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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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I Vol. 1, No. 113. I i r- ci ::;, \.;;. .:=- MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL) 22. 1904. : IMhftl: '- Price 5Ccnts-]| ,


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GEORGIA( DISMISSES- HER CASE. IPASCONIAN r SOCIETY I, BRYAN WILL SPEAK.
AGAR
i DARN BANDITSPay COMPLETED
NUMEROUS t --I To Will Deliver Address on New York
j Ci)pper 'l lin">s at DucWtjomn Tome I
Terms.I I Platform In Chicago
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!tton. Al'rllTh.... United Lincoln. Neb. April 23.-Win. J.

PETITIONSCame Stale jSupnnn- Court today dismissed. : !) Penalty of Their Crimes on I Entertain Members and Numerous Bryan announces that he will deliver I I THE TICKET

a : address at the Princess
the case of the State of Georgia vs political I I

:.. the Slate of Tennessee and various Gallons< Toddy. i iViderneyer. I II Friends Last [Mght. Rink. In {Chicago; Saturday night on ,

I mining: companies ling business at ''I i The New York j Platform, the platform I -

Uucktovn In the l.Jtt..r State In the I referred to being! the one adopted by i .

,loritfnal bill complaint! ass made thateke I I the D morraul! recently Tb..re..1I1
i I All the CandidatesWho
Before City Council fume from the copper smelters Marx and Vas Ptee Faced A Number of telcrtstofl Papers Read aid be reserved seats for ministers end County

in newspaper men; otherwise seats will
much vegetation
destroying
Last Night.. i the were adjacent country across the State : Death Brakeb-Nelderneyer Was I Musical Sekctioas! Re.deredAi I i! be free Mr. Bryan says he will pay Have Qualified. .

line in Georgia and an Injunction was Carried to the Scaffold. i Decided Sweets. I the hall rent and all expenses. This

nought to prevent the continuance of i i..1Il be his declaration as to platform

.. r.- ,: ( the lase of tbe smelters. The dismissal I and a Presidential nadldSlte.

of the case was ordered upon mo- i -

CAPT. ROSS PROPOSESr tlon of counsel for the State of Georla Chicago. April 22.Compelled" to be Last night the member* of the Par TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

a ho. stated that a stipulation had carried to the scaffold 'Peter Nelder- I conlan Literary Society (or the !fifth New Haven Conn.. April XL-The i

II r i been entered Into with opposing counsel meier, the leader of the car barn ban- i time opened their doon and Invited a petition of the heirs of the late Henry

-I 1 i for the)! abatement of the objectionable dits, was hanged today at 10 o'clock. limited number of their friends to B. I I'.
Plant asking the balance of his estate ,
<< feature of the smelters, which Weak from his recent attempt at their meeting held at tie residence of Holds Last Meeting Until After tile
Certain LJn- amounting' to over $1C.SOO,000, be
test
from
r To Rock was found In the open beds or roast suicide the bandit failed to carry out I rM. Jackson thri High the courtesy I
\ ( transferred from Connecticut to the
his buast that he would de) before ,. Primary Election-leaves the
Work. heaps. of ) Jacksoa. /
Improved Streets for Jetty : Jurisdiction of New York court, has
reaching the scaffold The, banging About thirty guests i were present .
been granted by Probate Judge Cleave-
REACH Printing of Ballots and Otter
Rust Will be Granted UnderSigned LOSS 13,000,000.Toronto of his associates Marx and Harvey and after a season of social convene land.

1 April %%.-The estimated Van Dike, quickly followed his execution the president Dr. ;!Pasco called thesociety I Matters to the Chairman and :;

Agreement-Street Sweeper loss by lire here Tuesday night Is << to order. ,Hiss Marie 'Rush SMALLPOX IN MEXICO. r'.. .

I Ordered-; Prof. Hail Asks For growing The insurance experts place Although it was expected that Neld-I called the roll and|, each member responded Mexico City. April 22.-Tbe superior Secretary to Look After aid Kate ,

the loss thirteen million dollars. ermeler would be able to walk to the
at with a quotation.! An ;Interesting Board of Health gives advices from I i.I i.

a Raise li [Salary. I, The Insurance companies will loose gallows It was found at the last mo- program' followed.Mr. I Torreroa regarding the smallpox. Distributed.

approximately $1.900.000. ment that he was too weak Straps W. W. Heath gave words of There are 101 patients la the hospitalThe ,I
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1 I were placed about his legs and the welcome to the guests la a RW time!) larger portion of the sick are on ,

1- FIRE AT ROME. GA. I prisoner placed on a truck and wheeled remarks. t the way to recovery. Vaccination con I

RMr members'of' the city council attended I' Rome. Ga.. April %%.-The department to the lower room. He was then A vocal j quartette was beautifully tinues. A house-to-house sanitary inspection The Democratic executive committee -J'

store of Henry Tjnham was carried to the scaffold and placed In rendered by Misses Rush and KcJb goes oa at Vera Crux. The met la the city hall la Miami Thursday | j..,(

the regular meeting last alPLne burned early today The loss on the a chair over the trap. The rope was and the Messrs. Hall singers of whom domestic water service supply Is being afternoon at 1.JO o'clock. The BM tIng i

,. were: President Reniy, &IIG stock and bnildag will reach $50.000. quickly adjusted about his neck and any town might wen be proud. disinfected. 'I was caned to order by the chairman '

with $34.000 Insurance. the trap sprung. Mrs. Eaton: ague } recitation oa Old W. A. Filer and tb4 roll call

VUand His shot through the air and showed the following members peer I
body
: Maids which was received with laughter teat ..

ahort aad! after the preliminary routine WANTS TO BORROWRussia for twenty minutes moved convulsively. and a pl_ : CATHOLIC SCHOOL : i|I. ,

the His neck was broken. During Mr. M. F. Hethedngton read aa HAT ; C. W McPherson Geo. W. Potter (by I I -
and approving
of reading the reading of the Death Warrant on "Nature sad the NavoL" He 1 proxy), J. S. Sandy (by proxy). E. T. ,

minutes of the last regular meelng I Neldenneler angrily snatched the paper i Is always Interesting and his paper King 3. P. Bull. W. A. Filer. S. L.atterspn. ;;.
board got down to the buali I ess I t.:
the from the sheriff and thrust It in j was full of suggestire thoughts. -> J. F. Burteshaw. and E. H.
It. I Successful Social Held at the Sea I
before I Seeks Immense Loan and his pocket. He made angry remarksand Mrs Godmaa read How the Bustard 1 Klrkman. i
of six dtUens ind an I.
Upon petition I
again repeated them on the way Taught the Terrapin to Fly." Carlos Last A pe jtlon from a number of voters a
ordered hat Night
it
was
JII'OPftt.1.owaers' I Mew Warships to the -scaffold.i ; She gave the negra dialect to perfection at Stui rt was read asking that C. W.
!'be -
electric lights placed at thejlnjterect i I i Marx, : was led to the gallows soon i McPheiwn be appointed a member of

!#as of Third. Fourth and1, Fifth I 3 after 11 o'clock. His courage never Messrs, Pasco aad Watts 'gave the the ex "cutive committee In place of
and the Boulevard, the Streets I
Streets Ij I failed him. He made no statementHe Quarrel Scene between Brutus and Car Mr M. R. Johns resigned. The petition -
.and Improvement, Committee bating j For tile fve *f Raisteg lads \. :
to act. This committee(was Money from Franc ut Skips fro. Greece was accompanied by two Priests rln from SlIake pn's Julius Caesar, wfis granted! and Mr. Me Pherson 't-..

fun power I of the Catholic Church of which he seeming very Bae la earnest u they i, AssIst II Erecri i SId. _tthdf took his seat u a memvber. The minutes i
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also Instructed to have light ae.a .ftJArjr.ttolfp.llc-WlltJ_ had...become_.. _bet.;;JEfejrM dead I haadle:wwHa.tJf rUe1ngth| asrilence of the last neelng were read and .
..........,aft3isv Street and the r 'Omer duadred Dolers 1ed1t4. approved
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I 6et die liter. MYeD'.t by a hearty hand-shake at the i .
north I
JBoaWard moved to tile corner
Van Dike hanged after A letter from John Harp was read ,
1 was shortly close la token of their reconciliation.The .
.''of the tIIonMacllt.m: i
A communication same : signed by 'Tj: N.Gautler he likewise made ao statement I Pascoalan Journal.was read b> asking that his name be stricken from i

the editress, Mrs. Roland Kotb. who the list of candidates for county committeemea. e
"supervisor of the Miami Public WIFE: MURDERER SHOT. The ladles of the Catholic congregation -
/ and Paria. April %%.-Aa European economist seemed to be per'-ctly at home la this .
School, was eeetved action on gave last night at the San Carlos
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field of effort.Questions D. C. Brown requested bv letter also
the same refem 1 to the Finance Com says that Russia Is negotiating For His Horrible Crime at Salt Lake 'lotel one of the most delightful aad
for dlMr'buted al{ a previous that his name be stricken and oe motion '
mittee, they to outer with the School. with the principal bank of France City Today successful socials ever given la this

Board. "|The con munlcaUon.. tats that a loan of 150000.000 at five per cent Salt Lake City, April I*.Frank meeting were then answered. Tht i city People from all denominations both names were stricken.'
Bible was the field whence they were' motion was made and earned that
be
Prof es-jr \V. W Hall >principal of I"., Four year treasury bonds are to Rose, the wife ;murder was shot to attended Irrespectively ana contributed t'A t'-
of candidates t
the time of qualiflcation
U taken and much useful and valuable
statement
,XIalDl Iehool. not remain bete placed at M cents. The death at the State peoitntiary here I largely to the enjoyment of the ,
Information was given to the audienceon Is now cloned.
I alesa his .Uld raised from $800 not' verifletL today. Death... lnstanUi-..i four evening and the remunerative results.
a rmety of subjects ranging from A motion was made and carried that .;;
:to fLOOt per 7 ] The petition then bullets lodging Bear the heart. His The social was arranged for the purpose
wife I the chairman and secretary be author-
NEGOTIATING, FOR WARSHIPS. Ca'n's! to the DeviL
r... forth Professor Hall's quallflra crime was particularly atrocious of assisting In raising funds for
Paris April %Information has Miss Rash closed the program with lied to do all things secexsary toward 141
boas and comments upon the hlfi; Rose claimed his wife was consorting the erection of a convent! and school
I reached here that Russia Is negotiatingwith that ever beautiful song from Longfellow seeing that the ballots are printed aad
order to which he. has brought the with another man and snot her la Miami. The project; has been under -
Greece and Argentine for the par- "The Day 1s Done. .which sae distributed Aim that same persons &!
school since being Its principal aide while she was lying In bed Christmasday. contemplation! somf time, but Itwas
chase of warships. aad the Indicationsare sang with ,ninch feeling, and this terminated see to procuring poll sad registrationlists ,
.r the desire of the. putUe that It* berstalned. He talked to her until she died. not until last Dllht'th.t an Initiative
that the negotiations with the for- an evening of] unalloyed pleasure for use on the daY of election.
and then left a two-year-old child lying step wash| taken. Tne result wsexceedingly 1
mer country will be successful. Those to all who were present The list of candidates qualified wereread
A commnnkatlon was received from In the bed with; Its dead mother gyatifytng'and the fund
with Argentine hinge largely upon the The Pasconlans are to be cnngr- the only' new ones la addition
the residents of cither tide of Fourteenth and soaked with her blood. He re- started with the sum of $12500, the "'"
price to be paid. nlated on their effort i to establish a the list found elsewhere In this paper
Street between Avaoues D and furned to the house four times the proceeds derived from the social.
literary center la Mil ml. There artalways I being as follow! ;
c.. requesting that the street be properly .NEW CHWANO BOMBARDED. next day and fed the child, climbing The affair consisted of a Jack Horner ,
people In every! communitywho For Members Board of Public lantmc-
ended so that the watr will be York 22.-A World dispatch over the corpse to reach It He afterwards pie parlous delicious refreshments '
New April
believe that Got has given | us lion, First District .t
carried off Instead, of backing up from st. Petersburg It ill surrendered to the police. several cake raffles, etc. The Isis.
says brains, and to these all literary work | I' W L. WIDEMETER
against the curbing and overflowingthe reported the Japanese have bombarded promottng! the ...K.U( were ...t.b..'-.*-
TTh REPORT UNCONFIRMED. Is a delight | For Members Board of Public Instruction -
ewalks I. New Chwaag.. and that they have tlc la their efforts! to make It a success J
While making no pretentious to high Second District,
SL Petersburg. April 22.-Tbe Associated
matter referred to the and how well
was j! landed troops which will probably endeavor that' succeeded i*
literary cnltarthe are E. W. J. PARRISH.
statementthat
Press authorizes the
Street Committee with power to act to effect a Junction with the I attested! by the large patronage ani
For Members Board of Public Instruction.
out trier It
reaching from their -
government received .
The R. a Ross: Contracting Co., of supposed to have laaded Bear the the has no land the splendid sum ...Ized. It Is the
efforts last nfrht tII. show that they Third District
booth confirmation of the alleged bombardment -
Jacksonville petitioned the council for of the Tale river three days 1 Intention of the congregation to f'*'*
the road W. M. BURDINE.
of New Chwang of the landing are on to sue en.Paxconlans ;
or
rlrUege, to remote certain stone from ago. The story Is unconfirmed. work oa the convent during the PKSen i
x. For Member County Executive C.ona.mlttee *
the streets of the :1t). The petition Vas I of Japanese troops. la that vicinity. summer and have It eomplHe! or
t for First District ,
follows: I IBetng NEW YORK'S NEW SUBWAY.New In a condition to "'>. Ct'f'D"J .? -. .-
j I THINKS DOUGHERTY WILL WIN. HEARST MEN R-=COGSIZED.ADd I C. W. MsPHERSON.For .
about to jeommence the train- Tort April 22.-Work will be hence. The congregation owns, the .
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Member
County Executive Com
IDa wan la BUcayse Bay for the ,improvement started on a new rapid transit esbwaybefore Cbaa. Dougherty, candidate for Congressman land upon which its proposed to er>ct J
Given Fair
I Representation In the mittee for Second District
of jour harbor, and being the cad of the year. A committee from this district Is making Massachusetts Convention. the structure, hence all that will heateeery F. M. POWELL.- ;1)

desirous of obtaining stone for said of the rapid transit eommJsstou : a strong race., and, with his old time to build the convent Is ..Tn For Member County Executive Committee .

wall I would respectfully ask that1 has decided to'report aext week favoring -i methods and the backing of the friends Boston. April %%.Before the Democratic dent funds for the construction, and for Third District ]

be allowed permission to blast out oer- the new subway sad incorporating this the promotors feet certain
be
of lone ago be Is going "surprise! the 8U. convention to elect delegates can CEO W. POTTER.For .

tala Streets, that yon nay lee fit to their views of the proper route It' natives." as the expression goes. 'Ito fIe national convention assembled raised without dUlieult). Member County Executive Committee 1

designate, to the required grade to be should take. Mr. E. T. King of Fort Laaderdale. toJay there were Indicationsof The ladles In charge of the social for Fourth District

established by the city engineer. who Is aa enthusiastic supporter of greater rsrmony a the convention were as follows: R. H. ROSSEAU. {
STERNBURO WILL SPEAK AT
"'Tb. streets referred to are embodied VON 8CWANEK.Washlagtoa. Dougherty says that be Is a sure win than the leaders had expected early lathe Managing Committee-Mrs. C. A. fbr Member County Executive Coin3

|a the property of the Fort Graves Mrs. O. A. Mutter and
ner. Mr. King has been up and down day. Mrs. M. mittee for Fifth District I
April IS.-Baroa TOO
\ Ballas Land Co... and the Brwkell Stenbun. the German Ambassador;i the line considerably and Is quite well The State committee went In session Shanaahaa J. 8. SUNDAY.For s

Biwperty.Trustlng. posted as to. the situation along the early this morning and a spiritwas Refreshment Table-McedamesBurca. Member County Execullve
th of the Committee 1
has accepted lavftatfoa
| you can grant this permis- I I East Coast manifested by the supporters nfOtaey' Wlgiatoa, and Pay and Misses for Sixth District.W. .
University of the South at Sewaaee.Tcna .
don, which will be to our mutual ben- There are. many dividing causes la to give the Hearst men what Kelley Bennett Nlpgea. and Xlmaalea. W. 8NELL. .t
to make the commencement address -
elt.. I reaafa. 'I this county and naturally the vote they termed fair recognition In the I For Member. County Executive Committee
oa June U. The Ambassador
Tours very respectfully.' win be quit considerably cat ap between convention. < rest Importance Is at- Candy .
I IK't Display-Misses Dawsoa and for Seventh District
will be tile guest of the university. I 1
.. a Ite -. the various candidates for congress tached to the declstosj of the committee Welsh. B. T. KINO.
will thoroughly Inspect the tnstittboa. -
Per 0. W. ParkhlUV the Ambassador also has eoa-i I as for an the other offices. to waive the unit rule for tae State Mrs. 0-.,.. sssisted by Misses Marlon For Member'County; Executive Com- s
sodas of Mr. Hahn sad MOo delegation OB the contention of the .
seated to take part to Ue eommsncewt and Hester Dewey and Sadie Ne- alUM for Eighth District
.wtdad lIT Mr. Wharton the Betide STRAWBERRY SEASON OVER. Hearst faction that the clause 1a the lan. bad charge of the Jack OK P. BULL .
Morass
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.' day PI'"' r to.. most Impressive
I pasted subject to peetteatloahe Lawtey, Apr* XL-After aa unusually eooreutiosi call by which the .
part of th* B.waas. ...... eoavea- .... For Member County Executive Coss- .J
: prepared y the city eaglseerI long and, suiisssful! strawberry season Uoa would hare the right to controlthe BUtte for MaCk .!.
District
a ....... to h. entered into by atUlrd the commission men are leaving' actions of th* delegates elected lathe I .8. L.

Ik* said. B. a ROM Coms s7 ...4' t.. per csat discount. Is aU for North Carolina. 'The. strop:.tkls : various congressional. districts I PAYMENT FOR MRS. ]LONOIfIm For MMBbsr County PATTERSON beosirva Cosiaritte .t

Otjjrjpoa"' .IDaaL the cost --j ..Jm IMJ a, 9- :*?- .
k. avUiac KM* year,IBM ercaeded AJrtTk- '
previous .
I....J _... 1..0;:::;. every one tltashl. itee. tor Bard far Teeth District r
r- ... na( rr-. COB saottosj It.vac AscMei. th -Tonics_, sa'rsMrda.:; ..If K .ks4'B sit The :mecal' alarm was :ordered hat latradsjesd aa.imsnilsjinl to th'asnl .1. ... BD TESRA.... 'J

tka > aaitairWlMhJagtoa Itr+ et.t .Cyr.,.,' dy)vrcaas4 esi''ssT'taeaa. :.. .:,.. been. fur a'........: ta vamUs. twenty .trichs.'emt ee.th*areas' .thafK had : ..TII.tm. rovMlBC forncpseat For MemberCousty Cxsctdlca Cess-' .

prices as ..tWr'ftll".C id that lilt woe!. -ttofci .otV.oastderaUoa .. tloered err bees'' -
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luifly I J sBBHsWM Bls nW wOVtV Dive irregularly laserM. TW Otaey)< 16s of fUSTte: Mrs. Lon*. alUM far. ED..eah. Ml 'rh1 ..

:aaehlnfr.i' !. sr% R- t can be t.egh6' '. +asetlero.aesdatfiir.'DMas j f Bis* 'a&lvpW. ;fresa:SOT aloae.' ThBlaatB as .iaaf.wi Medea at the pros :street=.TIIe hat..r*.. Is wi-r.. Mrs:: r }.. ...- .' Lt.I.

tw fle.4ed.at. ,Mpin.Aeelt7sigh ; frtstir' :etgsa for ara atHT ftfTorkstriai.. and peet of their coatrefflar the coareaHorn. tangstraat a Mrt ft the salary fit Oeav .. :

{In. petals aenw sad Ill asjeT ftoUoa the ..stia. ; saJ>ptacJt; #heILo..we.-1I1II ear. cUada..tkat. t least fM of theM eral Loagstreet asJUHr Coamhv for.. Member County Executive CO'Coadaned

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flJtHE2AL n.:TIE or DIRECTORY fCI1s.g'g'u..esa. I f AbMpdsetky.I II R. J. C. Lummus KID& H., J.1IAshby S.: iS SAMPLE 8 BALLOT FOR THE PRIMARY 1 For county GEORGE Commltteeman W. PARKS. CURES COUGHS_AND COLDS.

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-'.t ta...-il.Co Cra.'I. ''L 'I BIb.-D. W )1. Leffler Co D. : t : I W. I. METCALF. Mr*. C. Peterson US Lake .

Ty..wr-w....p&nIWC.". r.urt.A'.e.w.y4J.eralJ. ..C...... t:, j Bush F C McDonald J. A.Burdine. 1 -I, W. H. ROSSEAU. .. .

H. Ohlllrli' W. N. Mayuarll. W. e.Byington. I T. J. HAYGOOD peka. Know Ian: "Of all th* cough
-_ .. rublic t..trUCUUUr.l..er 1t Partial List of the Candidates I r .
Merritt. Z. T.Brad.E. '
= E. T. k A. CRAWFORD. L L HARDT.remedl. Ball, '. Horehouad r,
W AtrtraJtun- I.Yeua.Ay.t..obe.et.iJC. t I Byrd
....., I. Muller G. JOHN MULLIKIN.JOHN .
IL 1' to be Voted For in This CJ O. CODRINGTO I I. my favorit It bas
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bud el Tr._ Utrrul 1ay.ro..toesP.MTb.4.rrr.sr Bailey. B. 3f. .* H. 'I HARP. and WIll
.to.ptrulle.. TmumAturacji I W. A. HOCKER. JR.
UVMT), .... C --et ol A,rtarr Budge H. C. Mone. Fred 8.BroaalerJ I County at the Primary JOHN M. BRTAN. \ A. FILER. d'Y. I for It-to ipeedJly i _
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T. V.
Buuj j __. Hrei G. D. Moore. I C. D. LEFFLER. '
uLto.-T1. GuY
f Kds cur all cough
I J. D. CLAL'GH.JOHN I and colds
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lacy X BUM. AUvrury-GMMiral. Tns.unr aatc DurdlDe. J.)1. MdoDald W. IL I Election. -and It toao .
W. J.
w.rd.t OTlBlrBd ssaie BI of. .I..pus... .Mnrttu+s.-Ta. *d.. erear.ev Backus F. W. KcKlnDOII Q. ,A.Bl I I A. HENDERSON.W. D. C. BROWN.SHONE. sweet aid pleasant to the tat.- j
rsry ci_Tre....,.... AIWc.ey Gene'a Nelaon. Edwin I E. ANDERSON. \
.t4.a-Lug t U Agne.Uur. kmaa. E. V. J. W. ADAMS. C W. HILL. JtSc I Me. |l.oo bottle. bold hy Red
1.ss.bud.1 rna I Peek R. J. .J
i.Ms.I U Y.Mlti Ch lle W. IL
a"'floe.-11e UoteTU ? CUT L METCALF. G. W. SULLIVAN. J jCros* Pharmacy.
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... Co r. Prout.
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airs..rite ..e.erol and sue'
,,.._... For the Information of the Demo | _
4 .a..,, 'r" CII t J. IL Pattenon. 8. LConrad. ; |J. N. WHITNER.
_State c..M L B. .... am. cratlc T en of the county a sample For Best Meats
i J. A. FuT1ah. Allan R. JOHN Q. SMITH. and Choicest Poultry
&[ E.COl'BTJI'tXJIH! roelaDd. J. G. ea a. w. ballot Ii printed below containing anartlal I | G. P. ,HE ALTA .f

s.r: .Ttjrtor.:Chief JuMfe.. ._ rH I Cl-k P. c. R: C. JDrake list of the candidate to be vote C. BLOUNT. JR., I -> GO TO _> .

f..BXlaiur A..ors. JimlCT., I B. ed for at the coming primary. ti. H. McCREART. I i
H.Hanry.Ass-class Oastoa 1r
..lIIaC 11M .Late ._. will be other name to add at C. H. Raulerson
t..desUuas
There '
.r Muer.. ..CMVtJadcn. .avoid ke.. -, Douglas, E. B. Rush .D. W. B. E. N. DIMICK.H. & Co's. J
.. s the does not expire nntU April .
u TsU.M.sre. Don, J. K RumplL, Edw.Erwt time W. LONG. '

1.A s1tATUasj l, W. W. Rau1erlta. c.. H.Eklo. list In which candidate mar qualify 10th street; and .

..."...... r!r..III.'......".., -n4 ., Dr. G. Rumph Geo.rrlssu and hare their name pat on the ballot. For Member National CommitteeJ. -r I .Ave.: D. .
.... ........ .. Ilaixy Ps.roolaU. G. c. Baird. I. B. The ballot when printed for use at B.
BROWNE.
.LwrGntMSttfl, I f'laaacaa. R. 8. 8..11 11. 0. he lection will b* more than twice a* C. GIBBONS They Carry a Fufl lIne ofFlorida .

aOeMIr I J. G. lone a* this one a* her are to be rules '
F-.darlck J. 8. dalUb7.
.bnIrt. the
Mautel <*
Pin
1 F. W. POPE. t
8...a II&..W..I..-... PaUika.tM .. .. ..,, .....-- I ........ I. I. 8ulmer. G F.Gertack. between each nan and blank ;line I and Western Meats.

..psilIAILBU .c:..... A. P. Smith. Julius on which to writ other names.Voter' I 1 They established the business '
f Judge of Circuit Court-SeTcntl meal here in ;J
a DOOMYISSI(4W. I QlrtJDu. Jam. StOllan. r. B. can begin practicing on marking FOr April. 1896.Wilson's .

ureen \oaI1Ih. C u. R. 81Ilaer..I.. E. a cross mark (X) before the name Circuits -
Jog B. Key .... o.lf.M.=: MINOR 8. JONES.
L L -..Utito klnr.mm I GantJ. T. N. Bh&Dahu. )(. I of be candidate for which they will I 1'f
".L..II_ I
Jsap 8. Be"an. Job wish to vote.
L Co D........_ C..... -
......- ..<.. a (b. Brrd a Garthrid. C H. Seymour. R. H. For State Attorney-SeTenth ClretIltCI'CIL I
.. J I i ioaxs
Gramling. J. C. .*.-t.u.. J- P. O. BUTT. Novelty ,

0. a.i OUW'OUL I IIt f GaHatt P. \ Shaw H. B.Oantler. For United 'State SenatorWILKINSON JOHN C. JONES.

;.k* .. rtllr .Ma1. R. B. Taylor. R. R. I CALL. : ; ;

; -! .UA1'II& Dr. pimicr I I Grifflag. A. M. Tnrnag. J. L WILLIAM JENNINGS. For State Senator-Uth: Dlstrict- Ja now ta operation Bad ready to re.Celve J J

.r I ,Eabrdsg 1..aN Dud COBBIM.I) Glrtman. W. H. 'Tafnm. B. B. I J. N. C STOCKTON. M. S. SAMS. j order ,.4

... L 11'Dlmtek.' Bosch.DADBtovpTT I Hay.. J. H. Tatam. J. H. I JAMES P. TALIAFERRO. F. M. Hl'DSON.1 FOR ANTTHIXO IN
I Hill. L. K. I I WOOD NOVELTIES. .i

... aD'laltl&T.&TlY& Hater.I. G. W ataoay C H. I For Representative in Congre-See U.e Window and door crens.. window
For LegislatureGRAHAM -
6u bas .. It .. Doha f. Hill William Whorton. F. H. ood Congressional DiatrictJ. and, dor frame, store >extara. stair 1
W. KING.
A DADS I OCTTT OFFICIES. Hetherlngtoo. )I. r.- WhIte. E. L. I E. ALEXANDER.! BENJAMIN BUTTON. work Inside trimming. of all Had :

era: Gusty J d e4Ane8'.Hey-r.Jlla" U. He,"". A. E. Wall. T. A. I J. )I. BARRS.I R. S. WILSON

: flak it at.r..r-J Vtnm C l.a\-: Hall. W. W. Whaler. H. T. I FRANK CLARK. .
For Clerk of Circuit Court CONTRACTOR .
-B.O. DMrtMTB.CooaMM wu J AND BUILDER.
I O. A. I
Haha. r. W. Worley. L
__-..... ,roheck.BttaaL CHARLES DOUGHERTY. E. C. DEARBORN.

C.n.a1.e d Tah.-Tait.. aUroM. (- I I Hughes W. D. WI... J. L Ii W. P. WATSON. J. 8. FREDERICK.Z. "...*. LID sracincATiomuAre
J. F.
Racier J. W. Woodworta.
*"
212.f Tase.-B. .Sa Maul t! I --
0.Blq.r.ter. ... Jots. )I. E. Wilson. R. 8.KoIb T. MERRITT. I
c-My asl eI hlllie Istrsr I A. J. X1maaJ.. C. L. '.., .'tuUc* of Sa"ru. Cevirt--Sli R. M. SMITH. You;; Going '

...-. ..T.. M OMaty TlU.BM C..alMo.ir.-Oss.>eaaTMa.f : W -- ii j Tears i to Build' ? '

.a. s.d\. W_ hi. I r.C A DANDT FOR BURNS. For Sheriff _
R. F. TAYLOR.
.. JI T UoMt'. .l.... .. L ...- ; .
... A. .. .PiMoud I JOHN FROHOCK.J. .
.u. .leal: If
if
Cst ..... N so, or need building material of
: L O D..rbeni a.q Dr. Bergia. Elgin m.. write: 1 R. ABRAMS. you any
..
.... .
J For Justice of Supreme Court (Vote kind you should not fail to
hare used Ballard* Snow Ltalment: see
JOHN R. ONEAL.
. OKCCIT ooonr nr ttrErraj:, JCDICIAICUCOTT. for three) .-
alwky. recommended It to my friend i J. M. WILLIAMS.

.. (Bakeaetas'to *sal etker eattei4CUveM a* t am confldent there Is M Better R. 8. COCKRELL. ,

.' .....>ass* JeMb ii-m. i T. M. $ .
r>tn..U AtMnMy-J. D. M....OrlsaeeCWr mad*. 'It Is dandy for bum Those For County Treasurer J.iMcDonaid&Co.
**t(*.rtC DMrtarmliua.rM who''lire oa farm are eanedally Uabl* J. B.; WHITFIELD, \ C. H. RlULERSON. j
PaD Tara" / II C-rt-*.--fweina I
Meech,.-"' MoWM la _.**aib.r. to III&IIY'Accidental casts burn, brnlM. I BEN H. DO3TER. -
Sees Tee... frog M..MV *Mrreater ?...U al Ballard'. For Governor,- 1 l ,
la Ascll which h<' rapidly when I
i.; ,
,DADI;: comrrt COUITt.sty I Snow LI imeat Is applied; It should N,B. BROW ARD, For Tax Collector DciIenlDl 111...,.. lat.. .. 8.'.._ _MI-...CuI.... Brick,u.. j 3

J.d.e ""II.B.-.L I always b kept la the louse for casesof Co ;x. BROWN. I I W. E. NORTON. C. s..t. ....ter. flair Eta .

ra..etw .AL.r..T-J.f......,., 1t u.b. *merg< ncy." Me. gal. "f LOO bottle. 1 R.! W. DAVIS. Ystds asd Ones.A_..D...IQ..... t
winter Ter. 71r15 Masy\ar ......" I a a McLENDON. A
1 .
.. ... __, D H.MATS.For ---- -- ------ ------, -
--" AML : For: sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. I W. G. DEBERRT. ---- :.
\a;I.e,. I
riser ts.-Pu N Nasdsy
,. 7.11 Ter.-Meet M.Mq \a OrssB.r.l t dw 1 CHARLES PEACOCK. POWERS' '
Serretara of BtaUhJ. MEAT; MARKET f I
4 p.* LBJTD OVFICLbAI1IB1ViLf.L I T. N. GALTIER.Fof .
We an erstand that Cat Gallllaiaa E. BRO "K. I
.,L a....., ....- -I I
..,......-.-a- -. president of the East Florida Seminary H. Ct CRAWFORD.

: .cslrtB DIKKCTO1#. -1'1-- his connection with that 1 1iUtutlon B. F. KIRK' County csa Asaeasor 0. BUTLER.of Taxes Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork :

at i the close of the prewitufm i Sausage Hams Poultry etc. *
roasthwekm. CEO. MCDONALD. t.
: I McBe h Far Attorney General-= j toe ATCIVK., I .
and that Mr. Tom F. '
dark. I. FUMUBtA
ourd Saw ails. BapUst Ve. MIAMI
${ :: C. I IL XIMANIES.Foi I '
; *
,,. will ; ;
yyp 0.1. M :arrat fl'r.erU.g.- be an applicant for the ponlUci. W. H. ELLIS. 1'

' wad..d. y.Idd. W.si&oM.An.a'.e..dWlylaBro. ..,.........r.r Mr. McBeath I. one of the moet alraWed A.: ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS. f "

L.. eduratora la Florida, ha tie I I I Prosecuting Attorney r
a.5.s-mars ...flat...... I { i H.:F. ATKINSON
C w
.s.myMli* ,.&1 ......; ......* )s ..... reputation< of being a splendid dlacl-I; For Comptroller I JAMES T. SANDERS. LARGEST STOCK !
f "-111..11...: Bvverts MCUT w.cast s ,I pllqariaa and I* la every way quailS E- A.: Co CRoo(.
a pe.ek5g a41,M F.a.C._ rl'l.1O;: I If i ROBT. R. TATLOR.
to perform the duties of this offlre j jbe

...'I'II.CII....... Vets,, AWBB* C a.- J llti i irtMcalieBllle'e I will keep: this Seminary,abreast For State Treasurer'-=' I I I I Fancy Groceries, FRUITS .
4 I t
-- : > k a. w 11II.. For County Judge
l'1 srtnil ... ..,: fnarhnw al |ja> p BL I blither nstitntloo of leatalng In W, V. KNOTT., |I A. E. HETSER.t Buy Grain reed ud FertiJinrs.rReSH VEGETABLES _,
." tp stU LMSV P1sy ..i _WPU I the State. ;We hop that the board I

'br :nute.* trill s.. ''proper to confer For State Superintendent I of Public In- I 1 H. a 8AUNDERS. Jr. 4,... I '

Ii'I: kbi 1 honor pon him.-Ocala Banner.MAKES 1ItnIetIOD-+ Yachting Trade a pecialty
i rof Justice of the Peace Tenth District ;1
, I W. H. HOLLOW A T.

rb riHB.ii Bveat.e Pr.y.r 1..: Ween*. A CLEAN SWEEP. 'W. N. 8HEAT8. : j p LBrad ,,
. c aeiiBBlB* IJBHotT ga usrla.. e,.. 1 W S. R'U. '
7! ..ss.da7.k.: Fret ... third...;;.aNwle I ---- y

'. -,s.w bust r..sin..r.-w.4 sad B.'prluia7 P's.rta c..o.j .... ,; T ere'. nothing like Solng a thing:, I For Cotnmlnalooera of "llgricultare- i J. c.'. I'IGRAMUNG.For 1: I uu. .

i. tIt ... tho oughly. Of all th* fi lives you evei' E. McUN. G-R.OCElR.S.
k m( Ae Justice
-.* P f-1a.lll !ihea d of. B1Ickl..'. Ainlca Salve IIi t I'' :Phone
.... .. a ). a4.
i- .. "'' .r. Sf, nd HENRY BURKHARDT. _
Paso. tile best It sweeps avay and enmbur For Railroad Commlsskxie*
Ccr.
i.1r. i
t. tit !
.}t ...,.-....Siispre Buncvv. rats is. sores, bruise, cuts, boils, ulcer B1) L. MORGAN. Coaltabl..t : a EA3. D tend T vv elfth St.FrTEDK. .

_' .. r.osry's.5..d... a''.. sad fII"Hnoof I J I skin eruption and pile Its Four,,
"I 1-B-.enn$ -"., G. 8. j CHANDLER.Supervisor .
MIAMI HOARD OP TRADtPreBtdeBt. ool; 12Sc, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. For AdJutant-Oenerat--i I i S. MORSE]

..{ By all drnggteta. J. t:. R.ALLEN. I;. / of Rectatratloa- I
I
! Wmiam M. Brew.. d THOMAS.
.,. rtm rkrr -v ..t. '1': T. Meor. I J. CL BURTESHAW. ,I IK.

.*..... Tke PrBBMeaC' J. 1[ LB..... j W. GOODE. 1! I :
Senator Tallaferro I far thstroi
by REAL ESTATE
} emtvy. K.,V. BUchnaa.Treaaurar. For Sttte Chemist |1
pit candidate before the people I
, B. B. Tats; I! R., II:. ROSE. Pipit. :
: Based ., rkra.r.- M. ....... toda; for the;8ei ate HI record after I IJ Pots County Superintendent of I II i

' T V. Meera. i. a> ........ A. Bj tter- beinr assailed In every way possible J Eleeton-s I I Instruction I
For Presidential OI'tra UI' .tan C..,. Ate. C a.. 1J th tI \&.
-.IL B. R P. Wj W. W.Pr.Y a E. HALL. I
11q. Haha.. by h s opponent! stand out ....ecratebed .
; :. 1.... SevSLp ; H. B. BAILET. < JAMES
C. HARRIS.
wid 1IJItarai eeL'HIs attenOoa to ; Miami Dade Co. Florida.
TAKDINO COMMITTEE I T.JA.. JENNINGS I ,
: LAW -Aa .< W. R : Patters**. B.] L.: hi.* jutle. la CcDgreas when his i op- f R C. KOONCB E. a KING.

r Mtv4Ya TUaM T.J WvfW*>*Jris R.{|IH.: poAenu were eai Taeilng In their own I A j B.
NEWTON.
!l w.+-.. O. A.IBfUiXlK.V behalf showed hi i unwavering fldellty j
For
County CommisslonesJ'fsf
f .n.-. B. Mi Beta| F, F. B. STONEMAN.
f W:Hake r. w.a B.aw. *f*v 1*; TT'fQaBTVCK* Wh, and I Interest for the welfare .of his District I. ;
. eodstltueats. There I* not a ...-.I For Delente*j at Lerge.Natloaal Coa.J F. C AICHER. ----f' F .w flAils;

MKALTH ANDl' AMITART-JaeMoa. able doubt tl at the people hare real- ve.tfo.T. .- M. a JOHNS. k
J. BL Jr.; Fraud i W. w.; Balo: UU- 1'' he 8< iator"s devotion to the ] r :- w a g

.f. ...*..: Phtmacm. L ... Ktec. H. M.I to' : J. APPLETARD. .-/ ...
Inter all time -
t at during hiisput iT Tiltvet axxxdl Xhilldatx
j} RIVERS AND HARD! -Oar"..bads.II .. I WJ J. HILLMAN. For County Commissioner-8eco.d
tt OM.k : ....., Edt* C.: TatiiBLI : term In nogreas.; nod for this anJwWrlng CLAUDE LENGLE.AL District 1I 1 I aow hart la my employ OM otta

I 9.: sjasaahaa M. dui alone they are justlnedhim. 3 beat draftsman la tile South sad am
i RAILROAIM AND FItKIOina-| "re-electlni Stacy P. JORDAIf. OEO W. LAINHART. better..
la -Florida prepared than ever for farnW.
r OnOy..K. U: tads,. C 0.1 Lawama. : JOHN 8. BEARD. E. H. DIMICK.

r ...&:-...... Wa W.. .-- ....... 14 XCliAJtrrratBrtacteau 8ALLARD8ImeetHately HOREHOUND 8TRCP. i T. E.: BRTAN. I lag pla..d detail for good band
bi- K. T.I Cheat.IMIBV lags, fla* cabinet work eta.
W. J. BRYAN
} J. H.I Dsaa a. B>I 1 hxk Oaatlarj T. relieves hoars*, Croupy I, d For County CGelmlloMr'Dlrf I am new headquarter* for taraed'

XJ ,.---. G UP. 1 cough.op seed. rttUlag.. raiplar t A. CARSON. I PMlkta : ': work, scrod aavinff lid m. work -

! .JCU1'I'I1IUC.-aa.ek... 8. t{.: and I difficult breathing. Hennf Cay CLEON 1 A. STEPHENS. E. MCDONALD.T. .
tally done la a ant elaa
_.: ..! Tatas J. ,Hi OrURnCiA. dn pualacaaOL
Stearns, [gist. Bhullabarg. '} &. A. WINFIELD.For Bead mi
. II :ow.. J. K. writ" r For Delecate* National ConveaUon your order for loot. a sad
May 101: 1 hare been
. PUBLIC BUtU>tNOa-H.w- W.: Second Coagreaslonal District window frame, ball....... brheksU.ete .
:. B.dp.. H.C. KeOty, JJ &} a evsO.J selling Ballai I'a Horehoaad Syrup for County lid b* convinced.
Cs.mk.lo.etFourth
i D. L GAULDEN. .
1 w: WWW. H-T. two years, an have never had prep-I i t
IUNtTPA"I'UJtDOIM c.: D. K. BATCHELOR.T. PlrtilctJOHN MIAMI.
arati'M that I gives bettentlsfa*- ; FLA -
Meare '1'.'"'., Meal t.,A 'na... B Uoau I aottei that when I sell a bottle |L ANDERSON. 8EWELL. .
Lost I B BIF I. DaBDOCAT10NALBurdb.1 A. LEE ALLEN.For .
I 1. J. E. T. BOWDEN.
W. 1L they com b* k for more. I eta honestly ,

Hall.{ w.."..: OiMHtar..........< B. : recomm *d ''It.. tie. lice f ." Kf'lDbe4 I

L.lslls A| I.. ..Has lb, J. O.S Marith.J : Sold by Red ( ros* Pharmacy. Fie at Large, State CoIa.Itj County Commluloner FIfth J. A. .RobbJnsa.'CO.: :

"a>. : ..... A. J, des j We--- Di>'t:iet- ; .
mKK3RATK (-Bla eli .I.S .. B. T. j (Vo;. for Thirteen.) .
S. .
.......P. ...Tune.. J. Hj Dank,; J. K. A. BELCHER Harnes : .a.nQ"
tl...... I-W. Mr. T. G.vtlle of Jacksoa- R.I B. OARNETT. E. O TWEEDELL. : Varriaga I

... .5AT.&IX1UC'1'.....-..... B. W.: expert LLat, has arrived W| W.. FARMER. ,

Bnara K. C: OanhaMa.. C. 8.; iBeUly. la 'the dtythoroughly i ndlutchlnsoa begun the work of1aifdltlag OKXX L. BAKU .Depo.d'to V. -.* .
,. ...... J.M.APVEBTIDIO.TM..m. : For Members Board of Public laatrnrtkm -
B.t the book of the) a MATHES. Quality is remembered after
& 8..1.! **..- I I long, prices
city officials a id going over all records,; D. Ii FLETCHER. ,
N.L.P..a1-BId >lea> B. 1 .. BlafkiaaiB. ELI SIMS. .
"..,'f.o.$.....'.....:DIL r. I for the past f( ar or ave'years. Before)k N. A,BUTCH. forgotten. .

.?pWfaJI JIlt <_.... a.b.rtag eoodiNtttig h'al i duties he will open K. B. RAULER8ON. .

.,. shMtr la d lire a.*. faOowKAaaax i { a row set of book that win b* e| W. M. MILTON, JR. For County Member State CommntrF. .QUality Makes the Barran.r ::

W.', L*.Js- J *tooa.i I. >}t, lr. rest Isrpro'' t oa the old sst- ). M, LAMAR F.' MORSE.F. .. .
** ..
.. & &A'..... to I Tropes *u.. tt. L. DODD a 8TONEMAN.. 4.us.lIthet.J .J ,L a .. Ssm rj sk,


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I a certificate of exemption f or tbe: two,'date for the offlo ., Clerk ef the ai- INSPECTORS APPOINTED.

cult court, sabjeet to the action ef till f

OFFIQIL CALL fOR PRIMARY ELECTIONRules year D..int thi part,. Primsry .l.ctloa IIaJ
PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. I*. lit Marion French, of Iowa, Burs Three

professions In order tol!be qualified to vote at the d J. 8. FREDERICK.FOR i Business Blocks.

primary election on May 10th of Jui. I -

anrj J Regulations to: Govern the Primary to be Held May "I7. 1904. poll taxes for 1903 aD4 UOS TAX COIXECTOR. I The meeting was called to order by
Chairman Filer In the city ball Miami.
mast be before t o'clock :P. I hereby announce myself a ean< -
1 on or
I I I and June 7th. 1904 in Dade County.A paid
0 10th date for the office of tax collector: of Fla- at IIS p. m. Hay 1L 1904.
M. Friday. April 21. 1JOt (tea day* before I .
: the action of The following member were present
Dad subject
I I I Ooonty.. to
I i ip&ttewCD. I the first primary election).
the : tbs coming Democratic primary.dw In person or by proxy': Messrs. a1,
forward
Democra' law; and shall at once
of the County
cSI r w s meeting
I Jones Potter. Lymaa. King Bun
T. N. GADTIER.
for Dade count; return to the Chairman of the Canal
REGISTRATION.
Executive NOTICE OF
U.eMiti pommlttee I Filer Burtoahaw. and Kirkmaa.Upon .
ATTORNEYS .T LAVA MIami. Ftork EzecntiT Committee.
Florida was held at Notice I* hereby given that tilt Reiistration FOR STATED ATTORNET. i ) motion Mr. Bull wa elected
.
The assessment to be paid by t1 ,
ww........taw Bust sat rrsiIswtal on the 11th day of April. A.D.. 1104.< I Boob of Dade County, for acting secretary.The .
isaltlntsse p.rl.elb various candidate shall be a* foU0v: I hereby respectfully announce m1-
ellitieff I
pursuant to adjournment the primary election to be held May 10. minute of the last meeting was
LaM Titles. _i= I I I following amended call for a Representative ....... ........ fit 00 elf as a candidate for the office of
T O.BOZMT, Miami, Fia.oma. The .1 ..... U 00 111 be opened la the 1I1'eraI Sute's Attorney of the Seventh 3dldal read and approved
election wa adopted towlti : Senator. ........ i. ..... ,
primary districts of Dad Flo The call for primary was amended
'1' I' i It hereby given that the'n Sheriff ......... ..j............. 35 00 elect county Circuit subject; to the vote of
PI noosf" I Notice the 29th day of March. A. D. as follows:
Democratic Primary Eelc- Clerk of the Circuit Court.. .... 30 00 ', the Democratic prlma"y. ,
.. will be a and will be closed the 261 I See official call on third page.
witk 1.4Ci. Pbsrasey.ie.Iar. held In the several election dltrlcU Tax Assessor .................. 20 00I 1004. on dw CECIL O. BUTT. was''
.. lick l tree. tlon A motion made by Mr. Kirkmaa
D. 1904.
a |Ida of A.
April. j jThj
....rA" CCKIAMI. of Dade county Florida, on )4&1; I Tax Collector ................. 25 0(, berebp; ,0 nominate county commt..IODerIand +

on June Treasurer ........... 20 00 : following person are POR COCKTT SCHOOL IUPZRUITZNDnxr. :
FLORIDA.D 10th 1904 and if necessary County ? school
members of the board by
.
appointed : j'i' <'nr tlon i '!!tKrl .
;Ih, 1904. for the nomination of all] County Judge ................. 15 00 ; i I hereby announce myself a eaaad districts. Same was defeated by a
.> oj r'l..lo dlstricki. If-
State and coon: .............. 10 00 the r Te f'
>z 4. xx iACYSO l1, Democratic candidate County Attorney I'.r tor Superintendent of PubUe InstraeUijf rote of 4 to j]

tr, to be Toted for by the Democral' Superintendent of Public Instruction : Dade.Ooanty. subject te the trip e, A communication from' s meeting of'

OyF1 owe General Election to 1 be .... .. I 00 I Number One Stuart-W. G. ;|Park. UM voters ss nay be expressed at till&pproechlq ] I
elector at ...... andidates! held la Miami May' 14 1904.
,
HOTEL BIaCAYNi I.OC1, 4vz. t i bold November/ 8th. 1904, and to be &po, County Commissioner ......... 6,00,I Number. Two Jupiter-R. E. L. MiFarland. I DoDMcntle.prioMry K. 'SALE elwUaE. vas read and discussed by various candidates

FLORIDA. pointed by the Democratic' Govern Superriior of Reflitratlon.... 100 I lw Miami Fla. before the committee. Finally

MIAMI. of the State between the date of hoi- Members of County School B'rd. 1 00 Number Three West Palm Beach- t the following (inspector*, clerks aDd

W. B. RLSH, Inc inch primary election and the holIng < Justice of the Peace.......... 100 E. H. Dimlck. FOK TAX ASSESSOR.I I polling place' were decided upon for
DR
i of the primary election A. D. 190. Constable .._.................. 1 00 Number Four Hypoluio (Boynton)) hereby announce myself u i a the following precinct

Offloe tzft-ltth stre Street*% Tbone and AveD M.RMidenee and of a Democratic' candidate tor County PIsA and Game Warden 1 00 Cullen Pence. CANDIDATE. : FOR TAX ASSESSOR i of I No. laspecton.. Geo. McPharaon, '

10th. United State Senator to be voted for All candidate are required to Ale a Number Five. Delray' -H. J. Sterling Dad County subject to the action
MIAY FL by the Democratic member of the Lei- ,Number Six Pompano-Z. Csrendei,. the DemocraUe primary.d I
9tR. written application to hare his Dame I H. W, Heesey; polling place, store of

tslature of the State o fFlorida. at Ita appear upon the official ballot OD Number Seven Fort Lauderdale-W. I (XL. XIMANIE3. Miss Walter Kltchlng.

w.'BAC ar. sexton in A. D. 1905. blank furnished by the Committee, M. ManhalL | B No. Inspectors, E. Edward, J. B. foel].JI.Iar
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j ... The following offlcer are to be DomInated accompanied with the fee above Nt Number Eight OJus-J. WJ IT**. FOR STATE: SENATOR. Henry Brooker; clerk. E. C. Miller

h ils Buildings 8p ciBcation of *All.:.d ktlnds.:DUlU'Msifor Fine I 4 at aald primary election, to-wll, ,: forth, with 8. L. Patteraon. Secretly: Nun her Nine Lemon City-Warn I hereby announce myself a* a eand- ; polling place, school house.

ResldencM a Specialty.OrricE. United State Senator. of the County Democratic' Execnti1 Mitchell. date for State Senator from the Thirteenth .. No. 3.-Inspector*. H. L. Hfflter. t> '

I 131SL Avtxut:' 1 ReprenUUv. la Congress. SdI Co mlttee, on or before the list cla1, Number Ten. (1aml-C. D. 'Lefflei Senatorial District of Florid, W. Burkhsrdt. N. H. Butch: cloth J

I I Congressional District of April A D. 1904. Number Eleven Cocoanut GroveA. subject to the win of th* Democrat W. Comstock; polling place ctn -

1/Justice of the Supreme Court for the This. April llth. 1904.W. T. Carter. party to be expressed at the primal house. 4i

DL'L'Z. CRUD. I I full term of six /kn. A. Filer. Number Twelve CuU-o.C.Bnnna. election May 10. 1904. I No. Inspectors., W. H. Cox. C. A. 1*'

i ) Justice of the Supreme Court. Attest: Chairman. Number Thirteen Silver Palm--C. F M HUDSON.Tblals. ,Mall, Jess Daagfatry; clerk cutlet

jENTIST. 1,Governor. Ceorn P. Bull.Secretary. W. HIlL ". Fla. I Pence: lolling place, school honaa.

08ft1a.Avs.s.D sic Ihk street.MLiML .1. 11 Secretary of States pro telL Number Fourteen Der.Wd-G. W. No. S- Inspector. J. J:. Chamber. .

: FLOIBDA.Seekers' I 11 AUorn'1- Deral. QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. Sullivan. 11. B. Taylor T. )I. McRa; elect IL

t Comptroller. First Primary,.....,. May 1U04. ThIs March 12. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. P. Hodges: polling place, school.....

Treasurer.. 1904.A.. T. CARTER, I hereby announce myself as eand- No. Inspectors., Z. Cavender, Jan.Umstead. .
date for the office of Prosecuting Al -
1, Superintendent of Publie Instmx Second Primary-Tuesday, Jnn 7. duperrtoor Reciatratkia.. Dad Co. FU R. F. Saxon; clerk W. B.
homey for Dad county aubject to the
rVteotiofu 1 tlon. 1104. Cassels; polling place, Hard1 store f ,
I approaching Democratic primary also
Yon will find It to your iDte'n.tto 1; Commissioner of Atrlcultur. General ElecUon-Tneaday Nortmbit tioa. H. F. ATKINSON. No. Inspectors R. A. Bryan. W. jL. d

call on me before investing- l!' Railroad Commissioner.I 1904. I Braekwell. D. ONai; clerk. Frank _

Varnished bosses and room to Adjutant-General. I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE.1 j jAMWuneeamits Miami Flax Stranahaa; polling pl-.8traD&IIM.*
ia real estate. Th registration book for the ptmary -
rat Real bargain new balL
I State Chemist.i I
taxes, election will be opened la: eacJ& e e
city and country. Insurance i Judge of the Circuit Court. Seveat FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.I I Na i.-Inspector' *. H. Padgett,, J. r.
attested to. I election district ta this county 011 f
a--t84
collection. etc. win be ta U. !
CImalL8tate Newlan J. W. Ire; clerk. R. Oothroa; ,
have a special license aatnonxia.me ( Judicial March 29. 1904. and will lie kept opa DaOy SAd weekly Metrepofis for ten ool hereby announce' myself as a candidate I school boa t
polling plae., *
aU kind legal tram 1 Attorney. Sever th Judleti saW .term, or la either edition Mr five AoDsnCsiMMdstes '
to prepare real estate, Low fees Circuit Try day. Sunday erupted. the for County Commlaslaaerixnd for Justice of the Peace in Du i i Na Inspectors., J. g. Pardue.., A.W.I .
fen of ,
fl attention. i Xttorney. 26th day of April. 1904. at which' tin members of the srlMnl beers will bcharsvd strict No. 10. and respectfully ask th I Cromartle. J. 8. Peter; clerk i J. E.

Prompt. c. c. ICARROLL.Kotary Proeecutinf Thirteenth satortaIDtatrlct. they wul be closet ; _balf.,... --. & rapport of the voters In said district. :endleton; polling place, school ous.
Public. 1 State Senator. Th registration boob will not be Ne anaooaoenmt nested' sack paid ,
L William S. HI1U No. Inspectors. L. ,. Osbora J.
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sM AO.D. rasa SCCtnTD sr.I of reopened for th* second primary' else M;Burdlne. Frank Jaudon: clerk,, )(. R.
Member of the House RepreeenUUvea. -- -
I I 1. tlon. FOR COVMTT TRKAaURXR. I hereby announce myself a candidate Kellum; polling place city ball
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t tt, B.e11a"b1eG. All person may register who are for re-election u Justice of the I No. 11-Inspector*. Jackson;: Pea

I County Jadg citizens, whether they hare paid|'; the Te the Democratic Voters of Dad eotT. -- Peace in this the 10th district As 1 I i cock. John McKInsle. J. W. Galloway;

W. C. MA VNARD. 1 Sheriff. poD taxes or not; but they csjinok 1'ote Florida: am now serving In this I capacity. 1 I clerk Fletcher Alba,.,; polllnc I place.
I I
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. unless their taxes which mil be I hereby anr.oonre myself a eendldstifnr would appreciate endorsement ta
M rast On.s poll an Hardee b_.
A**.D.lltzt'
Assessor of Taxes. nwtlos to the office of Tisane ''Old
1 County .
due paid provided t. kccordanc with the Democratic' prtndples Cooper J.
I1uaeIkmtalJ Pitied.1 Collector. legally are a* I rf [\Up.17.. Florida subject .. UM I Inspectors.. W. A. ,
1 Tax : r
Jewtlea. *'. law. [ oriII., a. viOorttT. .* the D.morstis of retuning p jr a second ten : Gea fttlnehaaser. R;: J. Dougherty!: ; t
atU
I tteket, Superintendent of Public latraction. 4
I 1 County POLL OR CAPITATION TAX : /otcra. sa wu be uwyrtmti ta the Deescrarte ui incumbent who has saU.fadoril1IIl1ed ,clerk Ceo. W. Moodle; polling place

I I*. UN.C. .
; I primly May the office
z Payment of poll taxes for 1902 an Brown A: Moodle's.warehouse.
H. RACUR9OM.dw .
:: GEO. L. MCDONALD 1 Sunero.! 1903 .i* a prerequisite to voting at all dw ) \. Fla. 4 i John C. Gramlloc. No. Inspectors.: Henry. Cowman.

1 Coanty JTreaaarer. Ernest Will Anderson
election thl* year. Mall ; clerk C.
atll f40Mer.wnwl.e I I County oinaI o sea FOR STATE SENATE.I .
EXEJIPTIONaTh W. Hut; polllnc place. school_.
... ".,1La.... a ...naItl > Member of the County Board ol A. E. HKTS I.Owdkuie. hereby. announce my caaddacy fo
following condition e'ze'mPt f.ConDt1. No. Inspectors.. J. W. Saxon W
OBOVK. FLA. Instruction. State Senator the! Thlrtevnt!
;r COCOANUT Public persons from th. payment of capita- dw Judge. from : E. Blanton. W. H. Sbrtrunk; clerk J.
1 Justice lot tile Peace Is and for Districts Senatorial District of Florida, nbjec ,
u tics or poll taxes: C. Holly; polling place, school house.
jvos. 1. 3. 3. 4. I. (. T. .. I. to the will of the Democrat of Brevar ,
COU.Nr COMMISSIONERS.
FOR :
DAWN First Any on who bas lost a Urn It war moved and carried that name
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'f J, A. 10. 11.)11 and 11. la battle I TIll many friend and supporter of i and Dadecountie to be expressed at of candidate for members of th* county ,
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O..rb..r.+tr.atrr.rl.op.swbn.r 1 Constable la and lor,,District NOI. the present members of the Board of i tits primary election May loth. 1904. t executive committw be placed oa/ '
I Second-Any one who was 53 yeai {
11 U M. Seabrook Sam.
fI TI J. 1.1,4.4.1,1 T. 1,1.10 : ,
; "8 I'I County Commissioners for Dad the regular ballotIt
; .......a. of an oo or Wore December 31. 190. toI I Conrtenay. Brevard Co. Fla
and IX j
cminv' have prevailed upon them wu also moved tad. carried that
...... tat... Third-Any ODe becoming of a re (L 1 '
..r..atIt.9u4. RAt' I Presidential Electee stand for re-election, and hereby present candidate for gam* warden b* placedm h
FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE.I .
National Corn- rear old) on or after January 1, 190; .
4 D.iegales.l, Larr to their name, u follow: F. 0 the regular ballot and the caadl- :g
Fourth-Any ODe who had become t a :
TeaUoa. Richer George WJ. Lalnhart. R. B am a candidate for the position of late for said office be aisnasril ft.M.
j resident of thl State, and coney J'i
totmlIONirADfAR 2 District Dekcate McDonald John well and L. A delegate to the National Dvmorrati i )lr. John, of Precinct No. 1 handed
or after January 1. IKS.
... I 10........hs .emas" s la 13 Member,* at tare at Bute Commit Belcher to the voter at the Demo Convention at St. Louis' Mo., for SeeODd In his. resignation a* a member of th.

tM. If properly registered any of u.e crane primary of May 10. 1904. Congressional District I am permitted committee and the same was accepted.

I riO 1 Couatyj Member** Stew OommlttM above eaa rote at aU election. SUtMd to refer to the entire DPmorr&eJot ; A motion wa made and carried: that
ARE J GOING
( 1 Member National Cammmaa county held tai year wttkoi FOR SHERIFF. Orauge county regarding my stand Inspector and clerk b* paid K.M per'

North oi- West 1? 1 BvperrUor of. Recttrattoa. paging any poll oreaplUtkm;| tax. tar as a Democrat and U I am for lay.Th

t : 1 County Flab and Game Warden. i PARTUL EXEMPTIONS. ye the Dt orr Uu v*.** *f Dad CeunTy : anate enough to have your aid li nest meeting of the commlttea

t t Member of Dada Caaaty. Psoeratk Persons under the following eoadl- rurlda; Dad. county at th*' election I thai I railed for April H, 1904. t, l

S ucuUve sad for doss win lie llahl for I hereby aanmmee avaatf a eaasMeMlor Tatly appreciate and 'There being no farther' batlaeaa / |
U It
as Till l Cjmmrtte ta one poll can aasun a
L 'Ito Milli N ...etIIa to th. .... cr .*.. ec
Predacu Na* I 2,1,1.1,4.7,1 only for 1903 or 193.' a* tile eaa ..;,. Dade Oeoaty. ........ aubjeet to th* ion Orange county Democrats will six notion wa made, and carried to ad

RailroadOften 9. 11. 1L 12, ., send 14. M: vffl .< the majority ., u.. n-.ae ppredate It i Joan.i 'ii

f rerk em WIll lie .sfwwr.d r tie Dear Very truly yours CEO. P. BULL
BBexoelle;;pseng The ales overolac MM prlmaoJectioa Any OM who baeam E5 yean ell eeradI .. be held m. OM.Iw .
prbMtry Map
f ..... train. varryiaf jpaOau, shah be the MUM a* those faring. 1903 will lie reqvlred to pay 11 JOHN FROHOCK.I D. N. Bachelor. i Secretary Pro T_.

t .)opera] ap-to-data. eoaobea, free r adopted by the Democratic Eneattn tot accomat of poD tax for that yea/ Winter Park Fia.

ti -rallalac 'ebalf ...., ,reed 4iniaffoai Committee, at their meeting held istaeksoavUls lay OM Jrllo may:become of ate (t 1 hereby announce myself' a* a can FOR FISH .AND GAME WARDEN She freedom' of speech guaranteed by
the
::1; ....... a rthem aad awtbcra eitie oa January tU 1904. fotorernlac pan oU) at any Urn during 190 didaNor Sheriff of Dad county. constitution I* becoming more or

. Tb. Star.1.1.*.ear servloi I. UMBoatew State prlmarte ao farM sill lie required to'pay f 1 for poll tu I BBS relative. It I* but lately that the
Florida at th* next Democratic urinary hereby announce myself a candid-
_., li : ; J to the I English aaarehst.j. Tuner, was told by
TiefcaUll ri the same will M applicable for U* year 1903. and ask for th* vote of my at. for the portion of Fish and Gaow he
AIIAffXtiBaa TkroafB authorities that he could Dot b
'': 1. ouaty primary. Those tad ashy those Any ODe becoming a resident of this allow Democrats and those who wm "arden of Dad county subject to theadJoa *

II: & N.rr I persons shall be permitted to become Ute and county during 1903 will bejabs lie qualified to becoMe voter at that of the Democratic' praty. primal I Permitted eerminatioa to remain la this. coantry. a

1' aeaUalea aad .leepinir ear sadldato Defer,*. or veto at or parIdpate for tile poD us for 1903. irimary. I promise If elected to faith- election May 1*. 1904.Edward based espousal upon no offense of
rate*. themaaagement aald prtlary I 1111.' save aa open of th. cause
rwerratioa apply M I U WHO ARK UABUB. TO POLL, TAX. ally perms the many dutie of Ulrpoalble A. Graham. of
I atoctioa. who declare thetr ad- anarchism DO act: of violence, past
J. M. Fleming;, AH mal lahablUnta who are 21 oflka .
4r 11 ereae to the principles and organittloa FOR CONSTABLE.I :or contemplated, jbdnc charged 0.
i
of and under it J. M. WttlJAMg.
tests ace war J'IU'Ioll
,Sv Pteeteatoli.s..a.; of the, DemocraUe party Na- uaday night at :P illadelphU Emma
Deeember 31. 190L Palm Beach Fla.
: oral. State and county, wb. are bylaw hereby announce myself a* a can- oldman. who galae considerable noriety -
of Ue State lawful electors Any ODe roialnc a resident of this I :> at the time) or' the geaesslB stiuar
tile Pot decant dncciT COURT.M date for the office of Consubl In .
IEri Ei-Sr of the election districts ta which they State aid county prior to Jaaaary 1. I hereby smote.ys f a ei !strict No. 10, promising elected to President McKtaley.. wa achedaled

: l Her to rot, who hat paid their poll U02. wDl b* rwpilred to pay poll Ui far the erne* ., dark! *c th* Car- ithfnlly discharge the duties of said I for a speech before. a body of anarch-

,.,A- ..-,.... ....... .sass legally 'due act'lava thaa tea vita ud 1903. nit Chum .< Date Oewty. MbjertM M 0CIIee, subject to Democratic primary. ': eta in that eity. Th* lint flv* m*.

tars before said primary\ .i.mtloi aDd Ifthey becoo* resident after Jan. aaie..1 the rnnsratl prtmary.E. Iy 10. :' .ho arrived oa aeeaa were. arrest-
vIwXPERLNCE E. WHITE.Janwary .
a so wlae shall when challenged by aale- iry I. 1902. ud before January 1.i m ... L. L. M. Nicholson. I I i eel I by the police and lodged la tile ...

( ..lbr. pledge taj: wrttlac anon Bath boors 03. they yffl b* required r pay poll' > Ice house. This. aqaelebed tile meetg -

I, any inspector, to abide bf aM tu for 1902 only. HEALTH IS TOOTH. j Emma: war Indignant and aiade a
I take Ode -h.d to Wet the ...
I ipport the reeult of 'such primary, and Any ODe reachlac their majority fDJMI'I I. DUe County that I wit be a *laatetarrsslscuun iee.se* aid Sickness Brine Old As*. beech' to the poUcemen that waa notown

ipport the aotnla e (hereof ) on or after January I. UOI. wine te th* office ef Clerk on the procramma" eayrwlag

,( The polls aJ\a1111e opened and dosed nWect to paymeet of poll Ui for1JOI. It th OmIt C*> unajsct to the ertln Herbla takaa every moraine before ears and Jut contempt for taU ...

} tllattg iX...qt at Ue aaveral atoetioa dbrtrlcta. M theoars .f u.. Os.msO. i14 it liar iced Taad of th* tree. Bat Emma
DnIMe'.nU JI mtataav U ....... to Berfcrm tile .. mkfaat will keep you la rob rieeltb.
'Lbein.. bet by tb* central atocUoa law. U an ease of exemption of a rotor ilia .f the .atoa, m tile fwtan, aa m die Bt to ut remember that la oar voeabttry -

: ne fallowing.... person are bar*. ".oca payment of poD tax*., k* anat ..... to th* best ef my .sole,. I wJaratofol yon ward off disease it freedom Is aot *,--_ ... with

= -.._; 1 ._ ..r." 1 .7 appotetei Inspector sad Clerk for cue of ta. Mptrrtoor of recMraUoaeirtiaeata .> to the. wb. wu ATM me area' fonstlpatloa. lllmoakJa -. dy.. tarchy. .
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-I:1 -::-a.11.555. Muss 1..(---1/ .,........,.1'l 0. aeraral alcUoai dlatrteta: Mtttaf forth the tact thatcblroterainampt .... die r VVfaaaVr C. DIU> RJL ..pala, fever, sad IS ve'. sad k14Ptalata. -

", _. r-. (Be report< committee mtlar. anatpaca. "': U U* oarUflcateampta ..r It puttIe tile blood A THOUUH1FU1. MAN
i SdtllfIC lw.kaLPTU )(. M. .Austin of ".....
$ .) flat voter from payment of ..I dears lb..o.p ezio.. Mn. D. tad,
J I breby my..ir a -di -
what
a.w to do
la tile kaw
At ,-sBBBBMMafl- BjetmitB *g'MMl flat.. The voting shall be by ballot .. poll! UM for both yeas (102 sad 1_ eM .... It Omt of tile dw.Nr.et W. Smith WaJtaey. 'Tarn write Apr. wife bad af Mad.ta .

=::- .. bays. It property recxtered.;; b* eaadIoa ... .. Dade Cti.nty. ssldst M ekeN .. 1103..? ....seed Herbla*. and lad sect an aaawaal any ttimacb.
3JMJn< II<**ta, tarambad. by De Mate sad. '. n-.tIe -- sad liver trouble phymcUMM f
mus ,roto .... pre .aq to the ta. pervy osew It tile best: medicine for
eonatipatloaI
.- .. C mty Rae ill, Committee; sad ateIIe ..... aot ktfB ar. H* Qou i
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I. .-s ouch eartifleaM of txcmpOoa,. .
1 flyer troablw. It wm 'do aa
Z 1ImYT yon ..d triad Dr. map Mew ttfTpm.aba
daaa .,0... alaetSoav Ilia laapaa* K tKroter K wtiaet to.oatf OM I eIaba nor it I aaa highly .
rweommend'Meaboltla.
I Dee.. era. s3aI ..< rot rallaf at ones aaaT wU
ecl'l see Oerfc shall. limaei to warN JOlt tax, either for 1903 or IMS Cat t I, It.. Sold by Red Croat IaaU7 eared. Only 2Se. at afl

tMMM Rya Tote U innntinn* with tat State M rala wO apply ai to (.sac i heroT as..5 af alf r & __ iara.e .,: &1 dracit -
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r: ; ME 'CA14FS SUNDAY MEETING. rial standing .and business or professional THE COTTON MARKET. I -
THE AILY I I
Integrity. Futures opened easy

MIAMI Speaking! about Guy Metcalfs' Sunday The campaign for this omce has January . . .. ; | DO NOT TAIL TO Su j 1WHALER'S '

MJrROPOLl tnretli' g at the' court house tbe been on for over a year' and the several February. . . . . II I I .

; -- Record tri t to defend' the' same' by I candidate ban been thoroughly March . . . . .. :

MU$1..Md_"' 4f .acept !ttI"'. ". tbe law directs that a ma- dl_........ Out of alt this discussiontbe AprIl. . . . . JEWELRY STORE
tRWit; -t saying thsi May . . . .. 131 M+
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: 1 T \ '! ( jority oft candidates before' such a I News has been enabled to make its June . . . . 1-411'

I.M primary P opoHe' a list from which choice of candidates' ,. and that choice July . . . . .1412 314-12th Street. I

f. stlearstgwM '" the exetut 'e committee may choose rests with the present junior senator August . . . . .. 13

1.1.. rweoba K u ltlaa OferieT. s. tbe Inpee.n of election. So it does James P. Taliaferro. . . .. 12 311I

". -41---I .--.-, And thuoe who know anything about Sensor' Taliaferro has been a member October. .... .1172 ,, --. .
I ovember . . . 11 bl - --
.. scows It w.p.e.t peNLtee es that meet know nothing like amajority of the! Tutted States Senate n little'
tae meta tpA ef t'.t... at tae if Bvi December bid . . 11 W)
...a _...... 11-'. ....I... o: the candidates were present over years. During that time be January *'>05 . 11 bl I IT.: 4 4t
-+ nor me e' they notified to be pres has made a record for efficiency\ thatIs I F. MILLER l: CO..
Le.kee.4in. '..Uefl ianarap.rlies, unequaled by senator from the I
w II--tru ta.e rates.Y ent. It wi only an attempt to take any COMPLETED THE TICKET. (Successors to 6hI. &....)
t State of Florida In double that length'
. One- Year by Mall .. . . ... .(.:;.OO snap judgn cot' and was a serious reflection I

. Su Month, ... -.. . . .. ... ZJIO I up< n the executive' committee. of time. (Continued from First Pag) Undertakers and Embalmers
His record Is book without
Three Months... . . . .. .! 1-25 The Dade rounty committee has always an open -- .. --
One W rely by Cartf.litmi ........1 ,101S I selec ed honest men' as Inspectors blot or ble l.b. It Is a record of activity I J mitt. for Twelfth District, I 4U--12th Street Phone 25.

and ad no intention of dolnOtherwise in.the Interests of his State. It J. C. HOLLY.
Is a record; ( Democratic loyalty It
law is
Priidiu compla7.r bis time. The -not:
Is a record of brilliant achievements.True For Justice of the Peace Second' Diatrlet. .
Advertising rates mad know on obligatory s to candidates funal.blDRU.t 4I
. be t has been vindictively assailed I I
i 1 application. n and be majority of the candid- 1
his R. E..U UcFARUN.R. .
by principal
TrLEPHE. 513R.OFFICE _tel were Illlng, as they' bad alway. opponents.These J. CHILLINOWORTH.
men t have even gone so far as to
METROPOLIS BUiLDISG.U ., peen, to I le re these matters entirely! i .
: falsify and, misrepresent the records.' For Justice of the Peace Ninth DID-
and 434 T elflh Street. to the com ilttee. There was certal ly trict.
Yet despite thls.8enator Taliaferro has
Court House. no excuse 'or a meeting en Sum ,
Opposite; I i Il with the greatest ease and sang froid. H. E. WOODALL.
as there' h d been several weeks For Justice> of the Tenth DIs- .
Peace
COKPAJLATIY* DISTAMCM.T successfully and overwhelmingly! refuted
which this nstter could have been j&t- I
; I tVssr these slanderous Imputationsand trlct.
.,, rnm KrTsars tended to. 'erhaps.' however, tbe pro- -
W. 8. HILL.
1 stands today a Senator In whom
11I""
T MtasUJMU .i did nutenough know I IBURDINE
who re present
,. pie any State la the Union might feel just i J C. GRAMUNG
.. .... 110. I
I s together' .until tnelerstwhile
VI f*
-.- : :... itlIt M* I. pride. For Justice of the Peace. Thirteenth
1 -.::: :7. I .
I Mr. Jdet
.._ -f....... ( M MItl '] publican leader.' Besides all this It Has been the un-I District !
_.... ..__ 111IN .
M..aaa.L d advise them. Whatever -
to
; .h. 1M calf came; >wn
de Cs>*._ .. ... I lit interrupted party custom to rewardour H. J. BURlCHART
:aeries .-. e/e Ml the' kf ord may argue to the c in-
For Constable for Second
Senators' with a second term. Senator District
I I ere the ople who respect the iwof I
pw..ira.da..ea.rdPu.aee. ales sa trary p Taliaferro has earned a second ALLEN HENDERSON. &
) S bj tth will\ look with distrhs t
... .. Ill' I SJS MJ the > and For" Constable for Thrd District
p.s aswai*) i' term he ought not to be made to I ,
sac J.ss..._. .11M1 lit upon the men who violate it by be ding '
fight for It. either H. A. CARLISLE
aawela.a..a
e liTssosw.. 1M I.. political caucus for the holding"
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:: From now till the close of the primaries RIBERT HANONG.
I: of I which on any day there..u o QUARTERMAN.
then the Palatka Ne.If\ FRANK CARLISLE,
APRIL 22. 1904. need.' I not only advocate Robt. W. Davis for I C. P. METCALF.For ,

f 1 I.0 I Governor, but James P. Taliaferro for I Fish and Game Warden'
SllRE OF SUCCESS.
Ex iltion I ; one!
Th* St. Louis opens United States Senator' and It deliberately i E. Ar GRAHAM., I

week from tomorrow rprito. It Is becoming more and more e I- makes this choice simply be-i' '

J dent day by I day that Senator James P cause la its Judgment they' are the I It.. a fitting; act on the part of Fancy Dry Goods Notions. Beautiful and Artistic

: While Russia hai declared against Taliaferro !will be nominated In the high and honorable offices. ," our citizens and an eloquent testimonial Neckwear, also the largest dealers in Novelties

wireless l telegrams .nothing has been first From And .they will be nominated and of their sympathy and sorrow ,
primary. every quarter I Souvenir and
said about fake ones. ; gratifying results elected for they are deserving of the when' the great mans meeting assembled Sporting Goods. Complete line
I/ most are predlctfd.
t. 1 and many who will not give their sdp- honors. and the people know! it.-Pn-|: last night In response to Mayor of School Books. Polite and capable service.
= Welles' call and adopted resolution I
latka
News.REPUBLICAN
If doat ; tour poll tax and port admit tile candid fact that h* w lll
you of respect for the memory! of the U 8 .4
guilty by next Tuesday, you cant enJoy secure the nomination. '}
S. Missouri victims. While the shockof .
TICKET I
The Florida Sun, Is of Senal'
the privilege of;, aa American dt- DIM yrTnliaferra's i
the awful tragedy which resultedla
o day'*, You can't vot*. strongest supporters, a id
IM
OB
,. election 0 al{ considerable expense and trouble it For Florida State Offices Selected' at the death of thirty-two officer and Burdine & Quarterman

enlisted' men was felt' all the ,
Jacksonville over a.lion.
Senator Burton says he has got re- claims to have polled the State wi h Tuesday. I
doubt It for election There will be two State tickets in It was nowhere. received with to
llgtoa. He would no swap the result that his In the first
the field In the election next much sorrow as In the city of Pessa- Twelfth Street.
general
308.n11doREE
t tJThe
that six months he has got hanging primary is confidently' predicted. I .
cola. where many of the victims of the ,
November. The Republicans have selected
!
f over UsOur .Nd. following are the Sun's figures:

t :0----- jTallaferro will have ar i: majority\ iD their candidates, and the ticket explosion were personally known aa-1

Bob" seams to have] Broward'a the following counties: Alacbua. 1to II will be' follows.: when' the very proximity of the sal

d his map down pat. After May 10 150; Bedford 100; Dade!. 150; DeSoto. For Governor-M. B. Macfarlaae.For affair made It all the more keenly felt

then wont lie any Broward, nor any 100; Duval. 500; Escambta. IsO; Secretary of"State-Joh F. The outpouring of people last night on

I more map. Davis will have ""done done Horr. the occasion of this tribute to their .
Eseambla. 150; Franklin, '100; Ham '
t ,dose '..." Manatee For Attorney-General' S. Cub countrymen: who died beneath' the Stan
.. ton. 100; Hlllsboro. 300 to 400; I
.ft' + and Stripes while at the post of duty
berly. '
ISO; Marion. 100; Monroe, 300; Orange ''was .
panes
.. Broken broken hearts area For Comptroller-J. L. Skipper. I! prompted by feelings which
100; Polk. 200; Putnam tOO; Snmter.
i well.known *.ssatlty. After May 10 IsO: Volusla. 200 to ZSO. 'Total 3.000. For State Treasurer-E. )(. Brelsford. ': sprung from the depth of the hearts,

both will exist among a goodly numberin I and It represented the sincere sentiment -
will have In
:JTallaferro a ;plurality I

} Dad'county and throughout Floe the following counties: For State Superintendent of Public j ciUxenshlp.of sorrowing-Pensacola and Journal.sympathetic .,.. .. .. .. .. ... . .. .. .. .. .. ... ..... *. .
lolL Instruction-W. R. O'NefL
Baker. Brevard. Clay Holmes Jsekon. I I :
J Lake. Lee. Leon. Madison pas4SU. For Commissioner of'Agriculture- : : :R,8., 1M
H. C Budge OIIIIIeDt postmaster.has .
1 Osreols. St. Johns, Suwannee,) and J. 8. Rowlew.For KINDER LOU GA. .
been endorsed by President Roose'Yelt Washington.Stockton !i Railroad Comlssloner J. f
; for another term. Right men In .Make
<< will have a majority In the Ritchie. I .FOR .
." the right places. are all right. Bo with, For Justice of Supreme Court for I :
following e' onnties: Gsdsdea' 1100 i
;
.' )lr. Budge IrSrnoa., ZlIII; Lsfsyette. SO; I.ev"c. GO.Tot&4. Term of Six Years-M. M. Sheppard.' United States Senator Kinder I [
-- f Lou
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r The Manchurians believe Americanand 4 -- - .
f. Allen.
S. Fair C. S. Adams. E.
British war vessels assisted In the Stockton mill have a plurality la the i
The above ticket was decided' upon Vote For I ISeHe
little skirmish off Port Arthur. This following, counties: Citrus Calhoun Chase & Harne)'. Miami
,' at the meeting of the Republican State
Bream I,
tut Liberty.' Taylor
is evidently but a should .
!f Americas* and )BritMr ships'get la the Jennings' will\ have a majority law! the Central committee which met in Jacksonville I
Tuesdav In pursuance to a James P. Taliaferro. J
J middle, v hat would they think! following counties: : : Index Lou Orates
r i I 1. o Hernsndo.' sn Total. So. i
Augustine January !<>. all ovtr Dade County.
Jennings' will\ have plurality In the' I
a
The Stockton faction doubtless feel The' Republican delegates' to the national Whose name is com- .... .. .. . ... .. . It
1. "that the ownership of the Hearst boomIs following counties: CalhouSOU Pasco. Republican convention which

RON Wskulla, Waltoi. monly pronounced as I :
not so valuable M 'abet as t seemed meets'! In Chicago June 21. are as fol.Io..a -

'' to be a feW weeksnow J.. t looks -o : : if it was spelled ............ . . . roes+HNN.e..... .I. .+... .
aa if they; had a gold .
purchased FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA. Delegates' State at Large-nlam N. i

+. brick. I I Combs. Joseph E. Lee. Mark, S. White:
Epicurean Restaurant
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.' alternates, State at large. William H. "

Th* principal paper' la Washington la the P: mpslgn now draewg log to a Lucas.. Edward Livingston H. W. Toliver"Special '

devotes n column to giving thi result dose the t"<" has stood for the IIOIDIlIatlOll -. Bishop and W. A. Fleming : 305. 12th Sf. i

of.the between th toy of Rubt. W. Davis for the office' Delegates\ from First Congressional -

boats ndUDaf] '. children in of Governor of Florida District-George' W., Allen ienry W. ; Continuous Service from 6 clock; s to., until 10 p. m L

stood will stand .. .................. .... ,
tile the Whit House It has thus and It so Chandler. Alternate George B. Macfarlan -. > N tt .ee.MMNN.ttTt , , /

rr more than to occupied by the Eastenf till the ,,1 lose of the prim\ eat not *. -". 1 .
1
.war news or the discussion of legislation. lions beef us* Mr. Darts to a residentof Delegates from Second Congressional 1- -

Are w* a ,nlttoa of flunkeys! I Palatka and the first choice of District-Walter G iRoblll_. ,

Don all ....k at once. every' main. In his home city and couuy. Thomas J. Harris. Alternates John 1, K. J. PECK B. M. BAIL

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W. Howell. J. C. Willie i pee Bailey
Thomas r. McBeath supporting is by I II
jis f' mentally aa< reason
Mr.. Shaw against Professor' Halloway, Of experience in s atetraft.he Delegates! from Third Congressional I ........'. l.p.GtMe
Dtstrict-C P.: W. H. North-
.for State .Superintendent of Schools pest$ of a1tlr* candl- up. Alternates,Buffum.A. B. Osgood. Peter' y ACHT LAUNCHES, SAIL & ROWBOATS

It was only four year ago In tt* last dated place. I H. Davidson. i; I I Overhauling and RepairingMarine Railway.

State convention that tVofessor Mc I !l a people's.... By 7011 ATKCCE D .
i Mrl\.Datia.\ Th delegates will all voje,$ for the MIAMI. FLA.
Death sought Sheats jobs| bat got a decided mean that tie U tile I i
I ominatfcm of Theodore Roosevelt for
Urn down. H* now wants to President In accordance with the III- rthe --- --
pee another man knocked out by bit'': .oup t< recognize the rights of all I I
structions of the State convention. :
victor, with the widen 4 desire "If I' tad to pprmlt the encroachment' 01 ; I .: . . . . . . ..,

_, ..... do him yon caIIJ }" tone' I -. -I

O. I He bus lerved the' 'people' o Florida We have received a circular setting .: Sale i ( I

la variou i official capacities alway forth many reasons why the! people of I 39 Carlos
I
U the people who .re.'aw voter In
with boaar to himself and die State Florida L the Democratic party
Dade county wish to do tae right thing I OFMen's
u4 s to lay nanelally\ poot by rem should re-elect Taliaferro tothe| _Valt- Formerly" si1e palm NotQI.
they will inveatlgat> fully the .cUr- '
son of thi t service HI. record Is nn ed States Senate. Not being a member t

>dIr of die men who, are I at present assailable of that party we shall have no vole* In Summer Corner .\y, -ue B and 11th Street.

nine th* office of j I county _I. At I the beginning of the 4ampaigr the matter there art a good many reasons Gus. A. Muller Propiiator
toner and also that of the men who I
; .the mews also made up Its mind last In tile statements made bv the ClothingAT ,
have been lbs Instigator of tile plot
a* It j was to be a contest among Democrats reular., why In oar opinion we should Open all the
to defeat i This jton* fairly aa< '
.: foi party preference the paper not support him for that offlc*. bat *s j year
old mUbers wjlT anb !
Impartially -tML
would no b* called\ upon 4 defeat perforce a Democrat must and will be
re-elected by larger ajoritlea. I Kate I2 cat per day aod up. Special per week ard to Com-
I part principles\ I but to dlscnst tile per.osa4 bosen. we see no reason why the Senator CO11en'S.i j i mcrvial iren. La-y,. Sample Roomy !I St

I rHKADQt7ARTCR8naB fits or nnBtnss of men for should not, succeed himself mad a 1'. O ilex "fhK, .
*> MIAMI, FLA.
{ANDKRSONCAMP Ofi'.13 has with hot few ex- good many why h* should and we no-

NO. K03, U.'C. V; to do. ButiThir sex reasons given In tile circular with I . . . .i t t i t t . St

Mlamt Fsw April :to IP*. if.It be a United States, Senator which w* heartily agree and which 'e II

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Special Order No. 1. ) nomination as1 wU. asa think are abundantly sufficient: Je- -

Tb. members of Camp Tlge Ander' Governor. Th* offles of a| Senatorof cause h* has labored unceasingly, forth I I -+
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.sos pies 19)3 ,U. C.'V, are !....-ev-.Or tile United States b an Important good of th* State and It people. Be' Hotel Biscayne .

*erd to: *MS.* jrosptlatpP0 n, mon owe. It cherts with It honor whichregird eaus lie In perfectly familiar with the I

Ttesiays AnrU K,t.... Bivouac ... as equal to those which course, routine sad details ,of legts-

lag at th* corner of Twelfth Street1':and attIc i to tbs odor of governor. The latlv procedure In every departmentand : Open fr vm Xovemrer S CRAHAM

.A"-' D.. By.order of man who All this Important ,office It would require, for :any new : I Ut toMajrjlst. Proprietor '

\\00-.. ..:It. 1:.. r should H selected with Judgment member pears of experience 'to ae- Comer Avenne D and Twelfth Street a

0...........: Bt a man of Irrwproachabl nwir* his present advantage of efflri -

.O.'x.'WIDIaaI.' -.- L 1 son ehamctor. a. man of aWUII,sot .ey.-Daytoaa Halifax. Journal .. MIAMI FLORIJJAt


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i' said Judge Swayne would come to DAMAGE BY BOLL WEE riL

r. ; ] I Jacksonville from his Northern home I

H. M)KING, :. t only on "rul." day*. On these trips.which Estimated to Have Amounted to 149.272 .- "The Ideal"Special

y took place about once a month 89.

Funeral Directo and Embalmer. ; the witness raid ihe Judge would use

I this private car Washington April 22.-The Census

save ;rt V I'glecs a ;i, According to Prof Jiwor Wurtz. the Bureau has issued the final detailed Sale of Seasonable

fnmpt 4s.stioa to TeUtfraph or ....._* Calls. I Florida Central A: Peninsular Railroad report on cotton ginning In the United

I furnished Judge S.'ajrne a private car State for the crop of 1903. It show Goods at (Greatly Reduced Prices.

i for himself and party to go to the Pa- for he first time that the reclaiming of _
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| -Iflc slope This trip caused much cotton by threshing unopened bolls

THE I people alpo attended and enjoyed the! I i scandalous talk In Jacksonville, and whose vitality ha been destroyed. by Helta Beta Ladles black mohair sorts sad.

evening listening to the music! and; the witness said on his return Judge frost or Insects effected a saving of See the newest fad la ladle crush round length, seven gored lap seamy .I

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.MIAMI. watching the young people enjoy I themselves ".''.ne told him that the only eipense : this Interior cotton this season In belti. white tan black and ,mode inverted plait; the regular rUG kind.

I .L I the trip had been to him wa northern Texas, Indian Territory and Skirt! Skirts! Special price...... .... .... .....1680Ladies

FLA.. Apnl a. 1 104, I the provisioning of the car. Oklahoma, and ectlhated' at 37.6!&
seven cored Sicilian clothiklru. taffies sa 5.it. \
Dr. L. R. Jordan, of Mnrfreaboro.Teaa The appointment of John King % bale.
MAIL SCHEDULE. \ .. who has been here some timefor young man without legal knowledge Computed on the basis of three-fifths fect In white; all man tailored perA large assortment of Ilk suits;

or training u master In chancery la of the average price of strict middling, fitting, with team flare; special. many styles and colon; all handaome
his health, will return home tonight '
PrIce.. .... ..
.. ...
.. ....$100 1
the North j trimmed and tailored
Arrive from much ImproTed. The doctor u. a pending salt Involving the nOdaI the value added to the crop by cotton ly :

y ':01 a. m. '.delighted: with the climate of Miami I Southern (Railway! was another pf the. obtained' these unopened boll U placedat 'I'I Cartcta. I :
UZ5 a. '
p. accusation brought forward Professor Il.051.7i7 Notwithstanding the destructive -
by
and says It U a pity people do not
Close<< the North 'stay longer than they do. Business I Wurti against Judge S,ayas. effects of the boll wevll and I G 1 I Ladiea C. B. Comet No. 302 made of

(:06 a. m. affaire calla him home now, but hewill King he aaia. was reputed to be'a relative boll worm and early frosts, the Texas beat quality Batiste this corset gives' 1
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p. return again next aeaaon.j of the Judge. He received "a salary crop In 19(13 shows a decrease of only : I the correct, erect form. 'I

a THE WEATHER. of $125 a month for twenty-five} 2C.932 bale, or a little over 1 per cent I Special price... .... .... ..... .|1.."S

month under this appointment and a* compared with 1902. Careful Inquiry !
WulWac ML-For' South/ Florida: I No. M7 Warner rust-proof corset
finally a fee of $13.500 for closing up regarding the boll weevil has developedthe y
Kaia tonight with strong east to south ON THE BAY.I 1' 1 Ja a corset that gives the utmost satisfaction 1
the business and selling the road This fact that this insect I I. now in 96 I ,
wad.Maxfanaa.. 1. both for correct shape and
waa declared to be an'exhorbltaat: fee, of the 178 cotton-producing counties .
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j Peck a Bailey, the well known shipbuilders John Wnrtx practiced law In Jacksonville of Texas and destroyed cotton of the
Minimum 73.TOWN. I Special price.... ... .... ......flFamrK
of this city have just been Fta., from 1SS4 to| 189 I II crop of 1903 aomunting to 739.360 bale*. I ,

let the contract to build for Mr. Ralph I I II which the difference between an ample -

:\Vorthlngton, of bleveland, Ohio, a I LEGAL PAPERS. and a short ,crop for the country. I 4 r '

TOPICS. I fine cruising yacht which will be used The following papers;! were filfd fur Including) the value of the seed the L

record in the clerk' office, Mrruit lass Is equivalent' to $49.272.989. A I
In Southern water. The yacht has
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court today: conservative estimate of the loss resulting
totact been designed by Mr. R. M. Monroe STRAl I ;
a. MORSE |'N RACK.-j-Owtng of Oocoanut Grove, aDd will-be of the Mortgage deed Boulder Given* and to Texas from the Imperfect

feat Senator Dtmlck U a eanlidato auxiliary ketch dealgn. She will, be wife to E. D. Maxwell for f 1C9, dot S weather conditions which affected that L.'ea Shirt W...*ta. :

for State Committeeman k for the .0 feet over all, 41 feet on the water block. West Palm Beach. section la common with the other cotton One hundred waists all sixes, all -

[state at large, be win not be for Dade candidate |Mine, and 11 feet beam, ana will be fitted Satisfaction of mortgage, M. B. Mac- States is placed at Z: ,945 bale the latest styles In lawn, madras and '

[ for Committeemaa will with an 18 hone standard engine. Naughtoo to Boulded Given and wife, The proportion ,of the Texas crop to Batiste: only a few of each style:

[county. ltd Mr.[Fred* 8.: lone The Interior will be hushed In mahogany lot I block II, West Palm' Beach the total crop Increased from 23.S percent worth 1%.50 and $3.00. We offer to :ro

boos' the ticket to his place. nil between will : and cypress. TIIe'1..bt..1II Satisfaction of mortgage, Earn d In 1902 to 25.1 'per cent In 1903. close at .. .... .... ...,Sc. each

.eave the race foci this position pe completed and ready for service by Root to Chas H. .Maibtaud. Ladle Japanese silt shirt waists
r..ra Stoneman and Morse.COMPLAINT BRYAN DISLIKES NEW YORK
put season. Waranty deed. P.W. Whit. to TropIcal back and front tucked and trimmed
-- PLATFORM.
)DE.-complalllt issing see. Home Improvement Co., for Lincoln. Neb., April n.-w. J.
about workmen removing Wm. Offer ha been contracted with lot 41 aad 48. block Sic Miami. I Bryan will wash. Special... ..... ......14S
; toad to the the '
the riverfoot by General Shattue to build for him Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Lan i gave press followingstatement Ladles shirt waists, same aa cut ':'.
; old bridge from across concerning the action of the .
Avenue and putting luring the summer a neat and commodious Co. to P. R. Furmaa for tr5 Iou 1 I trimmed with lace: back tucked; new ."
of ,
1M> G New York State Democratic convention -
street Jo to make! yacht! dot use In these water and :. block {L south Miami. M sleeve, with tucked cab Special.. .... .... ...., .... ...1100I
In the a*
., ame : I do not think the Instructionswill
fie boat will be on the order of the I
tat thoroughfare impassable Th* give Judge Parker I additional ,
any
of j'oeaella except larger.i. STATE NEWS. !
reported to Mrs Haha E. B. DOUGLAS
sr was !I. e e strength but the platform adopted by II.
,
council street committee this the convention ought ';ito prevent his
into The auxiliary yacht Granatsa. owned Prof. F. W. Booth of Philadelphia, 31O and 312. Twelfth Street.World's
look .
sorning and he promised to nomlnatlon.unless the Democrat when I.
by Mr. N. ;X. George, and la command I arrived" In our city Sunday night and
Lhe Matter.8TCRTEVANT. they assemble at St. Louis decided u
of Captain Dick Carney, returned remained until yesterday. Prof. Booth
attempt a confidence" game baa the public :
Wednesday; afternoon from the fishIng la of the -
THE ,BUILDING one! distinguished writers and ." Fair Rates

Lone .. beiag hauled and'JIftPV&tIoDI grounds of the lower east aDd gulf educators Interested with Dr. A. Gra- ;

e by contractor Front to begin the Roasts, when, Mr. George and his ham Bell la teaching speech to the .fftO CATTLE DEAL I| Via

business guests. Dr. Down and Dr. Bacon of deaf. He Is visiting the Southern
reetIoa of the Una atone Fort Meade will give]! a fish fry and

k c to be built by Mr. W. D Stnrte- Danbarry. Conn. have been fishing school for the deaf. He came to visIt basket dinner next Saturday in] honor

set oa the east side of Arena D. bo-;", for tarpon They were successful la our Florid Institute for the Deaf' of the county who will The L. & N. R. R.

Thirteenth sad Fourteenth landing one Immense fellow that tipped and Blind. He spent Monday at'the speak here oa r&IIdlftK] '

trwtL The building win be eoa- the scale nt 170 pounds, and another Institute and his visit was greatly enjoyed One of the largest Tattle deals In I .

two *torie* that went 70 pouno The part by the school. He left yesterdayfor South Florida baa
of aatlv rock' just been consummated First-da** Excursion Rate from Jacksonville to St. Louis and return,

llgh, Vlth a frontage of' M feet and will remain In port a few days aDd the Alabama school at Talladega.SL .- the Ughtsey, Lewis A aratbel"ll 1 i bejrini ing April 5th; ticket sold dail.5S ,..

feet Work wUl be eo.at .- will then be off again. Augustine Record. Cattle .
) depth of 4 ; Company selling' to Mew '
$ / limit D,. return limit 60 rays.
) return 15'h. $33.90 $17.50
I + aa.early ..... I ;I S. e The Florida East Coast Railway to L.1....* Maaa of Fort Myera .000 "
The yacht Cynosure, has arrived la return limit day.
i handling enormous quantities of vegetable heed for a little over mono. i 15
A FIREMEN'S TOORN.inNT'-:1-:I port from Nassau, having on board now. From the lower Lad BfM-cial: Coach Excurwon $20.95 rounJ trip: Return limi' to days

members of the ftro department at I Prof. Chas. E. Mlllspangh curator of Coast the shipments are heavier than The officers and executive committee from Ute of ..ale. Tickets told only on May 16th and 311.

-sir regular meeting next Tuesdays:,I the Fllda Columbian Museum. Chicago ever before. Hastings la now Bending of the Florida Retail Grocery and Mer Corresponding low rates from other points '

win active preparation : and Prof. A. Howe, aamtaat curaioi out several load. of
begin
light ,. car potatoes) dally. chants' Association met In this city '
of New The L. ft N. Is THE BEST LINE to St Louis.
the York
Botanical Garden.
i hold a Bremen' tournament and f''I The country along the line of the railway Monday and Tuesday and formulated

r of sports her July 4th.) TIll boy'I who have beep on a lengthy cruise I* developing at a most rapid pace rule and policies that It I la thoughtwill for .vhe-lulcs Ierping-i" 1 car reservations or further information
enthusiastic over the project and In the Bahama in the Interest of their and each the
shipments show :
i year a result In great good to the acaodatlori. j write to
win endeavor to get running profession. They are now enrouu. big Increase over i the previous year._ The following named gentlemenare
north but will remain here several J. M. FLEMING C. L STONE
here from the east coast a* far St. Augustine Record. officers of the association, vlx: ,

avOla, aDd from Key West a days before resuming. .the trip. For the first time In about two yean President W. M Bennett Okabnmpkee Fit Fau. Art, 206 W. Bay St JacksonvilleG.. P. ArtLouisrfflt..

., win also arrange running race*.! e *. the Atlantic Coast Line pay train pull ; vice-president. F. H. Davis, Tam-
alleki.
Captain Bra of the
vaulting etc with a pyro-jj yacut Sapphire ed Into Gainesville t
mptac. Tuesday-and Itwa pa: secretary and treasurer, A M Wing

hakal: display at Bight. Merchants: this was al provisioned and faelecll i I' a welcome visitor. For the past of Bayard: State organizer. John Cor- FREE SCHOLARSHIP. J
morningI to to |
go (or
_J other, no doubt will ] two yean the check system of payingthe dero executive committee.. W. Allsop.Wlersdale I .
I
the Mt ,the wind and
summer high
the assistance of the fare laddie and;)I .' | employees has been In vogue, but ; J A. Knight. Starke: N. A. There are many young people la.
held him n' I'
ea port though If conditions -
kip to make ,this greatj l.a1 one off, become ore favorable by night I while his system In some way has the Harrl_. F-rnandlna, R. J. Oliver St.neustine. Miami and Dade county Interested to',

triode pleasure'aad sport. ) advantage over the pay car, those de-. W J. Nesbitt. Fort Pierce.Kd learning book-keeping and ateaocra-
he will away ..11I1 I f
get then but if not. 1
I
t 1 { pendent upon the company for a salary T. Lewi*. SL Petersburg The & phy and the Metropolis propose to )
wait until the weather I* suitable.
much preferred the latter. 'atlon sow numbers ion members and make It possible for two of them to ,

PERSON LrI Tio1 a The pay train Tuesday looked natural before the\ end of the year a membership have a chance" without tile coat of a

] tI aDd brought back pleasant memories of .2.500 I* confidently expected: single dollar. For fall detail :of the BOOKSELLER

..ip I Esa ; HOTELS i ARRIVALS. of the put when a great majorityof The association will soon hold Its auinal plan see the sixth page of thla,paper

|Mr. sad Mrs. Forest BaJdwia.'proalt WWsSAN the railroad employee would walkup convention which may probably MIAMI ILAA

people of St. Augustine are { to the window, receive their money fw! held In Ocala.-Or Ia Banner. BIDS WANTED.Tender .

1 tile visitor to the! dty today.A. CARLO-! and be "dead broke again'before the eec. are requested for the delivery ion
Dr. R. Fltzgivena.. Mason M. Clark, the beach at Cape Florida la'' vldn-
day was over At a special meeting' of the Hllls- .
| A.'Dooley. of Cutler Is IB the a tj New York; J. W. Frailer, Tampa; T. This train was handsomely equipped.' borough county Bar Association held Ity of Old Town. South Point and Splendid Square Piano to food ... .r 1
R. : pair for sale, very c.1Ira.. E. Q.
Anthony, H.; B. Yarborough. Palm .
of twelve hundred too native
There wharf
were four can, Including the tt the courthouse yesterday afternoon
Beach: forest Baldwin and wife 8t Beck. 1M : i
lay and supply ears all of which were resolution were passed addressed to rock la piece not under fifty ponada.

.H. HasJett, of Arch Creek!. 'Is,' here Augustine. ; Mrs.1 L. !.A. Welch Maltoon.m. equipped' In a modern and ap-to-date. Judge J. B. Wall of the Circuit Court Work to begin not later than May lit.: OFFICES FOR RENT-Single or **t- .a

oa business j !'! manner.-Gainesville Sun. molesting against the re-admission torattle. and completed by August lit. II04.l! suits; see MeAHlster-Beck. real estate I
.,.- 'i PIONEER ,i, Rejection of' and an bids reserved
ee.s of M. L. William dls- any
recently 120 M Twelfth Fla.
Street. Miami. -
oseph Orion of Cutler' I* U r howlRe.tieg W. A. Bates, j Jacksoaville; A. A. Commissioner of Pensions Ware ha I burred' by Judge Wall and declaring by R. M. Manroe, .

friend: I. I Dootey. Cutler; I j k;;, H. Hailett Arch wtabllshed' a bureau of examining *.,. him unfit to engage In the practice o'law. r4 Cocoaaut Cro... ':Fla.vorma I Pleaaaat Sleeping Room in my .,
Creek: W. D. j eleoa, city: Ben H. genes for the examination
Federal
o( This Twelfth-Street Residence. Shower
action the bath
wa remit of a
W, Frasler, of Tampa. I* among Doster. West Palm Bench; Joseph soldiers applying for netuimJ TVI. .... allllK_ ,._. I CONTIr '1. I J J'W
visit made .. .... >. ... For oat at santmer ._ Mrs
visitors the He U f I ---- --- Tampa last ;a
fa city ;
today) Grimm Cutler: Ceo.. W. Mw ftt. dt ; board I* composed of Dr. J. !r. XeI' week. He circulated among the local I E. C. Beck. 1M i

OII baaness.I J. H. Tatnm. rttrr 1 Klnstry, Jr_ Dr. J. B Curtis and Dr. her a petition to Judge Wall asking for Every subscriber to the Dairy Metropoll .1 11
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I W H. Slblev. To the effort if can aid some deserving younj t Miami Conservatory of MaalcFraaklto '
Qf., Anthony, lA. P. Anthony, and I Hon. his reinstatement In the practice of his 3
& Tarborough. of West Palm COULD BB :IIKFLTENCED W. G. Robinson register of thej United profession and presented to the la.rf't'a ..- man aad woman la aecurlnc a buds r I Coieman Bush,, Director i
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I-<- -- States Land Offlce, la due education by using the ballot to which I ZZC Twelfth Street. 411 ..
j credit visited that Judge Wall
eh. are In the dty. had promised
i Says Professor W>rt of Judge Charles for the establishment of t111[ they are entitled oa payment of cabcriptloaa. -
I bureau to reinstate him If be would
se
Swafne. here He ha worked' eon Read our offer oapage. : IIst.II I Shoes for Baby nay color, at II 1 ...
i H. Doeter. of West Palm Beech, hard nd faithfully the signature of a majority of I ; ,
cent The Racket Store.
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moug; those from oar more north* some Urn to secure jthe establishment the bar to a petition to that effect.-
,, Waahagton. ApHJ# SI.-John ;Wurta.I of ; :"i
the board to
t Mighbor In Miami today.. j jr I 1 I a professor of to* La.hool of Yak Calaeivflle Tampa Tribune. CARE: OF HOUSE: WANT.one : .- ,, Headquarter faa feeling that this point wa more central ate at Wilson *
I furnished Flye'i. T
have their
t testified yesterday desiring to I
..4.Xra. Harrr: Lane of Jack agalast Judge for applicant to come beret! These J
I Charles Swaynf before the ,House bureau are alwav home eared for during tile Hammer, fH DeelPIIIIJ eMs rooma for rent, taanlra -
grille. are In the rity for a few day. I Boa-partisan, both' 2
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'Lane to taktag a, much_ ;needed Committee. oa the JndkHary. Judge Democrat and Republican receivingappointments. i BUSINESS LOCALS. \ the UM of a portion of the same may of Bank of Bay B aenya*. :

reaLJ 1 [&WI,.. !'wns preuent and will crora-. -Gainesville communicate with ""IT ear of MatropoUa. >
_ate.sary 8uait] "aT% *T* *l JT* l
examlaej! Profeaaop ,Wnrtx today. see. FOR MElOn SCHOOL BOARD.I Hotel aid famfllea raaTmaami bey geaalsa

au. Frtobee leave'tonight j fort I/ Aa to ,Judge gwayne'a reputation la F. L. Huffaker. who ha been city hereby announce myself aa a candidate awn at BiacmyB- One .

nt Fan, N. t. for the worn- Jacksonville, ria" ]Professor |Wurt* editor of the Herald for the pa* two for re-election to tile offlce of LTVELT: CONTEST. Company. la

Mr. rrta....'. lauach ha been; aid: "Judge Vyae's reputation I InJackmnvlle rear, will sever his connection with member. of Board of Public Instruction One vote with every tea cent paid
for rabacriptioa to the Daily Metropo- Par* Tennessee arras oa sale at 1
I at Peck A Bailey-a; shipyard aa* wathat) of a judge who that paper eat Saturday. Mr. HI\:!" of Dade county subject to the Democratic

|his return next tal}. i\ WM one* to tuflntnc*. and whose de- her expert: to remain In Tampa. The primary May let l 04. Ifs which man be used toward' paying Bianayaa Drag. Compaay. 142

> 'dalon were governed by other loci of Mr. Haffaker some worthy young ..... way -
1 t' considerations will be a p.enJU W. M. Burdine. If want lea that \
cream
you Ii.r>o4mA
R. Roland aad to the"asking than the .. through a cmmpondene coarse to
frlte are thf law and evldence. for the Herald, u It ha never
enjoyed It of
buy the BI8carM'
boot k.eplag or rteaography. rorfaO pure rq
,aAr n tour'of th* east ." I more than Its bare affability FOR SALE.-A flrat-daa 1 sailboat
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They are prominent octetv' The- witneea lestifled that Judge' sad brilliancy. HOW tile vacua Wt bulH by aa expert and worth $150. particular* read. the. halfDapnoanesent'in aa- Company. They use Twu- ."'.... .c

,>'of.Harrtsbnrs.'IPa., and aft: oar Swayne had a private car of the Jack- by tile retirement of Mr. Huffaker wfll Will sell for ITS. Apply to thus< oIIIce.lOt. ...,. paper .. 1UWa 1

| .wiling trip. +eoa villa. Tampa Key West Railroad' filed remain! .
jdaac j to be see.. Mr. Huf UM or.cnaa to an our
'I school shoes IS
1 H j i at hia I. Constitution eenti
; disposal ta something Tike I I ha
two don
good work al the lord ka sirens act abo hare the plate
'' Everyon P-aac Th. Racket Iton.J"VRHIIBZD .
f at
Agricultaraj pair
: at last an Avenue D will
Hall, year during the of
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receivership Ma- newspaper field, ha acquired cream oa saW at U'.BIaeayne
I l: many : Drug
was wed patroaiaed and e* a blue Sag over the grocery aloe
many &ba Young who was
appointed by i iMisal
.armstt9da., nd.hla-tray. -
rnoaplr tripped aiFay U light Judge Swame. During i.tr174 *f Wm. Slmnnoa A Co. This algBlAM HOVER Cuss..' .
the amaitrtmoaths. win be watched with toterwM bn \ .... fII' We
Istle. to a late hoar. Many elderly I from May to December .. Taapa Tribune. 1 that they ..U VERY TRUE goods at oa Tnth street .tor mt Apply. rraaklto Oatg M s>.... dlrtar.T .1t

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f LARGEST IN ITHE WORLD. a eonplete waterworks system which I!ococ ,
fresh and pore water In every
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Is j Le Chic I-ea ram of F. A. Uwter pen >t all times. A Beat many tour-i I i Bush & Safford I AHH'
at Orlando.It :. UU liars visited Ue farm daring the I
may not .. kaowa to a vet, large .. wlnwr. and they hare all expreeeed 1 I'I i iiMwpontvd 510.000 I ISol.
camber of 'Wrldlans that within the the (opinion that Ue whole esUWtabjien Q Raprasrntstivep
the corporate' limits of th. city of ; has few. superiors 'la this coun i Steinway cSI I Rates.
a blocks from i spends only six Emereors X> >>
Orla SA. sad poly few try. Tbe proprietor I ],
: I .a* center of business them to located months of the year In.Its active man Other Hash Grade Pianos >j j
and successfully running |one pf Ue agement. the ablaaee of Ue time be U
largest poultry farms tai I the United In '"Ue woods" of which he ,owns a 'Pianos from $225 up. Cash or | I
States. The words "succinsfully run- treat many thousand acres In different niag and Repairing. A few ; !]
a1ac'" are used adrtsedly for then !serl parts of the State. There ls nopoesible j used pianos. Open evenings I Cou.ntywill| want all the news
:.ftI'J' enee that this on. to a nee doubt that the climate of is to be an interesting one be-
_a .aM It w.u kam that act Florida Is peculiarly adapted to the OXOCCOXXXOXC CCO i> elections,
"mole-than pens out d tweet successful raising of One poultry and ,
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-: .mbart la the poaltr74 bumn..u whit this manager Is doing can be j
It rMt ssac'U Iltaadoll7.er done by any i one who will put brains # State and County
the'farlt ts DOt It In the North and
"""'j t And ret and labor Into The
with 0.]b .I, but with!Ue men West where the winters are lone and -
sad womea who make lb. & eapt. L cold. there are many obstacles la the I
A. L wtaa. owner and maaagW of Ue path of Ue fancier. la this mild and E A.
Standard Poultry i Farm:: Ma raised healthful. Ornate large profits are la Metropolis
chickens for fUUen years,but.It to only More for Ue poultry producer.. Pioneer
la the last four:years that..fcas made whereby it can offer
that ,. CONDITION. rates for various
It profitable., During' period CROP 1! RATES newspapers
ha*,doubled his capacity busm.s* eachaWOQMdlDC i be no excuse for people re
s year *nlUl the ;put'L* lea As Exlstlac Tkronchont Florida for Hotel Corner t as to the happenings of
ke has sold close ;io six Uotsaad dot- the Week Kadla April II.
Jar .worth, of stock. aa* expects to I
.. '-.... eatlads. U.| Inert*an tin fc :T ach M the temperature was. nearly normai r
..;..wa dollars a fear j His farm, over all actions, bets sights and Ue i The battleship Maine was blown up It I. :
;. walck? nks been modeled. arranged last day of Ue week were eooL There In Havana harbor la February. ISM. the RATE
artier his own' Ideas, aow Mutates forty was an almost total absence of rala.I On February :a. Isis W. R. Hearst I State 11'W
dletlsct varieties ICIl Ua4 sad water telegraphed to Grover Cleveland'Uat I I
Ue soil
I to less active
Cotton planting United
i.. fotl&. tacluartg ail Ue standard and I Ue Governors of fifteen states the Metropolis
and bine>> too dry In some sections for fer- news to
fancy breeds Pail the big Cochins Mayors of fifty-two cities and various One Year
-, $hma4 Mewl to Ue unique sad.ui nation of seed; Ue last planting other persons bad accepted membership _

........ little : Cochla I ibaatama.1, shows' only partial' germination and OB a committee organized by hi. started Union $10.00
, sometimes kaowa,u Ue "wild poultry the cool-nights\ retarded growth some paper to raise funds to erect a National forming -
., J... monument to Ue men who went
what. Chopping to fairly active. ton) h.
Mr. Lewter hay lately Imported down with Ue Maine, sad asked permission Times-Union 15.501
t pea of his rare variety of which there As a whole corn Is doing well. to add his name to Ue com he could I
are but few;a America. His business Stands are about Ue ..an"but the mittee. Mr. Cleveland neat this. replyto to get i with Semi-Weekly Times-

[,. a1Fes4y extends to nearly ever, State dry weather and cool nights are bar- Mr. Hearst: "I decline to allow 1 Lewis i iSan. la.00
U tea-,and orders for eggs from lag a deleterious effect Some corn my sorrow for those who died on the ., 'I
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Kansas. Iowa. Montana sad eves OreKOU. -. was planted during the week. Oats Maine to be perverted to an advertising twice a week '.2S
.are lot maeommouy The past aeaon are heading nod some ere almost scheme for Ue New York Journal Beach News I .QO
..kas madu ao less than thirtybtadred ready to eat Fruits are holding very ,
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four shipments of eggs and ... I
well, notwithstanding Ue dry .1aUIer.Otru A GREAT STKSATION. .
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w earefuny have they been packed trees to good condition, but
are all l back
dues before
ha Then was a Uf eeoaaUoa to LeesvflU pay they
a4W.tbt'.IT. egg lows:
\ spraying Is done to
being destroy
broted or .... cracked. some lad, when W. B. Brown of thai of these offers and Ue red spider. Can vontinues to ad- My skin I
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who to had
'. Deelag the kateklag'avasoa sores place was expected must accompany all orders for.
his Ufa saved by King's New Discovery ea. "
__ lera incubators sad eighteen I Gardens,.. languishing pro .
somewhat.akboagh .
for Consumption. Be writes back
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patent. Woodere..re kept tt constantmsa. I
vegetneles
are plentiful and
1 eadmred Insufferable agonies from
and so carefully to Ue breeding large shipments of beans sad tomatoesare I ADDRESS I
and.kaicklng'carried .. thai' W per being ..... Ram, sad warmer Asthma bat yourjKew; Discovery rave I had ,"
relief
m* immediate and thereafter
e.at'if: Ue are fertile, and Mper noon -
eggs_ to use
: weather are heeded over aO sections. "
effected: a complete cure. Similar ,
peat of the feat11.gP an katcad -
cures of coneumption. ..,. erst.
.atlt.teb.. each: breed m"kept; laseparate Now.. PniC; WUeauM has rushed to are peeamoa Metropolis
..... brnochttls and grip numerous meat
yard aad ,an at wklckre the rescM 04] kto boss, Cxnr ea L It ,
It's tt* pestles remedy for all threat: -ka.- i
models of d.islbar \ wm
take more than his labored effort troublea..
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ud tung fries JOe and UM know \
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l dltliiaa $wt: .__ awme.ID... .quipK4adudiag -, by'thi BoOewmj ware wit kettle Ouaranteed. by I j all druggists.\ TrialfNe. I f -.
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Florida East Coast Ry. To A0 Whom It May Coneera: board of directors may b* filled by To All Whom It Mar Concern: s Trade Mark:

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LOCAL TIME CARp No.53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.. < deralgaed ntend' to apply to his Excellency. of the officer and director wbo are Intend to apply to the Honorable -

Wffliam 8. Jennings Governor to conduct<< the business''of the corporation Minor 8. Jones Judge of the s "WADDELL'S

wrasasao-sup Snt se 1M.oUnS-aua M.M j of the I State of Florida for Letcharter- until those elected at the first Qn-uU.Court of the Seventh Judicial s ,J ...

fcS s.. Sa a+e.1* taw iN is sh 1..,N aw r.1 tw.tr a1a 31 ten Patent on UM proposed efeetion shall be qualified areThom- Circuit of Florida within and for Dad Guarantee a a .S '3

DO1J. telly.ntnoac. l.uy. ALt. DUIJ. B.lir De1a/. hereto annexed: I I.. Costigan. president; Edward Burke county, 'for said Jndfe'e approval of I Written Contract"

....... UUMMu nlleie .. Jtr..Y1. N II This 24th day of February. A. D.1S04 ( first rice-president; John F. Olive, the proposed Charter hereto annexed,
..... tmriiii 1t t' ieie .at.A.c *Un. .j'iet.' ISIS 130/ P :: 1 EDWARD BURKE upon Monday, the Myth day of Apr. S A
second YI -preeldell& 8. L. Patterson.secretary )
.. .. 11 .. ..-. Butler.... .... ( e N I ..... ; You .
u ii A ...s riu it... U$ U1 344 ..... | JOHN T. OLIVE. I" and treamue*; and Thomas A. D. 1904. at Tltusnile. Florida s tre tt it/d or !i i ii 1

u N is u p 1. N.Ar..P.t.r Lr : N .r.... THOMAS COSTIOAN. Coetigan. Edward Burke, John F. Ol- I Dated' this 10th day of March. A. 0194'4. He it tot.He i, .(
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Ire W. W. Erwin, and S L. Patterson I r
TL fts..Afa..N./.L .- let* .f.... 8. PATTERSON.CHARTER. C. L. F. ROBINSON. I putt you oo top '
: : }: hall constitute the budil of directors '
f tie SN&L.sa.NsI. .r rN. till to : byreyvu ., the i'i'' j

........ ... .. lit.. *...* ..L* ...... ...... .. .1.. I I The organization awl first annual T. M. LEONARD. ( 'i r' .at
... ... I J. F. OLIVE.
MlIllfe .B .n lli. "IH 1 meeting <>f its Stockholmshall beheld I
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fl N 'lii lip M TeMM ....Orvoa..., i(*s t t1 w... The undersigned persons Thomas on the first Monday la April A. B. A. HART. lIe N Lrp M ye.eW' .;
up 1 ear .
... M 31 p D.r.sa.... 1 n 4U$ N .., p." -1
Costlgan. Edward Burke. John F. OUr CHAS. H. OARTHSIDE.:
if Jort" .. D. 1 H la the city of )(laml. P1orld.P 11M e/I' ce I. y.s per.ni 4et J i t
-- S 4 p UMsUM .. 8. r.i.. "k N A Me It i s j W. W. Erwln;and 8. L. n.r-. I I oIl1aia NtIaIy. grl:
:n the principal place of business of
.. p ...0k Hill... so .a.: I
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the of *-"'. The undersigned peraona. C. L. F.Robinws.
I purpoee g iaeorpor-
Patterson A Erwin; and thereafter A. WAODCU.Offkt
I ... o.i T. M. Leonard J. F. OUre.E. .
sled under the law of the State of .
::;:: on the first Monday In February
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.b..tl.a. II Me.I444 ...... .: Florida :. A. Hart and Chaa. H. Garthalde. Reel late. r.t_.... ReNS a .
.......- '_ ._.*!. Lerte.... .. .. of each and i ere year. toI.....ipens I I
.-. tr fsntt 'p p.. ilp ...Ft. P+.rr. ... 11 N 1.31 U M The following la the proposed charter hereby associate themselves together
: .Sle..la... t0 .. I* If. .. The officers aid board of directors First JUL Bail luil PIa. ]
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for the Intended for the purpose of becoming Incorporated
saw ... .. lees* ... eorporatloa:
of said. shah be elected
corporation at
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under tIN of th
chapter Act
.... St..rt ::: N : .. ....... Article One.: The Bam of the corporation the Beat annual meeting of the stockholders N
.. Abe BMM., Its*........ ..,- shall be the Dade Coenty of A. D. UOL of the Law of Florida -
... 0 lie and at each annual meeting
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M 8 {ti 1'.l. t<..r S | M*| I.ei* ; Title Inauraoee and Treat Company. Th. following ia the proposed charter two B BsTTSa
s; a of the stockholders thereafter or If In THAN fan.
r tm* .r.1. s..r. N p f r teat* .
.... with principal offlcee at Miami. Dade for the Intended; aoeItt1.ud club: -
p.-. .......-. ........ 1"1"M" .p Coast FloridaArtW. any year no regular annual meetingfor Article L Th Mm of th* society Here's aster foe the MSTto/roar'
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to
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tf .; .1' .ilwda+ + '" Two. The Pearl nature ef and club shall lea Miami Gad Claire and we know vase
how
... .. 81 .!. ., piss. IMiIt" elected at the next meeting of stockholders to help ,-- W.:
ts* UM Ar .Mi l Vr t i,. ;r the bnalaesb to be tranaacted shall be with principal erne* at Mi M. Dade earn II: I'so 7o. pal a little more w
thereafter called ,.
for that pr- press .f 00.
''rIMM...**....M Meltnete wtttn.MM I*sot then.Bohadnla the Insuring the owners oJ real estate poM. _DT. Florida. ,o. ..... The paper price aid of g.Ute. the .w*

i{ mortgagee*, and othera Interested Article Six. The highest amount of Attics Z. The general nature of the Tiaie.inio and Citizen. has reoeatiy DUI

Good n..d Between Jackaoamie and 8t Angrutiae | In real estate, aa owners. Ineum- object of the corporation society end heea reduced to the roUo.I. prices
Indebtedness which this
laccaMmug tiwt7f'M' iaf'M.dt' i braacen. or otherwlee against lot by company may club shall be the development had per- Three the..... ........... UN'
a. ets+ D.1 at time subject Itself la one-half Mil: mOD''.....
D.+ Del lyis any :.. .
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| !T. luewrai Dew Dstl7 Pally| D.u7 I p ly R La k a.i tolly+ DatI7 k s. reason of llena Inenmbraneea or de- fection of skill on then of th* dub's 0'. u. g N
of the amount of Its then fully paid 'ear.. ............:.:..:... S M
Net MMe If Up ifs s...l SCSI> S n pl Slip | teethe titles; the loaning and Inreat- stool members the art of wing and trapshooting send
is la capital both
l.LMA.e.aa..... : UMS uat le. afe ; 411S14 IMp.llM* and also Ute entertainment Dairlli dlhood you the
|lID' of money npon securities spas Its Article Seven The sod : Tlaee-U.1oa sad
Barnes
residences
*tat *,tat s '+ ae.Set sa 7et sw>|e own account and aa agent or tnIteetOl' of dub of similar kind and of ClUaea aad Ute ]Xn.oPOLID for:
..niacuownuta Deus Deura k7 32.I k 1' k 117 I D.+ls t.3.Da/1 y I Ddir Dew Dew of the iaeorporaton of this: her of such club In friendly contestsof 8ixi8lx: -&he.1.............. .... I..
other persons; the acquiring holding company and the amount of capital 0. wearill.......... ............ t1 31
tw.a ASS.... .N TMrMe f seeMS r1AsJsas.i.1us 1. n.. i3 eta ate using leasing. Improving' and ISJlvk y
t ttiS t3Mp I / e l See 11 stock subscribed for by each are asfollows TIU.IOII Cltlaesasad W
posing of property real and personal also the giving of prize to person .M '
tI : Thomas CosUcan. New York M iTaorous'
Tha'T'oIlovtnc Arc Through PcXhnaa Trainaimn the accepting and executing of troatapamant competing la contests of skill at wing '
City one hundred and four (104) : months for. ..... ..
TUN I t winia runs to order Judgments and and trap shooting. .".... i 1l
esje.ft w at-n. r T.c*sad llecMe lieelil I se.tl.M le-Chlrtce ri :*ae a MUI shares; Edward Burke, New York City 0.. Jear. .,,....... f5
... w N-.st w&I f.l.Ll a l U I + to w n-TSMM**>/lende+ LIIUM decreea of courts of record, and by Article J. AH member of this dub
ie. w w-wh+.M PbrN.U.t..d tt.d l-TN n..+d.U..dTh one hundred and three (103) shares; shall be gentlemen of at least & Thus for t* cents mere than the _
virus of dvfses and 1rllltr.oae -
bequests aetlacaa
of
sad ; John F. OUT. New York City price 'be daily*" PI
ww.i s.e..p.wd .l..lwl7.t> PI'Can estn ma lue wlU W befi4. one ewepaper.
s,.s..i ef tee tbeee trmlee ea v hfea ae. tre e*SMI fare le efcen.lAMD acent. attorn'ey-ln-fact. executor.admlniatrator hundred and three (lox) aharea W. ,can of age and scan be admitted and for fifty cents more ,It.. the rag ,
trustee ; to membership la said. club by a majority slat price of ite Mara r' ua.7Min l
assignee assignee
uJYOID PZ4XCK. oLNGP CITY WZCE.j W. Erwln. Miami. Flau aerenty-flre the Semt-ITeekly '!'Imes-Uuoa tad
4 I rot* c: the Executive: Committee
for the benefit of .
creditors receiTer Cities aid Ute r.....
(75) .shana and & L. Patterson Miami. and Trish
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of this cl1lb.ArtIcI. .
lY.no... Orow...
/ J7 AN p.11f D./1 D.11 Dail D.1s or guardian; and owning and Fla. one hundred and flfteeaIIS ,

N ........l.r......TIt..l1t. j j fNi. i:. 1 :r. .tw operating tltlea la abatraet Dade boob eorerlng Florida lavd and I ( ) shares. club Is .to 4.exist The II term twenty-fir for which year this la Bend advance yoyrKibeeripttoai always at these tea prices*. t.+s '
County ,
N .......ff. 1Np L..or.. Tn MsTBoroua
a u w y q. 4 LINI THOMAS (X) TJOAN. (Seal) ,
....... N s.. tl Ar..Or. p J... the making and idling of abstracts.. : EDWARD URD:.' (Seal) Article t. The name sad residences ...... Fta
searches of title therefrom. of Ute subscribers are a* follows:
b.te r .i7 XATOST sail M >f1D I JOHN F. OLIVE. (Seal) +
T. M. Leonard "
reaidiag at Roue"PoIDL
Article Three. The amount of the
sly I D t11 .
UAXC11L W. W. ERWIN. (Seal)
.1.1piss
capital Rock stall be Fifty thousand

'._, -_-_ .too...._, -__-.-_--._-_.-...._.... SiKRIULAR dollars (50000.00. divided Into fire 8. L. PATTERSON.- Seal) Charles H. Garthalde. residing at Cooley & HomerTteRuIEstitfuJRtiulAcTits

.._ --_.+.-..........._.. bnadred shares of the par value of Miami. Fla.
.. .. ... .. STATE or FLORIDA.
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.. _" ...... One hundred domes (1100.00) each, E.: A. Hart residing at Rhode talent il .
COUNCY OF DADE
which ahan be payable at the opUoa : J. F. OIl... residing at New Tort
CClDCMTAt 9TEAMWIP COHHECTIOIIS AT IAMLiiemicnoa On this day personally appeared before C. L. F. Robinson residing at New
of the corporation la cub '
or propertyreal Thomas
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... BAN at mum wra nuxnp .* till P. a .. l a. cesvurr ret or ....... at a Just YA1ua tics me John F. 00etJ.. Edward port. R. LArtIel. List Yoir.Pro crtr Win nc.f] i
Burke W. W.
Olive. Erwln. .. -
The business of this .
to be fixed by the Board of Director corporation
HAVANA. KEY WEST AND NASSAU. and S. L. Patterson to me well know* shall be
I of this company at -meeting called described conducted by aa A SN pesos of"J II'M''
aa the persona la and who peoperaf
Ter,,_T........... t1...W WIC.sitst ...f totke" ....asd M sad..,.,. for that purpoee. Executive: Committee of fire members with riparian nghu, wilhlaafew
S..r./ ... -.I---. ke\lk lr aTrtvel*t..,*rMr... M_.....Is.K e........., subscribed their names to the foregotag --a president a rice-president, misuses wart of the hnriaes*eeelsr
i:... ..1M O-fM':rMa ll1M......."'! I.. ea7 MIaJ W W-.q.e.r allay laves Article Four. This corporation shall ,articles of:h.eorporatloa aa ''and secretary and treasurer. The omeea. Itamt betas tIO fee ej bay sad

continue and hare foil power to nero for articles of corporation of the 400 fee deep having a lot *f gee
of secretary and treasurer .hen !be
eta, and Ita fraaihlsea bearing trees oa It. This la a lav
Ver C.sr.th. LOCAL TTJt CA2D.vDtr. lafenaaaae. operate corporate Dade
County I..ca&It.d
Title | fllled by one and the same p.,... place for a winter home. '

1SIE.: |THX: TICKET JAOIKT," privileges power sad *nmunl- Trust Company, and did severally acknowledge 1 He names of the offlcera. had members .
'\ till for the term of nlnetyatao (:PS)
J. 7X 3ULHVZX. ..... ( -. Paam. Apn .. ST. AimUSTIHX TLA that they executed the aame .. of the Executive Committee who 328 helnt StRtL SaIntr BIIcL _
yeaia from and after the eomaenee* for the and therein '
east
purposes ex- MIAML
----- }- -- f are to conduct the huatn'eaa of the eor- FI.A. -
I I meat, of its corporate existence pnaeed. !poratii until those elected at the flrat ;

Article n... The huataeei ef this IN WITNLRS WHEREOF I harehereunto election shall be qualified are: C. L. F r,- ,,

HEAVY BJ.ACKSMITUINO. rompany shall be eondacte4 by aboard net my hand and official v Robinson, president; Chaa. H. Oartbslde. White Eagle Barter .

,Horee-8bolnr.. Wacnn A Carriage Won of fire (S) director, a presidentAnt this JItJa day of February A. rice-president J. F. Olive !
: secretary
f B Haven J All, Ktnde Rp Inf.Bnslng rice-prealdent-aeeonl ylce-pied D. UM; Four CbairL No
Wiit
'! and SoMeriaf and treasurer and J:. A. Hart. T tilfi II

a ," All VTork Gsansseed. rintClaes.Ooo. dent secretary and treasurer and aty (Seal) J. W. HORNER )( Leonard, the Executive Committee Best Serrice ia the City.

.A 1 t : other such offlcer a..genta or employ Notary Public In and loren of said. club. A. COLBY. Pnttaw i iH2 .

:. i9 11.op; ja.xroxa.xa D. aa. may from time to time be .P+oul tea the State of Florida at Larga The organization and first annual TwNhr ae..a.TYoucansave '---'-- .

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--. meeting of the members of tale club
f
r ,I II vhall he held on the first Monday la
i i Clubbing
Ula J. McDonald January A. D. IX*. la the city of ,

:Miami. Florida at the Seminole Club

[ BOARDI [ SANITARY and thereafter oa the first Monday ia Rates 4

.SSE PLUMBING and January of each and every year.

I i Article 7. The By-Laws of this corporation money by subscribing

I PLUMBERS' are to be made altered or rescinded

!4rti6 Railway by a two-thirds rot of the for the papers

f SUPPLIES members of thin corporation ia good you want through I'

standing at the time of the passage of -
Cknlu1, u< Bitty The
I any by-law. :

All kinds of wheel Article S. The highest amount of Indebtedness

l[Savannah C lumbi, :Camden; Southern! Pines. for sale or rmt3llta -- or liability to which thla Metropolis. '
t- ::.
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, t Street liMcNelll corporation shall at any time subjed
4 I. ,
', Philadelphia New: York. itself shall never b* greater than two- We can give you the

*'* 4 thirds of the value of the property; of Daily Times-Union
-, ---r- had
Three Elegant Trains Daily. the eorporaUoB

Seaboard ,NtH York, Li Mi tea. & Co.' Article I. The amount In mine of the Daily Metropolis far '

Seaboard .Express Seaboard Mail It <'. toj. real' estate U fee simple, or sal leas*. I lo.oo a year, or both

". \ -i hold estate, which the corporation may for six months lot-

'-'** Modern Pullman(! I Equipment. Livery 'Feed and SaU Stable hold subject always to the approval '. .oo. i!

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I of the Circuit Judge, shall not he over

TV. *.keer1 .Ce* j Tart /U-aite-t H t ..tlk.... tk.ls. e'i.p..d _tel.Heif .4ew ..... Y I -: '12th I the sum of tXMM.C *
West of
..........e. ..... "'''_.'...,.WIMJ- _.... ... ....rvM.a *....... k I Streit, Railroad.
k A lids ........11..." New[ Y.rtY -vie, WYr/M1.1.1.a.1.a tw '.......tt....p K I I U F. ROBINSON I I I
..4_--.UI ..d.ll7.asaAfa..A,&IoIe w.r,.m..1i.Ae.enre FtorMe>". !! We have gentle horses.broke for ladies to jride and drive,, T. 1C LEONARD. Ther\ I -


nl1 line peratin daily through sleepers fre m.lacksonrilk I J. r. OUVJ:. ,
.. Good I'' Comfortable Carriages E. A. HART.CHA8. Daily.Metropolis
i iTimcssLnion
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to New Orleans.
H. OARTRSIDE.:
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;. First:ssfTpams; and [I 0o

:- t Driversi.LXlSlllll6 STATE OF FLORIDA SemWeekfj e
f: ReIJftl1 ; Wfiite .
f For :full info" ationV .hepe r reverratHMis call on any agent of the COUNTY OF DADE: '

i I.... Seaboard .write r- ---r -- -- --- -- --- -- ---- On this day personally appeared he- i

.'..'I.tl..4... .'. ..K fore me C U F. Roblnaoa. T. M. Leon .

frl;: 0. I D )pN'BLLL ,ct GU. Pan. i
: UF'ti.d j H. Oarthside to me well knows aa the + 1

S..t .BOYLSJON. Jr.. Pass.. Atrt. I Ii I IacusMsl R cml.PubH6A persona described la.;andj who smherrlbed Weekly Metropolis and Semi "

i : j I :- their aamee to sad eieeuted Weekly.hes-Union botb s-
v Co.
.... : z r .. .. I" ...llce_ d a b..Wtvn7 tnti.ratr the foregolag article of tncorporatioa tone year. S2.OO.
iII"j- j f ....-j ruu 5...-._.w n.._,ia.. ii wilt ....._..Iu'.......fa.i17. T... as and for artldea of IncorporaOoa of n. '.
Ml;1 :nM! .dell UM!.k. K4iM4 kr .. !...!....' ees ... Half taw --
{wlLTM a. CBiRAHK. JAMCa lACKIIOX. S L &TT&IOJI ,' hT '.. the Miami Qua did
l -Sr.-- b.d..e nMvk ta.I web .. taimM ,- ; CJuh aid severally
rie.eMtl I Vlj fmm\tmt\ \ ..!"ar TDade -. .4 K. .iMn.r7 b.= JU._ MfcB r.w ars1" The P
.... .. acknowledge that tJt.IaW the Inn
II"ad4t-Tb..e..dC. iirii M Man Ibis MklicatuM wilt aMWcriptUa b..a...
lea.._k.WlWtki...... T. *. tkt. ". 1611.w+.. same for the and ompano ,
purpores aaea u.enta.spneee4.
_Ie UMlnren : 1 c. Jack, BTill.. nvttka>cMta.tnraa4yM will toe ..atMii4jnrMVTrar- UeCoot
1 cbwy Abstract o. Hnl. n* m turn *. ...*.<.. 9. Pyprieiorr .
E..rr pim... ..Wr .r "1.wW .Ii:1( (s-.AI.M M4 ntinj.rmoftftaarr Ia Wttaesa Whereof. hare sensate
I .....psrtku ar............ winkMBtlf.1 .a.1r by 1 Pom,.; ", Florid
set hand and
oOdalaal
a.; all e.w iat.l7 a my talaseveateeath
< i -r.r writ!.. taMM 5.4 .tltb.en.b..X.. ,
rl : I wcrHHUT"1SFTVBLt 1 .be..tlv.erar.d PL.Ya.o..a...qtrN.o..s I day of March. D. UOt -
[ trr* tmttIndustrial L.. .
Acoommodatiom
i A-MITCHELL.
BCTLDKN'G.j.-I UIAUI. FLA. : toy renllemmoaj
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? Record ComoanyJacbonvJ. Notary PublJe Notary hIaUe.leaL /. Produce buyers and son
l- + ,, hcitore,win find that
they
." n. i. r .' I Fl-. ; .' i : X7 Expires Jagu .I cover More territory ia a ,dat cut
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M a a e..ta.MM1'Ate. t) 'b sl ernb. I .R..1b.r pais C.s.s. T UII. "' any
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I'' The Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks for a report ,of their

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

of the Fort Dallas National to which the public attention is called, showing continued increase .
I in strength and : :
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i Re ort to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition of !the Fort Dallas Nationa

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

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I ',. I"f Loans and Discounts .P . . $163,9jjt: Capital Stock. . .. .'. .. .. ;' I :
$100,000 I ,
'I ;i Overdrafts. . . . .. . . 250, 18 Surplus. 1. . ..1... . .. .I. . .. 2.00000 00 I
I i U. S. Bonds to Secure' Circulation. :!3.000 oo I Profits. ] . . . . . .. .
r r : : . . . .. 1,56972-
I : : I Premium on the same. i>437 5 I National Bank notes outstanding. . .
: I,i ', I.; I'' Dade County Bonds . .. . .'. 5.000 00 !I I eposlts"' V I .I I, . . . . .. .". . 2500000
: ; Banking House . . .. . ... 41.2'413 ; 262,07093 "
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I I' i 1 U. S. Bonds owned . .$56,625 oo I j
.: : Due from Merchants National I I I
\ 'j : i I' I'I Bank ot New york... .,19,15988 I r-
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Due from National I Bank 0 f' '' I
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: J : Jacksonville. .. . 18,39946 1 I ,
!: Due ,from Mercantile Exchange ; I

t I : Bank of Jacksonville 7.33613 1 i
j i Due from Trust Companies of i j I
I New York. .. .. . .. 7,50030 I I j
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i' I"" I Bankers .. . . .. 10,24908 I
i t Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25000 I I
i I Cash>n hand in vault. . 33,263 85_ 1 5,78360
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(I ( ( ; I 17 Suits,:' Wool C3.o"fiLi:1:1.g.Crash, were $to, now: : .,

I' : $5,000.00Worth .11 118\\22 Suits Suits' ; Fancy Homespun, were $12.50, now. $ :675 5 55

Fancy Cheviots, were 115, now .
r R._ ........... .................. '. ..... .. ......... .....................:....... 4 s 19 Suits Fine Worsted, 'A'ereUo, now. t 855
I" ii Suits';Fine Fancy Worsted, 13(75(
r I ;of the finest goods in the" world to be closed out at I 17 Suits Fancy Striped Flannel were, were$25 18,,now now. 16.75 775

47 Pair?Fancy Striped Flannel Pants, were 16, now 345

i T''ark r Cost. I''65 Pair Odd Pants were 3.50.H'a'ts.4 and 5, now 19Si

t =Duck Pats for men and ,
We have. placed these goods in our branch store in the Biscayne Hotel Block to close out : 150 Mens Straw } .. be sold boys were I, now 37c47'MensJFancy
as we have'not' the room for them in our main store. One of the firm and Palm Beach .j I ts to at exact cost
t; salesmen will be there to close out this mammoth stock. They will discount any and all 3d3 175 Felt Hats to be sold at cost I
cut prices that has ever been made. It will pay you tq take a day off'and look through 13 Miens and f o3's Caps, were 7$C and t .oo/:now .. 4be
f I this line of goods, which will be sold at a sacrifice. The season is over and our Sh1rt .i ---
fine for making money on them is past, all we want t is New York cost. Shirts, were 1.25. now 47C87c

; : We will mention: few prices which will give you an 66 Mens [Wilson Bros]Stiff Shirts, were 1.75, now.
sale. 65 1 tens:Madras Shirts, were 2.00,, now. .
j idea of this great cut price I 105
I' 77MensJFine| Imported Madras Shirts, were
wi' Have: the goods to back,what we advertise and if you will drop '1:7nc1e: """, ear.2.50. now I 135

n,'we.; will prove;it to you. This sale will last until the goods We.have most ail 1 sizes, b.-t Wilson Bros. Monarch and duett Makes. "Best by Test."
,. *o dna Iblhriggan Undershirts and Drawers
,. a SUit needs altering we have ,soc good, now .
Sold. Remember 1 the place I Hotel I J lock ? I J dot 37
'are; iscayne next to "Man on the Spot" to do it. balbriggan Undenhir and Drawer.6sc goods. now 45
Store. I I This is S doi Fine IM Undershirts and Drawers, i.So goods. now .
Pflg the chance of life .
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s ? 10 due jnej- Lisle Uodervhin, were 4.*.,, now .
i 4. .. I : I tune to get fine= up-to-date s dot,Wool Undershirts, were}joa, DOW 331'"
The. StIoe. Sale Will be at Our Regular"Shoe StOre.clothingfor, : Ies. th an the price 5 doa,Wool Drawers,were 2.00. now .305'
+ .- 7 : i' ." d' \ of cheap stuff. > ena Hoascry. 9518c
: 'i ljet Fancy HM Hose,now, ft, Fancy Halt Hose,,,.... -
( JOHN SEWELL: BRO. |jet Fancy Half Si-oo How,now aOe soc Fancy Half Hose,now 35c
Fancy Half UOte raw eOc
Belts Suspender and NeckweIJe
4'A J the sane rp.te
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