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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 3, 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 )
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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: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. 1, No. 122. ICM* *. MIAMI, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAya, 1904. U.Mtart tS.S: rtMr.. Price 5 Cents

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I JAPANESE CATTLE BURNED IN I IA RECORD NOT CHARACTER FIVE THOUSAND MEN SOCIALIST '



'' STOCK YARD ON RAILROAD


ASSAILED BY CLARKI STONEMANPoses

.. VICTORIOUS FIRE TODAY. j I I STRIDE.



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Few Made In His Brilliant Address at School
a Exposures !
Delivered Crushing Blow! t Indianapolis. May 3.-Fire at the i %Wafchlngtonj May :J.-President Now as a Leader of

Union Stockyards today resulted in a Auditorium Last Night..That 25 Per Cent. Contract Aired i';OTonnelI., of the International Auoi -

lot,' 01 $300.0uu to the Belt railroad I | elation of MachlniKU. asserts that there Democrats

to Russians on Yalu and the stockyard company. Thirty i I' and the Political Carear of This Demagogue Shown |I: Is approximately five thousand men 01I \ !tfie

five head of cattle were burned to a strike on the Santa Fee. system (o-
: up...Clark Confines Himself to Records and -
death, and forty acres of cattle .h I day.

and pens were destroyed with five hundred -i, Not to Personalities--'Well Received. :j i The strike threatens to assume serious -

MANY OFFICERS TAKEN II'i tons of hay and ten thousand I proportions before matters are EDITOR OF THE RECORD'()

bushels of corn. The Insurance will not |satisfactorily adjusted.
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| go over 1100,000.
I Dispite the inclement and the threatening | show the Inconsistency of his dennnclj TOGA FAILED AGAIN. .

i ANDREW COLLEGE. condition of the elements last I j ations of trusts. '

I "Barn U St. Petersburg. May i It ls Presided Over the Socialist forts-
As WeD as field fows. Horse Rifles evening a fair sized and appreciative secretary .of the United reported .

i Famous Institution for Education<< of States Natal Stores Company, a corporation that Vice-Admiral Toga mach Hr
,I audience gathered at the auditorium floe of Florida In
and ArouaJOoo-Russlans Were'. j. attempt 1900 ud
Women Burned Today. with a 10000.000 capital, and last night to .block
to hear Hon. Frank Clark discuss the he still talks entrance of Port harbor i
'"' about trust and secrete Arthur Certified
Doable Their Dead From I the Candidates of dteIIftltJoaOthtr
to
Carry I Camel. N. T, May 3.Andrew College issues of the Congressional campaignand j ries of trusts. This company has not I but failed. .

the Beld-Japaoese Now la Complete one of the pioneer institutionsfor dissect the record of the Honorable i I got the stated amount only on paper Viceroy Alexleff sent out a section of Socialists< wjRepnbtoans '
the education of In this but would; the Russian fleet meet the
women | not Barn as readily be the to attack
James M. Barn one of the Three
Octroi of Manchurian SIde country, was burned today with a loss Friends" trio and Incidentally and perpetually ] secretary Of a corporation that really I and they sank eight lire boats and twoJapanese Who Are Trying U

of 1100,000, and.with an Insurance of t did have Out amount of capital a* to torpedo boats. The channel y

of the Krer-Toqa falls Again! al t but $,000., All Inmate to the dormitories 1- the city atorney of the city I be the secretary of one that has not U reported clear. Get Democratic Offices la Dade -*

escaped with their personal ef of Jacksonville.Mr. I got It and Is dead rI County '

Port Arthur. fects. The cause of the Ire I* un Clark was not long In getting I I Mr. Clark then touched upon Democracy I GOING TO THE PHILIPPINES. 4. a

known. and Barn I Columbia. Tenn. May 1-Company
down to business and that record. He record In connectionwith .
the municipality of Jacksonville.H K. Third United States Infantry, re-
I ON TO FEND WANG CHENG. I was introduced by Chairman W. A. said thai Barn cently1' stationed at the Columbia Arsenal -
had advocated the I
Seoul May 3.-The Japanese have Rome, May According to dispatches Filer of the county executive committee election there to chaag the city charter has been ordered to the Phil- It would seem that the MeteaJf-..,.. '

wo* a decisive victory over the Rns- received here General Kuropat- and after paying eonrtcalea to tat. and that It had been changed except ilpplnea and will leave on January 1 hock-Fltte faction la thiscounty Is U :. .

sians oa the TsJu river and are now in kln marching from Lao Tang to ladle. and gentlemen present Mr. in matter that effects Bam-th* from SanFranclsoo on the transport a desperate condition when It becomes s
Feng Wang Cheng with twenty thousand bond Cook. Capt. F. M. U. Beale and Lieut
control of the Manchnrtan aid of tkt Clark expressed the regret that he did I trustees and city attorneys necessary for them to take *a SocUlUU. -
W. will be to
troop "Certain H. Bathlauy command.
steam without any further serious I not have the entire citizenship of Miami 'aewspapers in the State are Populists aad Republican a* their i
posing as Simon pure Democrats '
said
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opposition threatening them. and Dade county: present to talk i candidate and political leaden, and +z
Mr. C1ar
: "Th* editor of one
was
la the fighting all Russian guns SUSPECT ARRESTED to but said that he realised the weather the Palmer aA Buckner ticket; another on- ANEW\ HAVEN MAN some of them who have been la the t
had a great deal to do with keepingthe
posted on the opposite side of the river 1 people indoor was chairman of the Socialist coal county less than six months ...

users pat out of action before the actual I I ; ventlon that put a State ticket In the : F. B. Stoneman editor of the Miami .J
He said that he desired to present a I t j .
cHbslng of the Japanese began. I few thoughts of the campaign; he had field. The are among the gentlemenwho I Record who essays to be the leader 'r!i

FrosT to > o'clock there was continue 1 j Negro Implicated la Assault oa Messrs | sent out a full and complete statement are member teaching Democracy. Barn Buys More Choice BuiUInq Lois In of pure Democracy presided as chairman -
was a of the State committee over the State
fighting the Japanese Socialist
; going I lof political affairs and that he would convention
Savage and Neal I acd sat ta the committee meeting This City held In Jacksonville
readily forward and the Russian failing i discuss the same without prejudice. ati la 1900. and ., ,
of i I Jacksonville though the law that \ certified the n.m" nf
back before the slaughter their and without touching the private ehariacters i says I Ernest Prt-r- :
PH and men. \no candidate shall sit In the committee. !I _. man, Wm. P. Neeld, Edwin C. Smith '--AJi' _j
of ifs >
.. ... .. ... &!J' ppo5ntjr uriJ i".-tIIot; '' '"! I .. and ..
Taa:JapaoM. .: tofutrr-wttlra Vfl-IT '-. -.-' '-Uf.. "' ac* tile hlnerary""S the East Coast 1 '' -.rr.'nt''dea1amt'' was W. p. Reed to the Secretary of e '_

-'nut dash 'captured the fortified j I Arrested Today-He Practical: !! Admits (be two months ago there were fire congressional made for hi- seat he held It and ....r- Good Price Paid B. .B. Tatura For a Half I I state. s.. candidate for presidential ". ,.
height northwest of ticipated li the business and resolutions I electors on the Socialist ticket.
and the Kullen Cheng Crime That Caused J Sata e's Death candidates In the party We transacted and drawn." .f One of Ks lots H 12th! Street i The evidence of this Is
pressure was kept op until In traveled all over the district and w bat- on record In ,

the afternoon 'a portion of the Russian [ -Delafc of the Assault. ever has been said by certain ae..spaPf'n > "Barrs has never been elected. to By S. W. (Hart. I the clerk's office In every county laHonda. i '-" ..
force being driven towards office In bin life," declared Mr. Clark."He iucliiUing Daile. 4' .
An-
and by certain! Individuals I have \ .
I held bis office by appointment of This man. a confessed
tung with furious the Republican :
fighting entire never gone into personalities or attacked k 4
the State Demo r..tic Committee. I before coming
distance. eAt I I the characters of my opponenta South and an active .

Antung the Russians found themselves -' Sheriff Frohock and Deputy Sheriff ," said Mr. Clark "ami if there ass unaDlmoiil\ elected and mad Today three deeds were filed! for record trading .-tali..t since that time lsnow ;. :

also threatened by a strong depdat Gore came In this morning from Del- I can be produced one Individual who chairman mithcmt a dissenting vote to valuable business lots 1"lrt'blll'-1 I is candidate for member of teas it: '

of Japanese on either flank ray. having In custody Willie Grsndi- He owes his o.Bce as city attorney of ed Dens wratie Committee and alto a candidate % _
j ; call prove that I have w CI ask the through the agency of J. H Tatum
eireat then became so hurried that ; son. colored suspected of' being one committee to strike my name off the Jacksonville to an appointment and A Co., by Mr. Sanders W. Hsrt. of New I i an presidential' elector on theIfennxTMic
they had time to of the four In every other office he has held be tceket. !. .
ao replace their dead. i negroes who assaulted and list of candidates. Haven Conn. j jOne

Artillery, hone, twenty field guns anda I beat to death Albert Savage and seI He said that he had confined himself bn Wn appointed not elected. of the lots Is the est half of lot I, Shades of Thomas Jefferson! The '

large quantity of ammunition and I riously injured another man named I to records; that records were public That little gang of hypocrites whow .. block 123, a hlch is )ust feet from IVnux-raU of Itade county and of the .

rifles and a number of Russian offlcen'were j i Neal near that place Sunday nightFrom j property: that he wouldnot say a ef "< .'a. ksonvllle! and held what the Metropolis office and adjoining the f State of Florida have not reached the iI
they! p'ii<-rted to be a Sute conv- I point where
captured, what can be learned of the thing; behind the back of J. M. Barn lots on which the Dade County Title I Simon-pure life-long Democrats ,
J lion" Mr. Clark said, "were all self-i, !i...
cannot found
The Russian were-unable crime. Savage and Neal had to fill these
been
carry to
or others that he would not and had Insurance and Trn-t Company is to i I 1

their dead'from the field. Their defeat Delny and were drinking Four ne- not said to their fare. At the close of rn-tinted iVlegates. They nominat- '' erect their fine "ulldln,;. This lot waa important piMitions.

was n crushing blow and practically :jgroes were also In town and directly the itinerary at Lake City he had' -rt j 3>-.t- ticket and delegate to the deeded to Mr. Hart by R B. Tatum. Then there is Rrnjamin Sutton, who ..

puts the Japanese without opposition after Savage and Neal national innvention. and in the end ,> I ran a 1'opiifint par i in Genie a few ,:
I started for challenged Barrs to go: with him on his the consideration In the deed being
Manchuria. home. going down the railroad track said their prayer to J. M. Harm. I year* ago sad who. is DOW the prmldent .!
tofa I present trip; that he had not accepted j_""' 1.00,
I the negroes started behind them. Savage "Something Is making; that gentleman -,,; I of the Sex'ialiat organization In w.
of
and that he bad no intention doingso. Mr. Hart expects to put up a fine |
had desperate. I trust he will com i I Iwith ; this city woo ... now desiring to bn !.
OFFICIAL REPORT. displayed about $30.00:i In .
money If Barn Is In the second primary E i iNfo office: building on this lot next .1&tf'r'l I
when In the and m> during the time Intervening elected an repreHentatlve to the legislature
town, It Is known with him as he believed he would be, Another property Included in the edeeds -
8C Petenburg. May So-Th. reporttha l..f second pr.-i. .n that e ma\ Democrat! A
that the negroes saw It This Is what aa a raaa who
1 him to with him
he will challenge go Is a lot 3jxl5 feet on Avenue D
I t Admiral Toga had made anotherttempt led up to the crime. the suppositionat the four weeks Intervening before the discuss the Issues toget!!".'. but U v.'l ;' Just north of t" Wetzel block and I didn't know enough: about Democratie J
I block the entrance of Port not do 't." rules. and
to Delny Is that the assault was committed second primary but that he knew he I I' the other is a tract "5i9 I feet on Font requirements to make his
Arthur U confirmed. Viceroy Alexleffha for the purpose of robbery j f Mr. Clark heregot: down to that A. I application in the right form to get
I
would not do so. i, teenth Street west of the Wetzel block
reported officially that the Japanese I though no one saw the crime commit-'!' V. A W. :,Ry. contract in which Mr. j l his name on the list of candidate. as '11
Mr. : valuable
In reference to the Swayne cane Mr. Hart owns come of the most -
_t'eight fir ships last night I ted. Barn figured :as city attorney of Jacksonvllle. j jI i i 1 Clark said that he had never seen the property{ In New Haven one
block tile of tile harbor .i 1 aa" alxo traitor to the j> '
to entrance Savage... found dead and Neal had as j I Chairman! 1
| letter written by Stripling.: Barn i': building for which he has a standing: i
but that all were sank by Russian torpedo Is badly beaten, his jaw being broken letter trust Imposed in him. He, denounce.1 In Hlllalioro county obj.' .< tlons lIe
j attacked him and Introduced a offer of $1111,11001 and which he is Ins -
boats and from the fire of the Barn circular explaining 1 same and hewn filed with
i land his head otherwise mutilated. He showing that he had endorsed B. C i> ; dined to sell and invest all in Miami.he the county committeeagainst
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land latteries. Alexleff aim reports i his (Clark's) statement to Mm as .being the of knownSorlaliHt
v'i'is still unconscious and then I* but Tunlson for United State district atrney I Is so pleased with this climate' and putting name a

that his fleet Malt two Japanese tor- little hope for his recovery. Both men ': under Judge Swayn He admitted untrue. "Barn claimed I attackedhim I city In every particular. t on the primary ballot and it j

pedo boats bad families and were well liked by but stated. at Palm Beach without Dotl.,. should have neon done here, but our
( that be had done 80, f Mi Hart will come down early next
.Th Br ships were discovered by both white and black In that commu- that Emmett Wolfe, Bam friend ally Poor little lamb. In coming here on winter when he will arrange to erect I people. bare faith enough In the IVtii- i

the Russian searchlights creeping towards nity. had done the the train the first of March I notified o rats to believe that the names of thSocialists
and political bed-fellow buildings; on all the lots pun-bawd and 1 j
Port Arthur from the eart-an-ij I Crandison was found this morning and quoted from recordsto him that I should speak of his record will get very few X marks
same thing to make other Investments.
... -tbeast about. midnight" The torpe- j[I at work on a tomato farm a short substantiate his assertion. Wolfe's but wonlf l rot discuss characters. I ]i vt have decided to leave them on.

DoaU-and'dertroyer* were ordered i'i says from Delray where he had been letter endorsing Swayne was January tail noth.ne: to him about the :a per t FROHCr"'T CONEY.l. I Then there is Guy Metcalf; another

-" urto Meet them but none of the(r employed for some time. He has praeI 31st. 1899. He had not Intended to ceat. contract though I had Intended : I man who admits that he wax not a

larger warships participated. Alexleffj i{I tally admitted the crime and told the into the campaign but to use it s! oon lit I could Ret; a certified Democrat: who supported a straight-
bring this Issue $ .(\ .iift. or any part of It, even
himself going out on a toast df'ff'D..1( names of the others Implicated with forced to It by the conduct copy ')( the/xcontract from Jack- out Republican candidate in Brersr
bad been money, that John Frohock Is nominated j
vessel. html He I* also Identified by people of Barn. Mr. Clark thenintroduced soivllle. He knew full well I was go-: county for the legislature against tile
and actions | sheriff of Dade county. Apply to I
The gnardshlps at the f'Dtran.nt I I at Delray as one of the four who followed evidence to show that Ins to set afterhim' about it. and he adv I Ii regular Democratic nominee and who
S. O. Fltts.
the harbor and the forts! opened Pre OftI]I I Savage and Neal down the rail- Swayne had lobbyed ash Barn relative h' nself. brought up the subject. and ; -- I was known in that county when a*
i
the fir boats which lasted until fireo'clock f i trend track. to re-districting\ the State, and denounced the contract as a forgery.I WRITE UP EVERGLADES. published his paper there as a straight
WILL
this moraine when the last ,''I The officers have hope of apprehending stated that that If Judge Swayne had told him then I intended to peak tIt Republican. This fellow Is now UM

one of them went down. .Official reports ( the othen who are Implicated with Barn h* must have hadprevious as soon as received a certified copy campaign manager for the Barra-

do not specify where the steamer I, In the crime. lobbyed Intimation or assurance that It came to me at Palm Beach and on R.... John N. McGonlgle., of St. Augustine j Stockton crowd and 1* one of taeir .

were sunk but It I* evident the ; be corrupted. He had. Oil same ni.ut I used It there he circulated accompanied by Mr. Eral5tI candidate for Democratic Conualttee-
Bun could: 1 (
Japanese failed to cork the entranceto !I WANTS A MILLION NOW. Indeed placed himself In a most unenviable I his pamphlet denying and mak A. Dix, of East Orange N. J., are to maa.

Part .A.rtJa.r. TIle steamers were position. tnt an effort to explain the same. Does the city. These gentlemen are here )' Truly this ls a wonderful aggress.

armed with Hotcakls sod Maxim I i I That la AH the Republic of Panama -Barrs rant around and turn red j not this show that h* was afraid of for the purpose of gathering material than of politicians! ft is one, however -

guns and responded, hotly to the Russian '. Wants Now. ;t iln' the face In denunciation of trusts. the contract, and that be had prepareda '.from the Everglade and the keys of that file true Democrat will

Bra Th Russians saved a few fortification against\ damage! He for Illustrated I elect to at horn and go back to
!I Washington May 1-Th* govern- It has been charged and never denied tI | the tower coast,, one an stay
members of the crews of the Ire ship. ,' to the Jackson- lau changed his terms of denial about' lecture and the other for a magazine their first lor*. The Urn has not yet
went of the Republic of Panama has I that b* Is part owner
eluditig torn offlcera I of the greatest I I It anent time In one he says It was article. arrived when these political acrobats
'Indicated Its desire to have fl. OO.OOQ Till Ferry Co. ODe
T i to the world of a benefit to the city of Jacksonville This morning they went ap to the will be placed' to charge: of the affairsof
the amount to be paid to that country trusts; monopolies !j I
PVRW1rD THROCaH MOUNTAINS.Seoul. (lof oa account of the canal purchase, I Through th* efforts of Mr. Bam the .-" Everglade!: for a short while but returned this county. -3

given a charter eon- Mr. Clark her read from the ming; at noon to the city, though they |
May 1-It hu been learned I transmitted to J. Plerpoot Morgan A ferry company was the operation I toes of a councfl: meeting la that city will go again for a trip lasting several I I THE COTTON MAR IT.!
at New York trolling and preventing .
fiscal agents
here that after tile fighting Sunday. Co. their Mother ferry company within a|showing that the contract VM ft .. days. The trip to the key will bet I ..

tile Japs. OB Monday, started to jmr- t: e remaining\ 19,000,000 to await at ,:of eorertoatwo rnlto of tile waterfront II j alt:! between Bam and the officials made la the yacht Enterprise, which New York May 1.-Future* opened

.. tile enemy through the mountainsluastaaa New York for the arrival of the Panama radius of JaekaonvUl Ij:of the A. V. w Ry., and showed the ha beea tendered them by Mr. J. E. steady. May 1JJ4. June 1J35. July U4*.

TIle are said to hart ..11I-1 minister to June next Th Treaty ,. 011 the city Bam owning manner to which the council got hold lagrahaa. third Tl-pc eldnt of the ,r August 1320. September UTS. October .'
1I1IItI1. Department will empty with the I have BO ohjee oa to Mr. U!*.
hon..sdThey j 1 -" i| Hit December 1117. January
bend heavy Poems tea r+ls..t I Ik* tarry company. u4 I state this to (CoaUaaed oo eighth! page.) ,,tc-R7., ,


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Aberneih, J. C. Kloc. H. VLummua. I For Member County Executivemittee Con
DIRECTORY
GENERAL IIr..Tt lit rltIUI.11. Ashby K.Alk.nou. J. E. : VOTERS. BEWARE SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE PRIMARY for First District

H F. LaSalle. A. ULefflar I C W. M PHERSON. ,

...........- .. J.nnls4" I For Member
C D. County Executive Cat
.te+r1.rp uelCAlr- -**.I Crawford.ufc. Brown, W M. __ *-
'_,uulw-A... U.a ruu.. lluxh. F c. McDonald. J. A.Burdtne mitt.. for Second District..
TrWa.II.bOU... ,
".....-,.....,_a!1J.. B. WI.IH.-W. '.V. M. Uaniard. W. \.. Partial List 1If the Candidates F. M. POWELL .,
.debt of fabl* .tnIrtIo.-lI. .. Timely Warning of Disgraceful > 1 I
W. &bats.tvnrT. B>ington. E. T. Merritt. Z. T. ,! I E. A. CRAWFORD G. E. KNIGHT. ?;.

."._,...._vl 11I-AffTtrttltBn'B" V K. foMn. K MrLm,. Brady.E. L. Muller G.. Campaign Tactics., to be Voted For in This j|| C O. CODRINGTON.W. For Member County Executive Committee -

hand ..l IraMra ._ I..we..., Bailey, B. M. M ieyen.f; .... H. A. HOCKER. JR. for Third District.' *?
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FaD'** "-Tfc 7.eoer&' c..erl..r..l(Co4su ouu r.dler.l..wnrf Tre..ur of Aal-:: Budge IL C. Morse Fred 3. .' County at.the Primary JOHN M. BRYAN.J. CEO. W. POTTER. ]}

ia.tm. Broader G. D. Moor. T. V. W. I. ..
METCALF.
o.w.u ef Kditrattoa--The (!..wrao t *r* i Election. D. CLOUGH. <
larj of Male. AUurtry-beueral. Tmuwrrr aadoarnmradcal Burdine. J. M. McDonald. W. H. I JOHN A. HENDERSON.W. For Member County Executive Committee J
..l KutolM BMrurtlua Ualafrm lo be Attacked at dw Last
; .. G. A.Blukman. .
i M.f MM In.ututiou.-TM onrt I Backus F. W. McKlnnon. E. ANDERSON. for Fourth District |
rtrf _... T............ AIt.O',-.;., ofs. :
IM7rd Edwin
E. V. _
.., t a.I.t ._wt Arnrultorr and MiprilAtrkaliuiv Nel Momnt Toe late for Dralal. by I II J. W. ADAMS. R. H. ROSSEA y. *
.tad.et.d futile ,..tnM4MMiTk Chain. W. H. Peck R. J. i For Member County Executive Com.1
f -fttOr GUT L METCALF. .
'I-.eel.. Alwr7-.eu.T f'ardnn. uwe.rn.r.a..f -...-........ ,, Cohen I. ProuC W. W. fake Actuations. For the Information of the Democratic J. N. WHITNER. mittee for Fifth District '"

N 1 Cbeatham J. H. Pattenon. 8. L.Fairish. I Ii the a ,
voter of county
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trlae(:_au*-B E. Ibne JOHN Q. SMITH. SUNDAY ;

.rrltlxlr: CUl'IT ('''';& Conrad. J. A. Allan R. oaliot i* printed below AIIIPI.I G. P. HEALY.A. T. J. HAYGOOD. .i

Crosiand, J. G. Rhode R W. jartial list of the candidate to C BLOUNT. JR. For Member County Executive Com ,;
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: I....K.P ,T.llur.CbwfJuMll....., AmuriaLrJ:...... Clark P. C ROM. C. J j The Democratic voter of every ed for at the coming primary.There H. H. McCREARY. mltue for Sixth District

M II. M.ixf, A_"cuur JiMimt.laBBuukatiuBl Drake Gaston ReIIl,. J. B. will be other name to add a*
clact
la u) at tar *.>. oltoianat are hereby w mined that the two H. W. LONG. W. W. SNELfX
*uper.CuwtJsda.. -* .toould l>a. ltln*...eUlaaittarr.ua. .. Douglas. E. B.. Rush Dr. W. B. principal opponents of Senator Tallaferro. !, the time doe not expire until April I. I. HARDY.
Dora. J. K. Rnmph. Edw.Raulenun. I

L. KEMTUK ; Erwin. W. W. C. H. I Ii Mccsr Stockton and Jennlng* I and list have la which their name candidate pat on may the qualify ballot. For Member National Committee For Member for County Seventh Executive District Committee -

; ...1..... r. Tatlialcm.Jar kaiaTiIk.KM. .. i Entoe. Dr. G. Rnmpb. Ceo.Fria.ell who now, as heretofore are working The ballot when printed for use at J. B. BROWNE.c. E.
Mcpara B. Mallon tXiaaeula. GIBBONS T. KING.
G. C U B.
Safford.
I IFlaDIPD. a* a unit against him made desperate he lection will be more than twice a* JOHN MULLIKIN. "
C.nnlDMritt. s CO\tki3t'M E! R. 8. Sewell. E. O.eazelbr. F. \\'. POPE.
I by the sense of Impending defeat. are I II long a* this one a* here are to be I'1IJeebet1l' For Member County Execullve Committee -
lestbraHac Ike. Lad line
t Br.. Bobt. w. Ua..., ralaika.xUau. ....... J. BGerlack. C. F. preparing to deliver a final blow to each name and blank for Eighth District ;
J For Judge of Circuit Court-Seventh
D1in a. H.: .parksiasBAlLKUAl I which to write other name
on GEO.
f :::::: I A. P. Smith. Julius I him. at the test moment, when It will I marking Circuit P. BULL,
Voters can begin practicing OB
For Member
>CUMMIt IoaTgBS.Bmrar Glrtman Jamestiootph Stooeman. F. B. be too late to repeal It, and with the J before the MINOR S. JONES. County Execullv Committee -
a cross mark (X) name for Ninth
G R.
a. Sull<<. A. E. District
.f Js a. Krjr w..., Ckairaaa.a. Gantler. T. N. Shannhmn M.Sewall. hope to turn the sentiment of the people .1 of he candidate for which they will W. A. FILER
H. hn.lAOe ILlYft'' I against him under ell't'UD1StJuCft For State Attorney-Seventh' Circa
wish to vote. For Member
j. L. Marca. Jaaar.a. I' Graham. 8.Gaithsld JohnSeymour. County Executive Committee
.C. IMaa. Mad,_. clerk..ssaq which will preclude any possibility of I CUCIL G. BUTT.
,= _B. _n ab4 wV*. .( the Boar s *. C. H. R. H I II for Tenth District
t -. I i Gnunling. J. C. SavtclK J. P. answer or defense against! such aa unfair JOHN C JONES. S. L. PATTERSON. .

; C. S.COsUllBloXn.Jaks :! I I Oallatt. P.Oautler Shaw H. B. and dishonorable attack. Voter For United State Senator C D. LEFFLER. 1. ;

.: L Brtllj. Miasil.SCXAIUB I i R. B. Tailor. R. R. la all section of the State will -probably I j WILKINSON CALL. For State Sc=*tor-13th DUtrict- For Member County Executive Committee ........

U lira DISTBler Ortfflng. A. M.Glrtmaa. Tarnac. J. L be deluged with printed matter WILLIAM 8. JENNINGS.J. M. 2. SAMS.F. for Eleventh District

{ rBi fsetB. BravaH mad Dud -_* : W. H. Tatum. B. B. from the source Indicated containing N. C. STOCKTON )l HUDSON. J. F. BURTESHA.w.

t Hayes J. H. Tatum. J. H. all manner of false and truculent accnsation I, JAMES P. TALIAFERRO. W. J. SHONE. 1
... L X. WaUrk. rain pr.rk.
Hill L. B. which the author dared not For Member
For the Legislature County Executive c... jIIIltt.
|r.1t-.D& COVSTT MgrCEaETATIYLdrake. I Hunter J. G. Watson C H. bring out earlier U the campaign because 1 For Representative In Congre-Second GRAHAM W. KING. .. for Twelfth District j

;. W. Lisa r.....
cocvrr orricua.Cntf I HetJI.rtJI<
R Ja4s.-Allr*T.C.Baauvn Bryan." Miaari.MlML.eaaatr A. B. Wall. T. A. IIIfonu&1looPOD which this J. M. BARBS For Clerk of Circuit CourtE. for Thirteenth District -;

f Atua-Brr-J U- Hall. W. W. Whaler H. T. warning U bawd U deemed trustworthy FRANK CLARK. .
flrrk W OnaH Ca,"aa4 Bwwnln. W 1 C DEARBORN. C W. HILL

..t.kaf-J.ka tMrkan r,_Coowaat.. M1..L.tl.et bnr --- Hahn F. W. Worier, Q. A. and the only means of thwartIng CHARLES DOUGHERTT. J. S. FREDERICK. For Member County Executive COM* l:.i

t'" Hughes W. D. Wilson J. L the threatened assault I* to can-! W. P. WATSON. m
..T.--n-.... hides. O.esse Z. T. MERRITT. mittee for Fourteenth District
'"
.i-: : Horner. J. W. Woodworth. J. T. non the friend of Senator
r a.M..I4.< ._-. M...IU, .1aa1. Taliaferroj I R. M. SMITH. J. C. HOLLY.

,', *usurer-C.H. ........... 1IIiDaLt'i p.blle 1.- I' lanes M. E. Wilson, R. 8. throughout the State to pay not the'' Fur' jucilct of Supra 01 Coirt-Six G. W. SULLIVAN.For .
ova""- ttaprrlBlrwiMt Kolb. A. J. ZlmaaJM, C L. lightest attention to anything brought<< Justice .
of
For ShertJT the
--a.T.II.mu.- Year*- Peace Second District.
t'" .( Co..t,_ __" n.. Gee. W I and
-------- Into the contest IB *o stealthy
.( -tarahan.Chairman, Wnt Pal* Bcark;I.J R. F. TAYLOR JOHN FROHOCK. .
Ii aMM. jMMw. B, B. HeDMiald. ; TO KEEP ORANGES BRIGHT.The cowardly manner. Senator Tallaferro I J. R. ABRAMS. R. E. L. McFARLIN.' '
I5.l .. Hvlrkrr. CncnawMtOTi. ;
'....._ ; A.
A "_. Ll; Clark awl ..,Iller .) and his supporter have ever carefully For Justice of Supreme Court (Vote JOHN R. ONEAL.J. For Justice of the Poaeo ThM> District. i

:f ..arms M.ataacOlT following Information regardIng refrained from the use of such dlshoogrecefnl for thf'H- M. WILLIAMS. R. J. CHILI2N WORTS. J

; ooorr or EVKKTH JCDICIUciBTcrt. method of warfare and they For Justice of the Pe Ninth District. ,
: rusts la citrus trait and the remedy R. 8. COCKRELL ice. -

.'s a ZMbnHM Da4e"I. dk.r.uVIs.. for same we publish by request, a* profoundly regret the necessity which T. M. SHACKLEFORD. For County Treasurer j

J4 ...tlla<... Jaaca. TUwrllla. Impel the publication of this warning.A H. E. WOOt
suit fit tmUM.r Atturar7-J. U.BUFfS."'...... many grower have failed to preservea i, J. B. WHITFIELD, C H RACLERSON.BEN ALL. "-

; tert..C*< "-LC DHVknrm, Mlaail. copy. H. DOSTER. For Justice of the Peace Tenth.Dte-
rail hnn"ClmU OMIt..-_Os Pin FALSE REPORT. I
.+ Medsy. after fw.nk Mm aT la tiomabOT.ana There are two distinct cause for For ConrnorN. -** ttfet

l <,.*..a. Pled MMHter after Pwutl citrus fruits to look badly and so sell For political purpose ft lau been B. BROW ARD For Tax' Collector : W. 8. HILL .s
M ssda7 ImaarU.DADE. circulated that I am out of the race .
COOSTT COVET.t'o. for a lower price to the market In C. M. BROWN. W. J:. NORTON. J C GRAMUNO. j
Such I not
for sheriff of Dad. county. *
Jedae-AW. L U..".... "1a.L the grove about Miami w. have only J R. W. DAVIS.D. R. B. McLENDON. For Justice of the Peace Thirteen. !* 9
.t7 Intend to IB to the flush -
and I stay
true
.... .
,
&ii.rne7-J. T. Haa Mtartrat of W. G. District
r.c one of these difficulties, the rusting H. MAYS.Ftr DEBERRY.
a Ja i of''
wtwt hnnI't"I. M..da7 sr7. and have excellent prospect
,..-I.. __ Mnaxlar la AorIL| the fruit. This disease of the fruit Is CHARLES PEACOCK. H.J. BURKHART. ;
s.a.ii.c-Phiut Mawlar U Jut",. being the high man la the IIntprtiDat'\j jI For
..u Tcrai-rim M...!.' !. OrMwr.V. to common that Florida russet are the \> Secretary of State- T. N. G UTlER. Constable for Second District.

." LJDOPFLCLAIUeY1LLLf I I quoted regularly to the market Unfortunately will appreciate J. E. BROOME. ALLEN HENDERSON.: )
... I friend and their denial of this ampaiP : !
,'" ;. ...("11.- atQ.,1toI -. I russets are quoted lower H. C. CRAWFORD For County Assessor of TaxesCEO. For Constable for Thrd District

.. >I_ aeaa.?. i, than bright From a practical stand- Us } B. F. KIRK. 0. BUTLER. H. A. CARLISLE.RIBERT :.
';. CRDtCB PttECniBT.apncr.Oaraor J. If. Williams, I 1
I' have CEO L. MCDONALD. HANONG.FRA1'I
-. point every russet might gone .
$ a-O." !tea tr.riAuaneurauuiria- Candidate for Sheriff
p..a.Iyl eWrf$.ia7 .neUws et'.II..t .'rlnekfgaJa Into he market as a bright If the proper i Far Attorney General C. L. XIMANIES. [ CARLISLE.
.
.. !
.. B.pttd Y..rPwr..re
at e
wio.i
a"u..... .. a.: ....__In._ I I remedy had been applied at the THE COMMISSIONERS' STATEMENTOn W. H. ELLIS. C P. KETC I.F.
...e..........'IIICI" ;W."* ...........TWD. r_.... : right time. I A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS. For Prosecuting AttorneyH. | For Constable for Tenth District. ]

.. The cause of the rusting of the citrus r. ATKINSON. I G. L. CHANDLER J
r.- MgTRU.. t.r ee Awita.f the sixth page of the paper will
aa4 as wwt-rraim....uaa Wntawia fruits are due to a microscopic 'or Comptroller- JAMES T. SANDERS. L. M. NICHOLSON t
.. l.zs .._; S,i.Ur ..- at MVMM be found a clean cut concise statement 1
>> >kiM at II ...-, tpwani .uw M I,..aav animals that puncture the oil glands X C CROOM. ROBT. TAYLOR s
Comlssloner to
the va-
e'uv.enn. by County a* CVRES COUGHS AND '
.-.I..C.- 1'MIar. located In the rind of the fruit. As a COLDS 4J
2 ions matters la which the people of
,,.'.. Osier Awt C..... 110 result of this puncturing the orange For State Treasurer-- :.
r be much Interested
M. t r the county profess to so For County Judge Mr*. C. Peterson m
.. ,..tP.s.SI.stlle'4l 1- a atPraarktM h "'.-d.' rind take on a rusty or a dark color. w. v. KNOTT. Lake St, Topeka. L.
ti.asl 141 sear M m' a ava. Just now. A E. HEYSER. Kansas :
says: -Of all the eoexfc'Tremedie
s"
The variation in color I* largely due !
.: 1pe..rtk lies!. ea$ ..; Joke Epwertl A* the Metropolis ha* before stated H. B. SAUNDERS, Jr. Ballard'
lass..mPrsyw -:;: :: W.dmdas. to a variation la the severity of at- for State Superintendent of Public In- Horehonad Syrup(
; .I.tux ie/ark; ALA.Me.r..PasTt. the people hare all along been furnished I II my favorite; It ha done sad will
'k. structionW. -

:-t... .+ y,........ P. It..A'.._ B sad ISISt..etMoe. ta Since we know what causes this rustIng with full and complete statements done''I'I H. HOLLOW.. For County Superintendent of Public I do all that I* claimed for It-to speedily .
Pmser. 11 .'eisk; ":oa ..bats! t* a. a> E riliHI franr tzs: : WMoo we ran apply a rational remedy. with the county fund W. N. SHEATS.
lap *aim T ja. H<4r EarkarM avpn In The mliroMcopic mite which i* knownas R. E. HALL sweet IUd pleasant. to the taste
,.- Hr aM thlri =-a.t: itt sad Fortk .t Can Ph ", Citri. begins Its depredations For Commissioner of A&TIt'IIltu.-: JAMES C. HARRIS. fOe 11.00 bottle mold by Red .
.. < ew..>l-J>.... S L PII......, Dieter ) pu. be appreciated and understood by I E. B. KING. Voss Pharmacy. .
the fruit U well set. B. E. McLJN.
noon a*
.....rruu4>. tits tn.t sad A...._. A- an those who honestly desire Information I .
-
.... .... till.elarkTTTTT be applied earlyIn -
M +far""'n amnliif HO the remedy must ,
.ia M iv.OB. although It will not Mop the mouth Judging from the tone of that Moatlcello -
.. >
< y *. :. rBM. PaMnr.f the season If the rust mite be present or effort of the hungry political fellow Kor Railroad Commlsslor-er- F.oI' Supervisor of Registration rally
last
I Monday. Senator
Tal-
i.li>. tntxlnaitTT.. art. at Mr- : One application I* usually undent I who are tiring to defeat the B. L. MORGAN. J. t. lil'KTESHAW. ..
t. P.Omfa at r >..... *. v*. sad Rat Wilt If the work has not been I,, iaferro I I. by no means as dead overJeffernon
fir : but M W UOODE.
>Tt..ika>. 0'""$..... present<< commissioners. These fellowsre ; 1
;... thoroughly done It will be accessary to seeking far Adjutant-General county as some people world
)(UK BOARD Or TRADE. not after fact*-they are not -

-' l repeat It. The best substance used to for truth they Imply want their J. C R. FOSTER. For Coa ty 'ommluIOll..rFlm have. us believe.

h..lde.t, WUIiajB MVtraPrwidanl. ...... keep orange aad other citru fruit partisan. friend* la office, and will try ALLEN THOMAS. District

JI'tra& T. V. Moor bright Is Sulphur Spray. There are to bring this about no matter what ] F. C. A1CHER. A THOUGHTFUL MAN. \
,....d TV' -....aM.... J. B. Lum.rB.oarr. .. several of msfcng this solution Por State Chemtot
way
good accounting the old board may M. R. JOHNS.
6. T. Blacfcana: i iFor
R. E. ROSE.or .
but the following method will be found j
iI
'. TTMMTOT. B. B. TMaa make. I t I )1.)1. Austin, of "W iachester. tad.
Beare wt O..ra.eaW.. X Bn.... most desirable for making for home This statement show that K miles I
<- Presidential E\frtOI'I- County Commissioner-Second knew what to do la the hour of need
E. Heyr -
__ A
Moore. ,. B. La constructed
T. T. use: of main road have Lees : I
J. B. RaiUjr. F. W. Haha. W. W. Flowers<< of sulphur .... ... ... .IS Ib*. that not a dollar of the bond money H. B. BAILEY. Di-trirt- His wife had swh aa naosual ease of

Pee:, J..... BeweO.BTANDINO .COMMITTEES.LAWAna 'Caustic soda . . .. ..... ..1* Ibs. was used on side roads; that the court T. A. JENNiNGS GEO. W. LAINHART. otomaeh aad liver trouble physMas
I
*. W. R ; "" *- B. C: Water . . .. ......... ..2 gallon four* and Jail are ak.: that there J. B. C. KOONCEA. E. H. DIMICK. could not help her. He thought of

llmads,.. J_nm T.; Bermow, K. H.: Place the flower of sulphur la a :s money to meet all warrant limned I B. NEWTON I'land tned Dr. King's New Lit Pills

WaHer. O. ABRIUOEBBa11.7. Backna. FW.t wooden tab large enough to hold to date and over $3.0iiO due the ronnty I Ib F. B. STOXEMAN. For County CommissionerThird and she got relief at once and was
B. M:
twenty gallons Pour to the two gal- be used In road works Dlrtilct- dually eared Only ZSc. at all drugJnddng -
C. J. Frederick.J. the city to
H..... F. W.; Roa* ; i
8. kras of water and stir until ell of the the spec end of the county. ,i For Delegates at Large National Convention R. E. MCDONALD.T. C'aU;

HEALTH AND SANITARY-Iackma. '!sulphur I* wet. Then add the caustic The statement will be u gratifying !: WINFIELD..

a J. U. Jr; ProuL W. W.; !:aloe. IHIVm4 soda and mix thoroughly I with the one to the friends of the commissioni ,, T. J. APPLET ARD. from his excellent addresseilvered

RITER8>; FkuiaaM.AND R.HARD'p ; King.ftSOaCJirlde.Cba H. M. I sulphur paste. In a few minutes It i and one with which no falr-mlnd- CLACDE W. J. H1LLMAN.L'ENGLE. For County ('ommis.lonerFourthiilatl I In Palatka. Mr. TallaferroIs

*. H.; Ra..... Bd..aM C.; Talma I iWomr* very hot, turn brown an1 rd. honest man can find fault; Id- a speaker a* well as a worker.A .

B E : Bhaaakaa K. become. a liquid. Stir thoroughlyand but t"wllo have been clamoring A. P. JORDAN JOHN SEWELL.A. i iI

RAILROADS AilD FREIOHTSFra add enough water to lII. ten 1..11I clamor stllL JOHN S. BEARD LEE ALLEN. I GREAT SE.'SAITON.
D. Lu.......
r. K. U;. LeIC. ; gallon Pour off the sediment<< and T. E. BRYAN.W. i _
E.; Cnrln. Wav W.. McDonald, J. A. I J. ,
y BRYAN
I II !
CHARTTIEB-BylngtMk E. T.! ChatBB keep the liquid In a tight keg A DANDY FOR BURNS.Dr. There 'was a big seasathm IB Leeevllle -

*. 1. R: Douglas.'K.'! &: Oautler. T. Of this stock solution use one or two C. A.' CARSON For County Commissioner Fifth i lad. when W. H. Brown of that

V : Xl. u.laa..C. L, 'quarts to fifty gallons of water, for I II I Bergln. Elgin in. write: "Ihave CLEON A. STEPHENS. Dirt net- I Mace who was expected to die, had
AQRcrt.TtRE.-BUckuin.. Y.: I '8. A. BELCHER.
A. I rust mite Young scale Insects and 1i ] used Ballard1. Snow Liniment hi* life saved by Dr. King's New Discovery -
GrHT.ng. ,
__ F. B-; Tatum. i. H; "or Delegate National Convention E. O. TWEEDELL.
M ; 0... J. il:. [ red spider may also be rand with It. !!i sways recommended It to my friend.. for CooiumptloSL H. writes:

PUBLIC BCILDTNGS-Horner. W.; 'For them use four to six quart lo !I''a* I am confident there I IJI no better Second Congressional District I "I endured insufferable agoale from I

Bcvan. H. C.: DMll,. J. B.; ar..*IL fifty gallon of water.If '' lads 'It I* B dandy for burns.: Thoserho D. L. GAPLDEN. For Members Board of Public Instruction. Asthma but your New Discovery gave

}*m: Wteh H. T.MANTFACTURESFrlaaall.. Ola c.: the caustic soda and flower of live on firm are especially liable D. N BATCH ELOR. First District | me Immediate relief and soon thereafter

...... T. T.; Onm4 J. X; 11........ R. sulphur are not kept by the local deal- to many accidental cuts, bum*. brulse J.T. E.S. T.ANDERSON BOWDEN.IT W. L. WIDEMEYER. effected a complete cure." Similar

f i R. b' J. R.KDVCATIONALBuTdia. l<-n la fmllliers, they can be ordered mulch heal rapidly! when Ballard'fSnow ELI SIMS. cure of consumption .....-1&.

<< *. W. M.; from E. O. Painter *: Co. Jackson '' Liniment I* applied. It should .. For Members B..H of Public Instruc bronchitis and grip are numerous.,

n.... W W.; OaMlar. Radmimd. 0 B..Kmlth, rUle Wilson *: Toomer. and other alway* be kept In the house for case .' Members at lArge, State Committee tine. Second District.E i It'. the peerlru remedy for all throat
U ....nor. J :
A.
., LaJKIIe.Kolb. A.; J.IWMiORAT10YtB. houses la that citv. The sulphur cost* of emft'PDC-. We, $1 W bXtle. W. J. PARRISH.For and lung t-onble Price SOe and 11.00.

l.r.: l a e k m a .. E V. about five rents pound and the cam-' '' For sale by Red Croc Pharmacy (Vote for Thirteen.) M m'.n Board of Public Instruction Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial

__ F..B. Tacuav J. H, Dora. J. KHVMT. !''tic soda about 19 cents a pound In dw R. B. GARXETT. Third District oWe tree. t

<. W.CMTKRTAIKMXNT..Rbodes.. ---- W. W. FARMER W. M.
Jacksonville. BURDINE
R. W.
;
end giant lye are sometime amount of labor required makes ti GEO. L.BXHL.B Some of Senator TaJlaf_'. critic
c. OertlntaB. C. H.; IIeIn7. Ball potash -
H.
.. 1 rlttac.-a: $,w.11.;Joint.ADTIRTIBINOl.Msm.. used Instead of caustic soda but I.... devlratole unle' it Is to be produced N. MATHES. For County Member State Commltle- I""ay that be has "slept on his rights."

B. 8.1jnik 11.54 either so cannot give on a large scale as for commercialparpoea. D. V FLETCHER.
i_ I have sot tuned E. N. DIMICK. I Well they were his, at all events" and
B. T.' Blat1I.". N. A. BUTCH.
F. B.: Brtagtek. their value for this .
K. F. aa opinion u to F. B. STONEMAN.For I he was Justified In doing as he liked
C T.: Hethertagtesw P. H. ROLFS K. B. RACLERSON.W .
The fun Hat eI R1.Wrg sumberlagIety l"rpose. with them. If he had monkeyed with
-
cheaper notation maybe Plb.it Patholo >>t. )I. MILTON JR.
somewhat
A
to an are as follows: by boiling lime*'salt .udsalphnr Tropical Laboratory V. 8. Departmentof J. M. LAMAR Fish and Game Warden some other men's rights. It would t,-'e
Jaduoa. J. M. Jr. prepared
PMo.W. R t. but the additional Agriculture. Miami. Fla. i H. L. DODD. E. A. GRAHAM. been somethlag else.
J [ to water
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,a certificate of exemption for the twoyears. | date for the office of Clerk of the OrI INSPECTORS APPOINTED.

OFFICIAL I cult court subject to the action of the
: PRIMARY ELECTION
CALL FOR
y r > s Q Democratic party. Primary elocUaa May
,, PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. 1* tail The meeting was called to'order by

True professions --- ----- In order to be qualified to vote at thei, d J. S. FREDERICK.FOR Chairman Filer In the city haIl.,.,M.amL.

I primary election on May 10th or June Fla. at p. m.. April 11. 1904.
Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May
i|: 7. 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903() I TAX COIXECTOR. The following members were present

1 10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County. '1 must be paid on or before S o'clock P.i I hereby announce myself a candidate in person or by proxy X...... Joke

I i M. Friday. April 29. 1904 (tea day before for the office of tax collector of Jones, Potter la man. King Ball
I
I I I i' the first primary election). I Dade County subject to the action of !i Filer Burteshaw. and Kirkmaa.

:Q.tt.rsoxa: do n..9 I A meeting of the County Democratic law; and shall at once forward the;i i I II' I the coming: Democratic primary. Upon motion Mr. Bull was' elected.

AT LAW. Executive Committee for Dad county returns to the Chairman of the County I iI I NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. dw T. N. GAUTIER. acting secretary.The .

ATTORNEYS j Florid, was held at Miami. Florida Executive Committee.The minutes of the last meeting wars

Will......la all souta UM *.* ... onl j 1 ton the UUi day of April. A. D. 104. assessment to be paid by the Notice I* hereby given that the Ree'l. FOR STATE'S ATTORNET. read end approved.The .
....< ertaettefU4 istration Book of Dad County
ep.e4aI r.etlIU.al. I pursuant to adjournment various candidate shall be as follow: I'i I hereby respectfully announce myself call for primary wan amended

TtttM.rO. I The following amended call for a Representative ....... ........ Ill 001! the primary election to be held May 10. as a candidate for the office of as follows:

oin. Miami. Pia. I primary election wai adopted to-wit: Senator ............ .......... IS 00 1904. win be opened la the several State1 Attorney of the Seventh 'Judicial See official call oa third pag*.

p T. 8XAQ08. M. D, I Notice U hereby given that there Sheriff ....... ..... ........... U Ml| election districts of Dad county, Florida i I Circuit, subKf to the vote 'of A motion was mad by Mr. Kirkmaa

will be a Democratic Primary Eelee- I Clerk of the Orcult Court...... 3000. on the 29th day of March A. D. I I Democratic primary to nominate>> county commissioner

omee wttfe yak Bod.tme Cms
contra** C ,I tricu of Dade county Florida. on May Tax Collector ................. 25 00 day of April. A. D. 1904. districts. Sam was defeated by a

MIAMI. FLORIDA. I 10th. 1904. and if necessary on June County Treasurer ............. SO 00 Tij following persons are hereby FOR COUNTY SCHOOL 1U 'LRINTIN- :, vote of t to J.

7th. 104, for the nomination of all County Judge ................. IS 00 I: appointed i-'jjtt ..aI.ir>tlon 'fiivrtir {I DCNT. A communication from a meeting of

D>< j..M. JACXSOK. J$., 'I Democratic candidate State and county County Attorney .............. 10 00 I tl.e s<.>ve O .ro"-It district, to- tor I hereby opsrateDdoat announce of myself Public a Instruction.....sag > candidate held In Miami May 19 1994,

t to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction wit of Dade County subject te tile wm ., .as read and discussed by various eaaj -

ornci: electors at the General Election to be ...... .. ......... 100 Number One Stuart-W. G. Parks. die '"tenI' be expressed at the j dldate before the committee. finally

HOTEL BISCAY BLOCK, AVE. D. held November Sth. 1904, and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... I 00 Number Two. Jupiter-R. E. L. Me- approaching DomoonUe trfau7.1actIoa. the following Inspector, clerks, and :

MIAML FLORIDA. by the Democratic Governorof Supervisor of Registration..... I 00 Farland. dw B. J Miami:. KALI Fla. polling place were decided upon for

the State between the date of bold- Member of County School B'rd. I 00 Number Three, West Palm BeachE. i the following precincts.

QR- W. B. RUSH lot inch primary election and the boldIng Justice. of the Peace.......... I 00 H. Dimick. FOrt TAX ASSESSOR.I I No. Inspectors, Geo. McPherson.

stro.t'Phone M. of the primary election A. D. 1904, Constable ..................... I 00 Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) hereby annonnes myself a* a I Ernest Stypmao, J. M. Enals; Nat
Office W-lttb and of a Democratic candidate for Cullen Pence. i H. W. Hessey; polling place, store *| '
BHlde.IOth Street and Avenue County Fish and Game Warden 100 I CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of
: a.'naooe n-IRe United State Senator to be Toted for All candidates are required to file a Number five Delray-H. J. Sterling. Dad) County subject to the action bf Miss Walter Kitehlng. ..{

MIA III. FLA. I by the Democratic member of the Leg Number Sox Pompano. Cavender. r No. Inspectors, E. Edwards J. B.Islar I
written application to hare his name tile Democratic: primary.d .
: islature of the State o fFlorida. at IU Henry Brooker; clerk. E. C. Miller .;
Number Fort Landerdale W.M. .
Seven .
the official ballot -
appear upon on C. L. XIMANIES. : .
r. w. BACICUS..RCxrrECT.. I
session in A. D. 1906. ; polling place school houa ;
blanks furnished by the Committee Marshall.
The following officers are to be nominated No. Inspectors., H. L. HUlier. LI
Details Made accompanied with the fee above set Number Eight. Ojos-J. W. Ivea. ,
; and FOR STATE
Wans Specifications at said primary election to-wlt: SENA 1 OR. I W. Burkhardt. N. H. Butch; clad J
'I
for BolMInn of All Kinds: Fine I forth with S. U Patterson Secretaryof N.INta.., Lemon Otr-WarI'ft' I hereby .
,p'J'"" Residences a Specialty.Orrice. 1 United States Senator. the County Democratic Executive MitchelL announce myself a a candidate !- i W. Comstock; polling place. clu
1 Representative in Congress. Second i for State Senator fn-n the Thirteenth house.
1315. AYEXUE D. Committee on or before the list day Numb+"r Tea. Miami C. D. Leffler. "
Senatorial
District
of
Congressional District Florida, No. Inspectors., W. H. Cox. C. A. :
of April. A. D. 104. Number Eleven, Cocoanut: G -
1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the subject to the will of the Democratic Mall. Jess Daughtry; clerk CuHta '

DL J. Z. C1W'D full term of six Ian.J This April. llth. 1)04.W. i A. T. Carter. party to be expressed at the primary Peace; polling place,. school 11,1"; -
A.
Filer .
Number Twelve, Cutler-D.CBrown.' ,
Justice of the Supreme Court election May 10. 1JOt. No. S- Inspector. J. E. Chamber

DENTIST. 1 Governor. Attest George: P. Bull.Secretary. Chairman. j Number Thirteen Sliver PalmC.W. r. M HUDSON I. B. Taylor T. M. McRae; clad H. y

Me I* Wstoo*MMtM. "uthsM McNr M 1 Secretary of State .' HIU. 11b1.... Fla. P. Hodge; polling place school ....*.
tem.QUALIFICATION ;
D and 1--
Avoaoo pro I
MIAMI. FLOIEDA. 1 AttorneyGeneral.t OF VOTERS. Number Fourteen De.-field. W. I No. Inspectors, Z. Cavender. Jan.Umstoad. '1

Sullivan. R. F. Saxon clerk W. B.
Comptroller. First PriIlUP-TaeaclaT. May 10 FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNET. ; 1
j This March IX 1904. CasseU; polling place, Hardee's store
1 Treasurer. 1904. hereby announce myself a* : eaadl-
Hone SeekersAttea6oa. Public Instruction A. T. CARTER for the office of No. laspectora, R. A. Bryan W. '
: 1 Superintendent of Second Primary-Tuesday. Jai 7, date Prosecuting Attorney .r
Supervisor Rsgteuatioa. Dad Co. Fla. L. D. CTNeai
1904. for Dade county. subject to the Brackwell. ; clerk Trash

... J interest Commissioner of Agriculture. approaching Democratic primary lection. Stmnahan; polling place Stru aa'. '
..... Yo will find rt to your 1 General Election-Tuesday November balL -
new
t* call oa me before investinf 1 Railroad Commissioner. H. r. ATKINSON. =
Furnished houses and room to 1 Adjutant-General I.' 1904. I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. I Miami Fl*.I I No. Inspectors.. H. Padgett J. r. il;:

reaL Real bargains in real estate. The registration book for the primary 1'1.' ._ J. W. Ivos; clerk R. Cotaron; ,
1 State Chemist. i
city Bad country. Insurance taxes. election will be opened U each polling place, school hour t
1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.I t-
cpUectiona, etc.. attested to. I election district U this county on Aee..eeme.ta will be Inserted ta the No. laspoctors.. J. S. PardM. A.W.
authonimpBM Judicial Circuit Dally and weekly Metropolis for tea ...-
have a special license March 29. 1JM. and wm be kept open Cromartl. J. S. Peters; clerk. J. B.! F
all kinds legal transfer 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial ian er fat either edition for Eve doUars.CuwttdtsM hereby announce myself u a candidate -
to prepare day Sundays xoepted.. mntfl the Pendleton; polling place, school .
every for Cxmtf CMutiMioMnsad
ol real estate Low fees. Circuit for Justice of the Peace In District ,';
which members .( the beard will be No. 10-Inspector L.
Ztth day of April. 1904. at Urn school No. 10. and respectfully ask the A. Osbora. J.
Prompt atte.tioa.C. CARROL 1 Prosecuting Attorney. they will be closed. charted WM-kalf these assevats. support of the voter IB said district I M. Bardiae. Frank Jandon; clerk M. R.,
Thirteenth Senatorial Mo Mt Inserted ata paid
I State Senator aa ; Notary Public. The registration boots will not be .... m d. William S. HIll Kellum; polling place,. city hall. .
, ]M ATE. D. VEAK 8ECOWD IT. District. reopened for the second primary elec No. 11-Inspector*, Jackson Pea ,
' I I 1 Member of the House of Repress John J
tion. FOM COUNTY TRKASUKKR. I hereby announce myself a candidate cock McKiule. J. W. Galloway:

e R4 liabl8Gr.d..W I I tatlvea. All persons nay register who are I: for re-election a* Justice of the I clerk Fletcher Albury; polling place.

0tlctanW.CMAYNARD.. I I I 1 County Jndg citizens, whether they have paid their : T. the Democrat Voter ef Dade Oouatjr. Peace in this the 10th district As I Old Hardee boaNo. -. "
1 Sheriff. Florida: ,
poll taxes or not: but they cannot vote I am now serving In this capacity I Inspectors, W. A. Cooper. J. ',,
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. I hereby aiu.ow ./ rif a eaadMstefor .I Ceo.
Stlnehouser. W. J.
._D, S.*&U ysa Ode I I unless their poll taxes which nay be I It re-">ctloa ts the emee e( TraeMnr would appreciate an endorsement III. Dougherty:
1 County Assessor of Taxe Ceo. W. '
clerk. MuodM ,
Ousct lemtiliFlttsi: legally due are paid a* provided b* of Do Cwuitjr. Florida subject to the accordance with the Democratic principles t, ; polling place, .. ;"
'
ti 1 Tax Collector. t Brown A Moodle'
I UI C majority of the Demooatlsvoters warehouse. \
a a of returning *or a second terman I
law.
I iteko, OKIS, Jewelerj. It 1 County Superintendent\ of Public Instruction. 1 sa *m be expressed ts the Deotoeratle No. Inspectors, Henry 0-... e 'f!
/ POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. : incumbent who baa satisfactorilyfilled > a
primary May M. UN. '
Ernest .
Mall Will Anderson; clerk C.
. --- Payment of poll taxes for 1902 and C. H. RAUJ.J 80M. the office .. r
GEO. L. MCDONALD 1 Surveyor. 1903 Is a prerequisite to voting at all I| dw Miami. Fla. d John C. Gramllng. W. Hill; polling pl..acbool house ,1I
t. 1 County Treasurer I I No. Inspectors.. J. W. Saxon W. { 1
elections this
CITII &JIeer i County Commissioners. EXEMPTIONS.The year. 'I A. E. HICTI--;;: I FOR STATE SENATE. & Blanton. W. R Slstrnnk; clerk J. 'i

......... ... ..W1_... Lt'". a cpMnMT 1 Members of the County Board of candidate for I hereby announce my canddacy for C. Holly; polling place, school hoe... a:. _e m
following condition
COCOAS! OROVTC. FLA. PubUc Instruction. exempt dw County JDcIp.I{I State Senator from the Thirteenth It was moved and carried that name 1

1 Jostles of the Peace IB and for Districts person from the payment of capitation Senatorial District of Florida, subjectto : of candidate for members of the eounty .;

No. 1. 2. S. 4. (. 6. T. 11. 11, or poll taxes: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. the will of the Democrats of Brevard executive committee be placed oaI !:"

J. A. DAN/N. i 10. 11. U and U. First-Any one who has lost. a limb The many friends and supporter of and Dadecountles tb be expressed at I the regular ballot ;J.y

) l01I weevers as+r...+........ I 1 Constable IB and for Districts No* la battle. I the prevent member of the Board of. the primary etectiorj May 10th. 1904. J' It was also moved and carried that ;.

--.v l'I r 1. 2. 2. 4. i, C. 7. 11. 9. 10. 11. U Second Any one wan was IS year ; County Commissioner for Dad ,' M. Seabrook Sam. candidates for game warden be placed .1

ieihtr N weir.... I and U. of ace on or before December 31. 1901. county bare prevailed upon them to |I Courte..,. Brevard Cow Fla. 'OD the regular ballot and the candidates '

... s.on...... i Presidential Elector Third Any one becoming of ate (%11J&I'D .:and for re-election. and hereby present for said office be amused $1 04.

I"..... lid 4 Delegates at Large to National Con' old) on or after January, 1t03.// their name, as follows: F. C.Alcher. FOR NATIONAL_DELEGATE.I Mr. Johns, of Precinct No. 1 handed
I
vention. Fourth Any one who bad George W. Lainhart. R. E In his resignation as a member of the "
I I am a candidate for the position of
5 District Delegates. resident of this State, and county .JIll( McDonald. John Sewell and L. A. the committee and the same was accepted.
delegate to National Democratic
m0LE13 1ONETMDTARI or after January L 1903. |i A uotlon was made and carried that
.. II Member at Large of State Commit- Belcher to the voter at the Democratic Convention at St Louis, Mo., for See- ;
Inspectors and clerks be
I tee.i If properly registered any of the I primary of May 10, 1904. I III and Congressional District. I am permitted 'I''d.,. paid $2.00 per

.1 i 1 County Member of State Committee. ': above can rote at all elections State. I !; to refer to the entire Democracyof
GOING I I I The next meeting of the
commltt
ARE YOU Member National Committee. i IUd county held this year withoutpcjlng FOR SHERIFF.To Orange county regarding my stand-I'.
''I was called for April 21, 1164.i .
West ? Supervisor of Registration. any poll or capitation tax. Ing as a Democrat and if I am fortunate i
North or i There **>r< no further business a :
the Democrat K Dade Coat-
voter
I 1 County Fish and Game Warden PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS.. enough to have your aid 111'' motion
Ty. FJorida: was made and carried to ad- .
t Member of Dade County Democratic Persons under the following condition I fby aaaounoo ssysolf a fandviets Dade county at the election I shall jours

LonisYille &:Nashville Executive Committee IB and for will be liable for one poll tax for re-el.etlow to tbo offles of nMrltf el greatly appreciate It, and can assure ,' GEO. P. BULL.

Predneu N 12, *. 4. g. t, 7. a, only for 1902 or 1903. a* the ease maybe Dade Co wty. Florida object to the you Orange county Democrats will also | Secretary Pro Tem.
will ., the majority .( tno PtaioersH ]
RailroadOften I 9. 10. 11. IX i'. and 14. : appreciate It I Ii i
i voters as wm W -pim il ta the Deed ;
excelled passenger senile The rule governing said prtmar Any one who became 55 year of | j omae primary to bo hew Mar M, MS4. i Very truly yours BALLARD'd HOREHOUND SYRUP I

Modern train currying Pullman 'election shall be the same a* those J during 1902 will be required to pay $1 : dw JOHN FROHOCK. I i, V. N. Bachelor. >I ImeediatIy relieve hoarse croupy ,

deepen, fun-to-date eoaebe. free re- adopted by the Democratic Executive I for account of poD tax for that year Winter Park Fla. : cough, oppressed rattling rasping _

eliniac cams ears and diala* can I Committee at their meeting held tai 1 Any one who may become of age (II! I hereby announce myself as a eant I FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN. ': and difficult breathing. Henry \- .,-

between northern and _Clam cities. i Jacksonville, on January 224. 1904 for yean old) at any Urn during 1902 t dldate for Sheriff of Dade county. I mmw w I Stearns druggist Shnllsbnrg. "1...

Tb facet dining oar service I. the I governing State primaries, so far as I will be required to pay $1 for poll tax t Florida, at the next Democratic primary I hereby announce myself a candid-i writ-.. May :2r.. 1901: "I have been 1

Month.AH Ticket ria the same will be applicable to the for the year 1903. I and ask for the votes of my ate for the posllon of Fish and Game selling Balla.ds Horebound Syrup for i

Agents Ball Through county primary. Those and only those Any one becoming a resident of this, fellow Democrats and those who will Warden of Dad county subject to the ;> two years, and have never had a rreparation ".'

L.&N. persons shall be permitted to become I State and county during 1903 will be, I be qualified to becoue voter- at thai action of the Democratic pasty, primary i{ that has given bette- sttlsfaelion. '

candidate before, or vote at or participate i primary. I promise, if elected to faithj election May 10. 1904.Edward : 1 notlcs that when I sell a bottle
< schedule and sleeping ear ; liable for the poll tax for 1903.
{
Mr rate reservation, apply to I In tbemanagement of said primary II j fully pert >rm the many duties of this A. Graham. they com back for more. I can honlestly -
(j. WHO ARE LIABLE: TO POLL TAX. ;
, election who declare their ad-*j recommend It" 25e, SOc $1.00.<
J. M. Fleming. I AU male Inhabitants who
nerenee to the principles and organisation .ate I responsible office. FOR CONSTABLE. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. .
,
r oUaWMtW AjWO* yean cf age and were under SS 7 I
.l nofMaWS Wwi Bay Veer of the Democratic party Na- J. M. WILLIAMS. -i i; '.dw ;
: __. is Of age December, : 31. 190L
tloraL.b State and county who are by
Palm Beach Fla. I hereby announce myself a* a candidate -
the law of the State lawful lector Any on* Incoming a resident of this I for the i office of Constable la When a woman admit that her ;j

lOtEY5l1ONEYADTAlt of the election districts in which they ,t State and. county prior to January L, I FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.4.u 'I district No. 10.[promlailic If elected to.: child ha a disposition like ILl father

offer to rote, who have paid their poll i 1902. will be required to pay poll I hereby aaaowos myself a* a .... I faithfully discharge the duties of said .i this I* an admission on her part that

...v .., ---.- .. ..... taxes legally due not lee than ten for 1902 and 1101.J jdato for the ottro of Clerk: of the CJr- office, subject to Democratic 'th* child I* not perfectA
(' colt Court of 0... CoMty. oobjoet *s primary ,
U become
they a resident after Jan
day before said primary election and 'the action of the DMBoermtto prtm ry.f May 10. I

60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE a ho shall, when challenged by an elecj j'.!wry L 1902. and before January 1.f I jdw E.: L. WHITK. d L. )Nicholson' i man, who ha* never stood againsta

'tar pledge In writing upon oath be- 1903. they yiU be required pay poll 1 January to vita bar. and builds railroads, doesn't

fun any Inspector, to abide by and ,, tax for 1903 only.I know what sadden wealth ...

I' I support the resml: of such primary and j I i Any one reaching their majority mean t take tblc <....bud te Inform the ...- HEALTH IS TOOTH.

the nominee thereof. ) on or after January L 1902. WIll '|Tee. sf Dade .junty that I wl be a eanol FOR
support .... .. i Disease and Sickness
ate for .... to the vfllro of Clorkof Bring Old Ag*.
1 Th polls shall be opened and closed be subject to payment of roll jas for { the Oreon Cowl object te the acden UNITED -

TIUIDC MAMa I jst.i the several election districts at thet t'j1903. i lei the Piiaiinistlu prtaarlos. May M, STATES, SENATOR, Heroine taken every morning before

DntUS loan bed by the general election law. i iI ,i It an ease of exemption of a voter pr-.l..ne If elected te psrfbrm the .* -
C--&c i. I 14. ., tbo ....... ta VOTE FOR I breakfast win keep yon in robust
bo tutus as m the
named
As..w..e._..._ I The following person are her from payment of poll taxes a* must i
eai.. .... '..... -c-: :::: fortthe I...4C. te the best of my abOMr. ,I wO ::1 health fit yon to ward off disease. Itcure
:= :: appointed Inspectors and Clerk
__ .. u..z.1. ___ I 1'1 J secure of the supervisor of registrationa I I be !grateful te these wbo win Sees, mme JAMES P. TALUFERRO .
5..5.. lame ::. Smsr.re.... :, seven: election districts: certificate setting forth 1M fact that witb .her votes.dw constipation Mniouane. dyspepsia
t. Mae. a C. sees I
...r5e.q e,err,-.a-Is Wck i (Bee report of committee meeting on I such voter to exempt. If the certificate I E. C. DEARBORN.I WHOM NAMCJ IS COMMONLY PRONOUNCED : fever skin sad liver and Uday -

$ 1ifk JIIeraLb.ae..rr ; exempt the voter from payment of eomplalata. It purifies the blood
rIm pa *.) I I Ij boroby aassnare mr..tt a ......... AS IP IT WAS i I sad clean the complexion. Mrs. a
.e.tc. tr... w poll taxe for both (1902 and ,
pee.e yean
j{ The voting shall be by ballot o* j jI (' for the emee ef dark of the Ckwsst W. Smith Whitney Texas
=:=....eS.S t- dbeau "'=':', !, 1903). If property' registered, be can Overt for Dado Cewaty. Mbjeet te th* SPELLED write Apr.
4UKN: & Ca :; er+1 19' j!d I ticket* famished by the State and j then vote upon presenting to the Inspector -I'I araroaehing Diamiatle prtwry oUotfra. 3. 1902. "I have used Herblne, and Bad

; .I County Executive Committee: and at 1 j jti such eertificat- exemption I ) It the beat medicine for constipation
I dw Z. T. MERELY: and liver trouble It win do an j
youdate
I close of such election the U 1M voter I* ubieet to only one' IITo ii
DMM Ttats, Fla.' for It. I can highly rocommMd
rounKDNEYcon :I I IOn and Clerk shall proceed to Iupeo-I, poll tax either for 1903 or 1903 thesecuring I IYIus 1.- Me a bottle. Sold by Red Cross !

.... s .. ....... ..... i Ute ret IB accordance wit ta semi rule wm apply at to I horeby ssaesnco myself as n .*.. Pharmacy. .
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HON. FRANK CLARK'S SPEECH.Th. CAPTAIN BALL'S STATEMENT.Says IX THE CIRCUIT COCRT OK rllK i I
THE DAILY t'NITED STATES FOR FHC (**'TH- (

ERN DISTRICT OF FU>RIDA. I IIB
I
iKwh| made by Hon. Frank That Capt. Thompson Has Mi
MIAMI METROPOLIS. (('I 1 irk lad night to the voters of Miami Conflicting Tarpon Report I between Biscayne Buy and the Atlantic

Oi--j.. i
.'a. a calm dignified convincing one. JEWELRY STORE
Tb. President of the frilled States of
.... UH> I e.:'. fur sac -p| 5' >slr 0,1: one thai certainly "On'TotH for Ulitor Metropolis America:

.. him/ To John F llorr. Kq., l'nll..t 8tatManhal -*..
f. 1. unm lllrfc( In an interview with your reporter for Southern; I 314..12th Street. .
M. r. m INIENHOK a lie answered the various charges! the Dlntrlrt of I
I last week I complained that fake reports I' Florida: Greeting. I
.: ::: : uhi h hare been made against him by i
/taOJSt.aiaet\'wr.e. Make known to Eln.than T Field. Miry .
;;:::; ; NIsMl.nor <1. Mr llarro to the perfect satisfaction of tarpon catches were being W. Osborn. Frank reborn Sarah C. Os- -
rwtomes M
IB Ik f all and while doing thla he oee_ i i made much to the damage of the sporton I torn Viola I. Osborn. D. D. Hendrlrkson. :
snseosilc'tMTM oar. > ,.. .MM .. >. >. .>.... .... .. ..< .. > . .
.. .. .... ew ani; had to use plain, emphatic lan- the East Coast No names were Susan C Hendrkksun. and Mary W.Osborn. .
BM t e.uwrs s. yabluaee Executrix, and Frank Os-I
.. ... ,. In denouncing most of them uUisoIntHy J.\I.oR.EE BR.O'S.
f
a a6raa.t Fna
01 tb ratted &a.
land
BUB i mentioned but Capt Charlie Tbomp- born Executor, of the last will and te. ', ,
_'10..... .sips.- .......In.1aaII. and unqualifiedly false. I ... .ta.I'
ment of Ezra A. 0. ,,"'. de"'....... I .
..a"" """ ",..D'. per lte.uaM /." Hr! did not wnil to the mire of on thought: the cap fitted so well that all other persons Interested" In the toll...- I KINDER LOU GA..

...". frwar -"'-. dim I.r.-fa.l. malicious lie aa oth- In your Issue of April 311 he makes a In* described land, thatWher.ss I Make

One Year by Mail- . . . .$:;.00 r> Uo but confined his remark to the i lengthy statement claiming that his s petition ..J.. filed In the'aliov '
entitled
4-ttiiM prHlnK the cont I II
8U Months. . . . r. 2.:yTtree 1 l>oliti<.al record of Mr. Ram. showing I reports are all true This makes It | detnnatlon of crrtaln lands for the use j I II

Months, . . . . 1.25 it to lx one of treachery and Incon- I II necessary for me to show grounds for I, .f the t'nllrd 8tat-s. riewrlhe.1 a. f jl- Kinder Lou Crates.

One Week by Carrier. . . .. ..Nne -icifin'> all the way through.The i my assertion. loss (Commencing' s point south'' i .
I'pon his return it degrees 'M minutes went !fiG:; feet from i iI
report of the speech will be early In April fromI I I'b. northeast corner of the nnrthw"wtquarter 1" J\

Iltmi( Printing! Comjurij. fiNind elsewhere in this paper and I a cruise with Ralph Worthington and of section ... In township S4 Chase & Harne)'. Miami

Advertising rates made known 00.pplkaUoo. while not full It will give our reader Dr. Lawton. Captain Thompson reported south range C east, running theme south i Sell-=:::::::::7
to the wrtier In the presVnce, ofI II Ci degrees' Itt minutes eart shout 1ft feet
ida of of the good thing
an Home In the shore. of the Atlantic Venn. thence
TELEPHONE, S1-3R:: I Capt. J. P. Roberts\ that his party -trader: Lou Cratesall
raid. and of the nail he drove Into I following saM .10..... southerly for annul

"0 OFFICE: METROPOLIS Bt'ILDlNG. the political" coffin of Barn the would landed fire tarpon and when Captain l'lr.: feet, thence n
42::! and 434 Twelfth Street Roberts said "tell the truth. Charlie wt (al*>nga line nuntlli1! to sod
i II..> dictator of Florida politic and pol- distant" st rlcht from the northern ..* ... $. ,* *... ..... > > ** *
Opposite Court House. 1 Ilrl". I bow many did you catch? he replied: angles -
boundary of this tract of land being
I "We honestly caught IIn.H... told the
COMPARATIVE DISTANCES.PrusT o described. 1'11/8/ feet shout eo: feet to low

Trrom"lrt The FltU-Frohock crowd are trying same story to several others. In the water mark on Blsrs>*ne BA,.. thence . . . . . . ..' SSS . SSSS **.

Prosi | gy I 1'0 keep their own courage and the enthusiasm I report of the same cruise published In northerly following said low water mark ,
T. T..p. Miauall. W.... .about IW fret thence south 6 decrees
of their barker by offering. the Evening Record April :. he says Restaurant
!. minutes eust lakmg a line parallel to i Epicurean i
Y,1.. 11 n4a JIII. they caught two tarpon 7 feet
one
-- (o bet on the success of their side In and distant st right angles from the
B>,west.TS1: 1"---- long. 44 Inches girth weighing 3>5 southern "n.Lr,. of this tract of land
.anas,. sit ins *l th'- coming. primary This i* always : JOSdJrh'' St
aataar...... : :: :. $41 It inM pounds and one 5 feet long 17 Inches being _Tllied. \ the of tb.ho defeat
tactics see
.. rstl.. W7w t
Bsattc ( I the point of commencement, containing -
(> M H.yt..... r* I .n staring them In the face. girth weighing. 1"0 pounds.In f
I C C acres, more Or Ims. In Dade County. -
c ."..-lab Continuous Service from 6 clack a.sn.. until 10 p. m \
WlasvCteBTMfMlvIt.... P..e.t1710 W4. IMUM ----p- his statemetn In the Metropolis. Florida
I I Therefore. the to .. . ........... . . . . . . . .
Oss* MB Asusi). tnsals M* MZ Editor D B. Sweat, of the Bartowi :::11. he says they caught 2 tarpon onebeing e presents are command

.............. MI 117t.esr Coorler-Informant. ha been granted < feet 10 Inches long Instead of them and each of them, and any
f....... i: and all persons Interested In or having, ----- [ --
I.'.... 114 I .. license to preach the gospel by the 7 feet and the other. fi feet < Inches I ,liens upon said lamia to be and appear K. J. PECK B. M. BAIIK

'Orlando district conference U. B.I long Instead of S feet before the Circuit Court of the rnlted 9

MAY 3. 1904. I jchurch i In session at Fort Uyera. If Now here are three report each States, tar the Southern, District" of Florida PeeK Bailey
st Jacksonville on Monday. June
,: Mr. Sweat develops the aame ability 'differing from the other. The truth Mh. 1''.4. then. and there. to Die any objection BsiUera Hi i %'rsss

A passing event: 'The reign of Jen- aa a preacher that be has a* an editor Is they caught two weighing about thl"mn)'" hare and to show what I j YACHTS., LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS

195 and about 8fI Interest they and each of them may haveIn
pound pounds resI -
he will be a decided auccecs. Here'
_
n sgs. I I the property' herHnbefor described. \ Overhauling and Repairing- Marine Railway.

auccew to him In his high calling. I I pectlrely. and to show cause If any they can why oil Arrow D T MIA ilL FLA

For State senator the people of Dade S-- On his second cruise with the Boggs- mid lands should. not he condemned acinrdlnc I
I
cnnnty win rapport Mr. Saint, who la F. B. Stoneman. the editor of the Burbank party Captain Thompson reported to law to the use of the fulledAisles -- --

a man of the people, a tiller of the aollaod \ Record once a Republican lately aSorlallit. | to the writer In the presence of I : and why' such. proceeding ss Isimnkled . . . . . .
by law should not be had: whya
a man of most excellent character. I* now posing aa the great" i I Max Chamberlain that they had caught Jury nhnuM not he summoned to assess

and ..p'dklabUlty.. Democratic Moses of Dad county. But three tarpon. In the Issue of the Evening the damaces: .why s Jwrta-ment of eondemnstlon -

--o-_ the Democrat of this county will see Record April IS. he reports three should not he entered. upon h e 839 Carlos -
t the renltrt of the said jury In pur u-
The Idea of electing ..('h a man u to It that such rariKored recent political tarpon one being 7 feet long 47 inches ,sare of the Statute In such owe made

A. Lee Allen county' commissioner: In Importation are put on probation {I. girth. The other two ( feet long. In and provided, why such other and further I Formerly\ Sfj;1Q palm potl.

place of Jobs Bewell I. a ridiculous for a time before they are, electedto : the Metropolis of April 30. he says In proreedlncs ss may be provided bylaw
In such caw aa be iwreMMry toenable Corner Avenue B and 11th Street
may
,
three that he
o**. TIM peopl want men of business office.Wonder. regard to these fish
the fnltd States to acquire a perfect
a.*ity la charge of their affair i I caught two tarpon < feet 11 Inches and and fe* simple. title thereto should Gus. A. Muller Proprietor

.. --. _- 0-- I If feet respectively! tn fact he did not be had.Witness .
why it la that the ,
opponent
The laps hare at last settled themselves catch two medium-sized fish. Here", the Honorable Melville W. Full I all the
of Graham King could not find ler. Cnlef Justice of the Supreme Court.. 1 | Open year
: firmly oa the Manchuria aide of 'three more contradictory reports. I of1 I II
a Democrat to run against him and nf the fnlted Stales, and the Seal
tN Ta-lu. If Indications count for In the of April 30. Captain -
any- Metropolis this Court st the City of 1.11\11".1
had to put np a Populist and Socialist I Rates $150 per day add up. Special per week and to Com*
tllaj they will anon have fettled all Thompson also clalnm that Mr. I m said Duitrlrt. on this mtrcial Room.
It la a.n known fact that B. I men. Large Sample
.
R. aiL while : day of April. A. D. 1M4.Sssll t..n..II.1
'Matth.Rultbt twp tarpon
Button U the president of the Socialist < E. I : P. O. box MS -- MIAMI FLA.
with him. The fact Is Mr. Matthewson Clerk. ,
With Oar MetcaJf. the Republican party recently. organized: In this ,did not go fishing with Captain Thompson I : . . . . . . .
city, and yet there are professed Democrats -
and H. Sutton and F. B. Stoneman Socialists son caught two tarpon with Captain ORDER FOR Ft'BLlCATION. I'
who are trying to help elect
on the aide of the opposition, Root on the Badger. This we
him to the legislature. !' C-: ;; Hotel Biscayne
h to safe to say that the straight Democrats I I will not lay up against Certain; Thompson In tile Circuit Seventh Judicial .

of Dade county: will have an easywaover -e- as he has since explained that the Circuit Dade County, Florida I, -I'

in the coming primary. Senator Taliaferro with his eharae- i 1 statement was a mistake on the part I Amelia Ray v* Wade H. Ray, divorce Open from November S. GRAHAM Proprietor

n eristic courtesy and grace invited of the reporter. I It appearing by affidavit appended to 1st to )laj isle _
traveling ma I I. for theatajtement
authority Governor Jennings to be present at Now, from all these contradictory 1 the bill In the above stated cans that ; Corner Avenue O and Twelfth Street
that Governor Jennings did
.. e the rally at Tallrtaiwee Tuesday night statements what will the sportsmen I Wad H. Ray. the defendant therein
Dot have an.audience uf hundred
one but that august gentleman declinedthe of the world think of tbe fishing on f named. I I. non-resident of the State of MIAMI FLORIDA
t+-.... Including negroes at hU
invitation\ on the ground that business the Eat Coast! It not only casts a Florida and la now resident of Portland -
CioeiiTllle meeting. If he baa I
more prevented. No doubt that h* reflection upon the captains, but upon I Oregon and Is over the age of

votes than this liar 18 he shonlC besatl.died did hare -butolo.*.." or, at least madeit all the gentlemen who hare caught twenty-one years; It_ Is therefore ordered Geo. H. Myers,

and contented.. his buHiners to make himself. scarce.In tarpon here, as no Oft4. knows what to I|, that said non-resident defendant

other word be would hare been up believe. be and hi hereby required to appear to
Marshall Field the great' Chicago I
againut the real thing and perfunctorily The truth ia good enough for any the bill of complaint filed In said cause
; Electrical
Demoemir had enough sense to know ito true sportsman and the exact number ou or before Maonday, the

measurements and weight should always June A. D. 19114. otherwise the allegatlons -
Parker Field
dency. am That eom-
If Broward I* a poor man, aa he be given. of said bill will be taken as confessed .

binaUon sounds Rood and more, looks. claims to hI'. who put np the necessary Respectfully. | by said defendant. I / I 13 Avenue C. ';
good. Burn a ticket would New
sweep
,.ash for his printing and postage C. A. Bail.HEADQfARTERS. ,{ It la further ordered that this orderI
ybrk. Indiana and Illinois. Estimates for
bill! A Galnecrllle.. printer ;I lie published once a week for four con .

1 5-- estimates that these two Items I Isecutlve weeks, In the. Miami ), '

Florida in need state mew and a national* her representatives affair alone far exceed the salary he would General Clement A. Evans Camp No. oils (Daily a newspaper published 1:11'; ,' QI'Ekctrl: Light \Wiring. Bell \wiring.

thatwill, be a credit to her fair name receive a* Governor for four years. 471 .'. S. C. V. 't said county and State.

t and not a disgrace. Then don't forget I. It not possible that there. U a M la"l. Fla. May :3. '114.Ord..r j This :nd day of May. IWM. II An.mrhtorVorkand Repairing of all. Kinds.

Ie. one week from toda, to see that Davis 'nigger In the wood pile" In ha! candidacy No. :3.-The members of General E. C Dearborn.

as he charges there Is la that Clement A. Evans Camp>> No. 471I' i Clerk Circuit Court. I II
Tall aferrn and Clark are returned vie- -"-_ 00 00
of Hon. R. W. Darts! Voters should 9. C. V. are ordered to meet In K. i S. O. Fritta. i

iii ton of the spoils.If lie careful about voting: for candidateswho of P. hall Thursday night. May 5th. Deputy Clerk. 2 'Ii,. .

:L the people of Belcher's district.pp. cry "stop thief! stop thief!" for 1!*>4. at ,:311 o'clock. By order : Robert R. Taylor. 1!

nine canes out of ten they are wolves J. C. Abernathy Solicitor for Complainant i
will study the figures a* to the money

expended there they will nee that be Hbreps clothing.-Gainesville Sun, Commander.L. I r $

baa secured' for them a- very liberal --o- R. Bailey Adjt. I iB 1..GI\ G i iWe

.11_. He aught!: to bar* the support
When we take Into considerationthe INLAND! WATER ROITE.A I

nf every taxpayer In his district and splendid work of Senator J... r.TaUlI4'l'rro. rOR i MAY 1t.
In the .
-t county.What his record' of successful Inumlienry i
I. !
Convention Proposed I In June to
(. II and the honorable and honest -
11. If Mr. Flagler should decide to Further the Movement. United States Senatort t will sill strictlyfor
course he has pursued throughouthis :
build arew! resort' farther down the for cash This puts
.. .." term In office the material benefit In reference to the bill Introducedin I in Special
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coast. Some of tie of t us pos'tion to make
from hU
that Florida has eujoyed
for Inland
Congreea. providing
Miami who have grown rich throughthe C.I Vote For
Intelligent work, the friends that he water-way along the Atlantic seaboardand I the very l best prices
be here for .
advantages placed
has In the Senate willing Bad able toro the sted convention In the i and deln er goods; Sale
prop
(11_. would no doubt pick up and follow .. him securing, needsof
|i rate with ; i promptly Call and
the the
Interest of project Wilmington
James P. Taliaferroj
IB his trHI. That would be the"grafter"
our fair State, it I I. the most arrant sill convince
of their nature., Evening Dispatch recently rays: we you OFMen's

1 _; part nonsense to think of changing him for "A. Interstate convention In the'ln- that we can save you I p
n- In he itM t ,
an untried mao, and tow .
terest of the proponed waterway will Whose name is commonly
The fishing" Industries of Florida .. m ney.Reynolds. Summer
Will
..t his! greatest. usefa --t, wtihange -!* held In early June It will be attended -
amount to substantial -
a very sum.ginnually
him "':f' Lin'Iy: Miink; To by repreoentatlves of chambersof pronounced as

: A bulletin for the Gulf Statedfor ilo so would be rctfu-.('....'.>li -jV'3 to commerce In the leading cities: of i Clothing
the year 1903! baa just been ImnieJby
County Adrertlser.Here Florida Georgia. South and North Carolina if it was spelled I &
the U. S. Bureau of FMteriea. It l
--o- and Pennsylvania The meetingwill i'
places Florida In the lead the total Is a fine sentiment from the AT
be held In Charleston Lasseter. .
probably
value for this Mate being I1.4SMW. of eloquent Frank Harris of the .
|en la considered the most central Cohen's.Uest
Louisiana I'OmMood with $R-"..L3I4.The Ocala Banner: "Another text that a which To liver .
point The convention will tt-ke action -
Most Important Item mentioned good sermon could be preached' from
looking to the advancement of
"
I. Florida are apnngea. ".1C4.43: mullet 'I of and
is the following: *** men ;
t
behalf of the --
In waterway
legislation I
tXtT.in; red snappers. $23 T.4S.oyatera. : 'omen who undertake to carry' the II
and and plans for aggressive . . .
$124.108: salted mullet, $77.- world m their, ba-ks do not take car organization I II --f -tt
action before Congress will
.,18; salted mullet roe $5.270.Sem.body <>T their own famlllea.' Suppose every I j
be considered It has "been long time since I ]j t -
o Imly should undertake to do tbat.rnpimee a lit{ bt}

has bees unkind en.-i that everybody should applyMmself Capital City' enjoyed a public fall; ;

household N. B. Broward's underhanded attempt like that of last night Had It bee'
his
own
tansy' that the Stabs affair at T lla. to keeping
that around each to Injure, Bob Darts by intimating possible to hold the meeting In thj+( I
baM are running themselves '\ sweet Bowers were blooming that IB the event of his electionhe day time the It.th..rlnl-torr as ifwaj i >' .
.. bee doing ao for n'ontbs. Tu.ve home
whole earth belied would assist the railroads In lootIng -would' have been more thai! ,
the I
may ... aom truth IH tup acvnl iOn 'would not soon

thing aura, the Governor h4 lrn with their' fragranc and en- the state lands la simply "a slam" three times as Jar"f'I, / palm Baoti. fa! _

their beauty! Supposethat tt the Board of Trustees of the Internal |I
absent from the capital nine-tenth of ,khoodIth Improvement Fund which ha Bob Davis says his prospect' Cot j I Situated on Lake Front adjoinln.: If you want a suit of clothe made
bridle his own
'tJIe time for UM part two _tha. JuMwkai every man should elf'ct'.re' exceedingly bright Bob City Park. A cool comfortable place
has the Would then be any slander! charge of these lands, and whose to>> fit you "d guaranteed to It you at
effect ha'abBeiK. nw. 13ague will not be verymaterlal- I ought to know. He baa done enough to atop at. with good table aervtee.
should composition .
dntiea of tile CIIcI! remain* for the t'uppoae every man sweep the election of Mr. campaigning IB his Urn to be able U Sample room for traveling men. pries that are right go to SeweT
I
hto .wer.-Labl..1 round' his owl door how clean the ly changed by -
OorerBOr alone an Judge the temperament of the people. Tailoring Establishment CT

S.... ,earth would,BOOB aneu.- .Davis. i Mn. Ida B. t1..-. P-idra6. ,


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J W.: F MILLER G CO, "The Ideal

H. M. KING
(Successor M EJwia Ntbon.

Funeral Director and Embalmer.

r., THE UNDERTAKERS
c IJOO AtCNl'E D- I: Special Sale of Seasonable

: Praapt AHsltiMl to T"l..r.pfc'tM- Telephone CmlU. I
413---12th Street 25.
Phone Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.Bekd .

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1 I : BeRs Ladle black .
THE MONEY OX CI.ARK.-Som of those I Burlington Route and Captain A. '''. I II |I SWEPT OUT TO SEA. I mohair skirts aid

who want to bet that Frank Clark will\ j Bui'. of the N. C. E St. L. Ry.. havereturned See the newest fad In ladle crash round length seven gored lap sea ms
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. I I !'1! belts, white, tan. black and mode Inverted plait; the regular $7.50 Ma4.
from business Jacksonville Exciting
not get a majority of all the votes cast trip to Experin.-e of a Fort Lauderdale
Special price.... .. .... ... .
for Congressman |ID In I and are again at the.San Cariloa. Tomato Grower.i Skirts Skirts! .....j. :
any county the
MIAMI. FL-'.. May t, 11104. ( ,i'i I'
district, are being taken up on the, Ladles seven gored Sicilian cloth Ladies S* s...

MAIL-SCHEDULE. proposition. Mrs A. W. Buie, who had been here The the Fort Jacksonville Lauderdale correspondentof skirts, in white; all man tailored perIe large assortment of silk salt;
! I Times-Union
under -
--
That minstrel show some time a guest at the Palm hotel I'I date of feet fitting with seam flare; special many style and colors; all handsome __
t Arrive from the North Friday night is April 30. says: ':Price. . . . ... .... ....$..00 ly trimmed and tailored
returned last night to her home In
1:06 a. m. designed on 1 legitimate burnt-cork prin'clples Robert Kyle, a tomato grower from

11:24 p. m. -the first part consisting of Jacksonville hue expects to return later Pompano. WM swept out to sea Tuen- Corsets.
'to '' 1
dose for the North (lo..rture. endmen's songs and Jokes.politlcal in the season. day night, about 7 o'clock In his

1:06 a. m. | gags and hits, the second part I i launch the Aha. while towing a barge G -i Ladies C. B. Corset No. 302. Bad of
comprising specialties W. D. Nelson traveling freight agent best quality Batiste; this cornet elves
and vaudeville heavily laden with tomatoes that he !
.
1t5 p. m. of the S. A. U Ry.. who has been In the the
-- full correct erect form.
program Wednesday.MET was bringing to' Fort Lauderdale to
Held all season with the tomato shippers -
THE WEATHER. 1- .hlp. Special price... .... .... ......$fc25
LAST NIGHT,-The regular has returned from a trip to Jacksonville
Washington. r Eastern Florida: As he reached New River Inlet the
weekly meeting of the Davfe-Tallaferro and Is looking after the late No. 147 Warners nut-proof corset
Pair tonight and Tuesday. engine of his launch of S
I got out order I
I i Is corset that the utmost
Campaign Club was held last night (. op. r a tire satisfaction -
Maximum 14. and as the current was very strong he t
n both for correct shape and
,
and nine -
members
new .
were received.The I
. Minimum. 73.TOWN. I was soon swept out to eeL He hadthree I
club now has a membership of lion Frank Clark left here on the wear
I i met with him who were kept I
cbout 300. The business of the meetIng morning train for Cocoa where he will i j 1 Special price... .... .... ... ...$1.00 .,
busy balling. For two hours they
was" transacted with u little delay -speak to a big crowd la time to catch I.
I
tried with If'i(1' .
forty-foot anchors to find
as possible In order that all might the train/ back to West Palm Beachwhere I -
I TOPICS. I I'| botom. and finally struck on a bar
go to the Auditorium to hear Hon. he will speak tonight (
I aliout and half ;
1 one a miles from shore. .
.
'
Frank Clark's i
address. A special meetIng '
They signalled to the House of Ref-
Follow the Blue nag to cheapestgrocery '! will be held next Friday night MidI Mr. and Mrs. F. M., Doan expect to I aSTUI I
I all'., and Captain Fromberger respond-
store la MlamL-Wm. Simpson I a full attendance Is desired. leave for their home In Illinois tomorrow I Faflwr
I ed. reaching them after great effort
*, Co. Avenue D and Second Street night Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fitch I I
I They battled with the sea until 2 LiJti Siri 'I." t.
I FLAGLER PARTY BACK. The will occupy their cottage on Eleventh -4"J
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I, o'clock in the morning, trying to save One hundred waists all sizes a9
LIBRARY DATS.-During the month i j steamer Martinique, which went down Street during the summer and Colonel

of May the library the Ladle Afternoon I the coast Sunday with Mr. H. M. Flag- and )fr. W. W. Erwin their fine t.w the launch and barge with heavy seas the latest styles la lawn madras and .,
breaking over them and finally came Batiste only a few of each style:
;
be
dab will Mondays.
on
open ler and other officials of the F. E. C. residence. .i
Wednesday and Saturday from C to I Ry.. aboard, returned this morning. with the turn of the tide striking the worth ,1.1 O sod fXOO. We offer SO i

pm. Nothing could be learned about the Mr. Ernest Vanlandingbam.: of this bar.'where they had to throw over 400 close at..... .... .... ...Me. f' chLadle !!
crates of tomatoes to keep from being
Japanese silk shirt watts
I purpose and result of the trip. The "it;. has returned from Baltimore _
REPAIRING BOULEVARD.-City swamped by the breakers.
back and front tacked and trammedwith
here he has just completed his third ;
I party returned at once to the north by
Marshal Flannagaa this morning put pedal train. term at a medical college. H* has ae- The party reached here about 10 lace; Bishop sleeves; a waist that

the prisoner to work filling la the low position for the vacation as o'clock In the morning. Mr. Kyle's will wash. Special..... ........$..41
The Martinique Is being coaled up epted a j
place in the Boulevard from the railroad today and either late this afternoon or: bookkeeper at the Ice factory here. He thrilling story was heard here with Ladles shirt .waists same a* cat.

track out to the eit) limits. Someplace ( much Interest and he Is highly com- trimmed with lace; back tacked; new 3
early tomorrow morning she will getaway lack only one term of being a graduate j
'- In the road are very low and It I for Newport News where she In medicine. I mended for his courage. sleeve. with tucked caff, Special... .... .... .... .... ..$2.OO _
la also necessary that the driveway be -
goes for repairs. I We have been Informed that the cost
i1 account of owners -
Improved on property Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Boss and Master ,I!kit E. B. DOUGLAS
building sidewalks uod lawn across the mule .and for all the preparations -
PLANS DRAWN HERE.-Instead of for ,
Cecil leave tomorrow morning
for the Rifle &
lnstrel Showmake
which the road now ran In a numberof having the plans for his. winter residence their summer home at Petoskey., Mc! !i. :!I the admission | of cents 310 end 312. (L- Twelfth Street. r
price fifty
for the I being I I
Rock repair :
place drawn In Cleveland, Ohio as Mr. Boss Is still much attached to MIami i __ ____, __u_ __
low. The OnheetrahaYe
very Biscayne :
blasted Fourth Street
at 1
reported and published Mr. Ralph and keeps up the work cf; helpingto LEGAL PAPERS.
I rehearsed with them and the m .
Worthington had th. plan prepared build it Last season be put up one I sic will be particularly fine. Warranty deed Geo. W. Sear to
by'
The minstrel overture as sang
In this dty by Contractor R. S. Wilson food house, and this w.aef. he built Henry L. Reed for $250 five acre together BUSINESS lOCAlS.
fee Miami Rifle Friday night will satisfy I
l and to him has let the contract for I two. He still owns several fine lots The best_d cheapest stationery at with right of way la section .

even Miami music lover I building the home which will be In which he will doubtless build on next I! The Racket Store. 7. tp 23. south of range 42 east A GOOD MUll FOR' BAIJL-Apaly

the Tattle reservation and cost la the i ,..r. Warrant deed-Geo W Sears to Ed .. A. W. CroaMitl. Samoa City.

GOVERNMENT ENGINEERS I'' neighborhood If $5.000. Th* house ; __ ___ I I THE LADIES AFTER NOON CLCB. J Reed for J25O. flue acre In section 7,

]?ERE.-Mr. E. B. Thompson of theOovsRlment will be built during the present sum e tp S3. range 42.Satisfaction We use Tennessee treats la an oar

... engineering corps and mer. CPERSONAL = HOTEL ARRIVALS. 2 Notes as to the Doings of This Good of mortgage-Dad Co. I I tee cream and ateo have the plain.
who will Dave charge of the work to
Organization I I
I Secnr ly Co. to Arthur B Doane --
be dome la the bay this summer accompanied I I" WQiISiC a.. '
-i
Hotel
and families
W r ] tee d-Att'lllr< B Doaa to I IAll" eau bay i geaalsaTennessee

by Captain J. W. Sackett. 'I"I I MENTION. : BAT VIEWC. The Ladies Afternoon Club held an J* L, Coffee for ':5 ), lot 4, blk 5.aoth. erects at Blscayne Dna s

Jr, and another engineer, also of jack G. Matbeson. Cbarlestown: Gen Interesting and Important business sea Miami. I ..

soavflle; has arrived mad will locate w. ... K. K.,.... New Haven; R. M. Hudson Ion yesterday at the clubroom In ,
klnrtgase:: -Amos L Coffee and wifeto Screen door sets 20 cents at Th* e
here antll the work ha been finished. of 8t Is and wife, DulL the Fair
John McConigle Augustine, Bunding. The new constitution Tropical Home Improvement Co., I Racket StoresHeadquarters
Captain Thompson has rented offices down and read for the first '
today.
by-laws were
> blk S MlamL
for $::* lot 4. north
?IONEER
In the Bewell block on Twelfth Street time preparatory to their adoptionat I Warrantee o..Jd-F O Green et ax to fancy groceries, fraltvete
He ha* also chartered the Dodge houseboat James McComb, Jr., Is among those T. C. Moss, E. L. MaulL Cutler; s. the June business meeting.At I I at Wilson Fly'*. I ,
F. O. Green Co.. for '1 and other eon- I ,
and will reside aboard her thl.81I111DM11' In the city today on business. P. Brown. W. S. Leffcoat Fort Lander- ,! the literary meeting on the third three tract of land
r'derafons. atj I
dale; W. Passmore Jacksonville; D.Cosgrove. i t.osr.-Oa Sunday sight April 14. ,
Monday la this month the program
S. P. Brown and W. S. Jeff coat.*of city; John R. Thomas. West'Palm will be given under the direction of Poynton and packing boos and lot at j jDeerOeid. I! somewhere north of the Fair: BaOV

Fort Lauderdale. are In the city today. Beach: W. D. Nelson Jacksonville k
REPORT UNTRUE. M. Williams. Mrs. May and the subject will be Sidney lug a black rubber coat with the sam0
O I
Warralntee deed- F. Green et ax
candidates ; B. B. Tripp Rochester: ; John \\1 !of H. D. Lewis Finder please feastat
Lanler.
of the for sheriff
one says R. M. Hudson and wife, of Danla. Hood. city to r*. O. Green Co., for $1 and other
_J that the report I* being circulated that At the meeting yesterday the this office. 22* r
were among the visitors la the city president considerations two and one-half acre I I _

U oat of the race for sheriff,. and I yesterday.T. SAN CARLOSA. I Mrs. J. S. Frederick was appoint of land at Deer field.I .

be desires to Mate that inch ed to send check Miami Conservatory or MovPranklia a
report a to Mr. Kirk Munrjw
M. Clark Baltimore; A. Banr I'i I I Warrantee deed-Maml* B Cooley !
1* nafoaaded and untrue H* Is satis- C Moss and E. L. Manll. of Cut- to cover' the fund due the Cocoanut '' and Coleman Bush, director !Zt
Lydia D- Gary
West Palm Beach; Jas. McComb Jr.. and husband to I *
fled,with the outlook so far aa his candidacy ler, are In the city today on a business Pompano; Jas. F. Mead.. CII... Patton. Grove library from the proceed< lot I]i| Alice L Buck for $5 and other coal Twelfth street. M

I* concerned and will be In the and pleasure trip. Mr. Mnnroe'a lecture, together with a
Jacksonville A. W. Bale. TUnsville.The I siderationa. numerous tract of land I
; l If you want let cream that I* good-
.
until the poll are closed. letter the I
race 1. expressing thanks of the I measured by chains In Dad county.
and pore buy It of the Biscayne Drag
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sharp of England
club for the
delightful evening afford-]I I Warrantee deed-Frank W. Montgomery -

SAVE TOUR MONET.-The verdictof are among the latest arrivals here. I ed by his courtesy.One and wife to American Nut and I Company. They na Tennessee creaav.
They will probably remain several NEWS ON THE BAY. 141
the people at a primary ls H ancer- Fruit Co.. for $$1 and other eonsideratlons. / -

tala as that of a petit Jury. Sheriff do/s. .1 of the endmen will explain how twenty acres In section 4, tp M. 'j

rrohock's friends had better not bet Mr. J. W. Adams, a prominent citizen houseboat Gloria. Captain HOIt you ought to vote at the coming pri ,I range 41.i I| VOTING CONTES1. .,

too much of their money.A of Sanford is down on a business which has a-D.I. port for some time mary. We have no doubt our readers I i! Deed-Prank A. Johnson and wife

and pleasure trip and Is registered al ant will st! this afternoon for Fla- will be. glad of any pointers of this to Florida East Coast R.. Or> for ft Every subscriber to the Dally Metropolis

VALUABLE MAN.-Mr. R. L. the Blscayne. nlngo Island with a party from the j jVmerlcan nature. I and other considerations a trio of can aid some deserving young j

MID I* now in charge of the Lawrence Museum aboard and who are land 100 feet wide eloiR true of FE. man and woman la securing a basin**

..!. ..grove and farm up the Miami river J. R. Abrams one of the candidatesfor ping down- in quest of plume birdsor A POWER FREEZER.The C. Ry. Co., In section .. tp. 47. rage! |I education by using the ballots to whlem

,a* superintendent: Mr. Mills Is an experienced sheriff Is In the ritv. He feels their institution. There are several'gentlemen / I 43. '' they are entitled on payment of .ubiseripUon i

horticulturist a thoroughly greatly encouraged as to his candidacy In the party and they will Biscayne Drug Company Now I, Mortgage deed-James E. Lnmmmj i *. Read our offer on sixth
Able to Fill All Orden.Dr. .
reliable competent and trustworthy and Is making a vigorous campaign, make an extended cruise on the lower Iud wife to Ella L. Kenyon for ".000 | page 4

man and General Lawrence to to be -- east aad golf coasts. Their namescould Ahfraathy--t: ;; the Biscayne I all of lot 12, blk. 11*. north MlamL I --
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congratulated upon securing his service James F. Mead representing the A. not be learned. | Also the south fifty feet of lot I, and.. Pare Tennessee cream on salt at 4
Drug Co.. which makes the finest Icecream I ,
*. C. U Ry.: Pat Patton; the C. B. Q. see. the north 2S feet of lot 10. blk 11*. Blseayn Drag Company. 141'J 1
In the city, has Just Installed aa I J ;
The tug Bon Accord this morning I'i .1
eight gallon power freezer of the latest' north. MlamL |I
towed ui. two large lighters to the
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lMIAMI I l J foot of Thirteenth Street where they ,I FOR SALE. ,
.r facilitates his means of making and -
will be loaded with rock to be used j jn I I will sell cheap for cash at the Samuel -
.000 rough lemon diameterabout
putting upon the market this delicious i I trees
building the new Government train-/ j C. Lawrence place up the Miami

RIFLES Ing wall or jetty. Captain Potter, su- i and popular refreshment.Tbwlreezer i i!Driver. two young milk cows, three''' one Inch; fine roots; sacriaos4 1

Is attached to the engine at six cents each if sold Ground
jertntendent. Is compiling detail for calves, mowing machine and disk soon. e
I .I i In the rear of Budget-Hardware i I
the work and experts. to get started on' plow. For prices and particulars call must be cleared early In May. Oaa a*
f Store and Is now In use dallv. TheRlsrayne t i
it some time this weer.S. on or address seen at the Ransom
Ii grove, Orange
nothingbut
Drug Company uses
MINSTRELS$2Showfor/ R. I... Mills.j9 Glade
or address
The Tennessee cream In the making ,
schooner Reliance came In this pure Mlma!. Fla.
of their ice cream which fat : Tbo W. Mather. Maar, j
I morning from Key West with a cargo --
makes their product far superior to 21* Box: 5M. dry. '
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of miscellaneous freight i NOTICE TO "EAGl'ERS.-The f .

. ii that made of condensed! or even FlorIda worth League jof the M. E. Church '

The steamer Miami Captain White milk. It gives It a better and more South wilL during the month of May FREE SCHOLARSHIP. .

50I Is due In port this afternoon from K'-j'' whole some flavor' and on that account ; assist their pastor la the Wednesday There are maay young people an ,

West and Havana the cream made by this company has All membersof
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night prayer f:Miami and Dad county Interest tft i
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become deservedly popular the League are requested< to be I

Captain Ellis has returned from 'their fountain and with the public atI I present every Wednesday night at 7:30. learning book-keeping and taoar ass 1 1phy. i ir

Largo where he Is building a tram> their homes where It Is delivered upon Mrs. A. V. Rutherford. I and Um Metropolis piopo*** k. J

(L ....! road on a large pineapple plantation. .,short notice.. j League President.A make It possible for two of Oa to 4

f The advent of the new freer< wanrranloned i have a chance without OM coat af" K

MIAMI RIFLES and Several vessels from the keys with by the growing demand for nice regular bowl and pitcher for single dollar. For fan detail of ta* A 1

pineapples aboard arrived this morn- .ream made by this
Ing. The fruit are above the average '1 but fifteen minutes to freeze eight pl- I 1

BISCAYNE.ORCHESTRA... la size and quality. l Ions and put It on ..*:.. thus makingIt FURNISHED HOUSJ. LIVELY CONTEST.One : .

... s s | possible for the company "to serve on Tenth street for rent Apply af -

/ Captain Ball will take out tomorrow 'I,Ml orders and for any amount prompt this otll... vote with very: tea cents paJA ;l

1 J"A: DI.TORXU: 1 1 f I'I'IL on the Klondike for reef fishing a Jolly' :ly. The prices are reasonable per I!I I for subscription to the Dally MetropoUs. i

party of railroad boys consisting of ,quart loss gallon and If you have not' J. N. Stripling the Republican leader which can U used toward pajfoC. i

Captain A. W. Bole of the N. C St t tried the article put out by this com ',of DuvaJ. favors Call for the Senator- some worthy young person*! wny a

Friday Night, 8 p. m., May 6th. J L Ry. Pat Patton. of the C. B. Q. (pany you are Invited to do so. |II ihlp. If the old man to depending upon through a correspondence none It

and James F. Mead, of the A. C. L. I, Republican to aid him la the Democratic book-keeping or stenography. .loss fd

: After this trip the Klondike will be W* have received a lot of new, fancy I'i' primary, ale chances are eves j particulars read tile aalf-pag a*.

tripped and laid op for the summer. I'rhlnaware. The Racket Store. {j I more meagre than we at first thought 1 I aoaaemnt la ...*. papar.--s



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To The Tax-payers And Citizen of number always bearing In mind the' 034.52 out of the General Fund. Much

Dade County; rapid development of our county, and I I praise has been bestowed upon this

We. the undersigned, members of spending none of the money on cross edifice. We submit that the building
the Board of County Commissioners roads. Where the latter have been i Ita. credit to our county and an honor

i of Dade County, desiring that every built It has been done In a Urge measure ,, to our community. .

r citizens of this county may familiarise by private subscriptions, aided I The Jail cost $8,85424 aDd. fa said

himself with the business affair of In some Instance by IIPprop by dUIntersted and competent Judge

the county, would respectfully state from the Road Fund derived LiOll.1 I to be one of the handsomest and most e
taxation and not from the substantial structures
that of the 150000.00 recelred from general of the kind la
of bonds. With strict economy and Florida
the sale of county bonds 100000.00 In
: round numbers ha been spent on the careful watchfulness 'was Impossible The $ .OOO.OO voted in bond for
to construct more miles of the main court house and Jail, 'were.
expended
.d. county roads and $50,000.0 spent on
the court house and JaiL county road than 'were. constructed' aa shown above In the tollo1l'lDllII&II
with the funds available.BUDGES ner:
i The fotowlng statement shows approximately i.
i the number of miles of INCLUDED. Court house. ....... ........$4U43.Tir1

road built In the several Commission The cost of the bridges In the several 1.U.... .... .... .... ...... U5tM ,

eve Districts: the amount paid out of district has been Included In the -!

the Bond Fund for road In each district amounts expended In the several district 850. OO.OO .

a and the manner expending the on roads except that one-third I I MONEY IN ALL I't1NDS"r ;
4 of the cost of the Miami bridge Is 1 tI'I At the ..
100000.00 for roads: I I present time, there lapoaeyIn .
be paid by the City of Miami. Practcsfy I!': each of the several county funds> .' '.
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all the amount allotted to District to cash all the '
.u .oi warrants drawn against .c' ..
s' vi. No. 4 'was spent onlist bridge. |:i said funds, excepting: the School Fund,

-e, "so : COST OF ROAD PER MILE. |101'11' 'which the county has no Jurtsdic'tton. -
3 ... C = The of (5 mile of rock road In-1 I' The General Fund has been

:ii = e..: elusive of the eo.ti of bridge sod two'J taxed 'with the amount of $3MLI7

o M road rollers ha keen approximately: I!|commissions paid the Bond Trustee .
5I 3I i or aa average. of .n4%" !I' for
I eah $74.250.00. j' receiving and paying out fund
< C per mile. In the south end of the I''I from County Bonds. Their commiss "
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No. L $5025.00 to be county, where. there I* a rock foundation lions are. fixed by law, and the County .

y expended: as hereafter and where lbs ..at. has bee j|Commissioners have nothing to do e

stated).. .. .. .. .. .. $ 3. 95.00 short, the cost per mile bas been comparatively -I i I with the amount allowed.
No. S. (Including railroad light In the north end of the j I I MONET DUE THE COUNTY.

freight amounting county, where. there Is sand foundation Tbtf sum of 5025.00 advanced t 1 by the

to .11,1.Ul).... 20 29.474JO24.4S9.39 and where the rock bas all to bhauled @ county for the shire. of the City of Miami t .

!I I No. J. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25Na by rail and then -rted tu the In erecting the bridge over the,Miami

I 4. .. .. .... .. .. .. J 15.400.10 road itself the coat has n..c..-
No. &. . . .. .... 15 14.C93J4 been much grearrr' and and a III be returned to the Bead

BUILT UNDER CONTRACT Fund as soon an paid .by the City of
C5 $87.4SLO] Nearly all of the road have been Miami. This turf Is {t. be expended

.4 Paid for dynamite and blasting constructed under co::tracts let to tbe on rock' roads u Commlsstoaer's Dls- 4. .

1,5if i. ..'_' expenses... .... ....$ 542S.TS lowest bidder. For a portion no bid'' trict No 1. as sooa'si received from .

: Paid out of Bond Fund, on could be obtained, on account of the I I the City of Miami \

-* / account of two road rollers uncertainty of getting rock, and In it '',' SUPPLIES FOR THE COUNTY ....

t .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 5JI5.00 part was necessarily constructed b1'; In regard to supplies furnished the '

Miscellaneous' expenses, not day county by some members of the Board

y chargeable to any particular labor.THE: MIAMI BRIDGE. of County Commissioner. 'we state .
Commissioner's District The Miami bi4i! Is promo'tncxd b:' poHltlvely and emphatically that not a

j .. .. .. .. .. .... 1.95.1'I competent judges to be a piece of successful dollar's worth of roods was bought
I f engineering. It..... erected by that was not actually needed by the
> $100.000.09 one of the best known and most responsible :winty: that no more in quantity wassuer '

.' ". ROAD. bridge-building companies In purchased. than tbe county was
S ALL ON MAIN
the country, and the reputation of the tolieod to hire: that the price paid
Not a dollar of the bond money has concern Is behind the construction ,core never greater than the actual

been spent on lateral or cross-road. The bridge cost $15,075.0.1 Including market value of the goods bought and

sw Every cent has been expended on the both approaches, of 'which th.county in many cases were lee than the

mala road extending north and south paid two-thirds and the City of Miami mils could be obtained for from other
through the county, of which Is to pay one-third. perrons; and we wish the citizens -
hare been built out of the Bond Fund 3 *r J6 was paid ,.
paid by the county. ; and tn-.p. to thoroughly unrstand .
In accordance with the general public out of the Bond Fund and the balance i*<- : that In many Instances then -1...

understanding that the main county out of the General Road Fund. I/o ere no other dealers In this county T

road should be first constructed I THE COURT HOUSE AND J tlL. or within accessible distance, 'who

EACH DISTRICT ITS SHARE. Termof could furnish the needed good at alt -
at the Spring
The intention has been to distribute The grand Jury 1904. Inspected We have acted solely for the best Interests -
Circuit Court
this fund among the various the of this county. This fa i the
sioner's Districts In Comm"'l the court house thoroughly and recommended naked truth and the whole truth, ande i
by the countycommissioners.
Its acceptance
amount of taxes paid by commissioners ,. willingly and gladly leave the issues .
The
.plan lau been substantially carried I satinfar- be passed upon by the voters of
out. though no mathematically exact I agreed that the building was aDde'couDt1.

distribution has been made, owing to tortty erected and that the specifications and- F. C. Alcher. .

the difference of cost of constructionIn had been complied with' Ceo. W. LaInhart. .
the grand jury wornmendatlon. .
various parts of the county. The they followel: R. E. McDonald
cost $4*.-
The court house
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division ha been made on a basis John SeweH.' .
which was paid as follows:
which the Commissioners believed toM US.2C. 8. A. Belcher.
out of the Bond Fund; $:.-lI
to the greatest good to the greatest $41.143.74 i .
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There are many new rotes la Dad, A startling Incident U narrated br

vunty thU year who are unacquainted John Oliver of Philadelphia, aa follows -

REAL ESTATE with the local condition la politic : "I was In an awful condition

and do not understand why there 1* ao My akin was almost yellow eye sunk

j. much opposition to the prevent board en, tongue coated, pain continually la
Office up slain Cor. A ve. C aDd It tb St. of commiialonera and for the
county
; back and aides, no appetite, rowing; '
information of such the Metropolis desires weaker day by day. Three physician
Miami. Dade Co. Florida.POWERS'
to say a few th...*. had given m. up. Then I.. advised

r e .I The member of the present board to use Electric Bitten; to my joy tile

{ are aU amongst the older and beat dt- first bottle aaad a decided improvement I

MEAT MARKET, lirna of Dade county, far above the I continued their use for three <

average In Intelligence, moral and weeks and aa BOW a well man. I 3

bualnea ability. Their administrationof know they robbed the crave of another .1

( Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork the affair of the county ha been victim." No one should fail to try J 1

r. Sausage, Hams, Poultry, etc. a .1.l .e and conserratlTe one and eminently them. Only M cents guaranteed' at .,

i:. WIt AVFMCE I*. MIAMI. FLORIDA. I tatintactory to all except theringsters Jl drugglsta. j
I who desire to control the

funds so that they may be distributed How to Waah Paint-A pall of sort '
Are You Build
Going to ? amongst themaelTes and their bench
Watch this space arm water, about one ounce of borax )
II men. To bring this about, two years
and made Into a lather with a goodsoap
i ago when there was a large amount of
If so, or if need building material of an ,
you ) a piece of clean flannel Rub a* >
In the be
of money treasury to expended,
for
change kind, you should not fail to see soap on and wet the bottom of tile doer
they tried to get the grand jurors to
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lr. Florida East Coast Railway J. A. McDonald &: Co. them mad.find to something a cloee cause which aad their could against careful defeat be used InTeatlgaUon the Tb commisstoners *against Juror the Is will generally old leave way.TWO -ao.the streaky ease mark when washed behind. a la* :1]


and by a naanlmoas Tote decided that ;;f
IS nttD THAN
051
the .!fairs of the county were In the

Schedules Dealers In L..l cr. latha.r lea*e.Jfa........C..IR.s. Brick Uf. hands of honest men, and the.fltDeII Here's a pointer-for the Mmorou* -
*.** ....t. .. were wisely and judiciously ex- readers You want Ie.....* money
Tares..4 0V. O and Mk j being .
l. Amu "traceWilson's and we know how to help you. W*
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1pe.ded. With this splendid ro dog-
caw I* it so littU
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meat to bark the rotes up la their UM pne .f one paper and art tb* two

I Mth opinion of these gentlemen they you want. Tb price of the Daily

Noveltyla ( were all re-elected by handsome majorities Times-Union and Citiaea has recently
been reduced to the 'oflo.I. pries

I over the candidate of the Three Booths..... _........... | I M t ?
It sIs ring. Six soatbs....... ............. g M
now la operation and ready to r* I Not satisfied with this rebuke thea Oa* year................... .. e MW w
I eelv order hungry politician Induced a few men propose to seed you both she
FOR ANTTHINO IN I who knew no better to apply for aa Dally and Sunday Tlm s-Uabs. aa*
Citiaea and tb* Ua-norou fort
WOOD NOVELTIES. Injunction restraining the commissioner 8ix months.. .............. .... MB*
Window' and door acreena. window er* buying supplies from firm ODe year......... ............. S*

ii and doe tram**. store fixture., stair In which some of them wen laterestd. Tiasea-Ualoa W..III.send you the .. -".../
and CiUten aad tb
work Inside trimming of all kind although at that Urn there was no afmoroijs: *

law against It and
the
R. S. WILSON trading that Six months for ............... | 1M .
a CONTRACTOR AND BtrlLDER.pu..n they wen doing was rack aa tared the One year._ .... ............... S M
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county .
The commissioners
Thus for to cents more than th* -
aracincATKut openly courted aa Investigation aad price of tb* et tw* paper*
are prepared to pros that la not asingle and for fifty era:ysore tbaa tb*r.a.
.1.: prie of UM M
mopoua,yes gel
( inataoea waa there aa erercharg -
I tb* Semi-Weekly TiSMs-Uaioa u<<,
f mad and that oa the otherband Citixea and the F.,..... sad PeWS.
F.'W. BAlm that then was a big saving oa Grower. s

) dynamite, the Principle: Item of expense seed your subscriptions ta*. t.W
r i ia advance always at thssa. prloe.
over what It would hare
v cost If TUB
.... MBTBOPOLM
--''1tect &D4 8uild.irI
.. c i bought from other dealers. III.... FkCooIey&Horieri
I BOW .... la my employ on* of ta
I The scheme to defeat the** meat I*
best draftsman la th* Boat, and am such I I i I I I I I *

): AJ Robbins &: .Co. better bag plan prepesed and detail than ..for.*.. for good furalah-bafld- ODe with that a aa transparently any unbiased man of and Intelligence dirty unprejudicedmind poUUeai and Set

hags, fin. cabinet work. etai will 1T
... readily see through It and
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am BOW headquarter for tamed will such underhanded
resent methods
:Harness and Carr1aae work acroB sawing and aU work tai TlePcilEsUttf Arch
.. -- to Injure the reputation of bonest sad ui Rend = '

Depositor 9s. talty doa la a first elan plaDlq am conadentkna even who are, at the ./

Quality is remembered long after price is'F' window Send BM frames row order baD..fur....doors bhcketAJte. aad. sacrifice much Rood of time for the and people coney doing of Dade so List You Projerty Win iki.A .

., and be _na-L courty.There. .
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-ii* forgotten. A floe piece of bay front property, .
MIAMI. Fl. gentlemen are- candidate forreelection with riparian rights, within a few .
-- -- -- -- - became lath they and '.1....* walk of tb* business MIl Mr
Makes Bargain.Street.
Quality the their friends desire a vindication ot Miami, being SM fees M bay and '_

MeN ell! & Co. aga'art: the tales rob..d.. ....cI 400 feet deep bsving a lot ., finebesriag
al'.lfta Street.B. Z> tstmi. iR.I tree. 0111. Thl* I* a la*,
It la hoped that every voter la the place for a winter bom*.

A I county who Is wtlll-K to b* guided lath

,. Livery Feed and Sale Stable matter of canine his rote by right X 328 TttIM Strtrt. Silatr fife.

:-nd Justice will take the trouble to MIAUL FLA.
HEAVY BLACKSMITHIKO. 12th Street. West of Railroad. Inquire of those who know these men .
Horae-gboeiac,Wajron A Carriage vTorkAU I i'l "
a* -to their! character and fltaea
r F Haven All I.D4.: ....i '. broke for ladies and drive and
.j ..L BraaID"iad 8slderiag .\yt have gentle: horses to (ride ] maV the comparison with those wbo WhitelEa BaIttr Shoe _

r. Work Guaranteed, Fins-Class. are opposing them This being don I ,. -

Good Comfortable:Carriages, there win be a laige majority rot I Folf

Shop Boot;- venue D. east for F. C. Aicber. Ceo. W. Laic I Witch

First class Teams, and hart R.Eo McDonald Jobs Sewell and

& A. Bekber for county commisaloa- A. COLBY Proprietor:
White Drivers. I
Reliable ers to sneered themselves. SOX Twelfth Street.

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'" .' '" "> *>< 'I ...*.'. ..*.... I DIRTY AND CONTKMrTIBLK- ATTACK Clubbing'' -

SEABOARDAir ; : : ;; .i *
THE The Record I. tlll harping on the _..
"Florida Pastime"tJgt t rominkarioners and try..* .. prejudice e Rates.:
: J Record the rotor assist thorn by uUdna It e -
appear thai the oonU hart not Wen
Line Publisbiag Co.. ifoinMd .. .
Railway to their ootnca.The You can save money by sub-
Rorord knows, er outfit to know
bo inaMratoJ .11
..._,J..of PtorUa I.Rnoiaaoi Wlai a4 the Karioatiao e.bltratl..f. It will a lie wupp lir11)r>. win)'.$........... hat the comajteatoner bar ..->M tK.elork scribing for the paper
F'ORSavanaah. .--4 a dull tin. .. k. E4IM4 .by a corp .< _,....t mm and WOOMO. Half to.. of Use rlrcult court to furnuh each
r Pleura: kaoaaooM anoaa-h I*......la ....,.. Imtmm, HMra tiiaia.. lalafMia to JmtAmAmtA paper la .... county wlib it <"'i> ">.* ttwproroadlHKS you want through
It.bout.rte ee7het. adarr.p.SLOC ]C-ocat.... ... ... .
VAG7AL-Tb. R.ewd ; to Man ($4.0. with a .art of tb bnarJ err-r :- ffta
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Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines .._ ,....tla. sd...bu.dn (_expecta..I. To 0. t.... tW ...._1.. ntraortiaarv showing lt..nl.M detail tn. i..-ne nt The
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Philadelphia. New York. art.-[...,._. 1M..a.b..km_.r e..4..nL wk.re aiu I. (Sir*.cat MI and .......) It wan paid boa been and the paid amount.for what Tbeee purpt Ht- I
.......nln"'.a<_ ....... will rKM lotnail proroadlnn I Metropolis.We t
haaMrflawlT a _...... IHkovrapk 4l bare been pnbllahed ta aoarhran .
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Three Elegant Trains Daily. .euee'.r wntMf U>>IM ... all.. ol Ins,N'r '- the ecunty paper sod If the ""' ..
hvaatlT mnn4 Fields KMa.tank are ta Ignorance It I* b.rau they can give you the
Seaboard New York LiMne e.... Met.-md mil-- not ...... .1

SeaboardjExpress Seaboard Mail f Io I property and every aaaa who drain Daily Metropolis for
J< Modern Pullman Equipment. f for hlnwelf bow every dollar ha beenexpended. f f o.oo a year or both

\- ...d..e........_.4-* __ .,---t _At t.---t-... The Record. nuns ta be *"- I for six months
I'M -isSsarl Terk u..... N a vlbulad kala. ........ .ad......, of ... 1 ...dhsly. ..",,- to Minarbton the peapto. .hi ,'
........._..." _..rt..c dnwlaa..w. .... .e.errat/w ..,.....-_. why does K not sorar and publlall "
k ........... .LsW 1&oHII.Ie a Sew Yost na .....1_.......... II& '.....W 11..P.wiM S full statement of the expeadlturo ofho S OO.
arn.LJeP a..datlr.da 'Jd thl._I.lwews s the FIINtU Uw* Centrally Locateo ( bond money? II...... 4o ao at anexprodtturo ..

Th of her thaw and opnra '...
.Only line operating daily through sleepers frog It_unto d.U ta, nppltod.tloea Intimating. that It has ..*..1 The

Jacksonville to New Orleans.For the man who thinks for htmorttit Metropolis
Daily
A. FORSELL PROPRIKTOR an not know that If thane funds had
I bees n amt way buioproprlaled the
PioneerHotel Record would bars lone ace died the 400

and sleeper reservations call of mrttrnlar time* and three .
full infonnation on any :agent tb Semi Fed:!
..... alrty. majtrlouo aeooadrela harehoea ,
Seaboard, or write .
clrrulatlna- that the
rrnort bride
RATESJ.ooTOJ. o PER DA'
to Avenue D root leaa than half themoney Time&Lnioa
A. O. MCDONNELL sst. GeL Pas:. 1&f. JacksonJilJe FIa. d......... but 1'..... report navlncbeen
Corner Avenue B and nth atree- ought to the attention ., Coovmlannfior -
I BowrH k* bowed tlte paruo.from $5.50 a year'Weekly
S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr., Pass. Ajrt. J MIAMI
FLA. the record* that .... was a barerared -
.. and It kt understood that pro.edlno Metropolis and Semi
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.1 tbene party for libel alander.it Weekly Times-Union: both

I la hoped (hat rock nut win be tnatltutad one S2.OO. .
ALTER a. GR tHAM JAMES M. JACKIIOX.: Ja. S L'ATTE.f I for the p.rP of Machine there ___year. -fa'**
Fr*.scat fTte.Pr..tde.t lee''.sad T..... Bush & 5aorcfVaiio COIl who ar* guilty of rirrotatlnsfale andtomactna .
: report a salutary Iman.TlMr ..
I Incorporated 10,00000.. I. aboolulery .. exeuae for the The Pompano Ian ;
;f QDuity \ < neopl* to bo ta hrnoraoco a* to the otatuo
Dade ) j Abstract (o. 8 Sol prwwwxita.tiTw. A of the county's __ hews aa before 1.-UcCota& Proprietor

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St.iaway te Ssxx4 Mated monthly Matomenta hare boon
2Sotrats
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(rtappoRATED :Ener.cn: : Zlaa Co.. 8o.toa. I ...Jut, published and aO the county Pompano, *Florid*. <
hook and account are alwT..eee fort
Other Hith; Grade Pianos and Pj..ao Players. "... ....... ,
SEWELL. BUILDING MIAMI FLA. ThoM paper and perm who lUm... Accommodations ior
i Pianos from Cash or i that the pubMe moaey hare been stoles geutiemsi
$225 easy pa 'ments. Tun- oalProd
t up. > .ere .urlll.y.-u.. the Carter axe buyers and n*>
ning and Repairing. A few bargains in slightly .r pollUcaJ effect and the molbl. Ikitor will find that they cart
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The Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks for a report of their

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

f of the Fort Dallas National to which the public attention is called showing continued increase


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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 1 March 28th 1904.

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. f- Asse"ts. Liabilities.

Loans and Discounts . . . . $163,955: Capital .$i oo,ooo ooSurplus

Overdrafts . . . . . 250 18 2.ooo oo

.,.:, .. U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . 25,000 00 1.569 72

I Premium on the same. . . . .. 1.437,50, National Bank notes outstanding. . 25,000 oo

" Dade County 5,000 oo Deposits . . . . . .,. . 262.070
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-Ii Banking House. . . . . .,. 41.21413{ I Iij

. U. S. Bonds owned . .0 .$56.625'00

Due from Merchants National !

Bank of New york. . 19,159 SS !I'

':,,,' I Due from National Bank of 'L

Jacksonville . . 18.399 46'

Due from Mercantile Ex

change Bank of Jacksonville 7.33613

Due from Trust Companies of .

New york. . . .. .. 7,50020

Due from State Banks and .
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... Bankers . . . .. 10,249 08 .

,. Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25000

J- Cash on hand in vault . 33, 263e85-. 153. !83.60

$300':6.t: $$390,640
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!I" MAKING ARRANGEMENTS. 'I -
-' f the rates
instrumental In baring
RECORD NOT CHARACTER changed In 1898. '
... For the Big Convention to be Held at
J- "The question has been asked when*
ASSAILED BY CLARK. 8t Louis July (. $5,000.00;
I fret my money to copdurt my campaign r4'
on." said Mr. Clark. "1..11If'\ !
sub committee
St. Units. May 3.-The -
I (Continued from first pace.) out a secret to you and My that I of the National Democratic conmlttev. -

:; K. Mr. Clark also read extracts I boro represented county Mr.In the S. matter E. Hope of, of warrants Uills- In charge of the arrangementsfor 4l Palm Beach StockBeingClosed
the National Democratic convention
from the contract showing that Barn for the Indian War Claim*. 1..nr3J
convenedat
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,to beJield here J-ilv
.. bad agreed with the officials of the said the bill seeking the payment of iLc ', the permanebvheadiiuarten of the out at .k'

railroad that be was to drew bill for tame and went before both bnllet of 1 National Committe atthe Jefferson
"l{ ordinance granting the right off the !legislature In Its Interest, and 1 It hotel today. John Sc-hro.' chairman //MEW-YORK COST.
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was passed and by which some $ ,ootW&l committee of rrangements
of the local
for the said.railroad along the State on::
i way paid out of the treasury I
submitted K
for the convention, --- -- __
water front of J kytUe. That for these claims. I am enough of lawyer! : --

f t the same, if passed Bam was to ret to get a good fee for my services, and report It was stated during tbe meeting I 150 0

Hve. one-quarter of said stock which I l did charge n' !got: a legitimate that the aggregate number of Uc&Ms
L was placed at one million dollars i la amount and this Is the kind of lobbyIng to the convention ....auldllot exceed ).-
\| another he was to receive a reasonable I did. So one ever went to Tallahessee ,<**>. Seven hundred and flf lseats Mens Nobby and Up-to-date Suits
I _too of the 1 legislature .
during a
skill
for his therlffSla. 'onf'
i compensation and also pay will be reserved for
; Bam hanging: Made e3( Summer Weight
seeing
without be Cheviots Home
jt and information oa the subject. but working newspajl r men will
-I -",... Bam signed this contract he around there. permitted tQ orcmtr these seats spuns. Wool Crash and English Cricket
betrayed the trust and he U unable 1 tot II.'. Clark then jumped Bom_ fTftta.assertion Ike committee approved Mr. Scbro- Cloth. Wilson
t- isTrer.He ;; .< )/Hros Cluett and Star make
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escape by the old cry of atop thief.f that he wasT< rffr>r .n' suggestion; to place a telephone In
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If hi had done all be says be did it said that he would jFUtsoc! every state delegation section, which ,r w j --- -- -
actions IB signing who would jow r .-in, does sot explain: his alto anyone will connect with a telephone oa
|;f this contract.- Mr. Clark declared.Mt. ;( use that Barn bad won or ....r. nded main platform and afford service to all I 250

.* Clark denied the statement of while city attorney of Jsrkwrovillemlthoiit parts of the halt e
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Bam that he had defended hi. actions Colonel Cockrell Judge Yo'ib; In the lobbies an additional number '- Suits Miens Underwear
t'-- signing the contract as a base and ,or others being: employed to an>n hint of telephones, affording long diotanceconnections << low ON ,
1't. falsehood. He had seethe ,In eirbt years as attorney for the railroad : will be Installed. Wool iJalbriggan, Lisle.andFancyLisle.(
t.f .witnesses Bam said heard him commission be has had three AT I .
defend his actions Judge Christie says cases and In each of them Judge U.1- TilE BOER PRESIDENT.Orelirat .
he never heard him (Clark) make the den. Judge Foster, Colonel Corkretl i
f l statement and Charlie Verelst. another or others bare been engaged to conduct Affection In Kx-Presldent : Sewell'sTailoring Hats For Men.

Bam purported witness said that his the caae. I -" Kruger's Ca e. I I. .
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f mind was hair and that he did not After paying further respects to |
Ii:' remember. He had challenged Barn Barn and his connection with the city j Mentone. France, May 3-While It --=
to produce one witness to say where council In Jacksonville Mr. Clark fin, I Is difficult ascertain the exact state: .
and when'be had made the statement Ixhed with him and after a few minutes j of the health of Mr. Krug r. former 100-:
but that he has so far failed to produce more talk cloned.He I President of the Transvaal, It In fttxedon Establishment
"1m. said that people are taking!: a particular of a
Mr. Clark denied the statement of Interest In the Congremlonalcampaign ; : good: authority that symptoms apparent, and _. ME.'. 3 STRAW HATS.
the VnitedStates cerebral affection are --- --
Barn that he had sold He did not believe that they ha'been
of physicians --
consultation
District attoroeynhip.the same! to and him.. that and mould send such a phonetic man as .. that a held Mr. Krnger U now extremely You' will i iiiKl anything you
confessed
he had If did he 100
they
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make Barn to Congress; weak, and constant care
addedHe: Is"a nice man to also de- would not speak but once for after wish in this sock except
Mr. Clark necessary.
a confession to. that the speaker would not recognize I MENS FELT HATS.
he
that
of Bam '
aled the statement floor again. They have shoes which we are now
the
gentlemen when him on FLOATING CHAVTAfQUA.Chicago. __ .u __ _
had written to certaia before, and kno.
kind there
his
ls: he was was not IB aeat Oklahoma money threatening he would comeback If he,had, them when they see them." with election May $.-Plans b'n.. having; .1 sdc; of at our 200 :tf'

them lapolitics. I He promised. If honored floating Chaiitauqna to '
for a
to the State and oppose course as to {completed shoe Mure t e
He read a letter from Mr. to pursue such a him and not be established on the Chicago: river MENS CLOTH HATS. .
to
Barn says '!draw his colleagues I
of the men school children ----
Bert I Xal. one for the Instruction of j :,
to work !
he threatened, la which the fact was i drive them away. He promised ; and geology of the ---r
denied. He also denied Interests of the State and to la the geography !
I for the
the emphatically staUmaat that he was receiving 'I try and reflect credit not only upon 'city and the methods of carrying: on hlr-the 3.a; 3 3$ :tt: 3t: 3 ;.J ;.J.J.; a. /
Parrott for campaign I commerce. two steamers win, be .. '
Mr. he
land
from the fair rep .
aaoaey but
himself, epos
had never of
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3 pokea purposes campalga of, _and that and Mid gentlemen that that was he but. simply OlIN IBhto toxpreaa ..-ta.At the close of Clark's his address remarks It was had led'the project by Graham,Principal as soon School William as,the promoter schools N. Watt of clone the JOHN SEWELL! !! & BRO. W

him.Ms Mr.
that
ate, ..... for evident .
that be the summer _tIoa. Lecture
the generous for
dark Bkewt.s-toted been well received by .
w as Mssy <* tile railroad _111I.- oration tendered bias. Toajght,/ he rooms will be fitted up oa the freight 1 FEEEfrrEEEEEtFFE>FFEEtFEEE: :>FsF EE ,fc
.' that he did fight accommodation of :.e0pupil.
adaUttsd and will work docks for the
hat Palm Beach
toa isPolk speaks la
rata. chars* people 31O-312 12th Street MIAMI. PLV
ewssatT* ,,
the roast. i
freight sad had been his way back sip"the ,
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