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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 28, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.




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The Only Paper in South Florida Carrying Associated Press Dispatches.


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i Vol. 1, No. 14. SSRKSt MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAV 2K. 1904. ,, Price 5 Cents


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ADJOURNED FINE FARMING LAND ,iA TERRIBLE CRIME E. N EARING "I SEND I DEARBORN OR FITTSThe RUSSIANSONTHERUN



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+ SINE DIE E .Can Be Made r-* of the Everglades. .I Negro fiend Outrages a StveD.Y ear'I,I I Senator Matt Quay of Pennsylvania. former Says That He Is ClerkIn

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East Coast Methodist Conference Third Vte-fraUcst florkU last Cease ih Tampa last NM4- OtUrn Art Arms.And! CdMot Ue Ikosi* the Di.Pres.eat .. 'IItiIDal TNt lie Is ks& *f the Collittli I I Are Fleeing Before Japanese
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Closed To-day. RaOrM. Wrftioa hi the f mtt $K. j I I t4 and the kite lltb' It Bt bllC1lt4 I i CAn tio. Due to Ms hatflty! to I f'rtntIIIo..14 That t the MelropolsHI Towards Pt. Arthur.

cess--Waal Is Bring Dont.I 1 I Mere Mold AssJmlate food Co BnAe. w:

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AN INSTRUCTIVE SESSKttA I HOB J K Ingraham, third vicepresident ; Tampa Mat 2*.-A little. seven-j-eai Beaver Pa. May :18- foiled States Miami na.. May :2!:. lift*. ; NAN QUAN UING OCCUPIED .

clef the F K. c R,... and la old white girl was the victim of aa attempted I Senator Quay's condition U alarming i Mr B B. Tatum. Miami. Fla: I
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charge of the land department of that criminal assault last night: by ,! The change for the nurse came at 8 Dear Sir: In your Issue of May 2C, .

I i i a negro fiend. The child went to the o'clock. this morning: and he mar not you have nn article captioned: "Fltts '
.).I m. writing: In Sucre.** of the Florid -
stable with the scoundrel where he live' though the day or Frederick" and It Is so totally at /{
of the Business Transacted Everglades. .. AnJ Russians Driven)
fun Report s .a) nude the assault and seriously Injured At It o'clock be mis in a stupor variance with the truth I desire to : from Sam hi-

Afternoon aiui I "1 ... i.- are great: agricultural poss|- her from ,which he could not be aroused |>,.... >uu KiraiKht tour oiwe Is
Yesterday luj>o--Japs Captured filly Cwnrot
bilities in the Florida Bx-rglades The Df'JroN'd., but was captured |I Relatives and friends believe the within two hundred feet of mine and

During the Closing Hours This, Though they are yet merely an eipaa- i' this morning: about ten miles i.death ef. the dlittlnfrutkhed statesman If you had any regard for the truth and Russians Left four Hundred

rise waste of swamp and lake and from the scene of his crime. He Is but a Mention of a few hours ,von could have examined the records i

MocDI g-Vote of Thanks for HosJUDty junsle I venture to predlrt that they I now tn custody, but the community Is I Oxygrn Is being: administered but and thereby mad this communication i' Dead on the field. labile Their

will be the location of hundreds of terribly Incensed and lynching Is .
possible the phyiilrlans do not think the Senator i i unfle-e-euiry.
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( Tendered by Citizens ofMoptedr. fertile farms within ten years, sod before night: ...lIt regain consciousness and that Col A W Cwkrell. in an important Number of Killed and Wounded

Preachers Ordained .; will degrees develop into one of the I Trouble is feared as It is said theofflnTs death rill come shout window or raw in thin county before Judge Minor Was Three Thousand-Have Also ;

nt..1 :irwlurtlve tracts of land In the will endeavor to do their duty earlier. f 3 Jones, used this latin axiom: "Fal 1I .

and Conference Delegates Elected I "orld. The barrier to the utillzatlou I In protecting: the brute The Immediate cause of his condition I sa* in uno Falsus in omnibus:. to Attacked TaDen Wan.

..lIb.. Everglade hut been of course Ia' due tn exhaustion nn .cmtifitI 'express his opinion! of the opposing I

the water which rovers the Kreatea: KIDNAPPERS: REFUSED RANSOM. !of his-b blllt assimilate nourishment counsel's argument and Ute same Inapplicable

part of them to a depth of from one Washington. May IS.-The kidnappers He has taken na food since 3o'clock4tttls to your article la question -
to six feet But it has been found entirely
A. E. ,
Chronic Judge Heyser's docket: shows
of of Perdlcaris and his mommg gastritis -
Tae afternoon session yesterday stepson Washington May M-The following -
practicable to drain off the water. that January, S. a Fltts
on 1901.
and Inflammation of the stomach -
district conference was Charlie in Morroeco have submitted
Methodist
the, Work this end has been cable was received by the Japaaise -
to
already
Ukea with the reading of sundry their terms for ransom and 'the State Is the cause of this trouble.Messages took the oath as deputy clerk before
up begun, and Is being pushed rapidly.I legation from the foreign office at
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have been sent to dlaat&Dtrelath'
bearing spas the subject of Department has decided that It Is absolutely him.The
paper the presiding elder speaking :'When It Is completed a tract of landone Impossible to accept .. saying that the Senator isvery I .. files In this office show that MrFltts Tokto today: "The commaader: of th*

miltstr" hundred and sixty miles long: aDd I law I ceased to write 01th..m Jane 14, I
on the needs of the Eat Onset district. .. and not likely to recover. I j jIW1 army attacking Klnchow reports that
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sixty miles .Id.11I have been opened and they also show tnai | '
t.1I& .. m -Senator Quay to gradually ne returned -
detachment
a of
VOTE FOR J. R. ABRAMS THE our troops conslstngf :
civilization The size of this
to re- 'II
to this >'w-- and assumed his
I sinking; p-fc-VlI" respiration 42
Report sere adapted as followsgplritaal : |-glon Is as Important as the remarkable I NEXT SHERIFF OF DADE COUNTY ; I duties November :!6 of the same year. '.. infantry, artillery and engineers, occupied

condition of the Church. IMstrlct productiveness of the soil The Nan Qnaa Line after burning
during: which time he was an Inmateof
Conference: Rr turda. and TemnerR ) latter Is not absolutely virgin but the railroad; station at Shanshl northwest -
The records also show I
a
I 'S.SPEEC" hospital .
.. 'has been fertilized by animal and veg- HON. FRANK CLAR !that In 19"!, he was absent on vacation of Dalny. The number of th*
\VbUJvn. of Tampa.
R T. E. K. .eta!.;" life through many centuries. .1 six weeks In 1903 he was also enemy's dead left on the field to o Un.
ed I at night no business CWSHMI ,' ated at four hundred Our casualties
am confident! that Its crops: will lift away from the office for the same period
being (held.Conference. Florida to a place among the leading Including dead and wnn-.tleri '> air
nine
time making nearly
pf very
this morning i ----1.IHe Y
reconvened i
i proxlmated at three thousand
..rkutaral! itl.""*. months In the three years and six 7
at 1,3? o'clock with the topics. Church !' I _
: Periodicals aid-'Education, betnffjun-l'I 1 The project: of draining the Erar1 : Hide One of the Best Speeche/of His Life last Night-i i months since h* has bean one of my f UPS PAID DEARLY. t
glades attracted the attention of Hen
deputies that he was out of the county -

Lee diacnssiott. Florid ',r> II Plant In the early nineties, but Successfully Knocked Out All the Buncombe Arguments During that time eight commissioners' : Toklo. '''at 28.-The Japanese paid ,

ReT. J. B- Ley editor of the ,he .*. uuo ...cJ..a Mire that the |I meetings were held and several heavily for their victory: at Klnchow: ,

Christian Advocate, was Introduced of His Opponents...Showed Up Stoneman, Abrams terms of the county court and all ( three thousand men killed and wound- u

and addressed the conference.Lay us-der In their '.
repeated assaults, but she
I I of the warrants which you incorrectlyrfc'l jed
annual confer- and the Rest of the Socialists and Boltersin 1
delegates the (I dition I through the rejton. Despite its vouchers were slgend by another scored a sweeping and valuable victory .J

MM were elected .. follows: W. G. proximity to centers of population it Their True than Mr. Flits over the Russians
Light
Trtghani. of Palatha: George L. Bran- 1
was then for the first time thoroughly For your Information I will state

alag..of Wt Pals Beach; T. N. Cattier explored by white men. Ours was virtually -- that the burlneM In this office has AFTER TALI EN WAN

of Miami; J. L. McCreary. of De- I l a voyage of discovery We paddled grows so rapidly since I assumed control Rome May :S.-ANdin to a dispatch
Alternates.- R. Finder S. B. j The people of Miami have enjoyed I man of1.: .. In Yon iwitht to nee .
JAa4. lakes and
; our light boats on of It that I have two other deputies from T..kk>. the Japanese have ]
and John WeiReports good political speeches durtni him he looks '"
1tP4 Frank Idler, many I as no
JmiI, islands that I have good .
on
camped besides Mr Fltts. each of whom attacked the town* of Taller Wan. the
the but than UN> :Mr Clark then
campaign none more read the following .
ton to believe had never been visited -<
reason haw a particular duty assigned. : him. I enemy's ncrupathm unction nn the
Sabbath Observaace.Books one delivered by Hon. Frank Clan: paragraph from the Record: "Will
on the Sem'inole
by any human being bat Mr Fltts is my cashier, and for this Dalny railroad connecting: with Pert
and Periodicals, and Kdueatloa.were rarely. last night He was la fine conditionphysically i the syndicated paper publish MaJ. '
but
Indians and by these reaiMin. as all business men know. It Arthur. without which. line Port Ar-
read and adopted. having entirely reco..eredfrom : I I1 i "!.raDl.'opinion that Mr Clark Is not
We underwent so many hardships Is his duty to sign: checks, etc.: whichare : thur would tie isolated from Oal.,..
Resolutions of thanks to the citizens his recent Illness aDd his speect,i'I eligible to a scat In Congress" and
compelled
that some of our party were : drawn to defray the office ex-
tendered and "' la 'remarked "1 do know what hemenus > t
Miami for hospitality 'to not was a masterpiece every respct not
of efforts
I turn bark but our were Pf'II.". be. Is trustworthy efficient ABANDO.fED QI'AN UNO.
transportation companies for It had been announced: that Hon i by the 'syndicated patters' but I
to the 'in vain, for we ascertained the Important -
ud reliable. and In Ju tlflcatloo of
: :8.Snon.Th.
reduced rates, were adopted by a ris- fart that the Everglades 3yd L. Carter would be present on'.lo i ku Jr moat Cn1..t..ll'. pot metal Toklo. May Russians -
I thlt"er Is not a banker or a merchant have. abandoned Nan Quan Ling
lag vote. I along the whole one hundred and fixl this occasion to address roe voters on, bureau will see't It that this opinionIs "
.. who will not attest
1M. ,. and been driven hack from Sancklhipu
Th preaching service at 11 o'clock: '>ty miles of the eastern side are rim I II behalf of Hon. R. W. Davit, bat h.< printed and sent out all over the '..
1 this firt toward Port
was dispensed with and the eonferac I med by n rock ledge. We furthermore I failed to arrive to the disappointment t i dlatrict" retreating Arthur Tb j
of .article regards
balance .
The
yonr
Japanese here captured fifty cannon.The
continued In aestdon till the final learned that all of the lakes are several -' of many who were anxious to hear Mr Clark then went Into an exhaustive 4'
; I have
I 1"1'1'11. Some with whom Russians left four hundred .<
adjournmentRer feet above the sea level, and we Urn. discussion of the question of '
discussed this matter call your article!; .
killed in the battle at Klnrhow lathe
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J. E. Woodward was granted a decided that there was nothing whatever i Judge A. B. Heyser. of this city 'is iiigiUHly and repeated his proposition
I mendacious, but I prefer to take a Nan Shan battle. the Japanese Meet
license to preach. to prevent the water from the kindly agreed to take Mr. Carter'iplace that if any reputable dlxlnterested 1 I
(, more charitable view, and will leave.'the three hundred killed and wounded. '
.....Rev J. Bears addressed the conference 'lakes from flowing: Into the ocean aDd j and say something for the favorite lawyers could be found who .
of thisgreat
matter with the voters
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on "The Florida Seminary and : leaving: the land drained If vents iI candidate for Qo 'error. Col 1 would say that he was not eligible to

Our Duty To It" Her. S. R-Waiker. I; could be made In this long ledge of j Robert W. Davis Judge A!. C. Heyser, i fa seat In Congress that he would quit r i county to pose upon for It is'evident ARE THOROUGHLY WHIPPED Y
have readiedthat
since
l that you
president of the Seminary also addressed ; I'Ot"It. The chief question before ri was Introduced to tile jinn by I Every time 1 have been here' the Record Toklo. May 28.-The Japanese have .'
the printing has been lost
the conference: In Its Interest pertained to the practicability of cutting CoL E. T. Bylngtoa. president of ta. contains a plctrre of J.1: Rarrs." county inflicted heavy loss on the Russia j
| to are no longer: a rational:
IUT. Dr. Farts of the First Presby- through the ledge I la various Davis-Tallaferro 'club.: It has It again In today's issue but my you.. yon which It Is expected will referh tee "

terian-Church.: was Introduced to the 1 places, and dredging out outlets Into la a pleasing aDd effective way, friends, this picture was made from roan hundred men It Is doubted If the )

Conference and delivered an address. :' the Atlantic:, which Is not more- than !, Judge Heyser gave' many logical reasons j a photograph taken before the prl- I'f I The ethics of Journalism accord me Russians will make another stand 1

The business of the Conference bavUg I'two or three miles away at numerous !'Cplaces. why the people should loyally )lr. Clark said. that he would refer !i the right to ask that you publish this north of Port Arthur bo.t.11 retire )
I .. sIt
keen ila.s.... it adjourned sine support )lr. Davis, the man who has j t to these matters farther on In his address I' communication la conspicuous: from the field: .:J

die. "Experiment proved that this work I I don so much faithful aDd efficient and he then began his speech as I place In your paper as you did your Is understood that General Stos-
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Ta following to the order of services would preeent no great difficulties. i work for Florida and whoa honesty 1) follows: attack: on myself.Concluding sell commanding: the militia at Port i

tomorrow at the -Methodist I j i". merely a matter of a great deal of 1 lability and experience so well fitted : "I am truly glad another. oppor- let me assure you laai Arthur, was In .personal command of *
I positive terms aa the English Ian-, '
Church South: digging., Henry U Flagler took up I him to preside aa chief executive over !jtaalty to address the Democracy of the Russian In the recent operations
will permit that oa January a.
u.-I.Me feast, conducted hy Rev >be project aDd It U being carried: this fair State. i Miami and Dade county. I always enJoy gnage I Aa soon u the Japanese troops bar .
1$. 1. I took the oath of office as clerk: *
.. C A. ......... D.D. 'out by his lieutenants. W* are not Judge Heyser's address was well re- : a visit her because: of the beauty rested they will press to the R ul'- -
of the circuit and from that moment -
: court 1
11 M a. sL-8ermoa by Rer. S. W. only making artificial outlets throughthe eatved and punctuated with applause, I 101 the place the progressive spirit ev-

Walker president of the Florida Seminary rock but are also, by ditching and showing that the thoughts so clearly dented-on every -4 and tb-" warm to the present I have been la WILL ADD ANOTHER STOUT. j
j' and deed tile clerk of the
name act: ,
jr Sutherland. Fin 'dredging turning large bodies of water expressed were to perfect accord with hospitality of this people. I think It -

7.4S a, s-*:..- by Rev. J. B Ley 1 Into rivers aDd creeks which Sow to the views of tile large sad Intelligent requires no prophetic eye to see here irrult court And Make a Commodious Apartment r'"

Christian Advo- j jat. .... work j'j'i audience present i 1 Very truly yours House or Small Hotel. .:
editor .f the Florida i the The has progreeatdfsr la the very near future a city with Its K. C DEARBORN

.. -followed by. sacrament of the !1 I enough to enable me to predict I HOB. W. A. Filer chairman of the :teeming: thousands of happy and pros- ; 'I la keeping abreast with the times i is

Lord" tapper. Rev Frederick Pa-co. I confidently I the opening la Florida I i i scanty Democratic executive commit- porous citizens and all Florida will i and the demand for more rooms and

Presiding Elder offldadac within, a very few yean, of a great ;;: ..*. Introduced the next speaker In a rejoice with yon la your onward i PERMANENT TRIBUNAL. : apartments, Mr. Sturtevaat wb to

--- I'truly pleaaaat manner, closing his remarks .. erected Contractor Prowl a ;
-- tract of land of almost unprecedented : march of progress having by

Fir hundred and fifty thousand :fertility" by presenting to the audience : "1 know, .I.IT friends, that you are : Buffalo. May H.-The Assembly of fIDe two-story business block on Avenue

dollars were distributed to the men I tile next Ouiiafasamaa from this I tired of politics. I know yon are disi the Presbyterian Church: convened to- D. between Thirteenth and Fourteenth

who. work U and arouad the mines of What Is said to be the largest arsenic District: Hon. Frank dark. i gusted with many things that have oc-! toy with the Intention of finishing np streets, has decided to put another .;

the Cripple Creek District: 1m Colorado. mine .. the. world, and stated to The lone continued applause with 'cursed la this campaign and that you its business even If a Bight session Is story on the building and make .

oa a recent pay ..,. These men r e- i.i be at present turning eat seventy .... which this was received was gratifying 'will feel relieved when the sun shall'set '' .....1')'. the two upper stories Into rooms suit ,;

emv* aa average of U<4 a day a very i a month to situated la Floyd county to Mr. dark, himself, aa wen asa ; oa the 7th day of Jane; but It In The report of the commttee of Judlial able for apartments or the conductingof ..

high averac compared with the Virginia aertateaa miles from Chris all his friends, sad was the beginning 'jour pathetic duty to be vigilant and ;: commissions proposed the appointment : a small hotel.

wags paid. tn,the East tlnaburg. the nearest railroad peat of what was the most pleaaaat |I" tire until the last ballot has found of a permanent tribunal There will be thirty rootI.I I. all ;

of .iplllll' were Tli. member of persona employed at and enthusiastic meeting' ever held la H. way Into the boxIt to our anllm which: will lie th* supreme court of and they will lie nicely furnished lid

i gM hundred toss U makingaiifrhti 'the mine Is about IZS, who are loosed this city. I duty to see to it that the prinri- rh* Assembly to which: It could referall complete la every detail Water will

.B..d by Franc last year U a monopoly 'and avpplted with the netaaarlt of Mr. dark after thaaklag those present pies. for which we coatend do nut |I cases Involving church law be .. each room sad the tenets aa* d

This Industry lite hy the company owning the slue.The for their kindly greeting openedhis suffer on account of our InactivityThe The report of th* temperance com- bath win be ....ItaDd aceesslh j
and yields an i
of the government camp to supplied with electric remarks hy saying that some peculiar first battle has bee fought aid !1 alUee was also among tile orders for The first floor will *.. levoted to business

aaaual Income of SS.OOMM.Proof lights, aDd the plant which: Is considered things happened every time. became BOW that th* amok has cleared away j j A* day and It calls for .. alvaneeofrowada purposes and Mr Prwt expert- t

of a ___'. temper 'la the the moat modern Is existence for to MmmL H* held to his band ,n... be plainly seen that demagogale'4Cbatia oa Umperasx questions and to have. the building which would

arrival *f an .neiaeet** guest for di.- the treatment of the. or*, to driven by copy of the Miami Record and ex- Incidentally strikes at the. we of toro urnameat to any may, c.pe't.II Vjr A

j electric -Bower hlMting H to tha audience. said: .*d oa eighth page) j -- by ..I......... .rty fan and ready, 'rc .... -
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0KKEXAL DIUCCTOSTBTATCOrriCEBa. I Aberoeth J. C K ug. h. MAshby I, : ES. I
CONDENSED STORIES. FOR THE UTTlE Ors CONDENSED STORIES.
R. walllllL J. E.Alk..to I j ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
LaSalle. 4.. L
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__....-W. ...Jctislsc \ Father Whe Never Failed t. Keep I How the U, t. Data Bufixy Played a What General Chaff** DiK v...... en a ..
-.-" .si _-K.C. Ciswfors.lvsau Bro"D. Wt Lifter Co D. His rVsmism.la Trick Mr. Man. Hy CUMm, and the Health tl tM ...
| Upon
'_.......- C.C...... .'. C )(cDould, J. A.Burdine. i i Private Inspmting Tur. Fs.wly.
Tvi.sr.r-N. krun.a.r..rvlls.ra1 I Wib. an address on tli. .' Ijlxir iuelion -. J One day Mr.f I ItuSbit. aceloping! lii-neral; 1 liatter iliirmi II... nnli- '
-J. I. whlta.W.eupeta..ea. I W. yI. W.1D.,4. W. t.j |I The heat thing that could happen
aI Public Ii w ctiw.-Wrial. \V. Bourkr C<.. knit.. II:.' *.11 around the . a. ,late j B'IDItOD. E. T. M..rrttt. Z. T. wa I to the average house i.* to get rid of
t. .. mrf rf Acrtculturr C. R. yeas K. thusaaia..wsraslJ I Brad1.E. L Waner. G. I known New York orator toM ut...>- t\vr naught Nlli.-r.l In* hi>iM.I<-><> ..}>[*"- 1|.Touml the tamp in<[je...iinu: t'.unjii : about half tie stuff it contain The

*w* N Tnutra l= lBiprTSMBlPmWTW I BalIe,. B. K. It'en. -;*.. H. n. of hi* boy hood. 1 tits ah." 'n he erjiutl a large trap mi ,i' | t honiekeepen tooguard
ttvwraor. ...'... TTMSUIVC.W .. "I wn" Lorn in Irrl.nnl." In-" !l."jnd I I by Mr. Man. He .talked j I ..
Ae..r..y Geta rsl .... -- _, it .grl I Baqe. H. C. Kow. Fred S.BroaaIer. 1101'1 up[ cau- "I l -ay. IIP queried f a mourni ;I against household

..- r.ewe.. ., 1dwan.s-TS. 0....... aee.r G. D. Koore. T. V. in Ireland I lt'aBed a | tionnh, and msprte.l it. lII..Joe wa ia i ful looking entry at Fort l. vett : tion. At the eaon of the congra-

=J =..'..1ic.5MZxtl::- e.wa Burdine J. )1. dcDonJ4. W. H. of my education. I rvtneiti'ier wall!! ,! luifioui lookint! ; ch -taut.' Mr |1 1 ne r.)::;:.\ m"rnine. how are they ', hen house cleaning ii u about to year be

: state Ia.uuU..-TIM ".ov.raor. Backa. F. W. KcKlDDOD. G. ABluklllu. |the school I numl. i. and! I nIllLmlMT KabbitV mouth watered, but being fisillll"! \i"II ?"
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s asaarrd.aao.L......-, Tre.set.. .u--1' E. V. Nel_. Edwin aril U -<-lnHll>l|.... llf 0111"1 an up to date rabbit. he sat on hi* j "I'rett* |I..r. I can tellou,- Hone it would be ad,i.able for every

_M aI Public P...a-Tk Jsarucb.m.a..rd u._.__. her.tarsas. ', CII&111e. W. H. Peek. R. J. Ii liunnil 1 Miih.u!, a i !l.i.l aim ,.j haunchen and conider.d."lluh yruniiM,.l the I't'nlry. who belon td I woman to /KU over the houiM
La..wh.et.ee.l .... ti. _uru.si Cohen. t. Prout. W. W. from top to bottom in order to get
.....,....... a\f talking; alin ,irouhliami ulv Mid he.That ort of j to a NUinr national guard regiment."You I
LConrad. rid of all this
_, ..__C-k.1L aTI'OIiE -. I Cheatham J. H. Patterson, 1. I ., 'S looking; for n. \\'.. anon tin. / thing is pissed out. Might. hare j d'1n'l] really mean that ?- uuuanre.
J. A- Farrts4 Allan R.croalaDd. home filled
.( CUt'RT J t'D.;RAit I! question of Ir-i .iM.: tins, and therefore fooled mv granddaddy Kut hp'vnt i inquired the zrnrral. : oli'itou"lf'| Many: are nut only "
J. G. Rhodes. K. W. : ::: UD with a lot of rubbish. bat Lb.,
:
,.Ta'.... Chad Jawees.P. C. I in iluliai/i <"Crnon| <.... il uu\ to play a foxier gatlrc; than; nhi..e; to "" h". what are they !Citing you?"" :
R u.n. IoJ..11. .-. Clark P. c. ROM. .re M> filled with line article l that
H. r.orr. Aaoeuite J.Ur..t Drake. GutoD Relll,. I. B. be there; i i.. eon-"tlllg: I" 'rnlit; u1lichael >. I catch your truly. Wonder how I'll "\\a.il." dra. 1..1 l the" down eatersadly. I the otrrcareful fears
housekeeper
(-.s.lrus.e r .. aI the sw ..Hcit.w .
y lxu ti-.l latitlt! that deslnui.
I
$aps.e Cued Jades .b.uM W dd.eeS. Douglas. E. S. Rull. Dr. W. aDona. coii< pet that though. the other mornin' thev the air and sunshine might I.de..
T Ws..w. Via. I the master ..i- afrnnl t. H<> linn It did take him Ion In I' .
Edw.Erwia not MrYE.l'n .
r J. K. Rumple, ( ;; a I a ration o"prune*. There elegant rug. carpet or tome fine
? (ii... li. aiiMIn'uther luil
t U. '. 8UUTUBS. W. W. Raal-. Co H.Halo. Why moment be s a* off on a trot to Mr. l* forty on II... and we lust counted draperhousehold ''urniatiinga

f a.Jsass r. TElUstefTS. JarkMriltin .. Dr. G. Rumph. Ceo.Frlssell aid that if a luiinltu. ."' 0': bui. Man' cabin in the wxxxU and bang thm iiruiMThere ass eight that are too delicate to land freak
I
t *. BttfSrs t.1ia wJ. rsssliulaU L. G. C. 8a1ord.. L. B. upon the boy 11..tt.roulJ INtrou-. ing on bin hack door."Ho three." air should be eliminated at once, M

1 & CUHOKC8IUIU' J rI&aapa. R. a. SeweIL Eo G. ble. But one dos \|i..J li.n-l' uiulvhared. Mr. Man. come out here:" "1bt- d"...,. sn.Iay*** exclaimedthe a careful and scientific housekeepercannot

f Due. m* imfen> tka.* sea Cwar..4 .- rr.dertct. J. S.taxelby.. J. G.rr.aa. and the flo ;:uij: line *a< not I Mr. Man IIloc.k Im head out. t general with apparent| | surprise.Vh afford to give room to anything

F bas .DMtrtrt-UM.w. Iftttt*. raM... at: .ssiiusB. I. a s.atm. G. r. loop* in comiii2. I I "What yer want ?" be a" ke. that'* more than tao pruneeapiee. that i* not healthy and substantial

1[. a- o.rtack. A. P. IIlDItli. JDlJuGIrtmaa" 'The boy vent loOuhl'IOU home mdt"-.'nimbly :i : Mr. Man give me a Tliai luxury !r With thishe A house that i* too fin*

f, KAILKUAly COY 1tle8IOEEta. Jam8 StoIa..... F. B.uanpb. enraged. lie ; I hi* fa I brick." departed, chuckling merrily. i for ue i i. seldom kept aa clean aa it

C .,. R. Bal_. A. EC..Uer. ther. "WhMtI'r want with a brick *" later he climbed into a shack I should'be for the that
t *. B. BtswsA Itey W.... CMaraaa.r 'Father.: he said '.dldn'lOU..f I'I reason pureair
B. lsrrpleJr's _. T. H. 8haa aa. )I. 'lih. I'm tired of life and want to where a darky was cooking; the ration and sun hine are excluded and

r F Y C.. D.... ..._. non. O..u.. S. 1Ie..u. Jobs that if the m-hoolninster eter' licked! die. Earth has no joy for me .. of a (?mjeinc.Morning. ( a home full of impure air is just aa

t r.f .....- ... .... ., ............ a 0artUI4. Co R. Seyaour. R. ILGramllac. me"there' would' be trouble? more. Ill tie the brick around my ; cork** Mid he pleii- duty as one where soap and water

E-. J. Co .w1aIIe. I. P. 1 did. the father an...rrred. neck and jump in the pond. You'll antly. "How do you like cooking? are ned too sparingly. Suahia

o. a.coniiuatOKn.B a.nau. r. Sbsw. R. B. 'Well. I eus li.kmj today and never be troubled with me again." Do tour m.II..tou: nice?" purilJe and cannot be excluded

t I. B. lr. Wml.BKXATOB Oaatler L B. T.Ior. R. It.0rtfIq. only for throning* ; |paper| pellet I. Of course Mr. Man wanted to get "!'unv .'-11:. ..alC", murmured the from the home that U well kept and
bout the
r On DISTBIcr. A. K. TIanIap. J. L room rid of Ur. Rabbit, a. he had done so astonished! .Jrkr. clean.It '

......... nraad aM Del o..MMI.) Olrtmas w. R. Tabla. B. B. "The' father frowned. much harm about the place, 10 hegave Duii't roinplaio of the fond or is often B good thing when pe-, ;

are E. .......... Par ..... a.,.. J. R. TatuI. 1. R. 1 never' he fail uid.my'Thrre tlC>n. to in keep I him the brick.Mr. swear at you":? pie an obliged to move. It it them
14 HID. L. E. promise, going Rabbit thanked him .sadly "No. sail. van the deferentialanwer. will tha f eollctin
"* they lee folly *
,
:9ua COVn1' UPRSUNT.TIYRK Huter. J. O. Watson, C. H._ to be trouble. Ketch the ..I rID. and started for the pond. art cl. of- fonitar;
n
"-, """- w. [L,, .............. Boston Po.C "I tell unnecessary
f HID William Whortoa. P. H. __ "Xow watch me, he grinned you what it i*. you must I that serve-to crowd room and ,attract

t. DADa CUCHYT OFTICW.bs HetMrtBtoeal P.Wklta. E. L. Ohedl.... t. the L*.Ur.Boperintendent when be got back to where the trap be a boss took ; that' the reason." dust-New York Globe.

.> t/.I.-.wn t a..t.1WMrI .,-.xL.4.. Hevver. A. E. WaU. T. A. S. I 1) Smith of stood. Scying which be tied the. "N'o Mh. wa* the smooth reply.

_H 1.CtL _C.ut T.sad a..drs 1.uir W.aLri.et e, D..arpit Halt W. W. Wkaier. B. T. the Manhattan eletatts) linen, illustrating brick on 10 the other end of the 1 "l'a -t i is.: .1 just ('Orne. sah. They run I The Uses C7eeat

c. -"" Ca&Onft."I'L Haaa P. W. Worter. G. A. to *omeetn|.ln\ef. a ho were lever that held the trapdoor and the Ut conk" ont of camp this Plenty of space is indispensable to

pit. r.-n-.t. ....... OSMS- HW.. D. WOaea.. LRon. quietly got his chestnut out without mawnin', ..ab. -Boston Pot.TV insure the linen cupboard being kept

t. h.uu.tw.-s HI.nt: .1aa1. ... X W. WoodworU. J. T.Jones. harm. On the inside of the trap in propeipoaaible order, and wide shelve, if

-CIss.l.er... 11-.1.. K. E. Wltoom. 8.Kola. next morning Mr. Man found a note Bishops Dehwrtw.e. which can be palled oat,

.....T el._. trtr.nrte. A. J. Zlaualee, c. L. which read, ")1 r. )tan, you are* 4 A writer in harpers Weekly report are con enient and conducive to

..a..d.. .. O.r.rrresl L srals.l.tas-auebP.C.... W.I. chestnut." ;_ an amusing anecdote which tidineaa. The most suitable covering .

_.et.Csut..sWes..-. B. B. Hen fmlai.saM, P.lbrd.Jug. A SURE: THINQ. .. Buhop i Potter tells on himoelf." for tie shelve is white cartridge:
.
The .
."weIL :.I L A. B"-.0- flay II. Drum.Bolly
: "When has
lived for
one in
.... year which i ia stiff enough not to
,
_: K.C. ----. Owk sea siCrCCUlT the in the paper
nerd. ..... It Is said that nothing svra except baby elephant Amerirti without any special title crease or get out of place. The

OOOBT or SITPTTH JUDICIAL death and tae, tat that to not > circus wa very discontented about i IB ordinary conversation," says the linen should then be arranged in a*
CIBCCTT.IBststseUkt his trunk. Ilia mother bad scolded /
together trae. Dr. Kla1 New Dteeor- methodical B manner aa will
Dso sad stba--1) for Cooaamptioa i. for him and pointed out to him how O I1 The sheet space
t e.a J.4.s-L Je..a Tts ..fs.laset err B aare cure permit should be plao-
fismsine sf 0w-K.*tiBis C.y Pssr J. D.sm.ltliusi.saOs Bun.Oriss. ** all rang Bad throat troablea. Thousands necessary a trunk i is to an elephantand I eit S r ed together in pain and tied up ill"

JaIl Tae" .r iiB.nsi.sl ... can testify to that Jan. C. B. even shook him but it did ;'BOi piles, according to the kind. On

/ D=ur M Mt={.'; "::-r..sdI- Vast Metre,, of SlMpberdtown. W. Va. i good. B separate shelf the pillowcases

m..1I.LSrtl.DADS says "I had B severs caae of Bronchitis: "All the other animals' have only should be arranged in a simiUr'maBner. -

COOITTT COCK and for a rear tried ererrthlac t heard BOMC," Bolly mourned. "And the The towel should also have B
.tl,......u. t .,.<<1Ila.a. shelf devoted to them and should
.........c LM.r.y--J.T......... H+w.J of. but lot no rellet One bottle of Dr., camel he calls me Little Two Tail,
.wasi.t Tr.r-4tnt 1'wa-nn&Peer resat.Is. ApriL.I......,. Kings New Discovery 0.'cured me I and I don't like it. and I wish this I :::: be divided into sets; likewise the table -
r..e linen 1
on another shelf. Two
_T r-rare r.sdalIsaly. .baolutelr. Its lafalUN for Croup.i old trunk *a* enne ;I"' ''' and I :
Fell --",", ... Whooping Cough Grip, Pneumonia could have a >iki- hook I'..* rile the : helve should be set apart for mil .*V-

0.B. I"UrDornca.e..nravtlLLII. and CofuraBpttoo. Try U. Its r cell*neon* thing and one need for
> .* c::..... ....... guaranteed \ parrot. sideboard cloths cloths doilies '
W. C.'-'- BrBSM.CHtJICB br aU dratxtats. Trial bottles Better ee if you can't got the tray

= DIlgCTOiT.v free. Regular slues We, sad $1.00. ; fairy queen to change it," whispered etc. and the other for all household

a..c.- a_0... tllipw.rbbg..wy _. I one of the little potted pome*. cloth If these have typed
scads;......r ...- CONFEDERATE: RKUNION RATES.Headquarter The borders with their respective names
....da arswl sill ......; ...... y- spotted ponies drew the chariotof ..
_. ..__ woven thereon it will not be necessary
Pow 515 p. rrsr tit axe. i the fairy queen in the big circus
w lasiar M.bs at '-.i. 101....rdlallp I.i.s to ribbon
+ L ... ..aAavw,..... Florida DfvlMoa. Laic parade and they certainly knewwhether ue descriptive but

r.vsoewv a.-A" seOrt. tHeaw a- ed Confederate Veterans Tallahassee. :;, she could change an ele they should be tied into bundle
C.** sea --"- .......11'...sr.- FUL. liar 14. 1S04.-Bappleineat to I phant' trunk into a hook 1[I with ribbon or tape so that the YB-.
.is*thesis*.; ......, Sibs s* ... ... DOM. I I noun be
lieU
rnMMse st u ssi.: Besr I S(M M s*p General Order No. 4A GenU nea->. Anyhow Bolly made up his mind. to may not disarranged.
S swsi ...at I**p. a.,C.a. rev v_ The linen cupboard should be well'
** The Une to rapidly approachtri tot ;| ak her to d> M next day and he
",.. ., .
I raw TOW rat 1'0 .al. && a-.ou supplied with bag of dried lavender
f e. (........., Order ,_.* r slid lltaSUM the meeting of the Confederate Veteran ..a&I'B& went to sleep full of the excite
> -"...> .B. I i suet s. m.: Sssli; ment. which beside making it d.-
y ...... *.G....; ....ib... si lists. Reunion which eoaveaea at. up on complaint of the UM of intelligence licknuly fragrant will
S.+.rtb r- .:. R ..3 ,.....Itpw..tiL. Naahvflle Tenn. June 14-1C. The railroads -!I in the carrying out of or Suddenly be awoke. He fell very act u a preventive -

,.y.. ::;aecek'.At-=sew... w.ds..dap.snag .. have made B low rale of one I dens, told thia tory: Field.MsMafB .
L..... ..._raw .. rent per mile travel for a.. and It la "I was going through Washington the men meant when they said they

: ?%B" TT c....... P. t,Af.ns B-sad Mi* hoped that aa .* PUMIIMM wm ,I the were light headed-his head felt so
many street other when 1
..--...... ...,.v. M .'._; Bssds) day saw a > WrftItot BssBmkaTL.
.,.... .... Evr.Ig PisvsvtdW; W*.M. attend. Arraaxement have been made boy lug out a watering can and begin light it teemed a* though it would A bandy desk which
writing
...e.sIs t JO- Neil Bscssrlst. evnr awFirst flv with him. lie may
:
...... L a ... ... Uui......,..a* for special coaches from JaskaonvflU I to sprinkle the pavement while up wa hungry be purchased or made for a iasimolv
'. "'Ie ....rend trees... F.aa r 00- too. He thought be would take a song
set" ...-.u..... ..H.r........ Las,. to carry the Veterans and their friend the rain war coming down briskly. of the nice his I, a board *0 br' 3C! inrliM.-, sss
with them to Naahvflto. TheM eoachea 'What that for!" nip hay lying at '! writer : ; :
are doing .
P.a..eruetu, Hlk CUM tad ATMS* aP..ai.bl. yon feet. He reached i -.T. ..t. near a in t >e Wa.hingtoa Star.
..a ., .iced..., sniBlBgsHls'clsrk.HB are to be tor their ..set..... use. and asked the boy. j' down for it and re. Ten anew, in the back of the
..ee.etla ls at tart, .. reached and reached and reached. .hili. ..... "it i' not ra.y to becwmcla I top
Da .w.PA...rssMr.e.'ffSS1SjsTrr will leave JackMevtne Bandar tight.June The boa told me sleeps to and two brews chills suspend it
What was the matter* Oh hh ..',ifd h. ; nailed
a< >O i lining a< 'myi
.caster asses st .'.. 12. at 1:06 p. .. via the Dixie sprinkle the pavement before sweep .. I frnui the ceiling apiin, the wall. Ai
". 4_.... 1Ia--. trunk wa gone; that was it! He !onl'attete. > r| any M-ni .iiJSsviHtAaa-..../..wise.p Flyer Rent. Buy year tickets' that lag it, replied the lad, who showed tried to wske op bit mother but h.lIad l' irin; ms vantM trips tol i i bftiM !book on each aide and B brass
end to Jact osvllie K .- a snort commendable spirit of obedience chain attached the .
cone ,
BOARD or TRADI.Plsddstt. way nothing to tivir-h her wit),, '' Earo "e I foun it iui -wifule to to wail will let -,)
--. ....... AM that your tickets road ae I bat aa utter lack *f armrciation *- i'iDaUy'.iw' her Ind"k k"d'IIH. '' anvwbrre; .r d.> anything, without go: it down and hold it in position whim. ;

WBUss K. BVewm. follows: Atlantic Coast Las to ", of the purpose of the sprinkling in u ..
*
York and she spanked him ... ,. being 'UnW .right: and Ml. .\t
rirst TtPS-PtislJsnC T. T. hfsere.Kneaid toe, Georgia Soothers A Florida to -New Times. .l'rel'l I I Ia-t I wa in a fair wit. nf "bn-oiiin; Another writing desk i is mad M

The ftssMset. J. K.. Unsisine.u Maeoa. Central of Georgia to Atlanta I ) w1. littleiDitifTence the prim-irJe of a table. It i* of
u stsfy. : T. BSMIISMStieassisr. "we T.... tmKepreenutive Ooot. SpnilMl Mi It m..r.carn -
and the NaahvtUe. Chattanooga Jt St. weathered IM* and p'aiu. The center
B. B. Tatwavrt of Alabama !" tielikeritl Die"'. > I had. rrarheil'botut >-
... ef O...*.ssrs- W. at. Btmrsvr Lout Railway to Naahvtlle (the Bat.|I tells this Clayton ...'tcl' a ruu al-nwi.l sari| while! i i.. divided lengthwise by B partition -

r. ...... J. JI:. Lssssise. A. B. Bsr1. UeAeld Route). This we Sad to be the story Post according to de:.--endin-. *>.' Tin-rnliink met II shout eighteen inches high
_. BX Bs&r. r. W. ....... W. W. direct The Waahington : l each Mie of ituku t. lilted
and moat route.
the shortest The in tbe eie fi>*nd. an rd.t| ve>>(r uuii of wine.He dp .
frssC Jeka Bewsn.BTAinxxa testimony case waa with for
ookaarrCKa.tAraA : adjutant of an camps will please report all in, and while the eloquent summing .a* uurniu, oa board to receive I compartment stationery/,

W. R S PsttsrsM. L: as promptly aa possible the name of the counsel and the'Jeemfd his wife and daughter Pausing stamp, pen and blotters. Two .

......... Jasiss T..r-. M. R.: of all Veteran and their friend ..110'' np charge of the court were midway up the plank he gr*!'peO'I| person can thus write at the deak
Vsrlsr. O. A.Its1L.OE.B.frs.. 1 hand and houted j at the same time each without diaturbing -
win attend the reunion so that ample till echoing through the hall oflattice y : !i
.. F.
B. K.: :a.dI ; the other.
raamodatto eau be provided for I 'Why, hello, bish! How are
the ordered
coasts1'
w.: Hsss F. W.; a J.: FTsasrUk. ** I -
., J s. their tra.porUttoe Ton will please Iou f M.R I.r_i: Flu Pwttery.
HBALTH AND BAKITART-Jsek.-. pout thl*' dreuUkr in B conspicuous: jury while deliberating oa a verdict f I i .'
Have
t. W. Jrt ...... W. St.: ...... IM- The officer f .. : o. Was fiw.r,1. your monogram or coat of
place. with
........; rr w--. ti eat m... H. X.BJTrKRS appeared. uplifted k At rehearsal at the London I arm on your fine pottery, coffee- Bad
a .
AND HAJtB* a-asrJMUils.. I Br ordrr of the malor Reneral. W. hand and the court began the usual Lyceum tern teta. These are the pretty things
i
<* *. Set XHSBB*. M..ar. C: Taftns.t D. Ballautlne, eommandlag norMa J JDlYIaIoa. oath: { theater before Henry Irving I in beautiful dark pottery, Muh

i.a>...... kt United Confederate Veterans.For ."Yon do solemnly swear that: had Arrived ODe of the actor in the round ball and tall slender r

VstrJBJMM[ AND FRrtOHTr.rs *- further taformatlon relative to yon will take the jury to some convenient 1 company who wa noted for hit accomplishments coffeepots teapot with bowls, .....
.... out Late arm _. sugar Bad
C DLnuawfc
>. -nV Ut Le a* a mimic proceeded :
Wal- and there them
railroad rates, etc. write to E. J. place safely -
cream to match. These
.: Krwls. Wm. W.. MfPssisM.. XHI before she her thoroughly'r. to give a lively! and elaborate! im- jug are
of the keep witbout'Bat here I got eyes
/ ABrn7tB: t_ C. T4 .-. *- ker. Plorida Paasengrr agent thej hound with silver around tJae'top,
..... .. H.: Pssgla K. .., a.... T. i Naahville Cnattaaooga ft 8L Louie judge failed to remember the bal-I| But when her eye were OJlf'D' hation of the actor knight's chaiseItrriatk the edge of the cover the aoer Bad

< ; Tsmslss.,. tU i Railway. JackwavOle, Pla.Fred race of the oath s4 eonclnded ant begin to laugh and then ni nnerim*. As he finisher the has held ia
haia
1LKTLTC'a&'Y.. i little. cried at the sight of 1 his demonstration Sir Henry'swell place by tiny
\ : U Kobertsoe.AdJntaatCeneral with: 'And all the rest of tbe ] poor Boll/ of Ux metaL On the sides ., the
M r... F. B.: TSm. 1. R.: OrlTjiev A. firings. Voa know what they hook nose, nd if you never saw a a known voice called from the 1
and ClaW of 8taC.nCTlBIXE. are different
piecee: are cut eut iaitiabia
9 : Dae..1.H. I better than I do. Take the jury1out. elephant have hysteric jou don'tknow depth* of tier darkened auditorium :
{ i W. silver medallion
PTBUC BML XGS-R.ewer. ; --- or B upon which
how likes it be. Merr good l": Very good indeedM
cyclone can -
r-. *. H. Ct KsflUr. i. ", Brs- 0.irtmt i be inti
can aia.
se {I engraved initialer
;
........ R. T.lUKrFACTCKESFrlSPSll.. I Right at the worst of it Bally felt 2on> in fact that there i ill no,
obit CiBT : -- .1 Tk Rabbits U.id.r.t.ed ( some one shake him. He opened hi* sectfor/ both of m in this cornno name or anything desired.Ptrhjp .

'1' Ta Ossvsd. *. A.: ...... B. :{ All! overcome ;tadtgertloai: Bad dya- Here is a stony which i ia credited eyes; he woke up. The dreadful nr.. A Usew Ce.7 -.

"' .BsOr i. sRDICATIONALBseftss. i I I l+ p .ui; regalBte the bowels. ud eeft'' to Lord Haron: .\ company of scholar thing bad been nothing 'worse than hate crib
about
W. MA. you a t
...... w. Wof CJaIItW. ...... -: levee and kidney _plalDta. It.* thebrut going together to rt4 rabbits a dream. Ob. how glad be waBolly. ...?.-- F.r bp'" 1I apSee.mi ieta. by 3-feet stored away ia the garret

I..J a... L4 asxstsy. 1a; .m.m.J. blood earicber and invigorator In had one scholar with them who bad' ." grunted his mother, ")toa"houldll"t jentuant; Colonel Seton Chnrch- If -o, and there is S space ia the

..fH..: Bets. A. J.MXPGPATKON$1. the world. It.. purely vegetable pee.)| not much more wit than be *.. eat so much hay for sup ill of the British army recently tolda children'a! room, it there. Hemore -

} e ell. s .. B. T. reedy harmleae, and should rom be a. born .with and him they cautioned per. It gave you nightmare, and good story at the London Mi..sioorr the drop tide put and make B

__ F. .. Tat... t. H, Den. J. 1L.B. sufferer from disease you win use It tt\\;' to be silent if he saw any 1 I1bihi'for r ou were groaning terribly." :
i. W. ........ IL w.: I IaAip. I IaTSIITADOIENT. you are .t_ i a company of rabbit before tbe tr t It We*!* Last L*..i.r. a ,.,.hriou" M-nice in the an, _
Co IL mien
H. c.: O.etktda : 1teQ17. i' R. N. Aael"ItOf' end manager for the boss or girls to curt "
B : ...... ,... !I'I Coco and Rorkledge New. Cocoa.JFla and cried out in Latin. ."Behold.maay 4 4dr.. mamma" oiieneil fite-rear' a Kattir a."j,;ed what all the noise 'i:;.- and enjoy their book in. %
ILl rabbits*** He had old I.. ..l-f lHe ... trill
*OVEftTtllINO8. I writes: "f have used roar HerWoe '> ip sooner o.ft' you gntn; to git 434 > U'fl the\

;:: jm. r. B.; Bytagt JI:. T.: Blsckssss In family, and dad It a moat paid! ibis than the rabbit ran to me another picre of .pier ire. ixhipinf GOO IIMIIUMthc.\ T. C*>*r.

...; r w.; Hvthsftagtasv. ,t. F. 'I excellent my medicine. It effect apo' their burrow Being reproml l hr lbi Why d<) gnu ..1.. dear!?" inquire! \1'1..1: | to go It beaten which .. .. T. preserve the grernolor in
auarberiagetr ,
saemsers.
The ot
ton Bet
companion for it, be answered.1io his mother. i i trry nice plive. The native then scorn vegetable, like: and
have been marked benefit. pea
'," -. laafl are ae follow*: Jr. I aimelf recommend It unhesitatingly.a S lie "\\ tlie devil would hate thought; 'r.a..." I he explained "if T."ti'" '!'I''rM.) "" lit' then. doe not bnt- .<. .11... the lid bud! never \Ire 09liile
**o. W. R. Jackeon, J.I. I ,
that the rabbit understood lain ain't III eat this pi"'ve real slow.! ,: 4 annex hearens"I 'I they are boiling.
Brews W MColh.. A. J. Sold by Red Cross rhamacy. I I

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I j OFFICIAL I A GUI FOR PRIMARY ELECTION I. CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE.AanouBCMneBts t II | | CONDENSED STORIES. as living when la he America.arrived there was BO hone .J J

: hE I lame* J. Hill sd the ......... pi KiverStoamboet It Is not known what caused the extermination -

TIle professions ) : ''' ''''''I Race.Jror of the animals mentioned -

Rules and Regulations I the Primary be Held Maj, Dally and weekly will slMrepoUs be IssartsJ for to la* dolor tb- '. J. Hill the railroad president shove but of the animals f4a

I 1 ...... la either edition for ave dollars Ix-R n his connection with the the fossil bed with them the deer

10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County. Candidate for County Oommtevionrrssad transportation business through manatee, alligator and whale still *oi>-

BMmbers of the school board will be stesmlioalinc, but he ooo desertedit vl\..-Jo .pb W.cox. la Sarasota !
?.u.recn: eSL Er_vtriss-r_ } t lehanwd _bait tbow ._ata Time
for railroading. The road which
A meetiLg of tile County Democratic i i law. and shall at once forward the, No annouacvmoat Inserted until paid I
AT LA\: 'i I .. he has made knownwas -
ATTORNEYS since
Voe M> widely
Executive Committee for Dade county returns to the Chairman of the County INSPECTORS APPOINTED

WU1 STMOO*la all _.... Btaw as4 ..rail t Florida was held at Miami, Florida !I Executive Committee.The at that time considered the -
rts
Special IsHUtloiler :sastUlscsad entK oa the llth day .f April A. D. It 04. : imminent to be paid by the} Fort COL-NTT TRKASL RKJt. lowevt in the <'ouutrv. Mr. Hill listened The meeting wa called to order if

teal Tides.U.BWXJST.. pursuant to adjournment. varkui candidate shall be aa follow: I good turedlv to the fun that Chairman Filer la the city hall. M.ual1a
r Mlestl. Fla. I To the Democratic Voters of Dade
-- ..-- i The following' amended caJl for a Representative ....... ........ Ill 00 1, ty. Florida C.w.was naturally poked at his road and <- .. at 2 p. tae April 11. IXM.

P T. fllAGOS. K. D. primary election was adopted to-wlt: Senator ...... ...... .......... 15 00>. I I hereby announce myself a candidatel worked the harder to improve it. The following member were prewu

a OOVo wtU Bed Oest Pbarweeycoretravo Notice I* hereby given that then ,(Sheriff .... ... ........ ........ U 00 l" for Dade slectloe.County to Florida the office ef Treasurerat :' Meeting. Mr. Hill one day in th. a person or by proxy: Messrs. J. a<

.Mk.-. tats i will be a Democratic Primary Eelee- Clerk of the Circuit Court...... 3000 1 win -of majority of subjeUmoomadect : street in :St. Paul, **iamond Joe one. Potter Ly, .... King S I I.

C 'i ition held la the several election dis-I Tax Assessor .................. 2000 l voter .. win be expressed m the Dess- Btnold of upper mrr Meamboa- tier. Bnrteahaw. and KlrkmaaUpos .

1CIAML FLORIDA. trlcu of Dade county Florida. oa May Tax Collector ................. ZS 00 septic primary May M. mi fame Mid : I motion Mr. Bull was el-<-. -4

Jl.-- 10th. 1904, and if necessary, on June County Treasurer ............. 20 00! I C. H. RACTXKSO1', I "Jim, III iimti.h our of nl\ steamboat ding secretary.

PL J. M. JACK80K.omci, : :tII. 1904. for the nomination of all I County Judge ................. IS 00| I dw Miami Fla.A. ,* against one of your trains ill I TIM minutes of the last meet*** a -<.

... : Democratic candidates State and COWIt County Attorney .............. lv 00 a fair rate for $500 a side." .read aoJ approved.The .

HOT I. BISCAY BLOCK, Av 1). ,. to be voted for by the Democratic I Superintendent of Public Instruction II:. H8TSKX. "Wfll. I don't know," hesitated call for primary wa ame'j..da

i elector at the General Election to beheld .. .. Candidate for : Mr. Hill. "=>uaiv of .>our boat arepretlt follow:
FLORIDA. ...... ..... .. I 00 dw
MIAMI County Judge. "
: November 8th. 104>> aDd to be appointed -!I County Commissioner ......... 100 I fa.t. See official call oa third page.i .

by the Democratic Governor' of .... 100 I "('001...; 111 race you ur" tre ru, i V motion wa made by Mr. Kirk-aa;" *
RUSH.Office Supervisor Registration
W. B. ,
QR- I of the State betmeen the date of holdIng FOR SHERIFF urged" Revnolda. to nominate county commissioner*
!' Member of County School B rd. 1 00 I
street. 'Phone }H4.Residowce. such primary election and the bold- -Olu thunder: returued Mr. Hill end member of the school boat'
Ma-Itth if
Justice of the Peace......... 1 00 f To UM Domocrstle voter of1 Dade Ceua- I "
10" Street and Avers ring of the election A. D. 190C, in a disgusted tone. 11 you'f'l'in go district Same defeated t
n-tR. primary I Constable:* ..................... 1 00 Ty. Florida.I : stuck! the then I wa a
'PboDe IIIAMI FUr it and of a Democratic candidate for horobr announce surootf' a candidate to to river, you II| vote of ( to 2.V .
I County Fish and Came Warden 1 00
.; | Called State Senator to be voted for I for -eloetloa to the efflee ef BherlsT etDaxlo might as well drop the notion of a communication from a meetiL -rf

w. BACXUS by the Democratic member of the Legislature j I: All candidates are required to file a County. Florida subject te the ra..... I thought; you meant you'd I .i',d,dates held In Miami May 10.t..
written appliiatlon to have his name ; will of the majority of the DenMcraOe bring boat out on the fslonjruJe ,
C'r.flu. of the State Florida at Its your priri<
.An o i *:as read and disciused by various iiidates r
voters as wfll be expressed la the Democratic
official
appear upon the ballot on the track and merome
.. SlI"'llca&l.4 Detail stsdi | session In A. D. 1905. blank furnished by the Committee. primary to be hold Mar M. .... I "how-X. York Tribune.give i before the committee. Flni..y.he .
fur BuIl41. of All: Kind. Fine I The following officer are to be nominated dw JOHN FROHOCK. : fol'owlng: Inspector, clerk, ud
accompanied with the fee above set I
Specialty.Orricc.
Restdeoce a at said primary e'ectlon to-wlt: :lolling place were decided upon far
IDB. *. fortn with S. L. Patterson Secretary Speaker Cannon Saved f 1.50. ,
1315. AVEM-E 1 United States Senator : I take this m Mhod te inform the vet th- following preciDCts.:
of the County Democratic Executive William II. Osm. the actor. w- .
i 1 Representative In CoLgres Second on at Dade C..t7bet I wll be a eaadldato II i No 1-lu-pector ,. Geo. MePhea..
; Committee on or before the lid day for reelection to the office of Clerk introducr l to SjH-iikfr Cannon on
L E. CRAYZB Congressional District of April A. D. 1904. of the Circuit Court subject to u.. action I day reiitIy in the latter's orioe/ at I I Ernest Stypmaa, J. M. Ennls; rg,
1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the U W. Hesfcey; polling place stc W
I I i This April 11th. 1904.I :of the Democratic primaries. May ML the ('II vito!. Aftrr hakmg hands

DENTIST. o full term of six ,an.. I \\. A.. Filer 1' _....... U elected to perform theMe .... : with the tar, the >,>rjiker backed off lIMa Halter Ki&dW&c.

n.tMs l e.rs.rAvw.eM ,N I 3 Justice of the Supreme Court. 1 \ of the oftoe. la the future aa la the No. 2 Inspector. E. Edward. J. sVtslar. "
pyre I. wawa "jWif.: I Attest: Chairman. peat to the boot of i
% ability. I wJJ.Ibe
wst. my
;
Brooker
1 Oonnlor.I Henry ; clerk. E. C. Miller
I George P. Bull.Secretary sratoful to those who will favor mr i
MIAMI FLOIRDA. 1 Secretary of State. I pro tern. with the r __ polllsg place school htvae.

1 Attorney-General. QUALIFICATION or VOTERS. ':dw E. C. DEARBORN.. No. J..-Inspector*. H. L. Hillier. U .

I W. Bur\t arclt. N. H. Butch cl.... J
I1 Comptroller. ;
Home Seekers Seoord Primary-Tuesday. June 7.General ,
Treasurer.. I hereby aaaovnee myself ae a ewwav I I W. Comstock; polling place, da-
1904.
Attention.Yo I i dais for the office of Clerk ef the Circuit house
1 Superintendent of Public Instruction. :
: Election-Tuesday November court, subject te the erica of the 1 1Democratie I '
will find it to your inters No.I..pecton, W. H. Cox C A
party. Primary elertloe. r
May
I 1. 104.
to call on me before investingFnrnlahed 1 Commissioner of Agriculture. i !. Uu6. Mali Jesa Daaghtry; clerk. CaUea

house and rooms terVnt 1 1 Kallroad Commissioner. The registration books will not be lei J. 8. rREDERICK. I I Pence; polllag place, school '-

Real bargain Insurance in real,e.tatr taUt 1 Adjutant-General. i 1 reopened: for the second primary elec- o, No. 5- Inspector. J. J:. Chamfer;

city and country. tlon. FOR TAX COIXECTOR. L B. Taylor. T. M. McRae
attested to. 1 1 State Chemist J I ; clerk. R.
coflection. etc., POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. ', I hereby announce myself a candidate P. Hodges r
polllag .
adthorixingm" ; place school hove
license 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh I
special
a all kind legal trap Payment of poll lazes for 1902 and for the office of tax collector of No. C-ID'pectOl'lo Z. Cavewder. Jao.Cmstead.
: to prepare Judicial Circuit. !
fen 01 real estate Low fey. I 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial 113 Is a prerequisite to voting at all Dade County abject to the action ofthe R. P. Saxon; clerk W. aCassels

prompt attention.C.. elections this year ', coming Democratic primary ; polling place. Hardeel store, its .

C. CARROLL. I Circuit I I EXEMPTIONS.The lw T. N. GACTIER. Na Inspectors., R. A. Bryan W t!
Public i
1 Proeecntlnf Attorney.
Notary*r' following conditions exempt I U Braekwell. D. O'Neal; clerk task! %'
All AYZ. D. !c CAR llUUJrO 1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNET.
-- -- person from the payment of capitation Straaabaa: polllag place truall..'. J
I District. or poll taxes: I hereby announce myself a* : eaadl1: I Y new halt t

g011eseblaow.J. 1 Member of the HOUM of Representatives. date for the .We of
Prosecuting Attorney 1
: First-Any one who ha lost a Umb I Na I.-I..peetora, H. Padgett J. r.
.Iid... for Dad COWItJ. subject to the '
: O la battle. 1 Newla J. W. Ives; clerk R. Cothroa;
1 County Judge. I approaching iMtoocratie; primary election. I
MAVNARD.Aft. I | polling place school boose.t .
We C. -.lut-.ADy one wan was S3 .rears I I wI
1 Sheriff. -- I H. r. ATKINSON.
In'- of oa or before December 31. 190L j l' t Na 1-Inspectors. J. S. Pardae. A.W.Crorcartie. .
.P.S 1 clerk of the Circuit Court age ;I Miami. PiaMADE
lem1ty n Mitt(: 1 1 County Assessor of Taste.C Third-Any one becoming of age (21 I J. S. Peters; clerk C:
hisses I' Pendleton
!: TOUNO AGAIN. r ; potUng place school *..
Jewelerj. I yjers old) oa or after January 1. 101. ,
CoeD
t. Wtl.ta, 1 Tax Collector. "One of Dr King' New Life Bill 'id No. 10-Inspector*. L. A. Oebora. J
1 ., Fourth-Any one who had become .1'' iI d x
of Public InI t
i, t County Superintendent 'each night for two weeks ha put me M. Burdi.... Prank landau; clerk M L
resident of this State, and county jo
; : ) I rnction. In ..teem: again" write D. H. Tar- H I Kellum; polling place' city hall.
MCDONALD after 1903.
GEt or Jaanary 1. I
1 Sjrrej-or.: 'nor of Deiuiweytown. Px They're the No. 11-Inspector*, Jackson rV -

t ad &tJeer I 1 County Treararer.i It property registered say oC the {I'i best In the world for Liver. Stomach r i I d dI cock John MeKlasle. J. W. Galloway;

. ser.ew..t mad hWI..WLe'" a .p.c.an: i County Commissioner above can: vote at all election, State |i,and Bow..l*. Purely vegetable. Never cantos saves II :S*. clerk Fletcher Albury; polling pace:

. COC01XDT GROVE. KLA. 1 Member of the County Board of and county, held this year, without :j gripe. Only %5e. at all drug (tore*. Old Hardee ltoaNo. -
from him his Brad to oneside
tipped
, Public Instruction. paying any poll or capitation tax. 1Z-1.1)terton. W. A. Cooper. JGea '
anti looking at him
critically
1 Justice of the Peace la and for DinPARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. Tbe situation In the senatorial corn ; I Stlnehouser. W. J. Dougherty;

E J. A. DANN. 'I, trict No*. 1. 2. I. 4. I. I, T. .. *. Person under the following condition ; 't"1'' 11 bre one candidate ha rwrtrI eirlaimrd"Vell.w a [xt-nlur plca-ure. do to you me know tocc, it clerk Gen W. Moodie; polling place

.: 10, 11. 12 and 13. will be liable for one poll tax I I' pure a deidsel expression of tinil' von today It lie the first time I \er i! Brown A: Moodie's warehouse.Na _

s...................e4...w-Ih..rpG.tr J : QoIwII 1 Constable la and for District. No*. !only for 1902 or 1903. as the ease maybe ol the people favoring bin nomirati.m : looked Mt you williout bung olh.eel! !, J ; 11-Inspectors, Henry Cowman.

3 3 t 6 .. T .. 9 10. 11. 12 : and yet larks a rixm ufhavli I Ernest Mall. Will Anderson
r l5 l5.FIvi 1. : J to give up a dollar! and a !half for the I clerk C.
lampsIM 1 and U. | : e the required majoritv) over all W. Hill: polling place school house b
user te.w .:..,i Any one who became S3 yean old prn ilc/e. ._
..... S Presidential Elector thewof his rorapett; mi't! hsr not Na U-lnaJll'cton. J, W. Saxon. W
i l during 1SOS will be required to pay $I
4 Delegate at Large to National Con- for account of poll tax for that rear.I t little| effect upon the pruning opinion Most Absentminded Man. j I E. Blantoa. W. H. Slstrunk.; clerk J. .

>I vention. 'ii ".ii) 1Ef5110NEY'AKDTAB I Any one who may become: of age (21 .
2 District Delegates. houM he changed MI that th ranilldale _m... tie iK-nim miiv KailiT) III It was moved and earned that naniM

Oerwe Oeidsi F......is gwr 13 Member at Lair of State Commlt- I jyean old) at any time during 1902: ba..inIbe highest vote to..ul.l I Ibe the hOI\- *Hl>at lilt twt ali- -ntmindiil 'I of candidates for members of the roualy -
will be required to $I for tax '
pay poll 0 0i i declared the .
tee J I i party nomineei.e'tpl man in lli< south lltetat m\ executive committee be placed oaI I

GOING 1 County Member of State Committee. i for the year 1903. :' will eventually Uvtinv
ARE YOU 1 Member National Committee. |i Any one becoming a resident of this' with a n.M-trrti that requires such alone noel -'" Iii. n.iinr halt t 1"1 was al. moved and carried Diet

I i State and i drawn out content to i!..- W- tlire. IW'1e .-c-l -iKim: he candidates for :
North or West ?2 1 Supervisor of Registration. county daring 1902 will be i l % I game warden be p!*<-*4 :.
j liable for the poll tax for 1903. which of several office seekers shall be to g" up to tic itxirtltoitMr on some ;Jon the regular ballot and the call ti.

1 County Fish and Game Warden. WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. t tAil i''the duly selected nominee of the par-i bu-n:et.. He took. a pmv of ]11\1"r| | date for maid office be assessed II lilt

isyille Nashville I! 1 Member of Dade County Democratic I male Inhabitant wLo are 21 : 'tv It In morsHlxInc: {; to clues trartyorgae.luttin.Penmacnla and wrote on it. 'lluel at '< 0..1.......' Mr John, of Precinct Na 1 hscd-e:
Lj & I ; Executive Committee la and for I and i-lutk the !
the I.H of
( News >
uirr on
L[ years tf age and were under (S year |" r i in his resignation. as a member of tw _
Predneu Nai J 2. I, 4. 1,6.7.1. bw olln-e.' '
Railroad : of age December 31. 190Li committee sad tbe name wa accept.vl.A .
9. 10, 11. U. 12, and 14. EXPOSURE "lie tini-hed MJO.I.: 'r than he ("][- i| motion
... .eruJoe. was made and carried tail
*
Ott...* ..excelled | aK Any one becoming a resident of this
and dmrn the 1
pecld can.e i-ln-el !
Pullma.pioxlate .I I The rule governing laid prunar) inspectors and clerks' be paid $200 f...r
:. }pdoders train ewrryiaf eoarbe, free ,.. i election shall be the same aa those j I State and county prior to January L To cold dmirhts of air to keen and thinking out -oine ui;,:lil\. problem" : ,day

eI..P"So j adopted by the. Democrat* Executive j i 11903. 11m be required to pay poll taxi i .rutting winds sudden changes of temperature When lie chmtxil up tltr .isir' to lu- | The next
and eli.lalf earl I meeting of the comai:tu>
ellai.t ebalr cars' Committee, at their meeting held la I! for 1902 and 1903. scanty clothing undue exposure other/ lie found the fifu. 'ilat k at ;>
Cities railed
and _'Mn was for April 21, 1*\4.
M\__ .orther. ear service in tbff1cN "Jacksonville, on January 23d. 104. for If they become a resident after Jaaioary of the throat and neck after o'rlni k. -taring him in the fare. lie There being no further business .

The.tiled dial" governing State primaries so far as i 1. 1902. and before January 1. ,, I Ij public r speaking and aiming bring on took out hi* vrlili. found) it 11"1'| 'motion was made and 'carried to aoVjjonra. o

j ': ''.0.:11..41: colds. Ballard's horehound but a uuarttr pa--t i and cat .).
Droqla Tieietl t1a.Ike same ..11be applicable to thecounty J1903.J they ,ill be required pay poll .
AD Agtataell 1 1t to salt until :I." Xew fork World.
primary. Those and only those ;, tax for 1903 only. Syrup Is the best rare GEO P. BOLL

L.&N. persons shall be permitted to become I their Mrs. A. Barr, Houston. Texas writes. I!
j Any one reaching majority (%I' Hope Deferree Secretary Pro Tem
Jan 31. 1902: "One bottle of i
. /or'tea. eebedule*. and sleeplnc earJ. candidate before, or rote at or parttdpate i: years) oa or after January 1. 1902, win Ballard' iwrretarr Hay rl't..uC'OI l a letter I
I II Horehound
.. Syrup cured of
nwn.&I.pp11 la themanagement of maid. primary me a very
!I be subject to payment of roC tax for 1 bad eoagh. It Is tie oilier Jay l from an admirer in i QUICK ARREST.J. .
; very pleasant to
Fleming. election who declare their ad-
M.
1903.It.
...esaer A.1.Jsrts.miJS.F. hereoce to the principles and organluUoo ,take." 2Se. SOc, tl.no. Sold by Red the se-el, who laxloM-d a |iMn-lu eulo- 1

: .,....... tr_ Ba, ....-. all case of exemption of a voter J Cross[ PIIarm...,.. << -lie of the diplomat's canter."I I .
f of the Democratic A.
Najuoral. Gulled Verbl'Da.
a. ; party had inter''".! to hold [ of Ala.. was
I State and county who are by from payment of poll taxes, he Bust until you died" the .-ritrr..id thepot"DI in hi. ,: .twice la the hospital from a severe

the law of the State lawful elector I secure of the supervisor of registration letter the cane of plies causing 24 tumor. After
to "hut I
wrretarj, a*
--roIEf5I1OHEYAKDTAR i [lof the dectkM districts. la which they I a certificate setting forth the fact that FOR tired of waiting I thought 1'J send pot /
.4eN sa+e e..tle... a..s....... I ... to vote, who have paid their poll I I such voter U exempt If the certificate I UNITED STATES SENATOR it to you now M. I I: Arnica Salve quickly arrested

taxes legally due not lees than tea i exempt the voter from payment of Although pressed to make the !i further Inflammation tad cured hiss

day before said. primary election and I poll taxes for both year (UOI and VOTE FOR poem public. the secretary refrained' | It conquer and kills pals !Se, at all P

[60 XPERILNCZ YCAR$ i mho than,, when challenged by aa elector I 1903). If properly registered. ke can Does it speak well ofoiir druggist. j

pledge la writing .pow oath, heroes then vote poo. presenting to the Inspector achievements or doe it criti.iswyou I

any Inspector, to abide by and 1 such eerUneai of exemption j jIf JAMES P, TAUAFERRO ?" the secretary wa asked.. ; .1

1 f I support the reewl: of such and .. "fnenJlv '13fr. Compression of the 9
primary the voter to ubect to only one WHOM N.. MC: It COMMONLY PRONOUNCCD OOOh. it i very replied! waist may De x

support the ._Inu thereof. pod tax either for 1902 or POI the II.,.. "He call mess SUB and ;i harmful but If the right young maa

The polls shaH be opened and closed same rile win apply a. to securing At IF IT WAS meteor and a slsr. On the whole. 1'.' attempt, It most girls are wilting to

Trent DCOICIMCOSTSMOMT MAMM i at the several election district at the a certlBeat of exemption- the tw.J'MI'L' ,PELLD"TOLIVERI" think it i* a very food poem. take ebMeca.

Ar hour fixed by the gooeral election law. <
A Lord ..... leer,. GROWING
ACHES AND
PAINS.
a srai=:::ees..e.. tw. .. e.: Tke following named persons are hereby '
.
.. There or'
"wN minister
.p.- .a. !' appointed Inspectors sad Clerk tor PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. was a deprived

:::.r..ald arw..e.e L.ttsa..aee.r..rr' the sevett'lR U order to he qualified to vote at the hit pulpit who Mid to some of hi- ': Mrs. Joule ........ Bremoa.1. Texas. ..
soh.A < election districts
w c:::" e;: :L: :
friends that the
esmer action' sbooU
--. e...,_.r iMSdtItlfk primary election oa May 10th or Juae' co-l> writer. April 11. 1K2: 1 have used
(Sore report committee. meeting on I hundred Dlf'.'* live. They understood ;,
JD tok'aLUN T, 1904. poll tam for 1902 and 1903 BaHarr Snow Liniment ta my family
I Bret page.) Frank Clark I* certain of a handsome it a* if. being a turbulent f.lfA three
__ _... must be paid oa or before I o'clock P. III' years I would not be without -
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._ .c eo... .._.. -.... -.-" The voting shall be "y ballot on M. Friday April 29, 1904 (Mm day before t majority over Barr next time I low, be would have moved sedition.so It la the house. I have used It oay
--- but be nor his friend will they complained of I"". Tliei
& Co.u'.Hew Yet tkftets furnished by the Kate and the first primary election). top work little girt for growlag-palae ...
_. .. ": .c until after election day a* they Intend I be explained' that his meaning 11.1" aches la her knees It cured her right
I County Executive Committee; and *t "" r it>. Mary Barn forever politically that if he lost hi* benefice he ...nl,1 '
away. I have also used It for free*
j the cleat of such slsedoa. the lasper-i. Only a fool maa would deliberately i prsetice Bhic sad then he ilwi tit
Earn: Is already sick unto death but J ;.; bIt 1 <- feet with good sect.... U U
1 tars Md Clerk shall proceed to oaavaa f make aa enemy by sneeitac within ?,III make a dying effort to get a few M> should kill a hundred m-.a :in "
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!!! : 1 1t I tJ"mf' best Ualmeat I ever ..... 2Se 5 e.tlM.
dtptwe I tho rote .IB aceordaae with De Kate tea year of a womaa** real age. {more vote than he had last time. f Sold ry Red Cross Pharmacy.r 3

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THE -DAILY MR DEARBORN'S DEFENSE.The There are now In Belgium tout excitement wa created last

school for the instruction of fisher night by a burly negro entering the

IIA II METROPOLIS :Mh tropoll calls special I attenmm men. The pupil are taught bow to)i borne of Paul A. LJane at ,IS: 8< ,- | DO NOT TAIL TO SEC j jWHALER'S

tn the article. on the front page.tsnr.1 read weather charts, how to make I hi .nth avenue He is said to have secreted
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IJ. F. C Dearborn which orI. best use of currents what the notion himself under the lied of the
.......1.ese day ttcpt" 3ssdsj. JEWELRY STORE
". ., .. girt\ the moet ronkplcuousil.e of the sea Is like, how to make theft slog man's mother and. when dls-

L L I4ft IlNsrti | "' .-...::1.1.. in the hope that all will own nets, how to manage; a bout in a inered. ran violently against Mrs
IlL f. 111Rrt6t0't 1F
-- read IITh. storm how to use the Jatext in ten < IJanen. knocking her down Her cries 3l4..121 b Street.McREE .

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.. Metropolis knows and everyone tioos of fishing apparatus etc There bought her nephew. Joaquin Gonzales'
f -
a.e d I. h. r...1011I... .. 1" atj1onu..eoad y .-l-k-I know that it Is sometimes necessary are about I*** pupil now In these with a lamp who struck the negro

lw a.teet : for Mr Fills to leave the oBcr wbools uter the head. with the lamp and then -
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Y.. a..I..ra x.wsp.p.r publt ae.i vis..sta s ,' for a few moment and perhaps oceasiunally i ran at him with a chair, but Le escapI {
Lard .1 tan C.tt.d sow st the The Benedict Arnold houw a itevdutionary ed the hack door when Pan.appeiird I
through
,_ .a iethera ..II... ......t.oI. i for s few days or week. and I I : BR.C>'S.
-- 'that when be is absent that his "ac.swtant" ) War landmark at :New-; Ha with a pistol and shot a' i
L rrl eo.dta.. tiee.W.-secs per Us.. I is being torn down The fromlonrs KINDER LOr. (:
:JI' ttgy....li_ tram thw nup i must do the work Mr Dear- II ren. him four times an he ran off down ; .\..
f and of the old colonial' (
some
(*t Year by Mall... . . -cis.0I I born K...C. that Mr Flue wan absent ; the alley at the luu-k. u the hixiiu : .
windows have been given: to the :New-; j j'laven Times :
Six Month. ...... . . . .... !-b Colony Historical Society tot
I. Three Month. . . . . ... 1.%5 during the last three I COItRE I'O-DE"CE.:-';
reservation For many yearn the olilhouse ,
the' Week by Carrier .. ... .. JOTil I tears and a half that he has been the where. Gen. Arnold lived whenl it Kinder Lou Crates.

boo<*. and that the warrant were signed I 1 Between the Trades Unions and theContractors'
r lull Printing Coopuj.Arrertlslng 'an apothecary before the war ban been
t by "...othHtb_ )lr. Fills. Of Association.
the center of several stone ,.rdll. It I Chase & Harne '. Miami
rates made known onapplication. I course If Mr Fitts was out of the Building Trades Council )
has been used. n* a warehouseGive
county some one must take bis place of Miami and Vicinity. Sell-S5=x

TELEPHONE. U-3R. and we stand corrected to that extent Miami, Fla.. Feb. 1%. !*>&. I
hungry man something/ !I
a _1 cedar
mCE: METROPOU3 BUILDING When he gars to a hospital or ; To the Contractors' Association: 111.811. Lou 7ratCsall
eat before handing him advice j I
432 and 434 Twelfth Street on his vacation "another" sign the 1 Fla.: over Dade County.

Opposite Court House.COXPAKATIYX warrants and check for him. Horseless milk wagons for the If..- Gents: The Carpenter Local 993 demand .., . ... .. ...... ..... .. ...... . .. .. . . ..

The Metropolis I* obliged to Mr. livery of cowlew milk is about the that they receive aa eighthourwork .
-

OISTAHCXo._ Dearborn for the Information. that limit day commencing oa the ISlh . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I /M t Mr..t Mr. Fltt ta his "(&IIbler.W.. thought day of February 19 O4. the same being

Tr f Tea :=, W.gy. so- "Can you, tell m* what sort of the next day after your regular meetIng !

_OM __ doles The Metropolis I* still more Indebted weather we may expect this month?" i the eight-hour day to be granted Epicurean Restaurant : i

a., ___:':., :-.. HI .... to Mr. Dearborn for the Information wrote a farmer to tile editor of his without any reduction In wages. Ultimatum
ao_.. .. ._.-.a. II' M I
and he fol JOS.-12tb St.
es..r"- .. sty bet tNe that the county printing had county paper, replied as : If the above oemaad I* not

a d.Aiaa....:I ass .a rrl been lost to It." We did not know Io.It. I* my belief that the weather granted local KC of Carpenter and __
..... ..
aM III sitpI I
C "nno that before. We were under the Impression next month will be very much like Joiner of America will proceed U I Continuous Service from 6 o'clock aa. until 10 p. m ;

tMte'..srd Pees... I" tM pisp.s.a.a -and this Impression was your subscription MIL" The farmer ,adopt such measure" a* will bring ............. .. .a.. ... . . . . . . .

arale)_ Il M I dtu..7. deepened by affidavits of some of the wondered for an boar what the editor ,about the eight hour and three' dol
_..____. tits tM WI -
......,..-.. new candidate for commissioner presented was driving at. when he happened to Ian (I3.UO per day. K. J. PECK 8, Y. BAIIJt
.. .... .- ___ 1N ....
to the county executive com think of the word "unsettled" Hesent Tour respectfully ,
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MAY Zap 1904. .IUee-tbat the county printing wa the cheek.Edooard Loral 993 Carpenter and Joiaer 01 PeeK 9 Bailey

till being don at this office. America .sil..... R4b.Grad.

A* to where It may be done next Meyer find that the egvet- I A. B. Weaver.. Prea. YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS
The South to not for aye aa Mr able organism aa well a* the animal ,
and It W. F. Crofta See.
.
that la another question
year
Hearst ha probably dlaa vered. off la varying quantities.a I Overhauling and Repairing. Marine Railway.
la rather unjust and unfair to th. next five ray. Referred to the Bulging Trade.
evident the feebly 1011 Avr.aug D. MIAMI. FLA.
For aur-YeII ssd dash the board for Mr. Dearborn to thus publicly may be made by Council Feb. 13. liXH. for considera

Jape Jut now are beatlag the world admit that ke know where It fluorescent ereea. The most marked I Lion at which the wlthla demand was -

aal lacldenUlly the Russian will be done and we are under the 1mpnmlon Indications are given by the green unanimously endorsed.B. . . . . . . .

that be.... don them avery parts such aa stems, and especially I Sutton Pre

OnsiBltte Maya-o-win'support Cot Dave grave Injustice by this Insinuation. leaves, but the emanation are feebly I Seal.l U N. &leI I. See. l1 I gal

detectable. from the Bower. On treating Fla. Feb. 13 104. ] Carlos
for Governor. Mr. May, bas always Miami ]
tissue la active growth with the! i ivapor
.
bee a faJr-mlnded honest and We presume that the new board 'To the Coatraetorll'odatl. o
of chloroform *o a* to slacken
Jut .... will do what la for the beet Interest Miami: Formerly Site palm jlotQI.'r
their vital functions the N-ray ln tlcations -
o of the county la all thine Including Gents: Tour communication Bade

the county printingTheir friend were correspondingly lessenedEgypt date of Feb. n. UA4. to B. T. C. reedy Corner Avenue B a-d IIth Street .
If* a long road that ha no tara bat "

It ha BOW become pretty evident thai have argued this la their behalf and -. ed. considered, filed and oroerea aaswered. Gus. A. Muller Proprietor
of
I threatened with plague
a
_
*
the Three Friend combination bas the Metropolis believe that they wilLIt by stating that we cannot cortltutkmally '

gotten on the loop the loop track. may be that the Metropolis will locust and the government haa called enter Into j,contract a Open all the
of forced laborer to
out aa yearat
-a_ lose Of county pn Ug and It will army covenanted with yon oa tye Mas yo

Perhaps Mr. Broward could have no objections to file If U doe It combat the peat Owing to the ,OII.C1oruaI' mention: however we approve of ar
get a habit of never turning back or bltratloB' when consistentRespectfully. $250 per diy acid no. Special per week and to Commercial -
I I. not now and never ha beea dependent
job lot of campaign material from l Rooms
aside when one started. In a certain: meo. Large Sample
:: Governor Jennlng at bargain day upon the patronage of the eounly direction. It to poaribU. by illgrtagtrenches 1>. O. Dos 668, MIAMI FLA.
R Sutton, Pre
rates If be would apply for It commissioner or upon that of anyone
sometimes m. a length, to . . . .
man or .-combination men. for I, Seat) U N. Saell. Sec. . . .
-o- the Invading host and destroy < I
entrap
Called Brotherhood oft srlr.ters
Tbs Russian are BOW "71.<< a gooddeal i existence. It" too firmly established i! .
them before the locust take to theatop' land .
of merica .i. tio.9K!!
I Joiner t
In the home of the beat people
of their submarine tnata. They '' "
wing. At that stage nothing aperr I Miami.! Fla. Marti" 1$. 19'4contractor. Hotel
wM *so> be bragging about their underground of Miami and of Dad count?, to suffer Biscayne .".-
: ravage and they sweep every- A *. Miami. Fla.:
army In a abort while. If It never gets a dollar' worthof **

-o- work from the county and It i* >lag before the Gentlemen: TOG are hereby notlfiw Opea froal November S. .

that local union "3. U. B. of C. and J GRAHAM ProprietorOoracr
When the "cruel war to over." those sorry for the paper that must depend tat to Mai tat.
this small Item of prospective A* has already been stated there I*'iof;, A. after due etIILOIderaUoII. sad proeeedtng
bottled up corresponded.t la the far upon
Aveoue D and Twelfth Street
located la th* northwestern
portion the constitution
i according to
east can teal the public of.condition* Income. It may be that Mr. Deartor.knows .
of county another Immense peach i do hereby demand aa S-hour day, tc
what will do thpri.I-
existed. paper
actually
a* they
orchard embracing about two bundled MIAMI FLORIDA
----o---- Ing"- he think he does-but there take effect on and after July 1. 1M
acre This orchard Is the property Respectfully. r
1 Bolter and Democrat who seldom yet remains six months before a
of the Griffin Florida Orchard I ..
A. B. Weaver. Pr.
be made and several CI CIOO-IICCOCCCCClCC: vote or perform say service for their chance will likely
Compaay.lt I* located la tbe vicinityof W. F. Croft. See.RESOLtTIONS. .
party have small .. Komoka. oa the Jacksonville and I ,, Bush & Safford
ecratic party.The -. ._. knock and his out"pn.lI.cpan..ho the plans of Mr.'Dearborn Southwestern railroad sad within, Pianos) COIl

affected the next few day shipments will he Adopted. by the Contractor AasoclaI (.........-.I ........_
Herald la still
Tampa ever they may be
gin from that point In solid carload I tloa of Miami P'J&..- to Take Sal .
with biltou colic. If It could deliver S R.pr..nta.tiv

np that "Three Friend dose, relief It Is reported that Governor Jen- bit*.-Gainesville Bun.URAUTE Effect. May JOth W4.
I Steinway & Sons. News|York. AEm.rseaa
would most certainly follow. alng Is to work for the Divorce and It having come to the knowledge o
: Master Builder Associr.tlon thai
I the
-- Dispensary candidate for Governor. I Ptaao" Co. 8aat zs.

4* Mr. Broward could not force hisHmeaaary X. R. Broward. This la not surprising !|! unsatisfactory condition have for

bill through the legislature as the Governor signed one and A_NEW_ INVENTION. some time existed the building bus Other Hick Grade PUaos aid PUan Player..

while be wa a member of that body fathered the other.-Marlon DemocratOncaalxed I..... owing to the unwlie sad unjust Pianos from $225 up Cash or easy payments. Tun-
beard of uralitef 1
liar toil ever
he ao doubt think ha eaa become the ---0- Probably, not, for it i ia a new inten-j,exaction of the trade unions who inso- m.ij; and tt:=palriil A feu bargains in slightly

Jim TUlmaa of Florida politic by be Democracy is the only I much that many pen=-I eontem- used
pianos.
Open evenings.tOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
tion. It i* the invention of a Russian ; and may!
Ire elected Governor and forcing It on i ,|I .urressfnl Democracy. Democrat whoinse artillery oHitvr and themiiirnamed |I plated erecting new bnlkJags .

them la that way. la a contest with Democrat and it lag many extensive Improvements dot : :
'
llU.ileoel6k d.iml j
-.----- .hould the result and turn their lag the present UBur. have deferre. -- ...
acreot to distinction I lie in tbe fact that ilU -- ------ ;
K. uf P. will 1 doing m. co long a* the present COB Mr. W. If. stated Star
Bay Biarayne lodge (UBS on the enemy. absolutely fireproof. trail i ilj| Dillon lo a 1 _
dillona exist: it I* therefore apparen t-
their dead Monday afternoon. representative this mornlnjr that' be
rommemomte ---o-- coupowd .f a.Ur tu. &fiber, with a] i'' "
That date to also O. A R A most sensible Interpolation of proportion of .ilk'atr. bicar-), that the growth: and prosperity of th bought( a ...........Jrllt plan to removehe I

Memorial Day throughout the Vnlted: I I I -ondltlons In the Southern States now. proper Donate. of soda and chalk. In a oft city' ha been greatly restricted caning water frimi the slop| would be toi.vrure ;

states Mid prior to the civil' war. Is made by form heel' of uralilr i. like in **- great Injury to all branches of business the old' fire ..." ..... form Tly I|
I I I .
Bnwwt' Hamlln Abbott I. the Outlook. beetu board ; when hard it reM-ro- >aced b> toe city, whl-h )* ru-v In

Uajor the Clair-Abram "ys Frank This writer know what be Is talkln blot finely awn done and has a metallic It is therefore resolved by this Ar He p,oteaei Inn ,.t' Mr J. H. '1011""". 'i

Clark to not elgiMe to offl<-.. Hon. }I ".....t and I I. on. of the very fewS'orthern rinjr. lV>i.lc.. bring a nonconductor u' I.lion That we leclare aa ope tad rump U.e water out of the .:uk

H<*e Smith, of Georgia. says he Is. I t I : men who do. of beat and t'lc'( Iridl", it shop. a sliding scale' of waxes an Ltd La.>- 0-1... Tbi.- v.ouU: .ot raifi

I. hundred I I and ; that nine C'( hours shall constitute I.lay's the In I.... Davis t'aan:
and .11I ,-.i. men every 1 U |ir <.tKally waterproof ii notafTeitrd water e more

will back up the Smith opinion a> ''x- : NEW CITY DIRECTORY.-The ofhial b, the arid contained in work 1..11 branches of th. brie Inches As all\ the Inlets to the i<:[

tug correct directory of the city of Miamior tmoke in I lar;:e to. n.. wln<'h ililrufaKunizrd \ b..lltI'ut! trades. dug are shut off and no water U runJin I
It In further ,....oI..PeI. That we pledge Clearance
o I 1,"4. l is jut out and the Metniptlls iron. Mori-otrr. It tail !is. Into It at present the work of {

The Broward Club recently organ: acknowledges receipt of a ropy cut by liar usual t.arJ'C'nt..ro' woodworker !- ourselves Individually and for the \s. Tamping the water out with the old

li-riatloa that hereafter' no dlsrr'roma reliable fire, engine would not take/ Salelol

TMvIa club In the same city had M' r. .\ll,, R I'Iorrl-l. The bunk lnh to form. |.nrlin;: for wall, or puni- lion shall be made between union and more than two days and then *..j'
I r labor and it U also agreei' I
_berL This Is abut the i""w er l.-rer and hawlwmer than lion ; it can be Miintitl. :rainol.poliilied non-union and bolo could be given & thorough j i >

comparison of the popularity .rf the edition of last year. It contains Ib.j and Allied together like that each member of this Aacwiatkssign .mil.tI,," sail the outle't found I Men's i Boy'sSHOES

tw. men throughout the tate. I IUf'CI and In addition: to the wood : it dop* not .|>lit when a nail.| the store rewilution and th.' Thin is a B rvl njTCe; -t'oTi and should i

is drum through it.-Dietetic<< and the same shall IN- ;-,,:.Ii..to.. I the committeelarge
It
-----oAt --- tad aildreiMws of the residents coiitains j by
week. III the clt .I"'no a. an advertlnement.
>
llrgirnic alagaune.A. ;
last tbe Japanese and Ruiwianrkave many hand OOlll" half-tone en- : ol the work Orlando fitar '
---- .
done some of what the veterans rvlnicM of the public building. ,
Plygiette.'I'd J.... F. Wtmlworth.. CoclrwtorPerk .
of the sixties call fighting. Report -hurrbes. business blocks and nwllences. -
I like to know your honor. *: Bailey Boat Builders.
of "bUt battles" with ten men killed i also tropical scenes on the bt
howou caimto pU-k np M man 1 J. W. Cardr. Miami Tinning am ] AT
ad five wounded make the old vet uay. river and M other nearby place i I
ItDfutf; Mid a follower to Mayor Plumbing bop.Wul..r. Ii
la***. t The book compendium of Information )1..('wll.n."Would Ii i Cohen's.FOIE
; : Brady *: Mann.ContraitorR i .
o and ought to be In the hands of *"
!
the ready
you was re O. Sulzner. Coat.tnr.I. .
Report from all over the Stateshow .very one IB or ....! of the rity who lnterested ply. "Well, it wa partly due'to a J. McDonald Plumbing. par \otta e i

that Cot- R. W. Dan to _Id., : In knowing of the raptfrrowth little iut.idrst. There wan. a l hri;:"1 W. T. Heslington Painter.Pierre :

h rleada and votes oa every ....... "Our I and development of this beautiful lawyer who came into the i-lub on.' .
Hard, Painters.P.
Bob" baa shucked his coat and gone ttweek. > I _loa. Mr. Panrinh Is reedy V day: and tar. partner said, Tber G. Erfert. Contractor. I Welt palm Bqactl1 PoLl|

e..ta to be Governor t''l fill order aa received' at SA. cents r goes a pol>plotter.: C. J. Rosa Artificial Stone Mfct Situated oa Lake Froct. adjoining

people watt the name thing, no their I +opy. postpaid to any addres whit 'Humph: What'. th.tr I in..Unod. .
K Howard
and E.
L. M. Howard
City park. A root comfortable placeto
to BO reaaoa why they should.. they will be tarnished to home ..... > t .
of the nllbusterer on Iota tZS cents don't know *' h Brio wtirraeton top at. with good table service.
get the scalp pie singly or In a ropy Why, you an-
Gus A. Muller Painter.
Sample room for traveling men
>>- ,. wered. 'A polyclotlrr U a mai'
Hourihaa A: Garrett Plasterers

o FACTS 'AND' FANCIES who pieak| every language undo R. S. "'1'-. Contractor.F I ,Mr. ILL B. Hans, Prwp>*rtrr a.FOIZYSHONETTAR. 4
MIa Ban* It la said will not ..... That thought. must have some defllite the tun.'
W. Hahn. Ciietraruw.Fred _
.. the stump for the second primary vehicle even when unexpressed ** *A college profe*or. 1 |pre.note. Dlckeron. Contractor. -

Nit will remain at home, aad flood U I< swat psychologist agree. :iThat: thh ''othinf of the >Orl.' li.. -.11. -(
W. A. Shepherd. So..lt"or...*.
cllatrk'ttUl campaign literature vehicle I I. the mental Image of speed scornfully, jurt a plain p slils-i.i IIOHEYABTAR
.
O rr* IB sapped to be a wise man las '-asserted by some. while nth and the only' one in New S ,rU a'' a. Meyer Electrical Engineer.J. ........-!.....sees 1..ai.aseLEflADTAR .o.e si..da rs1s image

u4 U eo. be has ao doubt seen the > ITS believe that It may he also th can talk .lmi-lit from (II... -lio.il.l.-. A. Dana, Blacksmith.L Plasterer. ContractorJaa. LI'OfZY5KIlfiEycmti

Handwriting OB th. wall; but Is stay mace: of written language or sonnperial to every one of hi. n-liiucnt: K HatfteW.

foe la the field so a. not to break ui combination of I images that I -X.w York Trine Shackletoa Stone Contractor. .

!je -Ttree Friends' coaMaatioa.L -ithfOf' of I R. Welborae. Brick Contractor. ..... Ballot P/sseds pas I at cabs ....." sM Sla1ds. ....




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po. H. M. KING : I Our Aim This Sale will be long



t Funeral Director t.00 nE"'lE and aG Embalmer. i L Is To Customers Please Our 1. THE IDEAL I I remembered. a


BARGAIN SALE.
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G PTJirnpl Ittcstioe l.. Tclc.ra or r.I.rM.se ('ells.t j .

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i Progressive\ Challenge Sale with prices still falling
rut Ira ili lork thiefl"et'(-ija f 1..iIK

E C system *'11. sdniai-eM Ir

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.MI.VMl. Augustine in In rue
-- ,- -. -FI.-\.. May f*. IYW. I I remain h,-re several .!'a... MONDAY, MAY, THE 30TH.


MAIL SCHEDULE. j Rev E V B':...,.n.': s<..-oIii!>arK'l l
The characteristic uf M adar sales i is the unitcrml 1 t .
b) hU daughter who hat Inn attend- distinguishing! our lowering <> prices throughout the entire
Arr.ve from the North- on house. All jrrade of mcrrhandiK hare been KAPICALLY KKIH'CKD.Vc w ill make this gnat ;;.-
I IIDK college .Winter Park. returnedborne
7:00 a. m. challenge sale. lrre..i..table Jri.'h..ad rare value bate crowded oar hou.c dailr. Tomorrow unf.>l I I IblA morning: with till lower than before .a
'SS P. m. t:: offering price ever .-.,.-

Oc..e for the North I Mr Krs..< I IVar.4..i. vho has Sewn Be1Cw we Quote ortly a few 1'r1OoBsv '

. i:15 a. m. veilouKly 'II .for .. lon" tint bcj rfOclectly rn
J :1S p. m. BED SPREAD. WHITE INDIA LAWN WHITE MADRAS.
...... rworcred to go tc- Sew York corn:::
---- -- O A good 10-4 honey-comb Bed Spread Forty-live pieces India Lawn to I- We will place oa sale Monday several -
here be witi; t.. t f rid n aDd late ..-.-
1MB WEATHER. -' crochet edge; a splendid bargain. sold Monday at a sacrifl.Net.r pieces of French Madras light
to England eh.. .rt' hv ,lll srendaevrial
:
_ W.+bu.&toD.-For canters Florida: go t_. Regular price $L5. Monday the price before have yon bad so great en upmedium and heavy '-"PIAll very e; .
mr-nth mlth his mother and .
Continued fair tonight: and tomorrow will be ..... .. .. .... .. .. We portunity to purchase Inc lawns st pretty designs. Worth SSe and 40c.

with easterly wind rrllt'vesC ..E::' this low price. Regular price. =urea ::........ ..-. .. .. .".. .. .7e yd _>_

Maximum. ST.Minimum. < ;:; STRIPE AND FANCY LAWNS.3k and 40c a yard TbU sate It goes j

TLTOWN Lam. .t. .. ... .... .... .. ..%:'.c a yard
Sixty pieces of Strips and fancy TABLE DAMASK. -
NEWS ON THE BAY.
boO lawns, a collection of good *c and lOc Seventy-two-Inch Bleached Table :z
TURKISH TCWEIAJt11
.
rlaw.., good for wrappers kimoaas or Damask real Irish Uaen-grassMmched. '
Inch heavy Twki Bath Towelto -
I TOPICS. I, AFTER TARPON-*-iptaa Retakes t d dresses; fast colors; all to be sold : a very necessary article at this Worth II.no s yard. Spe- .

I of the launch Semlnole. with city clerk to at .... .... ... .. .. ...Ce a yard versa of the year. Special Monday cat Uoudb i, .. . .... .t> a ).ard rn

RED MEN-A very Important meet- M. R. Kellum and several other gencme. g -_ -- ..c. .. ... .. .. .... .. ... .flle p..... _

lag of the Red Men will be held OB I .. will set away tonight for Ia- BROCHURE MERCERIZED. RED TABLE DAMASK. 4

Monday Bight and every member I* I dian Key. where they will Bah tomorrow L=: Fifteen pieces of Brochure Mercerlied. WRAPPERS. Real oU-bolled Turkey Red Table I:_: ,

sited to be proem if only for a few for tarpon as these game monen This popular material to BOW All our colored pe,.-.'* Wrappers la Damask absolutely fast color; 71 ... rnrn .

ti me..a.TtRrIEN. are reported quite plentiful there used very extensively; Bakes aa ftIItrtpe sad Ocures, worth tLSO and wide. Regular price SSe a yard. Moos. -1Q

agood: catch is expected. f tremely pretty dress or waist These SI 25. AU..... AU..... with a clal.... .. .... ........De. yard >

TONIGHT. special I goods have bee thoroughly shrunk graduated flounce. Monday lie earn ::::c

meeting of tae Firemen has bees taped POWER BARGF HERE.-The chartered large E fl before leaving the mOL Never cold INFANTS' w i-- K PER CENT DISCOUNT SHIRT ::-t- -'

for toalcht sad every member Is cower ham aDd a lighter for less than SSc and 40c. Special SALE. ::::
Fort Laudeldal A beautiful line of Infants' readyWAIST
urged to be OB hand a* a matter towhich by Cape Cook from .s Monday .!Sc a yard
We will continue the
name plan r
made Dresses. Neatly trimmed In
of
turtles fur the purpose ferrying
all Interested .. to be dlaeurusd. I
are ork from Cutler to Cap Florida, lace and embroidery. Special Mon ..... Monday. Our stock of shirtwaists :z .

There it will be used IB building T CREPE NOUV AUTE. day .... .... .... .Me and We each to too large; and to reduce It -i l
we adopt this plan. Monday only 2S
BANK NOTICES.-The beaks will | .reakster bv Mr. Davis, the own a Three pieces only of this beautifulrfrees BATHINO BUTTS. -
:z't
percent discount oa each dollar oa
of the Cape, were brought down test = material la three shades
be dosed oo Monday OB account of legal | = : HelloLtidtes' Bathing Suits la blue Bld1oer warts.o ,,
hoUdajr. Beginning oa next;;Wedme.day. night and are tied up at the Royal trope. pink and Electric blue. Nothing ian neatly trimmed in wool taps. All 0

hoar win Palm dock. Before ferrying this rock more stylish or prettier. Reduced SHIRTING&a,'
Jan 1, the banking: I slam Absolutely fast color. IIpeOXl'ORD ,

be l:0: to S:00. Instead of ':M to 1:00 Captain Cook will use the barge O- from :ate a yard for this !sale to ..tSe cial. ...... ...... .... .... ....**-4g Tweaty-ave dlferent pieces of Oxford
which has capacity of about tbJrtJI -
a
a* heretofore. They want more time I RUFFLED: SWISS CURTAINS. Shirtings. aU very pretty stripes C/} .;.

to eloee Bp their day's business and lYe tons. In bringing: over 100 tons of '-- TOWELS Swiss curtains, both dotted and for x..-. Shirts or Ladles' Bait,. Itom. <'1
sand from Bear's Cat for its
building
hare all agreed together to close theirdoors 2:ilS Inch Linen Hack Towels with plain I yards long-rJust the thing for Nothing- washes better or wean at 0
la the wall of the new Halcyoa HaD -
at two o'clock and hope that fringe; Turkey red border. Regular bed room or dining rooms. Worth well Never sold lees than lie and lie

their patron will take due notice and Hotel. He will begin this work the Q lie Towels. Special Monday .....lOe tLS a pair. Special XOIIday..No ,... Special Monday at .......lltte yd. rn
Irst of next week and will probablybe
govern themselves accordingly.
engaged la It three or four weeks. t

lCo.trac The Zora and Hl.pua10 be used a* We have culled out our entire Stock and alt Remnants of Oroea COME EARLY WHILE ASSORTMENT IS
TWO NEW GOTTA& Good Lawn Battsts and In fact all remnants of every description
leaden to the barge I. this work. I
.tor Front will In a few ways if iu taeersctloa Inoludlnc RIMwn. EmbrtWery and Lsoes ':ill be on Sate Monday ...
s= LARGEST
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MARTINIQUE, DUE .-Th*
'rOwrti o. MM BoateirarJ near le

corner H S rub VH He bus alegitie steamer which has Martinique been to Newport Captala News Dillon for Phone 79.. .Mail 'Orders _1
thesaw
'erne-' two ci-fC'i nu
the past month undergoing repairs Is B. DOUGLAS -tj
V tn Dr. T.-d
expected In port this afternoon or toIDOI"1IIDI promptly looked after.
4t
sorrow :, sod will lay up until
NEW" I..0.'T -.\ J EaOY ,'Th'sew .'
next Thursday rooming: when she wOl
Miami compiled by
directory of
go on the run between this port and r. JM
Allan R. Parrtsh of this city was reselvsd .
Key West and Havana relieving the 4
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from the printer yesterday
Miami. Captain White which goes to ,
and M sow ready for dl rlbatka.dlnctorJ ,
the West Coast on the ran between I W.; F. MILLER & CO
Th covers two hundred and
Tampa. Key West and Havana. The ,
tfty pages to handsomely UlastraUd Miami Is due this afternoon from Havana -I s M cVwnt AUseo.) School Will Soon CloseAnd \J
and well Ailed with advertising mat-
sad tomorrow will go out oa ,
ter. U to a book that every merchant I THE UNDERTAKERS
sad business man should' have.A her last trip oa this run returning I ,
here Tuesday whet she will retara at your children will soon have a long vacation front 1

NEW COJQISSIONER.Jadp once to Key West and take ap her.1 I -IlJ-11th Street. Phone 25. books. Why not place them in the
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West Coast schedule. I
Lock of tile United States Court yesterday
appoint William L MetcattV :: m..ssMiiami Comervatoni of Mask? t
NEW' BRIDGE P'D"DER.-Xoa ,
West Palm Beach to be UaitedBUto morning .the large pile driver owned -- The fouadatioa for the house has Have you investigated our .J
Southern been dowa for some time and to now
for the

District* Coiamlssjimrr of Florida His commission down by the the F. river E. C., nod Rr,oa win Tuesday be brought win AT THE CHURCHES thoroughly settled sad ready to receive "Partial Scfe Warship Plan?" Anyone is thereby enabled '

was Issued for four years.A begin driving: piling and buildingup (the walls. All other necessities for to obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely .
expediting the work such us derricKk.mortar : .
a strong fender for the county r. TOMORROWAt \\ nominal cost. Practice I IFrankfin Ps
DISLOCATED SHOl"LDER.-Kr. tram ran etc.. have been prepared -
: bridge across the river oa Avenue D.
Julius Isaacs .. now suffering with aseverely f and there to nothing In the .-alto eB'D:
The work will be la charge of Cape '
dislocated right shoulder. I prevent the work being: rushed .
lain James K.110 Is experienced the Presbyterian Charei t'-r..r- J
caused b; falling: over a Urge block' I through.
In this line. The fender to this bridge Harrison of Key West win 1M'...*.
.f atone at the site of the new Halcyon The hotel when completed will be
'Is Improperly built and has given: considerable :the duet -Crowing the Bar.- There
Han Hotel 'yeeterday. The injury one of the Serif oa the East Coast. Its'lD
trouble by boats jamming wll be no evening servko-
has been dressed and though: very be flve stories high: nod of the

painful eh will be an right again In a against It until BOW It U almost .1 latest modem architecture, with colonial . . . . ....... . . .. .. . . . 1
wreck. About 1M piling will be driven At the First Methodist Church, the
few days. designed roof. It Is to be completed
and the fender sir., sufficiently Rev. Henry Rice, of the M. E. Church SPIERS & MERCIER : :
by December 1. and will rout
strong to ward off any aDd all ob- South of West Palm Beach will occupy -
Contractor F. W. .
BEGUN.-
WORK 1 I '1:UUII.I
Backus began work yesterday on the /tructlo.e.I the pulpit I. the morning at It I I <* !
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%......... new home which hr Is to i I a. m. There will be no evening service i ORDERS SOLICITED
ELECTRIC PLANT ON DREDGE.
build for Mr. sad Mrs. V. A. Rutherford at the church because of aslon FOR PAINTING I Real Estate, Life Fire and -
( Ira Blakvk. chief electrician of the .
service' at the Auditorium I
on Nlatb"l'MTb building Is F. E- C. R,. njritera, came down hut Evening Drrwtet. Ladles' sad Children's .

to he completed by September first night from St. Augustine for the Dressing Sacque, Matinees' 1 i Accident Insurance ]
par-
There will be services st theIhnrch |
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eleven .. and
win contain :
It Tea Oowni. Panels. Ribbons. Belts i
of Installing an electric outfit on !
finished 'In elegant i'' pope ( ....nIk tomorrow.At Rental and Collection -
and will be '
baths the large dredge, of the system which Ties. Sai-hendn. etc on Wash Fabrics Agents
Inside nod out {lor f
style Silk.
has been undergoing repairs for sometime the Baptist (Church the Rev. A. \ <* .
at the marine sari north of the j Term for fabric painting In classes : I

TRIPS TO BEACH.-Mr W. L.I terminal dock A powerful drnairowill U Woodward f'He.PaI.lkL111 Mr Woodward preachtomorrow l. II 'IOi III' : Office over Bank of I Bay Hiscayne.Lock \

Bares has erected pavilion, bath ;, be placed and the dredge Illnm- morn Private I......ons. 11?loft
{ attending Ih" ifMmce here and Is Box 177. Mum( Fla. _
bourn. etc.. on the beach near Nor- !j Claw June (
Inated M number of lights A Zaire opens
i a .
a rtrooR prher There will be tervice -. . . .
two trips dally a "
tin Cot and win run _nbllbt111 aim be placed on the MRS CART "NILE3.'
i t
'- of union
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at ht on acroont
with the launch Sallle carrying: parties boat no .It will be possible for the .. Box M. Miami Fla. _
....... nl.,11 make as vnrlce' at t>> School Auditorium.
MId. 4
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.booprohabll'
1aver dredge" to work st night It 'I'
--.w..1. resort for picnic parties aad will that Mr Bl nn. will put a ,.... . Parties wishing to learn the Spanish I Hotels and families ran buy gsautaa
TO COMMENCE TI'ESDAT. language can join the class now beingformed Tennessee cream at Blseayaa Dna 1
he popular this summeraeae !
very BUSINESS-LOcilS.
lighting plant aboard the steamerBiarayne :
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I by F. C. Enrlght. a proocleuiteacher.

nom undergoing repaint. Hauling Rock For New Halcyon Hall I Pun Tennessee creaai oa sale MBlsrayae ,
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though It Is sot positive Information Hotel. .1KSilVi Drmg Coaipaay. Ice
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,...ale..e.. .e.x Every subscriber to the Dally
Tuesday morning Mensrs. after Jane IS. Apply to Mr L '
1 On next rent
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:1 tropolis can aid some deserving If you have a house to rent try
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MENTION.
; PERSONAL OFF FOR KETS.-Several enastlsgvessels Hood *,: Isaacs contractors for the new Hovelnreed. Eighth street ,i I man aad woman securing a baI Cooley A, Homer.W .
that have bee la port with
; Halcyon Hall Hotel will begin work
education by using the ballots to whlcl
I cargoes of pineapples sailed this mornIng on the walls of that home and expectto WATwo food Mules M. S. I j jBurbaak. use Tesiissu all
George a 0..... of lit. .\...'...Un* they are entitled oa paymeat of subs iream tt etch
: for the keys for fresh Inadn. have them raised by the middle of t j-t newt Grove M led cream sad also lay th* pinta
to a visitor to the city todav. i wrtptioaa. Read our offer oa stxtl
August after which the finishing
AUTOMOBILE FOR HAVANA -p
.. In work will be pursued Sunshine> Calf r ,*s, for workmen. FURN1SHKD.BOCSJ.
J. M Holding of Hallaadl be Havana .
Among the freight: to taMpn tu Tenth
tow today Cl'ktlac .his many Wen U tomorrow bv the steamer Martinique The work of hauling rock from the t=.Is' | The Racket Store. [ If yon west Ice cream that hi good oa street for rent Apply a*

quarry across the rt"--- .I II and par buy It of th* BUeayaa Dna this i oSlos.
and tr *>Yhmf builnew.jfta Is a lance aatomoUle; which is I
I now at the terminal-dork. This mares I met sd this mornlag and the trar-I If you mast to buy sell, or rest a )Company. They use Tennessee cream

J. .'. Coxa nod chlHren c" i several horseless carriages that ,kin believe the quarry win be hounej by Cooley *, Homer. {I 141 UTZLT CONTEST.
b.I taut as
keep the workmen supplied as -
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mow la St AwjmW lie a Wt to -a been taken to that city via this
I''the work progresses. Watch Cooley Homer's, "s rental ad i Flit-class table board may be procured One vote with every tea nab poll
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">W sae. i I i'rrofessor dieting the seasoa.j The contract for the rock calls for for Saturday M SlIt West Twelfth Street Mr* for subaeripUoa to tile Dally Metrap

and ors IMwller. w,oj j I NOTICE OF EARL CLOSING. |I Oo; isr0 ruble feet and of this amount __ j i Nelaa.. 237 KB which can be used toward paytna

boat t.A"$i feet have already beea son worthy young psnon1.
Decanted Crepe Paper 50 cents per'wrkace war
mere here sevei ..., have gone oj I
cruise forth errs tr* ht.y Beginning June 1. the ,barber shops.i I taken from the quarry and prepared At the Racket Store I FOR RENT.-Desirable east rooms through a eorraspoadBc conn ts
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a !I of the city will close at eight o'clock 11 for use It being rut and shaped acwnilrc 224 Eleventh Street with or without book-keeping or atsMgraphy. ForfnJI

(VtrTK FOR ']. AA BR RAMS. THE in the evening. Wednesdays and Sat- j to .recl cstloi s and of a very : H..q..rIft'D fancy groceries. traits j I board particulars r4 th* blf.....* aa>

NEXT SHERIFF OF DADE COCNTT. ardays exr epted. t one tr






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Scholarships as follows:

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ti.:kets of the second series must be sent in on the first dayof June; and the final count and awards will take place on July 1st. When tickets are returned en first of each

month a statement will be published showing the standingof each candidate at that date. All tee news delis ered at your door for to cents a week and a vote in the Contest

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,1, Artificial Dian.a.dsrrtl.oJy *.
ha heard ..f the aniC"UlI TunxW Backward.1u. .
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2' I diamond* mliM-u iin- I Iremichemirt \\ .. .I:11-11.... hl..e..... Allen I WH ftftaftClubbing .
llrnri M wi }.ho Ufo ,bt fu-ni;: in at. time, in llit' l.i:';:ht. nuke me a violh' *
electric fur+..-e a wa.e <>( iron rut| -am.. ju-t t..r loni I.I.'* .lie did >1 ..bc
in rarl.rlt "n.llh11 >-,. it. 1'ltr minute ,'fl -111. .luriurd n;| -1\11111111., .... uliu .a< htruck'' on iuI c=, : Rates
lie i ooled I nut" v.'< r.- n-'anltil, 1 II' I .1 re< t.iitlt bk. the brauth.of I
Ji.iin,' tree mid. made iuKnMii ,
true diamond- li.it: : no* uiiotliti, t u .
f'l'\'n.luDln. M. I I wniU -. ..iiu.kIJoi 1' f..r a tune. \\ ht'li he re 'uiediu\ #1i) -11"
.- n'* ion.-Iwiun. mill il- :..ir.thm sa.u-.-+ he ",.. a boy shun in mind ti
ILI lie rn'.uitf' in .1|U..-...011 :If r': He n.>* Taut lu play the -nunt $ <
not diamond, from t' ', .' pan I'filattil. a* a )'lifter; .1 ..1 1 i The people of Dade County will want all the news

di'.i-r in their rvfrmtuc (Ir.-(,,.-i'tK' -. I d' tl iliore>. .\>iie from, i ,!. this year as it is to be an interesting one be-
... M. t'omlie. aUo jrjriuthut l' _oiu il mi lili'ad.. .111. It if '.. .1! : cause of the elections
future form dMUMHid-) a sawn : ill;;. ." i1:1: _.x.d |'IIt.Hal l II,'" n =
.:Fr (I.aratttellr.low: It'IIIIIt'ralll| and in ; He I" of IniiUlle ..'...-I'xk-lon
support| | of tltit po-iiion lie '|uol<*. i I National State and
A Los: L.OfI Found. County
j..F j. ktatrttM-iit *hi. hill& be n<-. to oars.1 .
'1. n- h..- )"-1 l Ic-.-n found at
n' d Ti-itaiuelt. thai 31.-.rf.
and tioep- I! Oherin the .Merm-ro( iilandone u._ __ _.
Fnedel hate
|pert found planrcni t
III: in diamuu.t of the I'M Ii"ii> of M. Mark'*. Air '
fL ?ilitHiii Imd litijirrttl aruoii: thrt The t
.F H.r (tram at WhiU Bl...... '''-t t n.'iial.iijiii-: of the i-Uud that Metropolis
\\in-n \\a-hinjrtoii7rit-ii.N of : !'" ii 1 tat. biritd tl.! rr. nrd l -onIllne >
the Kill to jite fiiruu-r; .1 1M.Us.'trrrr talking: the, ?! organu.tl :a l 'I'ric-l and 4hroU;;Jiout such attractive rates for various newspapers -;.-
Dialirr ''ter in the M-nule lol.lii aft I the Irrei!. nisi region;: to ilefrav thecot that{/there shorld be no excuse for people re-

tr die "J'roe] tote .......nlh, Mr.Tiltmali. of eji.ilioiii.. For .>11Ii! ;u't'bl! maining in ignorance as to the happenings of
.hIt h"J tnteti araln.t themeasure. the work vein fomanl with nncult re: the }'ear.
t-ipre.aed rei rrt, inl- hut. at lost the M-artU ha 'lieenicn
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in;: to the! J\au.a. City Journal tlwt >. neJ. with >ur>-*. It i ill a finely; : --= .- ---- --. .------ .-
the duo! ) dau;:lilrr u( t..n.;:e 1I&jl. a'IIII.'ur.,1| lion ill white J.I,.-.n
did not Irwin .hle l to uiuieivtaiul. marble.-l/.ii'loii <;1..1.... RATE.

.Iron; f'l'I'\'JIIJit ni.tJD III ,,'/U..
iiart of the .. J.P.MN Cht.
-rounirt ;;aiu-t tinLiiM .
I .. .. In i'<>iimi .linn, with the natal ennriktu .
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ra. low ii>ulil |H>Wlrain The
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a of while Monl;!*' he esclaimed. IH> |I.n -ilin;: in the farra.t Daily Metropolisand
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cml lo-ileJ deluUllr rouoti.l'y .. it i j.. iut. n-tiur .li> rtr-all that ..'t"ini One Year
i i-Un'l t+ ..|T the Japanese coat .r.-.
farJon Tillnian
guar rethrteii -
.N-iiulor LoJ ... -Hate tou,;i.: tradilioiially haunted. Jar the ;h for-.tleu slut her (treat-gnnduncle 1 nf Jal|-antr lain in nasal ha tileKien -
.'... : l...I..' the Choreii +an! :
.tt: "'al.l.in .1.: pca
In the roar that fallowed Mr. Till fjmim he ......* hurtlf armies hailing j j Semi-Weekly Times-Union 15.50
out thi> .. a with bottnnilm+k dip!
> man aid xinirthin, about rroun- : .
I Weekly |
Metropolis with
aideriaa the vote. -ondminrd! thus to. .lean-r tlii'wiiin -: Semi-Weekly Times-
i ia of thelain of .enturiN as; 0. Union _
hid.... C..-t.i>.r.. |2.oo
A tradesman who vent to> tlir : With Atlanta Journal twice a week $=.25

Senator James P. Taliaferro demand' .'' the lodiani With Weekly Palm Beach News :2,00
mould low priced jrood. Ixit i A itTAKTUXG- TF'r.t -.
found out that the red.l.ine salt

Reccfcerf 22.222 ..teS.. .... 1OUuStocktM the sportiest tlunjr on the uurkrt.TUer To aave life. Dr T. G. Merrtfl.. ot Old subscribers must all back dues
pay before
recri c4 NIt 12.771 torn up their now at chew P'No. lteDwllaa7. Pa. mad. a MartHaf I< can take they
advantage of these
clothe" offers
aDd want loud colon audi I teat resulting la a wonderful cur*. and cash
costly garb When Chri.lnu in advance must all
mix'it orders for
accompany
He writea -a j
paUeat was attacked
T ali f carried counties I'
rro 31 out of f 45 over the cam we. natural suppose that ilw these combinations.
with Tioteat 'eaaor- ape canned bjr ,
1j. d of Stockton. 1 Indian would alto waato..1 llrweeU I j .
t \ position Jennings! and Call lacking! wlceraUoo of tk. atonanh. I had often '
only 962 of a majority over a 1. and the tender wa iurpriw 1 lU found Electric Bitten eieeltoat for 1! ADDRESS
find that the Indiana pauel l
1 up
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On June 7th he will bo re-nominated as his own sueressor the high priced randie and bought I armte ctomarh ,.d liver trouble. *o I '
preacribMl them Tbn patient alaed'4 -<
for the second term as United States Senator. Yot- the cheapest ki 4 powiblc. The. Indisas I from the flr t aad baa lICIt had aa at- Miami
eased that they ate the ..
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.nd.tI Metropolis.r
for him. and DO one tar it, but with the I tark la foorteea montka. EVeeUlc '
1 Bitter art poaltlTety waraateed for .
elotbinj it was different, a* etrr- t
OM MW the cloth. I DripMlax lodlfwtioa. Oooatipatio
they wore.Eaporia .
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Kao. Oairtt tad Kldaer trouble Try OIII'J
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TH* C1KCCTT COURT OK Tint mor lnc. The chart apoa wilts the
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GEO. H. MEYERS I I I
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1TATES 1'0. fHE SOUTH- Rer Boyd was arrested la a atrioaaoo 1

i i CRN: DISTRICT or FLORIOA.f .. taaamtich aa It InrojTe tile rob- ;:

f Iia Ik. tvutar .( CnmAummmUum It La Wag of ut. Patted State maUL Tha

Electrical Contractor !I bctwMa BimjrM Bay u4 tb. AMuUe specffkaUc.a state that, at a eertata y

j Onu.Tb lime rwntJall carrier bet_
I FtMidral et Ik. v.... 8Uta. It Ocklawaba and MOM. Bluff last a mail

I A.-: pouch, and the matter wa traced to
I III3 I Avenue C. I, T. Joba F. Horr. s.... v..* States the preacher whom it was leaned had po ,

Estimates for Marshal for UM Southern District o( cut and mutilated the ixmrh. ntawppropriatlnic -
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Florida
: OrwvUnc: ita roeteata. Rrr. Boyd j

I ICake kaowa to Elaathaa T. ...... Mary was talt ii to Orals and placed la jelL
Electric Light \Wiring. Bell wiring. w. Gabon. Frank I
ri Cabana. Sarah C 0. where be awaits the action of the
j bora Viola L. Gabon. D. D. Headrlek.soa. laited State court.-CalnnTllle Saa.
Annunciator ork and Repairing of all Kinds. ...... C. Hoadrlcksoa. aad Mars .... '
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t 0eb0nI"e.c.ta.. sad Frank 0.' A POSITIVE: NECESSITY. '
'. bora. Eicntor. of ... last win aad teetaat --
> .* of Kara: A. Oeborm. Messed ...I
FREDK. S. MORSE an other pcraoa laterostod la th. fellow.In Harlax to lay spat my bed tor 14
incrlti.il .....; that days from a severely braised foe I i

Wbaroas a petition ... aiad la tb. found relief whet I used a bottla ot {

REAL ESTATE .above......oatttlod. of Carta caoa!.* .araylaa..... for: the...eoa oa Ballard'a Saow UalmaoL I eta skier-

4 f tb. Unlit SUM. amilhii aa follows folly reeommead it aa the boat sets.eta. .- '
:: Coaramclnc for braise tar2M
P. at a point aavth erer teat affiet 1
M aBTr. 3S minute west M feat
Office* ap stairs Cor. Afe.C sad 1* tb 8*. he ..........* corner of thqavtor ..0.frooi... ed. It baa BOW become a positlr aoeessity 'I
Watch this space of mace:'.. J*. .. -akla Maonta. upon mrsett D. R. Byraaavmerchant. "
Miami. Dade Co.. Florda. r n" e*uat. rmntmg ek.se..etk DorersrUM. Texas. tU. lea.
a ...nw 1* admit** Mat aboat M feet 11.00. Sold by Bad cross Pharmaer.I .
of t. the aliurr of... Atlanta Oeeaa. issues
r for change follow:no MM. mbar* MMitborry for abut r .j
POWERS MEAT MARKET.Choice UB fni. ...... aarth c Jifrna M aktowe TWO IS BXT7M THAUHere's 00.
t teJonc a Una mraJM to saddlst.ut
at right anaVw froes the a totter far the XaTBoroua
; Florida East Coast Railway boundary of ..... rrart of atad botnfo erta.am traders' Yoa west a. save .....
lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. ':r;,-i. l_ fen) ab* 4 SBJ f*.- to tow sad w* t.*. bow to beta J'". We .,,;1
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watt mark eaa a* loa pays little man the.tN ,
Sausage. Hams-Poultry etc. sorthaily following a. Ba.rq.w....... ktw Bay water tbar rmrkabout .. :n,Y.d..n. IMplr sad ret. lbs.... 'j
.>> ...c. Thfrtr f the
Dairy
SOS'AVEltVZ XI4ML FUMUDA. la '-. thence south G dtciaaib
Schedules. .."...... .w lalonc a Ea* ........ toan fimr. -c_.Mi CiUiea b..rs.aty. .i
b* radHoed to the falktwiaf. arliaa
t I diata' right ...... leers then
Are You Build ? krn MiiKL.nr of thai tract ofLHnr laud Three MODtb.... .. ., f I HXSMMUM .(:J
Going to diagrlbad. M* rU .... B) feet .. .. .. .... 4O. --
too UM. otot of ramni reason ....... .* a *aW ...c:
lac e.t WTO BMC*or teas ta Dado Cova- prop tee 50 sea* juts both taar ....a
If so, or if you need building material of an) ty. Tbrids: Daily aad Dvaday Tlmaa-Uaioa amt ._:
kind should not fail TMt.,.. ....... ..- .,. .. ma..a4 .- Ctttsew sad th*Jfai an nus f"r:
f yon to seeJ.LMeDonald&Co .. ..... and ..ca It ties sad &Q ISis ro.tb.. .............. .... i I. fIt..'.
t sal aA ...... lfwe.t.d Is s. ....... Oa year. 1 r .
II- ups ...id 1aad.. Is lie sad anpsr We will seed *... tb* <*M>..W'*eta .1.
...,... UM Oreott Oawt of UM Caltad riC..iooR sod 1.- .... aM ..
slats tor UM iunthata Dtotrfc of FtorMa. Maraaroua:

: ... at JaekaoaTino.ass .a* >Mao pay..JaaMtb Sis month* fur.Oaeyear ... .......... Hat "
OH 4
.. thoy .ay a ..thor... aad to IL to oho soy.r what.bJsdo. .. ....I.......... M ,_

srick.'U. tauraot tboy. and oack of....aaay bas.Is Thoa fur ** eata// mows teas the J.
L.F L.- Dealers In tM...... Lat..8.1......If_..1...,CMl t.. tN pe.p.rty ......Iat t.... 4..rn.d.aM pries of the daily,ft gtt tw......j
10, ....t...........!lUlr, Btc. to ..... cauoa. tf aay taoy caa. why aad far.tty exita acre slam the rc. .-i]
Yards...OJ..A<*ao*D sad Nth Sweet paid ...... .1Iea. amt lie ...... .. sa .Iv pete..f lb. IInJlOI'CU.,yes gee .
--- -- rardtaa- law to ... M* of UM tMtodStatoa : the aWa"W17 Tm a-Ua>oa sad ,
; sad why Mb pe.e..dtap a* hiprovldod Citiiea sod tb* Firm, sad Pratt
by tow ....... ao* ha had: why .......
Wilson's a J ry sb.uld ape lie ......., be Bead your absoriptioaa. t*.. task
Novelty the ......; why a Jeag.sst of ease la advsae always at tbas.ariota.Tn 1"1"G.
F dmaatla honkl mat ho oatorod apes .rraorou*,
WO> the verdict of ... said Jury la ...-- Miami,ITa.I
4 aae* of the atatat as each eaee ....
Ia aow la oparatloa sad ready to ta
.
and piorldad: why each ether aa*' far.thor -*
eelv.crd.TL areeeadlnc a* swy h* arovVW bylaw
- FOR ANTTHINO IN ta sock ease .. may lie aeeosaAry toaabM
WOOD NOVELTIES.: the Catted Btatoa to acwwtr a gun
frt sad foe stsinhi title thereto should & Homer
A. Robbins Co. Window .au. door screens, window net he had.WMaeas I Cooley -
J. sad dor tram, stars txt ns., stair Iii H_.... ntorrlUe W. Fuller. -

work, Inside trlmmlaf of all klads. Ck** J........ ot tile (ispnaii Oe*>tof Tk Rul butt uJ Raul Alms*. ,. .;J..
.
the ten/tad mttea aad the Baal ef
Harness and 'arrtaae R. S. WILSON thai O' rt M tV- CIt, of Jathaaartn. / I
.
ss said Wt.CI on tbtaeatj-soeath
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. LBtYMtProftrtjWitaTatB. .
,
.4 :Depos2tory.. +t day ef April. A. D. a & ,.

is remembered long after price is PLUS ama.rscIrleTOlra.P. (raaal E. a LOCK CWr*. "
Quality A Be* Bteo* of bay treat atwyeHj.
with ,npanaa njratt, wrUia a few ..1.t.
: forgotten. rUfn FOR P1l'!CATION. ..""*walk of UM baeiaess..... ,
.ot Miami beias;SO feet oa bay sad
F.I F. W. HAHN la IB* Qrrult Court Seramtt Judicial
4 Quality Mkes the Bargain. C.mut. Dad Cocatj. norida hearinr trees ea I&. Tai I*a flae,
Amelia naY r* Wada H. Ray !!- place for a WI."boat. f

4.U5. V .1lth Sts .t.. 261s+e 2"1. ..... --'Iteet' sad 2JuU4c It ap;,"r1rf t>r affldarh a">...< to

the bin In the al are stated caaat that 32& T.elftl Stmt Stlarr the
BOW bar la my employ OM of th.
Wad H. Ray. the .Mandaat tkarateaam )MIAMI FLA.
beIt.ran..aa tm th* south and am
- better prepared than ...r for ,.,...- @ r.arldt. and la midamt ot Porllai -
sow
_
lag plans sal detaaa for good baUd-

HEAVY,BL.ACUIUTBIlG.aven Wacoa A Carrla<*|Wart.. la.., fin* cabiaet work, ate I. Oregon sad Is over Ue act ot \White\ Hide Baiter Shock.-
Hors.AUtteri.t tventy-004 years: It la ttorafor ordered -
J B H Be.rt.1 I am BOW bead aartan for taraed
that said aoo-realdoat dafaadaatbo
Brut..eM Mi4Nn.1r work, aeroU sawiac sad an work eat Four Chairs. NoWaiiif:
sad la hereby required to appear to
AU Wart Gearaateed, FlrstClass.SEABOARD. .....
BaBy toM Is a Silt m. .11II1 Best SInn u i tie
the bID of eonplalat fttod la said cantoon atj. .
leas orders for door sad #
Sbop 800. Avenue :a. year I or before Xaoaday. tha (th day of A. COLBY. > Proprietor,
wiadow tram brMketa
ballaatan. .
fan A. D. 104. othenrla tha allegations MI,...,. ---.
tte. sad lie _Y1aee4.
r ot aald bill win be takes aa eoaeaad -

.- MIAMI. FI : by said del....&.

-_ It la farther ....... that this order Clubbing

ba published loco a week for tau eoa-
McNeill & Co. MeaUra weeka la the XiaaU KetropHa e' e Rates

> (Daily a aew. iaper pa'JSabad misle

1- Feed and Sale Stable12th eoaaty sad State.. You can: save mosey by nb
Livery list
f" Air Line Railway Thla tad day ot May
KCDeatora.Clark scribing for the paper

s Street. West of Railroad.We drcalt Court. yon want torocgij

F'OR'Savannah. have: gentle horses broke for ladies to ride and drive. 8. a l'rlua.DepatJ Clerk.. TheMetropolis.

: Columbia Camden Southern Robert R. Taylor.
.Pines. Good Comfortable Carriages
: Solicitor tor Coatplalaut.8TATKKCW8. .
u. R. Leigh. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
Philadelphia. Mew York. First class Teams, and .

We can give yooDa3yTimesUoioaaa t .

::";. Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable WhiteDrivers.. Like a bolt from a clear sky a lair : rDaily -

Seaboard New York Limited. trout. IU fhrrry aealea haling ta tb.

Seaboard Express Seaboard Mai .............." ........., .......... f.'............ .raaUcbt. It ten throat apaea. Metropolis far

crashed through th* akyHthta of the f lo.ooa year or botW.

PDBT *. Loa studio ,.......,. 0.. for six months lot
Modern Pullman Equipment. "FI o rI da.Pastime"a Record of the workmen haarlac th* craahrnabed I

to th. atodla sad toaad tb.Sib. I, l.coo.
n. ....... ... Tort:...i.4 Y ........... ............1---,at ....... ,; C.., walea he took hoa aaad, aled *
.
_... ... ... I
.... .
.
.. ,.. .. .., L __....for .. u .
_--.0. .fta .. *-r. H. \a .u.t*. .' r.bticsd a tautUmlly i..teat.d family to his dlaaer Spectator outside The
--'Uoo fps d.Uy. lhL trw i k.wt s........... ........" ..e..1..1Y.Ya5._ a.asd5.rw.tis... Is..11br..app.eritty.wwrta..n.. __ '
of bugs flahbawk -
>U|a nil hi H. llllil kf a -.po > M4 Malt ems the boUdtac aaw a .
pieta... s.rb r._ .es.cb_ X.b.seed.--. .... yea.d
.1d Is.b..Y b... Jrb..i.ir b.HA..r.wllX7 horerlac over the hotel sad aawa
Only. line operating daily through sleepers fn mJacksooTille sb.eriptis aiTb.-...herd_b.Med C..y_.zp.ei T.t..a.an p this tbt tk r*Whatis.taltowiao witS*atnMiaarj a -..... nab drop ,.,. Ita taloaa. Th story Daity Metropote

to New Orleans.For Mw is..ds iw a aesMN t1.. FIll Ie blab Wtow mad sod .. UMaWrtal a-'I was thea takes .P by thooe JuI.-at
c:..1_......Pi..WItS__aua'aM.111 W..tees.._ _b t0.
.aiptia. J'Wt. ... .. .row tN ... : .VacaatlB. Record.
K"I7'---err ell .111.' a1 .es ((5t... Ibis=ivadas.iessa.ia"t. ..bYl .5.
&- bswfad at
sty a
=. .bt.e 5.4.alb..4 i..iR .,-- Dare Alrta, iaaiianr brakeawa oa
-- wrw.g
and reservations
information alerpcT call
lull on any agent of the -7_... rww._w.rtb JSpet. _____
Seaboard or write .,......,. :1 1I. 1--- the & A. L.. caT* aa exhlMUoa la
high dlrtac at the this awala .
A. 0., IcDOIIELL .1.5tL na. m JiCiwarUle Fit loJuatrfi/Record Comotaftn *--- H* was wbeellac dept a baby carnage $5.50 a !yea.

: I. faelsawvril. *. '** .... the treat whorls caa ht la the Weekly Metropolis and Semi'

8. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Att.waLTLa ...... ............. .peeks.... to la a aaddea the Soar.atop sad Tha" Mr.carriage AWapitebed Weekly Tiraes-Unidn boO

=.: headkmc ore, It tad tarsal one Je&". 2JOO..

completely over la midair. lie ..-

7CentrallvLocateo ..d aqoarely 'oa hla back bat bsutd.sseven
Ga.1UII 'AYft.. JACMOX J. s L
"
......- ;\'-..- acr PArT&M..x sad TM*. e a Jar b* sobered ao aerloaa la* The Pompano /on.
jury Orlaado Star. .

a oWhite 1.. JIcCoaa6, hp .X-

Dade Cow ty Abstract o. E A. FOXSELL PRORIETORTESj delivering .. aalmated tad haspao0. Florid, '.

Pioneer ;latereetlar aermoa to hla eoacreca-

(dco.r.airrc I ttoa la a little charrh at Oraaca Lake .'

Saaday afteroeoa Her. J. .A. Boyd a

S \\"l'LL BUILDING MIAMI. FLA. R .\ TO$ .<;PER DA !eokired mlal te?. bad .th* atroaf arm Accommodatioas tor t1Jt .,
oat Produce "
oaf the law outwitted about .... sad win find bsirera. aa4 aolicitora -

lJo tel'garner Att rlae B and I llh strec j right la the mUdla of hla diacoana cover more territory Ut ia they a dad cam

........__ .p4._Aba..eil_ Of_ .reb..t. T"oUe r..esM1....,IaIe MI.UII.FLA. *aaa arrested by Depaty Tatted SUOrajuanbat fro. acre, this free any eta. .
i....,.".__ e..wr a. t .. _.. 4..eaa i i Hnp. S. Cuuaticra Suulay point oa the liae.



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FRANK CLARK'S SPEECH. duty on Florida products aa will protect have a decent burial with pall-bearer*

UK from the. Importation: of otii- letted from various counties of th*
Continued from Bret p**".) district and that the editor of the Mitul -

politics U at MI end In Florida" ; that''i landiThew laltb are Am my I professions sincere! Exanime ofpolitical :' one Kecord of would them.be At specially every invitedu thrust 500 Pair Ladies' Oxfords and Slippers"Just

.. my twenty years political life :' nad during the e\enlng at the SorialiM -
ai>laU to paMilon and prejudice sinot in Florida and let tbe record of those editor the audience showedtheir .

;: highways; to popular favor ami trapanswer the question for me. Am I approval of the stinging sarcasm

;. that the man who for his own politicalascraodisement : 1 PO-UWKMNI of the requisite ability?r | of the speaker and loudly voiced their!

; would array one lass.. |, \Let hone who have served with me 1 Ini i I |I disapproval of. the methods pursued. Arrived at Sewell's Shoe Store.

of our people against another roil\ |i the legislature, those Vho have served 'I by tbe bolt.... Socialist and Republlans -
t condemnation | with me on the State committee.I In trying to Injure/ the political 1
meet with nothing safe ,
I thoKe who hate not me In the courts i I i I success of such tried ana true nemo-
ad Meat at the band of the IntHlicent -
'of the land; I let these speak and I will I I ..rata.. Clark Davis and Tallaferro.Many .
of this State"I
t, democracy
,
'i abide their judgment people were present who have'
t an still before > 1 "Th._ who are opposed to my elec- I frequently heard )Cr. Clark speak, aadr -
date for Congress, but under murefortunate
r conditions than when 1 .last |i them. having; exhausted their stork ofi r i all agree: that he never appeared i to, I
and untruthful better advantage or made a more favorable -
6 addressed you Then I bad four oppoaenta. i blllingiicate statements i 200 PAIRS The Balance:
Bow I bare only one. Then |! .w Ith referent-e< Illf'. have again rals- impression than last night:
led, the cry of Inellgibillty: This quesjtinn I I ,
s all was IB a state of doubtIar; ,

t: how the people would vote an between I! wan. raised early n the campaign, MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM. I=- --. = :.__ __
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f ... Now the people In their sover-1. [I tied In the public mind. It U raised I I Knights of Pythias Lodge Has Arranged -

F eighty have spokes and It require" no i now at this late day with no pnrpone an Appropriate Une.I Of which ire of the Famous of this shipment consists

prophet to foretell the ultimate re1aulL Jon earth save. to divert public attenj I i It is proposed to make the PytkiaMemorial "Queen Quality" make at r of ladies' dress slippers

r I received 6,!IIt. votes and )Ir.t I j jBam. lion from the public record of !dr.II I exercises Monday afternoon' $2.50. These foods are for dancing and eve ng
I elaborate affair la which all ofiltbe
M and befuddle a very
J. Barn the minds i
t toe candidate with whom I ambow II the essence of perfection in wear made of Pat Kid
: secret organizations of the city, I ,
of as voters ax ponaible. It Is I
many
L contenting received a.15 voted,, the. last despairing; effort to bolster up I1 f militia, city official\ and citizens will shape and style. The wear- fine Dogolan Ribbon Ties,
himt
r of riving(42; votes me a la clear the majority district. over I carried | a desperate suite. It will not work ''partiilpateN ing quality is unequaled. We Strap Sandals and Ox

home county of Columbia and 1 What lawyers nay I am not eligible. For the occasion a splendid. program have them in Turn and Welt fords. Prices ranging

t early my two-third of the Democratic Alex SI Clair Abrams a man to, ha bren arranged, both at the Fair Soles Dongola and Pat Kid i from $1.75 to $3.50.
ken for j j building; and at the cemetery where
whom I have nut *|><> seven
where )Cr. I -- _
voters of Duval county, -=-: -
the the a iravm of deceased brethren will -= -
nnwt
and who Is Jlf'rb.pa
)ears
that he
Barra baa ao often boasted was
bitter political. I b'.... In Florida !>A strewn with flower and tbflr mean i
lived all of enemy |'
hire and reared and bad J ei ..-
their today Who elne )fr. A. W. Cork-i cry coniottnivratcd. i -aD
registered'
his life solemnly
) I j The service will conimMM-e at tbe ,2-
this rell and Mr W B. Young both of
odes acalnut him and emphatically -
Fair building! at :.30 o'clotk. .where' .
repudiated Mr Bam I lead allcandidate kMXiUllc. both narrow "" "INn*. ; JCOD .-11
all .knights; and other are requested E n ,:"
In nine of the sixteen coons ;j hotb supiiurters of Barrs both eternail '
t to ass 'mble A Pythian address willne :; E
l tie in the distr<-t. was m.,1e. 1>> Mr George A Worl.I..r .,-. t = ce
\ others and In the approat bins primary -I their opinions are free from bias Xotmu'b. I .
..; wbi<-b the participants will\ take
I confidently expect to carry by t ttt' j These three gentlemen: are all c: w
Carriage* and go to the cemeteryre .
*k good majority every county In the I rut bias In opposition to them ,.
the services will be IDcIuded.Th. .
:}if district While I shall always cherish '1 stands Constitution of the 1'nited 1; r .
following I I. the line of march .2
I1
;Hl* magnificent support given me. States. no plain a child can understand .
and program after leaving the Fair .5O
'do not take It. my friends, a* a tnb- I At this point in his remarks a tele- :', building ,, .- njr
:
ate to myself, but rather as a rebuke. ;jgrapb; messenger. toy appeared wtih a -a..
,
Drum ,*
corps. ,
.. of the methods of the candidate who in '!| l telegram from Senator A O a<'OII. of '' --I IE It
.
I Miami RIIlf'8.t.dH.t. -D
,. )fr. Clark to' O
BOW my spponettt.Well | Georgia authorizing Veterans.Grand D-
j- the second primary will beheld i, use an opinion as to Clark's eligibility Veteran _
.. i Army ,
on June 7 Tbf'rf'.re but two': which. Senator Bacon had prepared I!| of j '; w ,.
Knights; Pjthlaa. =.
candidate for Congress, and one on I, 1 aid March Y.r Clark bad not used :
Girls in Bower wagon / I wo
.t the other must be the Democratic! this opinion out of respect to Senator Marana. I ww

momiaee. Each Democratic voter I Bacon's desire to not Interfere In politic =
Fraternal I'ulonj !
himself. for whom he ontalde of his State u
must settle for I own SMI.-I'j I: Contractors' AsaoLlaUon.Clerk :
will rote. Will It be J. M. Bares of| ,tor Bacon's telegram
J':' Jacksonville, or myself Yon must j: oort.-nely. and Mr. Clark read the rien- M./or and Members of the City I I ---'

rdetermine this my friends, tat I **.-I .tor' opinion which cleared' away all ,\ Council In carriages.Citizens .

; airs .. address a few thought to your''doubt a* to Clark's eligibility. '!
In \
Ii'. .. sound Judgment on the situation. I also have the opinion of HofceI The services. carriage at the cemetery will be

".- "Ton. the sovereign people, of this" 'I Smith former Secretary' of the Interior by Male Qu.rtf'tt" : Sewell
Song John & Bro.
district need a representative In the : Horatio BI........ Win. A. Blount. i!|' Prayer by Rev. Fred'kTaoco.

Congress at the United State!*. The I X. B. Christie, J. E. Hartridge. and Oration by Rev. Dr Farts.
selection of such representative Is ;I( other lawyers of national renown say-
Song.
purely a. matter of business and should I rag tehre is and can be no question\ of > Decoration of graves; by flower girt. .

be determined on business principles. my eligibility\
.
and the different organizations par-
1 bold tbat the Democratic voter when. i I Mr Clark here read these opinions '', tK-limilng.; TU f ONLY EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE in Miami.
his of suffrage In ':'and will be published In the Me-
,, be ecerdaea: right they Itropoll. I I Tbe Knight have about a dozen of I

S voting for a nominee for his party, I I .. lack of apace preventing: their dead buried there and with tbme I

f should divest himself. of all prejudice1and their one today. i from other organizations there will be

cant his vote for such persons as "Barrs. my opponent, In violation quite a amber of grave to be decorated I

b In his Judgment will beat serve the 1 1of, his duty to tbe public as city attorney about" :35 I* all.ml..rt .

!''fl"e public tntereata. To determine this. for the city of Jacksonville, made CAo."DIOAT.S.
3ECUM" PRIMARY j ,
,1: the voter should take Into consldrratkm that A., V A W. 7 per cent contract IWorld's i

.r the professions of political faith i''with long; I have exposed it to the Scurry colored city pris'ou Below U the list of those .who. will r Fair RatesVia

f = which the candidate makes, be should people la this cnmpaivn. The people Ih.n I' r. was shot at the jail yesterday i I have to make the rave in the second
of these professions| repudiated and condemned. Barn I N. fir
test the sincerity |I by Jailor Horace )ai i primary on June 7th for this count?
.
4i by reference to the past poll teal life'end now he enlists narrow partitausof Yesterday morning Scurry reported I- 1

of the candidate, and, lastly he should his and enemies of mine to write white sailor. from the schooner Zeta II i .. t t sited Stiles Kenauir. ,

;G cuoaiiter the ability and Btaem of the' tailored opinions in a last effort to obscure won Is doing time In Raspberry Park JAMES P. TALJAFKKRO.JOHN The

Candidate for the office he _!la. the Issue. It hsall not be done. on a charge of being drunk and disc N. C. BTWCKTON.i LI&N. R. R.A1;

"I announced at the beginning of ,i Public office Is a public tni.t. but Mr enlng language!: and resisting; arrest
Oowe.nor. '.'
this
w be measured In the public mind by He then showed up the political escape.Scnrry.. XAHOLEON B. BROWARD

J that standard, and I an standing -.haracter of the men who bad render It Is stated, was placed to x R. v. DAVis Font-vies.' E\cur.i i'>n ".... from J|4cL >n\ille I to St. Louis an l return,
still courting the fu II- !led the opinions against him. Abrams -
right there yet watch Pllger Yesterdayp
Ir
'i-- mint i.Ap..il 25th: "C"COI.1tI. dailt$1'0.55 -.
cut Investigation and scrutiny along he nald. bad twenty years ago holtf'd Pilger made a dive for the bole tu' For Kti iiuitlt In 1'irtia.r.u. 1
:\ Voi" for one) return limit lieiyh.. $33.< return limit 60 eats.!
j it 'these lines. the nomination of lion Chaa. Dough make. his eecane. Scurry who was'j -_ jo $27.50

., a Vibes. I anouDced my <<'candidacy .fOrt,. the regular nominee at the time j watching; him dove through the same ,! FRANK CLARK. r'I..rnlitriI15.1...\ ... .

dearly made statement. of my professions when the Democratic party was in bole IB order to capture Pilger. Jailer ., J. kf. BARRS. Sp 'cial Coach Etcur.io.. $:0.)5 roan I trip: Return limi; 10 ilaj-t

of political faith. I said that 1s peril and supported an Independent Bryan seeing him go through; ordered ,I Ijhim For 8nt e fur t lIrJ_of.)fttstf.IVe '. from date| of ..ala:. Ticket. M.1.1..1) on MJV. 6th and l 311. J

stood for and advocated the principle candidate. -l believe." said Mr. Clark j to halt. Scurry thinking that C"iroj>oinliii); low' rate from other |N>int... .

of DeasocraeT as enaadated In the last "that Abrams and Jeema Alexander i Bryan was trying to halt Pilger. kept i I JAMES_. .X. BKOOM4. --. I.

\. national platform of the party'; I said' mill both vote for Cheney the Repb-i 1 tap the chase behind the fleeing white j I I H. CLAY CRAWTORO"w The L. & N. Is THE BEST LINE to St Louis. J JF.

& that" I rerognlied the right of no manor Ileac nominee this 1'earH.. showedbow man. I .... Prwvrtrtlnc Attorney "

E:- net! of seen abort of a convention ofF that Cockrell Is the partisan He did not go far before the report" '' -<\Me fur _.) .... M.Itolule, sleeping: ur rc..rtatioi*' or further information,
.' my party to declare Democratic prIor Inancla4 friend of. Barr au.a*.o a i of a revolver was beanl and Scurry H. T. ATKIXMOXROBT. rite
to
\\
doles or to prescribe Democratic doctrine -' supporter. of the Independents; how I fell. to the ground with a bullet In his R. TATIvOR

for my guidance that W. B Young; Is the little 'roe too' back.. The police department was notified far. Tax eoa-...., J.M.FLEMING, C. L STONE

"When. I ao.deccUred. myself my i of the name political bolting comhlna- and the city ambulance was. sent I (Vote for u.isje PU. Pau. Art. 206 W. Bad JaekoiTill. a. P. AftLoflimll*. w
.frienda. I just W positively declared 'ion and how natural for all of these to Raspberry Park i In pout haste. T. ,s. OAUTIER

t my opposition trusts my adberme I I to raise the -
of income' tax '! hey are all so noxious to defeat He j -
an
f. to the principle i Hospital at once for medical treatment For Clark CtrcuM Coon !
t and my approval of the enlargementof I: then called attention to the editor of Pllger tile escaped white man was rundown I (Vote for one.) '

F the rwe n of the interstate "--I I the Record. F. B. Stonemaa, who was by guards and safely lodged In I:. C. DEARBORN. SEABOARDAir

Baorc commiaiaoB, u if I had .. In the audience and how he presided I j! jaiL Scurry U probably badly Injured I _- J. S. FREDDUCkUForSbsrW. j

hoar trytag to convince you of the i ii four years ago over a Socialist convention : but from last accounts will recover. i :

i evils that Bow from .trusts and the and f'SC'lalmf'd."III..... are the No arrests were ......Timen-fnlon. \I (Yet fur. on*) .

benefit to be d.fired from a. tarnmUS '1 I I kind!; of men who are toning aa the i J. U ABXAM. Line RailwayFOR

t an*. the perfcetioa of the insert I conservator of the Democratic party .
r state commerce rommission. I say < !" Shall I withdraw from the nee I I ATTENTION MIAMI! RIFLES. JOHN fROHOCK.

tai: because the last Democratic at the suggestion of men who have .
r : By la>ltat.oa from Bay ButcayntLodge. J
fan -the live Democratic creed Plat-I. ever been true to the Democratic TKACHRRS EXAMINATION.The y
i.' day-declares again trusts, .er. arty! Never" K. of P.. you are Invited to : Savannah fCulumbia, Camden Southern let -..

i: for an Income tax and 4eclaies for thf'1' "I have a proposition to make how. partiripnte In Ik-eorathw Day services Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, "

perfection of the nterrtae commerce If the Democratic rouimiiU-e u* Uie Monday May 36. Every member regular Jane examinations. I' {Philadelphia; New York. .

r cuamlMion law. psi wne. eaadldatestalk Vcoud Congressional District will Beure i''' Is earaeotly requested" to lie preient. *-I teachers In Dad county will begin la

themselves hoarse of tneee sub the o!>fn'on of eminent authi. rlty I:'i R..pon..nDUr.t I p. ... be school house at Liam Tuesday, -Itr !! Three Elegant Trains Daily. 1

jests they are aol advaada anythlnx lad shall find any time between now J. F. JAUDON. June 711I, Del, at R oVIock a. BL Pedagogy. O Seaboard New York Limited. .

new In tb way of relief for the people tad the November election that ian Co. nd I Seetey's new Hcbool manage Seaboard
JaptCommanding.. InftyBXCVJISION Express Seaboard Mail
...t.art limply .roum.Uic.tik the i not be seated If elected they may WASHING I meat All teachers who desire. to take t ti
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weU-beftte path which the Demorrat- withdraw my name and substitute an- ; this exam' isilon will notify 8aperintendent P
TON. 1 lixiena Vista. Fla.Z. Modern Pullman
ir. party has stood for year ah.r il.nit at i Equipment. ;

( -Ia my aanotincemenl 1 also stated I j Mr. Clark begged his friends not to T. ..mn. "

t: that tf chosen aa vow.. r.raorearntatlv| trade a aincte vote for Governor or Supt. Public InstriK-tlOB. FW Himtmti %.. V.rk Umnr .. a .-lkab<4 trata. --.r. ....__, .. Pan.IIIIac. -.
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catnli for him. He -_ aM .__ ..14 '
other ite .
f the river and Urban of this state i or al) Via Seaboard Air Line Railway. .utwXhM B : ,. New Y rk. rta WMMiwwn.lniTl c m. AscMtta*U.1 n. sv.
{' would have IB me a staaacb friend. Laid that he was elected anyway, but sr.... all raiL Jacksonville to Wartlagtoa There are many young psopie tad Jaoaw InS LLJap n'lady.-m-lthlHril' ..isnss an tlii.il..ln li ITiiiIsi Uia liTA. q

and ha* bees fully dlscwserd and set I Ii he did not want a vote by which any MId return. On sale daily limit Miami and Dad meaty Inter**** to

Miami needa does water Tbe ....M.t i jf other candidate would suffer. Tbe to October SI, retamln learning lIooIt-k....... and ....... Only line operating daily through sleepers from \

i detection te grass Las begun the i proposition... been and to him Double dally service. Write I inky. and ta. UetropoU ..p- r Jacksonville to New Orleans. ,. .. ;.;

work, and U I r to Washington I ... ( hat If uroward could be elected that A. a MacDoonell. A. G. P. A. make It possible fro two oof tatrm II

.t easel! trust that, working ta harmony j Barn and ..:torktoa would be Isducela ,...._\11... rm. j jThe lave a chance without th* seat .( a

with tW rest of the delegatloa. I DI&J'I j ':. quit the race but that be had siagl dollar. For fall .*Ufl* .( the 1

.; be able to biW about such li- I spurned the raggcsUoa plaa see th atxtk pap. of this .... Fur full information and 1 sleeper I re'*aliens., oil on .f agent of the -

i iMxrwa M weir .speedily bring you 4;' la closing MrT Cark palnud a sad. friends of Tallaferro. DavU sod r S..hoard, or write :

ewe which would be witnessed oaItae Clark should not allow their
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the 1 dedar** sad stand for ('_, tb of ,... when the faneral J. dence to inspire lethargy. If -1-1 VOTE ON JUNE Tth FOR J. axnUCDERICK IcDOKIELL innti. ?ZSS. in JiciMDTfllc, Fit

the State to tt* Mnrdork Barr would take plans. bat sirs their favorltM to via they !: FOR CLERK OP THE:
moat a4 to coMtraej I I .
tics .t pot road u4 such tart: be promised to see that lie aaoald'''o som active _pal...... i in ('() ntT. S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr, Pass. Aat.



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