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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 20, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. 1, No 137.; ESMSL.: MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1904. fiSSlT: ** Price 5 Cents

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BROWARD I EXECIT1VE COMMITTEE. ARAB KIDNAPPERS i IA RECORD BREAKERIs WILL INSPECT .\TTLEF1 ELDS CLASHEDIN

Of Stale" C.n\.a..ln. Returns .In Ja
. I' Today Will Take Pleasure Trip.
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j Albany N V May, ?>=p.paratIOQIIa.
Th. UfnioirMi. Slate Executive now nmiplete for the ten
days' ext -
t IS AMAZED I I Committee in meeting in Ja'..onvllle Capture American aDd British Sut- the Continuous Rain cf 1 Sh!:: Last t riimi.m of the legislators who will BATTLE

today for the purpose of canvaxsingthe : make
a tour the Southern
of battlefields
, Near T \ few Dd's.i
jests nqlers.I .
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return of the priraary election 4 under the auspices. of the State
, held May, JIt In all iountle! of the > Monuments' CommisiilonThe party I .
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State I which mill leave New York, by special
f f8fitisl I I
At Hon. G. M. Brown Declaring The Democratic Eiecttive Commit t : i I train tonight will Include. Senator Japs Meet Russians and
;l tee of the Second Cuagreii ional district S And Assault Homei I the P arb''.- i!i j Mon Thai Tea bckes 04 Water He fal- j Runes. Malby., E. R. Brown,! Steven. ,

For Davis.CAN'T to also meeting In Jacksonville Walt Vessel flat COM to ImrslJ ate I Mill, the Past Week and (die Vttole CiMidiell. W. U Brown and Grady J and Both lose Men. t
r' the of
f. today to canvass returns the Senate Clerk Wblpple. Speaker Nixon i
!i primary for nomination of a candidate the Matter. tdkkk Is Strlotrs.i i I! Cwatry Is rloodt4.i and Assemblymen Rogers Burnett.

for Congressman from the Second i 1 Phillips Palmer, and Assembly Clerk ,

district of Florida i.' Bnter. It.... expected that Gorer--
The rule adopted by.the Rate Committee i I S nor Odell would go but It I* now somewhat JAPANESE OUTNUMBERED
f UNDERSTAND IT at the meeting held in that city Paris. May jfl.-qblted States Consul :i It I. the general: opinion that h- t' doubtful. .

last Jaunary. concerning the canvassof General Gunmere at Tangier confirms rala ..f the last few dr ha 1-... n Ra- Tb. itinerary Includes Washington
the returns for all candidates voted by telegraph. the repotted capture of j presented In th:; city and secliia.I Richmond. Chattanooga. Lookout -

for in the primary election wa as follows an American ciMMna\ and his .t JHO. I Duffefc this time or since n-jruar arm Mountain, Vlrksburg. AndemonriHe,

" And Thinks There Must Be a MistaleSays : by brigands t&itT* that it to the up to noon today there has been a'fraijj.i and Mason with trips to the battlefields Bat Retired In Good Ordtr-R ssldl
"The Democratic executive same band thai liptured Harris thei '
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county more than to in e of
i preelr neighboring: ; to each.
f. Brown Had Pledged to committees of the various counties i i London Tim omwponaeat, last :; vtion. over threw ...."tI.M of UNni forces 32.000 Strong and Jape,
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I shall at noon on the sixth day after year.j 'll falling sine nix o'cUfk UM I TO CARE FOR WOUNDED. i
Him aDd Had Adv1sed4HU; friendsTo such primary or sooner If all the returns i i Besides captlpng the men the brig1 I. .. I --- ese 20.000-RnssIans Claim the

Vote for Hun la Preference to are In. meet at Ue county courthouse '1 and assaultedOhe kerlcaa women of the party Rej cite from the eojn'rr: state lut! i American Surgeon Talk About In-I I Credit of a Victory. Though They
and publicly canvass the returns British and representative .
In Naval
I the land la many places s o.erCoc: a Any Other Candidate-Jennings and declare what candidates i I are making MCptlr effort to obtain put the road bar bon considerablf I : Suffered five to Osc-JapsNow .
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I have been nominated by majority vote the release. fl he captives, and the j damaged by ....bOIl.*. In some I Washington I May JO.-Never since
;. % VST8.Support Brtmard. but this I for each county office aDd in whatsuch Moorish atBoritle* are assisting I plaeea'belng Impassably the development of the modem Ironclad Landing at Takoshan. West of
cases a second primary will haveto themji I has the medical department of
previously state I nanr of the
Month of Tab River.
% I Be of Utile Coaseguenu.captata I be held, and the chairman and secretary I crop have been practically destroyed I the Cnltftd State Navy had so perfectan

II of said committees, within! two I BHTISH WILL ACT. i Ubooih at'present' the extent of Injury opportunity to study the terrific effects -,

I days thereafter shall certify to the : GiBttar, May SO.-A British torpedo cannot be determined ud It will haseveral I' on shipboard of modem .short, 5;
chairman of Ue state committee from I gunfire a* that presented In the ,
, f I boat sailed.. today for Tangier* to day after the rain ral.ddesbefot7 Tokkv'!May W.-Tb t
following official
i.- N. B. Broward. candidate their respective counties and to the i aDd fatal struggles for life of lbs
this be
can told. ,
act la connection with the
kidnapping statement ha
r senatorial committee wheresuch I' Russian of the and Ko-" Just been tonedher
district crew Varlac
for Governor says he cannot understand j Tbs weather bureau at Washington :I I t
of aa American citlxen named Pertdkarto. *: "A section of
Infantry of the
Ue result of said j rietxa' and the has been
exist department
:: the statement attributed to Mr. primaryelection till i
yontlnne* to predict fair weatherfor
; and his stepson, CromwellVartey. Lisa Tung force went la the directionof '
f ... Brown win in their respective eountleeshowing waiting with the greatest Interest MM
; Brown that ( ) rapport ( British subject by armed ; s stem Florida bat as the peopleof I Shanchnsaa: and met
;" Hon. R W. Darts for Ue office aad Inanswer the result In such precinct, Arabs beaded by a notorious brigand D de county can attest they areaway the report of Dr. H. D. WUson, of the Russian Our two sections of
to a question by a reporter atl j jUe i I and shall also certify to the to Ue : chief off from being correct.: Ytcksburc. This was received today) officer Infantry.and four' casualties were
chairman of the Congressional committee by Surgeon General Rlxey and It ii one me killed and
Jacksonville Metropolis said: Sea .
lea stale )at a bright rainbowappeared \
'I do not understand It at all" ,' such rveajfl bg the candidate CONFEDERATE: REUNION. j IB the eastward shortly after said. to be of the greatest value not!eight casualties men wonnded. The Raaalaa
.,.klLly..PDIHIM Mr. Broward. -I do |,fur Member sjflfl Kis. and from the mark this morning and they say only for the technical lessons It teachi' were one officer aDd forty

act \pU... It and win not believe It'':ranao4jf! < R from the various Writ Be Held la Nashville. June II to that a rainbow I* the moraine I* a e* bat also a* conclusively: sustain Ing !I to fifty men killed. The landing ot .
' Broth i elf. matlayta State executive _alt- It lacl...... the statement made by Captain Marshall Japanese troop at TaXusban wa be-
.. until I War it from Mr. ) J j, ore sign that rate U not over bat If "
JJ-ff that he was closeted with MrT 'tee shall at 1* o'clock, on the SOU The halted Confederate Veteran on* appear I* Ue afternoon tie COB of the Vlckiburg as to the tender gun yesterday.

Darts her I* J&aoBvUh> for some day of May list meet la the dty of win meet U aaaaal reunion In hash ditto** will be favorabley It U to be assistance. to the Russian crew. ADDITIONAL INfORMATIOXNewChwaatvAiay

(tin. Just preceding the taterrtew. tat Jacksonville and decide and declare vIDe June 14-lf. Arraagemeato for hoped that they arewrongUto! report bearing am that Incident. to -
I think UM most have .... what candidate have bee nominated the meeting are far better taaa ever follows: alatljTac TheJ
reporter .. ronaeMto*.\,for we hare bad rain .. : SI (.u4JUo ali-"": .z .... '--
I.-. what-he-- yatatfuf r _for i a u ,flyed i States r i r Senators" ; >44S M*1 '.... t ... ...tbdr. eeew It&M"rnlal'r "' Tl1rnipores.ltiilfipF: "'ttedtf Iibas ts't't"r"f, ," -'Ii I.::.(.
effect wlU It bare U Mr. office* by majority vote, and la what old .comrades-on the campus of Vasdelhilt Varlac bad returned from and .-
thousand
men came upon thirty-two
Brown should support 3r Davis* ruch -.. If any, second primary Inc> University, and It to expected DADE COUNTY CULERY. !fight with the Japanese fleet, and baa Russians I. a strong position
That I do not know* said Mr.Browkjnl. neces.ary. The decision a. to can'raw '' that every state of tne South will be anchored 1 was directed by the captain Monday sixty miles went of Feng

It U Tosri to ten That ei-" and ra'!-% tf th.- county comt ilargely' represented. First Car Load Goes Vrth la a Decorated of the ship (Vicksburg) to go oe Wang Cheng. It being unwise to
.feet It will bare, but I do not bell.... t mince shall be final as to oust'i I The Confederate Southern Memorial Car. board and offer to do anything possible S risk battle Ue Japanese retreated rapIdly -
his support would aid Mr. Dam a i candidates. Including member of the' Association-that oC the "Mothers of In assisting. to take care of the and In good order

great deal. especially since be has ai j Legtototire before such primary. the Confederacy who never ceased The Brut carload of celery ever t ._.d.. .. The Russian commander t'nofllclal Russian auptaoritle as,
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1 said before advised Ue voter to I "Upon the final canvass of Ue vote.., I their labors after, caring for the sick 'leave ha!. county passed, thnmKJaeks.rville oa.repted t the offer and requested me to a pitched battle was fought: but that
'I'Ote'0f'JD@ if Dry could not vote ,for cast In Ue said primary If It shall appear and wounded, but went right on erectIng yest.play. says the Time:: K" below where the wounded were beIng there was considerable htm on both

. him and assured me and my friends I that by error or fraud. mor monument*'for the drad-will bold I'ckn. The n.l.ry was In a Conltner-. : carried Hide during: the rla..h. Cossacks haraiwed -

, M.st ke would support me In the seo'olSpnmary. votes have been cast in any county or their annual convention The I'nited I tal Fruit Express rar. No. istB'aO.m "The medical .fnwr from the1 the flank of the .1..n....... but
r But It be should support -I precinct for United State Senator atj Sons of Confederate Veteran will ao e.thxr: .ldeof the car was a !arc;e S Krenrh. English: and Italian ships they were checked when the main

: Mr. Davto. Mr. Brown does not j any State office than could legitimately bold their annual co-ienlion, with placard' five feet wide and slx'eea feel acre on board at work. they having: '"'''' of the Japanecwere gotten: to. cad.
t. own or control Ue people who voted be cast In such county or precinct r promise of More active son'Ire and lone atifc'lrally painted by Pierce arived before me a* their ship were Plb..r. a ;

a for him and he will IDol that should I the State Executive Committee shall zeal I than ever before, hence the importance Hard.. at )Miami bearing the follow am'hored much nearer 'the Ruuian :j
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he BOW advise them to do so to the have power to correct the returns from of this reunioo .s second to ing. In ndorHitt : hOn deck were most of the dead an HOSOVO REPORTS ..

r exact contrary to what .be advocated said county or precinct" as to such office none In the history of the organlzajtlon. i I car Dad County Celery they had U-en Instantly killed at the 4J!

; ta his own candidacy for Governor so as to Justly" declare the resultS .,Grown b)' s. C. Littk-fVld. llttl- Rive guns: below the wounded were being: Toklo.! Mar, _*.Admiral. HMKOTO..

.L Uey will not follow* such a lightning of said election. I Reasons not heretofore appealing to Fla C .n.-'grwl to A. Canejjlmo. Phil-! <*red for each medical. officer selectIng I' commanding the third squadron reports e
artist*" S the heroes of the Confederacy should a convenient place to dress them.It .
cfaaag delphla.. : Pa. ShlrpcJ by A. X ll.ir- that with his squadron'a
Following Ue announcement of Mr. ''f bestir every Southern psntoC An Impression nett' ; was Impracticable to do more than
. A FTGITIVK FROM Jl'STICE.Is ing: the landing: of troop at an'nn'kno -
> Brow came a statement that Governor prevails that only a few more The car of celery I with the lane I., .,i --h.C; oflWlCt temporary ,t' "'n place proliably Tal"nhan. it '

Jf'II.IDP111 lend his support to i of these general reunions will be'held.. 'I' sign on f"lb.'r" side of the. car. attrated na'nre a. i_. is so many cases was effected yesterday. He bombarded '.

. Captain Broward and endeavor to G. W. Williams. Jr. fnder Arrest I and as this meeting will be the Bret I a (treat deal of attention a* It rolled 'needing Immediate. attention and ales the nismt and a party of m rm..
, throw the State machine his way. At Pensacola.G. i since the death of that matchless man. Into the local yards.CONVENTION 'It "as not known but that the Japanese -
raiimr the Japanese flax: at i o'clix I kin
This .. roUIng more the could be W. Williams. Jr. the young man I the only l Commander-in-Cblef while ese ,, resume the fight at My
The nf
the morning landing: troopsas
f'' oat of Ue august Governor who has been held In Ue city Jail foi j Ilvlng.Cen. John B. Gordon It will befitting ADJOCRNED time a* the Russian ship had not surrendered then commenced and aconiplishelquickly. .
;; his aid to not expected to materially several day on the charge of being I to de his memory honor by the when she returned to the Inner .
effect the Issue, a* it would be suspicious character was released b) i|largest attendance possible. At this I Without Nominating a Rep.obliean f harbor
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. sore than offset' by o" .Brown vote Mayor Pro Tern Maura when the case | service Judge: Thomas C Jones, ex- I Candidate for (k>r error.Springteld. "No attempt was made to perform .
I Tien Tsln. May :'>.-It to sana ed
and combined with that''at Mr. Mays. came up for hearing says the Pent Governor of Alabama has been selected ; operations and as soon as dressings
which It I* known will.go to CoL Davis cola Journal. to prepare resolution, In honoring : III. May' 2O.-All .taadl- 'i were applied the wounded were put In from authentic Russian sources that

.win give him aa 'overwhelming Williams was no sooner at liberty Gen. Gordon. dates<< for Governor before! the Republican boots and taken to some of the foreign: the Japanese army on the Yalu riversustained .
a severe' defeat and wa
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majority ta the second primary. than he wa taken Into custody by Ue The orator of the day will be Rev State convention agreed: toadjourn .blp. as the Russian captain Intended' .
driven back to Febgwact: : Cllnn:; Adispatch
county authorities on tae charge of & McKlm. of Washington D. C. who till one week from next Tues I to leave his ship and sink her I offered containsan

JURY' OF INQUEST. being a fugitive from Justice' and served In the army of Northern Vie day. after the S8U ballot. Only one to send any wounded on board j announcement from New similar Cbwang to the above
$po ballot taken .
lacked up In Ue county tall wnere Be I glnla, a most loyal Confederate and avery was today.This I the United States steamship Zafiroi
.... emanate'rom reliable
.! ____ ballot reunited follow s mhlch Is. said to a -
win be held to await Ue arrival of eloquent speaker.It as : I which was In port as the commandIng -
: la Cash Murder Will Meet Again This Tales. 43.; LoWd.... :392; Deneen.3J source.DAPS .
A to d State steamship -
the Mississippi authorities. deputy earnestly requested tad urged officer of the l'.1+
;; Afternoon. sheriff left Natches Mist, yesterday that all Camp report promptly to Secretary : ; Hamlln. 113: Warner S3: : Sherman / Vkksburg had (directed me to ,II LAND AT TAKl'SHAN.

morning tat he to not expected to L. R. Eastman tie number of 4'; Pierre', i. Daring; the ballotall proffer her service for the wonnded. I London. May JO.-The Japanese legation -

reach here until tomorrow morning Veteran for whoa free entertainment candidate were In conference) sadagreed I I The offer was declined with thanks by | this morning received the following
J The coroner's Jury empanelled last Several telegram nave passed between : to to be supplied.Remember without debate to adjourn. both the captain'and the executive officer official dispatch from Toklo:

Monday to Inquire Into the neath of the local authorities and those I the dates Jane 14-U. The motion was carried 1,414 to M.I I II I they Informing me there wa sufficient "Portion of one army commenced

DIB Cash who died from a cat wound In Mississippi regarding Ue rase. The low rate of one cent per mile each I j room on the other war ships. landing at Taknshan C.west of Ue

Inflicted at Pompano the week before. The young woman who came herewith way, plus 15 cents, with aa extension DELEGATES DIVIDED. "I think Ihe engagement showed month of the Tale river) '......rclay.*'

and which adJoumed'Uat date so as William to named' Mrs. Carter privilege of several weeks upon the On Cburrh of Cumberland Cutting I II that It would be Impossible to attend I, -
to allow the snmmoning of additional and she ha her two young children payment of M rent for the deposit' the wounded during an engagement New Chwang. May 20, 7 a. m.-Reports 1.
With Noc.... Presbyterian.
"jiUts, .'.. win meet again this afternoon with her. William Mated Saturday and care of ticket by the railroadMeta. I I'I'I between modem ships unless. the ..amI. ; of the Japanese retreat to Feng
at the office of County Judge night when arrested' that he and Mrs. has been given I --- her of medical' attendants I* tremendously I Wang: Cheng Is officially conflrced.
Heyser to Balsa their duties Ue witness Carter... become man and wife since Committee: M. B. Filcher, PresUeo* j Dallas Tex., May .-After the I'I I I Increased. With the presentallowance .

,_ summoned being la town. their arrival la Pensacola. Frank Cheatham Camp aDd Bivouac: I I opening exercise of the genera as- j i the wounded would be LEGAL PAPERS. .'

Cash It will be remembered alteg4 The case to attracting a great den Oliver; J. Timothy merchant; g. A. terlaa Chnrch. this moruloic.: time res1nlar obliged to take entire care of themselves

that he was trying to keep three of attention In Mississippi owing to Cunningham editor Confederate Vet- I order of bnaiaera care 'nter"I i I until the fight was onr." The following paper were Bled lathe
sea from beating another whom they the prominence of Ue family of Mrs. :eran; Edgar M. Foster Manager oil the report of the committee' on clerk' office, circuit court today:
had attacked, when he was eat In Ue Carter. the Nashville Banner. i pity 'and union which was discussed !I OLD MONITIR TO BE DESTRIYED Warantee deed-A. G. McGregor ana ,

hack by MM of them and though he General' Committee: Charles P Frls- daring the mornlnc -- wife and Leila McGregor, to Howard ;
aid he _lei reaoolM Ue man who sell Chairman U R. Eastman, Sec A canvass of the delegates. dlK........' ;i Richmond. May 20.-The United Parry, for ;So. twenty acres In section .

eat him lID did not bow his name.K WILL NOT CHALLENGE AGAIN retary.FRAUNCE3. the sentiment about evenly dirlde
,ose else claim to have seen the Belfast, May 2.-The officials of Ue the guest on of cnnrch ankh towed to Richmond from Philadelphia Deed-F. II:. C. Ry. Co. to Daa1 MoCarley.

cut and on accent <* this It to Royal Utoter 'Yacht Club deny that Sir TAVERN PRESERVED." There are. several prominent and pronounced and to to be torn to piece and for $*lrt. tot 4. section I. tP. 4S, r. "

probable that Ue Jury will tai a TT- Thomas Lipton ha decided to Issoe afourth New York. May .-The fate of opponents to the plan of th. used for old Iron by the Tredegar i range 42.Warrantee.

did Implicating the One men la Uekflllag. challenge: for Ue America rap Tmnnces Tavern" where Washington church uniting with the North< nI Company. The Montauk was one of deed-Fort Dallas Land-
and leave It to the court and I bade farewell to his officers on Decentber I Presbyterian church while. the roamlttee the monitor that were ancnore r I(r Co. to W. H Clall... for t /M, kit 7. blk.

Official to Std the nllty man. i THE COTTON MARKET.New 4. 17SX ha bee settled through made a f..0r8ble..port touch James rt..f'r. near this city, for many I 178. north. Mis ml.Warrantee .

When the jury adjourned last Monday 'York May 10.-Cotton steady the purchase of the historic buildingby salon and It has many staum-h year deed-Joba M. Phillip

ft was until the 90U must. tat Vay 1J-W: June-: July 11.11: August the New York State Society; of the .supporters.It The Tredegar Company bought the and wife to Hal S. and Lester D. Ferris .

finding that they could get to tin: September. lUl: Ictober. IL14; Son of Ue Rerolation. The I 'Is Impossible ts forecast' hVfc ,three ntonlton. the others being Ut"1! for IS aDd other consideration. j

case again today they derided to .0.1 November -; December, list; Jaaaary. win w restored to Its former atnd1I"'j side has a majority until Ue aaal j'Jason and tile NahaaL The east half of IoU 1 and t. blk. L Har- I

thin afteraoa f HOC sad made headquarters Toe .. ,rote. to take win arrive beta la about tare week dee's subdivision.
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GENERAL DIRECTOR Aberaeib R. J. CAshbr K'of. h.. J.VLuamus. E. FOR THE LI TILE or,,!. t CONDENSED STORIES. 1 ALL OVER THE HOUSE. A UTTLE NONSENSE.


lIT 4 TE Or FICEKa.jr. Even the Great __her Cmldflt' K.*.
Atk wu H F. LaSalle. A. L. Wond.rful Ottigns of Snowflakes Cvral G4 Things Fe tM H.WMt -
t.aett..._ .I..1ap All His Cngrgati Awake.. Cmbarraaaiitfl h w Jie m nt e1 the Mad
kn4sty .riser H. C. Crawford..kuutt. Bro n. W M. Leffler. C. D. SHown Under a M.cr..c...*. k....*.. Knew W...
.. ....... __. "lVw of the Ferpt. .
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_"' --" Col'r K C ).IcDol lld. j. A.Uarnard. t.leeper are one bugbears .
::e..uer-A'. \ Bush Would you Mipf] no.i. uiitilitl.e I Paraffin i' an excellent C'1..allol'r. He entered the shop hurriedly l ,
AT$ .--.J -J. B. ."''tleW. Burdinc. '.V. M.Bylncton. W. ... ,, !fljkoi of preacher aid the! Hev. It will Lit hen towel and
P ........_t., rublle .___.-.a.w "no > rj< uu 1r"lIh! ;: t'i.e keep with the air of a man whose mind
E. T. Merrill. Z. T. Kobert I'ollyer. the teteranew ..loili hate and and the odor
'U.' each w
air that flake i I'll 11,11fa1, : : d.iin .- >\I..t. was occupied with a weighty com1 -
. ***mlmtMmrial Ajnculturr .. R. IIcU.outortbsaeralJ Mulier.!: G. York mirn-ter. "I..n feelinglv
I C.II. FvMrtr Bra<1r.: & L. > and that not I n,- ..f i !', i- l.;'e speak] mil depart in the rin-in!! and dry 1 mission Those whom he pa seed at
.... .< Irud.. lalrrul l.pro ...l Bailey B. M. }triers.t". H. 1 !
! | from Uu one occaaion It will make much soiled
another What .. exjienenev. ing. a the door recalled afterward that bewag
- F..4-Tb. bcrrruar, < ptrull..r. Trcuunr.tsmrj !? a ;_ : -i I I ,
6.*....' *M CuBBiMluwr ol Acn1W.T1ae Budge H. C. Morse Fred S. ;' when !I"r.Ward. Bee<-her earthenware ink look like new if formula under
north wind l I" muttering some
.... inii-t < .
"M.td W GonWe.... Brawler G. D. Moore. T. V.Burdine dilTeronl I loThe ". j I asked 1 me to go t.. J I'lyinouth thurihto ruMicd on with a flannel cloth andthen his breath a* if fearful of forgetting .
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tart at stag AKurarr-OiBeral. Tea unr aMC J. M. McDonald W. H.Barkal. many ,
washed' with hot and
: talk hi he remarked water it. He heroically
to the
p of fobilr .strwrrtos. people approached counter -
oC $w.auto.. 1."ClCutlo>e.-TIM ....es ...... F. W. MrKlnnon, G. A. centeriof I II.- -" I -...1.,.
.\1.-4...'.rti jokingly, let u* IIOI'--lh.1 mot of yet with the air of one ..bode"outIy'.i..b..J
s'er55 T oC T..r. Blackman E. V. Nelson Edwin are star* of cirax. -. sit -. I i' ji.o.and > 1 Jhx of with rinejrarinMcad
,w __ o< Asnryllan gad eup.rleas..e.t pla-trr pari it were well over.
them who
to faklic .....-. Challle, W. IL Peek R. J. .-in-le.*. 'Tliex. take on mnrp: ai i were hardworking folk' of water, and will find "
. lewd of Pard.-TIM <.overaor. Iperetan you 1 want to get, he I began boldly
. AI ruw. _ynrr..l sod c.--...,.....- Cohen I. Prout. W. W. more water a< tl.Ih il
.< ..itnciuiuiv.i S. L. and lie felt that a sermon from me a baby.
J. Patterson.
H.Conrad.
Cheatham. earth and all kinds of all.
"" k*e (....-K. E- aI -. MI .-
..craE3IECUl'ILTJ'OOU J. A. Fairish. AHan R. t momlrou l, pi'N it not (melt might"be gratefully n.'\.1. :Salt scattered on the carpet when to arou> > him to a sense of something

Crosiaad. J. G. Rhodes. R. W. i think of much "In the cour-- of mi talk 1 men i-aecping will clean and also keep
UiutS
f. I to MI ; '>ni< ami*.

; f S. JL f.lads T.1wr... "lYrf....._.1"woo." h.ure. Clark P. C Rose C. JRelllT. of the sryst tali hate little II liooU and tinned tin and <.alfl'lh.t it wa, busy nioth That i*," be hastily amended "I

H U. Mswr, AMK-U. Drake Gaston J. B. however a matter which T heee from
my
4 .o..u.IesUos. to Uf of the ,ale .Pte!Wrr..e croeii.. Other have little twijj upon < keep getting) should like tome baby fur red rit.-
n .-. C-Ol.l u4aes.MwW be a4dre.redt. I Douglas E. B. Rush. Dr. W. B. feeling could not "be hurt and thatI moldy wrap it in a cloth that ha'sIs'e'n bed"Tlie
_. eta.f and branches. while, more are feathery ,, -
I.aa Edw.Raulenun. owed tin Mr. .
Dora. J. K. Rumph. to
impertinu.ne-s l dipped in vinegar and wrung ;i',
t girl was smiling broadly now
U. ... 8K1UTUU.a. 1 ErwlB. W. W. C. H. / The prtli.--t of all are formed Beecher himelf. I told them that out almi'-l dry. Keep in a cool ,
1 I 1|I I and two cash boys, a floorwalker
i ... Ju r. Talualvm, J>i-kua<. ",- I Enloe Dr. O. Rnmpb. Geo.I like flowers-tlorcr's in the one Sunday year* before, when I pUce. I 1',
and several of feminine
;. r & *. upkM. a Mal...,. re..ooa. I Fruaen. o. c. Safford. U B. Reside mow l.irJn we hate snow I wa attending a service at old llymutb Knit or darn silk into the heel of 1 I I who customers had. drawn nearer

C.i a.txwlt+alHV: I I: Flanatan R. 8. Lewd !. E. O. I flower. and Mr. Beecher wa thundering seek* or Mocking*" It. ill make involuntarily persuasion smiled in unuon.

.
t .... ItMUMl ,_ r..ds. tile Last "That i is of kno.lit' .
!
i .-..nod-DitrlkAILkXIAU W./ Da.1- ..o.hleCu.. s, tar rpartasa '! J. B.CerUek. Calmer. C. F. changed i>y the rind and the mouture ; asleep in .. front .pew. .irand: bottle that smell of wa getting- course desperate., you "I mean-

gape : A. P. Smith. Julius I **I went on to ay that always be and odorif
l. near the, cloud from whithl I 1)1110515 wig quite sweet |i tome red ribbed-that u-some red
I
tr COM MIMIUVEka.Jf : Glrtman:.James Stoaeman. F. B. they ('OIIIt'00 "0111,1l U after this, .whenever saw a man 1.- left out of door* tilled sub rib for I baby-some bsiby-red

i>o \PG.J.. 11Suizer A. E. : col-I slumbering mot peacefuly through
imagine
sand mold.
that there different
are nr garden !
I IGaatler.
f B. ....-. Key: wolf. Chalraaa.i I 't rib some thunder and suns?
.. L ..... LiIUe Hi,.?. T. N. Sbuaha. M. ors in the ..no..ftllk.11 theemartel mv nv*.t stirring effort! in the pulpit I i Where' the out?"

J. L. Jt _. i j' Graham 8. Bewail. John I would say to axuelf.vell, A Co vo io t-Ba>l".t. way
iuite clear under microscope .
are < "
C. Dllaa. M.*_ Chao.Leadq.srtet. a "1 wonder the saleswoman sail
F sad ...... .. CIMI Rusd a Gartisida. C. H. Seymour. R. H. ana m.n..f'f' who let him sleep: even Ule treat Beecher \ nn.e| and conxemeut lu-ket for'I ,

C T. :.5...... Gramlinc. J. C. .....ell.. J. T.Gaflatt like to study, them.. They'they take picture can't keet 'em alfavjLe.' the buy housewife i i.a mack with al i thoughtfully after the laps of aa
hour "if he could have wanted
or two
B. 1.COHMIMIOHEB. foundation
! F. Shaw. H. aGaotler. ot canilioanl covered
of the DI."IIiti..1; crytal. no i. some red baby ribbon?"-New

t Hka B. BrtUj. MlaaU. R. a Taylor. R. R. that they may ee thMr'l..al11l..1 A T **sal (Jiliah Girl with any pretty: flowery rrHoone or. York Time .J0.-

B1CATOB Ina DISTLICt.aat45d.t Oriel A. M. Turnac. J. LGlrtman even after the snow i jo gone. One Richard Le Ujffa>nne has no muslin and i* generously supplied .ii

Bini4. and 11M c-Clel.) W. H. Tatmm. a aHayea. gentleman.ViIon A. Bentley ofJni'ho. great love for Ih4 tnm-al English with pix-ket*. The four- .sides of A* U.*ITY".iirf <....

, a... B. X. U-*'. Fata ... J. H. Tatuam. J. H. VL, Jia more than i.OOO girl. In his picturtmYe, vivid way the 'UtitLet are haped with rwiDded> I

Hill. L. E. photomicrograph, a* there pieta'! he described herLambs' 0 i ight at the top that become narrow a* they apiprtHMb I

fI utDII OUCrrT BBrBBIEXTATIVB.: RaDt..... J. G. W'atC.. H. 1 the lease w hit-h U .
are calle L .\ grrat big word Jr club, ta New k. Finally square..

xak.. .. [aa, ralt.ta. Hill William. WBortoo. F. H. such tiny thing, i i.* it tint he said : Each: section i i" neatly and firmly

DAD OOCXTT OrTlCEV.Or : ". HethertBftoa. M r.'WhIte. E. L. How pleasant to think that besides "1 ..at walking tlnw .an English covered1with the material and sup

L...,.,. Kl.at..satl Hejier. A. K. A. piled with p""kl't"I' i -r
.r Casar Jsd.-Ally.' Wall. T. its white beauty and the sport lane with an English 44on an August |
--.,- 7. rusk
of uwemlt'CMUt sad a..ed.e.4 Dssdir. Hall. W. W. Whaler H. T. of roasting the now ha* *o many afternoonTl n; shone One such I basket has a big sfanred

. -.self-Jobs. t:. --*c. Hahn F. W. Worlejr. O. A.Hugh. hidden charm TI,.. truly' beautiful through a soft base' in thegreen pocket[ on one tide, a rack for patterns

fetleesa,o C_ ... W. D. Wilson J. LHoner. is in nature, you know, children field many white 4mb* playhe and the like and a needlehooklOB s

( .04'- sEZ'l J. W. Woodwortb. J. T.Jonea always, and it never )I.>-<... h it* charm.A the other with smaller pockets
_d"" ..-- ..
':''ye.wrt C.- ... ... X. E. Wilson R. S. 'It it any wonder: I |a>1. that on the remaining t..o. while to the:;

ti -..soy Hspelst.a .- Kolb. A. J. :JJmu1C.. L. *? from time roam I hare in ide! are attached a generous pincushion -
Cwt poets
,. _z..T. r.rr ..5.555 Y- 1 T MltVy Hvpv lvr*
..... a1 CommtmkamTn-'O' W.diatr.et.CH.wa.ti and various minor porkettj
OoiiMr John J. ioff of Morri. Ill- thirteen made the lamb the emblem f innoO ,
wog Pats Icon F.C.
! A SURE THING. for button and the like. But all'
hJIGN. center *
.. _. I. tflaaIL B. M I> MM. year* of age lM:ran to study
J.4.bw.1L L A. _IIH. 0--.11I these can be varied to suit individual
smiled
L Co.Clerk sad A dtt.t N shorthand laM June and! receivedhis ) The young girt radiantly. 1

...... ...., It 1 I. aM that nothing Is ours exreptdeath diploma of gradual ion from a 'Ijmbii.: he l ..said 'are indeed preferences[ ,. the essential merit of

or .BTBITHciBccrr.: 1t'JlCIAL the basket being: that the receptacle
ciccrr COCK delightful animals
especially
,
and t81tH. kt that I. not alitogether I I
mint with'' will stand "n the floor and be ever
true. Dr. King's New' Disc I Irrj 1'I1k"f'
*
t.te.et.a: Dads sag cIY.._ ..) -- ready at hand.

:tr..".....-.-t. Asses Tltusvlll. for Cunmnipclna Is a mire cure few I
rtw.eeW.r -..,-. O. Bern. Orlv "" I lasstm.a.
AW8tary
.... : all lung and throat trouble Thousands I I ;
;rrt r C. n -L C. De.rf.ra. Ml c.ot<.. Thormomotorm.Tlie .
Fall Ten*of Clmtt Cwilt (...*_a. Fin 1 I rail tn-tify to that. Mrs. C 0.1 I IVsra Douglass Kol>in.Min had a caller
.
......,. after FoartJi M .pnac '1''.... rind M.W.r slur Metre of Shepherdtown. W. Vsv. an opinion concerninga which wi'u! rusfln% wj .Im..t
lIeMA, .. .priL contemplated base in real es
says "I had a severe cane of Bnmrhitlsand pur thorou DADS: COCSTT," c )rkT. tate. "The agi-nt i i. a new man in
f<>r a year tried everything I heardt. 1 re"tairaiit-: focus, fate
""'JJ..ar.- L lime. MTatt the field. .explained \ i.. lor. Ills
P-.ec.tlnt ,,_,-.1. T. oad.n. ii issa.WJUterT.rsFlirt > hut got: no relit One lx>ul)" of Dr kitchenMoft: mo.lern ho9'1"-
Va day 1..1. .....,. circular states that the lot. he offersnee !
...' ."' .. ....- 11'-.' I. April5tssertersPITo King* :New' OiM-oirry then cured! meilixoluteh .* net'Cn-t-

Hauer I. JulyII. Its Infallible for Croup tit'., and tl'ex are to be found\ in any
.
.:! Teno-Frw !Mood. M U.tnhe.T.S. sirable.Vliere. /
UllDO'FlCLCUIl'ILLL:! xVh"o|>iuj: Cough Grip. Pnewnoni I" house irni-ltin:? Jioti. They rte! -
I \a \ nr.t !ou ; a_e and it It' I Iter wale of tenperature; whuhonicwhul
Coawimptlflta.
Try guar a
tttrtVft.'CHCBtH "
B. A. Chubb Kobin>on. i \\ .i.-J low-! ti') .x .>u Uke my .
I w. ...II tII.._ 1&rCI-.. snteed l.y all dnmtn Trial bottle; S, J vcrei!- 4'H deyroe*. In
OIlh of the' line. ton' a I'xe j
I r at. ) nrooklm city ijo- -it. e 't"-n studying ,j:
DIUCTOIIT. free Regular lzm V*. and }I *>. NJWUY : *d.ltiin: t'-y imhi.ite at what teni-
"U.\I' iitr witlj the! i It roffit :? 3
7t. |
..1'Te1'.C xi .rree- f'r.S't *'loud! bettm
-ra''nre meat
: !
"
4oadar ,s.rsTtt! at !1 u':io.LJ **T"-n mile*. I i j HI"--I:: 1 i .:.1. t'e' pr /.,*.,>r'. ;
Fte.rSMe reset'
.. .. .. 10.55p.4uern 'O\FFmR-\TE:' PET :XIO.V' :' RATE? "W,1.! :\I.II.n \l.i. tin 1.\1'.._.
el
.. ...... Ie ra sprit : t"
} 'Lday .e.rlpm.wedtie.dar ......... _,......., "Th..rlar.I; !\ will need Jraitv- ton: :a! :I. I. -t. !11! .. '_f>; ."'. "it
.'. .11015 Wdl.lt I. ; fratr.: '. 11.> Ili'! .!r.,'- ; !Neef r. -
atcIo' t in!!. jini->.ai J r. Kathy-'tn.! "for of nir : >r ')':r le--oii-, I la-; s -ek. .
J '-w 11". F..searo.. P.sr.KMvrwrt'tr I H ."<:'.iuar"!> F.t\a: T)', .011-:1. T"nt <;flirrii"; : ;.i; ,! |I' r.'. i! "..1. I ht .
tiio-t-, lotHrein thetlaiiiuj i .
> ran.
Itfot. ?.poL t.M'S. .r-.r .... .1 1'inifmlriat., \'rteraTahshn! "'**- .;') ,'. .r, :: i 1.. I" t'\ 11' i
wY ... -.....yr .-.... ".'n.-. -:N. w York Ti t l."-. WVal Same C.Ha Fear. J
'A?) C ai r 1.t4 11 p 11I.. ....noIA y "."hol.. .. .f Tn -. 'n 1. May 14. 1'K'i! -Su:>..k-c"-rt to 4.-" .1!<- "- -. '.. .i.. 1 C." t .;I' u; i... .t I"' 'etEi. |

"........'se III U .11I. tpoer -. 1..5 1 .Mi.rrJ I Ort'ri :Xo' 4 : ......Oni'emenrrr. i <.<.rr.scVool I',". 1-i.. ,. ... I nO' \\.1: .'" .,
F' .
C' p. !i.
;.rt.cttna..t: 1I.Ip. a. c nrs.o... How H. Kept the Plsd' *. .: : H tt.l- ? nll.t.tr.'IIfair

-' e '' .- raM'l; ai ,'roaclilp3'. loeal l in I'? e.,1'r. .\ f.>.- T.it.! ,- Mr- ll..ti-r.-kcr] of tI.! .r.'; '. _. ,., 1 ., .. ,.r. ..; .. : .'t' Lt; I"* ., ath' j

..."-.....E_: (_"tfra h'!H... l.:'II...rn.t..<\o.At-ao...k a m C ...".1"n". Ill." I... mi.'-t'i: ..r the C'.nf. -ierare "e-t.- n'k-; .UK lie a- >-;"t.-< --f"iiiiv take._* the :>.ihiil".n. Ann.i u..1 l to; tell of Of:iy! : 1 I..>. t't' v.-ivr-" : 111 u < ': "I. .... I ",.1.. .': .. -' ::..;; "01..1.L :

t..,: 'u .... .....llM al '"' P a. _!. Ri-u-in'.1'! .. M< h east-cues at dt :>0,11 ".n. in Mn.n'it! n :1 en -, ( 'i.i t :. >1'. : 1., .. ..u t i. u-?\ .1. .. ".' 1'1" ( t. .- '

.oftlt t'act' ... t+.. III,_. Ja.I.. e.1" h.. .5.wtI.car .../. s\I: T.-i.n' June 4-K; The r illiaxe ce vhrreiu tiu-r.' \ .ia rjj.tl l r* an t' 1 roi.ip: 'I! i.n, 1:1: H.irl in/ whom l I.", ':' .'. ,. i I..r ,. .:- ;n ttCoe1'Riddance. : :": ti.I :hr t'. fr'nw: tI j
erar .r t. fhe! hi"l. 1 I iiictil, II') -, the
in !n -
spm .. : tiniferam .
... .... ... r. ',,. ; O\l.1.-\.. ....' _' l i ,. -j
r..al. low of tine of .11.-\ '
itr a, mt : *'''+- 'IA a n-.ra. .rcistnrNP a rate ex innr.ation 'r "- |'liiL-: .-. I 1- ;- i I I.V": ; I. tn. 11.'a

:..t[ .IH"RI!'.- tote; fr us. and ft is' can Uo," i.r.. .. .. ; ..:, ..oinin: -
r E. A .-... B. ...-1If" '."' __ ;M'i-i'-I -hoa: I to hn: some : "
? ., etnkute6... liojt.il that a* many a. ru-.able witiTil .- .V "v ,' ov lf .
,y.,..- 'r-iP' f '-r. >II.TrrTElK -.": ".*. rr titji.- :ah'rttarl. "I am !;!!jil to ce \v: i. 0)r.) ,, ; : 'r "j"jIU 1
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r-.ntnr : '
M. n H.4t rlr..r trv ,- .-\rrafil.I..I. hate fw 'n mart'" A Great Kite Exhibit. th.itou r.' knpiT.. ,' the cloL'e." .. II vii 1 !">_' i 'f' ;. it l.tti* 1
7's 7 ;1
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i-Zm. B'h; r.r< Mirt Oi'H J.i .(eta -Tai! .'hw man J. '. nvl.iu !! .\ wa.onaiilo" article: in the April > 1 1'j 1 I i-1 '
*-**"*. '..."h. .' ('... .r .in-| r "I tit. tt -'m. )I.i,> rt'.is..d': il. "but . i '.T_ to ne 1 1iI'

I. ". .*.r liver..tr a'" 1"Wit N. FLU.?.. R.,,-l.t ..- <-arr. tli.. Veterans' ana th.":.r friend-! IJili.iiiv; Monthly Magazine: 'I..- jt .mi; uii.iiiy; ".''rib.: mij'iu:' hard : j i-.r'i.! ,- I o .. .. I' .iof :: .. ." ..1.1 1. HO.r. tL,':* 4

r-.TTaaian. U'lt at'-it..., Art.I- nil Ih-m to :Xsvhxillo' : Thf.irncfhef R'n''oo tlw mngniiicetit; cnjif-'tion; : n! I'- -nri'lx ,t hniMlri'l) liiiu1 i. 1 2
icii
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.d ".art t1f.t-.rr.......:.r ......65 J' : stn tn, lit for their; ...x..lu"p! use. and! C'lunc-e Lit ein the New V.irithi.i: 4 ljv : I',- n\: sat I d .n 10:....|p : ,' "f .... 1' : ': '1'Te: .tnil .

t I,. F .o'''. r..u. ';: i.-at. Ja111'1'\ .. Sund-y niRhtUK ; !Arum! of Natural! II ""InnTn the from breakin': v hrn I want a I .if -,' '. .1! .
r
r : ;: -;,lave.. r vr i rte and tw-e Rat"-tr.fi lltt !'-' at "' '" p n1."ia the Dixie\ average Ameneaa boy who think-1 'ri;rl.! ito r.'inoti'V r chat I Ui I"- pood : V' ; < > r I' i- -o .tl

a. F.'If.'r.s'. .erfSV.rdovaw.e<*-.aaey river Rout" Bnyonr tickets that of a kite a; a rinqile: tint frame 1 pl.un-: is.okaV. -. *1 K: fi'ur.ba! > itiiuiu.* or b.. : .x r. x i .' .. I, < n\er .1

MIAMI BOARD OF TRADEPresident. v ay. ar.dor:,.. to 'aoknonvlllp" if pohI. !!- ly r a .
Viin..lion In sha '"L -inh a colev!! loan I. ", t '. -. .. ." i'love j
!. #_ that o lr tlket read an ; (I.. : > :i'i..e : .r .t :r"
: .x t I :
William M Bre"" !I inns .411artlr! Ooa.t Ur.e to Tif- i is a marvel.Ve find them l h.h Easy MO"1. I : r. u. ... : -1..1 ., ",...

First VhPrere;.. Soulhrn 4 Florida toM grottuc| and artitiiof pr.at.i- ,Trt;-n I It. IJ.x ;k.-!< !i-r w! ile J='Ilf- n. '! I
XVPr<. M.nt. J. of form and -
"A.' ond rn-tx most ingiiiMulvninde. Catches U: >
,,. (".-tral! of Ooorpia to Atlanta ; inz l.ivtrmiv ldv .. .
... .. EV BUckuaa.'Miirur ?" (I one a \ oiica< '
!I.-.t. '
In the cxluhit tin rl i i- ..1dragon r. 0\ ( : lr.
B B T..t.ra. and the Xsihvlle. Chattanooga Sti.N j
,
T T. 'r.
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kite with ferm-i'v. 1., .j. .
; :' .. t -aidi
R ra rf OrtfTwrn- W.f R"' t Rail: av to :Na-hvtle' the Rat- .. t 1. '. ..r.' ... ; ,. ,
T V U.">r.. J E Uornniu A E. H*- ... R'viiel Th1e find to te red :apni2 mouth pmtrud.ti horn-! r } : ..... .. ., .. :-- i -11! !,-. _
.f.-T.I .
!
..* J B Re11.)". FT H..hn. W. W and eye. that rexohe like pin it liei-l-! .i.,- .1"- IthetM
"', arts .t dtre"t rwte. The
virst n o -
f. n',_ John HewenrrANDiNa It is built like an a<-'r.ft"n an.J,1 f' 1
COt, nTTEFIL. r'i.tsntof. all inmiw mill please re'rt m.t' :New 1 r j'"' t. '
r when ..11'1'1f'l1".1! n ne.ir'v: f'trt !1'i i ijo t I. :-; e\ianmg;':: : j

_'WS-Anr.n w P. ; I'Btt..r S : a' l'Tt1r; a1 ..o iI.I..th" names f t \1'lIz. Krtt flint ( lii'ii I ; ,-t' 1 h. .
u. II ; ; in t tIIC"t i- T>. T. : 'a-t n. it n 'T- -|
.-,< r.. J._ T ; Sermew. and their friid wlio.n a.A
< t al't TiTtK .! a national: pa-tniif.' nl i I.i i t is : ..Ul.'it ""
t;.51.T O At.LluOE5Raney. 'i ,: H-. .v >.-- i ij.-; 1 j.ri'_ r i i.
II M : rtekus F !' a' !'' relI""n.! -n that xnipl' of it an!l i j. a wb..',., .tni of -i:l l'tr.; < ,1'} II ,:: ; L..Cl."-V. -.:. ::4t'n' .. iAM
e. ; i Ii: \-f i i. ; :r'A [ *r'i i t
tc. H&I1W ; Rose C. J ; r"r-rl. k a'roriir.o'at'oT': ran he provided for slit ion. Thikte; : exhibit) i11 -ir- '( .., I ..... ,' !Ira .1. r
t ri _. _
i j'
J tlr: trnt.sr"rt,tiiti \'OI1.m!! please --
example! of what the njiir! : !td! '
.
rrART-Jacks-1. 'r r- ; tai: "
HEALTH AID P.t "" i-o-t tt; is i-irnlii' in a r..nspi"-r the "' ];"':111""r' : :' 2t H* Could. Endur. :
.. .f. .t.T W : B".x. : 1. : I::: V': : .
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It M ,Aar and it" ( fontJtuna of \-ror- .n.i i: .. : B I-I-T. in.i'. \I' n'Terttila ;
rang
Rill. .
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W i '\ .< i- .u xx ,. .' :
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;-V:; .' > j > i ., .1"I '! ..i rli \
lcdi.ard r. ru m Floridp.tisinn. : j ; .' s'"sl! l.jlf hour '
> .. H. r.itinpii !II na'artlie! r.imnandlnr Simply the Whole Shaw. l > 1 !,' ,. t.. -t't'r- IP w.n'i.ii.: : f.r "
r 8'' An-Hn MII.RAPS 1'nt'ed Oonfedri> \V...nr. got t1." ...rof 1:1I.'r.: .: :. :l.frln't .
(; iiun-r.el.l.! olHiilianl
AlND FRFIGHTST.rfr ibl,; : !litll n: ." '' "'I ''. '''11'.1'1'I. '

': E L : 1-rt-er. CD ; Lomrnn. KIT further Information ilatve] to M.ui-Ii.-ld.; al.iteh. 'r i- ;I'M-i ".. N'!... ; ...- ii-. ir t 10.1 "..a;'. the tri-j!' .,plt! thtwVuv

E : Erwin Wm W. McDonald. J A railroad rate etc.writ.. to E. J. Walker. I=Ul' E T : Cb_t- of the \'". \il he split wag a !
(-f-HARITIE8-Brln Kloruls' Pas enser agent t. retell year old, found f.i'ilt', -t'l. .1.' 0' r anal tintiin. coup
cip
J H IXxillas. f. B : GsnNer. T Louis of in'nitrite..nl: te! Bo-ton mm .'
'ra. : \ult..I11.' Chattanooga t St.
: the ictor' small
with The
: on. boy hot ri.'ie i..i tlintu: ;:h, reauii_' tilepr.s.
X : XbMnl*.. C LAGr.ICCLTTRtBU'ks.an. let it at th..t-t"l..lllll Plain
xo
E V.; F.ailway. Jacksonville. Fla. was (pouring hiprievames into hif .-. .. .rlm_ tofir stun th d 11\.I..r. .

M.r .. F a ; Tatum. I. H.; Ortr.n A. Fred L. Hohertson.AdjutantGeneral mothers ympathtie( car when she >*!i. Atte: cup Irelt'erou::111y ,

M : Dora. ,. K. and Chief of Staff. thinking I.) dixert hits,. "Mid : hesii'il l I. -"f\:: l.nn:: br-wigfit to thetal.ie Geed Advie

., PCBUC BflLDIXOS-HorneT.J. a .J....w..n.j.h .; --- "Julian do you know that liihl the tea it n.tt chilled! duruij; "'lie *aid he would !lay the worldt ,
... .. H. n.; luuty. ;
n > UEF BNE. I father i* a great actor, and loll the .. "
iT'tv" feet said the sionabf!
.; "",,, w. H. T.lANCFACTl"RESa1.. II t __ m) impre
) Chen C.: I mother u ed to be an stares. :? ', ,, .. girl. ,

***. T. V.; Conrad 1. A.; RhodM.' R. Will overcome Indigestion and dyspepsia "l d don'tx-areai.l Julian ktoutlvHJibU "7 ..-\" Calcutta Water Ceoto. -Tell him to start with something'

,. B. bowels and ain't actor (but lie think .J. ; r' K'.r: kir, *at'T pure and at an '
R ny
vr ; : regulate the cure any ..:- .-. .. ea'v. answered Miss ( .)'..nflt'. "Tell
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EDUCATJOKAaW.. XRaIl. -; bier and kidney complaints. It is the he"* the whole ...how.-X. York :?-,a> .... .l.L:; .). II,rrfiilie! t'fnl..tun-] wh-re. tl.e him to look after the house rent
w. W.; 0..ttoe. Redmond B. .i.1" .. .-___ _! UMf ... i i.
.
Time. .. !! Maher intrnlu-tttl. there
1AhDe. A. L.:, ".eIb,. io ; AalIIa best blood I'"rld..r and Invigorator In "' .e-.tII.. .,.. : -... and the grocer bill and never mini
alcutta
hIt A. JJIMMIORATIOHBlaekssaB the world. It I* purely vegetable per. I ... .-.ri ,___ ., .1fJ'JJ1 are water cooler that .Jo. the world for a few sears yet.Vahinrton ."-

{ E V. fertly harmless. and should you be a F>*s>tra .. CoM...... nch! ellicient M-rvice in the. far eat.A \ Star.

__ F. .-. Ta_ X H, Dora. J. K, sufferer from disease\ you will use It If "I gnew well have t| have a couple ". .tl WILL T. >a rLATIX aaa ......... wide ni.Mithe.1 gigs- jar with a

.I.Mtaf j. w.XriRTADJMKNT..Rhoa wi... more stati-tical bores on the pro tight t'ttin: ,: .''' .'r. i i. part of the out Star;;::,..
.. R. W. you are .
g the who a pretty hard blow on the head fit. Around thii. ian utr ofH'tm
pammt'.iJ man wa jar The Actre Lotti
Oatrtttdde. c H -. R.oiy, R. N. Andrews, editor Mid manager J-all. Lightfoot
....... IICo; the with a ? M.lt.?r\ which keJ the. c,i.l! )
getting up banquet.How'i | has had with her
I. B.; fa.... John.ADTMTTtSINOW. Cocoa and Rockledge !\ w.. Cocoa. To soothe the lad Mr. Rockefeller a row press agent.
*'"*. 8. 11.' "_ have used Herblne that ?" asked the toastmaster iir in 4nd the hot air out. ror lbickrxnn .- The Actor-What's the trouble?
"I
Fla.. writ.: your
'. F. B.: Byta ttsx K. T.: Btart_.. In famlJaDeI find It a mont to be. Bare him two dollar bill. \ especially the water c....l-.lr The .\... _Whr, when she was

Habertagtda. K. r. my the three The boy' face !li/htened a* belooked .' .. *vm i desirable
It. T.: \Vby. wits want ta a. u"ltl'.n." inif examined in supplementary
It effects ( pro-
TIle WB! Bat at aasab.TA mmmtwrtM excellent medicine. apt come after the bores and there ion't at the note. \ .. of the manner in which tlwt.Orip '\11IIt' the her
nnselt have been a marked benefit. "R hen will be in* hereigain ce< papers only gave I
foOowK play :
aD M ye all
ltfaty Is are enough to go around. -Cleveland germ at ba\.-New York when she column.
A-- W. B. Jaeu. '. x., I recommend It .nhealtatln ly." {Oe. Leader. ?" he said. Mill and Expre: paragraph expected a

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-Judge.
phew.". W. JL ItoI). A. J. Sold by Red Cross Phamacy. ..- i I I
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OFFICIAL L CALL C FOR PRIMARY Y ELECTION I\I' CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE.eUeat'e I:! CONNECTICUT RIVER BASS.I I INSPECTORS APPOINTED. .i?


I I a number of Law caught; this The meeting was called to order DI
+ +I.<<< 'TheRrofessions I'' I Tear in (V>nne..tit .it water a de.idttl Chairman flIer la the city hall. M.ami,

Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May I Dally Announcements and weekly will Metropolla be inlet for tea la dollan. the- ti-te ..f icero-w.ne has been no- Fla.. at : p. m.. April 11. 1904.

or In either edition for H>. dollar :' tutu and in one in-Uuce at LvnieHvtr.il The following members were present

1 10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County. Candidates for County Commlaelontr : |pf
I and mem...... of the school board will be i, after eating; the fii-h. Ba> I Jones Potter. Ljman. King Bull.
Pat2eSiC11 du ET-YftS }
charted one-half tbeee amount that hate l<"eu cooked in SajbrookVelhercl.eUl Filer. Burteshaw, and Kir km an.
!1 A meeting of the County Democratic haw; and shall at once forward the No announcement Inverted until paid
ATTORNEYS AT LAW I ror.I I \ ; and in Brooklyn, I Upon motion Mr Bull was elected
Executive( Committee for Dade county.riotIda. irturus to the Chairman of the Cour I which are known to have been acting secretary.

Will KM***la all eoun atat &A4 FederalTitle. was held rt Miami. Florida. Executive ComnrUtee. -- -------r- -==- > brook have I
/OH COUNTY: TREABCRER.ro caught near Saj given I I The minutes of the last meeting were
aa4rltd1D4 r
...nisi.WtiHlcw.. 1..111111& en the 11th day of Apr.l, A. D. 1904. r The assessment. to be pi 'd by the r off a strong odor of I.t'ro-rn., and ,, read aoj approved
Land
r O.BOX is:. Miassi. Fla. pure cant to adjournnceot. virtual candidate shall be as follows: the Democrat Voter of Dad Coua- they were not cooked upon oil .to"...- The call Icr pruaary wu auc.a: J
,
I The following amended call for a Representative ...... ........ lie 00 ty. Florida: either. as follows:

p. T. S1AGGS. M. Domr ., ''I in-arr election was adopted, to-wif Senator . . .. .. ...... ... 15 00 I hereby announce myself a candidate The fit-hermcn at Lynne and Say- I See official call on third pace.

narc&eJ I Notice Is hereby !given that there I Sheriff: . .. ..... ...... .. .. 3500 for re-election to the office of Treasurerof brook are unable to account for the, KlrLuan I
wiURMMeS a.4 Cross Dad County Florida, to the A motion was made by Mr.
** IUS IItfte .in be a Democratic Primary Selection Clerk of the Circuit Court...... SO 00 subject diagrc'able flavor which many of I I
sill of a majority of the Democratic o nominate county commis f ipi..erg

conerate C htld in the several election districts : Tax Assessor .. .. .. .... .. .. ... 20 00 \oler.. a* will be ezpreeeed la the Democratic the l lava have thin Ha.on. Some of And members of the school board t>r

MIAMI FLORIDA. of Dade county, Florida on May ''Tax Collector ... .. .. .. ........ 25 04 primary May 10. 1M. I the ti.-lu-rrm-n. l\ance the theory llstricts. Same was defeated Lj a

U. Wr 19 4. and if necessary on June 11, County Treasurer .. ........_.. 1000 I C. U RAUI.ERBON.: that the fre..het* in the Connecticut ote of ( to 3.
J. it. JACISOH, .
$
.. D I Tib. !!*>4. for the nomination of all 1'. County Judge .............. ... 15 00 ,idw Miami" Fla ; have l borne down the ricer the naph- A communication from a meeting of

orrici- Democratic candidates. State and county County Attorney .... .. ........ 1000 I tha wa>le from >;a* plants and that r candidates held in Miami May 10 1.4H.,

HOTEL BISCAY BLOCK, Av.D. to be voted for by the Democratic I Superintendent of Public Instruction A. E. HET8ER. i I tin oil, floating !back and forth on I. was read and discnaaed by various candidates

FLORIDA. electors at the General Election to be I I .. .... ...... ..... 500 ,,, dw. Candidate County for Judge. the titW, has %\\n the bas theirunpalatable before the committee. Finally _
1 '
MIAMI linor. Hartford Cou- '
held Noten-ber 6th. 19(11 and to be -
appointed County Commissioner ..:...... 5 00 1 the followlnc: Inspectors, clerk, and

W. B. RUSH by the Democratic Governorof i Supervisor! of Registration.... I 00 |'I FOR SHERIFF.To rant. 'i Colling; place were decided upon for
DR' the Stave between the date of holdS -
I I Members of County School Bed 1 00 Fish Story ef a Cod and a MedaU i i the following precincts.

f Office tSVUtb street 'Phone M.Evidence. S cucb primary election and the bolding Justices of the P.ace.......... 100 the Democratic voter of Dad CouaTy. A remarkable codfish story ill re- 1 No. Inspectors.. Ceo. McPheraon -

0th street and Avenue of the it.mary; election A. D. 1906. Constable ..... ............... 100 FlorIda: portal from Northumberland. A Ernest Etypman. J. M. Ennla; dens .

B- r01" "*-**. MIAMI. FLA. I and of a Democratic candidate for County Fish and Game Warden 1 00 I hereby announce myself a candidate cndti>h caught at the mouth of the i H. W. Heawy; polling place store of
i for re-election to the office of Sheriff' of
Ucttad States Senator to be voted for |
All candidates are required to file a Dad. County. FlorIda. subject to the \Csn-brek had in its stomach a gold I Miss Walter Kltehlng j

f. W. BACKUS. by the Democratic members' of the Legislature written ap :lit scion to have his name will of the majority of the Democrat disk en,rraied with the name "Wil-I o.ID'pettor&. E. Edwards, J aIslar r

Plan.Spcci5eationl.si <,' the State o floifd; at Its appear >'con the official bancOD i iII rotors a* will be expreeeed la the Dem- liam I>r\Mlale Dudley." Henry Brooker; clerk E. C Miller .-

Made ses. on in A. D 1905 ,icratlc primary to be held 1*, 1104.dw
blanks furnished tv the Committee. I May The di>k is now in the portion polling place school 1M UL
for Buildings of AU: Kind. Fine The .ollowing: officers are t-i nominated II 'JOH-t FROHOCK. of but it has No. :
sccomi>anl-4 with the fees above set a BIyth gentleman: j Inspectors.. H. L. Hillier If '
Keul"nee* a fcpecialtv.' rt srld prliuary election t. ..t: claimed
been Mr. William Dns-
by W : N. -
i font with S L. Fatteison, Secretaryof Barkhardt. H. Butch; eleft t
OFFICE. 1315. AVENUE: D.DL I 1 l>.'ted States Senator r the ( :unty Democratic Executive \ take this method to Inform the rot I dale of Uo,.forth. near Xi-wca-tle- W. Comstock; polling place chi .
In Congivs. Second en of Dad Ceunty that I wU b* a can
1 Representative
on-T\ne who tells
an a>.toDi.hingt
honse.
Committee on or beioie the lat day
| didate for reelection to the office of Clerk s

K.; B.CH1TIH': Congressional District. of April, A. D. 1904. of the Circuit Court subject to the action I No. Inspectors., W. H. Cox. C. A :

1 Justice! of the Supreme Court for the This ril 11\:-, ( of the Democratic primaries May inpromising. i I He hai. he fays, the centtir part of Mall.: Jess Daaghtry; clerk Culls

DENTIST. full term of six 1..rL 190'W X Filer 1 If elected, to perform the dn1 a medal that we iron by hi' fatherat I Pence; poJlag place school boose.
I tlee ef the office, la the future a* la the chow thirty
3 of the Court Dudley poultry Dearly -
Justice Supreme No. Inspectors J. E.
Chambers
Attest: Chaiiaae
pteeiswAtTeawLs.d as.t.ii.oKU.r.tMIAMI. past to the beet of my ability. I will '
: lost'the
., 1 Governor.' George r t 'I.Secretary. be grateful to thoee who will favor aw r yean ago. Dnsdale junior ;, I. B. Taylor T. M. McRae; clerk H.

FLOIRDA. 1 Secretary of State. I pro tem.i with t.... r rote. di while on a bait to Achingi P. Hodges; polling place school boos .

dw: E. C. DEARBORN. ton, Xorthumlierland, ten yean ago.
1 Attorney-General. i QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. i No. Inspectors, Z. Caveader. JnaCmstead.
His theory is that the center was -
Seekers 1 Comptroller. Secotd Primary-Tuesday, Jnm 7, J R. r. Saxon; clerk W. B.
Home .
I hereby announce myeelf a* a eeeiH carried out to sea with refute andwallowed -
!I 1 Treasurer. 104. I date for the office of Clerk of the Circuit ( by the sh.-London Caaeel; palllDplaee, Hardee's store "'
Attention. 1 1 Superintendent of Public Instruc No. Inspectors, R. A.
I General Election-Tuesday November court subject to the action of the >. 1.1-1 Bryan. W.
You will find it to your interestto i tion. { Democratic party. Primary election Mal prc 1. BrackwelL n. O"X.1..1.- Frank
8 1904.
call on me before investing.JCarnUbed I 1 Commissioner of Agriculture '. WtH. A ketch Gr..._ i Straoabaa; polling place Straaahaa'f
L houses and rooms to t The registration books will not be II. J. S. FREDERICK. .
: 1 Xailroad Commissioner. At the tune of the king's accession new halt '
Real bargain in real estate. reopeaod for the second primary: elec .
feat. taxes, 1 Adjutant-General a number of !Scotsmen protect; No. L-ID.pectora. HI Padgett. *. F.Newtan .
and country. Insurance FOR TAX COIiECTOR. '

city eolJeetion.. etc., attented to. I 1 State Chemist. tion.POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. I hereby announce myself a candidate ed against the assumption of his J. W. Ives; clerk. R Cothroa;

licence authorizing 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh majesty of the VII. after his name polling place school hooae.
special of i for the office of tax collector of t '
I Payment poll tax for 1902 and
m"to prepare all kind. legal tran.- i Judicial Circuit. Dad he being:, as they cay, merely the No. t-1II.pectora. J. & Pardae. A.W.Cromartle. .
County subject to the action of I
fees.Prbmtr 1903 i* a prerequisite to voting at all
fen of real estate Low 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial I the coming Democratic primary Cm Edward of Scotla'nd. The protect 1. & Peters; clerk J. E. ,
attention. elections this year. first made by the Soottuh j Pendleton -
I was : polling place school boose.
arcniL i dw T. N. OAUT1ER.
C. C. CARROLL. I j EXEMPTIONS. Patriotic a*sot--iation but since then No.
Pnbhc. 'I I 1 Prosecuting! Attorney I I Inspectors.. L. A. Osbora. J.
Notary The following conditions: exempt! thousands of Scotch people throughout : U. Burdlne Frank Jaodoa
clerk U. K.
*_ AVE.P. ou.1. .it.uXD d. ,i I 1 State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial, Fog TAX ASSESSOR I
-- I persons from the payment of capita- the world hate signed it. The Kellum; polling place city halt

DUtrict I lion or poll taxes: 'I i I hereby announce/ myself! a* a number of signature obtained is so I No. Inspectors.., Jackson Peacock
r.Rliabla House of Rep t
of the -
Member CANDIDATE
1 TOR TAX
ASSESSOR of
;' j First-Any one who has lost a limb .I great that i U has taken five bulky John McKinaie. J. W. Galloway -
;
.... tatlves Dad County subject to the action of .
< Grslsat. OpIh. j In battle. volumes to contain them. The clerk Fletcher Albnry polling .
I ; place
1 County Judge. I' the Democratic primary.d : books are now placed in the Art gal- .1
W. .c. MAYNARD.f, i iA. llld-ADI one who was S5 yean : Old Hardee 1I0raN -. :
:, I 1 Sheriff. (XL. XIMANIEa of (:aaaow. and the
I lery
1 ,,
...Do : of age on or before December 31. 130L corporation W-Inn rfo! W 4 Coo-e J.
I 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court
hat uiiiiexukeu their .
I Ir.1J Third-Any one becoming of (21 iusiu\ : Ceo. Stinehonaer. w. J. Dougherty '.aI
| age
I emu Icu.dr:j I'G1e1: 1 County Assessor of Tax.*. ,1 FOR PROSECUTING ATIORNET. The protest wan iirl wilde on the
I years old) on or after January 1, 1to3. clerk. Ceo. W )food e; polling place
): Clocks Jtiderj Ie't i 1 Tat Collector.I I'I I hereby announce: myself a* -- candidate field of Bannockburn in June, 1901, I I'I I Brown Moodle's wartbooae, :..I
I Ir. Fourth-Any one who had become a' .
-- I 1 County Superintendent of Public In- I for the office of Pruaecutlnc At- a few months after the king's .<'t't'IIlion.W..tmitaler I A 1
No.
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resident of this State and county )II' (I -Inspectors. Henry Gasman,
| jtraetion. torney for Dade county, subject to the (;azettc. ..
McDOXALDdrO or after January 1. 1903. Ernest Mall. Will Anderson; clerk C. :
r. GEO. L. 'I 1 Surve>or. j I approaching Democrat primary election I W. Hill: polling place school house
| A T.w" Without Town Offcers.Slkogrr .
EnjlaetrerOTmr 1 County Treasurer. i If properly registered any of the H. F. ATKINSON. I., No. 14 ,
-Inspectors. J. W. Saxon W.
Sebeiri.-a.4. a scaany ICQCO.AXL'"T I S County Co tlsslonera : above can vote at all elections State !! Miami. Fla. a town IP! the western E. j
r aM otlb..l.'l't't'k Blaatoa. W. H. Slstrunk; clerk J.
GROVE. FLA. !{ 3 Members of the County Board of and county.. held this year. without part Nation, is the only C
Holly; polling place school .
home.It
I Public Instruction. I paying any poll or capitation tax.PARnAL' EX POSl'R E.I. town of IIKN population in the territory t"l
:' was moved and carried that name' .
Unit has no town nllicer The 1
i 1 Justice of the Peace In and for D"'I EXEMPTIONS of candidate for members \
of t,1
people there h. need the county -
they \e no
s J; A. DANN. | tricta No*. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6, 7. 1. Persons under the following conditions I. To cold draughts; of air. to keen and of ullit'erand. fay do not want any. i: executive committee be placed oa :

10, 11. 12 and 13. t'l will tie liable for one poll taxonly cutting winds, sudden changes! of tem- the regular ballot. '..
and wheneerthcx
M........car ao..itir a.Aterww.4 I pcnture, scanty rlothlug undue exposure They pay no taxes :
-' 1 Constable In and for District No I for 1902 or 1903, as the ease maybe i It was also moved and carried that
want public improvement j.;
.." r -I F i.nv
tW.'""" I 1. 2. t, 4, 5. 6. 7. 8. s. 10. 11. ]12 r rI : of the throat and neck after the call a w...ting of < ituen and candidates for game warden be placed '

t-: ..... as taw.I ....fUlOLEY5UONEYAtm'IAR. I and 13. I Any one who became 65 years old public speaking and sinking, bring on rai.r the m""" '. A deputy UnitedMatet on the regular ballot and the canji- |:;

lw..... S Presidential Electors. during 1902 will be required to pay $1 cough: and rolda. Ballard's Horehound m.ir-lul i!i.> located there and dates for said office be -.4 $1 m>. :*

4 Delegates at Large to National Con.1 for account of poll tax for that year.i {I Syrup I* the bent rureMm. in all that !_ nerdni to keep the Mr. Johns, of Precinct No. 1 handed fIn
; A. Barr Houston Texan write. _
| ,eDUoI \\. i i Any one who may become of age (21 peace. '1 Kerr u not a miler! orI his resignation a* a member of the V1..
i Jan. :31. 19012> : "One bottle of Ballard'aRor..hoond
,
3 District Delegate years old) at any time during 1902 i I gauiblmi house in the town, and committee and the same was accepted.A .. .J
..... ...... ,.,...... ... (, r Syrup cured ma of a very Ihf'm.i'i
13 Members at Large of State Commit I will be required to pay |l for poll tax the pcnpl will not I writ motion was made and carried that :t

I teL j for the year 1! U3.'I bad rtuKh: It I III very pleasant to i I They Herded I if 4 1O,1I00Ih..u..... to the Inspectors and clerks be paid $2.00 per
take.2.c.. !501-. 11.00. Sold by Red
YOU GOING 1 1 County Member of State Committee. I pi ", n, together: and. limit I good i I day

ARE .' 1 Member! National Committee. 'I Any one becoming a resident of this Crow Phaimtcy. r twotor ., for that purpose. 't' The next meeting of the commit j

North or West? 1 Supervisor of Registration. State and county during 1902 will be -rortortU Kct-ord. was called for April tl, 1904.

i liable for the poll tax for In.I if you are going to St. Louis. tike a (r I I'I There being no further business .

i 1 County Fish and Gam. Warden. I WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. hotel with you In the shape of a well- j' Effect ef Heat Up. Umglaea. motion was made and carried '

Luaisyille&Nashville 1 Member of Dad. County Democratic: | All male Inhabitant who are 21 Oiled lunch basket and avoid the kin- I I'I. A i urioi result of.the lire in the ,Journ. to i4 _

Executive Committee In and for : ping reported to be In tner .
I years cf age and were under 55 yean practice Rihll warehnu. wan the effect of CEO
Precinct NM i 2. J. 4.. (. .. 7. 8.. hotel ihark r tier dot-I, P. BULL
by j heal. ti several l hundred '
ou
Railroad u __ | of age December 31. 190L I | Secretary Pro Tern
semice.Medem ,. f, 10 11. IJ, !", and it. lar,' worth of i-in::IaAfter.theivaluuMe 4
_ta-Oificr* ..HxeellI..r ; Any one becoming a resident of this
i
The rules governing said pnmar, of the linn ha.1lwtu
" Pullman, paper
MADE YOUNG AGAIN.
enirjMnf
QUICK
\ trains ARREST.J. .
coaches, free yeelection I shall be the same aa those j State and county prior to January 1.1 nmoeil from the cafe on the i.
np-to-dat I
sleepers, 11902 will be required to pay poll tax uf the lire of safet
adopted by the DemocratExecutive I II night I.) a place
chaise chair cars and dininc ears -One of Dr. King1 New Life Pill |i A. Gunf' southern cities, j Committee, at their meeting held In for i02 and 1903.: i some one u<;,::.-ted that the pile of',1
and .
Between northern I each night for two week ha put me la the hospital from a sevenrase
January 22d. 190for If they become a resident after Jan- j isinglass, which Mood near by bej i
service in the! Jacksonville on ,
Tb fines dining ear In my teen again, write D. H. Tnr- of pile causing 21 tumor. After
goath.An governing State primaries, so far a* nary t. 1902. and before January t I 101kt'dilhiu the Nile upon the I
nor of Dempaeytown. Pa. They're the doctors and all remedies. failed. Buck-
.Arta" Sell Tkroiif Tickets Tit t''I l the same will be applicable to the 1901. they ytll be required pay poll beat In the world for Liver, Stomach 'I chance of it* being thus pl"f-f'M'f'i.1! I..'. Arnica Salve quickly arrested"

county primary. Those and only thosepersons : tax for 1903 only. .It was preserved but so f'uriou.h i:
and Bowel Purely regetable. Never further
: L.&N. Inflammation and cared him.
did the heat affect it that while
retaining -
to become
I shall be permitted
j Any one reaching their majority (21 gripe. Only 23*, at all drag itorem.ClaaHle its form and rubetance tb I It conquer and kllla pain *Se, at all
: and sleepier car.arvstlase r candidates be'or.. or vote at or participate ,
L for rates, schedules, I years) on or after January 1. 1902. will 'druggist.
to I sheets appeared to be transformed j
apply la themaarsement of said primary -
t be subject to of tax for
s I' payment poll ... into silver foil and were quite a.I!
!
J. M. election, who declare their adherence
f" FIemn.r.Aseat. 1903.: The !glazier cannot sveeeed at his
'" I The instructor was trying to i opaque as that article.-Baltimore .
and
to the principles orgaal-
W1IaJ ....... work unless b* take ,.....
In all of teach the class the lesson that brainwork Sun. ;
I.. iIi.'Fia'. i i ration of the Democratic party Njlloral. *- ease exemption of a voter .
front payment of poll taxes, be mast is uo less important than the I' cheeky
.1 State and county, who are by I y a a..t.* Attorney_ It laat so to pees as baa.
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tfOtEYSlIOHEYAdfAR the laws of the State lawful lectors secure of the supervisor of registration work of one's hands."Now some If you have the face to dos
*' A Boston .
a certificate setting forth the tact that be said "to recapitulate I young attorney was recently ,
of the election districts In which they -
i arguing a c-as* in the superior
how
kinds of labor
__... ...'.s.a.-. offer! to vote who have paid their poll such voter to exempt If the eerOfleate there??many" are j court for a female client who was l Peanuts that turn oat poorly are

'tales legally doe not tee than ten exempts the voter from payinent of what you might call a bum shell
suing for damage to her dwelling, r
"T o, replied the solemn faced i
j I day before said primary election and j poll taxes for both years WJ and of which damages consisted'
1 60 YEARS* young man ; "orgsnized and sfonued. I part Is It any alga that the engineer te
EXPERIENCE who shall, when challenged by an elee-r i( UOS). If properly registered b* can Tribune. in the tearing off of shingles and
Chicsgo < happy' because he whistle at ha
Jtor i pledge tn writing upon oath before I then vote upon presenting to the Inspector clapboard from the roof. work!

I. I any inspector to abide by and such eertlneat- ;of exemption. Swelling with indignation the ,

support the reAl: of such primary sad advocate
exclaimed "Your
If the voter I* subject to only one youthful : A woman's Idea U that hr hioband.xht

:, support the nominee thereof. poll tax either for 1102 or 1MB. the I' FOR honor, this poor woman has practically < : to pay th i!.bU she run tin

The polls shall be opened and closedat i been stripped of possession".
sane ml wffl apply as to securing Into even If he has to 1-irrow a..nry
issue MANIa the several election districts at the UNITED STATES SENATOR Even the roof which covered her'I to do isGROWING
a eertlflcat of exemption fothe
twoyear
Conw.ettrRi.r r hours Used by the general election law. I I head has been taken from under.
VOTE FOR "
:c:. -.. i The following named persons are bere- her. -Boton Record.! I! ACHES AND PAINS.

.. = I by appointed Inspector and Clerk for PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES *

n&M c .. the seven! election district: In order to be qualified to vote at the I JAMES P, TALUFERRO ....., eVofecaienal A.uAlii -'. Mrs. Joule Sumner Bremoad. Texas .

I primary election on May 10th or June the redheaded, smooth faced.{'! write. April IS. 1902I: have need
: See report of committee meeting oni II 1 WHOM NAME \I COMMONLY freckle wounded legal of'
Sdati.dlt cricAn. j 7. 1904. poll taxes for 102 and 1903 j PRONOUNCED Napoleon I Ballard' Snow Liniment In my family

..h = .eo i first page) must be paid on or before ( o'clock P. 1 l : At If IT WAS the slope, and always in the stirrup '| for three yean I would not be without -

waiter s.' '''''.m' '___ a- The shall be *. I'rsilice in every court on' ...... .
ballot It In
-, her.rota aL aeN WM -- voting by on M. Friday. April; 2*. 104 (tea day be-1 i the I have used It eai

MUNP\ !!O utlh.0e.. New tor. t'cketa! furnished by the Slat aid fore the first primary election). ; CLLCD earth Quit except as a hippopotamus that of Judge and Lynch. 1 i my little girt for growing pains aid

s. wm.I' gcn-i, in .
A fibs| her kneen It eared her right
County Executive Committee; and s: I tie us a suni"troke. Refer' to ','
my
away I hare also used It for front
the close of such election, the Inspectors Only a fool man would deliberately fnrtid and likewise to my ..nf'lD 4..1!
IITOLlVER,1Jj bitten feet with ,,ood sucrew. It I.
and Clerk shall proceed to canvass make aa enemy by guessing within'ten Fees are the sinews of war.-From I "
lOIEnllOKEY.tDfAK the
j II,_ I j beet liniment I ever 1IAO'd. 2Se. Vr,

hrwMrw atAti..w *. Jassy tb* vote in accordance with the State years of a woman's real .... .I >7 the, 'LrtterLead- of an low_Lawyer. I|| II
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i>f the two Is .bent fitted. for the

t MIAMI METROPOLIS.; T < 'to'.q-" Tr't.II'. r. 1 'I' *: office ot chief executive of the Japan ronpi-t. of ::1.* large and I DO NOT FAIL TO.SECWHALER'S ,

H i.t..I l H.if'l i !'T 'I.. Jv-lllh ,m.dlI"n.t... strt't. i.d 1 out for adititlt.e
>*.|.'M...4 evtrv Jay cucrt SssdsjB. .
jiiiti" ra-rapli ,
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I. HUM.If. I 'n UlTlli* tli aitvit ;t'\''Ii From i 1'e8 -iii Indiratlons.. the. |I'r.' .\-J./u. ,'.i-t. 4 u.-ilir l "f the! f.NNI| JEWELRY STORE

.. u EItra | iill: .. !tI. ,. w bio b the "Three Friends'' .
; KilItI t t ji.v: I IM"I.I| mall at of the j I" -
a IL/. snerltex swrat.rn..___ tk.. (;io S Mith, mx nan KO ,. e*|...-tel mould re,..llItl."I.| .. amid twi.-thiriU from the n, pj.llies. 314--12tli Street.

h"> lia\t-a trade. hr- will hay< | .. State, ban mell-nlch. eliminated Tlie ..IdpaiuMare born ;arJoneri. -
i f'g .. a PoMafie .t 1(1..1.1'10,1. >
rwl I* i *
i* ...ee. n4-eI...matter !un.iii in work. at it there !i l from the polHhal situation but th<-, I..n.l l toe ird gro-

c ir --- -- ---1 -.- .- ato whether h<- IH an Ital: ,'kttri i* four: llarm' defeat h> tcKlu*. ami .1'A arfiil tiling T- -
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T e av i Soutaera *v i* ci ia ii < .
is* .". land .f tfc* Cslwd Suw. .< tCfc 101 l...iisaiLt hr will fool work t.i in the. second primary In a fore- k3 o. the lapital ul\ with m-arK -- ..

_,....... '"... I .... DO': liuii: t.. !p'u', the nmcliision.: and It now onlr ,..- 3.ou..n'l\J l inhabitant i- t.-n mil.-* UE.E..BR: ; : :: .f

!'a...1'''''''' ....__III...... per line.tah.N.Aevtatlos airriiiiltural: iml".i' (;iv< to defeat Broward in his Io.h- square, and i- more like a ,orv.
1.-'_....... aspiration to make the < \I.r iitiiiiU-r of little Mlla of I KINDKK:
little time to iiu- i nim-wlf )K ;'t- LOt (..\..
Year by hail .7. . . ...$. 00 surroundings and h- ts ell I of the three ditorganl/eni' one--tory h..a.-e.., lat. no pi<)li....all... I

f .. . . . . .. *.* '
Six Months ;
: .1.>. orker Th U.-..'.'ir niters complete It I U now '. sod aUiiiniNJiii/ foul o.|lora an>l rtcking -

| Three . . 1-25 .yen.nsded with an'n'ilo.| ;.-.. l by this little IHnal county trio .urfeeetaer" and :gi-neral) .tractgarbage. j.j.3lakKind

f One Week by Carrier . ..... 10 employed labor. The :Ii 1 1.1. .. that they mane trip mistake 011" toinpkat Kioto t- ; Lou Crates.

Tie Miimi PrintIng tompinj. tones of the Soul if their lives In permitting theniseUe Mlt feet wide ami I'Mfact' 101l1!.

lalMir The mi|>|nv and il"-, to run for oftV-e> at one and! the anal has 1.NN) linage.. of god. nit; f.t' {

Advertising rate made known on separated| b} onlv a few time. And.while. me mar l>e lush; ......h atilt I inojifaiv* and t Chase & Harney. :Miami

application. I Th.. pmtiUm in to br nK .. that catch of the three ...in_pira- hands. In that temple are huge, Sell ===7
TELEPHONE, I-3R-. coil, of made of women' hair. AT
..r Who mill solve If"IOUTICAL against the peace of Democracy rope ;
OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. tine S.:,M feet long, and wa. .
do all In his power to nave him role| i ; 1nc1erLou Crates
l 432 and 434 Twelfth Street C41AT. It Is equally certain that they will made of the hair of 3..V"' women J
Opposite Court House i iDUJTAXCZS. from .I h contnbut-i i all over Dade County.
f bend their energies toward the one |>ro mre, ea
vuu'snATlYlt Really. In view of the '( of N. B. Broward for Gov lug her prized hair a* an offering to ( *"H M. >....>>..** >.* .. ...>.... ... .t.> > *. )

-,;;;. F"-j I from Minnesota, Wlwonnln 'i In the second primary. Against the pxls to be u-..l in rojas for;

T* ':'Tssise._ ,. Mtaal hen w'eN iota there is wairelr, enough Bromard. as a man nothing will riling the et rut.lure. {II . . . . . . . .! '. . . . . .

I IMill. H..rat"oom" to Jn tifr a said. He has made an excellent I
MUSS Mlle !I A In Tibet
''y.-.: '. iii I 141 ... | It would be like attempting ...... .. upon the people and that Parasol i Epicurean Restaurant I
."'''aa&... .... ..... ...t' sea I J. 91 interest concerning the .... I ha la him some of the elements of JIis :curate\ Tailor, one of the
i.tu- ..... ...... ... k'i 101 iiiMati.a. few omen who
4.Sta. I set I j I Yt 1 futility of rarMHm futile l I" indicated by the handsome Terr Kuropean : i
JOS
12th Sr.
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::.:: 1,5 all hate vi-ileil! Tibet some
Cape a.rilU. ( \c'r
... gate
I 1. of Florida lll Is
(fla 1 MK prut (. given him. But Mr Rroward
...!...... '-.. lies IN I Ski I of the hardest blows yet .u bad company He has too long .been interesting particular of the ctu-i i i Cootinuout Service i
l
;:' of of that m6o"cJ c1c. muatn 10
I tonic the people m
C... C.. Aaol. ).. err IN 542t. Mr. Hearst who.e \. with the Duval ring ( my ten-j/ p. ;
county
J............._ .1) 11aa I IN NI OIM land recently. When the Tibetan ............................ . . . . . .
al..t...... I' last few months should has too long .been Identified with
t....da..1..1 IN ... put. out his tongue at you, Mica I
of connolxeur
thing a in of the I
some Insurgent wing party-to *
Taylor sat'a that must not i K. J. PECK
you feel B. J(. BAIL
ter of hard blows. For It U ..... with open arm at the elev -
MAY 20. 1904. insulted 'lie i* merely being polite1t :
ida that the Hearst force hour. We all know what Napo PeeK 9
t to you after his own manner the) Bailey
more active than In any B. Broward Hands for la the pol ,
"t'1 Sheets baa started a new campaignargument" the South. They have of this State. He stands I projection of the tongue being hand a YACHTS. LAUNCHES":
"I* you defeat DM I'llhave there would hare I civility equal to our shaking i. & ROWBOATS
State and the rule or ruin element which which in this is not eti-
arrested. | country
you surprise In any quarter If forced! the primary system on the quette. On one occasion Visa Taylor Overhauling and Repairing. Marine Railway.

iko..u4 been able to make good .: he stands for the bolters and strayed into Buddhist 7011AVESUCD MIAMI. FLA
To make the defeat o( absolutely a tempi
'" But out of the ten delegate &. who would sooner sees j 1 at time and her
parasol wa
certain Governor Jennings prayer ,
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six: are Parker men tu .* Democratic party of the State i
go
ka announced hU Intention of aup.f considered such an interesting article . . . . . . .
men and there Is a cork,at on la defeat than see It succeed I that I
were interrupted
porting him In the.coming primary. prayers
a Hearst and a Parker man the efforts of those to whom while the lama borrowed it and then II r I i

f It bas never be positively established place. Thus has the man ,. are opposed. W* all know where |, opened. it, among a chorus of murmur the 3.7 Carlos .

who "track Billy Patterson" the salary of that ..tertel.. Davis ataad He stands today'' of approval and admiration.

.1Lkdialect., Mr. h* has Mood from the day
'h lit It la nrettr well known what lit ,I Kzchanee. -
Formerly\ 1otQI.
5 beaten two to one In a State he first *et his foot on Florida site Palm }
John Stockton.Money .
practically conceded to him His vole has ever been raised A Phew ef Melbourne LH. Corner A enue B and llth Street.

J: quarters.The behalf of Democracy and tbe beat One of the oldest institution in
: is said to make the mare go. : Gus. A. Muller. Proprietor
explanation for of the plain people from the city of Melbourne, Australia,
fut the tt cent A. V. W.
per contract j "
he and to whom lie BOW known a* the 8 o'clock nub it in
Bad. Th political sprang
I to
easy
aloag dldat mock. seem to help J. M. Barn I which ha accompanied for support ta this the crowning I danger of extinction. For half a Open all the yearat

-boom" In every state the bitt. of Ua life.-Daily Tallaha-! century a philanthropic restaurant

are dark of tile Hearat- -. I proprietor uaa given a free meal it $150 per day add up. Special per week and to Co..- <
n. Rep'ibll.a notjinaUoa for Vvt'President
8 o clock every evening to newly arrived merciaf men. Large Sample Room
were not awe
politicians
Is MOW on thy trail of Crgressmaa *-
immigrant or respectable P. O. Box .
668.
STATE NEWS. persons MIAMI. FLA. ,
HIM. Roosevelt.... II:"! against the will of the who were "downon

1 It and Mitt! Spmfc fcoflb and carry a Democrat: of Florida toot JCID.i! sal irons Jaek. ; their luck."temporarily No professional . . . .

/elrt." perceiving the enthusiasm! rille next Tuesday for New Porn i loafer or -ir-miclly! unemployedwere .
wept over the country a
from IIere.will embark for Europe enrouragul. The attendance

..-,../ TIN J.pulle..t uM eontrllmlvd after the action of New Ye- his first trip to Un Holy See at i averaged about; a :L.undrcJ and every Hotel Biscayne ........

r. :'f- a battleship and a cruiser to Join Ute structing for Parker for wey .. Rev. Father VeaU of Mauda- <' Melbourne journalist considered it

:s. RmianMbmartne" B wt.; and lh* there was life and hone and attempt'o win accompany the bwtop Ic his duty to ..rite. description of 4 Open iron November S. GRAHAM

i.: worst of it all to, a Dewey appears to, I la the party this year, aad *. During Bishop Keni.!''* .- the scene at leant once in hu career. !1st to 31ay 1st. Proprietor

bare been. of the fleet that ws. worth while to exprc s The of the restaurant itDOW'
command a... Father Clavreul.' vicar proprietor Corner Arcane D and Twelfth Street .-
Jones' lorker. all thma>. that are dart' from biuine He i i.
} r west to Davy of the dtnrea* will .<1lnl4ter retiring **
Its juggling politiela.'mnt Boon said to have received legacies from
affair* .of the church. Father MIAMI .
r -tricks that are vain for tb whom befriended andwho FLORIDA
If Dannltte May will follow la the .'. parish will be assigned to Fa people hethu

footsteps of C. h(. Brow, and declar are not to be denied. Banmgartner. The bishop mill afterward prospered.Beekstalls .

t for HOB. R. W. Davis for Governor.1.' The unit rule will be .. here Sunday night and will le- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOQOOOOOOOOOBush
ef Paris.Nowhere .
he will have Increased his popularity Florida. and the vote of the In Jacksonville until the boor rf

.ff ten fold aDd probably pave the road I j at St. Louis will be cast for .. Many priest of the parish bookworm in the his world can the & Safford Pian.Co,
art ,
'-1 practice wriggling .
to that gubernatorial chair a few yeankenc We congratulate the go to Jacksonville to bid him good 1
with such the Seine. lslM9flrHIrt vlvt.OOOOVf
1 the delight as along
; our sister state upon
i -St. Augustine Record.
The metal lined boxes on the Sal. H.
i snrance that It has given the great prj e=a.tJitlTr

A correspbndent who contemplates'!' large that the rank and lie of broad tone parapet are matched &
board of director of the M-- over by relics of an age when that Steinway Son's. New York.
,.; flatting the St. Louis, exposition asks' ty there Is sound sensible! .
Opera Company, of New
most terrible of proverb, "Time u
.b.-At..ta Journal. Em.zsors: Piano Co.. D
ston.
how much It takes to gM In the PikeWe
"
hare .
\ elected fir ladle
I young money, did not mean' life at 100
bare been Informed that It only |I as on. young man to became s>nger. bor epower. The old booksellers Other Hick Grad Pianos! and PLino Player

takes M cents to get you la. but tbat' II The Tampa Tribune of opera. They will tie rent to book and
| are lovers too, they can Pianos from $225 upj Cash or easy Tun-
payments.
s about lino Is needed to get you bark j of -. '
Psays
: "By means a
at the expense of the Metro talk about! their book. a* well as ni.ni and Repairing. A few
; bargains in
eat. I jtrived campaign map. with .. ... Company and will be given ,ell them. Recently rumor of an ) slightlyused

'endeavored to persuade the chance and advantage to become intention to abolish the quay tide pianos. Open evenings. !

The exports of wheat from n.. l'n.'- the! state that Florida was *:: One of the young ladies select. bookMalU .t.rtl..od the city, but ;a1 I I WOOOOJ < OC OOOOOOCXXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO : :

... States last W<'YII amoinied to "24.M .- I held np and robbed of Its Miss Lacy Lee Call. of Jackson monster deputation to the prefect ;i

4- + bOth' '_. into 's f"T tlMf CMlTiS and that be alone could aa. daughter of n8eaator1Ikla- of the Seine ha rated them-for'' The mont fascinating thing about a'j

poadlBjt week Uu4 yetr aroused to from this disaster. Capt. CalL They will start In a few 1 the present.Bystander.elfia j j woman's logic are all the little en Mygoes
r"k ip:".s' bnV. L* t wwi Argentina ; i Broward succeeded In first
going to Paris then to I In it
'.Ii- I *" .b-uJi.<< On :
i exponel Brat play on the primary ... Munich and Berlin. They! H.- I _
t wheat export trad.- t* tower thin it' the recent campaign for return to America In time to Market quotation how that Belgian
I'|II. pre the rlorel,
Mavlw convention whe-
t
been UxUB hare held. $ =:f
has at
41 years leading Hon. Robert W. for the opening 'of the next set < are a pair l lit
I IH merle mill nominate Booker T.
the of brace of the choicest
small margin. The map and at the Metropolitan. Then the price a 'Washington .
-. C. M. Brown cefeated r.I-1'I!' companying absurdities ... .. season they will all secure 'chicken for broiling. A few yean for Presideand Te- o
| for \ This would at
date for Governor Is made '4he right; i!enough at first glaace. and In Europe to give them ago u wa claimed that these long,' PrwdtMt.

kind of stuff. socially and poII....-...,. people were doubtless led to foreign stage experience! before legged fellows were so prolific that lea..t thornthejl were milling to give ']
the white folk rb..ce.-8bf'l1da.
and has nailed .. a fabrlnUoo lh- report ;. that Mr. Broward meant what take np the more Important roles they would become in a short time a

that he would lend n*' inB. .K-C!... I Some people went so far a* : \ Metropolitan opera. Miss Call i one of thw principal article of food Tenn.) Headlight ClearanceSale

towards the nomination-'lot N. B Brow'aid fence a real shudder of fear ... yean old. to a brunette in this country at price which ,
would Le beneficial The Washington rorrespondeat
the contrarrwill prove to extremely ofl
for Governor but to Davis shouta swoop down on and alight and has a beautiful so_
I of moderate the New York Evening Post
to people mean, argue .
ofMen's
work for the mac who like him i night and. with the aid of his ..okI!.-Ocala Banner.
I, I, while the skin! would be in urgent that Secretary Cortelvou shod > the'
back "tt.
neif. made a record as far as railroad brigands, steal the Commissioner
Bennett! has a demand for manufacture of .- chairman of the r.rpj' ''can Nnk...a!
This Is other than Hon R. \V.Dsrta. their head
man no from over They force of at work
men removing
rioua sorts. Something has eviden.- Committee. "Those'."fl are r..l1Iu
our distinguished ..tatesmra.and : think that Cmpt. .. a Boy'sSHOES
i
to
top hyacinths from the of the sink
top .Iy gone smite with the Belgian Lare. with national camnaigahere. .......:r-t''!
the seat Governor of Florida. I la merry rover of the seas After this to accomplished be I I
Ii i he writesfeel thai It would be'
maay of these happy-go-lucky sound the aide with long i
I II' pole Husband and Wife. much better to have la the pare ome.
Oven In Madison wrty Jmnmgi men wa somewhat given to try to find the outlet. Dam hare The old common law principle
I body who know the Piesl""nt4 pierpose. ,d.'
rot ff votes. 8tock r> JT WI ai.l Ta'iaUmjM ing, a la Clark Russell oa the built ac."I the Inlet! so that that a wife may not testify against ( absolutely than a riiaa mho\ ;;

; nod awl; U this result T>u- of flUbustenag expedition to no water running Into the! her husband in criminal proceedings would hare to guess at them." But I

tor Dunn, who had bens vbuotinxrigorously : he was likewise the author at present and the water la the i* now reverted in Massachusetts I r AT
who side the
of
on top earth ase rot ;ii
for dUHlkw sI-riyns grvatsatlsfmctlon. I llghtful little pastoral. entitled.! district remain at the the supreme court* interpretationof !
President himself, would not late to
Me! ..u.a..'..-' joyttTk Ufe On the Farm." Had the height U tile natural outlet the statute. Hereafter a wife may i'i geed at them? Cohen's.FOIIYSKIDNEYCOM.

Reorder prrlwd of Xla l.-s reflected a moment, they be found and cleaned out a new 'testify against her husband if she 1 1I i

county1* V>*vy rote agai .t Ta"a'erro. realised that the story of will be dug which will allow. wishes to, and she need not if she;I i

." Like two odd ,,:I.. the Recorder Swamp Land Hod-up! wa water to pass off and prevent fur doesn't wish to, regardless of her ,

thanks God it alt't no w_: v.-... !other offspring of the fertile trouble Alderman Horn stated husband's objection or leis convent.I she I II

cola News.Those one of Florida's most .......... moraine that should they f.lllG this another victory for ."...0-

ellsts. j the cans. It would cost at .least man' right*?"-Xew York Trib-

old Confederate veteran who Now that Mr. Broward. by to dig aa outlet to Shingle une. .

rated for Mr. Brown Iberause of rte '' of his literary and ... or some other feasible point In X Kay ad Pearts.M. par
four bullets he carries In him and I I ties. has qualified for a aec>> to let the water escape, that Is
Dubois! in before the
a
which have been so extensively advertised with Hon. R. W. Davis, a around Jonestown. Orlando Star paper

win BOW vote for thai only really means what he say, Academy of S-iem-rn, Tans, shows palm Bae&. fa.!
that it i* possible by mean of the
ether Confederate. soldier. candidate m hat be means and who silver lining ....,..
Roentgen: ray to examine the living
far Governor-Bob Dan Tes fobDavis lalms for the Governorship; that Is how to ask her husband
oyster without in any way injunn Sttna'ed on LaKe. Frott. a.ljonln! .
Is an old Confederate. a ho Congressional Record rather :
it and tll ax-ertail whether or not
old his duty in ..r.* ..n.:11: on a circulating. library of i '! ye*. Cuba to free. The waiters' it contains a pearl. If it contains Gay Park A cool{ comfortable pia: .-e '

but he shrinks. from toasting of ovels. It is well for the restaurants
the hotels
peaoe see ot
'. (' only a tiny pear!, the oyster H returned to top at, mlth ;goof table service Makes *M..r aM U4er RI.M
H. These who said .ot..... !( itKitto on their thinking caps and size & hare quit nthr thin comply and u allomed to lire until Sample room for traveling men

duty were the hi...ms so bail t': two candidates at their real I I.Tie j their employers order t* shar" the disease has detelojied a large

down In the aIlt: s.-alII Ttllahai Tribune will from time I their whisker, and mustache (It"Ul FoLEnIlONEYAR>TAIl

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Atttetio t* T.......... er T.I.P.... Cslls. 4l3-12th Street Phone 2$. Sale of Seasonable \ ,


Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.
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THC Frank T. Budge aDd family bYe Hum Ideas .. TaWe ea...... .i I -- .
down the coast In their launch
| DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. gone The return In the old schemes olilevoration BUSINESS LOCALS.
-i Dorothy on a cruise of ten day :!I BduIBduI Ladle black mohair aklrta ... .,.
in eff
in china U atnking
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: Bee UM newest fad la Ia4l.a crash round length, sera fared lap maael. ,"

x I,un. FLA.. .., 10. 11M. Mr*. I. M. Budd and Kiss Maud Roberta .'\.t. Tlie Jot "mwm* to have and.jjon dr- A good alarm clock for 99 eeata M I belt, wklta. tan black and aode inverted plait eM regular KM tlai '
tint
br for
who>> have been on a visit to El- I oft mingled TIle Racket Store.Homeatead Special price..... ..,. .... ....>)g.N
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.ijft. In place of there which I"ut" SUrUl SUrtal
MAIL aIC8>mULL: llott'a Key for some time, have re- | I
been for lung: in use both in the Ui;.:Ii i i il
lamed home. J I I for ale; apply to tkla ladles seven gored SlcUUa cloth Lairs SlIt s.... j
P V Arrive from the North pried and in the cheap china ouif !' l
oflea. aklrta. In whit.; all man tailor, perA large assortment of silk RftII& -. ::"
shown bruad surface of .r.dur,
l r 7:" a. aa. L. A. Cole. proprietor of the Miami I fact Stung with seam IaN; special many styles and colon: anIT ......... :.. ;;
flower and the tinl-!
':Bn.m.OOM firing primary WANTED-Five or six room loose Price........ -t
Transfer Co. was In the city yesterday trimmed aa tailored
that dear to the} bran of \Vifliam '
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North sere w ,J
few the "
tk. Adilriaa R.. this
by offlc
from St. Augustine enroute to rear. ,
1:11.a 31.-ri.. and hi. di riple; *. 1i I '
Garnets.Ladle ;
Havana on business.Mr. result i.i atlravtire. if stunning, anil
,I ':1S p. at. though it may be a bit of a eWk at A good talk tablet for be at 'ifs l i C. B. Oaraat No. Vtt. made of 1

THE WEATHER B. B. Tatum. of the Metropolis first 1ft ibo 1K'\'U"lftI11rd to delicate Racket Ston.H.4qunera. V best quality BalMs;I this sorest gives ..:';. 1
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la la Jacksonville today attending tile live matter are made straight br.. the correct, erect form. ,
Vraahlagtom. Eastern Florida:
frulta
fancy roeeHaa.
Continued ....... toatgnt and tomor session of the State bemocnUe Elsaeeotlvs the information; that the deviant and ate. at Wilson ft Flra'a. 7 Special price.... .... .... ......|Uf t.
row. South to Rest wind No. 14? Warner nut-proof corset, :
canvass the returns of the last primary from the Spode ware of the
If wait lea cream that la ptot
JUzlmum. 7C.Minimum. and of which body he la a mem- early part of the nineteenth century. you p. to a corset that give the utmost satisfaction 1 .
and pure buy It of ta" Btaeayaa Drat ,
70.TOWN both for correct shape and "
bfor. Sho'.iM more lie needed to rai.oe'the' r"a
Oompaay. They UM Teaaeaeea cream.
modern Spode in general esteem, it wear t i iI

Messn. H. M. King and W. F. Miller if granted br the statement that the IU I Special price... .... .... ......fttFnaare 9

will return home tonight or tomorrow ware i* to." costly to permit of iU I '"
TOPICS.CUBAN. FOR RE.'T.-Deslrable east room.
I ; morning from Jacksonville where use except on the tablea of the very I t24 Eleventh Street with or without ;'1.

they have been In attendance at the well tA do.-Haqier'a Bazar. board. .I (

INDEPENDENCE' DAT.- annual session of the Florida Funeral i
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Mr* McLeadoa.
Tkis U ,Cuba Independence Day oran Directors' and Embalmer Association. C',se I. Papee.Chopr. I w

eqnlvatoat' to our Fourth of July Mr King was elected a delegate ( lit and dry fish..re most Hotel aDd famOiaa ran buy genuine I' SSM

and aa a result Cnbaaa throughout to the National Association which delirate"<\ <1Mi"i,,M. ..,..,ilrd in pa Drag
Tennessee cream at Biscayne !
America and tile world are celebrating meets la St. Louis I In October. per. Thia should be spread with f Lila Sit &n.

the event. There... very few CnVhaaa the L. .t olive oil; then the arli l le : One hundred waist, all sizes. all ".
Parties winking to lean the Spanish
In Miami! bat those her are Uk'ini DAl'GHTERS OF CONFEDERACT. to :, broiled tailed and peppered, the latest style la lawn, madras and
language Q. Join the clan now II.lormecI' .
a day off and emtertalnlDg then All persona Interested In the organization hoold be nuzly tucked in the case, j Batiste: only a few of each atyla \ .0i

frienda at Wklte'a cigar factory on of the Daughter of the Confederacy turning: the edjj** over several time .by F. C. Eorlcht.: a proOcienttearber. j..or j i tZM sad $3.00. Wa Offer to At

are requested to meet at the residence and I pinching together clone to the close at. ..... .... .... ....tlc. each
Avenue D.
of Mr*. W R. Harney, corner meat. The paper will char a longtime I !1 Ladies Japanese silk shirt waists
Pure Tennessee cream oa sale al
IMPROVEMENTS AT ROLL PALM Avenue B and Tenth street next Monday I.t"C..nIgniting., and the contents back and front tucked and trlaiaied

leiprovemeots la the Royal Palm hotel afternoon at 4 o'clock. Everybody will be hated in their oun I Biscayne Drat Compaay. 14} ;i with lace: Bishop sleeve; a waist that .

ground are atlll bring extensively interested Is uncrd to attend aa a full ; juice. The time required for broil- i will wash. Special..............M-41 .

...... though the rain ta Interfering I meeting to desired. ing in !...per ia usually about eight; { Flnt-rlaM table board may be procured Ladles shirt waists, same .. cut
minute*. When the paper U well !I lit S>., West Tmelfth Street. Mrs.Nelaa. .
greatly with the work. It.. said that trimmed with toe; back tacked; new \

Mr. FUgler III..... dating some Improvements !Vl 1lOlV1NEWS browned the chop or bird will be> 237 nerve, with tacked cut Special.... .... .... .... ...: ...S2.ooIi i
done to a juicy, delicate and digeitibU -I 1
to the house during tl'tsaam.r 011 THE BAL turn. Serve in ita enveloj--, We DM Tennenea ream U aU oat

commenced and at that an early the same date, will though he ...... which ronenea both beat and juice;'II Ice cream and fttao kava the plats Ii E. B. DOUGLAS

The launch Enterprise owned by I until the moment of eating.A ,
done not U
be eaa
will
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just what FURNISHED HOVEon ;.
of chicken broiled in
Mr. J. E lagraham. of the F. E. CRy large fillet '' I 31O... 312 Twelfth Street
learned officially.> this i. delioioua and of digestion. Tenth street for rent Apply at
to broken down and tied up at : way easy 'I'
this othce. 1
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awaltleg the necessary I
NO OOUNCIl. MEETINa.-Owlag W Fort Laaderdale. o _

the very Inclement weather last alght material for repairs, the engine Hevseheld Hints. Then are many young people' ;

there ... DO meeting of the city coun frame having broken In two while the Polithed iron ork can be preserved -I :Miami and Dade county interested ta -

,cil. not member showing up. boat was C'OIDI.It from Palm from nut br an inexpeniitemiiture leaning book-keepiaf aid rfeaocrapky. School Will Soon Close ,
Beach where she took Mr. Ingraham
made of copal Yam .h mixed -I and the Metropolis proposes la

A 'VERDICT OF GUILTT.-Testery from here last week. with a* much olive oil aa will gite make It possible for two of tkaaa to

afternoon Jury eonslstlag: of W. Captain Hlenkel has returned, wit* it a 'Ir. :{ree of greasiness and afterward lave a chance without the coat af ajalnile
C A. Gore. B. from Jupiter Inlet And children will soon have a long vacation from
X r.onc.. A. Crave the launch Seminole adding to this mixture a* dollar. For fall details of tIN your

JHiutard.. R. A. Miller.,E. T. Clyatt. where be towed the houseboat Rote tnurh -pint of :rpentine aa of var-j I plats the atm page of this papa book*. Why not place them in the 1"

W. A. Sawyer and O. Frank Copp. tryIng Mart which I* bound up- the Indian I ,
State vs. Je se tiwh.Prat C: ..... _Miami Comervatory of Musk? .
the case of the River to Tltusville. k. in rooking stove can be And now comes the Supreme Court c'
with await and battery I mad I .
.
Howard charged .ti.r..ori' 'led by a pate
: of Tennessee and by a derision banded -
.'before Judge Heyser. rea .ced a This .. the kind of weather when of wiz part .f common wood ashes down at Jackson last Saturda Ilavyou investigated: our

verdict of g Ilty. and the defendant trout bite the beat and despite the to one par ..f table salt, mixed with says that a woman haa DO right to "Partial Scfatitarship Plan?". Anyone is thereby enabled -

_Jeaa, -4 a Baa of 110 and costs. rata several parties went oat aftertbese cold water. Properly) mixed it will. misrepresent her &p. Nevertheless, to obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely 1
splendid 0h this morn'ng {rove lasting and will take blacking.To .
and the Supreme Court a twltblltudIa. -
clean plaster of paria ornamenta -I nominal cost. S .*1ea.* cm arraajf far ass W Praxtk Pianos I .
!, ) (. lovely woman will continue tomtareprreent
cover them with a thick coating
IIEIITI01I.1 Captain Cook. In the touch Hyepua.

PERSONAL went down to Elliotts Key yesterdaywith of March, and allow it to 1IfC.oomei I,he ha a right on to that or not.point-Columbia whether franklin Coleman Bush. Director." '

.. a party' who had basses there. dry. Then it may be I
gashed off and the dirt with it. (Tenn.l Herald.IRERBINE.
to should have been back today I
Arthur L. Chase of Jacksonville They __ __
badness.Mr. but have probably been ..talaed by ,
down for a few due on c:..... ..... C.rUis and Pettier .

of Savaat the rain. I Curtain and portiere made of . . . . . . . . . . . .....
and Mra. Pepperday. .
Will o\fr '< Indigestion and dy-
morning and will The severe and couta-t rslri; o: the cotton burlap were never popular.
k. came down thi : bowel and SPIERS & MERCIER
The to date to make them iwpla: refuelv careliver
business nest Sunday lot few days b. e I Interbred materially np way
co to Havana on ia have band of cotton and kidney <-' lalnu. It.. the
to
with the work on tie .ctte! :.". especially a printed
inches wide all about the i best blood earicher and Invigorator lathe I .
R. ParriA\ are yesterday and t:>>.:..'. Cam crape seven <
Mr. and )Ira. Allan eottase on Italu Potter, supertntecdent or fie curtain and about an inch and .1 world. It la purely vegetable, perfectly
March '
now oecupyir the the summer. :j work' said today that It has been Irji half from the edge. The curtain harmless and ahonld yon be a Real Estate. Life. Fire and

Fourteenth street for i edge U finished with a silk girapi, sufferer from disease, yon will ue It If .
possible for' him to get the bars:
braid. The burlap come by the ..I...
you arc Insurance
Intown i Accident
J. T. Kirk of 8C Augmtlne. I* loaded here on account of the bad
several yard, a* does the band also, which u R. N. Andrew, editor and manager
today and will rema'n weather. Outside of this condition
made expressly for this purpose. I Cocoa and Rorkledge News Cocoa
are favorable for advancing the work.It : Rental and Collection Agents
I A pair of dark green portiere* Fla_ writes: "I have used your Her

-and sou. Henry would be well enough to prohibit showed a band of cream printed cotton blue In my family and find It a moet / <*

Madam Trybom spend i:to marriage of divorced persona but on which was a pattern of pinkprawhng excellent: medicine. It effects I uprrmu
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for the North to Office Pank of
leave tomorrow roaes. Another of over Bay Biscayne.Lock .
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pair hare been marked benefit. !
elf
of which. i'It would be still better to prevent tat a
the summer, the latter part old rove one Lad a band of creamTith Box Miami. Fla. i
recommend It uhftltat1D ly.5Ic. 177.
I
to Europe for a marriage of peron ho ought to i>e <<

they abort win visit probably go .CI'lf0rce4.-Wubtactoa Post.T a red rose pattern. I I i Sold by Red erPaam.CJ'. . . . . .e..s. . . . . . .









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GOLD TO SELL j Ij A TELEPHONE THAT LISTENS TROLLEYS IN THE WOODS i FV of n.-arti' even de,cnptm*
iroiicl trail : iron tiWWHifUHTf.
are i .et t or u.irm
1 and fc3ozcu -. .. .... .. | .....t..- .t Eleetrle a.l1oea4. I. '
ran give chapter verse i Tfc ta..Il. N kaa. A short tinu .. .o it .toulil !'uve, IMVFhoiiit
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. 4t <. of atrocities which prose "r' .r ".pL' (.... II .tr to iron nte'u'* *h"v : '
I i The I'aal
annoaucriuvnt Siultli
i ,ncln:ively tLat Colombia ha no Nmli llI.: liU-rt\" Inventive frolo I o. lib l ,,'
:;; I" :t warns iron m>tra< Ire
the botrl
veteran guide and keeper of
i title to be dt'lltith bt' the United i .. .'''''01. 1' ..w..* tuluutart!; ovra i> the Adirondack, that several else-in y i,m. l but it it .helm done with I Rates.

\ State or any other power; *+ a utilized I pbs a ifll at police lw-.d.llI.rt. laU'hhiiii. : railroad will anon be running tbnmgli L-I re*uta!; in -..m.. (",'Ior""*. This Clubbing
g: nation. Here is one typica "Km.' where be I is perfecting eat *ii* wilderness I U !Site Wanner-' d\i.et not im luile inn or other ?rc 'j t .

1= ftorr: ,I IB al".t" fur rerurtliuff trk-pboo. manic, "not *o bad a* it oumU.," say cat i-tix-L. but it do<*< include bow ,..VS J ,
0- A denti named Theophile Bor 1 cv6rer+..ti"ii In the .bnenrc( of tb* i tbe New York World. ck.f. Of..mr-e the .arra ironproceg -
r faro came to me one day smell irked "| ofraer of llw Instrument. says tb* : Of course It rather InKrfrnwlt! \' mud cheaper than the ol* o
t if I wanted to buy come gdld. 1 Kansae C'itv, TlineK.Th i, the pristine wlldnem of tbe wood --. 'BVl'twl, of in-eiuy and dressing' :
aid yea and he unwrapped a bund1! I .>ui.i.. went to \Vkblti> frum Not be charged opou by a gone clanging. Wet '-.- 't 1' general adoption i-t new s The people of Dade County will want all the news

'f c: and howed me about a pound of I >ra.'ka a few wtfka ago lie is a bear trolley at car the wbra very ..one..... I I.but the troiie! )i stall!.._ _, It i<< not unui" roM! tooth filling some t l which painter by trade. 11.:11 put IB Jail iron finished rather( but 'p
i. > | i ear has Its "JIo0'a.- |1'Kitent it cause of the elections,
had fragment of teeth till tick tlw-re for b-mg drunk.t'ben his live "I la tbe terrible' drought of last cprlnai i* a-iialU! pniido.1 l .itli a li. '.t 1. B
f inp in them. dollar flue bad two erred out be i moat of the ere that devaluated tbs dre'.iii<: of oil.-Shoe and Leather

f "Where did you get them" I a ked I I j went to Clilt-f Burt and olfered tu I I wlldernera a. It bad never own before Reporter_ ___ | National State and CountyThe
' in homfied amazement."I work for tin HtJ IB return IIT a place I were set by sparks from railroad en-
got tome of them in the fight i I t* al.l f|. a h.1! fur bn portion of the 1 dines :Many. suits for 4aiuage arv The Hippepotamu \

; at San Joce," he replied "and the prlwtn fare. IIi. offer was arre|.ted.Now BOW pending against tfce railroad com It seems that Ik< ppOTKiarjniu ,
be .ork a at a rudely constructedtable ponies. by owner of burned forest
I' 4 4rroliable
colonel is to he exterminated
mt
were got br a government it u hardly
land If their point can be snctalnei.
in the last engagement at Buena In a detention cell. by Uw the railroad companies them that the hippopotamus!! MetropolisHas
"le*. I BUI trying to latent 0001- .. l '
tentnra. I selves may be forced .IB self pnXecttos I in tliii, but itill loe a good
"But how did get them oat t" thing that will attend to a telepuuo I tu.nt for manLind..ecording to ttt
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( you to use electric power. which wired perfected
I while the owner li ....ut.- be said to I 1 arrangements whereby it can offer
f "We jnot knocked them out withbaronets from the abundant waterfall of the London Glolie Tin- intelligent animal .
a n-(>Ortl'l'. w bile bis lone buoy Anger endanger such attractive rates for various
and the butt end of rifle woods would not the forest eonrLtutlattacks boats, neld-j, newspapersthat
*. The toldien did that to all i I worked among nnnilierlec pieces of | hi time of drought and gardi-ii', and ".hat he doc not there shovld be no excuse for people re-
t.- the bodies, and I bought tbe gold wand and metal "If any one call i i Another great advantage of tb. trolley eat," sate an authonU. "he *it* on.1X01l' maining in ignorance as to the happenings of
.1 Iie It will tell '
mere yon up -you are con for wood nso to that It ran stirI he
-lor a trifle.-World' Work. I is luriii-elf\ be mi on. We the
when route back. If the maa year.
you ron mount any rea onabl* grade where
| trust that those in charge of the t
wbo called ukl U
anything t you I the Meant ratlraad has to trick to the
A Pia i StwkiHf Incident. will.. remember the adviceof
campaign
will be there waiting to say Itself to level or make a level for Itself. .t great
Captain James D. Graham. IB- you. All you will haw to do .U to 1 coat. Oa the whole. the. wood bv one of our foremost naturaluU I'*
diau m dical service, Fourth Bengaj! I take out your key and. unlock a little worse aaalea thaa the troUsy cicbemeea. and "shoot the hippopotamus with RATE.
,; lancer, quartered .Allahabad, ha ': Lot. It.U1 be done by tbe power of I bullet made of platinum," for il1i
t went to the Indian Medical Gazette ,i{ vibration. 1.11I forms It eke you ---r they UH the other kind his hide will (| of
'; In account of apig ticking accident I I futiu litfbt wills a less Ton bar Dr. HarBr. K trt. tartly flatten 'em.
r which is probably unique. It.fi' i beard that a loc trotting across abridge President Harper of the TJniver- i The Daily Metropolisand
lieutenant who wa out pig ticking mould! break down the brides lit, of Chicago wa departing from A STARTLING TEST. One Year
be caught the vibration Jut right !
i came up with the .boast which 1I'U a banquet in New York when a .
am gulag! to catch It right la thU t.Itrulll"t. (
> on hi* off side i s and tuck it. Itt 1 have bees working .. voting: clubman who had ut betide To save B life Dr T G. Merrtft, of Daily ; imes-l1 ion $10.00SemiWeekly Jl'
swerved acrow* to the near ride and this Instrument for tines 1N"'I ." hini.aid. with a light sneer: No. Mehany. Pa., made a startling I
the pear, striking the pony' off Thoiua. \is a wanderer, at bout "1 hud always thought that phi. test resulting In a wonderful core.H '
f. .houlder,'..* wrenched out of 'I wherever be happen to bs. Wbem b< loaopbcnt and learned men ate only, writes, -a patient was attacked1 II Times-Union 15.50.
ricJ r'* hand and al o Waken .1 I,.;,. one town t. go to ._ber hedestru I plain fool, bat there are a DUmt.'f'of 'I(I with violent hemorrhage* canned hyiulceratlon j >
efth. .pig. It eat /lajig butt to tb }* or throw away aU BOM-SB .ftbr ', philos4>pher* and learned mi-n of the moma h_ I had often Weekly (Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-

., ground! and the point, ruing in the'<: the nistbiue.lilra Thomas lie csrries believes with him that only he here tonight, and it teem' to in-. found Electric Hitter excellent foracute 4 Union U.oo

air penetrated the pony' near ... that they are going in for all thr<' ,, stomach and liver troubles so I
j has rewhed UM .t whet his dream With Atlanta twice
Journal
i boulder; passed through its chest!,' .Is to (evuuie a reality. Ho expects : rich di
; and rib and out at the flap of the I Iaddle. soon tv.>.e the Instmmeat of his. Imagination of u,." from the rr>t. and baa not had aa attack With. Weekly Palm Beach News <2.oo
Thence entered the fleshy I IZ I working. -Well." said Dr. Harper, ".i ihouldn't h, la lo-irteen, month' Electric *

muscle at the back of the rider' i, ll c UwU that are carving and. form. they Do yon think tii"< .Bitten are positively" guaranteed for *
- left thigh, passing 'out about *ii Inc the mudd of the telephone r gad tiling of life are intended onl Dyapesla. 10dln-Uoa. constipation Old subscribers all
must back
corder a" pocket knife, amaD alesad pay dues before they
o and I'half inches higher up. Th. are a for oou y ,and Kidney troub5. Try them Only .
pony topped till, and the lance a pair of srtiwar IB a tla nil; .. wa..t.Doat Me at all druggist can take advantage of these offers and cash
are a little tar and paint mixed tt mad ..." : in advance
*a Come
was extracted after the haft hay cnemoay. must accompany all orders for
teeD cut. The lieutenant serve the purpose of el... All Bight aid a lady to aa old tumor who had these combinations.
recovered hug Tboma sits at the rods little called t* so* hor bBsbaad.lly A.rio.lt.r.l Plan ComplstrX Jilr :
- but the pony died of pneumonia ek covered deeply. with what loot. gractova! Kznuo aa.. ..,..* Jauie 1. J'anuer of Tennessee. I *,
a week later. ike rubbish' II* seldom Bleep, .. zelalawd tile stbe Jmmplng hastily cliM *r.i-ial agent .f the. tailed Mates i iUovernruint ADDRESS
a hen be doe It is only for a few aatd -I thoacht t wa oly ataadlag t>.rd. World .'.11'.-It.* .*I
"-our*. *. tile doanaaL'TMna.BMsil practically completed the plans for the J:
< totter Unmak4.Smithers exhibit of the college. of agriculture I*I
never light one of his Faro WelL and merhaak-* and. experiment stattnoa. j I Miami
Tke Keel.Hi _.... ..u.... i Metropolis.
cigar Ja.t k"pit in his mouth nI.tlhetot; railway IB w rtd I. -Waa It a farewsil' sour'" asked the of w hfc h be has charge. 0* has !
and chews the end. I've often wondered BU. lot-.... built l>y a Cetiuaa Uf inn Iftbe ekwerrirad. serored jpace .In the Educational buildIng I*J I
why." 1 should any DOt." reiiKujdod. the ftlll' the greater part of the exhtbt.whk .
e Mrxtnna mlatac! "You wouldn't if had ever Ara....'.- |t. upper term heavy tragodlaa. ....IIa. bees grertedwitk -h w .large and eomprebeaalv and
you .rsrrlp recetabeM. K which will .he of especial teMrvat tf A
them.1 sever '
tracked one of CinciUkaU win h* .. BMUn abort so .
.Tr1baL.. ilYe1. .i, toed .... la aiy -h7.d.lpbts southern planters. I K
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TIlE
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GEO. H. MEYERS ,
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I UNITED STATED !FOR! THZ &O':TH- I a.w .lo* .. mtm.B1nsnm .

ERN DISTRICT or FLORIDA. .- \ .II. 1 have found thai .
II. tM matter of CowtomaalkMi of Land Mr ne!.'.ly returns tonr love i* fulL

Electrical Contractor : betwM Btscam Bay sad tk. AtlaatleOc Fn! +eMi. i-n't .tat 'ifhtful ,
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I I a. Then 111 hair the fun ..f ri'isf it to :.
somebody else I *.. really afraid the
: TIM PTMktont of tM Caltod State of .
...lfl... thing was (>unf 1.. keep It.RalUxaor .-

I II I I I 113 Avenue C. i To America John :F. Horr. Esq.. Ualtod StatM *-Anie-ican flosamed <.

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I Marshal for tM BoutbOTB District o* M th* A
Estimates forQ'"Ekctrlc T.-Sh.. traveling under am sr
Florida: Grwtlnf: J
I aumed name n wJr
Uako knows to Baathaa T. FMd. MaryW. ..- Y-." "..,,', uy ao! What i*lit \
Light Wiring. Bell wiring.i : Oibora. Frank Oaborm. .arab_CO 0.j .- Her "".""...1'.. $*. 'wa. marnsj ,

born. Viola L. Oobora. D. D. HoMrlekon. ,...t.rda-.y..cI..MI;.......
Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. j. 8uua C. Hondricluoa. sad Hair W.

t I Ofborn. ExoeatrU. sad Frank 0.- A POSITIVE NECESSITY. '::
I born. Executor, of tile last win and ttament -

of Ears A. Osbora. I 1&-
docawod. and
.. FREDK. S. MORSE Marine to opus my bed for It
all other lat.r..1.d
nonon la tho foUowln -
from
days a severely bruited lee. I :
I dMcrlbod land; that found relief. when I used a Dots ofBallard'

...... I art burnt.entitled a. BMlUoa wu tiled m tboniiavo Snow Liniment. I cam ek.n> )
REAL ESTATE cauo praying tM eondomnatlon -
fully recommend It as the beat modi- i
t of certain land for tile woof
It tho Untied State, dootrllml a* follow cine for bruise. ever lent to th* afflict ;
.: Commenting a point couth ed. It ha BOW become<< a poaltir ... 1
Office iUir Cor. Ave. C sod It tb St. .
up it it .
degre.
mlnuto
Watch this spacefor wot MB foot from ceaaity upon myxelf D. R. Bvraaa. ,
f th Bonheant ownor of tile orthwoM merchant, Doverville Te....
SSe. Me.ti i
Miami. Dade Co.. Florda. quarter of wctloa M. In tewnahlp Mouth. "
rsns.C sat running thonco oauthdecrre .00. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. -
change of 6 *. N ......... eat about I. foot ;
t. the .n..re of the Atlantic Ocean t....* 'I'JU-
TWO IS Inns OVX- 1 1U.
POWERS MEAT MARKET. following aW hare nuiherlr for. about
UR feet thence north *> deer** 1* mlnwrat ....'.. pointer for the Urraorou
at. (alone a lino parallel to and reader! TOM
want to
Florida East Coast Railway sap a.sq ;
distant at right anclra fromM northem and w* knew. BOW to help you. Wt i,
Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. boundary of th* tract of land koinedorrlbfl. can fix It to JOB pay a littlo BMTO aka ',
low fat .*->rt <<'J fof. to hnrwater
Hams. efon-
and
Sausage. Poultry, etc. ebprice paper fettaotw* 3HI
mark on Btocayo. &). theses >. waak The prior of ,lie Daily
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toll A'EviCE;' 0. MUWL FUMtlDA. .
Schedules. northerly following nM low water mark.host riiucfUBMMi and CitixeB has noisily .=
.. IP feet thenre couth ttyuV beet reduced to the following' prieo *:

mlnnim ..... cabal a Bn* parallel to Three months ... ... . f 1 M
tgix
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You Build dliitnnt
Are Going to ? hem at right an.le from tile BMMtli....... ... .... .... tOt 4
ou .boundary of this tract of landbelnr One year.. ...... .............. Of eWe
d> Tlb d. l3 feet. about JSl feet
to tbt point of coButonronMnC _....- propose to teed ywa both t4 :
If so, or ti need building material of an Daily sad .' .,
you ) log C..S terec, more or leo.. m Dad Coun tenday aa4Cife
kind should not fail to see t,. Ftori.: and the Xrntornti for: .
you There, the** preaeat ar* I* ems- diXBMWtlM. ..... ........ .... $11OB .
mand thenr and each of them, and any year.. ...... ............ .' M t
We will ..... the
and all you Semi-Weekly
penwi interested Jj or having ;:t.-
none upon rid land, to be and appear riaMM-L'BMNl and CiUMB a4 aM .:4
J.AJcDonald&Co. _
before the Circuit Court of tile United Mrrmorou : ,

State tor the toother District of Florida Six BKmtb for.. ...... ...... n. 81 M COn :
I II II If II I at Jackwmvni. .. Monday. June year. .... ...... ......... S M '. jTbu
4th. 1,.... then and there t. fll* any objeetlon .
they may hare, and to show what for ti cent more thaw tk. '.
Lamber. Lath*. %l.gl.s. XoaMlBf C..lal, Brick. u.. of .
the
D"'ers In interest they and each of them may haT prior dally,you ret two pars #
CoMeat Planter, Hair Etc. In the property hereinbefore described.and and for flfty cent more thai the ftI'alar ai.
Tarts a..4 Ofiee.lv- .* D sad ink (Hreet.Wilson's. to show eauo. If any they can why price ot :'.* II KTaOPOLU,yos(.. "
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-- ------- -- mid land should not be condemned aerordlnv -
CitiwB and the Ftrm. and rraiGrow.
to law to th* use of tile United j
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Statee; and why such proceeding* a* I* 1' 1
NoyeltyU provided by law nhould not bo had; whya 8f'tHIov1' sabacripUoB too*. Coah --1
Jury should not he nmmone t* **se. to advance always at tbe** IN"TII.llnaoPOUIlo- .. ,
I the damage: why a Jndfment of conilemnatlon 3.Miaaii
I VmVl not be entered upon ft ,
U now In operation and ready to receive the verdict of the said Jury m pursuance i -1 ai
i \ order of the Statute In such case made i | | | | | | | | ii | I 4
ind provided; why such other and further .
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: FOR ANYTHING IN .
proreMlln as may he provided bylaw
WOOD NOYELTIES. In such raw as may he neee+wry to '
l Robbins & Co. Windownd door .creens. window, I j enable the United States to acquire a nun Cooley & Homer fjHe

J. A. and dor frame, tore fixture, stair I j i j not feet be and h..fee 1 simple title! thereto shnuld

work. Inside trimming of all kind I Wtne "'iH<%-or.ble Melville TV Ful (Rrzll Estate ai Rtitil Alms l1'f !
and Carr1.a.lre } Wv ('f 1 .t r' tt the Supreme. Court .
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DaCo.2m.ess R. S. WILSON --
rt the "- -t.t !"t.ite*. and the Seal of f
Dopos1."tory.Qualitr i CONTRACTOR: AND: BUILDER. lhi;. Co ., I.. e City of Jacksonville | List Year Property With Tlea.: a. y yA
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in iM 'If "T thin l twentyseventhiv
is remembered long after price is ryas, acre' ..rsefrfant..c... e' \ ill A *, '*.. I .....Ii "' .
.I Se. I: O. LOCK. .. flr puree tf has front property. 1.!!:
Clerk.TTUT. v.i.l.! .",:anan right, within a fewminnr -rr >
forgotten. J --. --- 8 walk of the bu.ine..renter 1i +
: 1 F0: rt'a-.iCATiON. i ill ;Miami bring nib fret on bay and rai
F. W HAHrlJ I' 'to ter, deep, having' a ,lot of fine :
Mkes the .
Quality Bargain. In' c p nit ('.. .rt :. '.nth Judicial'I t twarir'g trees tan II. Ihiiia8nf, .;

('.,-u T. r-Kl-! .,,:.nty, Floridx > Ida:r for a inter home.'r.

... 413. rjwalitli. Street,1 ::"': !..a.n1.j > .. ..::..!\J:::. :: ::. :aler: \m'i': .',,: t- V ad-: H. Ray, dlrorc 'II- -_ t"I ..

I no"- hale In my employ one of tht It a '.rig '. af'-r.t appended to 31S Tfk-lfk Sired :-illlr t: Rust .

'p.t .iri.'t,rnan in the South. aid an 'IP' t.. ; 'IP 3'I visted caupc that T r MIAMI FLA J-. -. -'"

,, Iwtter frerared than ever for furnish vI "' i'1! .. d.! fer.dint therein j 1'1" I I I I I I I >- 4a -

Ilr.VY! !!\CRxMI'MUM;. irs plans and details for good build n.r, -:.,1..rut of the !State' of i[ j)

I II .-. s i nz.I N'jjuitti: l'trrtatt Work II tre. line cabinet' work. etc.I f ., i :M a ,' IB t 't r':.lent of Port- ri :

F lI -< Ha'Telll1"r.' I All kitidItppeirinff: ant Low head'lum..ra for turned s O'"oui Ei..: '- uv. r the ale;: of Whit\ Eagle Itatfj Sbors,)
;:\. Kranngand'.eidrrtnq
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1'-- II vnr<\. shrill; San ing' and all; work usually .vi-. *\-o,"i ..t=ar 'H' therefore or-
!-/ s a )turf., .uarantred, Kir-t-l.*. fnart: hairs.; \(\\Jltil\\ : : .
lone In R first class planing mill :t ret! that =TI nou..d.'nt: defendantr '

:>: "u1 mp 'oir' ord.-rs for door a antu"w > an J i: t-f b\ requ'rrt! to appear to Best: Nenu i is: Ik lit). ]
Ooo.Avoni* D.
Shop w":. frfcm-"s. ba1'.u.lf'rs. br .oke'..' he 11.1'! o' 'n'n piant; fi':"d. !in "'aidtII".' A. COLBY Proprietor, ,j.IHZ

etc and be convinced. i or !.t'f..rc Maondi.the 6th day of Twelh'titroetClubbing

I r I .v D l"i otherwise" the allega- ---- ---

1 MIAMI n "f -:. J tltli1l' be taken 14 con-

s i : !S;. -!t.ol l"{ nIa.t.,

& Co. It is further ordereu that this orJer ,

> .SEABOARDAir McNeill pub! ,si>%d once a week for four coaMitiv @ Rates. 'i

"- > "tk* in tt e Mami: Mttropt -

Stable l: (Pa;I.; ) a new.paper pn!"it.' ml ID S
Sale
Livery Feed and You can save
by subscribing -
LiK3 Railway -Idot>i.t*' and Stata money .

This Jnil cay of 'a i. ""* I I for the papers "f
12th Street, West of Railroad. ECS-.-.f -
FOR you want through
j\Vc I lure yentli: horses. \bro'xf'; for la iivs to ride; and drive. T'erl! r rf .
O 'Or' *.
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Savannah. Columbia CamJcn. Southern Pines, Dept'r! The :

Raleigh; KichnunJ. ,hinston, iialtimarc, : GOl'd Comfortable Carriages Iol..rt P. Ta, !'orSo.ri'ir .

Philadelphia. New York. First class Teams, and : Ti>r r":11. '?'. -.. Metropolis.We .


Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White Drivers. HAS COMPANION WHO SEES. can give you the J

Seaboard NaN Yor< j i M ited. Dauy I'liTicb-L'nionand: .-
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Seaboard.Express Seaboard Mail .-. . . . . . . . .o ._... . .4. T..,. I.,tow ke.wl.dae Tork aatls.e.Her .tN H.lilyIetro.polis: for

J I sThcarstrial bat I. ".... u.

.. Modern Pullman K
... of the bran'ifnl in life thru t-l'I. tliafflution
., rrt I. 1I.-1.. .c'1"1 ir. p i -i, t .1'-'- fl' ,.'.... .. ..
'**" n' N w S.S.00. ;
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en'h.! '*- Itai4C. ..n A a J. ,.... .... ..ro.r'p| Publishing c: ... .
Aartlana ae.1 .. ..h. ',.1'.M V x .. u. 1- '. .a: ': .1'' :71 I' mofd .T. .."....' b..mtn> in Neworlc .
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line ojreratin daily thnm/h sleepers frnuJacksonville ,V *"OiH : .. .. .. : -
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| Only .. .. > .. .... ,. all I h.t i* saiuy <>n. lln lie
.nat a Mtl; if *r\ II.OJ. a
t t e .c' nr .
\ to New (Orli-an... iTFt. .Th.. .k.*..**.. tif a fuiilpntii Daily Metropolis -\
1 *.w'.r.fa <*'' M .. m f the same *rhut ht..unFrr
.. t.Lr.. anal.Ira usual *n.er* riPr:! n.. .Mk W, aad in.ta.r i k. i..i.1 i m t I. i
.. .... : ....... the Ai.man i. h r-flf 77 anoSemiWeekly '
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; ... -- w tears okl). who take. her fr..m
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I i E..n fHT".. m>.. )but or tri: .i> 0.1. i at u; tad 1e .
reservation oil. tkt. pa t'*i.aid. a4r rti.ew..t wl, r.N....r..h, 4 plate. explalnirfr rvrrvthmif.. wars i
tad of th v
For fuil lufornutioi -leepcT un any agent ..... '
: hraxilifal iit.w -rl
i. imtitxaiMWij a ie Or
.. ."- the New" York' Mail and :
Seaboard, or w,'rite i .. .< ..r I ... ... .. Thus, .. I' TimeS'Lmon
F ..th earared F"- fit** .nb *) 2.eat. an aftern >" at an art exhibitmn <-\. \
t \ .. Wriw"".. E fbha'r
A. 0. MCDONNELL sst.cea. Pus m Jacboniille, Fit j' t lJ.Jltr Record i Kith an remits exrellent in idea both coming of the away nt.wt $5.50

Comoany'I'I ..table ....._. Th* arrhitrrluroof a yeaT

S. C.JBOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Agrt.f faclsoiltrille. i I the various new bniMinr i. de- Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly I
vrribed at length: the binding and
t .,t'.a&&t..t..saA arse.. ........ .t.t I illustratmna ..f late bmtks are laid Times-Union both ...

f 7 -----,. before the mind of the afflicted nnoi '
one year. J2.OO.
i with much HrrumManr. I,
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JAMES: M. JAC=stfc. }.. + *- !J
WALfExt >L C AHAM Ir" *" Even
CentrallyLocateo the new operatic and dramatic Hy
it. r'. M, rTiCT-rr o>s ....,>aw! Tr a. The I events are attended with great 1J

It I i regularity, and the ......'u...... form The Pompano fan
-j and fares of the performer are de-j ,
Dade Qouity.bstraet/ o. M-rihed in the fullest detail; the
E. A. FOJfSELL PROPRIETOR scenery and the properties are the 1... HcComh, Proprietor i

'. COttPORaTE.I nbjert of cornmeal aDd the people
IL PioneerHotel Pompano Florid
In the audience furnish material for

SEWELL BUILDING MIAMI FLA. dlsrmsion"Ia travelingthe between eompanioa the arts. i. the .1. WVV )

RATES $uoo TO $J..50 PER DA same faithful' painter of pirtnre. for Accommodations tor / entleaeaonlj. .

tb. *ihtle.* eyes of her en,.,,,,..1'. Produce mad .
,........_t* sod MMlm a..ou.ct.MiSoarcsos., THW seasi.uJ Ie..,Ia" la Corner Avenue B and nth street and every feature that goes to give Bettors will find that they ao
;, _N. w t..e('emttse_ -'b.aratt iswks d aL -4 hod JI__" Me c...,. j that which cat
MIAMI FLA. variety seems a necessary cover more territory in a dad
1 spice to living I I. brought out with from here thai from aar othL

it: the utmost arUcxJaritr point oa the liae.



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

; condition at the close of business March 2Stht 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.

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f Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas Nation \

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

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Asse"ts. Litt ,bilities.

;. Loans and Discounts. . . . . $163.955 :l 4 Capital .$100,00000 >

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

:; I*. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . 25,00000 1.56972

" j Premium on the .. 1.4375 :National Bank notes outstanding. . 25,00000

4. Hade. County Bonds. . . . . 5.00000 Deposits: ; 262,07093

v Banking 41.21413 .

:V U. S. Bonds owned . .$56,625 00

.... I Iue from Merchants :National

;. Bank of New york. . 19.15988 I

* Due from National Bank ofJacksonville

O- 18.39946 .
. : Due from Mercantile Exchange '

Bank of Jacksonville 7.33613 .

1't. Due from Trust Companies of .

. New York . . . .. 7,50020 .
Due from State Banks and. \
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Bankers. 10,24908

i. I Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. r.250 00.

: \ Cash on hand in vault . 33.26385 153.78300
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$390,640 65 S39O,640 65 .
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." A Masticating W..r--- Last Bight at ..54 at the corner of SECOND PRIMARY" CANDIDATES. :
f: "It is with faltering penmanship i Scott and Franklin (streets directly,an 1 i :
j Below Is the list of those who willhave
t' that I write to have communication Ider a Urge!: are light occurred one of i 5000.00
i I to make the race In the second
V with you about the prospective condition :the most serious street car eolllnlon
' June 7th for this : :
county
primary on
/ of your damsel offspring.: For ,that has occurred in recent UmnL Car
f.,'' tome remote time past a secret passion |i41. coming; from the Heights met' car For GoY_..... .. :; w
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T" has firing in bosom internally I tOts fur ) .
my -':5 bound for Michigan avenue. Both f Palm
" with loving for roar-daughter." can were damaged to a considerable'extent NAJ-OLEOX B. BROWAKD.UAVI8. [,Beach Stock
* So begins the letter of a love and will be In the shop for a X R. w. .
-1 t stricken Babu. The writer contin- good bile. At the time of the rol- For Keprenentatlv IM Cons;_ Being Closed out at .(Ii
MS: ,llsion the car were crowded and only Vole fur ooOFRANK
if "1 Iv educational capabilities have three people' were hurt. MotonnanSullran. : CLAKK.
- abandoned me, and here I now cling /NEW/ YORK* COST.
injured In the
. of car IS was J. 1L BARR8.
: to tho e lovely long tree of your 1
breast and collar and was carried to anearby Mmbw National Penocrait Com ,
much coveted daughter Lie a mariner ,' For _,
. house where he received mf'dI itteo.Vote '
shipwrecked on the rock of love.As I ( forJ.lEFFER80N A
r to my scholastic caliber I was nearby house here he recered ( 150
B. BROWNE. i ,,
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recently} rejected from the Kangun ical attentioo. It. found Dlf'CI-j I
t. college, and I am now maMicating.:;bone were broken and he Is x: CROMWELL O1BMOX3.
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Penang Gazette. ing 4I right this morning. The others For Secretary .., Btste 9 Mens Nobby and Up-to-date Suits
were two Cubans Chi loa 10 Rlnarde. CovUnt H icI. St.t Injured In the foot and limb and wrist JAMES! J:. BROOkU. i Made of :Summer\ Weight Cheviots Home ;

The Russian police make practical and Ramon Cueto. hurt in the breast H. CLAY CRAWFORD.Pot spuns, |\VooI Crash :and j English Cricket
use of the X raret Kiev ret -,These gentlemen last night were worse ,
cratly a drunken primmer was rob-' frightened than hurt. The motor of (VOl.ProMentlBa'for *aJ Attorney. F. Cloth.; k WilsonHros) Cluett and: tar make J

bed of about $300 by cell mates. car :K exploded sod added to the n.frlght..f'd H. F. ATKINSON. I ----- -- --- -. .
They denied the crime, but t1l'0-1 j; pa-r:..... Luckily no one ROUT. R. TAYLOR. ---
' thirds of the money was in has been seriously Injured and It Is ; 250 }
their clothing and the X ray revealed -I hoped that this collision which tak- For(VM Tu Collects for -, : a
the other $100, which was in Ing place as It did. and beyond doubt T. N. OAtTIERR. Suits Mens Underwear
gold snugly stowed away in theirrespective occurring as a result of carelessness, NOW ON ,
interiors. had swallowed B. M'LENDON.For
They -
should be the cans of more watchfulness Wool Lisle
Balbriggan and Lisle.Sewell's
Fancy .
it. Against detectives .ro-, Conty Aismnr of Taxes.
: Tided with the X ray, the radium. on the part of the street car (Ye*. for ens) AT _____ __
ray and _other marred yet to come, people-Tan Herald. O.EU.: 0. BUTLER.C. I
the criminal of the future will need I L. X1MAMIES.
, to be armor plated like a battleship. For Clerk Orralt Cwtf. I Hats For Men. .
HANGING" AT BARTOW. (Vote for .1*.)
(Criminal Hate HI_ Bartow. May to.-George Rodger E. C. DEARBORN.J. .
John Connanghton,principal keep-(colored, was hanged her today for -- a. FREDERICK. Tailoring .
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;- er in Sing Sing prison, has not ra-.the murder of Lewis Lang also colored J.
' ited New York for twentf-nine' rot Bbertlf. .'
city .
at Winter Haven.LIVELY '(Vote for sue.)
i years and there is little likelihoodthat Establishment r 100
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be yiJle.r do so. The reason CONTEST.
.f this is that there art in that city I I JOHN rROHOCE.DI&1OL"'T10 DENS STRAW '
rests HATS.
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a great number of men who would I On vote with tea pale -
OF PARTNERSHIP.
welcome aa opportunity to kin him.la .. the u --- :
for subscription to Dally Metrosl.s You will find 1.-
Notice ls hereby given that the partnership anything you
his capacity It keeper for
prison
forty years }1r_ Connanghtoa ha. which can be used toward paytai lately existing between N alter wish in this stock 100,
caned the M. Newman and U L. McNeil of except
enmity of many desperate -I some worthy yooag person* waj
criminals, most of whom bat Miami. FT-, under the ana name of MENS FELT HATS.
shoes which
him with aa intensity which would]1,through a corrwpoBdeao: coarse ta I McNeil" s:: Co. baa this day beea dissolved we are now ---

induce them to murder should the,j book-keeping or Unography. For fahparticulars by mutual consent All debts having! sale of -
chance cffcr. owing to the said partnership are to a at our
read the .&If-....t aa- 200 _
be received hy the said L. U McNeil
A 0...,. sissy I r nouncvmeat ia to-day's paver. sad all demand oo the said partnership shoe store

Chaucer Depew tells how after are to be presented to him for MENS CLOTH HATS.
tie Pawnee Indians had uterminated : CROWING" ACHES AND PAINS. (pavsseat
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thTJro,when he waa a boa, bel i I I Dated this the llth Say of May A.
iovraeyed from Peckskill t. New Mr*. Josie Sumner, Bremond. Tazaa. D. 1904.
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York to tee the great Pawnee chief write. April IS. UM: 1 have used U L. McNeil.f .
who was exhibited at Btrnom's. It Ballard's ftnow Llalnteat In aty family W. M.Newmaa.j .
happened to be on March 17, and as ,fur three year. I would not be without '
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