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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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.Opened to/The World a Al i Klmaalck. Mo.. April 30.-TheWorld's I April 30.-A message received Palm [Beach and Miami

here the schooner Orono
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Fair Special on the Iron says

Mountain Railroad wu wrecked near : Dade Countt.DISPOSITION of Annapolis, from the West Indies Will Have Big Vote
Noon Today. _
here this morning.The for Halifax with a cargo of molasses,

has been wrecked off Cove'
engine struck an open switch Herring

and with the exception of the last : and all on board were lost. I r

sleeper all coaches were derailed.It SHOWING OF BOND FUND I I

WITH GREAT ATTENDANCE( I is reported the list of dead and SPANISH CREW DROWNED. ABOVE 2000 QUALIFIED I i

wounded will reach fifty. Nine bodies Falmouth. Eng.. April SO.-The .

J' have been taken from the wreckage.I ; Spanish steamer Caphlrakba, was sunk i t

j and one has been Identified. Full off Sicily Islands yesterday evening In .
only
I I details are lacking. 1 Cost of Roads Per Mile and Number of Miles Constructed. I I a collision with the British steamer I II i iI ,
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[ ; Bright Weather Prevailed and the i I 1 I <'reII,.. Thirteen members of the crew his Thought That Not More Thaa :
- Commissioners Show That Each District Has Been
THE COTTON MARKET. of the Spanish vessel wet drowsed sV

. Ga Clfltwirs Were Art apildiePrtsUcut -''I New York. April 30.-Futures opened Fairly Treated...Court House*, ail, and Bridges !! The Cresrl landed ten of her crew i,200 VIM be Cast for Any Ot t.

: easy. May 1350. Jane 13C3. July I i i here. Office. Owing ta Great lentjtk < j
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Roosevelt Set Gnat I tosttafloa IKS. Anga.it 1343. September 11%. October Built...Some Remarks About; the Dealings i! 4.'

1146. November 1131. December I GORMAN MAT LEAD DEMOCRATS the BaBot-Seaator.il! Governor ]
b Mottos By Pressing a 1131. January 113L With Members of tti Board.

It 1. Pro....... That the Maryland 8rn-
Sheriff aDd Clerk
Golden Telegraph Key at Washing- Spot cotton quiet; middling' upland (, star Win Lead the Campaign. HH Pol the
1385 and middling gulf 1410.

tM-Hstory of the (x osItIoI. WILL EXHIBIT NO MORE IN BOSTON To The Tu-..,... And Citizens of era! dli rtett has been Included In the !i' New y_. April 3* B. Parker's frtMxU has announced
I Dade County: amonnl > expended la the several districts j' ';
'I hut If the Jurist receives the nomlna'tkm -
-. Southern liar,. Owners Do Not Taluk We, the undersigned, members of 4 roads, except that one-third I Iof for the Presidency by the Dema I I r

They Have Bern Fairly Treated. the Board of County Commissioners the Joat of the Miami bridge Is tl'1 I mats at ilL LouIs. he will ask Senator The registration of voter for .-;;

... SL Louis, April 30.-Bright weather of Dade County, desiring that evercltisens bepeid by the City of Miami. Praett- I I, looms of Maryland to take the chair coming ta*
t primary election
Yond the opening of the Louisiana Boston April ..-It Is learned that of this county may familiarize ally afl the maiubip ot the Demorratle Natioaalroramlttr hag neonheavy
amount allotted to DIs-
IU added Judge Parker and the Indications
several of the Southern exhibitors at the i. : are that the
Parchas Exposition today. Great BoMon Hone Show last week and John himself with the business affairs of| triet Nf 4 was spent on that bridge. I baa sTat faith In Senator. Ooraua's vote will be by far the largest ever .

crowds thronged the gronads lane before ... who brought over a big atrI.... the county, would respectfully state I COST OF ROAD PER MILE. aMUtlea as a campaign manager and be cast la this _Rtr.
the procession formed at the Administration + from New York hare derided sever i to that of the 150000.00 'received from boat often speaks ot the effective work the I
The of CS miles of rock road In- r ReMen. In the Miami district No. 10
of the exhibit bore again owing to allecwl unfairness Senator .Id for Cleveland In IHM. I there
banding managers
and favoritism shown by the the sale of county bonds 100000.00 U 1 dulY* of the coat of bridges and two I Senator Gorman has the ranfldenre were 3C2 new names registered sad .J
and tractors to march to St. Louis ......... round numbers has been spent oo the of the business men among theRepublkwne I
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.......- T. E. llou' of Kenlucky road toilers, has been approximately' In the published list for the October
plasa where the opening exercises were 'I and J. c. Cook of T__, are county roads, and $50,000.00 spent on I7U50.M. ai well a. the DemocratsFlee !11 I .
dUMatlnflrd with or aa average of $1141.39 I Judge doe not know If OmnaBwould I 02 election there are 34S names, makIng -
who
these are
We among the court house and JalLThe per mtla. la the south end of the I undertake the t....... I|t a total of 710. : .
These consisted of prayer by Rev. <
statement ibow
folowlng approximately
connty. where there Is a rock' In Palm Beach precinct there were

Frank Cansanlus, of Chicago; addresses theTHOMPSON'S the number of mUM of,. tion, sad when the haul founda-I 1212 I new -reglRtratlons.aad there 4S5i
by President Francis of the Exposition STORY road built In the several! Commission GREAT LAND are
i abort, the cost per mile baa BATTLEr i on the old list making a total i thereof
of the Expoaitfoa :
various officers :: of 1
: .. er's Districts: the amount paid out '
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| parattvwry light the north end of the 661. ,
; Senator Burnham, of New the Bond Fund for roads la each district I
I county where there Is la
;} sand foundation Lemon CUr there are now about
ampshire. and Representative Tawny: and the of expending the (
manner still. where the r *;.V>
I rock has all to be registered\ voters, and In all the

of Minnesota, and .closing with an Hey 100000.00 for roads: hauledJbr tail ad then carted to the I other precincts the Increase has been
address by Secretary, Taft. sepreeentteg Reported to Have Gcllttdy
Denies That, Falsely Reported
I road I
I lj.tt. the coat has lt_ ily Urge.
Roosevelt [ .
President '
M J .. I been iMlrh greater e Jj. I There have been 1780 poll tax rse4pt -.
At the eooenaioa Ute secretary'slagtoa. j Tarpon Catches .. ..1 Ii. ,I AtV-CNDBR Complete VIctory .
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j. J"f CONTRACT H' 1i 1903 and I* adit far.<. '\ .
fr= 1I ..1\ w : .le. ..rte lit4AS lid "r" Vtfor y -
touched a golde telegraph key r of ii = Nearly ali of the roads have been ''r"I to: that many wno were mat

which started. motion the machinery, II I :! :::tg. E cQ constructed. under contracts let to the snbjnt/ to poll tax on account of being
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aril the rival exposition Q'/ lowest bidder For a portion no bid the! Russidos k die first Great land age over age and recent arrival -
fouatalaa to playing As Charted by Olberv IV Has the Cb tier : ,
was formally declared opened sc could be obMined, on account of the in the State, MI that it I is glide certain !

The Louisiana Pureahse Exposition j T. Prove That fit) Were Ciaii I tBy I IJNo.' H:: c -< :: uncertainty of r-ttlng na-k. and that Coofilcl of lilt War II die I that there are more than %.01" a s'Many "i

bad Its Inception la 1898 and aaw the tWa.AYew 1. nxtni>.ted by tofu Rhrr.Washington qualified voters.
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realisation today. It eomemoratea the I expended as hereafter r ''i i day I : of them are Republicans, Y :

'centennial of the purchase by the I stated) . . :a $3,23' 5.01 l i I.bor.THE MfAMI BRIIKIE.. many are ...,.. and some will not r
v ,I .vote lout It !in mtlmated that there will
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Tnlted States from France of a strip No. t. Including rail- The; Miami l b-ids la pron..un.b r ;
be+ more than t.r<)0oton
cast
of laad from Mexico to Canada and days ago the Metropolis pub road freight amountIng i. irorapetent indices to be a piece of .uo-I' April :3:<).-Reports recelve I' Owing .4 "

rom the Mississippi to the erect of Ushed a statement from Captain Ball to I1S.378.21): . 2S: :TJ47V30! ce wfu! enKlneerinr. It...... erected by
Mountains. The Exposition 3. . . . 23 2I.489.2S! I f>f the ballot It In certain that
No.
.the Rocky i Mr. N. M. George and others, protestIng 1 one o! the best. known and most responsible I men I from a wMirve nut divulged!; I IIs g
not all ...
ready for opening represents the expenditure I against yacht captains reporting (No. 4. . . .. S 15,4'W.JO bridge-bullding companies In' that a great battle has l..n fought: new thei.tpr will lie able to t-
rote fur all
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fifty million dol . . .. 15 14.C92.34 I the candidate Some areectimatlng
No. 5. .
of nearly tarpon catches they had not made. Notames the country, and the reputation of the i on the Yalu river resulting in a complete .
hundred that there will not .he more 11
In!'. The sit embraces twelve were mentioned, but Captain concern Is behind the construction. I, Japanese victory." I..tall..re unobtainable
J than luee> marked for any one oftVv.It .
practically
and forty acres or a space ; Chas. Thompson of the yacht Barra- 65 $87.451.03: !' The bridge rout tla.075.no. Including )
is belieteil that there will he 't
two miles long by one wide. 'One year reds. takes exceptions to the assertion i Paid for dynamite and blastI both approaches, of which the countylaid The mnln budy of the Japanese army ': fe.. but will very

was formally . .. . 6.128.78: tote fur our of the Senatorial
ago today the Exposition as he the only captain who has lug expenses t tm.o-lhfrdH and tb.lr of Miami s i Ie-,iieveii to Lave tratenrd the maun- ,;
by ( eajdidates and for une for Oovcrnor .=
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dedicated memorial purposes reported' several catches this season, Paid out of Bond Fund on Is to pay one-third. Of the 0.151I.00'pal lain passes and crowed the Yalu river I i iTTP
which former i I as theue names are the first oatthe 1
President Roosevelt In i Captain Thompson said this morning i account of two road rollers
Cleveland also had . . . S. %::;.'.) ballot no that possibly there willhe i
President Grover I : "I am the only captain fishing II . out of the Bond Fund and the balance the <>hj.. t of taking in the rear the l.?"> to 1 '"* votes cast for these ,

a part, for' tarpon who has had any luck this Miscellaneous expenses, not (Hit of the General Road Fund. Ruwlan forces near. the rivers mouth. I I offices and about the samefor sheriffand 1
fluted StateGovernment '
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For'the Exposition the season, and I have not In a single Instance chargeable to any partlc- THT COtRT HOrdE AND JAIL The legation believes the Japanese op- clerk' The .
OO. totes for the others <
,..C30. ,
appropriated Furthermore ....ration near the month of the river,
Government has | made a f.llIe.port. Dl.trim. I The grand Jury at the Spring, Term I! III be lighterNow
and ta addition the I have brought back the fish as U 5.t'lIOO.OOII.JI'j only a feint .
the total of the Circuit Court 19t 4. inspected. that the time for qualifkaUnaiban
making
I loaned $4.600.000. ttz.230.00rt.: I evidence that they were caught I take ( the court house tborour' \v aid recommended expired the randiaten sill "getusy'
I Government Investment and othersas $ REPORT TNCOXFIRMED.
Ball
? the _non of Captan the .
1 governments Its acceTrfuncc by county working on thaw who can vote

' More than fifty foreign displays. The a personal stack on my credibility : ALL ON MAIN.ROAD. commissioners. The it imml...'ioncrs I London. April :30.: -The Japanese and from now until May l"th there
made elaborate much honor I I far has received' confirmation : -
have well be open each as a sportsman. I have as Not a dollar of the bond money has agreed: that the building was satisfactorily gation so no -ill lie warm times In Dade. J
Exposition gates one, and throughout the sea of the report that an important
morning to 11:30: jas any : been spent on lateral or croan-ioadd. : erected. and that thespecifica ---
day all o'clock la the have only reported catches that : military engagement has been fought SAME: IN THE LEAH
will not be open i jaon : Every cent baa been expended on the tions: had been complied with and J,

o'clock at Bight It finally December :lhave actually been made by parties main road extending north and south they followed the grand Jul')''. on the Yilu river but believe It prob- .1
and will close Interest of'the r..m-j H le Should Ot flood : In This ":
Sundays | from boat. I have the )le. a Majority
after the formal my through the county, of which 65 mileshave mcndation. The court house r'()(
lit seven months stake as much as County Over :Mr. Hudmm.M .
East Coast at 1
Bond Fund follows
I been built out of the 164.2C. which was paid as : _

opening J, Captain Ball and others and If all jtn accordance with the general public $41.143.74 out of the Bond Fund;: $..- PERSISTENTLY REPORTED.Kanpanhgtse. :
: S Sama, candidate for Senator
|yachtsmen will be as accurate and ref ''understanding that the main county 024.52 out of the General Fund. Much Manchuria April :3D.: ,

TUB PEACE MONUMENT.Mr. f liable la the information they give out read should be first constructed. praise has been bestowed upon this jl I The first land battle of the war la per- from this the nth Senatorial district. 1
and the public u I t mould be an easy Inner He Is a
to the newspapers edifice. We submit that the building slBtectly reported to have occurred
Removed From ItnPreeent It I* EACH DISTRICT ITS SHARE. .clean coniwnative and able man welt
OibsoaTanU U have the East Coast and the fishing Is a credit to our county and an honorto off the Yalu river. .
Location.tHbooo. done Injustice. has been to distribute qualified to fill the portion. with honor l'
affords will not be an The Intention. our community. Sixteen thousand Japanese It Is said.i .

=-has Introduced a I Captain Thompson has the fish he his fund among!: the various Commlssloner's The Jail cost $8.K&C., and! is said I,i crossed the stream Thursday and attacked I II i! to himself. and the people. Whiles <
; of T- to the I opponent !is regarded aa a font
of the credibility Districts In proportion
who
mnlutkm hittrwtlnc the blousereemslttee caught as evidence i iI dl.lnten.ted and competent Judges, i thirty thousand Russians .
Joint Building and were shown of taxes paid by each. This man also It U well known that he tm
en Public of his statement and they | amount to be one of the handsomest and most i are strongly fortified. The rumor this
report .. tn the carried I I'out. 1' a Stockton man for United' States Senator !
and morning.
... this been substantially
inquire has
0. t. : "PMwe" monawitt a Metropolis reporter plan wtantlal structures of the kind laFtirtda. ) morale is that the J.PIIhue received .'

propriety of removing. at the the west ,'front They are mounted and can be seen ai though no mathematically exact j, '. :,: reinforcements and that the bat- and that aa this offloe Is to bw .

from torn place where the Barracudal has been made owing to C'OIItJnulnlt. filled by an election by the tegiaJatmr !
etoiy distribution
c a dock
KnHonal
.f the Capitol t. the the Tattle The $30,000.00 voted' In bonds for i tie Is .
at Aritnatoa er to the grounds of the I e lying. the difference of coat of construction eoirt house aad Jail were uPf'IIded''I the friends of Taliaferro will preferto j

Kaval AeadeaiT at Aeapot..its the forlent The largest one measures 6 feet 10 In various parts of the county. The :ar shown above In the following man.me THIS SETTLES IT, ; support Mr. Sama who la a personal j

SWTOM OC using u. pr -. OMMIUMnt -I :chest and was caught by Mr. Ralph division has been made oa ft basis! friend and backer of Mr. Taliaferro.
the
for procbraham r:
the Ohio believed tobe Water pipes Will be Laid WhereererSewers As Taliaferro Is sure of a large majority
t .* A. Lincoln.A Vorthlngton. of Cleveland which the Commissioners o art house . . .f 11.143.74

i Another one measures & feet 5 Inches to the greatest good to the greatest Jal.-: .. . . . .MMJ Are. I Ii vote la Dade county It ta certainly
caught on thesame day by number always bearing In mind the I I as sure that Mr. Sates will &berun
FCEUBefMe {aid was ---
NEW R. city clerk. Is justin |
Mr. M. Helium
also of Cleveland. development of our county, andpending ,i far ahead of Mr. Hudson.
Lawton. rapid ,
I Dr. H. A. $511. ,"", 00 receipt of a letter from Mr. J. R.I
Coal Yard to be Sisaaaetered Two others measure 4 feet 11 Inches .. none of the-.money on cross .
j FUNDS.At
IN ALL
From MONEY
have been i i Parrott relative to extension of waterpipe j TAVWANT' GETS A PAPER.
late ttrtquettea.CtodnnaU. aid 6 feet respectively and were caught roads. Where the latter
J measure the present time there Is money lines la Mlmal which reads aa fot- > -
has been done la a large
Thompson. It
1 bv Captala i built aided'' in each of the several county fundsto !Iowa: I New Vnrk April 3H.-M tm MM bore
Couneihnaa -
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Former r
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O. April That these two later fish were caught by private subscriptions that Tammany Hall will boy Ik* Deny
of Coytogton. cash all the warrant drawn against. Jacksonville Fla.. April 28, v4.
Bate |
Lenta L Appi 07 ..m. Captain Thompson says can'verified la some Instances ee by appropriationsmom N>wa and mn It ta in* totem *t too
has orcanteMl a many with a eapttal brlq. by dock master )(. R. Kel-' the Road Fund derived from j sa d funds excepting the School. Fund Mr. M. R. Kellum. City Clerk. organImatton. It.was annoanreil ,---
f 3jai and win uuMfaetare b which the has ao Jnriadleth have of ISth instant. I wrote Munaoy was Ore* witlbe
win be .p.rat.d Inbsvtaaten who fishing at the same general taxation and not from the sale ;,o* er county I yours day that Frank A
plant was
\VethM. The him. The General Fund has been was ready to paper and wanted I. men It. bvtlM
that our company
re"reao a.
,i "The foal Is esammiJ place and near him and who saw them of bonds. With strict economy and | [yon w.. not till tnrtur thai It was .<
gathered tress u.. cool rare*. eaalIs sad careful watchfulness was Impossible ; taed with the amount of 13.01.87 I! follow the city la Its sewer extensions. .unholy that Tammany would peereb..e. JII

I* ease the refuse me short knap Mr.Asslisjali eaaghtBealdea Captala Thomp- miles of the malacounty cc nmlsskms paid the Bond Trustees with water pipes. whereever the city .\. a miter of fart the News was ?
fish.
..... The' torarala these to construct more '"
traslnd and aaattle. Hesay catch of two constructed for receiving aid paying out funds [wanted to go. a Taannany paper always seta Mr. Moo
the than were
treat road
-.a he can prove mess
hack to the
oa says If H
tent It. tatm
the Bonds. Their commlsslios truly T
ta County Very yoon.
.i the fuel Is new hrtnaneed from his boat by Mr. Matthew.ao with the funds tva fable. from pre lo owno sporalaUoa all to wlnlkoTCharlea
other
Rseas saviss ,aUsfa'r.fly. and' are fixed by taw and the County J. R. Parrott, iI j jPresident. Tln" SINS .
3ygash sad abe t thwtrdtoy. of New fork ea March 4, BRIDGES! INCLUDED.The I I F Murphy or "Ma:
The Mast win tan eat saM thin test r- I coat of the bridge to the _yo (Continued on etitttll-p i ) ... will be the MttT lie facto.r .
a4wu st I oa.eighth flags
!.. MM a J {Coatlaned I
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..UEUL DldtCTCBT Au.r..UlY. J. C. King. H. MAsh FOR :THE LITTLE ONES. For Member County Executive Com'mlttes

UTATEOrrilUia.4imorW. by R. Lummaa J. E. I i (SAMPLE BAllOT FOR THE PRIMARY. for First District,

H JanntbK..4harrH.c Atk'-wn H. F. LaSalle. A. L A Juvwiil League t. Help New York's C. W. MsPHERSON.For ........

tfecretarr. : Crawford.Ooojplrallee Bro n. W M. Leffler C D. i Street Cleaning Bri....*. Member County Executive Cote ,
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-AIo. iruoiTraanrar McDonald. J. A-
V hsoet.Anonerbeaml Bush. F C. Miss Catherine IL Le'erich of I mlttee for Second District

J. H. "hll*<-M. Maynard. W. \..
Burdine. W. M.
F. M.
New York has conceived the POWELL
v..r .ster.rrt. W I'ubll' 1..toe-1I'rL J city Partial List of the Candidates
Z. T.
_ ...III.... ._ A".k..UftoE.llrLl.. Bylngton. E. T. Merritt. j idea of forming the boys and gina E. A. CRAWFORD. I G. E. KNIGHT.For .
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:} AW-..-..r ""raI-J C; U.Koe.lelBawd Brady.E L. Muller. into a league to sUt the street to be Voted For in This C. O. CODRINGTON. Member County Executive Committee
, ft Trainee lotrraal laipruf.Briil Bailey, B. M. Meyeri. ?*'. H.
Paad-The faevemor. <_", NIle.. Tre..urrr.Att.wa I cleaning brigade in keeping' clean W. HOCKER.. JR. for Third District o..
p .........' .... ComailMuarr ol Agit. I Budge. H. C. Morse. Fred S. County at the Primary CEO. W. POTTER.
the JOHN U. BRYAN.J. .
..'!" D. Moore. T. V. the pavements a J-street* of ,.
BroKsier. G. :
roe..r
Hreretar
tioveruw .
'AI-n. W. I METCALF.e
?W Male Atwr *y- 'ewer.l. Tnrawrer IIMIaaenatraavatol I Burdine, J. M. McDonald. W. H. '1 great city. The Rm and girls of 1 1I 1 Election. D. CLOUGR.
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.uurtu" For Member County ExeculivCommittee -
o Board oi BUM li PUBIM.ututt*.u. in .....<.r BSecretary Backus F. W. McKlnnon. O. A. I each block are formed into a club, JOHN A. HENDERSON. *
for Fourth
.l MAM. Treeeurer A.loon )4r .ri I Blackman E V. Nel_. Edwin and there are now twenty-two clubs, W. E. ANDERSON.J. District
: .:.t.IIIItm.a.auet.4 Agr.cWtura.u.t eureriu 'I I R. H. ROSSEAC.
.....1.. l-ttbUe Intracwwboard Chaille W. H. Perk. R. J. with a new one being added every W. ADAMS.
ol f rilirBi -TIM _. ru>>.. .CII" M L For :Member County Execullv Committee -.
GUT METCALF.J. .
,. .4 MM*. Atturwrj.-eiMTal awl t'um..stou.' Cohen I. Frost W. W. / day. The district being covered is For the information of the Democratic I for Fifth District
.f AsrtralTu.e & L. I N. WHITNEB
J. H. Patteraon.
I._ awcwa\lot-a.L K<-- I Cbeatham. that kno.'n as the tenement district voter of the county a sample J. S. SUNDAY .
j J. A. rsr-ah Allan R. JOHN Q. SMITH. Co
, I Conrad. \Vbat induce the children '
-to
HrrRCXE Cut*T JI'IMIKH ballot U printed below, containing a T. J. HAYGOOD.For .
r R W. I G. P. HEALY.A. .
ICroBiand. J. G. Rhode ** I
I join ? you will a.k. The .nllnr is, I lartlal list of the candidate to be TOI- Member Executive Coma
f. .... County
B. P.T., .t..U.'in- [ Clark. P. C Roe*. a J C. BLOUNT JR.
r.1 e J J.t.Ce. a circulating sporting goods library ed for at the coming primary. .
.. I mlttce for Sixth District,
.
, M K. lIe/IrJ. Are"'. '" | Drake. Gaston Reilly. J. B. I H. H. McCREARY.
O.a.LSe.r to soy fii Mm **"U *(Bc1alr I'I -that is, a supply of baseball but, T1.ere will be other name to add a* W. W. 8NELL ..
ussuki MN -.-<' Douglas. E. B. Rush Dr. W. a r i H. W. LONG.
.
J .r .._Cuss I J Mae. boxing gloves and other athletic implements the Ume don not expire until April
i. TaIIa_. P In.. I Dom J. K. Rnmph. Edw.Erwtn. i I. I. HARDT.
i! which are taken out in :i.t In which candidate mar qualify -
H. For Member County Executive Committee -
1\11''" TU&II.f. I W. W. Raulermn. C. _
For Member National Commit!
much the same as books aretaken ballot.
way the
and hare their name pot on I
for Seventh District
* ....J*je* r. TmllUlerra. ,Ja keMiTUW. Enloe. Dr. G. Rumph Ceo. from B public library. A mil- J.: U. BROWNE,
... The ballot when printed for UM at
.. B.Ji.uurT.- B> E. T. KING
a Mepura Frissell o: C. Safford L.
feature form C Gir.DONS
IlUl< h: nary B prominent partin be lectlon will be more than twice a* JOHN MULLJKIN.
: r O.
f. C. CUNI Flanacaa. R 8. Sewell.. ,
the work each of the companies F. \t POPE.
PVrt Diewwt (........i.. tie Lust Co.d Frederick. J.:8. &ulb,. J. O. I being officered by captains and lieu- I: tone a* this one a* here are to be rules I For Member County Executive Committee -

11.s. N. Per"'. Pstuko.w.e..d .. between each name and blank line
.... .
J. 8. finlxner C. F.Oerlack. 'I for Eighth District,
1&: Spsek.a.cap. chosen the
Dednd-a. S. tenants by privates
For of Circuit Court-Seventh
Judge
A. P. on which to write other name I
.. gmlth. Julius selves. Each member of the tbtJn-j GEO. P. BULL

WhUIIIIOB'EBs.B. Glrtaan. Jamr* gtonemaa. F. B. Voter can begin practicing on marking Circuit For Member County Execullv Committee '
t. BAIL X/Al> I : U supplied with a stick .
pany
I MINOR S. JONES.
: oomph C o. R. gnlser. A. E. at the end with a cross mark (X) before the name for Ninth District

.". Jug L L Purr.lz.wse LIaIe, Eel hirer.Weo&'ChNrtsR Gautler. T. N. ghanahan. M. I pierce points garbage'or paper and remote|I of be candidate for which they will o W. A. FILER

. J. L lIorpa.J.plet.a. Graham. 8. John wish to rote. For State Attorney-Seventh Clrcu
Sewefl. For Member
CountEuetaIIn Committee
from the These -
.c. p.... II. Clerk.au u easily street i
r .aged .rs sod ...... N eM Posrd a1k Gartistde. C. H. Seymour. R. H. ticks are used in the military drill. CkXTIL G. BUTT. for Tenth District

'h1Jalo_ Gramllng. J. C. tawtelta. J. r.GalUtt JOHN C. JONES. '
8. L.
I Every week a printed card of directions PATTERSON.
a.coMMtSilIo tIL F. Shaw. H. B.Caatlel' For United State Senator'WILKISSON -
is issued to the members. A < C. D. LEFFLER.For

1.1. B. KHIIf. IlIaaL'U.Na R. B. Taylor. R. R. I topic is selected for the week and :iI j A CALL. For State Sc '.' -13th DI>>trletM. Member County Execuflv Committee -

Urn PISTUCf.Bahncix Orifflnc. A. M. Tnmaga J. LGlrtmu. I printed matter consist of short sen- WILLIAM 8. JENNINGS.J. 3. SAMS for Eleventh. District .l. _

.fw*aM D.4 Ceut1M. W. H. Tatnm. B. B. tences telling the member of the N. C STOCKTON.: F. M. HUDSON J. F. BURTESHAW ,

Hay**, J. H. Tatnm. J. H. TAUAFERRo.
JAMBS P.
..*. .. X. IMaUek. Pste lIMe"DUE companies .bat to do in certain t I W. J. SHONE.

COUP?! aU&U&I'UnTL HU1. L. E. case. For instance card No. t For the Legtelature For Member County KzeemJlv Committee

L u : Hunter J. G. Watson. C. H. deals with garbage. It contains minute For Representative la Congre. -Be- GRAHAM W. KING. for Twelfth District

s" craw W..K.... Pwlfotd. Hill William. Wborton F. H. direction about keeping the odd CongTMetooal DUtrlct BENJAMIN BUTTON. B. H. KIRKMAN. .

DADS COUXTY OmCKKS. Hetherington If. r.WhlU. E. L. tin can dry, washing it with hot valet -; J. E. ALEXANDER. For !Member County ExeeuUr Committee ;

f 4fADe E.Hervr. Mhutf. HeyMr. A. E. Wall. T. A. morning not using it for B J. K. BARBS
.w TAlurMT-J T.-il nMi.... every I For Clerk of Circuit Court for Thirteenth District
Vert N '" ....Coelt tw --..N Deed, Hall. W. W. Whaler. H. T.Haha. soap dish etc. "Ashes," "general FRANK CLARK.
E. C DEARBORN.J. C. W. HILL j
_a.O.wiRcrrroovBTor. c.t'L F. W. Worle,. G. A.Hach. Cubbish titles of cnK.l
are othet CHARLES DOUGHERTY.
....-..... ,. S. FREDERICK. For Member County Executive OMB- ;
W. D.
......... Tat.-Thew... MsMe.. celTa. *. Wilson. J. L W. P. WATSON. Z. T. MERRITT. mlttee for Fourteenth District
.
."' Homer. J. W. Woodworth J. F. Boa Ma- .
....-.. r.each Yt..i.7rusaerC. J. C HOLLY. '
I i- R. M. SMITH. |
A stood Ik street
H. ....-- llla.L Jones M. E. Wilson' & yonncster upon iI'
OMIICf.-n- .. ...- Iaar.wk Kolb A. J. C. L. .ADd cried and cried and rrted.Or 'r.ir .-u/iice of Saprcai ec..ut-Sil G. W. SCU.IV AN..
XtaaaJct. I
H had toot th* moa.r and
F ..hard.- T.II..mu.a-M -I' C.a.i.r..ertL.I 11'CbI"'W __ I Had dropped the oca kssUsOh. I l Tear*- For Sheriff For Justice of th* Peace Second DIe.L
P.1. P.ek r.o. A DANDY FOR BURNS. 1 """"
L.b.e ; TAYLOR
(
R. F. JOHN FROHOCK. trict. --4
a....... 1 L L Mep.OSM ........ as*, ... nrr said Parson flood I
...J..r.. &.. itN. c As *. k* stepped to _. !I _ J. R. .BR a 1111. R. E.I L. McTARLIH.
I _, L.C. D.vbers CiS ...0111<< .. Dr. Bergln Elgin Ill, write: "1 I Th tearful far and rumpled bead.Tbtie. I
For Juatico of the FOBS. .
.....a.L ** For Justice of Supreme Court (Voce JOHN R. ONEAL.J. -Third I>Ja tDt.
have used Ba Mod'. Snow Liniment; now! Co***: bo a BUM! R. J. CHTLLINOWORTH.
M. WILLIAMS.For .
SEVENTH JCDICIAI tor three)-
..CIICVIT.OsikneiM always recommended to my friends Tbra oomrtnln very Uk. a soil I R. 8. COCKRELU For Justice of UM Peace Ninth District -

D.d. sad U._tUJ u I am confident there I* BO better Fovosled two row of pearlen.Mbow ,
caa I b* a saaa T. M. 8HACKLEFORD.J. County TreuGfft'-
fi .ire a/t ....-.'-L 5..u. .svnie. made. '1& I* a dandy for burn' Those Whew r. a Uttl glrir I H. E. WOODALU
r-oou. .... B. WHITFIELD C H. RAULERSON.
laet./Co.rl-L C' DwrbaeMMaL who live on farm are especially liableto BEN IL DOSTER.For For Justice of the Peace Tenth District .
Pall Ten*111 Circuit O.rt saw u Rte Woll ......ie4.
:
.;. accidental buna bruise
many guts ,
...4A7.slier forth Mood** la Pomilwr.wiTrrsi ,
? ...... ea 1" MoB 1 ......., la aIriL only three old who was being B. BROWARD. Tax Colleetor W. S. HILL.J
Liniment I* applied. It should jean
f r DADK. COC3TTT CX>C T. how Or. Le C J.[. BROWN. I W. E. NORTON. C. GRAMLINa
taught to count day
. Cushy.......-AJIaa !. .,.r..IIIa.L always be kept la the house for r srif much that his uncle R. W. DAVIS. 1 R. a lleLENDON. For Justice of the Peace Thirteenth ;
_.. AUonwy-J T. t4.d.e. M"..lI C emergency." tie. Me ".00 bottle. was talking so ,
Us .rT rs>-Klnt M.ii*.y !.Jar t.ry.t.pnap asked him how many tongues be D. H. MATS. W. G. DEBERRY District .
f T.-Pi. "....* I. April For sale by Red Cross Phormaey.Is H. J. BURKHART.For .
1Ie_Tnn-nr.. Mn d.y I*.....". had. The little fellow replied: I CHARLES PEACOCK.
I ...!. !. Or Constable for "Second- ) ..
rail. TerFI M cer.O.a. "I have three tongues-one in my Fir Secretary of StateJ. T. N. CAUTJER. District -

.. LAID OrnCC.UAI5EnLLK.H. month and one in each E. BROOMS ALLEN HENDERSON.
...Ckvl*. -:/-. THE '7tA2)lATO 1 ,
For Constable Thrd
;4; :' W.6t.a.wIItoPIH. tle Chronicle. o H. c. CRAWFORD. For County Assessor of Tai for District, ,
i\ ---t
.hoe.It. GEO. a BUTLER. H. A. CARLISLE
CHC1CH DIBECTORY.AranwC B. F. KIRK.
; tJti-.K
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t '>h. tke weary radlatert It ha tolled th* Ti.-.htf... I GEO L. MCDONALD. RIBCRT HANONO. -
ad Tlhl
a .-.1WWt' atre.oY ,
'I '' ...........-r'Mq _I.,st l l o'rlrwt W' winter through with with*f Ifamma-Did you give 1 e I Far General C. L. XIMAMES. FRANK CARLISLE. s4
i. ...... .. .. .-': --.a.& T...", Bwrlsliea It soft coal sad ., Attorney
boar... and /ram: brother of ? C.
t Pups.ttiy L'alua too: any your candy W.H.EU.lS. P. METCALF. '
. Y .........., .....llr.rra- tVu utterly forgot It when It dM Its duty I Little Dot Ko, mamma. I was F.w For Constable for Tenth ,
r w.IeyaxtusPail ,. District
y Me. K.U.Vkn I I I A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS. Prosecuting: AttorneyH. -
t.- .. It foiled ear tndlcnsttoa twss ..- afraid it'd spoil his teeth.-Deli- G. L. CHANDLER. ,
UonMr ; F.
.. MarvMBier BmrarAi. MWVB ATKINSON
poeslLle to telL I I IWo I
i 1
... Herald.
" f strum--Prar+ .e.dea da pious
.e *a* wb U !M. NICHOLSON.
. ..,u 7,,s p.a: sudsy .ekes *. II.. For Comptroller JAMES T. SANDERS. .
... were oftt lain to chid tt a* s
.. ... a. -
.. PvoAfas II. : Ep. p ACo CROOM. ROBT. B TAYLOR -
.. ptsaebrog u tIs p..C.a. rlL trap. source of muck .bot... Spot the Escort. i I CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.
: ....... When It used to nlM a racket Just I* farmer -
r ease its lonrUnrM.ft Spot belonged to B whose i I

i' sane.-P.ebf Y.LC.rar.u. Cores M 11 .'..AvNM...'. .. w C sal. load tttl a.trbM bvcrudzi-d It all imiuenMat. and w. house was off the Great North road I For State TreamrerW. For County Judge Mrs C. Peterson CS Lake St. To-

t." ...; VT0.AIs% at I S' p .. thought It very wrong somewhere Stamford. V. KNOTT.
near
.. jMlnr I For It to Mod a little leak aad slssle with I A. E. HEYSER.H. peka. Kansas, says: -Of all the cough
.IJ BOVOCUTsimTtCr
Tpwk iMCM p. < -
Louisa.I.t .. a Prayer-.. Weaelts a sons This road was greatly frequented B. 8AU1\1>ER8. Jr. remedies Ballard' Horehound STTUB ,
ew.w.g.iTmtiet.rks AU.... ........... I by and rough fellows of all For State Superintendent of Public Instruction -
LA.MTre..P.Mer ; I>. lonem ham ta meet the tramp I II my favorite; It ha don and win
tor. usual lot MDer'O-I torts and at one time it was a dar- -
J. ..... F. K. ...... B w4 MrkTCMM ,..... spring will gently: bloooia forth sail I j, HOLLOW For County Superintendent of Public do all that i* claimed for It-to speedily -
W. H.
for .
I to venture
Vark; > ...1 ing thing any man on
EvMrt then 'taUl be forgot cur all cough and colds-and It law
sp. .... I Inatractlon-
'
.
!
irhMl H rnfr1tWed alone after dusk. W. N. SHEATS.
it
Robbery or
id feats who torn to boos will
TJ*. .....- tn cleaning "
Half
say P.wtr enwy sweet and pleasant to the tat
......> ta .lh. rim mat third' *o. ..,.. (Jut le favtc. ..<8ueusd ..rmrtk .. Camm About the mm It ....... sod thls-tt hasoaa JAMES C HARRIS. iSe 50c fl.OO bottle bold by R4 '
.. set ,.s'tat.-.. N L PIILL&.. Bector araiitud! Farnu-r Wallis, however was an For Coamlnloner of Agriculture "

....,, ...... PEN. .. mnei ... Awu.e A.Iac. I -Washlngtoa Star.A exception to this rule. He 'could'' B. E. McUN. E B KING roes Pharmacy."He .

r P.s.atst erase.......,.. .-. Sill.clerk return seek after week from Stamina -
. lad erery......,.........a.1"r.. Fr.. a ..... S..L ,
. I.&. ....'. P.'uter. .! .1 : market with his pocket full of;' (Mix Railroad CommlBslorer- Fair :Miperviiur at keglatratiou-

e.te-11a5 .h.,...... ....,n--r. mrMs at Mr-, THOUGHTFUL- money and cry*, the lonely cabbage B. L. MORGAN. J. t' B RnU.to :: .\\':. I
i A. r.v.or.r..at 1 _. ,... sad lay "twitg. MAN.M. anti
kids between the road his farm'Wit
..1 u.s.... ever' _.. ) W. COOI>E.

MIAMI BOARD OF TRADE.President. M. Austin, of Wlneti etp tiednew :' unfailing security though with i For Adjutant-General

<< 1 oo weapon but B light talking stick J. C. R.
; what to do .In the hour of need FOSTER. For
II County "mu.J..un..rFiTe"
.
M. Brewa.Plrat i
WDUam I and no human companion at all. >
I II wife had ALLEN THOMAS.
such aa annual ease oltomarh
I Vlre-Preoldent T. V. Moor Dtstrirt-
No'human He hsn.loweter
.
:' jorond Vk.-PrPold.nL J. I:. Loam and liver trouble physician* '! companion F. C. AICHER 4
I faithful and I I
Secretary. E. V. Blackuaa.Treaanrer. : I Mild not help her. He a very po..erful rio Star Chemist *
thought of
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.
I friend : I: JOHSSlor : I
and well known
; fo. B. B. Tatnm. slid tried Dr. KJ..'* New Lit Pins ) dog so R. E. ROSE. !I
Board Oo..inor- W. M. Brows I'et I I
[ ...... sad she got relief. at one and wanally ".
T. V. Moors J. K. .. A. K Hey- |
n. 1. B. BelIt). F. W. Haha. W. W. i iPro. 1 cured. Onl2Se.. at all dra- Farr Prrvidratl Elector- County Cumt'setoreraeroa.D'etrrt 'I'' ,

.. Juba ......u. 0 :'st* I H. B. BAILEY, -

.. STANDING COlllltTTEEII. -- T. A. JENNINGS, GEO W. LAINHART.I I 1

LAW$-- ._ W. R ; Patt_ B. t.: Human N.ture.I J. B. C. KOOXCE E. II. DI TICK.

......... Jsmrs T.; ley,*our. K. ILl
--Werlry.. A.BRUXJKSBalWr.. 1 llilo*-\\liiil) aouid you do if you !i A. B NEWTON ,

.. B. M.: ..-. F had 1.OOO.OlO! F. B. STONEMAN. For County CommisalonerThird

'W: Hakes. T. W: R MI. C. I.. Frederick. |I Oilw--Siini* a. other who !hart i Iletr ldR -

J L j 1000000. kirk Uan' I li.1n' For nriegate at urge National Convention E. McDON.UD.
HEALTH AND 8ANrTARY-Je
= J. M. Jr.: Pixnrt. W. 11": En..... tttYtevple .- bate .oooOOO.-t1e'r.n41 l'l.ill T. X WINF1ELD

't : na_.. R. l.: Kin*. H. M. I, Dealer. T J. APPLE'ARD.W. .

.' RIVERa AND HAR8I'ftS-Gar'.IINde. I I J. HILLMAN. .
Fur { : had a frank and ope t.M1Ift.Odt'110 *
County
'ommisslonerFourthi !
The Useful Liar
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n- H.; RnBtph. Edtar4 C; Tatnm.B I CLU'DE L'ENGLE. .
Tribnne.
: ...,.1Ia. )(. I serer liked a liar bat the ether night "U Irt-
the rain A. P. JORDA .Jrt
RAILROADS AND> FREIGHTSCn4r. JOHN SEWELL .
D. LIISUBIM.t Wus ihrddiii' tears of sorrow aa a.'IHM JOHN S. BEARD AI...*'. laalrfa*..
C
1t L: Lefl<< ; I I
the winder pane, A. LEE ALLEN
B.; Enrlm. Wm. W.. McDonald. 1. A. Aa' EbeoeKr Smith dropped la an* laid T. E. BRYAN. Alice who was ere year old. was .

CHARrriEB-Bringtan.. T.: ClMet. I his bat ankle W. J. BRYAN '- rftea asked to rna errands for berBother.

ifs J. H: Douftas. R. B.; O uttar. T.N. (&'. noted. for his truthfulness from I C. A. CARSON For County Commissioner FIn She Went very willingly If

.. X_.... C. L Roll, Des I. Clyde). be could pronouDc tb* same of tb
V. Aa'. well be act ..' guessed as' talked'bant CLEON A. STEPHENS. Du-t:1rt- ...
AOP.CtiLTL'Rt .-ItIsekwilL K. ; irtlde which wss ..weI. bat she

11_ F. L: Taints J. H.: OrVTMt. A. I Tin 4m rammonplac m*. I was gloomier* evata. '. half el J S A. BELCHER treaded the ungbtrr-. which greeted
I
'M ; Dm. J. 1:. thirty cents! I For Delegates National Convention- E. G TW EEDELL her attempt to prnuoanc eertalarorda.

:; pnBUC BUILDINGS-Htrrner. J W.; I I'I ', ** Second Congressional DistrictD. "Vlorgr" wa.. one of the hardst -
]IWUU Aa LOSS A" TW4T M4 M -
'I Aa the oM CMtoa palled the bitch .r"
B..dc<. H. r: itelU). J. B.ewuf. blame .... sir. before me ou> ru l.uw.* WIT. > L. \fLDEN. I..mbforw for ber. !br uerrr would go for It

Joka: Wfcafcw. H. T. 1 Tea minute* I forget the rala was pel'''' Fog Board of Public In.trn.- I she costa help IL but morning
C all the bad charactersabort D. N.
Glea to BTCHELOR.
."KI..AC'Tt"RES-.n. ; was Spot i tlou First
at the door! District irr nmtlier fuuiid tt Brcrsaary .. Bond
..sure T. Y.:Conrad J. A.: RtwdM. R. l H. had me out m Arisen a-flchtm' '" that the farmer was a* safe T. S. AXDERPON. W. L. WIDEMEYER .

M... stelOy J. B. .1........ rhU-fs r.On
if ofpolice.
ati-ompanied by an escort J. E. T. nOWDEN.
1 I. entering tin- store she asatlrd tb
ELI *
JEDCCAT1OKA1BurdlW.. V: Juf ....pi. o( th. cowboys strla-ta' uti. SIMS

W. W.) Gautli R .... B.ttf the rattle Ihfefs.A For Uemhen Beard oj Public In.tnx- ug to the elect and eald' :
Hat, .' I mas present at th. disc he eapter.dMJle.rw I 1 l hud been trained<< 'to a -S...rll the and -
flm. A. L: K.....1>). J. O; Rmlta..B kill Spot| l'1IITJ /.r .Members at Lnt, State Commit- tlna. fier ocd Mitrirt.E Joj give mo a q.attRaw '

r ,.. -.; Kit*. A. J.IMMKJRATTOXB. T.ll t defend oa rainy alghu old Oeuoa :'':, Iatrc lantern in his mouth .ml"sthe ter- t:. J. PARRISH 's Horn \...

I.e k a. E V. 1 -Bll the Ma bright lava from thililamp shorts (Vote for Thirteen.)

Mar.. F. S.. Tat_ J. H. Dora. J. K. !' out on the dark night rough men R. a GARNETT. for Mem'ier Ihiard of Public Inntru.tlon. Plrvl.b.

M...-. f. W.IITLRTAIHMENT..R. From Turkey Mlhrem art hit..' b gained* leek switch t* lurking in the.hedge* on the chance Third Dlrtrlrt.W They wrrr ai aUI.._. and th* young
W. W. FARMER.
.'-.. ItW ; with tLe voracious d:.
nan appetite
A'xnit the thinca I... mltaa said the time l M BURDINEor
of rohbinllllm passerby "olllllu, ...
Hif. H. c.: Oa"l""'d.. C. H; Reffljr.f. I hf mil him boat ', -- CEO L. B\HU _rMl"' eloquently on thing IB get ....

ILl BWML J.h.- I A:I', though I hate.a Mar. t...... are rer ,> lily roncml themselves again among B N.M.\THES.D ral ,_
tt- I lain times fee r..1Id- the IlOu h. .
B.IM .
County Memhrr -
ADv&RTISIKG8. State
Committev Do you know. rttf4! o.hbe reuarkfC. -
f. FLETCHER.
..
P r bwtinf a bm It s ralfitn th '
*. r. B J Bytarefc. B. T.: BIat I5 elder emu' roundI "Xo fo .e long; as that do,: i it with N. A. BUTCH. E. N. DIMICK.F "I believe that we grow like

K He srt>tts M. F.TW ,,' I ..... he old fellow would I
T.f sonic +ld keed rearohat kit they mutter a STONEMAN. be eatable' we are moat food of.
Hat ot --.... Bum.ertngBfl entertain la* with K. B. RAULERSON.
tall and throe enrolled by Spot the farmer I The fair girt smiled swertly."How .
V: lire dru .Iftil better tbaa klk, 1mm ft'.
follows: a M. MILTON. JR.
BTB M .
b utereatlngr site msrmBrrd.ily
stpq sat adgbno BmltVI and his money were never mole"!- ,
Asw.. V. 11L JactooB. J. M. Jr. I *-Bdla. aollo Suai *.!lChatterbuLI J. M. LAMAR.H. ror nail and Game Warden I pass you tb*> pnrk. Mr. Jose-'

.; ...... 'W. Bt KolK A. J. .- i i I I L. DODD. B. A. GRAHAM. ufle I .m Ma euro JM will Bkt tt.--Isdama-



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a certificate of exemption for the two r date for tk* offlos of Cork of tk* Circuit INSPECTORS APPOlrTTED.
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court subject to the actiou. *f tk* -
OFFICIAL C GALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTIONRules .
L years.PAYMENT PomuttsUe put,. Primary sltrtlos! May I
I
OF POLL TAXES. 14.154. i I The meeting was called to order by

( professionsl{ j la order to be quallfied'to! vote at the I d J. S. FREDERICK. I,: Chairman Filer In the city hall. .){;aaj.

primary election on May 10th or June KU., at I p. m.. April )l 1904.
and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May I I
I ,,1. 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903: FOR TAX COIX CTOR. The following members were proooal

10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County.A must be paid on or before .S o'clock P. I hereby announce myself a candidate |!.Ia person or by proxy: Messrs. Joaaa.
!
I Friday. April 2). 1904 (ten day be- for the once of tax collector of i.'Jones I Potter. Ujrman. King. Ball
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", the first primary election). Dade County subject to the action of' Flier Barteshaw. and Kirkmaa.

Qattrsoss de r oela.tq.ATTORNEYS I A meeting of the County Democratic I law; and shall at one forward the I the coming Democratic: primary Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected

Executive Committee for Dad county. I returns to the Chairman of the County dw T. N. GAUTIER. | acting secretary.
AT LAW. i NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.
Florida was held at Miami Florida. Executive Committee. ] The minute of the last meeting were

WlUaraettetla all..".,. BUM aad n ml on the 11th day of April, A. D. lto-&, i I The assessment to be paid by the I Notice I* hereby given that the RegUtratton FOR STATES ATTORNEY. I jI read and approved.

.)pedatl.aUitiser.r.aantalassad sorfeotta.1 I pursuant to adjournment. vario.li candidate shall be as follow: Book of Dad County for hereby respectfully announce myself The call for primary ..... amende

tee TtOoa. 1 The following amended call for a I' Representative ....... ........ fit 00Senator | tile primary election to b* held Msy 10. as a candidate for the offlc of a* follow:
r O.BOX nn. r Umlt Pto.
\ j primary election was adopted, to-wit: .. .. .... .......... IS 001 I 'lOt. will be opened In the 'several State's Attorney of the Seventh Judicial See official call on third page. .

P T. 8CA00S. M. D. Notice U hereby given that there Sheriff .. .. .... ...... ........... 35 00.I ..I election district of Dade county Florida I Circuit subject to till vote of A motion was made by Mr. Klrkma

s .. I'} will be a Democratic Primary Eelee- Clerk of the Circuit Court...... SO 00 on the 29th day of March A. D. i tb* Democratic primary to nominate>> county commissioner
vttk ao ennar.eq.
Ones welds* a tab Mm j I! Uou held la the several election districts I Tax Assessor .................. 20 00 ,! 1904.: aDd will b* closed on the ttth dw CECIL 0. BUTT.f I and members of the school board by

cr4"KUKI. C i;i of Dade county. Florida on May 1 Tax Collector ............. .... U 061 j day of April, A. D. 1904. districts. Same wa defeated by a

> FLORIDA. 10th. 1904. and If neceaaary on JUDe I County Treasurer ............. 20 00 Ttu following persons are hereby COUNTY SCHOOL CPUUNTEN- vote of to 3.

7th lfc>4, for the nomination of all : County Judg..k,..... IS 001|appointed I-v.it, irfiif.tlonfiicra DEN?. A communication from meeting of

J. .. JACXSOH 1L. I Democratic candidate Stat and county : County Attorney .....!._..... 10 00 *.r toe s'>ve 0.1 f.r'U.n i district, tWit I hereby upettatM announce oat of.PnbOa,..at a InMraeUoBit oaaaidstetor candidate held in Miami May It 1104.

.jL to be voted for by the Democratic I Superintendent of Public Instruction : Dad County, subject to tko will of wa read and discussed by various eavdldate -

ornci: I elector at the General Election to beheld I ...... ........... I 00 Number One Stuart-W. G. Parka. the voter as may b* sipi sssid at 1MaIeCd1ML before the eommltte Finally,

HOTEL Bl CATHK BLOCK Av. D. November 8th, 1904 and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... I 00 Number Two, Jupiter-R. E. L. McFariaad. eppresahinr Psmser sth prbmAry tile following Inspectors, clerk, and

MIAMI. FLOBJDA. by the Democratic Governorof Supervisor of Registration.... I 00 dw L I. SALT polling places were decided upon forth
Miami Fla.FOrf .
the State between the date of hold- Number Three, West Palm BeachE. following precincts. .
Member of County School B'rd. 1 00
RUSH such election and the holdIng I No. 1-Inspector*. Ceo. Mcn-
W. B. Inc primary .
H. Dtmlek.
QR' Justice of the Peac......... 100 .
of the primary election A. D. MO, I Ernest Stypman. J. M. Ennis -
Offloc -mh .tre-i. Phone M. Constable ..................... 1 00 Number Four Hypolnxo (Boynton) I hereby aanouao .,..It as a ; }otrw
r and of a Democratic candidate forUnited H. W. Hessey; polling place. lion *f
Besldeoce, lOsh .Street and Avenue County Fish and Game Warden 1 00 1-caIleD Pace.i CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of
State Senator to be voted for IOu Walter Kltchlng.
B.T>K>n. 79-2H All candidate are required to file a i Number Flue Delray-H. J. Sterling Dad County, subject to the action of
)11.1.111. Fl... by the Democratic member of the Legislature No. Inspectors., E. Edwards J. atslar. J"
I written application to have his Bam Number Six Pompaao. Cavender. the Democratic primary.
I of the State o fFlorida at Its Henry Brooker; clerk E. C. MU.
r. R. BACr appear upon the official ballot, on Number Seven Fort Landerdale d : C. L. XIMAME3.
session In A. D. 1906. ler; polling place, school aousa.
( blanks furnished by the Committee M. MarshalL [
The following officer are to be nominated ; No. Inspectors., H. L.. HI1I1ar.W. L
Detalls'Made I accompanied with the fee above art Number Eight OJus-J. W. Ins.Number 1
.
FOR
t L Plans. 8PfCllea".d j at said primary election, to-wit: STATS SENA10R. Bnrkhardt. N. H. BUtch; elect J ,
for B.lidlegs of All Kind.. Fine ,forth, with S. L. Patterson: Secretaryof Nine Lemon City-Warren hereby
Residence a Specialty. i 1 United State Senator. the County Democratic Executive .I announo myself as a candidate V. Comstock; polling place, eta:
Mitchell
1 Representative In Congress, Second for State Senator trial the ThlrIMU.IM house.
'
OmcK 1315. ATEXOT D. Committee, on or before the 21st day .
:Cumber Ten. SCaicl-C. D. LeCcr. ..
Congressional District &u .tuuu ifexrict of Florin, No. 4-Inspector*. W. H. Go&. C. A. j
of A. D. 1904.
Justice of the Supreme Court. for the April, : Number Eleven, Cocoanut Grove subject to the wW of the Democratic Mall. Jess Daaghtry; clerk CuRes i
This April llth. 1904.
DL L Z. csAm full term of fit / kjn. I A. T. Carter. party to be expressed at the primary Pence; polling place school boss .

Z Justice of the Supreme Court Attest W. A. Filer ,I Number Twelve Cutler-D.CBrown. election May 111. 1t04. No. Inipocton.. J. E. Chama. *** ;

DENTIST. 1 Governor. : Chairman. Number Thirteen. Sliver Palm C r. M HUDSON L B. Taylor T. M. McRaa; ciur.>. BL I
George P. Bull.Secretary
0IIee1& ._J.-p &&f.sKMIAMI. ...c e.es.r .. 1 Secretary of Stat .pro tem W. Hin. Tblala. Fla. P. Hodges; polling place school BOB... -.....

FLOIBDA. 1 Attorney-General QUALIFICATION OF YOr a& Numb Fourteen Deer eId-G.! W. I No. Inspectors.. Z. Caveader. Jaa.Umstead. ,

., R. F. Saxon clerk W. a.
;
1 Comptroller. First PI'tm.u7-Taeadq, May 10, FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNET.

1 Treasurer. 1904. This March 12. 1904.A.T. hereby announce myself as : candidate lush; polling place. HardeVi ....

Home Seekers I Superintendent of Public Instruction. Seoord Primary-Tuesday. Jane 7.1 CARTER for the once of Prosecuting Attorney No. Inspectors., R. A. Bryan W. .'d

4a rVttenfioo.To 1904. Supervisor Registration, Dad Co, Fla. for Dad county subject to the L. Brackwell. D. O'Neal; clark. Frank

will find it to your interestto 1 Commissioner' of Agriculture General Election-Tuesday November e approaching Democratic primary election. Stranahaa; polling.glace. Straaahaa'e : .-

call DIe before investing. 1 Railroad Commiaaloner. B. r. ATKINSON. new ball
on .1
Famished houses and ropms to 1 Adjutant-General. t. 1904. I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. Ie \ Miami Fla. No. Inspectors., H. Padgett J. r. i._.:1

rent. Real bargains U real estate. 1 State Chemist. Th* registration books for the primary eAulI.nw New_ J. W. Ive; clerk: R. Cothraa:

Insurance taxes : election will be opened la each polling place, school house.
and
city country. .
,
I 1 Judge of tile Circuit Court. Seventh will be Inserted ta Ole FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.I .
coliectiona. etc.. attested to. election district la this county on Na taspectora. J. S. Pardae. A.W.CromarU ::1
authorizing Judicial Circuit. Dsflyaad weekly Ketrapoll* fair ten *. -
have a special license March 29. 1904. end will be kept *. J. S. Peters; clerk J. B.Pendtetoa _.
opea ...
all kind legal transfers 1 State Attorney. Sererth Judicial sum *r la either edtttoa tar tv* & hereby announce myself a* a candidate -

DM to of prepare real estate Low fee*. Circuit every day.. Sundays excepted aatil the CY..dle.tes Air Cwmitr Os --' .'un for Justice of the Peace la DIs- ; polling place school ..... ty
... ambers ot the school, board win b* No. Inspectors, L. A. .
ZCth day of April. 1904. at which time strict No. 10, and respectfully ask the Gabon. J.
Prompt 1 Prosecuting Attorney.
one-half these amounts.
i attention.C CARROLL. wul b closed. parsed. M. Burdlne. Freak Jandoa: dork M. R* 't
C. they *
,;. 1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial Xe ....oeaeat toMTtod until paid support of the voter In said district ,
Notary Public. Th* registration book win not be rat d. William S. HIlL i KeQum; polling place city halt :i:
District I .. :
.
!
AICOII1) I* !
uM Jrua No.
Li it. Do Inspecton. Jackson -
reopened for the second primary elec-1 = I pea
t 1 Member of the House of Represeatatlvea. FOK ooWrr YREI.UAii lCi
w I I hereby aaaonaa myself a candidate i!|I cock.. John McKlasie. J. W. Galloway; J

B.e11ab1.e- Jadg Uon.All persons may register who are To tile DesMcratie Voters of Dade Goes for re-election as Justice of the j I I I clerk Fletcher Albury; polling place, .
1 County '
Old Hardee l1oe...
.
,

; W. C. MA VNARD.f 1 Sheriff. poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote I hereby sMMmnne mjwM a eandMst* am BOW serving la this capacity 1J I No. IS-Inspectors. W. A. Cooper :X. .:. ".
Clerk of the Circuit Court *
1
for re-oteetkm to th* offlc of TrsManr JGea I Stlnehotuer. W.
J .
ADo.*.. u rsovoaeo. unless their poll taxes which may be could appreciate. ccdonexrct i: Doa ert7: f./i *\ ;
"
1 County Assessor of Taxea. of DIde County Florida subject to th* .clerk Coo. W. Hoodie, : '
HUM loritelj Pitted: 1 Tax Collector. legally due are paid. a* provided by _11.aJartt7' of the Pi.oer bsrytrA. accordance with the Democratic pria- : ; pullmr pLa. 1.
Brown *
Moodie'
lav. u via b* mxtnmt* la Ole 0.- 'it&rt of returning Mr a second term : warehonne.. ""\\
eIf
OKIES Jiwelery
f" ticks, 1 County Superintendent of Public Iadruction. -Ps
No. 1-lnpectora '.
: '
POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. nntUo prtm-iry Mar M. 1154.C. u Incumbent who has satisfactorily 1 Henry Goaaaayr ,. {
-.-- H. RACTJR8OK, Ernest Mall Will .
-- Aaderson
; clerk C.
: Payment of poll taxes for 190 and filled the office.d : t
1 Surveyor. dw Miami Fla. W. Hill; polling place, school b_ .
-_
GEO. L. MCDONALD: 1903 I* a preroqnUit to voting at au'I John C. Gramllag. I
1 Coanty Treasurer. No. Inspectors., J. W. Saxon W
-< I
-
elections thin .
; ad EagtJeer I County Commissioner year.EXEMPTIONS. A. B. HBTIZR. FOR STATE SENATE. E.! Blaaton. W. H. Sistrunk; dark: X. "

Lao*, s m .Mttj 1 Member of the County Board of + l Candidate for C Holly *
Fz tomvioc sad ao4lTUia I hereby announce my eaaddacy for ; polling place school hoa**. .
The following condition exempt' ,dw County Judg '"
COCOANUT GROTB. FLA. Public Instruction. tate Senator from the Thirteenth : It was moved and carried that names '.. .j

r 1 Justice of the Peace la sad for Dto- person from the payment of eaplta- l'it'a.torl.1 of candidate }
formemben
Uoa taxes I .FOR, COUJlt'TTroiiXISSIONERS.. District of Florida! subject of the _.- : ;t
i trim Nca.LS.S. 4.l, 5.T. It, or poll : the ty executive ,
to will of the Democrats of Brevard commjttee be placed ea
DAMV.H First-Aay who has lost TheD&IJ'/ trends and supporter of r ."
A. one a limb I
J. 10. 11. U and U. and Dadecounties to be expressed ac the recu- ballot
In battle. the resent members of the Board ot .'"'
.*siw....ati u.A:. .. .. 1 Constable la and for District NOL County Commissioners for Dad the primary election May 10th, 1904. It wa also moved and carried that. f. ,;

.... r r L 1. I, 3. 4. I, 5. 7.5. 10, 11. 11 Second-Any on* who a as SS year : nounty have prevailed upon them to M. Seabrook Sams, candidate for came warden b* placed *ron ..,

i.etas .. seer ttw." and 13. of ace on or before December :1. 1901. Coortenay. Brevard Co. Fla. the regular ballot and the _41- \' -
rand lor re-election, and hereby
pre-
... w-:uf01Y5110NEYADTAR S Presidential Electors. Third-Aay ODe becoming: of an (21 date for said office be aswiised fl.,0"r;
t-- I sent their names, as follows: F. C
4 Delegate at tare to National Coaveatioa. J JarS old) on or after January 1. 1903. FOR NATIONAL f ELEGATU. Mr. Johns, of Precinct Na 1 haadotf ,\";c
Alcber. George W. Lainhart. R. E
Fourth-Any ODe who had become a I in his resignation as a member of the A .
McDonald, John Sewell and L. A I am a candidate for the position of
5 District Delegate. resident of this State and county jn committee and the same was accepted. ,:
Belcher: to the voters at the Democratic delegate to the National DemocraticCuuttMiliofi
'
II Member at Lane of State Committee. or after January 1. 1903. I A motion was made and carried that
... ...... ........ ... primary of May 10, 1904.! at St. Louis )fo., for Second inspectors and i
clerks be
If paid U- per
I properly registered, any of Use
Congressional District. I am permitted : day. .
1 County Member of State Committee. ; above can Tots at all election State to refer to the-entire 1d.
| FOR SHERIFF.To Democracy The
GOING next: of
ARE YOU meeting the commute
1 Member National Committee. 'and county, held this year, without >* Orange
county regarding my standing I ,as called] for April SI, 104! ,.
North West ? 1 Supervisor of Registration.. I paying" any poll or capitation tax. the Democratic voter of D4 Co.a- as a Democrat, and if I am fortunate There Mino
or !: further business a ::
1 County Flab and Game Warden. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS.Persons Ty. FlorIda: enough to have your aid In motion

I t Member of Dad County Democratic under the following 1 I I hereby announce sursotf a candMal Dade county at the .election I shall was made aDd carried to adjourn. .
THEHaslwille for r<. .lection to tb* oOce of sheriff ef .
: I Executive Commute la and for tions will be liable for ODe COD4I-1 i I Owls County. Florida subject t* the greMly appreciate It. and ran assure I GEO P. BULL. '

Louisville Predncu No 12.2,4.5,1,7,5. only for 1902 or 1903. a* the ease maybe will of the majority of tk Qimocrstls you Orange county Democrats will also I Secretary Pro Tea .

road ). 10. 11, IS. 1'. and 14. : voters as will b* SKpts.'fl ta tile DOBSoeratle I appreciate it.
j primary to be koM May I*. MM.
Offers ...eso.lledD.. ?*emlce.Modera The rule governing Did priman Any ODe who became S3 year old I dw JOHN FROHOCK. Very truly yours.D. I BALLARD'S HOREHOCND SYRUP

trala carrying Pullman election shall be the same as those I during 1902 will be required to pay f 1 N. Bachelor.Winter i Imeedlataly relieve horse, croupy ;J

sleepers ep-U-dat. ooacae*. free ft- adopted by the Democratic Executive for account: of poll tax for that I hereby announce myself as a can Park Fla. cough oppressed rattling rasping

aUalac chair ears, and dining ,earl Committee, at their meeting held la J..I and
I Any one who may become of dilate for Sheriff of Dade county FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN. | difficult breathlne. Henry c.St..raa. .
totweea aortbera and southern eitlef. Jacksonville January %%4. for .
on 1904.
,
yean old at any time during Florida, at the next Democratic prt- druggist Shullsburg. .....,
: Tb.laest diniag ear service I. the I i coveralag State primaries, so tar as will be to i writ". May 20, 1J01I! have
flaaU.AH required pay $1 for poll tax I mazy and ask for the votes of mj I hereby announce myself a candidate beenselling

"a BeD 'Throturh': Ticket via the same will be applicable to thecounty for the year 1903. fellow Democrats aad thane who will for the poaiioa of Fish and Gam II I' Balls.d's Horehound Syrup for
Atatl Those and only thosepersons 'two
Primary. yean, and have
Any one becoming a resident of this be qualified to beeou voter at that Warden of Dade county subject to the never had a prre-
I L.&N. shall be permitted to become I lrathll that has given better
State and county during 1902 will be' candidate before, or rote at or par I' I notice that when I sell a bottU
r' fx rates ebdales, and sleeping ear liable for the poll tas'for 1903. perform the many duties of this election May 10, 1904.
ticipate In themanagement of laid. pri- I they com back for more. I
eaa Bo
k resmratioa apply t* .1, WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. Edward A. Graham. *-
i I DIary election who declare their ad- i I I estiy recommend it" Lie. toe. H.0.
J. M. Fleming. | All mate Inhabitant '
; who responsible office
{ n'
are
j'
herence to the principle and organization FOR CONSTABLE !Sold by Rid Cross Pharmacy. .

-. ".....i9l rMwower am -tw..y i of the Democratic party Na- year cf ag and were under S5 yean J. M. WILLIAMS.Palm Iw
,
-.et.. "Ft"I*. 4
of age December 31. MOL Beach. Fla.
tloraU State and county who are by
I I hereby announce myself" as a candidate
Any one Incoming a resident of this ,
the laws of the State lawful electorsof When
I for the office of ( a woman admit that herchild
la
FOR CLERK CIRCUIT ?. Constable :
State and county prior to January 1. coca I {
the election district la which they has
lOIEY511ONEYAD'LRV I hereby aaoovM myself a* a ...Mda district No. 10. promising If elected to a disposition like its father
offer to vote who tare paid their poll 1903.! will lie required to pay poll tax I is for tk* office of CIsrk of the Orn faithfully the this: is an admission on-her part that
discharge duties of said '
.
"-
.- hw esrw y .a. \
.... j taxes legally due not lea than tea for 1902 and 1903. I .t Court ef DUe Couatr.. Mbtoet .. office th: child is not perfect.
subject to Democratic
day before-said primary election, and I If they become a resident after Jan, I tht action of tk* Dmoentk prtasary. 10. primaryMay

BO YEARS' a ho shall when challenged by an elecUT. nary 1. DO:. and Won January L i; dw E. L. WI TB. A man who has
d sever stood
EXPERILNCEe L M. Nicholson. againsta
.
pledge la writing upon oath, before / 1903. they ylll be required pay poll January aNt bar, and build railroada, dowel

any Inspector, to abide by and tax for 1903 only. know what sadden
I take this iMth.4 to Inform die vats wealth is.
e support the resal: of such primary aDd Any one reaching their majority (21 or of Dado .- '.nijr that I wit M a oaa- o HEALTH: IS TOOTH.

support the nominee thereof. yean) on or after January L 1902. win ell-'ate for rottoL-uon ta the .fllo... ..r o.t FOR Disease and Slekae
Brig Old Ag*
Th* polls shall be opeaed and closed be subject to payment of poll tax for of the Circuit Cowl subject I Iof ItI the..eloa

It tie several election district. at theknur 1903. the Defaomtfc primajla May ML UNITED STATES SENATOR -
DcsMaCc.vmosTs or ....... if elected to port am Ole *. Herblne taken every morning bofor
fixed by the general election law. In all case of exemption of a voter i
&e Ors of tb* omea, ta Ole fntara. a* .. tot breakfwt will
--...... .-...-.r..w. I'M following named persons are herebr from payment of poll taxes, h* must sa< to the bait of mr aIIIIIt). I will : VOTE FOR keep yon la roaaar

__IF------_ __"'1.--- _._ appointed Inspectors and Clerk forth secure of the supervisor of registrationa I be grateful to those who win nvor fa* I II health fit yon to ward off dtseeaa. It
._....n'_.... 11i --...- ,.b tai TALIAFERROWHOSE
w r w<
........ I JAMES P ; cures
-. '11:6.. sever' election district: : certificate netting forth Use fact that dw eonstipatioa. billioaaaea, dys-
._ E. C. DEARBORN.
__--&M See report of committee meeting on I such voter I III exempt If the certificate I i pep is. fever, skin and liver and kidney
NAME It COMMONLY PRONOUNCED

Scientific jfraericatt Brat page.) exempts tile voter from payment of eomplalata. It parifle the.Mood

.Ml.tel..ee flea..dwt.r..h. poll taxes for both (1902 and I hereby aaaseaee myrlf a eaadI atIt AS IF IT WAS aDd clears Use complexion. Mr*. Q.
a a.weM+ := The shall be year I for tk* offleo of Clark ot'tile Circuit
.. .... -a. wave aoats. Toting by ballot on W. Smlfh.Whitney.
-", .I. -..,... 1903). If property registered, h* can O-art for Dade Couatr. subject to tk* Texas, write Apr.

'!UNN &Co."I."Newo. diets furnished by the State and then vote upon presenting to the Inspectors nroochlnc Democratic primary .!*. "ILUDIITOLlVA. X 1503.1 have used HerbS.. ana ...

-._ .u v .., n.fCm County Executive Committee: and at such eertlfleaf. of exemption.If doL It the beat medicine for constipation

*" Z. T. MERRITT. aDd liver trouble It wfll do
the close of such all ro-
election the Inspector Use voter 1* subject to only ODe .
Itaona Tlots. IT* [ claim for it I eaa highly reeomiIf ..
and Clerk shall proceed to canvass poll tax cither for 1902 or 1903. the
60c a bottle. Sold by Red erlnaneaq.
tile TOU ta accordance' wttt Use Stat mac raJa will to -
apply
erdfaddsr tlehte. as securing I hereby _Bacs myself a* a iad<. I I I _J




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THE DAILY FLORIDA BEEF. FOR THE LITTLE ONES. j I.I HAD GOLD_TO SELL

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\! '"" n< t K lit ill> ally DO NOT AIL TO S CE
nI""'" .1 xiili. theII..) of properly Conquering) Hecse's Pear of a Kslsrl ] I can ;give chapter and verse for

MIAMI METROPOLIS. r d i. t iiwl> Ki... ..I., _f hixt. rtt her ..-*>.,t. Umbrtlla.Vtit >> dozen of IIlrO'itihicb proveeonclu.neU

- _, HIT 1 I.iimiof lh..x ..h.. late ....-it- "\ a picture!" laic! that Colombia has no I WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE
i .......ul.w'w J.. oa.opt S.a toy. ..i i 'h..' it w..i* ..IUM| to the trot (.....III.t Charlie. "Look queer ra.mm.mn title to .If 'iK-alt with by the UnitedStates
the corn state A f. w of 11* hiv.. Sfnntltvnl
B. s. mm' "- i Ifi' -,.r < holding an umbrella over a horse. or any other power a* a civilized I I
enlhtiti.ii and the proof of th*
.-a. f. mmnNGtox'i iK in the barn too!" nation.: Here is one typical, I L 314--1211I Street.i .
-w hlK' Mr |"i ks .r our I..t prodiwt ohi \"t
J -- -- ,.llllaKlc/1.I.rlaeeti'w"a-: aK'. in un> |I.n-al mark.I h... "The story U true though," answered ,ton : ,
1-en I builton) *t \\... remiliii of ttrnorutit ".\ : A dcnti.-t named Theophile Bo -
mamma. gentleman
:;;. PuMoBeo at Miami.Floe I
I// !: I. toe -
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" ...e.nnd ew w.stter |pr> iudsrat | .. owned a pretty home penile and raro came: to mv one day and a .ked
; th .f the lnl I
# r.--t.l rrM tlne rl ileittleTivtl
. T-.. .- -_- wen- -"-...t..ea- ............... ., > ,'..",\.ntl.Mi hi J.u.k""on\tt* spirited, good in every wsj except if 1 wanted l to buy some gold. 1
t '
.0. Mlla led Of the tatted Male .' Ibr tie writer ".'* w> ftMtiin.iti- to f'trtiixh that ht wan afraid of an open urn sid yes, and he unwrapped a bundle
..IIw '-rroltnlVfrl ,. ., .. tart and howe l nV about of
.ye. on't ers bit of exklt'lM %khfifa set brella. He .a< rot willing to wbtpj; I a pound

f_ .....11111 notlce 10 ee.'. per II".. tirntHl, the t..l.l. on she kilt(,'e and tbe horse. IV. . ,.. .
,l -e'-...-."'t.te.Iattae tr..r "...... ... ib4 lori.il'f ",.fiilent... thaw who.r iKnot hiitw** in wont l jreju-'" enough to !know that it would only had fragment of teeth tin stilling

lx One Year by Jdai1. .$i i.0II ".1.1.|1) .h.-*#- ..KPT| .T..i.".. ,.. Ih* ..1t......... make her more afraid and unruy; I in them. ,
p Six )Months I 2i:.0 ..r th' twosB.tlilleof. ."...H-ful, iml itiT lie tried to contrive come way to get "Where did yon pet them ?" I a-1 ki ----- -----'-------- --- ----- ---

"S Three Months. 125; .rior '" in-"liK'lion In. lint I.It 9 her over her f".,. She wa very ;i ed in hornlie;; l amazement.I .
,, ....
. ... ..10He The e''hli.m |> 'krrs tiulerM.iMi her "I iOnloC them in the fight
g One Week, by Carril'r. i ,i-km...l.MKe lo I. the \t jiulKif fond of potatoec. He vent into I got j jI
E - -- ,t".4itt In t<*rt and the (Til yen' urtfc. ..le stall one morning: carrying an umbrella I at San Jose" he replied "and thei I i .

iunlTrinU Compwj. ,v ,. he art.."....1 ""l,in.l.inl of the wnrklIraoriff closed, with a potato on thetip. i rest were got bv a go\eriiment colonel

t Advertising rates made known onapplication. l'hM...m. last men the name Ar- At first she shied away from it, in the la>t engagement at Buena

i 'mntrt..nd.. ,,"..iiifnent ArnxMir has but with! waiting and coaxing ihecame I ventura."
'hnuse and BURDINE
TELEPHONE. Cl-3R. ;' wad.t.tartrra ihKre.it| ilinlrlbiillnK In Jj kMrnt-Ille.war From then nearer, looked wistfully at the But how. did you get them out r" &

CrfFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. he sends mil to the trade nil over this potato and finally snatched it off. "We just knocked; them out with

r r 433 mad C4 Twelfth Suet '1 1neitlon n monthly trade. circular and The next day he did the ram bayonets and the butt end of rifle

Opposite Court Home.COMPAJUTIYE price II..L This neatly printed pamphlet. thing:, and the took the potato with *. The soldiers Jid that to all QUARTERMAN.
; for hunt F. brtat"y wan emhellinhed In the .
the bodies and I the
left fear. bought goM
,
of
outKkte\ err stlraell f cut porterhouw .
DI8TAHOI8.
f steak on n p! tler Thhi wn "So he kept on, am] in a few dart for a mere tritl.-World.. Work.A .
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tort t Prom irw.gee: used to ml\erti the rhnrurter of then he opened the umbrella a little way;
,.. ,Tampa i Miami| Wcot .!* .iiH>ll.'l hv Armour iin HltiMr then more and more a* she ft-.f Pig Sticking Incident

Mile MU- all.w..t. tion of 1M superior quality. of product tied to it, till she. would stand still Captain Jam** I). Graham Indian

a., .. ..... ... ." mia$ I ... oiplilted.... from.thMn('hketrn.It m-t H.<.k to the opponent | with it open over her (lic d. medical sera ice Fourth Bengal FancyDry Goods. Notions. Beautiful and Artistic
r>
........ ............. ....... M7 ter JIll 1(1 111 tictttfaat"a. of J""rIohr wht-n I eihlbltedroi "But he was not vet sure what I lancer*, tjuarten-d 1 Allahahud, ha* Neckwear also the largest dealers in Novelties
___ ..e.bL.st.. tot sal a \ of thin .1.l .le h) Me with a copy the ,would do outdoor The first sent to the Indian Medical Gazette
0... .fUeL ... sis rn sn nt Rulletlnn r. of the FlorM.1 E>per- '! I of flicking! accident Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete line
... ,... rainy day be tried driving on the I an account a pig
CIMII'I.1...... _..I 11. 11M ores I iment. and Rtutk.n..ho..e written"l that br the me Armour aye yearsego cat road.. OC course, he won met a'' which i i" probably unique. A of School Books. Polite and capable service.

Cue'" A.Ia).. 571 'I tIN 147 facsimile prortiK-tlon of an m...- 'I man with an ojo-n unilrrell.: .. lieutenant who was out pig clicking;:
wan a
Sea J.ea...._...... Ilea tst WI
oar..la.b... 'I I, tratlon from a photo taken by ate from "Instead of shying::, she crossed came up with the beast, which was
1..1..___' ._uot romrnon Florida cow fattened on cite- !II the road toward i*. expecting to get on his off side, and stuck it. Iswerved
.
t wra and ...tt"--' meal the product side and
the
a potato. She had 1 out when the acme to near ,
animal foewrenty
APRIL 30. 1904. I, of feeding*..>..a on native native rane food atuffa. toother ,' came home and never ..ftenrartho.1'd the ptar, striking the |pants off Burdine <&< Quarterman

t I wor J.. to advertise the supeHorimaHtr any fear of an'umbrella.Kindne shoulder ..-11I wrenched out of the ,
and demonstrate alo shaken clear
of Chk-a o ". and patH-nce! are TIC- rider hand and

:THE COMMISSIONERS' STATEMENT the noalltjr. he from offer a rut Armour of loony I,est tlaavK."-Mr.. Mary Johnor I of the pig.; It was flung butt to the Twelfth Street. 308.
Illuatratlon
,, taken taken an from a well (..... common Florida I In Our little One. ground and the point ruing -in the
On the front pace of this paper will row 'air, ,penetrated the pants near I

tw found a eleaa cut. concise statementby v....".. It now seems to I* the time for I The Uttle GIrL shoulder, pad through its chest I
the County Comlssloners a. to *arioga .ert..ln detractor orFlorlda'a .............. Adntl 1 went t. school 'a?<.,. and ribs and out at the flap of the
And t WM the MitlcM cirLI
\, matter IB which the people of to take.a rood long walk. to the rear and [ ant la a cunning llliW ckrnt*. I saddle. Thence it entered the fleshy

.i the county profm to be so much IntersMed -...u_at In0..11)' Tallahaweean And s Me boo palled. my curl I muscles at the back of the rider.

Just now.A 11 KIR TO 1110 ESTATE. H* alda't pull IM hurt lu i left thigh! pinning out about sii
x: the Metropolis has before stated Howling...... K)'.. April 38-Mr F. But 1 thought he ... dreadful mesa and a half inches higher up. The
wife of tic loral Ie I pat my nncn ever my ye I
the people hare all along been furnished J. lUrrlmm. manager And petted al him .a.- pony stopped' still and the lance
if the Fast Tennum Telephone Co. IsM was extruded after the shaft had J
statements
with full and complete
of the heirs estate
1 to be one to an I I suppaM that whm you went to ---
f each tmntt a* to wbat was being done n Baltimore valued at IMmm. It came Ten were ttrrrr tht littlest girt been cut. The lieutenant recovered '
94 with the county' fund he big Baltimore aN the tHmnukM la'venturky Ten earn were.? Truly Truly but the pony died of pneumoniaa
and Tmneaaee. bar claimed Did MOMbody pull your curl later.
-. This grouping together will probably of the burned dlatrlrt. TIle a ,.. .... ...... . ... .. .
Twenty acre
fee .t .. groat 11'. oodea bench
be appreciated and understood bythose '..mll)' ban arranged to make a legal Bo hlga. yew eould swing your fete A Blast From Lahouckoro. 1\( aRFF ElB.O'S.
who honestly desire Information Urtit for their claim And at rtcrmt ire big guts CUB ,
; I am not a connoisseur of philosophy
will the mouth And>> gave yes coog/ea Ie sate
not
li although It stop KINDER LOU GA.
A GOOD HORSE FOR "AUK.Apply, any more than of poetry. .
of the hangry political fellow Tew marked with chalk .
or efforts upon aearAnd
'0 A. W Cromartle. tenon City. Much that fine
defeat thepresent i spelled. _-.. I'll" passes as philosophy Make
*, who are trying to Why. untl.. la ear school strikes me as very poor ,stuff and .
commissioners. TheM fellowsare MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. j We didn't d* t....... Uko that'here
whenever I hate formed this opinion

liV" not after facts-they are not seeking wr ealv little ehOdrcn- about the writings of any particnlat Kinder Lou Crates. i V
for truth-they limply want their I And tIM very first of aU philosopher 1 have found
There's nothing like doing a thing
will W* sang M-BO font*, and then ws playas
and try
friends In once
partisan all the Salves With a pretty little bail that some other philosopher, frequently
Of
to bring this about no matter what horoughly. you ever more! than one, take the Chase & Harney. Miami
icard of. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve to.he Tb teacher Mid the ban was nd.
old board may
the
.- rood accounting view. I it i is
But I knew thai before: same suppose a* easy
: beet It sweeps away and curs We folded paper.... played with block Se11'...us-=::::::::
maJ.e. to setup
4 I to: set at a philosopher as
:. This shows that. C5 mile Mirns.. sores bruises, cuts, bolls, ... ,And then w* sans mom KMT : .:4 up
statement as a journalist. The first essential _1'1"1.c1erLCu orates
.
-'. j 4 j f- &1C.1. road .have "Ven constructed: I ..,.. skin eruptions and pile Ib.aJ' Too .7 jv marked. upon, your slate i ,*-after pen ink and paperare -
%St'. and guaranteed to give sat- On your Orsc day al school all over Dade County.
bond
if._ net dollar of the money of knowledge
that a And tried I* read a primer book a smattering general ,
?J;* "> WM ...... on side roads: that the court ,. rfs .
rouse and jail are o. k.: that there I Ii dw And.thru you. really: went t. slerntAnh poverty of thought by grandiloquent ,- -. ,

hi money to meet all warrants hunted" .I.II "''',.. sun teacher:)., "dear didn't haw scold old? wera youfExactly obscurity of expression. A new system . . . . . . . . . . . . ...
J to date and over U.W due the countyby : .- -. .- -. . four years old? of philosophy-and the fashiocs -

T the city to be used In road work .Ii I I in such goods change almost as I
WII.aL It no sum in bonnets is Epicurean Restaurant I
la the- spec end of the county. That you wee once Ilk. me. quickly generally I '
3 The statement will be a gratifying i The very littlest girl m jrbool! I constructed by clothing threadbare
to tae friends of the commlnslonrz' It's strange as It can beNew! ideas in new words and phrases and : 30S,.l2tb St. ,
one
Tork Tritmne. .
e x era, and one with w hlch, no fair-mind-, -- ( contradicting one or more of the -- i '

', rd. hone man can Dad fault: IDEGINNINGU First Step In Education. I knowledged: masters of the craft, .t'-I : Continuous Service from 6 o'clock JLDJ.. until 10 p. m i j

: -* but those who have lwen clamoring j, A certain officer brought horn I lent or modern.-London Truth . . . . ..e.M.-. Ce. ease ace. p e. cc. .saeesI a

; will clamor stilt. i ,, MAY 11. with him from South Africa an intelligent I 'a II
lot illiterate Kaffir sere /
0- she .
UE. ] I ... .. PECK B. II. BAILS

NAILED-A + We will sell strictly I.. ant.One day recently u he was read I pee B Bailey i

Senator TaTlaferro. In his TalUhasfff '
address boat Tu....,.,.. said In part:
Governor Jennings challenged: me ,* the best ; Lim what he wanted. YACHTS. LAUNCHES SAIL & ROWBOATS
what I ban secured I very prices ij "1 wants ter C,k a qUClhiom, Overhauling J Marine -
la a letter to bow (* and deliver goods j yes palm/ Bao&. pa.! ; < f''irinl! Railway.
for any place went of the St. ,I.ir."W ;, ;oil ATKXI: l It MIAMI., FLA
Johns river. They tell the people' here promptly. Call and pll, what is it r ''i Situated on Lake Front adjoining i

I am the candidate of the east _tit.th..a we will convince you j "I has seen folk reading books City Park. A cool, comfortable placeto ,

Milt court and say < that and de like, and I jess wants ter stop at, with good table vet-vice. +- C -.--.. +t.- --s-e-
go over on the we can save youm i ...1
I working know which is it yer read*-de white Sample room for traveling men.
the people! there am I "
to In advocating ney. or de black V* I t I

directly against the: ship their canal Interest and Dot a ReynoldsLasseter. The Knot In the Handkerchief. Mrs. l I. B. H..f. Proprietrcs. I 6 e 39 Qarlo5 .

word MaId on the east coast about my The task is to fold a handkerchief 1

work there. & I lengthwise, to take hold of both I '- Form rty 5".q palm tlot l. j

"A pamphlet, which ha Just been ends with two bands and to make a ,; 'fIT Corner Avenue B and 11th Street-

sent me and which I have not bad I knot, in the handkerchief without j .

time to read ha some marked paragraph i !letting pa the ends. This is done Gus. A. Muller Proprietor

that I voted'for I with tbe of trick. I
*. One charges knowledge a i
chill which provided for an appropriation We place the handkerchief before' II Open all the year

for digging a private ditch In Bisrayne t fold our arms a la I

Bay to the terminals of the Flor. . . . I" : Kate $tyI JH.T dar add "!,. Special per week and to Commercial -

Ida East ('.* Railway. men. Large Sample Rooms 1

-1 can prove the statement to be untrue. t P. O. limE ftI$. MIAMI i'LA. \

. . . . . .
-The contract provides for no single Special
fOR -- --=- -- ]
rajlroad company entering Miami to

have th. special private one of the United States Senator Napoleon Hotel Biscayne

water trust The canal was t'OIIIpeDlotI'to be cut ', Sale

at the exnense of private

01'.Ii"*, companies :out to the enI I from embe-r
Vote For pc i GRAHAM
OFMen's : Proprietor
traaoe of the bay where It was to be It.1I1'11 | t ,

np by the Government ,j jThla | Corner Avenue D and Twelfth Street
statement was received with Summer
James P. Taliaferro ;
much *?plaw e when t \e Senator saidthe J '
MIAMI FLORIDA
and farther ,
Imputation was wntnse ClothingAT
t I lea THICK oourl.eralaandake
aid if it was true be would not ask Whose is I
name
i commonly one end of the handkcr

for a.single vote I* Leon county. |I I I chief with the left hand, whkb i* I
H.
I I Ceo.
Myers
The vagntwy taw 0"-"-..." the ........... of pronounced as now to the right and the other en! ,

TT.Mwrere !. with the right hand, now to the left Cohen's.
Monk deserted 1- data
air city of gutng met if it was spelled. II i By unfolding the arms we make! a ,
.mseIk way "
bate a I' knot in the handkerchief and the
wove during iS..wr and Is 11w ; I Electrical Contractor
&It the ..
i trick U done.-Xew York Tribune.
hret. as
erening rises out and act a. .
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.
,
K they wetted for a H.ln.. ewer otls erw'' Toliver"If :i A Ferocious Equator.A .

wen _si end their Skiing pkwe.Lsnfinggive. awl small boy was asked by his I 1/13 I Avenue C. ;
.. .
15 l vMM us loaferea
ties we w"
I ia. |i teacher what the
M hatch clime and w* want equator was.
.n- oautettted bete.tluimry Her-I I lie thought a moment and re Estimates for

.M ..... I'rL' you want a suit of clothes made plied The: equator.is an Imaginary lion .v 'Eleanc Light \Wiring.\ Bell \\\jring.\

Dr J. B. Serere 'win hereafter doan lo fit you and guaranteed to fit you. at running around the earth."-LittleGhroakla.

ogles'prscUo at ay drug tore. mIndort rigs that are right go to Bewails j'. ... Annunciator, Wcrk and Repairing of all Kinds.T .
Avenue D.aO. Tailoring KstabliahBeat ZZT
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H. M. KING, THE IDEALOALSAL-


Funeral Director and Embalmer. i

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r DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.f I Drr i-undition lockjaw Km-b'. ,strenuously Is and very Jackson serious.J but are. the combatting patient's 'i!'I For Monday, May 2d, 1904.


f FLA.. April tv. 1110-. I
E. Psine. of Atlantic City a former -
.
MAIL SCHEDULE. I resident of this town arrived here j{I Sole Agent for Standard Patterns. Do you take the Designer? Subscribe now, 80c a year.
I -- ---
form Miami la t' week for a visit to r--- -

Arrive'from the North- his mother and relatives of several'

1....... V05Lm. I days. and has decided since his arrivalto Monday we will make a special offering, of seasonable goods, we will expect

11:25 p. m. I again make his home in Florida.He .
will convince of the sterling values offered for this sale. Below t
dose (or the North has writes his wife to pack up their you and you, many

6:05 a. m. belongings and with the children to .
C:4S p. m. come on at once.Cocoa News. I we quote only a few prices.

I
THE WEATHER Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cron leave oa "c:::::'I:: w o

Washington.-For Eastern Florida: Monday for St. Louis, where they will j

Fair tonight and Sunday. take In the sights of the Expositionfor .
Underwear. Petticoats.
about three weeks, after which they Muslin
12.
Maximum,
One lot <>t Ladies and Minses Cornets, we havesixvs not all
Minimum, 70.TOWN. will proceed to their summer home at Ladies Petticoats: made of Forest Mills )Ju..I n. 14 inch ij these corset, that is the reason we are closingFlounce

Pine Island. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Cron I with Torchon Lace insertion, and edging. This them out at . . . ..25cCsrscts. <<
-- are regular winter residents in )$
ruffle. Special c
Petticoat U made full and has a dust Vests.
having built a handsome
Gowns. I A lot of children tests to close at. . . . .?
5 TOPICS. I and they will\ be missed

absence and warmly welcomed Mlaml.l' ; Dress rubrics..
Ladies Gowns made of Good Cambric -
they return next fall. I: We will make special offering of Lawns, BartinU. Dimi
DRUG STORES TO CLOSE. The very full and long,yoke neatlytrimmed s I
-' ties and S.18IIC.. Many patterns to select from an oppor-

druggists have-all agreed to keep their with embroidery and cluster tanitoftbeaeallODat. ... . . . ... . 18c:
stores closed on Sundays between the j tucked. This gown is cheap at 1
Handkerchief
'I
I! I
hours of 11 and S o'clock, then open NEWS ON THE BAY. I fl.2S.thl..Ie.. .. ... .. ** j" ,'
Ladies Linen Hemstiched Handkerchiefs, with embroid-
from 6 o'clock to 1:30. On every Corset Covers. 1 I ered initials also
i colored fancy borders, only five to a customer -

nght except''Saturdays and Sundays The launch Yankee Doodle of Day- I at each. . . . . .5cBetf
they will close at > o'clock, beginning tons, Capt. Leon Ellenwood. master, Ladies Corset Coverasstyles ee the many ) Spreads.
to choose from made both olNainsook
next Monday. I.
stopped In Tltusville Saturday enronte
and cambric either embroidery Hemnud Honey Combo bed Spread. the SL25

8. L to Miami and Intermediate points, with kind special . . . . . .75cT
HAS AN AUTOMOBILE. or lace trimming. 50c
: the following party aboard: Capt. El- I
Patterson of UH law firm of Patterson .bk Lfce
: lenwood and mother Mrs. C. A. Ellen- Drawers.Ladies .
A Erwin has Just received an elegant wood,. of Daytona Mrs. F. R. McMillan, Cambric Drawers, umbrella style-neatly trimmed I! I One Lot ot both. White Damask and Oil Boiled Turkey '.

Ford Motor Company automobile, and I Philadelphia, Miss J. A. Klee. Brooklyn with insertion and edge. Workmanship excellent. Reduced Red table Linen Remnants at a bargain all good lengths.
has been giving it a trial today. He
N. Y., Mr. f. B. Cullen Grand <* Track LM
Dar had a stable for It built on the : : from $1.23 to. .and. . c II' R
Rapids Mich.-East Coast Advocate. 42 inch Pink Blue and White French Lawn actual value .
rear of his lot and a road leading to : Lice Swiss Curtains.
e 35c a yard. Monday's price . .25cE
It from Avenue C. The machine la' The coasting schooner Rosins, sailed Now is the time to bu your curtains, never before have
1
Ilk those belonging to Meers..L C. this morning for Elliott I Key yon had the opportunity purchase this quality of curtains kraider. aid Lace

Oliver and C. H. Garthslde which have e e e e at this price, per pair . . .* Kc We will offer several patterns in lace and embroidery.

proven so satisfactory In every res 'I The steamer Blscayne. owned by the Hatsf! Hats! I never sold before for less than 7 and 8c. at 5c per yard Monday f t
pect. only.
F. E. C. Ry. Co.. will be hauled out We hve several odds and end in Ladiet.. Misses and 1

IMPROVING GROUND8.- te a next week for repairs.S. Children Hats, worth many times the price we a"k. Will Odn S.lltw.s

the clo e them out at. . . . . .. .... . .,25c Twenty different patterns in this popular .suiting nothing
large fore of hand are engaged AI more serviceable, worth 15 and 20c special .. . 12S ;
Capt. Stnrgis of the launch Hye-
Royal Palm grounds and flower gardens Ladies Wrappers.

.adlng to their attractiveness. pus. will leave for the North May 10 Ladies Percale Wrappers several patterns made full with Pearl Bettows

'today they an busy trimming and where he will run'a pleasure boat daring circular gradnatej flounce, worth $1.25 and$1.50..1c Real salt water Pearl Buttons, several sizes at 6c a card. .

shaping np'the hybhens plants. The ; the summer. He will return here l'We

win be men attractive thaa \ again next __. before has there been such i in this ; (
grounds I will offer many Bargains in oar ready to wear department. Never a variety city. Our prices 7 .". "
( ever next seas is. . Monday will) suit everyone,particularly in this department. :; .r ,
t Both the
yachts l Jupiter and Klondike -

THE BUDGE RESIDENCE.-The have parties ta take out fishing : yI-4 .

first story of the magnificent tone I tomorrow.

residence which .. being erected by I e e e I' E. B. DOUGLAS

Frank T. Budge on his recently'' acquired The steamer Martinique Captain Dil-

property on :the west portion | lon will\ return tomorrow morning ,

of the Tuttle reservation Is BOW up from her last trip to Nassau of the sea ,

and the building beginning to assume son. She..tu at once be coaled and 'l'
'will leave for Newport News Vs. 4.
proportions. This will be one of the I -

handsomest residences In the city when where she will have extensive reiir I t

completed and'win cost several thousand made and undergo a general overhaul- ------ --

dollars.C lag. This work will consist of laying I We use Tennessee ream ta an out I I Pure Tennessee nvajn oa sale at

-- i I a new bilge keel, putting In boiler Ice cream and also have the plain Bisrayne Drug Comttay. 1O
'I W.: F. MILLER & CO ,
RALPH WORTHINGTON WILLUILD.Mr. I' beds aDd divers other work to the i .

-- Ralph Worthington, who t IliaD sad machinery. It will require a (Soectttort to Edwin Nelson.) Hotels and families ran boy genuine ** '
Your dally shipments of all kinds of
pent last season her and who acquired J month'or more to do the work and Tennessee cream at Biscayne Drag II ?_
land la the Tuttle reservation.Is ( when completed the Martinique will THE UNDERTAKERS : I ILadIN. fruits l and vegetables. Facilities ussurpassed -:
I for lots.
handling car
having plans prepared at his homeIn be practically as good as new. Sb..m white kid crash belts, 35 and r"

Cleveland. OhIo.. for a magnificent J!probably get away tomorrow night or SO cents at The Racket Store. I Prompt personal attention given to all t.
winter residence that he will erect r, early Monday morning. 4l3.-12th Street Phone 25. i sized shipments. Reference, The First 1t

here daring the coming summer. The;i I FOR RENT CHEAP.-Dining and National Bank Richmond Vs. .. :

building win be built of native stone. | The steam yacht Attaqnln. which kitchen la Arcade HoteL 21* JAS. W. HOLUNGSWORTH. .
-
and win be a magnificent structure. I cam Into port Thursday afternon Wholesale Commission Merchant ,

from the west coast with Mr. Jones Screen door lets, 20 cents, at The !C7 Richmond Vs.

,i jt 1 her owner aDd others aboard sailed AT THE CHURCHES BUSINESS lOCALS. Racket Store. a

',+this mornng for Key West to undergo xac sosascsc NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE. -,

t PERSONAL. MENTION. J|!> repairs. Because a cast M critical is nt *..,) -
WANTED. cook at Arcade Hotel
Ii I schooner yacht Decoy which .1 TO-'110RROW\ 1 at once. 21* I 1 that he has good taste.FURNISHED {I 8,000 rough lemon trees, diameter ,

Mr. and Mrs. Loreaso Blackstone of,4Jjus The I r about one Inch; tiDe roots; sacrificed j
was here all season and which return I HOUBJ.on I
are again In the city. 'I st six cents I each If sold soon. Grains!
i ed a few days ago from a lengthyentire M. E. CHCRCH SOUTH.-Subject of FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD.I I. Tenth street for revt Apia :at
to again this morning i must be cleared early In May. Can be
R. Cothroa. of Ojus. Is among the, went sea morning sermon "Life In Christ Je this office.

OJns. are again In the city. I but where bound could not be learned. sus." Evening The Happy Llfe. I hereby announce myself as a can- |i seen at the Ransom grove, Orange f

1 dilate for re-election to the office of I II FOR RENT.-706 Avenue B; modern Glade, or address, ,

Mr. J. W. Ives, a prosperous tomato, 'I +JlJllll l'sl41lS1tt.]!VVlUl 1fI'e PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH.-At the I member of Board of Public Instruction Improvements. W. W. Dill I Thos. W. Mather. )Mngr '

grower and merchant, of Ojus. ta in the' j HOTEL ARRIVALS.BAY ; 11 o'clock service tomorrow morning >i of Dade county subject to the Democratic 21C Box Kt. City.

city today on business.W. I the choir will sing a new and very primary May 10. 1904. I Miami Conservatory of Music I ,. 1 1I

taking arrangement of "Nearer My I Id W. M. Burdlne.I i Franklin Coleman Bush, director 228 j FREE 8CHOLACSHIP.; t" J
Black'-: Is l." VIEW ____ 1 1I *
W. of Delrsy. God. to Thee" and the pastor will Twelfth street toNOTICE. \
town today greeting friends and Incidentally I W W. Blsekmer. DrIBJ.I preach on The Astounding PnrH'." I WANTED cook at Arcade Hotel i iI 1

transacting business. I subject will at once. ( 21* There are many young people l=
At 7:30::J p. m., the sermon t .-Those holding chances on I
PIONEER "Urtenlng to God's Voice. The I I a diamond ring will please be at Xlmanjes Miami and Dade county Interested la :]
W. H. Cody,.a prominent ferUUxerman T. B. Brown. Jacksonville\ ; S. Bolo RENT CHEAP.-Dlnlnc and 1
heir will ting an anthem. j FOR I cigar; store tonight at 7:30 o'clock.M. : learning book-keeping aDd at...,..
of Orlando, s again In the cityt "Dean. West Palm Bench; Lillian Gras 1 \ kitchen In Arcade Hotel. 211Th ,I '
1 'phy, and the Metropolis
proposal en
.lId registered e* the San Carlos.Dr. i ham. John W Wood. Miami; R. Catton. FIRST M] E. CHURCH Tomorrow !I l"i
Church the ''SunJ' e CsIT Is the workouts' make possible for two of th.ss y
Ojus.) the first M. E.
corning! at If you want lee cream that la good
SksCTs. Dr. Pngh and Mr. Or-"toQ 1 I '\Divine Love friend. B:S: si TIle Racket Btora. |I II 1 have a chance without the cost of 4
pastor will preach 'on I and pure buy It of the Blscayae Drag
Drake returned home last night from: SAN CARLOS- I and Its Gift." At 7:15 p. m, there will I I'lory. Company. They art Tennessee cream single dollar. For full details of ta*
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take The .OM that last and are aatlafae- plans see the sixth pa-e of this
to I
had been of i papst.
Daytona where the Mr. Bradley city; Mr. and Mrs. .be a revival service. The subject I Tke 'ban.. Calf (or workaMav 142 1

the Commandery degree In Masonry. renso Blackstone, Ojus; W.' H. 1.0-1 the sermon will be, "Escape for Thy 'Iat The Racket ........ I LIVELY- : CONTEST.-

Georgia. Life. The revival meetings will continue I I --- I PANTS TO ORDER IN ONE: DAT
One
Professor and Kn. Rolf. of the experimental : Leave your order for Tlnxw-fnlon at'Uth's I vote with vary tea cents paid
from next week. AT 8EWELL-S TAILORING ESTAB-:| for subscription to the
farm have returned News Depot St rants per month: Dally Metropolis
Jarksoavn- where they attended the LEGAL PAPERS.The "rives (or three month x8 LISHMENT. 227 which eaa be used toward payta*

of the State Horticultural' Society. Mowing paper* were filed la theclerk's I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSub 1 Yearly snbaerlptkMis taken st mlts> 'I some worthy young person's way

meeting office circuit court today: ject. 11 a. m.. "Acceptance In the Be- I News Depot for any' sugaalnc or MWSpubUabara S- CARE: OF HOUSE WANTED.-Asy through a eorrespoadeaea course fea
.
Warranty dad, P. R. Hart to W. R.1, loved." Subject 7:30.-God's Goodness paper &I pricea. .one desiring to have their furnished book-keeping or stenography. For foilparticulars .

and daughter Johnson for $30:! lot 21. block :s. (Id- Sapper" will 1---1 :[ read the half-page aanouncenwnt
Mr. J. F. WoMwer DeepI8M.Lord' I Ipelr hems eared for during the summer, for I
the )(ar- eto. IB to-day's .
Miss Leila, left yesterday visit on that later- Warranty deed. Model Land Co., to be observed Immediately after the for sale, very cheap. Mrs E. C the use of a portion of the same. mar : paper.

Unique for Nassau to lot It block .5. sermon. Beck. 1M I II communicate with "H" can of Me .
the __er'. last P. R. Hart for $15 morning BIDS WANTED.
island on
eating __ tropolis.
run. They will return .tomorrow. Modelo. 1 OFFICES FOR RENT-Single cw e. -
Warranty deed Mary Brickell Bidhusband 'I Tenders are requested for the delivery
,4| NOTICE.All infte: see McAllister-Beck real estate VOTING COI\ JS1.:
Glngras aad her granddaughter, to C. L. Dodge for $32S an the beach at Cap Florida vtetm-

ilra. '" Canova. were arrivals from I 1C. section >. township 50 south raJfe-i persons are hereby notified that :130:! 1-2 Twelfth Street Miami Fls Ity of Old Town South Point cad .
Every subscriber to the Dally Metropolis .
last Thursday being met at the 13 east. I will not be responsible for any debts !' pleasant Sleeping Rooms In mj wharf of twelve hundred tons aadT
here by George Glngras. with Warranty deed. Lewis W.' Hubbard can aid some deserving young rock la pieces not under fifty poss.Work
static Charles CIIa -. Residence. Shower bath
scat contracted by my son. |Twelfth-Street
whom his mother will visit for and wife to Semi Jordan for $1. four', Mrs man and woman la securing a badness to begin not later than May 1st.
rent at summer rates.
: For
time.-Cocoa News {acres la section 20. township M. osuth, mlnor>nd this action U to warn all etc. Beck. 1M education by using the\ ballots to which and completed by August lit 104
B. C.
C. C. Uoys. who resides eoI'1IeI'I I I nap 43 east merehanU and others against extend- they are entitled on payment of subsrrlptloas "Rejection of any and aU bids rsssriU
Mrs. Land Co., to H. J. Stet. ...
Eleventh Street. Is Deed. Model : Read our offer oa staupage. by R. M. )Iuro-.
oj Avenue D and ot block 21 tows of lag him credit. Charles OUssoa. Headquarters fancy groceries fruits.
for $:2 all ; 203
Hag Cocosnst
critically HI A few days ago she stop- 114 0JuI. J'Ia.i'r" j ten at Wilson A: Flys's. T Grove Fla.
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ped apoa a tail which was driven into Delrsy. 1





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i.. A MESSAGE IN BOTTLERS: I I I crying sat on DIIoI acme aDCe.division Order of the hare Union gone I I :)()OOO OQOOCOC'oQOOOOOOOOOOOC) I
.
-' 1'aci8e'syateai to dispense with negro tiH
"
:, Six the British schooner -
year ago porter and employ in their |I! Bush & Safford Piano Co
".'K Ethel mysteriously ditappeared ;
"* stead white men at an adrance of' II..
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en route from Bombay to Port said.3X
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12.50 month The I ela.orporat.J *IOOOOIiOSal >
$ in
Her owners, Barkfoot A:: Co. of the per wages. of'' '
;-*!t latter port gave her for lost andy reason assigned" U for the good :Represerst.ttv'su 'I
up Rates. L.r L.
the trvice.: If *bite porters prove 1 Clubbing
; since that time until u. t month 6teaws:o- ocEmeneri 8cr.'a. New Yerk.
: her fate remained a imstery to the effective and acceptable the change :: I"l.ri-. CQ.. :Boartoxx. I
will probably be made general on all I
(.d. world. Ilarrimaa transcontinental lines. Other High Grad Piano and Piano .i j
i .
It wa an empty and tightly cork. iI
IJ I ad wine bottle that brought the story FWIHIIIIM F..h...... I Pianos fromJ25 t'p. Cash or easy payments. Tun I H
CxawtMiv
t: of her fate and that of Captain I' ning and Repairing. A few bargains in slightly I The
We living in an remarkable people of Dade
are will
age County want all the
Lee and his& crew to land. The bottle news
used evenings.
waa discovered by Captain Lom- for feminine extravagance. We pianos.. Open I this year as it is to be an interesting one be-
I refer, of course, to the moneyed I I Ic
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bard on the beach. of the inland of cLuxeft When our hostess come XXXXXXXSOOOOC cause of the elections ,.-
s Fulave, situated in the south sea, i
do n to breakfast with a rope ortwo

.I*\*- and follows the: note it contained read a< I quire.of_come pearl*simple round confection her neck she obvi-re-I Centrally teo : National State and County

Will the finder of this informMests.
/ oui>l h by Worth or one of his famou -| The
Barkfoot 1; Co. of Part Said .
contemporaries, to with it,i
i* that their schooner Ethel foundered go ] -- --- -
both jewels and raiment signifying
F about 1,000 mile! )rum llombay!. to her ?ur t" that her wealth is I E. A.FORSELL PROPRIETOR. : The
Thia is written the sole
: note by survivor MetropolisHas
something to be envied. It is nei- :
'" *, Captain Lee and Seaman Pioneer .
ther a plea-ant nor a Wealthy trait .
-f:
TO'ma*, who are in their but hopes.Sigued ,, perfected
but it u fashion and a fashion)i arrangements whereby it can offer
f. T. Lee Jan. t6 or 27,
which at the moment shows no sign' such attractive rates for various
Tr. L l'ER D X
.1b97. RATES"" = 'o I s newspapers
of chanianz:. for with millionaires that there should be no excuse for
remaining -
Cw* 4i* Pr.a.rti.. *f Radium.; plentiful their women folk are: Hotel: Corner AM flue H .ixt I Ith stre.. I in ignorance as to the happenings people of
The properties of radium are extremely bound to enter for that social pritt i the
curious. This body emit ,. puzilo"\\ huh of na pays the most MIAMI, FLA. I year.
with great intensity all"of the' different for her clothe,*7*-London Expre ti
I I'Nft -i 1
rays that are produced in a
vacuum tube. The radiation, mca- llt aha*. '
RATE.
vred by mean of an electroscope u Shoes of nearly e'Pry descriptioi
at least a million time more power are ironed with a hot or warm iron -{ ) F. W"\ HAHNaasd :
ful than that from an equal quantity I A fhort time ago it would have beer
I
The
of uranium. A charged ..IeetlWCOpepJatot.d I!!I thought ixxututr to iron mrn'a shoat 4 Daily Metropolisand
with iron inMrad of ., .A.ach.1teet :Bu1l-r!
treeing
at a distance of several i i a arm One Year
meter can be cliarged by a ''I them but it i< bein:? done with the I I H I no, nave la mf employ one of the t *
few centigram of a radium *altOn :I. beat multrin some factones. This I tINt dr.fn.man IB the Sooth and an Daily 'r"mes-Union $10.00
can alt=o discharge an electro- does! not include wax or other.greasy |l better psetared than aver for faTUl- I
cope through a screen of glaM or !I'calf I ctork. but it doe include bog Inc plan and detail for rood building I
lead five or six[ centimeter* thick. calf. Of course the arm iron proc *. 0c., calilart: work. eta ,. Semi-Weekly Times-Union $5.50.
eflll \* much cheaper than the ol% for taraad
Photographic plates placed in the I am now headquarter
I mrlliixl 1 of trw.wIg and dressing, : Weekly Metropolis with .
vicinity of radium are almoct intantly : .Fl work scroll sawing and all work *- Semi-Weekly Times-
affected if no acrecn intercepts therefore its jreiuTnl adoption is not tally done In a lint elasa ptaalnc mitt Union -
f2.oo
the With the unlikely. It u not unusual now W .'
ray* screens Send m your order tug door a and
iron fin .hod 'leather, but it! With Atlanta Journal twice a week
action dower, but it still takes }latent I window framex. balhutera. brMkata.te. I -.25
place through very thick ones if the is usually preceded m ith a light te., and b* rogt inrnL With Weekly Palm Beach News 12.00
expo lure i* sufficiently long. Kadiwn dre'Mnff of oil.-Shoe and Leather s
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can therefore be used in the production j Reporter._ ? ? II' -- -
of Mme. Curie I I.
radiograph -
in Century. I Tt>. Hip.potamv.. A CntAT SCNSATION. Train of toaiatuea are coins to the Old subscribers must pay all back dues before they
I It seems! that the hippopotamus Then was. a bhc WUMUMMI ta U>e. northern market dally from the lower can take advantage of these offers and cash
...... Car "-t : b to be extcnr.nated.; It u hardly vine Ind. when W. H. Brown of that in advance must all orders for
Indian river and accompany
Blacayae Bay I.
X. H. Ilarrimaa intends to *ul,- probable that the hippopotamua..iJe place who wa expected to die, had I these combinations.
Ithata white porter for negroes on I'i joJ thin, but it vill be a good !hi* life saved by Dr. Klnc's New D.coverr : country and till grower are reaping .
sleeping and parlor ear on the Onion .<1 thing for mankind according to thei for Consumption. H. write: handsome profits. Many of oar former''
Pacific road. This change U ta |I i. London Globe The intelligent animal -I endured lBarerabl axonles from Volusia roaoty men are down then I. ADDRESS i/
be made gradually and ia of an experimental constantly attack bonta, Seld Asthma but Tour New Dmnmry gave enjoying the tide of protperlty. There
character. The Union and pinion, and"St hat he docs not,me Immediate relief and soon thereafter would have been no country down I
Pacific passenger department .ha,i eat" -ars' an authont'. "he sits on." elf.rt 'l s complete cure" Similar there. BO great trucking Industry. BO Miami
received complaint for nearly a year Now he! is himself to Us sat on. We rarea of eoosnmptioii. pncnmonli.bmoehitla : treat prosperity, had It not been for Metropolis.
that negro porter were impudent trust, that those in charge of the and grip are numerous Henry )l )a&Jt'r.-\.oIua\a! County .''I
and 'inattentive to their duties except campaign; will remember the adviceof It's the arkNI'f'IIIMr- for all throat
when ia receipt of liberal tip*. one of our foremost naturalist ud lone trouble Trice SAe sad $Late. :
la fact ia some inataDcel aggressm and "hoot the hippopotamua with Guaranteed br all dru lsta. Trial If \ ch.;ewe success you mm.trui .
insistence upon tina Las become tj J bullet made of platinum, for it bottto irea. <'salk' llIt.oc.y": fIW'IL I .
they .... the other kind his bid will

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FREDK. S. MORSE, :I I CONDENSED STORIES. I 'M"-"S' '

.-. i .... a : Trade Mark i
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REAL ESTATEOffices !I }'
1I i ing WADDELL'S I
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up stain Cor. Av*.C and JJ tb 8t. jl "A Guarantee s,
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Miami. Dade Co.. Florida.POWERS' when Written Contract" S
that ,.

I for it You .re M- ./ed or !
I MEAT MARKET. in type: ) He it AotHe ,f

; en for ; putt you oo rep
" Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork They by felling you st the -
I they \ ) POttOtOt I
,. Sausage Hams Poultry etc. er, :
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20H AVEXCE D, MIAVI. FLORIDA ''at .M s-iyry yew wawa /I ye..
nrt M COT tr sat y.eperry. 1 >
that Hit.&u. foun ft* *ag Lacs 1i'

Watch this space LARGEST STOCK call""'' 01 this rotUIIy.c.II ae..e.E. .i,, i>

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"'D A. WAODCU '
FRUITS "My R... Iaota: .....
oft FancJ Groceries _r.u- dt c
for __
f' change after : C4t1 A.esy. '
flay, Grain, Feed and Fertiliiers.PRESH VEGETABLES : Office First ;Kit But litatF1a.: << 'p

t Florida East Coast Railway Yachting Trade a specialty. he get boiL"t..t : ) S

in i ui* TWO IS BST7IRTHA5 05X-
E. L. & Co. bl. ck -
Brady : Here's a pointer for the If morvue
hap '\' << I You waat to save ....,
Schedules. d we kwow bow -
G-B.Oc:: JB.&. ( help josj. We
I F2. put Bx U so v m paj a little atop Ua
< Phone g4.CO mouth pnee o(oat paper and irt the an

) %. '&::"ve. ID and. Twelfth St. noisily _w.TIM. and pri.uf fit Urn ha ine.rcoeatti Daily
, men ) a r..uord to the totlowmfprieas

.oaths..... ...... ... s 1 ie
A = .oout ....... .. . S M
Are You Going to Build ? eat) ..lMr............'...'..'...''..''. MW
propose to said you bet* tte
they and Duadav Tiasea-tJ.io. aatf
If so, or If you need building material of an; for and Mmoroua for
kind you should not fail to see .:._u... .............. .... .
time M
We will send the
said: e-t'.los) and yoe CiUsen SemiWeekly and iS

,'. J. A. McDonald & Co. kissed" otontha a: ..... Ill-*

1 .. yes r. ....' J.
Tho. fur it .
eents more than Ike .
The of he dally,yee gel ,..pepen
D..lers.. L.Mbcr. lathe 8..11..1....Casings, ertat.U.. Bill for tray emu more than the ne.Iu
Ink Caaat........1'. Hair Etc.Yard. priae 01 ,-. 1III'.IOPOLJaI. 4
't .s4 Date,&_..P""I"ttt.e.i.Wilson's but 8eaI-W. I, ?taeeUmu aM
___ ____ __ __ _n__ ) tiM aad the Fans.. and .
down .
"- 8ead your abtcripUoe*to.*.
\ advance always u these prices. >
Novelty ; Tan YataapotCooley
v MlasalFlt
if wo:nxs ;' '
b now la operation and ready to receive ,1'? -


t J. A. Robbins & Co.Quality WOOD FOR ANYTHING NOVELTIES.orders. IN & Horllr'eT1e f r >!

Wladow*and door screens window ..1.-.
, and dor framee. store flxUres, stair Real Estate 11 j Reply Alms '
and C7arriageDepositor.
'. EEarn.ess
." work. Inside trimming of all klnda.
-, ; R. S. WILSON list You i Property Witt 1ka. *;

is remembered long after price is> CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. i
A flee pieee el bay Croat property )
r PU.a with riparian njrhu, within l
forgotten. aID .KlnCaT10J11. a few t ,
-- .1.." walk of j
I a the bad MM eeeterol '
p.
way."s M task, being SM feet
oo and
bay .
Quality Makes the Bargain. For Best Meats and Choicest Poultry 400 bearing tot; tree deep on BatiBf It. This a lot la efte a *' .;. -

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place for a winter ho... :V- .""
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t 41.ts-Z Ir 1lth Stzeet., TiuflsimlE .. 3Ma < GO TO <- 1 I .J?, *: .

..-' C. H. Raulerson & Co's., 328 Ttelftk MIAMI.Street.FLA.Silncr Bkt < ..-.r' \ ;

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UKAVYBLACKSMITHIHO.Hore8bn 1B'th Street; and AV'e. D. ": :.
f'F .iajr. Wacon A Carri...Work. ;I1ite ,
B Haven A" Hln Busing. RepalrlBs aDd;BoldeHag. | They Carry a sup Line ofFlorida \\ Eagle Batter Sbo f-

F. All Work Gaanoteed rinSOC.... and Western Meats. : Chairs No Waitiq .1.. '
Best Smicc io the City. 3
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&hop':aoo. Avarice D. They established the meat business here in April. 1890 when COLBY. Proprietor.Clubbing ..\. .i
,i it -l T..lttll StN.
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SEABOARD SANITARY and Rates.
lead a
.*.).L PLUMBING and 't I .
W' j and can save money by sub-
PLUMBERS.SUPPLI
Air Line RailwayFOR I I ing scribing for the paper

I I I"Ye ; 3 you want through
Cltnlui 12. turtle Unrj x, I
your i I,
Savannah Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines,'.All kinds of wheels "I : \I
k Raleigh> RichmanJ: Washington, Baltimore, I I for sale or mt form" l ,I': j
New York. 321 f "Ah. ; :
t" Philadelphia. tm Street ellIDl. PliMcNeill .
I}, "Have
We can give the
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you
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Three Trains Daily. )
J' Seaboard Elegant New York Li Mi ted. i & Co. 1 lic: "for\" Daily Times-Union and 1
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K Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail it,!" Daily Metropolis tot
"I're ) 1 1 o.oo a year or both
Livery Feed and Sale Stable
k' Modern Pullman Equipment. celled for six months foi '

r ?1M -..- ...... fart 1.1..wd ij ............ "'&.. e_...... ........"', M ranatNc 12th Street. West of Railroad. .and ': 15.00.
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.. ..... Best o
; eI."I.I... -mrfme' drav.aa-reo. a tirtfin Md tar -- .n.p r.W ;
.. k A.a.dla..1 ....._It 1.:.".W y....rya "'a.kI.awt 4lealna. sit a.I"is...r. We have horses broke urday ; *
for
t. tat Jaen.b.ttt.iurs.-i....t'T.__h?...4U11e".t.uw dsibid rt.Ada ._ I gentle: ladies to Iride and drive.

I j'< Only line operating daily through sleepers fr nJuckfonville :Oo"d Comfortable Carriages,

c! : to New Orleans.For : First class Teams, and ohn A Metropolis

I ows: :
Reliable White Drivers. vy skin an0

fun info'"l11alio'1 and "I reservations, call on any agent of the B. WeekJy
Seaboard or write I lark .
...f*.........r" .*..M...................eiNMyaHi tr. Breaker $-LmotJ .1
A. 0. MCDONNELL 1St. GeL pm. .& laclsoDlIlle, Fla. add ct

t THE 4InCiistrUl to ... : $5.50 a year- ..
S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Agt. t "Florida) Pastime" Record \ I first ment I Metropolis and SemiWeekly '

Publahlaf Cb-. | I Ir. weeks, Times-Union bock

,' .. I maeuire.4 Florida..Weisular.oma__aN I"Ra ptt..lica..rta... .1".iII'4t a 1"a.tif.ny" sappf witty III................*.....family.:..B.. 3. !DOW I one'year. S2.OO.
WALTM L G.AHAM JAMES: JACx5O' h. S L PATTtH. >xreq. ltd a..11 u.hi It. Edits by a of e.mprt..t sad .-.e. 1I.1f...... L I rlcttm. ,- -.-
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I ..Mt \-.a S.e'. sad Tie.. .pIct.-... -..._..."lot fame_. .""III... H..II.I..not., ..... 7"U., them. I
.old, It.b..ld_ Se rr .....film.......,.r.......nn.. M.W._ ..r rr ... .
I .."""rip'ectllL-T....II...,R.cad-II..C..mp....... ...._.ttoI. T. ... tbs.tll tbt. .IKBt.f.dk.wi..atr..a..a.fry web a by.a-M... J .11'Aru Pompano Inn, f
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Ie m.d._.far. a. .limit...... to......"II'.. i.t-laiik ..... jut* r.d to IwdMlnal kwv.rd
Dade County: Abstract\ (Co.VLSIORPOR.iTEa. c: lac".., ''' wit! .user aN,- will be.Lied '0< -;r.."...ct.et4ptl. .
1Wt. tam. .yawl yr --- How ,... UeComh Proprietor
I ; Em/frnorn.mat...bar. -r (iri e'.. lil'u ia| ,!Ilea.cat act a.d rnant.'
j3 a IkU p "dial'a4 -"will -._brl l I warm
.. : mail tmm.d.aay a 6ea.t.fu1... Ulawtfrapk.. l lomiwuir Pompano, Florid j
\, : wnliw.tahi alWa l It arid
ek...tI.......... r-. _wail!!ai
rSFW LL BUILDING MIAMI. FLA. t .,..>.. weir toaar ,rle..lfrr I_II. a '. '

r*y _>_________ IlnJ/Jltt'i 1 Recot'J Gomoanya"w--: I I IJ map first on tb Produce* buyers lor gentkateaonly. and solicitors .
. Jteitoarille-. ID- __ : will find that they aover .:
! ,....-. cmraw a4 cuwiftaw A wMfacta wr'Scarcwn otf THb prwaiaOy, .....law! i. J will It'' more territory in a day
,-'Y. S.,.wwUMwvtm toirart Kwika wl an -W h-wi *_. D_ CMitr ;
: /INM .....,......... U \ from here than from any otb*.
;"; NN. oNd ....,........,.... the old point oa the line.r .
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GENERAL BACKING Fort Dallas! National Bank. SAVINGS fRTMENi



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


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


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


strength and business.





Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition of- the Fort Dallas Natio i


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




Asse"ts. Liabilities.Loans .


and Discounts . . . $163,955 .'4 Capital Stock . . . .. . .$100.000 oo ...:

Overdrafts. . . . . . . 250 18 Surplus. . . : . . . . 2.000 00 .......

U. S. Bonus 10 Secure Circulation . 25.00000 Profits. . . . . . . . 1,56972

Premium on the same. . . . .. 1.437 5 :National Bank notes outstanding. . 25.000 oo

Dade County lionds . . . . 5.00000 Deposits . . . . . 262,070 93

r Banking House. . . . . . 4' 2t4 > 3-

U. S. Bonds owned . .$56,62500 .

Due from Merchants National

Bank of New york. . 19. 159 88 .

I Due from National Bank of


.. Jacksonville . . .18.39946

Due from Mercantile Exchange +


Bank of Jacksonville 7,33613. .

Due from Trust Companies of.

New York . . . .. 7.5 ao

Due from State Banks and .

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Bankers . . . .. 10,24908

Due) from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25000 _

,, Cash on hand in vault. . 33.26385 153.i8360 ..
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$390,6X065 $390,640 65

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I Naval Acadamy at A apoUs. Its hasbn
$ t, LEAR AND CONCISE THOMPSON'S STORY. a student at tk* )portda lit.... <',JI
sad owes h.'I'l'polntment l I
** for ame year*
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--flNANCIAI STATEMENT.o {Continued from fist page.) directly to General V i, !\ ,.
rontrreaoman from thin dluft "H* 5000.00
i hick were prepared by taxadennUt was mar. innnlntd to nil the neltl... ..! the I
ed from first
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f-.fi: ---- IlaPL___ I Large and shipped only a few da.I' -*nttant mho -: In,the rnmwtiie. T
Punt the |>hy lcal x.imlnaU Commissioners have nothing to do I ago to Mr Matthem nor. -

.! wits the amount allowed. Captain Thompson asserts these are.al'f' i The usual large *hlpn>e..:. .>f ,11<.'''* / Palm Beach Stock
all the catches he has ;j .
MONET DUE THE COUNTY. reported.He for &&uunlM iff each "'jk \ rxrptlimnlly -

1 TIle torn of $5,025.00 advanced by tile admits that he has been unusually he-.\\- today .n..f tr. l Icing cent Being Closed
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of Miami lucky in landing tarpon but says it out In carkKMl lota. Ttt .tr..nd rev* out at
county for the share of the City i i ils I ..,
,{, iilir wiirnna of the ortl clear ftitrk "<
tat erecting the bridge over the ill- no reason wyh he should be routed i bar bad a hue. iff ',".* rl Hrerlnic ,

l, ami river ha been paid out of the Bond by others who hare been leas fortun ': them to the two ...'..itn Th Iw*t //\EWYORK' LI
; COST. .. -
:t. Fund and will be returned to the Bond ate. He is going to the grounds again i I feature about the Inrr* ..l .11 rk Ir ttiifutnri ,

.. paid by the City off 'next week and says that If his usual j: ** to the numerous ml 11)-i Il.ninivrl '
- J Fund as MOB a* I <>|i.... It.la thin that luin KIimpetus .,h. --
)UamL This sum U to be expended lurk does not forsake him he will bring : to the htilMlnff open ,I..no It

District bark others of tbe "sllrer beauties" to!' runttnueil unlntprritvt .
OB rock road la Commissioner's 1 Thor City that have 150

No 1. as aooa M received from prove that they can be caught i! .
the City of M1astLSUPPLIES This statement Is published In justice '

FOR THE COUNTY to Captain Thompson and with nointerest lens Nobby and
Johnny ,10.101.ot thin pine. who nan ti>*nhi Up-to-date Suits
la regard to Applies furnished the whatever in the controversy'and the employ of the FlorIda Rant CiuiMTtaJIwav '

county by tome member of tile Boardof rivalry existing between the parties company at New 8m>Tni for. At Made of Summer Weight Cheviots' Horiie.i -

> County Commissioners, we state concerned. ... lime pant wan very .badlj peal.k.1 SlJlIn_.'' \1\1\1,, ,, ,-,vas h and
team from a locomotive f -- v English Crickettwhfle
toY' escaping ::
positively and emphatically that not s SECRETARY he was st work under earn Lint Wilson 15ros Cluett and
BLACKMAN BACK. j Star make
.. dollar's worth of goods was bought S..lurdano.* unfortunate mAn watraraiferrad '

that Vai not actually needed by the From Meeting of State Horticultural. < v the flrvt train to the rail- J-]I'n- ___ __ _

county; that no more In quantity was Society at Jacksonville. wag" ho..pltalm"Vt. Augustine. .where. h*
Secretary E. \'. Black:man, of the I* r*.-.11... the beat cnr and tttnllonTltitMllle
ever purchased than the county was Star. 250 .
Dade County Fair' Association returned i
paid __
obliged to bar; that the price j -
actual home last night from Jatksonville YHU MIsSt.N..'t. -- ++
were sever greater than the ItAN.TriTO Suits Mens Underwear
where he has been In attendance at
market value of the goods bought and : r77: ,... ro v ON ,
t the seventeenth annual session of tte Th. "r.11 ""IIL'':;'" t"
.
In many eases were less than the Florida State Horticultural Society. .IM."..I.... arw.ctl I.: ,I."pi" in *n Wool, I IJalbrigjfan, Lisle I and Fancy Lisle.J
goods could be obtained for from otherpersons .
Mr. Blackman U much pleased with ,1>. 1..1..-'e." t tr4t al 4 hanrilln *r( A T
we wish the citizens -
; and. finally
the result of the meeting, which he nafc hen IT*** \ ra..<*d_ In face. 't o. f
thoroughly understand .
and tax-payers to was Instructive and Interesting fort only shout -.... to. place the .hlpm ,
that In many Instances: there says Sevvcll'sTailoring I I Hats For
were Bo other dealers In this countyor throughout, though not as well attended <* i
wlUllsIble distance whocould as In previous years. He had thehonor that ah* BO to New Toe to nil 'A I'.i* .

work rton. Admiral Ca_. i'h'-r' ..f
of behalf of the
replying on society -
at all. I
furnish the seeded goods
We have acted solely for the beat In- to tbe address of welcome of the bureau of conatri. 'Jon ana .. : I -=:::::::::r
when h* Inspected the ..hip *+*< "i 1
and well 'jl'
This is the President Tiber was received.
teresta of this county. ....
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of
that it would require an exnttxtlt-i
naked truth and the whole truth, and The meeting. Mr. Blackman says, 100
and two months work 'e
SOS m EstablishmentYou
devoted largely to the discussion
willingly and gladly lean the Issue mas -
we .would hare to loNw
thought the vaal ;:r
the voters of <,of orange culture, a nrmbcr Inte--:
to be passiii epos by :',sting papers being read inetvutt aid Tork to have the repair miuUJ M MEN: STRAW HATS

aDd. county. A. Judd chief etertrirlaa of the hattlrahlp. /. _
I much discussion and many Idea an1
F. C. Aicher. ----
has provrn. however. that there will find
Con W. Lainhart. <'experiences advanc Veceahle ctrl are as good toetrirtana on the. phlt .... an.thingOu

R. E. McDonald I are was also ably discussed, sad ninhInterent at the navy ,....... land with a t..t.,/ 100

i JohB .,.".11. 1 manifested therein. ........ has art at work making the n-r'> WIS h.tl' stock except -

J S. A. Belcher. f to the electrical apl..U"1: K) MENS FELT HATS.
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r TATE NEWS. the ftr*. An wag Mated at the time shoes, which we are now
... explosion the principal dumaar wee -- -- - --- --
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flak? Gunners Mat. ....-. one of Will FUiyd. a .......... while lrmptinftn to the. electrical attlnra. and ln thhlf < sale! of

"1 th* booos .f the MlMourl rsplaalon. earspr from ConMablc Vincent (i:ta- wtricuin to now reporlnc nn-l having .1 at our 200 -
...... d furthrmora/lt will amt
ashore last .*bt. having r .\MIn.I..s
was at M.13-port. wa shot In the arch h'
the ship a'*. days ago. gw the department only ahout tV.*. Inmrxilnf S lJ... nrc _
his duties va at the. ."""'+ ..
from and died this vxmlns grnryHompltal V** a* 11"< *atlnuit' dTh lIENS CLOTH HATS.
II. has received BUSMTOUS rvquwU In this rity. big turn wa* turn4 )mtprd.i> .." ---..,,.
papers as UM North for photacraphs. Floyd was wrested for the larrr'Bf' of 9 for the II..., state a> oat UM ..xi* >...... .,,J .
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totters from prominent men the elertrk "./.,,-, to have Ih.1..4 tr
and ate him to yd'when
boat and Orta u was taking
Th praise whlrkla work within ta da).. .h* ti .
afl ever the ewmtrr. from the ofllrMsad
bestowed. apes tk.* r.uMrsMl ho brok away .. Jie. so far as baas I al erataala. ._ .
Wag and to rnn. OrtacUs....... itrprMotter ...a.
head of theaverage oncfirnedt will fond a> ..6.:7 4 II!"
the ton the but bwtmd of Morrinf 't.1
halt
to enough to Th Jltoiinuri will ico' out for target :rr:
.. It ka pot wetted MrMoneoa be kept oa and Ortacu' then and t>
but
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ractltIn a few daa. or as noon a* the
who to as JovU and good ...- petty, the fufltlr The hull entered a' nrk to completed, and wA.nthlf. I SEWELL & BRO
JOHN
nrrk Floyd was hrouchto I
ever. The navy department i tko bar of the Jntoh... site will prahablv remair hr-, Y
ttwed a* cMf of the the city on a tor.hoal ywterdari a.t. into the departure of the other. vessels
through" the. commander Im was seat to the Emergency .hospital. .TjiJackauavUto ,f the squadron, as It will not be nn. t

?quadras, has sent the chief BWUMT' Metnpoto. / arr. for her to leave. for ..... reek .fr.fofo
mate a tottff .( .crimedates far brm.- ', / mrUw than five othcra. now that. the ; C"C"C"C"fofo': >FFEEEfrEEEEE>EF''f.of.oflo fFEE .fofofloE.
and herein conduct displayed ups .'11I'.. Van Brvnt hu received aotlnraof repairs have bean made here.-Pensaola ,
rrr .ceaeie ....--- '- loll avBotataHnit tram UM. Thlrt 310.312 12lk Street
1M ..orates .LStnare+r.al District ., Florida to the Journal. MIAM.L'r -
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