept s..a- .- The election returns Indicate that Into our newspapers with knowledge/ cols at S o'clock this morning for Mobile JEWELRY STORE

; Bran*ard leads CuogmsBan Davis for that It to only for one dl-1. When I spending a few hours there after

a.IlL L f. M1UC KDUMTVC t| "*", t Governor by about 300 Totrs. Mr. Nook at the real genius that goes Into which they will proceed. to New Orleans

Bn>.ard bas made a remarkable rat the editorial columns, much of It a* and later .k.MlrrP..DII&. &- j 3'.12d1 strttet.MoREE .
..i. LitpalHt ......... .
-- -- ---- 1 due tu .....H"DI causes a hick were pub- keen and of a class as hlgn as the Jon cola Journal.
...... the rssuEss st KIaa1P\erlda. kma bundle
I. MMMad... llchrd In Tbe Metropolis last Satin Ins letters I am ed. A
J-..-BMSI luts.m ..-..... eeMlsseeIM .-. i day at "letters equal toj$ the Junlus letter* Items to be Clipped From Paper On* .. . .. .. . ..... . ... . ... . ..
Is to be another baa' Is horn every day| our newspaper
There e royaibetween
sulnlSB* *f tbe Catted BtsMS at I
.wta.ra mows' rala.I.r Ibeiie Kentlemen. and It willbe offices end goes toj I the dust his every Year in the Future. : BR.O'S.! ,

--sJ..4Isgsseee.isseat.--,..u_ a fleece one. C M. Blown toe t'W-, night A mauled press Is the one i

... ........ bus UMM raws. I didMe who ran third In the contest, large Insolence that America will not (From the Florida Sun.) KINDER LOU. GA..
Davis has appointed airesteemed
Gee Year by 311.15.00 | securing t.tUI rotes, has aa......Dt"f'a tolerate. No gag was ever msnuf>
fellow townsman. N. b.
SH: Month........ .... ...... 1 y 0Ttree for Brovard. and Browa will endearor lured that would fit American lips. I'

Months. . ... .. ..... L2S to throw his strength to tae Durst Dr. ".bb411"".. Broward. Notary Public for Stat at I .MakeKinder

Oft* Week, br Carrier . ....... JOTil county candidate but no man can control Large. Lou Grates.
such rote.Bob
a Hon. Frank Clark our cote reprvaeotatlve
Iltffll Printing Conpuj.Atvertlslaf Elliott F. Danforth. the well known
Darts would rather be defeateda
in the lower house of Congress Chase & Harne Miami
rate mad knows on thousand times for Governor thawla New York politician quotes Judge ) .
I has endorsed J. M. Barn' application
&pp1lc&UoLTELEPHONJ.I1. In a mud"llnglng contest He Parker aa saying la a recent Interview I for the post of mlalster to Stab. Sclt uKlndar= 3

: l. wants nothing but a manly fight and in referral to the South and the rue

0FFICE: MCTEOPOU8 BUILDING on his. OWB merits and not the demerits r.i-estlot; : J. N. C. Stockton formerly of Jacksonville Lou Orates

4JJ Bad 4M Twelfth Street. of his opponent he eipecca to wla. -Elliott, they are a gre.it people. bat BOW of Levy county, paid' all over Dade County.

Opposite Coax House Napoleon B. Bro......'. race has been they are the countrymen of Washiai- atf visit to our city last week. He reports *...*.**.. *.**** . > .. .**. *. *. .....

COKPAXATITt ISU1ICU.r a remarkable one. Those who hare toll and Jefferson sad Madison. an. trains running as usual ta nis

studied the sltaatloa and who how Jackson and .-. Their courage sad county, and denied the rumor that he . . . . . > . . . . . . . .
(TLap.Ml., :: the force behind It attribute his pb..omeaal their constancy hare never faI..... was shipping phosphate IB airships.
...IrK I
h xi..I ran not so much to his personality They have changed velvet for humi Mr. Stockton to looking well but still i Epicurean Restaurant

Knee I record or statesmanship bat spun and endured the pinch of honors has that tired feeli... Re wont eve

I aa r_..._.... 11\lit I .MIHsnw -"..- to the management of his campaign Ue poverty', and are Just BOW beginning run for a street car these day

__..--.t. -ad .'".. set.." which was altogether la the hands of to reap the reward of their great J0S-/AA St.

'_' ant IIIz William J. Bryan a gHted. bran sacrifices. William 8. Jennings, who as some

=..bvti...:J PseNI.-1," wfasr.nsVI young lawyer. of Jacksonville. YoungBryaa "1 have Implicit faith la the abilityto of us may remember. was bitten by th* Continuous Service from 6 o'clock m.. until 10 p. meeeesss '

[ w asN-jGp. se.Ma was tireless. la his_efforts forBroward. solve rightly and righteously the primary microbe\ about year ago. ha .t. . .......... . > x.sessss.eseseet.-

_____. '-1" N Bro..ant.14 not hare toads difficult problems with which they are entered vaudeville. HID monologue
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( ........... ... .. __ i enough even to secure postage stamps confronted and I believe it >s ue cut} i entitled The People Ar Easy Till K. J. PECK B. X. BAILS .k"

for his llteratare bat W. J. Bryaarawed of their eouBtrymea at the North to Somebody Puts Them Next" ,brings 0

MAY'ls.J 1904. wherewithaL He handles permit them to solve those problem. tears to the eye of maay. pee Bailey :

the situation admirably, wane Dart unmolested by Irritating political Interfereae s.itd.ese ais h.teal., .
nail.. 1 A. 8. M.... who expected to take up
Wllklasoa Call show BOW YACHTS.
had BO beadqoaiten aa BO manage from tile outside. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS

that be. ..'.1.1 wait b, need to be Im neaL Deris' jTrtends' were entirely That has th* right ring to It Ther his residence la Washington. D. c.. Overhanlia; add Hepairiny. Marine Railway.
asTads W the of Florida has decided to remain with .. permanently. '-
the people overconfident. toad
of that
too It* seed of more feeling TOllAvcsccD. MlAn rLA
H. has not attended the
The friends of the Congressman la the North, and It Is gratifying Ia
flu East Coast mow holds the 8t&1eI session of the legulatare.Othello .
present -- -
; however, BOW Intend to take rare ofhis I know that no eminent a jurist and so I -- -

tarpoa record. That two aaadiwd and Interests. Mr. Davis Is not ableto .' able a seas a* Judge Parser reeoanlses one was affected with the . .' . wwww '
twoatv-tour Bonader landed Iky Charlie that holds the genial -
complaint BOW
. make the campaign that Broward the light and capability of theo.th

I Thet tap.. takes-.the prise did. bat his friends .all over Florida to sotv Its owa prob1en... senator la Its enervating grasp 6te tai
,t a Carlos
srlll look after their respective of Judge Parker ]
There .. a healthy. Parker boom I. sympathetic, view. J. M. Bam has. Just returned from
ties making a clean fight for a clean brats and heart.H .
S" ,. Ark..... The attentions are thatconveattoa doe* credit to his Tallahassee, where he has been at
maa. realizing the danger of mudsllnglng Th South If let alone. Formerly stie palm ]J4o 1.
. tbte will declare for I. I* right tending the session of the legislature.H ?

:r Idese T'arri favorite-BOB for PrealdeaLFriday. and only desiring the trtnmpnof will solve th* problem rightly -sadfgU.oosly. cam horn for a brief rant from Comer Avenue B aid llth Street. -
whose record la Congress lathe
a man to liked
Th negro
-- rt hts arduous labors la behalf of the MU -
I May 111. le the Cuban tad.. merits promotion.KEEP South, aid his defers are Know. repealing the primary taw. which .. Gus. A. Muller. Proprietor

P:, Hadeae Day. the BaBlveraary of the and extenuated as nowhere else. To BOW pending la the ...... Htoameadmeat "

formaT est Mlsha>ent or the tats A GOOD.MAN, IN. meddle la Ignorance with eodateglcal making It a mladsraeaoor Open all the yearat I
thaa folly and the
republic. conditions to more to utter the word "primary' was-

I I Reviewing the primary elecUoa Just North should "trust the Suth. adopted yesterday. H. any that he $2.50 per day and up. Special per week and to Commercial -

: The Board of Bond Trustees of tact. held, one fact stands ont IB special 1I 1---- will return Sunday night and driv men. La rye Sample Room +
eoerille should BOW par a rule ..L.K I The ringing editorial la the Atlanta P. O. Bor68 .
prominence--the endorsement of Con Ae the last nail la tile coffia of th* Iniquitous MIAMI. FLA. 1
rac Ban city attorney for life. hi : News of Thursday under eaptioaHearst's
. abaft the eat once he seems to havea gressmaa Sparkmaa for another term.Hto '- Great Triumph tn f'1oI1cIa'II& primary system which has bankrupted . . . . . . .
; majority seems to be larger than no assay promising. politiciansaad .
grip oa.Politicians. be takes as a sample of the other
was expected by those of Ms mean ) budding sty amea '2 r ickei *.

who were not IB touch wm the actualmanagement great xlalms that paper to matttefor well as la >op The hr .-* It laAastralia Hotel -'*-
are queer creature Theyprotest ___. When the readen Biscayne
of the _pal... Not Its only they call it -booms.ang"
talks too
whem a caadldate of the Atlanta News come to learn
having been enrolled among his eathustastle .there. Mr. Barn to nosreadlag -
- math sad BOW they are protesti.e .. other sources that Hearst's (rent Opea from November
r with equal vigor because !edge Parker supporters, the Herald will trtpla.la Florida was a fiat failure "Frankenstein. lat to May. 1st. GRAHAM._ 1 ProprietorC
sot Indulge I. nay unbecoming laudation --
win ao talk at alt to think of 110...n.are .,-
r of tile nutttssful candidate. Bui they stop C. M. Brown, soldier. and atateemahopes .
ii i e i deceived by false Halms, by
f Russia to aldlac the Japanese and It feels that It mar congratulate him. being : hirelings of the ... whto to be Governor yet He has Just

MTiaf them treat expense by destroying upon the manifest confidence felt In unscrupulous for the Democratic written a letter to Governor Davis reminding MIAMI FLORIDA

Dalay aid other places. They him by the people of his district That kidding high Pensacola NewsSecretary him ot the clans* I. the Stateoostltatiou *

It... eves saved the Jape the trouble confidence was saowa at the close ota nomination.- which prohibits a Governor OOCOOO( ) ( CI CI CI COII( CI 00 CI CI CIOC CI CI-COOO-OO CI CI CI 00

et sinking a crulser'by kBorklaf her warm contest when every resoarr" --- succeeding himself.N. .

of hi. adversaries had been n........ -
tb piece* them erhree. of the Navy Mooey, a> Bush & Safford Piano Call

IJ Mr. gparkmaa conducted his campaign computed by. Senators Hale Bacon. B. Broward. the gifted author.

The ralay sea SOB la expected to IB a e..... dignified. and wholesome sad ....rme. and RepresentativesHemenway. has Just received from his publishers Um rpera..d l.OOxoi. .

cause a suspension hostilities la the manner. H. relied upon his record Never and Dat..... ape.yesterday a check: for lU.ono advance paymentna Se. prs aatatlvu

Far .:. If... put to aa Indication as a public servant, claiming U and last night la PJeasarola the 80th thousand edition of his. (
Steinway Son's. New York.
hU Upon this "Two runs of tb* .
of the future It win take aomethtaa have don his duty Although the gentlemen declined to stash book entitled

more than rala to keep the Jape off |I publicly and privately a. dependea accept the Invitation ot tile committee Three Friends. or How Won Fame ?:sts.Jsoa Ttsvao Cs. Soatsxx.

A9 foemea. for his. re-election: and It seems that taut the Governorship. Thtoadltto
the backs of their husky I in the city they nevertheless and
I III I the day
he reckoned" wisely. It.. to his crud to spend will conurla !M pictures of th.* Other Hick Grade Pianos and Piano Players
I Joha Stockton admltte before th* I Iprimary I I lit that daring the entire campaign hiaster of the navy made yard a and thorough they recognised" Author. all exactly the same site fi Pianos from $225 up] Cash or easy payments. Tunic -

that If be lout out ..e wont r* j( stooped to a dodge or trick o. the true Importance of the place. The --- nia-j: and R pa'ringA few bargains; in slightly

: be a ruined auk flnanclally. This. be- stratagem but wan entirely open aad Joba N. C. Stockton has announced used
Dolphin bearing the dlstngnlsned pariy. pianos.:: Open eveninjjs.
c 1 lag the ease we might atari la BOW above board. la early yesterday a sew set of figure for the expenses of
1 I arrved port
learning to forget him for poor nteiido There was much la tae claim of ha morning from Havana. Baortly arurube + what he styles the overtaralag of the I OOooooJo.oooClIQO,

not lire long la memory. J' friends that long service la Congress dropped anchor the saluting gun* peoples will la the not primary. H.i I' -

.A. .- adds to the ability of a representative. forth the salute of told Mr. H. A. McEachera. the other The Reirabitcaiu hare b majority oft I

t Bob McNamee eaa BOW pall ap j| tad this. la. BOW the gala of the people of the yard belched honor of the Secretary lay that the TaUaferro committee i) IhlrtT la the present HOOfA lose a .

aukea and more from Hlltaborouirtieomty II It la reasonable to believe twenty-one guas la half millions to beat !
: I at the district afterwards spent two and a 'I sixteen districts next November would
few '
sad a
r aa It seems hts race has beet that Mr. Sparkman will performMs board the Stockton. Thto to Jok.'. nineteenth j jrstlmatr Eire the House to the i .oici"rata. Itr.aild ;I
went on i
J pretty well n over there. He night. promises to the people of this city Captain Dickens tile Secretary' and He hope to double these inquire: to .Teat charge to re- ,

K Join the Three FrieDdablaatJoa and his district and It Is not unreasonable Dolphin sad greeted from the figures before he quits. | verne tl" political complexion of the: '

t and make .p a quartette take to the that both he aid the people his party.' The committee of _' M t Honse. The Repubtlcarv ...-e jv rt.

.. Dad and stag "What they did to ..." are to be congratulated upon his. reelection. Chamber of Commerce' composed ehalrman.ieaato' A letter received from Guy L Met _.... sure of regai&ioz control ot it.l i ito :
John C. Arery. as
Judge .
That the choic of the people Freda calf, who to working IB a lend and sine fact they are aiiprrhvnsfre that the
for the Eaet W. B. Wright i
A ero0 .. proposed Mallory
t. : will prove to be the wiser' One will mine laldaJlo. announce that he all,, Democrats may capture It.
Coast section-Bermuda onion. culture, j jEnough i How; J:. a Saltmnnb. KaowlesHyer
ikmbtless be fully demonstrated by tae OB hand for the election: la TIN a "
i .e
of these onion* huvBeeaplaatcd C. W. Lamar, J. S. Re,.. Tbos.a I Clearance
course of events.-Tampa Herald. :;a y went to the mines shortly after This Is what the Japanese censorforbids
show that they can beuceeasfully A. C. Bluest Jr.. T A.
hereto Watson the primary of 101 to study this. "pot the publication of: (II _
cvltlvated. Let It . Jennings and Frank U Mares, boarded
HOW TO ADVERTISE. nettle business from the WKtom ;:, tails or accounts relating to 0.-1
world with i I I Columbia when It wa Sale ofMen's
We will be eipplylac the steamer
: found out la that disastrous year that (%) mhat relate to future war
t. vegetables and track after a while. j jFortytwo I ID I! Merchants are striving for opportunities made known that the rsltors bad arrived he has some things to learn about "pot menu: 111 damage done to tV Japanese :

to fell goods. Their window and west to the nary yard.Ieeretary metal campaigns" Invented by him la war ship and transports: (41

young Bight last womea week were from graduated the!I can only appeal to those persons who Moody and the the Senators residence aadCongressmea 01Cnptala I***. ; the range of inns la action and the 3!!!! Boy'sSHOES
pie at
walk by their store. IB title way mer1 were quantity of shots used: (Si tile positions -

f ._ cooking school ot la* Chicago CONK -|1 chants ma nee the direct result of advertising Dtekea when the committee The people of Dade county ate tired and Barnes of the basis. of aavai

mna 'att.. *a two-years course it, '', with their windows. Back arrived, sad Senator Mallory acting of th. bosses at the court house and operations: (C) the whereabouts oti

K which they mastered the art sad actM advertMag'wtth well as spokesman, lavlted the party to the rid of them on Jane ':. ,
t !lap your window an going to get warships and transports and (T) partleutan -!
.... modern hygteate uoklag.I of the Chamber of Commerce.
local try as guests
: written advertisements IB your -- e with regard to coal fresh wajlev. i
I names will aever nave mat i i stated that
t- 1 paper. and It win not be lone tin you Secretary Newspaper'correspondents la the inanitions of war. eta AT
,...... abort
a only
trouble getting the fact that a
,Iran perceptibly feel na aarr- bns alit to Far East: _plaia' that they aid not
Every day IK go by with Urn* meld be spent at Pensacola. theOUIItN Cohen's.Situated .
1 Incoav you allowed to go to the front bJ'III. Japanese --- -
be lateadato -I;
if that necessarily to
Mr. Br7Urta
f; i'font a good' ad IB the paper Is like de- would have! and Raastoa officials, though .
i keep ap bin. warfare OB Judge Parker The time at the the disposal I
of decllae.
|rilalag to take advantage aa opportunity. treated well otherwise. This may be '
tin the St. Umta _YftItIOL n would have to be atJUsedIB
If your local paper to pubnsbi of the party bluff wall or It may DOt o*. out rues j
be a
.. the conTeatloa BomlaaUe Parker of the yard .. they
week let the adrertlsemect aa Inspection
s i six days IB the all accounts It would seem more peea..
ate oppoeiUonto
f win doubtless conflaee be found la It all days IB th'week. desired. to become thoroughly acquainted
ant and safe In a city or nunp taaa n I
him'hi 'f6 the fact that Parkervoted .
to aplte with the yard and harbor.ectetary
Keep the matter fa the space 'up the Russlaa troops especially
f that be baa elwaya following

voted for Bryafrtwfce.the Democratic and personal ticket recordla utII.t bright If yon'can and not attractive.write aa Change ad. hire It a often.BUB Moody5statd BOW recognizes" that that the navydepartment Pen hot foot'act.when the Jape make them dothe par cota e

hm political who eau: la fact the results received sacola to the most lmportaat.tntegR
without a flaw or blemish: by. a merchant from well-written ads point sooth of Norfolk and irould act West palm B acr! ;. fa.!
of Stoc
I Many of the strona; backers
Hale chairman
t!=ies the extra accordingly. Senator ,
a..... baa achieved her first aaal lrs him many more lull have already deserted him because

victory. If such It can Jhe called. A cost of hiring the ads written The [Of tII..aYai committee on appropria they think be ought to bow to tae w.> Situated on Lake Front. a-tjolllDC
he. proposed to see
the 'aewspaper to for pas. ,aVMrt float I
ban mount pay
armed with torpedoes you where have .been so -
Laid of r the people they -
vessel aad her ..1t1t..J'e and the YaI.'OD..c that M appropriation sufficient to obtain City Park A cool!, comfortable plac-e I Ito
crippled Japanese plainly I expressed. He will have no
lot -
supply water was Wowed
the quality a-Jcond '
commander and crew made hrroee. If from it depends wholly a show whatever In the next prrrosr.aad : stop at, with goof table service ftHEYSKTOlTOCURE
I* h the ( *-The visitors were
the Jape uf the matter put la that space *
honon are this easily( won results If evidently well pleased sad Impressed the people can turn their alt o'l Sample! room for traveling men. ..... Oda ps W ....ee 1igM
should:M them.wiB a wit or T! orla \ your spare bringing other ...U"ID this '
t.o'kaadta. with the excellent harbor, which. they loa
'. competent maa I
might n
which shier get
'aa open eBragement. advertising appropriation for you viewed and with the advantages offered they will proceed to elect a new sheriff Mr4\ B. Hays ProerJtrr v. fOlEY5l1OHEY
beads that they wouta our
their ; '
_. .be o swell wwthfeea for future warfare. ,It I means dollars for you. here. The Chamber of eo.--e r and clerk. I ,.,,,.- .., ..,...- jr* .......


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W': E ,MILLER & CO, !, .

H. M. KING. (s.ccnEd.:* .....) : "The Ideal"Special

Funeral Director and Embalmer.,

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1301 AVIxti arrspt I i

An..tloe .. T.......... or T..al". Sale
of Seasonable
I i 4U- l2h Sutet. Phone 2S. .

1.' ----- -- Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.
,, I I
" THE WORK NOT INTERFERED ;! Augustine much mUlled with the atlsfartory, and If the growers continue _

t though working under dlOcultle. owIng | way la which their plan was receivedby to get good returns. It will mean

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.MIAMI. to the continued bad weather, the : the growers the ectabllahment of another profitable i iI Belts! Bda! Ladies black mohair skirts aai

contractor building the Jetty outside I, I I fop In Hastings The quality of tin See the newest fad to ladle crush round length seven gored lap .ms

FLA-. May 18. I**. Norris Cut have not suspended operations Mills Ethel Coolant who has bee* cokes already chipped are cot the fln"'et I belts, white, tan. black, and mode Inverted plait: the regular I740 kl.d

but are laying the wall at the I In Miami a long time as stenographer and are creating favorable comment Skirts! Special prIce....... .... .... .......
MAIL SCHl1 VLL: for Mr. W. )l. Brown ..., Shirts
left for
rat of a barge of tone per day.CtitVCIL la the New York and Philadelphia
1 home in Oak Hill last 8I1Dd.,.. She Is i markets-Farmer and Trucker Mart 'I Ladles seven gored Sicilian cloth Iota Sa s....
Arrive from the North MECTIXi .;:*of.KO,,. to be married: on July It to a prominent IIDPI. skirts, to white: all man tailored, peeA large assortment of silk salts
7:00 a. m. SIGII i :- ne on
t.. 5Sb0.as.Clo.e in re;,':ar _loa ..m........ night a fact which has been known Jake Bollng and Haygood Pierce, I' Price... .... .... .... .... .......06 ly trimmed and tailoredCarets.
for the
Business of importance !. to be transacted some time to her personal friends all both colored. returned home tact sight I

(:15 a. m. and all members are requested of whom will Jola us la good wishes from a flshlug trip np the Eecambla I I .
(:15 m.I '
to be prenent. aDd coogratnlaUoas. river aid told of the accidental .ihotX-'I i t Ladle* C. a Corset No. 202, mad of "

f -. lag of tour persuas "
THE WEATHEKj by the dischargeof best quality Batiste; this corset give
a shot gna. Gorge Duaa I
and : the
so. correct erect fora.I .
.hlqtoL-P'or Easiest rainy weather of the last few days ... Joe. with a colored man named

. 0.11.. showers tonlcM and tontorrew. caused a suspeasioa of most all work HOTEL ARRIVALS. I.ymaa. were flshlng and had camped Albert I Special pric*.... .... .... ........LSi

South to west' .wind. oa building now going up In this city for the alght. when the boy Joe took .s i No. $4T Warners rut-proof corset,

Maximum. 7*. though the work oa those already enclosed gun oat of the boat, and I. laying :t'' I to a eoraet that give the almost sat

)11...... 7LTOWN has not bees Interfered with. SAN CARLOS- dowa It wa accidentally discharged.The tofactioa both for cornet shape and

,-- K. Cathroa. Qjus; A. D. Starbird. boy had the Deo/ part of his wear
WILL CELEBRATE. Metropolis Forest City P. a Pardo Kentucky
; ; laid badly torn, and Albert Lymaa.who Special price... .... .... ......ILM.
to la receipt of .. Invitation to D. Cosgrove. city; P. Pedersoa. DelrayM. ,
1 wa about an-
I feet away reoelved .
I TOPICS. I attend a celebration la memory of Cubes R. Cohen Savaaaah.PIONEER .
twelve of the shot I. the bead :
\aVJf Independence Day at White's cigar I and _II. ( I
George Duaa got two or ;
I : i id v
factory oa Avenue D. Friday :.
three I. various portions of his ti ,
May 20, from 0 to t p. m. Th Invtta C H. Wllklas. Philadelphia: H. D.
About tads of predpUatloa ... I a* a reminder that It was tune to ClIO f
a4i two Owens. J. a Wofford Hallaada4e E.
ties to signed by Ousmaa Crux sad ; for home. S Iltilsrrt I .
part Another colored
_Fred la this slag Suaday sad
Charlie Crux the two well known sad H. Arantrong. St. Louis; T. F. Williams. I I'I
Th amouat of rala.'aa tre erday Lauderdale who was camped Bear, also got a stray
L..In Sat WaiaU.
Daytona: Jas. Jaetso. -
'. patriotic Cubans who have been residing lot. ,
The wound
_..... to XI laches aid tiat tooa were arnaud a*'
; > 8. M. Hart Ft. Lauderdale M.a. .
: : One
her for some time. beat hundred waists all. ate. aS ....
a could be done under the ,
will average more, thus makmg r..:e Carry Kev West: J. McDonald. eumstanpe the latest styles .. lawn, madras and
---- -- by those who ,
were not 1 .
tjrlHtaESTEAD' aba t'twltc hei O. W. Murfltt. city: F. A. Bryan L. J Batiste; only a few of each styli: .
! Jared sad the entire parry, lacmdlai,
Howell. Fullord. the fensacols worth iw.10'aid J3.... We offer to 1
MENTION. men. who were wttaess.e ,.
COUNTRY FLOUUED. -STATE NEWS: to the affair, left for home'Immediately. close at..... .... .... ...Ma. rack ':

.-Mr. E. V. Blaekmaa and Uur>- I We. have oa our table the footofaa All of the parties who were injured .. Ladle Japaaeee aUk shirt waists: sfV::

tee, who west to the nomestaad sour P. Pederson, of Delra to .. town. eagle'of mammoth proportions. Tht reside-aear, Cottage Hill, and report back sad front tacked and trimmed
Sunday where they hold grants from with lace; Bishop sleeves; a waist that .
try that
bird was killed by H. J. Peeaingtoa place are to the effect. _
returned horn. tills _I.c. haviagbeea that they win wash. Special.............$ ... < r
H. D. Owens and J. B. Wofford.HallandaJe. 01 who lives oa Bee Heaven Bay sad are get log along aleely.PeBsaeola .- ,
usable to do work a. their Ladle shirt waists same as eat \
aay In town today. :
are measured six feet fromtlpto tip.-Jasper JournaLS.
places oa aecouat: of the hIlL Mr.Pt trimmed with lap; back tacked: sew \ .
---i News.
:--01 *frirn says* that the water casdown uses William J. Henry, a railway mail sleeve, with tacked eaS. Epeeist.tN '
T. F William. of Daytoaa. CUM
la torrents ever suww he has Preliminary work has tommeatdoa clerk. raaalag between Port Tamp 1
dowa this mornlag oa business
bees down there sad that tU* whole the eonstrucUoa of a sew steel and JaekaoartH. wa arrested her
aeettoa to Aooded. & .. Pattersoa-will leave toaight '.o.head trestle across Sea.Sebastian river to yesterday by Deputy Called State E. B. DOUGLAS r'i.

.. a aes! *:** of the lal'hwra UJacksonville. replace tile woodea structure. This bone Marshal Williams, on _pIaI.t of #
Postooc 310 and 312. Twelfth Street. .
Inspector G. W. CauBeld.
OFF AFTER TARPOM.-Cemmoor of the Improvements cor empiste*

OrtowoM. of New Tern.'owner of by the Florida Eat. Coast Railwayfor charged with the embezzlement of a P1K

tb* auxiliary yacht Savsio. which BBS J. P. Lyaea. a promiaeat bustaeai som U...._St. ..... .. Record. registered letter coatalaiag feflOO la

...' .. port all ...a.. ca-* days man of Jaru.Y Ie. to la the city to . bank notes. Henry waived a preliminary

yesterday axmng sad west :...... day. Captaia N. R.'Pita agh has oa eihlMtloa elamlAVtlon before commissioner wa

the yacht, slung la th* afteraona at this once a banes of wheat Cruse sad his ball was Axed at $1,800. School Will Soon Close .

the herpes fraud Th. yacht will Mtas Morrow who has bees at Mrs containing eleven hands and all wn which at last accounts, be had not

a*.away two weeks or more or ate March's for several weeks, will leave developed grata but act yet ripe. Th. ben aUe to ..... The. package which ..: '

Mr. OrtowoM ha caught .several tar-1 for her horn .. TSBBSSSUI toalght bunch to three feet tall sad was grow Henry Is charged: with stealing, was And your children will soon have a long vacation from ;. or -

pea h* haviag coal 4 especially es his farm at Plralata as a volunteer stalled at Tampa May 4. br the First 3'
eulUvatioa. We think National Bank and was addressed to \VhynotpIacetheminthe .:3
ffW.thla purpose A. UlII.... of Cincinnati a member without .

of the firm of.Ultmaa Bros. distillers from Its appearaac* that wheat couldbe the beak at Punta Gorda. Inspector Gxttervatoru of Mask
? 1:
WILL: HAVE SIXTEEN ROOM- to In the city today oa burta* s. grown suceasfuHy to thto State. CaaOeld ..,. the package to fully ac- fc .
_tell for by the Tampa portofflce. '
Qty Marshal "...... said today that -- Clay County Te.S. Have you investigated our
J. of sad was delivered to Henry on the
and L. Howell
F A. Bryan
he has not decided when he will begin .:
house Fort Laaderdale, are among the Bear- Mr. Paul C. Jones a contractor sad next mornings train. It should have "Partial Scholarship Plan? Anyone is thereby enabled ,:;
the arectloa of hto at th* comer
of Avenue C sad Thirteenth street by neighbors la the city today. builder of West Palm neacn to the been delivered to the mall clerk OB I to obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely \r

guest of Mr. John C. Jones aid while the train from Lakeland to Punts .
but that It will be some Urn durlag I nominal cost. Sta CM .,...., tar wx af Practkt Pfc...
Mr. Z. T. Merrltt. of Buena VUU.to be this not claim to be any blood re- Cords but tkls transfer wa not mad j
the summer. Th house will be modem .
la JackaoBvtlle thto week attending latioa to the later yet he rolled up Henry failed to receipt the local office
In maaser sad win have Franklin Coleman Bush Director.
every. the meeting of th* Royal Arch his sleeves aid west Into the campaign for It. sad claimed that he had not ,

alxtesa .--. Masons Bad tile Shriaers. sad worked 011 ,... east coast see the package. After]1. thorough
:: :
for his eeletloa. H* has come to Orlando Investigation. Inspector OsufieM yesterday i

IMPROVING THEIR PROPERTY A. L. Sears a pea latat travellagmaa to offer congratulations sad cs- caused the arrest' of Henry.The .

Mr.:aad Mrs. BJckawrs. who recently from North Caroliaa. was among Joy| a good 'smoke at John's expease inspector says he has told several .

s--achaged the Moue lot around the the arrivals from the North la Miami Orlando Star. different stories concerning It. Henry 1..

potat from th* Bricked estate are *a- thto morning.M. e to a young was resides I. Jacksonville i SPIERS & MERCIEB

gaged la ptoatlac out trees and Improving American Louis Luek-
The steamer and has a wife and several children. w !

the property upon which they R. Cubes a popular kalght of sabaca. which cleared yesterday for He to said to have been la flnaacta I

wlQ build a splendid winter home tile grip travelag oat of SavaaBah.to Sew York carried'out the record cargo trouble for some time. He has :

during the coming summer _Uaa.lIr. among the commercial m-s la tcwa of naval stores from Peasacola. been In the employ of the railway mall Real Estate. Life. Fire and .

.''" Mrs. Rlckaters win lie her today. The total number of barrels loaded service about seven years. Thto. the

for -some time yet before going north oa the ...._ was 21.454. which 'to third money package that has disappeared !I Accident Insurance

sad abroad. Melvin G, Curry a prominent merchant equal to SUM ........ barrels. The In the mails betwa*>. this city I'

of Key West .was a passenger vessel was cleared bv the S. P. ShotterCompany and Punta Gorda la the past several : i Rental and Collection Agents I.

REVENUE: .CUTTER 8AILEDTh.Tevssi arriving here yesterday oa the steamerMam. and the. total valuation of months. A package containing ".CIOt ,

cutter from Key West, .wax from the island City. he cargo to I1CS.HO. Some remarfca- was lost at Punta Gorda and John et *>

arrived la port Monday oa her regular Sty fast work was accompltohed la Oonolly. a mall clerk to now under ;

patrol'of the coast sailed yestedrday Mr. J. L. Evans a large saw mill 'osdlng the big cargo. Foreman Thos. bond awaiting trial for the larceny i! t l Office over Bank of Kay !Biscayne, .

bound south. This Is the lest time 11&&II.01 Ashburu. Gx. to la tile city n> Kent sad a big crew of men west to hereof. A little later, another paekice f Lock Box ';;. :M iamL Fla. 1

bas bees la this port la several day oa business and will figure oh work last Monday morning oa me ves- \ disappeared between Tampa and i.--. . . . . . . ...

"""'"' \ _tilL material to be used la the sew Hal- eel and by yesterday afternoon ta. Arcadia, but no arrest baa been made i.I i .. )
-- .: 4 cyoa Hall Hotel. :ratlre cargo: bad beee stored and the ID this case. Henry- was not connected I -

IN THE MOL-NTAINa-Rev: A. 8. vessel was cleared before closing with either of these transaction FOR RENT.-Neatly furnished cottage There are auay young atoak 1

Tstum to BOW at Brookslde. N. C. Mr. John Budge father of our townsmen hours at tile curios house. The thoy, Tampa Tribune.Are for rent Summer price Appr> Miami aid Dad easily totirasM hs

about twenty miles from Bkrwtsg aI_.... Frank T. sad Harry C.Badge ands of barrels of naval stores were this office or 130 Ninth Street, feetwvm. (
book-keeptag std itiaanyapay. ..
Roe)amoegst the highest or tae man> left yesterday morning for his Voactt to the city from the storage those who object to Parker willing Avenue B and Boulevard.A .
......... He to at ... and the Metropolis innniiijmak r
North Carolina "Home at I'rhans O, where he will yards In tral. loads and before the to accept Gray or Gorman or Ol- -
..t.stopping with a klasmaa now ti It poasfbto<< for two of this aft
spend the summer. rergo w as moved the entire yard was ney? Mr. Bryan to against them all. .
good Ink tablet for br st n>*
years af sr whom ...found plaatisA orrred< with the barrels.. Of the big Weaver or Hearst would doubttme suit hate a caaac* wtthoat th* coat at % ,
Racket Stop.Hsadquarars
cora whea he arrived at his home. Mr. wgo about tSOO barrels are of tarrtlne him. but he will get neither st the single dollar. For fan details at ta -
were unable
,Tatum write that U years ago h* Drs. Skaggs and Pugh I --
remainder of rosia -
and the of
hands a Democratic convention.
plans see the sixth ..
Jacksonville e pigs of this ]......
who togo to today as they *
knewt boy ate apples from tree* Peasacola -- fancy groceries,
this-..... 'years old. 'whir anL pected.! Ji...... Gaston Drake. Dr. JourtaLS. Dt& Ll'TIOS OP PARTNERSHIP.Notice etc, at WUFI7"L T -

L j BOW aovered -wtth bloat: A 'portioajLof Cricksoa.. 8. L. Pattersoa aad Z. T.Merrltt w. a** TSBSHSM
| the house .."which: they ar.,sow will form the Miami party oTShrtaers. Prof. Tom F. McBeath will be an U yon want tea cream that to good lee cream aid also have th* plate

Hvtag".was bile M years' ago The applicant for the posiUoa of sapertBodeot b hereby given that the partnership and pare bay It of the Btacaya DragCompany. .
lately existing between WaV-:
weather to what they call warm ap nf th* East Florid Semiaary. i : They see T..._. cream
Bad Messrs ... M Newmaa and .. L. McNeil, ofMiami. FURNISHED 1 1oa BOOL:
there although IIr. Iasm writes Drs. Skaggs aid Pugh hid place will be mad vacant by I lit ,.

thai \BOW.* to wearing hto.overcoat sad Draka. aid ErrieBoa. will go up to he reatgaaUoa' of Superiateadeat J. H I Fla. under the Arm same of Teatt street for rant. Apply*.
McNeil A Co, has this day bees dissolved Ota ones
tonight when they win has SB offer RENT. Desirable <
anting by are* during the day acksoBvtne tamtam who accepted FOR east rooms
-v. ___ take before the Orgies Prof. McBeath by mutual consent All debts
-.B-.mBBlpBmBm aaBBBBaaa* high Masoary degrees U Bowling Ky. t24 Eleventh Street with or without

ZORA WENT AOROCND Thoa. ..aUIar7' aiaad lodge, which may_ there to- *as bees a member of the faculty durBg owing to the said partaershlp are to board. ARE TOO GOING TO Bm:1I\t:

Xsra CptataCook. vent "j i and It iaid be received by the said L. L. McNeil I Let a* flgar
''' mow. the term Just dortag. lira MeLendoa.Houto oa your work sad sass

agreed last sight about II o'clock ii of'him that he to one of the most aid ansads. on the said partaership ., you -.,. GRAHAM KINO OXjU

jut monad BriekslTs Pont sad stack i, copular instructors that was ever lathe arc !,> >. preeeated to him for HAM CO.VTRACTORS AND amz.a.I .
I .....
I sad families eta bay *
hard sad fast, still being aground at* a OenT4r tt :;1. Aux; tvt'r.. a ..PIo..ow ....&aIT. H. to also wen known payment I ERS. wm ...... oa an ctassea of hadlaVgs.

awratog at 10 o'clock though she property ..-. In rtnpplrf over throughout the State Bad has long Dated this the l.'ti: day of May, A. i Teas..11 cream at Btocaya Dna I.. Plans ,.,....... .. m

win probably Boat at high water. today oa his was to Ota to visit LI.brother. been considered one of the ablest educators D. 1104. Sot No. 41J.LIVELT.
has .,..1.1I L L. McNeil.
Mr. Oenovsr just IN
Soatll.-GaI..UIe lean the
la the Parties wishing to Spaatoh
RAIN DELAYS WORK.-:Owing to.chased a whole section of potato laud; 1L New..... I' -
I : S. I I. language can ;joiB the das BOW being
week the coatrac-1 sod will to CONTEST.
the had weather this sear St. Augustine go
formed by F.' C. Earight., a prooeieat
ton oCth sew, halcyon-Ball hotel i irho i farmlag along with his other U_ As the tomato crop wanes, the attract cucumber I teacher.. I::1 i On vat with ovary tea eats paid
to begtnalag
had expected to begla work on_! crop GararararararararacSINESS' 2 : for sabscrlpUoa to the Dally atnaaaKs .
Has already
Uos. F. E. Bugbe
'r off the atte
> walls this week have
re. W* baskets of superior .. sale which can be used toward pity
'tarn* aatil ant week, when jock will,, 'J. E. Ingrabsaw third YkeIprMI..t hipped I Par Tennessee cream oa atBtocayae !

be'hauM.: ..from. th* aaarry across the| F E. c. Ry, sad H. W.8ro'tna. sad c. A. Dupoat and H. 8. WUsoa X good alarm clock for 99 rents at I: Drag Campus 14tFirstdas I II i lame worthy young ..-'* way :

river ..d., the walls .......' Thto of the arm of Hasttaga A Co.. tad others are Just begtaalag to ship The Racket Store. "i through a corrsspoadene coarse am
.. who la this seat week it win be possib to I r
block hews accordIng seedmen of Atlanta were By r book-keeping or
stenography. For
I la lam tallparticulars
stow table board b I .
and asrtloa for several'days, mov cakes from here .. car ,lots, 1-- may procured i
silk will sot county :'
to pciBcatioas read the 1IaIf- .. -
for sale thtooAc at S09 West Twelfth Street Mrs.Netaa. .* aaBOBBcemeat
tad structure to assumsImpoataf laursstiaf trackers la the culture of something entirely sew for Hastings.Thus ; apply to I
take long toe
.1J' 237 to to-day. paper.
proporUoas.. Bermuda islets have returned to St tar the returns have beet very _, I ...

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., The Daily Miami Metropolis, Miami, Fla.

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OOCNTT COMMISSIONERS.Oflffllrlml rey S D. Mitchell! W. M Sterling, janitor Apr . .1%.*!I D 8p'e! >x trim pnw . . 14.IS
H. P. Branalng. I I H a.ul_. com on receipts John r ]o.ek. crim pro*. . 21217 .i\MWM
'y: Proceedings of Their ReguUr Application from i E C th, rls.rn. crim pros. . 5.71 ififM.
and expenditures ... .. . 47AS.
;. Mar Meeting.Mlami. permit to catch two I W Bjrd. ...ita....... . . !.<*)
*>.. B Wilson, rusts appealing!: Davis ... . ,
J FT*, May 3. 1 reined and granted. I" Metrall.: vim pn ISIS
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Board case 143 l 1 I'
.. The of County CommlMlooen The county judge i.in Krolux 1>. feed of prioorers 1>1 -'o i
,- met thU day !. regular session. Preseat. collector filed their joint A W B Drew record book. 13.3: ;j' P llrsnalng.: trim \>nm.I . Clubbing() Rates.
-l George W. LaJnhsrt chairman cences Issued during the W Card,.. plumbing: at Jail. 111 I I K > .' Dalull. crim prim .. '.::15 ''I I
John fiewell 8. A. Belcher, F. C. Afchr. April SO, showing $87.51 j', J C; Cramllng. crim prus . t M
W Moran. Apr sal and bailiff U i$lI !"
and R. B. McDonald; John Frobork ty and f4o fur the ''Wr'ter Paul ...Ita...... .,. .. l.ftl *
f sheriff; E. C. Dearborn clerk. The clerk filed his ...... I i I I P Gore, bailiff co court . Umi Ro.."ana Curry, itnewi .. .. |!M "r15'
Missies of the last meeting were certificates redeemed Crow. Pharmacy drugs: for Morgan Jackson: wltnnw . 1.M

read sad approved.Qanmlasloser during the month of (, Oneal ... .... ... .. .. 1.7. ( Fnn4 Dell, wltnens ... .. . l.Or. fh. The people of Dade County will want all the ne..sthis
Sewell was authorized The taxcollector filed .... A Co., pauper 8f'IIrdt. '.> Willw < wltnen .. . l.oo it is
year as to be an because
to have plllBK driven around the piers the month of April, I B Potter standing paupers 7.1W I Daisy i Fu.'ell. witness . . I..- 4V of interesting one f
the elections
of the conaty bridge at Miami for the collected for the State '" Fuller, boarding paupers 43 ft'i \ Robl nr,,". vltnrmi.. ... .. 1IM) ,
nrotecUaa of the piers from jarrinr for the county, sad %, | Spiers lunacy. M Sweating 5.:J Ed Be.-un. climes. . . . 1MI. *
by barges basllng rork down Miami County treasurer filed H Jenkins, Apr salary and Die cbe Rowe. witonui .. . 1.ou National 1 State
River.a the month of April !l one pauper .... .. ... . :..1,]I ,Carl Wjiill. crim |>rut>. .. . ,.., and County
TIM board made the following assignment i lowing balances oo band | M King burying pauper.. .. 10.(MI >I'' P L. Je.iklns, crim pnM . .. 3.:30 '
of the rooms la the new r General fund . . I T Carter sal Jan to Apr .. 31.I .::; J J Silts wltnees .. ... ... \.M
.... county court house BeglBBlng thfront > Fine and forfeiture fund I B: C Hotel Co lights jail Apr U.35\ T M Baker crim pros .. .. .. 495
entrance, the first room on tb e I School fund . . .. | ,E: C Hotel Co. lights courthouse ''T J. Miller 'ltnii left to- be occupied by the county Jadgs I Road fund .. ... April.. ... .. . 3.40 I I L rircpbell. wltanu . I.I-
amid room oa the; same side by th. Game warden fund C Alcher commissioner oneday E'cr Forrey. crim I."... . 2.33IJW :
county treasurer: third room on the, Interest and sinking fund and mileage.... .. .. StL.r7'I ; 1 Formm pio. .... .. 2.4.1 arrangements whereby it can offer
asm side by the county shoo: board E: McDonald commissioner R H Haddlrctiin. ..Itll_. ,. . law attractive rates for various newspapersthat
fourth room oa the same side by the i Total .. .. I I one day and mileage. ... .. 440I I I Gene Jf'lft.ltn_. .. :. . 1.00. there should be no excuse for people remaining r
.tar: collector; and beglBalag at the, The following bills I A Belcher, commissioner one Mary Cn .key. .IID...... .. ., . LOW j in ignorance as to the happenmcs of
rear entrance the first room oa tlf' land ordered out of the 1 day and mileage. .. .. .. J.40 i, Blanche Bra liey. vltnew. .. 1 MlA the year.
.left Woe to be occupied. by the taxI >v1I I C. H Bradley, fn on .. W UUnhsrt, commlsiiloner E Hey3T. trim pros . . 23.24I I
-j'.iitrr. second room on the same side | P T Skaggs. lunacy J W I one gay and mileage . 13.40 C Cheathsm. .It"...... . . 10-M i -:- --- -
r by ,the toady commissioners, third W E: March same .. .court'J Sewell. commissioner one There being no further buV.nens! the
c Mew OB the same aide by th* sheriff: I F W Hahn, same .... ... day 'and mileage ... .. . 200 board adjourned to meet Wednesday, RATE.
:. aarf bunk room oa the same side br P T Skaggs lunacy L June .. 1*".
Z tho'cJerk of the circuit _rt.I T E: ClINt...... same .. Total General Fund..15at 1)4
I .Boa* of C. C Carroll with J. E.Ijammaa C D Leffler. same ... ... The following bills were approve) A STARTLING TEST.To : The Daily Metropolisand
;a .: ..a J. H. Jackson. Jr. fart H C Hood lunacy. Prank ordered paid out of the Sari I -* Year
botany public state at Urge was received I R J Chllllngworth. same : save a life Dr T. G. )lrrrt.t, of
sad approved. E: H Dimtek. same .. .. ( B Woffurd. supplies for O'Neal %S.::; No. Mrlxnpaay. Pa.. made a startling 'J $10.00
Bond of W. W.: ErwlB for notary I lie W Pugh. lunacy M ,11.1 Bradford supplies test resulting In a wonderful cure. Daily imes-Union ,

r .public state at large with H. E. Tattle O Trultt. same .. .. ... c'a; ,... . ... . 2>.S* He writes, "a patient was attacked'
and 8. U Patterson as .sureties wa 1.1. L McDonald, same .. I II R O-Nsal. moving convicts 21.CS with violent hemorrhages caused by.j Semi-Weekly Times-Union 550.
received sad approved. A E: Heyset. Apr sal and I I ZI1I. sharpening drillsa ulceration of the stomach. 1-bad often ;
TIM IbMowlBg firearm 'boads wet.received I ,- E: C Hotel Co lights fox A <'0. supplies for county 14.'T found Electric: Bitters excellent for I! Weekly (Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-

f sad approved: t J T SuI"'" Apr salary j' L dandier. Flylene. ... .. .:S acute stomach and liver troubles so f < Union _
B. IL Campbell, with M. B. Lyman A P Gore balllf circuit I I II G On PIli. drugs for paupers prescribed them. The patient gained With =2.00H
sad M.,T. IAwteetJM.. ) W B Rush, attending Mr . .. . .. .. .. 212S from the first and ha not had an atj j Atlanta Journal twice a week J2 as
Harlot B. Campbell, with P. B. Jaaaoa. I W T Rice charity Mar !II A McDonald Co. lumber. *' tack in fourteen months" Electric With Weekly Palm Beach News 93'
Jr aad J. H. May sureties. I Brooker *: McFarlln. 2 O Butler road: work .. 740 Bitters ere ptvttlvely guaranteed for I! .GOld
I' ,,...,. .,......
... :
with Joha B. Rell- sBsasm.
Oacar T. Conklln. Red Cross Pharmacy : A Froscher. April salary. .. 4000 Dyspesla. Indigestion.: Cunntlpatlon
'ly sad Qua A. Mailer as _fttJK. 1 prisoners .... .. .... > Rounlree. April salary 4000 and Kidney troubles. Try them. Only subscribers must all back
J. K. McDoaaM. with J. A. Daaa aadtMlcr t Jobs Frohork HrcuJt ct j L Cbar'd1r. April aal.:5.: <* tOe at all druggists.. take pay dues before they
Onager as suretes. ., D W Moran March _1uy F HI.I_. April salary . 40.Of in can: advantage of these offers and cash
X. T. Motrltt. with 'C E. lagalls and drrult court work .. .. .. s..n",,,",,. lumfjer M". .5 the tUfe (.... I advance must accompany all orders for
3. H. Hardos as sBreOes.M. E: C Dearborn April Cncle Primus, tallying IB armful a( these combinations.
, L Burbank with O. B. Rnmph.Jr circuit coon work- .. Road Fund. ...... . S4' n giocwfles. stood outside the gab witchj j I
... B. U Brady a* SBretlea. Joaa Frobock" Co court .,. fnllowlsg Mil was !approved' and '', tug cautiously tile Btevtments ., tw!j ADDRESS
or yard dog on the Inside. The
The deck sad county Judge Bledtheir : Wm Merkle. dIarIt,. Apr '' paid out of the Interest and I i 1 lady ef the house appeared. the front
reports of fiaes forfeitures aod Mrs C 8bn1du.M j j.J. Fund: gallery and said: Come tag C... Pri- -.r
costs for the month of ApriL B Glean. Trustees. Interest end BUS; come '". The don west Mtyou. Miami
TIM WlowlBg Justices of the peace iH; F Atkl_. Apr salary ( ...!ld. ... .. ... IHSTi ." I Metropoli
forfeituresu4 With a breed grin Ugktiag his
filed their ports of Bast. following bills were proven up I
I''C P Metealf. com oa cheerful Cade
J.I face Primus replied
_0.. of April: :
ost> far tile ordered paid out of the Hne and
a TNhrook. J. C Bdwta N...... goods for Fund knows dry wout MM ... ulssaa.csase .
D. Forfeiture : '
C. GramtaK. I sbo* slut/ eooOe'
". L For- . .. . . I1.JIt bx'-Uppla--
Hancock. H. B. WoodaH. ,I I r.o..e ,las T Sarders. trim pros. . N.A cut's "....u.*. .1
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IIN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF THE af nee a ...*. Oejr."Dacoaet. .
UNITED STATES FOR fHE SO'OTH- .- la the Referee tens a
ERN DISTRICT OP FLORIDA. story of two little girls who were trying
to eiplala what sort of a dog It wa thy
'I. the matter of Cond.mnatbn of Landbetween
I had seen reports Public Optatoa. Said
Electrical Contractor '-TII. Bay and the Atlantic
little -I,
one girl: was one of those funny -
I i Ocea. dogs-you know, the one. that arc
, II; ne President of th. C"lIed State of a dog and a half long and half a dog
r I America: high.- Said the other: You must kaow
f 1 1113 I Avenue C. To John P. Horn En.. Unltad Ita... the sort. It., a dog: that only has four
I Marshal for th. lag, but looks aa If It ought to have
Southern District of
Estimates for .1 a.- It may Interest "Dagonet"hear
Florida: Orating:
I of a fairly apt definition that a PuMI
"'- Mate known to Elnatha T. Field Mary Opinion man once heard applied loth.
VEletfl Light \Wiring\ Bell wiring. I W. Omborn. Frank Oaborn. Sarah C Oa- d&thIhIlDd-.lb dog with tie Louis

| born. Vtola L. Otbora D. D. Hendrkkon. XIV. kg*." '

tfV. Annunciator Work and Retiring of all Kinds. j Susan C Heodrtckion, and Mary W.
fV. Oiborn. Ezeeutrix. and Frank O.
I I born. Executor of the hut win and -... ,
FREDK. S. meet of Ezra A. Oabora. doceaaed. and Having to lay upon my bed for Iti

MORSE, 1, aU other p. sons Interacted la the follow- i days from a severely bruised leg I
, ,I ins deecrlbed lands; that I found relief when I used a bottle of

, Where a petition wa Bled la the Ballard's Snow Liniment I can cheerfully

1 REAL ESTATE above entitled. cane praying the condemnatinn j recommend it as the beat medicine
I of certain land for the twe for bruises ever sent to the afflict
of the United Slate. deetrlb ..
fol ed. It has BOW become a positive necessity -
Office up Uin Cor. Ae.C and It (b St. ,,10..:: Comln..t.. point Math upon myself.. t1. R. B'I'MI.
Watch this I M decree 3. minute weet Mi feet from
space Dade the northeast mrner .f the northwest merchant Doversvllle. Texas tie S**.
) : Miami Co., Florda. I'quarter of lection 1,. la towaahlp 11south. f 1.. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. .
ran.. C cant rtmnmc ..... eanth
for change of deirren M mlnuiee w..t about 1. feet -- ;I
,. the ........ of the Atlantic Ocean, thence TWO IS BZT'I:& THAN OHX-'
following said chore Mratherly for aboutn
feet thence north a ....... I* mlnite U n'l a Toorwait the KnaoPOLarract..nt
west (along a line iralM to and to safe reify
; Florida East Coast Railway distant aDd we bow bow M help' JOB. W*
at right anV from the northern

Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. boundary of this tract af land ......* can flx: It so you par a little asar the
Sausage. Hams. Poultry, etc. dearrlbed. !'a' farm about rt fa.. to lowwater UM price of one paper sod get tb*two
mark on BIttra"... Bay. tbrncenortherly yen waut. The pain of tb* Daily .
208 a DICE O. MIAUL FLORIDA. Times-Cniosi and Citizen has rontey -
folktmlnc cuid low water markclout
Schedules. bees reduced to the 'allowing I a rips* '
uee feet hence aoutk t6 o..r.e.
l I. minute OHM along a line parallel to Three noatb.... .......... f 1 MMixmuiiths ,
Are You Going to Build ? a..I dIMant at rip aiia-lM' from the : ....... ........ .... IN .,
ami fern boundary of tbJ. tract of land One year ..................... CM :
helnr dtarrlbed. IV!* r......) about hat feet We propose to send you both) iM
If so, or if you need building material of an) to th point of cnmnnaramtnt, _..... flail, sad Sunday Ttmc ,UahM nail
Inc c.* am* more or less, la Dad. Coun Citizen and the Mrraorous for: .
I kind you should not fail to see ty. FlorWa: Sli: month.. .............j .... g i sa,
Thererot. Una. presents are to eaov- One fear.. ...-..... ......j..... M _
maid thev and ewk ef then, and any We will send you the Stmi-WMtUr '
and all __. mtureeted m or hartnUena Tiatvf-rabvB and Cltiie and tteMgraorou j
J. A. McDonald & Co. upon arid tads to be and appear .: ;

before the Cmitt Court of the mudStatees Six: month for ............... | I lS .....
tor the bribers DbMrtct e* FlanIda ODe year ..... ............... S M .T
at Jacknarllle a* Monday. June
tits MM. then and there .. flle any objecllon. Thus for St cents more toss she
l..bar, laths. 5111.1.. )lesldi.gs.Caalug. Brick, Lim they may hare. and to show whet price at Cile dally, you pi SW. ,... -.
Dealers In
I *.*.t. Plaster Hair Eta Interest they and each of them may hare .M for gfly coots more than the reCular
Yards...Ofiee.4_.. D sad lab Utreet.Wilson's. In the property hereinbefore desMbed.and price 01 o. KnaopoLiao you gab -j,
to show ea.., If any they can. why the Semi-Weekly '!'I..U._ ant
-- -- -- '- ..aid land should act be condemned ae- CitiicB and. tb* FarmOrower. %- gad frmtt. t.}...
cording to taw to the vie of the United .
State: and why sack proceeding as Is Send your abscHptioa to .*. C4a
NoveltyU provided by law should met be had: whys la idvance always' these prtoea.
jury should met be "gmmoae_ to asmis TatlllanoPO"';,
l the ..._**.: why a Judcmnt ef eoademnatlon Ylami, ra J

I = I ahoaVJ not be entered upon ..
U BOW to operation ready to r*>
b the mrdirt of the said Jury m pumnce T -T'-I'I I'' 7
celT order ,_ of the ltatut. In such case mads ..-
= and provided: why sock ether and further L-
0-- FOR ANYTHING IN .......,.....,n.. as may be provided bylaw ,
J WOOD NOVELTIES. hi such caa. a. may be niiissary to.table I Cooley & Homer
Robbins & Co. L WlfldowVnd door screens window the United State. to acquire a perfect ; .i
J.A. and dor frame, nor fixture, stair and fee simple title thereto should
i : work lucid trimming of all kin da. not be badWitno Rnmrnhl Tit Peal Estate iij Reittl Ajtw i :i.
th* Melville VT Fuller.
S. Harness.and Val i iag0 R. S. WILSON Cnlcf J nut. Ice of the .u....... Coort ---- .i
of the United !'lutes. sad the Seal of List You
;.r- ]epo 1'tOry. J g CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. this Court at the City of I......." .... Property With DeL t' ::.
In _lot frtrlct. on this twentyseventhday

Quality is remembered long after price is rims ASP SrSCiriCATlOX of April A. p. If>4 Ant piece *f bay from propen,. .:;
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-- (Soon I' E. LCKE.ORDER riparian rights, within a few,
C1 rh. ..I.uc.walk of the bovine**eeaterot t?,
forgotten. Miami being tip feet o. bay asd
t W.-HHN. FOR PrBLICATIO.V.la 400 feel deep, having a lot of IB* _

Quality Mkes the Bargain. I the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial place bearing for tree a winter on it.borne.nil I Is a .... vVf .s.

I Circuit I Dad County, Florida. '
41'3'' z asatsb Str*>*rt. m 1D1JF'1a. Aaehitw aa4 8.:.i13er .1.1I !Amelia. Ray T* Wade H. Ray divorce. 328 1 Tnlft' Strttt. Silner Bid. < .

now bar to my employ one of the 't It appearing by affidavit\ appended to MIAMI. FLA. ;

bat draftsman la the South, and am !i the bill la the above stated cause thatR'ade .. :V .
better prepared than ever for faraJab- I| H. Ray the defendant. therein 1 I I I I I 1'1 fl. ... : ;; d.

HEAVY BLACKShUTHIXG Inc plan and detail for good buildings I namml. Is noa-midrat of the State of ;...

Horse-Sboeinff, Wagon Carriace.Workt' fin* cabinet work ete. Flor'da.! and 1s BOW resident of Port- :.

F B Alf KDd. Bepart.l' I am new headquarter for turned land. Oregon and I I. over the age of .

n/lVrll 11 Briin and Soldering work. scroll sawing and all work .*- J twentv-one yean; It Is therefore ordered Four Chairs. No Waiting: -
I Vis
All Work Guaranteed
ally don la a flrrt elaa plaalnf mm i, that said non-reddest defendantbe Best Semite in tie City. .1

Bend BM your order for door I and j and U hereby required to appear to '
Ooo. .A.ven'U.e D. A. COLB), Proprietor...
ShOp .
window frame*, balhuten. bracket. | the bill of complaint Sled la amid cause 30iT .

etc. and be convinced.MIAMI. cm or before Maondav, the ilk day of

FI I JOB A. D. 1904, otherwise the allegations -J Je
of said bill will be taken u eon.i Clubbing
i fend by said defendant

McNell1CO. I ft U farther ordered that this orderbe

'SEABOARDAir published once a week for four eoawcutlTe Rates.You .

weeks la tile Miami Metropolis -

Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th : (Daily) a newspaper pu.l sited la can save money by subscribing .
Line Railway Kid county and State. '
I for the
Street West of Railroad.We This lad day of Map, 1904. I' papers
':i E. C Deaiorn. you want through
FORSavannah have gentle horses. broke for ladies to ride and drive. Clerk Circuit CourtS

.- I I6ol'd I O. Krltu. The

-,'" Columbia, Camden, Southern! Pines, Comfortable Carriages Deputy Clerk.
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Robert R. Taylor. Metropolis.We

Philadelphia. New York. First class Teams, and Solicitor for Complainant. .

I I can give you the :
f Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White Drivers. AH IHTEIXIGEMT MOUSE. OaiIyTimes.Unionand :

t Seaboard New Yorkji i M iled. _
I other.Pilled t p Me.I. N all I.Keep Daily
Seaboard Mail *4l4+ 44. .' 'I w d't4t e a Metropolis for
t SeaboardExpress Mr !.... Ir.a> Snag
: .P.'t..9": ;; ::: Trapped."Whea I to.oo a year, or both 1

t: Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida l fr w Record \ ,I we think-of mice It I* oaaally for six months lot

of the trouble they. cause ns; we ar* aot 15.00.
Tb. ...-. Sew Yrk u...... \t m ,vestibule traiu. e.aip to credit the rodents -
Co apt
,drawlc-ra sleeaer. and eemtia ears eperaUid aid.t Publighini
e eL .. ...... .f illsMnu U ilrtfKlAl
the 'icat.a a
.. de.ak.isss Ibis ttas ka..a ma rte seaae.ed n.rwaOnly iJ.Ird '
: I. mad Jaea.oatl Lra p. dally. ---.aat- Florida R_aid Raynat... It will .....",,. _itt,._....a....". circle I acrordiag to the New York The
...: .. :tea a dull _r 4s. Es-al by a e.rr .f e..p.taat rs aM _. Halt br : Time*. "but I really had aa esperieare
from .-ct._ ba.d..pgb ..,.._..pct _. Dab __:._'." au ywsg ,
I* line operating daily through sleepers aid.4d It.ae.N .,. t.... ,- p... which shows that the little creature.poses. Daily M retropoh&
ff -The Re**C.::.se. y..=:ts.nrt ibis p>blicat iie. with a _-&aIe *. S good bit of wisdom after alt I I .
New Orleans.
Jacksonville to selm.nm ....(_bM4rW tb a.aM. T. M Ibm the ollo ... extnnrdraarr
mil a... eiist tar s 1'isHi tmi: Flu..bleak below aid red to la ...cnal Reonr had been aaaoyed for some time by a I 3t
C..JackveaTille. Kla.vita.at ceala Uer aM". slit to eele<*4 tsar .ea >nr*.MItki > family of mice which lived la the walls UM .
,.. ,..... I
.rt.- k. a. .w a '
i.I 1St 5.-cut sat aid M... of the bedroom. They my Semis '
Leery_-- bay w aut.t. Ilia 1Ved1" i
.particular a*.rti ...will nasty"'1 clothes, disturbed my sleep and ....1
For full information and leeper reservations call on any agent of the ...ail llastly_.....'_a b.a.df'I UtSara.b.d. ...x'M e they grew to bold .. to go lato thecaaary't
.eea'.r aI Times
I Seaboard, or write s.k.ag Fbrids..a ..... ; mon
s *ra ed .salt 3* cage aid cat up Its my
ceauw wriietoday. i"l>m"laduttriil patience gave out and I determined toIs

A. o. MCDONNELL 1St. ,* y s. iitiactsoa llle, FIa. f Record them. I bought a trap sad set It by $5.50 a yea. *
the hole la the wait For a. sights
S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Agt. i Jaeboanik. ( caught a mouse, t... several day Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly
l t pared without retching oa.. although
b+d .....,t,. .. .. '..r. .drt.ad.s.. Ni .&.t..rp. they were atlll there. for they kept up Times-Union both
J == 1 their DOl.... althnnch DOt comlsg Into one year. S2.OO.
p room more.
my any
| WAlTtm B. GRAHAM JAMES M. JACESOX. Js. S L PATTER5OS. i Centrally Locatea -I road that the trap was all right. >
t .... dot I\-.t s.c .aM '1"Kt a.. ThePioneer but the hole la the wall had been closed
C from th* Inside I pulled the Blllag oat. The Pompano Inn
.. It was aot easy work for It had been jtit.

Dade Cow: )ty Abstract (?o. I E. A. FORSELL PROPRIETOR evidently made of bits put of there plaster to and stay rubbish sad was I fleComb, Prcprktoe, j

kept the hole open with the trap rinse
Pompano, Florid \
L' (dCOKPOSUTEB)' to It but nest day tt was tiled again.
I repealed this. clearing out process Bve )

\ SEWELD BUILDISG MIAMI. FLA. time and a.. times the filing was ,.,
RATES $j.oo TO $J.50 PER DA placed. It was evidently the work of th. Accommodation tor gentlemen
mother axMue to prevent her little oae on IT. Produce buyer and solicitor -
Hotel Corner Axenue B and nth from paaalng through what had proved will find that they ca
street >
iI .,._....-h. a._e__.... _aM._o..ritw Ab.ti.t A--""'t..t<.!a..reb..f It .t. i..d n.pt'Y"UY".r..,,_., 1II.t. a fatal gate to n ...,. And I left the cover more territory in a MIAMI, FLA. hole closed for the amle did sot com from here, than from any othe
I I lato my room .....L" .. I poiat o* the lime.I
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... J ....;- ..' i...;_. :' < ..'!L..:__ __ .... ..- -.;-.....; ......... .... ;_ __ _; _. _...__ :.., -.'" -<..,L;.:= .

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OF 1\JI"T.A-Tvyr-r. FLA. .4s ...

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

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

tion of the Fort Dallas National to which the public attention is called, showing continued 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 nth, 19U4.
to i

"' Asstets Liabilities.

I .
Loans and Discounts! . . . $163.955 .-4 Capital Stock . . . .. . .$100,000
Overdrafts. . . . . . . 250 18 Surplus. . . . . . ; . 2.000 00

L*. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation . cooO oo .

Premium on the same. . . : .. 1,437 50 National Bank notes outstanding . 25,000 00

j Dade County Bonds. . . . . 5.000 00 Deposits . . . . . .'. . 262,070 93

s Banking House. . . . .. . 41. 2'4 13 I

.-J1. l'. S. Bonds owneJ. .-. .$$56,625

Due from Merchants National
Bank of New york. . 19.13988

Due from National Bank pf ,

Jacksonville . . I S, 39g 46 !

e Due from Mercantile Exchange ;

s Bank of Jacksonville 7.336 13

.' Due from Trust Companies of .

3 New York . . . .. 7,50020 -

Hue from State Banks and
t t Bankers. . . . .. 10.2908z -

'; Due from L'. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25000. _

Cash on hand in vault . JJ.,6 J 85 \ 53,783 "oo

.;... \ $39O,64O- 65 $390.640 63

;w... #

t.t. I I time she again curteaisd. ,. -
waltlag some
number of Amtdcaai are engaged
-. The C'OIIt'ot' and re-entered tile carriage; the page
In managing plaatatlona.
: Complete Plan-'French UU. work will. be about tliw.ttoo !'then resumed his place', the coachman $5,000.00 jI
whipped up his horses which began tomove j
Uooa Have Been Discovered. which ha been appropriated by
f" Federal Government and( the footmen, running after .
the carriage, jumped up behind It. %
Paris. May 11.-TII. Matla. One new cane of yellow fever la reported '
having obtained at Vera Crux. The loral aaattury !Louis XIV had aa automaton opera Palm i
la five act, with fresh srenes for each.
to.awrepoe4ftIt., a hundred authentic plans of the authorities are dlvinracung rows ;
a ;It measured 17 Inches In breadth. 13.
tifications at Toulon besides ... ea and .atfl'rTOIra. '
: Closed
r. compromising document, that Yellow fever ha reappeared at Me- Inches 4 lines In height: and one lucb. Being out at .
1 lines In thickness for the working of
per begin thus morning the .. where there are now eight patients -

1 tion of the history of the treason at the BOnplUl. Energetic sanitary the machinery. /NEW YORK COST. 1
.. fair which seems likely to exceed work continue The latest reports 'seem. to Indirste
.. --- has about half and
Importance the offenses with that the state split
: Captain Dreyfus wan charged. .half on the matter of detega-m roe
Om April 21 the correspondent! Biscayne Lodge K. of P. national convention and wUi _*. d It 150
f' Miami Fla. May 13. 19114. ;
anti-Hearst men u
ceived a latter.written In queer Hearst and
.j. Wlierea It ha pleated the Supreme ;that 80 far aa the delegate from
Preach- ._..ltaUd Jargon sad > body.
-FagoU. Pliers" telling him I Chancellor. of the Universe to' 'take this, the third congressional district. i Mens Nobby and Up-to-date Suits :
Sand ,
from our midst Brother Harry
.. admitted that the
It Is
: the strfter, who was employed at a are coaCPl'll. .
%, teL bad been acting as guide to to meet the brethren in the Supreme anti-Hearst men won the d.... The Q,; Made of Summer Weight Cheviots,' Home

.t*- Ipwsoos who had com* to London. i Lodge on high. That; therefore we regret be losing ItReaolved. ourbeloved Journal confesses It* dUappntBimeai i \ spuns Wool Crash and English Cricket
of not account of the personnel of any
TfcJl a large parcel of document
| brother., but comfort our.elvowith Cloth. Wilson Bros Cluett and Star make
highest Importance concerning t.i of the candidates-hot because It hat
I that be I. Int I -L
the assurance
i i French naval defense Th ,ed that Congressman Lamar's dtatrt --- ---
where we hope I II' I V.
| tented that them a had gone to t home above {t would lead the van for the nomlniI
Beta, leaving the wrker ,...1.... : him wben our work In this worl, I ;I lion of the anti-trust advocate who 1today It: 250--
.. been Batched; be It farther
therefore wanted toJnegoOau tor ) waging the hardest bait]
"; transfer of certain> doesmeats, but I Reaolved. That we extend our deep. agalnt Republican Inlqalty of aa;, Suits Mens Underwear
I .,..petIt, to the family of our la" ,
unwilling to treat direct with man the Democratic raaka. But I" NOW ON ,
,.E. tile French government, preferring : and point to them the happ was a fair aad square fight and lass. i ".001. Balbriggan, Lisle and Fancy Lisle.Sewell' :'

deal with the Malls or some .Ioa awaiting them In the next an much as tile Democrat of the dlitric AT _IIJIB. .
I i mm i i
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: Be It fartherReaolved --*M
: decided by their votes that they dh
Mevtlag the eorreapondeat by a.pestatest. That a copy of these re not desire the nomination of Ml.

Fragola produced K Dtaa n'i -s be spread upon the minutes.. |, Hearst the Journal does not know ot Hats For Men.
Beat \e me lam :
I tills Lodge a ropy who could
of &lie Toulon forte one of them \ two worthier gentlemen
brother and a .
of our deceased cop] the
Preach originals, and otnert have been selected to represent
roplai. mad at the Italian war tala.. "" each of the local paper. expressed sentiment of the Democracy Tailoring
:: try. H. also bad I. ... possession WM. of the district than the delegates-elect
F' list of plans of Cherbourg. Breet an j jI. U R. ItAILET.R. Dr. F. G. Renshnw and Hon. C. L .l.
K. CHAFER. 100
Toulon, with typewritten I Wilson. With preferences Judge' Establishment
alleged by Fraxola to have ........ Comm tt.e. Parker., they are yet free to exerts .
'from the German staff, concerning t. i .their beat Judgment In the nominatlo MENS STRAW HATS.
of The Electric
I. marking of batertea of nrUUerr. The production .'if the Democratic standard burn,
was also a letter appolatlag n ,.... at the King Theater. Hammer sad the Journal feela that they _'. You will) find anything ---
Westminster Gazette. i you
woes at the Thnrinter Hot Berlin to says be safely trusted to act for the best 100MENS
November Unsigned -X.To u.. aa extraordinary piece of me Interests of the party la this respect.. wish in this stock
..... constructed for tile mni Inscribed TellFrtedrlrh from other States will
wan attached a card The delegates .
schata"The I t of Lout XIV when n child. It t tie elected shortly now, and It will I shoes, which we are now FELT HATS.
of small coach drawn by _
I ai8t84 a
be to forecast' the action -- -
,Matin1 rorraspoBdeat a.> noon possible
rragoU a few aUUinca and p bonea. In which WM tile Agure of .if the national convention with a reasonable having; a sale) of at our
him to leave the document In hi j lady, with a footman and pace be- degree of ....na1.1'.t. .-Petmacnla 200 i
I According to the account given
...... In order that an examination Journal. store.

them might be mad. The French next morning I M.. being Camus placed the at constructor the extremity this of The primary etectmn balkit. left ."........ ."........ ........... MENS CLOTH HATS.
to the emkaay. '
attache declared \ table of a determinate sire, the'ra from Taesdav'a election owing to z=:-. A
where tile their length CD inches and number
marked his whip' and the i
to be absolutely genulae.
them Immediately set out. moving names of candidate thereon. ar> -) 3JOI1N .
When elng sought for by persons to send to -
TO FREVKNT YELLOW FEVER. .. leg In a natural manner. .
I .. carriage reached. the edge of the 'riends I. othr State aa curiosities .

.. Healtt Will It turned on a right angle and lorn pareats have laid ballots away
Board of BRO.I31O312
: J .'..,. male Infants to show, ? SEWELL &
: Energetically.Mexico "- ....... along that edge till It ar young m
}f ," opposite to the pla-. where the hem when they (the bojri become
and -otera what wa voted at the first .
r CltT",.Mat 17.-The : wa seated It fHen stopped 16
Board of Health' will eater at on* ,I page, getting down, opened 4ke Uat Democratic primary hence election tbewtuillots isrMrida FF1E>EEE>FFEEF>E 1FIFFEEIE E f':1FE: IFFEEE
an active campaign. to ....... !I i upon which th* lady alighted Twenty years
epos another outbreak of pillow ,fever I Ith I! ..ID& In hef" hand a petition which will be viewed with I maxementJacksonvtll 12ib Street. MIAMI rL*..
isthmus.of Tenauntepet, where .* presented with n cut..,. After cMtropolls.


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