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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 23, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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i, NO. wo.: tf.sr.va.v MIAMI FLORIDA MONDAY, MAY 2a. 1904. I szxz- Price 5 cents

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WORLEY MOROS MASSACRE( EAST COAST DISTRICT ROYAL PALM HOTEL ''DAINY ISSAFE



MEN. WOMEN AND TO ADD (CAFE AND


LOST CASE CHILDREN.Manila. METHODIST CONFERENCE GRILL ROOM. YET


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Mai -'.: A report bas been Will Convene in This City To-morrow Night and Con- Workmen are engaged In excavating i

Supreme Court Quashes Appeal r..1\.1 l brrfrom lamp Overton. hotel under and the ball room of the Royal Palm ; Japanese Have Not Yet Ati
making for the
'I Inland of Mindanao dated May lS. mom coo- I
of Mary Worley. that a inaiHaxre took place on the 12tb tinue Through the Week. ruction of a grill: room and cafe i tacked the City.

which will prove a great conrenlenceto
near Malaburg. on the noutbea iti>rncuaot
of Mindanao {' the patrons of this popular !we- ,

1 Fifty Filipino, men. women' and children District Extends from Palatka to Key West .and all Ministers and telry.The. I _
new room will be gi) by 4e feet
military
f of the
families <> rmluvpe -

17 LOTS ARE INVOLVED,: government\ at midnight at Malnbur:by I:>atto. werenurpriicHi Alls Many Lay Members Will Be Present....Rev. Henry Hice and be ten nicely feet high and uniquely In the ceiling.furnished Itwill 'I THOUGH DAILY EXPECTED


'' and a band of Moron from the Rio of Palm Beach, Wit) preach Opening Sermon... and will be reached by stairs from the

Grande valley. and slaughtered.The hall room.

>-hl... and his followers emapedbefore Rev. F. Pasco President of the Conference, Heretofore this hotel has had nothing '

Messrs. Patterson & Erwin Wn Case ( the alarm wan given. ., of the kind and patrons not appearing Say Russians Who Arrbed
Will Preside....The Program. '',. at -Moo
j during the regular: meal hours
for H. E. Tuttle as Receiver-1: I
SOU A -Me.er..Caoley were not served. Now they ran come i:| fo-Jjy 40.000.Slrofhi-J.rM Ketersrd -

Brief History of the Case. "bleb'; Honor r.-|>
block !/t! belonging to J H Day to a The district conference 6f the East :1. a missionary Institute will be glv- nerved In the cafe at small cant at at Unchoa May l5-Bs-

Has Been Pending in the Courts j whose IK withheld for the Cu.Hi.lrkt Methodls any hour of the day or night First
party name | Episcopal en to theomen' Missionary Society sides Defeated in Two Skirmishes ,
1'clans cooks! will aI..ayafI on hand |
prevent Church South. will meet here tumorIn.. M Wlghiman.. of Charlotte.row .
four YearsPropertyHas
for Nearly and the service perfect In every detail. -General Karoki Captures Three
work In night: .at 7.3" o'clock at the Meth- ',. N. C.. president of the Woman's Board _
John D. Stramburg began '
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Appreciated, and Is Worth the Louisville" poRtofflce In 1M*. and is ''odict,! church in thin city In regular .of Foreign )l1""lona. will be prevent at COOlJlrIOD of the waist may be. fine Horses and Presets Them

Now Probably 50000. : the oldest postal employee In the United annual _100. the conference, also I Rev J. B. \fj." harmful hot If the right young man : to the ..
Emperor.
I States He never ha been pro The conference wll. be opened by editor of the Florida Christian Advo- attempt It most girls are willing to : )

moted. take chances.IPLANT .
-- Rev. Henry Hice, of West Palm Bea<<
1 - who will preach the first sermon. Rev the Florida Seminary at Sutherland -

The question of title to several vaiaaUe : TOO MANY NEGROES 11 Fred'k Pasco presiding elder will be > Rev. H. E. Partridge, of the Confer: ENDS HIS LIFE I!, Ceefoo. Hay 23.-Forty thousand y I
deflHely
dry loU la Mlam? *aa been n ; I
settled by the Supreme Court I president of the conference. | eur. Missionary Society, and other r. Russians who left Dalay yesterday t t '1

which has quashed the appeal of Ceo I| The East Coast dlBtnct of the con- prominent ministers from throughout t (Sunday) reached here today. Up to .'. .

; ference extend tram Palatka to Key the district the date of their departure they report '.
A. Worley and Mary K. Wortey.Tha ..
Inter' f ':'West and a large attendance of mlnTbe' conference will adjourn tu bus Dalny had not been attacked by U*

.stia; one-history While of this Mr.case Worley Is a*wad attorney .. I b Chicago.! Declares Chancellor Stin. i I inters and lay delegates ts expected. IneM session Sa'rday night but spec-. {The Macon Banker Who failed Shot ,'' Japanese and by their account "

for the Tuttle state he canned 1 The conference will extend dally lal services will be held Sunday, I the Japs met a reverse at Klnchou oa ew.. 'j ..
son. Colored Methodist. from TueDt\a\ May 14 to 8aturda 29- Himself Saturday. !|i May 15. InThey '
to V deeded certain lots to his wlfwh .''I ) > May :r
cihl bf'.e1dmaaJ< anene vessel was damaged at the time .r
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to have taken on accent -
-* he claimed I
i Program, the battleship Hatsjse was destroyed e -.
of pan of his attorney's fee* i I !
iota follows.Lot Tbr) Hd>r Bars Street Cars Holrb.\ etc..' + life WIIS sired for $800.000. tt kr The citizens are expecting an attack a :
Theae are wnUtl as : ; WKDNE.DAT. MAT -FORENOON.. ..
I upon Dalny dally by the
Japanese ana
4. block ht. north. That Nave hulled Things Upside ; Religious service. Address of iwlcome and respotute Wl Be Used) to ParHhCreditors. ; are leaving there In junks and other .)f'.
Lota 1 and X block S3, DW' L Organization and reports oa thest Aial condition of tile churches

LoU 14 and 11. block 112. north. I Do". 1ft San. I Preaching: 11 a. m. r rI irafU.: ''% .

LoU 11, 1: ocd 13, block 117. aorth. I -i, I IX TWO 8KIRMI8HBIJ :f
LoU 14 and IK, Mo-k 138. north. I AFTERNOON. i .r.

LoU It and 12, bk>Ji 139.: north. .;. r..t.(1I..lan.. and Capture I...
Lou 1* and i*. block c:. north. Chlcaro May 21 There are too Reports on finances ;Macon Ua. May 21.-R.: H Plant, and Hone t"j
I luring the day paueir will be read on tinlollowmi; .u ;eras: i
Lou 1. S, and ZOo Mock C2, north. many negroes in Chicago according president of the First National Bank,. Tokio. May ::Japanese landing at
"Wicn Is Church In U. nd l'onditiun"-Rev.:
a a Spiritual E A.
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Thi deed bean date of April 10. to Chancellor SUnnon of Morris Brown Harrison. and owner the I. C. Plant's dons I' Takushan report they have been ea'J. .

MOO. and purports to have bees signed addressed the I ll-ink of this city, bola racently place I raged: in two srout.ng skirmishes dur- "". ;
College Atlanta, who I Spiritual Condition ..f the Church of Today an (mnpared'ith the -
by E. U White commissioner to n the fcsnclu of a receiver committed | leg: which ten Russians were killed.In J
institute of the African Methodist Pant"-Rev. C. A. Fulwood. etc"Is
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Consideration. sulclile the bat k porch of hU heantiful j
Mary K. Worley. the first two Ruwlans were caJKur- g
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a District or a Charge Neceaaanly: Derelict If the'A""""wKmnt
Church in session here to- .
'AWj'H IJIIO. I Episcopal I : home: in College' street about 3Vclixk ed aod In the other General tI
KJroklreport
Are Not Met In Fau--n..y. T. W. Tomkie. D II
easra Patterson *: Enrln. for H. day. Saturday.He the capture, of an ofCcer aVid a
How to Interest the People In the Conference Co1\.Uou.-lte"
K. Tattle. on December 4. 1901. Bled a "There", thirty-five thousand negro hail l I..D II! fur about two soldier making reconftnitance... in the ,
Samuel Scott.
bill of complaint praying that the deed I men and women In Chicago who months and the rotlaptfe of his Onani rear of Kuroki'n armyThree .
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IYe 4hlng at :'' pn.
be cancelled and that Mr. and Mrs. ought to be started South at once" pal mutitntiouK. the o-dc.t in be city splendid boroeo were captured'at
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Woriey be restrained from conveying declared Chancellor 8UII_. "Fifteen i, \ tame In the meantime. Ho hat told the battle ivf Ih.'alu river by Genleisl -
THfKSDAY. MAY :1>- hVKENOON.RellKious .
E. U White who his nurse that h.. wh-hed. to He .Jo..... ,
any of said lands year ago we could get all the moneyseeded i Kurnkl tad prewntod 1 to the ecvperor -

was commissioner for the estate of for the education of the Southern I wrvheReports and twenty miuutec htor be aid liewaated reached here today Two of the

Jalia Tattle testified that during hUrammtsMonenblp negro but when green, unsubstantial. on Sunday whools and Epworth Leagues.Preaching to be astute, to the bath'ri 'animals are Russian bred! and the other -

"he did not remember Ignorant herds came yelpingto at ll.'M a. m. im. This: bhe did ar.d waited 11ft...... : Is of Arabian stork It Is reported

having executed and deed. to eith- Chicago where they had free bars I I AFTERNOON.' minute on the isit ldc. She tae, jibe Japanese are exerr|..lng great

er Mary K. Worley or Geo. A. Worley street cars, hotels and other places Reports continued. board :a pmtcl .;...t. She rtii-lie.| In. care with fond and treatment of Russian
lot loU la the city ofblami Preaching at 7.3" p m. '. oJ' -- not vHIMe The bath ,
and
covering any or j where they can go as they please < prisoners at MatwijaniaI Yg:
U either the said Mary FRIDAY. MAY 27FORENOON.MISSIONARY mom had tau one opening -
: that talk as they please, things have been ? on ------ 4>
K. Woriey or G. A. Wortey have la t turned upside down. INSTITUTE. the porch. There sh' f.nn toe capItallBt j I PORT AHTHI'R ATTACKED. f

their possession a deed or deeds covMfrag I "The Southern negro Is unable to Religious services.Rtports ., with a :t-ciltber plxtol In hUiiaml. St. PetenilMinf. May 23. According i

any property whatsoever of the meet the conditions here. The beet >! -to embrace methods In taking Missionary collection", and speeehl"! **. The drain was pr: etinally to reports reaching Russian headquar- ft

"ettata of Julia D. Tuttle and signed ,| class of negroes star la the South. I <: Information concerning missions to be furmed In the District laHta Uneon,. The bullet ten at IJao Yang from Chinese sour... *
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by Mat M eommUfcloner. that the said would urge the practical education of Missionary sermon at 11 a. m.-Rev. A. I. Woodward. passed through .he right t.-mph'. and the Japanese have made a land attack *

- deed or deeds wen obtained fraudulently I!, their hearta.. minds and heads. de- AFTERNOON. came nut r>t the left and flattered itself on Port Arthur nd Keen reun1.ed with k f,

from your arrant i! clare the speaker la conclusionfor (I .. upon the wail. Th- coroner was J heavy Ions, but the truth of the rPl....* e
eertlfled that E. Papers as follows: !. at mimmopod. and the Is questioned here.
.. Judge A. B. Hejr er there are too many poor minister and one upon testimony # ,
t! | "\\,..Works Should Receive Missionary Appruprlatlone'-Rev. __ f -
never reported of the wt-1 of
nnne phynlciana
L White as cflBUBbwoaer 1((|others begging throughout the South. a
to him the Bate of any loU in Make daughter good cooks and J. K. Mlckler. ; nerds of deith by his own band THE COTTON MARKET
I your -How Remove Objections to Foreign Ml Iun.Y'-Rev. W. F. New \'orll.1.; .,. :::.-Future* oned ,
K. Worley :
rendered. I I
the dty of Miami to Mary sons good carpenter' sad me- tas
(I your
Shoemaker. I;| easy. May. 12.<0: June. July-: :
or G. A. Worley. nor has any suchsale ,1' chanlca." .c' :; Mr Plant leaven a wtiinw and nine I .
"'eI'.IIMa, confirmed by me (Heyaer -. I Needs of the East Coast District-Presiding Elder. w : j jReport children. ',' August 1237.: September. 11.2C; o..to'bf'r. :
Missions. 10 S::. November o and Dor-ember,
of Committee on 4, ;
); That White never reported any Wallace E. McCraw. president of ;
sate to aitherJCary K. Woriey or Geo. The Hon. C. )f. Brown, the Ocala 7:30 p. m.-Addresei as follows: M."Caw Mancfacturlng Company th.l I i' 10.73; January 10.78. .

A. Wortey-and that lee McBride as j jMYel' candidate for Governor Is one of the : By Rev. H. E. Partridge, Conference Missionary Secretary.By M. Felton Hatcher, a prominent at- { Messrs. Kaufman and Patt"n<.,
Mrs. M. Wlghtman.. President of the Woman's Foreign Missionary ,
sale
reported any ] lorney. are sima-la-law The maiden
mlalatrator 1I. I most magnanimous gentlemen la Flor prominent gentlemen of Tenneneee.were .
partite aor has the Society. name of Mrs. Plant was R....
of these
lather j jadBlatotrator )
ida. It did not take him bat a few la the city yesterday' and entertained
U any of his annual j By Mrs. T. Griffith. Corresponding Secretary of the Woman s Conference The Plant inMitathms are the oldest. j!
| I by J. H. Tatnm. These gentlemen -
.reports .. such admiaistrator charged minute*. to thoroughly analyze the Home Missionary Society. In the city. They were cloned\ l sat i are much Impressed with Miami

himself with hanD received the mm : Broward flim-flam political bosh and SATURDAY, MAY !*. Monday. Tb, rocritrr of the prrvau j
Ii and will doubtlemly Invest here. :Mr.
of 10.000 from Mary K. Worley or O. now he Is out In the open advising MORNING. j i Institution has reported a deficit of j
Kaufman Is general manager of the
A.:'W'orIf'J.- his friend to support Bob Davis for {, 'over $ U.IMI. The National o bank examine j
Religious service. Onpperhllt Copper Co. CopperhllUTenn
ronrt bussed a retraining . The. Buslnecs ataslon. and Mr. Patterson fat superintendent
Sling of the bill and of Mr. Brown cannot be questioned the First National Bank's apiairs.Mr. ,
... the
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". Reports oa Church Periodicals and Education. of another concern of the .
detlle. .o.eoaf-: '' ta..... OR and his Influence IB behalf of Mr. Daj j Plant la alditkm to being Identified
a pr Preaching 11 a. ... same nature at Dncktowa. that ....t .
H. P. via will give that gentleman the viettiry ;,
rxjember I. lto!. apedal master with various manufacturing enterprises J
They left for their homes this moraine
Atkinson Bled his r..,.ort aid oa the with bands down.-Tampa Tribune AFTERXOON. and formerly! largely engagedwith '
but will return here again la the fait
tth of December. ltn a *ecre was Reports Continued. the :New York Life Insurance Co.. I -

entered eaaoriltal the dee or White Papers 1'M4.. follows: was known throughout the trotting F. W Hahn the well known contractor -

to Wortey' sod ordering defendant Florida Gentlemen: Is consolidation of our Church pt'I'I04lca1.1..lnblf'n. H. S. .world ad hla hones for years have and builder, expects to go to

to deliver a. tile deed to be destroyed. "The Supreme Court has tams da.-I Miller.The raced la the grand circuit He owned Palm Beach tomorrow on business.

Mr. Wortey stored ta.vacate th. Bna. ,granted the motion of counsel for apiwllee Florida Seminary and our duty to It-Rev. J. B..... Grattaa Boy Dolce Cor Miss \\'1111mont He Is figuring on several Important

decree sad oa May' %J. 1>< tills mottoa : to quash the appeal la the case Business _l01I. Reports of Cor>ltteea, etc; and other well-known hornex. contracts just now and hopes to have fconsiderable

was oeatod. On the 19t1a of 8epifcnher. {of Mary K Worley et al. v*. Henry E. j 7:30 p. m.-Addresses by Rev. 8 W Waiker, n>aident of the Flor- George H. Plant y -p"loIent" of building operations ..- J

1MX Mr. Wortey appealed top I Tattle a* receiver etc. No opinion I It lila Seminary, tied n.... J. & Icy editor of the Florida Christina Advocate. the First National Bank la a brother.Mr der way very shortly.

,C S.ptem Court Oa U. 12th of vtf Plant had an Insurance of ova

April W04. the eoart denied Tattta's !' "Very truly your SUNDAY MAT 2 tot $LMio.mm. of which about $SOO.o.* was I' Mr. J. A. Gottfried has returned

nodes to dlantoa (CM aiotioa beingmade -a B. WILSON. for the 1If'8l his creditors. Let from Key Larpn. where he has a large
:. a. aw-Love Feast.
oa the ground that tile appeal ten written within the but two or pineapple plantation sad reports the
"Clerk BaprtBM CoarMr. \." U a ..Preachlac. followed by itacraBNmt of Ole Lord's S Pot taken In tine). Tittle-a at- '1 three days Indicated that he despairedof same la fine, condition since the copious
was Worley to suing the Tattto a- I:. p. m.Caloa meeting of Sunday Schoola sad Yoaac People
toraeya thea moved to quash the appeal being able to leave his bed la time rains. He Is BOW planting out a
notion has j''tate for $25,000 additional attorneys* Societies. his fortaaea. He had citrus his
aa frlvotooa. wwca to repair expressed large IJ'UY011 property
Addresses to".dloola.-Bera. J. B'IAF'" W. A. Myrw.
which to ;
This case BOW peD41a
Q. follow',, i frea. entire approval" of the there.
Dan granted aa per 'will probably close ap the affair o: I t tMM To Tong PwaOel SocieOew.-lUva. H. ... J. and T. M. White I
letter just received: I j I nest of expert aecoaataaU by
'u.iI. I saute aa far a* Mr. Wortey' COB- 1:. p. *.-rraackUc.Ta .pIoy-1
y.TaUaaaa.FUx: May !'ceiver oral arraagea>... A lamp of near repnsema about asmach

$eaas, Patterson :*: *rwta. .]plot., section with H con. J ia..II above procraa is subject IC Mp"I I l:mot yet been. ...... nutriment as aa cents of potato ...

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eiCKESAL DIRECTORY Aberoetb. J. C King h VLuamui CONDENSED STORIES.
A BLUNT YOUNG PRINCE. USEFUL MEASURING DEVICE.
Asbbr R J. E. o
n&TE ePIWEBL A G4 Oft f ., -
by the Pmidvnt thJk .
Alki, H F. La alle. \ L.L When Geert. A*. Had to Pay. 'W to
...._ w. 10 J.odlsa.rs.alary K
t. .-$....lr DC. Mate AtonwOlraoai.Inmtmnt H.Crawford.. Kruan \\ MHiiKh Mi lTr.Duo.C id. D A. ''rilll'" I'jiil.on oft ( .\--t --.r Ibrneill.. i* |irr-ui..nt o(f nov .." lln market in l.l .mlnn. It see His Own Mar.
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K IBurdme. j
t *. \. kkuO.iMnrT4 110" new kind of > tl..- n- | mad Georgede; ) author of The
H-nin. i- i ,ihi ill*! rut liram h ( llirJukr :\1..I. .on. 01 a rut j I'niah..1 rtar
..iiml J. H W kltSrUfmiMmam M. Mavnard. W v.. "I I "
ot robllc lutradloB 'X. fint t -rrth! '.. of (hi- father..Hirt.. of .iliiniiniiiin. the di..incof earl, ( 01l01 Chairman companied by..
t .. ByioKtoo. E. T. Mrrritt. Z T. ors union and i I. iiit it I. t to taki-\ a'lantxie young anxiou her
a woman to ace
.-n..1., .4 .....k..lto.-.I. Itcl.n Tneinhuman rouji ,'tat \lit. whuh, J>oint (rots; ii. m-i;II".r I.. in;: exuitl -
w.r..orr : G \ of urn <> niiniH' In encort's
Mul> > err-
Brady.E L. r. ,p-( Treasurer Birch-' "
pUanked
_,_ '" ., raI-" C B. Posenrats the fate of the former kmand h. oral I'h' h. At. the tenter ol .
m titan*** lalrraal 1.prs.e.ea, Bailey. B. M .\lexri 1 '. n : ate t Uuli.jv. tin, \\ 4luii.nonTime at the ticket window of Wallack't if
I rM-n b*,rrar. t noitmtiller.. TmwunAiarrf <|ii-tti wa- tcalel| i- t-p..14111| mi thetar i U a luo-u. Thumb pituer ,
bnwral an.* eua.fl.adorer at A.rt: Budge H. C. Morse Fred 3 .1.j..1) ] of lis inrio-i\. and' lie lijoitvn *. .\- ihairiiun <>f the ev.\- which ih.. Ul "in the lingrr; hileIIIl" be had a spare box.

I .....rri ,* .< Muratiu* The U......._. tern Brouler. O. DBurdlne. Moor T. Y.I emlmrni-' King !l',"ir l 11\ board wliiili I hell 1 j pr>ili>niil, ,...-- rt.ir i< rolled along; point \hy -Sorry. )Ir.dt'." replied UuJ

|. .+.7.1 Sp.ltateadrnl Mor AUuciMOcatl d ps IIe ,sMruell.*!. Treasurer a.L..rd *mi I J. 11Barkns MrDonaM. H hi- qiii-tioti- nn the -ulijii/ I I-IuntU plot jilts/ oilier, dad, h.* ,- mi iixil i>f hint oxr the >urfa..e to I III' mentnrt treasurerbut they are all aoM."

...... 1."&_ TM ..evslnata.r..ary : F. W MrKInnon. G. A "Well then a couple of eaU
DC "' ''''r d.inn;: a niption. at ilie f palace the follow lug; : .I. I:_uli (print leater a .Iigiitilfiil.
W Matit. Tttwuror.k. Atwrner .1 "
i.M rtoMr ft ArmH"'" aad aa.er m Blackman. E. P..lwn.l E.t'loiD I... alnii>-t brought: In-, jisirentto Ti), proprietor ,in a.rd..1M 1'.1.111 IsMrr.wa.L..pJ W. H. Perk. R. J. Mid .\lr.\tle.I
t,i rai liMiVr. -n.. .-..-. aren4art ChalUe. the 1 joint of! di -|uir. \iuoni:_ tinu a saloon ere lie fore II Inl, .....r.1 l to from. I he |>reniiione.. }\.\ tlu "
.. AOUIKI-ururral And. ,',-.I..- Cohen. I. Prout. W. W tin-re the .I..C. uide. rf.ue be "Tlie fact 1,., aid in-h.. "we have
:/ <-t- wa- rt ': "Lo.' wli\ ii) lit .. > 'rf the ni"'ji any < ian mea M ivi- < iiM
fcrieviutiv JC.o Cheatbam. J. H. Patterson S. L (i'olol Ml-tlih.. \\'|h,' In- I with ..nler lile( only a i>mzleat left. Maybe you
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-s 'e CkrmM -K ..r.IU.l1 ml.ItT II'IM E'C Conrad. J. A. Parrlfh. Allan R. to the !llilli- |.ni>n. llir lad riot line r<-adilfollowed or an- ordman can get: ome from a 'peruUtor.The .
Crmiand.. J. G. Rbodea. R W. ; .i- j Is'runtime li-orili'rl\. author hurried to the walk
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j 1'"Cu. ..1 I lo lioM 1 ""n ln-hariil. / and 1 tick tunnel into a yard mea.ure bt
f T.rk.r.t.a.4JuHrs | Qark. P. C. Rose. C. J I ,'ond 11f'1. and found a ticket!; \nnltr.Cimme ;
I' ILL.h-. : <:ml. >-i vou'are llir one eti.! iiuirdere imph: |I...>"iiig lieinch shiecl01er '

t.mm..rstk.nswaay.llb.M H. MUTJ A..arIaetulles.*Mat .IBcl>.. | Drake Gaston Reilljr.! J. B.Douglas .| Km;! .\I.\.II"I..I' -" Mi-t, "-'i' Tin- ["r"l.n.lnr.to] j- rlil....1 on the it. A mewhat Minilar deiccha ; 1"0." said Mr. .\df'drop- -i

J Mi .Would to.4dteree E. B. Rush. Dr. W. B stand. but in ru 1th loe...r\. itie-tioii pint; into fable Ung.;
P'. i.r Mi Cowl ** turned guile and I iriiil to h..nt' the : | Ion:: hvtn in n-e l I" draftsmen)
s ;.4..r eta. Dora J. K. Rumph. Edw. .1 l !lees lie anl "Nothin doin'." was the ,.
subj.'t-t. but I'riiMiI'.ril! /llInl1..1 l amere in whi-pvr in nut bauical drawing and mapmaking. refl

tI. a. IOIN&TUItIt. Erwla. W. W. Raalertoa. C. II ('.Imh': -t'h.! I !>n.... it .ill ri.-ln.:: It ''ht' mart un"hl..o talk louder. I'on- "1fe an the old woman ia goin te

,..Ja.M* r. TklUafarra,I""k.tI1. Enlo*. Dr. O.Friaaetl. Ram ph. C.o. .. .* not a teri heron- df/ : \ nequentU the lurU-cM.T ..- called. __ ______ tee the ..show an' )',. only got a pair

tram Mrattrw K. Mallunr.f rra..co a- O. C. Safford. U B | /101..41"1. Bin*. left. I've been promwin* her all
!but lie. too. waiilTennj from !,.*.. '
a. co><:"H Mi: iI napagan R. 8.Pradenck. Sewell. E. G. Where H. H.tch.d His H...... .\rl i-t" oflrii Mgli for the secret winter an he came at me hard thia
of .
I ?. war w (_W...1M UK Cut CuaM J. & daxelbf. J. G. I .\ farmer who 4mv> inn lol.i.j voi e. lie c.0111.1! l not articulate of the rich, I; :: color utt.1 Lithe mornin. I don't dat ell 'em.*

;; ..-...-.11.01.i4 Ilktrid-IWD.W. heels rwiatka.H. Hi .,.,... a Frmai J. a ulxner. C F. j Kan., sonic time a,'" foiiml I all of | abote a. .-hi"'r., am lent".J..tin Kren4 chemist | Mr. Ade expostulated; offered any
; .\-... t-or |tarncile,'! topp.-d the but it Jut then
..>. OtfUck. A. P.Gtrtmaa. Smith. Julius I'the IUIC'hi,1t' 1'11.1.< in ,nun full M> haIMCII .11.1 ; the famous Alexandrian price wa no UM.

BAIUtOAU(X'M M IiMIUlTBaa. James Ston man. F. B. he tied hit horsy to an i-mjit\ bof proceed mjf* and. turning; lo the (po- blue .. fraginent't/ of' the .J't't'1Ilator' wife appeared tad

f Uo oipb. C i> R Sulier. A. E.Cautler. eaT standing on a .hl.! .( r.n-l in an i lie-cnian h.. tot bare a* a witne**. a nuKaic. from Pompeii, a"llte- find* the author smiled ia hi. moat wining -

.JoI"... -a.-. !. UkU, .Cry Kiw Wad... Ckalrataa.L. T. N. Shaoahan M.Sewcll. ailefew minutes lad-r a -. itch said] "Ufti'r.hill n the charge;: thai the pigment ..- composed of manner. Finally the in tnict-

.L.L.Co 0.Martu.Jaai.ar.C... 11"" _. 'lrL 0,.... 8.Oartajcld JobnSejrmoar. engine coupled on to the mar amistarted :' against these I..r..n.o"; hand and tarlmiiateof balk nilhjcct- ed her husband to take 110 for thei

....._ aM DC Buad *. C. H. R. H. up the alleThe. hitch! Permitting; di-orderlr conduit, ed' to a very high tein|>eratiire and i pair. Mr. Ade paid it joyfully ad

':. GrafflllD. J. C. J. P. mixed with He ha* exactly MW her tuck $<5 in her pocket. The
Bawtella. strap in thi in-tam-e :i a ro'|oc, sir, wa* the rrph. copper./ :,
\- I.a.COMMUHIOHa.B. Gallatt. F. Shaw H. B.Outler and it was tied arouml flue aniuial 'I j'I **1 think you have made a grave reproduced.. tint bv thin mixture.Alexandrian rent the gave to the peculator.

.. L "'U,. MlaaiL R. B. Tarlor. R. R. neck. The hor-e did fairh sell until .' mi-take," retorted l the a -r. Uiie i* the must "fixed"< "'G_ I can stand it another day .....

'UATUa m. Dnrrt1Cf. OrlOn*. A. M.Obtmaa Tarmac. J. LTatum. he encountered a telrplii-ne. rol..1The "The charge should hate been operating color known, howeter. ami)1.a.. manufactiire I fey a new bunnit." she mlU'tDa f!

..MaataR Buvsrd sad Dad Cwaum. W. H. B. B. bur: wa demoli-ilml I there.1 I a ep.j eL ..**.\.." I
Hv**. JT. H. Tataax J. H. The It i is underMood that of the *. lacing inlnMlm-ed into Italy \ York World.
ass... B. w. Dlailcfc. ralai ..... engine kepi on ;:oinjj.. *.t dulj I one I
Hill. L E. the horse until another ... member of the excise (ward it .
':ua CWOVTTi 1aU&1fT4T1YL Hunter. J. O. Watson c. H. ..he l them .h'l.honf'I Jai Hawttram Wa ...
)pole "** rea < : t I laughing yet.
... W.DADB.It... FuU.M. Hill Wllliaa.Htnrlnrton.. Wbortoa. F. H. tried to gti on one silt and I A Carman It....... Julian Hawthorne the novelist,

COUnT: OFr1CW. M r.\nit., B. L gine ami car on the other. The an Nthif .. P rv., t It. |t The (;"Mnlln.. are rewnting pun-''''visited a jail some tea or fifteen

...1.q J.dgr-AD.u L a.r- MlaaiLS.G. H TMr. A. E. Wall. T. A. I imal' neck van broken. Now the Bepreoeotatite 'I.llon of Alabama | fchuieiit for "maje.taeteluekkligung"i '.,jean ago/ ia order to write maga1

_herb.way DC 1&enDr-J Uh.us*Ceatt T.sad 0.54.r.a.wd.r II_H&'Dr e6 Hail W. W. Whaler H. T. farmer want tLiinaxe; *. Topcka and Kepre-entatiie (!rij::; s of i: more and nTore. Not long ago a 1 article on prison life. On returning -

IHailnra.CiLin...w7niaek.MlaaiLC tt c.T*. Hats F. W.' WorIe,. O. A.Wllaoo. I State Journal.Th Georgia whose ditrkl adjoin, teacher at Ottweiler was accused" of, home he described the horror
aarW-J '
<
",.. W. D. J. I. went hunting on a dar kit falL :i speaking dire-pectfully of the em-'I he had seen, and his description
Uatar al Twaa.- -.. Hit*:**. saw j
Horner J. W. Woodwortk. J. F. S."*.ti". Czar. They stared. out later than they el- 'I peror. He denied the charge, but

tlCaw-=-...*-t(TUe-K.:. U. BMlaraaa.M.taltk.MiaaU.an MkiaU.. Jones )(. E.Kolb. Whoa R. S. j Though traiOfd) or ....nrMa< a ...1. ,I' I i I .wa nererthclex suspended. and pat

.,a H *::: Viaca.rwUI* lancer. A. J. Zbuaale, C. L dier, the czar l Ucl:. ilie tcmpvra- ,| II. on half pav. The whole town took!!
,-K.T. Mrrrltt. i
1' Wr4 :r o-a ea.." ....-_ W. I meet sot the la-le ..( one. while M J I I his part. Kvery: day he wu invitedto ]
La.abaft.CbairBUa.Wval Palai aaca; P.C. I I'I nn-al and otherwise cared for.
I I
sate. r. MMaVra: L aKbMaM.PiiU.raU A SURE THING.It enoitive I. hi. I In-art and MI litleicalculated I ,
.
> *.> uVwiaail; S.. A. .....-r. Oomaalmv to rei- rtei a dencnp-j A |petition was sent to the government -
JCWk a4 ....1.. ..
L 0.
.r N>r**.:Miami. In amid that 1 tion of the ltorrnra of a Iattleticiti) j I anti a boycott wa placed! on j!
notblnc f* car except
the merchant who had denouncedhim
JCDtCIAlciacrrr. that lb.oleg.iott of lUa j
..cvtT OOaT 0. agTEXTH on coronation -
s death and taxea, but that U not al1together and .who had to
when M> inauy 01 hut poorer coni-ctjuently ,
I .-.. Dade" _e.usrJe..) true. Dr. KinNew Dlacorery subject were cnirhcil to death on I go out of buiineTor *-.

4er.N"......-Mdse B. '-Tiprnlll. for Conwunptioa to a wee cure foi I I
a
J' ltia.oa ....* the.Khodlnskoi |>lmu at MOM-OW?
__DC C..n-tL C.7D mrtr..Mt all lung and throat troubles. Thousands aftlKUsl i WmH and a*> Cagl
,
he wa with a severe attack1of !
'
? + Pall Tan*m Otmtt C Mt_.._w Pl ak.dar. j I Mil IVtnann and Mr Viola
..
can testify to that. Mrs C. B. ena *. -
Wa HTibr.nnaT ,
la Xuhola
.aftar Pwrtk M> < jaandice. ta a> gentlej
: r.*a Fto* MMdar ails r Pam Van Metre, of Shepherdtown. W. Va. hw from II II Wikening of Cold Springs." Ind,
......., I.a,rU. as mother "thnm. more I
-' 'l. DADa cotntTT sar. "I bad a severe eaa of Bronchitis than from hit herculean father, be| I captured an eagle; the other day after

_' "' l' ex.Kjar.HkaiL and for a year tried everything t heard has inherited his temperament and. a fierce light. Armed with pitchfork -

to...; d- ,. y I"L sg .--.1, T. tad.re. MI.l.ta of. but rot no relief. One bottle of Dr.Kung's physique, and certainly" no one)etcri -, they. attacked the eagle: in .1
....... .
M I*Jaaan .
- Was i-Pled y fence where devouring
it
M .nL New Discovery then cured me looked less what hat nadej j corner wa ,
....T"f'II *aT) I. destiny t-J
-"It v a aMTnw-Plnt MaM.* aI,. absolutely! Its Infallible for Croup. him-the abnolute ruler of over .j| I ; a Urge turkey. The eagle;: got

Or/s.. Whooping Court. Grip. Pneumonia'and hundred and twenty millions of hiss } iu talon fast in Miss Demann'slfloihi !

,'. *. *..Cka t.-se.la. Consumption. Try. (t. II"'I fellow creaturre-thsn does JVjchoi! 1 s J'r I, -., and being unable to extricate

(' .W 4i.-s1...... ..iOa rr. anteed by all, dnurrM Trial bottle] .Lie H.-London Mail. : A, itelf" Mr. Wikening plungedthe

J tHC 7H DIUXTOIIT free. Rrrular alzea Me.. and II_ rtutX _. \ fork into the eagle: and killed.
atprwr.oaaer A..C tad 7LII atree/- 00 v..... Wanted.Popular O'f. The bird nu-a.ureil "ix feet J uinche prr 1
........ silt ....lskroduy ) .
I..4.i..edsr
"
"
Mere,&'at .. .eI, .wt: &ocl8& Tear >NFEDER.\TE REUNION'' RATES \'i"rIJOt are wanted for several I _tl 4: .' from tip to tip. .
,,y,.. .11__ .'. -.' JJ {ll
introduced .
; :;. operation by mod E"soaot.Ts la THAT .. JAIL
1..1 PdaaMY ad.. Ii 7: s.rd.any t OngM .1 a Family. Maw. voc waaa: 10. Paratan'
.. -
154. w.Il.BTAUT.a.h.ur. Headquarter Florida D'vUlua. Unit: ern science. The X rays, the Fin'"cn I
I C. P. ttcddrop. of Imago knows
: Mavu..w =BOCtg.. 'Jlwaer = rd Confederate Veterans. Tallahassee treatment for lul'"'". the operation made a deep impreMion on hia
anwtlag where hi its Jnlnnder
weC 1.W era ''' family rut name
'" ...I at 1. ".a; ...., trbs at ... Fla, May 14. 104-Supplvment tIfotuora. I of radium for e.I\'tOr-1I'hlift tie daughter; Ihldegarde! who WM a lithe -

-v' .0t aeklta.ll pwett g:;as: >p. w:'i.m.ears./Ptfwaae s.1,p ( Order No. 43.: -Gentlemen_ [' word!* for these? A nun i A guillotined looking hi.much left like rye a i u(trawbemr."F' a red mark. girl at the time. i

'- The time I. rapidly mpproarhlp* r. or hanged hi* leg; w amp i- Mr. Hawthorne and HiUfgarde a 1

.L 6crur.. Censer. .-- C.... I'"b the meeting of the Confederate Veteran tat'cd he i. trepanned. What i is h fpe :,ery n"'llIl..r of my family, a* week later took a train ride into the
.,.4-A..rtIea sill .d wk a. _, j far buck a* can l be trawl, bad &tieh 1
: -.... 4s 1.a: .Pa..ek5s a 7,:.. F a'sSBb *' Reunion which convene at ,I wl a on
'-- ..ti .. ..; Just gpwertt ? The world till want a wire- titan and "
near a gloomy building a''f
9'. Naahvllle. Tena.. June It-It The rall- ,
... ;w..tie.L l p. ..._manila weduseda. (: ..'..UIS'1'OC. of hi* or her bod, aid Mr. Red-
.. w.)1... .. < If'IIt' won!. Marconigram. which WMf nan tail:
!"s ...w.g at H.'dnPk: AH ro.l* have made a low rate of one : "We convinced that i
the
.. L..Mrm.rrTmiatrrCararii. peeled to and at funnel found tlictusehes drop. are "
hake dad
ugge; >tetl. KVIU to a natural "What place it that
j rent per mile travel for and It t
: P. R, Aw.. B a4 Mt. 11" d..t h.Olal is the .\uouxm ,, mile from home and without family name came from the fact "The another, __ .

J ."...aadMC .-. t PrwTar.w.ljf'rrsrel aac'vNs*, I| hoped that a. many .. :-:".. win for telephone when one speaks*. overtime food or drink. that our snctst! ....- bad a red drop swered. county jail an '3

7-IS. Racy HwrW.. ovary err.d.iaat attend Arrangement hat been made mark on their botJil"f..I."illeU.rald. l
stk. Fine a.d tktrM.art. a phonograph i Whereupon Hildegard* embarra.xK'd -
.. .amda. V":. ..*ranai sad rw*.... at w..m. trto for upccial coaches from JavLaoavUIc i.i* attached Nor ha.. the, came to a abin at the end of a lane her father and aroused thesuspuci.Ynd
. _.: .,... X. a. fu.&.. Baelar to carry the Veteran and their friends there bad been following.flat '
public finally agreed upon a verb New E"9'ef War. of the other, oitrupanta of
l' PuMrramiAa. mk *tiw< a4 AT..** A- with them to Navhvllle. These eoache. ton the door. An 11
rapped on
jriii- w..aaa..s/ag' nt'T..fc for travel bv automoltile.Fr A I"in- -tmil-ill namedOenri the tar b\ a'tn ; in a loud shrillvoite
:. ...ewer......-7 e.. M are to be for their exclusive one and old mail luck leis head out of awindow oiiiv; i-
j, ..
: r f.. i i. allejwl In ha :
i. W. >-arinS'act I >n!:: l e
sill leave Jac'uo11'l111e Sunday Bight .. Life S .atr.. and asked crutflv:
> -I that the in f. .
'I '.. ****......ftY. aw*** al :Mr- nutty a d'M-o-eri; Irnmlojition of jailou were <
.. Jane 12. at IX-: ( p. m. via the Dixie I'DI..... I..h) shall "U'h.tdrtjoii all want?
t P."OMoy'.at' .rd.vs Av sad ftaf steam appointment Mrn"f.lo! Kii'juirrr. "ATh
.
wliicli iIi. .MMtin
..... .. n t av, or.. :
.. -
.Ie'. 1' M. Flyer Route. Buy your ticket that be made, of which there appears. to "We wanl'to star here All night: I nm-h iuennt'staii1e! ..
arm nil mpcrioniy -
MIAMI BOARD OP TRADTC.Pnaliiii way and corae to Jacksonville If possible. be little likelihood the chats of Mid Clarion. -4i
.. aver thoeof oilier na AC .f D..r..._ |
t t -. 8M that your tickets read as French life senators. must soon become "Well." Jro.lt'llof' man an he Senator awl friend
tion"Pie ..f thrinventK Juay a were
Hi n ;
'P.1 >. WOliaal M. Btwam.nrat follow Atlantic Coat Line Tlf- banged the .window ..hut".lav there pniiMus
: to extuu't. The of the :
. Vhj*-.......... T. T. Mor yoiuignt: ** fi i.* nil rtjtcd.! (fit its tru.leeffect rei-enilv. discussing the domjr of a ."J
ton Georgia Soother *V Florida to ten life senator I11 M'"eDlY'e.rs and I noboih's. ndrin' .'Olt. -Kan>a.
<. Ma< Tlo-Pn I iliat. t. Tfc Lama w ill Ulo m".c art i'r.:! t'amelt rather xT youth luine in llama- Snv |

scT tar7. CT.. Btactnmm.TianMHi Macon. Central of Georgia to Atlanta .: the eldest ninety-two. M.! Walton, City Journal. __ --. -imhuu.tI.' ..- 11111 I t01..L.! .-. Ilivmatter burg. wills shore family both Mr.r \

B. B. Tat.. and the Nashville Chattanooga k St. who i<> the father of the hour as i i. "'oa ..! it.$ 'r :)n-con-iilcra- Uuaand hu friend are well seluainted. y

boards O..ii im- W. M. ..- Lout Railway to Nashville the Battlefield well a. father of the constitution Fe *f H. it. tion of tie Frt' h ,, f
iw "' 'r&"I'III.
T V: M_ J. KLMUWU*. X K. Hy- born in 181?. Then follow in Wrllwpfunr,. theatrical manager .
W. Route). This we find to be was -n. friend sat di'pcHe.1 to be .
'. r. W. rUhm W.
.t. 1. B. BaillT. the shortest and most direct rjate The order M. Jouin. born in 181 II; M. tell of an eiieriem-e be hail 1 .
r Po":'. 3.11. B.**ILBTANDINO i{ ;:srr.I LehoobaysA.rter : ; aevrrc in h.: rnlli; i..rt of the younjftter'a -

OOMMITTTCES. adjutants of all camp will please" report d'\udi1Tert-Pa-quier.! in I8M; 31.Cazot I'j in a country boarding hou-e not blow ha< JU-t Teen .trtu.k condiK-t. but the nenatorimil-

.., w R Pau_ a. r.: in IHJI M. Magnin. 1H4 many mile from the borough of .
IA WI-A. ; as promptly as possible the nasals ; : at juxenile niarriatte. in I Inilia. :>. ugly rt'Wllrltt'Ihat., u the boy vaa
......... J._ T.; *.ra mr. K. R; I M. IVrthclot. in I8i7; M. de Mar- Manhattan. It apju-ar that one of ;
fight
of all Veteran and their friend who riot a* the evil may lie. the announcement all at heart, it would be well .
Was!. O. ABltUJOISBaJooJ' in 1878 I General Billot in the lodger; wa. rather a imMery, "
cere,
;
B. M: IttckM. dill attend the ..reanion. so that ample make quaint reading. to reserve judgment and five hima

,\ TT Haam. r. W.. ..... C. I.; P' r'j' accommodations ran be provided for 18W; M. lleren> t r, iu Iso: and M. and: nolxidy: K-einetl<< to know mm habom From Manh! next a double adiuw- chance and he added that h*

,, J m.HKALTH. their transportation. Ton will please Rene de ;airy, inXl.. him. One day the landljdyaid mien fee anal double tuition fee will thought the lad "would pall up ,
.. to Mr.r Muuro
AND gAKITART-JackaM. 'lost this insular .. a ronspicaooaplace. : be charged in the Central 11-; Idoraolle'r when be reached the age of diacre- .
) )t. /r' : "-to. W. Wl BnVi.. ,tflnuwam. I C.**n*<..* Fannly Hiatory.Then "I dtm't believe that new boarderi rienare, for all married Uon."

.. .. R. B. KN. H. M. i i.. bachelor. I', be ;
be DO hr
-. : ; ; can doubt that a family : a Mire mut '
........ W bo.. in the tenth and ninth classes, "True rejoined Mr. Qua ,
KIVW AND HAR *.- history i* a good iateetment.' a ft' a '
Ward c.. :TAtttwt.a the matriculation chest. and the one' friend. "but .what would call
a'lta. H.: KM*** D. BalUnUne. commanding Florida *"\\ ,' how earth you
noticed in an Edinburgh catalogue: ou can con
... below it. In the lower cU..
E ; ..... XLRAILMOADB DIvMoa. I'nlted Confederate Veteran *es married the age of d 4Cntioor""M.
tell asked Mr. Munro.rjiily .
that no leas than tloU is being ked .
AND ranoHTB- a 1 ) hot will n..ll.) admitted. answered
rule the
T.-sd r. B. U: ...... C. D.: L.wnBUr. For further Information relative to for the twelve histories. totaling I : eno-jgh." rt'plit'tl.ltf' veteran a senator j.

.. 0.(. .r.1. .. W. Meo-N. I. A- railroad rate*. ete. .write to E. J. Walker twenty-nine volume, .which the late I .boarding! house ".... ...r. "IU-- tH w..*. SIr rraa.r*. t "I should say that a young fellow

ivnKK-BrtngtM. Co T-S CtMMI. Florida- Passenger agent of the Sir William Framer compiled and lute wlieneter IM pay his Imanl: Man careful computation have ha reached the age of discretion
.....: K.: DMalaa. R. B.: St.
Naahvllle. Chattanooga : the buoWller describes' this an' he always turn Ilia t aL to m- when
a* bren made of the height to which
V --*. C. U the picture of act,....* and Substitute -
AOIIJCCLTrRIL-BIaork_. E. Y.: I Jacksonville. Fla. 'eacrptinnallymo.lrraleprte.I ) I The i he takes out hi* imtner. ocean wales may rime in furioosrtornt therefor of hia

Mora r. '..: Tatww. J. H:' OrHRa A. Fred L r..nI -. J fact i* that the" American are buying *. The Atlantic has be.-n' bachelor uncle.a portrait" Philadelphia
wealthy -
M J Dw+< ,. K. I Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff.UCCCIXE. up even thing dealing .with family A Kwrariiabl Fut. amazingly tempest' loosed. in thisturbulent
'. Ledger.Hie .
CBUC H.IIl'lLDIXoa1 C.: lUiny. I. B-l ...*.( :. hl9l",:". aud I IIP* the prh-ex in- Kiploralivii i.. a nbjecl. WIH h has ..int..r. but .when the captain ,

;Pegs......: ........ K. T.HANrACrURIBrtt1.1..e11. creaae in a m ':=l reiiurkal.le wav.-. a epN.iat inlere-t f..r J. :\I. Iturrie. of an ocean liner report* that Ad 1..i\e4..

OW C ; I London Tatb-r a< the writer" recent gift of tt!:.t his '......1 afelv outrode salty! iek\- Rev I*. P. !1. Hen.r><). for

tf w* T. T: 0wr4 J. A; Rwodra It. Will overcome Indigestion and dy1 *- to the t'Ou i.11 antarctic rxiH-dition .c'ralr| T. -o*in-: !l'Ii feet alcove the. *.tt>r of tire First lUniittili.nh :
.a'. .....,. J. B. 1' regulate the bowels and cure Th. Stl aUmaerf O.,. would of the merp
: pepsla; indicate, and he always ha. frfae aterage le\el of the of ('h it-a later ItrIi. \i i1I00n.
.
M.; ('t. .
< B.La.ur. ( delight In i" [ one to garp ..... flare rhun-h ofKrooLltn
H *. W. W.; O* tta,. BadaiuM ... Baptist
their life i-aunz in"l i. .. in
even
blood richer and Inrlgorator In cielof -eeker after be nndixntritil. l .
test I
*
.. A1...; a.Bt r. J O : mitk.f and DOW of Tremont ternfile. -
*.w: Kl.*.. A. J. I the world. It.. purely reeetable perfectly this cixintr .\ largem\ imcn of In Harriet early dg. J.....|Ji -- Pro-ton' rnvntly lectured inpriii4tieM. 1

plMK1RATTON-B Is. k a w, R T.MMM. harmless, and should yon be a that hr-roil l wa+ rerentU' i even at Tliont.on. the African rtni..rr l C- :

F. ai TWta J. H- Dorw. J. K.Hrwr. sufferer, from disease you will use It If Keene. N. H, making a great fit-. Its-
.I. W o\er ( to be an old coatTKirtly LTai i lieroe; ... and the' ..veiM forty-wteti feast pnidiMt* and I1 r..l&ln" in iity
TERTLlNMCNT..Rtwda.. Rw : I TOO ar* wl"e. burin '> n .tnt| to announce the lecture CfYtm"t.
6N a know bank.t artM le* or omitncnTlie ..nl..r .1!
iiinl. the 1 of his ::
M- R. N. Andrew eilltor MId manager traAJ'U'r! one faiiKiur 1
H. c.; 0nhtV. C. ; pnliiit Thus. i* the way the
Pdps .. "
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lteln"1 amt ionic ale col-hgatetl the tons of i. nfiilnc: i i. tinIMI;*
t a: ....... I..... :Cocoa and Roekledge. New. Coma .>liRhiirgh, .I..lt n" "IVrlM>... range ...i-or made the announcrtnent"Ii .
.INO-t...twm. B. a; B*_ and found that there wa a man in- 'rote harry ref 11.n., "hiinoi for the. prediction that, i-orn will!!
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*DVWm sea_ .rltf'SI: have used your UP!- : .- \:fMr.. 11..0 will lecture
K. T. Blaek.1 i: rnle of it who ...* alnxxt dead" from neter a .ain iln> i to the low .
1.... r. a: Brim ** ; ] and find It a most remarkable feat ,-.....i-It..1 ill talvii, : ) pru .
blue family 'IOOI4'm
E r. HMhwtagt aL r. i in my the L..tld.It oon a.. the dug raw .that \ ai'eil! when it wa< ne.1mni ::1 the ute Street Kip
; f bottle of I.run.h'into the heart ..' pre
'excellent .....Id_. It effivt* vnoaeU t i ,
The tan Hat o( HMmMn. BamMrtagwiw \ that the man wan to be properlytared ( \frua and bringing it l I. .k :' olch for ate k feeding anil i -'lunh on Uvdnmday e,enin.:,,
: ; a< intact.Nes
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an aa foDowa: i haw been a marked benefit .li.tillt'Ti.1Iu.ell' 11.1 1 triiot a rr rest man; will al>
1 .ty tn ara for he went, on hi way torate. York New. the ,.-
/..... W. Hf JackJ.. St Jr. I rwommeBd It nh.*itatingy." SAc ma n. l"j..l"-H..t<>D 1'1.

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(I. xafrxx' FOR THE LITTLE ONES. INSPECTORS APPOINTED.The .

OFFICIAL l C CULL FOR PRIMARY ELECTIONRules ,I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. J Camel 'I -

Th. Story sf 'Which Skewed meeting was called to order by

professions I.........31c. cacvc.ECJr.trx. Alm..t Human Intelliganc. Chairman Filer In the city hall M aml.

,. Announcements will be Inserted la theDally N< w mul wonderful torir of au. Fla.. at )#. m.. April 11. 1J04.
and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May and weekly. Metropolis for tOIl dollars -
imal >jL'a< ilv are constantly being: The fo1JG..IDlmemben were prs eat
OK In either edition for at. dollarsCandidates .
IOth and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County. for County CemmiMtonrr told. .:std ;>....pU'. ih-vrr appear tot In person or by proxy: Meters Johns,

and member of the school board will b* t tire oft them ell hl-r. I ling; and l hor>*. Jones Potter. Ljriuaa Kuig!:, &..

_Patersozs de Es'-e'i ..ig. charred one-half UMM amounts. seen In |hNr.-r 3 more .en.e than Filer. Burteshaw, and KlrkmaD.t .

A meeting of the County Democratic law; and ball at once forward the No\ annouimoMnt inserted until paid any oilier/ animals, but here; i* a little : motion Mr. Bull ws rie. Cud

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Executive Committee for Dade county, returns to the Chairman of the County for. -. PITT of a camel that i in vpnr injiluablf acting secretary. '
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Wtt.aard ls all_.... 8...*.*.. Fteeralrtertlo. Florida. was held at }Miami Florida. Executive Committee.The trreetrlig: The mlentes of the last meetinge

4 us..eUttesfoteaaafala. sst | 00 the llth day of April. A. D. 1904 assessment to be paid by the FOK COUNTY' TREAII:kER. .\ \ jud In;.;h l-r,>d camel read soil approved

Laad TttlM. variojs candidate shall be as follow: working in an nil well in Africa wareHrrtlv .
( Missal. Flft.D pursuant to adjournment. To the Democratic Voters of Dad Coun The call for prioary max aa.:=le>ia

P -- The following! amended call for a Representative ...... ........ 115 00 ty. Florida : U-iitcn I Lit* dr tC'r. Tht follows: .

.- t.- SLAGGS.X. D, Primary election was adopted to-wlt-: Senator . . . ... ..... .. 15 00 I hereby am.oune mr.*lf a candidate man IH>IK....1| iluil' the animal ..a. Fee official call oa third pace.

Notice It hereby given that there Sheriff .. .. .. .. .... .... 3S 00 '..r rtelrllon to the offic of Treasurer sulky for xmietUt. ,. situ M) lit 1"pta A motion wa made by Mr. K1r c.."
Oar oink M toss rbarssey.Ree.e >r Dad.. County. Florida, subject to th. 'li him fit-lnu
Eelec- Circuit Court...... 30 00 sharp al< 111"11| .-
>.-* Mk BUM .1:1 be a Democratic Primary Clerk of the will of majority, of the Democratic.aura u nominate county commlsrtoomd .
that the U-aiiu would <
cores, .,. C non held in the several election! districts Tax Assessor ..... .. ........ MOO a* will be sttprs s.d In the Democratic Furl ;: not ;!ftiD members of the school board i y
,!l. Tlituinel his InrnVne .
MIAMI. FLORIDA. of Dade county Florida, on May Tax Collector ................. IS Oi'County i-nm.rr Mar It. 1M. .. M-iix< in utricu. Same was detested: bj *
1 .. In- loi.IU *"- watching him.
I'lh. 1K>4. and if necessary, on Juneth. I Treasurer ............. 10 Ou C. H RAUI.ERSOX, ute of ( to :3.
1. J. JL JACUOI' JR, dw Miami Fla. to he. (list! in/ |..>-r-uiii. ai it wrr .
1/\ 4. fur the nomination! of all : County Judge ................. 15 00 A communication from a meettiu at
was 141111-1 and olnsiicnt. and th.dri"f'r .
ornciHOTIL : Democratic candidate. State and county ': County Attorney .............. 18 II' -<...forgot all about it.At candidates held In Miami May 10 r>H,

BLOCItAv& to be voted for by the Democratic 'Superintendent of Public Instruction A. E HETSEK. eau read and discussed by various caaI -
BISCAY j the raised
Candidate for night; man i-lcpt on a
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FLORIDA. elector at the General Election to be ...... ........... 5 00 | dw County Judge. platfnnn in the mill while the oam- I dldates before the committee. Finally.

MIAMI. held November 8th. 1904 and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... 5 00 !, el "a- !.1..1..1. l in a .corner and after I the following Inspectors clerk, sad

RUSH. by the Democratic Governorof I I[ Supervisor of Registration.... 5 00 FOR SHERIFF. I M-\eral wcrkn had W. B. the State between the date of boldIng the following precinct
QR- Member of County School B'rd. 1 00 I uolr upuddtnlt one tight ami,

Offlo 221-lxtb: street 'Phone M. such primary election and the holding I' Justice of the P ace.......... 100 I 1 To the Democratic '1'0.... of Dad CounTjr I; by the bright imxtali ht wit abU No. Inspectors., Geo. McPherson

R-sidPDMIOth Mreet and Avenue of the primary election A. D. 19". i Constable ...... ............. 100 Florida: i to Mt- quite| clearly everything; ill Ernest Stypmaa, J. M. Enals; fieri,

". '."*'" :lJL Mi AH I. FLA. and of a Democratic candidate for I i County Fish and Game Warden 1 00 I hereby announce myself a candidate I the mill. lie oaw the camel ?tot up. H.Y.. Hessey; polling place, store afMlxs
United State Senator to be Toted for for rlcuoa to the omc* of Sheriff tt i Walter Kltchlng.
I look eautinttsly] around anil > candidate required to file
All are a Dad County. Florida, subject to the
by the Democratic member of the Legislature i to a bundle ttl old clothe I Na :Inspectors, E. Edward. J iil
r. w. BAC1US..A. written applkntlon to have his name will of the majority *f In* Democrat "
=' of the"State o f Florid. at itssesalon appear upon the official ballot, on I voters as will be sprmid'' la the Democratic : that acre thrown' carrle'aly on the l Isar: Henry Brooker' ; elerk. E. C. Mni -

I rtail Made In A. D. 1906 primary t* bald May M 14. : ground and lt .,krd nlldi'r like a i IIe'r; polling place school b* use.j .
Vs.., ealJoenl blanks furnished by the Committee
fur Buildings All: Kind line The following officers are to be nominated accompanied with the fees above set dw JOHN FROHOCK. : tWpin tij. w. The annual Hidden -j No. :Inspectors.. H. L. Hilller, i*

Residences a i!pee i.ltJ..0r'lcE. at said primary election toIt: I} threw itself siolcnthupon| !| W. Bur.uardt. N. H. BUtch; ele-a. J
forth with S. L. Patterson Secretaryof '
1J15. AVESUE D. 1 United: States Senator. i I take. this method t. Inform the voter the clothe, rolled upon| them with W. Comstock; polling place! c.u
the Democratic Executive .
1 Representative IB Congress Second County ,. of Dad C.zesty that I wll b* a eau all its weight; and Uun to liar and 'iou.e.No. .
Committee, on or Iwfore the Hat day 31dat tor reelection to the oOctofCWrk
Congressional District kite them with its -tr ng twth -Inspector*. W. H. Cox. C, A.
of the Circuit Court. subject to th actionof
of April, A. D. 1904. I
1L E. CBJ.nl, Court for the i iI Thinking itself arenge.1 at last, the Mall Jess
DL 1 Justice of the Supreme This 1904. tb* Democratic prlmarto Kay M.promlmln ; Daaghtry; clerk Cullea
April llth I
DENTIST. j I I full term of six ,errs. I W. A. nl..r.Attnl *. If *lctd. to perform tb* duttoii camel! wj quietly! returning to the? Pence; polling! place! school house.

of th* omc.. m the future as la the corner when in uia Inspectors E.
3 Justices of the Supreme Court. Chamber .
Ne.1a Wst..uM.rdtta sad t==cetsReiIIIAMI. 1 Governor. I : Chairman. : p..t. ia the bat of my .blUt,. I will I, dale to it.: At the sound of hiroue. II. B. Taylor. T. M. McRae clerk ILP.
I George P. Bull, 'be grateful to InoM who will favor m
themitake
FLOIBDA. 1 Secretary of State. : Secretary tern. with u..- r vote I and in-tantly |I..n..h'injt Hodges; polling place, school house
pro
the, animal mortifiexi
1 Attorney-General 1 '! dw E. C. DEARBORN.I I I was toO No. I-ID.pecton. Z. Oaveader. Jao.Cmstead. .
QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS.
i : 1 at its! failure and llhl' diwovenof '

Seekers I I I Comptroller. Secord Primary-Tuesday. Jun, 7, : it* scheme that it made. a .wild R. r. Saxon; clerk W. B
Home i hereby announce myMtf as a ssadidat
I I I Cas H.; polling place Hard- Koran
1 Treasurer. 1904. II for Ih* oOe of Clerk *f the Circuit j effort to dash its brain. out again;
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I I No. Inspectors.. R. A.
Bryan W.
Attention. 1 Superintendent of Public Instruc General Election-Tuesday November : court, subject to th* action *f the the .lIaod would hate done j o had I
find it to interest tion. I Democratic party. Primary elertloa L. Brack well. D. fTNeai; clerk Frank
You will your I 8. 1904. May I it not been for the interference of
before inve-ting- I*. 1>4. Stranahaa; polling place! Stranahaa'i
call DIe Commissioner of Agriculture. I
to on 1 nol-U the dr \'f'r.
""FUrnished.l house and rooms to The recitratioo. books will d J. 8. FREDERICK.FOR new hall err
Railroad Commissioner.
tent. Real bargains in real estate. I 1 1 Adjutant-General. reopened for the second primary elec I weeping the Cbwh No. I.-I..pactora. H. Padgett. J. r. St

city and country. Insurance. taxes j jioliection ,' Cnemist tion. TAX COrXECTOR. There must: be an old woman ol N..... J. W. Ivea; clerk R. Cothroa;
I 1 State
etc.. attested to. POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. I hereby announce myself a candidate the sky with her broom and two oi polling place school house.
I Ime I 1
authorizingkinds of the Circuit Court. Seventh
bare a special license trans- 1 Judge Payment of poll taxes for 1X1>> sad for the office of tax collector of the player; must each hold the end NoInspector*. J. 8. Parda. A.W.:

to prepare all estate legal Low rre-s. j, Judicial Circuit. I l!/03 is a prerequisite to voting at all Dade County subject to the action of of a skipping: rope. The other.plav-' Cromartl. J. S. Peters; clerk J. tPendleton .
fern of real I State Attorney Severth Judicial the coming Democratic primary.dw .
.ttratiton. election this rear. er mast stand in line. I ; polling place school house .

Prompt C. C. CARROLL. Circuit '' EXEMPTIONS.The T. N. CAUTIER. TIle old woman m\_: No. Inspectors, ... A. Osborn. J. t'""
1 Prosecuting Attorney. I
Notary" Public following conditions exempt''' I want a helper to sweep the sky M. Burdlne. Frank Jandoa; elerk X. R. _
> ..t.Grsdet. State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial FOIL I II Who ht h. Wbe awe just
AVK. D. "ua ayt'lli 1 ;i TAX ASSESSOR. run jump Kellum
t e person from the payment of capitation high' i ; polling place city halt .. '
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or poll taxes: 11-Inspector*. Jackson Pea- a
: 1 Member of the House of Represen CANDIDATE She looks down the line and E .
:JFtollcilol: i First-Any one who has lost a limb FOR TAX ASSESSOR of point with her l broom to one of the, 'I cock John UcKlnale J. W. Gallo...,; .
tative". Dad) County subject to the action of .
I I'
derk. Fletcher
Optklea. in battl players, who come forward and I Albury; polllag pJao.
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1 County Judge. the Democratic primary. ,
Old Hardee 1IonNo. -.
W.C-MAYNARD. I Second-Any one wno was S5 year stands in front of the tin*. Holdinp -
1 Sbn. : d C. L. XIMANIES.' .
4 i 1-1.-. nr tCl Crv- J Gf .
....D,1'I.' ... .. C'-. 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. of age oa or before December 31, 1901. out the trooni! i throJ| woman GBO. W.
I Stinefaouser J. Dougherty, -
ThirdII one becoming of age (21' un: a
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; tussu; &ecru f1j Fikt I County AMCSSUT. of Tax.*, i i FOR PROSECUTING 1.1'1 GRNEY.I Tike this. Uk this.U I I clerk. Cea W. Uoodie; polling pl-. r
pan old) on or after January L. 1903.FourthAny '
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'. ki, Cxts, .mlerjl, Itf f 1 Tax Cu.iavr (II hereby. announce myse'f as candldaii sure you I Brown Moodle1 warehouse.
who had become a' #
___ ___ ,I' r.wnty Suiierinteadent of Public laI' resident of this one State and county to for the office of Prosecuting Attorney The player takes the broom holding i, No. 13--ID'l'tOn. Henry Oosmsn.
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xructloa. i for Dade county, subject to theapproaching I it boruontally with lx>th hands" Ernest Mall Will 'AD.serelerk, C.

GEO. L. MCDONALDar.ii.tiMr i 1 Surveyor. or after January 1. 1903. I Democratic primary elec and the rope i.. held, for him tc: W. Hill; polling place,school house a

1 County Treasurer. < If properly registered any of the tion. H. F. ATKINSON. I jump. lie has three trial. Each limE No. Inspectors., J. W. Saxoa. W. t

above can vote at all election. State' the is hold a little higher. II I lee
rnie
SsMiela.e Lsee a .paaity 5 County Commissioners. i iI Miami. Fla. [ E. Blanton. W. H. Sistrunk; derk. J. !
Sr.eet.g u4 aDd held this without I lie tales them all he stands on one
: GROVE. FLA. Member of the County Board of county year C. Holly; polllag place school home a
COCOANUT ride. If hr foil, the old) coma I
Public Instruction. paying: any poll or capitation tax. EXPCWCRE. It was moved and carried that name
P I !brat* him with the bnx.nu and he i s',
i 1 Justice of the Peace la sad for Districts PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. I I I of candidates for members of the county -
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out of the ,'UDHhen all the player
; A. DANN I Nos. 1. t, J. 4. S, t. 7. .L *. Person under the following conditions -. To cold drauhts: of air, to keen and : I executive committee be placed oa 1.
'J. 1 Lave keen triad tho-e who ban<
10. 11. It and 13.: will be liable for rae poll tax cutting wind, sudden changes of temperature the regular banot.
lx'en cini*- ful bare a final trial I
..........ad a.n ....r7r0.. ar District No for undue It was also moved and
1 Constable In and for only 1902 or 1903. as the cake may scanty clothing ex- carried that T
and the one who tan taker all tilt
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< '"'" c.w.. r pe,..-. i 1. 2. :3. 4. 5. C. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1L U be: po-ure of the throat and neck after i l j candidate* for game warden be placed

r-...i..a_lurel late. and 13.: i I Any one who becam. K: jean old public speaking and sloping, bring on woman ;| on the regular. ballot and the caadl11 'i

a1A soughs and colds. Ballard's Hore- I i dates for said offlr be assessed f 1 M).
S Presidential Electors.I
IIS sad during 1902 will be required 10 pay $1 This ;canoe i* -[-Nx-ullr adaptin]I i

i Delegates at Large to National Con for account of poll tax for that year. j I hound Syrup Is the best cure. for out of drs and the more play i, Mr. Johns, of Precinct No. 1 handed

vention. Mrs. A Barr Houston, Texas writes the merrier. In his resignation as a member of thecommittee
TAR | Anyone who may become of age (II j en "

fOlEl5110NEYAK :I Z District Delegate year old) at any Urn during 1902 I Jan. 31. r 911 2: "One bottle of Ballard'. I -- '| and the same was accepted.

rr'ev..as P. "s'la 1 Hor.ho Ad cured of The A motion was made and carried that
Burs. Oddsf I 113 I Members at Large of State Commit- will be required" to pay fl for poll tax Syrup me a very Weighing.Now. 2
.bad .
t tee. for the year 19U3. : Or wl never knew k* w ma AMoe wirr '
take." 25c. SOc. .l Mi'. Sold Red
'i I 1 County Member of State Committee. by day.The
ARE YOU GOING j' Any one becoming a resident of this :Crws Plat macy.I. I:"+..., *- ..illrnc*. next meeting of the commute
1 Member National Committee. 1 A.... w'- ready ....* it not >.. play.
71 1 State and county during 1902 will be i I 'i." railed for April 21. 1H.
North West 1 Supervisor of Registration.
or llabl. for the poll tax for 1903. There helns no further business a .. yi

1 County Flab and Game Warden. t> WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. -m...l sell .... Rep. Dtam.1 *. 1 motion was made aad carried to ad- ...

t Member of Dade County Democratic .|... things that are for sale lie Joa nr.. !
,
THESaslmlle All male Inhabitant who are 21years
L aisYille : Executive Committee la and for helped by advertising but In the ......
t : i cf age and were under SS yearsof i CEO. P. BCLL,
I
Predneu N a' i X. 3, 4. .S, C. 7. .. of the hope dlsnxHMl the reverse to the ,I Secretary Pro TetsQUICK '
RaU road age December 3L JIOLADJ' rs... In W'l'e of repnrfs to the cone I
9. 10. 11. 1%. I', and 14.
-/ trsry. the! famous dlsmnud has net bees
eeruloe.Meden I
nnexeelled pu.enger one becoming a resident of thl*
TOn ** ,
The rule governing said pnmaolection ARREST.J. .
" returned to Klami.! but still In the.
,train carrying Pullman State and county prior to January
shall be the same U those 1.1 I I'liltrd ft.'cU* present owner lie.

sleepers, uno-date eoacbes free reelialac 1 I'adopted by the Democrat- Executive 1902. rill oe required to pay toll tax clanIt. has been rendered absolutely t>L A. Culled**, of Verhens. Ala.. was

chair ears, and southern dinin elUes earsBetween j}Io-mlttee. at their meeting held UJacksonville I II Ifor| i IOZ and 1903. : nmalalilv. ItIhe nolorlety that has twice In the hospital from a sever

aortben and '1 If they become a resident after January brow nt\rtt lu It. Klnce It baa been reported
January 22d. 104. for i ; caw of
lce in the i I oa j piles causing !I tumors. Aftn
Tb* elmialnaearr I governing State primaries, so tar ..I I L 1902. and Won January 1.1' last the dealer who own It pad : doctors and all remedies failed Bnek-
...., 1'Iesa1 .K inure for tt. the Investment
Tit the will be applicable to the I 1903. they pill be required pay lens Arnica Salve
same quickly arrested
i
11I hilts Sell TanrnjTiekt* t I I nap not s profitable MM, so far a* this
:county primacy. Those and only those tax for 1903 only.I I II nutrtet I I* ronrvrned.. In color and six further inflammation and cured kim lI

L. & N.For I: PHTSTW* shall be permitted to become I II I I Any on* reaching their majority (21 tt* Hope diamond has a* equal ta the I III conquer and kills pain :Sc. at all

eehednle, and sleepln ear j I candidates before, or vote at or participate ,' yean) oa or after January 1, 1902. will I world. It.. of a blue MppfeJrr color drnmclsts.
rate. '
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'reservation apply t* la themaaagemeat of Mid. prijnary :,' be subject to payment of poll tax for and wricks. forty four carat
I t I
- J. M. Fleming t, election, who! declare their ad- I 1903. The glsiier cannot succeed at b'"ot'k -
;I The*. Spot! Hued y w tail etllt e. musts unless he takes .
LecaLJ.dwNV. I beroce to the principle and orgaal-I II MADE YOUNG: AGAIN. panes.It
yldespPay --.. I It all case of exemption of a voter Hush. MMDlbl' Ir..1 pug .uh* SLlows. .
.r.a laOoo of the Democratic party lafloral. ; .
:'A. I: from payment of poll tube mast -One of Dr. Four pounds and a little Ut sort Isn't m cheeky to roee as ban*-
I IfOlEl5l1OHEYADTAR State and county who art by King's New Life Pills _
secure of the supervisor of registration j' Uy '01"'t her be pesdJun. some If you bar the face to do It. 1'
J Jet
the law of the State lawful elector j I each night for two week has put n* P rrow CwMi I. 1''. MckoteaA .

the election district In which they 1 a certifl ate setting forth the fact that In my 't_.' agala." writes D. H. 'FurPer -

: each voter I* exempt If the certificate I S.astly T_...... Peanuts that tara oat poorly art .
who! have paid their poll r of Dempseytown. Pa. the ,
..... ... S.alsl.aie l lSO offer to \'Ute. They what you might call a bum shell
taxes legally due not lees thaa tea j I exempts tile voter from payment of' befit la the world for Liver. Stomach In a certain school in the north of 1f

days before said primary election, and poll tutor for both year (190S sad {,land Bower Purely-vegetable. Never England the heed master ban recently Is it any alp -that- the engineer I.

YEARS a ho shall when challenged by an elee- 1903). It properly rutsteiej. he can I gripe. Only sse, at all drug stores taken to teaching: natural his | happy because he whistle at his
j
EXPERIENCE lor. pledge ia writing upon oath be- ',,' then vote upon presenting to the Inspectors tory. The other day when expounding work!

fore any Inspector to abide by anB { such eertlfteat of exemption.If some of the niT'trries of .res- J
tion tie master asked of hi
on*
support the rest!: of such primary, sad I A woman's idea U that her husband
4 the voter I* sublet to only one boIl if he could tell him the differ .
FOR
support the nominee thereof. c .;cbt to pay th debts she runs tint
poll lax: either for 1902 or 133, the enoe between himself and a tiger
The polls shall be opened and closedat Into even If he has to UMTOW ir..nry
same rate win apply a* to secnrisg UNITED STATES SENATOR meaning of course, the different '

TuN MaassCo.wws5ITaAc the several election district: at the' a cemBcaU of exemption fo- the two| in the scale of nature. After sonic to do It j jGROWISG

hours Axed by the general election law. I Jean VOTE FOR hard thinking_ the boo replied.Tle ACHES AD PAINS.

.____ a-....sod swe..eM-. 1 The following named persons are hereby .. i i. 1
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toss--- 1 e, ir, a tiger an imperfect .
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_,,- .......-...y.--- ....-- appointed Inspector and Clerk fort' PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. but bt-.t."' ..J
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beast are a perfect
PSeed.S.r Mrs Josi
ilr.dtN..as. JAMES P. TAUAFERRO yon Sumner Bremond. Texas
la order to be qualified to vote at the I
.fi..w ... w o..ep..aq.
.v ... the severe! election districts: Londuii ,
Spectator.Shlld.
,.- --- election writes, April 15, 1902: -I have used
10th Jan)
rr .--_ otnl primary on May or
.
r1. (See report committee.. meeting on WHOM NAME IS COMMONLY PROs : Ballard Snow Liniment la my family
n. 7. 1904. poll taxes for 1902 sad 1903> .
!! 1 1 for th.ears. I would not be ...Ithloot
} UII1 Brut page.) mart be paid oa or before ( o'clock P. NOUNCED AS IP IT WAS *TK consider the Japane -
.. .. you .
i I It In the hna' I have used It oa amy
:::t.+.::.: 'seas..:tt-t.--Ii.... re The voting shall be by ballot oc itt.iets M. Friday April 19, 1904 (tea day before ft SPILLED to be honorable combatant i1" ins I little) girl for growing pain and

Caulth.r..f.HeWrCr furnished by the Bate cad! the Bret primary election). qnirrd the correspondent of the:
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ache In her knee It cured her right
__ _._ osr _..wJOIEnIlOJEYrAJl____- ... Rortiin admiral at Port Arthur. :
Committee and
Executive at
County : I U! away. I have also used it for frostbitten 1
Only a fool man would dellbestely'make They worked a shell game or.me : ,
I the doe of such election, the laspee-t liTO LIVER. I i feet with good success. It Is
all right. the admiral
replied
\1 ton and Clerk shall proceed to canvass i I aa enemy by gneasiag within !I_ l grimly,.-CUvclana Plain Dealt the beet liniment I ever used" *&e, b>c, .

I the tote ta accordance with a* State tea year of a woesaa's real age. : 'tOO. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.r "
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THE DAILY IJWWARIISf> THE DISPENSARY: POUTICAL CHAT that the .haraiferistic* of the two

When Governor Jeunlng aplotntiu ,ia.e* show beyond. question, the faJI-

MIAMI I METROPOLIS. i .. iti' K "> am: N R I ..f circuIt court of HllnhoromrhM I y of hi reaxining and that the diff1ni I DO NOT FAIL TO SEC |
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4.t it \\ I. Hanks. drveased >''Xtn> i MI, n'an".M'' : I."rln'.r...... ax Is the difference
..i., \ -II. !" ,,..lll ."I Ml'. II' ethuI- <.'. WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE
8. 8. UHX.f Ilnws Ui..nar* I I'1": and the appoiiito lief seen the small man of the
III.1. !lJIIII""J, 'h, D"II' ..ho I.antin w 1'f'f'IHlrII" ; -* ''v- lo take (HiHmiiion of ill1 ..**i... \ <.11.! >. ran. and tb hlad. attorislnet.

U. '. al _H _1 1!.-..-. 1 > w. n' di., II--IIIK the ili-i..-,..." lie a ill mt .ith ....-..tan. .n-l a ,.f Central .\fn-a .\llle\iilenie I j R."' ] 14..12tlll Sttttt.

t-. l w .at I'tollh at Jfl.ml.r'lorM. notion. w hn Senator Kirk ":lId llamnuit' will Ilr."Iloll". to show that there wjere oncnthree .. >
...eenso'-cUMm.ttrr, Mr unit afl I you tame to me ben Wlwn circuit, court met last Mimilav ra...-, the ('an.a.un the .tellosr,

.. a_' Ita4taefa 7.e.pai..f::; pa.u.ea wi 'hl' .11"!wiiwir> matter was up in the., with no cork in attendance Jii'lue'i and the. liLu k, and the adtam-e of n> -

... eatS load .l |iromiMHl me that I' I Wall appointed. D K Gh"n.. ail m- ilKatiim shoes the., Mand in about theam" .#ii 1 e+"' ''....' '' ' '4'' ' ''' ' ' ' ,
.se.t.atAern rail w.. '.rmtn.l -oiiM! hate charge ..f the Irtminriw In.hr. .
i tent depiitv clerk Mr <;in.nin..- ....t..r in the matter of nitel',1Keiice :I- 1\I.Io"R.EE:
i BRaO'S.
w..rrsdiu IMHM-O I.res'* per.line.. ..e i-ouiitiev if I nulil support the deputy of the late clerk Hankand ha- reaNiiiiK; powers atM mental ,

y1 T Year?pW.nnllw by Mail Irate%;. .tbeterslc.j . . . .l': ".** 'ui.is.nsan .hill. I told ,'oU that.. I bad' once filed the office of clerk. under' and moral 1\amement. Hi-hop" Till ; KIXDKH i.or. < ; .\. ,
mother I. h..o.1'
l.ruuiiHul in ,
nn mv
s i Month. .. : . . . Z..* I Uvs that I .. ii ilJ never an inlw thee j Judge'alI'e apnHntm \\ hik.twice ier NeeniJ* to lie a lireameribtween I '1 nke ---_ -

Tt-ee Months . . . .. I-5::;;, hI-I...)' Iouir:..." .. Wall' anointment, was intend1.i I'u"l only for the itrim pending! : an ai>-
(.6e Week, by .*]I The bug lIu""rllalllri.I andidate!
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-- .- I iiintment by the ( nernnr 'it now atleer !'- Kinder Lou Crates.
fie !.Hikp i .l loon m aiin'-r on the 'n"" ii( the Trailer I inoim and then
Iiimi Printing Compinj. I )" that Mr Givens all make .
.. Contrai tor. .\* fationIliiilillni .
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u HI i i" a fra I man. LIlli| .1.1 I ''effort
A vertiaing. rate made known on to retain the offli-e until January
"",... are a Iar al." > 1 Harnev.
application. :: Trailer COIMII'ilI
Kirk said a> quirk. b a "ah.011
TELEPHONE -3R Maifarlane A, Glenn and \\"al! of Miami .".Vicinit) ; Sell- =::::r
err an iinnii'igat lI.r'
FFICE: METROPOLIS BCILDIXG.' Knight atlorne>... upon cuntnltation Miami' Kla. Kelt. i:. le'4l .
Theo Ibis aril' filer tllIh..1 with .
4.12 and 434 Twelfth Street j Ly Mr (Given and after .lookme!: up l To th. rmilrai.tnr,' Asxoi-laiiou. Mianil. J nc1er Lou Crnte
'itidinnatHMi and! II I'K'ked. like there *
the. law. have It I III stated. .lviel Mr
OppuMt Court House Kla all Dade
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was KOIDJT to If 'Miun-thmit doing" 1 County
""- 'j j Given that Jmiire. Wall appointmenthold (ieiilii. Tile ('artwnt.. .n lAN.al :i9.1 de- rN.+IrPFtiaaMii .
CfJllPABATIVE DISTANCES tweru the tan pohtiilwi as be ap.proachwl .. -.t..t. .. . ..
good for the unexplreil' term R:1.1: I mand that there< ei"e an eiKbt-hour, .
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fort Pros Key ap|..iintment bv the Gocerrort work day .,.", ,,,......IDI"o the llftb
T. Tea.p.ltiaat', ...1 ion," -a'J "If'' von acre nut !I(") If thin I* correct the fight fins cuing day of Kelinirfr. 1e: .4. the name being> .N....N....................... . . . ........
1 1 the and lo. itown I il lap' you over
Mlln Mlto. Mllrt on before the Governor l>etmenjthe the next day after your regular meeting
Lr7 ... HI '41 "'.. I ''If you la) your hands on nie iirleplied Epicurean Restaurant
....... .. ... .it t'* ntf So-n..r Kirk "thfrp will hto I j friendn of II J. lal\n. ) and C M the eight-hour' day! to .lie granted: \
r_.. .. in 117Kat1a I
Knott for the unexpirml term a"ill'-| siihout an> reiluition in vaueii t'ltlnialuni .
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Cull. r. tat wIM no word primary fur l iutrrnr. I ; :
reap, :':: ::.. ass SIt inept i Is, all for naught If the al......' Demand; is not J05--/AA St.

Rtaat dosM.I v Pa..e. I1M .N f* moment It certainlyI.skr.l but friends. aqually Interfered at IbleI and Whatever may l.e the final ileciMonof eranlnl.!: k,,'il W.1 of Carpenters and> I .:---- -

(ViaCap. I the matter. It In certain that f'' Joiners of Amerlia sill proceed to Continuous Service from 6 o'clock J muntil 10 i
a Lain(... err W. !4255s ,! nromard finally wet and went down I I p. m
J_(_..M...... ... .. ., Iltot far 557e..a the street Senator KUT. mbo i I. just the Governor make an apointment.Mr adopt sigh meaxures as will bring: : ....... ..................... . . . . . .

I............ .. .. I" I .. I Given will endeavor to hold on. ahout' the eight hours and three dot -.
.Ian plucky a* Brosards then got mad- -- ---
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and the case will go: Into the court Ian ((.'1.,." per day K. J. HECK:
but friend finally him to cool B. X.
i der. got BAILK
MAY 23. 1904. I for adJuntment.-Tampa Tribune. Youn reaps tfull,..

__ !,: down. I Local 93 Carpenter and Joiners ol'' pee 0 Bailey y-

The 8L Louis. convention will _I- !1 0 I The result of the Cx.gretonal race America .fcUr.. algIGrad.
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: THE ('OMI'L''iih'l COCNT I IIn this district wa aa those on the I
sate Parker first making a platform I j t A. B. Weaver Pre YACHTS. LAUNCHES SAIL & ROWBOATS
inside predicted- sweeping victory '
.D which be must stand. W. F. Croft, Set
o Tbe total and oOclal vote. a* givento for Hon. Frank Clark. of Lake City. It Referred to the Building TradesCouncil Overhauling and Repairing. Marine Railway.
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The rote received by Senator Tallai',. the Senatorial candidate on bin/ wa the general belief. that be would ;, Feb. 13. 1! \4. for ronsidera-,1,7011 AritaneD MIAMI. FLA

IVwo. entirely; "too" much for b"l 10, la a* follow: "lead and that Hon. J. M. Bam. of thin at which the within demand was ,

U total figure TBllaferro . . .. . r.+Y Jacksonville. would be second: IB the unanimously endorsed.B .
exponents . . . . . .
wit Stockton . . . .. . 1Z.77I race. Mr Clark' campaign was wisely Sutton Pre. ': .

i I Jennings . . . . '.**. managed., and that his friend knew I Seal| U S. t3oel 1. 81'<'. .lle ..

("01. -Jeems" Alexander should have i Call . . . . . . 1.IN the lay of the land wa attested bythe Miami 1"1.. Feb. 13, 19 M. 39 Carlos

trod UH coupon system and allowed forecast made the day before the I i I To the l..trarlora..i.1oe, of

Ike voter to elect tile Ctrl. Instead of I Total . . . . 43,424 election.' They claimed that Clark Miami: j
forllrfy\ SIiQ palm 1.I 1.
NotQI
a.f ..a.-rttac the nan .la tile cane.n For Governor: would have a plurality IB nine conn1tlea. I Gents: Your communication under.

..... >- j[ Broward IS.!!! The result somewhat eteeeded: date of Feb. s. l"> 4. to a T. C. received I Corner Avenue B aid 11th Street. 4><

r. leant and his barrel did not buy Brows . . . . .. 9312 their expectation, for he carried j considered filed and ordered an Gus. A.

.:'*i* Flortda- defecatkNL This was one,Davis . . . . .. . 13.otI eleven This. favorable showing could i *sword by stating that we cannot constitutionally I Muller. Proprietor

: ImeUUM where moaey did Dot make Maya l.sc only have bees mad by a PDU..aa'| enter Into contract*

the mare RociWeeder j who baa the confidence of the maeea. | covenanted with yon on the line you Open all the year

'I Total 44.141 and whose popularity .U everywhere mention: however we approve of arbitration "
how much :t would take toj i iMahe | For Attorney-General: general. It speaks volume for the I when consistent at SZ50 jeer day sad up. Special per week and to COMmercial -

: Job Stockton admit be bad had Bill. I573St. high esteem in which Mr. Clark la held | Respectfully men. Large Sample rt"ooi..

ugh! Tallaferro will tore the an-! Clair-Abrama ... . . HW by the people of the Second DIstrkt.I, B. Sutton Pre.. J'.
ewer abet three weeka heBce.Governor A biter apt wa wagon, centeredand (Seal.l U S. Snell Sec. . . . . . . ',

.t. .- Total . . . .. Uuo I the entire Caned Brotherhood ofC.rnewters --. --- -
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Jennings BOW Jeff B. Browne ..a* elected a* mew him. IB the second primary affair and Joiner of meric m.i.- i No.Wt.: -

Wfeer cba H to override the action ofl I bet National Committee ny a Tote 01 will be different It I* (generally understood Miami! Ha... blare U. 19u4.Contractors Hotel Biscayne

.. a county executive, committee IB [i l.gl3. Cromwell Gibbon received I that Mr. WatwwT* vote will I Asn'n. .Miami. Fla.: I
matter of appointment of a clerk of !
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.8IS.. and Frank W. Pop I.S40. go practically solid to the Columbia Gentlemen: You are hereby, notifleil from \ovembrr

the court for Hiltaborongh county. The Congrewlonal vote IB this disc I county man. He will also receive a that local union 91. U. B. of ('. and J. Opeto Ia.r 1st. GRAHAM, Proprietor

orb 15s trlrt .u a* follow: goodly portion of the Dougherty and i of A. after due consideration' and prneeedlng -
Aad BOW tbe Republican say Cortelyoa Cursor Atenix D
'Hark S.W4| j I Alexander vote The result can harjI according to the constltntkm. and Twelfth Streets
U not voluble for N.tlOIIali' I '
| Barn . 5.1SJ; I I be doubted. It.* re.*
fif, Chairman b
Presumably being a former Democratbe 1 lJuu/h..ty . . . . .. 2.184 I drawn a* they will ..... that Mr Clarkwill I[ Respectfully. I -. -- ----- -- --

.la too honest for them.F Watson .03 I I prove a winner In the primary of I A. B Weaver. ......... 1.-
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4 HOB.V ('. M. Brown reiterate bla.tatfOt Total 11,971i : remember this gentleman a* she Bush & Saffor Piano
U. Col. K. W. Dartsw Co
support
( RESOLIT10XS.Alopted
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GuveraorBroward can now look I him B musing ma'ority over his u:>- by the Contractors Aiwociation 'lBCOtpOT>tad IOUUIH

inevitable l squarely In the fare, and FOR ADVERTISERS. I p..n..L-PaI.'ka TlmesHeratit.n ,' of Miami. .,... to Take Sal n.p=. .:.tat1v..
take his nvdlrtne. It will be given -- 1 Effect May ;mh 19O4.
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bite June 7. Tell your customer IB your adrerU"j j I Since the primary the diti"lon of It baring' tome to the knowledge of I f fi Steinway & Sons. News jYork.

-o- jn*. what want .ale. .mep i '
ing you your I p Mr. Broward'. unexpected large vote I the Master Billder- AssoHrtion that'1I
_ fenafr Tallafrtro apprelale the to lei. them at the ntnre-you wl.isare at the poll has revealed, the fact thatthat i ua..UIrl'art.wr condition have or't tI I : TTmwr =ix. Fluixa c=.. B.s :..

I lMidid vote given him by the people. a great deal of time-your own gentlemen' statement In him I.IB |I I.*>me time exh-t.d In the building letsI ; Other Hich Grade Pianos and Piano Playcr6.

of Dade county and hopw. to sne Its time and tour aaleamea'a time I* his own behalf have led litany per I j I loess. o..ln10. the unwlie and unjust Pianos from $:_g up! Cash or easy }ayments. Tun-
early doubled. Oil June 7, i a* tbe ticket. worth to than the rout of I
more you pie to vote for him under. a mltappre- j exaction of the tra'le unions. ln omiHh and
ni.jy; ; tep.urin| ,:. A few bargains: in slightly
wilt! be M hort! that all who wish to (the advertising pace hen.lon of the tarts In the case. One i that many perron:: who contemplated I -

40 so ran mark a candidate for each t lof the most glaring Instance of this |11 erecting new buildings and makIng ,, uvd pianos... Open evenings.

' orVe. Wan there ever such a thing In the kind I* the statement or several gen- j I Itleman many extensive ld|>roYet f'DI. dnr-1!I L...ooooooooOOOOOOOcI 'XI 000N <
*b-! world a* a really successful: merchant that they voted for him purely i! I Inz the present sutcu-er. have dcot..rr..lj I

Davis received 713 vutn In his hororMBty. who did not advertise! And wan and simply because of the patriotism I doing M. FO long an the present con It r iiilr.irorr' liaa an ability to ,

If .. Putnam, and Browned 15. In there ever such a thing Boy where at displayed. by him la running thej I dltion exist: It I I.. therefore apparent | lisp. a jail full itt negnira to make a ; I

[)un!. Broward' home county. DarlrwHred any time a* a merchant who did ad- blockade and carrying munitions of t that the growth and prosperity of the ;piiid and a<.....>|Kal"l.. hi-riff. Th .p.- "

:.n.a. while Bros'aol had .ertl e and wa not --rDI! Think war to tbe Cuban at the beginningthe "city ha been greatly restricted causing 'I'''> waist a man In lux' iiudtlon who I

sty 1.0S5. home' endorsement area ,' .t over ..Dd111 have the correct struggle' against Spain It wa great Injury to all branches of bnsIness. II Kit ,.... .. Litter |*ril.
foot argumeiiu a.. to the standing of answer soon .learned during the course of I I.II the tae I" 4ef. .vt yen whir are hloI

men. \, these several conversation that these It I. therefore resolved. by this AiI,I uperti"r< In every rwi"l.>r xh"r

or--- The Montreal Star1 weekly' edition. gentlemen. from the reading" of Mr. I... :ration. That we .leclare. an open> ,I'niiortint! .........1.1ft....-*.

Prrhap* If Mr. Darts would exhibit a" a mail order medium .la act forth Broward' literature believed that he bop.. a sliding seal of wage, and. ( -

sows of his board bill and rent re- in a tiny booklet containing lire options bad act hi any way been compensatedfor that nine 11 hours shall constitute. a i An exchange puts It tbD"nd

ce4pt of the Washington hotel keepers from live mail order.advertiser his .ork-tb.t It was purely' a d.,.'. work In all branches of the the days of the defeated candidate areas

and landord the reasons for hi* task net for himself by himself for building trade*. j I grass a.. a Bower In the field. The

being. willing to exchange a 15.01" Job o 'I 1 the sole sake of his patriotic' love for I j It I* further resolved. That we pledge| primary rometh and ......h..Dd l. gone I Clearance
Frank Clark I* certala of a haodme -
for a 13."* one would be .eipUUnn. I ;'reedom. and sympathy for these oppressed -,I IOD..I.... Individually and for the \.- i iociatloa and his favorite haunt kpowetb him
-.> majority over Bats: next Um. 4
The Congressmen are the natural pre people. They had never idreamed that hereafter no discrimina- I BO more. lie retlreth to secret place
j but be nor his. friends .will Mop work Sale ofMen's
JT the Washington landlord. I .that he was paid fabulous {, I thin shall be made between union. and I and ihnnnrth. lIMo fare of all rvi iklndI .
u-til after elertlnn day a* th.IDlfID"
It ems for tbe work. done for the Cuban i Bon-uatoii .labor: and It I* also agreed I HI..,.... are hedewetb with tear-drop.
.o bury Barn forever politically
The Three Friend C'OmIM..tloa hi Junta and that, besides. he carried on ; I that each member of this Association and bU heart !h heavy lk! into .lead.tlrlh .
j I Barn already sick unto death but 53
him no far been usable to realise' a harbor and trade business with these 'i i sun the above resolutions. and that ;j soul I. grievously tormented by Boy'sSHOES
will mate a dying effort to get B few '
where they are at. but will force the' struggling. people-receiving i la every I the same shall he t-.:>ll more vote than he had lat time.
people. late a seined primary just to Instance from two to tea time what ;'I' week .In the city paper as an advertlsement. bath wanted, and be see th before him

3 trove to them that they are not Nit..It. ." 1 'would be considered reasonable. compenaatkm ,I.many boor of weary toil ere he re- ,
but' ". ." and H Ja to be hoped that frobock and Flu are regarded a* .. under ordinary circumUacca Ja. F. Wood worth. Contractor. placeth what he ha bwC HI* wrath. ,

the proof win bs both satisfactory. baring had much to do with the defeat Looking at the thing from the ,, Perk a: Bailey, Boat Builder waxetb b.... and be klcketh himself

'and aatlldnl' C the old commissioners and manyroten later' light It'has IB each Instance appeared i: J. W. Cardy, Miami Tinning and I with a swift kirk, and ralbHh blnnelf,, AT
who would otherwise ... I '
have .- a far .less patriotic work and'at I Plumbing Shop name that reOerteth. upon his Intelll-

The Hearst 'people are very quiet t'ortrd 1 tltl'tll111 sot do u this. time least. some of those who voted for' Muller Brady *: Ma.a.CuntrsrtorsR. His hope of a career of political Cohen's.TOLEYSKIDNEYCURE.

also the primary. Very little I* being na this. account The people realize bin .OB that account have annouaced 1 Q. 8011_. Contractor.M. splendor fadeth away like the dew

said about the remit but since chat good and true men have been their Intention. of going. In the second J. McDonaldPlnnubing.. of the. morning; and hU dream of glory

the deteKBtioB stands 2 to 1 against urned down without good canoe and primary. for Hon. R. W. 0."t... the W. T. Hestlngton. Painter. rul.he>.h Into ,nnthlncnm. ."

Meant, u. News I* contest; hoping 'il resent It. ,old Confederate soldier. who has misled Pierce A: Hardle. Painters.F. .

however that the Hearst delegate no one, nor appealed. to them fora G. Erfert. Contractor.C. .

will converted to sanity before If the voters of Florida ..11I""JI&re sympathetic vote for the duty be J. Rose Artificial Stone MML. she

they reach St. .........Peaacola New* he "borne vote"of Dart. and Broward rendered. his. dear old Southland In : M. Howard and E. K Howanl.

a they will nee a marked difference and Its tbe memorable straggle; of 111111(+.-- 1 Brim tiiutrariors.Gu .
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The statement accredltrt to Jin'Uickuw i '1! the home estimate that tell. as to a Dally Tallahassecan. I A. )1"1.... Painter
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| that he la going Into the ec- >oan' utanding. Davis carried. Put- | J Hourihaa *, Garrett Plasterers.R. par Comae

tnt primary In order to m.ki1'1II'.- am county by. almost a solid vote I Ie Bishop Turner, of the Airless Metbioriist 8. Wilson Contrator..

ferro spend $I,W.*<0 Ie enough to defeat bile. la Broward' home county of I ji Church la a declaration at Chicago F. W. Habn. Conlnctwr. ..

him. and would do an If be bad a.cost i Meal ,owls. received :!'iSI to Brow- say: "God never made a white Fred Dk kerem. ContractorW. Welt palm Bae!7, Fa! -- -- -

-. of a how for any other reason fI""'" l5.; almost two for one. ai. j jr j' m.a. In the beginning all men were A Shepherd. XoveJtj Work. Situated on Lake Front adjotalng '
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'. H *ai t that he pert all tbe 1 U.y r "...1" beat Howard also right In his I li black but In their wandering on the G. Meven., ElectrU-al. .:n.n..r City Park. A cool comfortable pi..'. -

fce had and all he could borrow In the ..-n nerd of the city of Jacksonville. earth many of them become Meat-bed." J. A. Dann. Blacksmith. Make. Yltorf* and Bladder WgMrW
j to stop at. with good table service.
Nrt camprlgn. *o he buuldat think; Hi. next door neighbor know Brow- Bishop Turner ought to remember that L K Hat A.'id. Plasterer ContractorJa

wrong tit tae other feio! s to s.as.da I gel no well that they could sot vote I there have on far as history show Shackleton.. Stone ContraitfiTBob Sample room for traveling men FOI.InIlONEYAIQ

little I... him for UwerBor- I array; been Mirk. men and white men i \\". "-. Brick C

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H. M. KING
(Sic ._, .M BMm He.....) "The Ideal

Funeral Director cud Embclmer. 1
THE UNDERTAKERS.4Bt2th :
uoo yalf11a .. ,

pvw..t An...*. u. T-u$ -pfc *c T....*-. (-. .. Street. Phone 25. Special Sale of Seasonable i

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I Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.

1 THE I $:!tst. The other salt was that of Jai i. J. R. Reiadollar. a well kaowa com- go to Atlanta, where be will purchase -- -- ==

KIDk.ld n. the Western Calm Trielicraph 1 i mfrcial traveler. I* la the city today I some valuable addition to his denutlalnratory ,(: t"
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. '
('0. damage |3 ._ .
-- worth A Currie are attorneys for th,If' xbiiut one ....It. / I See the newest fad IB (ladles croak road length seven gsred. ... ,

MIAMI. fLA.. liar Et. 1WM.i i I iplaintiffj i Mrs T. M. Lett of West Palm Beach I belts, white tan, Mack aid mod Inverted plait; 1M regain $7.16 ..>rt

... Bja ag]* iBBBBBBBBBBBf *BffffBBBBBBng MBBBBBfBBUBBHBBj l g," I its visiting her ....bler. airs Hulls I Mrs. Florence P. Hadn/of Coroa- Special price.w
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MAIL >SCHEDULE j i CATHOLIC COl."VENT.-Tb. plan,* Taylor ... Third 1It"tll18 week.reefed j DUI Grove, received a cablegram today .
1( fur the Catholic convent to be e : announcing the death' .. La8<
Arrive from the North !ion the church property are completed!I. )lr. Frederick S. Morse returnedthis I Switzerland, of her sister. Hiss Anna ', skirt*, Is white; all man tailored perA tags asorta.wt of (Ifc adIIa.

7:00 L a. { ind work will be begun on the build- morning from Jacksonville and Power Miss Power*. who has visited
':55 B. m Ing early next month. A considerabtt e M Auguxtlne.t at the Grove, and Is well known too Price. .. .... ..: .... .... .... ry trimmed aid tBlnr. ..d -_ ..- !'

.. for the North t urn of money ha been rained for thI <.e many of our people, was traveling isEuropewith r 1G ,

':al*a. am. I I lurptwe and thin !I. being conmtantl; Dr. R. E. Chafer will leave "-ore / her brother oa account' i Cornet*.

1:15 P. BU increased. by donations from thom a urn morning for Jacksonville to at- of her bealt% which has been bad for i padre* C B. Canat No. MX mad of : ,

j ho are desirous of aeelnc the tom pie-- lead the meeting of the Florida dents | sonic time la consequence of the sad ', beet quality Battels; Ibis 'cosset" atvw ', _

I lion of this worthy undertaking. It 1i I liI I ...... jnew[ *. Mrs. Haden.will hastea her de- the correct. meat' farm.I .
THC:: WEATHER "
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Wulal.ctoD.-For Eastern Florida: I iPartare : :I Special Brio*.... .... .... .......L2S ;>. ...
: for the reception of pupils by the beI -. W J. Grant, of Fort Pierce. U lathe j for Warrenbnrg. Mo, the family.. ..

nor tonight and Tuesday. I .inning of the next school year city visiting his wit who hu home, tomorrow night to be advent. 1 I No. M7 Warner nut-proof tunet.U .. '

Maximum. U.Mlslmum.72.. bern a guest at the Bay Vlew/ror sevenU during the summer a eonet that. UTCI tile lost aat- ti' ;

FESTIVAL TOMORROW NIGHT-. days. / i 1' I, Isfaettou both for correct shape sad ....: ,

There will lie n church ......1.1" at i EXCURSION: RATES TO WASHINGTON wear .
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the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mm. i C. L. MMtox and RP. BI'O'.t( Special piiM... .... .. .. .. ....LM -. + -
W. H Johnston on Fourteenth st net t Fort Lauderdale, are among the aumlirr Via Seaboard Air Line Railway. .
TOWN TOPICS. 3 1(1'( t..
.1 :37 '.>* all rail. Jacksonville WaxhIngton
tomorrow DI..hIhicII Ire cream of nearby,residents I nthe city to- | to I

| cake and other articles ...11a.... sup I ]I day on business and pleasure and return On sale daily, timI % ( f ire

WlU BUILD NEW HOME.-Mr. W for the benefit of the Baptist chard I I lit to October 31, returning I' : ';
t Mr*. John ". Gordon who spent the Double dally service WriteI .
H. Pent who recently dl.poeec01 his building fund A liberal patronagibe ; sS1IA .
eonnd street property to Mr*. Pris-' n ill appreciated by the ladies' li, season a'1,' late spring\ at her bornenear I A. O )lar onD.II. A. G. PA.Jacksonville .. !'.arr. I I'.r'.r'

cilia Scott ha purchased' a fine tract charge this rttv left last week for net Fla .
home In Atlanta to spend the summer Itt'.5..1rt: .. .. '-
.nf land at Buena Vista and will erect
DAVIS-TAIJAFEKRO all th> moat:... One hundred waists all sixes, all .
comfortable sad commodioustwaatory
then a .
e residence Mr. Pent will / members of DavlB-Tallaferro clulbe I BUSINESS LOCALS. the latent ntyle la lawn, madras and \ .1j ;
the fish on hand tonight at the Fair build \:r and Mrs. H. M. Flagler are now I II Satiate; only a few of each style: .
extensively la
:akeo Upplag engage business and will have a.. lag at Hot Springs Va. where they ..n.I I I .............. I worth |: Wl and $7oo.: W. offer! ..o Lys 1(

enjoying the delightful spring nays fa 1 I I i Sunshine Calf Shoe, for workmen.f clone each t't :.
place! of business at his new home
REV SPENCE HERE.-Rer. J. H one of the cottages near the homestead : :.IJJ The Racket Store Ladles Japanene atilt skirt walati: t

'Spence of New York' occupied the pulpit hotel ; I back and rent tucked tad tri4lm"r:i
MEI.oSS.-Aa- m---;; ;
FINE WATER ,II sell,
If ( or rent a
the church yesterdayjnMirning you with lace sleeves
at Baptist f ; Bishop ; a waist till
demce of what tau be done la this A ;.. \ JxnPadcett. ,. I -::.
i to the pleasure and profit ol r pleasant party i liK of houir, !II> OooJejr tc HorD..r. wilt ....b. S.-laI. . . . ..319 .
eoaaty and section In watermelon cultor John Barn... Miss Kitne1; I
the congregation. )I r. Spence owns a '! i Ladle shirt waist,. same M eat
*. Mr. Markey. of AlUpattah. wa Rogers Miss Bmsie Rogers aunt Miss Homentead. for sate, apply to this I .
property north of the city which he trimmed with lace; bark racked: new t
la the city this morning with a wagon Kittle McGlatery, of Hs-Umls! war office.Watrb.
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Iced of __.. the smallest welghUg ; runs don a occasionally to Inspect and j i In the city yesterday .1"11'.11. I'I. i: sleeve with tucked caff. Special. ... ... .. .. .... .... .$200 t-
i lay uut additional work upon. Mr. and i
and measuring IS I' .
3C' pounds ('ouk"Huna.r'. rental ad ..j
I Mrs Spence have made numerous
inches la length. Mr. Markey sa>* (I friends during former visits who are Mrs. L. F. Knight mother of Mrs for Saturday. E. B. DOUGLAS .
that his crop to Jest comnr In and H O. Houston came down thl mon :
always (gad to see them and who are 1 1h ,
toat he will havr a large yield which i/ I leg from Savannah and will remainseveral WANTED-Five or-.I; room house 310
[ looking forward to the time when they I Ii and 312. Twdfth Street.
.tU average greater size than those mill be here permanently. weeks and possibly, longer a* the year. Address, R., this omce.llenirsted ,

_displayed today. a guest of her daughter on Thirteenthjreet. i .
i WILL ORGANIZE CHAPTER.oI \ Crepe Paper. JO rents per
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HUDDLE8TOV8 RESIDENCE ,...,11.,1.. At the Racket Store
DR. I meeting of all ladle and others laterested --
*Vor_ on the foundation of Dr. Hod- I'' la the organization of a chapter R. A. Bradilork a prumlae. resident ,

4I) u.'a new residence at Fnurieenthstreet I of the Daughters of the Confederacy iif Dinsmore. Duval county. Is a guestla Headquarter. fancy groeerle. fruit School Will Soon CloseAnd

and Avenue C. wa cotpmenrrd. .11a.... held this afternoon at ttut the city for a few days. Mr. Braddock etc. at Wilson Fly*'*. 7

into morning and the bnlld'.ng will be ; o'clock at the residence of Mrs. W. R. Is prominently Identified wltrthe .

rushed rapidly through to completion Hartley corner Avenue B and Tenth lumber Industry of the northernpart If you want Ice cream that to good children will have
your soon a long vacation from
will be of the Uncut and pure buy It of the Biscay. Drill
Ton house one street for the purpose toe orcaaiKBR of the Slat -
___ I books. \V hy not place them i iq the
ax.4 most eommodlon In the city. the .._. c otepoaey. Tory SW' T sae+. eeram

)I. J. 8ligh R. T. Burr and W. I.IXers. 14 < Miami
1,. Conservatory of Music?
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NEW CUWBINO1NE. pt o-. '-..111 identified withthe
Gardner Andrews of the Roral Palm- of this If yon have a house to rent tryCtiwiry
: tomato rure; county returned t lax's you investigated our
lardeaa. now ha a force of eight mea PERSONAL MENTION.Geo hocSaturday on the steamer A HomerFOR .
.1. at work preparing'and braatlfrlaf. the .I Miami from a short business and pie.. "Partial Scholarship Plea?" Anyone is thereby enabledto

grouada. tar next _HIlL The old tire trip to Key West sad ::*...-*. I RE'o.-o..lrabl. eas* rooms, obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely
via hedge that covered the rock pile O. Butler of West Palm Beach **l Eleventh Street, with or without
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( board. nominal cost. Sudcati tarn arraajr l.r ... e1 Predke PI..
a+nag the main eeftraace through t... lia I In the city today. <'II... B. Prttou, of Lake Helen was I .

g-oaa4. to the river, baa been tor. I among the arrivals this morning from Mt*. MrLendon. Franklin Coleman
Bush.
oat sad la its place there will be placte -i Mrs. HL Cu.. of UeFuulsk: the North. Mr. Patton to the well- Director.
... .. Hotel sad doilies can bay gesulaeTeaae..ee
} later la the season tt new cllmMng : .lIle : r't: :: know manufacturer of starch' from the I
I cream at Biscay Drag
..... fcr. ADd.PI from comic root and U here for the purpose I Ir

i'tJ Bahamas 4a4 which'win ..... a 1 W H Weaiherley. of West Palm elf engaging a quantity of the routfnm I'

tach more luxuriant and attracUreCTIWtk. ,:' Heh.. Is down today-oa 00.1_ this section for his factory. language Part''filng< > '* to the learn class the now Spanish being I I. . .i . . . . & . . . . . .

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; A. A. D.mlean..: C --lull o/ Ci.ler. .- )lr. W. H. G.......... of Eau Gallic I r formed by F. C K-right. a proflcieatteacher. I SPIERS & MERCIER

-M-OHT TWO TARPON.-Mr. W. are In the city today< ..a L:. .. '. who went to Havana some few ...1..1 j J

K. Pent report* that he mcnt to Indian **n. returned Saturday on the ...
Pr Teanee cream sale al |
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Ky last week and raccecded In laadtii \lr a-"l l .,' W J. 'T.. tr Miami. Mr. Cteasoa Is well pleased \!'
'Blsrayn' Drug Company.: 1OFirstslas
two cplendld tarpon one of D birhn'xhed ,ler were gUintii in tat \1. .". t. r.l .. with the Cuban Isle but has not yet'1er I
1I Real Estate. Life. Fire and
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?.. pound for the future I ,
a few ounce over < < sr-.. other flak wa smaller and vrljch- :M''..*>. Senl and Malmie Dnuth'it.i there table board may be procured .
at i.I! West Twelfth Street. )In. Accident InsuranceRental
about IK jxiand11TS *-
| and visiting frlenduJnittf \r G. Entoe will leave t.Hnorrow I! -

FOR DM \GESTmo suits .- -',ht fur Atkranrille. where he will *M Tennessee iream la all oar and Collection Agents

vf .t 'aJDIPII were Bled in the : M.<.kie. w ifs amp child ..( St attend the meeting of the FlorId.I I ice cream and also have. the plain ...

nty court this morning TV first! 1u.ut4tre: came damn yesterday mournlug "talo I'tuat A...tatlon. which conrrnes : .

wart bv |L R. Taylor attorney for L. P. and west over to Havana on the In that city on Wednesday.! FURNISHED HOUS2. O lice over Bank of Bay Biscayne

JUnrard. r*. H I* !Cook Fort Dull** Reamer Miami on a short pleasuretrip Rum thefe Dr Enloe ...111110 to Griffin i oa Tenth street for reaL Apply. i Lock Box 177 Miami. Fla.

JCattooal leak garnishee; .......... Gato visit his mother, and will then 1 t this offlca. I . . . ...... . .. . . . . . . .



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tickets of the second series must be sent lOon the firstda"of June and the final count and awards w ill take place 00 July 1st. \\'hen tickets are returned on first of each

month a statement will, be published showing the standingof each candidate at that date. All tee nrws delivered at your door for to cents a week and a tote in the Contest

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? Kiteh.ws T.. L.cawThe L.'r Army .Iforms.
h 1 { M....t.r String 84..... TJI' 'L,. hiied decree
;: CLOUDS WITHOUT DUST. Fr. < U, tile I Lent conk in th( r a
i world ]jwv,.rm their entire wIt k i 1 What are presumably the IUJ'CI! i which i. '>., d-atKki "'; to the bmtovon'nat \ r iA\ifWH fi.

f1 For twenty yean the assertion! of t ilhin the area that U often give j string !bran in the world tort IK 01 III"! 4.rnnati olliiTr

., "!)t. Aitlen bared nn a cries of j I in this tanninin a house of mod seen: growing in the 'gardens of a', After April onlj' the li;.:bt ;r.
( I irate lie to the china closet Alan,, i I refidt-nt of Pasadena beautiful experiment, that cloud fur tile Aiucruan, folioing hi* range fr"io thirty; in f..rt.'-I h..... are urn a :.:....1| .Ir,11! I already, 1 i
cannot form in the air without du.t Inches in len/th. and owl!li f' Clubbing Rates.
j Enzii-li.ntt: *Mor, hiu fallen into tbe ; atcra i Diin nttiti r* till pru'er the black
j particle to serve as nuclei! for condensation an inch in width. Tlnv
: habit of Citing+ an undue amount I are not e\-\ t with il< nat red collar and
has been accepted, but of only eutrmoiuly lar: ... but the .
--1 iiiiM| rui>cc to the kitchen 01 I cuir' Hi majesty decides upuiitbi .
.tf now Dr. Aitken hiniM-lf leas made a I 5rujiortioa. of the bouse. ThuI make a delightful; taLle1.1. 'icsc> ':niforin> of all lii* many re,.i imenti' 19 ,.. ,(
.. little Mn>aiion by dirproting hit I tliitlt-no ri-actj upon itself and itj 1 1I. when : own previous ftatement. lie hrs j j urn; tie that: the exaggerated;: inipori 'j with errant rod butter. The tine brmi.i hit 'lias I+ the kji-cr'o consider- ;g;
found that certain ga e*, fuch a* vatic guru to the tenant problem,I bear profuM-ly, and the lienn are '"1 atio:. ,.".j! anrtmn or di.jpproa'The ', The |people of Dade County will want all the news

>. hydrogen peroxide, sulphuretted bydroeea ) |I in l hiitnnilry is !leas nnarbidablrilmn I large that one of them U : '" .11 "f the new Colonial: this year as it is to be an interesting one be-

it; and chlorine when preset the ordinary !bouevife sup- a single* JOf'.naD coin forta bit Schui tr r fa tie atmosphere are comcrteJ by I II., | ...-..... If she could once be brought.l I manage These bean are of th 'y k:!,". l.i-l.l vdinu: Uiote and alL causje
the action of nuclei I arl.tH-ratic and do claim
into species
sunlight to t M-iJtT trie-ling tie area now r not -- ---, -- !
upon which cloudy condensation can gi'eu to the kitchen and the closed alliance with the common strin; -- -., -- National State
A BKaaL C
urt Ir'idiot.
i take place. Accordingly, although i conmiled s'i\h it might it not U > bran. California botanists class i and County
i .11It" ordinarily n.je*.ary for 1 fanny that the ordinary routine ol I : them AI belonging{ to the genus do- : ll.aa.I'..! : the m.eiie '.: a train
t. cloud formation jet qlouda' ma) | household life would more along, j', IK-IHW, but owing to their great fug pa a;e of amis between a jude: -- =- -
form in dustb>.s air mile" above the monmsih. and with lei friction!: t length they are more popular! i and a prisoner rix-ently." "You'rean

earth. It should be added that i - i .'e.sir.. hijMnl Metropolis
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prisoner
when his original conclusion u are native of China and J.I..n..ni .
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V were not a judge 1 would
published Dr. Aitken admitted tbe i ipouibilitj A Caw W.-th Trytwa.fir.t the need were sent to California "
grate you a thru-Inn-/ that. "l: s Has perfected
that sunshine might create from Jaoaa arrangements whereby it can offer "
.' \l\nrnt''I'-.We i-sn't fr of r ...-"lIertc iera.. jou care to bear n lui I am ):guing tu such attractive for 1-
nuclei but be has only i ; rates various
ganeous tlie
| with cs+e. Our client ha< n.rrnnod newspapers
the I I I
address before give you n |piu.i judge, "it in
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recently established the fact that it i to an .anitaiY that there shot-Id be
i for action; no excuse: for
three day for unIncoming people remaining -
'*' eongre<" at Manchester Knglan-:. IInl'ra..oulllt'ot|
I i' IIi Purinero ground for aitwn 1.Iauur.II.I.I.lkin, of in ignorance as to the happenings of
Dr. W. X. Shaw made the interevt
highly -
? AVhi. be' worth million! the
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Irwitai IK ., V ing suggestion that it may >I.e
*** <::1. el.II.J Plain Denier. Srhat
doou think of a
the prisoner
practicable to remote smoke of -
Shoes of nearly every description -=-- -= -
-.. ironed with a hot or arm iron Mr. \\ hou IudJ-\ year age great cities in a manner somewhatresembling judge who Fenteiiir" a man before
t A lIMn time ago it would hare beet |I today, dear--do.!OU remember?- that in which their ev. consulting; a jury : The jury acquitted RATE.
1 thought peculiar to iron men's hoes I I I we sere ti+bing, and larded you. :1 age i* disposed of. lie calculated the pntoner.L

with a warm iron instead of treeing I I Mr. Walton Kodd; -Ye*. Was I that about TjlMW.UOO tons of smoky **' ..ti....

then I but it is being done with thebest game? f I'air would have to be removed from The bi. of Gibraltar whole
remits in some factories. This I ilrs. Walton Rudd Yon .were 'I London every day in order to keep death i if just hop announced once' The Daily Metropolis
doe not include wax or other I but 1 reeled you in. > its atmosphere clean. It take was One Year 1
pea} the victim of the late
I pope's gentle and
Mr. Walto'n; Hodd You certainly! 1.000.000 tons of water a day to
calf stock, but it does include nor carry but of '
did lead me a tLauce.-Judp. off the of London. Firehundred peculiarly penetrating gift .'
calf. Of course the warm iron pro*< sewage sarcasm. He was admitted to an : Daily 1 imes-Union $1O.OOSemiWeekly
.. i ia much cheaper than tbe ol: | electrically driven fans, andieni-c the Vatican and according ,
method Has UM 1'1Mr. each delivering Mo.oOO cubic feet of
of treeing and dressings i
therefore its general adoption is nmuilikely. Barncto( Shedd. who %has justIvug air per minute, would carry off all to t1oe to present Hand seemed hi rather!j, Times-Union '5.50
disposed on < dignity.
It is aol vnm ual now t. I 6ai.hd a It'ttn-fuJIJI that the household smoke of London. '
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iron patent finished leather, but it |i you >liuld write such long letters What the exact cwt would be Dr. with tbe subtle effectively opening nonplusedhim "I belie \i'i'{ Weekly (Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
to } ur sift when have so little Shaw did not know but he '
is you
with Union
thought
usually preceded a light '
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*e, lord that I have the honor 4
tows in !IM'r wl|MO the is tbe results my 12.00
dressing of oil.-Shoe and Leather i! present. might be worth the -> *t.OU live
in s dioceve/
$SI".J.l-Xnl at all When 1 am to your Ijnbhip' With Atlanta Journal twice a week
Ileporter.l London Chronicle. '' $3,3e
_' i iTk writing i hate the floor.-Boston. JI_ Z.atawl'. Af P.0.1..... With Weekly: Palm Beach News _
H7p.p ._.. Tnnol'f' pt. Under the old age pension law of A .1 ARTUXO TR-4T. $2.
It seems that the hippopotamus t tb Hew Zealand a draw -- .
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to" be exterminated it is hardly "I went to California" said tbe petition must be sixty-dve dear. uf To ate a bfr. Ur T. G. )lrrrl, 01jo. Old subscribers
probable that the hippopotamus will age and iuu>t hate roldcd'in New ebtioiiaiiT.. Pa.. mad mustpa'all back dues before they
enjoy this .bat it will be a good I I dj.hll"rultbt-d forit-niiKT'." western man, "as a Zealand for the precious twentyfit teat remitting la a wonderful a startling ew. ,{ can take advantage of these offers and cash
thing for mankind according to thllJ.ooJ.D I I yean, must not Late been imprisoned in advance must all
-j .i-ar ur'- rejoined the ery tnI He writes, s pMJrnt ww attacked\ accompany orders for
Globe. The intelligent animal for a period of four mouth these combinations.
"Were markeddown with violent hemorrhaicra rsaoKt. br
constantly attack boats, 5e1d>>|I I noving+ girl. you during the last twelve yean for ant j
from r Wa I nlcerstioa of the stomach. I had
fifty >hingtoeM oWn
and garden, and "what he does not offense punishable blmpriaoDII'M'Dtfor
) found Klwtrlc Bttters ADDRESS
,eat," says an authority "he ait on.- ', r. one year and must have led a excellent for i
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Now be M himself to be sat on. We H* Knew. tile FNNw. sober and respectable life for the mte atoiuarh and liter trouhtai ao Iprmcrlbrd -t"
trust that those in charge of the **ll. ever had previous Cre year Hi yearly income them. The patient gamed J
rantpaign, sill remember the advice, of for nuu heartktl the palpitatior uuurannexanniivr. mast not exceed t60! or hit I from the firvt. and has not had aa at- **r Miami

of one of our foremost naturalists j net capital $1 1,350. and be must not lark In foartmt DXMitha. CWtrie '* Metropolis.

and "kltoot the hippopotamus with > -\> .the hate deprived himself of propertyor I Bitters are pwiUrely guaranteed for
t IU"replied. mao
young '
bulleu made of platinum" for if'' blll,11I1I1'ioitlly.. "I'm engaged Ube income to qualify for a pensio-j. I DrspMlax t Indication. COOVStI Patios
! < they use the other kind bia hide will lujrrn-d."-i'hibidilphia! J'rHa. The full amount of the pension i.Oyu U and Kidney tnMbhv. Try tb.-m. Oat> j i iOr
i R aurtly flatten 'em. a tear parable Bionthlv. (, at all drmtclsta.' .t

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GEO. H. MEYERS
I eW- UNITED STATE FOR lUE SOUTH- aoalaoltoo: ., ajllfc.aa .

I I iatN DISTRICT or FLORIDX apparatus I I. \1M la Orauay tertk

IB ll.. matter et Caadmiuukm of Laml pur lira'Ion of milk by otfoalxatto too

Electrical Contractor :,; between BteemriM Bar and the Atlantic _.lnk". that the milk roel.....
| Ocn: *. la a .eaael 1 Suw. It hBlB a thiaatraaaila ,
i I. another .......1 l plarrd ....,.... Ta
jTh President of the United. States W
wirnaldrarhon pnnuof a .iroif H o>
; America trir bal)t."are ..>arranged that the light
I 1113 1 I Avenue C. |iT. Joi. P. Horr. E*|.. railed. 8..... 'Ian. .pae* IhrvtcH the ....-... or Bear It.

1 Manhal for the .Mtlwni District et j,I The oaoae ..II.'t M tbercb> rk geaderad
Estimates for I Florida: OrMtlnc from the ".)..>B uf Ue air .. ..... U heI

I ...... know lo Eluthan T. PI.U. Mary I I mflrieni to kill all atfcrooraaataBMloataibrd

Eleetne Light \Wiring.\ Bell wiring. I W. O.bom. rnnk Ortnra. Sarah. C. Ojbora. .- '', la the mil*.

i VIola U O.born. D. D. Hcndrfck00. -

4 Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. Sunn C. HmdrtrkMn. and Parr W.

I Ob"irn. Executrix ale Prank O- '' A POSITIVE NECESSITY.

born Executor or Uw hut win ud tnta. -

FREDK. S. MORSE sent of Esrm A. Oibora. deceased cad Marine to lay upon mj bed for 14 .
all ether ccnoM ...__... la the follow. I II '
day from a severely bruised lee. I
I lag decrtbed laid; that found relief when. I Sold a bottle of.Ballard' .

4 I _Wk r.aa a petition wm filed ta the Snow Untment I can cheer _
REAL ESTATE above entitled
mUM Brartnc the
sear fully recommend It th beat'awdlrtne
dem...Uon of certain lands for tile mie a* -
of the fnhod States deurrIbed a* follows for bruises ever sent to the aTUct

t OflScn up tuir Cor. A,.. C and IS tb SI. :: Commenrlna at a plat South .... It ha BOW become B poalUT* aalalty -
Watch this space M.datrini 5* mlnuM west M fet freaitk & upon mrelt D. R. Byra**, .
amnkei'X r..rner of tb
northwest
Miami. Dade Co.. Florda. quarter of ertl..n W. la lovnahlp S4 merchant Dorenrtlle. Texaa. 2e tee

_. .o.tk. Jft.ce a owl m.....c thence watkd '1.011. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacr.
for change of u a >.r- M BilauiM eut about 11 feet TWO IS BtTTIE THAW 05C-
to lb..hor..t tb* AlUntle Oeoan. th.ncsfollowut
POWERS MEAT MARKET c veto shore muiltorrjr for ...... Here's a pointer for the. Mrraorouareader
ITi feet thence annh t de m. M Masts *t Ton
wait to
eats mosey
Florida East Coast Railway went ialnnc a line parallel to aaddUiaat and we know how t* help you. W.
Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. at right ana-lxi from tile aortaem ei Iz it *o yea pay a little more th*
UMiadarr rf ..... tract et hud ..... the of oo* ..4 th Iwo
Sausage; Hams, Poultry, etc. .....-n....... IMI tort f>'te-:t O5: fe..r U lowwaLr volt price want. Tbe paper price of gas th* Dairy

:JOS AVESrE U MIAMI., FUMtlOa. mark ... 1IUraIta,. Ibearoaortberly rimea-CnMM: and Citizen ha. roeUj
Schedules. fotlnwlnaKiU low water mark "bnu" rediwcil w the following pries.Three .
anant 1>M feet the south a ...fin ..
I. tnlnut.-.mq ..._. a Mn* aaralM tx *. II. -
Sis m.oii the. a tit
Are You Going to Build ? ou.hern n'.1 rthrtinl at right of angles from the OM> ,. d MWe
Douadary that tract of laid
bent dnrrltied. JSO e feet) about SH fort pre,.. (A .ead lou hoth ...
(a tht. taint of ooea..ce iaiin. rmuai- belly and smndty TioMC-Caioa ale
If so, or'it you need building material of an) CiUi. and tit XBTBoroLi for
Inc C.. tens more or ..... ta Dad e.I ...- :
kind you should not fail to see ,. PlotVa: Sis soothe. $ tO. ..
Taorefora thin .. ,It&P.. ... . S m.
pnaoat are t* c mraaM -
I..... and ears of tarn, and any We will need von the Heml-WeaAly
; aid all per pets tatoroatod .. or aarla* Tt. .- nio. a>d Citizen and th*

JI A. McDonald & Co bens upoa old ...... t* bo sad appear Miraorou:

before the OrcuM court *f the TJaiUdButo Six _' for. ..... ...... ... | I N '
\ per tat ......... DtatrM of Ptor- Ore year. ..,. ..... ......... I N .
I Ida at Jackaonnn .. bfs daa. Jim
.l r .... ant then and thor to aa> any ofejoeUon Thus for ti eeata more than th*
price of the dal'',. two
Dialer In t.ambtcr. Uths ShlMlwB. lit.aldiag.;.Cal... Brick Um< they ouy hare aid the chew what for Ifty cease yi more frt this the paper.aid rff
10 Intent they and each of them
C.*w.t.Plaetwr. Malt. Etc. :I la tile property koratabvfor daaerlaad.sway have slat price uf t-amorous,yes (..* .
Yard aad Onto*.&_..D and Nth ftcrect.Wilson's. the Semi-Weekly! Tla eUa_ aid
and to skew cane. U aay they cav why
Citixe aid the ,.,... and Frail
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said bud should not bo ....*,,od as
Grower.
cording to law t* the vat of tb* UartedStatoc .
: and why Mcb .......*** a. to seed your .boeriptioB to .*. Vast
Novelty provided by law vhoaM ask ho had; whya la advance always at theoe price "
jury should not 1M aHlBMaWH*** !. aUaWH C Twi- Mrraorou, ,
M Itail T1.Cooley .
WORZ the damages: why a judaa at of coadainatlnii '.
i B aSooVI DOt ho entered ......
: I If now la operation aid h 'h the verdict of tile aald jury. ta avraaaco *- f I I I I i I I i I I i I i I i
cetvs order. of the Statat ta aneh ease mail
sea BroTldod: why such other aM fur-
FOR ANYTHING IN '
thee proccodlBC aa say be arovt *d bylaw
WOOD NOVELTIES. ta such caM aa nay h* narioxry t* &: Horner i iI.
Window am door .. enable tile raked Statea t .lr
Co. window ao| e a nor
J. A. Robbi s'& and doe frame., Ran Satires. atair fort and fee simple title thereto should
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not be hiflWttneaii Tic Real Bute iiJ Rcitil ASCIIS ; '.-
work Inside trlnmlac of All kind the Rn..nr M ........* TT Pat I. _
ter. Ce'-f Jnloe of tile Buaroia Court .
-I- Hariie and: carriage R. S. WILSON I of the Cnlxd States aid the Seal .,I.. List Yon Property With TWi. ,

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. this Courtt the City of JarkatMrllto.ta .
Depos1'tOry.Qualitr t I I
ARM DlMrirt M th' twentyerreBtkday
is remembered long after price is fL*.. aXD ..r1IC1IC4T.01a.FAVIAIIrc. day ofiirlL A D. 1"M A flae pave ., bay front property. : .
K: O. 1X"CK I with ripanaa nr.hu, within a few i.tout.
oer I .-walk of she (mince*enter -Ze.-
forgotten. nt Mi.Bi being MO fret OB bay aid
400 feet ..ft'balac a hK of gsa ..J.bit&riliC .
ORDER FOR PrBMCATION.
tree .. it. This I lea In*., .J,
Quality Mkes the Bargain. la the CrmU Court S.venta Judicial. place for. a waster boot*. w
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Circuit n*<1" County Florida. & -
48. Itr ltih Strwt.B. I i!_ &%A1JF1a ..h.1tect mad 3BTalld Amelia Ray T* Wad H. Ray eiTore 32S Twdfti Street. Sillier BId. 7t- ..,

I BOW bar U m r employ OM of th* It apporiac by affi'larlt appended to -MIAMI, FLA. J a

beat draftamaa U UK South, sad a* tile bill la the abort stated cease that ftC'
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better prepared than ever far bnI8I. 't-ti II. PIT, the defendant OrU '

., plaaa ud detail for good boDd- U:1tf'o1. U aoa-midmt of tile State of

HEAVY BLACK8M1THIXG inc. fla* cabinet work,. etc.I Florida and I* now r<.idat. of Port White Eagle Batter S.oc.-.
Hone-gbneiitc. Wa* n '* Carriage Work
am BOW headquarter for tarn.d land. Oregoa. and I Ia orrr ta* age of
F Haven All Kindi RepairlBff.
"" l//l1/ Brazing and Solder* work, scroll aawtac aid an work .* twentr-on yrar: It Ia therefore ordered Fair Clin. \o b.diq: -

All Work! Guaranteed. Fint-CIa. ally done ta a Brat dUI plaaJnffnUH that said BOn-rcatdnt defendant Bat Sirrke: ii the Cit)'.

Bead DM roar 0I'd.... far door t sad b* aid to hereby repaired to appear to A. COLBY. Proprietor.

Shop 800. Avenue: D. window frames balhtttm. bracket the bill of complaint fled la said dame 302 Tueifthen.t.

etc. sad be coeviseed os or Won Maosdar. ta* Ctk dar of

In A. D. not, othonrla th* allecBtroo -
MIAMI. FI of maid bill win b* taken a* coa- Clubbing

- -- teased by said fadaat. .

& Co. It .. farther ordered that this order
S.EABOARDAir M t Neill '... published oar a week for four eou- E> Rates.You J

'_UY. weeks U tk* Miami Hetrop- .

I Sale Stable12th olla (Dally) s aewcoaper peals *d b can save money by subscribing -
Livery Feed and ,
Line Railway said eotiatr and Stat*. for the papers

This Ind day of Ma,. 1 M.
Street West of Railroad.We E. C. Dear.oni.Oerk you want through
FOR:
-A( have gently horses. broke for ladies to ride and drive. Circuit CourtS The
O. FrilLs.Deputy .
Savannah Columbia, Camden Southern Pines, Clerk

Raleigh., Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Good Comfortable Carriages, Robert R. Taylor Metropolis.We

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

can give you the

Three Elegant Trains Daily. I Reliable White Drivers. Daily Times-UnionJuid' J

Seaboard New VorkJ i M ited. I koala*** Before ,l* *w*.
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Seaboard Express Seaboard Mall k...* ...... .*>**....P...,.>..<>...>.4..<........... Joni Miicbell told B tory recent Daily Metropolis for :
if in tine Hover dab of Phi1.Welpbiawhich t I O.co a year or both

Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida Pastime"Iooustrisl He ira wu talking of a certain about grim the teriou-humor. I for six months tot

Record : oeM of life, and his story bore eMIt $5.00.
Tb* a.a>,irt \*. Teet LI-**.* to a natlbalrd trala. e..l..4 arlwnoiy ., ralbaai I i I
11'u-.J --, **..**" .-- rtejae" .... a* ernlloait. ear*operated ; Augutls..d JaeafcM riM,.New Twit via W*.ni.._..IrartoaM.. t_lBe.III" ._. 't I PublidllJl eo.. .
who lived in.
__, t2ir.m.ealr.tlpallaN this trris 0-..."",.leal..ald l) ... I .. Is ...... tea puSlieatisi.( a _MiI.n7 in..eraad f.....' Listen, seamstresses The :
44Oaly ____..t --. M_." ....-*..... It will to.....,.-1_. little room and earned their bread
I !IIoc...."CM ta M. EMM* kr CMP. .> _,....l Me w4 wummm. Balfwl Bad
line operating daily through sleepers fron. : .n. mnliiMi ->..rra..ack l..i... .OWI(MM*.i.r..ai.r to '...gLad by leving. They were jwmg Metropolis
I .M It.M.M r.to-vvr-Mw JMVWM rtbvtMt PM pretty, bat they seldom laughed. Daily
Jacksonville to New Orleans.For lrICL.4.-T b. i.CM4 Ci mfmmt nffct*to Man tki ..kuc..tio. with a bees-Sd.
..b.erpti..-..saw b..4lW <>..... .. T. .4. tko the f..ll.wi.g ".tra..d.ww.ap'r Tbey never wore eoaaely I clothe.
__far a_It... rUttaMMk ..- aM our .. I..nat R.uwd a o
C*.JwkvMTiU. .....Mtbb._...Hw a"y. will to.......< tor _r flaJustrkl ._k They did nothing bat lit IB t stooped > .j

.npt..s.E"7.....rbi..--_.bq m.o.a.e ..... .......I. la ((8i..._out ass _...., attitude sewing all day and B SemJ FItCH,
fail information and leepr reservations call on any agent of th ,...nlnolar..U w.11 __by.aI I food part of the trtBiog. Oa
a.ai.My a _..If.' ntbegrap Md ai when the out ThnessLnson j
I pt vac gaits worn
Seaboard or write _.T.r wr\ti.. tabt.t aad albew ... l.er e ----- ,
...._..,_ rl.saa.o..etr!ec..t. I with labor the 1"Dr.id U" the
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A. O. IcDOHHBLL SIt. C1s. Pm. tL JicksoDTillc Fit W" :: older sister: "Oh, dear I wimp v. $5.50 !
a
Record Gomoarfrcitonrille. ...... were both dead!" The .&& Ii&- yea.

S. C. BOYLSTON Jr.. Pass. A Tt.WALTtK FU f I Uri month took on B grim smile. M Weekly Metropolis and SemiNeeklyTimesUnion .
the returned: "Be till and work both

'. e#+............ #.... ..+....... -- .. ..... ., kard. BaaineM before pleanI ,*.- :
one year S2.OO.
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L CO.AHAII 'AXE8 x. JAC&'I()S. 1m. 3 L I"\TTIII.I'' T* CUM aMaM _
!'No ae.t =,-.p-., eve-...art ,._. CentrallvLocateo : Braes and ailrer ware are often
The
!I neglected because to much rubbingU The Pompano Inn,
-_ i required to clean them. Her ii

, Dade County ,Abstract Co. I given a very simple Bad root useful IS.. MeComb, Proprietor, I
PROPRIETOR
recipe: Take a cop of whitingand
Pompano, Florid
1 .uM"I.Tt.. P oneerE.UO"EU I fill up the cup with cold water.

I Pour this mixture into a bottle and .
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St'WELL BCiLins G MIAMI. FLA. add one ounce of ammonia. Shake

R .\TE $j.oo TO i J..5o PER DA I veil before wing. Wet a flannel Accommodation tor gentleaea' ;
-- --- rlolh with this and rub the silver only. Produce buyera sad aolicitor -

i J'i t.'bw axaraw aad _...... Abaracu-..:-...-... TllW+ _...1. Ir... lea! m Hotel Corner A\enue B and nth street : and brave afterward polishing until will find that they cu
,jI\...... ...beset .11.... :. cover
I. sty e. al.a' W be..N.a Itaa. w.". : ( 1.1..... more territory in a day
I i;I > MIAMI, FLA. i': from here than from any oth*
&0 point oa the line. I

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50: pair ladies' oxtortis and 17 |lair Hanan's .noand 7.00 3.:; men's :umbrellas were I We want wantroom.

slippers, were $2. 2.5.1 $1 I Shoes to ;go. at 9 75 '.75..tojfo at . : $I.IS money--we

and 3.00 to tf<> at. . . . . . 27 men's umbrellas were We want to clean out
2.50 to go at. . 1.85 I
50 pair ladies' oxfords and t 05 p.lir men's white canvas 22 men's umbrellas were I I --all odd lots and will do so I

slippers. were .;.5o tfO OCjo oxfords and lace shoes regu3.50.. tugo at . . $2.65 I i
-.O J but l ly' cutting the 1 price in two.
P tar
4.00 and 3.oo. to < price v 50, new roods --- ;I

are slightly soiled $1 QC 1:; little IMMTH'Bailor ..uit.. SOc I, And I will make it interestingtoall.by
were $1.1111. to at I
17 j air ladies'white buck oxfords to jjoat :go
22 )littff sailor uitwere '
boy" ->
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}. were" fc.oo. ff 9to 25 fl.5ii. t.u; at. 85c giving 15 per cent y-

goat. . . VJ. ---- I UboT*:linen w ash suits. I ""
i I : were" $2.:;I.. to go at $1.85 f oil on all regular I goods,
: white canvas i 11 b.."..' cra..h e-uiti.. were t, s
A shoes andmen. were 2.50 25 ladies umbrellas were Leslie:: 'tog'at. 90c FOR THIS ONE DAY.
.. 1.50, to go at . . 95C 17 men .. linen "a-h *nits. $3.65
and 3.00' to };0 $1! 00 ,I" were .;>i, logo at.

at. . : : 2.;: ladies'umbrellas: were 0mcn'wb., raw hat.. were 5&
I $1.110. $'1.25 and *!<". to ;goat Tin' ..I.." are ju-t a fee ..f the, many bargains: ".eK r
.. men's Vici ISals. 2.00. to go at. . $145 .5 men's straw hat. were CI nil j:i\e next Mouthy: we al.o return to each co.-
27 pair |patent. Ji $!.:;))and S3. to go at Jl.1 00 t..re-r 1 15: |*T cent on all regular; '''id*. Remember
were 6.00. to go tf O CA 13 l ladies'umbrellas, were 17 OunUpfS draw hat c2 50 tin. iUU. ami conie earls t>r TOM will Lr I c't"rla..tin"ly

at. . . . . 3. zo. toga at . . $2.65 to go at .. . T( w r t.ATK.
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to Lawrent E. Jeffrie, for Ilifl: kit 11 the present chance occupant of th r SECC..II PHIMVRT C.\SIHO.\TES.
,, White House be suddenly daubed t. World's Fair RatesVia.
JI' i blk t. Baldwin's sub dlTigion. *
NEWS ON THE BAY. ..
flelon the list Of those mho mil
..j tJ. ,: Warrant dml-La_rr-no E J'ffryen the ground and another than be b
to. a&MCCft. CN *CN Kie'CdKO and wife to Joseph Rsmiul!. lorI chosen to head their ticket. MlRoosevelt I have to i.iake. the ri-e in the _:und:
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,pi Captain Hienkd. of the Seminole.rwrried I $1>'. kit i:. block 11 Baldwin's nub- himself professes mnfl<1ncin .. i primary on June_ Tlh for thu count .

'. 1 out yesterday City Cl.' M K. division his nomination 'as strong as thai t t I jT'i| ,l'nlle: <1-l.l.il.frnxl- ;;- -'
.. ,, .... .. warrantee ilmxl-Fort Dallas land announced by any of his lherenti.J l .
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They went as far as Ca* ar's Creek Co. to J. W S<'dd. for Slat, lot 1. blk. but even as he utter his profewlon.)I JAMK8_ !' .:.\I.J.M-'KltKO n_ The L. & N. R. R.A'&

it gad mm prepared for tarpon but %7. MI. '11. of assurance his words awake an erh, JOHN X.mernor. '. "l"'KT"X. .,

_It BOB were sma. They brought hark.. o Insistent doubt and uncertainty H'' .... .. ._ i I
t craxnttr STATE NEWS. looks abead and sees a .clear smllini.. < Vote fur none )
however, abnnt flity-fivq!! -- .
,. sky but low down on the hoed y4)I NAPOLEON a BROW A1U.
the mult of the oatlnc. Mr John E. Uanhall. the well- I '. f'irI.d.E"cur:i'.J1I I'ntcfrom J jacLM.n\illr tI St. Lottit jtul return, 1
t I there Is a cloud that needs watching X R. "" DAVI8For
The lunch Leslie carried: over to known attorney of this city has been :-East Coast Advocate. I *.r-eniaitv in C.....:...... I begins ing Apiil 2>th; ticket- ...1.1 I | daily._ ;'
Bear's Cat this moraine a large a-s r" selected as the representative of the (Vote f. r one.) :!i1">.SS return' limit I>n:. 5th. $33->o return limit 60 .!.aka. $27.50 !

Bandar school pirate which
log the day there. of Florida to give an address of .e<- Miami and Dad county Interested li M IIAKK8For ::l'n-il1 Coach: Eur..ions $:').95 roun I tnp: Return lirui' 10 days
.' ---- rome to the embled Federal end [learning. book-keeping and rtcaogr -
Secretary of State.'Vote from dote, of Mle. Ticket..old only on M iv 16th and| .
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The aum.Tlldat Japlter Captain Confederate soldiers who will meet ph;. and the Metropolis proposes k fur onJAME8.> 311.rtpomliiij
} RoM was hauled oat today at Per in reunion at the World's Fair In M. make It possible for two of thorn h I E.CLAT UROtUI.I ., ('" ; .low ratrfrom other pointsThe l'
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Bailey's boat yard fur the purpuM of Louis. Jut) IS Among the other speakers I have* a chance without tile coat of i H. CRAWPORlT"For -- I
; eleaalnc and palatine her bottom. are Gen O O. Howard Joseph single dollar. For fall details of m I l. & N. Is THE BEST LINE to St Louis. .
Pmnerutbig Attorney.
Vheeler. Daniel E. Sickles. H. C. King 1 plans see the sixth pap of this paper Vote fur see>
Mr. E. B. Douglas and a party of C. H. Omrvenor and other prominent I! II r. ATKNW XItflBT. Tor M-holulrs xlecpin-; isr re..ration ,,r further information,
friends spent yesterday at Cap Florida Palatka News. -- -. \t rite to
'aboard the launch Anita. . .............. 1 R TATt/ '
The shipping season is on. although HOTEL ARRIVALS- For Tsx Cntteetnr, J. .M. FLEMING C. l. STONE
The schooner Hytrrr arm'M tics! It will not be very active for a week _,I'4 (Vote for one. .> : fl&. ...... ArX.206 W. Bar BL JMajOBTill. 0. .... LomiiTilla.; : I
moraine from Key Went with a large!: or 'two. The pineapple grower are I e I T. \. iAfTIKR .r.

cargo of ptoea.J. matching their fields with some anilety. .: BAY VIEW R IL LF.Xonx. ,!
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as It Is more dlfflViilt at the beginning W. H. R. GI_. Eaa Uallie; W > I For (' .t.. AaeewOf ot '1..'".
H. Tatam and two g ahvner I of the season, the ripe pines ,Grant. Fort Pierce; E. B. Bosgret city I (Vote for _)
VMBta from Tennessee spent r esterdae being more _UPrlDI(. J. E. Andrew E. J. Strickland.. Jack.onvllle; E. D. OBO. O. BtTIR. SEABOARDAir
at Cape Florida aboard die stoop Zora. {made his first shipment last Saturdayand ,Rowe Palm Beach; J. E. Miles, Per- i C. U XIMANIES.For .

G -- has followed with two this week.C rlne; Judge M..kle.Ife and child. 8t t,..... brut Our .
Now that the weather 11.tate i| T McCarty made his first shipmentTuesday .,, Augustine; E. A. R"II....... Savannah: (V* for oneE. .) Line
tore favorable the work on tae film Railway
and nays they will be ship R. A. Braddork. Dinsmore; W. H. C. DEARBORN. -
la betas pursued with greatlUpatrl. is
ping every few days 'now. At Jensen Weatherley. West Palm Beach; J. s. FREDERIO. .:
and rapid headway bring .u Tb? .
"_ Sorensen and Austin have I FOR
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tug Boa Accord went oat this. morrlntwtth For Wwrtff.I i
made a number of shipments and a Mr H L Cook De Faalak Springs; I I (VM fur one) .
a Urge barf of rock wUrt w ill
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Bomber of others who bare pine under J. I ABRAM
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Mrs. U L. Dodge city; W. A. Bates
to pared today. I __ Savannah Columbia, Camden Southern*
sheds, are picking some very flue Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. T...- Jolts rROHOC'I '.-:. : Pines
LEGAL, PAPERS. fruit The quotations la New York dell. Cutler; J. 8. Wlgglntoo,. city; Jas. I Raleigh, Richmond Washington Baltimore,
are from |3 to $4 and the Indicationsare Pagett. Mina Kitty Rogers Miss Rogers. DlSSOLt lOS OF PARTNERSHIP. Philadelphia. New York.

The following dents were Ilk-d forrecord that good prices will prevail dnr1 Miss Kittle McGlatery, Hallaadale Notice .is hereby given that the partnership ''I'
la the efcrkV olS..., rtrreomrt It Ing the season as the crop Is going to A. A. Pooler. C L. Mull Cutler; R. I' lately existing: between wall Three Elegant Trains Daily.
today: be later than usual and will be distributed Sloes Brerktoa. N. Y... J. H. Wilson Iter I M. Newman and U I. McNeil, of Seaboard New York Limited. :;

Warrantee deed-Walter WaldJn and over. a longer period than Bradford. Pa.. 8. O. Jacke. Buffalo: I I Miami Fla. under the anti name of Seaboard Express Seaboard.Mail
wife to Edwin B. Lent, Inc',1oM. Iota last year. The Cuban crop has alan C. Y. Mattos. Fort Lauderdale: W.PMsmore. 'I McNeil A. Co.. bus this day been dlsj ,

9 and U. Mode 117 Miami been almost disposed of and will not Jacksonville; 8. P. Brown j solved by mutual consent All debts : Modern fziiman K .
WlII'I'WoDtThom.. X Orr and .,Interfere to keep the prices down. TV Fort Lauderdale: R. 8. Crockett. IJIBraster. -owing te the said partnership are to I Ii. I <|uipment.rw .
wife'to Henry E. Tattle, for H.HOO.M. !grade of trait pt'IMIIlKood.. although Pa.: Gen O. Butler West Palm ;be received by the raid I. L. :McNeil i

wrtals land la 1IIIet"48.. tp. <1. range ,not. quite np to the standard of laM 0-.11. I and an deman b> on the said lutrtner-I 1 1.I 1.-.1.HnUMKr I >...... ._York... Lnsn4mM.. .Araw1eg-roses... rr.tlkulyd....._iron_ aaa. _o_.. "ails. ..."trw .. ......... ..

11. together with aa engine, butler ,..-Fort Pierce News. SAN, CARLOS ship are to be presented to him 1..1|.1.tad... A.b.Jarkw.iUe' _,..es.n..Le........ '.to-L1 lo >..lost Y.wt.skis ri'""W.....ItJ.I.Ie t.es...the.seaba.N tiC. AII-.Ia.eon yd lJit M..1..!. ;:j:
and sew mill attachmenta. M. Muller Brooklym.. Jas. 8. White ( pay met.. j sleets ..
Warrantee deed-Joha W. Watson : DemoiTats can afford to look with Nashville. Dated this. the nil day of May A.I line
end wits to Edwin B. Lent for "--Tift.I dispassionate 1 eyes OB the situation D. 11M. Only operating daily through sleepers fn.m

lot 12. Mock US. UlaaL ..the Republican party, but as observers ATTENTION RED HEX. L. L. McNeil. Jacksouville to New Orleans
Warrant* deed-Tort Dallas Land ,, of poUtkal events they may be There win be a meeting of Tanks. W. M. Newmaa.Every 1
Co. to Howard Parry for tl/MM. lots i iIt l pardoned if they manifest some Interest Tribe. I. a R. U, at K. of P. ban at I
and It Mock ... Miami. j la the peculiarities'" It present IJ6 Monday evening. A fun attendince "
For full information anal 1
deeper
The la practically Is bnsinem subscriber to tile Dally MtropoUs reservations rail on any 0' :
Deed-Model LaM Co. to Jobs V.WHaoa. Republican press desired as Important agent tMSeaho.nf. -
for $2115. tea acres la suction 1 unanimous la asserting that Mr. Roose Is to come up. eau aid some deserving young or write

14. tp. $$. nap M. ;veil will be BObufiaurf by their party man and woman Is securing a bosUMa A. 0: MCDONNELL iiacti., P III
Warraats dMd-PsrrtM" put Lad without opposltloB. And yet there todlsrernable There pre thirty mllBoa microbe lat I daeaUoa .r 1WiS the boJotatowhlea ictsen iUe.Fl&..
OIL t. R L. Mash for 1100. lot IA. ta the very tteratkm of I plate of lee cream. V* print till thy w* staled oa ymttt of mAertptioBB. -
113. Char.Wfrrant.. this assertion the germ. of a doubt I terrible fact at'"* request of tile Read our offr OB she S.C.BOYLSTON., P.... Art

.. deed-Jonpl Ramon,1 feet at the eleventh' hour the hopes of rmag mea of this tow*. .,..... s. --..r." ... .ya .JStop \
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