The Daily Miami metropolis

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The Daily Miami metropolis
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Miami Fla
The Miami Print. Co.
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April 2, 1904
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Daily (except Sunday)
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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Began in 1903.
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-v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
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Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
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Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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VoL I, No.- 96.' ,, CSMSL MIAMI, SATURDA FRIDAYY, APRIL 2, 1904. : 2SUT": Price 5 Cents fJ



rf '\, HAS DESIGNOn i| OF BEEF. Caught from launch Barracuda by With forces and Make a Relent. I PROGRAMCaptain I IS ALRIGHT

'. .I i i I Messrs. Worthiiu) and lawtooOi I II less War I !

St. Louis April 2-A corps of scents -I I R. p. May Major W. J.

of the U. S. Department of Commercewere Shone and Captain P. B. Jandon. the
China. Charges The St. die Uwer CMS OM f tttm appointed Taliaferro and Davis Are
today Inquiries Into the operations Meas. 53 WooUa Agttt. V French Courts committee from Camp Tig
# Anderson Confederate Veterans
;Petersburg Newspapers. of the so-called beef trust. vt4 Over SU feel uJ Welgbd! 135 lefrs .IIsIIu,It Ms Reptile) h Rskpeal arrange for the observance of Memorial to Favorites There.
i According to Information the scents '"
I were sent here,by Secretary Cortelyoan r.anh-A Good tturLTh h. Pa ama Coal Case. day on April 24 met at the law
I II of CoL B. W. M. William this
| accordance with resolutions of Congress -
I morning. Tb auxiliary committeeoffice
I Instructing the Investigation.The \1-
was represented by Mesdames S. T.Gramlla. .
cause alleged were the lowprices .
SPEECHES BY MEMBERS of beef cattle la the United launch Barracuda, Capt Cbaa Paris. April t- Jorge Hotguln. finaaeal .. E. ?. Bylngton. L. I3'Hill SPOKE THERE WEDNESDAY
Thompson returned to last Guild Smith and C. A. Fullwood. It
aa4'b.. port night agent of the Republic cf Colombia -
States last July unusually
-. large margin between': the price of from a tea ..,.'* crnls In tile 'Key ,rose of the parties recently Instituting was decided that these shaQ have inure H

beef cattle and the selling prices 01 nod a* far a* Key West with Mr. suit stains the Panama Canal chart of I the arraagemnt'laa/yto : .j.jad

Ralph Worthington and Dr. Lawton Coj said In place of meeting, decorations, and mu
aa :ntxvlew toilay: '
ff the lUted States Uqatloa at \
fresh beef. Were Heard By a large a.dC3b3&&cjC.'AJ
17: Intend to appeal the ra.If -. at-d ale.Rite

.Perry Baajsci.,iS a:ci 31.: Alec GREAT ALARM. On tile trip,down a atop wis nail at tiat fc1! w e -%r.1 apply o the "," itof l" Jnh 1Yf,4l.4 rt1 e 4 'ed ? :: cf f Voters .
t' Indian Key and Caesar's Creek where (natation. and AnaJy if all the u marshal and CoL 0. W.,M. Williams :

''Aronsed 'Comment la VIew. of Caused by Wind and Water at 'StMarys. two splendid tarpon were caught: On. French courts refuw :justice Co3mbLnwifrpubUsh and Major Hush Gordon a* orator of The Star wres Hearty fld rse- ... .

t 1 Ohio. of them was unusually large measuring a manifesto to the world the day. Tb*;exercise win b* opened .
,the fresUents I Proclamation; .Lhjjobtog -, a feet I Inches In length and zytalning that rh* i* a victim of with prayer by Chaplain fullwood meat to Then. aid Says They Are .,

+) the Strictest of NeBtra&ty. St. Mary 0. April f.Great alarm weighing 206 pound The other United; State spoliation rUch eomnele' The committee Invite the. city conn. Sore winner h That Sectfci. .
was caused her at noon. A strong i ODe was smaller though It measured her to rem u> arm**. ell to lead the! procession, th* order of

southeast gal Bent tbs water against over fir* feet In tengtk.Tk *!Tk" American squadron at Colon which win be 'as follow.: r t

the eastern bank of the reservoir la fish wore take to Key West Lo* prerents CotoaU front debark Band. i-- ,j

''s'j < St. Petersburg. April 2. Tb* speech-: Its weakest place. Tk water ham broken and win be mounted there. Tb gsnUma ttt*$troop' to lit eoaciilrtiied at Barraaguillat : Veterans. i 1

ee; by sembars of the Ualted Statesi through, but .. not uncontrolla wr. thoroughly delighted with bat when the aqsadron WI'" City council. The Orlando ,pur gives aa account '

\ legation at ToUojoa j tk* occasion oftk ble. the outing n* they caught beside tile draw* Colombia wkk! force will Inva4 Miami Rifle of tile political maeHag held thou last v,.. '. 'j'

March $ ka Every able bodied gaga Is employedon tarpon n large and varied aseortmeaf the Republic of Panama and School el cIrtL Wednesday whir shows that TsJl*.,. ">.:'.
Parry Banat l I --- -- .
fnuimsal the bank of the reservoir. This of game fish. ...... ..u.11 ." Friend and visitor i ,... and Daru are. th* favorites lad'lbraage.
... hers to Gsw of
city would water Tile make seven tarpon that have Daughter of tile Confederacy.
President, 'LRooeevlf proclamationenjoining from a 80.000 acre lax In the event ofa been caught: on the East Coast eo far ; 1'.I PLOWING UP GRAVES.Of : Son of --.. one report. a* flews:! '

,the strides neutrality, of, break eo preparation were mad this Mason, wkkk to an excellent record ( Farther |announcement aa to this "We cant recall any political eanv) ..

QIII "h Oft ,Ik. *. part Of Bit Government. for a general alarm on the Instant of a* tile season I* Just now coming Revolutionary Soldier By GronndKb' occasion will. be made from Urn to paign meeting bold In Orlando iarirecent 1

r omdal. I node la good' and a umber of other Hog and 8bau.w tlmaSPLENDIDJHOWING yean which wa attended by;
-; i "direr king' will no doubt be landed such
a large and
enthasiasUe andlanc
Tk'! Lord before It I ls over.HICKSBEACH. ddletows'N. T. April I-ThrownooCof .:t
of India at Calcutta. euYIeero'I TORN TO PIECES their grave by ground-bo aadkttka.1 i u .that which greeted' Ute dlUngulshed .{ ,

which reference made to kl'gov gentlemen spoks'at "
was I the bone of many heroes of who ta*
....._t'l' watchful policy: attracts! -TO WRITE. tbAJ! Revolutionary war and tile War opera house last evening. It wa not'' .01.

non attention than that of tile Thibetan ofj-lfnv often ruthlessly exposed to ..
London April %.-Sir Michael Hicks- .1)&a assemblage of Intelligent. TotH
YScero1.,and cause dltoriala In sight( and plowed under by farmer la
Beach, writing to th* chairman of his en. but wa also graced by the pre*{| ,
which charge ar mad that England Was the Thlbetaa Army By British committee thir 'town rot Wawaynada. In this The Fort ,Dallas National Bank Sob-
at West Bristol, which tore of a Urge number of patriocl f, rend
: ka design om China neighborhood there are twenty-five old
-.. AtTnaa.Barrrwtkj while constituency he :Jhe represents say that baVylngj places, many of them dating mils Remarkable Statement. handsome ladlea.: Hon. W.:'Lj
doe not anticipate aa early
dissolution of Parliament be has definitely beak yean before the Revolutionary Palmer. chairman of the Orange eou {{
Wife. Only eight of the graveyard ify I# executive committee '
Port Artier.. April-AB b !quiet decided to retire from actin : beared predd.d'yj!
ar for the rest being mainly '
.... )> ft.'+TlMr' to.fig ekang tn.f e'tMtsation. |' Dei IS Tetrtbls'Jitdss k. cacti,,:: ; i* frw --frlSrw.* ti w tome bt Wotddaekr and skusk en fifty Per c.c. .( It>f w.s Oepds I fbalrmsn' r and Introduced' the 's ekTb >
The weather b warmer] and : old and rvenerable; campaigner, '
There,: bar been no burial* la this
tile sick and wounded ue making Which Brave Tblbetas left Ghastly .AN ERROR CORRECTED. cemetery In more than fifty yean. Irtag h die Yahoos Vaults Showlliq Hon. Wilkinson Call who was tile flr* 'j, .
: good proreLTh I IBM af Dead tad Dyfco. Men None of the relative! of the dead are Property *f Oar People. on the programme aad showed, kn ,>,
Serving In United
; States
Japanes [uted; In lbs last attack Voluoter living and there I* no one who cares 'lengthy and none the lee interesting i loJ

.en hays been burled In the Chit Get Extra Py. what become of the bone J talk on the Important Issues to b*'

mess i cemetery: with military! honora. I brought before Congress. that k* ham

{ fj :rrI' Tuna :Thibet. April t-The Thibetan Washington April '1-fiddlers who DIED Id A LONE CABIN. The statement published Is the Metropolis lost none of his old time fluency.
: ;
NO REPORT O \ served la the Spanish-American aad The next speaker was Senator lams
general and the whole of hie{ personal today showing the con3.tkw,
;" -I Philippine war have been misinformed Father Daughter and His DabChild P. Tallaferro and the .spontaneous. #
... Toklo, April t-Thef navy department escort five LHIasn officials, as to their right to the two Pass Away.Seranton. 01. the affair' of the F.*t Deltas National prolonged' applause with which be

n ; bas no Information concerning were 1 among tile hundreds slain In months extra pay under the recent decision Bank is ore v f itch Udcmul was greeted left no doubt In the mind

& the report of a Japanese; attack. on battle March 31. at Ours The small of th*'comptroller of tile Treasury Pa. April %.-In a cabin In a.tfta&r t sp> ',.1 .1l n.loa. of any doubters (If there were any

: Port Arthur March sf.P British losses are accounted for by the Department It.* not true that the woods per the State line far removed t shows bat ther-i i.. IB the .au.'. present) that ''he is' Orange county
each aad every soldier who served la I favorite candidate for the
habitation United
: from la
TO 4 faocuD. fact that ,that the Thibetans were no said. war la''so entitled. scene of our people a large jmovnl .>C capital -: n
t The decision of the latest tragedy la Wayne county. States] Senate. He, successfully answered }
pack huddled ,together that tile majority of give no additions right to soldiers Last Friday, William Hull a squatter, and the very small percentage "'I aU of the charges nude against
Seoul April At train carrytog who enlisted In State loans Indicia list even at thin It-rf. him
them were unable to use their sword organizations, was found dying alongside the unconscious by opponents such a dignified
Sepo7 .to the erleaa gold tildee or fire, and It ls probable they killed that they did not alreday posses, nor form, of his. fourteen-year-old before the ic rtis are in trim II It and thoroughly f nrbl- m5J'er a to

at Ocean. which wae AIu, lIP by tile each other In the excitement to soldiers of the regular army the daughter. Mattle. and the dead bodyof yesr's crop that our gr wi.n are totheavy fully convince all of their absurdity

authorities .outs cl .u I beenpermitt.d When'tk* LHlssa general"'" the latter not being entitled to tile said I s three day old Infant borowen. The statement and that they were: simply manufactured .

to ptoceed. ''L first shot tile Tklbeetana. with wild I two months' extra pay, unless they The cabin ,Is hidden away' In the would !also ladle*'* that ,the cffirial ito be used as political buncombe.

'shout drew swords and Bring their enlisted after April 21. 1191 and before woods half way between Duck Harbor uf this beak are 11.11.1 ts aflaln te As .Isl well known :this Is n strong
l Ii matchlocks surged forward. A doses I October tt, 1591, and who were discharged and RellleyrOIe. Both father and a particularly wine .no: *u>*ervatv. Tallamro county and the manly, dig-

England Take Step t4'Bar Aliens; of swordsmen made a desperate rush lathe prior to January 1. 1900! and daughter died before a physician manner and keeping they In such ccndltlon nlfled and forcible "manner In which
1 an Undesirable Character.1 I direction of CoL MasDonald and a whose service was "honest! and falth- could be summoned. The daughter that no demsaJv howevtr Urge the Senator reviewed his.record and

small lot of officer four Thibetan ful. So that ass 'matter of fact never regained consciousness. A* to .or unexpected! could shake them at plste his claims before the people la

London, IS-nk:: promiscuous attacked Mr. Ke lId_. correspondent those soldiers who only enlisted In who Is the father of the child Is a surmise. all his address but evening, mad. him

Immigration has beeom a serious of the London Dally Man. CoL Mae- the United State Volunteers and served A physician who afterward examined Aa examination of tats ktatenmt stronger than ever. e

question in England wa* shown here Donald shot down two and another officer la the Philippine Insurrection, I the three bodies declared that reveals the fact there is :. cash assets Hon. Robert W. Davis, candidatefor

f when tbj Alien|Immigration bin was << killed the other two saving,Mr.McAndler'B honestly and 1.lthrarT." and were the man bad died of pneumonia' and flSi.7S3.tO. Under the law na- Governor, was next rrtrMuoed aad
We.Thibetan mustered out of the service nationals\ nks ar* only requlrtU to : kept ais audience'
\ Introduced In the Houa* of Common with their the daughter and babe of neglect I 14 a '-wuU roar
and passed its first resiling without n *, who climbed! the wall organizations! come within the purview -" Hull for yean bad lived In the cabin carry both la cask and reserve, 15 p-r ( >f laughter; by quoting fro n and mak.n -

'a division. Tbe bin follow; the recom, met with n terrible magazine rifle fir, of said. decision. with hi* wife. She could not bear the cent of their deposits. There are few j % witty rtiUdTiEs upon Mr. N. B.

'g'mendationm of the Royal Commission : but did not falter; those behind springing The orpazat.loubraeed in the hermit life and left him. Hall lived if any of the other banks in the btsfe > MlIlrd'. printed .pamphlet of bra

en:i alln' immlgra_ tioa.|Issued August I oval;, heaps of dead bodies and continuing term Tatted State Volunteer- are with his daughter, 14 year old. will show more than :30 to SS *er e ui. tbroward'ai. biography sad:: experience
f. 11!last that'1th} Immigration of cer to fight until riddled with bullet the Twenty-sixth. to the Forty-ninth ,, while this one I has conaidershly>>; n.
{, tats classes if !aliens fcto 'th* United I *. I regiments United State Volunteer Infantry TRIALS OF FLORIDA MAN. thaa 50 percent. This Is, certs'r lv t "haner j for argument a> to his bring a

I> Kingdom be ubected to State controL In their retreat he Thibetan soldiers and the Eleventh United States remarkably fine showing aad the :,.-.- r-orporatlon man by referrlrg! to his.

Horn Secretary Akr-Douglas, la tramped back slowly and steadily Volunteer cavalry authorized by the John B. Rose Is Rearrested Alter pie of Dade county are to be roiif record la Congress and sh,.vl'r .. <...
Befog --
Introducing ,the) measure, referred lo followed by aa ot'bullets. art of Congress of March 2. 1S99. Released From Prison. nlated upon having In their. n-.iilut s.ichn >stor Tsllaferro a;IIO did ia eoaaee-

.' (,' thi Increase, ot ptm" du.: to tIIe'l4I Shrapnel from the mountain battery --- strong finnndal Institution. '10) ,. with his record la the Senate

mlisioa ot a class ot/alIeu/! la thla tore the' retreating line, leaving a A rLORIDIAVg TROUBLE. An Atlanta dispatch say: John B. lir upon every question whirs eor-

ooaatry that would be admiso ghastly trail of dead and dying. Rose who was sentenced to one years* MAIL FRAUDS. nnratlons and trusts wave concerned

I 'sloe late tII. 'ntted y= There The best of the Thibetan army Jack Garret of Jennings Said He Wan Imprisonment "from Florida for P*...' I his work and vote were always,In the

: ovaee DO iDt the Secretary axla.d. which oUtau..ben4 the English seven Robbed In Atlanta Ing counterfeit mooejj. having served Philadelphia Concern Under the Baa I I interest of the people."We I ,

to la en with tile Immigrstkm :to one. perished' In the fight his time was release*] from the Federal of the PostoBce Department. I I are honest In the conviction
of foreigners generally. but 1 tWashington that by making Bob.
-17f' Jack Garrett prison. Waiting or Rose was aa Davis our chief
a resident of Jenningsfla I I
: with the. ,etas 'lot undesirable immigrants LONG TERM FOR W. H.;HAM. .. met with a trio of Atlaatians officer*from the state penitentiary of April 2.-Tke Postoffiee ex-entire as Governor aad returning
who bad, displaced the British Tennessee Department has Issued fraud Jim Tallaferro as
th. latter city Wednesday who Immediately arrestedhim a ; order our representative
laborer and pushed the English out i Boston. April %.Wallace H. Ham that they relieved him of and charges as a prisoner who had escaped against the Preferred Mercantile Company I i in tbe United States Senate the taiteresta. -

.of J evening they' had formerly 001II.1 formerly Boston manager {for tile he earned by driving team 130. which from that Institution several' year 1 of Boston; the Quaker CityFountain prosperity aad development of
.... with thej result that the feeling American Surety Company of New the country from through ago. The positive identification of the Pen Company of Philadelphia the marvelous resource* of our fair

between foreigner and Britisher; ee- York who last week pleaded'guilty to Tk* Jennings to Atlanta man was again mad possible through and the Orients Company, of -Land of Flowers could not be en
young men arrested
11 pedaUy la London was becoming a two Indictments charging embezzlement ., To. Carney and Charles are Jones, ,,tk* Bert Ioa systya of Btsruriagcriminals. New Tort. j trusted to nor worthy, competent.
serious menace to the maintenance of oil nearly a quarter of a minion Ross wren arrested said I and patriotic hands.
1 and they were tried and fined f2S for
law. and order,; dollars.from, th* company and front Idling and tottering. Th that k* was not greatly surprised a* WINS A. RHODES SCHOLARSHIP. ,
i young men DENIES:
tile St ,iLuke1* Horn few the Convalescents h* bad rather expected to meet the' FRANCE PROTESTED.
ad denied their
guilt but
I _ETES BLOWN OUT. at .R zblu7. ka been eeeteneed > them had a* BOB of same fate a* that of James Carroll, of, St John*. H. B.. April i-Tk first Rome. -
serve a jolt at the time, tk* Atlanta April t-Tbe Ossertatoi Ro
.1 to not tea than fifteen Oxford scholarship to be
Chicago who I awarded
was arrested last week aa
;. 'j' P Pa, April' t--l aOr.ore jndge,ftned tkem. Garrett left mano the Vatican organ,'denies that
psdenttar than American
year '--l7j year at for having broken his. under the of tile will
la nil- terms
a* moos a* possible tor kis hose parole Merry del
tb* lsckarg of a blast SOter bard Papal Sec
at labor.
;_ of tile late
:: -' note several ,..* qo.TJae officer Cecil Rhodes, ka been ansoaaeed *
Creek Colliery.' Robert ,Telosttia sad I retary State ka* received from
; MDetcaase.
I. and tk* prisoner boarded an early by tile faculty of tile University -
.Joseph t RobluskL misers:;went bomb I A eutesd a f homes passed through morning train for Nashrlll of New Brunswick. The recipient th* French Foreign Minis
ter '
= _..'tavwstlgate.. Tk ckarg ,west oCto. hr* fast slot *nrout. front Motor ABnwdngfn -Of tk* total of 1.111 ...... mtk i- *> to Chester Martin of this d ity. who t* a protest against the peeclal deflrered -
1- tketr:'freea. Botk. had their atablM,nt Miami to German by tile POpe on March U last tn
eyes tk* technical schools' no lea* -.ADoa of trUUmm and osmium an Zl yean old. Martin wa* on* of four wkkk
Won Oat and es teed other asrlops1lajstiiL 1ml .atable .nt" Ktegnrn raUa.-" 8t I,than LK or S7.I per ant are. for- I low very sneratlgy used to point gold applicant all of them gradnate.of k* criticised tbs French gor-

: Their rooTry to sshttati AnguUM ...... ... ....... .... ; tk* unrreralfyj I--t for. Its treatment of Ute'Jrgy
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Abernethy. J C. KIll" H. VLunmus. NOTICE.: i are to conduct: the business of the eor-
Meats and
Anhby RAtk.tvru. J. E.: t I I i Duration! until those elected at the first Choicest. Poultry

STATE btr CERS.W H F. LaSalle. "-. ULeffler. 1, To All Whom It stay Cooctna: : I I election shall be qualified are:. C. L. F. GO TO
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_.... J.naik Notice III hereby that the unI -
liven .
c. D. Robinson, president; Chas. H. Garth-
Brew D. \V :M.
,,, I Cratare.
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I c.-pCNIlrr-""" alin>*w q ....... lush K fBurdme. McDonald J. A. I I demgned I ntend to apply to the Hon Hide vice-president; J. F. Olive, IeCN-I C. H. Raulerson & Go's.

, t'NU.-.1 KlMKI. W. orable Mii or 8. Jones Judge of the :
. Lltar oeral J. KBheaU. khHtrld. W. M.Bjlngton Maynard. '- I tary and treasurer and E. A. ,
:4- Il.IIftprr..dea&. 01 I'u l-.ctloll-' { E. T. MerrltU Z. T. '!Circuit Co1 irt of the Seventh Judicial |I M. Leonard the Executive Committee : .1

(..ra_N.aer.$ ARr1r's .rP-a. E. Ml LIBlinpraTBrol Brady.E. L. Muller. O. Circuit of Iflorlda within and for Dade of said club. 1 0th street and .Ave. D.
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f .....,.. n limilrr* lairriu}! Bailey B. M.Ileyers.. r 5.i. H. .county for said Judge' approval of I| The organization and first annual
, r.-tl...-.(...irftlw.1.u.ptrulltr....1 tut CukiauMuecr wl Mo nSvpcri.4. Budge H. C. Morse! Fred 8. the proposed! Charter hereto annexed meeting of the members of this club They Carry a fun Line of r
..Yeas J Moore, T. V.Burdlne Monday i
- _. '. I'A.tkla-Tc IiuTefaur.:4cneer.l. BroBsler G. D. .. UIJOQ the ISth day of April ball be held on the first Monday In

. &arJ" ",...... Al ul'."e.'"' rrurtl.r.. Tmumrar*u.. J. M. )I('Don aId. W. H. A. D. 1901. at Titusvllle. Florida January. A. D. 19OS. la the city of I FLORIDA AND WESTERN MEATS. i.

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_".- >..r'reta/TM..,.. Mate,..(Srr.w A.ri .l, .... .....,.'". Blackman E. V.Challl Nelson Edwin I I N44. I and thereafter on the first MondayinJanuary I meat business here in April 1896.
..utak ., .. Peck. R. J.
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.....,04<.., ..........-Tae ..noor.1&" W. W.Cheatham : L. F. ROBINSON. of each and every year. ;I
.. .. ..... _00'- Cohen I. Prout.
N t'IMr. .' 4 T. M., LEONARD.
.. ... -r..MI 8. L. I i iI Article 7. The By-Laws of this corporation
M "'1"" eves J. H. Patterson H. F.
I f ....ts \.,....- 11 Conrad. J. A. Fairish Allan R. I J. F. OLIVE : are to be made altered or re Scruggs..'

r l trKEIIt c'tr !I'I"; "! Cropland. J. G. Rhodes! C W. E. A. HART. Inded by a two-thirds vote of the

.. F t. .....(.....U..lj.., Clark. P. C. Rose! C. J i CHAS. H. GARTHSIDE.: i members of this corporation in good
t .... ......... ....... W.J .. T. 1
" it 41. 101..............,..... u"' _.. Drake Gaston Rellly. J. a I standing at the time of the passage of PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING

# "Y.mru.w..oav_Cuui W n.1toffuld.IOY MW I.IYr..durrartM nttlet.l4w Douglas, E. D.RUBb., Dr. W. B. CHARTER.The any bylaw.Article "

I< T.n..._. r la4L' ,I Dorn. J. K. Rumph Edw.Raulerson. undersigned persona. C. L. F.KoblnBon. 8. The highest amount of In- And Dealer in PLUMBING SUPPLIES

tea {IU+IUI. Erwin W. W. C. H. T. M. Leonard. J. F. Olive, I dobtedoeM or liability to which this

.o.Ja. ...... r. TB.MI. IIJi" fil ".' ......'Ik.. o Enloe. Dr. O.Rumpb.. Geo. El A. Han and Chas. H. Garthslde I corporation shall at any time subject lOO1t niendorff Block, Avenue I)
McplM-a a. YAj.urf. Itniuuula I Frlswll. O. C. Safford. L. D.o Itself shall be than
I j : hereby associate themselves together : never greater; two-
f U..Cii, U"111E Flanagan. R. 8. Semelt. E.: O. fur the purpose of becoming l.corpo-I I thirds of the value of the property of MIAMI. FLORIDAVi1son's

P. h..t tK.lnW ,e lira-UK feu*. MwM. W. lM .* ratal kithpou. I """ "a. J. 8 Bulzner c. F.
..n j Article ,. The amount In value of the
yseu.d vt.&cI aj of A. D. .1901, of the Laws of Florida
. I I Cforlack. A. P. Smitb Julius
It .p. I''GlrtmaD. James Stonem.n. F. n. The following Is the proposed charter j I rral estate in Lee Mmi>le, or any leasehold -
IO.IIL1i. '
RA1LKCA1JtIB )yylq+ ., for the Intended society and club: : estate which the corporation may \
trtrDit. C It
I It Sulzer. A. E. Hoyelty
Bmw.R. 7 west .:haffma.. Gautier, T. N. Shanahan )I. Article 1. Tho name of the society hold subject always to the approval I
H. Bvr Loa hITef. a 1 1f' of the Circuit Judge shall not be over '
J.1B. and club shall be Miami Gun Club. I'
J. Graham. 8. Seweil John
t'M: ....=: t Ie,'. 01UCSII
l the of f2.500.
; Garthslde; C. H. Sto1mour. R. IL with principal office at Miami Dade sum I'
I It sat ill bp.fanoaaol .l. ready .. .......
Hr.mllDII: J. C. 1la..IJe. ". P. county Florida : C. L. F. ROBINSON .....,.

U. KC: 11II1+ I\I\t.1\ : :. Gallatt F. Shaw. H. D. T. M. LEONARD.
t For
: I Article 2. The general nature of the I Anything la

r- >. L anii.. I.." Gautier R. D. Taylor R. ROrlmng. object of the corporation society and J. F. OLIVE Wood Noreltlem.
A.I. Turnage J. L E. A. HART
TINA .' Lira DUrr.ICr club shall be the development and perfection -
aa4 Di e *C-.....) I Girtman W. H. Tatum D. B. CHAS. H GARTRSIDE. Wintow and door screens,"
of skill on the pert of the club'smembers
Hayes J. H. Tatum, J. H. tad door Ir. (tor* tztarM, Katy
f'. H>... E.!' IM.kik. Palm Brwk.04DE In the art of wing and trap STATE OF FLORIDA, cork, inside trimming of all klida.R. .
11111 L. II:.
f COUNT BEPKK8KXTATIVE.: : Hunter J. C. Watson c. H. : phootlng. and also the entertainment COUNTY OF DADE: S. WILSON.
jl jlt of clubs of similar kind and of
fcraaaa W. KlBsi: alteri Hili. William Whorton F. H. mem- On thin day personally appeared be- ;
bers of such clubs In contests J CONTRACTOR AND BDILDU
:- DADa CWSTT OFFICERS.Coai ]I. F.White, E. UHerMr. fore me C. L. F. Robinson T. M. Leon

E.- *)Ml<*-AIleB L Hey**. 1laal. A. E.: Wall. T. A. of skill. wing and trap shooting; and ard. J. F. Olive. E. A. Hart and Cha "'LA.a AID SPSCInCATIOaa.L ,.

i" t1 *, *-.*,-, T. u.tMr femwfer rs Mia'ol Deel. Hall. 'W. W. Whaler H. T. .also the giving of prizes to personscompeting H. Garthslde, to me well knows as the l -. _--- ---- -- .
Court.04 ;
Orrs ml UmU
, MBt urm. Haha. F. W. Worley. O. A. IB contest* of skill at wing
-E. O. IMvtara C persons described In. and who subscribed -
BMTtsT-iJokB 7 robot k. MluL; Hughes W. D. Wilson J. t and trap shooting. their names to and executed Are You Going to Build ?
r .
O.Il.itt. .
"Ta.eatn- 1lNee. .woes J. F.
Horner J. W. Woodwortk. Article S. All member of this club the foregoing articles of Incorporation

j-... ; :_-..Ta.......t.. ...B.lth.. ,., Mla.1.*. Jon.., H. K. WllM>n. R. 8. shall be gentlemen of at least twentyone as and for articles of Incorporation of

f :.",-.. -Nupertatrsaeal- tL.Mlrnai.MV ./ Pabtte.laal.f Iarn Kolb. A. J. ZlaulM.. L. years of. age, and shall be admittedto the Miami Gun Club and did severally : If so, or ti you need building! material of any

"V. ta-r awed:. ..(Storftu.O0.07 B VWa.Alrtor. W membership In said club by a maJority j acknowledge; that they executed the : kind you should not fail to see .
> .aIIaI\c.,Ch.umsry w"' / stlm; r. CCiaCTIT HEALTH IS YOUTH.
". Uw a4 E. Mclii.n.M.J Pnllurd vote of the Executive Committeeof same for the purport and uses therein
t. a e..uV rI..l 11. A. M h**, C.teaota this club.
irv.. L C. Dearbora. Ctork sad AwlltOT ofat..rdYmaL Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age exprened. 1 1I
Article 4. The term for which this In Witneft* Whereof I have hereuntoset J. A. McDonald fiCo. J

OOOKT ot SEVXXTH: JFD1CIAII HerbiDC taken every moraine before club Is to exist Is twenty-five years. mt hand and official seal this

CakncUwnmltJ. 1).4e c/acvIZ/ .... of...,--I l !breakfast will keep you la robust Article 5. The names and residencespf seventeenth i day of March A. D. 1904. .

*-.. ..... *.... Tnvwlll.. health fit you to ward off disease. It the subscriber are a* follows: i L. A. MITCHELL. i

elerk.1t.r P I-.M HUM ..."-.E.....C..,p-.1.* U.*orOM Brm.! ,,,t........ cures constipation, bllliousneas dyspepsia -' T. M. Leonard residing at Rouses Nourj| Public Notary Public. De'alers In l."lb r. lat.. s.'"tl_.Mo l4l. Cadges Brick: Use.

} Fall TMM ef Ctrrntt Court_.*.. !
........'Irt 'lID"" M.mla| la h'cwmber.HrnwtVraM Yard...01 ........ .AmtM D sad l< Fin* * rI :v
la April. --
and clears the complexion. Mrs. D. Mlaml.f'la. 11"18.
bsotodcNTT>> Cur'?.
; \V. Smith. Whitney Texas, writes Apr. E. A. Hart residing at Rhod slucL I -

P..eeutla'd iienr7.......T e..adrn.IIam1.wl.f. 3. IMP "I bare used Herblne and find J. F. Olive residing at New York. I WORKING OVERTIME. MEAT MARKET
.. Yaday ill J. i
T.-.I. wary.MprlnR It the bett medicine for constlpatlou Robinson
T..f -F1rM MowUf la ApFIM C. )t F. residing at New-

""._Terai-Fint_- MOB./.J Ortoeer la;iul y. and liver troubles. It will do a41 you poet. R.: LArticle Eight hour laws are Ignored by Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork
pan Is.tad.y,
"lalin for It I can highly recommend C. The business of this corporation 'those tireless, little workers-Dr.Kilt's .
..L Uxt>OFWCE,( AIXMVIU.I.H I Sausages Hams Poultry, etc.
it. snc a bo tle. Sold by Red Cross
shall be conducted by an New Life Pills. Minions, arealways
s.n...... BerelTer. alas A'DitE: II, .AWL FLOUDA.
la, 0.a.tu.oe.. Ileta.trr' Pharmacydw Executive<< Committee of five members ''I' at work, night and day curing --- -- '

.: '; CHca. DIUC IIT.J .a president a vice-presidggt. indigestion Biliousness Constipation. '

'.Pnn'-" a.e..G u4 fch Mtwttac -- secretary and treasurer. The offices! t Sick Headache and an Stomach FREDK. s. MORSE 4
XII rtnek
11..7 ,
N..e.l.r.rrry \
-. at .a.rtork, tl.ytl.l Vo.y'L Pity ear WrXrre altaa.Thr of secretary and treasurer hall be Liver sad Bowel trouble Easy, pleasant
'.=. .. Prafefa..rl.Rave.w'.dursdar.lIM .- Chine's enjoy the lib '
., r greatest
P. |
filled and the 25 cents At all -
safe Only
.f t W. AB are aurdirl/yIs by one same person. Hire.
: ,,
The lawn of the weMern nationire
.l ....... 7 111". .TASt.a. KMluC. I erty. aril instances The name of the omcers and mem- ,drugstore. REAL ESTATE
iiWi4r too fiunirriiu* t x' rvfre. -
i IK* ..- (".P4I Ai... BoCT, AWW bers of the Executive Committee who dwIJARGEST
C eua soh jonoeCr...,.r .* tta. .NI_ uf their Ixtiii ac- 111113 hrff'irn.Ml ';
.'M iM p. S.; tMiad.o arhuc. .. Mia. ., the rhilcrru in I.. .f<.niiitr are
..... .
.. 1 M : r.
i.arIaI. II.a:1
tt J Slf F av,C.A. E, ia. ....... Ix.unil! to attend chnnl, at a rr'tain
y I Offices' stairs Cor. '... C and
It ta 8t.
} I, ira.tarr. ajfr \\ I>rn tin auiltor I. |>riat "
// It..t'.,..... 0.-f ,.-. c...t 11'1 a I........ hi Int" a<-l> flor. r..prifrht.IWf'.rr .
ao l-tR..ral..a.ll.'+'rk .. ..Woad.. Miami. Dade Co. Florida.-
.mri !
a man inn 's nrw.palw| r ,
'Last t4iT 1"-&; J'rHrbiDC at '1e p m. STOCKFan
,. rtk L.t.eU. ,- a.; Junior. Cpwonl he rnuvt apply| l fur a rrrtifimte front
11.p. m ...1"1.. ht;* firriimrnt: .anclionigi hTirt to <.t4i ,
..... ..r_oYruTk; All an..w.o.. .j. .
I There fivn:
L. A. on ifC ra.; .. I <> arv giiternmi' fRUITS. HEAVY ,
; all ; and firm. All ;y Groceries I II !
.' god I i-Lnijanlr.
E. Arena* 11 lax ,
Taunt irM-llMralM CatBcB.r.Pra M. II wetm-k; Ha 4a 1pCMralo mmrrtHfn mn i'lie ,p|,, rti-il In. .....- I FRESH VEGETABLES Du..Shnooilllf. Waron Carriage Werks
T MooM... IT.alag. rrayev Ill'.i.!'e.liieIwh I I taiudrl.artu.rntG.r, | n ei.trali"tn. Thit Hay Grain, Feed and Fertilizers. ;: F B- ,All Kind Repairing '.
vs.....1311. r) Brwawl Brazing and Soldering -
_of.U, I..f>atk. Fir* tktri -l>asd I I .

11 ,,,te W.r,'*...*.**.,*.* &lid M B."flrL"Uo\-Furth .,\ Cuo sod wife IS "inJr:11: f'uo. Yachting Trade a Specialty j i I All Work Guaranteed, rirsl-Clasa. :, ......1.sad. at:*Tr4A IIJi.r.... -kOB --- I o hoi 800. Avenu.e D. Y

.err,7 r.......r ...a "DC s" t rs A DXDT FOR Bl'RXS. 1 E. L. & Co. :
0 w.W. FA.... P<.fnr.f Brady -

1 Mr. *
r .... rtaw i1ew' "'onCTY. mm.ti''iIi'I'
C..rTa" < ...rt..Ha "e. and Ha| Mivrl lr Berirlr Elgin III.;, writes: H @'i\Ii'
""...... i GROCERS- r
a a m. "r.rrI Liniment
i .hate used liallard's Snow ; I
MIAMI B a ARO OF TRADE.Tr.Men4 lrfenIs 24. I'
t always recommended It to my Phone ,

,. WHIIam M Bro_' JII. J i ... I am cocfldent. there la no' better, Cor. ve. 3D axed Twelfth St. : I .
made. 'It.!is a dandy for burns. Those !
: Ptnt Vk-rr atlt. T. V. [Mom
b..ettd ". E. Ltsnmus ; *ho lire on farms are especially liable I! I

-.cM7; E. V. $......-... j i iTreamnwr. i; lo many accidental cuts burns bruises : '

B. B. T.t... hirb heal rapidly' when Ballard' '! Dru
feud V. Mimra*f Gorman-J. R. ......W..... a A.W EHer Brows- I Snow Liniment Is applied. It should :A Short Trip Abroad via P. & 0. Steamship Co. Qi5eayrye Qf11parY

J B. lUtllT. F. W. Hakn ,W. W. I always 1 I* kept In the house for cases i ii I.
i.'ut. Jnka BewelL j i of elM'I'P1W'7.-. Me, $1.00 bottle. J. C. ABERNETrtY. Proprietor

I' "TANDINQ' COMMlTTpEa.tAWBARMtf. For pale by Red Cross Pharmacy.dw Nassau ::
W. R : Patte peiik a. I..: $255O11Whiad {k i- =-= = ,

..-.... James T.; 8e>mo,r. R. H.: .

POfS-.IoT.wtt y. O. A. B. M. I .... r. as .. DI..... I IIirrIfD' I ; : largest stock of Drugs Fancy Stationery, Toilet .

V ; ...... F. W.; Roee. C. J.j Kredwrlck.NKALTH ;! I drc'lovrc in to rarer. poor I -AMD AND RETURN Articles Etc.. in South Florida. Pipes. Cigars and .
Jlakt' lip m bit 'hit n'.,. I told him I.
a. AND SAXITARf-Jackaim.I Mat story f '< II,. .1... nl Br' by and 2 1.2 DAYS BOARD at the HOTEL COLONIAL. .I. Tobaccos. .

... Jr.: .......1. W. W.; tbilo.; OU- I .hourh': h,'" cl> laughing| ..vrr U.Triirr Prescription Department in charge .
side; Ffeiuupt R. : King,' H. M. ;. II.all.\ ? FIRST TRIP. MAPCM Z1p-SfCOND! TRIP.. MARCH 28. of kkillfnl\ and careful hand. . r'BISCAYNE

RIVERB AND HARD R ,-Oar".JuoIda. *Yps. but 1,10 ,i; ln't. There
Lv' Miami Motvd. 3.-OO pm. Moh 21 Lv' Miami Mond. 3KOp.m. Mch 28
*, H.; Rempfc Eder C.: ratum. even a nn hi. face wkea the end Ar Naaau.Tue O:3Oa.m. Mch 22 Ar Nassau Ti... 0:3O a-m. Mch 29 i BL FLA.F. .
'! CK .
t ft flhanalMin J( '
: ralne. N. Y. rasa.NI. Lv Naasau.Thur. 3OOp.m. Mch 24 Lv Nassau.Thur.3OOp.m. Mch 31
RAILROADS AND FRI3OHTBrraJy. Ar MIa",1.Frida,.. O.-OOa-m. Mch 25 Ar Miami. Friday 8-OOa.m. April I .
B. I. : Lefler. C. D-k UIBMBUB.Rnrln. .. ..I..t.r's ( ...... .- -- S S
.... W. MeDenaM. J. A.'IIARITIBP.BTtrlgtalt. The had ttarlni l fur a tiniJI.Thrrr Thee tripe will be personally conducted by Mr. Frank M. Jolly, Traveling '
K .
: ; Aunt of the P. av 0. Steamship Co.. who will remain with -
B. iT.I : I is our iuini.trr. he ntd; th. ... do everything possible for thvtr comfort and pleasure.
: J. IL D..siaa. K. B.; peat1M'. T. "I'm Ruing t.. ask bin! |..j. !n n..." :trip n',.r can eoual this for la-ht-MvIn and for. S
f ; XI_..... C. LAGtJCVLII'RLlnarknrtt. **To jo.jft! a.* Oli CicrirthU i. ,.. I first rvedly class famous aooommodatlone Hotel Colonial.For aboard. ship and at the beautiful and d ') .

.. E. P. .ueid.... Nut bliln't \..u lirltrr >1 pr.kIn .
_fits_ i Ff! B: Tatum. J. H: :t on :'". A.I I papa before rrg'nr the tnlnikter. 0 --_rvatlona--apply to C. E. Johnson.Ticket A.- .ni. Royal- Palm.-MiamiC. .,I 'i\Ii' '!' '!' .

N 1Ysr'a. J1. K. 1' .1"11.1. L. MYERS. Manager, Fla.E.. M. HAFER. Traffic Agent
rfBUC BI'ILNX08H"J' W.: I i Jackaonvlll.

r..... 1 H (".;i -.m,. ", : amll.J. .
.' .-i; Wkaler. H. T. j jM r A GREAT SENSATION. I l
MANUFACTLRF: -"T4srel 0. C.: F. i mI
R. There war a bin aenvatloa 'In Leesnlle. '
:1'. V.: Conrad J. A.; jRMcIea I It \ 'I M
tN Reuir J B. j jsnrCATKiKALBufdln Ind., when W. H. Brown of that i iI Wheps
: .. I I W. M.: l4ave who was ext>ected to idle had I II I Ji
Rt4nlu.d B.IjJ 1 I j r IOn:; :au11
H.a|. _. WJ; Oautter.....,..,.. J. 0smith.. I hill life saved by Dr. Kings New" DIs-i For hare .
e', .I"'. A. .. Everybody. now In my employ me of the '
1 I 1 every for Connumptlon.! He writes: II \ 1
Kalkl! A. J.IHlUGRATaOXBlaekaiaa. 'I brat' draftamaa !
Jra m: I e : in the South and am
E. 'I endured insufferable agonies from I B ever .
better than
prepared for firnbia.iff
f. ..... J. It. f>or J. New Discovery "
but ore
M&-M. Asthma
roar '. 'i. We hare just -'dnd: a chip- plant and di4a lwifrw. mod build\ -4!
n-waste. i. i i1CKTiS Immediate relief and soon thereafter ',
MCNT..R! .dss. R. W.: me b. i meat of the iamou '2*, flue cabinet work. *.ee.I .

"....... n.IL.t Ot........... CJ H.: ReOty. effected a complete ire. Similar am now headquarters tor ton* .

J. a; ae. eta: cures of consumption pneumonia and Snell's ork. scroll sawing and all work ...
:'.-- APY 10-1.""." B.; fit's,.. broochlUs and pip are ...- _-- -
IL 1 BIa and lm-vcle the market. !\Ve "nry nIe ti s fr! 't stars pTaatng miq
a ta.'P: R.:1/rtrtgtm" It's the peerless remedy for all throat 1 be beat the cheapest. im
1- 'C: Pr.t/tainsMa. >*. '. .oel1u.& t-oublcs. Price We and '1.00. also carry a large stuck of I i ire-, saddle' Kim A. ...and 0 do Send me your trim for door sad

'fie ran 1 QIt! lit -.=aumbislig Guaranteedbottle by aQ dreoista. Trial Repairing of all.kintf i all and ee ... ttdow trams balhwten.U .brweket.0te. '

i .,8t't11a' alt are r. iy .. sad eoarlaced.
"... w. *4 Jaebosi..J. H. Jr. ree.dw Carroll & Oark. 12th St., Miami fla -

...... t1oa. ., M1AM1.FLAr

i I 1I ''

:.. I II" .

LL l "L. _' __ .. I, ,t.1! a-.7. ...AGENERAL
_, .Jj k... > .:..... -V..J.I& ;ft.>!" -- w'O-- "",," L"-- < ......... J 0 '

t. '.1.1I I LEGAL 1D7EHT1SEIEIIS. (73) shares, and S. L. Patterson Ms-

I, ami. Fla, one hundred and an-
I 2 CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. ; 1 : NOTICE.. I (115) share .J

The professions ,
AaBoaneemenU win .. Inserted la UMDeJly and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May To AU Whom it May Concern: EDWARD BCRKE.: (Seal)

I 1 ud weakly HotropoUs tar to* dolo Notice U hereby given that the undersigned JOHN F. OLIVE.: (Sea))

lire Candidates or u. olthor for edition County for Coimlsolonarsud gee dollar 10th and June 7th, 1904, in Dade County. Intend to apply to his Excellency. W. W. ERWIN. (Seal)

members of UM school board will be William S. Jennings Governor 8. L. PATTERSON. (Seal)

I I charged nn. half tbm .-ala.No of the Stat of Florida, for Letters *
CXAHAM, PATTIRSOS A CRWIK: aBBouacomenl Insane-.UJ said :
Patent on the proposed charter STATE OF FLORIDA.
N,. Node la hereby girem that there tcth day of April 190(. at which time -
'AT LAW. win b* a Democratic primary election they wul be closed
This J4th day of February A. D. 1904 On this day before
personally appeared
Win.rootteet. an...... Stats ad ro.-.rlTiiflir FOR COUNTY TKXAATJltn.To held in the rarlou precincts of Dad The registration books /will not be
r.ewu..1M.uaI..-f... a551sett.gLoad EDWARD BURKE. me Thomas Costlgaa. EdwardBurke
10. 1904. and reopened for the second primary elec
Florida oa May
This w. bao ao oal* oostotawmsul Yotors of Dad Own-
UM JOHN F. : John F. W. W.
OLIVE Otlve. Erwin
..... Daio Oas.t.0.105W.
book I Florida: on June 7. 104, for' the purpose of
"1a."Pi.. ty. ... tion.All THOMAS COSTIGAN.W. and S. L. Patterson to m* well known
I I horoby amputee myself a oaBmdat* nominating UM following officer: person may register who are
I IP. for ro-atorOoB to the .... of Ti sasurst I W. ERWIN. as the pe.- described In and who
1 Representative la Congress. Second : whether they bar paid their '
t. SXA6O8. X. D. of D4 County. Florida subject I* UM & L. PAt1BRSON: subscribed their same to the foregoing -
i DuoersdS Congressional District poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote
of 1Moten.
o I I will of a majority
article of
Otto with 1 k4 Cross rkSTBsrf.sla a. will osproaooa1 m UMoefmtle Dam- 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the unless their poll taxes which may be 'Incorporation as and

.. .o" tack Mno pr1maiOifay M MM. full term of III.1'1.: legally due are paid u provided ,by CHARTER.The for articles of Incorporation of th*

cone ATCJC 1 ., ; 1 C. H. RAUI.KR.ON. Court law. undersigned persons Thomas Dade County Title Insurance..
:I Justice of the Suprem.
MIAMI .:, :'TLORIDA.D ,! dw I M( mL *!*. 1 GoTernor. POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. Costlgan. Edward Burke John F. Olive Trust Company and did severally acknowledge '1

I I I W. W. Erwin and S. L. Patterson that they executed th. same
State. Payment of taw for 1903 and
i 1 Secretary of poll 1
.. ][. JACXSOB ,
hereby associate themselves together for the purpose anij uses therein .xpreued. -
Candidate for 1 Attorney-General. ,1903 Is a prerequisite to voting at all :1
I. for the purpose of becoming Incorporated ,
OPTICS.HOTKL : dw County Jadg 1 Comptroller. I! elections this year. "'
under the law of the State of IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have ,
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Treasurer.j Florida. !I hereunto set my hand and official seal i iI
of Public Instruc The condition
1 Superintendent following exempt
MIAUL The many friend and supporter of The following I* the proposed char I this 29th day of February. A. 1
tion. I person from the payment of capitation -
the ;present member of the Board of I Iter for the Intended corporation: D. 1904. 1
1 Commissioner of Agriculture. I or poll taileD
D. ......,. p. W.,.. .lIIla.. County Commissioners for Dad. Article One. The name of the corporation (Seal) J. W. HORNER.
1 Railroad Commissioner. I First-Any on* ho has lost a limb 1
PUNEY .t WILLIAMS I county hart prevailed upon them to 1 Adjutant-General. In battle. I hall b* the Dad County Notary Public la and for

stand for re-election, and hereby present Cheml.t. I Title Insurance and Trust Company did the State of Florida at Large i
1 State Se-o""Dd-AD1 one who ass 55 year ,
ATTORNLYS4LT: LAW.Will I their name, a* follow: F. C with principal offices at Miami, Dade -
ocactic la Slat, r4erat.aad all other 1 Judge of the Circuit Court. Seventh of age on or before December 31. 1901. j
0...". Strict atuaiMiaatl. ..... Alch r. George W Lalnhart, R. E County. Florida. I MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ?
tact........ Judicial Circuit. Third-Any one becoming of age (21 ,
Wi"1+ :McDonald John Sewell and L. A. Article Two. The general nature of -
I 1 State Attorney. Seventh Judicial years old) on or after January 1. 1903. An enormous .sonfish weighing .... .
I Belcher, to the voters bt the Democratic the business to be transacted shall be
: I Circuit Fourth-Any one who had become a and on huodrcdwrlgbt ha bees j

W B. RUSH : primary of May 10. 1904. 1 Prosecuting Attorney. resident of this State and county jn the Insuring the owners of real estate left stranded by t". tide at RIakoaey.Norfolk. ?
Senatorial after 1903. mortgagee, and others Interested England.
1 State Senator.. Thirteenth or January 1.
OOo es-lith strwt JThOne W. I real estate as owners Incum- When large badger waacaught aa4
Dl tHrt. If properly i.rj t.""' t. any of the liD .
KfmUtuef eih btrtct aqd :AvenueB brancers. or otherwise against loss by kills recently in "..wagb,. Lmeolashirc. -
Pbose n-IR. UM Democratic voter* of Dado CooaTy. 1 Member of the House of RepresenuUves above can vote at all elections. State
I' England it was found to w.igk2e
M 1401 I, FLA. Florida: and county held this year, withoutpc reason 'of lien, Incnmbrances! or defective pound .4'/}
i I hereby aaaoaaee myself a SBrtV1st title*; the loaning and investI -
1 County Judf ;Ing any poll or capitation tax. I The Chektcr County Historical aoeietjr ;
r. w. BACKUS ; for r. oteetloa to ... office of IhorlsT of of securities Its r
Dado Coaaty. Florida. subject to tbs 1 Sheriff. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. I Ing money upon upon of Pennsylvania, has erected o* -

.A '. I wW of tho majority of UM DooMerad 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court Persons uDder the following conditions own account, and a* agent or trusteefor the Kraodjwlne battlefield a moss

fUn" SpoeiBeaUon and Details lladr voters a. win expressed la UM Democratic 1 County Aiieooor of Taxes will be liable for one poll tax other persons; the acquiring hold- went to Urn Lafayette.hinre .
for' Buildings of Al Kings, Fine I primary ... bo bold May Mb UM lug using, leasing. Improving and disposing three men hat haaged thesaeltea -
1 Tax Collector. only for 1902 or 1903. as the case
Beaidenae* a Specialty.'Orn dw JOHN FROHOCX. reel IB Gibbet las. Ualeaowea
of property, and personal.the .
: nt, 1315, ATMCK D'I 1 County Superintendent of Public Instruction. : U.orre-trr.liire, England, it has bee
and trusts
i I hereby announce myself as a candidate Any one who became 55 year old accepting executing decided to ......g. the same of the

for Sheriff of Dad county. 1 Surreyor.' during 1902 will be required to pay $1 pursuant to orders, judgments and thoroughfare..

D. B.x.cH4m, i i I Florida, at the next Democrat primary 1 Coonty Treasurer. for' account of poll tax for' that year. i decrees of court of record and by Attempting to commit suieid in tae

I who virtue of devises and bequests; acting Danube raaal at Vtoaaa, a ass stack Ri; 1
I OommlxViner Any on become of (21
and ask for the Tots of mj County may ag
pENTIST.iNlelIa. fast ia the thick fee which support ; q
S Member of the County Board of old) at any Urn daring 1902 as agent, attorney-ln-fact, executor
.-_041a.laoBaodl.1. ........ __ oFLOIBDA. < fellow Democrat and those who wfflb yean him said he ass revetted, frosts **- ;
..-. Public Instruction. win be required to f 1 for' tax administrator, trusts, assignee, assignee
AmMIAMI. qualified to ..... voter at thai pay moat stiff and quite UBCOBM.IOIU. > 4
a primary. I promise. If elected to faithfully 1 Justice of the Peace la and for' Dlatricu for the year 1903. for' the benefit of creditors, receiver The Illiaoia supreme court has decided '.J!

perform the many duties of this Noa. 1. t I, 4. I, 7. .. .. Any one becoming a resident of this or guardian; and owning and I that the wreklj. pay day law w

Home Seekers] responsible offlc 10. 11. U and IX State and county during 1902 win b* operating abstract books covering ls.-d ronolilutioital. This will compel- maaufarturen .

Attcotioo.Yo J. M. WILLIAMS. 1 Constable la and for' Districts No*. liable for the poll tax for' 1903. I titles la Dad County Florida sad i IB that .t.le.&o pay their
men weekl .h.nn.r it la aemasdedlb s
will find It to your interestto Palm Beach, Fla. 1. I, 3. 4. I, 0. 7. .. t, 10. 11. IS WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. the making and selling of abstract orsearches city)bf .pw.11 does. a little .' .:

call on'me before investing. and U. AU male Inhabitants who an 21 :, of title thereTrojx. 'i, ill the acrirultural line nvn>ioo.lly.II (
and to FOR CLERIC CIRCUIT COURT. Presidential Elector cf and under 55 Article Three. Th. amount of the i| ;
Furnished houses rooms 5 years age were yean 1 *l"'u has Ira rf-. ...l (row :.
in real estate. I hereby annainieo myaolf a* a ....- l capital stock shall be Fifty thousand j .... '. '
rent. Real bargains 4 Delegate at Lars to National Con- of as* December 31. 1901. I lit urt pr. ... ua.. our .us Je .r
city and country. Insurance, taxes. date for the once of Clerk of UM Circuit Ten lion.I Any one becoming a resident of this dollars ($30.00000): << divided Into nooks| | brit u3 the pew ':-ulcntitiMtu III
collection etc.. attented to. I Court of Dado Gouty object "I : ..f tee aqueduct II !. se :
hundred shares of the par value 1",1 new
State and Jto
; District
Delecatea. county prior January 1.
autboriiinjj the action of UM Democratic primary "
have a special licence lfn tran-.niitieu toll* r1: .1..1101 f 1
m.e to prepare all kinds legal traniufera dw E. L. WHITE. t J3, Member at Large of Stat. Committee. 190, will be required to pay poll tax: One hundred dollar $10000) tm for the\ credit of II aut M .i.UO

of real estate Low fee*. January W. H04. I! for 1902 and 1903. which hall be payable at the optionof ., Mgt' \ I Sui HI j, i'. ''i.Ixrn .. .

Prompt attention. i ,1 County Member of State Committee. If they become a resident after January the corporation In cash or pr.>;vtr. in tkr ra.iv> .> t 4rr.'..-.. ft

C. C. CARROLL. I hereby aaaouBro myself a _"" \cia.. :.1 Member National Committee. I 1, 19O%?, and before January 1. I real or personal at a just rpatlon \...ra. sail .u tb.., ".... **' i. rr..
Notary Public.. II for ... ofliee of Clerk of tbo Circuit I'''I 1 Supervisor of Registration. 1903. they rill be required pay poll : to be fixed by the Board or Directors : > nailm. suntrt a ..i' e : ..: ., '

aYC D._:talln. "rr'" ar. I: 1 Court approachinsDraocntle for Dado County Abject primary to. Nee UM t Member of Dad County Democratic !ttax for 1903 (11I1,. I I lor this company at a meetlri; railedfor nrr.Lwh.rhthe..t" r, a''D' thr V\,"tl: .J". "..' I. t" .+

Ralia' I 110ft.I I Executive Committee In and for I Any one reaching their majority (21 | that purpose. ,. .... .,' :;.. 1.i ... '.

.. I iW. dw Z. T. UERRITT. 1 i Preclnpu N3e 1..23,45.S7. $. yean!) on or;after January 1. 100%, will Article Four. Thla corporation, Khali : .. '''jI -.,, ........ .. '; ""

C. MAYNARDI Buena Vista FlaI >. 10, 11. 12. 11. and 14. be subject ty payment of roll tax for I continue and hare full power to exer- i i I llr ".<- wn fi :1' ,r: : '

I The rule governing said primaries 1903. ilse and operate Its corporate franchise "..'(!< i fat .. .., ,fI
Av*.D, Host U I-ooWsUe I II. t ihf 10... .. .. .. _
and 'rom.nities ill! He .u "t
this method laform the vo* privilege, I
labs W hall be the same a* those adopted by In all casein of exemption of a voter powers
tlum Iciritdi FtUed: I I... of Dado County that X wil .. a eaadldato ">..... .. l. >sj:
Executive Committeeat | from it of for the term of ninety-rilJ* (IY ) I
I the Democratic parcme poll taxed be must .
I TI ....... .' .
.ffttehes; Cocks Jewelerj. Ac for roelocUoa to UM offlco of Clerk .1.' !- i i : r lea : k.-
., their held at Jacksonvilleon i secure of 011.upeM'lsor of Yeats from and after the ('O1JII"C'e-
meeting \; registration
of ... Circuit Court subject to the adios .i-:. I. i t 1,0 <, ", .
I ] -1----- of tbo Uemocratte primaries. May M I' January 22. 1904 for governing'1 1a certificate setting forth the fart that meat of Its corporate exlstenrr ''a (...,f 01 ... ?><* 11.. (/'?, .. i t rf'

t7E0 L. MCDONALD promisinc. If elected, to perform UM duties .1' State primaries, so far a* the same will I such vpter 14 exempt If the certificate Article Five. The business of skis u.. '. .. ."fn. .. I l..
of the oaee. m UM future a* la .. .. .. .
a|" r I. (' in I 1, "l i a'
be applicable to the county primariea.The exempts the voter from payment of I company shall be .I'ODda.-td by aboard
: pip I I past to tbo boot of my ability. I wit M n. ., ,... '0 r In ii ...... .- 1.1, .
.. Lads i iWlrUlaf a avwiaitT bo grateful to tbooo ... will favor m* j asaeasment! to b* paid by the I poll bites for both yean (1902 and Of five (5) directors, a i>rel 1t. t ..I! ji, r: r. Mi h ''H".i, i. t.>! I

..risvi.g sad GROWL FLA. with th r votes varKui candidate shall be a* follow: I I 19H3), If properly registered, he can I first vice-president, second vice-pros] 1 .Itt.' ll I.' til I IIIH 1 | I nt. I .V -I I.II. I I J

COCOAXUT I dw E. C. DEARBORN. Representative ,...... ........ $11 00 !I then vote upon presenting to the inspectors dent secretary and treasure ai.y the iiani .r III j .. .i.i IL'" : ,.e

1: I Senator .. ..... .... .......... IS 00 1| such certificate of exemption. I other such officer agents or employ-' earth ..b.." the u., I, uiui i. wet'c

J.. A. DAN.Slid / FOR TAX COlLECTOR.I : Sheriff ........ ................ 85 00 If the voter to subject to only on. as may fmra time to time be apinyuted urann'. Hi.. "f'" ; ,<.. ,.f pawl: nLaa .' I'

:.I. hereby announce myself a candidate Clerk of the Circuit Court...... 30 00 I I'poll tax, either for 1902 or 1W3! the or elected The office ot secretary lord .o"oIo1nti"g
th..nintan. .. tamed ..
,. rotten
.. .
V1sn1ssssssssssssi ssssl OvKfstthrt for the office of tax collector of! Tax Assessor ..1.) ..... .......... 20 00 ,i same rule willapply, as to securinga I treasurer in the discretion uf the KiiUjr a. a pair i of .i..r.
r 'q J. .
"It" "I
.d Wen.aM I Dad. County subject to the action of Tax Collector .i|................ 2S 0(, certiorate of !exemption for the two ,f board of directors, may be filled by -

N........ ; ] I...I. the coming Democratic primary County Treasurer ............. 20 00 ,I years.PAYMENT one and the same person. The names tO MAKE GOOD TEA.

,I'll..... i i dw T. N. OAUTIER. County Judge .i................ IS 00 OF POLL TAXES.I I of the officer and directors who are -T 1V --
I I --r ...... bra. Oar _.... Mow
I County Attorney .......,... .... 10 00 In order to be qualified to vote at the to conduct the business of tilt corporation -*-.. ..o...1111._ Akoot
1 I
ARE YOU CQtNC : FOR STATE'S ATTORNET. Superintendent of Public Instruction primary election on May 10th or June until those elected at the first the. Co*.

I hereby respectfully announce myself ...... ....,.. ..... 5 00 7. 1904, poll taileD for 1902 and 1903 election shall be qualified an- Thomas --!-

e North ;or W 13st ? a* a candidate for the qfflco ofState' County Commissioner '.......... S 00 must be paid on or before 6 o'clock: P. Costlgan. president; Edward Burke Water that has Ittoud long IB the
tea-kettle rither .
Attorney of the Seventh Judicial Supervisor of Registration.... 5 00 M. Friday. April %9, 1904 (ten day before i first vice-president; John F. Olive! j Jbo-r..n or after
boiling khoulJ noi
THE be used fur U*
j Circuit, subject to the ]Tote of Member of County School B'rd. 100 the first primary election). second vice-president; S. L. Patterson, Put in the tea-kettle just a aafflrteat-

Louisville & N YilleRallroa the Democratic primary.dw J Justices of the Peace...,....... 100 I secretary and treaxuit*: and Thomas quantity of frr.h. hard water, bran; ,

s CECIL G. BDTT. i Constable ................ .... 1 00 NCfTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice Costlgan. Edward Burke, John F. Olive it quickly to a vVoruua b..ilcall

I -- All candidates are required to pay I Is W. W. Erwin an4 S L Patterson the tra-jv.' '.'r.. lUuni.Bl. put in thtea .
I hereby given that the
Registration .
I r ( .i blarL nr >Ted) ..nlp.Mir
Often .anerJl.- g 1 seruloe.' FOR COUNTY SCHOOL iJ>B LnTwf* the above fees to s. L. Patterson, Treasurer Dook of Dade County for shall uonstiiuu the boil of director- tit builtnj.i j. -,"" i J\ IHI-

i DE11T.I : [ of the Committee; and also to The awl first annual .. ... r
Modern tnla curry age| Pullman eoMndatotor the primary election to be held May 10, organization : h..I' lit .t I. / II lhw hark

sleepers, p-tc-dat be*1 free I"f'o- I hereby Bnpermtoaoont ojuwuaee of myself Public a Instruction furnish such candidate' name to the 1904. will 'i be opened In the several meeting if tL; stockboiifi shall ire of the .tntra1...fni .ta.ce mlnutxAneru

Ualac ebalr can and dining car* of Dado County, onbjoet to tM wm ofth Committee on or before iApril 10, 1904. 1 el@Ctlop districts of Dade county Florida held on the first Monday in April. A. and .thru 'ert.. aQueen ,. aa

W.... .nonbern. so them eltie voter as may b* sitiisasil at tbs The Committee the right to on toe :29th day of March A. D. D. 1904. In the city of Miami. Florida \ g'tad
many -">-
TIle ...... dining.ear service: ;in tie apDroaehtea s s 1aLL a. Increase the above i Muniment at its 1904. find; will be clpsed on the 2Sth the principal place of business o- with -the <-iip ih:!. ...hppr.On. rneitml .."

1'01I&1& dw Miami, Fla. meeting on April *K [1904. It It be I day of] April, A. D. 1904. Aid company, at the office of Graham .. .Id one ix thai ..:.".. the tea ..

F AH Afntoj Bell Tarouf Ticket r..1' __ I found at said meeting that the assessment The : following persons are hereby Patterson A Erwin;' and th-reI made and the lid ..* the Irjpot fur.

I III above will not be sufficient to I I ( gotten a little wbile n nthat a sign
I 1 ftppolntrd| Lji, i "*'.'rtlont!'. -, I after on the first Monday in Febraary
&] FOR TAX ASSESSOR some one will drop IB for
i'L. L a
of the
meet the carrying on
t I II expense ;i. '
far rates, iebednle*, aad''sleep! car I primaries. i, i t wit: !J I !' The officers and board of directors Putting .:...m ,nt. y'.ur tea beforeBurar

** nsaioss. apply toFlemlntr I hsreby announce myself as a The polling places Ing each precinct i': Number ODe Stuart-W. G Parks. i 1 of salt corporation shall be elected at will bring lute troublra.

M. CAM)[DATE FOR TAX_ASSESSOR of where the primaries are to be held Two : put iato
J. i Number Two, Jupiter-R. E. L. Mc- I the first annual meeting of the Hock-: spoon laaUterteatly
raanasir asoat. Dado i bounty, subject to the action of and the name of the Inspectors: and 'I Farlal clNumber bolder and at each annual meeting the saucer of a g;rll or baehclor do-
notWa.-. .*) tree. note that he or sir will be married
isek.mvln r a. I the DI mocratle primary.d clerks who are to conduct such primaries Three West Palm Beach of the stockholders thereafter, or' If In within a year

C. L. ROMANIES., will be named by the Executive E. H. Dimick. any year no regular ...Iualunr A t.--talk 11.i. In a girl's cup

YEARS'PCRICNCC Committee at their next: meeting to beheld I I Number Four. Hypoluxo: (Boynton) for any cause be held, they shall te Is a liner theI: .inl.l! stir her tea
; FOR STATE SENATOR. on April 10. 1904. ; Cullen Pence. elected at the next meeting of stockholder : Sc..y! and thert. '". :.l her spans upright -
W A FILER in the renter' If the stalk be
: thereafter called for
f I'' Number Five Delny-H. J. Sterling. that pur- sIetr,1 ......roj the '.p>M>B and cling
I Chairman Dad County Executive:
I hereby announce myself a* a candidate I Number Six. Pompano-z. Cavender. pose. to tt. a ireKtleaiaB -t.itor may be

w d I for State Senator fn.n the Thirteenth Committee. ,' Number Seven Fort Lndesdale-W. : Article Six. The highest amount of ...-.... ....... time rat ....i"lf.
Attest: I t Indebtedness which this If. however. the -beau- (roe* to the
Senatorial District of Florida", M. Marshall.Number : company mayat
8. U Patterson. Secretary dw aide of the cup he will ant eomo that
Tuoc Mama object toj the will of the Democratic t I Eight, OJUI-J. W. Ives any time subject Itself Is one-halt day; If it; sinks, h* will not some

oc...... party to p* expressed atrbe primary -I Number Nine, Lemon City-Warren of the amount of its than fully paid alL
ec.,... At' QUALIFICATION OF"VOTERS. In capital stock. I Ist I L t tI
election Kay 10. 1M4. MltcheU.
....Ill kIHl MOwentMlBk.S "
...- ?N..i25f, :'K I 1' M HUDSON.TTbtala. First 'rIJD.arJ-TDeed. May IB. Number Tea. Miami-C D. Leffler.! Article Seven. The names and residence "" I I CURES COUGHS AND COLDS
; .. ... < ,
feet tl... ...__L. Fla. 1904. i Number Eleven, Cocoanut OrovoA. of the incorporators of the:
.---a ( pu..1 Second Primary Jnni T,
17 ....--.. ---.ihs T. Carter. company and tile amount of capital I Mrs. c. Peterson. C2S .Lax It. Tvpeka. -

SckHtinc JlInra FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.I 1904. Number Twelve CUUW-D.C.8rOWD. stock subscribed for by Melt are M
M4b.a Kansas, says: "Of all the eoug%
h.a r : = -..,. [uti I I General Election Tueoday ,November Number Thirteen. Sliver Palm-C follows: Thomas Costlgaa. New Tort remodlo Ballard' Horehonad Syrup
..r.r .:.: a. 1904. W.
hundred and
e-r .wr.ranee.01..4.M .w hereby announce myself M a candidate City one four (104) is my favorite; It has don and win
registration boob for the primary Number Fourteen DeerlMd- l ) for' the onto of Prosecuting Attorney The : do all that la claimed for' -to speedily

tot Dad. county, abject to the election win be opened In each SuHlvsn. on* hundred and three (102) shares; eon all coughs and colds-and It t*

I, approaching. Democrat primary leoUoa. election district la this county on' This' March U. 11M. John r. OUT. New Tort city on. so sweet and pleasant to tbs ...."

II .H. F. ATKINSON.. March 29,1190aed will V* kept open A. T. CARTER I I hundred and tan (lot) ahans; W. %k. tOe LM bottle. Sold by Red


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without( a libel lull on IU band F. ': Future ..
opened .troig.January. 1
: MIAMI M. Simon ton has added to Its pletMirtti A White Printer Is Found In Woods . I DO NOT TAIL TO SEC I| I 1;.

l/, starting a suit for damages In Near Gainesville. Februarv.March . . I IWHALER'S

-: peer Jay noocp.-s..d.". n,,- sum u( IIO.iioo. The Times said : . . I t

., B. L un"- ( ihat wonton should pisbarreil I Demented from 'exposure to the April H 78 JEWELRY STORE f

flRsrL of law.o :May .1477June .
'. ItTIIIIL'lGTOI'C.I rum tine practice
Ali weather since night 111 from
-- -- --- Monday . . . . ]3 t>5
::_ t;; _,r.- = \\ .. believe the Record baa finallyomiilfteJ I cancers about his face and otherwise July' . . . . 15 14 I 3l4-12thStffU I fT :

si..ewd Iat rkllllee Xl.Ml.nort-1.. disabled and Incapacitated from the ,i.\ujru . . . ..14 :
.._. l..e.stt.rTea. the triangular course and i everyday walk of life, a pitiable sight September . .. 12October.

"idorwd all of the "Three Friends" to behold Robert Barclay wa* pickedup ... I --- --
.;;', ..utaera ..,.toe puat.hra w..n. jj f; -- -- --- ---- -- .,
nU Land el tb< Called States at the i i llro ar.l. Barn and Stockton. Now ,, by Policeman Will Cromwell and NovemberIK.cember . .

_....n' n... .........1. ii ic by one It will be up for the county Mr. Howell at the crossing or the bid 1. t . U #

-.ea.-U-- -..$.." to M.-r.. pet-11L+ i..iiliilatrn who are on the name fllllingtering CalnecvlUe and Gulf and Atlantic "I W. F. MILLER d CO..
5__ ..d./.tflU tnwi tt>.*.""". boat. I'
'I I IOr I Coast Line ntilroad.'ednf'2ld.y night .
LlVEI.f'TEST. Surrrsson EdwfiYebon..
... SC.n ; )
."..No X ZV. and was brought to the city. I
i I.K The two. h.mlliall' papers are ba"- ;
: Five, M.etas l Late In the afternoon a couple of Undertakers
One and Embalmers.
a.. _.y rarr.r .10I me a spirited discussion of political vote with every ten cents paid ,
I small| colored boys came to the city for Each see the matter Just opl.tSite subscription to the Daily Metropo-i: .
lie: f iimi PrintingAiilrrUring tompdllJ. and notified Mr. Cromwell' that they '
l from the other They hare so lie which can be used toward 'paying 413---12th Stn+. Phone 25.
rat.DIad.. known. on bad found a white man lying in the
apI.IiC'tlt..n.TF.LT.f'IO far ha,1 woods near crossing and that they
E. et-ak. remarks to a decent line, for which through a correspondence course Inbookkeeping -- - -- ----
i I believed be was dying as they tried
r they are to be congratulated. The or stenograph For full
OFFICE: ..wr.rR'I'J.l'III1I; (. to awaken him and could get no satisfaction particulars ,
people; hate no patience with an advocate red the half page announcement : I ..
iSt and 44 Twelfth >arw l" i or no sense from what; be had in
hone cause I I. *f> weak that It' to-day's paper.i
t'i!i OpyMiif4. iu urt lli u* ,' to say. Mr. Cromwell, secured a team I
must abandon argument and reason .
DISTAKCJES"from. I'I and In company with )lr. HowelL -- =_ .-- __
COXr-AJtATlVt land wallow In the mire and mud of I I = =X--==7= 0. --
-r-- Fn.aJ i went immediately to the Junction, I fOR .
{ i L i abuse showing; bad grace and teeth
1 *nxiTiop. ReyTe ;
Tory where they had no trouble In locating
I' MitalMUe. / Wee? beneath a snarl at everything that
I I the man from the description. given
,.' fIlaa. doe not "t-Tampa Herald.The .
t I
., ___... "tItl' 1-i4i- r'iTrw.s.,1 r I 1 by the colored boys. ,He was broughtto United States Senator I II I
e._... .. ....?... I 1JW I .. I this ' I bejwas/ comfortably
? j 11 111MlMS. ,ear 19O4 will deal out to banker !
asatiaso ..!.*. :.' I.... acs I ear: and insurance men holiday. in ,provided for by {Marshal Pink- .
taps .,.$.. I.. U IM tuMl 1 keen and Officer Cromwell being given BURDINE &
a.w.e.. <." hunches, and there will be five bunches
WIB4WIM F._.' ill* SM a bed in the county jaiL Vote For of two and a half days each. The bf'roof I
Ilea Aar....1. r.1 ess The poor unfortunate Is In a deplorable
Oafe II for
the tree responsible
..... 11{ ., t sat ..d NIgstws berry condition. He could not
Lisle. the lint bunch by arranging to have QUARTERMAN. -
.'::...., ....I..1 1M _...... talk notwithstanding the effort of
I his birthday on Monday, which givesto I +
------ James
those about him to stake him do soI P. Taliaferro
APRIL' 2. 1904.Tola those who bar half holiday on ,
I He doe not seem to possess his mental -
SaturdD!" Sunday and Monday la ad- ,
faculties, though he might not be
I ditloa. Memorial also ) I
wit day comes on j
to the of Lentn
considered demented. Is suffering
and the Fourth of likewise / r ) Whose is
I Monday July name com Fancy Dry Goods. Notions. Beautiful
; soreheads from two severe cancers on the head and Artistic
There will bai alter while Labor Day always f.U011] |
which have eaten a greit deal of his Neckwear also the
monly pronounced : largest dealers in
as Novelties
Mar 1. than you tea .bak. stick aL a Monday. Christmas la scheduled '

11 for a Sunday this year, and that meant: face away add which seem to give Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete line
him great pain From this afflictionhe if it was spelled L.
Tomorrow Is Easter: the ay when !
that the holiday will be
seems to be suffering' together of School Books. Polite and capable service.
atoae7 eaa wen be said to "talk Monday. New Tear Obae"edta ,
i I with loss of sleep and rest. He could
r n through a bat"Tb. i ready for business on a '
I not tell his name but! from papers '
that la getting Into 1905. '
PeuaooIa News Is a ouneedp. found upon his person It was ascertained
-. Parker acI\'OC&t& The j N. Is eer- Few social questions are asked more that his" name !Us Robert Bar- e

thinly barking ap the right tre. frequently than What Is the Increase clay that'I he Is a printer. and that his Burdine &DQuartermanf 4

of Crime The National Census Bureau -I ort&tnalltom. Is Rochester New York. _. '--r

I rTbe picnic season lion. Som. 01 Is seeking MI answer to the ques I H. carrie* what I* known as a "work- I

.:. our IUcaI aspirants however will tion. It la undertaking to secure a I; Ing card"' In Jacksonville T1porraPh-1 Twelfth Street. 308.

I sot t..e such a PIeDI as they sue- record of all the persona who are sentenced i ical Union which was found !In hi* I FREE SCHOLAf:!HIP. *

If .
4. poor.L to the various Jails. penitentiaries pocket.A 1n..rt 1-
Atlantic I
of the
baggage master
and other
prisons the United
I The Populist art talking of running are ,any young people In
States during the year 1904. The wardens Coast Line stated Wednesday night I

General Miles fed president Might of the State prisons and the sheriffs I that he i noticed a man lying In the Miami and Dole county Interested In ,

'I. Just i* ".He <. M likely to be elected -
of the counties are being requested I woods near the crossing of that line learning book-keeping) and stenography -

n a.j) my one thecaa.,i run and the Gainesville and Gulf Monday
to act a* special agents to report and the Metropolis proposes to

t: certain facts concerning { afternoon but did not consider the make It for two of them to
Why dont yon advertise! How cant j every person I I beIJf'Yed'llm possible
matter seriously as be to
: delivered Into their 9
-i the pooopIot I know what have: got custody. Some !
you that la have a chance without the cost of a
J counties I be a tramp having appearance
have not been heard from. In
then lit I
unless yon{ tell about The ,
& some perhaps, there:are no jails/ In dress He paid I no attention to thisi I single dollar. For full details of the -
Metropolis :win put you next
t I others. perhaps, the local Jails i until the man :was brought to the city.
are no
," plan see the sixth pate; of this paper.
; : longer nsed. In still others the sheriffs ,| when the incident was recalled. ;l I ,.
At thtt#stage of'tie rare Tallaferro -

f lead byvwveral ear lengths" says anxckangel have possibly: neglected the matter. :Gainesville Sunk _-------.J i I II THE PALM HOTEL.
-- -
la He will be a i whole train I But the records of the Census office I I r. : I .... .

length .at the finlab and the resulting statistics will not becompleted CORNER: VENUE BAND 'fI

I until all are heard from, : (Jrai?<4 : bQert I lira STREET: .

If all the coon In the country were and It to! hoped that th. pressure of I

:' a* sensible as the old digger out In other business will not came the sherIff I I GUS A. MULLER. Proprietor J

Arkansas, who Is against Roosevelt of any county to block this moat | BY THE: I.
; : j late UO per day tad *p. Special per week and to Comereial .
:because "II, don eat with a nigger"then Important inquiry.KEEP I .1
men. Urge Sample Room

.I 1 bard! work Theodora getting would_up. dinner have parties.mighty GOOD MENN' IN OFFICE. :'!i Miami\ CogsQruatory of fTusier \ I P. O. Box 41T. MIAMI: FLA. :.. i

Let the student .
turn the page of history -- .1y
,. If persistence bear fruit Frank and note the commanding Influence _kGtI c.....i Bosh Direct,. ,

t 1". Pop'- of Duval. will land a national exercised by the South during .

commftteeman.. He Is making a great many long yean prevona to the civil Foot Hotel
Benefit Miami\ Cottage Hospital
effort Tor the, Job that pay nothing war. Darts of Mississippi. Caiboun of e Biscayne ,
1_ but "!lor. South Carolina Stephens and Toomba I

of Georgia the Illustrious, Virginians Puppils from Miami, West Palm|, ( ,
New Open from Novemberl .
The Daytona Dall r suspended and a galaxy of splendid S. GRAHAM :';
Beach and Cocoanut Grove Will t to May 1st I. ProprietorCorner
publication! for [the mmuwu Thursday.Jt who strengthened their party glorified I I I ;$

The NeV hasp bean bright{ sheet their State and enriched the pages of take part assisted by Avenue D and Twelfth Street

and ad Its name In piled, was chockfull I our country's history. I _

of nHr*. and ta suspending It I! fhe South solved the problem-It .i xs3F1._ O. IBTJUSlx. ""'\Tic' II T'II te. I MIAMI. FLORIDA

t.' only take what] cai be termed a va sent Its !bent>> and ablest men to Congress 1
1 Keened 35 Admission 25 centn. I
aatil. next 1! : eeata centnl
'4 radoa .u-.I' }
and kept them there.
At Biscayne Drug St( r .
t { i
u tc
Who can think of Randall and - --- ----- -

f Polk rout/ w 1 have tie Brut: hangIng Cameron and not be reminded of Pennsylvanta j I School Auditorium, Wedneiday Cvemng. April 6th. I C, >

l.- ta it* history la a| few weeks.' ; Webster and not think of i'' " '...'." ." .41' .

.. George Rodgers, colored,) will be the aad1, --- -- .
r MaraarhUNrtts; Marry, Wright : 1oB.EE: BRO'15i.
victim- hangings are deplorable always The anti-Davis organs are boasting r
Seward and not reran New York or a.

,t blat ;If Rodgers mast die la this actually I see little Maine when the of Candidate Mays having received a .... i KINDER LOU. GA., t'I
1 taaaer It .to to be hoped It will be well magic name of Blaine la even whta- gold-headed cane at Pensaco! a* the .... I Mako'---

\i done
t. pered. most Impressionable speaker among I .
t .wutaati-G4laeraJj| Foster, with. CoLNorvlU. All representatives of the people at i all the candidates on 8t: Patrick' day.
Washington cannot be Webnters and I Kinder Lou
tt| 8.: A.. on detach* 1 duty CMhoaaa; That. not possible, neitherIs i Everybody know thai Penaacola .a Crates. 1

looking after the efficiency < f State 1 I
It expected.: But when a good man the home of Charlie Parkhill a formerI '

+- troops, -were la Gainesville Toeaday serves' well there can be no mistake In I I townsman of Mr. Mays,,and everybody Chase & Harney. Miami
and Inspect the j..ad1U of the Bart II
f keeping him there. It takes a new man i recognlxe that a* one of Charlie' I SeI
Florida Seminary. CoL
has seen service la the Calte411States a year or more to become acquaintedand i 1 little schemes to make It appear that I j jihls I J
lean the rope. Every year a man K.1n.derLou Ora.'te
Army fortyfea', eompllmeated adds townsman la popular. How much .j
serves be to his knowledge nod
the cadets aad, {the Institution very I Il&bllltr. and thus.. la better and better :did yon pay for that can. Charlie ClothingSale I i all over Dade County. f .a

'. highly DJ'Jql.z: am amazed; I had I I i equipped to represent his propand I lOr. was It you, Dannet'. who really, l. 1 .'.tMMMMMX.. .. .............. . . ...,.......
ao Idea of tbe'eeellespe of the work I t
fin "\ their lutere is To displace' such a man i purchased Itt Our Bob dues not have l -. '"
; being don hera. i I
.{ at time by experiment: Is positively If
any an
boosted by him ..1
to be presenting with .
F 'f a dangerous I Fine rie +.nit; !:"s ,5ft t.. $10 cal The Peacock
Bad wenagemest 1.1 the past pat I Inn r
cane The people just love him Uke ;
Florida Is la the throes of a heated Fiat "'or ted 7 !;II to Its till
I r:
: an the land be ooglagPopJe to the *
early I political contest. ITo believe ...-.... I they love Billy Bloxham, and It I* to I All "'.001! pant"" J (f'i to 4 oil I'I I I'
I StateI: **,* oi the railroads l I Wash I ,75 to 150
,01 ail which Is said of the candidates manifest they do not have to adier- pant -
!: and now,the specalator are reaping a'' Odd coats l "oar. to 3 < (/ | S s :B.6.T.. COCOANUT GROVE
would dlsqnallfr a .c4It's .IJ
1 rich tar-eet and ;the get note I tune It by public presentations of that hors knee panl a: ,
Urn to call'a halt and the .
I I... Ar,f we going to oar enemleehope I I electors : give kind.-Tsdlahasseeaa. j .\ kr grade atc .. .J'c The most Kustbrly, Hotel es !.*> t Y'

: get control again We not.-I I a rest: I A MUSICAL TREAT 7? grade at . .5<>c Mainland of the United 8'-..., j
)tar rH.tay Standard. i The State cf Florida la on the verge I.M) grade at .I. .We7lc

L I I of a great Industrial expansion, and It I .25 grade att . CUISINE UNFJC} LLED. I.j
i 1, luimini e rf7.
Sum aior* Standard nonsense. The Is npoo such momentous and far rsachIng '

[ people : got the railroads built: the questions that the real Interests of Will Be Given People of Miami Next AT F.SCl1XE1 DEB cf SO.\; Proprietors. _:

,. railroads ,have made It possible for I 1 I the Stat.. depend. It's no time for experiments. i, Wednesday Evening. Cohen's.L .
people ,to live ,.'': the land, whkh ha 1 I Lincoln said Never swap i Mr. James Cornell of Dartora pastma 1

; Dies boucht up "rapidly, and all the, hones ""f'II.erouIq a stream. Personal .er of the Grand Lode of FlorIda.

land to being issfssiid for taxes as ...11''' ambition however deserving, A concert will be given by the = will Le In Ocala W."
5 i
a. the -atlroads.-1-PM acou{' News 'J|I must not alone considered.. No man i I Miami Conservatory o: Muste Franklla Thursy and the Masons r- ?e Palms.I

Is greater than his party, and his party ( ,Coleman Bush director at the! Irs to ive him a hid>one rerefitlon : j.

The Record ., a little slow Interests Let personal ambition If { School Auditorium fVediwsday eve : a, .1 I t v rood time The MK will -0 'Jj

;. ta cooilag oW within, ..ditertaibrsemsat e J. need' for a tune, be act aside. and let ,I. [. April Cth. Pupil from Miami.Wesi :; gave: fK\ >..t..rt Tkumla nlubt and on Ov..rJ."I.1.". he river

of Stockton for the Called the* good old-fashioned Democratic Palm ,Beach and! Cocoaaut Grove : .
Frills ,.
; + | State :jSeMta).. -- Ii IPSt-rte:, i yest -- party stand solidly for the man who will j F. .c.. Plait) )0 Cor: -all will visit Cotton and ucejiu. with good I
1 A general' time ."
go.l Is "
{ ..,. It sAfclBst Mi Nw *f frte kaa-jtauplcwously) and successfully: Bush, we11-ksosr4'vioitpt.t! Proceed IK. .teiL, -Orala Banner. ;. uroomt and 'board at' 4.

< ta tool tiwtMtte. ttifiad* Bounty r1 rested .her ,at Washington, _.the. win b* devoted to the Miami reasonable rates. .;

Into bstiatj thug ftdll1: act behsag to Hood'Jaaaes p. Tallaferro He's done Cottage Hospital Ia... Reserved seats I t.
.... } -The of
I .cost living la Tamaf.... J. McC flfAl
.tho ixsjuwt Bart* Staektoa ymdleatedJ.J soatcf bta&-. W. 8, la TUaea- 3S nets; adaitok K cents--at Bis*' : Pt C: dor. .
1 X"peear'1"I.. to double ,r+
'. ,.,... W.. j tlsli* i t ,u c Icalm. Dragftoravr. wear's I I t
p- ;;; L .,. that la New Tort 4 .. t.4
0-- -.a"ti.a )01 .4. *.(.. -1: >e4. j I, .. s .1$;:' V : c. ..Ic.! sc.'D ....

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without a libel cult on ltd hands. : Future

MIAMI METROPO IS. SimuiiUm has added to ita pleaair.n While Printer Is Found In Woods JanuarvKebruarv..opened. . troojj V--V. I I DO NOT TAIL TO SEE I 't

l>\ starting suit for damages In Near Gainesville. . :. . _
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P.Nlaa.d.v.rvday.acept3. ay. UK Slim uJ $1naM1.( ( The Times said I :March . . .. I WHALER'S

L L UIIM.4 (that Kiiuontun should \)0. disliarrpd.rum I i Demented from exposure to the April . H 78 JEWELRY STORE

1. N1iMRGiO/A/ tdfan.R (practice eather| since Monday night, ill from May V V 1497Jtme .
-'--""""' -4 '- .--y -o- I" . . . . l::> ii? I I
t. .,jtf. _teit s-W I!Ica term about his face and otherwise July . . . 1514 314..12th Street. I
Record has
\\e liphete the finallyoaiiilrted
Lb" FonoBat* .t it, or$4.. disabled and incapacitated from the ,, .\ug u*t . . . .. H 70
.._..41'1_.."or the triangular coune and i I, evJ i7day walk! of life, a pitiable sightto September. .. 12 '*> I

!-..-ra.-, _-WeB--Jt..ap.p.t'- ......11.1- +>... uuaa. -.idi r"'c'l all of the "Three Friends" behold. Robert Barclay was picked tKtober. ... li ?) } rI --

Lean toad al the rated States *t tae ; Br....anI. Barn and Stockton. Now i up I by Policeman Will Cromwell and November . . ;

t '_.',''_ ..n... ......'..1 one by one it mill be up for the county 11 r. Howell at the crossing of the Itcccmber bid . U05 I !

-..Mr*.(-.4fctfttur- -<<.,...-.....e -yet.11...' ...ululate who are" on the name 011- I Gainesville and Gulf and Atlantic i W. F. MILLER I: CO. I ySurcessors
tmf -- --- ,,' hllKtt'rlng I I Coast Line railroad. Wednesday night LIVELY CONTEST.One ( 4o Edwin Nebon.
"''* )
lr.e 'Cd pjr M4* I! and to the t
+ iv was brought city I -
M.-mh ,
.i 1.;K The two Miami dally papers are baring
Ta..e Martha' I 1 Late In the afternoon a couple of Undertakers and
__ by r nire .ltO a spirited discussion of political tote with every ten cents paid Embalmers, .
'i small colored boys came to the city for subscription to the Daily Metropo-'
ifrnm. Each see the matter Just :,
He 11101 PrintingAiItrrliMfit tompaDY. and notified. Mr Cromwell that they I
I 1a! which can be used toward paying -l2th Street Phone 25.
from the other They hare m
j 4. made know on. (HiKite white In the j
; rat bad found a man lying ""some worthy I
? far had the manners to confine their young person's way ,
,IN.IJ..tll'or I
woods near the crossing and that they through
.t 10 decent line for which a correspondence course In
TELU'HJNE.OFFICE I."K.JJ r..m& 11 a i --r
I believed he was dying as they triedto I
book-keeping or stenography For full
they rp to be congratul.ted. The Bt' l.IIIXf. awaken him and could get no satisfaction
: : 'no particulars' read. the half-page announcement I
people hale patlence.with an advocate
43iandU4TrirtHiMIIr Strret. I I or no sense from what he had In i I
I hose cause la 80 weak that It paper. j
JJ Hous
t e.urt :
s to nay Mr Cromwell secured a team
mint "andon argument ud reason I
and In with )Ir. Howell -- I
company I
CISTAJiCES.: --==- ="--- == ='- _
jAJATAJtATlVZ and w flow In th mire and mud of -T
-----0.-; -- went Immediately to the junction fOR .
L.. I, Ta- .} fort ..... I from E., I abuse showing bad grace and teeth here they had no trouble in locating I '/ Went l.eneat a snarl .t everything that II
I. :: I the man. from the description given: I
r Mllrtii Mile does 4 allll.-T ampa Hld. i
..., .- ... .-. -, .-. I --- I I by the colored boys He was brought United States SenatorVote i I

(. I !!._..-. .. ...._... nz I as. I 117:i' The par 194 will deal out to banker to this city where he was comfortablyprovided i

, I 1iaIa.'I. i"Cn.iI .. .fl sos I tf I, for by Marshal Plnkosea I II'
I RaUu an insurance men holldlrja !ID
.. I .. .... n* IM au BURDINE & I
,I ii 11.- I Ii {I and Officer! Cromwell, being given (
pestwese. vnwlade bunch and there will be five Lunches
... P..s.,. umen .s we : a bed In ,the county JilL I For
r I ;. i of two d. half days 'h. The hero 1
010.-1.Ilea ABSM ......... '" M2MI The poor unfortunate la In a deplorable -
0.- la fort I
the responsible
].*...... ... ii$ see lof cherry tree condition. He could not
maws,......... ; the firift bunch by arranging to hare; QUA TERMAN.
f. I. sM.l..i. .I 14 ......... | talk notwithstanding the efforts of
. 1w I his b'rthday! on Monday which givesto
i those about him to make him do so.I !James P. Taliaferro. A
11904. j those who have half holidays on
APRIL 2. j I He does not seem to possess his mental -
Saturdays. Sunday and Monday: In addition .
faculties though he might not be ;
I ,
I' This to the last of Ixpt Memorial day also comes on '! considered! demented He is suffering j
Monday and the Fourth of July likewise Whose name is com- Fancy Dry Goods Notions. Beautiful and Artistic
I( from two severe cancers on the head
win to soreheads alter while Labor Day always falls on
There DOT
which have eaten a great" deal of his Neckwear also the
monly pronounced largest in Novelties
I as
-t. stick Christmas la scheduledfor
May 10 ttaa yea can duke a : st.h a Monday ? : ,
,said whlrh seem to give
face away.: ,
-o- a Sunday this year, and that meant if it was Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete line
him great pain. From afflictionhe spelled .
Tomorrow UtEasteri the day when that the holiday will be observed of School Books.
seems to be' suffering, together and capable service.
money icaa well bejIbroajfc said to "talk Monday: New Tears will also be I i
with loan of sleep and rest He could I
'I a bat. ready" for business on a Sunday-but
not tell his names but from papers t
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that Is getting Into 1905.
The Peosacola New la a pronounced --o-- I found upon his person was ascertained Toliver"FUEK I

:" Parker advocate. The News la certainly Few social questions are asked more\: that his name Is Robert Barclay Burdine I

I that he la a printer, and that his &DQuart 4
: barking np the right tree. frequently than. What la the Increase: : L I rman

: 0 of Crime The National Census Buy I I original: home I. Rochester, New York. --- ,

The picnic season la on. Some of la He carries 1I'hat'ls known as a "work-
lean seeking an answer to the question. I 1- 1-- '
, our political spirants !to.ner.111 It la undertaking to secure ai I.| IDS card" In Jacksonville Typographical Twelfth' Street. 308.

'. sot have inch a picnic, aa they suspees. record of all the persons who are sentenced Union, which was found la his : 8C OLAr.1HJP. *
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to the various jails, penitentiaries I pocket. -I--II
} I j i of the Atlantic I
.. and other prisons of the United A baggage master There young In.
are people
The Populists are talking of running: 1 many
stated night
Coast Line Wednesday
States during the year 1904. The wardens ,
: General \|Miles for president Might I of the State prisons and the aher- I that he aotkt'dmH lying In the '' Miami and Dade county>> Interested In j I'

Just aa -en..H. Is as likely( ;,to be elect- Iff* of the counties are being! J'eqneatI'I woods near the crossing of that line I learning book-keeping and stenography -

ed aa tiny on* they CAB. run.k .' and the Gainesville and Gulf Monday 'Metropolis
ed to act as special agents (o report and the proposes to I
!.f ara. but did not consider the
Why dim" advertise. How can certain farts concerning every person I afternoon I make It possible for two of them to
: yon Tim
; matter seriously, he believed to 9I
delivered Into their custody, Some alt
poitft know what have got] ,
,- the you that In have a chance without the cost of a
counties have not been heard ;from. In I to a tramp having appearance
j jpsi I
Ij unless; j y.. tell them'about It! The; I ,
dress He paid attention to thlaretailed. single dollar. For full details of the .
some, perhaps" there are no i Jails, la .
I -
Jtetropolja win nextS'l
pat you I II" ntll the man 11''lit l't\Iabt to the city,.
others the local
perhaps, Jails ; ,
are no plans see the sixth: pare of this paper. J 1
I _
when the was I
At Utlpatage of the rare Tallaferro longer nsed. la still others the sheriffs -

leads by JMTeraI.carlenctha., says i an have possibly neglected the matter. | Gainesville'Sun. I T E PALM HOTEL.
I" .... .i
adlaDptr t He win be a hole train But the records of the Census office i| '

length:a, the flnlah. and the reuniting statistics will not be 1 CORNER VENUE B ,

'r' ., completed until all are beard from (Jraid; <<:oieri: I AND lira STREET ."

If alt tie OOOD_ la,th, country were! and It Is, hoped that the pressure of I

ai eenalbie aa 'the old alKger out In other business will not cause the sherIff GUS A. MULLER. Proprietor -

Artiin-nj who IB against Roosevelt of any county to:. block this mont | BY THE
N. I' late |LM per dar la'.p. Special perweek and Umrrcial Cogr
--I-b.l Important -
> : done eat with a aJun Inquiry. I Ia men. Large Sample Rooms

lard'then warn Tbeodoma getting. would.p din hare partI mighty_ KEEP GOOD MEN IN OrnCE.i I.i: /Miami\
4. 0Jt I Let the student torn the pages of history -- H I -- ----- .,

If pe tsisteaca: bears f t. Prank i and note the commanding Influence FrsMkEsi; CeJesnM Director. :

Z' Pop ,", DuvalZ. will land a national exercised: by the South during: r sF He" makin a peat many long years prevona to the civil Miami Fund. :
Benefit \ Cottage Hospital Hotel
effort the. job.. that pay nothing war. Davis of Mississippi. Calhoun ot Biscayne
i kt "" South Carolina. Stephens and Toombs

a of Georgia the Illustrious Virginiansand from Miami West Palm

Datona Bally News pendedpnblicaLkon of Puppila npeaofJdayromiJsrmbcr S. GRAHAM .
a galaxy splendid names-men torFLORIDA
Beach and Cocoanut Grove Will .,
for the seaeoa ursday. who strengthened" their party, glorified: ,

The Nests has 1-- a brig t sheet their State and enriched the JIIIgft of take part, assisted byOT Corner Avenue D and Twelfth Streets :
and i : chock
s I''name Implied our country's history.

till of news, and, fa sus eding ita me South solved the problem-It v tI C. Bush "Violinists.KcHcrvt MIAMI _

ojIl takes ;what Icas he days.rr ,
y sent Ita bent and ablest men to Congrees Admission 25 centn.At .
until I -d seats 35 cents. .
..tlO>t lint aeuoII. and kept them there.
Bicajne.Iruu Store. I _. _
Who eta think of Randall and ------- _

Polk county win hare the banitJB -I Camel and not be reminded of Pennsylvaniaj School Auditorium Wedneiday Evening April 6th. c

>_w ta ita hintory to a f r weeks. # Webster and not think of- I .. ........ .. ... ....... ....... ...... .... ........
-- -- --
: George Rud .. colored, be the Marcy. Wright and --- t 1
Manaehwsett4; 2oREE
deplorable The anti-Davis organs are boastingof {
Y cUm. Hangings are Seward and not recall New York or 4.J.I.

waya, bat If Rodgers moat die In this actually see little Maine when the Candidate Maya having received a i I !II KINDER LOU. GA.. ,.

'" tanner It la to be hoped. w 1'Ill be well'ODL magie pered. name yt Blaine la even whis. gold-headed most Impressionable cane nt Pensacolai speaker among as .tlle''r ,I. I )fake-----.

t 1---
Adjutant-Genera r---+- Foster, with CotNorvlll. All representatives of the people at : all the.candidates on SL Patrick's day.Everybody .I II
Washington annot be Webnters aadCMboona. I Kinder Lou
U. 8.: A. 'on detached duty t known that Pensacota. .a Crates.
That Is not possible, neither : i ,
looking after :theefficiency) of State )' former '
la It expectedBut] when a good man: the home of Charlie Pnrkhill. a *

.. troops were la (Oalaearnie Tuesday serves well there can be BO mistake la ,I I townsmaa of Mr. Maya, and everybody' 1 I t Chase & Harney. Miami
and Inspect the !iia...eta of the East )' I
keeping him ti lere. It takea a new man; recognizes that aa one of Charlle'j I Ii .SelI j jI
Cot. Norrill. who
Florida Seminary. "
a year or mJ.. to become 8equal.ted,1 y i little schemes to make It appear that: { I I
hat seen serrtce In the Ualtei Stats 'I
and learn the 'nopea.' Every year a man; ; K.1n.c1er Lou Grate; ofI
Army forty-six; years eompl meated i his townsman la popular. How much :
serves be ados to his knowledge and '
the cadets and the laaUtaU>n ClothingSale I all over Dade C >
did for that Charlie
1'11 ability, aid thus he la better and better you pay cane ;
bPlr,8&1IQ: 1 aa amazed I had I equipped to represent his people and"i Or. was It )00. Dannet' who really j jI I I .......... .............. ............ ......... ,I. .....

w BO Idea of the excellence of the 1I'ort"IDC" t
their Interests. To displace such a man It? Our Bob duoa have
purchased not I. r-
11 done ..... I I
I II at any time: by aa experiment la positively j I
i to boosted by presenting! him with
.- I daD___. be' Fine serge suits 5'5 50 1.. $10 tat :
Bad management la the past pot Florida '*cannel The people just love him like Fine worstedMl 7 5l1011) The Inn ,
I Is In the throes of a heated PeaCrck
.early all the lad belonging) to the they love Billy BIol..d: It Is to w ml pant 12.5; n 41!;
political contest. To believe 011.-..... '| |
I 'I Ii
State] ... possusslon of the railroads Wash pant 75 150 Oax th.
,of ril which la said of the candidates manifest they do not have to adverI +
and BOW the speculators are reaping a Odd e. atIlov !. 1 INMo 3(1069c > c -r=: :BA at COCOANUT GROVE

1 rich tar-est and the people get Both wouU dteqnallfV eacU I Use It by public presentations of that .. knee pants 1 lI .

Ing. JAre w. going1 to let oar enemies I It's,time to call a halt and give the kind.-TaJlahaaseeaa. ; 3tc grade at. . ..39cTSc The moat (C tberlj Hotel m the '

get eostroagalnli Wei bope| aotSoeae ;-:I electors a rest I : grade at. . .!i'Jc: I Mainland e toe United: Statea.

)tsc :Lay , Th{ State ef Florida .is on the vergetot A MUSICAL TREAT I <.. grade at. . ._ I '

--r I( a | Teat Industrial .::1.11Io&4 It 1 25 grade at. . . "Ie CUISINE UNEXCEL EDeziv J
c ro: 1U1rnl) tiles
store Standard n iBsenae. The I lla up( a such momentous and ta&reach- I'I' ATCohen's.

peonte. go< the. railroad > tmttt; the lug questions that the real Interests of Will Be Given People of Miami Next '. f7. F. SCIIN: DEB & SO.Y. Proprietors. ..

t. .railroads have made It possible for I.the. Sate depend. It's BO time for experlmenta. I Wednesday Evening) I' ,.

people to lye on the Ian 1. which has [ Lincoln.... Never swap I :,(r. James Cornell of Daytona. Just

beealbouc&t! np rapidly, and all the I horse when crossing a stream.' Per- master of:tbe Grand Lodge of Florida ,

I land .is being assessed for taxes aa well 'email ambition, however deserving. A concert will be given by thei till be In OialaVrdnmtda sad

aa the. r.nrosds.News.. I I must not alone to considered. No man Miami ;Conservatory of Music FrankJlln Tfaurn,:.ay ''and tbe Maxoas are preparIr.T the Palms.Ov.'rlw

; I Is greater than his party, and his partyluteeta. Colemaa1' Bush, director at the to glace him a ba<4d>oce reception 1r

The Retool bas bees k little stow Let If ;School! Auditorium Wednesday
personal ambition. I II ( eve.Blng. ai. h v K nod thM. The/ lodge will

I '' t ta coming: Mt? with 'aa' Mltorlal edonemeet seed) for a tune to set aside and let,I. April Cth., Pupils from Miami C;ve ? Iw'lqHif{ Thunxla' nlKbt. and on .ii.ILr the -rixer -

1 1I ''of Btocktoa fdr the tilted I tb good old-fashioned Democratic West Palm Beach and Cocoanut Grove Friday 10...
Curadl will visit| and
I State .Sena*;. bet- ran rK- >there party stand solidly for the man who will take part asslste*' by 'Mrs. F..c.. I Plant A general ocelli, with good
| time
go) Is
rapt -
tsedq:i It 1Vl1o.t tBnell .... b tr 7- I hsWjeBnapieBOoaly and Meeaaafnlly Bush the wtn-kBowB'VloHnist. Proceeds I -tetL'-Oala, Banner. rooms and board at. .'"

tag to Pool thf"p..dlef? ads bounty I represented her at Washington, the irlU to devoted to the Miami L. I i .' reasonable: rites

lain ......... that ti.did Woac t.Apses. i Hose James P. Tallaferro. Bet done OottagJ Hospital ,.... Reserved seats. !i iy j -The of- .
.cost Urine IB T...'. .. J. McCoOum Proprietor
'the .......... fsTBfflettrfMl i sapotllpag.-" O. W. B. m TIraeeI 25 teats; admission tt centsBis.' ... 11 i M..P"'Sr'.,metropolis .. 1 donhlel J' : .,..
.I bo-1Lo. .M... ,....._._} I t\.... .J cayn* .. '. : Jtaattn.l New Tort. it .
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DAILY I : The Tampa Time I I. never happy I DEMENTED AND SICK. THE COTTON bGARKET.l .
ithout a libel suit on Its hands. F. :' Future !

I MIAMI "METROPOLIS. ..1 I! Sinumum has added to Its pleaa- I A White Printer I* Found In Woods .opened. . .KtronjrJanuary .. .... I DO NOT TAIL TO SEE I IWHALER'S It

i res i in Martins a suit for damages In Near Gainesville fr'ebruarv. . . .

:.1s.r Sad.T_ Ut sum i>( 'I IttssThe> Times said Iar.-h': .'. ..

L L Him ( I hat Siuionton stmuld b- disbarred I I Demented from exposure to the April H i8 JEWELRY STORE I

t .. f. KTMUNJION, I E41Ira rum for practice of law. I j weather since Monday sight 111 from MayJune .. 1497 ,
...----- -w -O-- . . .. 1/:: I
I I. .. at.....l.e. --. i cancers about his face and other*l e July . 1514 14.-121B Street.
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' \\e lielifve the Record has finallyxnpleted _
, ,' gs..M------ sae P..to8lN I ill ,xtssfl.".. ia. I disabled and Incapacitated from then( .\u//:u.t . . . .. 1470 j
'I ...gee d + the triangular course and everyday walk of life, a pitiable sight 1 September.ktober. . .. 12 *\

7"-;.. .;;;.:;;; ... ; ._ v.aa all of the "Three Friends." to behold Robert Barclay wax picked[ ( : .... 12 jI -- -

T "WD land o1)IM) a'the I firo..rcl. Barn and Stockton. Now up by Policeman Will Cromwell and November . 2'1 I
__ _.. ,,,. 1' be II.'emkr bid I
I.r 'In. by on. It will\ up for the countych.ahclalFp Mr j Howell at the crowing of the U ( i

t- scree. :..-;... .. rllu". ; who are on the Fame filibustering Gainesville and Gulf and Atlantic V. F. MILLER E CO. j
r BSktMOTtaln frn .. boatThe | LIVELY CONTEST. I II I
.. Coast Line Wednesday night
'" a.. __ I :tSufftttart to EMm Nrlen.)
i: eor""'. \ ......"JU".. I Iiii. 1.V and ass brought to the city. -I ,
'. two Miami dally paper are barIB ;,
i -Ten- ..tla.eas.wN.....-I tat > a spirited discussion of political Late in the afternoon a couple of One rote with every1! ten cents paid ,, Undertakers and Embalmers

FrWlng fTirs.! Each see the matter just op.I' mall colored boys came to the city for subscription to the Daily Metropolis i r .
l 'tall .14ll1! >; OnP4DJ.: ). i I 'lie from he other They have so and notified Mr. Cromwell that they which can be used] toward paying 413---12th Street. Phone 25.BURD1IME .

;- Ahrrti.ij'ig r,1.DI.d., known on manners bad found a white man. lying in the .*me worthy young person' way .
r had the to confine their
r iphlirition.TELLPJIONE woods near the crossing and that they through _
t \E, B1- K. Hr'n-arks to a decent line for whichtie a correspondence coarse In I --- --- -- -----------
i| believed he was dying. as they triedto
book-keeping or stenography. For full
are to be congratulated Theproplo 1
> ,
OFFICEj'ilElFioi'OI.IS Rl'I1.1/1\ei awaken him and could get no "{satisfaction particular read
the !
t hate no palienc with an advo- announcement -
ill _nol 1*4Twelfth Street.Op : or no sense from what be had in :
t; taie nhiiw cause Is so weak that It' to-day' paper.
f! .....".. t ..url Hot, to say )fr. Cromwell secured s team
- niuct abandon argument and reason
t \,"' .uAfy& DIJ3TsCE8. and allow In the mire and mud ofI and In company with Mr. Howell -=- ==-' ='-- -t--r- -
rtes went Immediately to the junction, fOR 1-
"... t I loll Key I.abuse. showing bad inn and teeth here they had no trouble in locating
} I'..... ) ."I I wear neath a snarl at everything that
f i the man. from Jbe description given
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loco IIIIM P en not suit-Tampa Herald
: I by time colored: boy*. He was brought United' States
a., ..i_|., : all Ls .... 1 Senator
, essaa ..... 4. i sir IDII n to this city where be was comfortably
k.r..a4., ..1.i i' Mlftati in 117 The >.ar 1 9 *(s 4.Capra.. .1.*. MIl \ftu and Insurance men holiday In..i provided for by Marshal Pink. .
Yaws. .... '! and Officer Cromwell, being given &
t =- |vis |il Iwiadw l + bunches, and there will be fire bunches own
.rd Pa_.' IIMen $s a bed In the county jail Vote For
OtesMMvi.Os of two aiil! a half dive each. The hero ,,
s sa AM..sl4i."ir.VokJ.. 'IN M2HI The !poor unfortunate Is In a deplorable I
of the berry tree Is responsible for'
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condition. He could not
=.i.sats. .. the first bunch by arranging to hare QUARTERMAIM.
s : ._, I lac ....... talk, notwithstanding the efforts of
I his birthday on Monday which fives I I
I: =- those about him to make him do -1 1I James: P. Taliaferro. ,
APRIL to those mho hare half holidays on '
I 2. '1904. I He doe not seem to posses his mental -
Saturdays. Sunday and Monday la ad- I I
( faculties though h* might not be
; dition. Memorial day also comes on i
Tnt jte Iba. last oj, Lrn considered demented He Is suffering
e .. Monday and the Fourth of July like- from two severe cancer on the head I I! Whose, name is com- Fancy Dry Goods, Notions. Beautiful and Artistic
There will be more sorehead, after wisp. while Labor Day always falls on I
which have eaten a great deal of his mon1lpronounced as Neckwear, also the largest dealers in Novelties
May 1d,than you caa ibak. stick at a llonday. Christmas Is scheduledfor [
fare sod which seem to give
Ma j I o ; i Sunday this year, and that meant away if it was Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete line
him great pain. From this affliction spelled .
Tomorrow to Eater the day when tha the bolldaf will) be observed on of School Books.
h* seem to be suffering' together Polite and capable service.
money j'oaa well be, aid to "talk Moiiday. New Tear will also be
.. : I with loss of sleep and rest. He could
: Snnday1-bntl; !
throurt hat.- rea ly for business on a
not tell his name but from paper
thai Is getting Into 1905. "
The Peasaoola News Is a pronounced --o-- I found pOD!1 his person It was ascertained -

..'. Parker j advocate. The News .. certainly Few social questions are asked more that 'hi** name I* Robert Bart '

baiting .p the fight tree frequently than. What la the Increase ,t clay, that h. Is a printer, and that his Toliver"I Burdine dCQuartcrman

IIf of Crime* The National Census Bureau i original home I* Rochester New York.H. ,

The ph-alc esoa la oar Borne of, la seeking an answer to the ques '|, carrie what I* known aa "work--

oar political awplraata, however, will' tion. It la undertaking to secure a !]: Ing card" In Jacksonville Typographical Twelfth Street. I 308.

l.. lICIt have t.each a picnic a* they star record of all the persona who are sentenced Union, which was found in his IEK SCHOLAI'Z2HtP.e II

.,.. pow't. pocket.A .
( i to the various Jails, penitentiaries -
.. : and other prtof the United I baggage njastet of the Atlantic There arc many young people lal
The Poputists are talking of running .
States during the year 1XM. The wail Coast Line stated Wednesday night I
General MDea for presldentj Might '': that henoticed a man lying In the Miami and Dade county Interested to
dens of the State prisons and the soerJ
\. Just aa.well]He iajaa likely to be elected Iffs of the counties are being requested ':'I woods near the crossing of that line I learning book-keeping and stenography :

N :aa soy one UMQT cao. raa-- and the Gainesville and Gulf Monday
to act as special agents to report and the Metropolis propose to

certain facts concerning: I afternoon bat did not consider the I make It possible for two of tohave
Why dOll\\yow advertise? How can every Pf'no.1 I them
matter seriously, aa he bellevedlm to yI
delivered Into their Some
thej IIOWI..jw'OII. got [ a chance without the tact of a
that ladress.
counties have not been heard from. In be a tramp having appearance ,
t/: Dies* you jtell them about If? The'Metropolis ] I {I'
some perhaps, there are no Jails, la .. He paid no attention to this ,single dollar. For full detail of the ,
ftL' win ,pat you next1, until the man was brought to the city, t I .
others the local
perhaps, ;
-V .- Jails are no plan see the sixth pate of this paper. -
longer nurd la still others when the Incident was recalled.Gainesville .- 1
At thfctatage: of the race Tallaferroieada the sheriffs :, w

,m bysscveral car length" sari an have possibly neglected the matter. [ Sun. I THE PALM a

trr. longs! He will be a whole train But the record. of the Census office I I -.- '. : HOTEL..... :.

Uecthiat the flolKk. | and the recalling statistics will not be I CORNER BAND L LI

completed ants aril are beard from (ira9d'co9et: ) I I. Uu STREET 1 t
It *14 the eooss is the coua ry were and it Is hoped that the pressure of -

as .eattbI. asthe ofd tlgge out InA other business*will not cause the sheriff I GUS A. MULLER. Proprietor i -

rkaa who is egalast Rooeevell of any county to block this most i BY THE
beeaap b. do.. .01 with a'jalgger' ," Important Inquiry. I I tee fSJO per day and ep. Special per week and to Commercial

then eodoros wod have mighty ._. I mea. Large Hample Room :\ .

bard i wk. getting up dinner I partIu.L KEEP GOOD MEN IN OFFICE 'i /miami CogsQruatory o f fT\usie\ I P. O. Box 417 : atlA*I. FLA. f

L Let the student turn the pages of history __ __ _

ruistence bean trnl t i Frank and note the commanding Influence Va.kC. Ca4eaiM Bash Directar.... .

Ee T Pop T, Duval, wu1 laid ;a National eierrlsed by the South daring ,

eommt aa. H. it staking a great many long yean prevooa to the civil
Foil ,
Benefit Miami\ Cottage Hospital Hotel
effort the Job that pays nothing war. Davis of Mississippi. Calhoun of Biscayne J

s. Out heI. South Carolina. Stephens and Toombsof

Georgia, the Illustrious Virginiansand from Miami West Palm
Puppil ,
The aytona tntly sew. suspended a of splendid .. .. Open from November S. GRAHAM
galaxy Proprietor
: Beach and Cocoanut Grove Will lot to May 1st. ,
pntlica oa for the' Thursday. who strengthened their party glorified '' .

The ews baa been a gbt sheet their State and enriched the pages 01'I take part, assisted by Comer Avenue D tad Twelfth Street ,

and as its name 1 p tl wa1< chock our country's,history.The ,

fall 0t ws, and i pending its I {flouth solved the problem-It .:h/.tJs. F_ C. Bush., TTIclinlste.Ke MIAMI 1 FLORIDA 1

only es what cn be termed a vawation I sent its beet and ablest men to Congress } aoeata.3"eD.b; AJmi....ion 25 ct.'Db. I

sill nettPolk and kept them there. At Bincayne Drug Store, :
Who' eaa think of Randall and .

ay wm fln4 "aDCaz. Cameron and not be reminded of PennSylvania I, School Auditorium Wedneiday Evening, April 6th. I

e to Ita IIbltarr E. "w ...eekL'' ; Webster and not think of ___ '.....-> ... 'J

George Rudgers? win be the Manaehnartts; Marey. Wright 'acidSeward ': H :;; ; ; ;S::

t t .lcUa. j, Hangings: Ire deplorable alt and not recall New York, or | The anti-Davis organs are boutIn.CaDdld.te ;i ii :

1 way, tint U Rodgers must die ID 'this actually see little Maine when the of Mays having received a j i KINDER LOU (iA-. i

manner] it 18 to be s hoped It' will ... wellAdjutantGeneral magic name of Blaine Is even whis gold-headed cane at Pensaeo'.a! a* the I I Make '
'' does 1 j
pered. most Impressionable Speaker among<

: Foster, with CoLNorvlU All representatives of the people at < all the candidate on 8l Patrick' day. .:.
Washington cannot be Webster and I r. I J Kinder Lou
i U. S. A.. oa detached 'duty Cathouns. That. not possible neither Everybody!: known that Pensacota.f Crates. -

I looking after:, the efficiency of State to It expected. But when a good man 1 the home of Charlie ParkhlU.. a former '

'. troops, were]! ta Gainesville Tuesday serves well there can be no mistake la I townsman of Mr. May!] and everybody 1. I' Chase & Harney. Miami
of Ua.I10rtda East
and Inspect the ladet
Semlaary.; CoL Norvin. who keeping him there. It takes a new mana I recognise that aa I loaje of Charlie' Sell.<= =3IKJ.i3.caeir3L.ovi.

has sees) service j la the United State year or more to become acquainted little schemes to mike: !I It appear that ,
and leant the ,1'OPSo Every year a man Orates
Army fortr-aiz; year*, complimented adds i ibis townsman la popular. How much ..
serves he to his knowledge and
the { cadet aad ]I the ustltatloa very ability, i ad thus b. Is better and better did you pay for that cane, Charlie! Clothing all over Dade County.
highly. sayln [: ft am amaaed. Iliad I f ." *... ...*.... ......**'ffirttttiiiiittiiiinThe .
his It Dannet' who ...
equipped to represent people and i Or was you. really j ji I
,, BO idea of 'tap exeellemee 0( the work I Sale I'h
their Inti rest To displace such man purchased it? Our Bob doss not have '
being done berm
I at time fay an experiment la positively '1i
I to be boosted by presenting him with
i -i i
dangerous. .Fine serge anita! 5? 50 to $10 \?. Peacock Inn
Bad management ta the past pot t canes The people Just love him like .' ;
Florida Is la the throes of a heated inc wontted 7 5 1 to Ill (I.)
nearly all :belonglBg to the political contest. To believe one-half i they love Billy Bloiham and It Is w'' .\11 wool pant.. 1 25; to 4 5 A1
State la possessioa I of the railroads Wa..h 75 to .1 50 o D
of all which Is said of the candidates manifest they do not have to adver- ] pant i ? > -E-7234L' 1
and BOW the speculators are reaplag a / OiM cuats 1 would dlsonallfv each.It's < GROVE 1Mr.
rich tar-est aid the people get noth I Use It by public presentations of that lima knee pants ;.

ing. Are we going o let oar enemies time to call a halt and give the kind.-TaJlahaaseeaa. I; 3>c grade at. . . .J r the
get control again We hope not-I a rest" :: I ".S: grade at. .. ..5"eIKI Mainland of the failed State
)11k+:U' BtaodanLj ; The State cf Florida hi od the*vent* A MtSICALTREAT I tirade at . fie

I I of a great Industrial expansion, and it 1 5 Trade at. . CUISINE UNEXCELLED: ,
II I ik wmr ro:? luunrn; < .ru
Some awe Standard nonsense. The lit .POD each momentous and tais reaching '' ATCohen's. '
Will Be Given of Miami
People Next
people got the railroad bunt; the questions that the real Interests of : I c. F. SCflWIDER SO.V.: Proprietor .

railroad have made It possible for, the State depend. It'* no Urn for experiments. ; Wednesday Evening. .

people to nve on the land, which has.,I Lincoln: ...&: Never swap i I -I II i ii James Cornell of Daytona. pastmsster

bee bought: *p rapidly, and all the.i.horses when erasing a 'stream." Personal 1 i of the Oraad Lode of Florida.

toad to assessed for eases well ambition, however deserving, A concert will be given by theI "
being aa will be la Orals \\ednectdaa.* sad
1 mutt not alone be considered. No i Miami Conservatory oT Music Pranklln he J 1
a* the railroads.-.Penaacola New man I I Thursday: and the Manors are prepar- p a1rs.
I I* greater than his party and his party Coleman Bush director at taft, Ir.: ''to ntve him a ba>id>oce receptiona =

The Retort.ha/beewj a little alown ,Interest Let personal ambition. If j School Auditorium Wednesday eves d h y' nod time The 'Imleo will L".i"l.

causing std with aa editorial endoneaaeot -, need* for 4 Urn, be met aside and let i I Blng April Cth. Pupil from Miami. give; si Ui,-qx, ThursJa%' nltht on (lv the rivera .
of Stockton far:tae.Calf* the' good, o old-fashioned Democratic West Palm Beach and Cocoaaut Grove Friday Mr. .
CunuJI will .,
visit ( ttun
ocelli with
i Statsa 'flsasto(. bwtKtget| >lieN .y s-1. part stand solidly for the man who I k will take ,.re.- asstsUd". by Mr*. F. .C. Plant A general COOl time Is rt- : good _.,

terday.f It bintoet ate*! tbm> br tijr-I WHeoniptewomsly. and asmfully Bush, the "wen-kwowa'.IoII.Iel. Proceed pt. "teiL. --Orala Banner. rooms and board at A ',_-

lag ta tool tawmisiio ""de towabtatoMievlMtkatKdMkotbeloagVi 1 rspieseutsd .her ,at Waahlagtoa.._th4 win be devoted to the Miami rrasoniblc: rates ,;

,. Hot' James p, Taliaferrp. He' don Cottage Hospital "' ... Reserved j -The cost of living to Tamatave. J. McCoHum
tile .M ...... a&= 0. W. I, m Tt_ SS esats; admlarina tS cMts-at Bessca I Profrktor.r .
>' J .. MadagascaratetropoUa. to r'donWe. j';
,aaera.M Mflr M kMt eM tlsft ':;: t tai C ,.. Drs $ay., -' j J .
: .; -- } t -f"- I .. k. ..u that U New Tort . j I e Bs.a'SD1. e.rf
bsth. .."': to .irt'ir..& ,saw'n'OC<' i o4f I 'I' ss ; ....


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J 'I The yacht Roamer. Commodore and I Report of the Condition I'

Mrs. Roome aboard will I... or three -O>'-

M. KING : Went Coast enroute to St. Louis, Monday THE POST DALLAS NATIONAL BANK)(
: or Tuesday of next week after

Funeral Director' and | Embalmer. I having been here all season. I At' MIAMIthe I "The Ideal"I

I j State of Florida at toe close
1300 vENn DVJAtltstloe The launch Imperial carried out this 1
of Business March 28. 1904. I
rr-rc to Tcl zrark [r..rJoCall.. .. : morning captain Sackett and Jones
I I Government engineer, who are hereto I
I I RESOURCES. Dry Goods Millinery and
look over the surrey of the new I ,
Loans and discount .......|1S3.)55.J4
[ ship channel to the sea previous to I
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Ladies Outfitters.
the contractor beginning work on the
ifloUuDS for
THC Plan aid >
I, ..250.18U.
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. tory cottage,: to be built by name. S. Bonds to secure circulation i/

[ Dill will be [ready for .. .... .. .. 2S.004M vv .
I City Clerk M R. Kellam' and family -
I 70S Avenue B Monday
MIAMI FLA., Apnl 1 t,1- | Capt Al. Sturgis and Captain Cook L' S. Bonds to secure U. S. i, i
deposits . .... ........ 40.0000C <<
-- ,swill get sway this afternoon with the I
son bM returned from a S. Bonds on hand .. . 13000.00 itit r
MAIL SCHEDULE.\ ; :i yachts Zora and Pocahontas on a tendais' "
to Nassau and le again a f I cruise to the 'tower coast. Premiums on U. S. bonds. 5,062.50 I;

i Blicayne .Stocks securities: etc .. .... 5,00000
[ Afriv from the North- -,

9.05 a. m. Walter Ritlaw returned last night Nanking house, furnitureand .

Misses Clara. ,Margaret fixture: .. .. ... ... 4U14.U
11:25 p. m. on the sloop Katie from a cruise H I "
of Chicago, from National bank
| for North1- Edna Carey of Due
Cross the the keys with a party gentlemen,
5:05 a. m. ladle of that city, who one of them being the health officer of '(not reserve agents) ... 1S.399.4C _
the East Coast I Due from State bank and tr
C:4S touring are Cbeapo.
p. m. ( Onq of the Important captures I ,
the Palm Hotel for a few days. .banker :- .. ... . %5.085.UI I
made wM an lI%-foot alligator,

which wwi brought back and which Due from approved reserve Are receiving New

THE WEATHER. I Mrs. A. S. Tatum. who Huffed atenia.. .. .. ... .. ... 19.1S9.8S ; SpringGoods in all lines
will be and kept as a souvenir I
Check end other cash daily: |Call and inspect the spring Styles, something -
of her sons at
visiting one of their trip among the keys of the

I Washington: For to-morrow.Eastern Florida: since leafing :Miami. Is now East Coast of Florida. items ... .. . .. .. 1b03.5SNotes new every day. I hare just returned from
Fair to-night and ,
I Maximum ........ ..... ........ 121 do with 'her daughter Mrs. A. I i of other national New York, and am prepared to show yon the
.L[ i teller. Quite a lively fight took place onboard Jllniks .. . .. .. .... 1.183.00:
( Minimum ...... -.4..4..x... .. 71 FVftlonal fruit of my trip.j!
the launch f Cruiser paper currency

-- yetlterda"1 nickels and cent ... .
-- ---- Mr. Clifford Pierce of Jack caused by the refusal of .r.- 499.40

e sL is In the1 city and will leave I passenger to pay his / man Lawful money rooerre In

II for Havana where he has 1 *hose name could .not be learned went I Bank, vix.:

TOPICSn . ... _' JJI
TOWN with a large cigar south oa the Uncle Sam. a4 p&l4111 Specie $ %. : .90 .

.inilVQ. as bookkeeper fare, bat returned oa the Ormlaer: because .'Legal I tender note 7.50.00I

of the crowded eoadtthM at 1M 29977.90
Uncle Sam. When asked for his tar Redemption fund with U. 8.I .
-Th..ere 289 pavers filed for record Miss Sue Baron of Ocala Is I
oy Mr. Pellett be refused to pay. Some I I Treasurer (5 per cent of
U. CouatyCIerk'a offlo of the of her : ; '
U city the guest sisters. 1
sharp remark were made, and finally circulation! .. . ... .. 1.250.00
Omit Court of i ad. county during Jackson and Patterson.
I. of Mmr Of thin number friends here made Mr. Peln-tt nRocked '- t maD coca; vvB. "- ,
the moot
Tph. has many but he never collected his fare.-D.- Total .. ...... ......$390.(40. : i .
Y 14S were deeds, the other were mer visits who are pleased

I mortgage* *atlsfa Uon of mortgages, her among them again. tona Caaette-Newa. LIABILITIES. I'
.1| e Capital stock paid In .. ....fl00.000.00'
Mil of aala. agreement, etc! : -
4-1-? : Yes nit; I wes drunk; my shipmate Surplus fund ........ ...... 2.000.00 I [ DOUGLAS.310laod
Mr. Reese who ha ben I I"" drowned, and'when I came ashoreI Undivided profits, lea expenses I .
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC TOD ATf Greealeaf *: Crosby store at and taxea paid... 1.M9.72 .
took a drop to ease my feelings. I
f The laaach Seminole this morning canto Palm having finished I i National Bank note*' outstanding -
was cold and I wanted to get warm.
4 the BOOM of Refuge1!the achol- shipping the goods, leave 312. Twelfth Street.Epicurean '. '
I'm sorry that such a thug happened" .. .. ........... 25,000.00
Tof the Presbyterian Sunday cnooL the north. Mr. Reese wan Due to other National bank ,
the way Sam Miler a white seaman -
The children about 40 la number. with frjnds here who hope to Pee One to State bank and
pleaded with the mayor this i
tlMlr ehaperone*, boarded the launchat gala next aeacon.jr. morning. banker .. ..... ......... 1954

the atoM dock at f o'clOck and were i I Miller was cautioned to keep better Hie to \rust. companies and . . . . . . e. . . . . . ..

away for the day. The little ones were A. Hoke, Jr. who has control of himself la the future and aavlaga banks ..... ...... 1,500.00 1
well supplied with lunches aid other Western Union office here .
Individual check to
was let off with a.vall; fine of $3 for subject
__nee. i to a happy picnic. ..a.oo. ha gone to deposit
I simple drunkenness. This man was .187.791.31( I. i
few days visit with his
Demand certificates of deposit
from steamship Roddam. and wa Restaurant

OFF JtR' KEY WEST.-The steamer wjiich he will open np and have one of the party of three who started .. .. ..... .i.. .. .:. 1.187.50 .

| Salaaecock. Captain Hank*, salted' ofj; a Western Talon omee out from the cite early yesterday Time certificate of: deposit 28.800.00 i I I Ii

I this morning for Key West with tea morning and whose boat was swamped. ; Certified cheek* .1' .. .. .. 300.04 30S 12tb St i iI

I passengers aad ja.Urge freight The Miller made his way to shore and United Strtes deposits .. 40000.00 i I
ghlaaeeoek: wlU [make her last trip ;of Mr. Ralph Worthington, of I ,

Beam to the Island City, tearing land. Ohio who baa Just after, deliberating took several,upon drink his Barrow which led escape Total .. .. .. .. .. ....$390C40.S I Re Best hoods firat-* laal cookigg i Qeaq. QuioK

on the 9th.jaai! nursing on the a tea day*' cruise. down the << '
i State of I
primarily to hll..t.'bea he appeared Florida. Count of Dade a* $ervio i VR. .
[ 10th. 1 M far a* Key West I* regit '
( before the mayor this morninghe I, Oeo. R Gomph Cashier of U. ,.
the Biscayne and will be here Eosopnaa Ae1EICAn .
seemed to feel his humiliation ibore-named bank do solemnly swear
CAMB: FROM HAVANA-The steam day yet before going to his very 'R
at the above statement la true to the
much and abed txir when he recounted -
| .r Martinique Captain Dillon, arrived home
In port this ::morning front Havana how he had started to'go out oa his nest of myjwowtedge? belief. .1 .. . . . . . ... .. . . . . . .
I'I ship; the capsizing of the mall boat CEO R. OOMPH Cashier. [
I with fifty passentsri. rn.- H. T. Ferris, who
several and his own Barrow escape, followingthe Correct T Attest: I i
quite 111 for weeks, has J. PICK B. M. BAILS.
drowning of his two shipmate WM. M. BROWN.
recovered as to' be able to \' ,
I Bravo and crew pf the hospital boat mother Mrs, S. V. R. ; There ha bee no trace at all of the- EDWARD BRADT.. PeeK 0 Bailey

MeAdama had quite n had tire get-' Cocoanut Grove. It is hoped bodies which went, down from the FRANK T. BUDGE B.IUm. HfeMrafe i'

lam that craft dtwn to kr mooring friend that the clangs and i overturned boat. There I* BOW no Director I LAUNCHES. SAIL j&

ass tj mouth of lie "''Y'. Tae englu urroundng: will quickly doubt but that ,,the two men were 'qbscrlbed and won to before me YACHTS. ROWBOATS

| a.t rot In working; order and oa !h tae to complete 'health and drowned but the cadaver are expected his 2nd day of April 1904. I Overhauling aDd Repairing- Marine: Railway.

VIt.I the boat 'shad :o he ".<..jejlto. to be found shortly floaUagj about s. L. PATTERSON 7011 Ayuu& D MIAMI. FLA. ,
.... that by'running out then the be? or cast tip oa the shore Pen- Notary Public. -
;Mr* Richard Allison News
and heaving her up to It by twtadlaaa. e sacola -- tared
Misses, during the
daughters. Agnes and e rammer, for .
this he I
manner w
Cleveland. O.. who were guests BUSINESS I LOCALS. the use of a portion c l the *amen, may
[ moved down the bay.PERSONAL John 14. Enquay i* oa a visit to his .
Royal Palm all season, have communicate: with "H" care III'
.. family at Seabreeze. Several month There will be examinations held at ,
from I Key West', and after tropolis.
-j ago Mr. Fuquay went to Ft Lauderdale the school building OB April 9th for the i
'iere a few days, will leave Headquarter fancy groceries fruits,
and rented the farm of W. H. position of clerk and carriers la the
Some, greatly delighted Marshall etc. at Wilson A Fly'*. T i WANTED COMPETENT iIAM
MENTION. IIf ; and planted It out to toma post-office service. For application .
Southern outing. .
toe aad other garden truck. He say blanks and Information a* to duties, '
j Desintblt office room tor rraL laquire who understands Grove Work. KaaV
Downer t that this la one of the finest faros In salaries ett. apply to J. F. Kraemer
f :''Hon. J. B. and of Bank of BaySmith' Wseayna mill Fruit Company (Mr. Burbaakj.Coeoaaut .
C A. I?ryaa. t.Cutler, la In + were here earlier; la the that section and that his crop exceed at the post-office. Grove. US
[ today. his expectations. When asked about
:tamed last .IIlIt from Key Restaurant nppeatte post-
route noVe. the effect of lack of rata ou the erop FOR RENT.-Small More room opposite office; best meal la town. Short or-

Mr*. T H.l!Hay:good, of Delray Since leaving h. he stated that oa the high land the !!! post once snUaUt. for tailor fen a specialty.) Board and room by FOR RENT. STORE: ROOM. .
hare been to Nassau, and lay or week. I opposite post-office, now occupied M
I visitor U the. city today. i crop was cut short, but that on the barbe sbnp or office o
went to Santiago Cuba. via I a bicycle store. Apply to 221 Thirteenth
1& low land the crop were fine and very
Line steamer, thence We use Tennessee cream ta an our street
.t: e L. Wilson and W. Hi Allen, oigaatine. across heavy. Mr. Fuquay ha. commenced I Photographer Chamberlain, at the m
aDd also have the I
the d aadj to Havana and from there lee cream plaint
are la today.
shipping hia tomatoes, which are now
Royal1! Palm Studio
'," a short time
W.... Mrs. Browner la I OB tale at the Biscayne Drag VOTING CONTEST.
I nesting, from $> to $145 per crate In will ma&e one dozen fine cabinet u41

Among the visitors laj Miami teday I prned la health by the trip. ; Northern market.. The culls are a "large crayon for only 13.50. 200 Company. 1U Every subscriber to the Dally Metropolis

| to F. W. Barker, of Jensen, who 'to usually shipped to nearby markets ''to Call aid some deeervlag young
Hotel and famniea eaa buy genuine
| here on ....-. ; bring much i leas -Daytona New : man and woman In securing a bushes
.. .............. .ri'..llVl. . The!! strawberry crop. though not so Tennessee cream at Blaeayae Drag ,education by using the ballot to whisk
:' large a* last year's has netted the 1U
J. E.: .Stone, of Saaford., ta la the NEW ON THE BAY. A catalpa grove to consist of slxty- grower* handsome return One gentleman Company. ,, they are entitled en payment of aukcriptkms. .

I city today _mate hone from Havana acre, will be planted four miles -- Read our offer on rixtkPage.
living la the community: Mr.L If you want toe cream that I* food
I where ke ha been on ,....-. Pensacola bv the Louisville and .
S. Mowbi?. remarked to the writer and pan buy It ef the Blacayae Drug
.aihrille railroad. The Idea la
Archibald i F ; The houseboat Va boadl&. some last week that he had already received Company. They ..M. Tennessee cream.
....... W. L. and B. U.I of a departure'among; Southern NOTICE.:
mand of CapC ,John Myers, gross return of !900 from only a IttPure
I Beebe. of Fort Lauderdale, are la the *, and la an experiment oa the :
ng aboard Mr. .Mellon.. .. little more than two acre of berries, The Miami Tmoafer Compaay
I city today on .... of the Loulivllle and Nanhvllle' I
ulaeHJ -'amlly. Is again In port < and the see-ion U not over. The rock Tennessee tress oa sale at hereby notify an merchants and other
catalpa tree will be used Is the
ip rmtertuy afternoon from road which I Blsrays Drug Comptay. 141 that
; being constructed between they wU not be responsible r-
? .. of crosses for which
a a Graby wit of New York.
y nosh this
place and Plant or'other
I are among the late arrivals here to enjoy .. Supplies are being taken ..,.... It I* very ,..1_)... Railroad after progressing half the City distance hat Miami Ccjserratory' of Maate.FTaaklla any traeted debt Is their aame.IX .obligation eon>

I of prominence state that a tie -
of OMemaa
a stay wnrlll.da1L Director
lay and this afternoon or been ordered cut down to t.elnfeet MIAMI TRANSFER 00.
of this wood will last four time
Street. 42)
3$ Twelfth
the will for In ,
get away good width by the county commissioner

= P.j,I H. Rolf4! of the = West where Mr. Mellen long a* that of any other kind and thereby making It too narrow to allow I FOR RENT. A THREE ROOK i 3
this reason It la sought after, all Pleasant Sleeping Room ta IIITwelftIa..8t.rM
ea s.d as ly will leave her and proceed the passing of terms, and spoiling COTTAGE:; also Furnished ..... J
"-].... The Louisville and Nash Residence. Shower bath
.an: L. Britt asdx. kaIVd Tampa Two week will be what started out to be a good road. Apply to Mrs. J. AUSTIN "MJX JOT 1
A. H d New ... ; I BOW have some ties la use made te. For rent at summer rate. Mm. Eleventh
; street
on the trip stops being This move I* much regretted by the 197
ratalpa. which have given service 8. C Beck. IX
air's Creek Indian Key. and people of this section and It ls looked
T. L" Ala:. W. thlrtjr-two years and show hardly
Mnta la quest of tarpon Mr. upon as false t'COIIomy.-ltIIlghia Cor. -The budget ellM' TOt town te 'I
L. AM B. D. Fort Leaderdale : deny. The average length of FURNISHED HOUSE:
!>sing determined to land one Tampa Tribune. European Russia aggregate but half
A. a. WUJ.bva. el Palm I I. about thirty-five yean. The OB Tenth street for rent. Apply at u muck
u the
'beauties If possible.ey budget of Berlin or
MdIat the isayae. aYl1I. and Nashville today com -- this office.
I win build a "Longitudinal e-ourth aa much u that of Greater
: preparing the ground for the 1
I I IChll. ; New Tort
AtM The yacht Louise I* expected Railway. 1.200 mile north and southat ,
passengers arriving onI of the trees, and the plants A Splendid Square Piano, la good repair i
I Shlanecock last night WaD 0W.. am from Key West this aa estimated coat of $st' ,000,000.
the arrive her from Dakota early JIri
for sale. very cheap. X.: C
[ Allen. collector of custom of Key there she went a few days ... week. They are being shipped Beck. '1m r- I

.. Mr. Allen .. enrdute to Jack- ir. C. H. Mallory president :: by parties who were recently la -Tbe cost of cleaning the street of

pvflleoa buslnts taltory Steamship<< Use Mr. i 1 1 city Interesting the officiate la the I Paris I* twelve cent per square yard LARGE: FURNISHED ROOM Julius

lory's business la the Island scat and per annum. ...
0II. are aa large U can be
with electric light Apply 224 Fourth
w.-n. A M. 'Vebberland T. R.bualaeeej to !give Important Information "; handled. The company I I. I street 1)1 ,...,

I Leach prominent men and to work i I now being pursued 'a .11& whatla, known u the Dnbuissoa -ne murder la the United State s

IdtlasB* Birmingham.\ .. Abv. are, In 1o k* of hi* line there.'The neat Coulding. just north of I In 1903 lumbered &.ITI; the legal executions 108 TOMATO PICKERS AND TEN 't'Y

|the city nneT will leave Monday on ni I II II I & and having BO other use I numbered. but 121 PACKERS wur.a-at'"' Easter- cot -

pastaess i trip to Havana Hrepua HI la laid up for the land; decided to start a catalpa I Rag Brother Cutler Flav INI BOOKSflER "- .:

\ .-. .. '." I I$tre".or tM blades to her wheel Tb! 3clal'. ay?that.ncry : ,3-Amerraa locomotive are used oa :..-- .c'

iIss Marlon More. of Boston.baa .!i.I...... beoaa This wm.... trse eta be at every five yean the Tafa-Jeruaalea railway althought I CAR OF HOUSE: W.urrJD.-Aa1: # .x

Me ': ; .:iaI..1 ther caatlag of a new wheel oa the date of plaatlag.Peaaacola to owned by -..-... one dealrtag to have their faral.u.d I

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.. I ,Nuns i !but not a Mnirle dNtrirt i I. ,
(entirely' free from the dit..*.. It i. Centrally Located ff
DEATHS FROM CANCER '.lway. more prevalent in and near | The
I i (Ifixhinr pl. |IA.herles. are ItO nnirmlnrtire that the 1
Renltt of ExhAoitiT laqoJrlM by '!(Treat portion of fit-h consumed moat '! E. A. FOKSELL PROPRIETOR.
,the imported the ineiiltwe; of leprosy '
< 1 Baglfsb U lew than two prr 10000. j I Pioneer .
t \ I I I I I In Viniooy. the adjacent Hubexiportmr ,

: ..._ inland, where the inhabitant, ,
,IS..a..N trw.e. L.-no ar '
>.....a .. Iadls-01u.>. B1.r. 'eat fish four time a day, the p.c.een'are R ATE.S $i.oo TOJ.oPER DAN 1 -cata.; r
I I. 1V in 10.0OO. In the BoorIbsy -
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rw-a. were r. -
'> I' .. I amino there are 4XI inmate i Hotel Corn! r A\cnue B and i ith street
I" :;the majority of whom are from thejjrreat : The people of Dade County will want all the
+ ; fluhinir dittrirt of Konhan. I>tIr. {: MIAMI: FLA. news
JosU. ," F. R. 8. late- I this as it is to be because
,Inc eight bears there hare been ao iI i- year an interesting one -
rwtermcd to Eagliuil after a tour of 1
Ja4n. And only one 1aree pntientThe of the elections,
iBTMllfatiim I. In ia.. to the cause are utrht "reprtari.. I 1- .C
and prrteatkHi of leprosy, especially (Ditrinjr the name period the inland of {
IB referrBic t thi h;|........i. which Raliette. which ha. a population rtf |, J. A. Robbins Co.
.. & National State
aaaigva the hifviu t |Mj itk> BWUIIK 50.n0o. was the only Christian eonv { and County
the csB>ea or fhe dlM-air to the| use ; the ,
.munity ifhich sent patient tn |
ut .....OI .. fiod. ,Twehe "
ine pears ..yl""". The ,
the prim-e+ ol Wales' ttee Harness an.d OarrtaS; --
ago com' man rathollr. who nlwerr all fast :|
whkh ,was M ut l.i ludui rejrrtetljrpotheaia Ibi. ,d.,... and the mij rity of them are : I
lut U '. llutrhinaon'a latest :actually enpairr l iri the li.h,trade. Depository The MetropolisHas
reatifatH io. ave ounriBred. him :
': that the committee, if it had ptiraoedlu 1 BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. '! Quality is remembered long after price is
: rara...... 1 mare deeply would ,, perfected arrangements whereby it can offer
J >ot ha. "jecUd| It, ..,. a Li>n' ane, eroapy I forgotten. t i such attractive rates for various newspapers

report. ... .couch oppressed. rattling, rupln'l that there should be no excuse for people remaining -
Dr. H tchla eonclnaioa
t ivaeral \ Quaity Makes the Bargain.
la that the 'a t. 40 not controvert :'and difficult breathlnc.' H I'1C.. j J 4 in ignorance as to the happenings of

the bypotheaU.! while soma of ','Stearns, drucctst. Shullsburg.writes W''.., ........ the year. .
-41E5. Z ots lath Stroert. h F'1.
them afford Bnauailalile support of May 20, 1901: "I bar been t
It the truth! of which hi. inquirieola I(r selling BaJlu d'. Horehound Syrup lor __ I =-- = -=-==!="-- -
I Soath Africa last year eoBvincwlhim. ,two years, and bare never bad a preparnUm I
Dr. Hutehinaoa's tour of India We do not wish to boast but w e: the
that baa given better aatlnfaclion. Lave .!
melded H.jt. to Colombo Madraa.Lahore Cheapest and most artistic line oJ I
Calrtitta. sad Bomb.,. whe'reh |' I notice that when I sell a bottlethey I I II
: come: bark for morI can honlestly j
held and diseu.s
public meetings -
MU. and alxt iaiU '\0 the leper recommend 1C" lac, SOc, .OO. I The Daily Metropolis ;
a yluma at Colombo Madr... Calcut- Sold by Rod Cross Pharmacy. L i J
ti. .......11.. *....... Agra, Tsrtaran. I w I 50UV ] irs and One Year
Jalaadur and, Bombay).
He TfaiM in jTeyloai all the lepers -cremated. adult Human body : Times-Union $10.00SemiWeekly
,.bo had. ...... flih eattra. la Madraaaad learea a residuum of ray ashes which in town. pouvenir Postals, 2 for cents. Daily
C..U.t" of the leper, with i altogether do not veldt, more the $ .
the single ex. rption high saute about two poanda. I Times-Union 550.
Brahmin den ed ,"a ia bad ever I : FORT DALLAS NEWS CO.
eaten flih., .. Hnmba .'" was one -The Ant central ttatkm for Incandescent Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
doubtful rzon. |n Agra Tar- lighting wa built by lie Ed- iTCMI 3, ippwltt' Postomcl, '. C. ENRIGHT); Proprieto I
Union |
taran and Juliindur, there were. several |2.OO
Halborn Tladnet.
'laxn Company on ,
Of exception the 500 .lamate* of the Pnrulla London. I "EROSINE j j'I With Atlanta Journal twice a week 12.25

asylum all haj 1 habitually ..... of ROBBED THE: GRAVE.- ENGINES. With Weekly Palm Beach News $_.oo
tab.j and many felirved that this had ,
....... the dis*a.e. Some had lefteatlnc A ttartltaf Incident- la narrated by j ''I Sift ud Reliable PoTer I,,
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H that Thewajorit..f
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t....... who had awl eaten !John Ollrer- of PbJladelphli. a* fol- for All Pnrposes. ; Old subscribers! must pay all back dues before they
I In awful oo.ditloaMy
..... lows: was an
Ash were ;ta ;who had contracted f can take advantage of these offers and cashin
the dUeaw la early life. ;I akin was almost yellow. eyes sunk- I !
FJZineer Relurel
I areoMtiaa 'For th..., Dr. Butch- t I.... tongue coated: pain continually: In I advance must accompany all orders'for
No Water Coas tad. '
laaos .an-ta1'i-errtal) eoauamaijtae back and sides, no appetite crowinf 1 > I I'j these combinations.
ratio. .......-! dlMiaae in a weaker day by day. Three physicians I I No Electric Battery. No mOl.
all* t extent: i> a,eomiemBity whereteifiaated. had Klren m..Po Then I wan advised 'j ADDRESS
It without
b..weefbrew. to Electric Bitten: to Joy. theBrat best the market
it betedfFn* ......Iif-a i. the ordinary nae my The power on 1
toeate of1 the! ,....... Cotnmea- bottle made a decided Improvement for all purposes. Call at ott;
aal .* rw.Mth ''eo.ntsiratlo. enw- I eont: ..ned their uae for three
e/ed tkerertly I..ullir fowl ..- weeks. .aad am now a wail man office and examine one, in oprration. I Miami Metropolis.
bsad. All sizes born one tr
from the ifs leper or know they robbed the enwe of anoth.I
I .t t"..rwlre tt.iuth.reeeitur! i.kfcej,..barilliu by ,,I victim.No one. should, fall to t?II sixty. horse power. Pric '! on application. |oJ
them. Onlr SO cents maranteed. a
:TkeBreraleace the....... Ia die UIAMIFBINTINQCOnArent8.: '
aote poplaUoafraaUr o/j] India k mot ail draggf.tid. l',
.... lee IttJlOq. wkiek isa. I ___r.j_:. :X1,1. ._.__ J main. Florida j'
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...... nltr price of the MarBOPOLta.eaj(.a
the Semi-Weekly Tiaaea-UaMHi and
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Grower. '
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.......... f, List Y Oil Property with flei.A .
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L flae piece of bay front property, .!
with riparian rights, witola a few
i MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.T1aere'a nfnakf walk ef die 11j
\1 r like ,ot Miami, beta-ISO feet oo bay aad '
; nothing doing a thing .
'" ( I ,1. Hotel Biscayne !i.., thoroagtlr. Of all the delves you ever bearing 400 feet trvea deep,es bating it. This.tot is of a BMai laei. ,'

; heard of. Bocklen'i Arnica' Salve i place for a winter ho... ,..,:
riM View of the BAccommodatioMJTirat ..,.
i i i i; the best It .".,.pa aw.jr and enrafbarna i ,

The 1 i I ; 0.... I I:,,Open bt to from May N01'embtor hL S. GRAHAM, Proprietoi aore. brataea, ,cats, boll. .> 328 Tt elftl FLAB Block :<
.,. ten skis eruptions and pll a. Iii MIAMI. '.
I \i Corner AxVnue D and Twelfth Street i only :se, and guaranteed to tlTf utIpfaction. -
Bay View D. M. Conolly Pro ': Bjr all irafflft. I..
i f ; MIAMI FLORIDA '! dw : \\Ybite\ Eade Bather Sboe..

L. Ht tl. I Weft to Ttrniiaa Pir/ I. IH..... and. t k>.w.,.. Four Chairs. No Wiitiig:

/\ e >iBaiiU 'Depot. I __ -- t- -=. i Kumination. ,.or.cud chewing. ia It.- Best Service ia tie City. .
I ma a beings r m to ha bees k.ow. .
since t611\ and it im Urtrtipht that e.ssiderably'a.ore |A. COLBY Proprietor,
: Miami fla. i M J McDonald .. .
1..1110. >r* are now 302 TwelrHStr.etClubbing:
L. I tin record, Germs plij.K-laa rrrrntI -
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I reported t'yrrs IB env family
'SANITARY father and bt ... .
a piin The father. -
'II'11 11Y I PLUMBING and always, a ra|"iii eater ....If.. the .
T-n -- ,' art at the age of aiz and enntiauetl iluotll
PLUMBERS'; '' death at 5U.'ruminatina beingemnmeBrrd e'e Rates
/I IS or M' minute after Ih.m..t .

S E.A L1! O ARD I SUPPLIES and Foodsa.r.t4lrnedtnthemouthat I.'i"arI.II1t an. hour to ..11hDllr. You can save money by subscribing

Clmlud: ui lilt! JeltJ intemU of three or tier minutes. for the papers
Railway I I when it wan maatirattd and '.-...1-
Air I '
t. All kinds of Wheels lowed The .iil>.taare. had their nat you want through ;
i FOR for tale or rMt oral '."1.. itbtmt' the aridity they
would hare had if.. The
331 1 f ltk Street. I'ilm! fit cntion had bffvn .
av4Lnaah,1 C lumbia, Cardden, Southern! Pines, and meals were unl) en|j..
Raleigh: ; Ridhmaad.( Washington! Baltimore, I ,, and after. except this prte that..after. This death care wastyical the Metropolis. J
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1] Philadelphia. New York. -r-r stomach ... found to have a very oauaual -
i iIi hour-glaim' form. Knnwlef'g: We can give you the I
> ThreelEle] Trains Daily. I McNeill
Ii & Co.Livery Daily Times-Union
Seaboard haw York Li Mi ted. and
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail I i A THOUGHTFUL MAN.M. Daily Metropolis for

Feed and Sale Stable f to.oo a year or both..

.M.1em Pullman Equipment. M. Anti, of Winchester lad, for six months ,foe
i in. I 12th'' Street, West of Railroad. knew what to do IB the boor of said .oo. .

to wl t..rt/ba.d trtla. exa.'" ....1....... .. f.Rsat His wife had such aa .setae ease of
wlwl Te ;
:t.+....14541S."st-I',.t..-....Si. S.dr..t-4,IeH'( watiwerw............ ..I....w.atl.u...,.ta s. ..ernep.rak4.....''i i We have gentle horses, broke for ladies to |ride and drive. stomach and liver trouble..physicians *
. ... ..'_..................,.-.. ?,....,....""'.. IlHera..tut--... t'I.A/ Uslsda7rely rould not help her. Ht thought of
;': Good Comfortable Carriages and tried Dr. Klari New Lit. PILL The t
line operating> daily through sleepers 1 frnm .
sad she tot relief at wee sad wag
: j ;Jacksonville to New Orloms. First class Teams, and anally rured. Only tie, at all d"...- Daily Metropolis
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Reliable White Drivers. dw .

JFor full i inforn*tk>4 and tlcrper rr! rv.tions call on any agent of th I ago

Scahoard, or write Semi Weekly
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'". i p. McDQKHELL,(1st GeL> Pm. AH lac onJUle, Fli *............t f..t..a..y'J ....*+* < \ Bush & Safford I Times.Gnion

!,.':." !Ir4.""I|Cr BOYLSTON.Jr.r.I Pass. Ajrt. ,( I I "Florida PastIme laeastritl-J Record j I 11. Twelfth>.... .- --- Weekly$5.50 Metropolis a and year SemiWeekly !

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r--1'- Publitbiag Cth, i
J I 1 .....1.11I_ ...'WI... High Grade Times-Union both
G1ASar 'M of a b..til.tly ilt.sir.W'Iarily T .
.I.TU a JAM, M. JAC=ttot. J>. a L P TTUSON tarathM. of riorHla KnmaK*...avfaathi. It will to.... irrtaiaTair. T one S2.OO.
M1 r4sHs.IdeN "''' .4 TnaeJ :N-rtaaallliMMit. E4iM k* a cwy. W _peu.t _. TZiSl f year.
iii> r- tetira*. .ka- _....fraht.KkWM f Piano'sAND
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, 1' a should p.* > .y >tl ??Ise tlOO. w
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.NbecriptIu..."ECl4LTM.II...._....C..p..r.... ._..JIO'C..... T.start 4o ..Isis... lk """-I.,with-'O&ry a ..... The pompano Inn
Dade QoqityJbstraet/ (?o. I I Ce.he.I1.I.' tla........_:_Fill....I.,.Wash.,...below," will<.." M law _strial,..r' ORGANS ,
I a ripl'a. ar du.tar sue.. ..
a Eftt'Y' c irt wow 0'' N ** C w.t sad .....; las. McCotab Proprietor,
this psetie.W win _b[ I
: HORATLHi I .ooaIJ t'diaWlr...... a busutalul' lithur.ob.d.sal .f 1<"r- Pompanos F1
t. I taMM sad alkm la..I..aal7 Simplex Piano rM.
_..... r'1orWa_'sib l.a Player.
I. I. ones a'eiM-,. '..rlr.+ -
L'., I ; I Industr at Reeord Comoanj 1 Cash or easy paymeata. Old In- Accommodations for reatleoiea
:J.!' Jacboan7la Fla. n... tramenta taken ia exchann. only. Produce buyers sad ..
4 I I Tuning and rerBUtiat;. till liatorn will find, that tan.
gun.y..__ ad es..bwrsCL W NaetM..t Tills p.s.$171.any....rA4'at7. and inspect our hoc tock of ewer more territory 1.
.' -'b.eaart a..1 tit/the I'.4-- ..... tart..I .................11....II. ..MANN.. ..... .. .. ..... new food from here the taaa IiR front any .the
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GENERAL BANKING fort Dallas National' Bank. SA\1NGQ fNT ;

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OF 1\JIT A "1VI"T. pT. A .. ..

I' O 2T. $100,000.00:

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

,6. condition at the close of business March 28th, 1904. Below is a condensed 'statement of the condition

of the Fort Dallas National to which the public attention is called, showing continued increase

I in strength and business. i i


;' Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition the Fort Dallas National '

j I Bank at the close I'of business March 28th 1904, .

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:' AssistsLiabilities.: .
L and DIscounts. . . . .!. .
ns $163 955 :1-4: Capital Stock . . i. . .. . .$100,000 oo '
: . . . . . '
Overdrafts. 18
.1. 250 Surplus. . . .
.,1' . . . 2.000 oo

I U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . 25,000 00 Profits. . . . ", . . . 1.56972 :

l Premium on the same. . . . . 1.437 50 National I Bank I
notesoutstandmg. ... 25,000 oo :
. . . . ,
Dade County 5.00000 Deposits . . . . . . 262,070 I I
.- Banking House . . . . . 41.214'3 ; 93 i

U. S. Bonds owned . .$66'I 1; I "

:z Due from Merchants National ; : I 1

4 Bank ot New york. . .. 190 15988 i: I
c-- Due from National Bank' of ; "1
:" Jacksonville . . 18,39946 l I./ f

i. Due from Mercantile Ex- ; I :

r change Bank of Jacksonville 7.336.13 i ;

Due from Trust Companies of I

;" 1;I New York . . . .. 7,50070 E Ei I I

r j Due from State Banks and j i I iR

R I Bankers . . . .. 10,24908 ,i
Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.250oo .

i I!! Cash on hand in vault. . 33.26385 153,78360 "
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.Y" .
,i, $390,64065 ,,, ,I" 'S'

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I !J ". -lt1111l BARBS' STRENGTH IN DUVAL. I h

t. ; it HOTEL, (! ARRIVALS. AT THE CHURCHES 1 "i i Conceded That Clark and Dougherty : .I .I I . . . .. ... . . . . . .... .. . . . .

Will Divide Vote With Him. II
[: BAT VIEW... .1 TO-'i10RRO\Y\ \ I i Yesterday politics-.t was given to a I I

"' I lira! T. J. Hap p Mray ; A rMich.!lr-NI i I discussion of the Joint debate of the .
f. BUD sad w ire 1 Winchester. .; C.I wWW i l Congressional candidates OB Wednesday i

H. Winchester wife, Elkhart. lad. -iu. the Perpetoal Surplus I| night, says the Times-Union. .
T. L. Wilson. W ABea. St. Augus- will be the theme of Easier sermon Heretofore there has not been an I '
I tine. at the Prerbyteiian church tomorrow interest la the race for Congressbut
open . . . .
[moraine. The choir win slag "Why !I II after the meeting of Wednesday F . . . .
-l' PIONEER-: I Seek Te the Urine." and "Now la''' night It Is apparent that the friendsof I i
C A. Bryan: Qiitler; W. Psssmore.M. I ChrUt Evening service at aroused and
I RUon. the five aspirants are hoes -
Jacksonville; FJ I Baker Jensen. I II ,, 7JO p. m. (not at 7.15 ai heretofore); ,!that they Intend to work with. their .S Shoes J
I i sermon "Why Peter?" Special Carter 'coats off until the approaching primary. :
PALM HOTEL j : music ;. .
a A-Haxlelon sad wife Albany. N. : >
There were a great many who -
T.; J. D. 0'Tra"",". Maidenhead. Eng.ivffle at the First the streets :
Tomorrow morning JoLI tha j meeting on yesterday + > > : 1t
Jac ; Ella Carey > ,
P. U Conrta. E. church the opening hymnal will be who endeavored to claim thatIt
Margaret Carey.I .W.'Proctor.Clara Carey.Brook-Edna sung by :iUlarea of the Sunday school I was a jrictory for their respective j j ? )I I
i. Carey. Chicago + and it being the second quarterly candidate* The friends of Burrs were] J ,
I I meeting of the year. Her. Dr. Raderwill I free to adjnlt that he to not so strong: '- 0
--- preach and after the sermon the la Duval they have been led to beI1Ie'e11aDd ; :
BUCATNB. sacrament of the Lord'i supper will be I : :1 that Messrs. Clark and }: : '",
D. A. Graby and wife New Tort; J. administered. At 74S p. m. the pas ': are to divide the vote with ,,
B. MeFerroa. J. W. Dam Louisville; tor will preach on the subject The I I (
R. B. Thomas, Cndla. Ky.; J. C. DeaBett Folly of WorldU -." I{[ at was said In the Bam I .f i"
Midway, Ky.: Miss Marion F. | I II : .*.......... ..... .. .. _
j[i the candidatestrengthen ..
evident that .. .
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Morse. Barton; W. J. Benners, Wayne >t> t ...... .... .. .. .. . . ..
AT the First Baptist Church tomorrow I didI not his chances IB therasp i
lad.; Mr. And Mrs. George A. Thayer. the Pastor Rev. W. E. Stanton .His] attack upon the citizens ot !t! :
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:New York; Stephen R. Hewlett. Roslym. will preach at both atnrices. MornIng made promiscuously and j .,.
N. T.; (.Mre. T. TreadweU. East |' subject. "Death Abolished." ET B- Jac.8OD3"i and wltuout anything to :,
WlUlstoo L.; L; Ralph Worthlagtoa. tag "God's Message to Uoeee at the his wild statements, Injured :
W. Allen Key: 000000
Cleveland. OO5O, Bash" or God Not k God of the Dead his chances so far as Du- 0000000000o
'West; Lana_ Blackstoae. Ojus; 8. :, But of the LtTlng. val|I was .'while his appeal to ..
j"Flower, and ,wife Jackson. Tens.; W. There will be a special musical program : the, prejud c.-craeenae Ices of the people la a' progressive :H WHITE hoesooooooooooooc WENS
I!E.' David-r Boston. ; A. M. Vebber.Blrajiaghami including a solo by Prof. W. W. i' t< WB as Jacksonville has won : BLACK s LADIES 5hoesTAN
: Ala.DEATH Halt The ch vch has been decorated for him ID new friends. j :
I and It Is designed to make the services' A featu-e. of the meeting was tberj CHILDRENSoooooooooooooooooooooo
% ; both morning aDd evening particularly first appet ranee of Mr. Watson of ] :
-1 I ICraadisoa Interesting and ImpreeslTe. sage County., That gentleman ere-1 I| .. I .
Hughes Expires From 1000
I [ated a most favorable Impression and j >
Heart Trouble Yesterday. {: NET. SCHEDULE. ,,r;won a great many friends by his con- < ; ;
[I servatlsm and the manner la which !I
ii+ :
Graadlsoa: Hughes, aged about
he handled all the subjects he dls-
years and a uUft or WlUlsburg. Ky Two passenger trains a dy .s.:11 I ; :
died at Larkla'' yesterday morning at way BOW. One leaves Miami at i A. cussed. !I ., I, ,, "
In the report of Mr. Watson's speech :
of j ;
: failure. Deceased
11 o'clock.
other 7:40 P. M. Arrive
M and the
at be was quoted as saying he not In j
located I :
f can* .... months ago and .
at Miami at 11:15:, P. M. D 1:40 A. M. the race In his owa interest This ) OOOOOOOOOOOt1o
at Larkla where he operated a : a
; tact tana. was an error In the print He said he ; I I '
was not In the race la the Interest of LEATHER
lbs body ,was brought here by Uadertaker There seems to be a determination I j -;
H M. King sad ha beeaeabeJmed. ou the part of the partisans of Mr. any other candidate who was to be I ivoted : I LINEN S'hoes, i
for on May 10. This declaration : :
Two eons ot the deceased fielaon la the oU university light, to '
on the part of Mr. Watson well
/ was J CANVAS
_diac at WUliabarc hare been tel- keep up the nagging at the b nr-t of received. .
cnphed sad the body to being heldawaltlaf' trustees to the Bmu.. Now the point: I :

Invert ons OXKB. them.! G. "the Institution feat no president'Wen I Early yesterday morning Miss Meta
t I'
,. I wbat of It.' Th* school seems to Mabry. who lives at Lake JaduOIl.1 i 00000000000000000000000000
going on even tenor Its while crossing a cow Held eaconatereed x
ll way and we see no rotation for "rank a vicious cow who raa after her, All kinds of est :High Grade Shes.
:" r 1tinkrg., A L-The three paekJ outsiders" to dahh1 In the matur. and painfully hooked her several at
: which armd here at the MosonaheU'wharf and attempt to Mow the trustees ).-w times. Her many friends sympathize

they should run the ..t. oL Mr. S'-t- with her and hops that the .
: today. brought p f,000t Injuries f
K: .t te.ass ( treahitetweea t BOB or any other gmd: business rasa will not be. the cause of much suffer Scwcll Shoe Store
t-.a : would reseat seek Interference u. theconduct ,ing.-Tatlahaese Capital.
II eat ot their bs...... Let the
1 ......IIt! stag) : p.r. .ante rr-f : school sad the trustees .... and >hey =Of'the-4JOO paper mOto la the I ,; I _

.... Parkenkwr sad ru. win work out their ova .- ,- world Asia has but ---. and Africa 304 and 312-12th Si.

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