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

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The Only. Paper in South Florida Carrying Associated Press Dispatches.Vol. .

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I, No. 111. : !!.( to*... MIAMI, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY- APRIL 20 1904. tUShr: Price 5 Cents





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1 ,, I !I! Senator James P. Taliaferro, and Hof Robi W. Davis ,

Its Business Section Ravaged Turin Italy. April :11.-AtJout one Mobile. April W.-A special from I By Russians and Allowed

i hundred, miner baun buried byl Addressed Large and Brilliant Political, Gc thering. Bay Mlnnette.IBald..la: i county, Ala.,
says: Dock \.fIe. a prominent merchant for First Time
By Flaming Demoij. an avalanche near the village of ProRelate. -,i and assistant postmaster at Little to Front.
\JA violent storm U weeping .
I River was murdered last night by
: that locality. and It Is feared other s I I
'avalanched may follLw. MAYS KIRK AND ELLIS ALSO MADE SPEECHESAttentive I' negroes with the object of robebrr. .
'I I CALL. A posse was arranged and tw. negroes (
The entire popul&C'e of ProI.late'aad :
\ arrested. One hag confessed: the QUIET AT PORT ARTHUR
TEN MILLION DOLLARS a detachment of soldiers hare I _
I crime and Is .
i'' i lynching hourly expected.The
I gone to I the rent hoping to rescue I, I I
I I r sheriff has gone to the scene to
I some of the unfortunate men. Hearing Given to All(; the Speakers but T liaferro and prevent trouble. 1 I _

' 4Ibe Estimated Loss. dire Started I, SLOTWas i I :Davis Called Forth Unstinted b\husiasm..Y eting WILL SEIZE CUSTOM HOUSES.Powell And Russians Stm I Insist That a Japanese
2O.-Thl second
ncton. April
Yesterday and Burned All Nghl t round! of the Snioot Investigation begun I ; Held Under Auspices of DIY s- 'lia erro CI b. i Will The Not Advanta Let Foreigners e. Get ,I I Cruiser Was Sunk and Two __

here today before the senate committee I ,
r li flames, and elections. Damaged April IS-SUrmishiiq ,
-Fire Chief Caught : Ion privileges) San Domngo. Aprij 20.-Called

lo lofi It was announced that several wit-, l! tM reception accorded Sfona tot their a nor ladU6 IIIId ability States Minister Powell i!Informed the Going on at jVahi River and Decisive >
Had to Jump from the Top a I'I, nesses ,jwill. 'be hearjl 1 before the adJournmeot Taliaferro and' Hon. Robert W. Davis,'I( and he YOred ao poll T which dead- Minister of Foreign Affairs today that V

BaMng and Esc Wltb I a:j| of congress, and It Is practically ;,I with the other gentlemen :Jaccompany" sued uwtJon! ud who b forbade \jtheambiUdys In the ''event of any foreign power attempting Engagement Momentairiy

1 aped I Certain the committee will meet Ing them as their guests at Horticul-. young mad the to force a settlement of the 1

Broken Leg.r t 1 liD Salt), Lake City oij July 18. to con- tural Hall last night could not hav I I battle bid 01 life to reap the just re- I claims of Its citizens thus excludingthe Expected. '

}I time taking evidence. been other than gratifying tb the distinguished -I wants 't' h.. energy capacity for claims of other nationalities, he ,

i I r--- t gentlemen, rand 'Indicated accam on. Morga t F1ac1.r ud would In the name of his Governmenttake .

j'lT WEST VIRGINIA DEMOCRATS. unmistakably the overwhelming sentiment ., Rocket er were poor t] young m.a.i i Immediate charge: of all the custom -

;,4 April % 1-Ten million ioi-I I I Charleston. W. Vt1 April 20.-The In favor of these faithful and and thf have done more to help the houses of the Government place New Chwang April JO..-C orrespoa- V..

Ian ira property In,! the business led >State convention is belie held here today efficient public servants that prevailiIn I poor as| middle class c.t{[ people of.this II' -each a military guard and protectthe dents of all the leading'' French I

tk of the city baa'been destroyed{ by to elect four delegates at large this community.The country: than any other agency, same In the interest of the United Italian. British and American newspapers

fire. which raged from late last en- and fourteen delegates to the national ban was filled to its utmost capacity .. cause llhey, have tarnished be-j States creditors, basing hit action upon
and the Associated Press mew.
tag to t|: o'clock this .morning i. pen convention, every inch of standing room which Jet to work the brains the recent decision of The Hague tri
the flames were gotten under ,control.I Contests are Metal waged pn the being occupied. The new seats recently hands thousands. Sir. Call spoke bunal. The energetic and decided action were allowed to proceed to Mukden .

The area Burned Is over three U iks i iqueston of electing. !Delegates 4 and on placed In position accommodate: of theTaJlafe effective work done by Mr. II of Minister Powell has greatly re- yesterday.' I
lone and from a half to "two blocks' ,the question of endorsement and instructions. four hundred people, and there wen -o In securing ''an appropriadon lieved the present situation.. By such These are the first correspondents a

to width. Only one man Is musing, It U, not ,probable the delegates at the very Ion est estimate tha< 'many fo Miami's harbor, and he pre- action all foreign claimants will stand admitted to the Russian lines since

and It Is believed that be perished in I will be instructed.. more standing 'the hall and stationed I dieted hat here would be one of the I upon an equal fouting. ,i the declaration of war.

the 1&..... at every avi liable coign of vantage most Important seaports on the Atlantic !! I

Chief Thompson of the Sre: dapartment [ Two: ''W E S'MORE on the outside Many ladles graced: I coast. He was not In favor of the Qt'IET AT PORT ARTHUR
was caught In the flames1 and the occasion, >ut the percentage: of because it Is destruc :

bad'to jump from the top of a build- 1 voters was IlU1'e.MId their Interest was Prim.l..m.: and the people's I Port Arthur April :>-All Is quiet ,

rag, escaping {with a broken; leg. ( ; displayed by the splendid order preserved workings the peopleare I i throughout this district It is !persistently >> f

*> Appeal.for:|aid were set to'London- I I and the close attention accorded not allowed to express their Individual aiuprtrd that a Japanese cruiser

Hamiltonj Montreal aad Buffalo. Special Will PracllcaOy each of the speakers. references, but the muter is i, I' was sunk off Port Arthur in the engagement -
And the Tomato Crop With View of Reducing Fire Insurance .
train started at once from these Pending the arrival( of the speaker arrangsJftar them by a few politicians. I: a April U.: and that the Jap-

.' .olata bat It ,was long after; midnight t be Done 1ThosatI i the crowd was kept la good aaotor by afjs* lttilto, who decide whcMJ, : Costs' aneoe armored cruisers Nanhin and

when the first train arrived.' splendid music furnished by the BIsesyne names shall go: on the ballot: and under Kasuga Here damaged.

Orchestra. About 8:00: o'clock the system It Is out of the question I I
TWO DESPRRA' 'E TTA EMPTS. I! the speaker of the evening arrived 'for. poor man to think of ruDe I

I I Presort i Nmber Gars are I Ij {and were escorted to the stage by I ang for office. Mr. Call referred to t .1.1I Mr. fabr RtpresMttoa the Sodeaslerll\ London. April 20.-A dispatch fromSt.
Chicago.: Aprfl 9.-ftteie Neider- 'I| President Bylngton of the Davis and I help he bad obtained from, Mr. Morgan I .
Petersburg that it U reported
carl barn bandits j Ftrwar1 Ddt-PtoeapfJe ;i F. S W. la his efforts ... lh.b. akre
meier. the leader, ol I .the Gobs Taliaferro Club. Icon Morse to .t.> a suburb Tariff. AssocbtkM Commtofl there that a Japanese force has b enlanded

condemned to He on the gallowsFriday. Flier, chairman of the County Exee- ),and a technological school, and mentioned -
Comes Next. New
I Crops near Chwang. ,
made two fssperaU attempts tlve Committee, and others. There many Instances of Mr Morgan Sow fMr TNt .

at suicide tbdat. His1 condition: as aresult I I was a ripple of applause when Colonel generosity and kindliness He closed I II I' i SKikM13fl1NG ON

is to ''precarious s that! K,, is feared I'' I Bylngton In a few effective words. with a beautiful tribute to the ladlies I -- I AIU'I

be will not survive. Should be still tomato I trap 1s now on Its 'last Introduced the first speaker "one : pre >nt and sat down amid : Seoul. April j j 2O.-The Japanese &8-

S'&alive next Frld ,."he will be carried I whose record Is (known not only In appl iuse. prolong,} Taylor the representative, of the IhoritlpK admit that constant L
!and the next two weeks will seeThe I
to the callows and executed, Kelder- I I I. Florida but throughout the nation: C lonel Bylngton next Introduced Soulheaul Tariff Association who was] >kirmit> '"' going on between the
attempted Suicide shipping t thing of the past. Sea tor James here several dais ago adjustlag certain hg ilaimthere
meter planned his one of Florida's most distinguishedand P. Taliaferro ax 4 opposing ** on the Yaiu.tmt

carefully. First. :' be masticated and t. Although declining there a"'l' | still! a most faithful public men--4he man known by his deed. H* Insurance matters and who, Is now has i1| no decisive action yet

wallowed the beads of seventylfive number of cars going North dally from Hon. Wilkinson Call. said' the Senator was. here ss the In Key Wext. ks expected to return j though Urh a. engagement U exp...:td -
I r- I chairman guest of the Davis here to relate the city and reduce the ..
I or one hundred ]sulphur matches. vicinity and from I fort Mr. Call after thanking itbe and Taliaferroo at any moment A.thstl'
While phosphorous! was burning his I Lauderdale for his faltering Introduction Club to give an account of his mewl UBiirance rate 1 If! possible. forces trust I EN in d

stomach be stwed sit the radial arteJy | and section. Prices are and the Davis and Tal.'aferro! Club for ardxhlp and that he would hare heel Thin wail 11!! I- 'lore if Mr Tailor finds'' It m ....fMtfrnatetl the Runnian have

of his left wrist wlih a sharp point* I reported : unusually low though the the opportunity of addressing the here koooer bad be not declined to the "au>r pressure, number' and size 'Iftr Oiimitaoii men on the Yalu.thougb |

lead pencil. 8>riklig a bone in trie shipper to far have suffered but little people said that he took: no part In nezlect the peonte's' hn..'lne.* In thJ of matnil number of fire hydrants, to-i the wildest rumors are afloat, largely

wrist be gavejup( frying to| sever the loss oil: consignment Fourteen can: the unfavorable) criticism of Messrs. Interests of his candidacy. <; nelu.T Wuh toe e uippage of the fire from Cotton snurc>fO, wb. <'h are absolutely

artery, and turned its weapon to the I mere shipped yesterday' from Lauderdale Taliaferro and lavls Indulged In bY After thanking the members of the]I Ii department, etc, sufficieat to saccess- unreliable.IN .

Urge veins on the e iiterslde of his left and i several more will go out today. some of fheir
forearm and if Ida tabs sad a sewsew ; I II contrary commended them to the people .i sat h a splendid meeting !''I..n-I j 1usn4 III'SSI; AN II IJ.'I'' ,

motion be lareerajed the flesh and | Following the tomato crop will 1 1I of the State for their past performances. ator Taliaferro turned at once to the I I ,' 1 1I r
>\MMK; TO THE ) ; Toklo. April Irt. One thousand tu.. i
muscles of the'trmjand tire open the I come the pineapple season, though j He took no part In the subject matter of his addrwx and i -
jsied Is to be later this Institutions : spoke with j th4Elec-I xian truopx are reported In oicupntion
Wins, leaving a ,large wound lit reported i attacks upon the and a directness a manifest Almost Entirely to ; I Itrtc .
of Yang Jin, F".a.t..ru Corer
exposed through which the blood than usual The outlook Is good for agencies for Pro Pt'ltty! : which were |sincerity, and a mOtl..raUotibat appealed I Motors. I Iuihncton. -

gushed tn streams, dyengj his bed an unusually large yield of' these fa-I the natural outgrowth of, our advanced : to all. His record. he |said. Is I ta>'hment of forty ruwiorkx. apt id.
1 the second tnm; at Yang Jin.
clothing aa j they burned the Jai" *. .t
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all Boor n fcnols. I 'I attacks Indulged In by certain gentlemen I ''I{ SHIPMENT i lfnay and took ixwpl-Ksion ..C the and
His second !, attemDt! came after the, FIRST OF on the men who ', bad created 01 1 that Record. It ban bees the cus- ; .ho. while) in JUOa<'ola. matte > last

wound bad |been dressed and closeff 1 FLORIDA PINEAPPLES I prosperity: and he pointed to the workof tom of tie Democratic ratty unbroken I Ian I ivestlgatlon of the damages. to the t..I"fIr&i-b offiiesAs .

by the count>i physician., {Neldermeirtwas -l :;; Mr. Flagler on the East. Coast of I | Rlncel the dais of reroiHtmctlon. '9, MIss.> ouri. has made a verbal repu no Jmi-! troops are prtwentlh "
The first ship of Florida pineapples I I : e Corean oflcl\iala l are a-tirg veryfriendly
lying! apparently unconscious I ii Florida as an Instance of what wealthIn to give aj second tern to those elected to t le Secretary of the Navy which I Iindii !
will be North tomor- to hi Russian
the hospital under a PaTd..1care.IHI.: | Shipped| I the binds, of such men could create. to the fffice of renatoi. fhas. w. ates that the damages; to that .
: night Chase t -
row by Harney.
right | hand were hidden Ishardly I He defended crusts and combines In lopes was given two terms., Mr. C.III] t- I. ex a result of the recent explosion ,
the bed ding, apd with' .1 I The pines are from the plantations their proper limitations! ( and said If I! had been elected. for three term.; Mr. are confined almoct wholly to the ; WONDERFUL, IK""I TRI'E.

'dlscernble he'isllppedacea the ban- 10C!, IreonM Sweettns, Tom Sweating I' they 'overstepped their bounds the Pasco for two terms and Senator Mallory I' elect re motors In the vicinity of the -I II
jmotion wlU and ''J. H and J, K{ Russell\ The fruit Exiert| Thinks He Tan I'revent IvDr -
off pl. left arm. and hissharp Amp remedy was. applicable to themas bad just been returned for a w I! expl wlon; that the wiring, panels. In- ,

finger nails !tore away the i Its well < rown and' of large variety\ < men and women-the people i mud team., Notwithstanding! this nn- ttru cut, etc.. In the turret proper I phoid_F.ve .

threads In: the wound, and Inserting, They are being crated today> and are hid the power and should make broker$ precedent, be did not ask or will" require renewal, and that ail motors I ,
George: T Moore an *'
sufficient to make [a full tarJoad. rape n-
his forefinger Into the ragged hole laws jio' restrain them. He cited the I claimeelertion$ solely because of this'' will require overhauling as a reiof I I
nwte.1 I with the Department lot kgrin'tiire. : -
be worked again' at the veins and' Flags Hinting and advertising m.tter fact tilt last ,year the Southern States rule f h* bat not given satmsfactuuni | unitConfined the damage either from fire or I
i Washington..] D. C.. is ale -
that It contains the lint'.hlPmeatlff
soucbl to ,reach an artery'! |He unconsciously stating [ produced |1.6t\ 0.wwlo.sl\ of exports and i In discharging the duties of his office maltr. The rammed I of the left-hand ,
uttered a groan sad ,Florida\ pines ,will '('()- j that this vast production was rendered then the rule should not apply In his gun i la seriously damaged, Ifkewixe'' 1 I. gel to have discovered! s psrstloa
+Ja'ie'a rate crr, and will be i big add for I whim:b wIll, destroy th, trphoW and
convulsive movement, which possible by t lei modem, methods and I case But if he bad don. as well; a* the eft-hand ammunition car and lit-I| mali/ria/ ',
Mla I arid the East Coast as It journeys prrm kill mnyuito.eThe
tracted the Ph.d..uM; aa the cheap tn Deportation made available those mho had preceded him. If his, tin g4. The hull structure Itself suf-1 (
preparation In
many re-
guard and throwing. back the ccverMs Sort hward. by the combination of wealth. He | work In the Senate compared favor fem no mtteria) q I Hembles; and by some Is said So be theIlordraux
the attendants saw with. hoi row contrast wity N..ld"rrel..r's assoin i did not favor aj railroad, commission ably with theirs, then this rule was at''' It I/estimated I that the cost of repair
I I mixture, which has brt.H
that Neldenneter had, torn tway the elate, Gu tav ;Marx. which was art purchasable a* any least entitled to consideration Hs! ,..mlhe! about $10.000./ ( r.- .
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bandages and I reopened th< w de.Neidermeler Tbi letTiere er says other body of Caen. but held that the 'opponents claim that he s a railroad,"1 I .
:u s s.d tiees free t: n it i -R : various
opened his eyes, and frith|i are four reasons why 1 people should deal" with the railroad candidate, that he Is under the control I FREEZING WEVTHER. I
a leering wan 'smile, udal ed: lit I should my own life: First because directly through'! les-sbwkm.! ( AH power' 'of the railroads and the colp.raI I i i-I '
'I The department
1 j .' baa been experimenting :
me die Doe. Co away and 11 me of he public boast that I could should rest will the. heopte. He told' tloDS. He never had any connection :,
day report a heavy snow fall and dam- with Impure water where the i
Tom were almost too ,late the not com t suicide while I am so : the story of a frank I I..bo visited the 1 with. a railroad except as a shipper. I
dle'l to fruit in Western Kentucky. At diseased germs and mosquitoes breed.
time. Now w ly do 7011 try to| i closelycannotcl garded: _e, ana mat great banker. Rothschild, and Insistedon anal he had received the same treat-1!I':age end
''several points the fall of snow Is sixInches II has had results of which! it will
my life r ''I| eat the scaffold; third, that an equal dvjsion' of the wealth of I I I I ment: as other shippers. It.... true i iI ,
ilvulge nothing at
deep and freezing conditions present Dr. Dar-
W.Jetter written brl Neldermelerl' they caaiotpolice say they executed me and! the world. The!! banker bad his clerk I I that he did not go over the State In a '
prevail. lington. the commissioner of health
tor to the i ttempt at suicide was made me t> y for a crime; fourth to' figure .p the wealth of the world and demagogic spirit seeking to stir up ''l!

found conceal In ".I{cos in Ole have another, mystery for the Ignorant ascertained what was the equal shareof I dissensions and dividing thoxe great ,':, BUZZARD IX" ST. LOUIS. j tt New York were, where tried. some Is not of believern the experiments

letter the writ T incidentally expreps- to solve." each Inhabitant, and as a result !forces which should work together In April a
I' St. Louis 7 0. A
severe snowstorm the efficacy of the .
ed repentance for bin career, and be : The let *r concludes as follows: It 'of the calculation, handed the dissatisfied the State's development The peoples, new discovery I
Is raging here today, which! I! He, with other experts, says that It Is
regrets leavlai th4 few who have seems T pleasant to have this ever man s shilling. Uealth. Is the of Florida required capital to develop i']1'nth a sharp wind baa assumed .
I mpowlble
proportions ; to make bad water fit for
loved him bu ehiimorbid flv the letteV i! Is a, lastingatheist oyment of rest I am ac accumulation orb; many of these man thin wonderful and tile '
resources of a bllxxard. Street traffic
Irinklng. It Is
cation'cowmge 1of the tyad do not believe la lhares U the hands Coast ;' as alleged the prepara-
gloril rlter'sj any retake i of each as could beautiful East of Florid is an Is
Impeded and railroad
trains de- floe Is able to do
and t is fora.Ity to'h ) :kia4.'llgtom.I i I'I 'accomplish: this I result .by reason {of ( pace.) ;layed. et the liquid. putting aaJ'Walato

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T 6KMEKALMTATfe: : 'IDIBLrCTO I ktw.rnethy. J. C. King, H. 11Nhby For county Commltteeman CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.,

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nartrL"ry eg unite- H.I C.aelord: F 'I D. W M. Lelller, C. D. W. I. METC t.r. Mrs C. Peterson CIS Lake St. 1

l'.mptrl.rnab.; C..i r...... : j !I...b. F C McDoDald. J. Aretine. : I W. H. ROSSEAU.. jI'
r..r. -..1110ft. ....kll, Kansas, says: "Of all the eokfft
> A1tawt4 r... ali. N. "HltBjM W. ld. lanud. W. t.ington. T. J. HAYGOOD. '
.trrdr 04 l'u"I"Iuotrdjoa;; -w'm Partial List of the Candidates I
L. ah.ats.R I E. T. -"It'rrllt. Z. T. ,I I. I. HARDY.remedies, Ballard's Horehound Syrup.

r,t .1 worn'...m........,.,,,..'11.11., .t.tr..1gIi.u r :... ",tL.nr.-Rg...l."".1..1".8.\.,.1' t tt 1'11.1.1.". Icy d.E., B.. L.DL It''ers.1..lIer.. G.ci...i' aedge. to 'be Voted 'For in This O. ('QDRI GTO JOHN MULUKHJ.JOHN HARP. (II. my favorite; It has done

,. r.OoI- br bar 14.1.. .f ........Vtrolkr. srv..uptiener I.l I. n. c. Morse. Fred W. A. ROCKER JR. I do all that Is claimed for It-
'''otaltOR.'''' t ( 'w..Jj..f Aa Jig..In. Gounty at the Primary W. A. FILER. I
'i I I P J JI 'Vi. JOHN M BRYAN anf
of Eduiduu I' Isetu4r, ....t.*. G. D. lCjIOre. T. I c. D. LEFFLER. ily cure all roughs and colds-
.. J. D. CLOtGH..
.< .drl,: Tr.a)u'.r at ) M Donald, \}. II.
sal 01 r .Ut-or e) dine. J. t. i I Election.For W. J. SHONE

sui-n....." Jf*4..1......r...|J(*"ttuiMii"11,1/) l .* Ih.uowrnoiw .., .. .' 'I>. ckus, F. W. M"Klnnon, d. A. I I JOHN A. HENDERSON. I I). C. BROWN. f so sweet and pleasant to
..< tf a "'.% Sr-tn w fr'. *IITIWT < L" W. E. ANDERSON.::
a. .uiBiit> k* .lf<4 A't:| n. tore antl MiinuteixlMit I! lactu aD. E. V. 1'elllOn i i&lne I I- j c. W. HILL. I ::+;C. 5Oco, SI 00 bottle. cold by
'' : :... Edjn J. W. ADAMS. r
I! *d l Iul Pa-l Ilrliiitrtui'Hur t -Ifl ... .",......r ........... W. II. P..k. R. II I J G. W. Sl'LLIVAN. I Cross Pharmacy.
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I ....... 4'1'irii. jUW i .r ....\ .....81.+ oben. I. Prout. I Democratic -
of the
the Information ( i
I of AfTkaltiuv I eatbam. J. H. Patterson, Lonrad. : J. N. WHIT.NER.
i "t.ol.O.*iBi.'-*. R., voters of the county a sample --T
J. Aurlioh.. Allan Rrusand. I j JOHN Q SMITH. For Best Meats and Choicest Pout -
V PKH1KH I HTJflH; :.'[ baJlot U printed below, containing a yi
G. P. HE\LY.
: J. G. Rbodes
r it.. ';,JiAiiM: : \.tire.Y. lark. P. C. ROlle. C. I'ake. nartlal Hat of the candidates to be voted A. C. BLOl'NT JR. i i I .:. GO TO .:.
t' R'J" for at the coming i
it. ..,.. '"-i G&IIton Reilly. J. : primary. I H H. IcCRE.'RE. \. I
r Uor immu.'tt..a. F.. 4I ) 1,4 .1 ntdr! al t There pill be other names tp add as C. H. Raulerson
to O.rut4Jr-' : $ ...11'a' ....e' I II ugtas. E. B. Rusb. 1> B. N DI{ IICK.I ; & Co's.,
... the time does not expire 'until April '
'" I r. rn. J. K. Rumph Ed.rwin ,\. I i I H W. LONG. I I ..
I .1' I Inloe. la .bleh candidates qualifyand
slat may
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"PMt t. 1f.1'} W. W. Raulersun stxoot.They

i- 4iP. T>: '''11"i. J... k..-,r '111. Dr. G. Rumph Gt'Oi ballot!r names put on the, ballot. For Member National Committee-I 1ft1'th an.d .A.'Ve. D
......... 1issell I at
:3. L'Y.4 I Saiford. Lanagan v1f. The !! *hen printed I
.t.I. G. C.
11. fOI flee J. B BROWNE, Ii |
Li., ....CItr.t :- 4uf. j R. 8. Sewell, E. (1.'rederiek. i I he lettion mill be more as C GlllDONfr, Carry a Full Line ofi

4.$4E1 ;put .r. I + i..t lN'tQ J. S. Saxelby. J.4a: long as this one as here are to be rules {j
: 11"1 F. W. Florida
I. '. 1.4.1. W ltkit. ....". .... ,' 'r..n&. I. 8. 6ulzner (;. fr'. beRween each name and blank lines J i and Western Mea s.
n I'vnl.i- I I
'I IJaml'S 'on which to write other names.Voters .
I rlark A. P. Smltb. JulluIIrtman .
amps. .riir"
I, I For Judge of Circuit Court-Seventh They established the meat business here in i8t,6.Wilson's
F. B. can begin practicing oa marking April .
RAIL44,4O'OM Stoneman. i I i
.. ...,- 1. drph :C '. R Sulzer A., EiauUer. a cross mark (X) before the names | | CircuitMINOR I

JJB. H. Bur-Bmwn.C.I..ttJe btu-) wr. Cbin. lrm" f n. ,I T. N. Sb.np-han !oi. eat he candidates for which they Will S. JONES. I"" r
I I Ii
J. L. M.S..,. J..I"I I I IK. S. John' I wish vote. '
... .. .. .. rabam. Sewell. to
C. I>.-... S li- ". I I i -
B..t..w.r.'t. Mil I .t l ItIII., 'tf of the Itt.ard ''arthlldl. C. H. ,.mour. R. IL'ranlinR. I ., For States Attorney-Seventh Circuit i Noyelt
,------ I J. C. 8.lelle. J. P.allatt. ,I CfcCIL. G. BUTT | }

4 Ir I ; F. Shaw H. B. I For United States SenatorWiLKINSON JOHN C. JONES. I

C Jeba B. tit. 't1. .. ,t.'f.1 t. &uUer R. B. Taylor, R. Rrimng. I i CALL. ,; onxs

i KL. AI 1 H A. )1. Turnage, J. L !' I WILLIAM S. JENNINGS. I For State Senatof-rllth District Is now I In, operation! and ready toeelve r.-

d Embraclq c'B'r'. &h .. u'-' I Irtman W. H. Talatn, B. B. I J. N. C. STOCKTON I !ol. S. SAMS. orders .
..IJ F. )I. :
H E. 1 j. lttmi.'k. Rr4 "t'DE I1.LF I I ''J HUDSON: WOOD I i1'O\'ELTlES.

C OLVTT EI RIt.ENTA IV I. I' I..r. J. G. Wat.tk. C. H. I nepreeent ttve In Congress-Sec Window an j door screens, win OW 3

.4 3r ,,{.JC:.... F tori.t II I. W111am.Vbo/ ton. F. H.herington II ond Congressional District For the |-egi; latur< and dor frames: store fixtures iialr 1
t UJ1,+ I t''Oon- oru'J!: M. White, E. LI I ,J. E. ALEXANDER i work Inside rimming of all kino L

.,Jul AU 3.H.pw:Vi' .l- I J ,.r. A- E. Wall T. A.L i J. M BARES, BENJAMIN- SUTTON.I : <
R. S. F.d t.
.D.-J "daa4.ra.' awI.a
'o dy ..... ... bred.x. I W. W.lIa1er.. H. T. I
ei....Vln'UN........C i1 uae.tt.IIiro..t/I..rol......_ F. W. ,.. O. A.rbes I FRANK CLARK Clerk of Circuit Court i e WILSONi (h.i .
n. worlt
HI rl -Julie Frubrk. Mlani.k. I J' E. C. DEARBORN.
C .fTa=(+-n.... J. Hm.Ier. t'ueoatL W. D. \\:11-,11.: J. I. II 1 W. P. WATSON. J. S. FREDERICK. i I riAxa A, J
useA.rs.ar. 1- I I J. W. Woodworth. J. F.
of Tazr.- ."mlth.'MtamL I Z. T. MERRITT. "
Tr. Mairt-fC.:U. Riulrnt. .. ]tort.o4ut' : lies. JL Eo W14n. R. S. I
*uj.TiDlfoJrtt" ol fuMw, ..!It,.... A. J. Zlm4nl.s, C. 1.II F. r .uf-lce it Supra< tu Cojrt-Six R. M SMITH. Are You
Going ?
KMZ.T. Sl.rri |llWlla Vnu.Bulrd to
', at oui tyEn I..I__ -den. wLau.bart.Cbau Tears I E. L. V'HITF i
Palm 3.F.. Cto II A DA."DYFOR rL'RNs. 1
R. F. t.
her. 7ryNer a.. E. Mr..w, 'uII....
Jnk..xw.IL '4.4i1: 'J. .... I. 1 For If
it need
F C.1 Wn. ark ae4'auditor Of :' r. Bergln Eg1D, writes: "I SheriffJOHN FROHOCK. so, or you building material of n7 r
r. Rear4.Ylam4CItCCITCO. It. For Justices of Supreme CIrt'ote kind you should not fail to see
+. R j'F" ENTII jrpicuiCIRCE e used Ballard'. 11' Llnlmnt; for three)- J. R. ABRAMa I ,
IT. ape recommended It mr friends. JOHN R. ONEAL.

1 u 8I"n,_.!ft.) s I am conlldent the Is no better R. S. COCKRE J. M. WILLIAMS.For r
(1rreltJed4P-tlltlur( Joae..TNwV1lle.Pearetina '.. ,, T. M. SHACKLEF(MtD. j
: burnL' Those
A\t.otaf'J II. Jkoaw.aDd.* ade. .It I. a dandy fo J. McDonald & Co
Cl- .4C...*...-'-& C t> 'arN m. Ml_.. lib live on farms are ally liable J. B. WHITFIELD. County Treasurer
F.a: T_.41 1! C.rrnli Cdlirt reuret..a ua FtrsI. .
f ',I. 1loada'. Fourtb ) TmSoMBrir.Mirtl any af'"ldental cuts urns brulsea' C. II. RAVLERSON.
; ..
cite" T.r e Arc Ifill. Itil'b For GOYertlurI ,
K..u, 1..prIl. heal rapidly .tn Ballard' BEN H. DOSTER. .
DADS C0rXTY OUaT.c..u. I i, nOw" I Liniment in It should B. BRO WARD, I Dealers ID .rPOWERS': latll;' 1I1..In. Xo.ldl.p ea.'.... Brick. u..

."IIIdAu.,. 1':. I1.rri Y.oet.rn.etitlag !I> Iwayp be kept In the !rhuse for eases C. M. BROW. For Tax Coll l lector- I Plaster Hair Etta
A wr.'y-J r.jOoaa.) l"... MkmldM.T fu.oo R. W. DAVIS.' T.4 tJftI..A...... D sad lab arem4..
."' "" JI...! I.Ja iwriR4ar ;,emergency. !+c. SOc bottle. W. E. NORTON.: .
pri...T:1trr<< X.", ,.4kJu1T.1 I For sale by Red Crow armaty.dw R. B. McLENDON.
F.mmer rtntM** '' _rtr.t Mo"d. | tteeotwrl W. G. J>E ERRY. MEAT MARKET.
Ftr Secretary of SaeJ. I .
& Vil4t.
I 'I I I erehant In a ate. eduntya E. B Q Q N F

H.W'Uf b4....'a.-.tt... ReIcI-'.. !lo sold malt f'xtraJt a compound H. C. CR Ti'FORD. II !,i i,, T. N. GALTIER.For ,
Choice lines of '
Florida and Western Meats.
CHCt'B't } DtK.1TfllIT.8A mr-nllfat'lul'Pd. by the Ida Brewing B. F. IRK 'fi j Pork.
County Assessor of Ta_
"'........r lt.-rw l eqd 'ItIa ..re.t- f' ml any of this city. b s been indict.J I BCTLERl Sausage 'Hams, Poultry etc. i iII.

,. .....very_ Ne rioral.y rhwk.meretn&ptlc' sill a'rleebf Vounttll'l. i .. by khe grand; Jury that countytc Far Attorney General GEO. O. 21tH ""f.'tE WIAUL FLORIDA.
r-.piw euadsy t'.". Bi > f> a.a. ........ .......1.$ ....... intoxicating (quor without I W. H. ELLIS. CEO L. MCDONALD.
...-. ,
C. L. .
W'.4ae.daT .Ido' Ara XIMANIES.For
I..... .tf ..... l'l..n.' .... The grand Jury ...bkh.-. In j A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS. I; I .

It ... Itro-art. 'TNTt4rT'er, Ave. I: ._Ion last week took tlmooy ron
....C $ at-.Y'II' m,.54UWrdnr. Prosecuting; Attorney fREDK. s. MORSE
day at 1 Jm., (mi" t.y M..boc III Ie u mTfearb4'I !:"f'rnlnl the effects of tb -malt" which For ComptrollerA. : H. F. ATKiNSON ,
t am.: Epr a'_!1'" .' '1"1 I C. ('ROO r.i .
a.. b ..tflt> p. IlL a. F LtaW. ....... has enjaned a large "I In that see.tr : JAMES T. SANDERS
I anti decided that It 'all an IDtosll.atlnlt '
; : ROBT. R. TA1 LOR.
E.f'w nt.Onwr (Trine. .SJ stderr.t : liquor. A. a reoo it. a batch of i For State TreasurerW. i REAL ESTATEOlflcrs
twat! II O'M k. riaada I
......."I : Prea.b at I 4' TJ ... mdletmrnts was retu eel and the V. KNOTT !
.I. .. r. For County Judge- .
l.w.utb" aai, t Jnnl a KpMnrt 1 ,
Je.Icrs who have been IIIng the 11'1"
.4. t.-.ne.t .ire i P.a.mr..tint la-eta A. E. HEYSER.i
_' .-iSi it I-6i v...... I' : ra.tnrseem .. I', :lId will have to stand I 1&1 In the dr- For State Superintendent of Public In- i 1 B. SAUNDERS. Jr. up stairs -.or. Ave. C and li: tb t.Miami. .

I tn" colt ('(", rt. Judge Wall and State Attorney struction .

Krrvc-M] rniiic r T.ra Prarrrppp t'J 4 n ehwt." : sal riundsMMa.K 1011. i,I PhIlliptt have turned borne I ', W, II. HOLIX" A Y. FIr Justice of the Peace --- Dade Co., Florida.
-Tenth Dis
r-y nlnjir-prw/ .",: wedne.day j J W. N. SHEATS. ,
... after holding the to of Manatee!
; :JII H"'ly 11th.H every 8r. trl.t-
I .....ot.a..a M w'h. Pr! ...*ictRlTvr dblydpead. ." i.LIt1e i. 1 ".urt at which these In laments were I '-
< ....-.Ir..nd .n,1 yan A' roo- : tS I ILl..
nl frMw a' a. ..... X r" a. Rcto.in found. Many {Int..U g tares weretried For Commissioner of A cultureI -- .
tism V Le 1711 .t. ;.rd A .luT'nr! ; the .tf'nD. the moat Imwrtant I B. E. McUN. LARGEST!!
..:J aow4av;ot MtR. 11aet.w'a ,
'''t''foll 4.7 e'rtaa'! '* "f t. : l..ing; that of negro named Fdr Ju tt-e of the Peace. 13th District !
I IJ. I" 1/C- raaq.! ra.4M : mall 'I ho a'ae .otf'nr td ten yearsIn For Railroad Corarolimkner HENRY J. Bl'RKHMtDT.Constable "t"r"ir
t'aa.Tte .Ilarr7I.sz4T. DOP' alI I ,. the penitentiary fo as9sult with B. L. MORGAN. I t;, \ .: v. .
a.r.lmd ,
A. n tirPT (ri atalt.T 1r.ls ,
',Jlatal 1Iu...Ii..1 I ''I I i iOr intent to r...... 8tatf1 A orney Phillips ;I -- Hay waFttu!: acd RrlL'ie: :: J.TRESI1 VEGETABLESYachting

MIAARI_ )I I'r.Ndnt TRADE. !! I stater that every defend nt who bad atatr ; For Adjutant-General I tr !IiG.' S CHANDLER I r-II' r

: I-'T r I this e..ot-Ided. J. C. R. FOSTER. I I i
.t term as I
TTlAlmm M BrownFim ALLEN THOMAS.For I I Trade a Specialty :
Vtrf-Pr... T.j I V. Monrq. while the only priaone who showedup F'i.r Supervisor of Registration

tatfiHl Vh. '! aid-'t.} ,.. E. Lommrs without( an attorney "U acquitted I [J. C Bl'RTESHAW. '

s- TKMSmvrJB S.vtetary.iE-: p-'Taloht' "jAtL',; i,' I 'Tampa Ttlhunf'. State ChemistR.. .E.-ROSE.. i 11 ', M. V..I IGOODE. I E. L. Brady & CO.\+,<

Board of G4uenrorPV )(. Bn>wn.t I [ :
TllJIonre. 'l.lE. L mnwS. A. E )l.y- I MAKES A CLE. SWEEP.There's For Presidential, Electors F' >r F County Suite)intendent of Public I C-s..OCER.Be: ; I

aas. Jl. B. Mr.. \V. !: Hahn WJ# w. I I I InlllrurUon-
"">...11. ( I H,. a BAILEY. ;;:CIi2C =-=.
KHIJ Jolhn" L i nothing tike doing a thing R E. HALL.

1 TAXDISa: COMWTTEES4m. % i "1 thorouKbly Of all the Salves you ever I I T.iA., JENNINGS, JAMES]) C HIRRIS. i CorCT. ?- 2D ari d. Twelfth: : St.
LAF ti-.fA.paW. R i. tt S L: J. B. C. KOONCE I ,
"" ''j.mesTfTrikK Kj, H.: heard of. Burklea'aj Arnica Salve {bl, A B E. B. KING.
W_1.>,}. O. '. the best. It swap,\ away and cure j : -----r
BRIDGES-Bailey."' B. II.; B coS. F burns sores bruise, cuts, bolls. 101-! I I F. B. 8TONEMAN. County First I

W.: Hsbn.j!- R.. n... C-l.; Fr .J.rkk.HEA cars skin eruption; and piles It. I 01.11'tF Commlwloijer- I
J w. j l'i For Delegates at Lente F. W.
National Convention Frr
TRiD' EANITARTJ.eit.nn.J only !><<, and Kuarateed; to Rive satI C. AICHER.M I k HAHNi

M. Jr.: Pwut. W. W..1 EP_)<' oil- i fact Ion. By all ntsta. R. JOHN3ffir I II'

1f' pIe: i 1a.asna, R. 9: .J.I... H. M. i dw I I I I T. J. APPLETARD
ChM.B H.; Ilunlph. E4.ar4 C.; To keep lreWhc i It .la desirable to I I CLAtAEL.'EKGLE. Dintrirt Commissioner-Seconld! 1 I now have la my employ on* of tk.

1j Bhan-1 haM' T'ttn i iRA krep Ice for sick purposes. you I A. f.. JORDl i + best ;draftsman In the South mad ass
room GEO W
tllRO A > t AND I.AINHART. I IE. .'
c-, E. j .TU acs, C. D.; Lumn..... .till fled thjs a rood plan: Get a largewl4emcwtbM : II I JOHN S. BEARD. II. D1 nK. F __ !leUi' prepared than ever for fornlsh

E.: Brwti .. W.. McDonald. :J. A. ar, and tie a plwe of T. E.. BRYAN.V. ., I ing Mans' Hud detail for food bofldIngs -

rHA 8fB-tllct-. T.; O atb. coarse flannel irer 1t making It loose F I I \ JL BRYAN 8'I k ; fine cabinet work, etc.

hats II:r _, B.; G.ut<... TM and liau-HKe i It the:, center: now put I j I C. XJ CARSON, F jr County. CommissionerThird I i em new headquarters for tuned

N.30. CTUTffeia.. y: 1- .. E.1:I V.: the l ice in this bae.: :and cover It with I!I 'I' CLEONJ: A. STEPHENS. I N.ull't- I It wont scroll<< sawing and all work .s-

Mor.a4F. 8 : um. I. H,; Grtffnt. A. another pier 1>rf> flannel folded three !, i t I R. E. MCDONALD I'1 uaIlyj done In a lint class planing mm.Sed .

: IMm. J. KJC '.' jr tour times lit will keep better this ': For;, Delegates' | National Convention I T. A. WIXFIE D.For t..t me your orders for door s and

':r-E Bt:. rsS-HIftfft' JI 11": i Second Congressional I __ window framiHi.
ballnsten. br
; may than by a r method When I| District fkta.
... r
CjjR inr. J- B.: .IL
..Whaler, H T. you require to freak It, a darning ,I D. Ii GArLDEN. County mmboalon..rFourtll o etc. mad be convinced. ,

GNU C. needle a toot ire. I D. N. i BATCH ELOR PislilctJOHN -
MA$ITACTt-REJM-FrlB: ; or kllltflnlt giving 1 1 Mf f.\t' H f
M_ T. t.: ('"nrad J. A.; Rh"R.. -. It a gentle tapBALLARD'S with a ham n. I T. S.| ANDERSON SEWELL. .

.r ; P. 'i1CDt r JET.: BOWDEN. A. LEE ALLEN. I
Lf ut''lfte. W.H.V II : 1 >

!" tLPei. Int.: JnkuilM-. Remand. Ji O : RLclBaxelby. Bm I t.: IIOREHOUNImewUattly eileve.* horse.fRl'P.croupycough. \ For Members at[ Large, State, CommitI For. County Commissioner | nfthJiiiirirt 1 I I J. A. Robbins & '

JHMart-* 1 :: oppres icd. rattling .reaping I i' **-- ....i. I ,I
_., /et >X-i lae"a. E V. and difflcult breathlnc. Henry > l (Vole i for Thirteen)
*} T ax. atom. J. H. Dorn. J. It.. C.I S A. BELCHER i coeJ'-
.1.11".; j Stearns drag list. Shollsbnrc. W'. I R B GARNETT E. O TWEEDELU j I :J3arnOBS: A ntQ larri a

"E>T'ERTAINMENT..Rhnalas.: R. W; writ's. May :to 1101: "I h" been W. W. FARMER. I \

iSndse H. c.t 06ttl>el e. C. H.;, Rally, aelllDe Ballads Horebounel Syrup for GEO. L. BAKU Depos1'COry.

!. 8.;....... .o.... 1 two years, and1have never had a rn'arathn B. NL. MATHES.D. For Members Board of Public Instruction is
:. ADV RFISIi ts.cu, a. a: saws- that .... gives bette' ntiataetIOtL U. FLETCHER. I Quality remembered (long at er price s I
.... f. B-: RytaCtD. B. T.: Bta<*. aa.t .
V.dHetkerlaa i H. F. j jIB I notice That wileD I RU a bottle N. A. BUTCH. ELI SIMS. i, forgotten. I

tt f4 fall JIat 01 a.SberW ._ tag they eom. be for more. I can bunestly K. B. RACLERSON.W. 1 I I

ttittdlt aQ ar'* M bellows: L I't'COIIIllletld IL" %5e. SOc $1.00. M. MILTON :JR. For County Member State Committee:'- ; Quality Makes the Bargain. '

MRS Y. JL Jsckaou, J tp K.. Jr.JJJ Sold lIT Reel PIaanIeq. a J. )t. LAMAR E. N. DIMICK. .

It Kotbr .& ti H. U DODO: F. B. STONEMAN.
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ti i.I truncate of exemption ,fog the two data for the efflee of Clerk of the arI INSPECTORS APPOINTED.

yean euft court subject to the action of .the
PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. Democratic party. J'rtmarr.-uo.: Kayla
l ul Marion Fl't"D.D, of Iowa, Burs Thro

The professions i | In order ito be qualified to rote at the d J. S. FREDERICK.FOR Buflnew Blocks.

; primary election on May 10th or Jan
Rules and Regulations to Govern
i I 7. 1904 poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 TAX COLLECTOR: The meeting was' called to order by

I 10th and June 7th. 1904, in I must be paid. on or before 5 o'clock P. I hereby announce myself a, candidate Chairman Filer in the city ball Miami

1 ,' | M. Friday April 29. 1904 (ten days' before tot the office of tax collector of Fla. at 2.IS:; p. m.. Slay 11, ly.

the first primary election). ; Dade County, subject to the action of The following members were' present

P&ttere rwta. } A meets g of the County Democratic law; ',i the coming Democratic primary in person or by proxy: Me sr... Johns

AT LAW. Executive i iramlttee for Dade county,1 I returns : 'I NOTICE Or-REGISTRATION.Notice ''dw I.. T. N. GAUTIER., Jones Potter. Lyman King. Ball.

ATTORNEYS Florida. HIM' held at Miami Florida r Filer Bun..h.... and Kirkman.

Win,..acOce ta U--. Stale sad f....1 on the'lit a day of April. A. D. 1904. |I The I U hereby given that the Registration : FOR STATES ATTORNEY. Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected

Special heWtS..m. eua1Jalac..4 aorCeotlai. pursuant t > adjournment various Book of Dad County: for I hereby respectfully announce myself acting secretary.The .

las TWee Fla.D The! toll )"'ing amended call for a I: the primary! election to be held liar 10. a* a candidate for the office of minutes of the last meeting were
p O.BOX tsar. Mla !
will be
primary el' lion was adopted, to-wlt: Senator } I 1904. opened In the several State's Attorney of the Seventh Judicial ; read and. approved.

r b) given that there ,sheriff election dlptrMj of Dade county, Florida Circuit subject to the vote of The call for primary was amended

T. SIAGGS. M. D, will Primary EelecUon Clerk of on the 29th, day of March. A. D. the Democratic primary. u follows
OftV with *e i Crow rkamaeyXeet4rs OtJcjefh. several election dis Tax: 1904, and will be' closed on the 26thday dw CECIL: G. BCTT. See official call on third page

e MU "tree 1 Florida on May Tu I of April A. 'D. 1904. I! A motion was made by Mr Kirkmaa

coneraM C 1 6 I 10th ki M, and if necessary On JUDO County Th3 following person are hereby FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BCTERINTEN- to nominate county commissioners

MIAMI. Ff'O I A. ;th, ISM, for the nomination of all County j,I. ., appointed .._.';) I {-ir.tlon .r.f..r. j I DENT. and members of {the school board by

!, candidates. State and county. County -.r tI.. eve ..1! r >!kr. !i I 1 I hereby announce myself' a eanmdate diktricts. Same I I.was defeated by a
Y. Democt1atl for nportatandant of Publle Instructionof .
DL 1. > JAczson'Jx.1 I to( '"e i oted for by the Democratic I wit i I Dade County, subject to the will ef vote of! ( to S.

: ,. electors+ at the General Election to be : / Number One. tu .rt-W. G. Parks.Number I the voters as may be ezpreaaad at the A communication from > meeting of
i.ocsAvi.D. held Novel iber 8th. 1904, and to be appointed County { TWO Jap ter-R. E. L. Mc- : approackln Democntto primary election.BE.KALI. !'candidates. held IS Miami May 14 1904.

1 ( Democratic Governor I I' was rend and discussed
bj the Farland. ; by various candidates

MIAUL FLORIDA. of the State between the date of holdIng Members Number Three;I Vint Palm BeachE. I Miami. Fla. 'before the committee Finally,

such primary: election and the holdIng Justice H. Dlml k. I the following inspectors, clerks and
DR' W. B. .RUSH, of the (primary election A. D. 1906, Constant$l. Number Four.) Hyboluxo (Boynton) I hereby announce myself; aa aCANDIDATE polling'!' places w< re decided upon for
and ot .1 I Democratic candidate for Cullen Pence. the prc rlncts.
County e
Offle t5-1tb sine, Vbon M. Cnite4 Stake Senator to be Toted for : I Number Five -H. J. FOR TAX ASSESSOR of No. 1-Inspect rs. Ceo. McPherson
10th btrref and Avenue ; All Delrsjy Dade County: subject to the action of
Kwldenre. by the Democratic members of the L gIslatuJe $1J.j Ernest Stypmsn. J. M Ennls; clerw.H. .
a, 'J'1toIIe,n.tR. I j.. written., : Number : Pompano SterllDC-1 the Democratic primary.d .
1 i u1A Jh. FLA. .} or the State o fFlorida. at its air' [ Number Seven Fort W. Hesney; polling place store of
C. L.
' I session in A. D. 1905. blanks M. Manha XIMANIES. Miss Walter Kltcnlng

,. W. BACKUS, (The'following officers are to be nominated Number Right. OJus-J. W. tret. No. 2-Inspectors, E. Edwards, J. ,B.

-T ARCI32'X'EPion. C'r. at said primary election, to-wlt: .. FOR STATE SENATOR.I IsTar, Henry Brooker; clerk E. C.; MHler. >
forth Number t"ID.e." Lemon
., gpcincaUoos fed De<* .'Made 1 failed States Senator. Clt-Warrea hereby announce myself as a candidate ; polling place, school house.

for Buildings of All Kinds, Fine I Representative in Congress Second I of the MitchelL ; I for State Senator fr>... the Thirteenth No. Inspectors., H. L. Hillier L- r
Residences a Number Ten Miami--C. D. Leffler.
Congressional District Senatorial District of Florida, W. Burkhardt N. H. Butch; clerk. J
ihs : !D.DLLI. of April, Number Eleven, Cocoanut Grove-
AYCXCJ 1. Justice of the Supreme Court for the I This ) subject to the 1I'11Iof[ the Democratic W. Comstock polling place clu
A. T. Carter.Number .
full term of six /a J*. party to be expressed at the primary house. -
I i Twelve. Cutler D.C.Brown.Number .
> csarsR t Justices: of the Supreme Court Attest: election May 10. 1904. Na Inspectors.. W. ft Cox C. ,.
:Thirteen Silver Palm-C, HUDSON Mal!. Jess
Governor. F.hc Dangbtry: ; clerk
} << & W. Hilt
DENTIST. Secretary of State. :II Totals, Fla. Pence; polling place, school booseNa .
I Number Fourteen De-n'Jd-O. W. Inspectors J. E.1
Siesta *_i BaMtuAvenneDaad. atMtkeaWeorserilltaatreet. J Attomey-Genieral. i t Cham
t j
f fFLOIBDA Sullivan. |
I. B T.
Taylor M. McRae
I clerl
MIAML 1 I This March 12, P. Hodges: polling place school
Treasurer. 1 104. j I 1904.A. I hereby announce myself 41 candidate '
11 Superintendent of Public Instruction Second for the office of Prosecuting' Attorney j' Inspectors, Z. Cavender v
4iloille : Supervisor Registration Dad Co. ria. Cmstead. R f. Saxon; clerk W. B.>
Seeker for Dad.
i 1904. county, subject to the
Cassels; polling place, Harde .
s store.No.

.Atteation. I Commissioner of Agriculture' General i approaching tion. Democratic H. r. A primary TKINSO el"-I I .. I(Inspectors, R. A. Bryan W.

TOIl ...i1I6ad It to font interest II Railroad Commissioner. I, 1904. L. Brack well. D. O'Neal, clerk Frank '
Fla I
to call on me before room g. 1, AdJitant-OeneraL The \ CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. \ Stranahan; polling place. Stranahaa'saewhalL

hn .bed Loosed bred to 1 But* Chemist .

renU Real bargains 8n real eute 1 Judfe of the Circuit Court. Seventh mary FOR OF,THE PEACE.
( JUSTICE, No. '
election O.-inspectorst H. Padgett J. J .
city and country. Insurance, dazes. Jnilclal I AanouarciBMiU win lie inserted ta ta*
collections, etc.. attented tol I Circuit j March 29, Daily and weekly HctropoUs for tea dol- I -, Nan J. W. Ives; clerk. R. Cothron.-*
1 Sta;e Attorney. Serertt Judicial Ian. la either dltton I hereby announce myself as a candidate
have a special license antnoniing; every day. ; sr for tn teUum. polling place school house. f
kind, legal transfers OrUlt I Candidate for County CommlMlotMrs for Justice of the,Peace'In D'!s-I No.
n+e to pre paw all 26th day Inspectors- J. S. Pardue. AV.omsrtie. 5
Attorney. : .... members of the school board will lie strict No. 10, and respectfully ask the I
estate 1 <>
of real J. S. Peters J.
wul ; clerk E.
Thirteenth.. Senatorial they .na..../ theoe amounlaNo of the voters la said dlatrlrt.I I
attention C4RROLL. 1 Senator.
Prompt .State! I The announcement Inserted until paid Pendleton; polling place, school house.No .

C." c. Public. DWtrlct. ;I i I I reopened : i d. William S. HilL I }Inspectors.. L. A. O borD. JM. .
_.ATE. TX KEA BIOWTP Notary tt. 1 Member of the HiM of; Representatives =_>- .. Burdlne Frank Jaudon; clerk M R.

lI J JI ii i All teetlcm. ; Foil COUNTY TREAJt-TlER. I hereby announce myself a candidate { Kellum; polling place, city hall. '

: I 1 County Judge |;l I Ii j clUzeD' .. for re-election as Justice of the I No. 11-Inspector*. Jackson Pea.eprk *
ReliableGraJ..t. : I Ii the Democratic' Voter of Dade Coosrtjr. Peace in this the loth district Aa I ,
I John McKlnsle. J. W. CaJlow..frlf'rk.
i 1 Sheriff. -
OpticianW.CMAYNARD.. Count poll taxes Florida J, am now serving In this capacity I i, (Fletcher
i of the Albury. polling place
1 Clerk !
unless hereby aru-ounc myself a' 1 County Assessor of Taxea. I or re.tfcOrm to the once of "IVaanmr uld appreciate an endorsement' In 'I|Old Hirdw hou_.

Ave,P, *,xt..Post-on, Collector. legally du Dade County, FtorMa. sub < Tax I I '
I .
law. of a majority of the Democratic cities of retaining )1' ft second term 'I
Fttttd: of Public In (Geo. Stlnehonser, W. J. Douhertyclerk
Qusa ieurttely Superintendent I ;
: 1 County POLL as will be ciprcaatd la the DwaI alt{ Incumbent who has satisfactorily

!itches, docks, Je lerj.e struction. J'I$, 'I primary; May 10, U04. ;I'' I Oiled the o@ce. : Ceo W SJoodie; polling place.
C. H. RACrJElUON ]Brown A Mrxxlle's warehouse.:1o. .
i t Surveyor.t 1903 |* a d John
I Graining.
County Treasurer. Miami, J tow. r- I .. It-Inspectors. Henry GOfIman.to
'ALDW1I i elections ]Ernest: Mail Will Anderson ; rlerk.;: C.
L. -J JI
GEO. I County: Commissioner r !i FOR STATE SENATE! '
; | W. Hill: polling; place, srboor ho.Le. ;
of .
Board I
LI neer. I Member* of the County E. HKTBER.!: 'I hereby announce my1 canddary for
The Candida I No 14-tnfpertorf. J. W. W.
j ja for : Saxon
Laid. a _'lall' i l Public Instruction., State S-iator from the ThIr1'f'nth'
aea"Seb ivU 1 !
-. Blantofl.
arv.v persons County Jadge. I I E. W" H. Sistrunk; clerk J.
G OC$. FLA. 1 Jostle of the Peace In and for District Senatorial District of Florida, subjectto
COCOAXUT tion or I I j 1 4 C Holly, po.llnc: place!, school house
Nos. 1. 2. J. 4. I. .. T. .. t. FOR COUNTY COM1IISSIQNERS.: I the will, ol the Democrats of Bfevard""
First- It was moved and carried that names .
?f 10. 1L it and U. la battle The many friends and supporters ol and Dadtvounties to be expressed\ at Of candidates: members w
: DANN. i i I for of the couny -
J. A. 1 Constable in and for Districts NOL I the primary erection May Il1th. 1914. J
present member of the; Board of t\ committee bs placed e
exeentire on
; 2. tj 4. 5. 6. 7. 0. 9. 10. 11, 12 Second )f.I I Seabrook Sam.Caurtenay .
e.r.........j-la:i.wrrle c srrdlrtss + 1. of age on I I Commissioners for Dade Co. t he regular ballotIt
Brevard Fla.
-.......... :and 13. Third- :: ; ,. have prevailed upon them to was also moved and carried that

caws .1. tzar that r 5 Presidential Electors. for re-election, and hereby pre- andldates for
old) ; FOR NATIONAL DKLEGATl.I i game warden" be placed
) National Cooj years COUlt
,d '"""' ...... 4 Delegates at Large to : their names, as follows: F. C. on the regular ballot and the candflates -
..-.... VI: Fourth '
j,ention. resident George W. Lalnhart. R. E am a randlJate for the position of < for .said once be assessed $1.IN).

] District Delegates. (I J onald.\ John Sewell and L. A. iele"a.e to the National Democratic: Mr Jr>hn s, of Prf'riDrt:0.. 1 handed

fOI.EnIlOmAlmTAi U Members at Large of State Commlt-' lor after ; Ii i: +her, to the voters U the Demo I l'U.HilIoq st St. l.ouls.to.: .. for' See- n his iml nation as a member of the
Cures 0eI4aI rests Panaalo. I I I } primary of Majj 10, 11 ;' or'd ('o"'Tes'.O'.al Di>trict I.m, permitted ommitfee and the same was aTepted tli
mlttee l.bo1'8
I 1 County Member of Slats Cum can I to refer to the ent're Democracy A motion: ,. was' made and carried that

i i Member National Committee, sand : l FOR SHERIFF. -' ri.-a-s: (' < ount regard'ng! my standIng nspectors and clerks be paid t-.0<) per :
ARE YbU GOING; I L. I Registration. paying an i "'
11 Supervisor of as a Democrat, and If I am fortunate day .

North !k r West 1 !jtounty Fish and Game Warden.t I the Democratic voters of Dad Cona- enough to have four aid in I|i The next meeting of the committe {=

Member of Dade County Democratic I ;Peraons Ty.' Florida: I Dade county at the election, i shall iI I(!, was .al40tl.J"r Arrll :21, I1

THE ''Executive Committee In and for lions will : I I kcrcby' announce massif' a candidate, greatly appreciate It, and can assure There.''' >elrtR DO further bustn! .s
; I i !;''precine.j N>'" J 3,3,4,8,1,7. *. roily. for ...-lertlon to UM office of Sheriff ol you Orange county Democrats will also motion .a. made and carried i ad-
NaBhY ]1l l : ,
LoniSYill &] ; County. Florida f subject M the
I j I, 10, 11, 12, H.: and 14. i be: I1fb I I of the majority of the Democrat appreciate itVery i Jour!!. P.

RalJroad, I ; I Tl e rules governing "ld primer I Any one I .,* as will be expressed ta the Dem truly yours, I GEO P PI'LU

Often ".rte*lIrs jMtsseDM I'ee serulciktodero eleciiofl 1 hall be the same u those during 130 ".tic primary: to be held May 10, MOt I). N Bachelor. Secretary Pro Tem.The .
I i JOHN Winter Park. Fla. t
Executive FROHOCK.I # ,
traln eurrjinfc Pullro doted by'the Democratic for l
sleepers, p-to- dining '., 1904. for 1 hereby announce myself as a can- the constitution' Is hecom.a more
balr care, and acltso*v lie. on January lid: yean old) I ? or

-tweeo nortber 'and soutfwrn, cities.Tb governing: State primaries so far asthe i will be for Sheriff of Dade county, I hereby announce thyself. a candM-late j
in UK to the I at the Democratic English ananhbn .:.., told
applicable next byi
.0. during. ear serf ice said will be j for the pri for the f'OfIlion of Fish and GaD1WMd..n

floatlu $founty .Ternary: Those sad only those i Any one I and ark for the votes of my : ot Dade county subject to the'tn theauthorities Turn..E.tI,] not bepertuittel .
AD Agents Sell sarongs ;Tickets TV tersH shall be permitted to become State Democrats sad those who will \ 'Uon of tlhe Democratic prat,., primary to ii ,' l country, adeermination

L. & N.! eaD41"'t befou, or 'vote at or partlcipatJ j liable for qualified to become voter at that ..I.. turn May 10 19'4.Edward I l ased up''n I no offense of

'' ill tbemanagement of said prt- I promise If elected to faith \. his nave an open espousal of the cause
or. rates schedule, and I Isjeeplns *Wlod. who declare their ad- | WHO /j/ARE : ,. perf inn the many duties of thlt of anarchism, no act of inre i .., pastor

reerTstl' ,ppvu| : f' f-rnarr u 3 ]b the principles and organi I All : office. FOR CONSTABLE. contemplated being < harmed On

J. M. "'I ih g. I sation of the Democratic party Na- years kf J. )f. WILLIAMS Sunday night at Philadetl.nia Emma
.. ......&.' I lof ftg1 I (JoldmanJ who .
F\8ttOJa-. N 4 Par ureSIhefaa.avd ttoral. Slate and county who are by: I I Palm Beach Fla. I hereby announce myself an a candidate i I rained considerable notoriety

ria. the pf the State lawful electorsof I Any! one : FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COCRT.' for the office of Constable" iniiittrict :: stj thrf time of the a-is.inatlon .

in which they Stat. land I I hereby' announce eandt- of Prexiillint. McKinley was scheduledfor
districts I mymvtf aa a No 1>>, promising If elected lo I Ifaithfully !; i

IOI.EnUom TAR '.Ii'. who have paid their poll t j' 190, *ni for the offlc* lot Clark of UM Cir discharge the duties of sa'd ,;i a sipeph 'In-fore a body of anar<:b.I -
It Court of Dade '
leD for 1902 Coonty. subject M rata in tat The
las pll, due Dot ni than action of tb. Democratic primary ..iSre.: IIU.Jt>rt to Democratic primary 1 nty liMIt lIe men
tw. ""'IP"'I""' I'. rue j jdays said primary election, and I I If they i ILL WHITE. May ltd who arr1t-
i who .ball, when challenged by an elect I nary *j. I i, January IS. 1M.I ,i,. I. 31. Nl. hol>tOD. by th$* medics/ and lodged In the station -

: &OjnAR j lor pledge In writing upon oath, be- j i 1903. jhey : I I II hou e. This wjuelcbed tile meet-

EXP "IINqt 1 I fore any j Inspector, to abide by and !;I'I tax for i I take this .. :;to Inform the rot- : HEALTH IS OUTH |:" hg Emma Was Indignant and' mad. a

support the resul: cf su*> primary, and ', Anal, One of Dade Csunjtyl that I wit be a ... I Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age. : perch 10 i the! policemen that was Doto..n

I support the nominee th reOL years) oa .,. for i..*l ctlim! to the offlre of Clerk ont; the programme, expressing!
1 closed i the Circuit Cojirt IIIIbjert ta the aotlon t'kIlD' corn and just
The polls sbaU be opened and be subject I! Herlilne every morning before roatempt far this al-
the IIi 1
1)emoeratItl; primaries .
May] '
at the several election districts. at the 1903. I...... If ataoted. to perform the...- I 1 dreakfwt will} keep you in robnxt leaed "land of the free But Emma

Tit DC'MAI4te! hours fixed by the general election 4aw ;I la all ... ; ; .* of IB. nClnM} tile fntnr .. In' the., health, [ Inure remember that -In our vocabulary
lit you to ward off disease. It
On.....I The following named persons are hereby from t* the beet af my' ability. Twill freedom Is not synunomous withaDar..b

: I c&c:. appointed Inspector and Clerk for' .secure of th | I srauful t. tlkoa* who will favor']] m* cure constipation, bll1tou.Dpep&fa -. dyst ,.. ,
a-. =:c.-- ; |I a. r vote. i
.:.':'t:rroI." :.e..j.1.:.r -:-..:.. a MweHn /... the seven: election districts: i iI i a certificate i E. C DEARBORN. fever, skin and liver and kidney I,

sS"t.o ISi.ow a.es e1 ..tla.r..wa.a.._ .Pat..I..or ut.l.w 1! ( report of'committee' meeting On such voter : I I complaints. It purifies the blood A THOUGHTFUL MAN
Seja i M. ),
-a4M 15..1es.w first ) II j exempts th ; ; I' hereby annauiM* ..,...11 a eandloat and clears trap. complexion. Mrs. D. what of Winchester rndL
i i i age., j knew do in the boar of net
Jlnjericaai poll wee the ... of Clark tt the Cite sit tney
Scienlific 1 Th (voting shall be by ballot on W. Smith. Wh, : Texas, writes Apr; His wife had such an unusual of
.a4 Mrn: **ww.t _!y. {.-; *t0- .4',1903). If i for Dade eo-t>. subject to] ta* 2. 1902.! -I ha4 used Herblne., and find ank case
.al..a M t e4 -tam h rtr h :- tide s: furnished by the State ..- Democratic prtnwry ....- tr-irh liver trouble, physicians
a-- ,.. :: .. '**' then rot i It the belt medicine for const]pa tloa could
and at not kelp her Re thought of
\ 3 wt ..Hel', Q'T Con i Executive Committee: spector: Z. T. KERRITT. and liver troubles. It will do all yon and tned Dr. King's New Life Pills

( th* c oseiof] such election the Inspector If the Vista, ILL j claim for It t can highly recommend and she cOt relief .t Pace and was

*'i nd: :J3erk shall prooM to caavass poD tax. ; If We a boql; *. Sold by Red Cross finally cured.. Only 25c at all drag1 -

i +! VU I accoroaac with the State *amvrul* : hereby aanooac myself r a saoV Pharmacy. .at&
Mate 104ays aM I -I

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the statement that be baaed Ills charge ; THE COTTON 1URXJT.II: I. 1,
oo having beard someone else read Futures opened firm. i
and this shifting of the
MIAMI METROPOLIS. the record I! Kcbruarr.MUrth . . . . .

...... >,- I I responsibility for his own unwarranted I I . . . ..
..v....>.-..... overt ...,:ea..."," Saadayk (Contlaued from First Pace) :I .....-u..Uon.Ir.::, : Taliaferro very 1 April . .l. JEWELRY STORE!
1 .-1 Mar . . 13N i
If j IL L; itfl\L TIIIMT. f, U'1n. l 1i i properly scored. I June "t . . . . 14 tai {Ii i

:, _,__ _-. ..-4I. ---. -. sample of what capital can accom- : At the conclusion of his speech thi. July . . . 1410 : I 314--12th Street.
r ''II. f.1It' I IMmaP4.M.gwt.a liliih' Sin.kton and Barr make it I applause was loud and prolonged, and I .\u ..tSei . . . ._ 13 o4 !!
_ '}. I. .+ 1'1......<< X.Ot.ri.4 I ihf burden of their complaint that hes I not a man who bad heard the" speake: >tembc.r.K.iober . .. 12 S :

, .. s6..l._..matt..r.w L under the influence of Mr Flagler ''but who felt In his heart that every: < ( ... 11 70 :i' -- --
-- . . II {c+
Vuen.aP mil that ke i hi the Eat Coast Senator, statement: be had made was true, aDd x..Ycml" 1 i
btates at tat Ilo.'Ccmbe bid . 1155Jajtuarr ,
math Ie: 0111. Ctttted the control of no InIi'niual I be doubt him: '
also he I it. nqder there could no as til
nut that I :
l ..-' "' '" !. '4r>afaal. i I l,kt5 . . 11 U' I,I' V. FT MILLER t. CO..
bad high
1h or no one section He Integrity or bill fitness for the :

Weal_.-.t t.' Atefl........nMN'e.l'-"......-'Pa'f.pet.te.line.f I .'it-ve-r Ix-trayed a trust. and did not office he hold' and to which the Mot...' elution. tri>I that office for. the coming j I I (Suftrttart to EJwia Neken.)
, + who bad ever beuat"d 'lath..1 fellow-citizens 'w ill 1
--+- Year 1 bJ1 1 -biatu- c---. .. .,. . .'-' cum from Jieople of his ;> term H e made a sttalgbtforward.I: ;i
g 011. / 7 His opponent comiiUiued prr' t tve Undertakers and Embalmers
t. ; . . . .. 2. A iruit return I bu dness-li talk. though from the < ,
% SIxJMonthsTkree that the Times-l'nion was )Ir. Dan ltte H Ma\s ass neil ittnicluced. ,
. . .. .. 1. :; i lateness( the hour he was placed at
:. 1I0Jt; .tarn..r.d' ::4. J supporting burn and claimed that theTimesl'niou .. and he made a very prtspeech a dl.d\.jll I 4U...12th Street. Phone 25

O..W { -- _j_t j, I and every other paper: ', on behalf of his candidacf'> The candidates were all very much .
-.Ilml Printing ompinJ.C : ; that was supporting\ him and not sup- Goternor )lr. Ma>s devoted a boor iaiFI
T e gratified at the fine meeting that had ,
I | liortmt; their faction was subsidized. ; Lion of his time to ills personal histon; --
Alv..rtJ..log j mad1pplicatfon. been arranged and were profuse In
j II i nut the Tun..*-! mou was not the only but his entire add' -a was Interestingand : !
: their' thanks to the >avis and
TEI PHO'E.; 61-R.: .:' I treat 1>arllh.1, ) was supiiorting hi nliere was wholly free from abuse "r fcrro lob, under hose auspices It
. I $l ill.DING. In :Miami he ass receiving lv)at other candidates of their "1.lnlonll.r,.
OFFICE METROPOLIS!: I was held and to President E. T Bylng-I
bl and eflVcti\p support from the press May Indulged In a rood deal! of poetry I
!': an.j Twelfth StraeLOpji0 ton, who had charge of the arrangements j
i1oetae.{ and 7". ,.., ..nl. of the palters of Florida He said that he was born in Mad :
o ite CjOItc"t and presided over the meetinggentlemen
hla re-election; i loon county farm, "where the'
were advocating \ 0
, DISTANCES. : Th1\ left forVest Palm
COMPARATIVE. : 'and:' sail the speaker. Impressively.T'J far-famed rolls calmly ti o I
.- f FromP..n f Itearjb this morning and will speak I
-- I''f. .. .. .
r. of the is neverKroiiK sea" [ oP11OIIt'd to trust I ---. -
Pri*. K To fr....... '. .-.II, ilea .. ..whone .. to crush out individual In 1.t I city! tonight::

.. l'I ,.1 '111.. MUM': Vale.\> He hail 4e\.r asked. or .knotting ,. effort make men slates" SEEING THE LIGHT I ,

sea....'... Y:_ 141.* ,1.1 l -H-eited a cl.at<. from> a railroad Before o He favored at railroad comralsMoi n, I 1

r 3.a. .. I IWi.',,, 444IM 11 111Ml I hennt to the Senate be was a | which he regard,.* as a Imlmark against There seems to lie symptoms of a .
" ..ataeo. r "u Ml ..r [the CI Rogers Co., and the encroachment of the railroads H.
.F e1.,. B........ i meiiilKT : return to rea-on. on the pert of several )
QleafDtc... 'ola that in common with all | aiM favors the primary sxstetn. as tb >
PU K.8 of tl of this State which
.t......, I'o. tee 11Mr e newspapers I BURDINE &
4 *"> eta i shippers at that time., including the I bent yet devised for the expression a I have1 heretofore lie-en supporting the ..
t. .. Aotini'*!).. err MIl
! .MIrai C ilea>i l i... I1Mvicmrar "k'4! fruit and vegetable shipper, received I' the will of the people; was In favo candJdaie: with reckless abandon

.*-i 'Bkr":.4.I .. 1M I II ... rebates during a rate war Mrj Stockton .- of liberal pensions for the confederatveterans e Spore; newspapers that have In everyUMie

= --I : '-1: .' : -c: -' wa. openh in receipt of ret..lt! i and their widows. He be. / len ,cro.de.1| with Hearst editorial QUARTERMAN.Fancy .

i I APRIL, 20. 1904. I and the Maker said he had thcV proofs lined In the best road obtainable: and other matter favorable to

of hi wbarge with him and carried home rule, or local option a* regard s' candidacy have been significantly:

., twnlempdrary} p'&,.. Hearst ;1* a them ..,th "him at all times In order the liquor laws, and liberal appropriation silent of late Other paper. such as I
con I that be might! be for that for education He clou"with .!I 1
maa if deeds It appears: pretty prepared the Citizen Reporter of Lake City, I
-lna 4'v ly rghtj! flow :that he i* a man ..entleman assertions. He did not some very pretty verses slnptln,. while still claiming Hearst a* their 1 Dry Goods :Notions Beautiful and Artistic

'h e gtlra t C heed I IAn I claim. fiat the taking" \ of rebates was the praises of Florida and was Kenertkusly hoice are preparing to meet the situ i Neckwear, also the largest dealers in Novelties,
It would be a nisinesi applauded
rone. queer I ation that recent event developed la
.ne sole I i-lak our JanLor Senator man. Indeed who would pay more tVhen Colonel' Bjlnfton, next in ;a I 1 New York. New Jersey. and otherState Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete line

ran't t4 chould have been at I freight than he was compelled {to, an I few" well" chosen words presented Hoi rnhose, electoral vote I* of th.1 of School l Books. Polite and capable service.Burdine .

.\grfcul ural I last night They he did not believe that there wa ,an> R. \'-. Davis. that gentleman was KirI uimwt Importance The ( ...

,would\ have fa- changed khelrmlad. I man -ho mould honestly say that h I I en; the ovation oC the evening and fo r porter In Its last Issue aa,.'ltlZf'D-R""I' I
would i pav more freight than be waacbargell I, several second the ball rang with eni "As O"tn..ratJ\" want I
I'I' I'' 0 i! thaslaKtle' cheers I When the noise ha.:I I
I I i I available man to win with The question -
G 4rte K \ andcrbllt bas purcbaitetlb He i efrrred to the false, insinuation I subsided Mr. Davis began: a characterIstic .. therefore. I III. which one of these & Quarterman

.. < tj of t ilrty-flvc. farm mound I made oy Mr Stockton that he Mal the I! speech' : by laying that aa the Na two New York leader can poll the I \ ,,

his bIi' mon .'t C. ,etate That' doe "EAlitt Senator," and aald|I that I tlotoal or State convention had no l t t most vote la doubtful states and !! ,I.

.. not (.taw. msx'i'. like he neveitit Intends he ha I worked. for every section I of yet I taken place' !, there were no politic I would therefore carry them t electoral I Twelfth Street., 308.i .

'.; (t<> there/ again. Florid t. but that his OPIJl\f'I\U tad a I Issues to discuss' and the candidate.I voles Our preference I: \\'. R. i I II

[ I differeit storr to tell for the differentectloij were forcer therefore to talk abou I t Hearst yet we are satisfied that If I
It rf [) :te H May* wasthe
Perb.III I "" of the State ,At Keir West what was the most Interesting thin:: Judge Parker. I III the most allable' '
asked 'ow he like* gab* rnatorial they t >ld the people that he had dust II to them, vlL, tbemselves...nd Incident. I man he would have our niottt unqualified I I
situation laay Ie nountjn ti would I .
I Introduced a bill to build a- ship ci nal aliT to cuss? and discuss the other feulow. upport" i i
-Wily." B it we doubt If is heart .
across the State which would | ululate ( He was traveling with a troup I I '

t r and mind sal th. er*. < Keyt''r.t. and they seemed to |III'ble\| ; lor I performing: politicians who regarded .. Soft Ginger 'ooklH-Wlx one cupful : ...

.-o.. seems to ma .e a forr. to fit f erjr Inca itT. the amenities: of life He and Mi of .molasses, one quart of floor, one ,
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.Fa to Rltbm0i1d4f'.a.(] i iht kail) of Stuff lie never confined his effort* to the I Maya did not have to have any bar I large tablespoonful of shortening

...! in A ll l unaHolwo for (Cant Coast of Florida but he conildred I between them, but on their travel"I rubbed well\ into the flour and ODe teaspoonful ;<
{- all the people of th State e* titled both occupied the same cell. Some. of soda dissolved In a tablespoonful -
s Congress he rumen I irwtrd 111luppurt e a knan __ n_ __. __
Imed work to his bent f'lrorts. aid that they !'times, however, things waxed hot-siI 1 of hot water." Add a tablespoonful :
and will\ not only him it had always! received. I hot that It reminded him of the stor of ginger to the flour and .... . . ..... .... . .. .... .. ... .
for the man who ti down
i Referring to the appropriation re- I of the two Irishmen recent comers b I moisten with molasses; Roll out In a MoREF BR.C>'S.
.. for BiM-ayhe Bay, Mr. Tallat'rro 'this country' what; first saw a rallroai I soft dough and bake In a moderate ,
I "Our Bob" i* the same griorator ,nd elo-
of'oldImpres' modestly declined/ to taker lt 'train. They went asleep near th'. oven I KINDER LOU GA,
qnent genllemac an I I I II
r lor that great work In behalf of ourjwoiilf track and va awakened In the nleh t t f fKinder I
That h made I n P erlasting Mnfce ""I
last I I 'u" insisted that It was thi by the engine, a fiery monter breathIng .rf
aloe uixio big hear ni [ht goes I II
Work' of the entire Florida delegation. name bblllD steam and will h I .FOR. \
without **VIB<. indmajorit that he It mire 01 I
end all whistle blowing. Pat wa awakene I ; Crates.t
-' they mere entitled to the credit Lou
cluiinty Is
a handsome ) In Dade
poteolt I if credit were due for the mere first, and he shook his sleepy com U1ited: Stdtes Senator : i

"rr.t-r.orniaace of duty It had been as- I pan Ion. ")llke! Mike', Wake up! The])

y a vul otconvenl| to H9 the Ik-mn- Verted that he hal made no speeches ; are moving hell, and the first load ha>: Chase & l arney. Miami

i if pride Slat* urn of NOW York ,ib the aerate. but he bad never asked I Just gone ty'" E Vote For i Sell-==:::=:7
tseeml.l.d at A12may Monday'lastructP4 ; for the iiassage of a bill that was not 1 Mr. Davis followed the example 01 I

tbfl delei atfun t tbe nat4'nal eou- I yu..c.sful'y! pav..ed. and that wa bet- I Mr. May and garb: his autobiography I II TS.1ia.ca.eir ..ou. crates;

volition foiTbero Judge \lton B, Parker I UT than talking $1.1's'.u..s had been : touching{ briefly 09 the principal fact'' James P. Taliaferro all over Dade County.

is said tb be i silk lot'of' Willie !I.e.'urwl by Florida's four repreaentahet of his life, from his birth on a (;....rl'l.I ....f .. ,t..t.t..t.4.

Hearst men in that : late, and that the or neven dollars!! per capita for farm his two tear *erti 1.ie in the' I I .

contagion has_ .read spread to Miami the entire pnixitatlon' a'd' no Statein I Confederate! arm',., which hf ent.' .. : __

the I'li ion from New \ ....k to Delaarp II at the axe of fourteen bill fUl-' ** Had John FtodKar.l o a d ;S' B. Br*...'- ,, bad reeied as lil eril I appropriain I rfadlngJaw I In a country are 1 1I anfia.ally / :! Ir r _....... .............. ....................... .. ........1 I,

been here Ian n :band witne>* was spelled f
the lane and iu -iaitu-I attendr4eethat'athered !had Florida I worked" his way up to the ho itln!' i Epicurean Restaurant

at \4riciUurtl! HallJ to Inveat retard to bin Tote In favor of of general{ counsel. of the Florida .
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bear lion. RolMfriP V D via and Jan>014 ing Senator Quav wiih. which :Vr Suntbern. Railroad. He dwelt it some : I 30i12th St. :i I e

i Tklfaferro, th'' y m rbt hot hover Stis kuiu bad a" cked t im. he said lei gth on his connection with thliroid Toliver :iConfr I ... .

r: ta.ml..red wber the }pot on atinftaial that the legislature of Vnns>'lranii In this rapacity In view o* the : u us Scrvrcc from 6 dock a j n. untJ 10 p. m : '

Dade Irounty but bray } wosld h4.I'.lInIlPd! and failed tc elect a Senf at irk made on him because of It by .. ....................... .............. .....,
bav stern where o age off at lI i :aeor and the governorhi < that Stateprovided ''I, Mi Bro..ard, racing, he did nut thinK I

i I aprol"' ...| i Quay a* bylaw It t discreditable that a country boy'. -
AI r|>rdlng to I\ 3tr'Ipling.tofJar ; Senator quay| wa,Ji tly entitled 'I without money or Influential friend a i- --1 .

mmvllle. a nIkan. ak ied-in-the-atll : neat, anil should' a like contin- should rise to such a position.Mr J; 'I:!'. y 111. 11. Belt

Rep who Jux [ Dolt perched arise he! would vote JuM as be '1 Davis took un )Ir. Broward'i 9

on he roast of I 1 ted Stos District I'i'h"1 ... unli !ss posltlye !y Instructed book and ridiculed that remarkable ti. pee Bailey j jACHTS.

Attcney. .ex-Sena c r Tall J atnc tor el contrary by hi* (conntituentn.circumstance .';,, doenment to a finish We are ':'com- I II it.Wrr. .. ll.gk Gras.I W

With; JCIEagtlih .}hPs ti dl. Sic !'in at a l its to tiliil-pitand how pelted to omit the many good thing : LAUNCHES, SAIL &. ROWBOATS

OK as a tsaia inn nRt.e Stockton ci uld quei4l m that vote, : he said In this conectlon hu,'re' <"*(* I 1 I O.qrhanting and Repairia Marine Rail 1.

for talking. Sin Mr Stripling has IIj ,..f In 18i! ;. when that gentleman ,. the audience In an uproar of laughter I ,011n'It: ..l MIAMI. FLA
ferret'hi out this mystery, aril Ile w a member >f the le"$li ''at the absurdities of this wonderful! 1' .
plea* tell a* the disease that has a ia a contest between la Democraa4. piece! of literature Punrent ...t. .I I .

*eat lUell In Xar ileon B and Olin add! a Republian.. and Mr, Stockton coupled with telling truth and Irrefutable I I .

N. C1 In idled aid vo ed for the Republican.It :I statement delighted everybody,. Special : .-.-.... ..--.-- -+--+-+- . .-. ._._ .

so chanced that there Was an el@letil.n throughout: his splendid ad<]"""*". UVc I I I't

r ain r the tine< of Pete the for Cnlted States Senator at that tt t balance of the candidates he clown! t 51e i

Great: the R j-slan rPoWeda. irv baa bad. a tioilip titni./ and this Republican" that Mr I'" th (some pretty compliments tb the Sale &aQ Carlo slFormQr'y ;

naaieiKve I .-I ind If its 1 ;i 'I Si"tk| Ion voted! to seat turned out. to la lies obrerrlng that the dearest, best 't .

I I'r ;- P .....i..I'f'\ 'h4 sin ardent supporter- of Mr StO<'k- I, ad..weetesf rumen' In Florida were' OFMen's : 0: Q palm Jiot 1. I 1
.II ab The fret Pobleda W H a triO jfor the. Senate In that contest MrTkliaferro thncwlwho would Insist that their bus +
flute ship named. victory It >a* did ,' not cla/m that these hi Dd;. sweethearts, fattier or brohei i Corner \V tije 13 and 11th ; tree .
I o Summer
taptsred frun the Dutch bv the two had any connection I i cast their vote for Bob Davis of I Gus. A. Muller Prop fetor 1

French uF and from the French bY the but merely tallied attention to the coen j I the I Ij'th! of fay: .

Brit! : and finally sold. bv Ith4 t'l Incitell ceas I I! When )lr. Dajrls flalshrd l speaklni. ClothingAT Open all the

PKer'tbe Gi-at, who RuaslanizM I the M trade many other the hour was late. alit a l I.r!:e part 01 t year t

name. Now the lap: are after another ig point but the .itmnee..t the aiidience\ was unable to' lone
al'l:1l- slay AT'Cohen's.
Ratf" t.!.:5 lI per dar a.ad III'. tipedal lase wet k an to Cum 1 1merdal .
god grfater Puhle.ta. and t '.wah.h. men I that he f'OI.ld use was the refer- ..... Colonel Bylngton horeter. aske m"l1. I.;j rt; Sampk Ron 1..

ha not been raT1ur..t rttt th v nce to him record by which he Is willing for a hearing for )fro Kirk. c: rM! .f' ; P. O. )i..x c.ta+. y1.\r n. t'L..1' .\. t .

have practh lly put her, out rtf Mwlnemii I- lo nand or ftll He paid him resiet for Secretary of Stat., .and that 1t" tle .. ,
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I I to Governor Jennings. and rene man made a brief but: vei-y gust| ad : ,

--+-- feijr to the open letter publlched bfhf dres, \which left a good I Itrpr-union 01 .. -.1'.1't .
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AOnirdin*; \o certain) newsn ner*. latter early In the campaign I In bill auditors. Mr Kirk has ..:'wav -- i'

Ht.r t Is a n oral leper Parker an Iceb wilt\ h the Governor cited pare 11'1,1 I IHton been a 'friend of labor, ;I it he terwlxely I I '

n[ desplsr' I bY his I fellow elllnen .. of the Congressional Recordto holds that If capital I I Is drivel! Hotel Biscayne

(Clfveland Gorman ,traitor* to their roan avertion he had mad out of the State the labonhg man soil 1 I II

pstrtK, 'a political hoodoo and r" s| Ling 'e" cast by )Ir. Talla- be the greatest sufferer 'ills remark*

failpk, & $yld B. Hill a fraud and ferrb the hook.l. pane and letter hadbeen ,,ere, well received. I ()J"n frum"yen' er C:. GRAHAM Proprietor
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dU. { ptIoal It our therefore transpire examined and no n..b vote wan )fro v./. H. Ellis who the drat c hot to )la11..t.

that Oeo-i i I B. an imp found to be recorded. When Governor Of Mr. WhltBeld was appo nted to thi Corner Avenue D and Twelfth Streets

ortkd drwho ) the SLLouts Jennings was forced to admit that he once of Attomey-Generat made a I :

oa UaUom. 1.[ ... la error, ho took shelter anderTallnferro brief presentation of hla claims f ore, I I MI.\ .*I FLORIDA I

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I I Andrew Carnegie Gives BS.0M.0nO for platform upon which the New "The Ideal" !

I H. M.| KING! j I Betefit of: Brave People. Vork delegation. were Instructed Is as ,

I : follows
Funeral Director and Embalmer. It I II I i
from "The Democrats of New York In
I A Jihpatch PltUburg. Pa. says renewing -

I'. I30O AVBHIE D.TMWBI that Andrew Carnegie: the famous phiflantbropislt their pledge. of fidelity to the : Special Sale of Seasonable

:Atttstioa. to T"l.fr ph IK TeltphiMU Tall hai! created a fund of $;;.- essential principles of Jeffersonian

I sar.O.k). for the "benefit ot "the d Democracy, as repeatedly enanclate l Goods 'at Greatly Reduced Prices. .
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1 tent of thot "using their lives In u. I in our national and State platforms. I __ _
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)role effort to .ate the lives of their make these further declarations upon i '

THE I if city for a few dam and guests alI t; [fellowmen.. orj for the hens them- the national t'-s-utx of the hour 1- t! Bent! Belts! Ladle ,black mohair skirts and

t le Sn Carton. These gentlemen an!. !' 'd.Ct. if injured only serving an eiprention upon State i 1.- ,I See the newest fad la ladles crush round length seven gored!: lap seam

DAILY MIAMI I METROPOLIS. I i >akl::g a tour ot America. Mexico and I[ r Provision l Is;t also made for medal <
--- uba. and from here'*'III extend: theii, '{to be given In I commemoration of he- candidates arM uri i.o> ,n.Mc.1'First 1 I'I'I | 'Skirt! Skirts! Special price . ... . ...IS.04

MIAMI JL.. April to. 1V04. I I 1 1ip to the latter 1..land.'J rotc arts I -Tr,t '* 4 fovnmc: r of -

1 f'Tbe endowment Is laws not of men; 01 c la'. for presi Niles seven gored. Sicilian cloth Ladles S3k S A*.
to be
known '
as I I
HAIL SCHEDULE. 'J Dan Nelson" of the S. A L. Ry.. and I : 'The Hero !Fund," and consists of dents cabinets and {people. LO us..r | skirts. In white, all man tailored perA large 'assortment of silk suit; ,

1 Tat Patton. of the C. B. &: Q Ry, MN../aMl i of first collateral 5 oration; no execuii..* .n..r..l.m..nuI fect fitting: with seam flare; special. many styles and colors, all hand..- ;

Arrive from lh North- ( Turlington route) returned lavtt nigh 1', ands of the Called State*. Steel per Corporation cent- I u the legislative .ludicul; depart Price. 00 .. . ... .. .. .$800 I ly trimmed and tailored =

.. [ ':05 L m. where went to mt'III..
f om Jacksonville they 'I Tbej trust Is placed In the
11:%$ p. m. "Seond t Corset
i awe fob a train of tomatoes hand heads of a commission of which Chas -We o1IlI keep Intola'c
Worth 1 1I
Close for the -- I by S. J. Sllgh k, ('.0.. and are again L. Taylor Is president and F. M. Wll- :i the pledges of our treaties; we must Ladies C B Corset No. 3n2. made af ,

{I :OSm. ( 4>th the boys In the field. mot secretary.The : I renew' and reinvigorate within. o-ir- : q best quality Batiste; this corset gives: -

':45 p. m. scheme was conceived by Mr.Cam..rle I, elvis that respect for law and that the correct erect form. '
C J. Adoata..commercial agent of Bove of liberty and of i
THK 'WEATHER.Washngton. Immediately after the Har- peace which the Special price .. . . . .$l.S
I jie A. C. L. Ry at Montgomery, willa | spirit of military domination tends ine -
sick mine
f'orj Eastern Florida dinanter. when he summon
I >e tonight for savannah where onJames 'ltably to weaken. and destroy I No847 Warners rust-proof Corset, se
Ito and central moned to New York Chas 4 Taylor | .
Qear and warbi north ay tat b; will become chief clerk toed 1" I "Third--t"matteady national policies is a corset that gives the utmost satisfaction .
chairman and F. M.
portions; so4bern portion cloudy. Mejzlea\ general freight: agent imanacrrof 1 and a """II.... spirit of adventure "3'I t'r + both for correct shape and
the Andrew Carnegie I .r
; relief fund to
Tuesday rain j i oT that road Mr: F. W. Kirkland, *t gender alarms that check our commercial wear

XmxinMUsNBNcuanxwacttrarurur; um. M;|!{minimum.- 72.COUNCIL __ ({resent chief clerk to Mr. Menzles. to relief discuss of the with sufferers them the from plus this for catastrophe the I growth. ; let us have peace, to the Special price.... ... .. .. ... .il.orl j

Ill succeert Mr, Acosta as commercial end that business
confidence lie
: may
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scent at J onlgomH1.I restored and that
1 our
II i In a letter to the, hero fund! committee people msyagain ,
TOWN TOPICS. I In tranqulllty the
II HORTICCLTfRAL SOCIETY Mr. Carnegie outlines the generalscheme 1 toll enjoy gains 01Ih..lr ,

i of the fund which. Inj his own. I .

''MEET CJf Florida Will Hold Annual Meeting I' words. Is "to place thane rolloslnpeaceful g Fourth-Corporations chartered by I
TOMORROWNIUHT. the State must lie FftAMT.
subject to
Jacksonville I ra'ations. who ] just regulation I
meets 1far in April 2 -2 have been Injured -
: .-The city council a by the State in the Interest of J
,( I In heroic effort to save human Lades Shirt Waists.One I
session tomorrow night. The railroads have granted a sI Declife' la somewhat better positions pecuniarily the people; taxation for public purl l hundred waists, all sixes, all \ I (1

\EWS.-br. P. T. i I prate of one Brut-clan fare plus Sr than before, until able again pone only, no Government partnership ;
RECEIVED SAD I : with the latest style In lawn, madras andBatiste ,d
rats for the round trip; tickets on to work. la protected monopolies r 1
Skafcgs received the tad intelligence case of death the widow "Fifth : only a few of each style: 1
eat all Florida stations: April 25 and children' -Opposition to trust and 1 "
yestirrday of the killing'of: hi* brother K or other dependents to be combinations I' worth 12SO and WOO. We offer to .

C. C Skagg: at hU borne ,in Went aid 2fi. with final limit lor return I I provided fot'tbeIdo.. until she is I! and stifle that oppress the rom..tI.I peoplec I' at . _00' .. ...98e. each
i :30th The Florida East C<<..otI..y married and the healthy Industrial ;
pell | children until lbwerearb
Virginia she telegram did not telbow 1 r ti.rn I Ladies Japanese silk shirt vaiats- '
accident I all hare granted a rate of on ,i a self-supporting age For exceptional J
or by what means the. "Sixth back and front tacked and trimmed
-A check :
c *t M mile actual travel same date* grants upon | N r. c
be extravagancew
may made for
occurred. Deceased leaves a wife and exI In ith lace; Bishop sleeves; a waist that _
dilld'' Owing: to the distance and business : a id Conditions mentioned above I ceptlonal f'd l'ation. Grants of sums of den public of the expenditures{ : that the bur- j'I will wash. Special. ... .... .. ..'%.48 ,
In (order for our members to aval{! i! money may also be made to heroes IK- pPOpe'e.xes may be light j jened.
attention here Dr.
.Li requiring his Ladies shirt waists, same aa cut.trimmed :
.... t lemselve of this / rate heroines i"Seventh :
special they as the commission
Skaggs: will be !unable i ) to attend theJlJi thinks ajvmable -Reasonable with lace; back tacked; new

tun....... j i r utitj prevent certificate qf members I Is each,, case to be judged on. l ItaIDf'rllI. the tariff needless revision of I sleeve. with tucked cuff. Special... ... .. 00 ._.. .... ..$2.00) '
f I I ; duties Inn
signed by the Secretary of ourS ; |

SEARCHING FOR AIL--Tbe e >clejy. or the Assistant Secretary, tot I It Is provided that no grant Is to ba ported raw materials work heavily : 1"

houseboat Gopher Is I't New Rive. r' e railroad agent IThf I continued unless I It be soberly and to apon the the American manufacturer are a menace I j E. B. DOUGLAS, .

skeSe .her owner. r. Moore. of the certificate of membership I* ii- properly send and the recipients remain wage-earner and byIncreasing I
the I 31O and 312. Twelfth Street.World's .
cost of
iaalthlaD III" t0. ",searching for only upon payment '1.00 at- respectable well behaved members production shutout f !
lal dues to the of the our product from the foreign I 1
specimens of : a kna/L Fro n Secretary 1f or Asslstremlttance- community. markets"Eighth,

what can be learn Profee.oe Moore my ait Secretary), and this A medal shall be given to the hero

seeking: to learn ow'far north the ould be sent In Immediately so a* I or widow, next of kin, which shall recite -the maintenance of State Fair Rates 1
rights: and home rule
the ; no centralization.
allow the Secretary time to issueand heroic deed. It
snail Is lndl I OU Tb1 GOpher w.u ; commemorates.The .

,, here. ree.aui aDd will return alaI: ; mall certificates to reach members medal shall be given for the heroic Via

W. Jut part the we I IeSTRAWBRT ''In time to be available floe't art, even If the doer be uninjured "Ninth-Honesty In the public service i J

4 lay--end In fee Immediately.)'. and also a sum of money should tot vigilance; In the prevention of

...., FESnVAL.-Tb: +: i i;Life membership cost but $10, up." commission deem nrh gift; desirable. guilt fraud: ,when firmness detected.In the punishment of I The L. & N. R. R'1

WIN of Tri Y EpYseopal Cbu"h wtlserve payment of wh<-* one becomes a mem :',, The field embraced by the fund Is the
'1 "Tenth
IN home-made Qk. ansUawberrl her for life and!! has to pay no more t.IIUf'd State and Canada and the 11'-1 Impartial maintenance

... {N their Tent 00 T..elft :1 |.,dues or fern. l lI j|I ten tbt'r.of.NTbe sea Is the scene of of the rights of labor and of capital; f first-class" Excursion" Rate from Jacksonville to St. Louis nod retnr, 1
I unequal discrimination
Street betsee Avenues aDd I The JarksoniHIe Board ''of many heroic acts," Mr. ; no abuseof [
D. I t : 1radel1ue says Carnegie the powers of law for j 1! bc;:tm ing April 25th ; tickets sold daily. ,

7IIan4&7 altdrbooa aDd .Yenille. Apr) very generously arranged to giveas i In his letter and no action more b"'l I oppression" favoritismor $"o.55 return limit Dec. I5'h. ,$33.90 return! limit 60 ta\" ,$27.50

21st. AD eori IJ' Invited.KR. an excurnloni on the beautlfal S t. '! roic than that of doctors and nurss
I "The Demcraey of New York favors I return limit 15 d..,*. -.
Johns River and the kind people of volunteering their services In the rase*
ELLlS cOT' LEFT.-Hoo. R I Jacksonville: are doing: everything: J of epidemics. Railroad employees are Ifs, nnmlnaton for president of the pccial Coach Excursions! 20.95 coon I trip: Return limn I days

H. Ellis, eaD date few I attoruey-pn possible( to make, our stay In their city ( remarkable for heroism. All these and "D fed States! of the distinguishedDemocrat ; from due of ....Ie. Ticket sold only on May I. 16th anti 3l't. :4t

era! of the State) .-bo.-" here wit I most pleasant and agreeable similar cases are embraced. Whenever and eminent jurist of our Corresponding;: low, rain from other point

the political 4etikers ;Mast aigbt. CO The feanual mtttiug. of our Souel> 'heroism Is displayed by man or woaaa! ,owt State Alton Brooks Parker:: antAPI t 1
left thhj mOf1llu aDd la saving human delegates' select**) by this conven- The L. i N. Is THE BEST LINE to St. Louis. !
)colUlequPlltl are denoted to the upbuilding of the life the fund applies ,
did lICIt et d pfh the others at horticultural and agricultural Interests tie are hereby Instructed. to present;. I For schedule' sleeping car ro r>atioii! or further infor anon, .

u' lock. H. vjease' I tOlllpt anj of our State The reports by committees "WHITE TIGER" AN IMPOSTOR. ia.l support such nomluaton at till write to s...:J
I apt osrbnlt! national
eatda convention. '
ill the-'towd C Fort PIn :
papers and discussions by I
.mere, they speak tomorrow. practical growers: and scientific men !I White Tiger," a graduate. of the "that the Bald. ; delegates are herebyfarther J. M. FLEMING, C. L. STONE ]

are of untold value to; everyone Interested Carlisle Pa., school for Indians, and 1 jone I ( instructed to act and vote a* J Ha. Pus. Aft, 206 W. Btj St Jacksonville. 0:P. ArtLoairrillt..

In horticultural and agricultural- | of the few remaining: bucks of the I j a unit In all matt..rs pertaining tc 1u
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r pursuits And matters i Seminole In Florida, was yesterday i .11| convention In accordance wit
I PERS HAL M NTION. considered In 1, ''
;I allowed to go free by Rf"f'Ordft'ot jthei will of the ,majority of the sac '
convention -
are bj
no means all
for often times one fan glean", some'' | tincham' the Indian promising to raise, i I delegates; and the Bald delegates anfurther I II BUSINESS LOCALS. jW j

''a *:3: fine In amhorirrd to fill '
Chas T. at Is 'exceedingly twenty-four hours any racanj '
nmmer Cutler n valuable Information from 1, i : .aiQihiyltiliC 4
today 00 bu...... I )''talks carried on In hotel corridors. between 1 "White Tiger" took on too much j It vies which mar arise from 'tint ran f1e use Tennessee ream In all on r \ d 'K
I i I fire water and t i '" sod delegation Iin case of I
the ab
In '
consequence was lee
I sawions, by the brainy men cream and atso have the plain
Dexter glass anti H.l"ll Owen, I I brought before the me of both the| APIPgateamd! thii
remrder. I
and women who attend our annual was cream on sale at tn Blacayn Ding' c tr carc x
of Hal1ftId.1 are : the clt r'a".1 meetings; The mere coming: in contact shout to the sent to the stockade a h-n 1 i: alterrate: ': I

.. I with! such people from all sections'' I Judge; Nottingham, knowing what The delegation Ana Instrjicted :3"1 1>I Oil Cloth. all colors, 20c. per yardat ,

W. J. B and wife. of 511."' ljiu; of our Pute tend to broaden our'I I faith the, Indian places on his word at to HI: for Judge; ParkerHvryone The Racket Store. I II II 1

are among a prominent pie toflaml honor .!allowed him .
I liven and make them the worth to go free, provided ---- -
) I ; I' more, he the. pa-whig up Aven be D will 1 1 Ice that 1 I
today ,{the living. : I. rasped/ required fine In .wen- If yon want cream gooi
J" I I tv-four hours j 'ee a blue flag over the grocery: storf' and pure buy It of the Blacayne I

The published report or the meet !' if U m. Simpson t, Co ThH ulenifle( *1 cream :' HoteU and families ran Dnj genoJM
B. B. Tat _
m. ) edit d LbWetropolls '! ling (frro to' "White:, Tiger" Is on his route to Company. They stir Tennessee
members Is !
worth far
Iort' 1 I'' he that they sell VERY TRI'E [goods al 1 I Tennessee cream at Biscayne Drag
North lUi
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ome t in the effort to establish "
'I": jmore than the f10'1 fee I a I '
frolll Rome' a., .. wm. tt :;:i iter 'I Our meHiBrt; will "be held In the shad for Indians In the Semlnule PRICES.VOTING I 1 Company. 1U .tt.ttI
I | FOR SALE.-A first-clan sailboat. ,,
''be remaa bl. I i resPrratlon.-Macon '
jhandftome :
; P"OI1lfe. I new Board nf Trade roomsThe We learn from Tel"Ii'1'aPb.j l CONTI is .! | built by an expert, and worth $150, Pure Tennessee' cream OBJ sale at
I I ,, opening ::fenion Is t p. m of the I a source that weI Every subscriber to the Daily Metropolis I| Blscajn Drug Company. 143I
Mr. J. H. T tumwwb I' "" pcth, 1I I, I I lee-n entirely trustworthy one of the I can aid I I Will sell for $,5. Apply to {ibis office.. I
some deserving
sea la the rat .. ,.; re ( { most rubrtantial young 209.
Ladle*, please remember I citizens and who f Isi i man and : I FOR RENT.-Two .
mScI I that each I woman In securing a business new. nicely .
turned home) bring I
la ben "r ., Improved t and even one of you are on the Committee -irobably' better acquainted with to9emiroles e J' education. by using: the ballot:to which !I i We have bread boxe for your bread i nlshed cottage Apply to this offloa.
J / and who their I
Ia.-U Promotion eniors The Racket Store.Headquarter
m of the) Society'*I eon I they are entitled on payment of sub

)fro b..n.1 I $ man : IntereiiU. Increased; alPtrtbr-rfhlp. ..tr.. | Adence more than any other whltTIC \ I wriptlons. Read our offer on sixth I I 202.A
roTIl.i tren.ri and that earft -t. that there Is none among them I fancy groceries: fruits Splendid Square Piano, la food raped
acd hags
after of the I Factcrr j;wll l lleave i etery one Is expected etc, at Wilson *, n)'.'.. 7
.nown .. *
tonfgb; to lo pet asl man oe..1| member White Tiger. thai none ..r. for sale. very ell.... Mrs. E. (L
pn'tflO poorlble & n atl'lIrljoo' { fro t amfr D I I" Mm McCarty. the Chair- e meeting of the Wnman'jForeign i

lie has been engerrr" kot IIO tllDf',. womc'i of v"our committee) has already !! school or any other1Ptte. Mlmlonary Society of the ;,I PACKERS wanted at [one by Easter: : t
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desire -- ..
intl. or
i I no reservation ,
set Brother F1ato
I nent In seventeen memlierxhlps ling: Cutler
I I side for them schools I Florida Conference will. be held InI I | suite; see )leAll1 ter-Berk. real estate,
)fro M.rr"'l" aDd ) W. including tine t.i., and Kworklrg established
II'W. or schools Bartow Mor :CaDd the ladle 320 1-2 Twelfth Suet )(tarn[ Fla.
sba'.1. of Fort Land.rdn14 wftfh< ;:4hetrelativ for rnorrMembership them established for theirhitdren are Desira51 ll office room roc eat In I .
r : tars or any assistance frrim thelorernment looking forward to a most Interestingservice quire of Bank of Bay B'arayna. I
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and "to )Ikss Jfinre ) cati \If'nl. [toeither I I
Ier Miami
; In fact The Conservatory : of X......
shag of )101111 110:let nl for the I'.r..t.rax rhown brirtwcommunlf our Informant t ; meeting is held a month Franklin Caveman
l"I"t" !r: ; All .ations : mates that tier would resent tiny ef- la'er than usual this year on account Pleasant Sleeping Room la my Bob Director. .
written After !
the north
and III l"PIJIaI" flbr- Die2"th 'orts Twelfth-Street Residence, Showeretc. 22S Twelfth Street 421
In It hat fact bath
of direction and brat of the that the Woman' Board of I
fog: the .amm f fTb. i April should be sent to die, 'I, serous For rent at n.teL Y r..1 If f ,
al, Assistant Secretan', I i trouble, will ensue whenever any Missions of the M. E. Church. South, rammer
-- I i fort Is will bold E. C. Beck 1M I FREE SCHOLARSHIP.Ther .
I Aubrey Frink Sf'tonota"-.i' ; made to force them from their Its meeting In Jacksonville
tat w launch pbl I are
many people la.
recent mode of llfei From bis May 18-%.. and some of the leadingworkers FURNISHED HOUSE. I young
('&ptalBra.. 101. will .U fro... Glen St; )!.fY. Fla per- Miami' and Dad county j Interested im
oral Tenth street for
acquaintance who on rent Apply at
with them attend there
.' O our Inormant will come
Painter ]
few Savannah .ere she will "beas tun AM 1"" } 'I learning book-keeping: and stenogra-'
this office.
1 J...._ pronounce* the solcalledWhite ) to the meeting: in Bartow Miss Helen ,
boa his IIIf'. _
a party summer algal HaE I phy and the Metropolis propose to
|Tiger na Impostor who Is Richardson missionary from Shanghai
tad If ra. Map .j je[ the My.t ..jwltgo laying FOR RENT. STORE ROOM make It possible for two of them to .
upon the China
credulity of the and Dr. Margaret
with tile Sa hire.Cap41n : LIVELY CONTEST. > for pfnonal peole : Polk. opposite post-office, now Occupied a. I ban a chance without the cost of *
I rain China will be
and with (nard o re- here and It Is hoped
i I ; for a bicycle store.. Apply to 222 Thirteenth single: dollar. For full details of the
One vote with nets i Itb. Seminoles or wed. that Bishop Candler will come, topr..rb I.
R lot Jopttha. every tea pal.* I
tt. "ire. Greet 19$ plan set the sixth pase of this papet.
been Oft q. 4abtng banks p gKI: for,, subscription to the Dally Metropolis l -KUseinir.ee: Gazette. tber the sermon on Sunday There

:&hl'N lit" sa that gmuPer apd which can be, rased toward pavlrif Th. will be W or more delegates, to tbConference e I, BIDS WANTED.
... mo-ement of I
cabbage from Mc- from all CARE OF HOUSE WANTED. An
'J..rj.t'li are 1411, ,g: u weft as tb.Iy. t iv e woe worthy young person' war 1stni. parts of the State ? Tenders are requested for the deliveryon
through Evlnston sectloni Is to and the ladles cf the Bartow one desiring: to have their furnished I
time ; a auxiliary
--I correspondence
any thist .Teeteelit lDesaght e coarse y jln ieivy .>t the beach at Cape Florida- la vldaity -
t now that the regular trains A vote for Senator Taiiaferro' Is home eared for during the summer for ''
book-keeping or ,
f : a
stenography. .
per;aid seceal$, mbera.kr For fall TO tb of Old Town, South Point and
OM I iwhich ..I".s ;ie'poaD :particulars read the half-page anounceneot 1aadl)tf all the Southern are an ble to vote for a man who has demonstrated I;I the use of a portion of the same nay ;i I I wharf of twelve hundred ton native
la to-day's business. A special Us eminent fitness for the position be : communicate with "H" care of Metropolla. I i I
: rock In
piece not under fifty v
I I I -.- .h. eight solid cirloadsof Van occupied for onlv a single term .

)fro T. Wlaktlaaf" Xllllcbea: ind! ;Y r, HEAVY FARM ,HORSE for sale alj a crbbage' arrived Thursday m,mine: and who. In accordance with the unwritten and Work completed to begin not by later August than lit.May 1904.teL:
whkrk were
| delivered to the
regular of
T. Flilder Cbemaita, two 1\1'0III1.' 1 bargain: also Studebaker.... J. B. nortabovid train for tranjportaUoiJj : Democratic party Miami Conservatory or Mule.Franklli Rejection of say and all bid reserved

Germans 600 the. rataerlaad.jarl;W. Merritt. Lemon Qty, FU. : : ,,- MfJIT*** *<* r >'-* of Florida Is justly entitled to A second Coleman Boab. director. 225Tw by R. M. Monroe,

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Become an Expert, Stenographer-or-Become! a Competent Book, keeper. '., j .

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The, Metropolis!I has arranged with|the International Correspondence Schools, of $, cranson, Pa., tile leading' institution of the, kind i in this country, for two

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I : :Now;; .he Metropolis is going!to assist two worthy young, people of this vicinity, by \putting them in a;; way to help themselves, and will J give these Scholarships ,

) I' Absolutely Free to the young man and the young lady qhosen by its subscribers jn I Jthe following manner: I II

I ; J : ] One Vote Goes With Each "( 'Week's 'Subscription- I I' .

s : \V each 'payment made on account of subscrip to the Daily Metropolis a ticket will be liven you bearing a'' printed! number to correspond with the number of weeks paid, M

for. 'F is if you pay for one week, you get a ticket numbered 1, counting as one vote, two wee s, a ticet containing 2 votes, a three months subscription 13 votes, a year's

subscri I i t n 52 votes. These you can use in voting for any' person you choose and the young man and young lady having the largest number of votes on the I .



a Will be warded I the scholarships. Tickets will be I three series-April. 1Iay'and June--.and all tickets of the first series must be sent in to be counted on the first day of 1Ia'tickets )'\;

mbnth statement be published showing the standingpf each candidate 3t that date. All tee new, delivered at your;, door for to cents a week and a vote in 'the Contest

Free. j s office; subscribe and get (rout tickets or notify one of our carriers and he w ill bi ing +t ou the paper and tickets. Or drop us a card a messingei will calL

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The aunty Is minus three' prisoners .
STAhEWS. ; ,I .
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A week of pleasure Is planned for working:, the road Monday afternoon Bush & Safford Piano Co.., .
the fugitives Is Frank
..'. annual Chief tong
great ,
an la 7 m|
Fda !
.' There will bej events Kernan. who was nerving a sentenceof ilMcmrnmcd.*10.00000.

+. suitable festival.for the 7j itlre, family Now Is six months for carrying concealed ? Sol 21 e reseatatives e

?: the Ime. after th > work of tboj winter.May weapon The other two were Alonzo Steinway. ; Ssn'sj.: STe2"cric.. j.fi) Clubbing
to bring the lam v ko Tampa at greatly Pcrnell I sen ing a nine-months sentence C mervn n r1&n Cc. 3osten-:

.' reduced: rates to'enjoy toe done opportunity fuf carrying concealed weaponsand Other High Grade Pianos' and Piano Pla>er.s. s RatesU
and battery and Will Robinson .
of the kind during the ,--. aiuult
: r cenvlcted of carrying concealed: Pianos from Cash Tun- ,
There Will be a|i series of rte-en1' fine i $225 up. or easy payments. ,
concert*, the tickets! for the ,season weapons; sentenced to six monthLI' ning and Repairing. A ft-* bargains in slightly ; .
The of
[ Dade
The prlsI people County will
i The last two are negroes
costing[one ,dollar single concerts, I' ? used pianos: Open e\enmjjs. '
[There will be .scenes. (Iud se- I. oners w+re part of a force working on.. I' t- this rear a*'it is to be an one -

lecUons: from the o wiras, a nagniflcent the pew; Hastings road. Pursuit ()()C.oICO'J.oo:. 'OOOC.oo.x.r, d cause of the elections,
,..' chpdren's spectacular proi ram me swift, bat the fugitives were fleet and ; r I
escaped. The men bad evidently i
i a popluar concert otic onuses, and'1.. fine solos planned their break for liberty Netional' State and
a fascinating L* : Miast and and 'took Deputy Sinomden by surprl 1 1Then The LocziccE County
piano music, a charm re ,
lulled his iiusplckms by exemplary
perhaps, best of all. ti ? [ torlo I _
r !,.. I, conduct T\ ,ten they disappeared --7 --
by) i I
-cre t1o 1. given rlo. i
: c&IIfta the guard Expected to see them
at I II
two pianos, ori | | or- FOKSELL PROPRIETOR ;
chorus I back In'' a moment but after a brief The Metropolis
chestra. : i '
f Tb 4 Floral Parade r |' t dsotnef period he became 1 auspicious! and la- I Pioneer : f. -
I veetlgatQd. The f prisoaers wre ro Has perfected
decorated pate c I H. arrangements whereby it can offer .
: Ietles.Sit where it eight >tIe then gave chase: (e I such attractive
Lost of ,the se *t .o$ j RATES $ TO : rates for
t The bloiidhounds were pt on the t-MI'! :.00 $: .')PER [)A' s various newspapers
com IIpDJ.'l costumed harsejneu that there should be no excuse for 4'
t 1 southwardfor people remaining -
the tugii
and foll6ed es
bands, and.other! will > ppear. 1 | Hotel Cornet \\cnuc B and I lib strcf: s in ignorance the
t I IL veered to alto happenings of
and ten
There will ,be I nL'MIOD| the] :T ra i Tomf 1 I = the 'ear. t
I I the *""fand followed j the trail for MIAMI, FLA. i ) ,
Bay track. I
I I fifteen miles In the direction of 4
prizeaj wit be near r --'
fir large -- -
A gun sboo5; ---
Mix i one of the ITf&t t events. The battleship Maine was blown up It is ..alt!' that John Stockton tells t
; A bowling pit 1: ch will be 11 layei. by was on ,horseback, and ollowed until I In Havana .harbor [liD February. U!>8. the people :In his speeches over the I i RATES.
rut ( If I+v a wire fence bUh compelled :
> f ft .
th. Jacksonv01| and Tampa am On February IS, IMS. W. R. llearst.telegrsthed ,
S. f i <'h'a long detour tb it It was pile1 State that he elected S R. Maliory
The political > fly Thunctatl M y f : 1 : to Graver Cleveland that i I j
1 lets o follow further at the time.. It' I'nlted Staves: Senator in :t7. This
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will be! a ronsla t event -I 1 the Governors of fifteen. State*, the + The Daily
t will lie :difficult for th< fugitives/ to .. sev s Metropolisand
gres.loaal..ena 81 and tor-i 'Mayors of flfly-twdl cities: and various to ral persons who were '
Allflbe' .. com nu* their flight as the awthoritlesall I One Year
tal candidate* ;w II be b. be-f I'other perwns had' accepted membership member of that nUIstare and who .
I jnts hare been notified to look
fore the battle",I a occur There on a committee organized by his iaiIurv
l lwin I' otarted the ll
| MK>m prior to InIIPIIHIHK ;
it lor them SL Record. $10.00
r IwIi--i Han. ,bands- ] plenty- en. d AIU.,1, o j Augustine. I j I IIi paper to raise funds to erect a National .__.__ V._. Stocktonthat, ._. III Daily Times-Union
and lots of rooi i for all the ;ruttor',Ii: I Mr E, W. Harden and-Mr. John C. monument to the men who wentI ? Oe ISIOCB-f ( l

Th. rally' w .1 I- till :n TaUp' lPmrW .n'I, a stmaq hare pf rched the Chicago ;I down with the )Maine and asked per- ton) had been given a fair trial that i I": Semi-Weekly Times-Union $5.50.
; ,I II! 'I li I Journal'and assumed'charji of name 1 mission to add his name to the committee he could not be elected1and would have I,

Aquatic eves are being planned. 1 l 11, la>t wee t. Mr Harden Is a sod: of Col Mr Cleveland sent this,reply to get out 'of the rare" Ask Hayes Iii Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
A magnificent spectacular ball( to tie! I,J Mmes larden| Bartow clever' pont- ''to )lr. Hearst: "I decline to allow Lewis I of J*,'kwra county.-Gainesville ,. given ,Friday e ening' will ciwe>1 the f master He began h-> newspaper career I 1 my sorrow for those who died on the Sun. j 12.00
L festivities. j In (the Baijtow Informant offlrej Maine to be perverted to an advertising i i With Atlanta Journal twice a week 12.25
TIle :week ;w 11 jbe! crowded with scheme for the New York Journal" ; With Palm '!
about For Weekly Beach
( j| tuentr yfsr ago sometime MB J! News -
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special fe
vents, and acid tram the ;
( behas{; been financial correspondent --- I ,
tnrea. there arc, the many attractionsof I In i: New York for the fhicacoI !: A GREAT SFXSATIONThere A startling ineid-ntl U narrated by: | .
whir rendtr visit : John Oliver, of t>
always a Philadelphia
the city as foIt'
; I Record Herald The friend* of, Old
many wan a big sensation subscribers must all back
i in dues
to Tampa so "'nji.TaWe. !IMr. Harden. In Bartow will unite With ,lows: "I w. la an awful condltiosu pay before
Everybody sb.uld| be there. Ail i Ind, when W. H. Brown of that.I 1! skin a 5 can take advantage of these offers and cask f
the Courier-Informant: In wishing him place who My was:, almost ,yellow eye sunk
was expected to die, bad
roads lead to ,:Tampa IB the first week great mi-Tens. In his. new venture In saved; tongue ai fn advance st accompany all Orders for
I ,, his life by Dr. King's New Dis-i.. en. coated! pals,Continually .iii' ,
slit. >these combinations. .
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the announcement made to the public .L
I coycryfor: c-lI1IlDptJOa. back and .
J I >I He writes::;, sides. a appetite growing i i i |i :
To Mend China Take: a' very thick the Journal MTS It win ruggedly!: advocate "I endured i Insufferable agonies from'Asthma weaker day ,by dart Three physician M I ,,
honesty and decency It will print but New gave' ADDRESS : -
solatloaof; guisj amble U water; and your Discovery Y"D oN up. Then I war .,
: ; all the :Sews-all of it-and without me Immediate relief and soon thereafter use advised
stir Uioj ilt tlarter tOf[ Paris until the fear It win be beyond the j'f'acb: of effected B complete cure" Similar to Electfic Bikers; to my Joy the, ,

oj.. mlxtarc, Womes' of,'the properT. n '"- trusts politlclsns, IraDt'blaeabben cures of consumpt oq, pneumonia first| bottle cade a decided Improvement { Miami

'teacy. j **ip:!! it wfch.4' brash to the or favored Interests of any kind. It bronchitis: and grip are numerous.. I continued,their use for three i Metropolis.

fractured edges of the china, and stick' will have no alliance with vice? la any It's the peerless remedy for all throat weeks, and ',am now a well man. >i I I
flees together..i) IB khf M daya; the ar- form. TheJournal! will portray the I and lung foubles. Price We and f 1.no. know they robbed the grave of anothelvictim. II ,

tide CBBBot| b* broken I" the) same better things of I!dally life and avoid,|Guaranteed by an 4na I.ta. Trial .- No one';!should fall to tri iii ;

pUea. Th. 'vatteMM, tftMl) cement as:far as a newspaper mar tare erim- bottle frea. them. Only CO teats, guaranteed, al I a

'. ,.... ndoaitj. TBhwWc- i i BOB record O' Ttoleae' and ,Crtae.I .-.! dv I i all droggljta.

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NOTICE.To or lected. The offices of secretary and NOTICE. NMhVeNN t

( East Coast Ry. treasure In the discretion of the Ir S

<. AU Whom it May Concern: board of directors may b* filled by To AU Whom It May Coccehi:
-+ Notice .. hereby given that the undersigned I one and the same person. The names Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Mark : {I '
LOCAL TIME CARD No.53. n Effect Feb. 16,1904oiiNtovM
Intend to apply to his Exj I of the officers aid direct* who, are Intend to apply to th.'Honorable I

TSwms-IIAp SOWL -*Ca UP. j!{ celibacy, William S. Jennings Gov- to conduct the business of ths corporation Minor S. Joliet Judge of the "WADDELL'S I,

rnor of the Stat. of Florida for LetrI I Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
Np .,M n.. M NalO ii..iil .! N..00 N. 70 IN 71 IM ItD.gy. thou elected at the first
ATNNIi E ten Patent on the proposed charter Clrcjit of Florida within and for Dade Guarantee is
Duly. IM 4. Dull. iy. baiy. b.tlyt b.tly. D.44. I i! election shall be qualified are Thomas S a .

,... i 14 v aunt. A .Ara .1 ... .. I hereto annexed county, for said Judge's approval of
.q Costlgan. president Edward Burke
I 11 .. a. le 1.a ...... I.. J kwav. Lv I H !1 1 .. ; $ Written Contract.
IlOp 111+ OWa1. t.Augu.tln. N. i.ta I/3 110 -. i I This 24th day of February A. D.1904 first vice-preside jit: John F. Olive the proposed Charter hereto annexed I S
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..i10 1! 1 Di U'' .dal': i t..i H.13If EDWARD. BURKE second vice-president. S L. Patterson I upon Monday, the ISth day of April
1!, JOHN F. OLIVE. \. D. 19114. at TltusTiDe. Florida I S You are %t itfied or $
L. 111 11 43 p 1e a Ar..Palatl ,. Lv 1n. a 4l1 !0 secretary and treasuie*: sad Thomas He i .
{ 40 IS 11 13. I J L..PUau l A .... I too. / f0 I& ; THOMAS COSTIGAN. Costigan.; Edward, Burke, Job F. Olive I Dattd this 10th day of March A. D. t.ot. S :;

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T00 $WaLvtl.iM.t.'A TtI TIS I put you en t;
Wa ? N& T13i t top
S L. PATTERSON. shall constitute the !b wI" of directors 41 L. F. ROBINSON.
.. : : by selling you it the I
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i.., Cl .Y.,..: ..Darnell.. ...,. .. 413 .... ... : The organization ajl lint annual Y U. LEONARD bottom.
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i Duy nt 4 13U CHARTER. I J. F. OLIVE. .
.. 00 131P IA l1 .....Ore' nd "4 & t t7 LH. ,. meeting if tl.c stotkboUfi shall be I S
11 41 1 1/ )47 p 1014. .. Dal' a. I u n N. 1 1/ 4 U ... I The nndenlgned person, Thomas held on the lint Monday In April, A t:. A. HART -nJy your wand it you S ;
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lilt lib t1/p ufawb.., r, .. t4. oNa 1031 In. i CoGtigan.; Edward Burke John F. Olive D. 1904. In the city of Miami, Florida, CHAS. IL OARTHSIDE. # oifmn roan ftlMdiIllI.-
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114 4n It1If 100! ...7ltirtl.... lfrea 194& 101 $03p...... I W. W.Enrin S. L. Patterson the principal place of business ei $ eouatf.

.. io'p i .:RLee O.O..4. .. 1 113 4[ 1 I brrebr ascoclat, themselves together Aid company at the office of Cra. I CHARTER. I S Cdi7 aad see s

131 4 41 p ; tieo p :.. G tt., 'I U J :.. for U e purpose of becoming Incorporated The undersigned persons C. L. F.
u { ..... 1f 1t $7W ham. Patterson a Erwin; and there- E. A. WADDELI
.. 111 ... J.b..11 n ... ... II i4. .. .. nder the laws of the State. of alter on the first Monday in February Robinson, T. M. Leonard. ,J. F. Olive, I I :
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I13f t Lu. le.+ Eat
E. A. Hart and Cbas. IL Garthslde, I..t'- .
$ d 'n.3 II U FloriI L Bureau )
.. T tot Pt. N. !n 40 U P I of each and every year. c.alectioa _
...., 1 iT ...Tlbb. I/3P ... loUa. ... .... I proposed hereby associate themselves together Aasaep
Th '
.. / Ed. 1 U p Ie n.1 .... ... < following Is the charter The officers and board of directorsof I first Xat. But
..1 U P ena.4..r. I 1 i ..... l I b4 .... ... fcr the Intended corporation: for the purpose of becoming Incorporated l: .Hiaii.! FU. sNt
.. ..... .... t t59 $ I 0 P ..... e N .... ......- said corporation shall be elected at ( .
---. .,. tIf p .t I..f4n4., I C3 p .. U .....:. ...a.. Art cle One. The name of the cor- uDder chapter 4898 of the Acts """ "" ,."" "''''.
......; .,,.. ., i7 l p :: Ju I! P 1 1. : ..... the first annual meeting of the stockholders of A. D. 190L of the Laws of Florida G
4i 111 SS I CS p lkarh i u t 10 13 p U 1143. IM pIL por shall ,be the Dade County and at each annual meotinc i -
I11 x40 I43p 4..4.J fi..k. COp 10i3p tb 14114 { Mp .... Tbe following /Is the proposed charter TWO la
.. .. 1C7P lsa ... i1p and Trust Company of the stockholders thereafter, or if many BBTrgg: THAN 05*. i
IiN .... If3p .:: ... S07p.. la........ up offices Dade for the Intended society and club: '
1414 .... ..F 7 $I v ..- 0 O4 p ... N ...... I at Miami year no regular annual meetingfor ; Here'. *"**' fur
1 u& 3 1 p .., $' 414 p ..,. .. .,-. .. County Florida: I Article 1. The name of the society reader: if0 the MKTIOPOLM "
any cause be held they shall te'I I' lou want
.... to
H s. save
P p Boner
111p iti. 410 t. i'! and club shall be Miami Gun Club, -1)
1 N I 10 10 .. 1 0 I ?. Article Two. The general nature of elected at the next meeting of stockholders i and we know how to help you W'
I the biislnesh to tie ''transacted shall be with principal office at Miami Dade Not fix U so you pal hu" more Uaa 'l
17.1..d.aM atop es aail.a. h.n U.. M act boon thereafter called for that pur- I I the price clone wDer and 1.
Florida. ebb
county awe
the Insuring the owners oL real estate
e. I I joo w.nt. The "the
po prtff of I
'i and others interested i Artiste Z. The general nature of the I Times-lnion Daily 1
Condoned Schedule Botwee JsoksonYAle an st. An naine. mortgagees Article Six. The highest amount of I citizen hasreoeatly
object of the corporation society and i been reduced to> tile
1/. 1 I la real .estate as OWDerl. Incum- following prMwe
JACRfoNylLlt N..t1 N 2stNal7t N..aS+ S.43 ( lyi1J I IJM. IIj Indebtedness which this company may i i club sha2t be the and Three months. .. . .1
1 bran otherwise loss development per- i|i s
OT. AUCUST1IE b&fyIJaily, s11y t Z'y 7 duly or against by
TO 11IM7 n. -
i to r. w f< I at any time subject itself is one-hat i| ftix monih. .. ... ..{ 1S ,
fectlon of skill the of the l1nD'sI
J.eksavnl._. T I 1. es a I % I9 is 1 IO p1 S 30 i1 3 000 S tS pl a 7S, reason of Hens, Incnmbrances or de- of the amount of its then fully padj, on part One '.t::: JS "
.M titgu.ur... O lJ u 10 11 >f a'' l u t 30 730 4 00 pl 1 11 S U p 10 hI pTe i fectlre titles; the loanlnk and InvestIng in capital stock. i i 1 members In the art of wing and trapshooting ; propone to send ;J'bctb; t

of [ties Its i and also the entertainment I 1 Daily I and bunday. TimeVfnioB 7
n b money upon ecU ,, upon ..
MCEM1YlLLt Melly U7 D ul I R laa j tai.cull. I t 1 luLv.sLAssess. I l Lally bath I idly own account and u ag< nt or trustee Article Seven The names and reIdeates *- 'i! of clubs of similar kind and of mem- Citizen and the Utraorous for : ,

of the Incorporators of the: Six month .... .
.. -
1 ... tin
..., s ea try. TM& Ii 1.s 11 M:1t/Op{ 4 Op et0.I atOpI S..p for other persona; the ac inlrlng. bold- be s. of such clubs in friendly contests One JJ "
Are J.ekaoa.ill. ... 1 M J 14 1310 y 12 40 1 10 f 0 71 7 30 7 s0 S ins using leasing and 4is- company and the amount of capital of L kill In wing and trap shooting; :and W!will send yo* the Hems-Weekly a .
stock subscribed ,
ream for by, each are a.follow. inws-lnion U.
also the giving of prizes to personacompeting aid Citizen and
Th Following .re Through Pullman Trains i iI| posing of property personal .: Thomas Costlgan, New York' "jUrraorous : the ;
the and executing of la contests of skill at wing ..
EASTERN TIAMt I wES US; TIAW I accepting trusts
i land
.Sfe.r7Mrfta-gtvlcrk.B4norMftS.MUl' I N.. I I sad iS-Cl i..n dories lftl.tmttlfi orders Judgments ,City one hundred four (104) I I I and trap shooting.j Mix m 'bator. ..... ..... "" 1 OB y
.14..31 W 11-.wtb.nY 1i. -. I trio *1 M4))*2-rktcftM. d Flortdft LlftUM i pursuant to and shares; Edward Burke, New York City' I Oney.ar......5 1
5..43..1 44-e.sbn.rd P .w'd. Umlt.1 I +N.. tfm4 30-T. rtortdft Ual HiTbM decrees of of record and j I Article 3. All members of this club Yt
court by
hundred and Thai
one (103) for 2S
.tr lessreeete .I&aI $'7dTtlitn&ndan.nd.rtnwttanwilllrekarpLD.7 i iAirrOBD shall gentlemen at least cent more than the
i of tweaty- '
$ .O .MI e.r. .a $b...1.asI.t wbkk a.Iatr.K..t tar. I..barld. virtue of devise* and bequests; acting F. Olive New York City one price f the daily you gr4 two !*pen -
one years of age and shall be admitted and foi fifty cents 1
more than
as agent attorney-In-fact executor the n
hundred and three (103) W.
BKAJTCB. 6RAJTQE CITT BBAJTOH.ISItftL administrator trustee ahUeai [ to membership In said club by a majority ular pi ice of the Jl amorous, you ,N
assignee assignee -
W. Erwin Miami .Ft*, seventy-five ) vol.' the Weekly TimesUniooaM
raTl.... I 'UTlO.. for the benefit of creditors, receiver cf the Executive Committeeof Citlxen and the Fsrmer
D.11 Dell bell Dell Dui Dsllt (75) snares, and S. L. Patterson. )(1-1 and Fruit t

M .1L..........T7etttri4D. .. ar'' 10 m 1 *. II S.a'n..Arf 1s, or guardian; and owning and emi Fla, one hundred and 'Eases this clib.Article ttrower.: Send 1| .
SN wtlTs..sssi'i O.etbw.--.A 111 *kM II It* L> UkrHflM$ 3 IN operating abstract books covering lavdtitles t. The term for which this la your ubscriptiqns to> us. Cuk
Lv._ _fc. t>r rlWu..Ari II N. 5O/ II LT Orftntro City Ar 00 4' (115) shares.THOMAS club U to ex.'st Is twenty-five advance always at sheep prices.
M ftJIf...._ ... ***t4 ....?.?J-T IS pas U 46afAr..Or.City J..Lv 3010 UBwt la Dade County Florida and COSTIGAN. (Seal) years. T.. Maraorou.
and 1 of abstract Article S. The names and residencesof 1 !
the making selling orsearches EDWARD I Miami.' Fit
BURKE (Seal)
Bw17 I Nwli N.. IScud. subscribers
the follows
>U YPOIt"1' of title therefrom. are aa : :
D.Hy Deily. SaadaINi T M. .
I JlBAJliCJL Leonard residing at Rouse'pPoi
f MIII Article Three. The amount of the
W. W. ERWIN. (Seal
StI 4 ...__...._..__Jo MftIIo _. ..._.. ..... _.. I I) capital be Fifty thousand t. !
11 p .. __._.....__ _..UO........._..:..._:...... L I II Q!j (550.000.1) S. L. PATTERSON. (Seal) Claries Cartlulde. residing at
11w. 14 f ..._.___ .i....Ibak la .................... L 'M u, dollars divided Into five lit &
4. Ii p _.._..._. ...'t------ --. .. .......-...-. Lvi T lI '' Miami nLA. over
M hundred shares of the par' value of
---.I4-.t. "....... --1 p STATE OF FLORIDA. gFeL
E Hart, residing at Rhode Island. =
--- hundred dollars
One ($100.00) each
KNIIISUUR ;AND OCCIDENTAL JTEABSHIP, CONNECTIONS IIABL, which shall be payable at,the, optionof I COUNTY OF.. DADE: J F. Olive residing at New York aij Pcital Areas J
On this day before
personally appeared
'nor I C L. F. Robinson, residing at New- !
tott.CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE p. A .. L t. COMPANY FM the corporation In cash pro>rty I me .Thomas Costigan, Ed and
real or personal, at a just Initiation I por. R. LA'tlcle List Your Property With TVi.
Burke John F. OU.. "
W. W.
,, TEST I C. The business of this corporation -
I to be fixed by the Board of;, Directors j ,
| and S. L. Patterson to me well known shall be conducted
Tk.M Tin TatiM._ahe tlWr.ftlVnlch' mint may b. eiMrtrd te arrtr sad ..,.,. of this company at a meetlnj called the persons described In and who mem-I A fine piece of hay front property. .
__ ..**Trmlitfttl M.k>itlH>('anrtmier.t.p.rt.te. at ttw .,... >ui'"d I. o4ardoM ............ for that I jss Executive Committee of- five with riparian right, withla few
t+. U>.CeBpftft/ bold Itfttlt raap.w.tAl tot .*r d.!.;or .any et._..-............. purpose subscribed their name to the fore bers-a president,; a vice-president Binuf+. wslk of the bu....... center a

i Article Four. This corporation shall going articles of Incorporation a* and I at Miami being zGO feet on =
: ,; secretary and treasurer. The offices bay sn<
l rO.ihofek, : : LdC&L 'fI MB CAKD.,Oth.r I>fonuUom continue, and hate full power to exercise I for articles of Incorporation of the I of secretary} and treasurer shall be 1 4410 bearing feet trees deep 0111"having This a lot is of Ere
and operate Its corporate franchise a.
Dade Title Insurance I
County and
"8cC TBC.1C-CET AGE iT." for
ailed; by one and the same person. a winter home.
*, privileges' powers and nmunl- | and did
That Company severally acknowledge
I. D. SA1I ES Mt:, Ge-. 1"uL" ST. AUQUSTttIC 7L&I I I The names of the officers and mem- I I
Agent.. .! ties for thj term of DtDet1-DIa. (39) ( f
I they executed the same
I I II bers of the Executive Committee [who 328 Ttelfti Slrett. Silntr BI< ) and after the
reais coamenee- for the purpose and use therein ex MIAMI
-- are to conduct the buslnesa of thelcor- FLA.
menf of Its corporate existence
I pressed.IN .
I I poraticn until those elected at thejflrst '
I Article The business of this' WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
election shall be qualified are: C. L. F. :

I I BI.ACKSMITHISO, company be conduct by a hereunto set my hand and omclal seal Robinson president; Chat H. Garth- White Eagle; BaiterFour Shoe.

,.B HavenBKAVY WSC F ,
'7' I +I i *, Repairing' and Soldering, Brat )dent, second ![11'101'1',1 D. 1904. and treasurer and E. A. Hart T. Chairs. No Waitiif.

.I""T" : > t All Guaranteed. FtntClue.l3hop't8o dent, and tres-iurer', and aty i (Seal) J. W. HORNER :M.I Leonard the Executive CommIttee jll jllI Best Smfce i iu the City.A. ,

J I r I J other! such
; .. ;1Avanue: D. u may from time to time be appointed I the State of Florida at Largo The organization and first annual 3O2,Twelfth, Strwtt
I I '
I'' meeting of the members Of this club -- J

I 4 I. I I hall be held on the I first Monday In I
I [ January. A. D. 1905, In city of (
< -- j-l : -- llilIT.It I! I. | pe

i ? .. :Miami Florida, at th* Seminole Club I '

S 1AE I and thereafter on the first )Monday In Rates. '

SEABOARDAir January of each and every year.

: I !I PLUMB(} and : Article 7. fhe By-Laws of this cor- You can save money by subscribing 1

PLUMBERS' i poration are to be made altered or re- i :
I the
Liii ail, : | -rinded by a two-thirds rpte of the paper
,;. j,, SUPPLIES t=_ 'members of this corporation In good I you, want through {

I standing at the time of the of
Clmlud ird Sicjde ttftt* The I 1I
.. I I:! any Dy-law ; II j ji
All kind of wtleels I
Article 8. The amount of In-
Savannah Columbia d JamJcn Southern! Pines. for I I J
sale or
i .debtedtess or liability to which this I -

Raleigh Rich.njhJV4thinl| ;ton. Baltimore[ jit t O'f'01t"I I I orporatlon shall at any tlm< subject <
itk StreelKiiml PIi
I I Me&oPOliSe.
: Philadelphia i New York f I I Itself shall never be greater than two- I the |

-- thirds of the value of the pit petty of I i '
Three ElezaSeaboard nt FT r fins Daily : -r -- --- I the corporation. and

:. :: Na AT York I Liivlited 'I McNeill & Co. I I Article. The amount In value of the ': Daily Metropolis lot 1:1I

Seaboard Ex res'I' I Seaboard Mailman real estate In fee simple; or any leasehold I $ 0.oo a year or both
A-I I 1
I I Ii estate which tbe\ corpora Ion may fnr six months fot.

I Modern ,Pul Equipment. Livery Feed 'and Sale Stable ;[ hold subject] always to tbe approval, '. .00. .1
I i of the Circuit Judge, shall not be over

,'T*a .._"" _...,t.ta.,..."y+.Tr. .U t..dr4w..r. I*I t< rar"'111'.d.'led' th'.. e..._...r-voloa...... .xala e.n.lrety np-r.t-d of Pa11te.1e ..''M''1! 12th Street, ''N'ests of n8 (lrolld. 'I j I I ?the sum of $%,51)0. *

U.1 '. ... .. ,... .., .., I
; 4..iIk .. suara 4 n \ w Y ;W..bl..ct' I s tI. t ..a t..la l IIarT'u. a C. L. F. ROBINSONT.
-.. .. L......4al1'._.... .....\1-! rae/.kae.I.ah.a.+tt...... FlorldslJ..MIOnly ', We have gentle horses, brpke fir j ladies to (ride! arid drive. I M. LEONARD The "

line o'perati J.r. datI'l' through sl..epers from Good Comfortable J. F. LIVE.
Carriages E. A. HART. [Daily Metropolis
I lack:, Orlellni. ,
First elms Teams and l DO

I Reliable {White Drivers. I STATE OF FLO DRI A- I SemlsWceklyTimes'Lnion ,1

For fun :nformatiot: an.\\ .icrper; r rnt on'. call on s fie agent of th.shoartll COUNTY OF DADE:

,, r wr e On this day personally appeared be- I
I I I I I-.t...... .. -i it... .... ........: *.*"J*' ........... ,
fore me C. I F. Robinson, T. M. Leonard
A. O McDONNELL s\t. ... "'10' a6L Jackso tille Fla.S 'r' % year I
t J. F. Olin E. A. Hart and Chas. $5.50 a

Florida Pastime 'I H. Garthslde, to me well known aa: the :

C. RO LSTJ:v J r.. Pass. Arr .l lfI Record \ persons described In, and who I snbvrtbed Weekly Metfopolis and SemiWeekly I f

I I I i t Pubiit ''ling Co-i I their names to and executed, Times-Uniori' both I

the foregoing article of incorporttionas I ,
I. totriaamr; for fwhlicaiMiii of a IliaNIK one J2.0O.
toavtifally :
iratrt) t&yo.aais..4 year.
f FS.wtla R .w...C'O' ... Hm s... II will be ..apps. wnt .. ral..n '. and for articles of incorporation+ of i 11
.J-'iJJSO'I'.h. a den hue is H. Edit .! .. -- -
by -
..I.TJa.coa40+" 'I 1 I xu M. S L .r4TTERM'Cr :' P',.._.. baednnw .......... In trace a Corp.'. mb coMprtral t-... H rli mm'....a...4 iairn-liar wnm. Half to I. %' the Miami Gun Club and did severally -- --
den I wr-J',"slret I a.d trra.r .,.. ow it sboeld re to.err c..6rsrra fvr ff. I I i. EC'.L' TIWjKrcof cf. t...tart this acknowledge that they executed! tile The
I 4mnpaNy VK|- pvblicatkM w ib a tMia.fi e Pompano Inn [E.
I .'-riP'.... list.e M.dM rlt..sa.d. To.<.. ,.... tav fulknriaa'Inctistrial..tra..rdfeaod.rb.adsl..ra ,
I ... same for the aDd (..hereinrxprersed.
1 1 i l'" : I Fi11bla.k brlow od w>4 _. ladaunal lt.ro 4 purports uses
DaB I 1 C- Jack..vtlly f J..i.with cmM.diver sad y... will b. *.trrrd for vs. '. f I
rear 'Ih
\ Qour: Abstract :
ty ,
r- ........ Ill..l
Ever. M* Is v M Ctrl WM (S.r..cut _l Bed rrora. I In Witness Whereof have aerenntoet I.j
tk. Will __
I I particular Men..t by.wail
I I I ...o.ad iatelvJs _.t"'lIt>. r.phlr -< my hand and official seal this Pompano, Florid
1 1:0.'TtD: I Ii _... wrllHV U'M4 Bed .lb..., af MS 1t.- __ 11
i ........1. ....ra... FIowWa_ wortk. O 1 'seventeenth day of Man' A. D. U04. --- ,
c.ta Wrus Wda '-' --
SEWELL BUILDING : MIAMI.[ FLA L. A. MITCHELL.. Accommodations tor gentlemen

I I I II' Industrial Record, Gcmviny Notary Public ;;Notary only. Produce burcrs and aolioton -

I Seat 1bUc. wiH find that they can
/_n.MM. .c,_nW J.. fpl" a'"*f tt* ** J_of TItle pr.tfy tilt asJ ..*, N I My Commission. Expire, Janaary O, covet molt kmtory in a day
from her
>-". rt"! __.U I I I ... .;... ....... . ... .. . . ...,1904. point on the Un 7r

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I I RA BANKING fort Dallis! National'i Bank. SAVING DEPARTMENT

OF wrT A-lVI"X. 1'I. ... ... I

: CAP2'TA2 ? 00.,000.00: .


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

I : condition at Ihe close of March :28th? 1904. Below is a condensed statement of the condition -
I..' i of the EI ,brt Dallas to which the public attention is called, showing continued increase t ti

II i I 'I I' in strength and business. ,
I.: I
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I : I r Report to th Comptroller Currency:! (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas Nationa

Bank at the close of business March :28th? 1904.
I I I "
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:: !! l.A.i setsLiabilities.. "

I ,I i Loans and Discounts. j. . . . $$163,955. Capital Stock. . J I. . . .. . .$t o0...., oa, .1
:. .'I'i Overdrafts. . . . . . ., 250 18 Surplus.J..i.)/. . . . . . 2.000 I 00 ,
,i I U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. :1. 25.00000 I Profits..I.'; ..* . . . . . . 1.569 I 72
!I Premium on the same . ji..437 50 National' I Ilank notes outstanding .25,00000

I i II I DadeCountyBonds. :: .. ::::. .... : 5,000 oo eposits, i . . . . .q. . 262,070

I Banking House . . . . .p.2QI3 : I I
I I Ii
i U.S.Bondsowned..i.$5 ,62500 .I'I .. ,
'. i I I I Due from Merchants National r' Ii Iif
f Bank of New York . 19.15988 \
i j I I If1
i : I r Due from National Bank of I IJacksonville :

I' I 11 . . . .18.39946 I I '
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.-. I Due from Mercantile Exchange
.:-' I I I! ., \ / Bank Jacksonville 7,33615 I 1',' I Ii
: : I' Due from Trust Companies of ,'I 1'I

I I I I New york. . ... .. .. 7.5 o0 20 I I I
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I f : -11.1 i I! I Due from State Banks and I r

i' {( I I.: Bankers. . . . .. 10,24908 ''i I I .
(. I '. I t I i Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.250 ooCph I ,

i I I on hand in vault . J i 33.263S5*153,783_ ; 60S39O.64O ., i I! !
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I I !I : ; ,oj If Suits;Wool Crash, $ ''now .
i I 1 .J.T w I Ycam. 17 ; were i o S 555
; OOO 00 i i : 'if'. : 22Su tsl-ancrHom: spun.were$12.5o.now. 6 75$5I
.'I I 1 : y r : 18 Suits Fancy ChC'lots.ere 115, now 8 55

: ; l ...... ...........: .''I u ; 10 Suits Fine \\'orsted were $20, ,now. 13 75
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M wits Fine I Fancy Worsted, were $25. now 16 75

orth : I I finest 1|s in the world to be closed out at f 17 Suits !Fancy Striped Flannel,.were 18, now. 7 75
the goo
,, ff 47 Pair Fancy Striped Flannel Pants were 16 now ; 3 45

i ; !Ij 05 Pair Odd Pants were 3.50. 4 :and 5, now 1 95
ccst. t
efW" ;;K// Qrk r I! :B'a'ts. *1
;I I ; I \t) .. r too AVhite Duck bats t for men and boys were I, now 37c
a Hotel Block close t dens Straw to be sold! at exact
I Unplaced!the goods in ourbrinch store in the Hisca; 1ne{ to out r'.Is 150 cost
e 1 of tithe tjoom for them: in our main store. Onj of the firm and Palm Beach 175:; Felt Hats to l he sold at cost f
"i salesmen' t <1 w 11I* thefe to close out this mammoth! stock. Theyiwill; discount any and all II.;, Mens and I lioys. Caps were 7;c and i .00,'now 45c
cut .ices tut! ;has eVeri been mad. It will pay you to take ajday t off and I look through s sh13't8. r: .
I this p 1ne line ofIgoods. 'hich1 1 ie sold at a sacrifice. The season isis over and our 47 Men, Fancy Shirts were 1.25. now 47c
: cha a.for pacing!! ifioriey on tlh past, all we want is :Newj! York. cost 66 liens [Wilson Bros J Stiff Shirts were 1.75 now. ale

11 End} will.mention) a ew prices which will gire!you an j 65 Mens Madras! ; Shirts were l.'"', flows .' |105

: ,[idea of [bis great cut price sale. j! /. I 77 liens Fine Imported Madras Shirts were, 2.50, now | 35
I i ir T" i I I Un.d.e1: :." ear
AVeHWe ave the j i goods to back what we advertise, and! if yo .1 will drop J We have most all rises, but WiIso,1 Frcg. Monarch and Cluett lakt=S."Uest- by Test;.

wefwillpiioveittoyoii.This} !! : f sale will. last' until the goods ifasuitneedsalteringwehave,$0 tlnot 1Caibri4g.:; n Undershirt> ami Drawen..I3'ocgoal.now! 37-
In a I I la doz Jolt .n;;lan t'ml.rlurt' and lraers f( C goralv, now .
arellso!' d.! Remember M. place, Hotel BI can:+| Block, next to a "Man: on the Spot"to do +.i; j .I..ot: Fine Li,lc t'",I fihirh an.1 Dr.iwcr. s. o)goals. now 45 95 'L.
Drig'Siri-' !i '" '! This is the chance of a lifwI 335 ,. :
l : ; :;' time tog t fine up-to-datel5 i do/ NVoj r>l UiKlvtthiru were 5-Oi, now I r. 2 95
1 : I I ( clothing for I less than price I' loot \\"o<|1 Itawer. were :.(YJ. now .1. .0' .. 95
Will I be at Our Regular Shoe Store.
i The Shbc Sale, I of cheap stuff. I IVTons: osliery.
I : I5ct Fancy foil Ilo. ,now 9e jjc Fancy-Half IIo.c, now 10c35c
:. f i 'I 3501 Fancy Half Hose, now L 2Oe 5< Failcv Half: Hose,now
1 'JOHN SEWELL: & RO.I $i...0 Fancy alf Ho- now, :!. 6Qe
J s t I : I I I I Belts Suspenders an Neckwear going!\ ; th< same route.
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