The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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;voi. i, NO. 114;: I ---i ;::- :.. MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 23. 1904. sze.r.atwa Price 5 Cents 'H.


Pros! t in the S( udan Greater Than Panama Canal Stockholders Ratify f
In Egypt. r Caoal Sale to United. States.

REVERSED I Lon!uzi. April :2!? -The Board of I TO WADE JONES LETTER. I Paris April %3-A resolution of the EXERCISESOf

i | Trade', has ixmied its report in whkh Panama Canal Co. stockholders ratify- j
the itrtton culture of the British Em- Inc the sale of the canal to the United |i it

: 1 pi re and Egypt are enpecially\ com- I t States was adopted almost unanimously -
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,' The report in of a preliminary today, there being but five
TI t f- piled Sh i. natuije$ and gives nodefinlte conclusion ;| 'I votes afta>:nnt the resolution. j I

It is Reported They Lost ,a+ to what extent the Empirecan Made That by Every Act Word and Dejd He Had Beta The secondj! Panama resolution was ; Cocoanut Grove School .1
adopted with two
furnish a supply of raw cotton II only dissentingvotes. I

Thousand, Men mat rial. | Loyal at AH Times to the Jones ramify.i : This complete* tbe transfer to 1{ Last Night J* -

Seven I: It I* ronnitieijed that toe cotton crop the United. States.I I ,

I Iin I dla can he Increased although -- : I II

T i| Indi i cotton Is not suitable for the i Palm Beach Fla.. April 21. 19<>4. inated Dimick at Fort Pierce It la a I FIVE PAY SCHEDULE.Goes j
Bri lIb market. Little extension of I
I Hon. Wade H. Jones, Titusville. Fla.; I well known and acknowledged fact in Effect at Coat Bros. Cotton
I tbe production of cotton In Egypt *
ON THE YALU RIVER I that your son Stanley Jones kept tile Mill Today. ATTENDEDBy
I{ expected, though the prospects in the Dear Sir-it la not with any desireon
nineteen Dimick delegates from Bra I
'I'[ Soudan where the area Is open for my part to gala notoriety throughthe yard together to the end. and withouthis Pawtucket. April 23.-Flv* cotton
planting. Is ten times as great as In .
agency bf a newspaper controversy : I leadership and influence Captain mills In this city owned by J. a P. f

f. Egypt that I am going to enlightenthe Dlmlck'i friends la Dade county feel I Coat Co., went on the five day schedule
RnssiansTbeReport a DeJegatioa from MIamI) While .
.la fierce Fight With public on the matter In controversy assured that he. Dimlck._would never today. TIle plant employee three

Not Official Bat Is Generally ST. LOUIS SUFFERS.And between you and myself, but to i have gotten the nomination on that I thousand persona.i c the WboIe of That Popular \11.-
defend myself against the vicious, 'occasion. Thus the second nomination i I Seven thousand mill operative laI :

Betared True-Anotber Report j 1\'ork'ls Delayed On the Exposition unjust and uncalled for attack madeon due to the Jon( _)family. I this State are working short time, ow- !age Tonwd Out-. rogranae Coo ,:
by a Severe Storm. it
me over your signature and which I II.Take no stori la any reports that i lug to the unfavorable trade condlUlona. -
I slste4 of Farces. Drffls. Marches
Says Russia;lateads to Walt Utfl St. Louis April 21-The blixxard. appeared In the Miami Record on the you may hear connecting me with any ., :

Tth Inst. Your attack Is unjust and ; luke-warmnes or opposition to Wad
Have 6oitteu Rher Behind which vl;/>>d this city three day ago.seriously I CHINAMAN and Mosfc. Al Being ExcepfiOfiaOyWei
I \ Interfered with the work on | uncalled for. aa I bare on many occasions I> Jones. You ought to know me Mtt.rthan vThe =
verbally, and twice by letter to suppose that after Intimating York April 23.-Th* first fellowship Rendered and Retched
Them Before :jStrlcUng.BL the Exposition!: which la scheduled to .
open on April 30. Street traffic which pledged myself In the most positivemanner to yourself and Wide a* I did, my ever won by 'Chinaman\ at
Impeded by the and without reserve, to work .hearty''a >proval of the choice I would Columbia University has been awarded -
; la the interest of your candidacy for then deceive yon to Ch ing Tang Yen Yen for aa exceptionally -
storm has been resumed.and the skies
Pet.rsbar& April 3i.A rumor icpnrrcnt are clear again. Senator In the Thirteenth District. You e at liberty to make any use I brilliant work In die closing cxerciae of die Cocoa-

The occasioned by the stormat That the public m.l1no. what a vile ; of this 1< tter that may seem to you ad- school of political science.' nt Grove school took placeat!I'th*
that thy Japanese 11.- delay
her the Worlds Fair grounds will be traitor: I would be. had I attempted. I* visable. Your very truly Although only 23 ,ean of ass Yen Club House last night, and wen largely -
alned a beard ..... while attempt!- Sighed J. |I Is a graduate of the Imperial Tientsin
overcome by the employment of an any way, directly or indirectly, to j ( ) A. McDonald. attended by tile people of the trove
laf to toad *tu the mouth of the YaliI additional force of workmen who compass your defeat without at ,least I I will than -no defense against a University.His and surrounding country aDd by a
nver. Tb replar t *. .. based' on private. now number 14.000 men. making that fact known to yourselfIn i charge of the blackest, meanest, and fellowship wa won la eoastltutloual considerable delegation of Miami people

Megrams which say the Japanese lost -- advance which you know I did not [ lowest treachery If I caD not prove law.PROGRAM. who felt assured that their visit
do. I herewith publish a letter wrtten I that there to not a sdntlll of evidence - would be repaid by a pleaslag enter ,

aevea thoasaad men. LOST THEIR LIVES to ycu last October In answer to one In your possession, that I caD not REVISED tainment. Nor la this were they disappointed

Th story 'cannot be confirmed at asking I for my aid la support of your prove to be as false aa the Prince of ; oa the contrary they wens

$tto boar and to discredited la quaewber I candidacy. The letter lust referredto Darkness himself and.hell to not hot agreeably surprised by the thorough- 4'

jers the Associated Prep toad* la'a' follows: I enough nor I* eternity long enough nee and proficiency displayed by tile a.

tiPA Dot hIm Beach. Fla., Oct. 17. 1903. I Ito punish tbe scoundrel or scoundrel pupils. TIle farce, drills, marches. f.v>
{.I. An effleial jrtatement
i'' Three brave Firemen Crushed to Mr. Wade H. Jones 81 Lucie. Fla.: i who hare successfully poisoned your For Memorial Day Exercises Next and especially the musical features

obtainaft. > i I My Dear Mr. Jones-Your esteemed I mind against me ta connection with were all rendered la a manner that r t4

4; I i! Death by Falflog WaDAlII I favor of the lath Inst. baa just com this matter. Now, then Mr. Jones Tuesday Afteraooa. reflected: credit' both'on the young performer. ..,

r- tit US CRKDlfg" REPORT. j' to haad. will yon give me, the opportunity to I and upon tile painstaking t

*. April 23.-information .u It la difficult to see what the polltf prove that h* evidence referred to, training given by the efficient priadpal -
I leal situation will be next year. I can as In your p usesiton.. I* false by givIng of the school. Mr. R. E. Hall sad ,}

MKhod bfflcial circle her tendW tceMlm Fifteen Others kiored sulk ftfUfcx i only say in reference to your case, thatUtrfe.JpLlbmrdaas me the nam*,* -.-- of your Jke Gdort I.(OUJelerMS al.d nose,)VboI bin assistant Miss_Laura Taa.... Th
ttkt! report that rather) a aef& 1IUIGft t.. < is3 4
i. other.xjrslnafroa ;Iuiw'k. them because efforts of the children to pleas war
Newntt N. UafUfrjO aI-tvNewark. rVIJoki Parik .,
e. i.tas.eat( bad oeeurraafoa ih. : < jury Mead except that they you mar think that they arc j Tkfr Mist Assemble highly successful, 'aa evidenced. by the

VaJm rlt+.i. Iavottrln. a men to 4 pI sioI c4 W.II, fall.I would support' the candidate that 0....- friends of vonn. They are not your f .12k. a.- Order tf Asseablr. Interest manifested by the audience

Jp..rt column.. tat the information I f Yard county presents, barring. I believe irienda, they are your wont enemies.. and the frequent applause.

t but. one. and you are not that I. will not believe that yon have noevidence During the Intermission of a few : _
tecka popltlven! *** and detalla are ndtr one. that JUMII#'.1'd you in rushing mlnu...,. Prof. Hall took occasion to r

rrrra.| The report la credited ion I April 22.-Three firemen I have no reason to doubt that yon o the telegraph wires and giving as A special committee of arrangements thank 'the patrons of the school for

i/taentlal circle were killed and fifteen others Injured will have the eadOl'lltll..t of your ; our reason for withdrawing from the 1 lof the Confederate Veterans Associa their kind treatment and co-opemUon R

I by fire In the six-story building occupied county and under such rircnmstancea I ace that you were !"dlsgn8ted wltn lion Tlge Anderson Camp. No. 10:. during the time lie had had chant of

I, RUSSIA-SEEKS OUR COW; !jby a manufacturing' company her I will be very glad to exercise' my McDonald's I'OtIdurt'ut yon will Dot met this morning and formulated the the school, and the same thank were iv.w

,. N.w Tirk. April 23.-Th*' interna- today' humble assistance In yocr "behalf. be allowed to rest your can there program for Memorial Day next Tues extended to the people of the Grove a .A
_. i a Wh le the fife was at Its height anda I Yours very trul), I .ododw oyourL .dhple dgbye emfw : day April :&. I generally, and to the Housekeeper

tfcnal banking bourse of dI..1 city hare Coco e of firemen were on the roof of i Signed) J. A. McDonald. The Impartial tribunal of public opinion 1 The procession will be formed. at 2 \ Club particularly, which he said was

rfenrrsd lnUmaUOs' that Russia loin' to II"uall a on story building adjoining aa explosk About two weeks later. I received a "before which your cane and mine |i o'clock at the corner of Avenue D always active la whatever was rondn-

bad for n proposed of one ] > occurred la the burning build- letter from your father advising me to now pending will demand that you and Twelfth Street. It will be noted clve to the good and advancement of

h ndredj l million dollan. U ft can be Ing. 1 lowing out the wall onto th.1 that a report way the la circulation, give reason for being '"disgusted. that the hour of assembly has been the community. In this connection lie

ft nd. :Ouch a:loan would meet withthV smaller building and crushing It that I had made some remark at Fort Yon were not satisfied with flashing chanced from t::3O= o'clock In the stated that he was asked to announce

favor oT Continental English I &114E I antggshelLJTJb Pierce, which would Indicate that I your "dlngust!: with McDonald's, con morning.The that the club would give a cash prize

banker. -i I men were buried la a man if wa not satisfied with Wade Jones asa duct" repeatedly oven the wire, bat procession will be made up ul of three dollars for the best bed of ,-

"CUrrIN MANCt CRIA. i; debris and when taken oat three of Senatorial candidate and that my you rushed Into print with a lot of follows: i phlox grown on any lawn or yard la

April'23.rIa spite them were In a dying condition and I endorsement of him wa very doubt charges against my /loyalty, to your Mayor and Aldermen of that neighborhood.By .

..burc.. that Russia, 14 massing succumbed soon afterwards. Several' ful. My answer to the last above mentloned success so* ridiculous, that every Miami Rifle tlleldt1'1 I request or the pupils. Mr. Hall !

die JaSaassi of the others were seriously I hurt letter is as follows, and speaksfor friend of mine who knew the great 1 Sons of Confederate V delighted the pupil with a song. H*
to reato
!oily thousand troop the river l| ,I Itself: 1 Injustice that was being done to me. Ladle Memorial Association., baa a very fine voice, and the sons;.
eroaslnc Tale I
In I POTASH EXPLOSION : Palm Beach. Fla.. Nov. 3, lto1. advised me to be patient for a few .I Masonic Order. -Satisfied With Uf .- was quite amusing. .
... ear lie assert*! that obstlna opposttlin Hon. Minor S. Jones Titusville Fla.: days thinking perhaps that after I Knights of Pythias.Red I He added a stanza of
of aol'fl.j /his own
to theirlcroasing '|s BO part May Cost a Georgia Man His Sight If
Dear SIr-Your esteemed favor with of my friend who were In a -..... production to the effect that he would
KnroUtktnl plea Not His Life.
& aral I reference to my support of "'... to know what mistake yon had made M.a.All I be satisfied. with life If he Ureived.
that th* Jap-
a* RaaaUaa die Intend river behind] them Macon Ca April 23.-While- 'mixIng Jones for State Senator was duly .. .1 would talk with' you and yon would labor unions are cordially invited \& votes for School Superintendent,

ai.iM-ahall bars to given In fore The' some potash and Urn la a barrel ceived. To say that I was astonished I reconsider your unjust erroneous and i| to assemble In the parade, rid It was evident that If his pupils

halo,* battle do all U I their power to of water yesterday I at the pluWkmor after reading 1C I* putting the case hasty concluKiona. Finding! however, 'The line of march will be dow and the patrons of his school had their
Ttsnslins will I very mildly. to COYer half that no Impression! could be made on Twelfth Street be would his
abe tIIe' ant decisive .ngacmjit *- L. Haddock was dangerously! injured a dozes sheets of foolscap paper la i! your mind b. men who were your the Auditorium. TIle orjler of tI.Pf'ONI .* >; The program was as follow--.
*. but die 'placing! myself right on this subject. I i friendsas well as mine, other than i.. Ifon will be directed i I. Opening 8on.-ay 3 .r
Ia Mancburia jrber the and it .. likely that he .will lose his by the! honl.
RnWan must lie they will U. advaatag left eye. If not both eye*. could not make mjr; position soy I that I wa guilty of all the charge Commander of the camp | 2. Flag Drill-12 Little Boy

believe! bay i 111e mixture cans ao explosion er or stronger than to say that PI.ID-I' contained. la your letter and .tele- Sheriff Frobock will be Marshal, assisted < 3. "Haunted House" (fan-el-Dlek
of pokition. | all heart and best ,I I grams. I addressed to you the follow-' I Peacock Andrew
Japanese" fleet I* again I reported .'bb. Mr. Haddock was at work over my energy by City Marshal Flanaagan. Hardle.
The Wad Jones for that office. 11'Ig letter:: i 4. Three .
rapport Commander R. Little
C. May will be Kittens <
but the to not: the barrel and LU mouth was filled incharge Little
off Port Arthur report! with the caustic compound. The mixture ,can Ullllre -you that there la no man i' Palm Reach. Fla., April 0. 1904. of the directing. At the Auditorium I L
official. I living la Dade or Brevard counties, Hon. Wa<> H. Jones. Titusville. Fla.: Col. R. R. ( S. Lullaby .
L i l was Intended to be wed; In treat- Taylor will. Introduce Song-Mls Fraakl .
S STnTAMER 'HILDEGAIZDE. ,'i iin, i peach tree ; who ever heard me say or even hint Dear Sir: -In answer to a telegramsent tile speaker Brooks. LJule Hardle, Dora Dearborn I

I The sufferer was brought to Macon i iIi anything to.|the contrary. la fact, I by the Miami Metropolis to the TIle Ladle Auxiliary Committee will 'I Eleanor Harris Rhoda Kemp Ladle

Bet*' From Tampa Enroatei i to St.IMarya. .,Ii; and placed la the hospital.Headquarter have,never-apokea to anyone on the Tttusvllle ttar la reference to the be in charge of the music and flower Thompson. EMelle Hendon.S. .
subject except to my own political ; reason w&krb caused you to withdraw Box A t|
OB. Wbr Eh* to Now1'e I CoX"-Dlrk Peacock, fl
'friends, and';to those I have expressed from the Senatorial race. Editor Tatam Mr. L. C. Oliver of Miami stopped Lindsay Peacock. Andrew
Wm* | Clemant AJCnna Camp.No. Hardie.
warmest la1' received die following over In THusrlll t j
myself la th* term. regard reply signed from Mandoy until 7. Walters Chorus and
i |1471. U. 8. C. A.Ml.ml DrIll-By
trim Uttl ateamer HjUecard. Fla. 23, M. I to ,,'ad.'sciadidacya TltosTllle "Star": Tuesday on his way to Jacksonvilleand Twelve Young Ladles. 'I||
ta ponuuad of Captain Btaaioa, ar- Order No. 1. I am not amlndfnl of the fact that | There la no candidate to take Wad place la Georgia. White her 'l Peekaboo-Eight Pupil. f

rtvnd ta portjtoi* yesterday afternoon The member* of General Clemant A. r the nomination for both terms that ;Jones' plae Jones say I be to dts- Mr. Oliver Inspected his orange grove .. Solo-R. E. Halt ,
Cape Dimlck baa served k gusted with IMc naal\l'. conduct andretire la the hammock, 10. Fan '
BfWt to IVmaadlna ytajjacksoarffln 1 Evan Camp U. S. C A. are Ml'eb1or. 1 owe to \ and reported Drill-Misses Raphael Ia Peacock ,
where ah. will atop tat aught dared to meet la >tb. office of Dr. J. the Joss family. H* would neverhv to tr-yd dragging his father's It to be la splendid condition. ,He I Julia Culbertson, Josle Cheatham. -
'" been _lute for tile first personality Into the 111II.1. In his say his orange grove to BO for sale Fmnkl Brook
repalra M. Jaclt. Jr. slfnday. .Awftltk, 4 .Thorn peon.
Tk* Hlldacard to B most. j xceUat p. i! term. with fortytwo delegate fromBrevard behalf. This to all the tangible information Mr. Oliver win spend the better part I Mabel Bradford. Rhoda Kemp. Dora .

draws shoat tear Dad. had yaw not yourself ellaI, Later oa Senator K. N. Dimick Asheville N. c.. aad Thompson
M ,set ..... aad C Abernathy.Coataadfag.. I aa re- win return Estell!: Herndoa. Jel '
M!of water. She to nmctkanr MW.M .I mar of tIIatYestloa" give *a die elv.d a telegram signed by you la to Miami some time IB November. LoylM.After.
to chair and take die floor to answer to *om* inquiries T1tB via Advocate.
Tamp second
coaceralagyour the
Ann h*** laaaUitront s. R Ralley. Adjt. > don of tile exercise die
potxtu on tile Mnnate river. Bh .to tt* aomlnatloa& and demanded that withdrawal which read a* follows chain Bad bench were cleared, away
.' haadsniaWy faratohW I die MUD should be mad by acclamatlom. : One of the sad B daae
; ked AIWROACHINQ, MAB&IAGI.-The ; funny things tile drea*> was enjoyed by>> those who '_
tt/tdfaltabf/ j i either rot partTcrmhrfnj.nr a rprosekiag marriag. of_ MIle lisle i I tToar: speech OB that occasJoakaock 'DIIpate wkllllc aaaJd'l'eoodact. Mkara do thin omen to to rMfra eared 'to tadulg to that amusement .

t|. trUkt and..lasanijaAjiiltj in.Tk 6iI blt."bI Utile Rmr. to Kr. Allaaf i ** the pine from under any *ad fle*brook 8aau to ap." a waist_Ua* for th*.: tile dresamakerncddniTvkM Everyone toUt tile evening a mart .

H0d(arn* waatnttv percs. .re: ".c.1 'of Key'West, to aaaooacad an .ppodtlos'irom BrTi. eanty.Mmt UaUJ I aw roar tolerant to ..- Bteasaat on*.
: Vr'Bantoa' at >1t.1Xar7i.a&i .:. p>Csk :'ptao* la the. MAT ftrT Ute IOIaI .tJOlt wa* mad. by>>, Mel ator- Dlmkci, I wa ta hope that for I tile wtot HM -ght toM --
W!- eared. to 7+s n.nitn/t MlaloO ,. j .' -' l lamaOoa,-.'-T lots' for tile first tent Mme reasot or Other. yon wets taeoNF.ctly 'i.M4 stobHahM ft tknr- Women sever believe a bachlr '"

.. ra i tM x > rtr taate.w.. Z7Iulistsrrs tlde In tlei>ta Bst ttk yM war ........{*,'Lad yev should ...4 J tE De Stars m .mt. to j when k* lays; -aVlan't lonewB anil .;

wUI rmal.1" JOlt.tile. ;pr tW aot expected to read. .kick water I lit tile credit for his momlaarloa.At Every !Dana}}t'JU&w, dog the married .
breaks I aar'k Won May lchto j ...*.....* *Mv ttIol. rut .*..- (Coattaa ,,-oa fourth page ) .win eat up all the other dogs men sever beller. kfaa ;
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I DIRlicTOHTMTATgOfrlUEIU.! I Aberuf'tb J. C. KInK H. StAshby I 1 SECRET ANSWER MADE ': For Member County, Executive Committee .

,. R. Luamll" J. E. I 'SIMPLE BALLET FOR THE PRIMARY. : for First District

...v.r.oq-.C Jeaifrvns.eretae7 AtkltWD H. F. La, alle. i. LBrown. By Former Governor Taylor of Tennessee c. W. JisPHERSON.

of autoM.t. Crawford.CsssptmUer W )1. Leller. C. D. to Wife's Divorce' Suit. For Member "Committee
County Executive -
-Almisu C.I...... F. C McDODald J. A. 1 Knoxvllle. Tent April S3.-The an- I
for I'f
TTMCUTT \. bendaen..w.4wr.1 I"Urb. Second District
-J. K. WhHftrMs Bardlne. W. M. M"1l1&r4.. W.0.. swcr of former Gorernor: Robert L .
.ugr i 0( ,fSBlie, e*ti iMwr I Partial of Candidate F. x.1 1 I POWELL
List the
..... 1 B.lnl\on. E. T. Mf'mtl. z. T.Brad.E. I Taylor to the drone proceedings two- ; r I .
I... ,...|.niM... AcrWultfunrJa. a. JI.J ..... )1I111er. G. here Man'h :.. E. A. CRAWFORD. G. E. KNIGHT.
A4jiu ---'- C. K. .'- I. gun by Mrs Taylor on For in This For Member Executive Committee I '
to be Voted C. 'o. CODRINGTON.W. County i
Bosfil ef Traitor IMrrul Imp..u.w.' Balle,.. B. M )1 f''e rr. '1H.. |I..... been filed secretlyrln tbe Chancery
S'smd-Tbr _.- i oMptrullcr.sitOTt. TI.-.u,!!, A. ROCKER JR. for Third District .
.}. M.M.. ...& CasunMioswr'o4 AsHrtftars. Bl dre. H. c. )1_. Fred S. Court and the papers withdrawn front at the Primary
Trr. Gounty
.._ .> M..-*. .. <-no.. GuYto. r. .f4ere Broasler! O. D. lloore. T. V. i the III.... Attorneys of Gor Taj lor
urv M MsttAU.f.i7 iitortU. Tmumnruif Burdine. J. M. MdOnald. W. IL'Backus. I that his answer U a formal and J. D. CLOUGK.: W. I. METCALF.For .
!.a/.nalrsoeel fuUic .li 4rurtt..elb.rd.1 +G. A.. I.ta f' Electipn. JOHN A. HENDERSON.W. Member County Execuiir Com- I .1
HClIC 1.II "'t..TIOc MrSxentMT fPut. F. W. McKlnnOll. 'dc.lal of Mrs Taylor's J
.. ... ,., ....... : complete mlttee for
0( .JLltan4urtk Edwin= I 1 I E. ANDERSON.J District, I
... mi -||--.rt W AncUi.. lUMl ........rl.. I' Blackman. E. V. Nel charges of abandonment' turning her
.*.4l.< fukUC 1.ef .....-. OatDe. W. H. Peck. R. J.Cohen. I W. ADAMS. R H. ROSSEAU. 1 a
-... r-zd.s.-he .......-. E.artar> out of doors and refuting to providefor I I For Member 11
M Atw..yew'r.I 51.4r l'___'_ I. Proud W. W. i lire with her GUT L METCALF. I County Executive Committee 1
her or
Information of the
.11"<' Cbeatham J. H. Pat S. LConrsd. For the J. |N. WHITNER. for Fifth District
1 lied Saturday, but
... f.CCC. The answer was Icratlc Voter of the county a sample
I J. A.. Furlala. Allan ft.Crosland. I JOHN Q. SMITH. J. S SUNDAY 4
L cOt'lIT J..II I because of the secrecy maintained the below containing a
RCrltn I ballot IB printed ,
T. J.
t J. O. Rhod. a. W. d. P. HEALT. HATGOOD. ;;
fart did not become known until today list candidate to be T of the
'' uartial
Lf Tsb.r.ChirIJSelke For Member'County J
Ross. C. J C. Executive Committee -
;; Clark, P. C. A. BLOUNT. JR.IH.
Y.t.-.A..Ja.-M. Xskrft. AWKSt ..... ,...!<.. I ; Drake Gaston Relll)'. J. B. I I led for at the coming primary. H. McCREART.I for Sixth District, t
L.mmYarraNr.1.ny.4 U. Cor. Taylor is now absent from the There will be other names to add as
_' c.Yt.l...... ..kuUKI 1Ie..w__ Doaclaa E. B. I Rull. Dr. W. B. E. N. DIMICK. W. W. SNELU ,1'
city delivering' his new lecture", 'Castles time doe not expire until April
T.u.a-'I& : i Don. J.1IC. Rllmph Edw. I H1 W. LONG I. I. HARDT. .

u. ... SISATOftS.n. Erwin w. W. Raulenoli C. IL j in the Air." Mrs., Taylor win Mrs. [t lift in which candidate mar qualifyand I For Member County Executive Committee -

JSOM r.Talliairm) .J"-k..so \Ik.. I I Enloe. Dr. O. Rllmph. Geo. Alice Plots Hill previous to her marriage hare their name put on the ballot. I I National Committee for Seventh DistrictE. J

..*>. Mepm ft. BUUary.r. Yeww.eda I I J'rtaM11. 10. C. 8r.lrord. I. B. : to'Gor. Taylor at Tuscaloosa. The ballot when printed for UM at For Member T KING.JOHN l
s.co.vjftc.HMME: : Flsawa. R s. Se..elL E. O. Ala, September'23. 1901. She had ser he l lection will be more than twice as I J. B. BROWNE ;tL'U.lKIN. !

First DIo&tIe& Mfcrwiw' Ik* E_ CessttftvM. Frederick J. s., Sase1b. J. O.Fraas. i, oral children by a former marriage lone as this ont a* here are to be rulesbetween j I' c. GIBBONS W. .. For Member County Executive Committee '
l.a. W. Uwvu, rai.tk.a.u..d f I GoV. : widower with and blank line F.
I. 5. dulsner, c. F. and Taylor was a each name
Di4r1S rIloa. s. M. .s.rks .. r for Eighth District eGEO.
uM i if Oerlack. AJ P. Smith, JIlusOlrtmsn five .children including three growndaughters. on which to write other name P. B 'U. .1
". '
6 e f &4f&.IW.DCO JU'WIOHEM. I Jam. Stoneman F. B. I I Voter caa begin practicing on mark- I For Judge of Circuit Court-Serenth For Member County ExecuIIr Committee

t 00"1/11.. C u. P. Sulzer. A. E. The Hill and Taj lor children did not i iI | Ing. a crave mark (X) before the name Circuit for
} J.( .. Deus., Krjr V.4. Chalnus. C I I Ninth District i
L R. Burr. Uttl. luvet.T Gauller T. N. ShanaIIan M. get along well from the start, the Taylor ,e I I of be .candidate for which they will MINOR S. JONES. W. A. FILER

\ J. L. 11_ Jsssvrj, i GnIwD s. Se..n. Jobs I II I bojrs and the Hill boy engaging lai wish to Tote. 1
... rk. For Member
L C. 1>aiiB.II im.O> i County Executive Committee -
ad .a- .! tfe. Bswrit a Oarthafdl C. H. 8e1llODr. R. H. I i regular, ,fights. Mrs Taylor finally Issued For States Attorney-Serenth Clrcnt
VW for Tenth
,f > *e.. I GramIlDC. J. C. .wt.u.. ,. r.0r.J1att" 1 an ultimatum to the effect that Ct.-CIL! G. BUTT.. 8. L. PATTERSON.C. District.
C. &tuMll.atuxaLt ., : r. Shawl H. B. I Taylor should send his children away i For United State Senator JOHN c. JONES. D. LEFFLER J

ft. ftrlltj. Misjtl.f t 10000tler. R. B. T..lor. R. ROrtideg. CALL. I
from home or else she would go. Ij I WILKINSON For Member *
tl I County Executive Com-
| ;EX'ATOK' ma DisTfticrCdusti I A.. M. Tllruq. J. L Gor. :Taylor stood by his children WILLIAM & JENNINGS. For State Sf'onlttor-Ith District- mlttee for Eleventh -

.abraetbg sad Did. ; I GIrtman. W. H. Tacna B. B. j and Mr*. Taylor returned to Alabama I Ilsvingl J. N. C. STOCKTON. M. ;;. SAMS I J. F. BURTESHA DlatricL i '
r F .... L Jr. DI 3:... I I Hayes. J. H. Tatum J. II. ,! while/ he was away. When ) JAMES P. TALIAFERRO.For F. M. HUDSON. W. J. SHONE. W. 'Jl

Hill I. E.Harter. I ,
J I she1 found Dr. George F.
e 0'DE tril8KSIATlV I Ir vhf : For Member County Executive Commltte -
J. G. Watson,, C. H. I I
affairs'at In Congre**-Second .
::J.-a. SL John Installed as master of Representative
.. <<.... ... I 3111. William WJaOrtoD, F. H.B.therington.It For the Legislature j for Twelfth District .
1\\ I and h Gor j Congressional DistrictJ. I
the ;Taylor home *. as GRAHAM W. KING. I E. H. KIRKMAN.For r
I If' I TIlT lor'* son-la-law, treated her for- E. ALEXANDER. BENJAMIN SUTTON.For Member
tom' c-M I.-.we. L Herter. MrmLC.e Heyser. A. E. Wall T. 1.. I .1 County Executive Committee
r *y .-..,- '1'. .sii-- H... .. ,I I mally. She again returned to Alabama J. M. BARRS. for Thirteenth District.C .
curs" UrtwH CMrt...4 a..r<.r 0! U.ft.LDrsrMnCm HalL W. W. Whaler H. T.. FRANK CLARK. I II 'I
'-. s"' l>.._ .1 I I Hahn F. W. WorIe)'. 0.-A.. Clerk of Circuit CourtE. W. HILL.
MMrtg Jsas Frabocsi Mist.t The filing of the bill caused a sensation I CHARLES DOUOHERTT. C. DEARBORN.J. II For Member
County Executive Conmitts
.L I It Rages. W. D. Wilson J. L
TUMS-TSM. II....... OcosTrssesirf WATSON.
>rp.at el J. throughout the South by reason W. P. .
S. FREDERICK.Z. for Fourteenth
J Horner J. W. Woodworth. 3. T. I District
s "
A iw S TsseL M.'..... H isrl I' of GOT. Taylor's prominence and
t -C. H. ftMtenoa.ussrlsussist JI..... ] Jones K. J:. Wilson. 8j I- HOLLT.

,t *_i rwbiM Isstrso I Kolb, A. J. ZlmaalM.. L. that of Mrs. Taylor who Is a daughter II I Fair ..a dce of Sopraci Court-3U R. M. SMITH. G. W. SULLIVAN. I

m T.II..mu.V of the Hon. James H. Fitta. a bankerof '
s ee.-O.w W Tear*- For Justice of the
M 0-- cwa.1 I -- -- --- 1- Peace Second: DU-
L.aIw.e CMaraalt.W_ Pslsl' ssrk; F. .._. 1..._: ft. L MelMMU. rwlloral I R. F. TAYLOR. For SheriffJOHN "**, '1",
f J....e.IL .t: .. A. .....*... CuswsylK.C. State Unlrerslty. .I FROHOCK.J. R. E. L. McFARUN.R 4
..r. '----. leek M4 Asdtter e4 I Dr. Bergia. Elgin. TO. write: 1 I .
GOY. Taylor's 'ri..dl bar stood by .
cues or SETEXTH JCBICUIClftCCTT. << have used Ballard' Snow Liniment; him In this. section while Mrs. Taylor's For Justice of Supreme Court (Vote JOHN R. ONEAL. I For Justice of the Peace' Ninth DIst t 'j
; recommended it to friend*, for three)- i
: always my, friend IB Alabama sympathize I J. M. WILLIAMS.For trict. .
.. j'b..u.cse.-&Me.J I Inr.11 as Lam. confident there I* BO better with her. R. 8. COCKRELL

,.. __L lase..n..tIJ.. 8HACKLEFORD.J. H. E..WOODALL
-11 made 'It I* a dandy for buna. Those o T. M. ;
D. Ben*.Urls4* I County Treasurer For Justice of the
.! ek CC..e Deebrr.Pill who lire DO farms are especially liable WILL SHOW THEM. B. WHITFIELD. .. Peace Tenth District.
1 Tens.(Clmk Cwut_*._as PIN C. H. RACLERSON. .
....... to iccideatal cuts, barns bruise I .!
i nW r..(Mr Feartk to x..e.b.f.Spree.Term.a many I BEN H. DOSTER.For I
nisi MWtf star feurtl Governor- W. 8. HILL ;
which h al rapidly I when Ballard'* Folk. Aati-Corruptlonlst. Winning inMbBJourt. For
Msday IU".u.. '
J Snow LI invent I* applied. It should 'N. B. BROW ARD. J C. GRAMUNG. .;
Tax Collector For
always be la the house for case C. H. BROWN. of the Peace Thirteenth 'i
Mia.4P. kept!
rwsry I--4Dn L Bty.er. W. E. NORTON. I
Term-Pt" .. Msday I..1.-..Irr.Fhs.er I R. B. McLENDON.) H. J.
{:.. _, I .. I For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy Out dispatches Indicate that the I D. H. MATS. BURKHAR1 i I.)
TermrifleH Is4PaUTermV W. O. DEBERRT. .
_, y. For Constable for Second
It- dw people of Missouri are determined to :
-rvst Miwdsy Is Orteker.iIff. CHARLES PEAOOCI.T. *'
t. ( liwD bar Joseph W. Folk of St. Louis, as'' For Secretary of State I HENDERSON. .
OrnCE. N. GAL"MERFor '
..:, a OAISESTILLtj POLITICAL CHAT. their next Gorernor.' At the presenttime :J. E. BROOKE.H. For Constable for Thrd District
'.Ja CksU.; Rare"..,. j H. A. 1
,Wj tt.ftoMuo*. ftcgtsler. I ICBCmtH the wiles of the corrupt state I, C. CRAWFORD CARLISLE.
i County Assessor of Taxes- .
g._ DtEECTOIIT. I IArpMC Jacksonville convention to put machine seen to be baffled, and Mr. :' I a r. KIRK. RIBERT HANONG.
'."""'"..,,,.... :.4 Ttkfm ..Upe4.k Hearst ticket la Florida was a UM ordinary process of party action FRANK CARLISLE ::
...... ., GEO. L. McDONAUX
.aM sill 'el.et
.7 t ''I fat C. P. METCALF.'S;
--r of the kind of political work Far Attotrne7Ge.eralW.
ar7.-.cork: S.pdel Ts.y seems to be asured It.. a striking! ....
J-" ,Jt Cstoit et s p...: ris nsK'' .. .T.r. I being done In the Interest of proof of what an American communIty -' 1 H. ELLIS.A. C. L. XIMAKIES. I For Constable for Tenth District f 'r
it w.4sntef sKM U tsa.:. asediallyli e 4
t' ....... ".a."' ,r_. I movement a very where. E will do when It wakes up. I ST.) CLAIR-ABRAUS. I O. L. CHANDLER.

1i .. .. feV I/ For Prosecuting AttorneyH. L. )l
P'sn.r- .
II vsr r Ax Word was sent ont trt a Li.own Mr. Folk's claim to the confidence NicHOLSON
C and Rh sleet-Push .-t.,4'4 F. ATKINSON.
.r .
J K say kt 7 JS s. ..) S.wUjrt klMc M ". .. Hearst supporter to come and r...f'f'' : j I of the people lies In the fact that be For Comptroller- .
Prs.rktat at mm : TVre CROOM.r COLDS.Mr .
r; t the delegates to St. Lo-iK was A.. C.
? r. reewg at l..Po ..c... Ft tears.. I secured tile ndlctment and conviction ?. R TAYLOR
f"a r.I .- nothing repilar about It yet tin general for I bribery and the taking of bribes I I

I.. C t'I!('.r.. Ontrr Lease. C a.J 7rtlAnrs.rpethIU lack of leadership For Treararer I Peterson r.s Lak.
ss II eN..k .. m.. Reads.IR.4 .. apath and party j of Colonel Butler the bows of his. part : State For County JudgeA. -* : St, T..-

sal ....; ........1.. u Idly:. ... Is rue i In Florida that the Democracy )':> machine and nineteen councllmea W. V. KNOTT.For E. HETSER. peka. Kansas, says: "Of ;..1I'the cough S.
r- \1 m J. KpvorU
tleweh p
i.ssssss p. m. F.avtri.etlatwrssdr" of teState I* quite likely to bemisrepme and th.t.he did a like service for the H. B. SAUNTERS. Jr. remedies Ballard' Horehoanj Srru,
I __.U....,.....; All ire 'wsirse.. ted In St Louis by the delegation State machine at Jefferson The Slate Superintendent of Public Instruction -
City. done
L.A.t svm.lTMUrTSJWITT --- I. my favorite; It has and will

<<".1t...... P. K A__ i' .Tsai I determined upon by that Jacksonville task was difficult and dangerous. The For County Superintendent of Pnblk;
do all that Is claimed ,
..ra-W.rMe.wdra-W.rMe., ......... ll .elak! ......, mieting which was little more men he attacked were powerful and W. H. HOu..oWAT. InstrucUon-1- It-to speedIly ) *.
ru. kvrslas 'ray''''''; wed- I i| W. N. SHE ATS. cur all coughs: and cold*-and It r
than a meeting of the Jacksonrllli
W-'" T a1. lIaI' I rksHd, e* rjr irr-. of money at their command. R. E. HALL
apes. Is era First t4 third. 4ns< .,.s'tsMte Hearst Clab.-Pf'D..aroI.+ N" I so tweet and pleasant to the taste"
I kiser.Mtrte.n.e.d. Pnwta .. I For Commissioner of Ajmcuttn -- %Se, SAc $1.00 bottle. !sold by R4
1 *-* 'I:>> !II K. rrmts. RerUrfaiMsrrnJiB. I i---- |f been guilty was undertaken la the Interest E. a KING. '

la* street ss4 ... Acting ..upon the strength of a current B. E. McUN Cross Pharmacy.
J. a els a number of
Prer. **PTT Avvtav wnlrnr, al 11 corporations .
streets .
rumqr on tbe of ... .- --I I -
sad tauttf v'e<'ia' at lit owned and
rrrrj run by wealthy and
Its. M.R. Vase.. _. roia ,...,Prdu. Judge Albert Johnson I For Aailmtul CommlmkK-er-- F'.r S"i|Jf'rYIof Keinsiration' A..report from BrlUille! just over

1 (-..,.,..,. "Pisiwli.s tTV. _. at arrs telegraphed Hon. Jno. N. C. Stocktonto Influential citizen. Pressure' of many B. L. MORGAN. J. r. B'UTCSHW.. he Hnrida: line, tells of a rather sewattonal -*
'" A. P On-T, si r ntmrm.h.. smd Mar ...beet.t I sort was brought to bear against tie
LaS a.,....-."-... I the effect that a report was being M. W GQ.)DE. lynching uhlcb., occurred ta
young prosecuting attorney, who is
4" MIAMI BO ARD ouln r TRADE circulated here ;that he had. fornwd a but thirty-two For Adjutant-General !I Madison county. Florid, a few night
of Political
... combination with Gorernor Jennlaiw. J. C. R. FOSTER. Fur County 'otUmiMionpr"rat ago. Between nine ant tea o'clock!

President 11'11 M. !ttrewm. The. message was sent to Jacksonville ostraelsm'' ALLEN THOMAS.For IMMrlct I..t n1-ltt the citizens were startled by
First Vtre-PrMdenC "t. V. Moor. '
*>*ofid TV-t>nirirlent.l. K. Ixrmmre.xfrrtsry. where Mr. Stockton wa a: the time ,; .! held 'II I F. C. AICHER. forty or flfty piiitol shoes: just acros

EJ V Bluckhwa. The following was received by lr were np to him as the penalties :' Sttte Chemltt. U. RJOHX. 'he rirrr li Mad'wra! Count bat .othnr -

TatunL j lot hi i Pnlltence. All the resources ,I : lie kie. rsdlie"".
'y Tsrs.uver. Rj B. Johnson which Is self-explanatory R. E. ROSE. rou'rl leaned of ..-

\j Bested I
i T T .......... J. B. .....,. A. E. H r- "Jacksonville. Fla, April U, 1901 i pie a lid In desperate straits, were exhansled For County Cown'"" llmeir I -Second i i
M.'l. B. ft.la,.. r. W. Haha. W. W. "To Albert Johnson. Pensacola. Fla.Telegram .: For Presidential. Electors rx.jrlrt I I I : i arrs walking down the, river bank

Fet4. Jab;' .welL ......Ind.* I am not 1 la ,; to check to frighten or to defeat : H. B. BAILET. -=(d f''fra t'o-x! ft ins and a'
TAKDINa COMMITTEES.AMM. combination with Jennings or i".,.... His courage, his fidelity ; T.'A.' JENNINGS, GEO W. LAINHARtT. I I man's hat and noticing: that the ltala.'oIlo..f'd .
x4ws Patterson L and his ability withstood E. H. DIU1CK. II
W. R ft. :
; ; everything ithe
else. Any |rtatement that I am Is L.l.ein I 1 ( J. B. C. KOONCEA. Ii 1 I to the' edge: of water\ be
assess.L lamed T.; fcrstour. K. : Then the corraptlonlsts resort sh. to >II lr i
wan.y" w.Httltr I every |..rticular. I autborlxe }.<... U- the what a NEWTON immediately called In sereral men to

El-Beq.P; S. Ml BM-kas.. r ,, publish this.tSlgnedt I i I' courts to undo be bad donw F. B. 8TONEMAN. For County CommhwlonePirtlkt. Third i investigate. 4 long poll with a honk

W :|!Hf'hr.!= W,: Rase c. *; FT lerrk. N. They succeeded IB securing the releaseof I on It was procured and the party be-

j. ..; i j. I i j : :FKTON.j j I all the men he bad convicted some For Deletratfis at Lence. National Con- R. E. McDONALD : nn a search The first hake that was

HEALTH ANp .ANITART--Jsck. TIIOCGUTF t'iiAN.' on one plea, some on oa another always I *
1 A vntlon T. A \\"I nELD.I I made with the pole brought to tilt[
J. V. Jr: Pratt. W. W4 EnhM. OU-, ,
.. ........: FteMtOH, R. g : Kbig. H. M. i iRIVCR8 I, M. )L Austin, of WI..dleeur. tnd.. purely technical and baring no T. J. AJ>PLET ARD. surface the body of a negro literal;

AK0, HARBBftOwrUisM*. 'i knew what to do la th. hour of need :' relation to the guilt of the convicts W. J. HILLMAN. For ]) riddled with .wounds and with hit.
County Cocnmhwlonrr
CKms. H.: ...pI&. Edward: C.; Tatnm.BiiutOtAMj His j wife had such an unusual ease of :'' which was hardly denied. Popular CLAUDE L'ENGLE.A. FourthPiMilct hands still tied behind him. The tb< I

I! II. ttoifach and liver trouble, physicians' Indignation was aroused. .A movement I' P. JORDA 1'I' crowd could account for! the sHfeutlni
Draa,. E. iLf tsflw. C. D.; LssMsws, eon 1 not help her. H* thought of I I; to make Mr. Folk Governor JOHN 8. BEARD. .A. LEE ALLEN Thursday night: and knew that the lie I

t B.I|Erwta. Wm. W.. "", .-ac.'I. A. MId tried Dr. Kings New Lit Pill started almost simultaneously. Th T. E. BRYAN. I I era had been l.mrhed. The coronei

.. r ARlTIEII-.,...._ B. T.; Cbettbu '' and be got relief at one aid was ;: machine fought It. Openly the .Iea4rr.: W. J. BRYAN was at once nodded and a jury fallet I

*. 1. IL: Do4glM.: B.: Uuttar. T. used the oldfashloned tactlse.. Thri i For County Commissioner' Fifth
nfl I cured.
ly Only SSc. at all drugT Cl A. CARSON to bring anything to light eoacernlnj. l
N ; [%...".... Cl L. I IAAtJCVLTVRE.Boekmaa.i I
accused Mr. Folk of defiling the Du<1f rt- .
E. VMor .: gee reputation CLEaN A. STEPHENS. the lynching. The.f'Ir1'O.... How

.. F. B-s Tstusa.. J, H.; aM.... A. : of his party and his state to I I S. A. BELCHERE. ever. Identified as Jake Small, a mat.

II :1!D.rs 1. K.PVBLJC ie primary election law provides. secure notoriety' and advance his uses '; For FMecates National Coarentloa. Q. TWEEDELL. I Ii who had worked *t a raw mill alum

BruLorXGB-Honier. 3 W.: th the members of the county school every corrupt device against him. InUmldatlon. 'i Second Coocr'..l.oal District i I three. mile from rVHrlDe In Madlsmrauaty
O. | J. B. .
Budge. H. : RsUtr. |
hue: W1tu...... T.IIA"'TP'Acrt1tEIIn.. boa d and county commissioner shallbe bribery, repeating at the ;1 D. U OAtLDEN. For Members Bosrd of Ptblfe instruction From what could be leamei

aIM I Ic.: esldents of their respective d I.- Primaries, cheating, lego) techakalltles. D.. N.. BATCHELOR. First District, he wa a rerr Impudent and fearlesinecro.

Meeee T. V.: Cased J. A.; Rbedes. R. tIa.. but shall be nominated by the rioUng-the whole accursed IM T. 8. ANDERSON. W. L. WIDEMEJER and gave his employers as wet

W. BeJIly J. BJ IBDlCATlONXLBBttlle I eon ty at larp. A sum at tile with which ,
f seemly la '
W. ''K.: every party our J. E. T. BOWDEN.Fur ELI SIMS. as the entire community a great des +

toe ty committees have hregardedth country bar* at time been afflicted :I of trouble and uneasiness.
HsS W. W.:', CfcoUwv B. ....... B. For Metqbrrs Board of PsblkInstrue- -ValdosUIG

......ne. A.. :| la sdby.sM10aATIOjt-B J. 02 .flmlth.kAj IIf't'tIoa at the law. u II.. the Apparently they bare failed. The Members at Large State Committee tlonp Second Dlsjrirt$ Time

'u..: x... J. rn at tile State ftIIIImlt relative, people hare I learned too much, and E. W. J. PARRI H.

) I.e ksim. E. V.Wars. b o. and I. severai II the were too deeply moved by a hat they (Vote for Thirteen.) For Members Board of Pibllc Instruction MAKES A CLEAN' 8WKEP.
r.L/. t.-.I. H. Does J. K. '
ty committees have learned. A'the:
manila stnatton now la. )lr. R. a GARNET Third District
H-ewer. J. w. .
ndes. B. W. used by the. courts .d uired to Folk will receive the nomination W. W. FARMER '
m 1 AIN.DtT..IU. ; M BURDINE: n... nothing like doing! t thinghornushly.

Buk ,t. c.: OanksM. c. H.: Rein,. form to the. law and IIa a the tickso which Is equivalent to aa election. It CEO. L. BAHL. Of all the Sajres you eret

C. B.< ...... J hsv L, planted as to permi each aler- Is a striking demonstration of the. familiar B. N. MATHES. hesrd'of.' Bocklen's Arnica,
BuoiisC .. For Member :Commltle- : Salve Uhe
i .ADVKBTI.rKp-lMn P-J tot vote for See county mmla.Ine- long-established + County State *-
D. V.
forgotten FLETCH
usually ER
blackaun.E best It sweep! and
F. B.: BHngtoik$ E. T.: F. 8 IIORS t'VMhums.
-' T4 Hethsrt-gtoa. M. F.Tb and three members ot the school lesson of Democratic Institutions N. A. BUTCH. F. B. 8TPNEMAN. sores, bruise, cut, boll, .1-

fan DM pt _WI. aumMrtBgtnty board. Instead of for one I each district. that IB the long ran the rotr K. B. ,RAirLERaox. ins skin eraptioiw and pile*'. Iu

IB all air M follows I No such action, he ever, hM get about what they really wish. W. M. MILTON. JR.J. only :'.e,, and guaranteed to give "tItfartloa. -

ABB.. W B. Jacksoa, J. Vt, Jr. thus far .... taken b* as candidate ud sooner or later hey really wish M. LCM s H. I I| For Fish and Came Warden. By all druggists.d ..

Bre...-w. iLf Kolb, A. J. Ir In! Alachna county.-Gala* vflle Sea.hSI2.a. the right till... i H. L. DODD. 2111 E. A. GRAHAM.r .. I

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] 1a j certificate of exemption for the two date for|, Ute emea of dork ef the, Circuit I INSPECTORS. APPOlrTTED.

DHFlCIAl court subject to Ute sctto* of Ute
} STile 0 CAL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION years. Democratic party Primary slictloa May
PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. U IlOi.d The meeting was celled to order by .1

professions I In order to be qualified to vote at the J. S. FREDERICK Chairman Filer in the city hall. Miami
.primary election on May 10th or June Fla. at m.. April 11. 1904.
i ; p
Ru I 5 and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May I
7, 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 FOR TAX COI.LECTOR. The following member were presentIn

10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County., must be paid, on or before S o'clock P. 1 I hereby announce mrself a candidate person or by proxy: M emirs. Jonas.I .

{ M. Friday April 29. 1904 (ten day be- for the office of tax collector of I Jones, Potter Lyman. King. ,Bull

fore the first primary election). Dad County Abject to th*' action of I| Filer.: Burteshaw and Klrkmaa.Upo .

:E?. A netting of the County: DemocrmUe i law; and shall at once 'forward the the coming Democratic primary I motion Mr. Bull was elected

Ex utlve Committee for Dad county: I'1 I return to the Chairman of the County I NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice dw T. N. GAUTIER. acting secretary.' .'
ATTORNEYS Flo Ida. was held at MiamI. Florida' Executive Committee. I I The minute of the last meeting were

Will snoties la an oouts BUM sad Pt...' on h* 11th day of April A. D. 1)04.pur The assessment to be paid by the I* hereby given that the Registration FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.I I 1 read and approved.

IpeeUl fseflmotf.tatalsdsad soHoottat uant to adjournment. ;i various candidate: shall be a* follow: Book of Dad County: forth hereby. respectfully announce myself The call for primary wa amended.

feed TWO I If a''Representative ....... ........ 00 primary election to be held K..IO. ,
T it following amended call for fit a* a candidate: for the offlc of a* follow:

0.305 M.'I Miami.-Pia.p peltioi ary election was adopted. to-wlt Senator .... .. ..... ...;...... U 00 1904. will be opened In the several St te'. Attorney of the Seventh Judicial I I See official call on third page.

T. 8IAGO8. .P i h > Ice Is hereby given that thereall Sheriff ...... U 00 election district of Dad county, Florida Circuit subject to the vote of ;I A motion. wa mad by'Mr. Kirkman ."

J j r be a Democratic Primary Eelee- Clerk of the Circuit Court...... 30 00 on the 29th day of )March A. D. (th* Democratic prima.. to nominate county commissioner*
OOeo with a..w.IQ' Mrs.i held In the several election disc Tax Assessor .... ..... ......... 2000 1IXH. and will be closed on the 2Cth dw CECIL, 0. BUTT. |and members of the school board bf

eor..."" C I of Dade county, Florida on May ( Tax Collector ............ ..... 25 (00) day Of April. A. D. 1904. Ii j districts. Same was defeated by a '

*>HAML j. ; I lOt,19M, and if necessary, on June County Treasurer ......;-...... 20 00 Too following penon are hereby iFOR COUNTY SCHOOL CPEIUMTElf-: vote of C to 3. -

I ;'in, 1904, for the nomination of all I County Judge .........-........ 15 00 { appointed ; >..'. i--iMtlon: 'Hrrrft I, DENT.i 1t 1 I A communication from a meeting of

DL J. *+ JACISOB JIL, J Democratic candidate State and county County Attorney .... .......... 10 00 *.or I rt'... rye .J f .r':,.& distr.ru, )-/ 'for horsby BuporlBtOBdoBt aaaoune of myself Public a lutractloo_...n-1ilT candidates held In Miami )1&110 1904. J

be voted for by the Democratic WIt was read and discussed by various candidate
to Superintendent of Public Instruction : of Dade County, subject to the win ef "
omct:: j' electors at the General Election to be ...... ........... ( 00 Number One, Stuart-W. G. Park. the rotors as mar b* npnoiij at the before the committ Finally, 'j

HOTEL BISCAYNE BLOCK, Avt. D1, held November 8th. 13O4.: and to be appointed I County Commissioner ......... Ii 00 J' NUmber Two Jupiter-R E. L. Me-, ,{ approaching DemoantkiprlnMryolocUo*. the following Inspectors clerks and i

:IMIAML VWRIDA.j I by the Democratic Governor Supervisor of Registration.... I 00 Fartand. |': lw K., EAU, polling place were decided upon for ,
I: of the State betweei the date. of hold- !I Member of County: School Bed I 00 f Number Three West Palm BeachE. Miami Fla. the followings' precinct _I Ii

DR' W. B. RUSH r ing such primary ele:tlon and the holdIng .Justice of the Peace......... 100 i H. Dimick. 1 Ort TAX ASSESSOR. i i No. I-lupecton. Geo. McPherson, ,

I of the primary < lection A. D. 1906. Constable J Number Four Hypolnxo (Boynton) Ernest Stypman. J. M. Ennla; clerc. J
'Phone M.I .t.a.............. 100 I hereby announce myself a* a '
Offlee tift-ltth street.
candidate for H. W. Hessey polling place store of
and of a Democritic Cullen Pence. ; ;
and Avenue and Game Warden I 00 CANDIDATE I
Resident. 10th Street County: : FOR TAX ASSESSOR of
I United State Senator to be voted for Flab Number Five Delray-H. J. Mis Walter Kltchlng.
79-18 Sterling
a 'ODe
All aces are required to Die a Dad) County: subject to the action of
MUll FI.A.r by the Democratic member I of the Legislature written application to have his name Number Six Pompano Cavender. the Democratic Primary.d I No. Inspectors, E. Edward J. &

r I of the State o Florida, at It* Number Seven Fort Lauderdale-W. Islam Henry Brooker; clerk E. C. Mil
appear upon the official ballot, on C. L XIMANIE3.
:W. BAC session la A. D. 1 05.The I blanks, M. Marshall. ler; polling place, school house. 4
ATiis,8pecifications.sd R.C2E C'r. I furnished by i the Committee, tI t-- .
following oljlcer' are to be nominated No. Inspectors, H. L. Hillier L- ;
Detail Made accompanied with (he fee above /set i Number Eight Ojus -J. W. Ives.

BnUdlnp of Aa Kind., Fine I at Aid primary election to-wlt: i forth with is. L. Pitterson, Secretaryof Number! Nine Lemon City: -Warren" I I FOR STATE SENATOR. W. Burkhardt N. H. Blitch: clerk. 3 ;
for hereby 0bou.
Residences a Specialty.Orric 1 United State Senator. the County' De ocratIe Executive Mitchell I announce myself a a eandidate W. Comstock; polling place. d.

In Congress' Second i for State Senator frtim the Thlrtemth ...
.Jl315, AYCXCE'D.DENTIST. 1 Representative Committee[ or the nit day Number Ten Miami-C. D. Leffler. '
I I Congressional District A.JD. Senatorial District of Florida No. Inspectors.. W. H. Cox. C. A.
of April, Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove
1 Jostle of the Supreme Court for the Ap 11 llth. tore A. T. Carter. subject to the win of the. Democratk Mall. Jew I Danghtry: clerk. Cones

niL L I. clAtss, I full term of six ,.re i A. Filer, Number Twelve. Cutler-D.CBrowa. I' party to be expressed atr the primary Pence; polling place, school boas .

I 1 Justice of the Supreme Court. Attest: Chairman. election May 10. 1904. No. Inspectors. J. E. Chamber. w
Number Thirteen Silver Palm-C
Governor. F. HUDSON i I. B. Taylor T. M. MeRae; clerk H. -
Ceorgi ;P. Ball, | W. Hin.I ,
Ostoote Wsuoa MMlAOSM .. __ net elMUULj TOlal .... P. Hodge school .
; polling place boas
of States
l> .a.. e. I Secretary Secretary pro tem.
Number Deerfi ld G. W.
il I No. -Inspectors, Z. Cavender. Jan ...
i AttorneyGensraLComptroller. I -
Cmstead. R. F. Saxon W. B
Tuesday. FOR PROSECUTING ; clerk
I First Primary-{ May 10. \ This March 12. AT1ORNET.
t 1904.A. I CasoeU: polling plac Harde" store.
''I Treasurer. bf'l'ebyDee ,
1904.I a* candidate : -
Home kets1teatioa. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Second yrlmary-Tuesday, Jun 7, i T. CARTEL: for the once of Prosecuting Attorney No. Inspectors., R. A. Bryan. W. "
//1 Supervisor RsgiatratioA Dad Co, Fla. I
i I 1904. I for Dade county. subject to the : L. Brackwell. D. ONai: clerk Frank' :

I Stmoahan polling place 8tru ..'
; *
You will find it to your interest i 1 Commissioner of Agriculture. General Election-Tuesday November approaching Democratic primary election. halt

to call on me before investing. Railroad Commissioner. : H. F. ATKINSON. new "T.
Fpraiahed houses and rooma to '. 1904. Miami Fla 'I Na. Inspectors.. H. Padgett t. Y. .a .
rent Real bargains in real estate. State Chemist The registration books for the primary pFFICE.Aansaseis.ats J Jwin I Newlan J. W. Ivea; clerk. R. Cothron; i-

city and country. Insurance election will be opened in each i 1 i polling place school hona ..t:
1 Judge of the Circuit CourVSeventa I I FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 'I
collection etc.. attented taxes-I election district in.1: this' county on be Inssrtsa m the No. Inspectors.. J. 8. Pardite A.W. ptCromartj.

have a npecial: license j Judicial Circuit. I March: 2!. 1904. ..4wm! be kept open I Dally and wwklr ktotropol} for tea dol .OU-.u;;:: II .. J. 8. Peter: clerk J. E. ..'
all kind; legal trans 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial I hereby .. I
me to prepare fee every day.:Sunday excepted soUl the Ian or W/ either edltloa for five dolts as a can Pendleton: polling place school houa*. Jt
fen of real estate Low I .! Circuit j Caadldatee for County ommbsfee.reand didate for Justice<< of the Peace In Diestrict -i '
26th day of April. 1904. at which Urns j I No. Inspectors., L. A. Osborn. J.
+ Prompt atteatioa. Attorney. [ member of the .cboollboard] will be No. 10, and respectfully ak the i k
I 1 Prosecuting 1
c. c. CARROLL. they wul be closed. I charged _ball UMO .......ta. M. Burdln. Frank Jandon; clerk M.. R
Notary Public.IN 1 State Senator, Thirteenth Senatorial The registration books will not be No anaouoceowflt InsWtid uatn paid support of the voters in said district Kellum; polling place, city halt

ATI. D. JIU&Iro.' D if. 1, District I for. : i! d. William S. HilL No. Inspectors, Jackson
I" reopened for the second primary election.
I of the House of RepresenUtlves. -
1 Member
: I I John McKInsie. J. W. Galloway; _
rOK OOCNTT TRELABCRIR. I hereby announce myself/ a candidate :
able flerk.
I" :: All person may register who are for Fletcher Albury; polling place
re-election Justice the
I G...._..O,tlct *. County: Judge. : I as of Old Hardee bousa
eitlxens. whether they have paid their To the Democratic Voters of Dade Ooaaty. Peace in thla the 10th district A* I
Sheriff No. Inspectors.-.- W. A. Cooper: J. .
W.CMAYNARD, poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote Florida: am now /serving in this capacity I.
.......oIIee. Clerk of the Circuit Court. I hereby an>;ounce myself a caadldst* iCea Stlnehouser. W. J. Dougherty;
,,_nj]Jest I unless their poll :taxes which may be I, would appreciate an endorsement in |
County: Assessor of Taxe for r*- l.cUoo to the office of Treasurer clerk. Geo. W. Moodle; polling place
HUMS lorttilj ilea: :, legally due are paid a* provided n* ...... accordance with the Democratic '
u Tax Collector. jf [tMd .Dt)'. Florida, subject to Ute'a111 principle Brow A Moodie' warehouse.

fUchtt docks, Jewelerj. te I of Public hu"eyor. law. of: a majority of the PssMsratts of returning MT a second terman < ..
1 No. 'Inspectors.
i' c.pertatende.t POLL. OR CAPITATION TAX.Pa.lIIeJIt motors u .. I be ozpraosod ta the Deavorratle incumbent who has satisfactorilyfilled Henry Gasman.

.. H 4j! j I of poll taxes for 190: and prim..ry May U, tM. the olllce.d Ernest Mall. Will Anderson; clerk C.
( C. H. RAUI R W. Hill
L ON. : polling place school-house.
GEO. L. McDbNALDGzU 1903 I* prerequisite: to voting at all j Job C. Gramling.
county: Treasurer. dw Miami. Flit No. 14-Inspectors. J. W. Saxon W..
election this ,ear. .
b&\leer\ County: Commissioners.Members i I i I j FOR STATE S ENATE. E.. Blanton. W. H. Slstrunk; clerk J.
:Ie""...aid k..wlaw Lead. a _...t7 of I the County: Board of A. C. HKTTTK.Caiui I, I hereby for C Holly; polling place. school bouw. sIt
I following condition* exempt .... announce my eanddacy ,
;OOCOASCT pRO K. FLA.J Public Instruction. > for State was moved and carried that namen
Senator .
r person from the payment of capitation dw County Judge.FOR i from the Thirteenth i I II
I Justice of the Peace In and for Dlstricts i Senatorial District of Florida, subject'r of candidates for members of the coul -
I or poll taxes: j
A. DANN.a I J No. L. 3. S. 4. a. 6. 7. t, t. j I First Any,on* who fcj I lost a limb COUNT!' COMMISSIONERS.The I to the will of the Democrats of Brevard t tI' ty the executive. committee be placed 01
regular ballot.
10. 1L 13 ai d 13. DadeconnUe
in b.We.SecondAny many Mend and supporters of and to be expressed at
; wrArM.d..asmerir4be'at..Wr Constable In and for District Norn. I I I I the prevent members of the Board of I' the primary election! May 10th. 1904. It was also moved and carried thi t
: one who was S3 ;' candidate for J
..r'r'-j I 12,3.4. I. .6,,12and yean U. Seabrook game warden be plact Ion
I County Commissioners for Dad Sams. '
.. ...MdL.1a" j 13. of age on or before December: :1. 1901. I Court.... the regular ballot and the card-
I I Y.unkf have prevailed upon them to ,. Berried Co.. Fla. '
............ to atO.rvsSsldat S Presidential Elector* Third-Any one becoming of aee (21 datM for said offlce be assessed '1.80. e
..... stand for re-election, and
i ifOtmllONEYsrAR hereby
till! 4 Del.ratat Large to National Convention yen old) on or after January 1. 190J. II present FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. Mr. Johns of Precinct No. 1 band.
I I their name, a* follow: F. C '
I Fourth Any one whci had become a In bill resignation" a* a member of the :-.

District Del J j jt teL I resident of this State, and county: 'jn I Aicher. George W. Lalnhart. R. B I am a candidate for the position of committee and the same wa accepted. l',
McDonald. John Sewell and L A. delegate -
to the National Democratic A motion .
.. 'q of State Commit' | or alter January 1. 1901 I, was made and carried that
... PM. 11 Member at Urge
r.-. I Belcher to the voter at the Democratic Convention at St. .,
0: If properly registered of the Louis Mo., for Second Inspectors aDd clerks be paid tlM peg. .i
tee. any
I prUrary of May 10, 1904. Congre loom District<< I am per- day. :
of State Committee. I above can vote at all tlectlOD" State f
(MARE[ YOU GOING 1 County: Membrsr I I mitted to refer to the entire Democracy Tbe'next; meeting of the commute ..
1 Member National Committee and county: held this: rear without
; FOR SHERIFF. Orange county regarding standIng was for
I my April tt, 1904. "
1 of Registration. paying any poll or capitation. tax. .
Supervisor .
; North or West l' I a* a Democrat and U I am for- ,,. There fwfrs.no: farther business a i

1 County: Flab aad Game Warden. I PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. ;' vs Ute Pisucratla voter. of DadeTy. ee- tnnate enough to have your aid In motion w. -made and carried to ad- .

I If. I Member of Dade Gouty Democratic Person ender the following condition Florida: Dade county at the election I shall1 ,Jouraj I

I.I.Louisville : &Nashville t Executive Committee to and for I will be liable for one poll tax : for,I hereby tlsetloa: aaaouac to the smrsotf sffles .a iTieiir esadMate ef greatly appreciate It. and ran assure CEO. P. BULL. !

Predncu N* J 3.3,4.1,5.7.4 : only for 1902 or 1903. a* the ease maybe 1 i Dads Coaaty. Florida mbjeet t* tile yon Orange county Democrats will also Secretory Pro Ten. .:

Railroad! I .. 10, U, U. P. and 14. I : I I wm '*T the maJorttr ef the Pssiorrau I appreciate It

," Oft.___.n.. unexcelled- MMenaxr Mrnlee. The ruled. governing mid primary Any one who became U yean oldduring : voters ss wm be Tpnismd la the Doov Very truly yours, BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP !
ocratto ....
t.- pruaarr to bo held Mar M. i
;. Moderntrain; currying Pullmansleepers election hall be the same a* those I 1902 will be required to pay tl dw JOHN FROHOCK.I D. N. Bachelor ., Imeedlately reilev** hoarse, croupy

::.' ;' vp-to-dato eoacb *,lne'"- adopted by the Democratic Executive for account of poll tax for that year. I Winter Park. Fla. 'cough oppressed rattling, rasping

> eUalac 'chair can, and dlainflcanh eiUe Committee, at their meeting held In : Any one who may become of age (21 hereby announce myself as a candidate FOR FISH AND ;(and difficult '"-tltl... Henry C.
and southern GAME
y .twwM .o bert Jacksonville on January 32d. 1M4. for yean old) at any Urn during 1902 for Sheriff of Dade county. WARDEN.I Stearns druggist Shuiliburg.! Wla.
service la the
y t.. 'Mouth.The finest dlalng' .. ear governing State primaries, so far a* I will be required to pay' $1 for poll tax Florida at the next Democratic primary hereby announce myself a candidate writes. May 20, 1901j have been

..-. .AU q. }I tg >8401 lTanBB TlekeU via the same will be applicable to th. :I for the year 1903. and ask for the vote of my for the poalioa of Fish and Game .selling Ballaid'a Horehound' Syrup for
; county Those and only those : two and have
: primary. I years never bad '
t .A. y one becoming a resident of this fellow Democrats and those who will Warden! of Dada county. Abject to the a rreplaratlM -
L.&N. shall be permitted to : that ha
Ii person bfoeom.j State and'eouaty during 1902 will be be valifted to becokte voter at that action of th. Democratic peaty' prima given h tt- tlfae-
candidate before, or vote at : I tloa.. I aotlc that when I sell
far rate*, schedule*, and sleeping earreertaUooa liable for the poll tax for 190J., primary. I promise elected to faithfully ry election May 10( 1J04.Edward a bottle
Ucipate in themanagement of said : they come back for more. 1... honlestly
\0 -
c apply WHO ARK LIABLE TO POLL TAX. j pert wm the many duties of this A- Graham. .
election who declare their adlberence : recommend It" 2Se, Sdr. $1.01.
i iON mary
J. M. Fleming.risddatre All male Inhabitant who are 21 responsible' off.

I.- 0 ,...w....Ie.. .TBO ..... to the principle' and organ I yean cf age and were. under U year ,! J. M. WILLIAMS FOR CONSTABLE. i Sold by Red Crow" PlaaraICf.r. ,
of the
gallon party Naljtloral.
f. .&.eue vI 'I.t. : -
Ml of age December 21. 190L Palm Beach. Fla
If State .county, who are by I I hereby

t. ,. the [laws of the State lawfuKeleeton I:,'I Any one becoming a resident of this :.,I FOR CLKKK CIBCCTT COVE for announce the office myself of Constable as a candidate la I f ODe of the most Interesting east

1'OI.En1lO1 r-rAR of the election districts In which they State and county prior to January1. 1 hereby aajHMSioo .,...? ae a ....* district No. 10. promising If elected to In railroad annals la thla city ls beIng -
f vote who have their 1901. win be required to pay' poll tax I.... for tae ofle of I -
oSe: to paid poll dork of Ute Oreo -
/MMibtlrrw oaA4..rw .. ....... faithfully discharge the duties of said argued today before Judge Wait
I taxes legally dne not her than teadsyt for 103 and 1903. Court ef Dade County, eebjest t* ,
!r 'the office, subject to Democratic primary It U the of Injunction
I .. MUoII ef the Democratic fftakirr. ease the secured
before said primary election and If they become a resident after May 10.

'' YEARS w bo shall when challenged by an elec nary L' 1902. and before January 1. dw | E. L. WHTTK.Jaanary d by Robert Mugg against the Seaboard<; t
; ... M. Nicholson
, L"i. pledge In writing upon oath. before 1903. they yd be required pay poll to stop them from condemning the

. i any Inspector to abide by and I tax for 1903 only. HEALTH 18 TOUTH. Piece of property' : comprising one-half
t take
this *1iad t* tmf arm the ve*>
:'" support the recall of such primary, and Any one'reachlng their majority: (21 j'en ef Dsde,C..."t,. that I wtl be a ean- Disease and Slekne Briar Old Ax*. Mock on Water street from., Washington .

support the nominee thereof. yean) on crafter. January 1, 1903. win I[.... for r.eteetrm to the office,Clerk to Jackson street over which the

The poll shall be opened and closed be subject to payment of poll, tax (or ot Ute QrnIt Cit .uk>ct i. the ...Clew Heroin take Seaboard Intended to lay track pnr-
L every Boning before ;
" 'TNancManaa at the several election districts, at the 1903.la. of the TlssMsrstts prhnarls Marrasslemc. :; scant to the ordinance recently. rsinrj
i DcattMncfliefka.1 It limit, te perform tile dw breakfast will keep you la robust
'TV' Copvum.irv&c.Aep.e.w b'mrs fixed by the I general election law. an eaaea of exemption of a voter Me ef the erne*, km tile future a* to tile ;,I by the city: council. When the Sea-

o /.s S a..s s.d==: ., The following named person* are hereby from payment of poll taxes, he mnateecore past to the best ef my. aMaty. I wfflh health. At yon to ward off disease It i I I board went to work to laying ta
,, _-l..t.t.Sck! __c__ appointed Inspector: and Clerk for I of the supervisor of registration.. mtefal to these whe win lees m* care constipation bllUonsaesa. dy Jpepsla. J I I track alone) Water' street Magg ac-

. :=".,.;;;;" ::...' tl,* seven: electic i district: a certificate petting forth the fact Oat wtth ther veton.dw .. E. C. fever akin and liver and kid-1|I eared a temporary Injwnction preventing
... _...... ..1M DEARBORN.I '
.. -- -- the road from
See report of cpmmltte* meeting on each voter M exempt If the -uIcateuempta eomplaiata.. It purtfle a* blood ] condemning
Brat. page) the voter from payment of i and clean the complexion.. thi PIece of; property.' On both aide
.. .. .... Mrs D.
horoby .
-- rl mr U **
preparation for
laylag the
..AI'..,__ \--f" The voting anil] be by ballot. .. poD taxe for nan (1902 and tar the ooVo ef Clerk e( .h. OrowMCMTt W. Smith Whitney. Texas write Apr. already beWmade.: have
IMS. If property ragmtered. he can for Dade Cewaty. Mboet, te tic.epr..ebhtg 3. lt02. "I have : but uatfl the rood'
ticket furnished by the State and ased Herbla, aid find over
fiW i.fi then vote .. Dumeerads' primary Mm can pas thin half-Mock ft win
, jl npoa presenting to the It the best medicine for
Coaatj Exeeutiv< Committee; and at specters Meh certlfieaf. exemption. U... ,' 1 1dw eooatipaUoa I I] not be able; to proceed- farther than
; B. T M=RRITT.Ev..a and liver,trOIIb.... It win do aO j
you Washington.
(street, P.
. the dose of each election the 1upeo. + If the voter to *uh>ect to only one Ye FrI claim for It. I eaa highly recommend a Knight isrepresenting

ton sod Clerk IUD ntootid to canvass pan tai either for 1902 ion 1903. the IL- Me a bode. Sold | the Seaboard and J. J.
I by Red crt Luasford the .. .
afr.. $ tr all.dd.r .the-vote la-aocordanot.. with the State maw rate wm apply uto Ucmrlag i hereby ansnea mpestf r a road.3 .. t farm. .__ Time Magg .....-Taapa -.

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t MR. MrDONALD'8' LETTER. I I 'tried oa circumstantial evidence. My I I THE: COTTON MARKET.: j !
;1 witnesses will': give direct testimony' Future opened easy I ..

After mailing;: nearly two weeks for1' -and plenty of It-to the effect that January .. 'i I | DO NOT TAIL TO, SteWHALER'S |

'MIAMI!MIRqPOUS.tPsNt.M4 [ m reply to a letter addressed to Hon. I h"Ief'Q ao more faithful and 'J j February . . . i
1 March . '
; .
Wade Jones and not receiving one I loyal to the cause of any other candidate '
day pt Saaeay. ; . : JEWELRY STORE
even ..April.
Mr J, A Milkmaid I : has. In justice to ,| in the coming primary than 1 j
I ;May . .. 13 R4
AIL. Ulna IEURNfiT01lLg I If. himself answered the letter which have been to ,.ou. :I I 1 June . . .. . 14 Its)
I Mr Jones wrote and had published In There are many paragraphs In your July f t. . . 1412U30 \ I 314..12th Street.

.. f. .nuN'-- the Record Is which be laid the blame i If'veraI..lten that I could show the August: t . . ..131.11 I
.... t .a t\. t'o.toee. at K LI.rleeide. '1 UIKHI" Mr McDonald I for his withdrawal j I innmn tear,. of but I am not in- '1 .

I I ....eoNS1e..efter. ___ from the Senatorial race. I clinrd. for the present, at Want to 'j ji 'J 11 72

I T.. eeetaere II....." .e.11aIaH P' A reading; of this reply will\ con- i do so. I will, remind you however' jjovember 1, . 11 (>1 '
.... .. .d 101 tII. : Iteeember bid 11 M
; .e Q1 iNeie. ,, since any fair-minded person that Mr. | that instead of actlqg In my behalf or
..- $ a January I'DlS. 11 MWe W.: F.
I !! MrDonJUd hu been wrongfully MILLED t. CO..
: -;- ,, I at my request In the remotest sense S
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..'dh.NwAeyYatMa frost t\eee e4., I j i hiTK with fhlllo..lty to the Jones yearn ago the Jones were only carrying would suggest:: that somethinglike (Sucetuon to Edwin AUson.)

<-ohe Year- by--Mail-.-.-. . .$5..oo family and that he had been consistently out the conditions of a pledge, that ( the above appear In your paper j

\f, Sa Monthi.- . . . .. LS') i nd warmly supporting Wade Brer&rd county made to Dade. t years as an editorial endorsement of Wade t Undertakers and Embalmers

I, Tbree looh. . . . ,' ... 1.2 I! Jones "Ver since and before hit announcement I before I set foot on the Mil of Dade. II. Jones.ISIgnelt. j
., I was made. and at that time when I |ld not knowa I 413 12th
ODe Week by t'arrler. ..1.... .1i1 < ( ) E. N. Dimlck --- Street. Phone 25.
t ,!i I I The Metropolis knows this |j.' true single inhabitant In it That pledge : J. A. McDonald. ,.
rr for as before stated editor {of tbs that Dade would furnish
Tie litmi Printing uoniptBj,. '" (tbe was. county H. F. Atkinson. ,
known paper bad heard Vtr. McDonald on the next Senator. I assure you thatI I I I!
'\ Advertising rates made I am not absolutely certain at thismoment
numerous ON'UiOD.1 advocating Mr. would only be too willing to take
: \ the Ii.
applieatioL | whether or not above endorsement -
11 Rii Jones' candidacy and arming against credit If I was entitled to It. for the i.
; TELEPHONE I 'I appeared la the newspaper I
any opposition to him. good that resulted from the pledge
ILDI\O. referred -
OFFICE: referred to Just aa dictated but I hare
the part In the controversy to. For It us I r
432: and 434 Twflfth traet.Opposlt '' certainly gave no reason to believe that It did not.
.1 Odle. ( the Metropolis, we ban to a good Senator and the Joneses, and I
? Court The suggestion, however that 'something -
'tto the senior editor called on not I, must be given credit for It Senator like the above la

COMPARATIVE. PiaTAMCKS. ... while be was la this city Dlmlck's. first term was so satisfactory paper'"* appear your .
-----,- -- would seem to leave It optionalwith
!iLL and assured him. that ----
1 geyls court that a second was Justly due I
roct 'I either or both of the papers to
: T* '1mr* I(, this paper was In sympathy with his him. It Is to the credit of the Joneses make I,
:: some slight changes la the phraseology -
llln. I III** Kon's' candicfsry and could support I that he did get a second term and consistent with the Intention \

.., ..... :':: -:- -till 1ST : him during the campaign: (b4t this without being asked by me to do It.
asvs.a. .J......... tit tot I I-r..t ,' I of the signers. Thus you find my
\; a ewer....,.......... *4'1 I 11 had beenout determined Intention{ either. signed the I
name asking to
.. .n. lot stl I newspapers
--.C.ta.. .... .... MlMl I..r since Wade's announcement was Now Mr. Jones, I have asked yon
1 no, ytk a i! I 1 you editorially, in the middle
J Iria i drat made; but as there had been no to give me author. I '
; your can ask
** *1 | between thetwo friends whom
.IM... -I. line i iSH i to yoafay : BURDINE &
IaD.yi., I ; I opposition to him lip to this Urn* there you for no greater favor and I wt-i such 04
1. eii I a glowing and Just tribute
!II tSfKSrr.i, IM Jq I HI bad been no n.'f' y for editorial endorsement ask for no assistance when I come to for their loyalty In your support Instead .

'" _.1 .TsUwJ:' ........ ..4 i... _.. as It was well 'understood deal with hlmor them. of two friends, does It not appear -
I 1'that his son was the; choice of the conservative But what about the mysterious QUARTERAUN.
that la there
your case were
':APRIL 23., 1904; Democrats of Dade eOuat,.. pledge" for Taliaferro to be correct three friends" also.

Judge Jones expressed Ills pleasure about It, I will here quote from your Yours
j I truly,
beginning and to the editor and 'added letter to the Record "
G The tarpon lara + {to bite. : thanks : H. wanted me J. A. McDonald.

Severaljhive, been caught; tfcla :;week. i|I.that the assistance' of the ,Diaper I would to make. some mysterious pledge!: ot i o---

L. 1 'i| be greatly'appreciated, and that I It I'' other for the peculiar beenflt of Mr.' HEADQUARTERS TIDE ANDERSON Fancy Dry Goods. Notions Beautiful and Artistic

Friends of Charles Dougherty declare would nave the. necessity \ for: ;much Taliaferro." Why did you leave the CAMP NO. 1S03: U. C. V.

he 1* a winner oa the !f Sari\ Coast | campaigning on the part of'' Wade. pledge, was! I am perfectly willing Miami. Fla.. April *1. 19A4. Neckwear also the largest dealers in Novelties..

j! Possibly so aad possibly not Politics''The following notice appeared IB the I that you should expose me In this or | Special Order No. 1. Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete \ linef

Sv are about; u, uncertain as |a weather i Metropolis\ of that date. any other charge that you know ot. I Tbe members of Camp TIp Anderson f School Books. Polite and capable service. r

e forweast 1 i io '"-Wade i H. Jones, of Brevard county.Is from your own knowledge. I certainly I No. 120J U. C. V, .are hereby or-

: i ---- --- r''!; meeting with great; encouragement I never asked. yon directly to make j jdered to meet promptly at ':30 a. m.

There are still a aamber of late vt+- I' la his candidacy for the office of State any pledge for the. peculiar benefit of (1011 Tuesday. April 24. 104. Blvonae-

: ton la Miami. They are determinede { Senator prom the Thirteenth Senatorial Mr' ] Taliaferro. and you know It. I Ins at the corner of Twelfth/ Street aad

t. stay tai! the Land of Flowers until ; District and It Is, very apparent never spoke a word to yon but once Avenue D. By order of Burdine & Quarterman

and frost have that he l I. the choice of the la life the of
aft signs of,the lee king conserrative my oa subject your candidacy R. C. May.Commander.. ,

llaafpeuecll. the North.( j jOur I 01..*1.. of the district The Metropolis and that was at Fort :;Pierce. .

.. commends him to the people and have ao recollection of even! asking O. W. U Williams. A. A. Twelfth Street. 308..

Bobaad Seaator Tallaferre of Dade cjounty as one entitled- their you of your feeling for or against 1 '

wmh1"'eIWeat; Florid, ; sat week ,support fnd predicts his nominationby Mr. Taliaferro. Why should I? Haying ,

and will speak at TaUahmsi* on Twa- I a large majority over whatever heard from your father Ups ao Abe
J c1aT. Wonder If Wlllto !$+unlnr 11m I jioppositloij; there may be against him. many times that the Jonesea were tat

provide for |er attend !their r-rtU*. j I Thus It I may be seen that whatever first to raise the Taliaferro banner In .

_i-' i i-I. may bav{ been true regarding other Brevard county and that they were par <
CorralWest :
To ctft' aa idea \* the enormous j papers I Inj I the county there was no still sailing under It as loyally a. I i ii
maaufartnred la thisematry
amount of paper I doubt as to where the Metropolis ever. i
and the demaadi, It is saidtaat I stood'I (
( {I i'j" and hence no necessity on the But It has come to my knowledgevery palm BQaoq. fla.
It require* too tonal dally to pt, Mr. MtDufitld
or any other friend or recently la a roundabout way Situated ,
on adjoining
York Jour-
let one! Istni! of the Sew : | supporte of Mr. Jones to
appeal U that a report la la circulation la Brevard i! City Pa -t. A cool comfortable place
aaL i ii i \ this In his behalf. .
7" papery that the "mysterious pledge" referred
i a I! Every Charge made by Mr. Jonen' to Is nothing more or Ices than I I I to Sample stop Jroom|\.t. with for traveling good table service. .t.. ....... .... . .... ...... . .. ... . .. .. .
loan'of ; men.
Russia seeks a I150.OM.000 I against: "'r. McDonald seems to be I that as a condition ot my support of I oR.EE BRO'l5 I

Wife, wik-blto! buy yew, batUesjilps Stan luteljr' without foundation, and It your candidacy, yon must' If elected Mrs Id* B. Hays Prwfrietres*. ,

and whip! the ,wily, little Ja.... Sbe1D&I' now remaius to l bl! seen whether or vote In the Legislature for tbe election I I KINpEU LOU. GA., f

{ get the; "dough ,:bolt unless the not e w1 ll 1 make till amende honorj. 1 of Mr. Taliaferro. whether he

......_.>_i,_.._. chase,> she will have to able 'I Make mT _
r. was endorsed by the people In primary FOR
I :, . tl tli
''io' again $icfore tbe'Iboo'' men -- ,
-- ---- -- not I i
I election or << can not brine my-

will glv4 ap the ghost. A. MCDONALD I REPLIES .i I self to bt'lIeYDlth.t' any one possessed II j United, States Senator i 1 t Kinder Lou Crates

of even a mlted: amount of commonsense i j
When Freak dark returns to MIami l
; decency or honesty, would be t
May 2. *he will have suMcienttime responsible' such a base calumny. '! for Chase & Harney. Miami 1 Ji .
1 -- j for;
.in whh-n p> tell what be bas to Continue Flat Vote
wk from J>.se.J If It wa uport till truth of this report Se1J
say. The last time, be here thebale IK.1n.c1er i
that {concluded to write me''
hour allowed each speaker was the Metropolis!; Your telegram; to the you James :
down a .lteftDC tyrant" and j that P. Taliaferro. Lou ora esI
: not near sufficient for hijn. (but this /Senator. however.! has removed a'ldoubt
time fce win'!, have the wljole evening a* to the correctness of the such report had been proUD.rOD'! I all ovtr Dade County.
doubt to be correct' I would bow ''with ... ....... .. .. _
and ran and 'will tell a great deal that ,, Sta 's .m..II&It' Whose name is commonly + t ..A..P. . .
: bumble IIIbml..fIOll tothe correctnessand
wilt enl1Fhten the voters, of Dadetoasty. ; "tU[ are evidenttyl! laboring under )
i I your '
justice of conclusion. I
> cannot -----
t ,the impression [that I ,bave been doing more pronounced as
H t conceive of;! a wretched and ,
+ son thing to defeat your nomination! tyranlcal demand than' that which the i j ....................................................

3 la Utah the law prescribes) that j, for State Senator at the next primary.How ; if it was spelled :
report referred| to would make me; f
{ condemned murderers murt be! shot you bsre' got this Impesiuon sj Epicurean Restaurant
guilty of. I have never thought of : \ S
e Yentrrday a murderer wis executedla firmly In your mind. I. of ............ best '
t making any such demand directly or :
Salt Lake City by this manner., ;: la known to youroelf.To indirectly of yn. or of any agent ofyours. Toliver jos-i2tit si. V;

rhtrago three murderers were hanged charge me with any attempt to I I ISpecial v : ? ,!

fiI at about the. same gmeP: .41 arither defeat your nomination is so utterlyat But what Is a tyrant anyhow! He' II : Cootinuout Service from 6 clock m..' until 10 m ft* !
them died fender -- -- mmtea. variance with the facts la the case p :
of I. the ftatah ease of eve |utlou that I cannot avoid the conclusion la In my opinion will a listen man who will not I ***.....*.e..ee...*e....*........................... Ni >. .
reason to no appealfor '
death was Instant "'bk-b" the most that you are a victim of1 a most damnable .
justice. from in Imaginary opponent i -- ,_. == vK.J.
I humane! The gallows aJTojrcs T *teJ treachery on the part of someunscrupulous
nor will he his will
or Judgment !
horror loathe, condemned I than! asjl liar who is frying to de- TECK: I ';
J of any matter to friend of tae | B. K: B.&IL&
other means of|modern exorutioa.+ 1 j stray 'that 'friendship that hai loon .
To whom do these characteristics beat 9 .
L I ( existed between myself and the Jonesfamily. pee Bailey
apply In this case-yon or I! will
ONLT A HERO. i My political) friends la Dade a.._. \
falls leave the verdict to the public: to rea- I Kip""a
The Amereaajnation; never! to. at.11ouch\ for the truth if my YACHTS. LAUNCHES
show appreciation of a brave (deed.Guaners .dt.mf'Dt. when I say to you that byword

Male Ma_. of the battleship or deed... my every effort was dinned '' I quote you further from the Record Overhauling Repairing- :Marine Railway.

Missouri, upon which thlrtjr. oe :jtojthe 1 success of your nomination. letter: "At last 1 found out that he I 7011.\nua: : D MIAMI. FLA J

brave American; officers and| seamen \ will refuse to believe that you did not ,mean to endorse, or have me .

were killed by an explosion la one of would: charge me with disloyalty without endorsed at alL I will let my ac- "
the '!hero tloa which speaks louder than words .. "* ir
tbe big talTt'ta. Ia just now baring been Informed by some
one *-*- -* .
-w-11-- .
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JHis1 . . T
: : speak for Itself. A few days before i
of fee nation, ; to that effect And It Is now ap f:)
_act of closing a dangerous "jnagaxlae you to give me the author of such an your rather left Miami. after the adjournment Sale '' -

when turmoil,was at I IU I height unmitigated I falsehood, and If yon refuse of the last term of the I : 5.76 f Sap Qarlo5 Ii I .
aad a general, explosion Imminent betide to do so. yon are doing/ me an Circuit Court. an endorsement of your

: other deeds then'and afterwards. Injustice that I do not deserve, and the candidacy which aa I then aad BOW. OFMenis i, .
Formerly 6 palm )Jtot< 1. j
have .'011. hint world-renowa and res friends hat I have In Brevard county understand wad dictated by your,father. i I ? :

pect. Congress will likely award him ,j will BO !be kept la Ignorance:. of till was brought: to me by Mr. Atklasoa Summer Corner Avenue B and 11th Stre t[

but this to not sufficient From Pen- fart th I have been slandered without t* alga together( with Mr. Dtmlck I '! I
Gus. A. Muller.
rarola where the catastrophe occBrrea '!; rau e. and himself. I did] alga rt and although Clothing Proprietor

comes the word that :a .ub.erlptlon., Yours trnlv. It was a* yon! see directed to ; :

tkaa been started aa a reward of merit (Sighed) J. A. McDonald. Dean Brother, of the Palm Beach i I Open all the year

and that from' allover tbe South are AKboi th the conditions proponed News It. neyerthHeae was Intended. \ ATCohen's. ,

'pouring la contributions. i* { la the tter above If compiled with for the Miami Metropolis also:. the + Rat% s }15ii per day aud up. Special; per week and to Commercial :

.Munson, probably aa ail'brave menjvellevea ; by you, ould result la either my conacqnlttal. endorsement referred to la aa follows: n en.. La-jfe Sample !Kmmn.P. t
.'. O. |{. '. .
that be did nothing but hl>p vlctton r I have nut up to The Honorable Wade H. Jones, o' I MIAMI. I'LA.f .

duty and eo be 11141. Bat that does this dat received reply. I hope you Brevard county appears to be th- . . '-'- -' . . <. !

sat .detract; from the bravery of hh! have ao decided that after trying choice of the conservative Democrat I 1 '

....... He. possibly would rathe not my case la the ugh court
have inch totorlsty. hat tile 'JNIOrW Imacinaaad Ion. ardrcun s" Judt.aad Jury office of State Senator from the Thirteenth *

know when to act and boY far t.i rirr + stantial evidence that Senatorial District As representative Hotel

.!' ',>"r appysei.tisp.'* TB.-VI reward my aaquallfled denial of every charge from Brevard county be ha> I I Biscayne t

cheerfully. --UbecaJhr' ar4 fewNnjJy. that yon have i lade against me la not made 'a creditable showing at Tallahassee. 1

The will of jtae people hi law. 'Muavoi>> entitled to consideration and reply. and will doubtless' do as, well 1f I If 015-11 from Xoer ,
i A hero sad aa MIdI be mist lie'coo- Now. rlr'as there are many others Interested for the district We endorse his caa-'I. I.t to :Ma1 ht. GRAHAM, Proprietor

teat In this dldacj and wish him every success.-r f
Would ,that the nary aad Ve matter besides you Comer Avenue D and Twelfth Street

world. were, +!lined with mea cf hU ca- and myself 1 Insist that you reopeajeourt I,

l I will! not, la this caM, be Mess Deaa Bros, West Palm Beach:
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DAILY. MIAMI METROPOLIS.I I at Miami.hi* t.rotbf'r1 In now,) :.II'In. Thus 3..N*.Hie.Gladwln.visiting For Monday April 25th 1904.J.

1 I As usual )II'. Gladwln is shoving some
MIAMI. FLA.. April,23, 1W>4. of our residents the way to catch Huh : ,

In Indian! river for he brings them ID
MAIL, SCHEDULE. when others fall -East Coast Advocate.
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Arrive from the North- \ : W

..r 11:25':05 p.a. m.m. I' Mr. and Mrs Chas. E. Shade, of PRICES THAT MEAN/ UNMISTAKABLE ECONOMY.: 1..

Tuwola; III. who hare been here several -
Close for the North- ,
5:06 a. m. j weeks aDd who Intended to leave I! Skirts! Skirts! Lobes Shirt Waists.
today for home, hare decided to wait
: another week, or until the present bad I Ladle Grass Lines Skirts, five cored lap seams Inverted pleat Ladles' White Laws Waists, pleated front, each pleat trimmed with I

THE WEATHER. s weather In the North and West breaks. regular"prfce $3.00. Special..... .........I... .. .. ..... .. ....$1 '3Q lace, blouse sleeve lace trimmed cuff. ; a very dressy waist. Special: this .f

\i I ":- ". .. .. .. .. .............:....................\..........&248
Washington.-For Easters Florida- I lira. A. Wj Bole, of Tltntville: whi I Ladle, heavy welt white Pique' Skirts, seven cored perfectly tailored I ILadi.

.Fair and warmer; east to tooth trlalsMaximum Is well know he.e. came down j-wiei- ..... are. a regular ".00 skirt this sale .....o. ... .. .. ...... $298 ..' white lawn Waist Duchess front, with wide pleats, trimmed

day to Tint| Captain Bal, who WM with embroidery, meilallona, .......
$.3. \ special ............-$1 30 J
Miaimum.7L --L! here on"business connected with the X. i Ladles' white Sicilian Drew Skirts seven :cored, lap seams, man tailored -

C. a: 8t L. R!. Th-y re'urned to and perfect In fit. reduced to .. ... ....... .. ... ..... .$s 98III' One hundred waist In Madras and Laws many different style to

TltusTllle ,last night select from worth $UO and $2.00. This lot to be closed at ..;. 98

I +- TOWN TOPICS. "J I Prof.Instcelebrated A lute I IR Pabst.and-a of brother the Smithsonian of the A Very Special Marked Down Sale of Muslin Underwear. II .

''brewer. Is in the and ,
PREPARING MORTAR.-The I work mill rema n here until the next trip New Dress Materials.White Ladies Hose. I 1
of slackingRim. for mortar purposesla of the at mer Miami to Havana II Blue and Pink French Lawn, full 45 Inches wide. Special.3 5 Ladles' Pin Dot Lisle Hone Hermsdorf DyL full regular made 75e

the erection "of the wall of the when he- 111 RO to Cpba to make an value, to this sale at .... ... .. ... .........L .....r............ 4 RLadles' .
Halcyon Hall Hotel. I* being done a* examination of certain minerals. I Several design la whit figured Swiss, serviceable and dainty, .r.

ra&lfltl7.Jble.. Several hundred I -- to co this sale at .. .. ... 25 Lade Thread Hose full regular made, embroidered with silk

barrels will be slacked and mad .Irasdyj Mrs King and her two sons. LeRoy regular p..ea. 75 e, this sale ..................f..t.......... QQ
for use. ;j and ((Ralph left Thursday to take up II Seventy-five different pattern la lOe and 12c Lawns, at..8 Ladles' forty-gauge Hose full regular made, absolutely fast black

TOMATOES STILL ;'oVlNG.-1 I wherej: Mr. King has an extensive tomato I and seamless, special 2 pain for ....-.............f.............2S

Dteplt the fad that the tomato crop I I &I'III. Mrs. King has been ambt :-x..xNER.Y'!
acceptable compositor upon the : !

is on still the rapid decline from several Cutler carload and Ne...,'.* well as a pleasant member THIS STORE IS MIAMI BUSIEST XIu.lkERY CENTER IT DESERVES TO BE. COME IN AND SEE. THE PEERLESS
are moving dally OFFERINGS
the Homestead country.' Fire carload society ledge News.In our town.-Cocoa and Rock- II FOR THIS SALE. OUR MILLINERy] DEPARTMENT IS NOW REPLETE WITH THE NEWEST IMPORTATIONS AND HATS II I


win move tonight The most of the Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Green, who bays

trait tf ere** been la the city several day with theiryacht Suits.
;Anna have returned to their _.
PINEAPPLES FROM THE KETS.- winter!, horn at Miami. Mr. and Mr*. Laces and Cmbroderys. Ladles' all wool Bin Sicilian Bathing Suits, large sailor collorof Remnaats.W .

The plneBpl crop of the key to fast i Green i an !jregular winter visitors to The most complete tin. of lace and whit Sicilian regular:price $UOI1lIt. Special .... .... .$360 I have several short lengths of
maturing and berg brought ay bychooner the but this their first BOYS WAISTS.Mothers' '
State was visit embroideries la South Florida This tattle danwsk both 'la
red and whit
for shipping aorta. The Tampa t Friend Boys' Shirt Waists la whit and colors I
to However, they wen de- department to pomplet la all the a largeassortment W* .will offer then*:Monday at a bar-
trait ta welt matured and the yield U !. UchUd witfe oar city and expect to newest aovettle of the season. all sites, price each i I... .................... go gala.A .

anything, Ie'aIIon the average for this retnruinexj! season.-Tampa Times.T W* are sole agent for the Standard Cadles' nndervests In all) sties, full bleached, taped neck and arm full line of House Furnishings at

part of tile eaaon. i I -- pattern' Two tor..q............ .... .... .... ..... 2S
j he-lowest price i iI jI ji iI


-Beginning May *. tile Peninsular, ftatal 1 NEWS ON THE jBAY.Thera .

Steamship Line will Ina- .
"prate a aeries of excursions from Mlaaal. E. B DOUGLAS
I are several coastwise schooners
Key West and Tampa to Havana. .
now IB port and this morning tile ,
Th. sailing date from her will be
i!number was Increased by :the arrival
Jlay 8, IX 15. 1'. and,22: tickets rood
.of the|Martha from the key.
to retarD oa any ateaatw. saUl lb.2tb | 310-312 Twelfth Street I Miami Fla.
the last day of aalllng from Havana t
The (schooner yacht Granatsa. with
oa th* return trip. Th* far from
,| Mr.' George, her owner and his peat
her for th. round trip will be $:! '
O.40.I'| has returned to {the keys In quest of
first-class, and $12.00, _d- .
both Including.meals and b rUaa. This 3 i, more tarpon. e i ii | l4llVltillN 11111a!. ABOUT SALT POTASH. I I i I
la aa excellent trip and 'no doubt the I!
excursions will be .well patronised. | ,The facht, Klondike with Mr. and AT THE CHURCHES Although potash to an article la al BUSINESS lOCALS. I 11 1 1A 1s
I Mrs: Blackaton and Mr. H. Price-Il-
: meet constant use In families throughout .....illiSliVCFOR I "
ARE NOW AMERICAN CITIZENS )l Hams on board. Is expected to return the civilized world few are aware MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD. ,

-Four persona, resident of Dade !i From the keys tomorrow or Monday. mss TO.\ORROW\ of the fact that the only deposits of I :hereby announce myself as a candidate

lusty were naturalised this : 55C I. this chemical/ are found In the German for re-election to th. office ofii '

Ing by Judge He,.... and __. mona.I' Captain Ross, who carried croand..1 Empire and constitute one of the chief i member of.Board of Public Instruction | w

sea of the State of Florida Tbriwere j party; yesterday to the fishing FIRST M. B. CHURCH.-Tomorrow source of revenue of the Teutonic of Dad county subject to the Demo-1 BOOKSELLER'MIAMI

P. L Fay a native of Scotland: 'j had, luck considering: the at the First M, E. Church the! pastor royal family. These mines are locatedat rratlc.primary May 10, 1904. |

| J. L McDonald, a native of England: I weather and water. will preach at the moraine service oa Stassfurt. ninety miles from Berlin. d W. M. Burdine. i FLA ,
I I the of The Lost Coin." At 'I I
1 Loots Centl. s native of Italy and yetJt&OOd I subject Before the mines mere discoveredthe
I Cart Otto Widen a abject of the King ., with Mr. and Mrs. 7:IS p. m., there will be a revival service best substitute that could be found FOR SALE.-A fint-clas sailboat|

of Swede AH hare -resided In this ...., aboard returned something of Importance to every for the, product was wood ash. such built'| by aa expert and worth $150. I
I[ her .,. The revival Will ell for $75. Apply to this office. Splendid Sqnar Plans IB good repair
I conaty for some Urn and now'; becomeI from a cruise of one. meetings will be eon- I.. the Southern plantations used In ,
for sale
very cheap. lira K. 0.
n Hedged American citizens, with ther''1 several) 'jweekJ oa the lower coast and tinned next week AH are invited to the old days for making I lye soap. The 209.1 Beck. '

greatest of prlvlleges-the. ;right to' as far as 7'ainpa They have had avery attend these meetings. I Prussian mine are twenty-seven in 1M
pleasant trip and large catches -- FREE SCHOLARSHIP. ,
] number and were devoted to the production OFFICES FOR::REN'r-8lnp
or *B>
of fish }mono; which were several tar. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH.-Subject of There are many young people *a i
.f| of salt before salt rock \
) was'discovered. suit; see lleAl1I er-Beek. real i stay
I pon. The yacht will remain hen inde moraine sermon "Ability and ,Oppose Miami and Dade county intended la'learalac
'I I i ij I 320 1-2 Twelfth Street Miami. FlaPleasant
\ .1 finitely. '!1. tunity. Subject of evening discourse I |1 book-kseptoc and of-egre-I

PERSONAL MENTION.jaoBacaaaaeftarE .f II I I I I e e "Diligence the Indispenslble Condi- |I j given When to the the new world variety about of forty salt yean was'I ''p"', and the Metropolis propoan d Sleeping Rooms la myTwelfthStreet .

Lion of SucceeLwFIRST make poaafbte for two of Oaas tfl
e I The launch Enterprise which has i ago the Prussian mines' were tempo- : Realdenc Shower bath

Jarrett, of Arch Creek, to here toI I bees osja Cruise of aereral data. with I Irarily abandoned and liD a few yean have a ehanea without CM fleet .C ft' (te. For rent at summer rat**. Him.n .
CHt"KCH.Tl"putor single dollar. For MI details of the
liP. and iMr. J. E. Ingjabam and Xn C. Beck.
{I. search for the rock was Instituted. 118.
m.bIIl rd, Ia will preach {at both services. plan see tile sixth page of this pspef.f I
nor at Fort Laslerdale "
The salt
was found but In a badly ,.
Subject 11 "The
L. E. Manll of CUtler. I* .p today ,,11'11 re she attired yesterday a. m. tartniy Taoer adulterated j
condition and an analysisof '
aacle and the Eternal Mansion. Sub BIDS WASTED.
bwtnee sorting t" wing the Headquarters fancy groceries fruits
--I 'rom there for party 8t. ''ap.uDe. train Mr.cagrahauq ject. 730.' The great| mystery-"Chrtot the adulterant revealed the fact -+ I ete, at Wltooa a: Flys'a. THoUto

and : I .. In You the Hope of, Glory. that It was the most valuable* part of Tenders are requested for the deliver ion
D. C. Brows wtte. <<1 Cutler art ".r. 11' 11 return III a I the mineral The and famine ran buy genuine
potash at
was oacetall'1l
I tile beach at Florida
Cap la vJda-
those la Miami, today. 'ew, dan as make a further '
; trip Tennessee
examining PRESBTTERI CHt"RCH.-At to all a* a commercial fertll- cream at Biacaya Drac
of Old South Pout
ity Town and
---J th. lands of the r. E. C '
Rya Company.
leer and establishments IB iu
the Presbyterian Church Kentucky '
N. R. Smith, of Palm Beach Is a via 1t which d b. la: third ricepresiieee tomorrow j I wharf, of twelve hundred tons native
hoc moraine the pastgr, will preach era aDd other Southern State take a large rock la
In Miami tnday.)J I piece not under fifty pounds. Pan Tennessee cream oa sal atBlacaya
I i "A Niche In Heaven to Hold Our 'i proportion of the material In which
i .1. to begin not later than May Drug
i iL Ws." Evening. Three ,, the Tennessee Florida and South Carolina lat.1 Company. 143 \
Jaclunli The wlad Captalaa. aad completed by August 1st.
L A.1)avldsoa. of vine Is down yesterda* and this rIng ;, _
business, and win reSisin a day m blew ;fully thirty| mile per "0- r. At the 11 o'clock service the choir will I phosphate to largely used. i I Rejection of nay and all bids reservedby U you want lee cream that to good

woe ad was something oa the nature of a slug the anthem. "I Heard the Voice The mines are controlled by a syadlcate R. M. Monroe. and pare buy It of the Blacaya Drac

-11 ; X; detaining small boats In port of Jesus Say;" at the 7:10 p. m. lieI'-I'' And are under the supervision,> 203 Cocoanut Grove Fla I Company. Thy DM Tennease* cnam.

J. T. SolD,," and H. T. Nellgan. ofIt. I t!: vice a arrangement of Nearer of William. Emperor of Germany andi \ Itt

Augustine were In'the city yester- The finest lace for the least My God. to Thee." I i i King of Prussia. They employ 21.0001 I FURNISHED HOU&X I -
|ay OB bu I--. J | | it The Racket Store. j men and yield IJOO car loads a day of oa Tenth street for rent Apply al W* an* Tennessee cream ta an oar

i Honest' Joe Folk seems to be making potash. Of the entire output 75 percent this ofilee.j lee cream aid also bees tile plats

B. H. Rhode, :;St.,AugnstlaK war Youngsters who are out now after good prop's twarts the Cotrritotrblp I to used for agr+cultural purpose cream pa sal at taBtocaya* Drag
moos those from the north In the J j! *, while the remalndler to used for i LIVELY CONTI:8T.:
W o'clock at Bight had best beware. of Missouri. It to said that .'C of 32. ,
(ity yesterday{ ; j j !i I chemical purpose It U largely utll- : Miami Cbnaervatory tt Made
J 1 This morning Chief Jones called the counties have Instructed for him; be:|';: lied la the rvaalde proce is of extractIng One vote with every tea cents paidi Franklin :,ONaniaa Bush director m

| W. V. Clark and CJ W. ConW of attention of the offlcen to the law la sow has lOt delegates, with rmo'ieu: : cold from the ore. l I i I I for subscription to the Dally Metropo- Twelfth street ea

Ins. are among those, In tlj. vlty tony this regard. for more. There are three e.lL dt-litte I \< Ma,. which caa be need toward paying

n* bnan*.t 1 1Rob. j i r i All ,UlID la stationery at The some worthy young person's way TOTING OONTJ:8T.I : .
"It, seems that some of the men against. him: Judge Gaatt of the Missouri '
Racket Store. through a correspondence coon la
have allowed the matter to slip their Supreme Court. Mayor Ree-l of I ;;
Every subscriber
B. Clark of Orlando. to. hook-keeping or stenography. For fun to the Daily Metropolis >
memoriss' Dad the chelt "I want Kansas City and Harry B. Ha.e..
business Mr. Clark j A letter from' oar friend Willie !particulars! read the 1IaIt....* announcement .1 Pall aid BOOM deserving you
Cutler yon to watch an young boy you see formerly a St. Louis police eomml"- man aid woman
securing >Ml
a tomato farm below Flowers who la to-day'I paper.. a *satdocaOon
out after > o'clock. Qneston them sioner. The last named I the I you will remember Is at .
nick he ha realised haadaome nAfter strongest by using the ballots to which
o 1 and f yon find they are out-unless having 111 St. Louis delegates repre-r Miami among other, things Inform NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE! I they are entitled OB payment of .. ,

': seat oa errands by Ither pareata--arrest seating the machla which Folk has '.s that he had a narrow escape from I I scriptlon,, Read v offer oa alxth.
| the closing of TI aarille' Pub- ': them and brae{them to the Jail : ought so valiantly Reed... 33 del*.i death recently falling from a church COllft rough lemon trees diameter -

cbool. file Aleph ).Mist. say sheU and lock them ap until aon...." fate from fire _UN.. If Folk .ildected steeple CO-odd feet from the ground. about one Inch; fine root; saarificed

| agate take ap her art atadtoa at This taw to ODe that ta to be'eontinended. Governor he will be In a posh\ Fortunately he escaped with sever I fat six ....ta.u, tt cold ooa.. Cnmad I CARS OF HOUSE WANTED.-A ron

with Mis Louise Carpenter a and the] action of the chief lion to smash the political power of: braise ..d. ahakenp-Holme* County I mast b* cleared early la x.,. Can be desiriae to bar th tr furnished

alar young artist of that dty.- In ordering that) all officer should the corrupt: ring which he ha* proat- Advertiser. ,sees at, the Ruisom grove. Orange horn cared for during the tiaiBi r. tor

-I; Coast Advocate see that It to carried oat win naivegeneral wad ofearVnly as circuit attorMT.: 'Glad. oj address the use of a portioa *g the ease mrcomaiBalcat
I public I approval. -,.TaatpaTli and tfYVaol'' lected Missouri should I No plant to so beautiful that It sin Thou W. Mather. Mngr with
ears of K '
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...A. R..! Bhervvraal; K. -. ,haac bar h4 la shame entirely excuse a'' toasts eau 21* BoxM .aty. tropoUa. -, --- .-. t4J

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The Daily Miami Metropolis: Miami, Fla.

CHANGE The Tirnea'' write-up of the Spark- oooocI XXQOOOIJOOOOc: : I
man Club's McNamee meeting at the : .
The jUwisvllle Con eTJw.Itrn.l call couijt! bOOM square Tuesday( night t* i I Bush & Safford Piano COil WH H.
of the campaign.
the humorous part
'a la
# t'pr.l.tftltial
attention to i> r
The fellow who handled the story was i'I.car|""mt dSio,00oc.
eciwie-. Mi. VJaturmm'* we I
descend upon |FeUehtUl worn* either really deaf and Ming or assumed Sel Reprseatsttv..
Kt a* follows.Before e theee defects for: the occasion. His i St.1. r&Jr Jc Sx: 's'.- T=rk. Ciukbincj ,Rates.
;3 be":became ':P..id8t heM ,all effort to keep away as far from the,1 j Em.rroa P1a.n j 0:1.. :Scstoa. I
earnest advocacy: jot reciprocity as facts as possible In describing the Other His Grade Pianos and Piano Players. i
meeting was almost on a par with the
well M tariff.rafo.va and the inertaysteai. lP"The
adroit IB which Mr.' Sparkmaa Pianos from $225 Cash or Tun-
"l la [taking the place of the manner tip easy payments.
dead ileKlslri, hi voluntarily pledge :, himself evaded the Issues of the cam- ning and Repairing. \ tew bargains in slightly
himself to okriT ouljj I Mr. )LcKInlay'spolie4 t pap la his wonderful speech. The used pianos. Open evenings. I people of Dade County will' want all the news
the TJ>ry cora4f Moos uf hlch 1 i Tribune expected that the word "hood- this year as it is to be an interesting one. because
". was reelproei ty. An.1 yet ha cad bent i|iums" which is the ,Times' favorite of the elections'
la. H|. Me aJer' seat but a ibert: i:epithet for those who differ from It In 1- --

time ambitious Before.political the deveopmnU game he !bad fit he setout I politics.column would In be describing used ''somewhere the event lalj Centrally Locatcc *i National State and County

tai play e need him that.hu i.nf- 1 and |'t I. not disappointed. The kHi
eeae irould ''be furthered ,t r turning Candidly, the Time Is guilty of a ,- ? n "4 _.- ...- -T-
gnxU misstatement of when It I
his bock OB' reciprocity vld ta-i reform -
Ad his be not oily ii!L bathe I says i that )II'. McNamee Interrupted E A.FORSELL PROPRIETOR. :
btfrled reciprocity tm the grave ot Mr.' f parkman'a speech. Not by word Pioneer The Metropolis)
its champion. while he tfamplM the alp or gesture did be do 10. either lathe
merits system ender toot at every tep I nt or aecoVd address of the CoIIcreMmaa Has perfected arrangements whereby it can offer
took and became aa persist'11Ia and any other Intimation or I RATES $:.nr+ TO $:.;0 PEK DA' I such attractive rates for various newspapers
spoli sag I* 1 j pursuing Ha penvmalke statement la a bald perrenlon of the,i : that there should be no excuse for people re
lamblt aa as ever- occuple<| the WbiteHari. ,truth a. even. honest man present 'Ii Hotel ComerA\'i"ue.U."d nth *rre>*< i maining in ignorance as to the happenings of I
can ieitlfy.
i the
FLA. year.
truth of the matter is. the I
'. evelta The ,
TV members of )II' Ha *) own
party} will scarcely have i be nerve w ,Spa'kDlaD people were wonted in every j -'C' a I : --
deny Lhta. Hla record has teen a queer phase of he meeting ta arpme t. I
on*. f He was thrown tet> the presvdene In statements of fact, la enthusiasm llAflci I RATE. .
*, with 11, his (hsor eejaew'and and ta the political complexion of the -f'k F. W.
untried upon him.]'by Jte heedless !audience. It I* high time that Mr. i
b.adtof] fatej It was not long before Sparkman'i frlenda, speaking thmuch: : The Daily Metropolis
his verwheimtoc ] to succeed his organ should advise him to arold I &Ch.1wct .aa 8ua.z n
htmstlf crowded! out desire; of Bisverjj u.obC21ca. public debate wth his opponent la i 1 I now bare ta my employ1one of th* 1 i and 'I' One Year
Future, and they hare done n. bent dr.ruman to the Booth aid ambetter
other consideration, and he began '
Lo play 'the rankest son O poll The Times says "Mr. Sparkman 1 I repered thaa ever for furnishIng ': Da Times-Union $1oego
tics His change nto -stasdpatter* would be fully Justified la refusing to ptai. del details for good build-
us the UrIC qneetloa .....auddea; bathe meet McNamee la future and *pp.k- toga, flee cablnH work etc I II I Semi-Weekly Times-Uniop 550.
ng from *hej standpoint of the Convres.man's am auw headqnartera for tensed i
hfcd to come i a. oud to'lt, to apltecarry
of hla/ promUe UKteley oat the; Mc- political welfare and his -= work scroll sawing and an work a*> I I1, Weekly Metropolis with SemiWeekly Times12.00-
-, fo the -staadpatters'w.rs hope of re-election, he undoubtedly sally done to,a first class plaalag/ min ', t Union .
wombTampa Tribune. Bead me your' order for door s HI 'I -
domtaa t. he did an he couldto
: I window frame, baflusters. brackets With Atlanta Journal twice
kin dHeralded a wee -
ROBBED .. ate.. and lie ,
.I THE: ORA VJ: er'Dce4.,8
i the champion ot merit synem a I With Weekly Palm Beach News -
i an branches of I government; serf A atartUni Incident U narraied by MIA \1 r. FL/ I 12.00
Tee aooa ben 0e apparent to aim John Oliver of Phlladelphl. aa fol- -
that K was the {potlsmaa who wale lows: -I was to aa awful eoadltioa. A OR1AT 8TN8ATION. !> III Old subscribers all
A hornet'* ......t. a small co-urtd boy must pay back dues before they}
F the i heat practical pots ciaaL Th My skis was almost yjellow. eyes sunken -, There was a M* aeuaaUos w LewrUlei I can take advantage of these offers and cash'in
know how to play the and a match caused a blue last weekat
snea who political ....
tongue coated pain eontlaaaHy to ; lad. W. H. Brows of that advance
pmst'to manipulate districts sad i Merrilt that i must accompany all orders for
aide. place who was exj 1 back and BO appetite growlagweaker these combinations.
control. deleptloss--bedreaded them his Bfe land by Dr. King1 Neil! Dtocorery Blair's borne, etc, as well aa all the
.. day by day. Three physician i iI
la has business, so feet his wrath for ConsnmpUoa. He write: homes la
against'them and turned th* smilingalde'of had1glr..a mi ... Then t w& adrlaed 1 adored insufferable agonies j from I that vldalty. bat for the ADDRESS
t! ."... face ta.tkelr to use Bleetrte Bitten; to amy joy. the i,Asthma bat your New Discovery;gave timely aid of the good' neighbors
apoUamaa" white sad .oolor+ed. Eve. Mr.
a aHbecame am bottle made a decided lmproa'mat .. Immediate relief and eooa thereafter OHara(4taw (
i eomptete reeor of I eoattoaed their use for threeweeks effected'* complete core." Similar the blaxe from Indlaaola. and he Miami Metropolis.r
t' 1.. wbea..ltJ8 OaaUr -]'wtn be a aid aaa BOW a ...a.... I I cone of eoasampUoa. pneomonla, 1 land his JMoChei1IImed: to Merritt ,>:tI
sr nnoa..nun.. of bronchitis sad grip are aumeroas.Ifa .
I land worked for
over two boors withthe :\
f, 1 tocoasteteocy ihe tale of W tepvJ- bow they robbed the gnre of aaotherTktiam. the peerless remedy for an throat I
" aive'msa'w could yet'ttetve' kik ." |No one should tan to try aid tang trouble Price Me andOmanatosi I1.OG.II | rest to help subdue and pat oat f j
k..t.d, JrIacIpII;sad bboatrEnes theam. Oily M mats guarantied stan by i i an druggists (trial I I the flame*.-Cocoa sad RockJecI&9 '

. .. at Ue can ol.-al. ;'.'...... utrsggita j I bottle f is. ........-- ..J. j'Newa '"
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LOCA TIME CARD No'jn Effect Apr. fel904., : REAL ESTATE'Septa alone with we now the otter hare the mercers political and = Trade Mark: i I .

NYTIs ovsW HWL OCTNMVHMA Of.tMIRSUlAR '"pool. In "_blus" of thin tort It i "WADDELL'S i I ;
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= r- fl ( Is the """' that are "pooled" and I
.aN a..n KN rs.7$ I
10.17. ..,.,. s1ATleat L.lly. Del,. I the people 'who are tooled and Guarantee it a S I
Offices Uin Cor. Are. C and 1:1: lb tI,.
.... .-:::'::::........... /.vJ.waf'. are. .. ......... .... ; up | whatever may be the, character of '
00pNs Written
..._.., ."-. .........&-.Juo.v. a ............ ........... .' Up' of Coatnct"You
... ... ... .M. .......... ............ Miami Dade Co. Florida. some our commercial comblnaI S
III 1117.M N s ..:_...:.......:....::::..... IlaaUDN t.ru.it ..............,..............,I'f .M..1 Ii q, ) ,I II I Uoni they are more due_ and 0bi -
u... ... .....................L..r.a.. ..... .. tM. t1.j ,
y -- ----- i jeetloo.ble of Inflicted ... /
N 1110 P .._..............:...Ar..r latt '.... .. .... .... ..!!. 16. I I, any yet anon a it are "or << ''
pIt ". .......................L..hlar.a .r.:. : ,. .... W a 00 PIN PO long lufftrinx public. The latest main He LCI. < '
te .._ __........ .....A._$..... v. .......... ........... . .. I IpuUtlon of this penliar tradracy and i'''
t.ie _w........_.... ...Lvbu Ilat.. A.:.................... .T... 10, r i > the one In which the people of Florida He putt you 'on top (i''
tI D ...._._._........Iow..JI-.ra. ..... N. U 3p I i have moat at stake I* to be loud IB by telling you tt the
._ ._.... _......lIaa.ell 1ow..C..... : lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. |II bottom
t I "p .-._ .... .... ._ ......._Lap.et. ....v. ......... ............. I.I". tI. I (the senatorial /Iattuatlod. I
y ; SOP '
.__._ ....,_. ........Ono.d .... ....................... I tT. ; ... Sausage Hams Poultry etc. t .
For loin. c. ,. .
g" ... ..... ....... .. ,.... ............. ..... .. ... .Ii. I time It hw been evident ." .... if ,.....
IJ. ...-..-......_-_.....:..P.rilt.y ... .............]; .......+:. tin N.u P 208 ,.U'DfF. nj . MIAMI FLORIDA. that a secret noder Utidln of some ... ...,or I'UIt"..", .
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..... ......_ .JII.w 'u.y t .. 10 P.T 1& eIfft ;. S
.w... :.. ..... ...f..k Nil ........ a. .. I' ort exlited< between Governor" Jn- J'OUft rrgar di.Y !need
PP ._..:.__- .. .... II ........: .t.-....._..... I It J U R t Out ai71Gt.ds.s
I' _......__.. O. ..l ,r. .... ...... .... ... a.l.a.r Mp ntngi and John N. C. 8tot'klODr and i '
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...__.. .. ...ko.. ...:....:......: .......:... 17. 10" I i
that wbatvvvr '
1. II ..._.. ...[.. tall.. ..... .................... 'N. 01. LARGFSTSTOCK! ; ebe the;r might be doing i
81 % S Up I p ..+=.:........ ... ....._...;......'t..._............... 'N,. 11 w. or (paring undone they were e.. A. WADDED
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w w }1 P p ...-..........-. .,.-.... ....-......................,...... I. N. It MI I |tearing DO utoiie unturned to lajort Reel .$M5 tatoemarloa ......
II }i. ___...........:.....,..1'1......__.............+.......... 1 tit Fans Groceries PRUHS. Cot...... dl ,
aM __ ................I3bbtl.........._................ l1 : Na } Senator Taliaferro In the public estim Ags .y
... 1!, ... ..w... .. ........ &...... .......... ....... ........ R, .... Office first
ation. The first obr< Indication J Nit. Bail.
$4< a ._...._......,..... ...Iea_................................ t 50. Ha} Grained;! and Fertiliiers.rRCSM VEGETABLES on* of liiii. i Fb.
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...... t ....... .. .. N Ms this undrrstandiEg between these
w ti : .._........_......R.... II..d......._................. "P 5 0. ... J
aK .. ... ...... w_Jn Wf ......_...._.. .... 1', a Ne two HIimtrioiM patrjnu was givenwh .
e w ._ _........;......:w. r.le $ eii..................F:..... /.e Yachting Trade -
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p1 ...-... _.... .. .J1.-.................... ........ 11" a .) i : y a Napoleon Iro ard. of dl.,,"-
/i ... ....::. ._' H, ..Me TWO IS BXTTMTHAJ
.. } ..-_ .-_- .._ ....'n i.oaJray..r.-_ ........ ..... ...::..... 11 tan lame threw sift his mask and: 02(?. .
: : ._. ....._...... .._..II U..I.........".I:...... ... .. f N, M.aw shied his cantor Into the ring.It Hens tor;;;
NP _";.._. _...Lw..Ctt .......................... 10.TN .. E. L. Brady Co. spa ale ... Pmop4m I
,.. .J.--: ......... ....A.. .11t.1., L...r-..................... N' weANYOSD n *d hardly be said that this and reader.. r kww You.... I. save ...., t .
could never have been done without bow to help ,.... ''We
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U&.CH. I ''o.- & CITY BHAXCH.D.11 GIROGEiRB.. Mr. Eta ktos'. knowledge and there ,)w price or to ODe you pay. a little _on Shia
pa er and
Ket the .
Phone g4. Is good res'OII to believe that It was ,. wa.",. The I.rl..e uI UIe 1ft i _'I
,iSTaflos.. i, ::i.'I : .,1 a .no. Dili IMIf I TimValoa Daily
w aLV( ....... .."Ole .... j t IIlow. M .. .... ft 1 Cor.: .&.ve. 3D anci Twelftta. St. rover done without! his consent and .... rMlICecIto# the Citizen fuUowlar bu reontlp prioeaWt p.
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II L..r..BatrPel. .A 1 w II tea L. 0 .n (1'7 t Since that memorable
day the entire six ...,..
I. Ar'_'as..N'" .....oL. 11-1 HOp II-IA.. () f'I.Ja.. $ tI, ..,...... ............ii :,"
.. Are You Going Build ? outfit-Including the court Jester. 0. ,.,.. l..... .......... .... 25
..U s..> ..J, >rAYFCBT ...i t sty It to Racket Store Charley.otherwise known propq.oe so send you boat w

..ly .11tT ....,..I I ....CJL alIJ'.1:1'. I I as C Monroe Brown' has arted as a Citizen Delll and aDd.11481 the TiV.ioa aatl i

N ISIS. N s M ... ... Lv. Je t.asvt1I. Ar. .. T a7.11. N P If so, or it YOU need building material of am. I unit la all _ttal.. And, as from Six month.. ...Memo....... .ua. .I....:, *
N ... .. n 11. kind should fail their point of view, the most essential rl
} N M N a N .. .. hM.IwdN T m lilt Y1 p.et ypu not to see :!
will ';; lb. ;
N 1a N M. .w .AN..tl. D.. ...... 441p thing of all U to defeat< Senator send '' Semi-W.ekl t -
N u N N w ...... .Ar. r.ypsrt Lv........ : : u : N p Taliaferro. they have for nearly a year TJnea-Unioa and Clt -... u. UN L

AID OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.CIMC J. A. McDonald & Co. now their devoted venom,all to their the defeat energies of,the and one all Wl1 sfaraoroue m. .! lor.: ........ .... ... e J. ,

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CWWCCTMM HAN AT BUST wITI tTUMHs 0> Tat f. t a. 1 I. COByw FM man la the State whose personal 'Thus fur M emu F .

HAVANA KEY WEST. icier they rannot' hope to blacken, Price of the dail,.,.. get more' .wo&Jau PQWa She t

and whose public record they can distend and for Bfty C-BU .
...._ W. ......... Wr ..__ nasIlN L". er. lat... atd1..s.Casa.... Brick. u.. alar price of she morn Uaa. &IIe-r..
TkM.rttt s k.w Ik.H M wAND 1eII > f II am.sad Arpeil Inc Hair Eta but which they eaa never hope Jlanorou",.. .
It... bs..sl but<foI.am'" ............ ..*ick.h........d ,.eta .......-. UCA101* CcsBwat Plaater | the Be.i-Weekl '!'I..U.... gs
_Ys o.. 4 twit ns.ssNWs Nr 4117.r _-.-triaI..U.rf1r. to destroy. uc
::. "f say T* 4.sM Otie,A_ .D sad MU MrMCWilson's. Crslaes a1l4 the Fena.. and FnIt

-- - _____._ ___h__ = In all their recent speeches ,thtwo Grower.
..C.pv.,u.. LOCAL TTU CL2D/.e Otaer IalwaaU political conspirators hare work Seed ymtr *.1Iacrt1lClOM &0 IlL tail .
-8KE TBZ: TtCKrT AQKNT." I ::4 ed together. They hare attacked.. I to ad.awoe always h...the.. "....., 1' <

I NoveltyU ator Taliaferro and his record la YsTSOrowa
l J. D. KJLHJfta, Aaat. Oo, Afast.. ST. AUQtrSTXCT. TLA.If I every conceivable way and from Ylami, J'Ja .':L

I :8 every conceivable standpoint ands It : &t

U BOW IB operation Bad ready to > now remains to be .seea what effect pat
calve order .' these concerted attacks: have had upon

J. A. Robb'ins.s: Co. FOR AKTTHINO IN the public mind. I Cooley & Horner e =

*OOD NOVELTIES. One thing at least} la certain-the r

t Wimndow and door screens, window junior Senator must b*, a power of Tit Real Estitt uJ Pistil Alum iI

IHarness aln.d marriage ..and dar frame, atora Sitar, ,,fir strength.If .

work. Uridt trlmmiag of an ktada be were note the combined effortsof
epOBltor such political! leviathans. leg I List You Property With #ka. fiI

is after R. S. WILSON nings. Stockton and Broward ..ouldlIantl I -!
Quality long price
; remembered s
J CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. ,. be nercasarv to pull him down.And A '". piece of bay trim properlJ
1 I with riparian nrtau, witnl.Vf.V
It ia
forgotten. quite within the bounds of
FLAPS AV trictrtCATtoxri.For mtarati walk of UIe be.iseas on_ .
-- ----r- ---- --- possibility that In seeking to undermine 01 11..1. being tM feet oo bay cal _
Quality Makes the Bargain. Senator Taliaferro. the Three 400 fees deep, having a lot .! 11w
Best Meats and Choicest Poultry rrr<'DdtI" have simply succeeded la Mari. trees .. Ik Thia. a flaw
I place a wister home.We .
Taa.lltb convlneinir. the peoples, of their ownanworthlnens "'
4 31 e 1 7ldSssnl.T-1.:
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_ for 'any position of pu b' 328 Tnlftt
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I, The same energy that once attached

HEAVY BLACKSMITH. 1B'th Sweet: and Ave. D. to Jersey justice* and Jersey Ight-
Hone. Ww-'! '
3hneing, Wsrw A Carriage
F B Haven All Kind Repairing, sing was also characterized of1'Jersey Eagle Batter S6oe.

BrsslnsT and 8olderlnir They Carry; a run Line ofFlorida Democracy. AcrordlEC to all accountsof '
Fur Ckirs. No
!! All Stark; Guaranteed. First-Claa the recent Democratic convention Wiitiaf. ;

p and Western Meats. la that State the vigor of the Jersey Best Serrice ia the City. 'y.

>Shop 800. AvOElle D. Democrats has been fully restored.To A. COLBY
I They established, the meat business here in- April 1896MJ a Democratic: convention embracing SOlTw.lftkBtToM.Clubbing. x Proprietor, 1

more than !.200 delegates there

-- --- came a few scores of popal.... socialists
--- J. McDonald and anarchists.. 'YOI'lferatllllr lafavcr

: of the young man from SaD

$ EAOARD SANITARY Francisco who Imagines that the presidency @ e Rates..
e call be taught Not one of ,;

PLUMBING andPLUMBERS' them was a Democrat and not of You
: one can'save by sub
: money ,
l' .. Air Llq1 I Railway'Savannah. 1 1 them under entitled any to a drrumstaneeajnorlty seat la the convention scribing for the paper .

I SUPPLIES II. I \ would have been permitted by -you want through... I
FOR I the majority to bully the proceedings"

I I. CUnlud ia< Ucjdi i/t'icj/ I to.Its own ...... It might not have The

.- Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines. All kind of wheels had everything Its own wan but it

tw' Raleigh, Richm aJ: \V.uhin ton, Baltimore, Ear aale or rent I would have forced some sort of a cum- Metropolis. "

New York. promise which It would have claims
i Philadelphia, f
:1111"Street ,- liiol, FitMcNeill I as a notable tram ph. Ia New Jersey' We can give the f
: Three Elegant Trains 'Daily. the Democrats simply put the disturbers Daily Times-Union and

Seaboard New 'York LiiVlued. out. With nobody but Democrats
& Co. la the Daily Metropolis far ,
:: Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail convention the pror *.lIno .
i were disturbed no more.l f 10.00 a year or both

!,Modern Pullman. Equipment. Livery Feed and Sale Stable I;l New There Jersey will from be a this Democratic time forth.party The la for six- months foe. ; ,
T1. ....... .... ''T_ U in*I .. ..50'basil .......... Street way to have a Democratic party lathe 15.00. I i I
_....... .,.... ... _. ., ... Mua.. .waawd d Psn.r 12th West of Railroad. .. '
est.s .c, .}" t .*. sal .--..t5.lies........ .. .d nation to do at St. Louis as the tt
II. Amain..as..e.i..s T.rnwl .vie W. bl.s.1....".. .tit.... ,
tsdJarboavtn.L1., ....."'1,.++. > uwIe.i.l.k.wai I Iif. .1wer..w... 'i1.AS.u.b. ; We have gentle l horses broke for ladies to (ride and drive. Jersey Chronicle.men did at .Chicago The ';1\;

Only line operating daily "through sleepers fnin i I. tI"
.. I Good Comfortable Carriages The pretense that the last
New 1
Jacksonville to Orleims.t Daily Metropolis.TimessLnion .
l night was "oration for McNarreo"
I First ,class Teams and .
*-- Is the veriest balderdash.
I The
7 outcome Iwo

:information; 1 I'I' I Reliable White Drivers, 1 I simply verified the fact'' wen Semi'Week1y:
For full and .ationt
.keperIrtae| call on any agent of the

: Seaboard or write '..-. .-. .>......tjt.--. 1.1.- ii .-.t.<. t--f.-. ..-;',.......r..... I bo known. dlams to can everybody make more that noise a hundred that I

A. o. MCDONNELL 1St. GeL ,.11. 'u. 1ctsOD'fUe Fit r ,i a thousand sober dtlsens choose to
1HE $5.50
I a
Fltt Pastime unite. That McNamee ovatloa was gear
S. C. ,BOYLSTON, Jr... Pass. Apt.WAITCK : InctJStl7z Record i Weekly
\ ; composed of doisregard of .rolls of debate Metropolis and Semi

,- Putlittunf Co? violations of decency Ignorance Weekly Times-Union' boone
aii : a. .......iff Ik. .. IIca.... of a .......'.ny IllnlraloJ. '..11, of the due
.. courtesy between
>. I I I ...I't:':-sad :::--. II will k>Map**, wlttr.rtrrui>l>r.ictww. gentlemen year. S2.OO.
tent* Iv a LL-t sea and T""." alt *".. the yells and whoops of .
.. a mere
; 6KARAM JAMES M. \mc"m -
i JACKKOX. J m. I I. L PATTMtSOJI kMlMM Mocrfct lnm. mere .md.lawruts. ... --- -
... .. P'i, to.-. II p ....sad T.-a sad.d It sa.ld e.M.very -. Li....:.e..v 1600. ye..r moiety of the people la attendance.: It
I IDade' H I SP CIAL-TM K.a>r4 Cn iij uorct.to Man art ..c-- rite. ._ The
I --"pt"I..OIl_bedM _.... T. ds ibis Ik. rallovi.r .....f.>...,*_.,- Is an old and vala political trick intended Pompano Inn
--It a M.lor.11...... li_: FIJI F.bleat b.k.w a.l .. I.rial Swan to Impose ,
upon uathlaklag.

County Abstract f
.kl...rUc.l r"' .nlii.iiiM'will _bywA I la aa hour but they eaa only. vote '

t& I1M.O.ATEli ..e.l t..sdiably.. q tablet a bsastlfsl ad .1.irbsrrapS._ J tel.d N_ --_ oar at a primary. Tampa Times. Pompano, Florid
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SEWKLL! _BUILDING 1 MIAMI FLA. ladtutrttl Record ,. Here Is a mean way to get even with Accommodation tor cnUeIHa
: ..-... Com! otay --- a bachelor who has wronged you: onl,. Produce buyers sad to.

.. I JtcLtoariUe-- I I "Walt till he Is dead sad seed a floral licitora win find that they cat II
,....,.... ... ... cater more w
-pIDOI jMjs.uek.icf TItle. my...e v lull! is pillow bearing the word 'father', to territory a dad
:: Wew _.,___I _MI *__ *.''' .'1.. to.O-,1 MHi*'** .......................... ad dce .. ... ..............- his funeral- ..t.\ from point' here 00 tate, than liac. from any otte JF

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BACKING Fort Dallas! National Bank. : RTMfNT-.

.. ... SAVINGS &

OF VI"T A MI. :F'T A. ... .4s

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

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

tion, of the Font Dallas National to which the public attention is called, showing continued increase r

, ;I, in strength and business. .

I Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition, of the Fort Dallas Nation I

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

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I I r Loans and Discounts. . . . $163Q55: Capital Stock. . . . . .. . .$100.000
Overdrafts. .|1' . . . . . 250 18 Surplus. *. . . . . .'. .. 2.000 00 00
I L'. S. Bonds td Secure Circulation) . 25,000 00Premium Profits. . . . . . . 1,569 M
on the 1 same. . . . .. 1.437-0 National Bank 72 .
notes outstanding. . 25,000 00
Dade County ." 5,00000 eposits . . : .. . . .
I nking House. . . . . . 41.2 q 13 II II I I 262.070 93
I U. S. Bonds owned. . .$56,625 00' I
: Due from Merchants National) .
i' Bank of NeW I York. . 19.15988
Due from National) Bank of .
Jacksonville j'. . .. .. 18,39946' II I II II I
Due from Mercantile) Exchange I
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Bank Jacksonville 7.33613. '
%' Due from Trust Companies of ,
*i: New York. .|. . . .. 7,50020 .
Due from State Banks and .
Q: I I I Bankers..t.; . . .. 10,24908
i Due from U. S, Treasurer. .. 1.5250 00 I I
. Cash>n hand in vault) . 33.26385 153.78360 I
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: i 17 Suits Wool) Crash were $10, now .s *5 55 '
I $5OeO.OO' 22 Suits Fancy Homespun were $12.50, now 6 75
18 Suits Fancy Cheviots, were $15, now '! 8 55
... ...... .. .. ...... ...'..N.: !fI. 19 Suits Fine Worsted, were $20, now. 13 75
M Suits Fine Fancy Worsted, were $25 now 1675
Worth of the finest goods in the world to be closed' out at M(17 Suits Fancy Striped Flannel were 18, now 7 75

47 PairJFancy: Striped Flannel Pants, were I .6, now 3 45

1ew I -York. Cost.We 05 Pair Odd Pants were 3.50 Era 4 ahd s.5, now 1 95 ",

ioo White Dud I Hats for
men and boys, were i, now' 37c45c
have placed these goods in our branch store.in the Biscayne Hotel(Block to close out .. '150 Mens Straw 1 has to be sold at'exact cost
ai we have not the room for thFm in i our main store. One of the firm and Palm Beach bs ( 75 Felt) Hats to be sold at ,
salesmen will be there to close out this mammoth! stock. They will discount any and all I
cut prices that has ever been made. It will pay you to take a day off and look through 13 |DTe<< ns and Iio)Cars, were 7fc and t .oonow' .
this fine line of goods, which will be sold at a sacrifice. The season is over and our i SUlxrts. I
chance for making money on them is past ill we want is New York cost. 47 Mens'Fancy: Shirts, were 1.25. now 47c I
*>6 glens [Wilson) Bros]Stiff Shirts, .
were 1.75, now 87c
We will mention few which will
a prices give an
: you i Mens
I 05 :Madras Shirts, were 2.00 now. |105
idea this cut sale.)
of great price
( 77Mens| {JFine Imported Madras Shirts, were 2.50 now |135
We Have the goods to back ''what we advertise, ,and if you will drop II. -' 'Onder- "" ear. I
until \l a have most all 1 sires. ,hut Wilson Bros Monarch and Cluett Makes. "Best by Test"
in will it to This sale will l last the
we you. goods .
$o dos Umlenhrt
t ,"f a suit needs altering we'e HaiHriggan ami Drawer, 500 goodt, now 37'IJ
.are,,sold.1Remember the place, Hotel3)Vug ISCayne lock, next to a fan on the Spot" to do it. dos. Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawer,6y goods, now 45
I 5 doz File Lisle Undershirts and Drawer, ,
: $tore. This is the chance of a .lifetime 1'0 den vncy Lisle Under t.So pool now 95
ny were -1,111', now 3
: I ,. to get fine up-to-date 5 dot Wool Undershirts, were 5.as, now 3
the Shoe Sale Will be at Our Regular Shoe Store.Iothing for less than the price 5 dJ>x Wool Drawer, were 2.00, now 95 95 .tJ.
I It 21182'18: :!3o: 1ery'set -.
: Fancy Half Hoe, pow 9c J5c Fancy Half Hose, now 18c,
j ::1_ 1 JOHN SEWELL BRPOst.Uff. 5rt Fancy Half$1.00 Hose Fancy now Half. 20c Hone 5oc now Fancy. .Half''COe Ho*,now. 35c

t I Belt, suspenders and Neckwear goin the*ame'route.
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