The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00115
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. I, No. 13$. VSZ'XZ: *. MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY, MAY 21. 1904. gSSUT: : Price 5 Cents .j

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BY RAINS State Executive Committee Adjourned! The Miami \e s Hill Be Issued As WILL RUN ::1

Today After Quick Work. Morniiuj Daily .

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Are Japanese Troops Mach 1 Through the effort* of Mr E. A. Nothing Sensational l Devrloped-'lBs Dr...,,: HI Be PuUshrd [ten Morning Except Mobile May :21 The third days! i And Oppose Senator Talia- ;

Ru kmers and several other charlta- Ii I _IUD of the general: assembly of.the .
i' ftatr4 Abrams-Sh tkarst Monday-.tAi Ne fine 'News Stoke
Southern Presbyterian Church heard ferro ,.
ing to Liao Yang. i with the nimfortitne of being deformed in Second Primary

'aged: ten years and motherless and DrlrgaUs: CbosellJacksonville 1 and Tboroodhl) Cater hs firU.I { the reading this morning of overtures c
from the. Northern of the
has the mixfortune of being deformedIn
i same thun at Buffalo and consideredthe -
the feet will lie sent to a New York -
t reply recommended by the committee -
hospital' for treatment a fund approximating -

, FAVORABLE TO RUSSIANS I, I-'"' baring been raised for May II.-The Democratic I Beginning: tomorrow morning the on foreign correspondence. THOUGH DEFEAT IS SURE ;

the purposefter the treatment in Stale Executive committee Miami News will be Isxiied a* a morn- The following was submitted by the

the ho...pnal haJJ been completed the which met here yesterday to canvass Ing daily, and will, be published every committee: s

| boy will. lie sent to an industrial schoolto the return of the State primary adjourned i morning except Monday, the omission "The General Assembly o the Pres-
Mterian Church Inm..rI..a learns
;4%bo Will Have Time to Strengthen lie edinatedThe this morning being to avoid working on uo.lay. with joy the a>tion of your AsMembly Rumor That He Would Come Dons
child will! lie taken north to- Nothing sensational developed. the The proprietor of the Ness. Cot E.
''In the removal of
Their Positions-Russians Blow ,tUigLl; by Madam Trvuom. who will lie vote remaining practically the came'an T. Bington. ha had this step In contemplation : Christian character aspersion of upon the aid Not Run Against the Man Una
I joined there at.... dais later by Mrs before announced and the committee for some rime, ane he be- Presbyterian -

lp Their Stranded Cruiser to Rickmer, and together they will see had no trouble In expediting\ : the I. lievrs the time Is now ripe for the ''d..darea church In the nited States, and More Than Doubled His Vote and

1 that be I IK .placed in the best institution .ork.. launching of his enterprise rather its readiness to enter Into any

Prevent tier CaptureRussian'sMines psible' The father of the child who A canvass of the vote* showed that for the enlargement and extension of rtmnderatlon! w hit b will tend to discover Jennings' Combined. Proved a

i resides here. has given his consent for Ellis defeated Abrams small !! and follow.tbe leading: of Pro y
by a majority the business which be has so long ,
Ten Miles to Sea-Japs the ladies to care for the I 1M''. and ably rondu"I" am ':'Ince in the matter of closer. relations Myth I) 'la Jacksonville-Wig: forever -

Rout Cavalry With a Heavy l they Intend seeing that be is properly Six anti-Hearst.delegates ont of ten The News In Its daily form will be a 1 bets A length pen us."discussion followed on the kit! Himself PoftfcaO) and

reared educated and cared for. hate 'been elected. four-pane paper six: columns to the '

loss. : The money sulxx riled Is In thiare Twelve Mate committeemen antiJudge I page, and will contain all the news local advisability of the amendment offered Has No Chance af Winning

.. of l>r Fans. as trustee. who mill ': H'k..r have been elected. Maya and genera., being provided with a by Rev A C Hopkinsof Charleston.V a
Va. j
.. we to the disbursing: of it for the benefit and Brown mill both rapport Davis fine t..l..raphkf'f'II8 service and In 1, -
--:.... I I of the little cripple. Other heartily and insure bill nomination by 'all respects will be a publication that

7. Mukden. Mar :21.-The lain body of amounts hare been subMribed to' the an overwhelming rote over Broward. will creditably represent the thriving THE COTTON MARKET. Although: distanced by Senator Tal-

; Japanese troupe estimate 1 at $.1/.1, fund and will be paid in as needed Barn and Stockton are exceedingly city of its birth Colonel Bylngton's!: I New York. May 21-Putur. closed iaferro and doomed to certain def...

met till remain to the i outh of the The action of the ladies In caring: for nick politically but expect to try again long experience. the publication of ;.firm today. May 12 c i: Jane. II17' John N> C. Stockton ha no intentloa

Russian force, who are covering: LJao this child and providing: for his futureIs The committeemen are tearing for both daily and weekly papers in this !''July. IS.S3.: August.: 1140; September. of giving; up the game and will run lathe

Tang and have apparently suspended a most commendable deed and they their home* today. State and In Georgia Is a guaranteethat I112KOctober.: : 1A(7: November and second. primary as the followingfrom

the advance. j should receive the aid of every char- his new venture will be up-to- [ December K8.; Jaunary. 19.83. the Jacksonville Metropolis of em'

Tbta iaavtion of the.Japanese causes ;itablv luc lined ,iierxtni in Miami In the IX MOVING PICTURE. date In every sense. As a weekly paper Spot cotton closed dull middling up- last night shows: t

surprise and satisfaction>> at the bola 'noble act th.have undertaken. In the New has stood for the Fat: !a&d H: .IS.: middling Gulf 114. Xo.sales. Rumors were afloat yesterday that V'

im derisive, rutidiUK fur one of the moat helpless Dressed to Represent President Roo_- live John N C.
furring a> rugaxeiuent. years at thtop notch of Fiona Stockton would decline tof'IIt..r /
-considered favorable to the of God's creature,--s child veil Helping a Negro.Washington. and the *
which journalism those w bo are acquainted second primary against Sen- J,

Rasauuia who are 'daily Increasing: with the energy and ability of Col ator Taliaferro. but an Investigation "
May :21.TheVash-
their forces Mid will he enabled by the 8ylll< :A NARROW ESCAPEs ington police hare been Investigating
delay to trengti.ea their portion.! it will be even better and brighter: )Ir. Stockton heedlms of uubtfu"
en incident which occurred on the pla-
-B It la supposed the recent rain hare I The ietropolis doffs its hat to the opinion. Is determined to have another
I za of the capitol Thursday In whichan
hampered the movemtJiU uf the Jap- promising: youngster: now a-borning tiat the Senatorial tins !. it r'. i t
attempt wa made before a mor1 -
aiie..e artTerr and compelled' them to '1 1 and Itself on being the first tovoice his Honest friends knowledge that e
Inc: picture machine to ImpenonatePresident pries _-asp
maka temomr halt The Rus- Broke 0. Parted wish, "May it live Ion; and bused Beef That a Vessel Had ,, he stands no possible. show, and that It
,.. ... Roosevelt giving assistance I .
_*iaa* Mill hold pose von! of the railroad n"' ''''''.'' will simply. lie an expensive" and profitless *
In distrera
to a pretended negro The Been Wrecked.
to T. blah. s Cable and Went Adrift. I Incident occurred shortly before H -- -- campaign; to him. The general r

II WILL i rtOTECT AMERICAN'S opinion prevails that had the between .
I' race !.
o'.lork In the morning. A moving:
BLEW' VP CRl'ISER. Senator Taliaferro and Stockton ('
picture ma-hlne had been placed here
United Statp" Will Send Ships Where been a close one like that of Broward
London May 21.-A dispatch from It could command the scene, ana n 1'-
Ere fhey Go In China. Thousands If feel *f Heavy Timber Bebm .
and Davis it would have been perfectly
Kobe Japan, today coaErnring the report Landed then Rocky Share at [Uotf Key j man made up as a negro; appeared and i __
in front of the of I Washed Ashore ( aid proper for Stockton to have gone agate
of the stranding of the Ruseiauprotected when directly statue Alood and Was Kescied It launch Senv ', Washington.! May --China hasbeen before the public but as Senator Tal-
cruiser Bogatyr OB the rocki George; Washington, he fell to the
Informed that the \VashngtonGovernment Brought fate Port by Boals.Th..rt' iaferro's vote on May ID was over double -
Inolf .hNkktf Ttoie. [ A who bore strikingresemblance
ear the entrance of Yladlvostoek pavement. jnaa a ;
claim the right to dispatch that of Stockton and Jennings
add that the vessel wa subsequently I i to the President was In a
war ships not only to those Chinese .
combined Is the genera opinion that
Russians to carriage nearby and II... with the aid
the prevents4alung
towB up by i --- ii!
-- 1 ports declared by treaty to DP Mr Stockton should. quit now and stop
Into the bands of the Jap- i of a negro coachman a ho wore thelivery
: open| to tbe world ,but also upon the strife 73
: i iI proliably' has been a wreck up
aae.a But for the timely arrival of thelaunch the counterpart! of the White ,
inland waters. of China "wherever ,.somewhere cm the lower coast and if The Taliaferro forces are not alarmed -
Seminole House livery, tenderlylifted the pretended J
Captain Hlenkel. -
I yesterday 'i' the fictitious Presidential ', Americans may be and where hr { not this bad It is evident that some but they will keep up a srstematx.organiratlon ,
to :
MINES TEN MILES, TO SEA. I ITo j, afternoon the launch Hyeput negro treaty with China they are authorized vessel has been In distress and forcedto The Senators headquarters
carriage. The man simulatingthe
would have been a wreck on the north to engage in business or reside for the In this city and
.lo. May, II.- It to absolutely certain President then tlppea his bat offered throw overboard her deck load of are busy tile

that the battleship Hatsuse was end of Elliott' Key, but a* It I I. th.1 I Ii the a cigar and ordered pur pone- of spreading the go pel." lumber as the roast for miles is reported I fight: will again be carried on vigorous-I .
boat I I. back again at the Royal Palm negro: 1 That the official details this subject '
sunk by Russian mine ten mile off i I the carriage to drive on. The Incidentwa on strewn with lumber, and a 11'

the .caste position of these mines flock none the worse for her narrowescape I witnessed by a number of people. nay 1* known the State Department great:" stiouat of it i is being brought into '

make navigation dangerous for neutral from destruction. I < has decided to publish the correspondence pt.itVessels WAS NOT MISQUOTED. j
Including two capitol policemen.Tbe .
Teasels aad It U expected a pro- ', Thursday morning: the Hyepus. in police Investigation disclosed between )Ir. Conger the arriving from the keys report

teat against them being placed so far command of Captain Irving Cook I tbe fact that the men who participated j.i American minister at Pekln. ana : great stick of square", timber floating Hon. C M Drown Reiterates Statement

went down to Elliott Key with Mr Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans, late He Will Support Col. Davis
to sea win be made by ,foreign C- j In the episode belong to the theatrical {|1 I IeommaDd..rIDooChld about in the water and going; :

exam nt. Knott the produce man on board. of the Aslatkstaliou. : ashore. The schooner Vale, bound In
I profession. They are believed to have j That Hon. C )t. Brown defeatedeandidate
The party remained at the key all which followed a protest of : from the lower coast, brought; up yes-
: left the city. i iI for Governor, wax not misquoted
RUSSIANS REPORT VICTORY. i night and yesterday morning: about Si! the Chinese government axaiui. the i terdc afternoon several thousand feet

!['o'clock started back to the city. It BA1TLro-- : visit of the gunboat VUlalobo !lastmummer that her and or mlsnndrestood in hi. declaration
{St. Petersburg May II.-Tbe goveraseat I WITH A. GATOR. was puked up by crew to support Hon R.V.. Davis
wa raining quite bard at the timeand i In the Tank-ste Valley whither this morning two rafts containing alike
today received news con firm- I I I for the position of Governor ......t
there was but little wind and no I she wa ordered by the commander- amount of lumber, were brought
lac the rumors circulated here that I Palatka. May 11.-J. H. Parker a N. B. Broward. Is shown by a telecram
sea. When off Ragged Key No. 4 the la-chief of the Asiatic fleet to gather In who secured It near
General Btoeaae bad made a successful fisherman, had a thrilling experience I by parties from him to the Jacksonville. Metropolis
engine broke down, and about thesame such Information about the Americansresiding the mouth of the liar.Several .
aortic from Port Arthur resulting with a huge alligator! early_ Tuesday. I yesterday afternoon, and from
time the wind rose brisk out ofaortII..aat there aa would be of assistance boats have ont after
with the gone
of the Japanese
IB the defeat morning. which that paper says-:
the and kicked up a terribleIt I In rendering taunt prompt assistance I loaJs of timber and judging from the
killed :
loss of more than sue thousand While attempting to haul out a seine "C. )t. Brown one of the defeated
ID.e of an expected nativeoutbreak of It said to be afloat and on
..... The Ruaslao lost IK amount
Bad YOU. j from the river near San Mateo in candidates for Governor who has recently
wound. I It.was Impossible for repairs to the against; : foreigners.Tbe the beach local seamen are of the opinIon
met killed or which an alligator fully 18 feet long: come ont for Davis wire the
'eagloe' to be made there and Captain I Taotal uf Kluklang protected that a wreck has occurred as a
had become entangled tbe vicious reptile Metropolis that the Interview published -
had To do against the visit of the Vlllalobos toNanchang.on deck the''
Cook to come to anchor. vessel I could hardly carry on
RAIN HAS STOPPED. came near catching Mr. Walker I In the Metropolis last Wednesday
this he had to bend together : the ground that baa amount of lumber reported as afloat
and would have succeeded, be assert I. correct except the use of thewords
Liao Yang. May tL-Eln. military three strands of small rope men Inhabited that section and be This timber Is very valuable and
bad be not Jumped overboardThe" the people have been fooledby
train bare com la ben la the put which be thought would be sufficient declared that the viceroy had Informed unless claimed by the owner and salvage -
had been In
Infuriated saurian
Mr Broward' misrepreaentatloua'Mr.
u..ty-fOllr hour The rain ha 1"&b1eThe coasting schooner all the foreign consul at Shanghai paid It bermres the property of
the net all night; and bad torn It Into Brown ears the interview Is cnr-
ed aad flue weather net la.TOlX to Instruct their captains not to
Isle of Nome, wa near at band bound the parties saving: It.
shreds la its frantic but Ineffectualeffort ,, rent! and authorized except the wordmiarepresentatlons
here, aad Captain Cook and Mr. Knot i visit Poyang lake, except: on most. Important No wreck has been reported anywhere '' "
Itself. "
to extricate which should be
) REPORTS ACTIVITT.Lundna. boarded her aad came to the city for busines Minister Conger | along the coast several master ,
The seine Is a total wreck and a "methods" )fr. Brown Intends to
assistance. called on Admiral Evan for the tact, from Key West saying that II |
May II.-A dUpatih to tbe fish fry that the owner bad advertisedto I arriving j look after the soldier vote and he will
questioning his right to send gunboat I no vessel i* ashore on any of the reefs .II j
TIle Seminole was engaged: ; to go: tn with the Bib he Intended -
Japanese legation from Tokto nays give last night i have all of his vote posted aa be has a
Vtce-Adviral !Togo reported today aa the rescue of the Hyepus and Capt. capturing with tile spoiled net Into the Interior. A long correspondence (hand If such a catastrophe occurred It ;, list of all the old veteran He Intend .

follow: -The gunboat aqaadroa and Hlenkel got: away at once. He reached had to be postponed .a/IDlt..ly. i ensued. Admiral Evans.. stoutly his probable that the craft went to the to make a personal plea to them tn behalf .
maintaining that American .anhlPflb&ll
Ragged Key In the afternoon but thellyepo : bottom. "
and dertroyer of 0tI 11I.
boat OpUlla
torpedo Port Arthur yesterday for had broken her cable and DESTROYED BY FIRE.TTorTwtown. I tile right to go wherever Americans
were allowed to reside and engage WEEKLY COTTON STATISTICS.
been driven by the wind and tide upon =
which :
W. The
of reeonnolterlnf.' Jlay 21. .
tile .
purpose the .
: In business Finally correspondence STILL CSOEClDED.Wb..tb..r
shore of the north
the flat, rocky
Little damage wa of the Tatted Box
wa sBccessfuL Stony Brook plant
end of Elliott Key. about three miles reached the State Department Liverpool. May 21.-The followingare :
.. ..... la spite of the hot nxwa-ttre Board and Paper Co. wa destroyed .
from where she bad been anchored and after a careful reading of the weekly cotton statistics: Total :, or Not First National Bank:

poa them from the fort Were BOeaaaaltlea She wa pounding hard when tilt.Seminole by lire thl moraine. Tile loss will the argument on both sides $- tan ,sales of all kinds, SX.OiiO: total sales of' of Macon Can Resume.Washington. .
oa our aide. amount to three", hundred aad fifty
reached her. A line wa carried thousand dollars. The fire wa causedby Hay baa approved the stand taken n\ American. Jl.Onrt.; English: spinners' :May 21 -Tbe Comptroller -

ROUTED. to her and she wa quickly rn-! Admiral EnD"I taking. 38.000; total exports. 3.000:1: I of the currency today receiveda
Ien: from her perilous position aa.' i I II Adhaired I Import of all kinds M.onn; Import letter from Bank Examiner Ander

Tokto May Z1--The Japaaeae force { %<<.000 stock of all kinds.
Iron-gat back to the city. Captalr STRIKE. j ji American. ; son, temporary receiver of the First

Jh h landed at Takaaha Tbandayanrronnded Captain Hlenkel says tbaf the boat I LONGSHOREMEN (I to the commander of the Vlllalolnr a8.00 ; stock American 45 .0
and rooted a.fore of Russian ovoid not have stood the strata mad i' New York Mar II -'One tbonsaad to protect the American citizens anc" tity afloat of all kinds. 131.000: quantity be cannot now stale definitely whether.

cavalry Friday morning la the longer ,and that be was fortunate ti longshoremen la the marine department to notify Chinese official that Anvrfcaa afloat America 1:>,000; total sale. the bank will I* able' to resume business -

neighborhood of Want Caltaaraerr t-nlng to her a. soon a* be did. H*' of the New York. New Haven A gunboat would severely punishany oa speculation. 700.; total ale to exporters. or not

e* mite anal of Takoshaa. the cable not parted the boat wool i iat : Hartford Railway Oo. oa tile Cora- person not paying proper reap ct 40 The ability! tu do so depends oa

The Russian force consisted of one bare been la any daager pany'a East River" pier, struck; today to America lift aDd property whether certain corporation Identified

wroadroa and lout many klDed. wounded : : la sympathy with the strike oa the I When a woman wean a train It ma* with tbe failure .of L C. Plant'sSons' "

and captured. The Japanese sue-' The carpenter and his wife both dt.ta : North River pier of the Fall River If a pugilist take tile rake It should I Iba said. lilt draw her ow. 'tOIt<11t-. ': Bank can meet the Ifabllltle of .:

lamed ao losses. -work. ilea I be pound cake. I tl/0sL I the bank.


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Asat/ R. Lonimn J. E.: FOR THE LITTLE ONES.
Atk .c5 H r. LaSalK A. UL Th YMM Lady and MM Hcerid MM The M MH *f tarn. F*...... ....... InHittme.
t....r--.. a.,,-..... C D. Back.District It M a pathetic coincidence that Pi ,,:dst a CW'-;.. cwWhile M
r sow-A.C. en...... Bro... \\ M.i fflr. )I. Fr*** th. TwWfth D-- I a* old President Kruger fail in bndily -
Ikw I He'. Gr.sd.
is.....---.._ o.l.M.v. i McDonald. 01. A.Burdias. John (:. Bell of
__.. Bu h. F C A tory u told about as experience Attorney i power. the tirdy, Boer date h.
The south of
...... I fihunol-.l.a: ._..las. _.. ..... I! TV. 1L Uayaard. W. t.. G of Mayor UrClellan a few year I Philadelphia who recently returned built up "begin to disintegrate. Tbpronpeniy private ground thai.
..t"I" : White House *t Washington were
.? Brtaatoa, J. T. Merrttt. Z. T. I ago at a _'i.l.tr.air in Washington.Slr. from the south tell the following that was to come to it usa
'___eI ..z. .cU" the scene of a cirvna on a recent
Mailer. G. .. story:
Brm4yJ L. McClellan I then
we tungrssman subject land has failed to
aaaM.s, s..r.1 0. L P.tawi..r4 I I| appear. afternoon. The
ft Ttut..s IMSrrI I vtsal BalI'. B. M.Bada Meyer*. q.. H. from the Twelfth New York An old white. .headed negro named Its inhabitant are emigrating, its performer' were:

tis.w..a..Mc.l BeaUw... >; Fred S. Mote was one dad walking along Archie Quentin and tithe HO&tf-
c .._ .. .t.cft. H. C. MOTM. I district. He was introduceto a population i* dwindling arid to replace
..a. Bro aler; O. D. Moor T. V. ( I the road when he saw young Sam veil and Archie' pony Algonquin. -
eI N -T1. ....-. lseo..Mr1 gushing young woman, daughter a : the deficit of men there ha
eat..s Burtlla. J. M. McDonald W. H. i a wwtern. 1..11I..r.1 lhiolilician.. sitting on the fence, grumbling to been instituted a rtem of Chinese The spectator were UM

.. _. .1 I..uMtl.ss-TtaI nbu..drartf.a.acre er.ra55t..a1.a I' Baelraa. F. W. McKlBBon, O. A.Biackmaa. Site wan deeply intemted IM politic! I himself and looking very. sullen. immigration under'bondage of which pl'l'lid.at. who watched the performance -

"==: J:. V. Nloa. Edwla I but her knowledge wan not |proportioned ,o "Whaa*, de mattah wid'yuh. Sam *- Sir William llr-ourt has said, "I through a window .(
R. J. asked the old d rky. "Whah fob his private office, and Mr*. B****).
o/ tab1Mrtr.aa+ Chain. W. H. Peck. to her zeal. She. had l a bnaher cannot conceive how it was
....... PbMsr-TM e__. aeeaw+3M all possible velt who a reserved. Mat..
dis occupied
W. W.CMatham yore blaikneOh. ? ,
s.Ms Aaera.y..s.rl sad c'.atsSMae"I. Cola... I. ProaC tiring; in New York who. had l ambition ** that any man with the instincts of

...I&IItc.--LL evwa/ua.a .... J. H. PattenoB. S. UParrUa. for the rarcvr of a statesman it'a all dat Mar. Fairfax- I British freedom could he found to The only other spectator were the

Oonrad. J. A.Crociaad. AUaa R. and he .sa. ImMiting mer was the repl.y.Ab can't get. along i put his hand to such a document a* workmen who were cleaning up
crauii cocrr jrottnft. around the. and few clerk
R. W. wid him nohow. Ah ** Ah'm ground a
Rhode gue
J. G. with the young nun'* |>Un*. the ordinance tabluhing a code of
r.Tsjtor.CkM Jk. -Jssae. I dark P. C. ROM. C. J **My brother' going to rim for pine to leab him. He cuue" man serfdom a* the basis of the principal I The ring wa pitched eloe to UM
B.cwwr. tennis. where it
L Maier .uo.esa J.ales47.ssi.(1. Drak. GaatoaDouclaa. Reilly. J. B. congre' ." die remarked by ointroduction. .beat me all de time. induct in the newest colony of the private la n court

ap..r Csrt...M..say.1.. .buM lb. Stale.w......eae'SUIM ..... J:. B. Rash. Dr. W. B. way ""ookh..h.. Sam. why doa empire.: '* I wa screened from the street by a c'high

1. I1a.S..aM. Ili Dora J. K. Rurnph. Edw. ."Ah." said r''!Miel Mcdfllan."Ye yuh Vrt yuh 'dependence once i in'w'ile From the freedom fought for on hedge. The performance consisted

U. BEXATUByStf *. Enrla. W. W. Raalenun.. K.Rumph ," she continued.. ".lie*a goingto ? Daf. de war ter do. We veldt and kopje to Chinese cooly chiefly of tumbling and of

Jan.. P.T11 .... ?.... Ealo. Dr. O. Geo. : run in the Twelfth. dwlrict.' He Van Fairfax cusei yuh yuh CUM slavery i* a moral decline the con,**- bareback riding on Algonquin.
S '
&; ...... L maMn.0. C. 8aTord. U B. think there .ugh! to lie a genlle- him back. qaencee. of which cannot but be eriL I Archie rode standing up with the

tt.a.COKGUMMIE: j Flanan. R. S. Sewell. J:. G.eaxelby. man in congre from that district. A few day* later old Moses cam The mine of the Hand hare played pony circling the ring .t full apeect.and

fad Drand (__'". tk* zed Coal Fr 4enek. J. S. J. G.Sulraer. and a horrid Tammany man ha. the along the road once more and law some queer. trick with the conscience tb.ill many of the trick
rnu. J. B.Gertack. C F. young Sam sitting on the fenceagain of nation. ned by circus ridersHe vs. the
an enlightened
ad t.t- i-aoat a. Bt; *....... place now.
this time with hia C..e.H disfigured tar Quentin was said
A. P.Clrtaiaa. Smith. Julio Colonel. Ico(,..II.n did not disturb New York World. performer.
JarnwCootph. B. a* if he had been in a fight a* the clown in the tumbling itonla.
WU UADcpMlttaaIUMULJa.rS Stoaeaiaa F. her dilo. the of
joy by ing identity
CJ.. R Soles A. E.Shaaahaa. :. the "horrid) and bruised' up generally. N. More ...... .. Mat./as. The how lasted nearly an hour.Jehnar .
a ....... ..... CtWrsea.C Tammany man. "Wha de trubble now *" asked
g.y Gaatler T. N. Senator Hoar bewail the innocation
.... _. M.
& the old 'Peart like done Oust ........ .
man. yah ,
G...... S. introduced that end
G Sewine'is.e = 8 wa. JohnSeymour Cask;., a wore Cbip. recently at I
Cbrt. w5.. ytartac M.wtile -. ...
.. 1b4 aaad a GarUsid C. H. gone an ran inter one pf dem steam of the in the of
.v.. ._ aid o sss R. H. A merchant who occasionally sits capitol purchase k.rH .
,.' "'V Graatllac. J. C. sawton.. J. P. in a quiet of draw abseot- ingrnes. matche" Almost since the time that! I* brick M a brad MW .... .
C. *..OOHIIIMIOIfEl.BUATOB GaUatt P. Shaw H. B. game -If* all yuh fault Uncle Uoe, friction matcher were. invented the lo ..._....: aM fimptrng mmiR making .
mindedly dropped a yellow poker SOS
leU L BMili.JII&aL Oautler. R. B Taylor R. R. chip in the rnntrilrutinn I ....k.... Ah done taken yuh ad rice. Ah went. senate ha teen 1 receiving its supple i I* 14on estioss kr ..,. ....
out in de fie!I' d. udder day an But II tomnlaaIMMM to .>.< alit. %.
Ortfflaa. A. M.Glrtmaa. Taraac. J. L in little round wooden boxen
Jjva DtSTBier. The late Bishop Dudley of Ken- .
H. a.sat cM.dsrsd 55 555..1.T1r .
.._. lmM... Dad CaaUSWas. W. H. TatuI. B. a tuck fount! out who dropfietl the"CAM I Man' Fairfax he come along' an he Matches in thee bo.... have been M feeus.Uy a& W At fill
Cuss me. Den Ah ap an Ah eue for about the ale ....
Hs -ss. J. H.oaw... 3. H. years kept capitoL
....K. Matek Pklsi Ss.eL him beck." At tIM Had fill H 'hanky _.-
Hill. L. J:. When in If,. Hoar''s committee room
:-US COVnT sgragUTATIVLdrab. Hunter. 3.0. Waooa. C. H. Fob. de Ian' take man," Aid some' one asked' for matches the H. has Caleb u .. M wall M tk* radk...;

W. Lai. taU.rd: HIU Wllllan. Wbortoa. F. H. old afoe. rolling his eve, "ynldidn't at 'r would remark "Why. we have, Hat Pat Ie 5.'s rw.r f\IIIr lbs em t belgbt ea w as i b.ttbii 5r.q.eq aa
let him Drear .b. did jua r .
barrel of matche and n-
DADa cocrrr Hethrlnftoa.M r.mtte. E. L. .
Philadelphia Lieu. H. sssa wtU trF a.. 1M Mks.O. .
t ...,JMa.-inn L Bow. .1aaJ. Hrr. A. J:. Wall. T. A. at the utterance of the bonmot around .. day. wbss &Ie lssebo _.. J'*>*| to
.- _, au.eap-J T.to .Saes ...... !box would be 4.455 .
W. W. H. T.
.. sad -.N tlaaeLlt Han Whaler.
.. aa Gaut H. View .1 Lo.w.a7. ......
A be thought fill tfc* Eddie
........--.0--... "...,..._II1aa&-. Haaa, F. W. Worley. O. A.Bqb. the purchasing agent of the A ..maul .B4 ..... "If a ...... stolpttin.s.
3 W. D. Wilson. LWoodworth. senate bat derided/ to bay matcher
('.........Ta.M-Tbs.1. ........ Cuss.11 in the usual boxea with which With a gnat bag ..... ta th* atdls'AM -
Hot s.r. J. W. J. rWllon. paper I
_el Tssr-L' M SMtL 3115.1..y. Jones. It E.Kola. :. R. S. the genera) public u familiar. That sSat to .. .....** ale teaeb.wsue.
':'IMO,--<.w.esi ........ ..Ii.Aad .....
lea. but
t..ersna.sd i is i
itI I
coiwideriWy expensive, -
X J. ZlBMatea: C. L. .
.,.. KantU._ ".....,. .be Srarsly saplred
-a. 1'
eI 0MId, Cu.al..los.as-i.' .. W. tV puts an end to "bar rpli of mate he* Ti answer tIM qu.sti -. ... Welt'
...-.. 't-a.Wed h1a+ aaeb: P.C. A 81'RE THING. in the senate committee on the judiciary. layered
aw Mr. .p1tsrL L .c""'" allan._ T. lad UM r..ps..5. r...ltd. .
.. _
.f" ati.L aa Washington Pout.
A I.b -
-*nfwva ? V' ..l k* Mil hu __ stud right MI wsett
._: B.O. EUwksra. Osrk **. 1adltet *4ascurr I I I .'
I wtttt a mm.A
............ .
It Is said that nothlac t* sum except Wild' Animals CM ,...._ UM to UM aiww.r M kraufkt BrIt's :
OOOBT or ETEHTHTDICIAL .. !I a pUc In t.. SM vlwr* Ik* kot
a. death and Isaac bat that U not >
cuccn.l Fewpeople realize; ; said a man I ta.s.ca d kcI I

(&...... tIMe'" ___tw 4 tocether true. Dr. Kings New Discovery who deals extensively. I in wild animals I I tticlw!. tip man .r tNl .. tbresgb tile astar. -

l".1.....-. -. Ttmrtu*. for Consumption I* a Mire care tot I bow much it coils to stock'
r. II.... w .7-J. D. ...... xt .... 1 I *m Waunusi to k Jfloltotla&
t Ci.rt d C..ri-IL. c. .. "1&.... all lust aad throat trouble Thonaad i a modf'fnlzoo.!j For rare animal

Msaisy..asr,all Tara"f cn-t&.wtk BtoWu Coat s.to*'.'-N b Fits r. can testify to thaL Ur*. C..B. i .r toch a. the giraffe and the Craw-i I I ABobert V---: ..... .
= ''
pus.Tsrsi i art MOTMUT Kwrt Vaa Metre, of Sbepherdtowa. W. ....i! .hay zebra, almost any price can be I I T. Baird, aged elere*

M sMy II april.DADL says -I had a severe CAM of Bronchial obtained and even the commoner I years the son of Robert I* Baird of
..-I II. .,wr KUaLB. aDd for a year tried everything heard animal which every zoo ha arc,: Grovania, G*., hold a unique place

Prs.....-.. A-ra.y- J.T. ........ KIaaL of. but cot DO relief. One bottle of Dr. very expensive.. I I among the bright youths of Georgia. .

iT =Ens.p4IM =:1. ::... "1. King's New Discovery then cured me "It cot $I3...<>> to stock the lion He i* a fast and accurate tale- ...u.-

1 P051 P.M Twari"t.' .is..J511.. -. alIIIOIatel,." Its infallible for Croup house at the Bronx zoo, and the new graph operator.and baa already do.

+ S. S.LLA.DOPVICLOAtUVILLLF WbooplBC Couch. Grip. Pneumonia' 1 antelope hotue at the lime institution regular work in Western Union office -

t r a.f. .Cb bb. ......:.. aad Consumption. Try tt Its gnarntd which i* lOOn to be opened *. At one time he way in charge

r t: .tt.a.Str. ft'- WI. by all dnuxlst Trial bottle : .a Oft or TSJ* .*.*.. will ab orb over $15,000 merely for of the office at Vienna a* day operator. ..
W*&CTOiT. Mr. 'ooom\-I'Ye been reckoning the initial eerie of animal. An-
yT s CVCTBO free. Regular al lw* Me. u>d {I.M. in his .
J jPai._ ...... M sIsair TUU' _- I chip until putting he his pockf't.w.itfod ., up our expense*. dear and I find ether. zoo paid over $:O.OOO in 00'1, Young Baird seems to hare take

.a/sr .:u .= ..';J.:..VUrsriiii ICOXFEDERATE RECNIOX met parishioner hat you spend $UH) a year oo ci- year for monkeys and antelope, to the key. by instinct When only.eyes

1- -siaM -. rn____._ RATES'j on the atreet."How gar Now, if you were to cut i it he lion at the London zoo cot! he could sit at the instrument
r :.. wn -= much are yellow chip I I,
: one-half there would be 10.000.
enough ever
.BTiJt.s. .
w. r
Headquarter Florida D worth
in asked the
? E..-AU AW- a poker gamer saved to keep me in hats for six with the .1 haW.t
gar s.rw korra.jjiri.jr ed CnnftHlerate Veteran. Tallahaasce.n i was acquainted .
it. ..c...am --"'- ,. .Minn ....- bishop rasually."Usually month See how I study eeoeeH A CAll --. Lws.edd.
., I ....., Ik' 1& JI L. .. May 14, 1 04.Supplement to $S was the :My. \ nine he could receive, and now
t alt pps reply. emerald of curiously iater'N'i 1 i
i.MbMIspa .. : a.It I sass i I.l
rat U considered
I bra 551 M p....C._ Pry ways. General Order No. 43.-Centlemea_ ""Well yea can just cash me oat *. H. Leeke4 at It. ag a*"oci tH>ii. baa ft't"t'fttlya' ; a competent operator. -

nets.Ir. The time I* rapidly approaehtrc rot of the game" remarked the bishop, -Yte." said the author "I got od! in Berlin. It originally .be-i _

K.Cw**>rw. 0--.. ariUS .C aJ Ifkrns the meeting of the Confederate Veteran a* he handed out the familiar chip. Xichola I. Rnvia and''
rays-NwMbtat sill eMek a. : aabt.vial even letter complimenting ae en longed to of Dent ftr W** Nether
t.. ....; ..kto. is ,.. ,. a. *' Hessian, which coatess atNachvtlle. The merchant doubled' the value of that abort him to the famous|
oae story. was by presented Dons
let dolls sit theX
.. >
s *> Jew s>Mrtk your near
{--. ass p. :....,.- ...-. T..... June 14-1C. Th* railroads the chip.-New York Time "That must have made yi feel explorer. HumboMt. !; fire. It spoils their complexion.

KI ....... ..,.:EsPk; .1i'ssr.if i1' .r. i], have made a low rate of one proud." The jewel. U four inches in length|I Dont give them entrant ervmba

: cent per niU travel for us, and It I* WetdM't Let H_ ....... alt didn't." and ill cut on four aide, the reMinder -1
Ta..etT c..wP. g. A-. I w tats ; or cake to eat. Such thing an
...--........ rn,o. .. .elok;....._.., hoped that a* many a* poMM wilt Moron T. Herrick, governor of "What did it dor ef the gem being left in' .bail for their dipti..a.Doa't .

is MdNi L,..ia&._Mary arses a.....r.:II. .;-y air :attend. Arrange ..ta have been made Ohio, referring to the hard work of Whv, it only made m. feel that the rvuglu The setting, which ujextremely intnut them to the care .?f

I. ...... pert sad Isis. dsd.ys rtIS for special conches. from JatLaosvIldto his campaign hut r.u. told this *tory I didn't get enough for it when I artistic, i* composed brother
ii.sod..... sod PstS M c-- your Boy are not to be
... Hwe..1...... B. L Fe....... BeurHAS. carry the Veteraaa sad their frl.nd. about the late Senator Hanna: old if-Chicago Pot. silver to represent rock round I trusted with doll*.

I Ps.si? IXk suw4 ...4 ATMS. Ap.'sj.'ry with u.to Naavillc. Th M coach!Mare The aenalor had made five speeches which al'" c\erl<< little gnome bu,i-( Iont I leave them out in the yrda1 [

.Newel a...1.55.15...-'? si 11 *) to be for their exclusive UM, and : during the day and was pretty badly What CheMfatee Lend T*. I ly hewiac llw rock .ith their axe i night They will probably get !r

:,.:: _.... will leave Jacksonville Sunday ."ht | I wed up when he returned to the A young man in Emporia, K.... Tli. t'u:t'rajJ. with iu silver. set!: bad coM. if )"ou do.Ihan't -

I A.-.p...Oat's.......IM.-lInnnT.St fare.. .. Its. sad rants lay at Flt.a xrri. Jan 11. at 1A: p. m, via the Dixie i private car in which the spellbinders had an open account<< with a 1 local_ tin:;, .vst nn a 1"1..lal I of ebony 1 wall their face with aoapi

a' ....__....-,. Flyer Rout Buy your ticket that ) were traveling at nirht. H. accepted druggist for two ",.n. The ether std .silver ot which the wurkaaan-1 too often Their delicate skin ciao

H.. MUm.o.um OF TRADE way, and come to Jacksonville U par a proffered. giata of brandy, day he called for Iris bill The first hip it e>|iiiily:! ani..ttr.F not stand it.

-. slbU. See that& your ticket read a* but before drinking it Aid: item on it was a box .f chocolate lV>n't allow pin to be stuck U

a 1tfr .......... 'IInIIII\fa 1C. ....... follow: Atlantic Coast U*. to TI!- Boys feel like f.Uow.ho enlisted and the last was a nursing bottle. C-,.JI .,F CJo J....*. their bo-Jiea. Some people think

ThE TlN-PI--I.- T. V. Moora ton. Georgia 8outhera A Florida to in the early day of the civil This ought to be a lesson to young The late (.....rite Kraiicu Train II | doll. can't rtPI.-Philed..lphia I edg-

husad. T1r.4rsE8st J. E. La_ war and was soon in a battle. BeIng men DOt to let. account stand openso I lorol -hittrcn.! TIi* ciu'dren! ofiNew I ':- -
)1_. Central of Georgia to Atlanta er. '
SsiSrp. E. V. Blseka.a.Trs.r. I 8L wounded he wa left on the field long.-Brook),)"n .:'gIe.H York! ul. uti.r hem from :Mad-t,
B. B. y'ataals.5d and the Nashvtll Chattanooga :
w Oa.......- w. X Brewa. Louis Railway to Nashville the Battlefield for dead while the army defeated,, won .q.urc, where in ::'ue vvt'.hrt'he A YMfFan "......_

C T V. Maora. J. E-lLnsmn! *. A. I:. H.ywt. : be beat a retreat."A I .w It Happs..d. would play with tbeni all data I Davis i i. an I ran hoe (Kan.)
Root). This we lad. to
t. B. RslUy. F. W. Baka. W. W. the wounded man, tore bungs Tortuue. you know, knock at &Joog. W and one of the youngest ranchmen -
Pis.:, I.... as.a.STANDING the shortest and most direct rout The and bloody but till able to every mans door once." "X'i.es": TMII u..l| to tell of a; in the entire. .at. He owns hia

COIIMITTEEtLAWSAnew ijutaat of all camp win please report "That explain it." little girl to whom he once gave a1
walk in the wake
staggered along
and the time that
w. R pMtM.e. a. r.: own pony during
i ** promptly a* poiM the aaaie ..:spl.iotl..hll b" rich rake. She ate it and asked for1'!
of the be talked to himself
MMus 1 sins T.: a.ra .r. k 11.: army u he i i. not in school he successfully
W.rtor. G. A. I of all Veterans sad their friend who follow: How we came to aiM her. Why another. j I

U1IJO aivr. B. re: 3ekM. F. i t will attend the minion so that ample I ."I love my country. I love it a in thunder doesn't the ring the bell 2 "I'd like to give you another"

i W : RaM. r. W.: ROM. C. J.: k.I'' sronnodAtkm can be provided for, lot. 1.11I willing to fight for it. We never pay.", attention. to aid the old man. "but it would,

i a their transportation. Ton win pleaM I Yea, I am willing to die for my knocks." make you tick."
HEALTH AND LAXITARTJaekass.J l lt post this circular la a conspicuous -- "Hive i it to me : 1 thei
But when
W. W.: Efito*. viny country. by thunder
If. Jet r rt. A D* ser.4 DiMipte.Henry dispensary '
little .\ the 1
.sW; na_ R. S : Kta*;. H. M. 1r j pUr I this war i i. over I will never love girl. CaD
I weren't in "
RIVERS AND HARD ttt-Oar.lal4.. By order of the major-general. W. another country thought you get medicine' for nothin'.

c....'HRussph.. E4aM c.; Tat1la. D. Ballaatla cofamaadlac Florid 'When this campaign U over" satiety durinI..al/ ? ,;l.\
M. Harriet-Well. Henry. after the. A 0-14 0.-
I' .; ahasah.a .
Division railed Coafederate Veterans concluded the senator "1'11 1 never"
RAILROADS AND FRnOHTBy Jone- wedding and t, ra'a luncheon Not infrequently a aemwavage
L.M7;. E. L.: Lrttar. C. D.; Lor__ | For farther information relative to He wa not allowed to finish the and l..ura'r reception I'm not girl ha. a wardrobe consisting of

.. K.: theta: W.. W.. BfcDould. J. A. railroad rate, etc, write to E. J. Wal, ....t _.Rochester Herald.M4m another blessed Indianapoli
going to thing.- fun which would be worth from
CHAR TIES-Byla.S. tt T.: 5553Pea. ker. Florida PasMvcvr anent of the !

1. R: DoxlM. tt B.J Oauttar. T. Nashville Chattanooga ft: St. Lents i *T..tr*...*- Journal. $5.000 to *10.0011. Grundeman. i
x 1t'---. LAOK1CVLTVRLHLCks. explorer relate bow one fair Greenlander -
; .. J:. \".; Railway, Jacksonville. Fla. I' f'Concerning a very modish woman ...... wvrra drew of atfdekin with,
*. AIl Fred L. HoberUoa. .f today, the late Julian Kit painter "'Sad "
ISMM. F. S.: Tat. v H.: OAfag. leap year for Whimperly. a hood of that costly fur the
| Dwtk I. K. Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff.HE&BINE. and i-rilic. had this *store to tell.' How *o>" with!
The lined
...... 01. garment
j w.:
PUBLIC BtrrLDncnn-n ")h. Kit. I coaie t. ask you a "Promised to the little I
marry fur of the teal and
otter ]
t a.yw R. c..z R.cny. I. IL: isNIt great favor" site. taij. a. she fairlybur Molfitt, girl and then found out that there fringe young of wolverine taila.
Job. yimtor. H. T. wa a ,
XAJnTAcn'Jl:! -rr-u. alai C ; ; t into hi. stiolio AIM fill dar."Kvervthing the rich Gimbleton widow wantedhim. About t?U'I u probably the ..eragel ..

.tMM T. V.: 0 rs4 J. ARM ea. >< Win overcome Indigestion Bad dyspepsia I I have w at your ."-Cleveland. Plain Dealer.A worth uf the ir,<*4* of Indian women -

or.: Ram J. B. : refulat the bowel and eIINli..r command .....I.tll.** on the oljmbia and Framer rivPr. -' rrL ow Dtrrr

.M..CATIOIUL-.t1M. W. M: sad kidney complaint It Is thelast I "I .*nt to how. you none rot i G.ss..
B. .. heel' ctte.! While Paul i ill enthuiii-
Hat W. W.: Oaiitlw. It.dmond ,.of arm and ..k ..h..... alunit "What i it Bii/gin practicing on - -
laMto. A. L: .....",. i. a; mith. blood enrtcher and Inviatmtor I lathe "your *" II .tic in hu work upon the ranch
I !.,_: It"" A. J.fa4IORT30KB. | world. It U purely vegetable, perfectly making a rhoior. the violin | Ball a>.*.*r ti_ L>* i* ".|'j.enthuUAtic over has

I a e k a .. E. V. b.rmlMId should. you b* a :. "\ "' _i le'of the family d. '%ou "I don't know answered. the man Te..t< a. t., penKrutton of thMifl .. 4-tiM in si hool. for he realize thatan

M m. F. S- Tat.. J. H. Don. J. L.I nfferer front disease, you will ..* It If wi.li to follow, maternal or"- I J silo ha* no ear fur mn.ic. But it | present rifle bullet! ia sand l Isom etiwation U at the "bottom of

...- J. W. "iMi. neitlier! Th Wald ways I sound like vivisection.-Wsshin--4 i and steel show the penetration tutuanal I 4
....... R. W.; you *r* wise. .-ill-en* in all lines of .urk. Some
e TE1tTAtNJilO-r. ran rh...* auy of hips,*. I ;..nl'a"m..biDIC ton Star. anil l I'Uin at fatty feet doe antxcetd
r B...... H. C.: Oanks*** C. H.; Rrtlty. R. N. Andrew, editor and manager ----- I IN. l t.\4. 1i:1.l' lu.IOW with the duties
that Seal
t 1.1 hwdL ,..... t Cocoa and Rorkledf New Cocoa.n t will look well on Lie I:i i"Why six .1I<.h.*. a' iar-N thir- of funi K mi
,Dnwr nco-t-... Il Il: It._ 'i *.. ..rit...: -I ..... ased your Her- whi-t counter" \/JU said you could *ka!.- h'C'n and J hjif inches and :at li><)') to nla p>>uy, all on.'. oa n. However '
r. B : Byt (1.fc E. T.: Bla *waa. I "Ye..* Well what about thi- !' Tint' sixteen and a half Inv-hen. At .
ray Dine in my family and find It a most like the win tf.: T. ..
E V.& Hah.rbSt.<< fcTliat will do nicely. But J.In'z011 fifty feet the velocity i* o high that
It effect apt/ all." ir 1I1 l ii.-lla In for herd of
excellent medicine. at caring
taD Hat ot __1 erI. a.tntrl lag 0
TM \ think I ought to .have more titan the ballets are completely fljltenrsln
marked benefit. neither the wind. '*tt-! IA n., tall undertaking. It
been "Well
ett a can -
.<*etr IB an ar r toDow: r-q one? I do tire i>.. . 0 ; the first six inches the sand not
w_ W. a Jsc J. U. Jr. 1 recommend It o.h..tt.tlaaty.- you !know." Browning'. )(.tuin i| having time to yield. rolIr| .: <-* >i-lciil: andM1fDAl exixrkilce..lDu .-

sy.Wi, .w. M. K ta. A. J. | Sold by Red Cross. Pbamacy -rice'a ISo.,.


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OFFICIAL CALL F.DHPHIMAHY ELECTION I i CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. il jj jjAanouacoasottts Jeh..y FOR Knew THE-Mere LITTLE Abetrt ONES.Ceeetmfl: The INSPECTORS meeting wa-APPOINTED.called to order by

; Than ....lIi.,. Chairman Filer in th. city ball Mlaai.Fla. .

.c. e professo sPalttsTeenl win he Inserted In UM The the inhject .. at 2 p. m, April 11. U04.Th .

: Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May)II Dally and weekly Metropolis for tea dotIan. of "Coastiog'following was essay written on by an following member were present

or n olthar odltioa for eve aaUara.for .
la person or by proxy: x..... John.
10th and June 7th. 1904 in Dade County. Caadldatee Couaty Csiaiatastnambors energetic Ohio boy, who evidently
I I sad ., the school hoard win b4No love winter sports, rays the Cincinnati Jonas, Potter. Lymaa. King. Ball

des >wt.4. i c....... .a.-belt u.- .-r.. Enquirer: Filer Bnrtesbaw. sad Kirk....
forward th. aanouBcemoat Inserted until paid Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected
shall at
law aDd once
DemocratiC ;
of the County
A meeting ,
,.. "We do haft two cost in winter.
ATTORNEYS AT -LAWwUlsraeOesIs Executive Committee for Dade county. return to the Chairman of the Count I acting secretary.The .
But we do haft to W carfull that
Florida, ExecutlTe Committee. minute of the last meeting were
alleaarts.malesa4IMarstnnlilMciUtleslat Florida, wan held at Miami. FOK OOCNTTTe TJtLU1Jt&IL dont hert.
_lnl *sad aorlotclai I OB the 11th day .f April .X. D. 1S04 I II Th* assessment to be paid by thvark we get fun dna read ej approved.The .
"I think it i ia
eu.lclataalbaU be follow :: call for primary was smell*!
tea TMos.r to adjournment.Th >4' a* the PsaoersUe V..... at De Oeunty. -
anoxaw. /" "..... ria. :I pursuant following; amended call for I Representative ....... ........ fit 1* norkla: I I yon? MT lead i it a nice riding on as follows:

T. 8IAM8 M. D, 1 primary election *u adopted to-wif.; Senator ............ .......... KM I I henfcr snrenitee myself a ...,..... and I hate a nice pear of ikeights See official call on third page.

p.. I Notice U hereby gives that then i i Sheriff ........ ................ IS 00. (or t4 is-ilsrtton Ceunty... FtorUs the office subject ef Treaeuisift .. UM and I ran ikeight good. But I CaD'tIkeigbt A motion wa* made by Mr. Kirka.aa .

OAe wltk gad-Cross Pharaarf- 111 ill be a Democratic Primary Eelec- I II I Clerk of the Circuit Court...... MM will of a majority ef the DemisttH very good but I can tkeight o nominate>> county eommisatoaecind

aosMwosMUcoroora** C I Joe held la the several electlos 41* Tax Assessor .................. 201 01 I i rotors as win ho ornriosod. In the Demoeratle better then mm prple. member of the school board by

hOAhn.FLOBIPA.. I tricts ot Dad roust:. Florida o* Karl I Tax Collector ................. U 01;I i prliury May M. JIM "And there is sum peple ran Ilstricts. Sam wa defeated by a

10th. 1>04. sad U necessary.. OB Jan County Treasurer ............. 20 1 01 :,, C. H. RACTJRnOJ Fla. keight: better then mm peple, don rote of 6 to S.

DL J. Y. JACUOl'. n. 7th. 104. for the nominatloa of all County Judge ................. .J5 1" dw. Miami you think so, I do? A communication from a meeting of

.+ urnes: Democratic candidate. State sad Boar County Attorney .............. 10 to 1 "1 like to cost dent you and 1 candidate helda Miami May U 1M
. /. J:. Harraxx. .
was read sad discussed by various candidates
Horn. BI CAT BLOCK ATE DMUHI. ty. to be voted tor by the Democrat!* Superintendent of Public ta- c..did... for like to s e other people cost, don
before the committee. Finally
elector at the General Election to tx truetioa ...... ........... I 10 i dw. County Judge. you?

FLOMPA.QR held November Ith, 1904. and to be a* County Commissioner ......... I 00 I, "And I like to to hit bump when the following inspector, derka. and

pointed by the Democratic Goreraot Supervisor of Registration.... I 01 FOR SHERIFF. I slay ride and were 1 lay ride then polling places were dedded upon for

W. B. RUSH. of the State between the date of hold Member of County School ffrd. 1 10 i ia 5 or 6 bump and were you hit ont the following precinct, .

tSt-mh Mreet, Tboo.Id.3.ridesce.10th tag such primary election and the holding Justice of the Pc_.......... I Te the Dam ciaus vetera ef Dade CeeTf. bump and it wont take you very long; No. I-I..pecton. Geo. McPherson s
Ofio Ernest Stypmaa. J. M. Ennto elect
street and Avenu, of the primary election A. D. IX Constable ....._............... 1 00 nortda: till hit notber bump and I think ;
Democratic candidate foi I nareby s.siwi mysstf a oaadldsfar you H. W. Homey; polling place, store of
B'Tbos.72L MUKI. FLA.r.w.Bicrua. and of a be voted toby County Fish and Cam Warden 1 WAll r.s ecthm. .. the .... ef tttmtf el it u'juft fun, don't yon and I like to Miss Walter KltchJng.

United States Senator to of the LegUlatnre candidate are required to file a DUe Ceo IU'. .,.,.... subject te UM slay ride dont you, and there an No. lupceton.. E. Edward. J. Atslar.
the Democratic member written application to have his team will ef the nMijortty ef the Dianttadl ride that I
of to lay
plenty place Henry Brooker; derk. E. C. Mil-
c-r. of th. State o fFIorida, at tti ballot rotors as win be smsssii m the Des
.A.I\: eC.aI18 Mad. section in A. D. IX*. I appear upon the official the Committee, ot, _tie primary te be held May ML ... am peple never seen dont you think i..tar; polling place school bone .

Pleas,"Udlap Sp.dsestbae of Aa sad 1\.... na. The following officer are to be nominated ; accompanied blank: furnished with by the fee above Nt! dw JOHN FROHOCK. so I do?" No. Inspectors.. H. L. Hillier t>
Be.lde__ a 8pecial'1.O.nCL at said primary election to-wlt:: Secretar7I I W. Burkhardt." N. H. Butch; clerk I
Senator. forth with 8. L. Patterson, 1 take this ojethod .. mforai the vet. The Kahlme Doe. W. Comstock; polling place, clef
AYEXVE.l7 1 United State
1315. of the County Democratic Executivi ere ef DUe Ceuaty that I wU be a eanakdaio "The dog ia the only domestic. -

-.I.-. 1 RepreeeatatiTe la Congress. Second Committee on or before the list da] for rootoeUoa te till ....et Our animal the Eskimo hat," say Lieutenant No. Inspectors, W. H. Con C A
Congressional Di&trtct.I ef the dreott Cewt sublet U the actiesf .
csArssr of April. A. D. 104. Pear,,, "but he manage tamale Mall Jess Daughtry duet Cuflea
Z. ; ,
Ds L Justice of the Supreme Court for UM the iejsersbs prnnarles. May M. .
This April lit II. 104.W. se-l.l-L tY elsee.t. es .afara 1M de. about ai mu. K tu* of it a* we Peace; polling ,.... school house.Na .

DENTIST. full tern of six yean.I A. Filer. .1.. ef the ...., m the fatwe. as m UM do of several different heart It Inspectors. J. E. Chamber, ,

.8eIWac.. .....t eeraor oi's. Justices of the Supreme Court. Attest: Chairman. ast. to the beet et ." ahOtty. 1 take the place of a horse dragging: L B.
oeala sew. Taylor. T. M. McRae; clerk, H.
...>>sad tel........ 1 OoTcrnor. George P. Bull.Secretary. j" arateful .. thooe whe win ae.r. him and hit family long distance "
P. Hodges; polling place school .....
with ta. votes
FLOIBDA.rXtteafioo. 1 of State. r tretche It M
Secretary tern. the frozen guide*
MIAMI. pro ever .
dw B. C. DEARBORN. No. f-I..peeton. Z. ea...... JnexDmstead.
1 Attcrae7-G Lerai. QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. him with unerring cent to the tiny' ;
R. F. Saxon; cock, W. a
1 Comptroller. Second Tuesday. -Jun 7. in the now which mark*
Primary opening
Sttktts I bu.by WI.w smelt .* s **an> C&MeIa l ; polling placer Hard**** tor*. >:_!
,119-c': 1 Treasurer. 1104. lets f. tM .... ef Clerk ef the Ch- the breathing hole of the hidden No. Inspectors... R. A, Bryan. W.
1 Superintendent of Public sense cult --. subject t* the aetien ef UMDe seal. It rounds up bear and musk
General Election-Tuesday Jtovembeia ....... and often L. Brackwefl. D. OT eai: dark Frank
rrstle htaj
wi l find it to your interesl I ttoa. party nteary ox for the muter to kill

Ycm 104. Stranahan: polling place Straaahaa'
invertjaf. when the hand of hUDgerJripe
to call oo me before U 1 Commta loser of Agriculture. The registration book will not b. d J. S. FREDERICK.FOR enough hut settlement mew ball 5-
boasts and rooma the little snow
...i' r-ihed Real bargains 1.real "tate.dty 1 Railroad Cemmtasloaer.I reopened for the second primary out it yield up its life to feed the family No. J.-Iupedon. H. Padgett. J. r.

!'t.and country. Insurance taxes Adjutant-General t1OD. TAX COI.LECTOR. it ha served so faithfully and iU N..... J. W. IVM; derk. R. Cotaron;

col1ectioD.. etc. attested to. 1 1a I 1 State Chemist. POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. I hereby announce myself a candidate cost to keep them warm." porting place, school ..... I

bYe special license anthonxmja 1 Jade of the Circuit Court. Seventl Payment of poll taxes for 1902 aa. for UM one* of tax collector ol No. Inspectors,. J. S. ...,.... .... r

a to prepare all kinds legal trans-fee Judicial Clm&it.I 103 i* a preroquiftu to voting at at Dad. o.atJ.bJect to lbs action ol Weather ladiutiess. Cromnrti. J. 8. .....; diet" J. K.Pendleton
01 real estate Low 1 State Attorney Seventh. Judicial the coming Democratic primary.dw .
iris I sleet a.* this year.EXEMPTIONS.. When wish know what th ; polling place school boss .
atteatioL *
T. you <
Prompt Omit No. Inspeeton... L. A. Oshom 1.M. .
C. C. CARROLL. I weather M going to be, go out and. '
Xotary Public 1 Prosecuting AttorM1.I I The following condition exempt picking out the mallet cloud, keep .. BurdlB,. Frank Jaadon; slat M. K 4

MS *TL A YLAIICUXD If. I 1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial person from Ue payment of capita TAX ASSESSOR. I your eye on it. Kellnm; polling place, dty hatt. ;. .
I hereby aanounc* myself a* i a .
District No. Uspecton. Jackson Pea.
not or poll taxe: If it decreases and disappear i it .!
; 1 Member, of the House of Represen. CANDIDATE FRl TAX ASSESSOR ol eoek. John McKIa k. J. W. Galloway ?
Reuab1eleI. First-Any one who ha lost a UmlIn shows a tale of the air which i ii ; xw

O*lcla.. I tatives. battle. Dad County subject to the action oith lure to be followed by fine weather. clerk Fletcher Albury: polling place y.oet:

I I County Jndg Democratic primary.d it increase off trip, foi: Old Hard. bouse...
put your
MAYNARD. Second-Any offs was wa U yean Ilf
w. c. I 1 Sheriff. C. L. XIMANIES. rain is not far off. Na lJ-1.IIJIf'f't' W A. Coor-r. J.
of age on or before December 31. UOL I to-I
a...A JInIe hot-O- 1 Clerk of the Clrcmlt Court j The reason for this U as follows: Geo. Stiaehouser. W. J. Dougherty:
Third Any one becoming of age (21
Outa lantelj ntfctliUku I County Assessor of Tax*. I I FOR PROSECUTING ATI'ORNET. When the air i* becoming charged clerk Goo. W. Hoodie; polling plar*. '
OKls Jewelerj. ii I 1 Tax Collector. yjan old) on or after January IMS hereby announce myself. n* i cnndl- with. electricity you will see every I Brown A Hoodie's warehouse.Na a 't -i
who had became .
I 1 County Superintendent of Public In- j Any ass date tor the office of Prosecuting Attorney cloud attracting lesser one toward lJ-I..JNICItOn. Henry Gasman. .. ...,
f- -
ItAC OL resident of this State and county for Dade county, subject to U. it until a shower result On the' Ernest Mall Win Anderson: clerk. C. 'i. .

GEO. L. MCDONALDOOCOAWUT .I 1 Surveyor. or after January 1. IMS approaching Democratic primary else I contrary, when the electric fluid is W. HOI; polling place, school house. .

ChI .C1IW 1 Codnty TreaMrer.S If properly registered. *njr of UM tion. H. F. ATKINSON. parsing off, then a large cloud will No. Inspeeton.. J. W. Saxon., W.Bla.toa .

....I,* ( ...... .p.nsit, County Commissioners. above can vote at ail alecUons, Sat Miami. Fla be seen breaking in pieces and din E. W. H. Slstnak; clerk, J.C. 1'11

tea..ca sad GBOVL FLA. S Member of the County Board( and county, held this year, withoutpaying sole iDg. Holly; polling place school hex "sCs:

Public Instruction. any poD or rspUsHoej tae EXPOSURE. It wa moved sad carried that nameeof

and tor Dintrict PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS Jack's Notion.O candidates for members of the county -.r:
1 Jostles of the Fence in Johnar. O I"."" why late for orhooU, 7 '
A. DANA No. 1. 2. 2. 4. (. g. T. S. .. Persons under Ue following condition To fold draughts of air. to keen and Was tile want toe Km* or tbs' bill toe executive committee be placed osjth
J. stung winds sudden change of temperature MH9' I regular ballot.It .;
win be liable for on* poll w .
1. U. 12 and 11. Ton caa t hare for.. 1.l wtlrr r r ab.rb th..ebib. 1 Conatable In and lor District No. only for 102 or IMS. n* Ue lane maj : scanty clothing, undue exposure Thai aoyo _M "....r wa also moved and carried that
ltll Jr'I I of Ue throat and neck stud -Oa. 1$. hill was su... aad the. walk was candidates for game warden be placed .. 10. 11. 1J be: far
.r uep.ryes. I public speaking sod staring bring on I I aurrto: skate wtth ....sad data, on the regular ballot and the candt. S
w and 11.S who became IS oU '
Any one year .
Vei*< ** "> M"s cough nod cold Ballard' Hors sit tf re a htfco or a a.Su car date for said office he asaesssd SI.**
=. Preatdential Elector .1U'IDIUOt will be required to pay tl I 14 BOMT .. bier
band Syrup I* Ue beet cur*. I Mr. Jobs. of Precinct Na 1 handedIn
4 Delegile. at Lair to National Co for account of poD tax for that year 1
Mrs. A. Barr Houston. Texas writes -1"' _). O 1."_,. how .aulrkry BOOM! his resignation as a member of UM
naUOL Any oat who may become of age ttl The disuse Mil aramly has timt urest.
1... 21. 102One bottle( Ballard'i committee sad the same was accepted.A .

!!!r.. .--t t District Delegate year old at any time during 1M1 Horehound Syrup cured me of a very Was M ,.... wed that. .hlp. .4 yo. roato motion was made and carried that J

U Member at Large of State Commit 0tM. I win be required to pay.|i for poll tax bad MOfh. It I* very pleasant itaka" Web suctcal .....rlT .- Inspector and clerk be paid 12.00 per .-
....,. kaow.saM
ratter a yo
I for Ue year IMS. SSe. SOc f.OO. Sold by Red '" cia,.

ARE YOU GOING 1 County Member of State Committee. : Any on. becoming a resident of this Cross PIau aaq'. ..........'.... :n.' '.. t-.e ,. ..... Ihowi. rest The next meeting of the eommltta d
1 Member National Committee. "It t r for M ors roaa way .
But and county during IMS will h* .. 1& Ie I* schooirJoka! was called for April tl, 1M4. J
West ? 1 SBperrteor of ReglstnUoa. a.*. M Little ...... .
take -
North or liable for tile poD tax for IMS. if you are going to SL Louis aIIote1 There being no further business a .J

1 County nh and Gam. Warden. WHO ARK LIABLE TO POLL TAX with you lu Ue shape of a welt motion was made and carried to ad. "

Ioalsville Nashville t Member of Dade County DesoasticlmcsUve An male Inhabitants who are n fllled lunch basket and scold the skinning A ttrsaga Moths. Joa.... ;

&: : Committee In sad for year of age and wars under U yean reported to be In practice tterby Our domestic C.t. though tamed. GEO. P. t1Lt,.

Freeuea NW: 1 / hotel sharks. has some of the habit of its wild Secretary Pro Tees
I of age December SL 1ML
Railroad .. It. 11. IS. II, and 14. rrUme It is apt to be quarrel- .1'

.r* unexcelled psMengrr eerulee.! The rale governing sold primary Any one Vecomlng a resident of this MADE TOCNG AGAIN. come or at least unfriendly, whenit QUICK ARREST.

"" train eurJlar IMUmaa i election shall be the name a* thoee State sad county prior to January 1. has to be with other animals. Yet .

.esUU c-.....tree rte.tialsg 103. am be required to pay poD tax now and then will how kind-
adopted by the Democratic Executive -One of Dr. King's New Life Pills putty J. A. Culledge of Verbena. Ala.. wa fslew
chair ears, and dining can for IMS and 1003.U new toward other which we should
dtiee. Committee, at their meeting held la each night for two week ha put m.la I la the hospital from a severe J
northern sad southern they become a resident after Jannary not expect to are A eat is known '
.stwwM IJd. 104. for rase of pile causing 24 tumors. After
car"1ee la the on January my teen* again, write D. H. Turner of foster
dlainf to hue arted the
The inert 1. uot..4 before January 1. ti
governing State primaries no tar a* of Dempeeytowa. Pa. They're Ue doctors and an remedice) talkie Buck

......iUB n Taro .fn Tlexjti tit tile same will be applicable to the 902. they ylH be required .. pay poD best la tile world for Liver. Stomach lea's Arnica Salve quickly arrested .e

ADAf eomnty primary. floss and only those tax for IMS only. .nd Bowel Purely vegetable. Never farther Inflammation sod cared him.

L. & N. : ..... hall be permitted to become I Any on* reaching their majority (21 gripe. Only lie at all drug (tore*. It I conquers and kills pal. %k. at anIrugxlsts.

Pst.s.cbedtussad. sleeplar ear I candidate* before or rote at or participate I I yean) on or after January L IMS. win
Fur J y .
-n.SIeM spp17 w In themanacement of said prl-: be subject to payment of pen tax for f

M. I Ir I mary election, who declare their ad-I IMS.In. I Classified.The The glazier caanot succeed at bin
J. and organlintlon instructor was trjiaf to work ualeas he takes ......
ta..1 Asst. kerence to the principle
: all case of exemption of n rotor, teach the class the lesson that brainwork -
vu of the Democratic party. Na-
I from payment of poD taxe. ie must U uo let important than the It Isn't so cheeky to poee as baaaVnsse ,
i iroanllOKEYAIIISfAR Uoral State and county, who are by
.t. lawful lector secure of Ue upervtnor of registration' work of ones hand If you have the face to do tt.Pvaauta .
the law of the State **
: which a certificate netting forth tie fact that "Now, be said "to recapitulate '
ot the election district In they bow many kind of labor ar that turn on poorly sit ,
oeh voter to If the certificate
................... ...s...... I! oBer to rote, who have paid their poll I exempt there rTao that you might call a bum helL
.._ the voter from of
.... not lee than ten I pita payment "
taxe* legally I replied the solemn faced I -
.j I.j lay* before said primary election, and poll tax* for both yean (1)02 and man; "or nixed and ago.Ied.Chicsgo .- ; I* It any alp that tile engineer ilappy .

tXPERICNCK 60 TKAKS .jI .ho than when challenged byan* taekor. IMS). If properly regtsteted. he can I. young Tribune. rues .:xs nn aiST seta because he whistle at hi* -'

pledge In writing upon oath be- then vote upon presenting to the teipectort ,orb! .

I tore any inspector, to abide by and such ewtlflcar- of exemption. mother t. a couple of young.foie.! -

mpport the remit of such primary and i A gentleman wrote to a new.paprr.1 A ,,__'* Idea; that her hisbacdJlht .;
If the voter to subject to only
ITtlADC the nomlnte thereof. one FOR dating that on the ground on a, e to pay thi debts she runs tint
I Nippon pod tax. either for IMS or IMS. the I I Gloocestenhir farm dilI -
I person ID to, even If he :hat to borrow nutty
The poll thall be opened and closed .amt rule win apply n* securing I UNITED STATES SENATOR I I coTered a litter of young foie to dolt

MAMI la' the ...eraI .election district, at the a eertlnent of exemption for Ue two There was a mt at the farm which;

c&c I bonn tied by the general election law. 'ears VOTE FOR had just got a family of kitten I GROWING ACHES AND PAINS.

-.-S_.-_"-h.-.Mo_urn' :TIle following named person are hereby which. were taken away, while two,
::" *' I appointed Inspector and Clerk forte of the baby foxes were'riven her a* Mrs. Josle Sumner Bremond. Texas,
p. In order to be qualified to vote at the
: : .. I seven: election districts: I I I aD experiment The old rat tool 1 "rites. April 16. 1101I hare used
election 10th June
on May or
-.r.q.eb..e ..-- See report of committee meeting on !I WHOM NAME IB COMMONLY PRO to them giving them quite an affectionate tallard's Snow Liniment In my family

SdtlOfiC .Hlltrkal. I'T. 1M4. poll axes for IMS sad IMS I treatment and they got no tor three ,..... I would not be ..miloat -
[,rat pqe.) mat be paid on or before I o'clock P. I I MOUNCCO AI IP IT WAS i the
"' __- r.--. very welL When they grew up It In the ........ I have used it onny
.. ...,_... :;! "- The Toting .11.11) be by ballot on U. Friday. April S*. 1M4 (ten day before I foxes were tame and nn after
: people
J SPELLED little girl for growing pain u.adHoe .
UNN C"--" .r.New I9rOIEt5 .u
rrw-.... i tee,s..a.r.... rovnty ExemtlTe Committee: and at ,II "" they took a fancy to pa a..,.. I have also used It for front

1..1 I Only n fool man would derlbernrery : vwita to the poultry yard and owin;
be! close of such election. the iTOLlYfR. men feet with good au< j to the mtorhief they did there bad
EY-ra'I ton; std Clerk shall proceed: to caa..j an enemy by guessing within :_ to be sod.-Chatterbox.: best liniment I ever u *d." %:ie, SAe.

:t th*> rot la accordance with 1\1'1 I-b..... of n woman' real. age.. I I '1 M. Sold by Red Ooea Pharmacy...
/breObuf.e/ke..rw ......w

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THE DAILY BROWN AM: riiK VKTEU.\XS_ In coming to the support of ColDavis. button to the name number of fowl

Mr Brown says he would a tcakpoonfnl of powder.

Hill I MtTROPOLlS.l l' Hi < ..r I t! W ouavic mill r...-c-l\e "Our candidate wa defeated If. I Mr Barrow rays it will make therhickens | DO NOT fAIL TO SCC | 1wtiAL1R'S

rl--U/, .l t"t. vat the old Confwlrratrt drunk and when they get unjder -
Scales made a great ruin pullinc.: o\er !9...
.en day SKcrt
"'.'rati in tinnext i>rnnar\i In IKIOIIIim J the Influence of the drug the ..brll:- '
tutsnut one of which wa. Inniiehl orunduly
L L Rut more evident ..\..ry ., influenced in any manner N.areat .
a. f. lit .111..111cn. C' XI Brown ,m ile. larn: his aid and I( the fir>t one eaten by a ha. k will kill
force were tielin l him: h.made .
... .. ...-.....--.--. -u: |Nirt tu a (.-Ilse| ,*oiursie ha.1 d....>t. but it wilt not I L 314"12th Street.
no comhine* with ant State or,1onnty
a m..l1> and commendable art that i hurt the chickens in the least. MrI '
lu.... la iko PomoAc. uM 1I1..I.Florid. ;, candldaten \\> sccept the retilt -
_.,.-.,,1_Batter will, reflect ni"re resist 1o him ait a I Barrow says be ha tried' it for years
and are proud of the show Ingmaile.
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T fc. aoata.ra "...,...., plllo.laa", .I. inch and a ctiteman! than mould the and i* pleased with it a.. a remedyfur

see acts load .ltk. rslud MUM at the -.-.t lOt fu\fruorxlup An old xoldierin Who Hon C M Brown will | hiKi.i-r and baa k*.-BartowI ...>. .....*-> .. . .,. . .. *...*.. *. ... .. ...

i.ee * himself the Mtuation
"I'r..mll| on l\I.1oR.EE: BRO'
-- know But the editor of the Marion
__'at..... .........-.,......sr> per Us*. and the teteran vice in the JackMinille not ,
tsfc4' _>iau \ MetropoliK na>'a.I :,; KIXDKK LOU. < ;.\. .
toe Year by Mill . . . .i.olo indltidually/ and ellturially. to th.' I *
I I son an ex-('iHiT.* $:x Month. . . . . . .. 2.y> Hon R.drrtV Davis. for In our humble .: hake
Ife-iiNx rat. and' I toleil, in the Utepriniar '
Tire Month. . . . . 1.2S opinion be i* the test man left in Ret ween the Trades I'nion and the *

One Week by Carrier. . . .. .1,) ) elM-tiou for Confeileriite veterans that race. We fought him agzre; *..ive\| t'onlrattorn<< AIIMH lalion. II I t
who .ere tautlu'ate, ..s.-. |" I Kinder Lou Crates.
---- i and fairly. Now we are going to fight
Tie Iiuui Printing Compuj. where two were applicants for the
for him to the beet of our ability IMcauiie -- .
name office oii cannot Tmacine: how Building Trade Councilof
Advertising! rates made known oa he is an ex-Confederate soldierThere I
it cut me to the quick when I saw in Miami and Vicinity i Chase & Harney. Miami +
application. U nothing In the record of hist

tour paper that Mr Brown of Uialalate I .' Sell-. =: ---=rKinder
TELEPHONE. 1-5R. long service In Co.un'tb.t ran be Miami. 1a.. Feb I:. IV 4 t
OFFICE METROPOU3 BUILDING. .'brought against him and we admire To the Contractm' Association Ml- : i
I | >rte 432 and 414 Twelfth Street. his unfailing good nature, dl"pla.f'dI..a ami. Fla.:
II j
and line his influence to defeat R. W.Davl I
Opposite Court House.COMPA&ATIVK i when his opponents aroused him Gents The Carpenters Local 993 demand Z all over Dade County.

OI8TARCX8. I .* in the second primary. I wasmore ''of a determination to turn the whole I that they receive an eight-hour I r.PI.e... .. ... . . .. ... .. . .. ..... . .
I than pleased and relieved' yesterday -
on __ -- the railroads. From MrI work day the 18th I'''
... :.: state over to { commencing on
I this contradicted" by Mr. :
to gee
Te I'Hag,.I Peas. w.key. Brown and his announcement that he ,I I Broward' now famous map one would I day of February, 1904<< the same bring '! . . . . . . . . . ; . .M

Miaai4 : think there wa nothing but swamp the next day after your regular meeting. |
would assist Mr Iavts .'.II<..-Coa'i o .
110. alias IlIIeaLJii ;
I overflowed' land from Gainesville to the eight-hour day to be granted
-=:.:. :-- --.. I ... .... I' federate ol .._. ...... ... i alt NI 91 ||o Key W_. They say In tome places without any reduction In ".11:". l'ltl- | i
11- .. .. 141 I" Ills..t1.j. I lier and have not I long to live Hit while !
d.Coda. O. a.4 I anti II o that they think that If Bmward I* matum:: If the above oemand ia not
I: we do live let ux stand together as we : J05 lXh St.
1.p. .ytt.e ::::: sea tubs std elected he will divide up South Florida granted' local W3! : of Carpenters and j
did In the. tanks on the field of battle t
.deta .... I N. I and voter Joiners of America will '
4 tIm pM give every eighty acres. :f
forty years *jn.. There Is not one of j ju Continuous Service from 6'
1r.I. err NI ad of land and the only reason he did adopt such measures as wilt bring I a m.. until 10 p. m |f

San Jwaa....-....., .1. 11. I NI ts'1 I ia Florida today but what not get all the votes was that he forgot about the eight hours and three ....................+...... . . . . e.....
.....I........ I and deserves aiwiwanc I believe al'f'd.j .
I........_c..t I... ... to mention the mule. I Ian ($3.i.' per day I: '-
nearly every vote Mr Brown IK.
Captain Broward was an advocate | Yours respectfully B. M. BAILK

MAY 21. 1904. tame from a .veteran and I thought of the divorce and dispensary bills. I Local 993 Carpenter and Joiners ot.I.

that for him to repudiate those who I i PeeK 9 Bailey
i two measures that sit heavy on our I AmerI -a. I
} had honored him by saying he would
Has anyone asked you if It rained! 1 stomach. Therefore we believe and !I A. B. Weaver Pres. I II n Hik-Gn4
work companion In arms
against a LAUNC-H
I a are sure the people of Florida will on W. F. Crofts. Sec.Referred I YACHTS. S, SAIL & ROWBOATS
the unkindest cut of nil and Ingratitude I
i Anyway Col. Alexander won't haveany bordering on disgrace. I June 7 say. that Hon. Robert W. Davis1 I to the Building Trades'' Overhauling and Repairing.; Marine Raitwar.J7011 .

breach of promise suits to fight. should be Governor' of Florida.** I Council. Feb. 13.: 1MM. for conslderaI ArtstjcD -
-- I BRYA.VS PLATFORM.The I. I at which the within demand was

A cottontail rabbit wont be In It on I j STATE NEWS. I I| unanimously endon-ed. I
Jane 7 with Tsjifeiro. Davis and Memphis Appeal ha figured Information reached Pennarola. byw |, B. Sutton Pres. I . . . . . . .

Clark. Watch them run. I yesterday to the effect that plan (Seal. L. N. Knell. Sec. S
out that Bryan and his platform constitute I
had about matured for the purchase. Miami. Fla Feb. 13. 1*>4. 5le Sa
A Savannah bull ball broke the Democratic party This Is j I
player '
y In Florida, of one million acres of I To the Contractors Association of' t ] Carlos

p kit, arm throwing a ball ,He probably what It save: lands by capitalists of Chicago, to ),.1 Miami:

threw a tit afterwards.Tb R.To begin with the platform. IT ISM used aa a cattle ranch and that the Gents: Your communication under Formerly\ 5h? palm Jfot 1.

deal for this amount of land Is aboutto date of Feb. 19<<<>4 B. T. C received
a. to
f wet weather of the past week I I In the next pl... I am the Democratic be consummated. No Information II III Corner Avenue: B and 11th Street.
considered Bled and ordered aaswered.
tan been about a* touch a proposition party.I .
I I I to given as to the location of the land. Gus. A.
by stating that we cannot constitutionally Muller ProprietorOpen
as the people' of th..rtloll bar con- demand that every Democrat qualify
but It was stated In the telegram that eater Into .
Waded with in many a day. himself by taking oath of allegiance I contract
I Pennacola would be the shipping pointof covenanted with on the lines
to Me, ftIIIcPra."hlle but little Is I you yon all the yearat

: Judging from the State platformthat the big mention: however, we approve of arbitration
pronounce every i
id from all sections of ma..port'l.I doesnt mention Me as dishonestend known It In Is Pensacota the general regarding Impressionthat the when consistent. SZ?** per dar and up. Special per week and to Com

rear Is evidently developing good re- : unworthy of the support of the move Respectfully imrrcial men. Large Sample R.\.m-
the capitalist r.ff red to represent B.
stilts Sutton. Pres.
!! party I'- O. IV>s WA MIAMI. FIA.I .
a cocbicatlon of,the big packing (s.&U U N. Snell Sec.

)ko. WUIlama could hare saved himself I denounce every alleged Democrat I, houecs. wLlch sum months ago made fnited Brotherhood ofCarpenters . . . . . -'. '
who wants to I get the Democracy In
tir j a whole lot of trouble. by patronizing la move to acquire lame tracts of lam! I and Joiners of..'........1''... Tn'nn! So.lI93- TI
shape to win victories as a '
t home industry ia the matter <>f f'fOrIISal..1 I.a Buldwla county. Ala. an; In MUm! Fla, Vanh IS. IVt. I
and a traitor w..t./i Hotel
choosing a wife. I Any Mate platform that Is not three Florida for the pur-xre of Contractors .\&;n. j :arjl. rla.: Biscayne

lUhlng an immense cause: ranch. Gentlemen: Ton are hereby notified' I

-Tb* Hearst boom Is dying." says | yards long m evidently the work of The s-jcrera of the Southern Slates that local union 992. V. B. at C. and J. I a rom
minds that want to pander tocorporate rmberMIAMI S. GRAHAM
s the Atlanta Journal.' We thqnght: Its corrupt i i Lumber Company with cattle In ttiv of A. after due cmuideratlon.' and prreeding >- I It&t tn )1.1]' Proprietor
wealth. Brevity la the soul .
already about one of the deadest section has attracted .. :Me>pread attention according; to the constitution.
Corner Avenue D and: Twelfth Street
; of trvaxoo.
things !. the country. : and has brought the alter do hereby demand an 8-hour day to
I denounce Judge Parker as unfitto
1f n j to the notice of the big packing houses take effect on and after July 1. 1 "4I
Willie Jennings. It U said will work be the candidate of the Democratic FLORIDAQOOOOOOOOo
with the lenult that the 1:11 c-ouibina- Respectfully
for Broward for Uovernor. This makes pe-ty. because be declines to talk. 0 I
j tlon Instituted an Inquiry, ant! scion ti i A. B. Weaver. Pmo.I .
Col Davis' nomination all the more The New York Platform is dlobon- I
report vas WIlt out to the effect that I! W. F. Crafts sec.RESOLITIONS. )
5 certain.imi ,lent and dmgraceful. because the men
toe t'UIDLlaatoo! wan: to acquire a lareanount
: 0 ''who framed' It do not agree; with Me i
1. Bush
of land la this section to e* j & Safford Piano Co
} Alexander has not been heard on all questions of the day.It t ,
| tablisi: a big ranch.
from t nee the primary. It must hare Is the duty of the Democratic I 1 i Adopted by the Contractors Assocla- !I 11_,...'... ate.oooew.
Is known In Pensa-v'a
But little: r I
been the the blow that almost killed. party to reafflrm what 1 want reafBrroed |. II i tion of Miami. Fla.. to Take S ;. :: '
rarulDC the scheme of ti e canUallMiI : : R.i; :=ss.aatt 'seaSteinway <:
Jim. what I want reaffirmed no matter I!
1 i I as the purtKS coalrolltng tue laud Elect May I-th 1MM.
Issues Involved arelend I II & Son's
I --u whether the I NewJjYork.Other
*. tons of and theurrhas<>rs are not r..uw! 0 It having come to the knowledge. of .
A few days ago twenty-four

gold mere melted at the Philadelphiamint ( denounce or not.I Grover Cleveland as a I of the State.-Pensacola journal j I I i the Master Builder.Ajworirtton thatnnNatlsfart.jry I : : .-.. =.:I 0:1.. B=amay

( B.'ItUh: conditions have for
TLe officers the steamer
to be mined Into American eagJe .Umco steerer and a faithless. Democrat I Other Hitch Grade Pianos and Piano Pla.erl.
tn..lbl..1 i,
.. E. O. Paltmanth are having MUM time existed. In the building
*-th* bird to which all pay boma,: because he never said a word Pianos from
with the Celestial crew on board that I1. j 10o..lnK to the unwise and bu"'j $225 up' Cash or easy (Jd 'ments. Tun-
ft Is said the Mormon are going to aninst me in his life.I rascal Teasel ant* there. are now thirteen In j i exactions of the InM onion. ai.i and Rejjairinjj.. A few bargaina; slightly
brand every gold bug as a
build a temple In New York City the roust'/ jail. Thirteen of much that many perrons who contemplated J'oeJ pianos. Open evenings
and every silver' man who regard: free ,'o tb..1 .
There are a good many Mormon there were already serving In Jail erecting new buildings and malting
,diver as an obsolete issue I arraign O
who do not belong to the charth.Captain '0 i o fusing duty, and yesterday six more many extensive Improvements dar-1 ClQco!

-o-- t* a dishonest Democrat. -re placed there on the cam ebar.e.i i lag tie present .ua...-.... have d """" )I

Broward !is amazed. at Hun. I'nlens a Democrat Is willing: to 10'do..a The latent outbreak occurred Monday I doing so. to long aa tilT present conditions The U!Huurl cewsmic-r| roan ..:I..

C M. Brown declaring for Hon. R. W. with me on a sinking raft he afternoon among the ....1..tI.I..1 exist: M Is therefore apparent I i put on s mask and kith t-j .nhaded'. '

Davis for ao'noor. He will not only does nut deserve the name of Demo w hile the steamer was In the c'rt dockt that the growth and prosperity of the<: retolr held up a csr!"il of new.|..-

be amazed but defeated after the vote cratThe per- i'' % the navy yard. The Chlhamen I city has been greatly. restricted' cans-i i per n>-n ar.U roliliecl them of alleged r1Clearance

c 7. doctrine of my consecrated I lua-- a' are counted Jane were mad because they were refuwxl Ing great Injury to all branches of bus1Incwa. I ) a .. .
a on Is a part of the Democratic gospeland any shore leave, anc1 when the I Brt I | CM' 1'0111' Ii>4.: ruI.I...,< al.!.. DO such ,

An Associated Prena eorreiipnndentlays unless. It Is subscribed to by the j i mate ordered one of the mss I; to do It Is therefore resolved bv this AtKHiaiMHi. mi.ta"...

Information I I. abaulutely National convention I shall proceedto .
that-Russian --- >--
refunedj That leclare
some work the latter ) pointblank wo an open

.....Uabl.. The world ha abolish the Democratic party and I I to obey the orders. Finally the shop a sliding scale of ..&IC'I'L and In a :-. rt intrtrlev! ("Jur. Olell. the

well of thin fart fur off and Join the Indians. Republican Governor of New York.
aware go
pretty Il! mate decided to place the Celestial. In that nine 191 hours shall constitute a.lay'
1 the beginning and the end. I I and leoa>ler In his
some time. I am Irons and this brought on more tronble. work In all branches of the a party, said:

--5- the sum total the ultimate soothing | I Ii Ii building trades.It "While I would rather fee a manlike
| and lye of the fellows shipmates
Governor Jennings shows symptoms syrup. the only way the living light i I Bran .beaten than one like Parker
la further resolved That .
''Jumped i the Unit matTb.., bit and I Io we pledgeourselves
of wanting to climb down from off thebead the court of "last resort, the n* plus ve must beat Parker Just the '
Individually and
o scratched him considerable. and
wagon of true Democracy. It" ultra and all ihere-ts-to-lt of Demoo I Iray suciatioa. that hereafter dlacrim/sa-I same. But the country Is to be ronaratalated -
no Sale
would no doubt have Inflicted more j :ofMen's
evident. that the Democrat are I
very tlon shall be made between union. and upon the tact that ordeal

for him to climb ........ May I
willing offuses| _-caaloll labor, and It Is also agreed I parties are now disposed to nominate

I'M* still fresh In. bin memory FATHER IS SON. j + their !f.J* menI am not enough of a
UKE i: came out to see what was the matter.A : that each member of this Associationsign a Boy'sSHOES
part!.an to a lab to see the Democrats
the above resolutions and thatthe
telephone message was sent to the
Mr. Fitzgerald the new editor' utlb. Like his distinguished father. C. 11.1 j noinlcate an unfit man." '
stand six city from the navy yard and the falt- same shall .be famished for one I

Bartow Courier-Informant Brown, Jr. editor of the Marion -."red States Deputy )I.nbal"hart_ week In the city papers as an advertisement. This is the voice n: a patriot, no
th. scales. at :'mpounds.
feet high and Up I j ty Democrat has declared his supportof i : matter what his party affiliations. It
went to tb ship placing the men under -
he will : | ,
It U safe to say Hou. R. W. Davis for Governor. : brought' la best for the country that partiesshouM
In his new arrest and them to the } Jas. F. Woodworth. Contractor j jPerk
the almost respect
In a lengthy article In the last Issue pat forward their best men

Geld of labor. uf his p per. Mr. Brown say of Senator city. This was done upon application A Bailey. Boat Builders.J. I nod ro man Is a true lover of his ...... | AT

-5 ;,U the British vice-consul A British W. Cardy. Miami Tinning and
5. Tallaferro and Mr. DavisWe : I try w!ho wishes tu see a weak mud
I. answer to th* question what Is octal court will assemble daring the Plumbing 8bo | Cohen's.FOUTSKIDNEYCDK
have no fight to make ... Senator i nonUa'Ml by the opiMwitlon.! It maybe .
a herof the Memphis CortmerctalAppeal Utter part of the week at the British Mnller.. Brady A Mann.Contractors i
We know when to pot'r'r. bat not patriotism.palm .
TalUferro. |
say: "H* la a man who gets I vlme- onsulate, when the men will be R. G. Snlzner. Contractor. |
down _hand. Tb* people havedscIrred
foal to share .p San J... bill aid lay tried and if found guilty will be given M. J. McDonald Plumbing '
him their choice and no one j j
UM throw him ...... and takes the | sentences and later deported. The': W. T. Healington.. Painter.
their derision. they
should dispute
credit away from him." This Is pretty I men gave their. names aa Wong Kum. I Pierce H anIl.. Painters.
defeat :
doomed la advance she
do they are ]
Tat, Tit Hong Kong. Leon Sing. Che I
rough on Mr. Romevelt. would f.: Q. Erfert, Contractor.C. .
J. X. C. Stockton
Hon. Man and. Yong Sing.-Pensacola Jour- J. Rose Artificial Stone MM
If he would refuse I
Every town ha a man mat bat a great. noMe art and E. K Hownrd.. J
U M. Howard
to run i In the second. primary. nalB. I
sever marie a were of anything In M. Barrow, of Tiger Bay laformatb. Brine: wn tractors. par Cotta
nevertheless. proIlfto-. and bow to the will of th* people.. It I e
life hut Is .
popular mane reporter that he finds nnx vomlca 1 Gus A. )lul.... Painter
him more
would make a
He Is clays
the matter of suggestion. Hourthan 4 Garrrtt. Plasterers ,
election a most excellent thing to feed his
for the next -
tell ..hit id when the time
'butting- In" and wanting to rolled. around he would be In-1: chickens. both to kill chiggers: and R. S. Wilson. Contractor. Waft B3c!]. ra.Sfai" .
take specialdelight
Might to be done. only.I hawks.. He feeds It in the proportion .. W. Haha. ContractorW. ..
petty strife and \inclule This Is our opinion <: LaVe rnw.t a-l]">inin<
In stirring lIP
undisputed right: of a heaping teaspounfull to a dozen j A. Sh..ph..d..Ity Work.

neighborhood rows la fact be I* a Mr' Stockton has an defeat for him written hens and repeats It every three or four G. Meyers Electrical Enaiuetr.J. City Park A COM:' t'OUofortabJ. pia. ..
of the earth tat '<> run. but we see
.. the far
rart n the wall In letters of ere but days. He says be prefers to ne but- I A. Dann, Iliat-ksmith. to ..HI at, with cm*! talneenn'>-
will not on
what are you going to doe If heiww tons putting them into a Mock of'' L K HatH..M. Plasterer ContractorJas.
the law of the land pnihit,It* 1 broad path to public esteem Sample r um for tra..liaJ men .... .
'I*. and will distinctly wood then sawing It Into dust whichhe Shackleton Stone Cuntractfir rats tI .yw sod BieM

Tour shading 'him.-High Spring to the.. people's no feeds to the fowls. He! uses a half I I Bub Welborn. Brick Contractor Mrs .ld. B. H.
UuTMt. c':,reseed

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Funeral Director and Embalmer. STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE -SPECIAL SALE if floe SteeJilcl"ltfI.UCHUDISE.

sole H Siuoullt Bute.

I Prompt ,It....... to TcUcraph of Telephone o all..

; i liTHE IDEAL" Ii
1 THE :Mr K C Kk-iMtrm' a prumiiuMit :

I..nl..r. of Nee York IK in the city a .
[ DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. I Ku: ..., of Mr W M Kr....n. reHldent

-- --- of the Kurt Dalian National Hank

MIAMI LA.. May 21. 11106.I" ,i Mr Klrpsiem mil remain here iwtprai; .f Monday May 23rd. 4 i

I" MAIL SCHEDULE.k 'I davit and It .. very proltsBle he wiiinvent )
in tome Miami real evtate. ""
I I > '
t Arrive from the North :I MONDAY we will place on Sale many EXTRAORDINARY GOOD VALUES; ex- f
S. U Patterson and Gaston Drakereturned <
t| 7:00 a. m. home last night from Jarki.onrtlle I traordinary because they will be marked away below the true value. Here you will find e"a .
$.55 p. m. '
Close for the North where they bate been In at I! the Newest Dress Fabrics. Trimmings Laces, Ready-to-Wear Dresses and Walking Skirts, I
tendance the Masons' meeting and c
5:15 a. m.
r ':15 p. m. where they took several degrees In Shirt Waists and Muslin Underwear, all at greatly Reduced Prices. If you don't attend Oo I'' .
that ord=r.
=1 = == I- this Sale you will surely regret it. _.
Miami ban been well reprexcntedJackxonvllle
hIDcto.-'or Eut "! Florida: '
Cbetlnned showers toollftt and 10lll<'r- thin work Among the LAWNS. BATHING SUITS RIBBONS. >

row. South to went wlnd't.laaimum number having business In the me-i > Monday we mill place on ale fire Ladies' Bathing Suit. made of all Monday la our ribbon department H .

78.Minimum. tropolis were: J McDonald.. 8. 1..1| A moot AlaI*&, neatly trimmed, nicely we will make :
) Patterson. piece of French ...... 45 Inches wide. 1 a special on a lot la all
Gaston '
70.TOWN. Drab Dr. C. J. Er- .a1 tailored worth I&SO: Special. ..S.t: : colors, all silk, at . . lOe o yard r"".
rkll_. B. B. Tatnm. W. F. Miller I| V These goods mere bought early in the' W

and H. M King __. We ran not buy them at the SHIRT WAfSTS SKIRTS.

a iI j price we wilt sell them Monday. A clearance ..Ie' of all our shirt I I Ladles'. Heavy Welt P. K. Skirts >

I TOPICS. I 1 Mr and Mrs W H. Marshall of I . . .. .. . .5Sc a yd. ..1.1... You tan buy any shirt waist I jfie- anal ........-I' I'f'tl. All perfectly.

Fort Lauderdale. are in the city and .. > i i In the house Monday at 15 per cent off ;tailored and thoroughly shrunk, north

are guests of the Pioneer. Mr. Marshall I[ IThirty piece ;of fancy Lamas la on each dollar.. For Inn'ance. mir $2.1M.a: $3.00 and $-1.50; special Monday.$14?

WORK SUSPENDED.-Work on the Is suffering with malaria sad I! stripe and figure, just the thing for waists. $1.60; our I3." waists 12.15; : Was

--.I. new Sturdivaat building on Avenue D came down for the purpose of reeelving 1III every day dress, klraona or .rap- our ".00 waists *:3....; oar $5.19 SPECIAL HOSE VALVES jjti

between Thirteenth and Fourteenth medics! treatment He U under sit st per; worth te a yard. Special ..fOD$3.75.' This te a Shirt Waist All our Lad....' Hose consisting oflace

streets baa been temporarily suspended the care of Dr. Crawling aad Is doing I: day at . . . .. . Sc a yard opportunity In the full sense of the striped. and clock stitched aad _. '" ._
this week oa account of a scarcity well. I word. gauze, while and black Caampaia W

; of material, bat will\ be resumed I Pink white, blue and corn colored' and fancy; regular 75e and 11.00 val- t=" 'i

few and the structure VESTS. nea. Monday special ,.. 41c each.
la a day for :
Mr. A. K. McMullen. of the Chase A Accra Cause, evening wear. Dainty :

rushed rapidly through to completion. Hamey Commission House, will go to'i "O. cool stylish; worth :3Se a yard. Moo-1 I Ladies' bleached gauze ribbed- Vests BOYS' WAISTS. "o. ,

Stuart Monday where his company I = day . .. .. . ..%So: a yard i taped neck and sleeve, all sixes: All ... ,
WILL HAUL ROCK NEXT WEEK. Monday special ,. . ... ..S for 2Se our -Mothers' Friend" Bora ,-
. Messrs. Hood and Isaacs contractors has contracted for the handling of a :, y I Shirt Waist, la colors and la white z t \oj
number of of pineapples. Mr. :' English covert cloth In tan mode, -
for the new Halcyon Hall hotel win crops i WRAPPERS. I the best Boys Waist made: special .. 4

begin hauling rock for the walls from :McMullen wilt remain there ladennltely. W blue gray, and black gray this material Al1ourIUO..dIU5K11D011..aad at. .. ... .... ..... ..4V each '
the quarry next week and aa soon asa or until the crops have been will wa,.h and makes aa excellent -1 rappers \la percale all colors; a large I \1"

t wnVient amount has aorumalated. marketed. I bicycle or rainy day skirt Special selection to choose from at .. ..Me LADIES' MUSLIN Ul't"DERWEAR.:3' : : .

at . . . . . loc a yard I See our underwear table Monday. }
the work of laying the walls will becommenced. O le'f
:Many prople will pleasantly remember I CORSETS. There will be many values, good to be '

Mr. and Mr. Koecler. of Plttsburg Twenty-five different styles of lawn I Monday we win offer the greatest loaM on it. IB petticoats gowns, corset Z tr J

OLD SOL SHINES AGAIN.-After a Pa. who spent several weeks here' batiste. Swiss and dimity, worth ttej value 'ever offered la this city, all oar covers and drawers. To miss this 'a'

week of eontlBBoa rala the sky cleared luring the season at tae San Carlos and 3 V a yard. Special )lOIIda,. ...15c I $:.50. r. 00 and $1.50 corsets .t..11'1 j I table will be your loss. apsI j

this moraine and Old Sol came out Krtel. and who acquired considerabletroperty '

ia all his story to dry off the far of In Miami upon which they I .

the earth and make peor-o reel I comfortable .ronwe to erect comioodkjus and mod- I Every department in our Store is overflowing in Bargains. A visit to our store

The total rainfall ra structures. Mr. Koegler U againa
core more. j MONDAY will convince you of this statement. Our stock' must be reduced hence this
for the week bas been but a frac- the city and at the San Carlos havnx .

tloa abort of tea Inches the greacn i come town to look after his prop- I i great reduction. % ...

part of It falling IB the taut twenty- rty InlereiiUMrs.. Koegler was ..DI) ;
four hour BP to last night The I.dl-I le to come she having bees detained < MONDAY. MAY :>RD. t

a c tloa are for continue jatr weather 'y Illneee which wilt ford Mr. Koeg-j! .;...
-- ler to expedite, his business and get I! "
LOOKING FOR A LOCATION. back to her as soon as pncalble. They I' I' .
E. B. DO TGLAS. .tt.
Will H Stevens, formerly editor of will both return here early la the f.UI j .

the, ('Iar..t'L' ) Herald accompanied to begin building.: __

by Mrs. Stevens and two children "
j ; ""' 1
are IB the city. Mr. Stevens basdisposed .. .
of the Herald and la BOW -

looking for a location IB journalism NEWS ON THE BAY.I -- -- --- .-,- - t. ..1..
OB the East Ooa.L Mr. Stevens formerly

owned a paper. at Daytona and W.: F. MILLER a CO
u very familiar with this State and The Key West schooner Ullle. plyIng School Will Soon Close
section. between this port and the Island t.s..cn- to E4wi* Ncl en.i !

City carrying log for dock purpose .

there went ashore this morning OB the THE UNDERTAKERS

bar just around Brickell'a Point, while !' And your children will soon have a long vacation from 1.

I PERSONAL MENTION. being towed down the river aad bound I 413.-l2th Street. Phone 25.ATTENTION. I II books. Why not place them in the

out. The Ullle has trouble every I II

time she come into port by ground i I ec:515MIanli: Conservatory of Music? !
H. \\. Bird, of Denver. Col. hi among '
Ing. she being heavy draft and I I II
the visitors la Miami today.Mr. i RED MEN. (N Have
It being difficult to handle her without you investigated our
I i Theta will be a meeting of TontokaI I i iI' "
Mrs. N! getting aground. She win probably BUSINESS lOCAlS. "Partial Plan "
H. T. Gelger. Geiger I Tribe. I. O R. M, at K. of P. hall at Scholarship ? Anyone is thereby enabled t
and Miss Carrie A. F. Geiger, of Hal- Host on ftgh tide. I
: 7.311 Monday evening. A full attendlanre : to obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a
len'lal In the city today.. merely
are visiting -- U desired Important business. will into Sevell's I
as It pay you to drop nominal Starfc
: cost. ** *. acre.y far use si Practice Plum
The steamer Miami Is due IB port la to come np.DArCHTERS. 1 next Monday A big lot of goods: to be
)I. B. Craig the wen known and ,
this afternoon from Key West andHavana. ,! clod out below .runt and 13 poor cent I|
popular kalgbt of the grip, traveling Franklin Coleman Bush. Director.
Sbe..11I sail tomorrow on I i!off on regular stuck *
Tor a large Baltimore drug house is I j
j I the return trip with a number of passengers OF CONFEDERACY ,
maim la the city visiting his trade.
and a heavy freight A cool alarm clock for fie cents ai '
All persons Interested U the orgaaUatloo ,. -
Mtesea Beralce Stranahaa sad Carrie i The Racket Store.
B.'a-lle. I Work on the steamer Blwnyne. i of the Daughters of the Cnnfed- i

tile visitors IB'the of Hallendale city today.are among which Is hauled out on the ways at !: eaary are requested<< to meet at the residence -, Homestead for sale, apply to this |! . . . . . ........ . . . ....

the Terminal dork. Is progressing : of Mrs. W R. Hamey cornerAvenae i
-- I offlce. I II iWANTEDFire SPIERS &
4..ewsld, of the Joseph Zapf rapidly and when put In commission B and Tenth street next )lODI I,I I II MERGER

'- brewery firm of Jacksonville. I* qaI.I. several weeks hence she will I* at I, day afternoon at 4 o'clock. Everybody I f''

the city linking after the firm's Interest good a. new !Interested Is anted to attend M a full or six room house I .:
meeting Is desired. : by the >'ear. Address. It. this offlce.
here. j

'!! Today there I.--a general drying nut I i'I ; Real Estate. Life. Fire and !
Repair are being made to the shed II A cool ink tablet for ;ae at the
| df riicgrog. balling ont of boats etc_ I *
over the terminal dock which leak la Yeung."M Racket StoreHeadquarter Accident Insurance
I| that have suffered. by the recent rains Learning '
toy place. New rata carrier are cliu.lkfii... Haiti the .peckl" i : -
Many of the boats are wet through and ;
j i
also being fitted- to the cave I 1 I through and all of their Inside fitting ben. ""jre the brurhl....l thicken: in i i fancy groceries, fruits Rental and Collection Agents
the lot I etc.. at WiUon A Flye'a. ?
beds blankets have been taken out I I : I
i I ,, .
from Rapid Qty !! until the tcr ..
A pteasaat party Yes. proud roo- j e
for treatment by the ray of Old Sot.Jl 'I Istclg.iag
8. Dak.", now la the city enjoying our j I a litt'- higher. "I noticed If you wint,lce cream that to good !j I Office over Bank of Bay Biscayne.
climate are Mresrs. Fred Holcomb. I I that they rai to cover when a col- | and pure buy it of th. Blacayae DimCoicpany I

Mr. Qula, Peter Dehamel lad K. D. orwJ\ ,preach! T drove by." tats i They rags Tennessee cream | | Lock Box :;; Miami. Fla.

1, l'ew. !;1 AT ruE CHl'RCHES \ Journal. 141 I. . :....... ... . . . . .. i

)tri. W. J. Grant of Fort Pierce, Is :, i.ts.s.t MaeevbiM fn..... I i FOR RENT.Desirable east rooms !; -

a guest la the city today and will remain I'. I "Did you her several day before golag I .. TO-MORROW\ ." IWhat .

farther Mirth OB a visit for the sum- i j ar j j Mrs. McLendon. !I Atlantic Coast Line.
...... I I "A a gentleman. .
CHURCH. flow did you disguise yourself?* i
Hotels and families ran buy graola
Mr. *L (I. McOowaJd. or jsiisonville.cam. Personal "'orkwin be the sermon Chicago Pout. | Tennessee cream at Biacayae Drag | Quickest time, most excellent service North, East sad West via

down yesterday and will visit :! subject at the Presbyterian church at ..aaaad i I ATLANTIC COAST LINK. The Famous New Tort sad Florida! Spedal.

hi* brother, Gefrge McDonald at Coon the 11 o'clock service tomorrow; evening. l !!I wild Pullman trala of Compartment Sleeping Dining and Obeervatloa Car
Judge (to pol <"Pman-What i i. Part shins to learn the Spanish .
aat Grove for several daya. Mr. "Cornelius. Morning anthem. e'.ectrte! lighted throughout leave St. A. DtIa. dally
the |prisoner charged with ? j lands.bin the class now being except Sunday at 11
McDonald win also go OB a cruise "The Lord Is m!' Sbi-prn- IT Ie '|I A. U, arrive New York .:.1 P. 1L following day.
Policeman with I b e'
( limp r.ri.toner-) f..rme.l > 1 rnright. a proflcleniteacher
dowm the coast while here. evening Miss Ko" a-1 "-. Enloe will Florida sad West Indian Limited,
: I Dunoo \er honor, but taint sdiwater. 'I Carrying Drawlag-Rolm. Sleeper aad
sing Lead Me. O Lord. '-_. = LUc!. Dialog Car, leave Jacksoavlll at fMt
.-Kruwninx's Magazine.Patti I'I : A. M. daily arrive New York 1-00
There have been aa unusual numberof Pare TmD**_ cream on sale ai P. M. following day.
la the city yesterday FIK3T BAPTIST CHI :rT.Rev. Net In It. Chicago and Florida
Palm Berbers Bia'n.e Drug Comptay. 1C Limited. solid Pullman trala of Sleeper Dining and
sad today. Among those here are Mr. Spence of Ftnohlng. U I.. **1 yr by the ]>'I"r.| that Patti' Observation Car, leave Jacksonville d.II.t '::10 A. M.. arrive Chicago 4-0

)I....... T. J. Grter, D. T. Kerwln. ,... will preach at 11 a. m The parlor get. R/leis (or each rngaement.:' P M. following day. This trala t"DITlit.. Louis
H, .....1... Frank Waters and El'rm. will preach at T.in. Subject.\ The TwoBulld..ra. 111"t' n tliini(. It Myrtle's en- ,- -.-lass table board may be pro- 1:3S P. M.Dixie. Sleeper arriving SL Lonl
rnred. at Sery We+t Twelfth Street Mrs
.. and R. U Steven and wifeJullaa ptcHiint i..n't broken;; ..h1l get a leave
_-- milli.tn.--ludianalstli. 'IlD. .:!. *:: sos: P. M. dally, carries through
| sleepers to Chicago and St Louis, arriving Chicago > 1$ p. M.. st. LovjaI
eitltea FIRST M. R CHI'RCH.
Roberta a prominent Net His Fault.Mr We tine Tennessee > ream to all oar M A. M. following moral'ag.
of West Is In the Tomorrow morning the First M
and merchant *. Iloandl_What do you m 'jn tee cream and also have the plals The quickest line by four tad one-t.ilf hours to Chic-age. even boon t* r
city having returned from a businesstrip E Church the tutor will preach on
by fom.n: c home at thu dour St. Louis and one hour to Louisville.
Jacksonville and other points. "The Zet4 and Earnest of the Spirit."
to FfRNlSHED HOl'1' ;. .
Mr. l 1andlW"II. I dfln't. want '
home tomorrow oa the At :.15 m. he will arhm The Male:
He will. return Christian p. .pr to come hom. but they turned. out on Tenth ttr-et for rent Apply at Reservations
_... Miami. Journey
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Human "' "-No

% ALL OVER THE HOUSE. FOR THE LITTLE ONES. owes seed Arcst. I Mile-What would yon do if JWB! w
lad*MK.000? I t MAjlubbing
When Lenbach, the German an ,
.t VI..... ...... a c.--t .... AMwS. Hew eerie LanM4 .. Take Car the of I Giles-!Same nt others who hays
, MM H_ Chick.. **. .I lit, was painting portrait '
a ".. W....... Wilhelmina of Holland, the i $1.000.000. kick 11O'l'1Iu.e 1 didn't
In ibis of whenjnany Carlo early manifested a love Queen jheve ftUOO.OCO.-ClenIaDd Flat
day hygienic
k care native dress of
.. -\ bou.ewitet .fu-e to harbor watching' and chasing chickens, a queen colon,put which on a did not commend many itself ,, Dca'.er.: __ ( Rates.
pastime not to be neglected with
. cloned wa.hatsidy it
atationary or to the artist1 ,nd Lenbach
eye Useful Us
of TIM *
the mail opportunities the city. ,
r= -often Worm to
nect* provide
ary asked choose
her majesty to a more I a.rsr like a liar but Ole suerg"
kindness firmness
We and
soon, by
-'a-. something Viatic stands to Uk are their to be place.bought Ready by and much talking broke him of artistic dreaa. QueeuVilh lmina .,.r tb.&MMIH* nla' t..... aI .orrw .* a.......J,i
that the artist
sharply replied ,... .1110I ... H'The
disturbing our own' chicken We < q .
the wore, but a JDOet'satisfactoryon paint her a* *.h. wa, and I/enbarh. ;" A.a' Ebenese, amltb dr.pO.d to as Led
t can be utilized at born by two often took a little chick in oar i I hta hat aside.
i toanls and four, iron bracket The hand and said to him. "Pretty rising, said, Tou majesty, but can I ,I (B.'. -.d_for ata tnttkfulMM tnmI people of Dade County will want all the news
command object .
-J. but nit should be of tmootb pinewood 1 1t I I chicky, Carlo'a chicky," and allowed am a German your and own beg ieaxi it* a..adraw' 1 I I I llolti... !... Pet I* Clydet.La' a.' gunni. ..* talked! this year as it is to be an interesting one be-
.. .
him to lick it geutly. Soon it "t.0MI e..tmeealace
and cat Uw site to of the
t. make gencrou shelve necewary, The upper I I' was not only safe, but afar, to have I Till thirty l-ra m-*. I:was .lD m..r *. bit .* cause

-, one should bare in the center a cir- him in the pen with the chinks than Th Bab** In the WsN Oak. : I II
otherwise, as then no rat or mouse blown down the A>' !!>.a .M. CttM ymU tM kttrh. a"'
jot ra\&r\ opening large enough to contain Recent gales have blame mt. ttr. bvfor National State and CountyThe
.. the wanhbowL Both helve dared venture there. From the first I I I .Id oak in Wailing wood, near W.tI I I 'I'M ..in..'.. I f-aaa lbs raIa w. .-au..1 .-
should be painted with whit enamel Carlo has deemed theM marauder* ton, England, under which the two ,, Ik. *.oc! 1R I .
I load m* wit ia ArlMMI rigSIWr'
,. of death whenever and --- -
twogood coaU, and when thor- worthy Babe' in the Wood are fabled tc I i I I k. chiefs
n' OBgbly dry screwed to the brackets wherever seen and act out his conviction hare been buried by compassionate AST kli.>...' rf the rrvbor strtecta ., I

J: which are screwed to th* wall *. A* the chicks grew their I robins. Th legend has been local-I 1,I >". th wu* ..press'Ue 'tttrfm.I t at.tfc. .,..h*e.KtuN I Metropolis
1 The** shelve are placed at a comfortable umber wa reduced to twelve, and ly believed for several ?.a1veA. tstY t. .
there were transferred to the barn. I T". I oW....* .. ral., might ala Oil**
distance the ancient ball in the neighborhood I
'apart an
upper Has
i Carle Dili tb* bULTnm perfected arrangements whereby it can offer
: Every night for two
at convenient iron yean contain curiously
height ,
one a a mantelpiece .
,r the edge of the upper shelf u hung mad a detour of theperches, giving I' =..-! with representative otas 11.1_ kin. b.._t... a switch t.Twt.t .I, such attractive rates for various newspapers ..,...;

-.- curtain of some simple washable each fowl a good Ikk-they I I I' from the aatattie .U "'1L04. ; Arvin the thine- at th n.(......*. MM Ik. tlank that there shorld be no excuse for people re-
stuff that can be kept fresh and were so acquainted it did not alarm Carnue Army Ualfarm u>rt him lu I I maining in ignorance as to the happenings of
I them at all!-and if one or more of tjf. ,....... I hat. a liar. thr *r. **r- J,
clean. It be dotted swiss,
a a ...
< maY The kaiser ha issued a decree toia u. *. I T* found the.year.
r madras: or a tambour muslin, and I the number were absent be would I which is the deathknd: to the black rr ........... vhr. tt. rataM as* tS.elder' I ITkat .1

f! the drapery long enough to reach i immf'cliatellCOur the premises until I vercoat of the German officer. MNU. sae wblska.d.ad- .........,. w
"tl*-floor. 'The lower shelf provides I it wa found then give a peculiar I After the .IW.. Wltkflb i
t. 1 Ltd for the usual paraphernaliaof i bark, indicating the discovery I vercoat April only admissible.light These gray I ) .... a *>r. .lbt bttr tkra ... .... : RATE.
arc .
toilet seeds for the daily '-thl. nor would he give it up till the I I are worn a good deal already but.: ant ....1Mr sails-&MIa._. .".. 1 I

..bil.the upper contain the bowl.eves number was complete. Could bt :many officers! still prefer the black I
count? How' did he know there
t soap dish and mag.T ,I coat with its neat red collar and : The 1
should be just twelve' no more no A STARTLING TEST. Daily Metropolis
cuff Hi decide
I***?-Mary E. Holmes in Scieno majesty upon I i One Year
CUM aright w_ j the uniform of all hi* many rep- :, and
To save a life. Dr T. G. MerrtU. 011
I Brass and silver ware are often A Cat's (family of Rat*. men -not a button or inoh of gold made | $10.00-
No. Mehonpaay. Pa. a startling
neglected because to much rubbing The lion and the lamb lyingdown braid but has the kaiser. consideration tout remiltlna' la a wonderful ear .| Daily imes-Union ?
'.' tie required to clean them. Her it side by side would not be amore j and unction or disapproval I
"given a very simple and most useful ...remarkable spectacle than The uniform of the new Colonial: He writea patient was attacked| Semi-Weekly Times-Union 15.50.
with violent hemorrhaces caused by
recipe Take a cap of whiting that prevented at the residence of SchnU troop wa entirely designed! '
und fill up the cup with cold water. Miss Helen Glenhof KM henna **j him high yellow boot aud alL ulceration found Elf't'trkBiU"ra of the stonur-h.excellent I bad often foracute "j Weekly (Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-

IPoiir this mixture into a bottle aDd> pin avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. '
,. stomach and liver troublea so I Union 12.00
!M Su.s..S w. *>kss
iidd one ounce of ammonia. Shake I Here Toddles, the pet tabby is 1 -
well before uflin,. Wet a flannel! looking after the welfare and early Job Mitchell told a story recently .prescribed Uiera. The patient gained With Atlanta Journal twice a week 2.25
Tud- in the Clover club of 'from>> the first and has not had an attack I
cloth .. Philadelphia
with thin and rut the Iii. training of three baby rat i
I. which of certain humor. I. -rnnrc_ month" Electric; With Weekly Palm Beach News 12.00
and brew, afterward polishing until die gave birth to four kitten a wa a pim
,dr. short time ago, three of which were H* wa talking about the seriousness Bitters are positively) guaranteed for j
In Lee. y.aw I dro.1>f f" bothering ML'Whys : tad the next morning her master his view.' He said there mere two and Kidney trouble Try them. Onl> Old subscribers must pay all back dues before theycan

"...ern'Something M you 1 1t was surprised to find two mall rat i titters, seamstreMes, who lived i in a fiOcatalldraoiats.Tw i take advantage of these offers and cash

yea, 31 r. Baraor*. keeping company with the lone kitten little room'and earned their bread in advance must accompany all orders for

.. mly a trifle 0:court, but our 1t"1 with Toddles fondly watching by sewing. They were young and *> Has Tw N.m*.. these combinations.
.rt mad up of trifle, yon over the three. The day followingbe : pretty, but they acldora laughed. I'ierce City is probably the only 1
,Mamma and Ant Miriam have been was seen to deposit another They never wore comely clothe town in the state that ha t.. '
riving me such a lot of nice linen I young rat tenderly beside the other They did nothing but sit in a stooped name. It wa originally called If:-I, ADDRESS
lately, and I was just wondering foundlings, and the now puts a' attitude, sewing all day and a er Colonel Peirce the president of'
f bow I would hue it marked. contentedly over her strange brood< good part of the evening. One the Frisco railway. In later yean'the 'I.. '
Wbv not with YOIll'Dam.r a* though they were all kitten*.- night when she was quit worn out inhabitant forgot apparently Miami

"1""*,of coune/b-but. if I wanted j I Little Chronicle. with labor the' younger said to the bow Colonel Peirce spelled his name Metropolis.pi

i' to change it r i i"But n.... older titer: "On."dear! I with *.* and fell to calling their postofCc .
you dont want to chase it,. .7 aadersta.l Blamkler was ejected were' both dead Th cider *i Pierce City. Now the town is known I
4o TOO?" tr JwiHHk borne where a* went t. Urs mouth took on a pim smile at on the lute naps a* "Railroad Sta
rMiYt .'.... returned: "Be still and work 1't Postoffice, Pierce I,
'Oh a City
Mr. Bagmor. this i* to sob pay tion. :use >
*anr-OeTtlaad Plain Dealer. l *. u..u.. *M lame of Ml*. kard. Baavte before pleasure. Qty."--lsnaaa: City Journal 'I''
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GEO. H. MEYERS of Tits CIRCUIT COVET or -nutnrrrco
j RATES ron. rus tnjruSXS -I ... ....... aM.b Ckkaa.CoaiBBrod ,
with oar rust trad. wHk
ir t !. tb. matter .t Coni.waat1.. tt Lad ;r..,..... that with <<<'aiaa will ..*... ko>. j
-. I baa a Hmp I. the bwkl TVoCkiaoa
Electrical Contractor BMW*** BIMCTM 8a7 Bad Ik Atm ,
.dc 1
trade ia rot .... a d.illBr ... 11
ra pita. sad it ia aafr t.. any that U
Tk ,,.... .
at .f 1M Val Sulo eI will went rrark the'd..cW..f ikaiajuritj.
i --rtea: ; : The fart U that the ,...
I I 1113 I Avenue C. T. 1M. F. Horr. Rae, t....... Stags fir ar. very ,... r| Ta.... ..i.. lardy

Estimates for Mankal for th. .......... Dot .( ra afh of t... w| '..,'w..f Ills t*
Florida: OrocUn: live. oa. Tk., dwrll ia ........I. Tke/

..$ \ Uko kaeva Is EIa&Ute"T. "...,. HUT .ha.........liltl...live.. .t.rk. sad was ia Ik*

t ;Electnc Light'Viring.. Bell wiring. .w. 0.. ..... Frank Ooborm.. Saab C Obora. *- Miaiater; Deakv t -of X.. Kxrdea.Y. WI.. My .t.-
VIola 1. teoora.. D. D. Hoodrlekoo.
Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. Buaaa c. H odHck o,. Bad Mary W.-

-- -- --- - __ h _ Oabora. Eese.trt:. sad ma Oa. A POSmVE NECESSITY. -
bon!. Ea__. .(the last wiB sad ....*i -

FREDK. S. MORSE MM *f Ears A. Oabora. doecuod. udJl Having to lay apoa ear bed for 14
& Mbor KnoM .. .
th ton*** from
a severely braked .... I
lag d..ertb.d .... that .
......... found relief abs I wed. a bottle crtBallanl'
... -- s p.tlnsss tea. aw Ia lb.asuas Snow UalaMaL I eaa eb.if. ,
REAL ESTATE ...tlt....
F. cam praying Ik* eo.- filly .... .
.e-ition .t emato Mad for UM CM rero. It aa tbs beet BMd.
of Uw l-niiml *uit.a, anerttm r fat. tine for bruiae* ever Mat to ... afilcoed. -
Watch this Offlaea up slain Cor. Area C a.412 tb 81. ...*:: Comm.nrtn> u B ..<.( .Mtk It'". now beeo o a podtlT ae-
space d.lree. 3> minnto
welt M Mt fry eewlty apes Byaolt D. R. -
1M Borthnx COTMT eI t... ..u.weIt.
Miami. Dade Co. Florda. DorenrUw. T.xaa. 2k. I"
quarts of oetlaa I*. la towMhlp M *
for change of .ootk. reap ft aM. nmitlnc --.Motk $1.00. Sold by Red Crew PbanBaer.
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4tgrvf M ........ Mat aboot >. t_
M the .hor* ell'" AiUotle ..... tk-. TWO 18 BXTTXXJHAff QNZ.t .
POWERS MEAT MARKET Mlovrfac MM east* MM forty tv aW. Bere*.a "'.ter for the MrrBorou
L East Coast .It..:.tett.. tkrnc. Bunk G d.grsw I* ..!.. reader Too want to sues aioway
Railway v at tawnc a an.
pcnlM to sad
lad we knew bow .. kelp ,_. w.
Ootmal ...
at right .
Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. ot t.1M ortktn a" lx U..joa Bay Uule mere the
boundary ikto .
Sausage. Hams Poultry, etc. JncrHo.1. M f*>t> nfiiMtt tract O eI!
Schedules. toe ArEMCC !", ...uu. rUMUDA. wa Mr mark as ....,.... "y. ..... Tio>o-Uat awl Utiie aa*neoaHr Deity
L t >rtr folwvlnc add aw .
water mark to* reduonl to UM 'elto.l. at teat
bout If* -. .bastes seat i
lot .. aacrM' S Tbrce wo.tM... llaV
mJnuu M Are You I $ _
Going to Build ? sr.I diatant at debt *. I0t
.. New booBdary of tbki ancloo tract' from a* Mad UMw I S OMJOM- ............... .. .
bvlnr 4 crlb.Nl K0 t....) .!Moat Ji I ft L We peeptw'M Bead ,s berth die
If so, or it need building material of an Ie tits point eI '.e.a. _tabtIn1aN. Dally sad avaday TlaM.-l'a(.a sad
you > Jq C.t saris last .r l.... la Da o o...> aM8'ntH'' LQ tars
kind you would not fail to seeTaidaaM ,ty. rvwVa; 81s.u.: ..........., .. .... r t. -
TlMWfOW t WW ,....... W 99 4M ft* 0.. year.......... J.
..... Ikov and seek eI I..... sad any! W.trill.... y.. the ........okJy
sad an **.-.. tewrtaMd tm or bawl... Tia<*-fBi* A. McDonald &Co kiss apes add ...... b M and appear MsTBorou:

.balers tlM Cnult Courtof i UMtatw t1aIIet I SUaMatlMfer. ............... 1 .
tor UM ........ District *f Floe.Ida. Oat year .
..... S M
', at laea. .. M x...ay. Ju*S T..s
aka lH tOss aad tkor t. Iii say obaetkma Ua' ,
Lat..S.'aaIe'ap..Ca.I....Irks u. they way Is... sad to allow wkatmtofvot .price of the daily,yoou grt. two paper*
Dealers In p-OSti .
aad for Shy erans ... -
:PlMtw. llatr. Eta. tkry sad each at tttrm May hart tke rr t -
la UM property. kordakofor. daacrlatJ.aad .tar priee' W tb* .naoPO.....you f.% > -
Ofise.A. ***Dead lab*BranWilson's $
the eaI|.W.
to show saw If say they can. way *kly Tlmr..Ualo. aa4
------------ ----- -- ---- -- cud lands ....... not k. uniliiaaiit ae- dtixea sad tk* Fares and rests

t cards to law to tko m .( tko UnltStataa Grower.Seed .
; and wky avek ..-... .. M your Mtboeripuoa to... CMk
Novelty proTtdaaby law .....ld ... ko bad; ..,. la adraaee always at tke*prleea.T .
a Jury ....... set to o.aiaittna.. to aa.no a Xcrnoroua,
[ tko Ml.,_ Ff. ..
woataesI daatacoo: why a jadgmaat of * should act to oat.... ..... '
BOW ia operation mad ready to reeeire tao wdlrt' of tile suit Jury la .unvaaco I i I I'' I' I I I t I'I'I'
1 orders. of tto Statato ta suck caao .... .
,\. FOR Had proirldod' ; wky seal _!Mop earl hen
M AXTTHINO IN thor rott dln.. aa nay to ........ by
WOOl NOVELTIES. lawn suet Cass aa any ... mriaurr I. Gouty} & Homer -
J. A.: Robbins & Co. window sad door BCTOOM wind,. BabM .... r...... Sow to aroolro a pen' :
I Sal dot fraaM.. More flxtaro, ttaJrwork. fact tad r.. almplo Ut.. tkorrto should .rTr -
laride trlaaUac of all Wad act to ka4WltMM Tie Rul Estate ul Ptiul Apia ,
f tae naMnM BfohrllM W. FrtWr. -
Harness'and OarnaaeDepQ S. C'ar J. _.... of tto .upcaaM Court S
WILSON of ,lie ('s1.-... tI...... aad tile Boal */ List Y oar Property Witi TkL
j g CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. tats Court at lbs City of Jark aaIIIo.to r
MM rx.trht. on tk*u twonty o,*oatk
& Quality is remembered long after price is PLaX sea tractncartovf.AaM"hltct day of Aiwll. A. l'. :"'1MIleal' '< .A I.. pteoe of bay froat peoporty,' o.f ..i
-- ( E. O. LOCKE. with ripanaa "< K' forgotten. CIarII. . k ,ot ......beiBf no feet. bay sad' _
FJIIAH1 t ORDER FOR Pl'BLICATIOX. MO feet deep,Nit. a lot of iae .
h Quality the Bargain. beariBff tree This to a fag,
la id Cmlt Court. S.isth JadtelalCircuit. place for a winter he... _ij

t .. ,-.I2'"ia' Dad. County Florida. .
-. %'w'e1fth Stz'eet. t
avnxl ]3tzihis AnMlla Ray T* Wad. H. Ray. dlTOre 328 Trelfli Stmt Stlntr'Bki.!
I sow tars fa my employ oa. of the It appFBTlaK: by affldarlt appwdod to MIAMI FLA.
best draftanaa la the Boat, ...' a a tko bill I. tho abor utatod eases that : ,
k.tt r prepared thaw rr for toralaVla Wrte H. Ray the .r.... thirsts i-l-t-f *' I 'f I ''hFoirCUTi

HEAVY BLACKSMITHIKO.: plaaa sad duals for good bofld- Mm'4, Is aoa-roldMt of the State of "

f. B H Hors-Sho.ia All YI.d.llepairf.g.Wacoa*C.rvIag.lW.st. tat. Bae eabtaet work eta. FloridA. sad Is sow feudist of Port- \\njteJ &rrtr Ski. -'.

avers .rutac aM B.Id.rl.g !lj( aa sow headqaartan far twaed land. Orcco and Is over the af. of

All Wart Qansked. n..cJa.. work scroll aawiat sad an work soashy tw-t7_* years; It Is """, ore or. N. tatiq. r

r. dOM la a Snt dar plaaiag mOL lured that said _rwl eat dofoadaatb. Best Smict ii tk Qtj.A. .

ShOp Boo. Avenue D.I Bead .. your Orders. for doors all sad Is kerrby ....11.I,.. to appear to COLBY. > Pl' sbre 't.
window rr.... the bill of pr ,
baltaaten. bracket* cooiBlalBt lied la said mans Mt W *ha* _
its, tad .. mrtaeed. )8 or Wore ItaoadBy. ell Ilk day of

A. D. 1M4. oUwrwto tk* allsgslens -
- ---- MIAMI. PI.
Uona of said bill will .. takoa a* eoa- Clubbing

feral by Mid d* ... & [. [

SEABOARDAir McNeiil& Co. It to farther ordorW that this order '

., .. p.bllabcd>> oaco a work for low eosI -'e e Rates. .
week la tko Miami Mitropeact1Vs -

Line Railway Livery Feed and Sale Stable oils (Dally) m a.w:pBper paJab! la !You can save money by sub

suM eovaty sad But scribing for the papen.

12th --Street West of Railroad.We This Sad day of MA,. 1M4. want
you through
FOR.r. 1 E. C. Dea. orn.
hare gentle horses. broke for ladies to ride and drive. Clerk Circuit Court
Sa.anaah. Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines, I S. 0. FritU

r. Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Coed ]Comfortable Carriages; Robert R. Taylor. D.paty Clerk.

Philadelphia. New York. Metropolis.
e-. First class Teams, and Solicitor for CompUfnantHli ,

Three Elegant Trains Daily. I Reliable White Drivers. We can owe YOu- 1M- ,.

li Seaboard New Yorkji M (tea*. ,. In blow DailyTimeS'Unioo and ,;1

I Seaboard.Express SeaboardJMtil ........*>.,.*. < ..,...............-..,.......'...... The year 19tf4 will deal oat tt Daily Metropolis tot

beaker and insurance men holidays $10.00 a year or both
ia bunches, and then will be firs\
Modern Pullman THSlaaastrUl
Equipment. "FI o PI.d a Pastime bunch of two and a half dijt taeh. for six months Jfo-

na 4&r1 7t.. Y.rt u...... .. e a alb.i.d true. -,..., 14.4e7 116 P.nw.a .. RecordPuUuhiajC The hero of the cherry tree il.poasibl. re- $>oo.
.a". ............c..A.a._ ....._-t"__ .... L "": ts.wp.eMJas. ..._. *, ? for the tint\ bunch bj.,. .
J, ... ebt.er./u __..... hare his
iml.fsp.eadrW.s.aasa. Ilwea.Ltw.re I. toioa.. ..._ rut int to birthday celebrated -
....... _.._.. aaklkatlno a fall, U"y The
.4 flrrKi Ittt TlTrnaTr-a. It will W asap.,.wlnr,tMlaiataa' on Monday which gire* to
4 Only line operating daily through sleepers from .Na....a 4.1111-... C4MM by a OMV..> "._>....t taw aatf Half thote who hale half 8.
-.- --N'- -- -, Lea N.ad.i.a.n.tt.g N y- holida on tardiTf -
Jacksonville to New Orleans.For sad Md I .bald TW y..Nsefy.bra. 1..rw..Ina...... JiAp..raw I Sunday and loudlY in ad- Daily
.tfKI+t- KcoMtf c. }My <, o Man for bl.catt.s with a -..... Metropohs"j
.. ... .
II.- -b..dred ttw..ard. T. d. tkFiU .. 1M .Ml.rt.r ..tra.rd.aary I dition. Memorial dar al. come on
Ie tar a I4.iwd tia.t .. ....
c..Jaeb-'ilk. rIA.with" we _....Maak...sad bales yes .1\1.aid.wt.M N .l.daMrial... w...Rws.d....... Monday and the fourth of July 1 g
...11_. rub __ .
r +
&; L..ry; p.nw..a..My .r e""'.was .1\.al (Sfrs..v.t wt aid_."., bkewi, while Labor dar always Semi.WeekbTimesLuton
fall informal'. and sleeper reienrationv call on any agent of the tai paae.IsPld.aetw.a w1..o.s by falls on a ,Monday. Chriatma it
f wad t..adaw kmtifai
f 5 litb.rra w.
Seaboard,or write ummitm't mintmftaMet aa4 ab..4 INX.r scheduled for a Sunday this year' ,
=::"I.nI'IeMa--w.rtb N and that mean that the holiday will
A. 0. IcDOHKLL uL u. Pm. JicboBTille, Fit Wrtrtady 1 1lndusfrLalletord : be obierved on Monday. New Year'i $5.50 .1

.. Comoenyj.'- will also be ready for bosinew on a a yea.

ft s.. C.IBOYLSTON. jr.. pass. Awt. f Jadaoavi& H*. j,-- -. -- !i Sandar-bat that CottranLno M getting mt.1905.Iiartford Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly J

>,....*.<.,..., ....,....... ...pa'-t..P...., -. Times-Union both 1
Now ".,,...
--- -- -- --- year. S2OO.
I The dowager nerer! lot _,a
empreaa -
l WAITC a. GRAHAM Axes ... JACESOX. S L l>.\ Fern trt. .. U her constant bout.
.. ...* ... .. Centrally I i..tiThu 1J
oaat & -*at ., a.4 T_. The Located I She poueMed with the one

idea of obtaining revenge ob the The Pompano Inns
-__ barbarians of the west. Hence.
-- Dade County Abstract
E. A. FRS 7j PROPRIETOR. quarter that the U baring her Mant- |i Pnprfctor

Ir.raJII"'ATE8t chaos secretly enrolled and baa 30,. Pompano, Florid

f- i'ioneerRATES 000 men divided into a number of 1
StWELL BUILDING MIAMI. FLA. regiment and half regiment*-M a

$J.oo TO$1.50 PER DA l avoid the notice of ouUidtn-whore Accommodation tor .
r I gentlemen
aaaiduoiuly drilled and hare Produce
t...--atcatata aid tiaiiiiia Ab.raea.llAr..rebw.., Tit>>araa N say gas!Ie Hotel Corner Atenae B and ben armed with* the mot modern only.licit borers and '0-
street will t find that
...t..far *.la.ta.r" |'be lead btwrM.,, Dada cAL -,. they raai
t I weapon-North!. China )Keva ,i Corer more territorY in a cia,
MIAMI FLA. I IBaaa/bai.i j 1' from here than from aay Ol01r
:. point oa the line '

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L -... Y.-=. ..ok;;;.-- _. .. _.....-...'"'-"-" """,", .- '" '..:J[' .... 'd... "" ....$I.."" __ ."- ,Jit

sanaaaanaaaaaaan i i .. i a i a a

r Stop Something's Going To Drop. '"


i: : Prices At Sewell Bros. .


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Will Hit The Zero Mark .




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50 pair ladies'oxfords and I I.=7 1 pair Hanan's o.oo and ;.00 35 men's L.mL tljs.Hre! \Ve want monc\--we want

slippers were Ji, 2.50 $1 1 Shoes to jo at 3 75 1.75, to go at. $1.15| J"-

and ;.oo; to yo at. . . . . . 27 men s umbrellas, were I room. Wewant to clean out

2.50.:; to jjo at $1.85

50:; pair ladies'oxfords and 05 pair men's white canvas 22 men's umbrell.is were --all odd) lots I an d. do so f

slippers were .50.. xfords and lace shoes, rejju- .;. co. toga at. $2.65 .
85 I the
$2 by cutting price In t'0
tar but ,
.oo and ;.uo, to gu price 3.50, new goods -

are slightly soiled $ QC 1:, little boy.:'Kjilorlilt-. 50c J Andlll make it interesting

17 j hair ladies'white buck oxfords to .joit. . . . : erel.Oi>. t? ;. at .
-.llttlClctyw xatlorwitlt.
were 6.00, $3 25 .ere $J ;")." to go at. 85 C to all.by giving 15 per cent
\ to go at . . . l_tM.y. linen wash *.nt.. .
,\ were f2-;:'>.. t., r" at $1 .85 yam, s ofl on all regular 1 goods) ,
pair men's white l"an\'as. I II hoyV .:ra.h "u.t., were A
50 ,
ladies umhrcll..s.ere 1.5 tf.togoat. FOR THIS ONE DAY.
shoes and oxfords: were 2.0. 25 :: .>-
.... . .... 17 alimt..
1.50; logo) at mrnh'M gi $3.65
o. '" to at
ind5:00'.t.: . : 25; ladies' umbrellas, were 54, menV straw liat..' were OUC .
$!.'.'. $l.i5 and $!.tu. t.. :goat The alH.\e are just a fees of. the many Kir"ain* .rmil
men's Vici Hals.re.6:00togo.$3.50. 2.00. to go at. . $1.45 to men'k straws hat:were :z\\v\ u..Jltr..n.lay: : weal...' return t., each CUHt -
i 27 pair patent 2.. $2.f1 and $'. top, at $1 00 .>mcr I 15: |ier cent .... all regular jfoml+. Remember
i.; ladies'umbrellas, were 17 lnmlapti5 straw hat. ') the tlute and come early or too will\ lie ..."..rla..tinIJ| :

: : .;. .;o. to ga at . $2.65 to :Kt at . $ .50 Too L.\1'1-:. .
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..j., John Sew e lle Bro.Sho'e. and Clothing St-res.

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: ALL OVER THE HOUSE. 'as pbuical l ailments mar be ireateatutiecpfullr I WAIVES EXAMINATION'Mr SECOND PRIlAKY.C.SUfI.\TJ--\.

.a and a long life of use World's Fair Rates

"T h.r. I* WiN tommy: In Learning t.. i fnllo*, Hollowar Gives Bund for llw Appearance 84-1'1' :a the list o* those who willhave
F 0. iiMwrk Eatily.: Before Circuit l'.slrt. to ;ake the rae In the second

"1 w,sp down:' ..i..1 a .1.... mot her Sub.t.tuUt. Fr Starchy ,...... 1 1-rin.arj .m June ?th for th'n county: Via
.f a fannl to the ii<-M and mul.iti T-'HJ lutitli -txrtliy! fiMid! IP eaten inmun The famous She*(.-Holl<-aay trial I
Oorernor.'u.e .
< n, ...utJ? lou..I.I.. "I LIE. ii( lin i hou-< hold*: I'diaiiMar. |I for libel... brought In Judge Ma-'.>u'. J I F..r*> I... ourAi t The L. & N. .R. R.

,, th-. !I..a apj.roie of w hat might I frerii :II h i-\-r\ .".-..1. and they ; court Ttaunda,. In an-ordamv with o| --\-'-JI..US. UlIOUAKi'--
K- <-i,,1 Ihit, lazincor the habit of colLIIMIIJ 1 :ar- ii-iull\ uii-liitl 1 <>r r.iI.il.! .It inoil the order of the court ''I few days ago : I -
-ub-lilnlc rice. I''UIID.lId _Unit the preUmlBirjr hearing for : It .v. t'A\ 18I
| { mho a i-liair every tune oneturn r.r-t-cla, E ,. Kalefrom St. LotiU IIIkI
I > : Jacli-ontille: to return,
.. for tan or three this dale, car the Gaunesrille Sun. .xe.entah'e in t'.n.s.
.iroiimt )but I Ju lx-In-1 in i niy ar iu |IMtmtlM" j i iVo... fur oof) April
i ticket.olil ilailv..SS .
cmnf oueV Mrrnjrtli when it i i* jut tiniif II week; Hi the ten' least and Aa was to be .sp "Pd..owing to the hcgini ins tyh: X

a n "-a'to do it.Tiu | Ullr till to niiiit ..11.f three at prominence of both partlr. to the nulllarge FRANK Ct-AKK. :$! |-.. return limit Dec. 15'h. $3i.1o return limit 60 .!ay.. $17.50;

are .standing ttiel table to I limn mealfried hominy; it a de- a crowd was prevent, and his J. ... 11.,It t:>. return limit 1C: iljpot.ial \>.

Jrc sour |1wdatnps when you mightlist : heton.; .111..1 it ate for jiotator* a lieu honor. Judge Mason found It nec_ Fur 1'.ml..r National Democratic Com ; Coach E a* well kit down to it. By awlIiT ,' i In. ken -fried.. Moil the hominy to hold court In the main court ronriDP .. mil...
<\ nee) from date of 'al '. Ticket..ohl l onlon Mar ifith and l 3l-t.Corrfpoixltn .
Uicre will 1M cleaning and l I brushing ; in the nulIl l vat.. pour it into a hallow vtaln. .- -----
and scrubbing to do, when you ,: ili-h toi-nol andfrlii-e into piecehalf Owing to the fart that the lower J F.F.Jn.. BIIOWXK *; low ratefrom other limit

must riand. an in..h tlink. Flour lightly court could render no denntte _II..- X C'UO:1.1.. IIU.'S8.. The L. & N. Is THE BEST LINE to St Louis.
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.l "If there i i" fruit to prepare, repetaltleo and fn in cliii-ken fat or butter and meet In the matter, and the saint For Keeretury of II...... .
dripnn. Tim i* an excellenti .V-",ie fur -JJAMES For h"' luK'., "'eepnx tar re-er\ation or further information,
to get ready or any of the | ) : would naturally be taken np at a lateidate
lin-akfa-t. or lum-lieon dish weed' E. w-rite to
things 'ben.ne remain i
t. many | way by the grand Jury. AttorneysRivers BROOM
quiet while! doing them it u much !! with in.iple! >irup or thicken rIlYJ. and Porter for the defence made ti-rt tY citAWF'OrD J. M. FLEMING C. L STONE

better lo frit. Tlii five renoedeneryr motion to walT exanlnatloa. and after ..
s for the liarder part of thework A Pretty ............ coonlderabU argument over the : For Vole Pn for Puttnc one.Atlumcy.) Fl*. Pas. At-t,206 W. Bat St JteksonTille0.. P.AC'LniniDe..

awl while there U ..0 inut-h I If )iHtlrooni furniture i i.. old and matter the motion ruled, and )lr. Hollow I i II. r. ATKI.nolsT. S0N.

bout hoa-n-mork that U nece.i>arilvtaling.it .bnlI" a deter woman can make'it ,' ay wan placed wnder a bund of l>. :,| R. TATU'R
.. seen> to me a \ory ..i-e look (...-h mid attractive with. a for his appearance at the next terra of .
Tai Onllerlor.Vot /
thing to do tl. II. tout of enamel Nothing i< prettier t!the circuit court. I I ( for one) SEABOARDAir
**1 do Dot know why! economy insln for the sleeping apartment than .
1 Many who were present thought t \
-nXth if not just important a. while, and a dainty room tail .benikde Hollow nhoold nuke an effort then I I I.
.economy in anything fOl.!.... Certainly by liming: all tlje furniture.I ay RUM I-EMON .,
and there to clear himself of the Line
tinaKlitjr to make the 'be t or I woodwork, picture' frame and boxenwihi :i,, For rVMinlv Awmur of 111*.. Railway
''chargesbut others deemed It adrlrabl (Tot* fur ofxj
-aU our powers is north a little | <-d with' white enamel.; then
for political reasons that the matter I .
cushions with I c :x> o. HITLER
stwlyt"I'anpk coteroiir a prettytittle FOR
for the andthotiKht !
be hushed present
.,110 are well and strong m-ebud! spotted| muslin with op !i C._U XIMANIES.For .

often weiu to enjoy a ret lies exhibition : rurtainbedspread and dresser Mr. H0I1o..Iou 111"1'I Clerk insult Conn Savannah Columbia, Camden. Southern Pines.
bent way I. which to do It (Vote fur one)
of their physical ability, oxerof the i-aiiie. You will find
but with the*? a time almost alas thiil with 't'rliltle trouble! and E. C. KAP.BORX. Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore
YELLOW FEVER IN MEXICO ,, ---- Philadelphia. New York.
tomes: when the henry strain in.ill eiMM- you van. make a fairyboner J. 8. FREDERICK
.f wasted energy begins 'to tell on that any' one might envy 'ou. Mexico City May Jl.-The Superior I .
For ISberif.v
Board of Health baa a report of a aims I Ipeeled Three Elegant Trains Daily.
the constitution: 1 then it in too late ( for on*)

to prevent the d tm.;."'." ....--' I.... ease .< yellow fever at Oadad | -- J. a: .'BRA.V Seaboard New Yorkji M ited. ;.a.\ ..

Boil four ergs twenty minute. vanes State of San Louis Pot
A Tack U Tim. then put them into cold water for house In which the cane occurred ban .

The K'OnOlllk'&Iul' of a stitch in fate minuto. Make a white saute been born.... Another can of yellow UISSOLUTIOX OF PAHTXERSHIP. Modern Pullman

time j in equaled b\ that of the tack ,, with two level teaspoonfuls of flour fever has been reported from Tehnantepee i Notice la hereby given that the partnemhlp Equipment.

teplatrd proni "h'. .aan ex- i: and butter, adding gradually our matin the fifth one DoC.... A j lately existing between Walter The *- bu rl N.. York U'i.M t. a TMtibaM "' _.. '...1. ".' ., hRa
and half ) of milk. Put soldier of the Seventeenth Infantry at | "").iM e M-.1''.'... on..enm'it.4n..,lti-r.... JZTZlZ :! 'g. :> ..
elianpr. .\ ..( da.ldom a cupful ou .. .. .. ... .. .. *
't'J'injr M Newman and U I. McNeil of X.; ... .1.. .. .- vl. t. '\ V ck.n. W4JSt TkS.s.ervatM.oe !iS35? J
roes by thatthe edge of ohm carjio: ', the lire maid Mir until it boiU: then Vera Crax was taken down with yellow Miami. Kla.. under the firm name ofMcNeil tad J..kwillw tMp..s.411I1,.- o...._wi Uto trs1s l.kM>.,,aye--JrrCt utSJjOaly

u ant found loo-e or a shade tracked add one-fourth leai| ..oiiful of call fever. He was .....lImat..... k Co. box thin day been dl.-

from iu roller. It u tome work and a little pepper. Toa>t slices of --- united. by mutii&J consent All debt line operating daily through sleepers from
to the hammer sal tack and t! bread and butter them. After re NOMINATIONWabla .
to New Orleans.
.....Inll: to she said i rfner hlp are to .
make regain, bat it pays.After moving the shells from the egg cat lon. May 1.-HalTJ' Still-
I. McNeil
said I.
to.'f'f'4IIvt'd by the
ears of .hounekeeping extterknoe ,I them iroMWtre.. taking out theyolk\ ,. well Edward of >>-. Ga, the wellknown aaid .
the I.
I demand
and all on purtnerhlp
white in and mix
one conclude that the rings author and writer, ban been selected :
them. with the ._. Pour thU are to be prevented to him for ...,
full ;information
housekeeper need tier own hammer aa r>pre-nt.trre of the South I r deeper" reservations call on any agent of the
bout as much a* tier own tooth- j over the toast aud rub the yolks make of the four apwchew aerontlinc I pay-L. Seaboard, or write
to oat
this the lath day of May.
linuh. A few cents will buy three through strainer miter all. the nomination of President Dated

kind* of t*(.k, -the common carport Roosevelt at the Chicago eonventl D. 1X>4. A. o. MCDONNELL & 6ti. Pass. .&t. rzctsouTjlle fit
L L )lcNI'lr.W. ,
L.atttw I"ecta.
tack double pointed or utraw' m.t- ;
ting tacks,anil rerr small one for Much prominence u given lealhei M. Newman.Every S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Agt.

curtain effects among the fashionable wall Then are many yoanc people .. 4f

Keep the outfit in a little box coverings for hall, dining rooD Miami and Dads county Iateraata4 .. I j I i auhacrlber to the Dally Mtropolla > -- --

Straw matting must btt repaired at and libraries. A great deal of care. leerala book-fceeptac art rtaaafrapay. cu aid tone deserving- Mmaa HEAVY BLAfKSMITl1INQ.

the'first sign< of decay, or it will jro I however, should he observed in their sad Ute Metropolis) ,nopn af '. sad woman 1st aacmrlaf a fcnalisa i:: U-lShof.'i'l:. *a.on Camare Works

to rain ql 4-kll' The stove zinc, if iL e, at tLey need Urge spacious make It ..-fbIe for tM oT thus ta i I edocatioB by ulac the allots to wbfcb B Haven All K.ad.Brailar. Bepairlna an4 .
nailed down I apartuenti and furniture in keepingto HoMcriaf
ragged edge are at u" a ehane wttkert U* Mat ttrfnide a they are entitled o. pajiaeBt of aaba.ytptlpaL AU W
rar Gwaraaseed

acne, will last for a ton; time aflrr make them either consistent or dollar ror fall daUQa tt Ik* Read oar offer esi atstk FlI9toCIua.

it Tala begins in to wear.tune boiueboUl M well '.1ft'-t. \e. piau at. tke sixth page c( this ya,w 1PecA ShOp 800. A.venu.e D.

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