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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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 )
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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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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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COUNTY COtiMISSONER Trunk I II I I Ii BIG MONEY

OLD STORY Bon Accord Came in Yesterday Preferring His as a I


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Reviews The Transactions of The Board And Shot That All I'' I The Sheriff Has Drawn

Russian A Mr. Tvoer loses $4.500 Wrick Was
Japanese Capture
the Ross Outfit from Jacboovfle to .
Were in The Interests ofThe:Tax Payers i
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toTke $21.000
Guns I Bud Training i Wal for the New Strip I Boned lIP Nearly

Quick firing Dade Cou tya noose last Mgbt/
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WOUND TWO OFFICERS I The IUK Bon Accord Captain John Jones In the ae of R. Hudson Barr, I cunj tnd iI and falledo find them. Because he was afraid of banks and

pt al. against, the county commissioner I He eaaA.40 my brothers. G. Sewell preferred to hide away his shecklesIn .

Myers, turning two large barges, arrived of Dade county, and the amount of and raled him to finds firm which the bottom of a trunk_a white man .

-:- in port yesterday morning from I unjustrit'cism it has evoked I feelIt i mad tim" and get som/or him. After i
named Turner living In the extreme
Jacksonville. The outfit In owned by my duty to give the public the facts loaf( correspondent they were I The List of Warrants Payable to Km : -
1 western part of the city now has nothing -
Aid Bum Antung-The Latest Reports .| the R. G. Ross Contracting Co. and from a county commissioner's stands found 'id we supplied is county with i Shews That the County Has raid .
the charred remain of
left but
points them i a4 l tLtO a suit 75 ants for pants
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From figbtloQ In Far East-i i was brought here for the purpose of s I
I I have been serving as a commissioner :| and 7a dens for "JumptL" Any dealer $4, UO In greebacks. Almost Twice as.Much as DeClaims
I I I building the training wall for the ( .
Russians Are Retiring With Sker- new since 1901 and I knew that It I I kaow* fiat Yera-!" cost $850 a Last night about :30 o'clock Tur

[ship channel to be dredged across the has always been the poll p and practice I,, dozen, !lillft-that wheniold at $?00 a ner's. bouse a small one-story affair to Have Collected In Flits -

Dish fighting-Conflict *as discovered to be on Ire and owingto and He Gets Large Amounts from
i Norris Cut to the sea. cent possible. When In need of them'u the smal quantities used

to Yahi Estuary Which Is Now In supplies of any kind we have always j| by Dad cranty con T Its. Its distance from fire protection it.
The work has been under contemplation Other Sources.
purchased from the most coivenlent I) with all the consumed. ,
: In 1901 was appolted commissioner contents was
the Hands of Japanese.St. for some and several
time dates '
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points prices being as cheap as they' and th< flgt goods pfd -to, the county ,1 According I to Turners statement he
have been set for the beginning of the could be obtained elsewhere. I after 117 atet*> 4F3e* suit of
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had left his house for a abort time to ,
same but each time something prevented True me never advertised for' bids clothesTf*! to be
I ? visit a neighbor. He left a small herogene It has been said that John Frokock:
[" the boats from arriving and the every time a bale of bay or any ether worn bJi; < ho 1I'U
Petersburg May, 2.-At %:30 noeoafirma'Uon I stall I supplies were needed for the '\ to be'htux. -p k| lamp burning on a table In the the present sheriff of Dad county y" r.
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has been received of the work being commenced: At last bow- : convict farm. Our superintendent was of'U'.e : ," 'room In which was his trunk metalsI made the remark just prior to his election R ,:r

reported capture of Russian ever they are here and within a few -' of af- .
twenty-eight authorized from ff'j the savings years. Shortly II
to purchase tho nearest for couts to the offlce h* aow'I sat vhe t"

quick Bring guns or the wound days the laying of rock on the wall merchant it being understood that kind toir.: ,* his departure the house was dlscov- I would be stalsfled with tatni,t UJr.tr'

tag of Generals Sassutich and Kaub- mill be commenced and rushed through I' the price was not tq exceed those at'' county ) I o." fire and by the time that he got I '
tallninskl or the burning of ?Rt ( blare and It I." he could make an the 1'
Antnng. to comp> Uon.I other places and no more than were to the /liar ie room was a wasF .
Th statement that the Russians have charged! to Individuals. vlct surji, a: + hole to get the trunk oat and I wanted In four years. u.

fallen back as far a* Feng Wang I The Bon Accord left Jacksonville I Had we have advertised for bids for 1 since I |av.. Cu forced to stand by and see his \ tie Is a candidate again, and Ja. i

Cheng la declared untrue. Thursday night with the two barges the bale of hay the advertisement And survey tip In smoke. posed by three other good and e also

The advance ha retired and willeoatiaue {Iia tow and arrived off the Lay entrance would probably have'cost 15.09 to begin arm of ins after the ashes hatfuraer --ertUereen either of same [ '

before the advance of1'theenemy |She was assisted! in tbe tow by the tug with and atthe; end of'lUitj days made rt ; 4u{ in the debrief Inclined to hake the shorn e

according to the program but I| Three Friends which did not enter! the price of the hay *ould have been .i Now, 1aLumr f et >.tb< remain. of the t tarter reading the figures below Y'

wll? keep In toueh with- the enemy and port i on account of her draft but returned 1 i Jan the erme soil the county would s Irer idf found his money tag what large sum of money haf

Irmlshe of more or lees serious I at oVe to Jack onvffl.."The 'II. have h 'ea fo er to Ufe extent of the for 'eeta-IJI bills, nothing but gone Into Mr. Frofeoek'a 'poek ts. A

o i* expected' as General Ku- barges are especially built for, jetty advertisement: Tber: &aad 1I'ortbl.The. re-, There ha been considerable', # /L [- t:.

4 rokl advance :I.and wrecking! purposes. Tier are 33: Should one of the |county convicts aetft 1 ,_ Lat)eed liP aad pot tw lately >hoot the iinaliflcattoas of hi '

At'army-. headquarters here. there isnot feet beam by SO I.. atse '' r't "I"' ''.: .

the sUghtcn evident that the ''C'apableJ..l nrrsft ., 'haeery "oreootltrm= : ybfriaaw-a: ='=- ':': ..... ...U"ItW .. ,, I

't'R daas bare..: ;JlIIdTtIII rev ;=: fowerfal" littletug. '' drop store w< "ent a.*v.rtsing: 11.. try } "' 'OS* > \' I I' a' f> Wi h '' ,,e u j ,ia uat-ul.te gen- -" .
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SAPAXESlTsECCIUS FIRM HOLD, C7 feet )In l I.. j-th 11 f. pi I.ari a "' 'r.' :" o itxy cJi' eri ,
of f .' rT ,, i .t< to-hls
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Central huh 1 th< Irrx t'roiuh ti-, lill* t ." KJ t Oi'i, have tt-CU I' : r '1'i ,- 1 I" I t I iorr.ut' snK. aMa --' .i ::1. t' !I. ':"j act u.t t.
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that after the Japanese 'Inv rtl'.eme.t.an f ', 1". ra .11..1, ,,' ..eit', .' "aVD-1' .n' t-- or : .i, dur- .
resulted In the occupation of the Rus- bride'1:: a't."u.. P one of themwas :: the ( \;p' n: o' On :::1.1. "
th ,.' ? 'I, ( ,i a' .I I i':,* :"" i l1'ri 1"; 'fl'I 1 t ":
,, the piling : a.'d nj.uiium i j i i -on
Russians the title against
atan lines at ChlenUeneheng, the dice i l ba .. t
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!.. 1" ,, ,'I t"" :: ws'th \; i. a tlrN ar nlh'r men
fell back in mnfuk'on. The Japanese forrnuR the r a 11 '- i 1 1tie pour "I""r
( '., >, - ;,q I "t'-'t'" I. flu I onll have don t
secured a firm bold I ap-riv' r tine and *vral of Uiem that our cour.In .U' < fr .t'n> t i' ; a's414'; 01'hI' ,
have now : LiFE I
t: nEO IHS: : "' J.I:1 t'.a- :'al! 17.' .... bare T
but that MI' i :
bump 1I..s
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the }laD urlan side of Tale river knocked donn The damaxo:: however.Is was rut only the j > s J > a .rt'i-nNsion of J125"
n. financial o' tle ; 'i. ':r' I. 'r' n' Jing ir> t
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struck e t d! rhi ,, Luinmus 4
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light One of tbe barges .t was in rj r Ft t !1."'' aFri I m:"crt Yo'i :K :Man
NEW BATTLESHIP ASHORE. the schooner Veteran and slightly damaged ('{)unt The buls for ail 1 I.im r <',.-\ r" i\o slwsn' d-lh!; ered the dy- k.l 1 1 I'.i,-' ,f at UhensMbern \.1 1 il t"1 i t>'<- ra-.rod:: .. for four year, ,-

Bt Petersburg May :S.-Tha new i her rail. for the co-mt>. whether fru.u u n..- 10'' used by the counts at Pnlfonl n'! 'iliiK I in "'"ins trt, .. orie sn far aiI4 .

ble-h baa just recently and th h"aroi| or other l"'rlOD' were of them $1'" '. thus < 6-o n ;r.i to !1"-1)> up *M>tty ruminate .
Russian battleship Orel. Captain M I)ers was here her of free < harm" Costing Ga., they J fr't; Lu **. awell | il
toJac'ksouvHle ol by-the partywho and 1.1:; ,"it,: in aliton! to'other fees '1':.
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yesterday H !
been completed ran aground I carried the bou..t.oat'ag.bemdla in later.case apiin leaving: them only f > on a IlF.91deal !! krr,"'MiOIIIK mu or thl".la'j l j .
at Neva. DiSculty: la anticipated arnvlng there Tuesdayof made the |'urcbai-e before. it was or stout :5 per cent Flint hlt.r! at mnl-ilcl ; at hit, home ten ivrtk a mile for each mile traveledotng

I be was engagedby audited and paid and scrutinized to Since t'-c Injunction bMr, rinrre .. ..; and romlniln1e ;,
in floating her. mart wk. when i. f .'t fn.l' 't'-. '. !If. Ii'' a
-- o i Captain ROBS to bring the tow ee that only I the ,..gular-tuark..t rr'cesat h&I.'n! hu\'lns dtnam'tr from -:>'.> t,,"'.. !.1 i :t.o'r.r! .rssl-u: e lintaxKici \\ uia.inf thai ll-.iffcl,IVI for the ,.

FORCEDTO RETIRE. I I barged the other -orapan ;'as I lij i//; fK_">ii |irr 't. ditinty Mr Knvtn-K was jitid by the
for I.jr&1' a< i
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no reason
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Tien Tsln. May ?.-T"o hundred ( Continued on fifth page.) I have lived In this county since tnw' potii'ln and t<5 <.i freight:: addition i iI loiinty the um of |;0.9\1: ; up to 1

Russians have entrenched themselves tS 3. and as well as I remember Mr. al. maKli tie vj.e artiile, cwt the I \ 'rll 1Th.1I U an averave of aboutI.VMW

011 tile Llao river three miles from GONE SOUTH :r.eo. Walnbarl.. the present chairman tsxayerH $S nil more titan nhen it BAY SIDE PROPERTY ]! -4-T n" -t'i for the whole time- .i

Sing Tang. A Russian detachment 1* HAVE of our l> erd. has ben servingthe inn houeht:: from I.iimmu &: Seuell. three sears and throe monllm out of

patrolling the railroad line*. The fall countall this ime. I know that \V w ill explain hy l.iimnmi tSv'Well the. county funds to .ray nothing of 4

of Kalian Cheng is stragetirally important for the fiat three years since I havehave Inxfcme agents: for namite I I the coma .i>llecte) by him In all the :y s

and the holding of Antung, been here Lainhart a Potter were When the nick farm was first larlPd.In Ivil ..L.+...i and from other WMIIT.S,

to Wljn across tl e Tale dealers. In the countyso Morse Sells His Hjndsoire': which If they should equal the other ,,
lysrly opposite Mr. flakier and Party Make Trip on the only lumber 181*?, Mr Cray w'a' -iit for the Mr. f. S. j
river, la Impossible and has caused that when tbe county needed lumber Aetna Djnamlf" ri. and J R hum I m enoiiKh to make other men want .

the Russians to burn and abandon the Martinique 'III for a bridge it was obliged to buy from mus and Johr S..'eli w.re his hondH- (Home Place I: the Job and l enough to make. him forgetto

town of Feng Wang Cheng to which his firm or send to Jacksonville or men. He sold the county at the price II i ctsnil hy hiM statement that four

they had fallen back thirty miles to :Georgia: and pay very much more. prescribed Li the tmipan> $1G.19n I: 5etTH wouM: .be entwinh* It Is too good

'the for hwbst.Astnng What should have been done In such < r 1..) puan.ta. Durlr.i the year : a thing to Rive up voluntarily.

at this point controls the an4 For Mat Is Ltllaowr-. :raw? What would those who are opposing lt 98 Mr Gray not to drinking andcame Mr. and Mrs. Andre' lrto Rklmcrsof !i' The figures mhuh hare liern compile -
evident that [But Hhfft been I' revelation and wilt show
It Is had they
Peking road. II have done and { are a
famous ,, ; us now up short in hi* sirounu* BOJ Winter Home
York oil
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the fighting has been confined to the Armed With Suw ors kstrgmeBts They In Mr. lalnhart's place! Would they Liimmu tVwell bad to pay up theshortage ,I where Mime of the moneys handled by
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Talu estuary which Is now In the baTe squandered the county's money ; and took tbe agency; to try on This Bautlfdl Sne.Mr ,, the coui.ty left Here Yesterday. number happenedto i I niu>nce in figuring: tbeaniixitm j
hands of the Japanese. because one of their a 'd make the money bark and from For ionv
lumber business Any for which warrants have been J JI 1
I be In the then on w e MOld the county dynamite

OX SOUTHERN CRUSE i I I,i saDe man will answer no. The pres- at the low" Ji-t price possible, $16:9 for and :Mrs. Andre Erwin Rlrkmers. I ixxiixl to Mr 'rohOl'ke print below '
'' have always bought .. itemized statement of the number at j
commlmioners > pounc 4.I..r. cent dynamiteThi
Armed with sounding rods, surveyor's of New York City, have purchased ofFT.d'k.
of
Senators
Moody and Several most convenient point. and total amounts same i iI
JPverttary :!lumber lit the moa three tears before I became a his beautiful bay warrants
Instruments and other Implements S. Morse
Ud RepreeeataU.Start Today. j and they have never bought It cheaper ce-nmisHioner.. We continual I by months
I of a prospecting nature Mr. H. M. Flagr. county front tract of land situated just south Amounting to i i.t
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Lainhart A Potter. of the d,' !tetley {'Mil Warrants
than from to sell tb;' county all rar
!I.> president of the Florida East Coast for the of Brlrkell's Point . .$ 257.f. i
"Washington. May Secretary We baTe bougtit supplies needed at the ir..... rribe. l f.r'... of thh.nd..m..t February-Four. .
Hale. I Railway: J. R. Parrott. first vlce-presl- This I I" considered by all one . tilt..;
'Moody, accompanied' by Senator third vice-presi convict farm from R. E. McDonald up to the' time I was ai 11;>>'it'il co-n- and most valuable tracts March Three. . .

Bacon. Penmen and Rf'pretlPllt.Un.BeD1I'ar. dent; J. E. Ingraham Co., at Fulford. at the same price that m.snioner, and afterward until the front April-Four. . . . 34a.a0 1
superintendent has a water
Daliell and .Miner, left I dent; R. T. Goff, general could have been bought: In Miami of the in I i.ct'on in this vicinity. It fal-'y . . .. .. 414..:::
temporary
and they glinting rims back 4 Washington oa the Dolphla today for ; W. J. Krome of the, civil same engineer road arrived I and thus saved the freight or hauling In 1892, only we delivered the goon of !"> feet and The place is covered with I July-Seven. . . . .. 775.37

waters. They I ether officials that money was the avenue. .. .. m.Ms..ptemb.rThree.
a cruise' la Southern yesterday and last charges: to Fulford. so at the rock-pit On :account? of thecounty cocoanut palm grove and August-Four. ?

go first to Go&atanamo. thence to Pensacola la the city Martinique saved to the county and taxpayers.Dr. building w> much ro k roadd a beautiful tropical tree, It .. .... .. 337.23
returning night embarked on the steamer S. A. Belcher many other choice I 434.85
and to New Orleans F. C. Alcher and Mr. ring the ir: of 1 1902! and 1903 weh the water's etn doter-Four.
and sailed south. of selling: any slope gradually. to ... ... .. 135.0
her In about. tea days. whatever of the nature of are not accused d to use a great H-al l of d l I' namite. there is a splendid high; clean November-Three
Nothing the county and they were In where Four. ... .. 371.24
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sold the cuttrom.
goods think
be learned today, but aT d I we affording flue dockage facilities. -
could
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RECEIVER. the trip houses which frontage
IN BANDS OF I[ of Importance DOa, Interested In any tl e time of my appointment acounty obtained riparian 1902
Parker of I! It Is evident that something to suppose The purchasers! 72t.vatJanuaryThree.
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Brunswick. May {.Judge '' East Coast and the loweread ,did sell,, and la It reasonable et.mmiMloner. up to the granting of the rights about which there baa been . . .
the
the Superior Court has appointed of the C I'I' of to the peninsula Is about to de- that they could have been traD"rtIo1I'.ltkb IDdu..tI ', U-nporary Injunction between fifteena some litigation! but an amicable adjust- 371.a.MarchThree.. :

IX On. of this city, receiver ''I become a party, to any d twenty thousand pounds of dyna- with all parties con

Birmingham and.Brunswick. Ry under \flop. and Mr. Parrott earn was not la'' tbe Interest of. the 'nr te. When the county bean to use men was made April-Three. .. . .... 341.7

the petition filed by the Kntckerker Mr. Flagler morning by special train people of the county whom they were Urge amounts of dynamite from theB cerned. Mrs Rlckmers expect to May-Three. . . . 1ST.%
of New Tork. down In the who know them are Mr. and . . 1m.ISI
"" Trust Co. went rbr4 the Martin- I representing. All tad Fund we made a deal to furnish winter home next season and June-Four. . .
They at once of the fact that they are men lot whereby build a Four. '. . . 111.111AugustFour.
PANAMA CANAL MONET. line and sailed at 11 o'clock. The aware Integrity and would under U county a 10,000 pound they have certainly secured the choicest I July- 413.11
Dar tomorrow. (tor honesty and S > saved the county tSOOO which be found la the whole
New York. May i-J. P. Morgan ire expected to retard ctrnmataDeommlt a wrong. to save property to -Three. .. . 3M.1
no ores that we tried always September
Departmentat ,.11 this
received from the State own part In these country for purpose. . . 411..
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warrant for 1000. THE COTTON MARKET. Now as for my appointeda !'U e county every dollar that we could They are also owners of tbe OUr October-Five. :
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Washington I was
York. May t-Cotton easy. May Ideals. IB MOO before ft source. the city which Is NovembereU.Oe
the first Installment New ofholding | im any property north of
enr'tIJourllt ."
00. representing 1332. or DecemberFever1i7
due the Republic of I'40. June 1332. July 1JS4. August commissioner O'Neal. | This Injunction was brought about perhaps the second beat property on
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of the Ictober 113<<. Novem- j that position Mr. -- eighth"pe.ce.-
caulpaymwt 110. [Continued on
the September elrhth-pa.n.-
with i U.ue4'oiI the bay.
connection
Panama In berDecember 1121. January 1124. !who was U charge of the convict cnrnp. ( ,

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STATE tFnCE1a.veMoew : R. Lutnmus J. E. VHE Ul\1V1RSAL AMPLE BAllOT fOR THE PRIMARY for First District ...

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.:=:J lcr-Aloiiw o( BUI- H.L:C.. I c:::."rd. I Brown W. d. Leiser C. D. EXI1SITION. For Member County Executive Committee -

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M mMciMinM iaatm. Merritt Z. T. aad N. Partial List of the Candidates -
By-ington E. T. | G. E. KNIGHT. "
_.i.uMr of A UItbrr-s. E. :lit Ljut finis Faitata& Record nil ; E. CRAWFORD..
Mm-na-j c lIr. Member County
/ aa-01 TW G*IrUMtrr>rrrour.l umptnillrr..root, :|Tr rovBiral.anunr., '''I1&I.r, B. M. Mleyen. t'... H. Ficycbplia; ., S-lctJ. to be Voted For in This C. O. CODRINGTON. for mittee for Third District

AlUrar) Ucaerai ..d CviiiiBMoDrr of Ajtrv Budge. H. C. Morse Fred S. W. A. HOCKER.. JR.
Br FREDERIC J. t. DtrtI Gounty at the Primary BRYAN. GEO. W. POTTER. '1
/.e.:: sKirrr JOHN >>
d F.d..1t-1'IIe tw.roor +rerotarn I Broader G. D. Moore T. V. I .r .:....... weNe1.; : i, [ W. I. METCALF. .1
u( Ma... Allurnry-Oeatral.. Trr ..ur.r tu.. Fair J. D. CLOCGH.
ac_IaIo.I..ru""c! : ...........1<... Burdine J. M. McDonald W. H. Tee wialuup ..aI:'". .. n.ud"." Election.For For Member County Executive Com-
0 -.I..I..T.... uuvtrBor, I JOHN A- HENDERSON.W. .
Backus. F. W. O. A.
| McKlnnon.
... I great for the orld's Irl"1!* I I Fourth District
-1I1&rJ'' oIM. T.* irrr, Albirocy 4 ebera.Y..a..WUer.a 1 ork. mlttee for
A..I..... ..... ..earls Blackman E. V. Nelson Edwin I I, E. ANDERSON.J. .
.>-..at fcfcllc I........-...... single anllrtit Bteoce. uttrrvj 'bi< R. H. ROSSEAU.
aa.re0 .... .......Tlw i..>.rriM>r.urntl .werotar) Challle. W. H. Peck R. J. fankHls aildrenat Buffalo In sew/- 1 1la W. ADAMS. Com-
.. _.. ........'..... ju l t......... ,..' | Cohen. I. Prout. W. W.Cheatham I' M. : 'L I'nMent UcKlnk-.- 'i GUY L METCALK. For Member County Execulire 'j
It I .
A.r! elt.u- of the Demo- mittee for Fifth District
AWCiKBWt-a. E. 110_. 1 J. H. Patterson S. L. ..'1..1. tbe obit and the rent, urI the Information 4. N. WHITNER.

"rrK&II1: Cut'kT H'I..I! Conrad J. AFanialt. Allan R. I Czpudtions.A'nsud.rn. I'rape voter of the county a sample I JOHN Q. SMITH.G. J. 8. SUNDAY. |

Cropland. J. O. Rhodes, E. W. j .orernnl exrHMltknl s !' liot: Is printed below, containing a P. HEALY.A. T. J. HAYGOOD. j

*J&, ft.P.lane Tsl.e., CWrf._Jwairc: J..Ure.. i,I Clark P. C. Ross e. J collection of thwlMlom. and aofTement ''I' uartlal list of the candidates to be vex- I C. BLOUNT. JR. For Member County Executive Coat'i..|

M H. :Mabrjr, A..........Js.tk'a. of the wld.! fur Urn iDxpdlon I|led for the coming primary. mttue for Sixth District h
Drab Gaston Relll ] B. at McCREARY.IL .
H. H.
4,aalaaow.uou.IA anf"l the rate ........ I of the world f the
of It experts
toy tj
.r'tiry.rrar e..II1dj&noo..W ti.ddre.P Douglas E. B. Ruth. Dr. W. B. There will be other names to add aa I W. LONG. W. W. SNELL. -
'. TaJ.h..ee. .. I by wbk-kbey may makeoutpariaous -
Dora. J. K. Rumph. Edw.RnnlenuB.: I i jibe time does not expire until April L L HARDY. 5
and rdurtiun and d.rk>
P
t'. ... SENATORS.a. I I| qualify For Member County Executive Committee -
Erwin W. W. C H. plans for cute Improvements old bt In which candidates may For Member National Committee j

.Jtan r. TallUlem.Jar.waTllk. j i Enloe. Dr. G.Frisaell. Rnmph Ceo. J proereu. Hut-hi universal eipoiroo\ I, and have their names put on'the ballot. for Seventh District i
.. B. BROW NE
U. Mrpum L Maliuri. .Ir --*. I I J. .
\\I; O. C. gafford. L. B. bight wen Detailed an eocycio4ia i i The ballot when printed for use at E. T. KINO. -j

C.PlnCDutrft. H. Co\GkLM.U ItP Flana n. R. S. Sewtll. E. .g. I' of society. Itonstltnte a d..H.1 he lection will be more than twice aa C. GIBBONS JOHN MULLIKIN. >

(__<.* law Lad -1- I' Frederick J. S. tezelbr. J. Q.fiulraer. compact. I.nd.d I, long aa this one aa here are to be roles F. W POPE. For Member County Execmllve Com- 5
Bis. aobt w. UatiL ralaika.a arhrerements id ideas of
**B4 Uncrtci-Ha*. a. M.; "par'... rrans. J. B.O (;. ... aoctetjln '' between each name and blank line mlttee for Eighth District i iCEO.
...*. all pbaavs of i activity extending to For Judge of Circuit Court-Seventh 1
rlsck. A. P.Olrtnan. P.
Smith JullaiStooeman. the on which to write other names.Voters BULK
moat uatnl
well tenet
as as the
&A1LIWW W4MIe41u11Eas.: I Jam MUoirph F.Salier. B. reflned. It osrs Uluatratlons eo...- I can begin practicing on markIng I I CircuitMINOR For Member County Executive Com-

Jf .. Bfevse, Krt Wnt, CIW'..... C o. R. A. E.Shanahaa lug the full flelof/ social performaice. a cross mark (X) before the names S. JONES. mlttee for Ninth District ,<
.. ft. .... Unit ....ft'. Gantler, T. N. from the will I $
0. ... Marts J....... M. proiHlon of the shoes on of he candidates for which they W. A. FILER
K.C. Duo. 1I..s_ Irk !I Graham. S. 'Sewell. JohnGarthaide onr feet and be pavement brn nth i'i wish. to vote.j II For States Attorney-Seventh Omit For Member County Execmilve Com j

>J TftOkkMM B.*4aaan*..n .ad .Ikea .* Uw &o.r.I. C. H. Sermonr. R. H. them to a prentatkm of, Ue*. I I, CtCIL G. BUTT. mlttee for Tenth District, .

<<. J. C and Boat delate erratic, olW1* JOHN C. JONES.
BawUUn. J. P. i I I S. L. PATTERSON.
J
C. ..COII>>I *IOJi ElL Oallalt r. brains and hat of men In Vut are Ii
,
H. B.
Shaw For United States Senator- C D. LEFFLERFor
called the Enema of i j i
J.ba riTUlzatka.
aeUy. MiasU.
..c GaaU., R. B.
.
R. R.
"3 Taylor The rnlrerMExpoalUon In S. Louis I WILKINSON CALL. For State Sc-.cor-l3tll District Member County Executive Committee

tEJCAtOt Urn DISTBMCr OrtfflBK. A. IlL Tnraac. J. L In 1904 will, such a soda encyrlopedU I WILLIAM s. "JENNI GS. M. 2. SAW for Eleventh District, -1
eI.kacl.g anvud sae Dad W. H. .
Cou.a.aqPas. Tntnm BL B.
In U most compmenslre J. N. C. STOCKTON.. F. M. HUDSON 3. F. BT7RTESHAW. .-

1. E. K. DUaks, !;.]. .. J. H. Tatam. J. H. and aeenrate aoe. It win rlr.. to the i JAMES P. TALIAFERRO. W. 3. SHONE. I

7 Hill L E. world la ...
.1ae.Dd j
letalls
complete : s
U>g COOTT aU&U&XTAnya.f" For Member County Executive Committee j
Hunter J. O. Watson C. H. "a Urine ptrtnnof the artiste and Industrial For the Legislature .,
S fta.si W.DAD. It.lag. P.Uord ( I for Representative ta Congress--Second GRAHAM W. KING.BENJAMIN for Twelfth District
? I Hill William Whorton. P. H.Hetheriagto. derelokieot at wllca mankind -
baa Congressional DistrictJ. BUTTON. E. H. KIRKMAN. ;
COCSTT; OFF1CBB& ., Jo(. F.White B. L.Herter. arrlrc" and wll actuallyprorlde
: c.....,Jads*--Allee C. Heyter UUmLaMj A.' E. "a new starting Not from :I E. ALEXANDER. For Member County Executive Committee :
Alturwy T.KWMh-n Muuol. I Wall T. A. which an men m/ direct lane exertlona. J. M. BARRS. for Thirteenth District
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For Clerk of Circuit CourtE. -
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rk a< Unratt" "sad ftMMMc N Dies. Hall W. W. Whaler. H. T. "
-ft. C -..( !*..,.. It will pent for tie Inspection i I FRANK CLARK. C. DEARBORN.J. C. W. HILL. ;1
Hahn P. W. .
llr.rnt-Jar. l.la.b Worler. O. A. of apeclsllstaln an Unesof Indns-
CHARLES DOUGHERTY. For Member County Executive Committee 1
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CelleeearalTaan-.,... r.eon' Hughes. W. D. Wilson J. L trial and social sxlearor ant for the I S. FREDERICK. .:
W. P. WATSON. for Fourteenth District :
Will Z. T. MERRITT.R .
Horner J. W. public an of liMo but whkbtbe
'_"'Tuft-a. "..ltIt, 11I..1, Woodworth. J. P. nawwbf
'r -.c. H. Rwien.., III..... Jones 1C. B. Wilson R. S.Kolk world baa doe, and bus toshow In I M. SMITH. J. C HOLLY a

'.. -a.CM.17 t.Baperl.trede.t II""",,.Baeaa, Vlata.i ot rvbue. : lout.- I A. 3. ZteanlB. C. L. industry art and science, aid what I II I v.or .'ntUce of Supra &" Cojrt-311 G. W. SULLIVAN. ..... .

[Mere i .1 COOMT cos. mdu.erb-6e.. W la very bnaortant. It will off* tbeae. Years For Sheriff For Justice of the Peace. Second District .
Lanaart.CaatnBaa, Wed r.tm kcack P. C.aes.t. I A DANDY .ebleyemesb.1society i i I
,
Jss4Mr; B. E. MrPvwU. rikON i FOR BURNS.Dr. thesetrophlesof R. F. TAYLORFor JOHN FROHOCK.J. :;
.- Jo..welL ....1; .. A. lWirIIrC'' a_. cIvDUattee. ta a highly ederted. aceu&tely R. E. L. McFARLIN.
c. Desrrar., Clerk aa..'a.dnor .. j R ABRA IS.
= Berjln ElclB, 111. Writes: "1 ciasslled array. : ;.I JOHN R ONEAL. For Justice of the PMea-Talri Dttrtet.

r1,. 7 ciacrrr IACRT or SEVEXTH.CIRCUIT. JCDICIAy 1 hue used Ballard'i Snow Liniment; The have_t..eUbe had the experience 8t Loots Cxposltioa of Justices of Supreme Court (Vote J. M. WILLIAMS.For R. J. CHILUNGWORTH.
.111
'.,: always recommended It to my friend, previous great exposition wilch to 'I for three- For Justice of the Peace Ninth. DIstract '
by
'+w t. &,' ri L .Ia"!' ser D...sad ethe re.U.a) a* I "am confident there U BO bettor plan and effect Its R. s. COCKRELL. '
''V.lapt' '''''''YLar' t J.....-"ttle. high organhaUon. I County Treasurer ,
K fr..rwla. Atwr.ry-J.0.a ....,........ made. 'It U a dandy for barn*.' Tbo* The contlauene and repeated burden of ;I T. U. S CKLEYORD.I C H. RAULERSON. H. E. WOODALL. J

lint a! rxrt-K. C D.wrb.r.,-I._ who lire on farm opeelally liableto the message of experience handed I < J. B. WHITFIELD..
P'.al1'_d Chess c.."sevs.s o. Pits BEN H. DOSTER. For Justice of the Pence Teatt District j
f ,'..ntet r..eer tvaa, h llrr.ber.wr many accidental cats tons brnl M i down by all expositions baa bars more :I ,
'a Ie hr. .. rent M......' she Ywr4 perfect, more effective Jlasalflcation .
'tea .. which heal rapidly when Ballard'tSnow For Governor'-- I W. S. HILL.. J
Tu CollectorW.
and -
arrangement oreSblblta.
tuoE Unlment to applied. It shouldalways I N. B. BROWARD. For
w .cocrnr OO &T. The ciasslOcatlon of the Kt Louts E. NORTON. 3 C. GRAMLINO.For .
c.IlfkJ.fae-Aie. It _.llU.t be kept la the BOOM for eaa Espo.ItJODa C. M. BROWN. Justice of the Peace Thirteen
..-r J.T. IIaad I prepared epest R B. MeLENDON.W. "J
Alvnipy- > MmmLrinl
on. j of R. W. DAVIS.
F r_ e Weser .r.- M n4ajr !. J.- wtn.rtw emerpnq254!. fade $1.00 bottl. a arqneaUal lyaopata ofTetonanents th ,de- I 0. DEBERRY District. :
'-' '- ,. > TrrPlr. UuMayIsApril. r For sale by Red Cm Ph.rm ey.. that have 1 t,1"CI' .'. I D. H. MAYS. H. 3. BCRKHART.
Twn-Ptnl MoMif I. ; CHARLES PEACOCK.T. .
JaI" .
J 'dw pi mi ea*. On i Its ..._' I
TMW-fmt MoWiv !. Ortatwr.CHC1CH rtllaemMed 14 a. For Constable for Second District t!
N. GAUTIERFor
UlllonC&.G.&I"UnLLL the Blast hfthly ergfbposltlea of StateJ. -
Fcr Secretary I
!xtat' ,
j .
ALLEN HENDERSON.For .
'" "j" R. a.Ch.hr' lter1.er.Y. tbe w<.. ... .... I I E. BROOMS
,,' &. &.....B I.ter.x Butting the Walt TIte..at. E.u- OoaptLl"'i''" of Taxsa-?- Constable for Tnrd District

DIMCTO, 'i Place a itool Oft''the.ffie' la_ "Sts-l 1LCSU_ iii L E 0. B H. A. CARLISLE. ..p;
.
dl't'a :
"UEO' 1.. Kc d -- )
t ItA 4_
".. .....S CCIM u ap ... rn:vr.
w........r.bct at TAH are w4laJlr ID. 'Ir" faculties Industry and skill and tlwl I W. H. ELLIS. C P. METCALF.
W. ... TAxr Stoop down and seize the stool
lore >>li.Tucac.M | .
,.
| D.taraloa""" at his command la A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS. For Prosecuting AttorneyH. For Constable for Tenth District
UrI'ao.iryrarer: .... norm. IMrer A.. bv the top in both hands and place the I
I environment in which be ha. been V '
... r. G. L. CHANDLERL.
c. txk *arct rrar" s.etlugwrlsr.r' the of ATKINSON.
.. M .. _, in-hot III top your head against thi placed
'at7. m.: M. l
t it .......,. .. '_ I I For ComptrollerA. JAMES T. SANDERS.' )(. NICHOLSON
Pr at 11. : Epe.rh ': 'P vail your back almost horizont.1.No. At tbe bead of the Exposition classification ,
.. ..C... 'I'L'' I .
procIM.. at7M. wane. II C. CROOM. ROBT. R. TAYLOR. -
ra-. lift or try to lift it from the has been placed Edwation.through CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.

w. If. ("w"..... Cnrsrr Anise c..4 late.te.RPrrrhlau i ground without assistance. which man enters social life. -
+ 11 .'C'Inr' .. n .l\aadn Be it Second come Art. showing the condition For State Treasurer
"' .sod 'n....; Preaeaag at 7.el P ..." sure to try on a carpet I of bl. culture and development.Liberal | W. V. KNOTT. For County Judge Mrs, C. Peterson. CZS Lake St Topeka
y".u LMMPI. f:l5. .. Junior. Epwortb: floor M that your fall may not l I. AE.. HEYSERH.
\
low.a a, p. Prart _I.. \...._'.. painful or agreeable. sour 'ai.II Art. and Applied. fMences are B. r Kansas, says: "Of all the eoug*' ..
.vwta..I1A.rMrkt AU placed third to Indicate the result of SAUNDERS Jr. remedies Ballard'a Horehouad
= 8Tnp
L. .t'rt- : Pa.treTsu'TT h due to a curious effect of tht I For State Superintendent of Public Instruction
I bis edncathm and culture illustrate hip la my favorite; It baa done and will
CO.".. .. P. E. Aeess BPrmr ..IOCIIIIhie /ale displacement of your center of gras tante* and demonstrate bis inventive I -
_- .,. II .dock; Rall4. W. H. HOLLOWAT.W. For County Superintendent of Public do all that la claimed for It-to speed
arIs0 n.. Errs hg P.syl.lst. W.4_ ity. genius, n-tentlflc attniniueot and artistic .
Isretessg tHoly: E.ehartw..v..y ara' exprrmlon. Tbene three depart-j N. SHEATS. Instruction liT cure all coughs and colds-and It Mao
't..lsv ). Bth. rent awl third .
4awUr a' When Trouble Cam .
** R E. sweet and pleasant to the taste"
HALL
L8I. Blwr a.<1'
a at tre.at>:.. m. 3i FTLLU.. LaIot.Pa..sv1emiaa "Time ony trouble with yon him for Hut enjoyment of life. | For Commissioner of Agriculture JAMES C HARRIS.E. :=5c. 5Oc:. $1.00 bottle. Mid by Red

: 1..11'terr.t. .. sad A...._ A.P..Rsg..n .ipe.' freezing?" I The raw material departments Agriculture I a E. McLIN. B. KINO. roes Pharmacy.

aaaev.nn.Msye V aan.tsv.*..lasusI ai rnlnf..... allla'rlork. "Xo; they freeze all ri ht The ,| Horth-nltnre. Mining and .'ur I -

l>. -.W. ,..'. ra tar.O trot!hie rom'e* after they thaw out" entry, show bow man Ln.ervee the I For Railroad Con.mla.1e'cr-' Spurtan RV....

.t.n.. Sh-IIV g N TCTT, Mtv. al lira Cincinnati Times-Star. I force of mitnre to hU iwe*. The Iiepartment ifr.T supervisor of Keglstratlon
'.. ....... B. L lORfcAX. I Mr. :"ptrgeol11118 once traveling
f P..Cum a' a va a we. awl Hay -trmt :, of )llIn..rllctnl''tl11( show YI J. C Bl'BTESJIAW.M. ; .
.... .
at l.- nm KnniUT.ULAUI I
BOARD OP TRADE. I j A THOUGHTFUL, MAN. 1: what be has done with them; tile liepnrtsnent i, I. W. GOOD& t in a railuay eatria,:e. the only other

___. I of Machinery the tool he'I I' For Adjntant-GAerml occupant of wrh:: was a maiden

Pn.dd.rd. tmiUa V. Brawn. M. M. Austin I has sued Tbe Department of Transportation i "J. C. R. ER. For lady of tomcwhat severe aspect, andto
Pint Tlrv-Pnaldcitt, T. V. Moor of Winchester rnd will show bow be overcomes 1 ;IAS. County CommuHilODer Finn pare the time he entered i into

fccron Mr-Pmldwit. J. E. Luramia.BvervtaiT. Knew what to do In the boor of need 'I distances and swore* acres to all >, ALLEJ. DUtrlct com creation with her on various

E. V. BUckiuaa.T > Ills wife had such an Unusual CAM ol'I parts of the work The rpartment For StepiJiat-' F. C. AICHER. topic _Ui l"
.
: aur.r. B. B. Tatara of Electrk-lty will Indlrste the great ROe M. f;. JOH. .-3. the
Bard of Ooverson-. M. Brown.T [ stomach and liver trouble, physician I', force be has discovered and utilized toI I R train h.ippened to pail

V. II....*. J. E. Lumrnua. A- E. H r1. 'could act help her. He thought of j! conr""r power and Intelligence. And M j. 1 f j KeheiJou, ui Mvx: where gpurI -

_. R RvUiy P. W. He".. W. W. red tried Dr. Klof's New Lit PUtt | through for several departments to i 'or PresidVntlaTHectorsH. For County Com m(a.oln-Secvnd! I germ I I'rst raw the light, and the

.. Pves. John I.w.i.$1ANDt and she cot relief at once and waf'i AntbrwiioloKy which man studies'. B. BAILEY.T. Df fnrt- I I prmi-lu-r. who dearly loved a joke,

O COVMITTEE finally cured. OnlKe j I man; ante to Social Economy which GEO. W. LA1NHART. (joiLico:.: hulas ....- uuiUoir and remarked.
LAW -Aano. W. R ; Patterson, B. L; at all drat Illustrate; A. JENNINGS,
i will the development of the .
9..n4.rm, Jame '1'1;| -. K. H.; 1.:4..u J. B. C. KOONCE E. H. DIMICK. I
Warier O. A.ERII.JOFSBatley. '|,I j human rave bow It ha. overvonxi the A. B. NEWTON ".\ H'H :rent man was born there
nuWedproblems
& If.; aella.. P. jW j difficulties of civilization and -Mr. >,purenn.) the eminent

.: Haan. F. W.; a_. C J.; Pndartrk.I iI In which ox-My In Involved.Ijint F. B. STONEMAN. For County C.omml..lont'rThird preacher."

,:.. a. I U placed physical ctilturf. in Well let- The lady honked at him with a

HEALTH AND BANITART-jMkimi. wbh-b man. his Inlrilltrewe having ''or Delegates at Lerge.! National Convention R. E. MCDONALD.T. I .tony stare for ome time and then

i. :M. Jr.: Pnxit. W.Y..; Enlo. M1lr I" Pleaded Cullty.I reached tbe supreme paint I* able to ,
.
R. Klnf. H. :X.RITERB James treat blmarlf .. WINF1ELD.. replied :
pt : PlaMcaa. : R. Mack, the attorney, tells a an animal realizing
T. J.
APPLEYARD..
AND HARB fl$-Oar-.h.M.. I this reminiscence of his .law that IsIs intellectual and moral conmltullona > !, "if :>'1. Paul had been passing his

Ckaa. H.: Ru..."'" Edward' C: Talnm. lice in Ohio: prac- I require a Miami physical body W. J. HILLMAN. For County ('ommialonee-Fourth birthplace he would have said *Aerr ,\_

B B.; Bhaoahan M. to prompt them to the proper perfonu- CLAfDE L'ENGLE.A. grenlinner was born thf'"'.' X
"One Sam
AND PR EIGHTSEra4y j I Johnson a nep-o. was i'j"tJ Ict-
RAILROADS "
ante of theta function. I II P. JORD\ Mr.: Spurjreon.
Laltor. C. D. Lnmraua.E indicted in Cincinnati charged with:I' JOHN SEWELL.
E. Lt ;
| Education U the of JOHN S.
keynote the Universal
I I Ii I BEARD It was the fiit intimation whicl
!
; Erwtn. Wm. W.. McDonald. J. A. the theft of a ham. Johnson wt ALEE ALLEN.
Exposition of 1UOL Each de- T. E. the had that! he
BRYAN bad been
preacher
CHARITIES-BytAftan. E. T.: CkMtIMi i 1 stiff necked for the only witnesaagainst I
of the '
worlds
-
partiuent labor and de-
*. J. H.; Douclaa. ... B.; OautUr. T. W. J. BRYAN m-o;nized by bit traveling com
him of his
was a man o.uI Telopment will be represented at St.i i f
N : Xlmaam. C L. C. A. CARSON For County Commissioner Fifth panion.
.AGrICCLTCRE-Blaek.a4 E. V.: I color,and 'one nigger's word is at i Loola. classified and installed la such

1! 'Dother'. said Sam. 'He'd manner that all engaged Interested CLEON STEPHENS.. Dirtrtct
M caav P. a T T.taJ.. H.; OrtffJL' A. good a* .
M ; Dam. J. K. i I sway. I did, an' 111 swap I didn't. In such branch of activity may couiej: S. A. BELCHER. Still With U.

PTBUC BCTLDrXOB-Honwr. :J W.; .,: The case! came up for trial, and the' and see, examine, study and go away i i "ror Deletntes National Convention- E. O. TWEEDELL.For Hip Van \\ inke! looked about in

r a***. K. C.: Retry J. &; SrwcO.Jka indictment was read, 'The state of advised. Each of the separate sections Second Congressional District | a dazed manner:

: WhaVrr. H. T.MAXCPACTfREBrrtewlU. ', of the Exposition ...111.. aa einlvalentof D. L. GAfLDEW. "And are they all. all goner he
'' Ohio against Samuel Johnson defendant Members
Cl.. C Board of Public Instruction.
: _. rather.'will te la actuality acomprehensive D. N. BATCHELOR.T. faltered teurfully."No .
M.WHT* T. V.; Conrad J. A ; RhodM. R. ; etc. and moot effective oar First District; the vilUrerj
: replied .
w' ; Ktmr t. a '| "As he listened Johnson grew Jest leiMua In-tbe line of Industrial S. ANDERWN. W. L. WIDEMEYER :
(
"l'.tti is still her
roUCATIOXAL-BuTdln*. W. .M: nervous and at the demand for a and social aciilevement. and progrea.vrhIeb J. E. T. BOWDEN. ELI SIMS. rofingly.fjrewell giving

H.... W W.; Oantlar. Rcdmnnd B. I plea rose to his feet ignoring the its prexents. 1 For i perfornunce.
LaMO. A. L-; "selb i. O; fhnltk. 'or Members Board of Public Instruction : l hooting! with joy at the dicov.
Members
counsel
aligned" to him. at Large, State Committee I
lutt.c: Kolk. A J. 'Y ou.h hpnah' Mid Johnson Cod ., t.*;in. the WerWs. ".ir. -- Second District ;I err that one thing at least was on-
,MMIORATION-B k w a .. E. V. E. W. J.
Yeas.,.F. B. Tatnm. J. n.. Dorn. J. IC.I j Tie not Wn treated right nohow. From any point within ::STi runes. ofFt (Vote for Thirteen.) For MerrjVrs PARRISH. changed; by the Up. e vfears.. hehaMrned
I Ixxils a Board of Public Instruction In don his clothes.harper' .
H-rwrr..I.W. I t'ottpht dar wits only one nigger tteraoa may travel to the R. B. GARXETT. opera

ENTERTAIXiENT..RlMdm. R. W.; heah's de whole state WorkCs Fair this rear, view the wonders Third District ,, .tur. .
.gtinat me, an W. W. FARMER.
B.tdC. H. C.; OanhaM" C. H.; Rainy.I. ob Ohio. I TUZ not 'feared of dat of tbe Expoaltloa. for three. d.ys W. M. BURDIXE. t?
a: Bwn. John.ADVERTISING I and exp"eml the name money be would OEO L BAHL. Pictwial; ; Fa tw* C'.

m. -' '\*.... B. B.; BtoMMat. nip :?r wit seen me hook de ham par la any other year for train fare B. N. MATHES. Hand painted stockings are the

... B ; 1ITIDct_ E. '1'.; Blaekman but I'ze got no how now. lie alone ThM Is an absolute fact D. I*. FLETCHER. For County Member State Committev- latent lnonable Xo other
craze.
E V t Rxh.rta ton. >d. F. whole blame state. "gaint me's too The Weotera PasMencer Aswriatlanhas N. A. BUTCH.K I E. N. DIMICK.;

Tk Ml u.t of BMntarm, BmmMrlacIB much. Ye*"ir, I took de bam. I' agreed on a ten day excursion rate B. RAULERSON.W F. B. STONEMAN.For stocking are possible for evening
dress
and half tbe bent dressed
itsety nil Bit M follows: i iR. pleads guilty. But I'd like to know ::o miles or more from Rt. Louis f. r ,I women
M. MILTON JR.J. in London hare
t __ W. JackMm. J. U, what all de watchers was bidin: sae and _tlftla fare fur Ute roan I already laid it
Jr'j M. LAMAR Fish and Gam. a stock of both hand painted strx
trip. Warden.
I ihia j
pr.wt W. IlL Kolk. A. J. snttinly would.-I'hiladel
-- 'Ledger. f i H. L. DODD. E. GRAHAM.)(. I tags and ihnea.-London Onloo: r.






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I I'a eertlflcat of exemption fo- the two 'date for the office .( Clerk of the Circuit INSPECTORS APPOINTED. _

', court, subject to the.action ef the
I
Tr OFFICIAL l CALL G FOR PRIMARY ElECTIONRules years.PAYMENT Democratic party. Primary election May +
OF POLL TAXES. t.. Uul The meeting wu called to order by

Tfie professions | In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. S. FREDERICK.FOR Chairman Flier In the city ball :Miami. }

Primary election on May 10th or June FIa, at 2 p. m.. April 11, 19)4.
and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May
17 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 TAX COLLECTOR The following member were present

10th and June 7th 1904, in Dade County. must be paid, on or before 5 o'clock P. I hereby announce myself a candidate In person or by proxy: Meaiir Jooa. p

i I :M. Friday, April 29, 1004 (tea days before I for the once of tax collector of I I Jones. Potter, Lyman King Bull, ;

the first primary election! ). j I Dade County subject to the action of Filer, Burteahaw. and KIrkman

E.ttenon: der:. reerizi.tg. A meeting of the County Democratic law; and shall at once forward the the coming: Democratic primary Upon motion Mr. Bull wu elected

LAW. Executive Committee for Dade county ', return to the Chairman of the County dw T. N. QAUTIER. I acting secretary.The .
.
ATTORNEYS AT I Ii NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice .
Florida was held at Miami, Florida Executive Committee. I minute of the last meeting were

Will pnedcIe im an.,..rta. BUM sad Fed.rsl9y.Cfalrsetlttts.rereta on the 11th day of April A. D. 190-.1 i i The assessment to be paid by the Is hereby given that the Registration FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.I I read and approved.The .
.tntn.a.d pHfedtat I
Book of Dad County; for
pursuant to adjournment vario. candidate: shall be as follows: hereby respectfully announce my- call for primary vat amended

P..aBoic.. 'TttUa. MI.... _... I The following amended call for a Representative .. ..... ........ $15 00 I I the primary election to be held May 10. i self a* a candidate for the once of ai follows: ,

primary election was adopted to-wit: '. Senator ..... -...... .... ...... 15 00 I 19)4, will be opened in the several State's Attorney jot the Seventh Judicial See official call on third pace. ;

J P T. 8IAOOS. M. D, I Notice is hereby given that there Sheriff ........ .... ............ 35 00 elfctlon district of Dad county Florida i Circuit subject to the vote of A motion wa made by Mr. Klrkman

.. wttl+ Sad er-"' ''''.8r1. will be a Democratic Primary Eelee-I I I Clerk of the Circuit Court...... 30 00 on the 29th day of March. A. D. I the Democratic primary. to nominate>> county commissioners:

Office ae.idesee l.th etr' lion held In the several. election districts Tax Assessor .. ......... ..... .. 1000'I :',,1 If, and will be closed on the Kth dw | CECIL O. BUTT. and members of the school board by

prier Aft C of Dade county Florida on May I Tax Collector ........ .... ..... 25 00) I''. day of April. A. D. 1904. -'- districts. Same was defeated by a

MIAML FLORIDA. 10th. 1904 and If necessary on June County Treasurer .......... ... 20 001 Tho following person are hereby FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SCPERIMTENDEMT. rote of C to 1

.. 7th. 1XM. for the nomination of all County Judge ................. 15 001 appointed i-.jU i-o'Mtloa: flrvr* A communication: from a meeting of

i J)*. J. M. JACXSOH, lJL., Democratic candidates. State and county County Attorney .... ... ....... 10 00 Vr tl.e r.'e.1 f 'rMvt district, lo- for I hereby Superintendent announce of myself Public a Inatrwctloa eanotdata candidate held in Miami May 19 W4

omc: to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction wit: it Dade County subject to the will of wa read and discussed by various candidates

B1.octtAVE.D. elector at the General Election to be ...... ........... 100 Number One Stuart-W. Q. Parks the voters a* maybe aipraaasd at theapproaching before the committee. Finally

HOTIBICAY held November 8th 1904. and to be appointed County Commissioner .... ..... 1\ 001 I Number Two, Jupiter-R. E. L Me- Dataoontle primary......... the following Inspectors clerks, and

FLORIDA. by the Democratic Governor Farland. ItS 1ULL polling place were decided ape for
MIAMI. Supervisor of RecUtratlon..... 100 dw Fla.
of the State between the date of holding Number Three West Palm Beach- Miami.. 'the following precincts.No. .
Members of County School B'rd. 1 00
W. B. RUSH, such primary election and the holding I Inspectors.. Geo. McPherson
QR- Justices of the Peace.......... 00Constable E. H. Dimlck. FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
of the primary election A. D. 1906. Ernest Stypmaa. J. M. finals dent.
BS-lftb rtrert 'Phone U. ..................... 100 Number Four Hypolaxo (Boynton) I I hereby announce myself a* a ;
Office1 and of a Democratic candidate for H. W. Hewer; polling place, store efMis
Residence, IWh .Street and Avenue County Fish and Game Warden 1 00 Cnllen Pence. CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of !I
State Senator to be voted for i I Walter
Kltchlng.
United '
E."Fbo..7 -R. FLA. AU candidate are required to file a Number Five Delray-H. J. Sterling. Dad County, subject to the action of'
MIAMI. by the Democratic members of the Leclalatnre No. Inspectors.. E. Edward. J. &
written application to have his name Number Six Pompano Cavender. the Democratic primary.d 1
of the State o (fFlorida at its I Islar. Henry Brooker; clerk 11. C. ItU- :
BAG appear upon the official ballot oa Number Seven Fort Landerdale-W.M. C. L XIMANIE3.
7. W. session In A. D. 1906. ler; polling Place, school boose.
.A_.. Cr.Fla. I blank furnished by the Committee I I'srshalL
The following officers are to be nominated No. I-Inspector*. H. L HlUler.W. L'
and accompanied with the fee above set I Number tight OJus-J. W. Ivea.
.. .', SpeclfleaUon.' ( DetaijVMade at said primary election to-wlt: I FOR STATE SENATOR. Burkhardt. N. H. BUtch; clerk J
for Balldl.,. of All [Iad., forth, with S. L Patterson, Secretaryof Number Nine Lemon City-Warren J1f
I hereby announce myself a* a candidate
a Special 1 United States Senator. W. Comstock; polling place. dahOttM.
Residence the County Democratic Executive Mitchell .
D. 1 Representative la Congress Second for State Senator from the Thirteenth I .
( ,- OITICK 1315. AYESUE Committee, on or before the list day Number Ten. Miami C. D. Leffler.
Senatorial District of .
I Congressional District. Florida So. Inspectors.. W. H. Cox C. A.

err I 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the of This April.April A. D.llth.1904. Number Eleven CocoanUt Grove subject to the win of the Democratic I. M411. Jew Daughtry; clerk CoBw .\:.

L Eo CU&TU, full term of sis ,..n.S 1904.W. A. T. Carter. party to be expressed ai the primary I ence; polling place, school boos
A.
Justice of the Supreme Court Attest Chairman.George Filer Number Twelve Cutler-D.GBrowa. election. May 10. 1904.F. r No. Inspectors. Jlt.. Chambers.

DENTIST. 1 Corernor. : Number Thirteen. Silver Palm C M HUDSON.TTbtala. L B. Taylor T. M. IfeRae; clerk. H.
i P. Bull.Secretary
.... M .
Rabe Ia w"altiJOa.0.......11.... t.-.I15sr 1 Secretary of State pro tem. W. H11L : / i P. Hodce; pollinc plan! school .....

MIAMI. FLOIBDA. 1 AttorneyGeneral.I QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. Number Fourteen DeaSvld0. W. :I No. -Inspector*. Z. Lavender Jna.

Comptroller. First PrlIIW7-1'1Ieeday. May 10, Sullivan. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. Cmatead. R. F. Saxon; clerk W. &
This March 12. 'I I Camels; polling Place. Hardee's store.I .
1 Treasurer. 1904. 1904.A. hereby announce myself as veaadl-

Home Seekers 1 Superintendent of Public Instruc Secord Prlmarr-1'1Iea4ay. Jun T, T. CARTER. date for the offlca of Prosecuting Attorney i I No. 7.-Inspector*.. R. A. Bryan W.

-ention. tion. 1904. guperrfaior Registration. Dad Co. Fla. for Dad county, nbJ4! t to the 1 L. BrackwelL D. O'Neal; clerk Frank

interest 1 Commissioner of Agricultnr approaching Demoeratie primary election Stranahaa; polling place Stranahaa's I
,Yon will find it to your General Election-Tuesday November i .
:. to call cm me before inventing- 1 Railroad Commissioner. H. F. ATKINSON. f new halL
Furnished houses and room to 1 Adjutant-General. S. 1904. I CANDIDATES FOR O FICE.I Miami Fla. i No. Inspectors.. H. Padgett. J. P.

rent Real bargains in real eUte The registration books for the primary Newlan. J. W. Ive: clerk R. Cothroa;
.
1 State Chemist o tssk asi
and country. Insurance toxe election will be opened la each | polling place, school hou* .
.city attented to. I 1 Judge of the Circuit Court. Seventh ABaouBcwnMt win be Inserted m the FOR JUSTICE OF TftE PEACE.I i
collections, etc.. election district In this county on .. I No. Inspectors.. J. S)Pwdo. A.w.
and for tea
authorizing Judicial Circuit Dally weekly Metropolis -
have a special license March 29 1904. and will be kept : Cromartie. J. S. Peters. evert .' ',.
open tV:
re.all kind legal transfers 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial Ian, er to either edlttoa for an 4oU&n.Candidate hereby announce/myself a* a can \ ...f ,
me to of pre real& estate Low fee. milt every day, Sundays exoepted." nut th.ZGth for County Cttmmisstoaers didate for Justice /the Peace la Di>- 1 Pendleton; pol1l11 place, chart(.*...*\ ..

Prompt ttention. 1 Prosecuting Attorney. day of April. 1904. at which Urnsthey I and members ene-hstt ec the IhMe school amounts board will becharsvd strict Na 10. aid.respecU'ully ask the No, Ifr-Inspector. L A. OsbC-a. ::, _

C. C. CARROLL. 1 State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial wul be closed. I, No smio oemenl t.-.4 until paW support of the infers la said district, M. BurdlD@ Frank Jandon clerk it* :+_ r ':'i
e
rotary Public. The registration books win not be lor. d. / William 8. BUL ICellum; polling place city halt S.. v> ] t '. '

M AVK. J). IDa lECXiBTD ;f.R811ab1. District reopened for the second primary election. I -= j No. Inspectors.. Jackson ..PeaT* r,
COCNT!TREw1VRER >
-- 1 ember of the House of RepreaentatlTe -'Ott .
J. .. j I hereby announce myself a candidate ,. cock. John McKlnsle. J. W. Caflowitr; .

: All persons may register who are T* the Democratic Voters o<( Dude Cowtty. for re-e/ectioo as Justice of the clerk. Fletcher Albury; polling pl ee,/" ... S-
... 1 County Judge. Old I
Hardee boos .
r' Oradaato O* tel citizens whether they have paid their Florida Pear in Ulls the 10th district As I lkf.

If W.CMAYNARD.lusts 1 Sheriff. poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote hereby) aacoune ssrwlf a candidate am pow /* ruing la this capacity I No. Inspectors.. W. A. Coo!eGea <,... 'm. Ae.
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court1 the office of Treasurer '
for ro-clectlaa to Etlnehoaser. W. J. i+ .
A_Do Jest Ie.0..... unless their poll taxes which may be the': would appreciate aa endorsement In Dougherty; .
of of Dad County, Florida subject a
; County Assessor Taxes clerk, Geo. W. UooiUe N It
SfafOSit
( Innlelj Fitted: 1 Tax Collector. :legally due are paid M provided b.. ,,1U oi<< a majority of the DasBocraUe : accordance with the Democratic principles Brown A Hoodie's, ; poiUfij :e e's" '
.
I"IIbllo raw., .. sill be arpriaaM t* the Daeaciatic I y4>f returning !)f' a second term warehouse. '
Yitcta, QoculfI'elUJ,1cr' 1 County Superintendent of In-.! law.POLL I Na 13
t OR CAPITATION TAX. prtm..rJ' May M 1M4. an lactimbmt who ha satisfactorily ,' -Inspector*. Henry Gasman
sfrncUon. C. H- RACTXRflON Ernest Mall, Will Anderson; 'clerk; 'if :
filled the office.
Payment of poll 'taxes for 1902 and .
i dw Miami Fla. -',
1 Surveyor. ". Hill
)1cD9XALD : polling place, school houses .
i d / John C. Grarallng. 1
GEO' L. : 1903 Is a prerequisite to Toting at all
.
1 County Treasurer. elections 1 No. Inspectors.. J. W. Saxon. W.

r; UT] Eislnetruvrrim 5 County Commissioners. this year. A. K. HKT1HLR. FOR STATE SENATE. E. Blanton. W. H. Sistnink:: clerk. J. t

*sad .Mikl4'.. !*... a as*""* 1 Members of the County Board of EXEMPTIONS Caatndate: for I ter-by announce my canddacy for C. Holly: polling! place, school: hou_
The following conditions dw County Judge. w
exempt i
: COCOA'CT GROVE. FLA. Public Instruction. State Senator from the Thirteenth It was moved and carried that name y

I Justice of the Peace In and for Districts person: from the payment of capitation FR COUNTY; 'O.YISSIO'ERThe ; Senatorial District of Florida subjectto of candidates for members of the county

No*. 1. I, I, 4, S, .. 7. t, t, or poll taxes: rids and / otbe the w ill of the Democrat of Brarard exfrtij/ve committee be placed on

; J. A. ANN : 10. 11. 12 and 11 First-Any ore who h... lost a limb ( present many ewLert ir of supporter the BoIL d o( :and Dade.-uunties to bq expressed a* H"*TVu'r' '"""I

>J: :...._ 1 Constable In and for Districts NOL In battle. f' .'ouut) CbmmisaioQers for /Dade the primary e'ectlon Ma-' l// th. 1904. ft was also moved and carried that s

...+tw-lara..++i.l..tao. 1. 2. J. 4, 5. 6. 7. t, I, to, 11. 12 aDd-ADY one who < as SS years'of outty lays prevailed upon them to )I. Seab x>k Sam. candidate for game warden be placed a

:- c.stIIt et1 .... :. and U. age on or before December 31, IDOL: Courteiiay. Brevard Co, Fps pII. the r L-ular ballot and the candidates i +
>....i .at re-election, and hereby present
eat ..... miOtt ( Presidential Electors. Third-Any one becoming of ago (:1 for said once: he asM.xed H.Ott. !
0tM their ,name, as tollo s: F. CAlcher
aes I
... to 4 Delegates at Large to National Con- years old) on or after January 1, 1903. Lainb/rt FOR NATIONAL DHLEGATE. Mr. Johns, of Precinct No. I bandvtfIn
George W. R. E '
r Uon.I Fourth-Any one who bad become a ., his resignation as a member of the
Yen /
McDonald, John Srwell and L. A i I am a candidate for the position of
TR resident of this State and county jo committee and the name was accepted.
( fOtmIlONEYA District Delegates.t Belcher, to the voters /t the Demo- I I delegate to the National Democratic
t Members at Large of State Committee or after January 1. 1903. i iI I A motion was made and carried that
c- 0.4. Mreats Pal't cratlc primary of 1904. j Coii.ci.Aion at St. Loafs, Mo., for Se and crk
be
pal $;.00
If properly registered of the I per .
say ,
(
I I )110. Congre&sional 'rI.'t. I am permitted -
y. i 1 County Member of State Committee. above ran vote at all election. State II I I to refer to the entire Democracyif day.The
GOING II FOR next: meeting of the"
t ARE YOU 1 Member National Committee. I and county, held this year, without I r:1: ::go> county regarding my standing commute
was called for
April !L 1904.
r.' North or West ? I 1' Supervisor of Registration. paying any poll or capitation tax. I To the Democratic;:;... of Dade Coun- I as a Democrat and If I am for There he"r ro further business a

1 County Fish and Game Warden. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONSPersons I Ty. FlorIda: tunate enough to have your aid la motion/
I bs'-i myself candidatefor was.mad and carried: to ad-
annou a
t Member of Dade County Democratic under the following conditions y Dade county at the election. I shall journ.
t, !rrtlon to7 the olno of Sheriff et I
LouisYille&Nashville Executive Committee la and for I will be liable for one poll tax Dade County /Tlorida. subject to the ;rf'Mly) appreciate It. and can assure GEO. P BULL.

Precincu Nai J 2,3,4,5,6,7,5 f I only for 1902 or 1903 a* the case maybe ,' will of the majority of the DemoeraU you Oracle county Democrat will also :' Secretary Pro Tem.

Railroad I, 10, 1L 12, 17. and 14. I i : J voters *M mtU/ b* lyrmmmIn the Dmit appreciate It S
| ;>tic prlmsry to be heM Mar I*. tIN.I .
Ofim. meeell j>***en xr'serulce. The rule, governing said primary ,i i Any one who became 55 year old I I dw / JOHN FKOHOCK. Very truly yours, BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP

train currying Pullman election shall be the same a* those r V. N. Bachelor. Imeedlately relieve horse
Modern I: during 1902 will be required to pay fl I croupy
np-UMJate eoacbes, free reeliai.g adopted by the Democratic Executive I! I Winter Park. Fla. cough oppressed, rattling,
: sleeper, for account of poll .tax for that year. I i I I hereby ar"ouuce myself as a can I raspingand
ebalr ears, and dining ;ean Committee at their meeting held In I difficult
l who become of didate/for breathing. Henry C.
,. I Any one may age (21 Sheriff of Dade county, FOR FISH AND CAME WARDEN.I .
r- ,* between northern and southern cities.The Jacksonville on January %%4. 1904. for yean old) at any time daring lint Jl'\url a. at the next Democratic prij j Stearns, druggist. Shnllsbarg. Wi( ,

....! dining car service In the governing State primaries so far a* 1 I writ*; May 20. 1001I hare beesselling "
; will be required to pay fl for'poll tax I I ma /, and ask for the vote of mj hereby announce myself a candidate *
Booth. the same will be applicable to the for the 1903. j for the posiion of Fish and Game Ballsd's Horehound %yp_for
Tieketi viaL.&N. year I fel/ow Democrats and those who win ,
All Ageats Bell nroa.rla county primary. Those,and only those : two year, and have never Had t rreparttloo -
Warden of Dade
of qualified to become voters at that county, subject to the
r i Any one becoming a resident this i
j that '
[ person shall be permitted to become'candidates ha given bette- s'ltlafae-
action of the
State and county during 1902 win be nmary. I promise, if elected to faith- Democratic: pray, primary ;
;
before or vote at or par- j election May 10 1904. tlon. I notice that when I cell a bottle
and sleeping ear llabl for the poll tax for 1943. fully pert m the many duties of thli ,
.cbednle,
rc rate*. i they come back for I
tlcipate la themanagement of said primary Ii t Edward A. Graham. more. can honestly -
reservation apply to WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAll A. I
: It"
rye
election who declare their ad-i reoommen.d 5I1c. 11.00.

J. M. Fleming herence to the principle and organl- ,I male Inhabitants wLo are rll'' responsible office. r FOft CONSTABLE.I Sold by Rsd Cross Pharmacy ,
ttie.raer apet..ef cf age and were under U { J. M. WILLIAMS << .
nert4aM..a Ita moon of the Democratic party Na-4 I years rm dw
r ''ksn e.lY.1.a. 1 of act December 31. 1901. / ; Palm Beach. Fla. c t
State and who
Uoral. county
are by
j'j hereby announce myself as a cantor -- -

: lie laws of the State lawful electors j Any oaR :Becoming a reslceat f this FOR C7.KRK CIRCUIT COURT. didat; the office of Constable In When a woman admh*.tbt her

of the election districts In which I State and county prior to January 1. child has disposition likeMU
they | a father
lOtmuom-m I I hereby announce myself a* a eaadl- district: No. 10, promising If elected to
offer to vote who have paid their poll 1902. will. be required to pay Xmll tax: date for .b. ..... of Clerk of the Circuit faithfully discharge the duties of said this I II 'an admission on her part that

,.,..- ..,.. .. ......1 taxes legally due not less than ten !I for 1902 an1103.! / I! Court of Dad County subject t* office subject to Democratic primary the child Is not perfectA

days before said primary election and I!I If they become a resident after January j ibr action of the Democratic primary.dw May 10. -
E. L WHITE.
60 YEARS woo shall when challenged by an elector L 1JO%. and before/January 1. ; d L. M. Nicholson. man who baa never stood against
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EXPERIENCE January del
pledge la writing upon oath. be- 1903. they yill be required pay poll a bar and builds railroads doesat

fore any Inspector to abide by and tax for 1903 only. / j I 1 take this method to lilt...... the vvtin know what sodden wealth Is.

If wpport the result of such primary, and I Any one reaching their majority (21 of Dade r ntr that I wll ... a oat HEALTH IS TOOTH.

npport the nominee thereof years) on or after January 1. 1JO. will il,'Its for ractKUon to the offlro of Clerk FOR Disease and Slckao Bring Old Age.

The polls shall be opened and closed !ibe subject to payment of poll tax for of he Circuit Court au!.>act to UM arttoa -
of tile Democratic prlmarlae. May H UNITED STATES SENATOR
Masws at tie several election districts at the 1903. / Herbine
TRADe taken
pr mlclnc. It lacud. to perform tile to- every morning before
CCT DnlGli."e .bran Died by the general election law. In an cases of .exemption of a voter I tie of the eOe. Ia the future a* la the VOTE FOR breakfast will keep you in robust

s.sdlw.s si.nM Md-Mee M Tin following named persons are hereby from payment of poll taxes he must i 1 pa-.. to the beat- of my ....IItT. I win '
-
..... health Cl
---- -- "_- appointed Inspectors and Clerk fortt. be (....tut to those who will favor BM you to ward off disease. ft
=: pe.aw.Mll ea.--s secure of the Wperrlsor of registrationa
e .
..,, ,
=::: ...::::- : 8 even: election districts: certificate setting forth'the fact that | dw wl a to* r TMOSL E. C. DEARBORN. I Ii JAMES P, TALUFERRO cures constipation tilllousne, dyspepsia

= i feYer. skin sad liver and kidney -
(See report of committee: meeting on such voter la exempt If the certificate I WHOSE NAME It COMMONLY PRONOUNCED
l'S I II complaint: It purlfles the blood
kntIf Rmerkan. I I exempts the voter from payment of
) ..... !
arstpace. I I I... annoww .yself a candidatefor AS IP IT WASSPELLED and clears the complexion.: Mr* D.

a a.a.re.. rV ate.-.d = La...,.:t' The voting shall be by ballot on poll ''taxes': for both years Wit and the office of Clerk .of the Cherie W. Smith. Whitney Texas, writes Apr.
_. __ .el _boa 1903). it/property registered he can ; Co d't for Doo4a' Coaato. *uhact to the

UN ( & Cn :t,,m...." New !O' tickets tarnished by the State and 1'then vote spar presenting to the inSpector ap Machine Damoeratte primary alse- 3.It 1902.I the belt have medldae used Herbine.for and Bad .,

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constipation
,- --=-.- '" County Executive Committee; and at I such eertlflcat of tka.dw
I exemption. / Z. T. MERRTTT.l if / and liver troubles. It will do all roe
a. close of sack election the Inspectors '
Ifthe
voter la subject to only one TOLIVER[
claim for
It I
I :ona vIsta FlaI can highly recommend:
1'OIEt5K NEYQ1P > and Clerk shall proceed to eaavae IpoU tax. either for IMS or IMS. the If We a bottle. Sold by Red Cross j

the Tote la accordance with the State I same rate win apply a* to securing hereby aaaownee aqrlf aa a e..m. Pharmacy.
Nladd r R1gYt : ,
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the Hon. R. W Davis dlnIKwes EKN I'lUTRICT <>F .t..nRU'A. DO NOT AIL TO S ffWHALER'S
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MIAMI METROPOLIS. 1,, \: in Uwurl "'I- h... and the AlKnlirlur

,-c i.f loins Fruhork and begin to' lironard Is trying to use against him ( tt.fne STORE
/ I'.t lent. .. JEWELRY
of the t'I.e I Sl le ntmen
.' .MNtta t u. J" e. 'pt 4astay r'i \liouilis} Dam1,. Ins dueit i I' ',_t lie dmheanening to the Browar .\ a

P ft. IUl"I II.. s.-tumrt; ) to exiM M> the wily : isa". the Titutvllle Star T. J hn F llorr. Ki I"n.I" 81.it. n

: tl f. mimwsftiux11"T 'Inni4i base the |' >lllnsa i .\. a matter of course hener :M.r.hd.r the oiith''rn I..
YS: f..Itta1A..- .MdrrY..r.C : ; :: .' .-so..M-1| from the ct; > hall to the i he.e lands come out of present litigat :M Kt,,ike.rnLt known Craning: ,
In Hh ithin T FieM Mir '
(: -::- .. se 'ac 1....tomor u4 (..", 1' Sri hosts e. I "n they mill be under the manavenient \\' i "'l.>rn. rnnk lMl...rii,. S.".," t' <>.>-
. ..._. ....In."...., The lie uni says Ih.111': .'roh.., K : of the board of trustees of the U>rn. M<>li U Osluim. I' I). llen.lrl.k-

1 O.O eOttUtcrL V.s.y.n.; -,..*r>... ..v.r )had| anything to do *ith HIM i 1'iternal !Improvement fund The Gotrnor '- ,I ....n H"...n.' Iffiiiltu .kn. and )....\. ,V.
1 "
tial.orn.FYe.utrle.. ...." Frank c>..
general romplroll..f.Irl'.urer '
tM ..,r. land of the felted 9U.tet tj cars ,. U ih.. ;M:> irniMiliK knows. lielter li| attorney .
| l .
I..r" Fxr. uior i.f the !' ( .
> Kill a..1 teitment \-
** .
|'h. riflv and commissioner of agriulture -
, .lls was the man who Kent before the of l-:"". A ..|.1.rnte..easel .mil I
-;..ralr*-; DII..I<'e.t*.**.... prrflu ; iciuc .iumm.tt and urtfil: the <' compose that board and their! ill other P"r..--n< InlereKtnl In the f..il..w-
.Vei..tattoaeeiAr..rater. control! of .t.... .
management Is under the UK rihe.1 ttidi th .
:
i l.":.iK1'; and l failing to m it be evidently : I
, One Year by ., /. .$5 (J(. ,''I the legislature, so bow In the name \\hereis eittnn w i s nle.1 in the '
lint <>tti<>rs to work to nee If they ] .J.t. .
".UI'"I' I i ii se |' -" III" the < onlt -- .- .
.. .. 2X: > -- - ---- -
could )Ir. Davis as -
--
gn ), of common sense ,
.
..... tOBlh."I. DUlU au.IThe | I ( .n ton orirt.un tm.l, f<*.r the IIM !
j, Three Months . . .f . .. 125 Itdiinl' sacs that the proposi-'I Coternor. turn these lands over to the ..r iii.. I'""... Stiles de.eril.d ac Inllow. '

t' Oat Week, by Carrier . .. ..10Kt I railroads, even if be wanted to. a heir. l 4'.mmmn.. ..STIR: .it :i |M"inf amith
tion ire
reasonable and i
a
one ought not "
. :4 .n-ge *i m/nurei., : .
-- --- -T-- a went >gg f..I from
member
-The Hiimj PriDtta'g COIDpiDJ. to .be objM.I.M| to The editor who he could be only one on th. n..rt brant < orderif the n..rlh.-t
i trustees' .
fire .
wrote that hall in the past claimed board of Advertising rates made known on Broard make direct .
Does not CapL finir t *tit running theme <.ulh
appllcatlo1r 10 lie a latter. and yet he argues that attack on the member of the : ..i' ....(-.;;'-<*fi l.i mit. 'ut*** >,"I nUtut 119 feetthe
" he Kline] place be moved this BURDINE &
ran at .
TELEPHONE. 61-3R. S Internal Improvement fund i< eh.w. f>( the AtLinhSieon) thenf1fi ,
late sins w hen the law require that hoard of .ll'i stn. *-,101* ah-.r.. surtherIv fi,r short
: OFFICE: METROPOLIS Bl'ILDIXG thirst! days notice shall be given by :I by making his statement Implicatingtbe 1'7: fr+t thenn.th ... IPKI-H l" min-
L 452 and 424 Twelfth Street. Governor! I tiles west lilonir' a line "" ....11..1! t'i and
public at Ion in a newspaper as to where '
Court House distant fit right nnrl from the northern
Opposite Broward complimentedthe n QUARTER/MAIM.
i| the voting will be done This I I. Ha not Capt.
on a I tsoiimlurA <>f this trt. t of Und using
; COMPARATIVE DISTANCES. I..ritb other opinions given by thislawvereditor above named State official In hU ,'d...<.H. **
I -ff*;.- iroa I campaign addresses and bow can bbexplain satyr murk on lit..stne Bay. thence
fort Fran gee I his praise of four member 1 I' north.rlv following ..,.l 1->w water mark
r- 'f'. Tsmp.M1s: 1, wens Tb. Record has Intimated frequently of one shout lot f_t. thermsi ,Ih S degreesIs I
board and condemnation
: ". '" 1f!...... I that: the Metropolis Is a biased. pat of the minute Mint <.il.long a hn- pnnill'' l to

s. .., ..... .. -tert-io iSs.ass I-'- i 1M r. and dams that the Record Is fair I member ;. and 'IfKtMiit it rfffht angle, from the J Fancy Dry Goods. Xotions. Beautiful and Artistic
... its JI"11 ft : The whole allegation I* mere politIcal .nut hers bo..n.I". .,..r this Ir,.'t of. Un
.. IrTaaattac +impartial and Independent It teem a :Neckwear also the largest dealers in Novelties
_.. \ IDI la Intended 10alLb t-InK iM rll1 lk... i't Itnt :;.1 f**t ,
4 <* ta rs 1 04 on | claptrapIt
u bit markable that It should after
0.,. IISyOIa. 8U.'" .11 the mind cf s'.mio voters wh.- are lot ': to tINt pttlnt of rnmm4. n""m."I. contain- I Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete line
**** & having; been In the county only six i j I lot *? arm, more or |1.-. In Fhidtp Cotin
"' ._.....'" "_" ..l t |,M 1M IH' month find that all the good and litm..n I conversant with the aVj\e fa"iiti tFloruit: of School Books. Polite and capable service.
pte.I .i.ITlV"Cvp ate when th> ..Isle i ) |iropjeriy Th..r" Ih,1.. ire trt eom-
tU* *.>".! ) 177 4gpr to be found la faction | It must fall flat p.
*.. ]_...... ...... lied rat Nii. ere one the qTetlon." 'aptBroward 'mend them and mach of them and Any
_....... I I I and that every man who happens toannounce understand and allerns Interested In or havinglien
.a.d.L.I ...
f I" realize 'hat he Is do-
should .
his Intention of voting iiMm sail lash. to tie and appear
:1 I!,I ajaln the StocktonBarrsfhohodtFittsMetcalf I lug Mr. Davis a great injustice In before the rtrrnlt ri. irt of the fnlted

'.. MAY 2. 1904. i'I I : crowd la a bilious partl- '| making such a charge. We warn Democrat | States' ..t lor knonxllle the Southern'. on Dlmrtet Mondnv of Florida June Burdine & Quarterman
suchunfair
I|san. against being deceived by I Mh lCN! then and there to n... any ohjee.Ikms ,

One week from today and the Strange! that this paper, pretending I method of campaigning. thet may. h-t>'.. and to show what
laughter will be on. '1tc Interest the\. and ...< .h of them mar have Twelfth Street. 308.
no much freedom from Influences, can 0 t
I'In the property hereinbefore denrrfoedI .
: And only word of condemnation for MAKES A CLEAN SR EE)'. I tu phow ra._. If any they run why
There U a negro In the Jacksonville those mho happen to be advocate of I soil .....1. should n>M he condemned .ecortltna -
... city council J. If Barn was instrumental I lo law to the use of the tnlt d
Tallaferro and Davis or for thorn who
l. In having him put there bout There's nothing like doing a thing ;I Rude' sal why such proreedln. a. hiliroikled
would vote against Mr. Frobock.j by Uw hould not be had: why
i.....' forget this fart. j Strange that If It l.. unbiased that It thoroughly. Of nil the Salve you ever i I.. jnrt phoiiM not ),. nmnvined to aiMeiwthe

heard of. Bucklen' Arnica Salve lath dMrnitsm: why a judgment of mdemnatlon -
could find no good: thing in the recordof I
Frank Clark i. not barked by the beat It sweep away and cure pSmil.I mt lie entered upon
; the present board of county commissioners
I saloon men or any other corrupt Influence burn, sores bruises, cut, boll, nicer the verdict of the mid jurv. In purranrne -
or any one of them but nf the fdnlnle' In PIM h ease made
*. That I* the reason why he to *, skin eruption and pile It* '
only condemnation, vituperation and and provided: why such other and further
,
'E ruing to be put off at WIoIIhID<<\oB.Li only 25c, and guaranteed to give aatIsfaHioa. j proceeding- may he provided bYlaw
abuse Strange If III. under no obligation I
-- I By all dnggUU. In such <-.... HP mi) he mi ipnary t*
The RoMlan navy Ii Juat sow the politically to the leader of the 'I5t enahle the t'nlted Utatep' lo aniulre a per.feet
dw
that It should pick and fee title thereto should
target of some harsh crltlcUm, but opposlton wing up Pimple .f'. *.. .** >. > . . ,>. >*.. *t*>>Mt>M M>.
that aide from top to not he hs&Witness
this to not half aa bad aa being a target i every man on the Monornl-le Melville W Fuller

for Japaaene gnna.H bottom of the ticket and support him. Cnlef JnMlee of the Supreme Court I oFI.EE BRO'l5i.,

as -- I|I In the language of Mr. Barn aa applied }Q of the fnlted States' and the Heal of I KINDER LOU. GA. I
# I to the Metropolis If the Record this Court at the City of J.M-k onyllle. .
that the Meant
jUnated" cam- I In nM. Dlplrfct. on this .....nl-.....nl" ,
:ot peigr.a coating that gentleman $15.000 lint a "subsdlzed paper It arts verymuch -
.
day of Anrir \. D. lass _
tif day. It will coot him a good deal like It" Of course the people par Cott 1S.-sit K. O. I... .fKK. I .

sue J more than that before he gets to be whom the Record support know what'li Clerk: I I Ii slakeKinder

the consideration Is, and other have Lou Crates.
President of the United States.
_.- very strong opinion and belief and Welt Palm B?aCt;, fa! j ORDER FOR P-BLICATIO.V. .

..: U Hon. R. W. Dada ken on putting ''by-.ord" Is not In It compared with Situated on Lake Front adjoining I' : :- Chase & Miami
Harney.
In the Orenlt Court Seventh JudicialCircuit.
'I nails In the coffin of that freak of these opinion a* expressed by many. City Park. A cool comfortable place "

:: }.- ** ? N< B. Broward. he will hare n to stop at. with good table service i { Pade ('OIlDI,. Florida. Sell- ===::::::::::: ./.
: THEELIORSE: TAi iAt'ERR: I Amelia Ray vs \\ ade H. Ray. divorce
-a- him .securely boxed up and ready forp.yjatloa Sample room for traveling men I
It appearing by affidavit appended to $li3.ca.eir: Lou Crate
week from tomorrow.
one .
;, :.t"_;;;.;.;..1..:: _-----D Tranmen Tell Why He Should Be Mr*. |Ida B. 11.qs, Propr'ietresk. the Mil In the shove stated cause thatI1Csde all over Dade County. _f'

; :" : t' Russia claims to hare bnt one tub- Re-eleetc3. /I H. Rav the defendant therein ..... ...........t.. .>, ....... > < >....> .. ,..... /
1 marine boat at Port Arthur. Di- I I named Is non-resident( of the State of IwN
II
: ;' patches from the Far Ea L however 'Brotherhood of Railnnf Tralnnien I ....-.- . . ;j Florida and I I. now resident of Portland I -

prove that she ha several crafts at Florida L. s'ge.'I: N... tI4. J.ltk..y.II".1 + Oregon and Is over the axe of . . . . . . . . . . . .er.

,,,-' that place that are eligible to the ubmarln I-la., April :S, 1901.-W* the o'l'r.r"and ..i.. ; 1. "ly-one years: it Is therefore ordered

. tL!"t cl..... numbm. of thKJn.i llhrotherhood Lols5e. that said nnn-reKident defendant I i Epicurean Restaurant }

be and is hereby required to to ,
-- appear i
--
of Rail v.. T ammo do ii
r..t The courtesies extended by Hon Ri the bill of complaint filed in said cause
.
hereby unanimously emlothe rauldry .3r5.-fh St.t
1tl. XV Davis to Hon. D. H. Mara his op- }
for Governor are but one ofF .lime A. D lf>4. otherwise the allegations \
I s, j poneot for re-eloitlon to ;Jie Cnite'1 !Stilts' Continuous Service from 6 o'clock a.m. until 10 aai

.* the characteristics of the man Our Senate. and .e em'tv solicit the ) MAY ate of said bill will le taken. a* confessed I i I :. p. :

f next Governor la a gentleman in ev.ryr .l by said defendant
of all
? l I.atrona5e and loyal :Ji>yv>r orTanlzed -
sense of the word. 1 labor.'We : It I Is farther ordered that this order| .

k --o-- l...... our solidi i ('r.i upou the \Ve will sell strictly 1e published onre a week for four ( K. J. PECK B. ... BAIL:

| If Judge Parker 1 I. nominated. at St. ...rounds of his valtnh'e I'f'r..11' r"nlered cash. This putsus I.I.for : perutive weeks. In the Miami )I 'Oft-I I g
tnator Gorman to published I peel Bailey I
Loala be will auk to organized tats
: fake the chairmanship of the National cork In the t'nKM Mates Sennit.nnh theery best prices raid county and State "..w..... H,.k-Gri4e
L Democratic C'OmmlttR.v 1t rod + This Ind dav of :Mar 1...... : YACHTS. SAIL
.- was of matexal benefit to th* and deliver goods LAUNCHES & ROWBOATSI
already trembling I E. C Dearlxim.Oerk .
his follower are alnrtng people of Mo. ( for fear It will be *o. I promptly. Circuit Court.
itmtnimental inse'eatlna
Mr. TaJlaferro was 'llAvfcMCl )I. MIAMI. FLA
------- I we will convince 1 S O. Frlttn.
t you
: the Hoar IniurtkM I ill, *; "
Don't forget tUat !5 per rent con- that we can save Deputy Clerk.
[ s' '! bill to do away with modern safer you

} tract.. May W. Remember that Ram .' appliance and mlm' other t-i'lo! of m ney.Reynolds. Robert R. Tailor 1-.-.--.-.--.--. -...- --.-.-
wan the employed attorney of the city Solicitor for Complainant.
-. his efriU ,
similar ura-Her TljroMSh:
of Jacksonville' yet be used the Influence -
the .''''''fUoa! to tin Governnv.1 \ :- - 61e &alJ ;
of his oflk-e to bnaro the people! i Carlos
nildlng In our city I* beta ; C'oIf'lIrl-1| .
: who had placed their trust in him He &
union
"'"d solely by union lalnr. n sl

I i I. nut a safe man to tie to. l.< ors and union .*.;..* are strictly| Lasseter. Fo.rmerly! S'! ? palm }lotQI.1.I
j n *
I cur Sbeaur U till wrapped up lathe n ntained Tb. men it work

f f bobby and bribery that be I in. the that victim Booker of perJnry T.- ]river.;t.s were at the required mouth In 0;.'orL the| ten sit John"',,,no ':, i I Gus. A. Muller. Proprietor\ .

r i until the mattern broiuht tVi .' f
toy.
\Vanhlngton incident and invite tbe I .11

; his ,...,.rd. The pub- TaliatfrroF attri.ti..r. dv a comi i Open all the
examine Ii
f 1- public tic ba to already done that and for Mr. ," t union' rr.... when he Immediately . . . year
t
!5. Shetta' benefit It ran be said that 't took the matter up Tlthi i I Kate $i5""> per dar add l "!,. Special! per week and to Com- '

f )* found wanting This fart will bet i he War Department Washington ; 1 '.'i j T nicrcial! men. Large Sample Room I

attested Mav 1". and obtained for these men the retniatkm i, t T. O Box (I.I.'*. MIAMI. FLA. } aI' "
., wale of nine hour a .FOR '
.
t union Special .. . . .......-. . . . .
lo mme respects Governor Jennings" lay I .
; --- -- --
has dim more than any other Gov r' And he ha at all time rer>rd cs .United States Senator } --T---

i.r nor of Floridai He baa used his oT.re when .e railed upon him to dn .o. ''. :i I Sale I Hotel Biscayne

for a good thing. H* ha traveledr aid we know him to be our true friend

r more than any other executive. Hap aid trust that all laboring men will i Vote For i I k,

made himself conspicuous at pnb- lend a helping hand to elect him OF ; from .
has i S. GRAHAM ,
'i57 uTmbr :
Proprietor
'lie meetings social function etc<< "We beg: to remain, yours frat )101" ,

t of leisure James P. Taliaferro [Men's Summer I .
1 he haa played the gentleman nally. Curser Avenue D and Twelfth Street

/. from start to lID I..h and last but not r'. O. SEEKING. i

lean has acquired nerve to think that Sf't"mary.I I ClothingAT
MIAMI FLORIDA
TRAINHAM. I Whose name is commonly
c f he fs rotnpetent to represent the state F. W. I 1|

la the fnlted Sue Senate. Financier pronounced as I 1Ceo.


:. Replying to the Crystal. River New hut J. Sully the cotton king!!: hast ', if it was spelled Cohen's. H. Myers, 1;

th High Sprinm Hornet says: I obbed, up serenely after his littlenharrawment


.. politics'?am.:for we the are few Just knve hanptnr and on fluhts.Herotnfcire in. ..< D J. Sully. He Cotton la now Improvement presidentthe In_ : :. I Electrical Contractor

we have Met catching little To capitalized at |;.(.n Riau. Toliver" !l '

political\ seekers but yexterdnyw 0- -1 1i
made a speech. at
haa
the on of Jim Willie Hearst
caught m eel In per I
: Alexander, and we can't bold the slippery L .t on the Boor of the House and, it I( I \ 1/13 Avenue |

thing. H.'. going to Congress Is said he actually did well for a be. I .1.1I I Estimates for
of the House If you want a colt of clothes made
: and make ma sentinel If he keeps on Improving he
Crystal River. g-nnr to fit you and guaranteed to fit you at --
and you postmaster of .. be President some day. but not : EleJn: Li ltViring.\ Bell
}left U a atf-a4mntd ..bsMlxed"twspaper nay prices that ar* right go to Sewell' I II i wiring.

.:. la mot to th* latereatJtfc this Urn*. The next President' nameIs Tailoring Establishment J27
and It I i ( Annunciator Work and of all Kinds.
C1l r Davis Total*rro or Clark. I, Parker. I II Il. I Reja ing _





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H. M. KING I
(Successors M. BM NriMm.)


Funeral Director and Embalmer. I
UNDERTAKERS
IJOO AVENUE D. I; THE ;I Sale of Seasonable


.....pe AJt.stio to TsUsrapCor Tctepkon (rail. 413---12th Street.. Phoae 25 ..

I I Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.

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------- -- II I B***! Bdu Ladles black mohair skirt sad r'
THE city having returned from a trip north. i!Wilkinson John er.baw'lId..ood; 1 i BARGES ARE HERE. '
I See the newest fad la ladle crash round length seven gored lap se&s.
He will go to Havana on the next trip F. A. Bryan Fulford; A. .'. Burnett. I i
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. I belts, whit, tall black and mod inverted plait; the regular VIM tIK. .f
of the steamer Miami. : city; \\'. Passmore. Jacksonville; E. Continued from Unit page.)
I Special price.. .. .. ... .... ....=SiS
W. Burdick. New York; J. J. Keith [' I Skirts Skirt!

MIAMI. FLA.. May I, 1904.w Misses Kittle D. Rogero. Brossle A. I Chicago: C. D. Jenkins, Miss Cora south and remain as matter of the ; Ladle seven gored Sicilian cloth L.Ce* SA s.a. '" -

wu w a ws aj a a s w Bw s ww Rogero and Katie Glnty. of St. Augustine I Cooley Lauderdale; W. A. Bates. Jack tug while here. 1 I A"
IB white all
'. sklrta. ; maa tailored perIt large aMortment of silk nslror ?
<
lUlL CHEDULB.I but who are visiting at Cutler, sonville; Kittle D. Rogero. St. Angus Captain A. a Potter I
'' representing feet fitting, with team flare; pedal. many styles aad colors; all banPrIce. -. > !

I the North- were In the city yesterday.E. tine; Brossle A. Rogero. Katie Glnty the Ross Company and who will bare j'I .. .. ... .. .. ... .... ...$400 ly trimmed and tailored r.
AmYl from -- I J. G. Hone, St Augustine; W. D. {:.mbe. charge of Building the training wall 1

t:06 a. m. W. Burdick, New York J. J. i! Wildwood: M. C.P.... St Augustine ,I came down this morning from Jacksonville Genets.Ct. .

11:" p. IlL Keith Chicago and A. W. Burnett j, : G. E. Roberts, W. M. Wheeler ',': by rail and will at once prepare I 1

Close for the North- Baltimore prominent commission men ,, New York. j to start work. This morning he : Ladles C. B. Corset No. 301. made of

SW a. m. arrived In the city yesterday to look I! SAN CARLOS | went to the scene of operation on the q best quality Batiste; this corset gives J

1:41AmTHE = after the tomato crop. j jMessrs i )(r. and Mrs. John W. Way Pitts- Bon Accord and for the next day ortwo I' the correct erect form. ;.,.

c burg: B. L Lyden and wife. Jackson- the crew and government- engineers I|, Special price... .. .. ... .... ..$L2S ,,'. t .
WEATHER.Washington. J. G. Home and M. Copps. of ( y ,
,to r
Florida Ivlle.: H. A. Groot Atlanta; Fred F. ;| will be busy buoying out the route Warners .{
For Eastern No. 847 rustproof corset.
I I
the mechanical department of the F. .
I Mrs. Cbas.Bloomfleld. of the wall, after j
Bahnson. St. Augustine; which the active -
Fair tonight aad Tuesday.Maxlmam. E. C. Ry.. at St. Augustine. are In the I + Is a corset that tires the utmost At"e' -
| Miss Bloomfield. Frank )I. work oo the same will be started. I Ii ; -
84.Minimum. city making some needed repairs to f i' v isfartlon both for correct shape and .4?
I Chapman New York. i iI The rot:k for the wall has already '* .
.73.L5 the. rolling stock of that road here. !| liwn mined and several hundred tons 'I wear *;.

1 j I i A CARD OF THANKS. Special price... .... .... ......$1.00
j 10' !It has been hauled to the river bank
-- I It
F. W. Caruthers, H. C. Wilkinson
e e I and John Crenshaw. of Wildwood .. .boh..e I wish to express to all my friendsmy t j.t j the' foot of Thirteenth. Street where 1 \.

heart-felt appreciation of all the it will\ be taken aboard the barges: and /f i .
TOWN TOPICS. I been conducting a large truck
kindness, help and sympathy extendedto towed to sea. If the stone don't give I jI II ';f .4a -
farm In the lo..rOlId of the couiJr.. .I. .
me during the Illness and at. the I out and ran be mined as fast as consumed I
left for their home last nightCaptain
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE.-Moved to j I death of my beloved husband! Captain Potter expects to have I i.
,
117 Nlneth Street near the bay "*8'lDP-' To the Brotherhood of Carpenters I the training' wall or Jetty completed SrttAi fittlarr.
A. B. Potter representingthe
> lag don cheaper for tIt'Oer.. New R. G. Ross Contracting Co.. of extend my especial thanks for their :i Inside of tree' months.MURDERED I III H )1' ,fJ .'.,. r

In. In needlework loyalty and love to my bu.b&JId-thll
""designs Just LeweM Jacksonville, .blrb..1II build the I Ore hundred waist, all siMS, all \ 1 G
alto bja1.'ts and i brotherhood from the beginning! of his AT
all kinds, DELRAY.
of Government training: wall here arrived i! the latent styles In lawn madras and
few" material for 6 ola. i Illness to the filling with thtir; own 1 In formation was received here today 1
hat-making. In the city this morning and will Batiste; only a few of each style:
i hands of t Is gnve.Mrs. that Albert
Savage, brother of T.
worth $2.50: and $300. We offer to
remain until the work has been fin- !, "f
Follow the Blue Flag. ished. Matt'e C. Morrison.HOODUe E. Savace. of this city, was murdered close .,Ie. each '"

I I t last night: at Delray bv negroes, and 1
I I I Ladles Japanese silk shirt walstf t
TONIGHT.-Hon. GI'ISELLE.
HEAR CLARK" i i that another white maD named Neal
bark and front tucked and trlanvd
The Miami Rifles have secured a -
Frank Clark arrived this morning and A pretty home wedding waii ......m. wag seriously injured In the name diffl- r
thoroughly competent trainer and their'show with lace; Bishop sleeres; a waist that : t .4
the people of Miami at i nixed Satunla.etialnc. at C o rt._ k .
win address will be an eye-opener to somepeople. etiltv Details are unobtainable The will wash. Special. .. .. ...... .$2.48Ladles
the ctly school house tonight at' i! t< the parsoDage" the First Hv v h..rllf ha gone to Delray to Investl-
shirt waists, same as cot. -j
o'clock. Everybody invited to hear the terlan Church by Rer. 1.i. Fa-Is In gate the report.A .
trimmed with lace back tucked new
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from this district :' hich Mr. Wm. de Ga'-ei- .....1 Volt!!
Next Congressman Dr. W B. Rush attending physician -- sleeve, with tacked cuff. Special.... .... .. .. .. .. .. ..1Y.uu
who U one of the most polished and Marietta Hood of Frank::)!. M.IIK.. CORRECTION. the report of ,
reports that Mrs C. C. Lloyd whose J JI
eloquent speakers In Florida. mere made man and wife. the tarpon, caught by Captain Thomp-
serious condition from threatened lockjaw I E. B. DOUGLAS
Miss Hood the bride Is well and favorably son the Metropolis credited the two ,
noted In
was Saturday's Metropolis -
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Follow the Blue Flag. known* she having been here fish caught: by )lr. Matthewson. of ,
Is greatly Improved today and the 31O and 312. Twelfth Street. ;
-- since (art fall and engaged as assistantto New York to him Thin was an .f'rror. 1
Indications for her speedy recovery
overture" as sung by -
The minstrel Chamberlain, the photographer. She The flub were caught from the yacht -
night will sat- are very favorable She had a very Fun Tennessee cream on ails at
Rifles Friday ant i
the Miami I Is a most estimable young lady Badger under the guidance of James '
narrow escape and for a time the gravest We use Tennessee ream In all OutIc
music oven Biscayn Drue Company. 143i
lily even Miami I 'has.. made many friends here. M-. Thompson a brother of Captain
fears on her account were enter and also have the
de Cuitelle Is aim well known. He Thonvpxon. cream plain i __
tained. -
VoKvKvWW \ ** *w nwi has a beautiful home at Cocoanut PERSONAL I NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE.
Hotels and families can buy genuine
PERSONAL MENTION. J Grove and has resided there some Sunday evening Mrs. Margaret: A. -
\ That minstrel show Friday night is :I I Tennessee cream at Blscayn Drag I
___ time. The ceremony was quiet and afterwards Grom and Mrs. Sarah Wlglngton: gavea 6.000 rough lemon trees diameter!
-- evacvaVB<*
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Mr. and Mrs. de Guise dinner at their hoem on Avenue BIn {
-the first part consisting of Indies' white kid crash belts 35 and about one Inch; fine roots; saeriflos.at '
Follow the Blue Flag. Cocoanut Grove where they will ,, honor of their guest Miss Louise
overture, etidmen' songs and Jokes, 50 cents, at The Racket Store. six cents each If sold soon. Cruun4
make their future home. Berry of Ojus. to which several ladiesand
Mrs. W. A. Deader of Dayton. Is visiting political gag. and hits the second part gentlemen were asked to meet her. : must be cleared early in May. Caa b* J jseen

comprising specialties and vaudevH! ASSOCIATION. Screen door sets, 20 cents, at The
the city.
In MEMORIV1.
:Miss Bcrrr returned to Ojun this at the Ransom grove, Orange 3
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-- -see full program Wednesday.Mr of ladies will be held tomor- Racket Store.Headquarters
e. rot Inl morning I I Glade or address, 1
I Mr. and Mrs. John W. Way. flI Pltts- nw Tuesdavl! ) afternoon at the restpore ,I Thoa.
W.
Mr J, K \ .Valkenburg.. Inspectorof fancy groceries fruits Mather. Mngr.BOX .
"',.b.rg. are among the late arrivals In : Robert Slmption. who has tee i of Mrs. 8. T. Gramllng for the the Menranthaler Linotype Co.. of ete.; at Wilson *. Fly.',. 7 m sec. aty. \

the city. with E. L. BradY ft Co.. has reilgnel of organizing a permanentConfederate I; t .j
urpoce VanValkenburg
New' York. Is in the city. Mr.
his portion with 'h..t firm In enga. Memorial Association sod j .
is making a tour of the LOST.-On Sunday night.: April 24. .1wme..b.re FREE SCHOLARSHIP. ;
a L. Lyden. of JarkeoQVllle. actively In business with M* f tp-- of the Con-
and Mrs. of Daughters I
Mr. 10"1 l chapter j I'nited States Inspecting and putting north of the Fair Bulld- ;
are In the city for a few days Mr. William Simpeon Young Mi The mf'f'tIIlCII\ be held I 1 There are many young people la j i
federacy.
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In thorough condition all linotype machines lag. a black rubber coat: with the name
at the San Carlos. Simpson has all along had an interest and all ladles Interested ; Miami =
11 and Dade
and are guest from 4 to p. m. put out by his house.DAd'iSTALiAFERRO i of H. D. Lewis. Finder please leaveat county Interested la
In the business which has now grownto "' '
are cordially Invited to at-1 I
this office. t2t learning book-keeping and stsooarmphy. s4
Herndoa and wife, of Danla. such proportions that It Is se see rr '
M. tend.
R.
CLUB.-TheDavlsTsllsferro : and th. Metropolis \
were la the city yesterday and guests e for him 4o join bin father In Its v'v" I I Miami Conservatory or "_"c.1 proposes r

I manacemett.J' OrSTED FROM STATE.Naiihvllle. i Club will meet tonight make It possible for two of thin .+a
the Bay View. franklin Coleman Bush director. 22S
May 2.-The Cumberland session at Agricultu ,I 'I II ban a chant without tit* cot: of a
1 -- I : In regular Twelfth street *M'
J. W. Moffltt and J. A. Moffltt. of .I.Ir Phone and Telegraph Co. has been ordered ral Hall., All members are requestedto 'I Ingle dollar. for full details of tin

Hallandal. tam tomato growers andp.trhaats I HOTEL ARRIVALS. 5:[ Into the band of a receiver and be present promptly at 8 o'clockthat J If yon want Ic* cream that la good j'' plans see th. sixth pace of this paps

of that place are In the city r ousted from the State by Chancellor business may be expedited thus and par buy It of the Blstayn Dru LIVELY- CONTEST.-

on business. I... e Allison. allowing those who desire to attend. Company. They. use Tennessee cream i i1C

ID.'Y'IEW( I The court held that the company had the address of Hon. Frank Clark at the
One vote with
every ten cent paid
J. )(. Williams, of West Palm Beach Stanley Howland. W. W. Mocr:*. violated the State statute and charter Auditorium.An for subscription to the Dally Metropolis

candidate for sheriff of Dadeetmnty .\..beIIf'. N. C Frank Whltmore id | by Its attempt to suppress a competing 'i I I
who Is a
,. which can be used toward
VOTING CONTES'l.Enl'1 .
la In the city today greeting wife. New York; Geo. W. Ireland PI i ::1- I company. The company has an authorized exchange! states that )Ir. Call Is paying '

[ friends and making new ones. lelphla: F. A. Saylor. Havana; E. :1. I capital of JO.ooo.ono with fond of pie. Perhaps this I is why he Is some worthy young person's way '
.Id subscriber to the M through a correspondence conies la
''Rb d.... Philadelphia: R. M. Herndon about $ :.""<>,0nu outstanding Indebted ever found *t the political pie counterBUSINESS Dally *
book-keeping or itenography. For fun
t R. )(. Hudson and wlf. of Orlwdo and wife Danla; E. B. a<
am"eda the city this morning and I I W. T. Miner Jacksonville. Nashville. May; I-(Later) Chancellor man and woman la securing a busmen In to-day's ..

win remala her several days enjoying :''I PIONEER i i Allison has amended his decision I LOCALS. = education by using the ballots to whit! I i iacrlptlona. paper.FURNISHED

our climate. I D. A. King Daola Mra. W. A. and stated ,that for satisfactoryreasons ,} ililVe they ar* entitled on payment of nit HOt78::,.

er. Daytona: J. W. Moffltt. J. A. 8M4-1'. h* would decline to appoint areceiver. A GOOD HOME FOR GALEApplyto Read our offer on atxU'PS oa Tenth street for not Apply at

F. A. 8&1<<, of H raM. U IB the I Hallendale; F. W.' anthers A. W. Crvmartle. tomes City. ** his ofnea

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.1 i E. A. FOPSELL Pso'AlETOF;. =
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#.. Pioneer j
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... arrangements whereby it can offer
f RATES i."TfPER 1) \ ,..J-r such attractive rates for various newspapers
;p'l that there should be
no excuse for
people remaining -
Hotel Corner A,- .m<- It and nth i.treMI = 1 in i ignorance alto the happenings of t

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.t. The Daily Metropolisand 4
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One Years
1 I now aye In my employ one of the
best dra 'man In. the South and am '
Daily .1 rmes-Union $10.00
better p.1 i ared than ever for furnishing
plan .cd details for good build- =
'. K Inns flnu I am new headquarters for turned
> Hon. Frank Clark work, scroll sawing and all wort usually SI Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
dose In a first class planing mm *It Union $2.00
,K Send me sour orders tor door e apt'
Candidate for Cvnjjres* from the Second C..nJ'k..I..nalnitrkt With Atlanta
Journal twice a week
will peak at the r7 window frames ballusters. brackets.ClC. 12.25
.* and be OQTIBCVl. With Weekly Palm Beach News
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School! Auditorium. Aloiday'\ Night May'\ 2. -- It 1,1't I. FI f i 'r;,:j ? _

A CHEAT SFNSATJON.Ther. Trains of tomatoes are going: to th.Dortbu'll ic Old subscribers must pay all back dues beforethey
He i in l now" n a..one..C the le.ldin-orat..C: the count yand -was a, big aencauoa in Lce- can take I
advantage of
markets dally from the lower these offers and cash
htk Tills lad. when W. H. Brown
addre .. .. Indian river and Blscayae Bay | must accompany all orders for
tere tinjr a he "'iIIloa hi rc pe to-bi his life saved by Dr. King's New Discovery country and the growers are reaping combinations.
way opponent in the r.and particularly to
for Consomptlon. tit handsome profits. M, of our former
Ladies writes: ny
J. M. Barr Let erenrbodv po and hear him.
"I endured tanlrerahle0111... from Volusla county men are down thereenjoying i ADDRESS
invited >peculljlThepeopl. ,
Asthma bat your New Discovery gave the tide of prosperity. There
-- me Immediate relief and sooo there- would hare been no country down i1
of JacksonTtn. are complaining Frofesaor Holtoway practically! lout ifter effected a complete ""'." Similar there no great trucking industry no Miami
, at the Bomber of divorces." his Tvic. for a trw days recently. cares of consumption PD", 1onlll. treat prosperity, had It not been for Metropolis.
Perhaps this U why they doa't dl- However be has by no means lost bronchitis and pIP.a.. ..* Dam,"", *. Henry )L Flagler.-Volnsla County
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Tore Barn from tile olll of city at- favor In tile debt of those who believe If* the peerless remedy. for all throat keeord. =
tonvy to which he was "..Ited for an educator and not a political wire and luC toablPrke SW! and $1.00.
lift" UaBka to tile bond trustees and puller, should look after the interests Guaranteed by an drngxlsta. Trial If fO'I11>.. success, you rust j "MfltW""""
Mt the Vote'A __ I lof tile rising generation j bottle frtC calk rciigb-thoj: otr toeis


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FREDK. S. MORSE, COWS TRAINED -- ROBBED-THE CRATE. i


FOR THE TEST A startling Incident. .to narrated by J

John Oliver of Philadelphia u follow .
REAL ESTATE *: -I was In an awful eoodltloav.

Jerseys it die WerU'a Fair Are Expetted > My akin was almost yellow, eyes auaken. .

to Skew That They Arc tongue coated pain continually la
Offices stain C and It
I op Cor. Art. (b St.
Sapertor to All Other Breed back and aide, no appetite growlaf

S Miami. Dade Co., Florida.POWERS' weaker day by day Three physician
Y.
bad .
gives m up. Then I wa advised
I The herd of Jmtry cows sssetubkalSt
the WiM-M'a Fair at $.. tools' to rrprmrnt to UM Electric Bitten; to my joy die

the Jersey>Tf>Mj In the universaldairy Brat bottle made a decided Improvement
MEAT MARKET.
test; baa been liwim-tvd and liar I continued their ale for three

.been irooouowl la iwrfnt imlitlon weeks and am bow a wall\ man. I

and ready" to tart upon their .lx know they robbed the grave of another
Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork "
S moot 1m' grind on a cia,'. ...Ik?. I victim.: No one should fall to try
Sausage Hams Poultry etc. W. It. gpann' of the Burr Oak Jersey them. Only 60 welts guaranteed at
2(18 At EM'E P, MIAUL FLORIDA. i ill
farm allaa., Trx, was the. Inspector, drngglata.
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and be was thorough in his. work. He

pasted a week on the Exposition How to Wash Paint
-A pall of soft

Watch this space Are You Going to Build ? pent froanda.in and and around much of the tbe Jersey time.oatll.1 was warm .water about one ounce of borax t

barn, a...1! tbe condition of each Imllridual and made Into a lather with a goodaoap.

for change of so, or il you need building material of an) of tbe herd of forty cows was a piece of clean: flanD@l Rah ao
definJte 7 aurertalnmLNerer soap on and wet the bottom of the door
should fail
you not to see
was more Intelligent and careful lint; then wash the top and the water .
treatment 1a.lttbootloa .alm.... No .
a.If athlete" was ever letter trained fur will .leave no streaky mark behind ala >
a

Florida East Coast Railway & Co. speed Contest klll minlrlnr and endurance tbe dereloMiimt. s dknn bail of generally old nay.TWO the case: when washed lithe

.. this. herd of Jrne;" .Wbm It .InLuown -
that this .betel I* to ruiuirt* IS BEtZB THAN 65K.
with selected bends of HoMeUM.{.......-
Schedules. Dealers In lumber. Utfc.. Shl.ile..Mo ldl.i ,Caslaga,Brick U.c borna. Brown Kwlaa. and (",,....... awl Oere'a a pointer for the Mrraoroua
Iil| C*.**t. plaster Hair, Eta the bend waking the beat score fur the evader! You want to save moatey
Yards awl OS... ... .. aid we how bow to iwlp' you War
D sad l k MreeRWilson's production of batter, milk and riivnieta .
tx il
__ __ __h __ _.__ to ndabllah the. standing of the. the price of ao one jam paper pay a lllilr and get more the Iba twyoo
Tariooii breeds the Importance of the. want. TINt prire of the Daily
coma hung In perfect roodltioa maybe Tinea-l'aloa: and Cltiira.. rvoently
Novelty nnlrmtuod. been reduced: (o the followiaf pales

I For a lOUd year the Jerseys bare Three _.UIa..... .... ..... 1 N I-
izaaoailba: ... ... ..... .
CTORSSI. : i bee In cooitant training. Twf'tll,- .. .... M
fire cows will parttrlpate" la the euat One year. ... ... .. ... .. d M eDaily
now la operation and ready to re- I .t. Cows were aptorted from tbe propose to tend you both thai
ceJv orders.ONrHINO. beet berda la the 1'.1.... 8tat_ I and Sunday TlaMa-Uaio aa* .
IN I Dr. J. J. Rlchardm. president of Cltiiea and the Maraoroua for:
sMzaooatba: .......... .
the American ... .... | g M
Jersey Cattle Club, -
WOOD ader
NOVELTIES. O.'N/'.. ........ g M
Window and door screen, window whose auspices this entry to made W* will seed yon the Seml-Weealj
toured' and visited the famed
Europe !
and dor frame, store fixture, stair rtaM-a-raioa aad Citizen and la*
Isle of Jersey where the breed orldnatrd. Mrraoroua '
work, Inside trimming of all kin da.
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He was -Illalf the beat cowa. Six: __ra.. for .... .... ... fl a
R. S. WILSON but returned satisfied that Europe Ome year. . .... ....... tOfTbu
( could show BO e.ws that were betterthan -
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. I t...... bred la America. for Si cent more than fibs i
Though only twenty-are cowa win price the daily you get two papers
CLASS AID arCIfCATIORS I and for fifty oral more thai tile
participate la the test, forty cowa wereaelected. rtftvylar
plies of the Mnaorou J.
I *, yoej gt
They were aaaembM. at the Semi-Weekly Tiatea-t'aioB aa4
I Jeraeyrllle. III. a year ago. This.to Cn!... and the Faro*, and FrvJt i
M. J McDonald ear W. UxiU' and the cattle have become Grower. .
accllmatf. Lad Ile winter they" Send your abacriptioat U a*, Los. "
were removed to Rl Loa''". Tbe cows I. advance always at these prloea.
SANITARY I are the property of ladlrldnal. members. i iI Tan Mrraoroua, 't
3 PLUMBING and I .f the dub and aN loaned for the term Miami I'll'
of the test C T. Ora._ a breeder '"
PLUMBERS' |I.t I"". Itla.... Mo. was selected aa the J

J. A. Robbins'&' CO. SUPPLIES 1; cattle pllmented superintendent and by be Dr.to baa Richardson bare been charge highly and of coio1 the Inspector -- Cooley & Horner :; '.


-. aa;;;; Clenlud and Ricjck JUnrj I Kpann for the wonderfully fine
Harness and Oarr1aae U4. coodltkm In wbk-b he baa placed. tbeberd.
All kind of wheel I, r Tie Real Estate ail Reiul Ajtitsf ..

Depos1tory. .. for sale or fit I A ....'... of aunld dairy. bema bare
I been bails fur Ux .."..... competing' in I .
Quality is remembeted long after price is? 32112U t Streel lUml FliMcNeill the I..... Tile burn are octagonal laI List Year Pro rtr" t1 Tki..A .
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I I nrtu. and are w> arranged that ti* A
forgotten. COWl art .in the cetarr ana a wue I fine piece of hay front property ,,.. r i
& Co.T I e' prnoNnfdperuilm TUitora to pua with riparian ngnla, within a few .;. '
Makes the Bargain. ,I around and Tirw the. cows aa they ''mlput walk of the buaineae*r I!, ", .. J.
Quality Stan I In their aUIla.. ,ot Miami, bring tUt feet oa bay and. 7..: <'=:S.oog
The milking and feeding are to be 400 fret deep having lot of gas #;. J(
4.1.5" Tw.l2th Str.. _- 1>.Glami. T"i Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th i I' dote lo plain view of tbe public, and j I .'bearing tree on It. This la alee/ -'-. .1,:;1,1,
for
place a winter Iw>m..
penis
{ reprventatlTpa of the various
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Street West of Railroad.We I will at all time have access to all the 11
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| barn lo nee that no bbarp pravtkea 328 InUit Street. Signer Blot 3

: HEAVY BLACKSMITH, have gentle horses. broke for ladies to Jride and drive. | are Indulged. MIAMI. FLA. *i111iite

.,..rte-SWina Wagon. : Carriage Work Thj tmt not only conalata, lo ah and"- I I I I I I I II
milk
of batter
Inc the amount
B Haven
i All Kind Repairing.
; B/'uIDC and Soldering Good Comfortable Carriages, I clMwe. prudut-nl. Lilt the coat of prey I
Eagle Barter
All Work Guaranteed Fln&-CI_. First I diKtkm" la taken lute conaldcratlon.I Shona. .
class Teams, and I Every ounce of foal given each cow .U
weighed and carefully recorded. When Poor Chairs. XoWaftiifl\
Shop 800.SEABOARD. A.-venue D. Reliable White Drivers. I the cows are milked the milk to conveyed I Best Sirrice in the Gtj.

to a mo...-. -- ,- I rkmltural bulldlnc. there. It to tested !I A. COLBY Propr/etert
and made into butter and ebeee and 30.lT..nalln'Mt.Clubbing .
-- -- MM?..i.t.t..*.*f........ ....*...... ... .... where all records are carefully' kept '

1 I j The Jersey cattle. participated! la a
: |.similar teat at Chicago during the Columbian
\ "Florida Pastime"dtn IReco Kxponltkin and carried off

i (, lint booora.Superintendent. Rates.

... Publishing G,.. Grarea to sanguine

r Air Ling Railway ,i .....i..of Florida I..._...1..1__...Iba......_.ItI..CAIIoa... It of will a bataapa_. ."'.lIy*. WHIT UlauraM,....N.lim.tf..... A X over says the that remit tbe of Jerseys the present have te.alwaysdemonstrated t. u. You can save money by sub- .
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N" .1111..1. E4iM hr of __. all
a corps coajprwal aMa aa4 half tote 2i their auperlorlty oeer
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for
i pictarr haa4- oaoaa-h lo fraaM.. ...,. Maaa Herr Ina a,latetvauaf lo ,....* 2 scribing the paper.
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other breetto when pUcr-1 rr----
FOR sad oM llahnaMroworrrrhoiao. ti >n rwnim mn H.OOi**fr 2 ,
T tfSClAl-Tho Ramr4 Coaiaaav MB.CU lo Mart thus pablHatioa with _._ tlou. and this time they will .i..nr tLetter -. you want through 1
aal>acrlaihMlMofoMhaa4iW: ......... T.. ..o this tW follower esfraanhaanr I Ito ,
advantage than rrrr. \- > .
o rrlaaiaafnraliaiita1liaol rilliahlaak below aa4
[ s a\'antah. Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines, .Co Jack_...... )'Ia.,with>...1.>ilT. *... you ..III.... .a4..*.to... ladaunal for sue y.u'Record' sub tINt Jersey milk richer In butter fat | The
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gh'RichmJnd, Washington: Baltimore E.. this particular: tTaniatati will rot l.. bjl Mr. Graves but It ran .b.- pruiiK.J ..t
Philadelphia. New York. .ail iaiaMaiatoIr a .' lithorrmnkod '
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If'Ita"t. The arf '
Nit Jrr-y cars
.n..sr wrilinv tal-lrt aa* albaai of 111 a Metropolis. j
.ie.a.tly: ea ran4 FlorMa icaan.wont M uullnt of the standard brvwla. anal j jP
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Three Elegant Trains Daily 7Industrial -" be aaMTta that they CO>DIIWD. k-aa f..... !I \Ve can give you the
Seaboard NaN York LiMlteSeaboard f Record Gomoaay1 I':'** They aaalmtlate their. find and. It 1'1| J
converted into milk and butter and la I DailyTimcs-Union
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;Express Seaboard Mail f Jicitoarille. Fli. j Illt. '_- not used In building up and lUI.taln'uc'+I 1 Daily Metropolis for 1

a large can-ana. I
Modern Pullman Equipment. .MM+.d re., t. ..aIf.. ,.. .. __ ... ---.f"fI.-. a.a-I "We are going to make all other ,I $ 10.00 a year or both )

breeds take to the ..00<1. after this I for six months fo.
1'Ioe e.to..rt .... Tart u-aM1uss.4bll.l lUI.. e..p'_ .,..,....._. nll'lln.. test" said Mr. Grarea. "A few days l
........ ..... 01...._.. aad ... .. .. I
(, -1IH' oe.rr.atl some
pa"" sa.atNtta.i.t.........Ii.:.a '(.. Y..u..e.. ", ...",..C'.. .._..". .... ..e......,lie-rste4...u .,.,. World's Fair ago I was tenting' of mr Jersey 15.00. .j
I ..4 J..rkM tD.U ......*.I'.....* ....84lh'.tnI.l.l_a uUHfeafewd rio and Rretmy from the enurmoaa amount 1

line operating daily through sleepers hot.Jaeksonrilh Via of butter fat the milk contained. Mr. The 1
1 Ton Ileyne. who la In charge of the

S.- to New Orleans.For Holsteins sent over a qnantlty of his 'Daily Metropolis

The L. & N. R. R. ,I commercial milk for me to atamlpolnt.tent. Of courae.there was from no a too t

comparison between tile milk but It .
(all information and deeper reservation, call on any agent of tlMoahoard. I I i wu a pleaaure" to teat his. milk for StmrWcckljTimes'Lmon ]
& or write "'intc.aExcunion\ Rates from Jacksom to J;t. Louis and return.hem I i: when I got through there was no

m big April 25th; ticket! sold dailr.. ''|: grease on my hands After this twill
Gel P.ss. lactsonille hare a bucket of Holstein milk I J JI
A. o. MCDONNELL 1St. m. Fla.s.
hI) return limit I) rc. return limit bands In
55 < 5'h. $33.90 6> J.1.! .v'*. $:j.?e ; around handy to wash my 5.50
return limit 15 day. after tenting oar own rich Jersey milk." I year
C. BOYLSTON. Jr. Pass.
ARt.WALTER .
I eontln-
The teat begins May 14 and
Special Coach Excur.ions \Zo.95 roun I trip: Return lioii' 10
-., from date of aie. Ticket.. sold onljon MJV i6th anal 31*'. !!; a I I Weekly Times-Union both

Corresponding low rates: from other points I I Unique California M.... 1
one S2.OO.
j WorfcTa Fair year.
A unique exhibit at the
r..!..4ast GKAIIAM_ JAMES\*.JACKMX.......-. h. s S L..:PATTER021'r sad Trv: ...: The L 4 N. Is THE BEST LINE to St Louis. : was prrpMird by the agricultural department

:I'or whtsluleleepin tar rcMjrv..tiom further of the nlreralty of Califor The
: or
inforrrutmn. Pompano Inn
nia. It la a large map. ao colored aa to I: ;
write to show the character of tbe various soils

Dade County //Jbstrast\ ?o. J. FLEMING I I of the state It gives a clear Idea of the 1... MeCeoab, Proprietor, 1
C. L. STONE I altnatlon and the extent of the arable

aXCOBPOKATEBISEVYELL 1*. Pus. Af t,?236 W. Bf SC JaekoiTill. 0 P. Agt- Loaunllc ': and nntillable aectiona. In the locall- Pompano, Florid a
i ties' that nnnot be cultivated are -
4 f shown the Klerraa. the lava beds and
BUILDIXG MIAMI FLA. Mr. Broward thinks that br sending I The thrre-conieml race for national Accommodation tor gentlemen :;
location
Indicate the
the devert. Tbe map
t I I oat map to ebtrotrae ETAIINBTAO I I rommlttwman I. attracting more than of the cultivable portion of the only. Produce buyers and aolicitora j
oat map to the voters be la mapping casual: interest From all mountain and Mobav plateau and will find tbat theca. .
I account
......-.aex.raw...... .a..ad ca..pt.e. .._Ab.ractSXS.s t r..h. .. b.a.f...
k :.::.::: .- -= 1.1 1I ta the gubernatorial chair. oat-dlUndn Mr. Pope. i I! valley" of that wonderful .ts t.. point on the line.r' any otae*

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GENERAL BANKING/ Fort Dallas! National Bank. SAVINGS DEPARTMENJ



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O.APJT... ...:t..... 310,000.00
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The Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks for a report of their


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


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


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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.




Asset Ia1 LbilitjBlsl.Loans .


and Discounts . . . $ i63.< 554: Capital Stock.-.00000 oo

Overdrafts. . . . . . . 250 18 Surplus. . . . . . . . 2.00000

a U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . 25,000 00 Profits. . . . . . . . '.569 72
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Premium on the same. . . . .. J.437 50 :National tank{ notes outstanding . 2S.00000

j Dade County Jonds. . .. . . 5,000 oo Deposits . . . . . . 26Banking +.070 93

House . . . . . .p.2q 13 .
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U. S. Bonds owned . . .$56,62500. .

Due from Merchants National ..

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Bank ot New york. . 19,15988

Due from National Bank of '
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Jacksonville . . 18,39946 .

Due from Mercantile Ex- .

change Bank of Jacksonville 7.336 t31)ue

from Trust Companies of

New York . . . .. 7S002Q -

I Ihii- from State Banks and 7

]Jankers . . . 10,24908 .

# I Due from U. S. Treasurer1! .. 1.25000
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Cash"n hand in vault . 33.263-5 f3,7S3io) .
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:-'V : A LINEMAN'S STORY. : FROHOCK'S BIG MONP"- -. .,..
SEWEll AS COUNTY.OMM1SSIONER. I

What a \iarui Eifctnr: Sees and '--lCo t.nueG from Brat pat; as 7S r ;riooo0oo'
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I Heart-. : .-------- r I i .

(.s (v uutmued -from first pagi-tin I 1 .:t. ', se's.t IJ J
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"It is never i imagined t iy !*""> .V how Jacuary-Two.

ammunition .. H"
1JOJ for political j : ,
i be year I much "'e !m>'tuPii see < f the.r.: I.ri.r. F'ebruare-Two..l. Palm
Beach
, A* a 'a.In.t! the county coDimlbtuont-r* I affair" said a Miami ..!....ui' !\n tother )fa'1. Is> 1- j Stock

# by tb- disgruntled: faction and1JI day to a Metropolis man \Vhy 1 April Ma;!.--Three Ttree....... .. r.vi 4b,.2 -"11-. i! Being Closed out at
r to drag
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their attorney "
allowed by some of the things are simply ajtoniihlnK. !! July-Three. %"'< .7 k

along until 1W-another campaign I oth r' are amuptnp. while ID August '."IsepteinberThree. I' ".' 1 I
. z are out t:' /NEW YORK COST.
County comnfiBsioners ..
year I home fern rasps we se things tlut
std be Supreme Court Judges Oi lober-Three.... ... . \ > M _
support to I! are downright horrible.
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therefore we only bad to (to by the I I "For Instance. People| never seem to u\'emllt'r..Thrt'e. ---
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plain law of Florida, and prior to ISO*. I: realize that from the top of the poi.. December-Three. a.4. ffz 150
have to to arrans: the .
here go
we
there was nothing In the laws of Flor-j .- uar-Three.... .... ..... 4*:.52 1i
i wires that we have the bent "I'! n '
t
ida against buying rood for. the rounI I the world of those parts of tb's hoiM- February-Three. 870.47 3d.'UIt :Mcns Nobby and Up-to-date Suits

ty from a county eommlsbioner. I holds that are sa red and -.h,e.4 lie. March-Three.
Aprll-T"o.... .... .... ... 1'8.9\ i .k Mule; of Summer
don't think there was a board of county kept from the public gaze and "e 1fT'to L Weight: Cheviots Home

commissioners In Florida hut what :' : Veep our eyes and ears rioted atwell Total for 39 months.$_'".9.l:.).;6 i spuns. Wool (',.;Ish and English Cricket
wiyV
to do nor properly r '
as we ran
some member of the board Bold the but there are some things we The salary of the jailor U Dot Included Cloth. \\ lsonHros Cluett and Star make
.
Therefore If the Dadmeaty amounts as warrants
In these
supplies.
county just can't help seeing and hearing. -- - --- ---
commissioners. are guilty ofl I "Wh,, Just the other day I. notice are drawn separately for that. S -

such a great sin, ve hare a whole lot a woman who has two healthy fircrown The voters of the county will perhaps I 250
who hasnine
that )fr. Frohork.
daughter, out doing a washlne, agree
of company.W months more to serve before hi -
would have anted Suits
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that a negro woman Mens Underwear
challenge any man whether he be will have made enough: to .
at least two dollars for dnint snrhen time Is out. xOV ONAT ,
friend or an enemy: to prove by comparison the other ,
a -climbed the pole which was retire on, and that one or Wool IJalbrifjjjan and
Fancy Lisle.
been Lisle
where this county has who are lieforethe
right In front oftheir house I could of the three gentlemen
mad to pay more for ,roods or material nut help seeing the two daughters; still people shall! be given an opjiortnn- -
than It would have to pay: to another do better I
] If he can't even
beds reading "yellowbarks. ly to see
dealer. The policy: of the county lying ."In with their their rooms not yet than to turn Into the county funds Sewell'sTailoring Hats For
good'* Men.
commissioners In purchasing straightened up. with various ur.'ten amountitg to little more than half theamount

or material from any: member of the busbies scatered around all!! ""*'r ihPoor .. : paid him b'v the county
board may be In some other states -I I Ito
/ and then In the fternnoc: I sal i
considered against public policy: but two ladies Tira line: I Interfere In to family: affair, ..-:=::::::::::
these same young '
It enact be said that the county: corn the streets in some of the nicest Ironed when I heard a man tvc-arlng.at >i.*

mlsslonera of Dade county: were vie clothes there were in town. wife and calling her all kinds of nsii<" 100

laUng laws of the State of Florida and "At another place I overheard a mao' I just kept right on at work and ,51; Establishment
full value
.a the county has received that is no more than I
expended and the and his wife rehearsing a fSh.m" I no attention MESS STRAW HATS.
for every dollar could help. The cursing and vlllifyIng -
would that the man who Is quite a-
been have
good that little woman took made ---- -- --
In this community that
character
political persecution public You will find anything
seem to be only blood bolt But tha climax riiviched .p you
speaker
against them and has quite a reputation as a my 100
to continue the fight where he get when I saw ibis fiend delr!
learned
ceased when the Injunction and I just wish in this sock except .
The** purchase His wife writes them ste'jr haul off and knw Its wo --incompletely
was granted and now that those speeches.! And she ha an arfu! time to the floor and then |x>"i, for him. shoes !
against sncjj now
we are
statute whichj
there Is a plain Then I cllmt 1 ,
drilling them Into him. Why: I could >er for falling down. .
will
trading!, enacted In t90J:. no board that'rack the speech over myself: down off the pole. The wt.mai'v sil- of -TMENS
have repeated having at
violate It. The very fact 1 :1; : our I zoo
dare neirbj
made In 1903 Is condnaive word for word In half the time it took ; reams had attracted several

law was that none existed befoie him to learn It, but he got it all right j and when I said fvmethin!: t*I sho.. fire I
erldenc a reputation 'lone of them about It, th-r acid this i
quite
board after a while and he ma w CLOTH HATS
and that therefore the present !Ivaa even 'r gas ., ,
K anyla. and was act- : for himself as an -nproirptnspeaker a common occurrence -- ,."
was not violating own Interest but as weha be sprung I' an the pul |I. horrible. I can hear that 'm.1.1 v r-=t
their
lax not U I finished that oh up in 1burry. \ |
after. {cry yet.
conclusively la the Interest He a short time
I have proven turning the I: :.:=aa.a. ;.ZI .' :..:a:..3aaa ;.ZI:,::! ;.ZI.3a. :..:aaaa:..:aaa
of the county. -I ate society sports :- _-- -- _--::: .-.- .;;;r'
ant hear mf" .
I save the collars and cuffs wrong side out. anc'early "I tell you ve see
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With then whether'or statements' not we are '' one morning I >aw i woman gnIng things that are not down, on the !>>II'IIaDd I Y
public to ay ; seat give ns! viewf
husband's pocket gallery
our
the voters through her
oa entitled the l poketihlpk admission.
respectfully. whether she cashed the two ot
Very ,
gotIt And the lineman gave! ils dimncr'hitch. .
Job &e..en.Ibel' she found or
of County Commissloa.ra. has been a lung, time sine I cut I a picked np about I'M porn'!<. c E IFEEEE frEEEEEFIEIFEEE'EEFEFE FE E '

) ot Board my eye teeth, and I have known ar.ttls I of tools and things and then skinned I,
doesat do any good another pole. i ,31O-312 12tfc Street
time that It J MIAMI fLv \.
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