The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
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 21, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00091
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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1.. No., 112. :.=. =-. MIAMI, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1904. u: Shft Price 5 CentsSELECTING I ,

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Panama Company Ready To Transfer I Mr Durdine Consents to .
I COD.ODK., I Metuint Parrlub and \VlU ,

r. I Paris April 21_Important I. action ., I -- I II I
I After long ptraunal
'A ROUTE relative; to the Panama canal ban teen 1\\11I Be ,,Made to Steamer MartinIque And the People of Miami! Will the part of those ;
taken for the lonHusiun of !all formal- i tional mattrrs. Mr I -DREAM
at Havana. Have Music This Summer
jilts for the transfer to the felted wnte to anin be a "
States of the concession held by he I I :Member of the County
: Panama Can l .ompaDY. These formalities -' : i from this dlctricL I
Jie reached such an adiadeed I
Mr. Burdioe realizes
Bridal Couple on :I The Boys MB Tetra out Memorial Dd for: Believe British -
Prominent stage; that prai-tirally nothing: This Smnmtr-ttorfc Wi Btglo VUMontk > rifice personally and In

remains to make the transfer complete Vw BIlge Keel Rolff Beds first Tlrae-AI Musicians I Invited way for him to give his I and {
a 25,000Mi! e Journey;, but a.. a matter of precautionthe t I work, but there has been U.CS. Ships
detail of the action already taken 'aDd .dItr bnpnoVements.i to Jota versal demand from tho .

, -ThH: I are not made public pending the meet' I 1 i f I "served Ith him and ':"t
ing of the stockholders of the company ,, I 'I I could not longer refuse
next Saturday. when It Is expectedthe i I
their wishes
COMING: tO MIAMI final transfer of the concession I On or about May' in, the steamer I The Miami Cornet Band will be reorganized The Metropolis Is JAPANESE j

'' will be ratified. It can be stated however I Martinique.. {Captain Dillon of the Pen- i i for the, summer. The first I pleased to learn that Mr.

( that the action already taken IIIul.rj"j Occidental Steamship Line. rehearsal of the members was held remain on the board a* by -
---+ |I poRltlvelu' assures the ownership of the | will\ behauled; out on the dry dock In 'last night and l''largely attended, and i long and valuable .." ..... :
I' : canal by the United States. I Havana for'extensive repairs that will In position to do
I II : dlsplte the tact pat many of the men great I
- Mr and Mrs[ Samuel E. WbitmireDtsUnoutsbcd take Mveral weeks| and which will ;, have not touched their Instrumentssince I' county, of Port -.Artfatr-
CHINESE ANXIOUS TO FIGHT. I when ebmpletedr make her practicallyas last summer they showed Mr. E. W Parrish of I
aid up I I Said, to I be in Danger
Journalist I
Changhal. April 21.--Gen. Ma Tu good ,
f I "i new. well and manifested much Interest In Beach and Mr. W. L. '
Win ,Write Story of I Kan. commander of the Chinese army In the work to be done will be the the re-orgaalzatlon, which It Is Intended Jupiter' will be & YWenct-U. S. Win Protect -
Authoress | ,on the Manchuhan border, reports I taking out ;of the old and putting In to make jarger and better than first and second districts

l'J Tour for Benefit t of! future ,that the j Russian troops are moving a new bilge keel laying new' boiler ever before. men well qualified for the \ I War Correspondent
I west of the Llao river. He says Ita beds and doing other expensive workto I Another rehearsal of the memberswill I
Bridal Couples1fl also Visit I If I difficult too control his' troops as they the hull; and Interior o' the ship. I be held tomorrow night and It SENATE CONFIRMS Japanese I Spies CaugbtII -

n are anxkkis to attack the Russians All of her planking will be refastened I Ithe Intention of those Interested 1.1 II Issues J
Cuba and South America. I Washington April 21.; Paper Money.
i reraulked and recoppered. The machinery I make their first appearance In the ,
WILL HAVE FAIR. I I' I In executive session
OCALA will also be remetaled
mortal Day exercises next Tuee4ar.I '
Orala. p April 81.-The directors of throughout ,and the engines and boilers There are thirteen active membersnow lowing nominations:. I'
f the Oral Fair Association: at a recent worked and put In perfect Howe, United State )
f fOa upon I In the organization and aa Invitation '
<< their bridal tour and |I.t the ook decided to bold I, Eastern district of I April 21-A rorrevpoadent
meeting { steps a condition for next season's run to Havana musicians .
all lathe
Is extended' to
under date of the ICth .....
4 masters: South Carolina! j
mate lal that fair the wiater, and it
see time gi i city to come out and practice with
I Westminster : Great bitterness has bees .."...-
KS In rejecting Is believed that It will be on a seal The material for these repairs Is key ; (
i band.
may help oth it young coup them and join the Manchuria against Dnl-
rout jtor their first trip alter as big ii, any State fair ever held, In now arriving and is stored on the terminal When fully equipped the band will N. Tabb. Tbomasville; {
a erly A. Davis, Rocky and Americana because It I* re "
JIW'I'Iap.lt. I and Mrs. i amu I E. Florida !j i'I' dock; here. There are twenty ,[ be open to public engagements and their vessels took part la the
'Whitmlre an veV 4) }a Savannah early I crates of copper each 'crate holdingsix I will furnish public concerts on frequent of Port Arthur while

last night pi :Ja 3S.OOO-mlljlweddlnc) FAILED TO APPEARCandidates hundred or more sheets; several i occasions during the heated OUR HEROIC I the Japanese Sag (;

Journey, the Interesting incidents of bales of ,felt and caulking and a quantity i months as has been the custom In putiamm.n. I belief la apparently du. to 'a* \
to ie given to < public of brass and other copper fittings I orchestral part of the \
which are r7ba pie that the Japanese fleet was .lid>
early la July1 tn book'form' jsays tho 1- for the 'machinery. Lumber for the band Is Mpel.JiJ"rotIclellt as are all ,,, that the Russians had expected: 'l!

Savannah Nei '*. 'I wood work! Is expected] dally. The I the others tile majority of them being I be. and Included vessel of aa .11
Mr. WhltmlU''Sa A Georgia*'I by birth for State Offices Disappoint material sill be taken'' over on the artists with their respective' flnsrnmens. Appropriate Exercises I type )

though *t haa- been a ,down for more i Miami on her next trip. ''I j- feeling Is so strong: that Ameri

jreacs sine hJ heft his natlvi i, State to Miami PeopleBy The Miami which will be on the I Those now In;, tbq vbnd with their Next Tuesday and British are not safe aav- 1.+ ,
try\ls fortunes In New York newspaper Key West-Havana rag;, during: the Instruments',are.| as follows: j In Manchuria One AsMricM I
where are ctCed summer Is In good condition and will j' W. E. (leader) cornet. .
f field so maa/ Tonngsj i several: others have disappeared\ .t
Whi'.mire need very Bttle work outside of haul Bnrdlne.
chosen. Mr. Roddy cornet '
sad so few are r, the authorities are looking for "
hav made furl ing out for a day or two!! to scrape and W. E. clarinet. Marc ut Those MM I
te one ot the few who Maa to Tampa frill Key West kv Cojmbs, DM | .
,)a tbl*_difficult fielH.i I repaint the] !hulljjnd this will ion W;C')}hard. baritone I* reported that an engtishvaa I .
has returned OMrrla on kJt .rtamwtiers es..a.ce4 dose until 1st* to the summer or early D. W. 'Moran 'trombone.. Part b I the I
i. i iI i I arrested la Port Arthur Del tales. J
bridal tour under contract in tnra out !'< irnoabfe RMSMS Why. fall I J_ I A. B. Wearer, trombone. .f the Day., ... and hanged.. 'I' .i,:1

1 a. novel w'*S mart of th4 principalcltlea .; : i iI if ALEXltn-s ; W. G." Thomas, trombone.E. I II Palyeds, so called flower boa's S-
which h* visits featured la his f I RESIGNATION. j jTels R. Youngs, tuba. -I I Liar river, and mostly under I, .t'
story. which shall at, one i* a diary I II Tsinj. April 21.-Russians' here I; Dr. Ealoe. alto. j I Bag and carrying: America' .,

III the jconpU= I aow makJnC 'the tour Th* tandldates for State office oth- believe Viceroy AlexletTs resignation ,I 8. Yanlaadlngham. alto. The Confederate ,' i .. hard been prohibited ";

and T guide >to future couples whoventure er tiaJ those for Governor, who were has not teo accepted by' the government I J. F. Rosa. snare drum. friends will memorialize, i, :Manchuria has been smvr- :i -:
on a wddng )ourn... Savannah i A. K. McMnHen.. bass drum. several months for
Interesting expflctedj I here last night from Key I I j. j the 6tb day of April by l4'A I! supplies des- ;1
among othe point 1 n.for Port Arthur. >_.lil_._..K. ._. -.1.1__ 9
( I 11 b* featijfrH m the Wei to :address the voters of Miami ceremonies .. .;
la th South provisioned for ;
i ; two year _
s Bover4 and!I I Dad i *' county failed to material- N )(TUESDAY[ THE l LAST DAY TO REGISTER. THE PR I .\.0J1LL

riL It wa only areek ago ,yesterday li*. | I Procession will be I I PROTECT roRRESPOf.I : s

that Mr. Whltmlr* took into himself ItIL I w It be remembered that these at *.JO a. m. on the I DENTS.' "
,bride. though U* plan leit tour I ,
ft I 'I Petersburg. f\\
had been mappid] out sev ml week gentlemen! spoke In Key West Tuesday Renwmber that the registration books close In all the voting precincts D and Twelfth Street as !' Lamsdorff has been Botlfle4

ago. Th Idea of tile scheme H simply night Ht owing to a confusion of In the colunty next Tuesday. April Mtb, and that those who are not registered 1. Band. |' the .'.tlll. Pstes has .

that' Mr. Whlair*' "1111. bridf schedulethey! could not get her by : by that;Urn win not be permitted to vote either la the first or secoo-i !. The Mayor and .. i I I rights she may have under reseevae the .

ahall travel over the South { ; the I regular steamer., to make the primary (elections. riages. I ISo nal law In ho event of any
,Central America and the north} This! I* an Important matter to new residents and those who have recently Miami Rifles P. 8. T. !
malca. "
ot : last. night but sent word over ""' citizen being affected' by the-
era portion of South America.! : Mr! > 1 become of age and should not be overlooked 4. Confederate Veterans i I
'J ( who did that derision In case of war cor
those com
Whltmlr* U, writing his novel as b by ] Tuesday Taki the trouble to go 'vH .ee If your name I* on the books. You may 5. Ladles Memorial .. lining wireless
they1 woild charter launch be mistaken about It. '
goes and making tile scenes of mif an a tag or carriages.C. .
notification does not Involve a ,
his best sltuaUons IB{the mlta thai and i leave there directly after the School children. I' against Russia course. ..

h* Is to :visit pho* affording ant ;wel speakng jn the tile Island City, and In E PALM BEACH. NEW SUIT AND APPEAL. 1. Sons of Confederate Duke CyrIl Is protesting
for accurate sad a1 I. Thou who wish to
teat opportunity that ways reach Miami la time to fill returning to Russia. He de-
the same Urn! Interesting dWrlptlv I Messrs. Ia and Tallaferro Receive Filed In the Clerk's Office, Circuit procession. Every citizen to back to Port Arthur
the date last night. Enthusiastic an
accounts of these various polrtt.Mr. i I Reception, There. Court Today.In being cordially Invited. as he has sufficlentlv recovered
Whltmlr* la eminently fitted t< This plan evidently fell through or -,-- The march will be
I' Mr. James M. Williams, of West his mother Insists on his return
th* work. h* baa undertaken. H* ls i else they would have been here. To the clerk's office circuit court today Street to Avenue C aud .
i i Palm Beach candidate :for sheriff of .
newspaper man of recognlMd aklU] have done this would bar necessitated G. W. Williams filed notice of Auditorium. -
lid one' who has made 'good la th< I a heavy expense besides being a Dale county. I. In the 'cny today on suit and preadoe for summons In AT THE I SPIES CAUGHT i
most difficult tasks that 'fan to tb, l business.Mr. The band will discourse Tsla. April 21.-Two Japanese '
hard and tiresome trip and It Is more suit by ,A. L. .
tb Simmons and wife ... -
f members of Fourth, Estate. Ai Williams says that Messrs. Davis Rev. Dr. Fullwood been caught disguised as Lamas. ;
.correspondent for theJNew! : fork Jour than provable the plan wis abandonedand and Tallaferro and other candidates the P. A O. Steamship Co.. damage cises with prayer. 360 pounds of guncotton IB their
during the 8puJ -Amerteaa waJ a new Itinerary win be mad $100. Col. W. M. Williams 111'11I .. ...Ioa while attempting to destroy
sewn received In thU were given a warm and enthusiastic \' address. After music :. ,
seat the first Many Persons waited iround Agricultural I' There was also ftled the appeal of Nonnl bridge. j
I" of th. sea battle at Santiago! reception then night Cramllng will recite. have been 1
Hall until 1.30 tut !night for Cbaa. W. Miller and J. T. i to Port Ar- I
was aboard Hearst' yacht Anita! them to put la an appearance' and bad I Practically: I every voter la the town partners, Bntadage. D. Price. Esq.. will deliver J for examination; as to bow they : 1
when tile first naval battle took place] stand, and many ladies turned out The doing business under the followed by CoL J. T. ; red Chinese' passports. Afterward i 1

Later h*;was present:at all of the Im they come a good theaL''(audiencewould ,! meeting was strictly 4 Davis and firm name of Miami Transfer Co. vs. part of the Sons of the will be dealt With according to ,

pordtat land engagements la Cuba. bar. greeted I I ::, k. her husband, and J. C. Sheriff Frobock will be t; law .I
H* was with Marshall tile Jonraa) Later, Chairman W. A.I Filer\ of the TaHaferro affair and these gentlemen I'c : of the.- Day. assisted by j -;

respondent ] when h* was killed I Dad County Executive: Committee, received a splendid ovation and generous I I / I WI14, SEEK NO LOANS.

tile sklrmlshl ig before the battle oi wired Key West this morning for Informatiua applause when they entered the I i THE MEETING TODAY. CoL R. R. Taylor has Petersburg. April 21.- Russia J
San J.... H 'alao..w Hamlltoi ball and during'their addr.... the complimentary a new "issue of fifteen minion I ,
Fish th* young New Yorker. fall regarding OIl above gentlemen t The dicing the speakers..., and ,. paper currency against th. I
From the beglaalng to the end of th.Caban and: received a reply that they ANDREWS RELEASED ON BAIL County Executive CommKtc Commander of th* Camp gold In the State bank. j

campaign, Whltmlr wa liot had left that city Tuesday Bight for Bruce Andrews the young white met this afternoon, but the report of Master of Ceremonies. and aorta I of figure oa the coat of j I 1

I Be >afdst the flghi. and did torn Tampa. Further than this BO' tafornatlon man who ha been la jail for sometime the meeting must lie deferred, until tomorrow la entirety. are printed abroad Th Aa- i j

I of tile best i Bowspaper work that wai wa given y on a charge of having caused the owing o OIl lateness of Ole The Ladle Organization' : Press correspondent to aa- I

,-pI\"M4l' during the \|war. Slno death of[on* J. T. lovett by striking, boar of adjournment No buslaees of sided over by Mrs, Cal .I YeJ7 informed that the dally 1
tile dOM of hxwtlllUea. Mr. Why< same o( :,tile book has lICIt i yet ba | him ok the head with a brick. and who special iaUrsst Mrs. Gra llI.,. .. expense on carrying: OB th*

bI bM engaged |I Ia' tymdlcat and drttralMd upoa. It win probably ba I bad; bond] for his release fixed by J.dP.., was traaaaeted.ENTTRTAINMENT I I7SO.OOO. sad yearly expenditure .
aaJrt story work. U thin one h* h4a called "Th Diary of a Twatyflvtiouaaadmll .- Jones at| the last term of the circuit ;, JEWELL TAKES '- "

ad* quite alsuecas* la New Tort. t : Wedding Tow" or,court was released from jail yesterday i AT THE GROVE. foreign. loans 11&.. bee .... i 1

Mr. Whltmir*'* bride. who want lira,1CUfford Vhatj W* Saw Besides led Othr. afternooa, tile bond of tLOOO .....1 I = Pensacola. Fla April by the government aM MM br .
t Steward of rhattaaoogawabl ; LMr.aad Mr*. Whttaalnv-wUl rem -4..r--me.!' oM-hatf by his father 1 Q.t4 a ... of people from miral Theodore F, ;,Jwn If It eaa lie avoided, a* prac 1

to aid him U hJ* work. Bh 1 IV tavaaMh. until Tharaday. teoUmc,and th* ethr half by friends U' tkIadtj. Miami win go down tomorrow eveningto command of tile 1 Coropeaagoiag lbs total war expense can. lie'I f I :

for ajral: ....ia! seyspapswsl. t tj tt-a t tile eights of th* city and wbafbn. Andr.. ws has essay friends her. to *.a.rw-t tojbjs I glTM.by:. oa board hi* flagship. at homePLOIDA. ""}

'. .. fill .. .yla-tM pear r.M1 r* stopping it.tid. Pats.kflaf and h- any. a* win havw a-,bWWe- to- Ilk* .BvyUc 01 Mr. Irt: HaJTi aehool at pta, wUd bas .bem d.
-., Tams s..e eoatrfb.etni airs,:-j' tae. tour. Mr. ;WbIilri_ us ba't.i .-.at tM die 'CuAbeaa sad,. poBTKJUnra.
i t.4' lUal. : to .asst.a!. LMr. it'De 1t .'I 1- *. Tb* are isa, gnp'en' aath. ,' ; April fl.-The' rrwt-
.. ..00 ...... ... t#rm-u* bees adndIai sui A t II = KBSBilTD VaVWrrit for Jrrwwfcrl : ehiUrs tin ha*. hoax trala 4. sad thsir. *] Mmal Jwfi .*BBBMB] todajrat to tie ;.. It&- .
tts0ws to -i eatklyr i' I.e,1at 1>fem Bess" a. usa0ie it3 fe '*ta W today te,th* eir' M dMbt but .th toath I! oec dok :tb.aqu$5r srs ... seilnsWr. ; POamYt.r. I
E. 1 'Kavs.. 7a1wtilattsiatae tidtdi"'J.'Ytioldfapafiit thy V0 gtv* .vMBBCsTbf n. I
neaderL: 1JIrhcboe.: MIdL ; fin* pro- Rear-AmlrJi ChaiUIk.,, ., Harry'- .qaXIaaf- "'KV y
to rIT. : :
aid OM, 4a.Oaatfal adiwtlJa .'Harry.AraeU.: fnt and P-.. 7 have mad. durta !
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eiRERAL: D i I Abft'uftbt. J. C. King H. MAshby I For county Commltteemaa

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a .....,- ......,. Brown Y. Lam.r C. D. W. I. METCALF. j Mr*. C. Peterson C2S Lake St, Tl,
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M pUulleI'-4 'ti.Cr. MeDoIIald J. A. -
BUlb. F' I II W. H.
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.Wrl.-Ilenrtil J. 8:>btt.rlU..1. l'tI. I BurdlDe, M. M&1DUd. W. 1.Byington J. HA I peka; Kansas, say: -Of all the cough'remedle .
le.de.l of ru.Ihe:' I..tr'et! wryt.err E. T. M.rrttt Z. T. j Partial List of the Candidatesi I TQOOD. I Syrup!
x..n--. E. A. CRAWFORD. I. I. HARDY. Ballard' Horehound
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...,.... ....ral-" r teea.s,4 I BradT.E. 1. Milner. This JOHN lL'LUKIS.
.. to be Voted For in C O. CODRINGTON. 1 1la favorite done
.. Tr...... l ikrul IBpratB. Bailey. B K. :\1 leyer.. ri ... H. i mT ; It has and .uti
., ...._. JOHNHARP..
-orr. W. A.
Puil-Tb b vn>ar.,< |4n> eI. ROCKER JR.
iron ...._.1 ..... C uttmifciow!I'I at I I IKdutqUloB Afrf Budce. H C. Morae. Fred V.Burdine. .S. Gounty at the Primary JOHN M. BRYAN.J. I W. A. FILER. I.:that I. claimed for It-to peedC. -|
D. Moore T. ,
.._....4 Mate. TBC...DI.UoYtvvor TR..r.;:' prcr.... Brosier! McDonald W. H. I D. CLOUGH.JOHN C. D. LEFFLER. My cure all cough and cold! *-and It bN' ';
M. Election.
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wprrt.t..deat aPbt ........"' 1.... C : A. HENDERSON.W. J. SHONE. !i ; i
AutTtiA Mere l..it..llTi..-Tfcr *.*?'*"* Backus, W. lIeKiDDoa. G. A. I I D. C 1 sweet and pleasant I!110 the tast "l!
_nary el *atI. T.nor. AU.rne7-4.D' Blackman:{ E- V. Nelson. IfdwtnChaife I II E. ANDERSON. BROWN. '
.. coBMiwloiM o< Ajrtcultur. aDd XiBrrlsBdwtn I --- C. W. HILL. 'I) %Se. hoe. $1.00 bottle. Bold by Red\!
..! < Public iMtra S ;' 'T. H. Peck R J. I I II J. W. ADAMS I ;
!M..r4 M fsntoB.-Tli* ::*n ar. m + t&iRECTORj : G. W. SULLIVAN. j CTOM
a.-.1at.. ...t.4b.7-........... a../ t 4w at.. 1 I Cohen. I. I Prout, W. W. I of the Democratic I GUY L METCALF. Pharmacy.
4 ; For the Information J. N. WHITNER. -- i
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Cheatham J. H. PattenoD.( I I I
.MateCae..t-LE. i inrrj I the sample :r-
voter of county a i
I \ I Conrad A. F&rrtah. Allan RCroslaad I JOHN Q. SMITH. For Best Meats
ltttl Cut'iT jrixi I ballot I* printed below, containing a and Choicest:
G. : .
:, J. G. Rhodes. a. w. I I P. HEALY.A. Poultry
OurlJuJlKf uartial list of the candidate to be "0"-
JL F. T.11W. Clark P. ROM C. J C. BLOIl 'T. JR. > GO TO
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II H........,. A.wctact J.-t..... Drake, G4atoa ReIU,. J. B. ed for at the coming primary.There H. H. McCREAEY. i

'<---.1"Tlxt .rC.Mi l J'''''.,,'$ .ko..tdo. Mat bb a.Mre.se.eets&S';'.Doac1u B. Ruh. Dr. w. B. will be other name to add a* E. N. DIMICK.H. C. H. Raulerson & Co's. t t13th '

...1.iIa_... 'f. Fls. Dona. J. *. Rnmph Ed. the time doe not expire until April w. LONG, ; ri

L. w lIu..tvaa. Erwin wf w. Raulersue c. H. I Hit in which candidate may qualify ...

J..x. r.Tail.......... Jerk..tilk.. Enloe, Der G. Ramph. GfO. and hare their name put on the ballot For, Member National. Committee I : Street and Ave. D. 1 .,,

e... _(*.-. B. MaUunr.C.B.C e. Satrord. 1. B. The ballot when printed for use at BROWNS .
J. B.
U"I ...aL Flanagan I R 8. Sewell E- G. t he lection will be more than twice u C GIBBONS' They Carry a Fun Line ofFlorida \ "

I P'recIerielrJ; J. G. lone a* this one a* here are to be rule .
PW t MMrM4 (eaik xiM DM aM CJaaa& J. 8. Suelb1. F. W. POPE.:]?

IM t..e..4*. BM.iW., .r nrsH1.lliivu. fibriks.1.1. Mv .,.,-... I tf4ans. I.r... R .lDer. C. F.Oerlaet between each- name and blank line and Western Meats! ._

..,.. 1 \ 1. P. S'ti;;; JahnCirtmsn ,on which to write other names

a..iLIW..u 1'U1i K IMa1OilI .' ames Stoaemaa. r. B. i> Voter can begin practicing on mark- For Judge of Circuit Court-SerenU They established th<- meat business here in April 1896.

'' oomph. C II! ... R. SIIIIef' A- E'I' | lug a cross mark (X) before the name CircuitMINOR -
.. ..... : ., c _
JONES. ----
4Ntk -
k. H. Burt. iii. Ir..ar N. Sb.a..IIL of he candidate for which they will
J. L. Mura. .jM rr.B.C.OoiiB.Hdl I
Se..11, Joha | wish to vote.
('lark.ti..d G&auer'l
><< i *
.arte..d :'taus. '/ UM BosH I I C. H. St1moar. R. H. I For State Attorneys-Seventh Circuit -

GramIlD&' J. C. BaWC.11D. I. r. I II CKCIL 0.] BUTT. \ Wilson'slNoyeltyla : -
j r. ti 'PIIlIIIIIOrEL Gal1&tt. r. Shaw. H. B. I I For United State. SenatorWILKINSON JOHN C. JONES.

... 4. R. ROr1IDng. 1 \
; LoU | JlIa.Ll'lu GauUe a.. B. Talor. CALL.
;..Na 13r'.i DisruiTit I M. Tanaaae J. Li I WILLIAM S. JENNINGS. I II For State Senator-13th DintrictM. now la operation] and ready to.- "
E.brac'ar........ sad CoustM. ) i Girtmsn H. Tatum B. B. I J. N. C STOCKTON. S. SAMS. cdve'order' .:. '

lI.a. E. ,.. DlsUrk. Palm ........ i| :'i I Hayes J H. Tatam. J. H. I JAMES P. TALIAFERRO. F. M. HUDSON FOR ANTTHINO IN ,;Jp 4L
Hilt L. B. : WOOD .. "
T>'flg COCHT R PigsgTAT \. I 1 .j f 't
I WlllIam. Watson a H. For Representative In Congress-SeeI For the lIctalature- Window and door sorest.. window ;

6-..k..ai V. KJjic.' Pulior*. : I Hilt Whorton. F. H. I I and Congressional District GRAHAM W. KING. \ Bad dor frame, {store fixtures stair 1

j ;4>ADI 001 jrrY orricgEs. ; I Hetherlngton.. M. F.Whit. E. L. J. E. ALEXANDER BENJAMIN SLTTON. work Inside trimming of all Uada. .
J.dt.- LBVyssT.'MlaBilJlink 1 H A K. T. A. f .
c..trr Walt
<<-; Atter.e7-t .tisaw..w. Y..U. i I J. M. BARRS. R. S. WILSON ,
,i co< Umut CvanJMMl BeeofowrVrvkork. .' I Hall W. I*. Whaler. H. T. FRANK CLARK. I *

-L.Ia G.'tgr. .Miami.._ I I Hahn, "ojw.,! Worley. O. A. I CHARLES DOUGHERTY., = I For Clerk E.of C Circuit DEARBORN.J. Court. J I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. .1

feller Mr! a.TaaJ.. ..sr... (1--I I Hughes W. D. Wilson J. LWoodworth !I W. P. WATSON. S. FREDERICK. PtA....D srscincATioBAre *.
Horner J, W. J. F. I = '
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P..rsC.sTase.4-L H...;>".... llla.1. { Jones. Isle;:' E.: Wilson R. 8.ZlBUle Z. T. MERRITT.R. t--- -- --- 1''

ancr MasvrtstnMMit W rubUe .-, Kblb A. c. L. j F.*r w.Ice of Supra a i Court-3U M. SMITH.E. .
...-a.?. ft.r.....Sues Y-. | *. You Going Build ? .
I' to
P. ...rd C..tr .'__ra-GM.. W, Years L. WHITE. ..
Ckatrasa,M eat Pal. ......; F.C. A DANDY FOR BURNS I R. F. TAYLOR :
AeDvasM FUsd'i.ki
A. Sr. J.pier; R 'j'
_..u; .._It L A. Itotkor.cierk o.-.toI For Sheriff J -
tki' + a.c. p4 "",11- a If so, or If need building material 1 of
III write "I
:t Dr. Bergla. Elgin : JOHN FROHOCK. you any .

> owcrrf x CRT nr .vL(i1I IrplCJU' hare used., Ballard'* Snow Liniment; I For Justices for of Supreme three)- Court (Vote I J. R. ABRAMS ,kind you should not fail to see } .

always recommended It to my friends, JOHN R. ONEAL.
; .g ..o:;. it stbi r rasatl.atr u I am I ijeonfldent there la no better I R. S.COCKRELL, J. M. WILLIAMS ;
tae.t J -stlaarfcJost4..TM* vfl1s..O.Becn.Orlaae. I I T. M. 8HACKLEFORD.J. ,
made. 'It U a d&11411or bum*. Tnoe
r-'I rr..e.use Att.rary'-J. *. I :J. A. McDonald &;

."1 1' .1 PM_!Tens a""a.Otre.t.-IL C'& Cast.q., UlWCB...MlUBl..*>_Fin I : who lire pa farm are especially Il&bl'l B. WHITPIELD. For County TreasurerC j C'J

._ sissy_iiBJ _., 1. n.te..b.r. to many accidental cuts barns, bruise ; H. RAULERSON.
.* .rss'TveR ... +rr ...., F..rtll 1 For Governor
.....,,*.*..aDADS I which beef rapidly when Ballard"j'' BEN H. DOSTER.

.i" CdCBT.ceaatijj j Snow Liniment la applied. N. .B. BROMiARD.C. Dealers In b.lJcr. lat..5.1.&.... xual.ge;CasI.Po Brkk. U.. '1

_. ...'. YLaL I always be kept I. the house for cases 1 I M. BROWN. For Tax Collertor I Ces.st Planter. Hair Eta
4ias.Att .... e.. K taaL R. W. DAVIS. -
P 1'D'
WIMMT__ ...' I.Js-u.ry. "of emergency. ZSe, We. $1.00 bottle. W. E. NORTO '. Ittk 15s4 .
I\IrICIIIrTPl"". ......,NI ...u. For sale ,by Red Cross Pharmacy. I D. H. MATS
R. B.
___TFl"" .-., ..;J.IJ. McLENDpN.
"'"' MM ., .. ,.: dw W. G. DEBERRY, -iiARKEt.
n-tn For Secretary of State- POWERS' MEAT "W?

O.s DOPTK UGAt:, ''I We understand that o.-:Gullllams. J. E. BROOM, CHARLES PEACOCK. ;
E.*.Ombk. Bwrlw I T. N. GALTIER.
W... a>(l Mr.EECT. I president!of the East Florida Seminary H C CRAWFORD. I ""

:E B D <)]11'. I will sever. his connection with that laatJtatlOllft B. r. KIRK. For County'\ of tamGEO. I Choice lines. of Florida and VVestern Meats. Pork.

.s' h",, a'C ... ttkd.w etyT.a.a.se the rloM<< of the present a BUTLER. Sausage. Hams. Poultry etc. :
a.n4. -BMrMllb'FteekEanlxg. :
'. M..1T MrkMl every.M le < "",,'.! IIap&IaI Tw.yTr7r's Mr. Tom F. McBeata I Far Attorney GeneralW. GEO. L. McDONiLD. I eon AVEUBE: D. 'u 4 \ MIAJli rUMtTOA. .
_. ..... r rk .
U.at'' t Pr.T.f H. ELLIS.r
applicant for the position. \
.. .... &I :.f T .45 eked mj.. I C. L. XIMANIES.;: r :
tar, : t 6.eTeaT..Pa.1?. )(r. MrPesth I. ODe of the moat ad- k A. ST. CLA1R-ABRAM3. i I

.:. r..wa. a..._. HOCTW. txtfrt as.w. :'vanred inluraton In Florida, ha the :
.. .C.M.1 unit--P y. .rd(.. W.tf_ For ProMrutlng Attoraey+-
.,...J Ray. M 'M e...: Su.....y k.... M iv.. .. (. reputation, being a splendid disciplinarian For Comptroller LARGEST STOCK
.. H. F.
th.sakbr,"II aa, .. r.se.e K a.. ATKINSON
.., ._ p !I and Is In every way Qnalibed A. C CROOM.
.,' .. ,.- ... ; 1...CI"L} JAMES T. SANDERS.
...... I to perform lhe duties of this office I
H. Lei r..... Onnfr| ,..... C sal ita i and he fill. keep this Seminary abreastthe For State'Treasurer ROBT. R TAYLOR. {I II Fancj, Groceries FRUITS..'
i --PmcklwMllb'Hxck .. m ; H.. ... I I ,
...kid *4aJ; Prgwtag .stTBISITV '!t pe d.r l Institution of learning In W. V. KNOT .
For i Grain Feed and Fertiliiers.rRCS" VECCTABLBS
County Judire< Haj
tpoautk u.- d rs ; ..; J.lp.ertlIwR. the !tsWe hope that the board i j ,
t. -aar ..uta.W.4..,4.. A. E. HI YSER i
....f.p.t tsdark: /11 are weirs.... of UxstBes will see proper to confer i. For State Superintendent! of Public In-
L.L "n"", ftuIar, H. B. SAL'Nt ERS. Jr. Trade *
11 .
this o.Or.puII hfm.-Ocala Banner. itrurtloo I j jI a Specialty :
f' ; Ca-rBci IMantes [.. A..*.. B MHl l... I --

_tie1M-....w .Ira....1 t Paysr II etark Ja:;veal.mta_< MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. I I I W.W.H.N.-HOLLOWAY SHE ATS. I. For Justice of the 'eare-Tenth Dis- I

:t, day _la* '.311. Hnl? gvrlMrtai. .....,. err II E. L.
II trlctTV -- Co
... s* 1,1 I Brady&
LSM kleM..d"_ .... Fearta at (].. There', S. HIUJ. -
/ ..._" 1,.. .. JII B. rTUJtffU* nothing like doing a thing For Commissioner of Agriculture ;
; O. .
f. P..M.TTaar.' .. lk: !HI_ sad A'... AP..bs thort ugh fr. Of all the Salve you ever B. E. M UN. GRAMLJ.'IO.Ft G-R.OaER.S.
seer'be-4s5. ..nilic. at II.'....._ I hear I oflth Bncklen'* Arnica Salve I Ia "
a..r.ery .'...... Mt rt.D. r Justice of the Pear,113th District Phone g4.Oor. .
' ,,*.W. rBM.. P1:1. I >e t It sweeps away aid cures For Railroad (Commlwhr-er

t r wr.Tt..* ...!...<.."'{io.....{, : ..... I burn i. sort<*. bruise, cuts, boll, ul B. L. MORGAN. HENRY J. B RKHARDT. I! i 73. 3D LZid. TW6L th St.FREDK. .
... F.O ..U _.b h.. sad .
r r> Pays Html .
F MIB.mem. ... rw.sav. cer.. skin eruption aid pile. lie For Conitabl. !,I '"" -

HOARD j only 250,1 sad guaranteed to give sal- Por Adjutant-General
if Icfar ion. By all druggists J. C. R. FOSTER i .
M.iIrewn I
.i I
Ps.ddew i iVMePrMMeal d i
First T. ,,. Moor '. ALLEN THOMAS.For I PI' Supervisor of Registration- ,

f Pepsi Yb---"L J. L... I' J. C.
.IE. Tallcferro: I Bl'RTESHAW. |
Se iato* Is bv far the REAL ESTATE
.' Pe cs.tary. E. T. BJad_ I ITrmsiirar. I :strongest 1 candidate before the people State M. W. GOODE. I I
1 .
B. B.. Talnsa. t I R. E. ROSE. t'
.' .Mr.* ef OoTernorsW.. M. Brows !itoda I 'oti the Senate HI* record after ,

ji,; 'T. T. II..*. I. K. La ._ A. C H y- Ibeln'by I assailed la every way possible I For County Superintendent! of Pablt. !
: a... J. B. Bath)'. r. W. fkI''. W. :W. !' h)*, opponents stands oat anscratchuntarnlihed. For Presidential Elerton IDatrIJ'tloD- { i 1JIlL r. up ....r. 1:...-. Aw. C slid I It th 81.Miami. z

,; FTMi;. Join ....u. ,[, j I H. B. BAI lT.: R. '
i I,I f'd His attention to ,IE. HALLJAMES
pOMMItreEB.1 Dade Co. Florida.
i UAWB-Aou.*,' W. R ; Pa teraaa. B.''jt,! : his ,utiea In Congress when his J. B. C. KOONCEA. : C. HARRIS.E. I

tb sdses. f-: T.; Scrawny poo* ta.were canvassing la their 'P-I B. KING. 0 II
B. I -- -
-' W4ll'leF. 0.:' A. J, | bens f showed his ....."MD. NEWTON I
.' IlJU1JOI'S-IIaD07.' B. Mil!i B.eki ..i; r. F. B. STONEMAN. i For County Coramlwtoner
and Interest for the welfare of I IJtnents. Flrfl
W.; Hah, r. Wr; ROB*. 0434 tr.d.ulck. bl.1 I
con There I I. not a District [
3.1.r I For Delegate at Large Nathmat! Con- -- F. Wi HAHN
, HEALTH AND BANITART-JaeUaa, able doubt that the people have ...1-1) F. C. AICHER. =:-f'k

f t.; at. Jr.; Free W. ...." ........ IUFvusoa. lied he Senator's devotion to the I "f'IItJ0a.4 M. R. JOHNSt
R. .. Kin H. K.R1V1CRS T. j. APPLBT ARD. ,
Maple: : I --4- ....
AND HARB 1t-aarjMlits. Stat< s Interest at all time during his 1 W. J. HILLMAN. I .... i -<:'htt.et aza.4I des

('11oo. .1L{:.a"'" Hdsard ,Ca ,.t pent term In congress, and for this answer CLAUDE L'BNGLE. For County CommiaiOner-Seewod I I BOW have IB my employ use flU .

. B. B.t Bba..b., M. FREiGHT] i I tug duty alone they are Justified j jr A. P. JORDAX Dint riot- i t best draftsaaaa IB the 8oath,1aa4 Bal
11 RAILROADS AND la letting him.-Florida Star. i i CEO W. I..AINH 1RT.a. better prepared
J;; DV al,. E. I.: t........ C. ""D. ..._ JOHN 8. BEARD "" H D iai C1k ever for ,fuUIIa-
KBrwta.' .. Wss. Wu MeDoaald, I.I|A. BA RD'S HOREHOUND STRL'P. T. E. BRYAN lag plan sad detail for good -IJ4.

f.A4tmEByln ...... Hj Do.(.... k. B.K;Oui w. t''. im iatrly relieves hone, eroupy C. A. For County |Commissiooer- I am new headquarter for tuned
1 eon oppressed, rattling, CARSON. .
S XiMnies. :
K. |r k| and diMeult Drrathlag Henry C.Stec CLEaN A. STEPHENS, l'rtt let- work scroll sawlag aid all work w.ually .

M-|R t!: Tat... J. H.: Omnag.H : a druggist Shullsburg. R'f.. R. E.JMCDONA1JX i: doM Ia a Brat etuI, pIaaIq am.

; --. I, K. ; I writ May 20, 11101I hnre bees I For rvio at<* National ConTentlon T. AJ WIN-FIELD. 1'I Send me your order, for does a aid

rt.BUC.BUIU. >I MH4 -. fl f,: Horehound Second Congrcwloaal DlatrfetD. window frames. baHasten. brbeketa.
sell Ballad's -
H. C.J J. B. g Syrup'fortwo I
:> : RsOtrf ; pewM.J'4w
L. GAULDEN.D. For 'ommissioier-Fourth etc. and be coariaced.M1AJHI..
and hav [ County o U
: Whaler, H. Tv 1 ear., sever had a prep- .. I
MANLTACri'R FI1.s.Ole p.: anti that has given Bette' sutlsfaclion. N. BATCHELOR.T. ill1IJtot- I Ff. .

'Mews ; r. T.t red J. A .Elsie.. B..r. i sotiee that when I sell a battle S. ANDERSON JOHN 8EWELUA.
t-; .:*.... J.B.IMBnOKATKmBlaekMBB.\ ', J. __
E. T. .
they come back for more. L a. hn- BOWDEN. LEE ALLEN.. ?
RtVCATtoN '1'W' Jr.: j
". Hall. W. W.:1'' -.. 11. ''I'ILl.11s. eau r toamend B" 25e, Vie, $1.00i I I i

f Sops: .x.Ib.'A.AJ} U' .; I..". 11I7. J. O.; 'j....I .. i Sold y Red Cross Pharmacy. For Member at Large- State Committee For County. iCoremlnlMer I fifth .i J. A. Robbins & I Co.

I !1'rtrKi- I "
i.. |C.M : T.k. (Vote for nlrt_.) I IHAraeAS
1 ..na, r. ,- }attsrR J.It K.t } S A. BELCH R. i ,
M G. ofyllle Juk- R. B.
1. H.tebiasos QARNETT.
." and; C3a TrlQuality 'i
'. : ....... .:It: expert seeouatant, has arriveIn W. W. FARMER I, get .

94e. H. Ie.. Oanhstd. p.H.:B.rt! e /'city and began< :the work of CEO.L.JBAHU Depositor e I

f V rt* a... ....fl.1.Tafca. th hly auditing ,the boob ot tile B. N. M THES. For Member Board of Public Instruction is' r.1.I 0
membered J
" ADTBRTntMO-TMOTb .;... rt long al er s
dty N and going over all records D. U. FLETCHER |
[F t. aJod E. To*Hah.rLigN.-BylagteK> x.X.K.'a.f'> ., for Dast four or t4ve years. Befor, N. BUTCH.. ELI SIMS. i forgotten.: 'I

"" Tki Halt Bat M BiBBHi coot ad1.g his duties he will open K. B. RACILRSOK.

t '*> ilartr' tB' BB En ill roa.ftI/ j t ap'n'w set et boots that will be a W. M. MILTON. JR. ,I For County Member State' Committee- Quality Makes the Bargain

'AaaW.-'ir.jlC- "jBdcBOB J. Jtj. r. I' 1 peovemen os the old set.Sa .- ; J. U. LAMAR.H. i E. N. DIMICK.r. : .

.' "*!,?".*. y* Kolb. l I.t I. I II L. DODD. I I a'81''NEYAXoI St8. ':'w8UNt.. -. 31t1atin I. :,: 1a.I .

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1'I II' 1f i

: I i a certificate of exemption f
cult court, subject .. the action ., the '
yeanPAYMENT Democrat part). Prtaary slictloei May
4- II OF POLL TAXES. I*. DM. ilarion Francs of ipu a. Burs Three I

j'he profe si In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. S. FREDERICK.. i Business Bla'1... ;

primary election on May 10th or Jon ---' ,
Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May I
7, 1904. poll taxes for 10 and 103 FOR TAX COIXECTOR. The meeting was called to order by 1

10th and June 7th 1904 in Dade County must be paid on or before 5 o'clock P. I hereby aaaooac myself a candl- Chairman: Filer la the city hall. Miami yFla.

1 ; I IPatteftczt. I 1L Friday April 29. 1904 (ten .day be- date for the offle of tax collector of .. at MS p. m.. May 11. 1M.
I' j
I fore the Ant primary election). Dad County subject to the action of The following members were preeeatn 1

I A meeting of the County Democratic 1 law; and shall ,at once forward the i the coming Democratic primary. I person or by proxy: Messrs. John,

Eiedutlve! Committee for Dad. county, the Chairman of the County NOTICE OP REGISTRATION.Notice I dw T. N. OAtJTIER. Jones. Potter.| Lymaa. King. Bull "

ATTORNEYS AJi( LAW: Florida, wu held at Miami. Florida,, Executive Committee. Burteshaw. and Klrkmaa. '1

..... _fta. I The be tae u hereby given that the RegUtratlon TA"-TTORNBT.;;- II III' Upon motion Mr Bull was elected
.Win.. te JIID Ms *"* '** on the 11th day of April A. D. 1904. assessment to paid by FOR
......faeIlItIM,luaIaIaI... pursuant to adjournment.The various candidate shall b* a* follow: Book of Dad County for hereby ,respectfully,. announce my- acting, secretary.The .

tact Titles, I I j jr llnmU PIa.PI I following amended call I for a Representative ....... ....,.... tli 00 I, the primary election to be held May 10. I'I'I a* a candidate for the offle ofl| minute of the last meeting w<
0.-1' primary election war adopted to-wit: Senator .. .. ..... .......... IS 00 1904. will be opened la the several State. Attorney of! the Seventh Jar and approved 1 1Th

T. 80008.: M. D. | Notice U hereby given that there Sheriff .. ... ...... .... ...... :SS 00 election districts of Dade county, Florida f I dldal CIrcuit tubJeU to the vote of call for primary was anteuledis r

[OlIN wieb a.dc-naraK7.I ', | will be a pemocratle Primary Eelec- Clerk of the Circuit Court..... 30 00 I on the 29th day of March,; A. D. the Democratic prinia 7. i iI I', follows: .

........- imi** : Lion held to the several election districts Tax Assessor ...... ..... ..,.... 20 00 19'14. and ..11be\ closed on the 26th dw CECIL O. BUTT. I See official call oa third page.A i

*Fiwf ATJ c i. :I of Dad county. Florida. on May Tax Collector ..... ........... 2$ (1(/ day of April. A. D. 1904., I 1I 1- I motion was made by Mr. Kirkmaa D

KAMI.' -I FLORIDA.I i I I'Jth 1904 i land, if I jnecessary, on June j County Treasurer ........1.... :0 00 The following persons are hereby; I FOR COUNTT SCHOOL 8XTEJUNTENlo. nominate; county commissioners :iJ
I I uppointid i -.,r. i .'->ritloa 'frs -a cad, members of the school board by f 1
nomination of all DENT.
7th ltfi'4: jfor the!
) : County Judge ,.1..L.. ... IS I
t Jir 001 ',.r tie' rYe .J I hereby announce myself a eaMl at. dl lifctrict :;&me.as defeated by a jJ
f r distort
K. Democratic! candidates.. State and county : ? & towet. -
D>t JACISOH. County Attorney .. ... .t... 10 00. for Superintendent of '
j Public Instruction
rote of t to J.
| to be \bted { by the Democratic Of Public Instruction tie '
I for Superintendent of Dade County subject to win of '
I f rocs: I electors at i'the era) Election to be !I ...1.. ... .. ..... S 00 Number One .Stuart-W. G. Parka. the voters as may be sinissssd at Ole A communication from a meeting of ,

HOTEL BiscANa BLOCK;, Av .DjatlAMl. beld November Stbj, 19H' and to be appointed I County Commissioner . .... 6; 00 I Number Two Jupiter-R. E. L. Me- spproeehlnc' Demoentle primary election. r ifccMatcs. held: In Miami May W 1" 4. -3 3tanread

r the Democratic Governor Farland. | V II:. KAU, and discussed by various candidates -
:, IFW_IDL by I Supervisor of Registration.... S; 001 i iIt dw j
MlamlFltFOIL '
of the State between the date of boldIng Number Three West Palm Beach before the committee' Finally, 1
Members of County School B rd. 1 00
BL. primary and the holdIng It I II j I t be following inspectors, clerks, and
RUSH election E.
Y such H. Dimick. I
QR- ( I I Justice* of the Peace. ... ..,... 100 | TAX ASSESSoR.I decided

Office $-l h'street.' 'Phone 4.Residence. ''i i and of of the a primary Democratic election candidate A. D. 1906 for I Constable ...... .... .... ..... .. 1 00 Cullea Number] Pence.Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) I hereby announce myself as s''! t tolling he following place precinct were *. upon- for-) <

10th" Street tad Avenue County Fish and Game Warden 100 CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of I a'
Na Gea
I United States Senator to be voted for I I Inspecton.. McPherson
I ; Number Fire. Delray-H. J"
8. 'nOD. 'IRt I I All candidates ire required to file Sterling. Dad County subject to the action of
I 1111 : j Ernest Stypman. J M. Ennls; alert
& FL..I' by the Democratic members of the Legislature Number Six Pbmps.no ,
-Z. Cavender.
written application to have his a,1 the Democratic primary.' u. W. H_ polling of "
of the State o Florida, at Its ,. place, store
i Number
Fort Lauderdale
r. W. ACG ;i, session In JA. D. 1905. appear upon th* olllclal, ballot -W. d C. L. XIMANIE3. MFOR bits Walter Kltching. ,
M. Marshall.
i I' I-
blanks furnished by the Committee,
I| The following officers are to be nbm- I No. 2lnapecton.I E. hdw ds. J. B. .
betaiU j Number Eight, OJus J. W. IT**.
) accompanied with the fees above set
Piaat;Speeineations .11 lade Inated at said primary election to-uit: STATE SENATOR. IiI lar. Henry Brooker; clerk! B. C. Miler J
*Tor Building of A'.l kinds. FineR f forth with 8. L. Patterson Secretaryof <<: Number Nine Lemon City-Warm I. .
1 United| State Senator. I hereby announce myself a* a eaadl- Ii : polling place, school boas .
a 8pMaltybENTIST. Cou Democratic Executive Mitchell.
1d.D' I ii the
1 Representative In Congress. Second I ton date [for State Senator fr .. the Thirteenth Na Inspectors, H. ,L. Hillier LIV "
1 OFF.CEo 131 uCU& D. t Con mlttee, or before the 21st day Number Ten. Miami-C. D. Leffler. Butch
Burkhardt. N. H. :
Congressional District Senatorial District of JFlorida. ; clerk J",

HI I I 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the of JlpiUA-D. 1904. Number Eleven Cocoanut Orov*- subject to the will of th. Democratic AT. Comstock; polllagj! place do .. '
T ils April llth. 1904. A. T. Carter. ,
Ds Ie. s csaiss, ; full term of six less. A. party to be expressed at the primary louse.. .

1 Justice! of the Supreme Court. W. Filer. Number Twelv. CuUer-D.C.Bro1J1l. election May 10. 1904., No. 4-Inspectors, W. kt Co; C. A.

ij Attest: Chairman.. Number Thirteen Silver Palm-C. Jafl. Jess Danghtry elerk. Lulls
1 Governor. r. It HUDSON.TOtala.>( I i
e.o.ti .... natl., Mrtkewi iirs J of State.AttorneyGeneral. George P. Bull.Secretary. W. Hffl. Fla. I 'f fence; polling place school house ,.
A.....P s**lath Mnet.MIAMI,1) I I 1 Secretary: pro tem Number Fourteen Dee:1l4l4-G. W. I j' li a S- Inspector*. J. :E. Chamber .

') \ rLOIRDA.I QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. Sullivan. i II.I. R Taylor. T. M. tfcRae; clerk.;. IL

1 Comptroller. First, Primary-Tuesday, May This March 12 1104. FOB PROSECUTING An RNBT. k If'.
10.I 1 lodges; polling p! acej J l school bouse.No. ..
I Treasurer. 1904. A. T. I hereby announce myself a* ;i Caveuder.
Seekers CARTER. Inspectors.. L Jaw
Home Superintendent of Public Instruct td date for the once of C&AdI-1 .
I Seen Primary-Tuesday. Jun T.I Supervisor RegiatratioA. Dad Co. Via I' |.m' tead. R F. 8ax >n; : e14. W. B. *
Attentio j jYo lion torney for Dad
1 I 1904 county subject to the Assets; polling plac H&Nee.} ...... -1Na
will ind it; to your interestto Commissioner of Agriculture. -,' approaching Democratic primary 'lection. I
General Election 7.
-Tuesday November -Inspector*, R. JA. Bryan W. .
call online before investing: ] Railroad Commissioner. H. F. ATKINSON.MlamLFlo I '
1904JTh Brackwdi; D. OTieal
f } clerk. Frankttmnahaa .
Furnished (houses land Looms to ] Adjutant-General. ; I
registration book for ; polling | lace Straaahan' :J-
rent. Real harp! ta in real estate. ; State Chemist the primary 1 |! .
city and country Icollections isurmncej/ taxes election will be opened in each 1 lew halt

>etc.< ittented I I to. I 1 Judge Judicial of the Circuit Court, Seventh election district la this county oa ... .r..!." win be Inserted ta th FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.I, Na, R-inspectoca'H.' Padgett, t. f. *

have a special lice ,ael auTorixingrsi. J Circuit March 29. 1904. aad will be kept open Deny sad wMkly Mett.peUe for lea .. 1 I IN:wlan J. W. Ivee; elerk.! R. Cothroe; .>;

prepare all k Lids legal transfers 1 State, Attorney Sever-Ill Judicial 4&J'.Ikua4a7a' ttpted. until th 1 .lars er ta ettfctr Oitiaa for eve fetter 1 1CaadIda. I hereby' announce myself as' a ran- 'I tolling place, school house. t"Na --

of real esta e Lcw fees,. Circuit very I I I ... for Oevatyf 1 (bmmleY.er. didate\ for Justice of the Peace la Diai laspertors, J. & .......... A..W.
ttth day of April XM.. at which time :
attention. I .ixt m.Mas ef the Kkoel bard wi a beebaread f
Prompt I 1 Prosecuting Attorney strict No. let and respectfully iisk the rromartle. J. S. Peters J.
I i clerk. E. :
I Co L CARROLL, they wul b* closed. .ae MIt the.. ae.eaata I *
c 1's .SeDator. Thlrtth'Seaator1altrlct. Mpport of the voter la said district. endletoa -
; polling place school house.
Notary Public., I i' The registraUoji books will not bereopened Ne aa.a..cee st ....,.. ntU JaW \
Ise 'ATE. D. Er'a P owusr. & I ,... ; d. William\ SJ Hut No.; 10-Inspector*, L. X Osborn. J.M .
} I I for the second primary elec '
II[I 1, Mepber of the House of Representajlves. I [. Btirdine. Frank Jandon; clerk M. R. ,

R811a.b1Gredaat.Oedd tion.All' i FOM' COCKTTr TR.eatREL -I I lI..byi announce myself a randld- K:Cellum; polling place, city hall "
I Codaty Jade persons may register are ate for re-election as Justice lot. the No.: Inspectors. Jackson Peacock -
U4 citizens, whether they have paid their the D.uweeati. Voter ., c..1 !I
1 Sbnrtff. *' tle4etar Peaee IB this th. 10th district As I Jobs McKlnnle. J. W. Galloway;
W. C MAYNARD.fltuetieanlili 1 IX>H taxes or not; but they cannot vote tJ'. P1anda:
1, Clerk of the Circuit Court. myself" am BOW serving In this eaV'city I el erk. Fletcher Albnry; polling place
I bereby -- .
.. ass.e..ea a 1'tr.
treat M r.-o. I unless their poll taxes which be
A..D y CodDty Assessor Taxea. may slirtlnei .. the emce ef Tussaiaat could apprrrlat aa endorsement In Olaecordaare ld H.rdeel0D_.
Fined' : I I I .egally due are )aid a* provided by I Ita. Dad rVrtd&j | with the Democratic
IT: Collector. Ceuaty. enbjeet *e tke principle No. Inspecton. W. A. Cooper, J. J

f ttek. ., Qieks, J..eItrJ.le I l!I Co< sty Superintendent of Public Inst .. win ef a sjnrlty' ., the n-.dI of retuning *jr j a second term y- .Sea Stinebouser. W. J. Dougherty:
; POLL'OR I .. .. .
CAPITATION TAX.I esters w keoeratle e r Dem-
action.l aa incumbent who ha satisfactorily lerk. Gea W. Moodie!
4 ;1e ; (polling place.Irowa ,
primary MayC. Ie Dot
Ir But e7or.I Payment of poltaxes, for 1902 and I H. .lm.zR80x.: I Oiled tbe offlce. J I I 1 .t Mood I.'. warchNo. -.

GEO. L.' McDbll A D Co. nty Treasurer 1903 ls a preijcqufeite to voting at all dw Miami. Fla. d John C. Grarillng.'B Inspectors, Henry Gasman.nest .

t I \ \ ad'.-"'tIIetr, s! o.LtJ; ; Commissioners. i election thisEXEMPTIONS. Mill. Will Anderson; clerk C. .
i .. FOR STATE ;
t ......... ..J ..-.-*: LaW* a sp.csetr >' Members> of the County Board of A. K. BKTCR.Caa I 8El'ATE.j eanddkcy j W. Hill; polling, place, school house. ;' .
f coca NUT 6ROTK. FLA. ,1 Ptfblle Instruction. The following conditions exempt .. for hereby SBBoasre my for No. 14 Inspectors!, J. W. Saxon W. f |
f l' Justice of the Peace la and for Districts persons from th payment of capita- dw County Judge Senator from the Thirteenth B.. Blaaton. W. H. feistrnnk; clerk J.

No. 1. t. S. 4. I. *. T. .. t. tion or poll taxei : ---- I Senatorial District of Florida, subject C.. Holly; polling\ PI.lce. school house.
FOR COUNTT to tbe will of the Democrats reward
DANiV. of
A.JI First-Any one who has lost a limb It was moved sod learned that "
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and | ,
J. I.r I.- 10 11. and Dadecountle eY
to be expressed
: many friend and supporters of at f members
la ballie.S.&aadAny.
p for
i .. L. l| CbMtabl* in and for District No*. the election of the eouny I !
aisinw4awsi*H w & the present members o{ the Board of primary May lOthj 1904. t executive committee
':, .r. .,.. J. l.2. J. 4. 1. .. 7. 1. t. 10. U; 11 one who was U yean County Commissioners; for Dade M. Seabrook Sams.Courtenay. regular ballotIt be placed. onthe I"
... ml WMII.W**, and It < of age oa or before December 11, 1901 '

.vt .......-' I ..... i *' Presidential\ Electors. Third-Any one becoming of age (21 county have prevailed ''upon them to Brerard Cot Fla. wa also moved and carried that
.1}' t......-1 ILl. stand for re-election, and hereby present eaadidatee for
..... I 4J{ Ds Sigstes at Large to National ConvenUoB. yean old) oa or: after January 1. 1401. FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE.I game warden be placed
their names, a* follows: F. Q.Alcbe1' 01 I the ,regular
L' and the
;.., It Fourth Any one who had become a I eaadiates A'
resident George W. Lal bart, R. E am a candidate the for said office be assessed ft.00.
Uor of
J'nImllONEYrARr J DU trict Delegate | of this State and county oa pos (,
Y li after :McDonald. John Sewell and L. A dt'I...... to the National Democratic Mr. Johns, of Precinct No. 1 handed .'
: ;.r;; ( Me ben at Large of Stat Commit- or : Jaauary 1901.
....... N..rwi Belcher to the
I voters lot the Democratic Convention at St. Louis :Mo. for Second la his resignation as a member of the J
: tot.l If properly registered say of Ute primary of May 10. 1904.FOR committee and
t Congressional District I am I the same wa accepted "
Codnty Member of SUM Committee. above vote at all permitted
can election State
|ARE Vou GOING !;} I to refer to the entire Democracy A motion wa* made and carried thatispeeton 1
l Member National Committee and county held this year without II .
I SHERIFF.Te ut Orange county regarding my toad- and clerks be paid i2.N per .
11| Supervisor at Registration. paying any poll or capitation tax.
West ? .
lag ford
r North ,or :' a* a Democrat and If I rim

ii 4 i Cdknty Fish and Cam Warden. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. the PisMctatlu raters ., Dade CwenTy. tunate enough to have your j aid in The next meeting of the commute
r I Ii, Member of Dad County Democrat Person under; the following conditions nsrtda: Dad. county at the election, jl shall wtrssl4 called for April 11, 1904.

H sbYille Executive Committee, tn and torPrcdaea win be llabto for on* poll tax I hereby sasiiusn siyestt a **MIMH appreciate It. and can There being no further business i
0nl8YllI8' *
i assure
& i + No J 2.2,4,4,1,7.2 I for re......... I. the .... ef nmtg of
I oaly for 1901 or JU03, a* the ease maybe I DUe County nsrlds. you Orange county Democrats will also lotion was made and carried to Ad- .

Ji 1"t.1. Railroad /, ko, 11. 1X1*. and 14., : I''win ., the majority ef the subject D.meaabe to the appreciate It. I i iDes joss ">

;t Ofier*! excelled paMenawr ''1eft1 P. The. I rule governing arid primar Any on who j became U yean old ..... a* wm be esgemd III tile Very truly yours,
Modern train* eufryif Pullman electki shall be the same M those during 1902 will jb* required to pay nor ocratlc primary .. be held May Mk Ml D. N. Bachelor. l Secretary+ Pro Tern

;r ......., ...-..-.... poaches, free recUnins adopted by the Democratic Excutlv account of poll, tax for that year dw JOHN FROHOCK Winter Park. FlL. i '

; t ebai* ears and dlalns ears Committee, at their meeting held UJackKBVille. Anon); who may become of ag (21 The! freedom of speech guaranteed' by

; between northern and eoetbera 01". on January S2d. 1904. for yean old) at; any time during 102will' I hereby announce myself a* a eaadldate FOR FISH, AND GAME''' WARDEN floe constitution Is becoming more or

r- The .aestdlBlnkeal service I In tbe governing stab primaries, 'so far as for Sheriff of Dad county 1 ese relative. It Is but lately that the
( be
required to) pay f 1 for poll tax
.- ** MiABAftitt8 Florida, at the Democratic I hereby announce myself a candidate
aim next gush
i th* will b* applicable to the for uosjA primary anarchist. Turner, wa* told aye
.JljTrotfn: Tkitta via I eovat ] primary. Those and only thosepersona th* year aDd ask for the vote of my for the pocllon\\ of Fish and Cam* th authorities that he could not be

i Le'' & ;: shall be permitted to become y one becoming a I'IaIdeIItofhthlll\ fellow Democrat and those who will Warden of Dad county, subject to the De rmltted to remain In this country a
.. j" 111.1 State and county action of the Democratic
during 102 will be
b .
rote qualified dt'CIrr
to becowe at panty
eat.cuciatea before, or at or par- voters that based upon no offense' of
dule bleepi.r I liabt* for the poll tax for 1901 election May 10. 1904. prtj
t r. tales. Udpata la themanagement of said primary primary. I promise, if elected to faithfully i his sari an open espousal of the cause
jntrvaUoaapply to WHO ARK LIABLE TO TAX. Edward |. '
who declare their adberenc perform the dati.. ; Of i
of anarchism
t I i. Fleming. ilectlon. many this no act of violence, pant
e' M. All
I the sad male Inhabitants who ar 21 responsible offle I or contemplated,
+ T > to principle organlsatlon I I being charged. Oa
nuHe>m *kT Aaml-.: FOR CONSTABLE
1. i Thd4seaW.M' .., of the Democratic party Na- yean of age and! war under U years J. M. WILLIAMS.Palm day sight at Philadelphia: Emma
S ......... gCol
: t-k. a, Moral, State and county who are by of age Decembeij 11. 1901.Aav Beach. Flat ldmaa. who gained eonalderable no-

f : tile lairs of the Stttt lawful electors > one tr.ooeiilsg a resident of this I I hereby' announce myself as a candidate riety at the time of the assassination
p. I' I FOR CLKBJC CTRCOTT COURT.I for the office of Constable la
of the election districts la which they State mad eouatv'I prior to January 1, of 1 President McKinley was scheduled
E13JbEY4n'f hereby aaaeune mysscf .... district No.
lO as a 10, promising If elected to
r offer 11 voted, who have paid their poll 190J. will be required to pay poll tax dab for the offlce ef Clerk *f the Oreutt for a speech Won a body of anarch.
.... .. faithfully
_,.rusf..A.: wear4 taxes' legally da. :sot tea than tea\ for kw sad 101.If Curt ef Dade Ceuwly. Mbjset totke discharge the duties of said i iomee 1st, la that city. The ant Ire men

l......... .. ; I 4YEAR't: day before said primary election aid I they become! resident after January aetio ef tat TTimiaatls ..-.,y.dw May ,10.subject to Democratic. : primary. who J arrived on the scene were arrest-

'> who .-. When. challenged by aa elector 1. 190X and Won January 1. I ; E. L. WHIT ','ed 1 1II by the pollee and lodged la the statlon -
tIIFRIENCIC4evwm.IT4 '' L. M. Klcholsou.
January UN.t i
pledge' m writing upon oath, before 9CJ.. they ym be required < pay poll I house This squelched\ the meet-

ally Inspector, to abide by and tax tar 101 only}' I HEALTH IS yoUTH. I I1ag'Disease Emma wa 'Indignant and .mad ape
take this ...... hnrm ;
the t* the veter -
of SId tell
support result sad
; primary to the policemen
their that
on reaching
Ally majority (21 *f Dade Cwaty that I wit be a ear and Sickness Bring Old As* wa DOt
support Ute aomlace thereof. years] cia or after January L 101. win ..... for hlllctila te tie sores of Clenf 4Herbla on the programme, expressing '

t Th* polls shall b* opened and clod b* bjct to payment .r pon tax forDot the Circuit Ceert subject .. the sette taken JTU and Just contempt for thi* aired

at the eevtral teetlon districts, at the f the PsmseieUu nrnunri**. May asremlslasj. \ every morning before ... .. ';land of the free.- But Emma

t t buses tied by Ue general electioa law. If elected *e nermfm the dsus > breakfast win keep yon te robust .11I t remember
IiI all CUll ef,exemption of voterprpmest that In our vocakn-
.. > ef the sae.. m tae tutor s m ...
j -1----u... .. eo rti* following sassed persons an hereby -".., of .pon-.....*. ,.. ailed .... to ales best ef say. akOKy. I'wtXwith health It yon to ward off:disease. It laryaaai freedom I* not syaonomon* with

.. \ :. __WF.-. ..., appotatedj Inspectors and Clerk for snw..f W sup.u1i .. of regldfstfea M grsaso is them wM WIll fiver act cares .constipation, bininnsnssa dyspepsia '. ylr It

::::':::&_: .,..... u.. the eererm: eiecUo* dktrtete: certificate aetdag forth tt* fact that i dun tae r vela : fever skis and over and kidney I _____

(See neon) of wtaailtte meeting isIrd ne*! voter It.exempt If the onrUacatoOMmpta M..c. DKAKBOBllnqresK eomplaiata. Its purifies th* Mood sfJ A, THOUGHTFUL 'XAX.st .

: SdtIOfiCJl..kall: pap) the voter from payment of Me clean the complexion Austin of Wmeftwtor. n4..

:'t't a ........ __ _. poDJ# taxes for both I hereby .ee..aes a ...e ..e.err Mn. D. \eM'w' what to no .la tan hour of .....
"- The voting shall b* by ballot oa yean ( the ease -
,. ef ga of Oust ef the are.II w. Smith Whttay. Tana, write Apr. HIs wits had suck .....
,.. .. -- aa ease of
IMS, tt properly >stered he .., '
l gttltrse/sa betas furnished by th* State sad rsg can Overt Dade Cit *wh>et totw !kde .. 1103.1 haven ad Reruns aa4 And stomach aid liver trouble
1or taoa vote upon presenting. to the inttta Deeeads parry diedue. I I phylcdeoal4
County Executive Commit; aad at giedon I I It ;th* belt medicine for eoa.tlpatlou \ aot help her. Re thought of
such eeruacaa-. otfpdoa..
the doe of nock ..." U* z..,... voter to auh Z. !'. HXXXITT.BMM sad liver trouble It wm do nil you and tried Dr. Ktef/i New Life Pus
; >ot to only eve wist data for It. I can highly;recommendIt r ..i she
Fla. got relief
; ton and Clerk aaaB ...... at cons and *ra.
IlQiItmiEmJII to wasp poll, .... either tor UM or IMS. the Me a Voul Sold Baaj
by Red Cros lly cured. Only .. at an drug
-,.... .. r--t'" Uo-rote la amirdiixin via tan State. mm. nit win aypty M to Mentag 'I aa ar seasmr.uN s s'assn_ Pbvalw ; .--'
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Mrs. Schofield, of Lemon City, Is in Futures oft. n raav !.

MIAMI'METROPOLIS.'' I'al'l Tlilat'. Mi> B B. Tatum By 'Pompano and will be the! guest of January | DO NO-t! TAIL TO SECWIIALER'S | .

Hum. ,iRa > Pai>eri'tije I Mrs. Cavender for ,,'hl... F'rbruary. . '. . ;

....,......, ..+crv"Jay' swept- S..dav.v following! tribute. rote paid tits i- I .\JJ.rdl'rll [I. .'..' JEWELRY
Mr. Rush mho the (
ia'K :MV Mary Tatum I Lr Rome. spent
LI4flt. I May HN t +!
:; IIIu.6JIJUk,( $. Cai.; iair! at 11 hIt h place ihhe wan )iast' winter here has returned" home. Juiid .
L' I. II . . . 14N
t ... ___. lain: i to liter ..,..ra! ,.ting rest iat.l Sun- : (July . 11 12ugu.t I 314..12th Strtt.

, : K f. .IraKtO\btr:- ,Iaj j' | Mr. Cab llryant spent Sunday with .\ . .. 13 (a.lrptembrr. ,

..;;..... ID ttie ,..", lIIrw.t Kl lnon, .. .. ..., -
:. I .sad.Ia S III I- :( ... ,
.\ tplt-tsrsm war r -..I\.1 |in tome<- 11 ;:
:r M sat ....iur. Slews****! pub[ ...... oil this. morning by Mrs. Luke iuhnsou.I {I i ijanniMinrinR Mr. Dick Gardner spent" Sunday In %urrmbrr . 11 bl -- -- -+ -'-
.*. .* laIId .!tb. ratted elate. *t the II! le'cmber bid} .' 11 w
death of Mrs. B. B. Miami. i ,
- -.b.tw j '
= January 105 i 11 btlI I
i W.
a.. Tatum at Miami. Fla. Mrs. Tatum *. I F. MILLER t. CO..
'_areading. seM r..wtn:.r le: There was a very enjoyable dancegiven -
.... at the home of M. and Mra. tVBB VBBvia M"WVlK Vm VB WB*>>' ;, (Successor to Etwi Ntbon.)
i Ore Year by Mail. . . . .'::1.00 : and loved. here, where he was born i

ISIS JJoolh. .I..r.' . . . 2Yl and reared living here until M abride Hardy on Friday night. I I HOTElJ ARRIVALS. jjj Undertakers and Embalmers.

''Three Months .. . .(. . 1"" I she was borne away to the Land Pompano I la now-In the midst of the ,

ti One Week. by) Carrier( . 'r'( ... .'I I of Flowers. I tomato harvest. 8. J. Sllgh A: Co.. PIONEER 1 .I I 413.--12th Street Phone 25.
| all that most lovable
She was was through; Chapman 4k: Lloyd are prac- A. C. iI.nb.ll! l, Mr*. W. )(. Marshall
Ill Him! Pri0ti Gomptq.A4certisiag In womanly character and a numberof
ticalljr handling: the entire crop. Their Fort ; Miss Minnie Marshall | = Itr
made known oaf relatives, and many friends here I '
, rates packing: house la the best equipped on Montlcello: Chas. T. Plummer,

I appikeatiou.T grieve to hear of her death. The remains the fut Coast, employing IS to :20expert i Cutler; Defter. ;! Douglas, H. D. Owens,1(
: :: j will be" brought to Rome for interment.
1j.EPHO"E.6i-: i packers and nailers who Hallandale
i putout i : J. M. Danriger. Kansas |

:.. OFFICE: I ]METROPOLIS BUILDING." ; arriving Sunday morning. |' yesterday" 1.365 crates for 21 differ- I City: Ben H| Duster, Went Palm

4K and 434 Twelfth Street. The family burying; ground In North! j I eat Fowers: Including, their express. j I'1 Beach. I

Court House.pIBTAKCia.. Rome will be the place of interment.
Opposite i I been |' J. J. Keith (t-hioaso: G. 1:. itob' rt-
I&ATITZ as It l 1. the place of her parents last Mr] Tom Hill has slightly: under ;

COMP ,II f..t.-R<.me Herald Friday). I tie. weather for the past few days. I
: Jack-sonvilleH.
,ru. 7 I> . : ;
I Port han key 'I but hjis many friends hope to see him -- _- = ", -t- '.
Miami Wsf .
:rT T | A tHejsrani was received" in Rom
| out attain soon.
: i MUM !I JIU**. Mlle.. yesterday announcing; the death of I I I : i SAN CARU- I I c, I
1 i'1r-. UI WI : B. B. Tatum wellknown !I r
of Mr
....... f" 1,.. II, A ? iliaml. Fla I i Micas Sberlie Pike who has been Byrne and wife St. Louis: H, C. Pow. I I
----t., "' iarl In Rome and must pl..nU.1rt'mf"mboncl I spending some time with friends ban
de !Pa Ietc ell. Richmond: T. Winklhofer Mun-

flap flap.UoC.wp was r_. ... ... S''sMl I by hundreds as MlM.Mamie I I retorted' to her home la Went Palm I chen. T. FleldejChemnitz.. Germany;
.''', txas I 554 sin Fo"'tth. I Beach.I. | Mr. and Mrs. John W. Way. PUtubvrg.Pa BURDINE
tot. will take), place Suwlay &
O1.nt.eee. The funeral i I _
.t Auea.N... .r7 I j jChan.
'Jf; !.a 7 1 .. .. .. .. ,lilt i Ml ;:morning at |the cemetery in North' Mr.| jimes McComb has Just romI Patton: Atlanta: C. F.101: r

-.'.JIPSUISI IN.ad.i.. .. .. .. I" I :Rome at 9 o'clock. I I plete<| a large new packing house just '

= 11 I __ ::00 '' The folioming gentlemen will act as I I I north; of! Sligh *: ('A)'.. Mr. McCombhas '{I I O'Brien.(lorn. Tampa G.. :C I.Floyd.Cohen SL city Augustine: J. J.; QUA RTE RMA N.

APRIL 21. 1904.What' pall-bearer.' :. Messrs. Henry Harvey.J. fqr his foreman Mr. Dick Gardner. Walter
\ I Hawkins. Jacksonville; F. UCorwln.
R. Cantrell, C. E. Woodru!. O. J. Mr. McComb has been" doing business
: I Atlanta; Thomas H. Judge:
the matter I with \New' York! Davis. T. BJ Broach and H. D. Hill. with Pompano people for three years'I'I
: wife. Albany N. Y.. C. F. Austin.
These requested to meetat and has always
gentlemen given perfecteatlefac-
S1Ie'. alright '
; Jacksonville.
i I .
-e-1 Harvey-kill's at 7 a. m. Sunday tion. I I _

Next ,1uesday. April 36. t. M..morlall morning IB i order to meet the 7.20: I ___ I BAY VIEW I Fancy Dry Goods Notions. Beautiful and Artistic

." 0.,. Uonlt font i I the day and date j Southern trvta from Florida. WATER SYSTEM I,I John Coal,. and wife. Cincinnati; E Neckwear also the largest dealers in Novelties

. and dont tail to honor the departed Mrs. Tatun'i father the late Col. Souvenir
Will be Improved. aad Extended Across''''H. P. Wallls, 8t. Augustine; George and Sporting Goods. Complete line
herons with loving tribute Forsyth. wa, for years one of themost W. Ireland Philadelphia W. L.
r. ;5. the River. | of School Books. Polite and capable service.
-o-I prominent members of the Romebar i Chambers. Sheffield. AIL; Q. J. Dick- I

The Miami Sunday night; school baa and there hosts of old ,
are family
Mr. Parlln. the civil engineer who Is man and Wife Holland .MI b.; J. P. L 1
not yet applied for the use of a church friends In Rome who win tears the Wood ands wift. New' York; T. T. ,
making a survey and plat of the property
. Ia which to jioJd their' Sunday' Bight sad news of |her death with regret. across the river for the purposeof Wf"It<-h. city; J. F. Donaldson. 8t Augustine

r. political; analon I Rome, Tribune (Saturday). extending: the Miami water work.system ; T. B. Moore, Atlanta: W. T Burdine & Quarterman
.; :Moore. JarksonviDe.
: to that place Is
can anybody bring forward a The body of Mrs. Mary F. Tatum. making rapidheadway -L- I ,

*. Democratic. Issue than the and win BOOB have the work
stronger irife of Mr. B. B. Tatum who died InMiami. J

tariff lssoe?" ask* Champ Clark. l. Fla, Friday arrived la Rome completed.In BISCAYNEW. ( Twelfth Street. 308.
i this connection' It la said W.III.t and daughter
Duano. There''eating'dinner with anigger" yesterday at 7.30 o'clock and the interment
extensive. Improvements and on City Neb. Jno. W. Mahaa. 3d4-/I
I extension -
f for Instance: < waa In North' Rome cemetery
M Ingtoo: J. P. Wood and wife.
ofof the water work will
... ,hBfce e- and owing: to the threatening weather system
is said be made throughout ) this Ohio: G. J. Dlekmaa and wife Hol
Georgia peach' crop Only a short, but Impressive servicefas Uyaml summer i
to be frosted. It would take. 'heavier and fall. A new survey and plat land. Much: W. L. Chamber Washington
held at the conducted'
grave by Ur. ...
frat than old Georgia has rxperienced' Or. RR Headdea, pastor of the First 11'11be\ made of the city and when the : and :Mrs. G. A. Poole :Mina

hilly to effect loins of our political Baptist Church. extension baa been made Miami will Poole. MlMphla Elliott G. B. ETerwaH.

-puachea." I )!> :Mrs Tatum was burled" by the side rank second to nth, tilt of Its size. \In Chicago; *OL Westborne. PhlladelSmlth. '. ,.;..:
America on ..at..l.o.1rL I ; G. W. Macon.
r Safamaripmines are'said to be In These Improvements and Increased J. Mortimer Jacksonville; E.
with beautiful floral
many offering.stint
Biversal d!a ITOT with ,nasal experts. demand for water will\ make an enlargement M. BreUfortl. Palm Beach" ; Ceo. H.Ch.pllI. .
In by loving friends her
: of youth Boston. --- ----
howr has 'different Tiew 1 of the of I .
Japan, er, a capacity. the
and can furnish proof through Russiato 1 la>I Tbone Rome who and from gathered home at at the Miami.graveside pumping: station necessary. Just what | .f.. . . .. ... . .. ... . .... . .. .. . .

Ubhtantla e her Maim. \ change will be made to not ho... oREE: BB.O'S.
yesterday were the friends of her I
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though tb..11 probably be large.
)youth who bra-ved the bleak day to
What tlut.Bob did to Broward ana About; IIO.OOO la nil will be expended" i I KINDER LOU. GA.,
pay the last tribute of love and esteem ,
kbook TOR .
) his was a plenty. He literallytorej ; In Improvements.GREETING ,
l It to JIll_ Bro.ard.11I have' to their departed Mend-Rtnte | )Jake --:::
to (tome atlas If be experts or wantsto Herald (Monday TO WEST PALM BEACH [Unit d StItes Senator I I

repair thud' damage[he suffered. --I I I Kinder Lou .
0 Yesterday the following wa seat to '
s KentuckyJfcflzMjurl: and other" State a railed meeting: of the Ladies West Palm Beach: 'i[ Vote For I i .
bask'a :' Aid Society. of the First Baptist I
here, warm sunshine and Miami. April :'l Chase & Harney. Miami

!i were enshrouded yesterday: In snow Church of Miami. Florida on April the To Judge A. J. Lewis: Seim .

5: storm and freezing weather. WI'I I eighteenth nineteen" hundred and four. Went Palm Beach" : James' P. Taliaferro ; I

under cleaVj kl.s.. Wht| the president appointed. Mr*. W. E. I ,
a contract campagnI
The Davl and Taliaferro I :B.1nc1er Lou Ora'tes
1 1- I Stan,,". Mrs W. E. OeBerry, and Mrs.J. I Com
Club of )Miami lend greeting land'rongralulatea I
Whuse i '
I is 'all
Peter Neldermier!' one of the youthful I T. Sanders as a committee to draft and name over Dade County.
the Davis ,
Taliaferro ,
Chicago{ bandit, condemned to execution resolutions expressive of the sense Club of West palm i ....>.... ... .. ... ......... a . >.*..
Saturday made two of the f of the society on the death of Mrs. B. pronounced as | 1_
which it la store for It and -- .
nerviest attempt 14 ,Jake his own life' B. Tatum. which committee reportedthe 'I I
( the people of West Palm Beach tonight if it was spelled II! .
ever credited to a aI.". If Neldermier' I following: : Messrs. Tallaferro and Davisreceived ) I i ........ . . . . a.... . . . . .-
has to dl. what (difference dots It I Whereas, it baa please oar Heave here : I'

ml>. bowIndiana t is to. be 9; /dune!I 'ly Father. In His Infinite Wisdom to remove a great& last ovation and : {
their addrewtea
night were I Intened tj Epicurean
''I I from among; a. one of our members .1 to by an 'Immense audience. Toliver f

seems to |l be,havip4 a wave r our worthy and honored '!' Signed 'E. T. BYINOTON JOs. l1tb St.
of Mrs. B. B. Tatum.Therefore .
temperance During thelast .
fejorm. President Davis and Taliaferro :Club, II i ,- --- +i i
year so ''I announced! WO *s- j: .be It Resolved. First. ThatIn < :

looa have beea jpot out of [bual_ ,, her death the Ladles Aid Society I THE DREDGE LAUNCHED.' I : Continuous Service from 6 o'clock m., until 10 p. m .. 1

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and about 3S*j| towns have no saloon ban lost one of Its most esteemed members I I -- ...-.. .,._, ".'f

Tb temperas *Cement' declare that i j and a competent and efficient I Although There--r Considerable II I-_ .

the work of dosing the saloons will |, worker. In the official capacity of Work to be Done. :' t r -- -- :- j

tin go right OB. i I I'O president. Its financial success..
K.J. TECK lUlL :
u. n. :
1 largely due to her wise I y
and discreet The dredge of ;
big the F. E. C. Company II
Aerator Pettna. [of AlabaroC at the management. 9
who: has been on the ways at I Bailey j; .
.ce or SlId oceli hist That ,
: Second.
eilfllt7-t., ass. society, we deeply
terminal dock for the past several ..;_.... Btab4rade
seat Ia CoIocrfI.. orltlcises vies. I the Ions !
mourn of our dear sister.
and week* having repairs made to her
and the 'of fwd ROWBOATS !
sauce.l u hat ii extend our heart-fehsvmpathy to our hull was launched yesterday.Though I
tnJerinR t peep and lIa.-rt1 C tile : brother ID his great sorrow. I Overhauling and Kepairin Marine Kailwav.7011ATCXCKD ,
e the work to her hall has'been .
aatIM to I. -pott ''an editor I Third. That a copy of these resolutions ) : MIAMI FLA
com >I leted. there I* still considerable ;
remarks; s and tea la&; .be sent to the Wai papers for '
work to he done to her machinery I 1
11Ift jwnder, 1 M&&pIetqD end fadiaprt. publication and that -- -. -- _
.1 a page of our red --- t
.; :jbrnad PJ'Ql"lIIim'; tlltoi.blr of minutes be Inscribed gear before she la again ,! Special .
to her -
stlUesu. caks bulll"'cI; ps try exirdetnsed I W. E. STANTON.memory.MRS. the ready channel to .I'e.ame In the work, In dredging out I\I .I. . . . . . . i 1
bar When com-1 I
; mow orbidd.a; ; most MRS. W. E. DE T
BERRY pleted the dredge will be In better j :
y.-.w. postal s or atpo&.- MRS. J. T. SANDERS. and Sale the 8a7
more thorough working order'" } CarlosFormqrly i
-: 7 w. .u be linos living Committee. than ."et, before.WILL \ I

lBe tile Jock t, oa as oorasioval I j OF '

bof tilT boxed ad sold HEADQUARTERS TIGE ANDERSON BUILD NEW HOME.: I! I IMen's \ SF q fIlm rotQI. j I

as Mal rOJCL! weiL the Jar rabbit CAMP: NO.' 1203.: T. C V. Corner B
Avenue and 11th
1- Summer Street
tnaltage ) to I j keep atl'Ye and moving.rtd Miami. Fla.. April 21. 1,.... Senator Dimlck Will : !

wlaa mre, spoald we ..kr Special Order No. 1. 1 Burned Residence.Replace His i I I Gus. :A. Muller. Propiistor !

I The members of Camp TIp Anderon. i Clothing i

Pwbtte J Jgoot 'are public traata and No. 1J03 r. C. V, are hereby ordered Senator! E. N. Dimtck has. awarded" 1 Open all the year !
should net b. abnaed, Tkl being the to Meet I :
promptly at 1:30
case K ij I evl.-. eat that a'little elan of o* Tuesday, April f. IXX BYOUeoIq a. m. a eo.trwrf to spleadld C. C Halght of the East AT Kate I 9i.*; ) per dar aiid I,up. Special I] per "ftk and to eo.- :+1
Me for la
politician I iv. .ovemeppm' their at the comer of Twelfth Street and residence to !replace Cohen's.I' I ] mercial'men.i Late Sample 11111I'I" !

rights III nai if .Dade Coaatyll 1 court : Avenue D. By order of the one destroyed" by Ire last I.. n. Hoi atM -I| > MIAMr. FLA.

hcwe for;, $he holding of political canes i R.I C. May.Commander.. fall says ,the Tropical San. The new L j i 4 i.

OB the holy Sabbath d&'J Some I 'i'i 1
I home will .. one of the prettiest along i ,
one bit; [to give' perBiasto fir suck G. W. :M. Williams. A. A. .he. east shore of'Lake \\'Grt'It will = 'I I', j1.
meeting The' supposed 1 1l r
anerilT to to Vfc frame tracts twd ... !
re. stories high

be tae rntodlaa tree of the buUdlng.'' ; This "I was oo the fence.said a voterresterday. I milt with a view to providing all the l Hotel i ,.
also mnt'
beiag till lie the gnllty vmforts :Df 'llyiac Biscayne
Jn animate
'peraon. before I beard Davis'and : that
thai 1
known be la.a Ied&llat. I I "
npw become ,worM famous. It b
.!r af'tIIe adios .gntaa4 [u re.Xre'tW rallaferro speak Tuesday sight I." learned thaj tile cost will be about I'I'I I. from nh.r I !
Op>ea ove
PIQIQ,.DtIde ,-trl 1 going low satisfied that they.an o* the ,i.|<0 Mv.HsJght' wttt begin work la t to alai [..t. 5. GRAHAM, P oprietor.Conaer ,i
to allow tom.prpeetx to bem.. right track: aad'front"now .M-I. am ak: o.os.so.tat.tb. Senator I'
and Mrs. ;
'waga'or Gyps little- .ba>drlagMersr of I g going to work for ttejB.--:; Honest Dtajlck Bar be la their MW apse by ; Avenue D and Tw.eIfta.Stree.ta 1 1. .'

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j ::1" 11 and will remain here. for some time)I with Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Blackstoneand .

.' let.I I Mr. Price< Williams aboard. Reports '
i from there are that'they are diligently "The Ideal"Special

i, H. M. KING, I Mr. John Wise, of Oakland. Orangecounty fishing for tarpon but have so I ;i

who has a tomato farm at Da- far failed
to make catch.
Director Embnlmer. a
Funeral and nla. Is la the city today. Mr. WI. has I I I

I ,about finished his and FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD.
lxK) AVHOB O- : gathering
.......,JAttesMosi to T...I ....,.. or T...,..*' i Call. will leave next week for his home to'I hereby announce: myself as a candidate -
spend the summer. for< re-election to the office< of Goods
I at Greatly Reduced Prices.
L. J ::1 member of Board of Public Instructionof j I I

Mr. C. B. Thomas, who has been, a'' Dade county, subject to the Democratic I
THE t- j I SOCIAL AT'THE 1' >SAN CARLOS. the :Sewell A Bro. for has d W. M. Burdiae. See the newest fad la ladle round
The ladles of [die Catholic congregation a long time crash berth seven cored lap om-.

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.MIAMII : will hold $ social at the San Carlos gone to his old home at Forsyth, Ga. belts, white Us blmck.iMd mod Inverted plait; the regular $7JO kmd.

t Hotel this veang from six until :for a rest and recuperation. He will WEEKLY DANCE TONIGHT.-The SUrtU Special price..... .... .... ....... .
!not return to Florida before next win regular weekly clue; will take place Shirts
TLA.Apnl lll.leoL eleven o'clock. The proceeds are for
I the purpose of! swelling the fund for ter. tonight at Agricultural BaIL fleas Ladles seven font, Sicilian cloth L.In sa S. s.
dances for the summer wit be conducted skirts, ia white: all man tailored
lUlL SCHEDULE. the erection ot the Catholic Convent per. A large assortment of silk ._ ..
_. school The many friends of Rev. and Mrs. by George W.'Murfltt, who has taken feet fitting, with seam flare; special and l
and In the the of Mrs. Price... .... .... .... ...
! Arrrr. front tk.Northt I worthy of'the Uberal support of C. Fred Blackburn will be glad to place was .....1.00 ly trimmed and tailored
|:0f .. sL I know that their all our dtlxeni It Is hoped that the:
had measles have recovered andthat days ago. Cencb.
u:. p. a.i building can be erected this summer. !

for the North- The social this, evening will be la they are all.. good health BOW. Ladle. C. B. Const Na 902, made of

fMa.BLt, charge of Mrsj! M. Shanahan. Mrs. This Information was brought by Mr. or beet quality Batiste; this corset gives 1 r

'U a. M.I Cbasj Graves and Mrs. Gus Mailer. Tatum who came by Fernandlna BUSINESS LOCALS. I the < them his from his sad
THE WEATHER There< 'will, be no'i admission
'Eastsa Florida: Miami Conservatory or Music,
. WashBgW-ror MR. LECTURE.-The It Na 847 Warren rust-proof corset
I la north land centralportlo.a .MtrNROE-S I Walter Hawkins: of Jacksonville.Ireneral Franklin Coleman Bush, director; 22S Is
dear and warm Ladles Afternoon Club will give ",AD it a corset that give tile utmost satisfaction -
I southern portion cloudy.I Florida of the Central Twelfth street -aoEYel'J'ooe fl. :
; Evening With Kirk Munroe" at the agent both for< correct shape and
I Tuesday raIL Fair{ la&,1 jof Georgia Ry. and one of the most i wear
Building next Monday ey passing up Avenue D will
Maximum, Ie;. minimum; 72.fJTRAWBERRT I April;, ZS. The distinguished\ author I popular transportation men In the I see a blue Bag over the grocery store Special price.,.. .... .... ......$1.00FMMTK

bat consented to deli,er a lecture dealing ,'jBtate. business and will be here several JI"
days. -
with the Impressions and Incident I I'I __ I II that they sell VERY TRUE goods at I. ItcTaAl
TOWN TOPICS. I oft I'' recent travels through the East VERY LOW PRICES.
Mr C. O. Richardson owner of the
and being fresh from the scenes that I I
Mautlful Richardson grove up the ,
arg 'Just now attracting worldwide II | W* us* Tennessee cream la all oar
iver and one of the county's most
i itubstintlal
attention his utterances have the authority I I Ice cream: and also have the plain '
FESTIVAl -Th. and progressive citizens,
of personal knowledge aad cream oa sale at t* Biscayne Drug j
[ladles of Trinity Eplscopul Church will ; eft yesterday for< Bt, Louis, where bel| Ladies Skirt Wonts
.ll) be received with great Interest -
MTV* lea eream. home-made,cakes and Increase' UI be connected with the great Expo-. If you want Ice cream that Is good One hundred waists, all sties, all
The proceeds will te used to <
their Tent onfTwelfth ltionj and buy It of the I the latest styles la lawn, madras sad
rtrawberrte* la tile: scope. of the met between Aveaues D 'and C, has, already assumed very respectable I I I Company. They ns. T1DD_ cream Batiste: only a few of each atria
afternoon and evening. April I The yacht Enterprise. Captain E. A. lUI i worth $250 and $3.00. We offer to
rhursday proportion*. The cahnce for admlsjbton -
JIMjui feordlaUy Invited 21 I has been fixed at the small sum I Ilof prabam. i' md anchored< off \he city wharf On'I FOR SALE.-A first-clans sailboat, Ladles Japanese ,silk shirt waists-! ,
2S rents. Pupils of the public schools ,
SAILED FOR HAVANA.-The 1 i hoard were Mr. J. E. Ingraham third, built by aa expert and worth $150. "back and front tacked and trimmed
:amy obtain tickets from Prof. W. W .
aer Miami. Captain White, sailed rlre-presldent of the Florida East j, Will sell for $75. Apply to this office. with lace: Bishop sleeves; a waist that .

u- morning for Havaaa via key Hall at IS cents Faeh.PERSONAL I I toast. Railway.. with..n_ Mrs -liimh-_-----ni- ]. 2119. I.I f I.will wash. Special..............$ -n \ I I

Vest. Bh. carried seveateea passeni Ind their guest Mrs. McComb. Mr I i Ladles shirt waists same u <<'at. _I"V:

beside a henj freight, amon I 'ngrsJiam met Vice-president ,J. R. Shoes .for Baby, any <
latter being a qiaatlty of' boil MENTION. 'farrott and other F. E. C. officials cents. The Racket Store sleeve. with tucked cuff. Special... .... .... .... .... ..$%.00

ri al I for HavanaiThe Martinique? Ifho, came her yesterday from ,,Jack- 'I :
Headquarters fancy fruits,
Dillon, will i sit tomorrow for j sonvllle.-Tropical< Sun. .
.1tala H. P, Geiger of Hallendale. Is la the etc:, at Wilson nT.'.. 7 E. B. DOUGLAS
aifau with a I umbpr of pseaeasmtti I I ,
rd / -*vi > fie, t city today. j I A pleasant part awheel went upI Desirab1 1 rfbcs rooms Tor rent Inquire \I 310 and 312. Twelfth Street.
!I the river yesterday to the houseboat of Rank of Bay E'scayns. 4
E. M. Brelsford. of Went Palm
i DEATH OF X CHiLD.-8tielU Al, Biscayne where they spent the day I
Beach Is la the on business. FREE SCHOLARSHIP.
city I|I Hotels and families
wd. ag 1 yearn bier of Mr. aadj plnlnD& Ample lunch< was takeni can buy genuine
at Cutler this. i i I along and eaten under the tree.. oa I iTeaBesse cream at Biscayne Drag -
di. d
lira. E. L. AUor J. Mortimer Smith of Jacksonville, There are many young people >.
gal : la was the only;I registered. at the|Biscayne this ntorui" the bank. A most pleasant outing!Company.. 142 Miami and Dad. county Interested la I
but leaves a brother of was enjoyed. Those IB the party were.
ter. 9| learning book-keeplni and stenography -
of age to epsnfo t the sorrowing I Ij |! Mrs. J. Tucker, Mrs. R. L. Harper Mrs Pare .Tennessee cream oa sale atBiseayn. and the Metropolis propose to Ntv5 DEALER'

then and mother. i IT 1* remains were j I W Pawnore. !'of Jacksonville is Whartoa. Use Lillian Tucker Miss Drug Company. 141 make It possible for two of them to

I for shlpmea by Undertaker aagla la the city looking after his br .ij- Ahble Douglass. Miss Bertha Graham. A Splendid Square Piano, ia good repair have a chance without the cost of s AND

f. P. Miller and leavfc on the 7 p. m. sees Interests here. : Messrs. Shallle. Harper. Howard for sale very cheap lira. B. a single dollar. For fall details of the BOOKSELLER'MIAMI .

today for Winder Garden Fla, Allen Bradford< and Masters Lloyd Beck. 1M plans see the slrth pac of this papet.
i the Interment will be made C. F. McCullom; of Tampa retnrr Graham and Frank Douglass. I FLA ,

to the city yesterday and Is again r g'> -- OFFICES FOR RENT-lngl o* ..- BIDS WANTED.
(WILL EXTERT1IN TONIGHT.-I Ik Istered at the Saul Carlo
suite; see McAllister-Beck real estate, Tenders are,requested for the deliver'

Pascoalaa CIubwin eutertala aj'I OJN.THE9:220 1-2 Twelfth Street Miami Fla.I oo the beach at Cape florid la vicinity I T
mbar of the friends of Its members Mr. Fred Morse was a pauseser LEGAL PAPERS.
: of Old Town. South Point and
the hospitable bom* of Dr. 4. M.. this morning on the steamer Mlarii; I Pleasant Sleeping Rooms ta my I wharf of twelve hundred tone native The following legal papers: wen fU4

cksoa this evening Tb affair will:, going to Key West oa a business', tr piMr Captain Malloy. has taken tile twelve ,Twelfth-Street Resides Shower bath crock la pieces:not under fifty pounds. for record< la the clerk's once ot the

> simply ta the nature of aa "open :, R.I L. Harper-, formerly linotype horse-power Buffalo engine out' of him jete. For rat at summer rates. Mrs Work to begia not later than May lit<< 'circuit court today. .
C" la order that those Invited E. C. Beck. completed Mortgage-Henry Gassmaa sad
IK and by August lit<< 1904. wife
'operator of the Metropolis Is hi the ya-ht |Mystery and will replace It lath I
witness th carrying out "of aprograa. I II to Elisabeth W.
Plummer.Warrantee :
I Rejection of aar and an kids reserved
city l from Orlando visiting his fsm117., tall'! with a sixteen horse-power I Miami F'
Conservatory of Mart hat
I by R. M. Muaroa deed-Fort Dallas
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: the meantime the
J., J.' O'BrietI and George Plovd.'Glob tbe.ea.rer Franklin Cussmaa BEd Dtrectos.22S 20] I Coeoaaut Grove ITa. Co. to H. R. Jackson,;for $100, Iota T .
PLEASANT OCCASION.-Mr. sadL laid up tor and the Twelfth Street
I 421Constltutkm and ". Mk. IS, Mlaml
entertalsodiaumber |! pro daest oftciaU of the F. E C. Ry, i old engine offered for sale. I II ,"
0.Vaalaadlaghaa . VOTINU OONTXS1.Every I II. Warrantee deed-Fort Dallas LoadCo.
[ of young people mail! Bight'i at St. iugustine.. are agala la the. city I school shoes, IS to N. L. Jaeksos'for $ u. lot 11
The auxiliary sloop Zors, CaptaJ.j pair, at The Racket Store. t-;:; .
their hospitable horn* oa |Tenth oa business' .! .pertaining to ... Cook. Is hauled out at Peck A Balley'J t'ftIt.1 aabae to the Dafly Metropolis 10. U. IX 12 and 14. bIk. 11, aOaaU. ,

the occasion' being la {honor { i read I I .r shipyard having repairs mad to her I'1! FURNISHED HOUSE:, I. can aid some deserving young. Warrantee deed-Fort<$iUa* Laa4 ,
Mt. Mrs. F. T. Budge. w, rudder 'on Tenth street for rest Apply &I'' man and woman la securing a boata*** Co. to Mary E. Park_. IW $71. Jot T.
the birthday anniversary o their ,Budge j ,jand I the' father of the } r . I this office.< education< by using the ballots to which blk. 27. Miami ;

Mr. Bam Vaalaadlagham. 'The.was .Badge left this. morning for fewl; This has bees another dull day en'' they are entitled oa payment of ...> Mortgage from N. L. Jacksoa sad

delightfully spent jla tmfitm ayj" cruise? he ha,. The. water was as smooth I LIVELY CONTEST.: scripUons. .Read our offer om sixth H. R. Jackson Isaac VUkla. Ira Ida.

various games sac euc.. among the keys, marsitng ..Xs a mlllpond and but very few crafts Ouv vote with every tea cents paid pax* lard and wife, Mary Raalaetl.. tQ Traps

Interspersed with; .probably INI Sunday. j proved>> during i for subscription to the Dally Metropo- kal Horn Improvement CoW .
kvsrsatloa some
j day.S. ::
1 I I Ua. which eaa be used. toward paying, CARE OP SOUSE: WANTED.. -Any anto1es deed-BiIan.,' Tatum u4wlf. >

!IVsrtt refreshments music aid redtatloaa! Ie- C. F. ,Austju, the commission man t., The Jupiter has a charter for ta- I'OHM worthy young persona war oa e deslrtBg' to bYe (Mr furnished to Mary Frauds RadlseU. for

were served' i, pal from Jacksonville who has been here I mrrow and win take to the banks through a corrsspondenc coon tabookkeeplBg home cared for duriag. th*.summar,far 1150. lot 12. block M hortb. Miami.raiiasjte ,

a late hour th- gtfest de srted all season with the tomato I,XL Goldsteia aad wlf. ;1 or stenography.. For fun the use'of a patios of th* .*.ib,, .a, dsid--W.fo. Horn et titt.11.t.ad \,
young "
the host growers. "
many iapxtae \J\i_ m iiin 1 to."I'. .
: communicate drS of Ms
{ particulars read th* MIf.. .* annoasesment ears lk Kora tor $354. lot It
l returned: night from a trip I home, Tk KloBdik. Is I *
stun at Indian Key te to days pse tropoiia. Mk. IT MlaaU.
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.[' ., ATE to."EWs..- have charts of Ue work. The bridge,. I., j r i' .

The Tam a Elecjrlc Company today Including approaches will be aboull& t !} i\WHW

1.ata11ed'b' ; < feet in length.' -Tallahassee CapIta : Bush' & Safford Piano Co, I Ilacorparat

brlckj macaroni factory on Seventh veoue .. I'
!> to opUrate' the new machinery Some Ume agd' "Tel.KRpb rav. Sel. =
which is now beige installed there. :i R.prsenststins (
utterance! to the belief that the r&e.Ifor Clubbing R
a more extended' notice of which will I United States Senator would narrow mtet.wu9 te Sen's. N.s TTsrlc.: tes.
Ena..nen:: Plavxxa>> S3.. :ae.t=n. >
It Is ready I ,
appear la a few days whea down to a contest between Messn'
for. "i UoIIa.-TamI* Tribune., Taliaferro and Jennings and the farther ./' Other I!iHich! Grade Pianos! I and Piano Players. ;

}I' developments the campaign Pianos frcm Cash or easy I Tun- 1 1I
From.present.,Indications today Is to $225 up. (payments. I
lead as to believe that we did not err I
be I great day la Barlow, } The Tonne ning and Repairing. A few bargains in slightly
the tem The of bade
Of public
In oar Judgment people County IwiIJ all the
...'. Democratic: Club lias left no used !pianos. Open evenings. want :news
per. In their very 'first trial la High ; this it is be
as to
stoic antaraed; to make t''a 'successla I year an interesting one be-
every particular. Th. iews comes positions of pnbltt results trash they have cause of the, elections, '
greatly "
accomplished I II
the different sections' that the ,. ,
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to their Statje. In this age of I I

<" people has are' bees coming.....aad.am. for. their'enterSlzteea Je preparatloa '1tatnmeat. -- business growth and development the I Centrally Locateo National' State :and County
people are very apt to Judge present ,
worth by past accomplishment and I : i
tables 75 fee{ long have been with this rule applied to the Senatorial -, !- -- ,
built In the oak JUt;| north of I
contest as It undoubtedly will be, I
the when tjbe bartwcu la to take PROPRIETOR :
It Is easy to see that Messrs. Tallafer- The MetropolisHas
placeTaad: wben dinner will be wned PioneerILMonEU
ro and Jennings will secure the balk
They have S.7M pounds of beef 501
of the YOtea.-BradfOl'll County Telegraph. -
pounds of pork. SO bushels of sweet perfected arrangements whereby it can offer

potatoes; 100.. loaves [let bread 50 . I I : RATES$j.oo TO $r so PER DAB such attractive rates for various newspapersthat
pounds of coffee and other thmgs la there should be no excuse for
Tomatoes are going out of the East people re ,
mod Coast by the trajaload. and the money I Hotel Corner Avenue B and nth street j ji maining in,' ignorance as to the happenings of

C K. Reed aad Lather Johnson wereappointed la coming In frees the northern markets bf AM I, FLA. the year.
at a meeting of the club by the baneL More ammunition i I I ,
last night to have charge of the table. of the boomerang order for John ---- -- t '
sad 1fOII..1wltII the author ty Stockton to use oa Mr. Flagler.-Dally The JMttleahip )Main was ,blown .pIn It Is said that John Stockton tells
to can la additional help a* It Mseedd :' Tallahasseean. Havana harbor In February 1898. the people In his speeches over the RATES. f
., t* eee. On1' February %C.1 1898. W. R. Meant I State that he elected S. R. Mallory 1
A speakers' sUad !will be built la Thomaa Worthlngton of Birming telegraphed to Grover cleveland that I
United States Senator In 1897. This Is
the comer of the court house square. ham. Ala baa It Is reported, been the Gcf"emore of i fifteen State, the : The Daily Metropolisand
as U baa.bees decided that the aadl o-: awarded the contract to build the first Mayon of fifty-two clues and various news to several persons who were Yw
rises et the court-boos* will be 1- section of the Birmingham, Columbusand other persons had accepted membership members of that Legislature and who

Orely tOo .small to aeeommodats 1 he 8t Andrews Bay Railroad, be on a committee organized by his started the Mallory boom prior to Informing S10.OQ
Immense crowds. that win want to I tweea Chlpley and St. Andrews Bay.I'paper to raise fond to erect Nation Mr. Stockton that be ( I' pail Times-Union
bear the dMiacvisbed speakers of Ch. M ml'" J. M. Garrett of Montgom i al monument. to the men who went toct-l'
ton) had been given a fair trial that
day. t ery. Is chief engineer. The entire down 1"th the Maine, and naked perminion' Semi-Weekly Times-Union 550.
The Democratic dab passed reMlf-- line projected Is from Birmingham, I; to add hU name to the com he could not be elected and would haveto

tioa last alght reqnesUag'th speak I Ala.. via Columbus G.. to St. Andrews -I mittee.' Mr. Cleveland sent dill replyto get, out of the race. Ask Hayes Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-

: I ers' to(dUmlaate from their remarks Bay. Fla. about MO mil**.-- Mr, !Meant: 1 decline to allow Lewis :of Jackson county. Gainesville Union |
. verytalnK In the way of personal 'Manafacturen Record. I my sorrow for those who died on theMaI..to Sun. 2.oo
abnai .s. be perverted to an advertising "i With Atlanta Journal twice a week '*2.25

" Beau hare bees built about thecourt The friends of Mr. Lee Fenton win scheme for the New Tork Journal. With Weekly Palm Beach News
house aquan for the:___ c.- be very glad to know that he la rapIdly ROBBED THE ,GRAVE.:. I 1 12.00
1 tank A startling ncid'!ntl,; narrated by j
datIoa the visitors, sad a tOM
jot recovering from the"Injuries re- GREAT ,
&as .... a eoa.picaoasplace. 8FK8ATIOX., John JDUvrr, of PhUaJelpUi. as fol- I I
" providediis calved last Saturday. While at workat There was a Me sensation in tesrU Old[subscribers must pay all back dues"before they
lows 1 la ,
jtrorn which ;flee water win be : was an awful eondtt1oLM i
-ierredldurlag <&* day. Haute will be wiring oa top of aa electric light *. lad. when W. H. Brown of that skin was almost yellow. eye sunken fcan take advantage of these offers and cash
Iraralsbed by the Woodmen Baad ofTampaUCoarterIafopmant. pole oa the East 8M his hand came place who was expected to die had t din advance must accompany all orders for
teases coated, pain
his We saved by,Dr. KnTs New Discovery
these combinations. ,
: la contact with a Bve wire, carrying *
.. for CoaawjspUoe. He writ**: I back and aides no appetite.. growing t ;,
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-f. 11SO volts. The terrible shock threw
Taa Work cdlaytac the ran for the 1 endured insufferable agonies from''I.. weaker day by day. Tare physicians ADDRESS :
'"' 1 him to the ground, a distance of twen, Asthma,"bat roar New Discovery gave t
'I=snt+'oatides tonstrucUon from had give me nn. Them I wa advisedto
J. ty-five feeL H. wa picked ap la aaaacoasdous m. Immediate relief sad oon thereafter
c- .Moody\twvrn miles eastward,through eoadlUoa and harriedacross fleeted a complete rural!Similar a.q| Electric Blttersj to my Joy Us t
r' the'Oeirgia.; Florida Plae Coo Umbers to the city to the home at his cans of consumption pneumonia first bottle made a decided Improve- Miami

,:.: .....:: | sow weD' jinder way. A brother. D. W. ...... where careful bronchitis sad ,grin are numerous.It's meat] I eoaUaved heir use for three t Metropolis.
1IIUp ?wtn" be bollt across the It.Jxubr atteaUoa ana brought about vary gratIfyiag the peerless remedy tor all throat week{ and am BOW a well man. 1 I
'rttnN- about a !mDe below the resmtta. Ta escape from death sad lug troubles. PrIce IOe and SLOt bow Obey robbed the rr*of another
j Natural. i Bridge :Hij. O. r..CO.ant. was a aanww on, for' the jlga *otlagn Guaranteed' by an druggists. Trial victim.-1 N. caw should taD to try J

.. Utarr a,eoutnetJac jegseer a&D-:: wag alaost aansrh Vi cause a bottle .free them.! Only M eeatal .......... at r rI
..rorteoatt:, 8.) aavy.rard. kill fo ant>r.-11 sOk .... .rJ r '''1 .u
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NOTICE. I or elected. The office of secretary and NOTICB. '"...."" .

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Florida East Coast Ry. 'To All .Whom It May Concern: | board of director, may be filled byl To AH Whom It May Cancan: Trade _

Notice hereby given that the unj l one and the same person The name Notice to hereby gives that the ..- s : : s

LOCAL TIME CARD No.53. (In Effect: Feb. 16,1904. j denigned Intend to apply to hi* Excellency -' of the officers and director who are f dersigned Intend to apply to lbs Hoa- s

.- William 8. Jennings, Gov- to conduct the business of the -I orabl Minor & Jones Judge of the "WADDELL'S
..,...... .-lid...... aOllTII.ou--.u. w.psN :error of the State of Florida for Let- until those elected *f the corporation first j Circuit Court ot the Seventh Judicial i

**. N I Bja.N Ba.ff ITsTIO ** 11. N s. >t s..7n. ..MJl j ten Patent on the proposed charter( election. shall be qualified are Thomas -I Circuit of FlorIda within and for Dad I' Guarantee a a J

D.Irr. D.ll7. D.L7. Dally. 1 u17. Dtlif Dilly. L.117. D.l4. ( hereto annexed; r, Cos igan, president; Edward Burke county for aid Judge' approval of Written [Contract"YouirtHuMor

........ 11W) i J*>i a I U a L* 1 kaoa.'a Arj t U a"tsTyllll This 24th day of February A. D. W4I I the proposed Charter hereto annexed
.- J t.u." 01 N first vice-president; John, F. Olive, '
.. .. r a eiaj.Aaaad|! nlTj"ia a N a q N .. I EDWARD ; 1SU
second upon Monday, day of
-.... II .. .. II \ Huttnn J. a. ....... vice-president; S. L. Pattorsbn,, April. S
I Mill JlaL.ml.iTataa< nTMi ...... JOHN r. OLIVE i secretary and treasuier; and Thomas| A. D. 1904, at TUusvtlle. Florida ;
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uN IHlltOa M M a'Ar.' ala'l r t. Ls: ..... 1 :! THOMAS COSTIGAN. CoetUan. Edward Burke I Joha F. Olive ; Dated this 10th day of Il rcb, A. D. : SHe
.a 1 N n K. f..L..1.Iat.t .Arj t N. I N io .
W. W.
ERWIN. W. W. U. 1904.
I Erwin and S Patterson
....... Till rnIMa :...AIMallat LV.... .... 1M a L. PATTERSON. C. L. F. ROBINSON. putt you oa top s
ids ..... shall onstltute the !bo M of directors
aN aI.Ba, Mau AJ Tata 711 T1 j by felling you it the <

.. t p N..ea Lv ...... i 4. N I Th* organization au-l first annual r. I(. LEONARD. bottom i >

0 M.. L.ww.lla .... fef 1 .... I CHARTER.The meeting of tLe stotkhoM M shall beheld J. F. OLIVE _? ; c- .
1 "PPfI yew w..4 /I
n H TI undersigned penon Thorns the first R A. HART. ye.a
Monday In April A.
on the lI hey ot rss .
lit $Tp *MaUM Dty. .. Sun N. $ $ $ ...
Pen uru,.. I Coatigaa Edward Burks. John F. Olive D. 1904. In the city of Miami Florida I CHAS. H- OARTHSIDtj IW jp ,-. ntrti/at bets
q N a p *.w $ .. j N Ne 0s $ NJ W. W. Erwln and 8. L. Patterson, i */ caii coumff.
oak /I1L. t0 | the principal pine of business oC
iM Tst UN..T1.v"1.. ... 'iiNi iNi themselves CHARTER.The .
p IM* hereby associate togetherfor cat'*,
..... .... .. said company at the office of Graham -
urn ...x GGt.e... the purpose of becoming Incorporated undersigned ....*. C. L. F.
..... is IS! ... Call**.. .Susj. 0 Patterson 4: Erwin; and thereafter Robinson. T. I(. Leonard J. F. OUT*. C. A. WADDCU
.--..,.. lip l .. $.4b'urr.. U 11i 1 under the law of the State of oa the first Monday la February Reel .
M "" a.w..a :.. .. .. 11 N ::. Florida E. A. Hart and CJuu. H. Garthatd Eata: la'-,.. aerwu
U, .. .L _.*!. L.ri... S 1.w ... of each and every year. CeI .. e.ac-q
.. L i7 tq r Vt. Misj .__ M* II. lMa U N, ... The following I th. proposed charter hereby associate themselves together
...,.. ...,. ? .Tlbb.la,.. N 111 a ...-.. .. The officers and board of director Office first NIL Bilk. Mini. flat j ;
''F .. .. j for the purpose of becoming incorpo-
-4 ... Rd. _. } 3E laatua ... for the Intended corporation
. .Jea a.. .. 1.No .... of said corporation shan be elected at
rated (
under chapter 4191 of the Ads
...... .Sla.rt._! N ... Article On*. Th* name of tile j corporation Mme
-F r+ the first annual meeting of the stockholders -
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p County of A. D. 190L of the Law ofl'klr1da -
shall be tile Dade
4p .wr! JaplMIi .1 4_. S I. .. ..... : and at each annual meetingof
is; isdMM ... MaTMa H *>> Title Insurance and Trust Company, The following la the proposed' charter TWO is
aSsI P j i BrmiTHAj OMs.Hen' .
,ral t .ra.. 1 $ Ml ; the stockholders thereafter or U la
,N ...,.. O p ...... .,.nonioe_.. IS with principal office at Miami Dad for the Intended society and crab: -
NN 1. !t, .... .Palraf. iyj +4 Tit g any year no regular annual meeting a poise tor Ute In.opoL-.
Article L The of the
L I.A.rdi1M Florida. name eodetyand ;
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N ..,. } 1 } Maa 4 t County for any cans be held they shall be readers You want save
Ballaadal... me..y
4.... + Article Two. The general nature of dab shall be Miami Ou flub, and we kaow !bow *
Ln. s.IN .MM CttT. M i. II?, elected at the next meeting of stockholders 0 la.lpM. W.
M 4I. IT 4 I T N ( w I 't'W.Coadnd the. buslnesk to be transacted shall be with principal office'at Miami. Dad ea- fix It M TO. pay a litsle more the
thereafter called for I lie
that par-I price.f one
t iii.M a. w1 M w.U..tl_.I. .b... the Insuring the owners ol real estate, poae. county, Florida. you *"*. ".paper P*"*and of get the the Dally two

mortgagees, and other Interested Article Z. The general nature of tile Timee-Union and citiia baa
Article SIL The of reoessly
highest amount
Boh.dal. B.tw..a JackaonTffl aad Btuectosnriut Angnatia.. In real estate, u owner. Inenmbrancen : I object of the corporation, society 'ud ben redact to the following prices
Indebtedness which this
i company mayat club shall be the development and 1'hrMUI.. ...

otherwise against toe lit perfection
f CT. aimaim Doluljj' MDa17 Dail DW7(D.117 I 1K I iaa.i I DHU Dal s i3?+1t l tittiY.K reason of, or lien, Incambrance or defectlve "> any time subject Itself I* one-half of skill on the pert of the club' Six.month. .. . ............ fSOn I.
I of the amount of its then fully paid year............ M
MsMa WMaUWa MslUM Mp N* title: the loaning and Investing member la the art of wing and trapshooting W.
!8N $.N Propose to send both
.. .. .. ( lit* p 4MP Up sip.iaMs. of money upon securities upon Its la capital:Itock. and also the entertalamea Daily and Sundy TImU.1oII you aid tb*
Article Seven. The and
IT. AMMTHIt .a.tat aa.tt 1N. ...d. N .a.>*4 ...Tf Ba.M* own account, and u agent or trustee name residence of club of similar kind and of members Villain and the JlanoPOu.'or:
Mc* s.vU.L* Dew Daily Daily k :I w: D."r k:.I ballBally Daily of the Incorporators of thi: of such dab Six _IIUat. ..-h ....... ...fen*
friendly contest
for other person; the acquiring holdIng company and the amount of capital One Year......h.. .... .
MaMa f II Ml 41 I of skill In wing and trap shooting; and We will tend the"simiWeekly
AKa..ta..m.. MMa M l2ii l $ sN iI. 7M'PPj !*ip] using leasing. Improving aDd disposing stock subscribed for by each are &II TIV.toe you
of property real and personal( also the tiring of prise to person aid ClaI... u. lbs
Thomas lIanoroua 1
follow: Costigan New York :
Tb ToUowlm Aro Thronfh PnHman Train II the accepting and executing of trust competing In contest of skill at wingand
City, one hundred and four (lH) tilx months for
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I USTIM TUM I WirtM TMWSas.ttsa trap shooting. I
N-i.w Tart..d yWtias> j I *a.tlaW 1 -Chlo t a* r&nrld..prW pursuant to order. Judgment and shares; Edward Bark. New York City One yje. -. .......!.! t5
ne.il sad ai-MIA.rar tmtm tttmliaj I a.M sat T-'ae.a..ad PMrMa Uailtade decree of court of record and by Article I. AH member of this club hUt '
) *W M-S. > aMrVwi4aUail < I f a.t7aa>)..- .FIa ld.u.l'.d one hundred and three (103) shares; for U eellfl IIICIn than lbs .
.,bans OalM anaaeifaaa*.axaleatvaly I).$ C.nand.xtra.ewtar.VtliMsh.r..f. virtue of devise and bequest; acting Joha F. OU,... New York City, one shall be gentlemen of at least twentyone price of the d.'!y you get two paper* _
ttlar aaaaka.aaaiaM aa laaaa tialaa aa.atah w axva,Mat lara U aaarfro.AJfTQXOIJLAJrCK. a* agent attorney-ln-fact, executor year* of ag*. and shall be admitted and for Its* swats nore than Ute rr
and share
hundred tare (103) W.
; to membership In said club by a majority star price of MM Msraoroios
; II OKAJTOI OITT BJLsJIOX. administrator, trustee assignee Usignw W. Erwln. Miami. Flaw. seventy-five th* fcmlWeekly Tlmx+ TSe
vote of the Executive Committeeof
for the benefit of creditors Wises aid
receiver and L. )( and Ute Farmer rnll
Ba.l| Ba.1Pally Ba.4 (75) snares S. Patterson J- .
Dalit I Pally rA" taa.1 t |bell or gnardlaa; and owning and Fla. cue hundred and fifteenIIS this club.Article Grower e
.1J 1 ... abstract book covering lard 4. Tbe term for which this your ..bserlptioM to 5.. Cfcak;
N tltrwlR. u M Mall* rna.ArIMIalLr. share la advises
N lr. .O.t... Il n I N Uk .Inn.A> ( dab i* to exist I* twenty-Ore years. always at the** prioee.
u II ta Lv.Oraata City.Ai JgiiiKKIXSUUt title la Dad* County, Florida, and THOMAS COSTIOAN. (Seal) Tim Mrraorou,
L. U 11<*air.) .Or.6 V t*.. the making'and selling of abstract or EDWARD BURKE: (Seal) Article I. The name and residence Miami, Fto
I:: of the subscriber are a* follows: ,
: ; title therefrom.
a. I, f..17 I Ic&TPon; twit searches of JOHN P. OLIVE (Seal) .
T. M. Leonard, residing at Rouse1
Article Three. The amount of th
D.a7 .
aAYCE. .. W. W. ERWIN (Seal)
.IN Point

I..r........ ........_ _. capital stock shall be Fifty thousand S. L. PATTERSON. (Seal) Charles H. Garthside. redding/
N. 4 .__...------.f JNEwi Fw" ..-.. -.-_.. m $ dollar ($9,000.00)). divided Into She I Cooley & Horner
'-- '- --"" -"."" -'" j. hundred shares of the par nice of Miami Fla.
---+ -............ ....- STATE OT FLORIDA.COUNTY .
.... I ., ......._. -....... One hundred dollar ($100.00) each; E. A. Hart, residing at Rhode Island.J. .
be the OF DADE: ; F. OUT, residing at New fork. Tit Real Estate iii Reital Apia
which hall payable at option
All 'CCtOOrTAL rrtAMSMIP, COMKCCTIOH8 AT MIAMI.L.gen. I. each Oa this day personally appeared before C. L. F. Robinson, residing at Newport
of th* corporation la or property, Edward
Thomas Costlgaa.
..,Isis H mum wn manor K rat P. 4 m, s. t. ....., PM 'real or' persosal.t a Just vacation Burke me John F. Olin W. W. Erwln R. LArticle UstYoir Property Will Tkm.

HAVANA'I, KEY VEST |AND NASSAU. I to be fixed by the Board of Directors and S. L. Patterson. m* wen known (. Tbe business of this by1 corporation
shall be, conducted
of tale company at a making called u Ise ._ (
A. roes ,
I.ft I. a* the persons described la and who property
Tb.w _............ta.UaM at......trains BMT aspMa4 la arrlT*aa. e.pat. for that purpose.Article Executive Committee of ore mem with rlpanaa ngbts. within a fewmisses
_.........&_. kal taMr arrival a drpanar*ai..ka UBM ataatd it eat naraaiaaA, subscribed their name to the foregoing bers--a president 1 Tice-president, walk of the bwiBeseeeaMr
..t.a. Oiapaay'fcaU .......st*lei aay 4alay.. aa/.......--ag IkTff ..... Four. This corporation shall article of Incorporation a* and 01 Miami, being 110 f.es. bsy and
Yea secretary and treasurer. The offlee
I continue and have full power to exercise for article: of Incorporation of the treasurer 400 lee deep, baring a lot sties -

Ouwr eT fh* LOCAL TXVB' CAD er Otkar Isf.v M.s and operate Its corporal franchises Dad County Title Insurance and of secretary and I ahalt. be bearing trees en It. This I. a la
[ fined by one and the same person. place for a winter home.
TBElTICSETlAOENT.-' privileges, powers and fmmuni- and did acknowledge ,
1m ( Trust Company severally
I The name of th. offleer* and member
ZZ.11.a t ...... ... I ties for tht/ term of alnety-ala (r) that they executed the same 328 Twelfth ,
6. Do ZL .O a. Pan*. A.AnA. vrTAf of the Executive Committee who Stmt. Salzm Buck .
years from and after the ___ for the purpose and use therein expressed MIAI FLA.
are to conduct the buiiiies* of the corporation -
i 'f f ment of Its corporate existent ,
1 r-' until those elected at the Ant 1.11&1..1. ,
i Article "... Th buslnen of this IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have election shall be qualified are: C. L F
Hors-Shang.BI.ACkSMITUIXO, company spill be eondactej by I aboard hereunto set my hand and official" Robinson, president; Chaa H. Garth- \\VHfe Eagle Batter S oe1.frost

EB.Haven WarMi A Carriage Work of fi>i (S) director. a president this 11th day of February A. aide, vice-president; J. F. Olive, seers- .
Kind Repairing
vkrpresdent..toad D. 1904. Chairs.
; I Brazing aDd Soldering first vtce-prfal tary and treasurer and E. A. Hart. T. ; No WIitiAr

I All Work k Ouaranteed, FI..c...... dent secretary and treasurer, and aty Seal J. W. HORNER. M. Leonard, lbs Executive Committee Best Smice ii the D'tj.

: !i I other such officer aagenU or ell\l/lol.F, Notary Public In and for of said dub. A. 'COLi7K Proprietor

ShOp 8OO. A.Venu.e D. a* may from Urn to time be appointed din the State of Florida at Large. The organization and first annualmeeting scn Tw.lhb ........

) I I -----rM. -- of the member of this club .

!i I I' iJj itbiaidsaa shall be held on tbs Ant Monday .. Clubbing

I January. A. D. 105 la the city of

e Miami Florida, at th Seminole Dub

SEABOARDAir ITARY _.. and thereafter M the first Monday ta @ e Rates. '

J January of each and every year.Article

I PLU3MBING and T. The By-Law of this corporation You can save money by subscribing -

j I a are to be made altered or rescinded for the
Line Railway! by a two-third vats of the

,F .' SUPPLIES member' of this corporation la good you want through

standing at the Urn of the of
i FOR > CUT lud ul licjeli i/ncy any by-law. The

All kind of wheel Article I. The highest amount of indebtedness -
[&\v nnah. Columbia, Camden Southern! PI e. for sale or rent or liability to which this Metropolis.We

Raleigh.. RichmanJ, Washington:! Baltimor, fit corporation shall at' any time subject .
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Philadelphia. New York.. Itself shan sever be greater than two- can give you' their

third* of the aloe of the property of Daily Times-Union and

Three Elegant Trains Daily. the corporation.,

Seaboard! NaN York Lil\1lte i : & Co. Article 1 The amount In wins of the Daily Metropolis, lorf

[Seaboard Express Mail 10.00 a year or botJk.
Seaboard real estate la fee simple, or' nay leasehold ,

I estate which the corporation mayhold for six months foe.

Modern, Pullman EqUiPment.l Livery reed, and Sale Stable subject always to tile approval ,. -OO.

of the Circuit Judge, shan not be overthe
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ilj line operating$ : daily through froio I J. F. OUVE
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Jacksonville to New Orleans.For 1 Good Comfortable; Carriages CHAS.E. A. HART H. QARTRSn Dally Metropolis.Times .

First class Teams, and i -

I Reliable J White Drivers. I i iMtMM STATE, OF FLORIDA SemLWeebly I

[ full information ;and lWper reaerratioi*., call on any agent of th I COUNTY OF DADE:

'Seaboard.jor write -. Oa this day persoaaUy appeared Mien *Lmon
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i 0. MciOHNELLS.C. ISL Gt .F.... ML J acomUle, Fit. i "Uli ms J J.f.V .rd. J. F. Olive, E. A. Hart and Can I $5.50 a year

ild' H. GarthsUe to me wen known M th
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| BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Art.VLLTtR [ stRecord t person* described In. and who sub .Weekly Metropolis and Semi

i -< .. their names Weekly Tim :Union both
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S L PATTERtOIfrt. aiaa_ aa aali. to fraaM la aaca. liMaa Rich .....1_.... ,.... the Miami Oun dub. and did severally
dal i r. .Mm Iooc', and Traaa *...la It.iw.id s.t..rr SIX.
r' pi. The Ponano
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a wiaauOtorallaiHa4t awi till i.Mash. ..._ and ... ..lallaalrlal ..... same purpose and use therein
Dade Abstraet c.. JactoMHI P1.... uai .OUQty( O. .. _. rat w J.. aw .anal aV Proprietor
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vtrautlTMa-favas rtMUa._....worth. M seventeenth day of March; A. D. 1104. -
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BUltDI.VG MIAMI.. FLA. A. MITCHELL toronj. geatiem.a

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