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

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The Only Paper in South Florida Carrying; Associated Press Dispatches.

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Vol. t, No. 123. U.BNrl I*but >. MIAMI, FLORIDA "WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1904. :::;:-- Price 5 Cent

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; CANDIDATES r i SANTIAGO. :j Later Advices From the Yalu River r I' A Confederate Veterans Memorial I 4 DEAL MOVED

r< Reassuring I I Association.HI I,


They v Have Put a County |i Santiago: de Cuba. May 4.-Four bandits Rrsslalis fought GaBaanV Aaatasi Muck: Ah Fora I Chapter .f the Daughter, Roosevelt Washington.today received May \tie President report of for LacK of Support From

who were convicted of severalmurders Greater NumberWassaBtch .f the Confederacy at u Early j Attorney-General Knok lnwhlch It la the Business Men
Ticket in the Field .
i t In. this province were garrot- stated that arrangement have been
J I ted In the provincial Jail here today. Gomsendc1. made with the banking house of J. P.
i Thl I III the first legal execution which I I l Morgan *: Co. to deposit with them -
I ( the $40,000.000 purchase and
I money,
has occurred here since the Spanishregime. I
: that such deposit has been acceptedby
MEETING ON YESTERDAY About thirty representative ladles. ORLANDO LET HIM 60
Strong pressure! was brought I St Petersburg. May 4.-The gloom I
: on President Palma to have the sentences which has prevailed over this at tile residence of Mr S. T. Gramling _
I remitted to life Imprisonment I the past two day owing to the dls- of the property.PANAMA I
for the of
purpose organizing a permanent -
pirating new which ha been received' I
but be refused' to Interfere. I

''fnA Report of the Proceedings of'' The two executioners who were from the front, ha been almost dispelled and Confederate a Miami Chapter Memorial of the Association United -- I CANAL IS '..oCRS.I Without UK Shedding of a Tear wJ

by the later advice which have

Whdt WdS Duoe at West Palm !i I brought; from the Government eared been received. This later news give Daughters of the Confederacy. The United State Took Formal Possession I I& :C.c: :Kir:: Pevpfe a Parting Dig
I Kn.. W.-R. Barney was elected chairman
In Havana to perform the execution account of the gallantry of General I Today.!
Beach by the Representatives of aDd Mrs. C. D. Leffler secretary.<< -Must Have Been Some Reason .
j I I were mobbed yesterday on the streets Zassalltcb and his handful of rough
Upon Invitation Mrs. E. T. =
Bytngton I Panama May 4. United States Canal -
while from the de- troop against the much larger force of for AO This and the
This Party-Several MfomT Men they were enroute addressed the ladle, telling of the Voters oe
took formal
today -
I I the !flower of the Vllkado's army. And pasi

' Have Been Named For the Leading pot to the jail. I I another source<< of satisfaction is the work accomplished by Confederate Memorial i session of the canal route and prop- Dade County Will l InquireDemo.crats ) _
1 Association and the Daughter
new of.the utter failure of Admiral erty of the canal company. From to-

. County Offkes-Tbey Want Only JAPS SAY THEY DID. 'I! Toga' latest' attempt to block up the of the Confederacy and the Importance day the canal work' will be under the I Regard With Sosplcta a
of organization for effective work in
harbor of Port Arthur.It direction of Major Park Brooke: of
White Voters in Primary. i i Toklo. May 4.-The Japanese authorities I* now plain that there were not future yean.Mr the engineer corps of the United State Man Who Has Been a Socialist.<

here have received advice more than 1,000 Russian troop actually *. May read a letter from Mr*. army who represented the Caaal Commission I

4-\ I from Admiral Toga to the effect that Cooler, president of the State organization la the transfer. Immediately -
engaged In the fighting on the
the efforts of Monday night to block of Daughter of the Confederacy States
Talu, against a total Japanese strength after the transfer the United I
Port Arthur wa successful. The re- enclosed with which wa aa application The people of Dad _
Tb Republican of Dade county met of between 30.000 and 40000. .flag was raised over the legation andover county are waned y
!' port was without detail, but a com- for a charter for a local chap the canal office la the cathedral to beware of the tactic of was. r
Im convention yesterday at West Palm The lone on both Idea, which it !* .
plete account Is expected soon. perat crowd of office seeker who
;, Beech Fla. Chairman J. P. .Wood- expected will reach 1.000 or 1.200 Russians ter.This plaza. arr
.h application was signed by nearly trying to turn the county upside dow
and twice that number of Japanese
worth of the Republican ExecutiveCommittee all of the ladle present A* won In their effort to get control of tile
make' It of
GROWS DESPERATE one the bloodiest
called the convention to fight In history. aa the charter can be obtained which THE DREDGE WORK e01ID 17'* finance. -

order should be within two weeks' time the The whole fight I Ia being .
at S p. m. H. S Miller of West At the point where the Japanese centered
Miami Chapter will lie ff-ulzed. The on the county eommiaaionen
aeoasae i
Palm Beach was appointed temporary crowed the river, the Japanese dead
I meet> ig for organization will be held there la where the money .Is, and this
and D. L. were literally piled la heap, and General -
chairman Hughes, of Miami.waa at the home of Mrs. Harney. notice of ,I fellow are Itching to get their AngersInto

appointed temporary secretary. The Frohock Crowd Applied For a. Koroki's first reported! success<< which will be duly give through the Engineer Thompson Talks of the Big I the treasury.
wa obtained at such cost that Russians -
Th* committee on credential report- Mandamus preaafMeidame i! Their Imported Socialist editor lat
are disposed to regard the fight CWsd Dre
u. i ed no contest and that all delegate Russian E. T. Bylngten. Guild qe. 'converting his paper Into a full sheet
a* a victory rather than one
|ef. were entitled' to seats In the convention. for the Japanese. Smith and' S. T. Gramllag were appointed of letter and figure' la big type rI -- -

Th report was adopted. a committee to draft a constitntloi | terday did so for the purpose of trylaa

It was then moved and seconded that COMMENDS ZASSALiTCH. for the Confederate Memorial !i to nu:e It appear Hat a grant tassNw-
' the b made Wart die MaO Place Moved to the_ Aaat The constitution having West Oil Mat Sooa be Done aU I Wig' had been
.., temporary organization J tntkm.; _. discovered la the record e(
l' ... i l MRBtBMBBlllkBBBB IMBBBIMBBWMtar** I f "
>.:ti'-Io..4.-t...;.. ..:.. II __ .w *.** Cent ftBsTMJ ttt THHT"1Why. fetm a7 4. -General Knropatkln. be"n ,;wbmftted"and; "acce'pted prms- be Brought io Bfeca>ne the commi utionHs, when In reality

cr'.1,. la his official report to tl1..1 l I: nent organ Ixatlon wa effected by the there Is nothing but buncombe and

Committee then reported the-follow Know war office refers to public favor General ': election of :Mrs. P. B. Jaudon. president 1, Bay. baRb In the whole thing. ..

fag resolution which were adoptedunanimously Zansalltcb, wha by bravery and : ; Mr<. May 1st vice-president: This man In his desperation to defeat

.. : gallantry in action redeemed himself. Mrs S. T. CIramllng. :2d vice-president: I the present commlratoners" and to)

Be It Resolved That we believe In aprotective from any possible criticism aa to having Mrs. L. E. Hilt 3d vlre-pmldeet" ; Mm elect' a crowd that will give him their i
tariff for Florida Industrie I The opposition to the regular and C. A. Fulwoudrftary.. and Mrs. R. : In i-onrerutlon with Engineer
tacticdly blundered In the direc-" ( I patronage.: Is, and has born continuously
and that we oppose such a condition of
affair a* allow the citizens of South desperate every day. I officer constitute the board of |the probable time when the Sanford''1, acams-t the present members. t,

American and Wet Indian Republic They have been before Judge Jones I NEW CHWANQ NOT FALLEN. of managers and will transact all ROM Company would commence dredc- These centlemen have made a statement r

J to participate In oar markets on the and secured a mandamus directed to'' New York. May 4.--,Spwlsls to tb..1 business tt.st may
"l aim* footing a* tax-payer and supporters Chronicle from Che Fou ertlng that AssoclaUoo. peeled that the company would commence Fnii!
. of this Government To tills the County Executive Committee to The meeting. In alll'Nje'ta satisfactory the work until about June 1st
1 the Japanese bad taken K.w ('b Wang: been -onlllru.t..1 the eat of.same and
'purpose be It"". I show-cause why they will not move the are obviously false, as New Chnang. and encouraging. I The reason for thin delay Is that particulars In full and' every hooo

< Resolved. That we ak the toter of polling place from the city halt An which is on the river twenty or thirty'j la special dredge had to >>e conotrncted man in the county who knows them

Dad county to stand solidly for the answer Is required' to be made to Judge mile from the sea coast" could not betaken ;THE RIFLES MINSTREL ,: for thin work and Is now being! bun men muxt admit that this Bond plead

:. election of John M. Cheney to the Jones by Saturday morning next. This except after three or four days 'This dredge has a heavy chisel att*'hI I was well expended, and that as .much,.

National" House of Representative fierce fighting. Program of the Miami Rifles' Minstrels meat weighing several tons whichworks nj as god road wa constructed aa
gives very little time for collecting the j I i In front of the suction I
Be It Resolved>> That we heartilyendorse The Associated Press ha correspondents which will give their performance I' pump. any other ret of men could have had

the "course of our President 'committee together, and it i* not j on various points from which an at the Auditorium Imttir.c the rock into small fngmentsl: I constructed with the same amount of
Friday night j
In the ceramic to the people of the known just what will be done. 'attack on dew Chwang would havebeen May 2.Grand. I i land[ avoiding the necessity of dynamlt-l money..
i people know full well that I I I'IP.'IoP!! the machine Is completed j
United State of the Panama canal In Thorn the reported, yet none of these have Opening Overture.-Full chorus The IVmocratic voters should remember
'election will be legal enough If held and the work 'Is! of men powerful opposition ,
the face
Record induced
sent in any report of any serious or and Biscayne Orchestra rendering a the man was -
wealth of thetranscontinental i at the city hall Krohoek and Fltti I I tractors will carrv It forwsH very ra-- .
aa the united an4 power i Important. engagement a. they certainly medley of operatic and darktown mum to more to .tlmml by the local politicians -

railway and the I and at the rest were satisfied to haveIt 1 would bad one occurred. Twelve minutes of choral-! m.. Idly. I.m .satisfied that the people l who want to retain their offlce.

treacberle of the Colombian Senate. held there the other',time and this I In. Following which will or ir will lie much better pleased even If the j l and who want to elect to the other
'election held rood. TbW evident truth = | work has been delayed: as the new __
i Ton muck praise of his conduct cannot "'- ..' AEL"IRALd First Part om.o. meu o f ter own st. ... They
to of the matter I I. that they... so "'ral 1 I dredge will do the work so much more '
be can. to. regard the consummation j St Petersburg May 4.-Aa authority 1 Gag*. ... .. .. . Gloomy Gus :, want also to remember that the editor
which mean so of the defeat which stare them In tb of this enterprise I for the Chinese Government the Chinese 2. Endaong-Dat's de to a Socialist and that come
mach to the South and we believe that face that they want the opportnnltj, I minister here has anouneed that Chlcbeaa-Cf'Org Washington Way John-Spell I dredge' now-owned and being operatedby II. M a Democrat for the purpose

will be recorded history of using the rooms at the court house the contractor The work of con- the of the
'tIa" enterprise China will observe faithfully the strictest son. Chornv.J. trying to get patronage

a*' OD.0- ( tie greatest. echleyet and jail for place to work on the voter :II neutrality between Ru.I'-aDd Ja- Gag*.. . . Rube Roosevelt jitmcting the jetty has already been ; Democratic office holders and stopping
and therefore wanted the polllni, commenced, and will be pushed to of the present ace.B pall. at BO underhanded method to aeeoeapllsh -
: r. 4. Song-I want Mine-Solo and chore .
It,. Reaolved. That we belie. .. It place there with the hope that the; The neutral' government ha glvyo *. a* fast as possible. his purpoeea.
State Itself and to night by some hook or crook wla some I l The people of Miami are assured' that will viewwith
a duty the owes vigorous orders to local authorities 5. Gap..O' Washington Johnson I I The people of Dade county
extra vote the work of digging the channel and
eouoUe thousand outside her hors In all the province and especially to t. Song Selected . .Mr. Bradford a great deal of suspicion every
systematically advertise' i They allege that there I* but one I' two basins will be completed at orlx
...that he those near the seats of hostilities to 7. Gags. . .. .. Rastus Robinson statement made la the columns of Ute
entrance aDd exit to the city hall a* a : for the expiration of the time limit In
_cJertalnea.. that capital to considerS -
her I see that strict neutrality la observed ft. Patriotic Song-My Own United i'Record when they pause
and Immigrant may be brought hereto reason for not mine It Thepolllag and complete order maintained.The I State Soloist Mr. P. L. Fay. the of the riches place Inside the hall ha always been Quar- The gang that have teen drculatIng 1 i
development Stonevaav
aid la the government guarantees that owing Messn. 1 1j | When this tame fellow.
arranged so that the voter could go IB I tette. Fay. Hall Hall. the and have been trying I
.. kind Providence. he made Ute
Miami )
J stored by a to the strict measure It has adopt and CLallle. Chorus. 1 decided to move to
Resolved. That we believe la at one entrance and oat at another and to convince the people that the deepwater 'j In his
Be It ed that a renewal of the uprising like Johnson 'allowing announcement paperj
9. Gags..G. Washington
talon Labor the agency that under that I* uffldent will be j I channel wuuul never be dredged 'I Record:
those of 1900 Impoalble.RELEASED 14. Crow.fire. Interlocutor<< and End- I j at Orlando, the Dally
win and conserratiT leadership has The law require' thirty day' notice out and that Miami would never haw i "The change I* made because the

rained the condition' of the toiler to a by publication of the place where the BT DEATH. men. deep water are at a ton to know Just i i'owners of the weekly Record are OOH

higher plan and ha brought him to voting I* to be done and It will b* a IL Endaong Home Ain't Nothin' Like what kind Of ayarn. to start next The vlnced that the new location offer

that position which command clear violation to change now and the Graining. N. T. May 4.-Sam Parks dls-Gloomy Gu aDd chorus. coming of the tug and lighters and the I wider field for their energies aaet
auea-I I a
Uoa la the legislative bodies committee will doubtless so answer to the New York labor leader who has II. Gap. .G. W. Johnson and Gloomy actual commencement of the work i< abilities, and that the outlook for larger -

Republic the Judge hut if he should issue a Peremptory been serving a sentence in Sing Sing Gn*. !positive evidence that the position they I and more remunerative bunla***.

Be It Resolved That the Executive writ of coarse they will obey. penitentiary for extortion while
Committee elected by this convention However this Is hardly probable. ducting the affair of the Iron worker Mr. R. E. Hall and chornn. tart, yet we doubt If one of them has i i'th. +I The dally has devoted Itself to Ute

are hereby instructed that they shall Whether the place la moved or not union, died In the penitentiary today Intermission during which the Biscayne -' manhood to acknowledge the er- ,'task of advertising Orlando and has

li eafijac an eonveatioa or primaries it'is going to tell against those who from consumption.Parka Or .e'tra will play ror. been complimented many time for

maka lijlr rules governing MUM a* want It moved for there can be no reason had the disease. when he wa Second! Part. I' what It ha done la that line. Truth -

akan allow only whit voter to parUci- only selfish one on their part fordemanding convicted and ha line failed rapidly. L Silent Drill. WILL BUILD FINE HOMP compel us to AY that the effort made

neb convention or primaries.The It. Effort have been made ever since his 2. Get Backs. I '" alreadj I 'to
to with that response
pate convention the proceeded to conviction' to have him pardoned and 1 Musical Olio-Lon Dockstader and Mr. G. G4( Rambo was was have not met entitled. Who
the Lady with the Rag Time Walk larp'' rt1 owner here b. jur 1 1pu..has I which the daily I*
announcedthat a P
Palm Beach. It
aomlaat the following ticket: I Writ only a few day ago was lack of aberlk..rw
I there has been BO
rot" 'tie Legislature--Dr..1L C. Hood. I For County Commissioner, 1st District his pardon would be made la a In lot and a half from )lrIL the strong adherent
Richard 1. Bedella' the novelty' song of the E. Tntt fronting the river and who have beea
Barry short time.
of West Palm Beach."Tat i I'of the Record yet the business mtm
.. IL Trtstam Ferris of For County Commissioner. Jd District century. Ine betw Kr. Tattles 17-1
Sheriff- who have receive
-C. c. Halght HURRICANE' KILLS MANY. i. Emmaleen. from the opera Peg 0aIdIte', 011 which he Intends to of this community:
IDaaL of the benefits arising
4th District gie from Paris. a fine restMr. the greatest share
M. E. Commissioner
Court- For County
of the droll i I
Por.Clerk conducted daily riper
i -R. J. Peck. Laigon May 4.-A. French Indo-Chl- .. Darktowa Pare*- aDd Mrs. Rambo are excellent from a
of)IlamU thtr
Jonea Assessor of Taxea-D. L Par County Commissioner Sta District .I|a. II.rrkaJle1It over Cochin China. A Five Ont Barber Shop.i. people and IaIIIJ is to lie eoup atulat- have utterly failed to appreciate
Fur refrained
County Walter Walden. Sunday. Hundreds of native were klU- Miami Rifle Band. ell upon them a permanentdtbeos. duties and have largely .

Hughe CoUector-J.of Miami. wi.... of )(1t.t' The Convention adjourned at' li! .. and treat damage wa done. All Certain.Reserved IT::understood that Kr. patronlilng say home ....... It is.

For Tax' p. m, subject to the can of the Cbalrpaa -i telegraph lines te Lalgoa were destroyed seats two row on sale at Rambo engaging Ia bud- aad commentary: oa the enterprise *XConOawed

sal.n-rw-l' M. RowVtr.I Xf of the Executive Commute I and-maay native vessels wrecked. Biscayne Drug Bt_ ( oa eighth' pegs).

.. Fur. =L. .1 I

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-BIMERAL DIUCTOBT Ibernethr. J. C. King H. V '! ALL THE STATES AT -- For Member County Execnllv Committee -

1IT41'1..nCIu. I Atk.mrn AhbR.. H. F. Ijnmnn. A.J.L.Lefflcr. K.LaSaJle. .. THE WORLD'S FAIR. ;iSAMPLE( BALLOT FOR! THE PRIMARY. W.for HaPHERSO First District.C 4 .

fAlffar -w. B Jonaingftol -
-&aI7 JI&a *--U.c. Crawford. Brown W. M. C. D. For Member County Executive Com-
ti..jMIw H-A_.. c.fI. ._. CBurdin UcDoooR J. A. Many Beautiful Pavilions and Proton* _
Jw .._ ,
TroMaror- r. V
tious Building Show Forth the
ati..wgfrw>r>lJ.. IL whtt.eid. *. W. M. Majrnari. W. \.. F. M. POWELL.
.... jtrueUoaWa9 Enterprise of American Partial List of the Candidates I
M., M.B . 9. Bjrinfton. E. T. Merrltt C. .......... .. i I E. A. CRAWFORD. 0. E. KNIGHT.For .

, Cswr.w.AajOMM-Mlirrol-J.aer ol Alf\'k'ltllllft'-a.U K.ruMlMW K MrUa Brad7E. U Muller G. i to be Voted For in This C O. CODRl1I>GTOOO. Member County Executive Committee -

. M |f. U.. iotrro lamrenOWOI Balle,.. B. U. }Ie>cn. '?... IIHone. I
Foal-roe boTeroor. toMptroller.. TnoMmr. A brantlful city lui. cr..'n up anion! W. A. ROCKER JR. for Third District

.-'.Uewrr.i ;1::4 C.iaiiol-" irr ol .A
_*... .' K4ir.ftoa-Tbe Ooranor. see G. D. Moore. T. V.Burdlae. at KL IMU'I It IUH uotbluK to tit) wtlbi J. D. CLOCGH. I. METCALF.For .

*lot HJ,.it riotrod 1ItaIP. o.Att..roy-Guanr.L,..< P.kite ..aMraerluo.Boors' Treasurer. ... I J. M. McDonald. W. H. i i the iiuuM-nfW exhibit |..>.Li.-ro, link .is a Election. JOHN A. HENDERSON. Member County Executive Committee -

._ ..l ...... IaltuUaa-Tao,rorrOur'surta...r ol mats Trroourrr AU" ) Edwin
Blackman E. V. Nelion. ,
a.a..r.w.10or of A6fWtl1l1Ift aid are uf various ni.tlnt of ari'bite.lure. W. ADAMS. R. H. ROSSEAU.
. eide.t ol rvblic lutrmcttou.of ChaJlIe W. H. Pack R. J. ,
_... >.Moo-T t o..__. srrretate4 I Koiiie are |I"uLnutl In ..i=e cud apfimiram'e. a I GUT L METCALF. For Member County Executive Committee -
k .....- Cohen I. Prout. W. W.Cheatham ':
aid -- .
- 0.4s. Alt.r.ryu.eral wLthulliern fc >U UM-rrly t-uoiy For tbe Information of the Demo- i for Fifth District.
of. A.ttwkan..Ma.O Clot-L. L aet"rKIXI -. J. H. Patterson 8 tParrUh. lad IntltinK :" '\1'1' UTun bjte ..> 'ratlc voters of the county a sample I JOHN J. S SUNDAY
Conrmd. J. A.Croound Allan R. notable slid Ii'urlrbul"lIo;* I i Q. SMITH.
ninny | ballot U printed below containing B
In''J T. J. HATGOOD.For .
COURT J. G. Rhodea. R W. :i been cuUHtrih-teil In ...... vnMii| Thin I I i Q. P. HEALY.A. .
the candidate to be vot-
list of
JL r. T.,...Cblr"Just torIr I. Clark. P. C. Rooe. C. J Bern city uilLul lie rallnl for. City of C. BLOUNT. JR. Member County Executive Committee -

'_ .IS.-.A.. M.Jii>..,. AMoeiatcJinUrc.oia *oi atic. J jttKC.H .. Drake, Gastoa RelII,.. J. B. the gt....... fur HMiMMimm Im-liKlnl in il i 1 ed for at the coming primary. H. H. McCREART. for Sixth District

< .oomiliiQ lo .ny ill tae *- .-... Dr. W. B. [I." the male buiklm. ;...i at tlw. .'.Ir. Th re..11I be other name to add aa H. W. LONG. W. W. SNELL.I.
4o mirCiMiii Bottom toooU be addraetiM Douglas, E. B. Roah. i r
r T.lJabuse. Yla.L. Dora J. K. Rampb, Idw.RaalerauB. I I The city .ls teat a-uui..irt; but souirwhat : the time doe not expire until April L HARDY. "

stnigxIliiK. .U-du the. |>Mur 'lit In which candidate may qualify For Member ..
CoaDQ'aI. Commlttee
ft. SMATOR4.ea. Erwin W. W. C H. I For Member National> CommitteeJ. -
of the .I.'t't, dirge b
;I qae and have their naines put OB the for Seventh District '
.JSOM r. Talllalnra. JortoMiTlUk, Enloe Dr. G.Prlaaell. Rampb, Oo. |I nothlug sugc<>stltp of a MrrliurtowaI a BROWNE.
.... MCI*'* *. M Menr.r... aeoU.c : The ballot when printed for UM at E. T. KINO.
L. B. I
G. C. Safford. .
on-tbe-IIke al Mit thin city for the C GlnDOX .

H.CONUKE3MBK: riaoacan R. s. Sewell. B. G.tezelbjr. grounds. surrounding ....-.. of lue bonnen i iI I II. be lection will b* more than twice aa F. W. POPE. JOHN MULLIKIN.

An Dutrfcs (Mafcn Bs- the KM: UooolBobt. ,- Frederick J. 8. J. 0. I t I are btantlued with gardens typh-al of I I long a* this one aa here art to be rule For Member County Executive Cooamltue .

In. Itaii*. foloika. Fran*. J. B. fiulroer, C. F. Out stale retimrninLAll between each name and blank line for Eighth DUtrlct.

.;:aaPs a.Od. Iestnoa.. M.: apart.aa Owlaek A. P.Glrtmaa. Smith. Julio I I the states are lo be represented I I on which to write other names.Voters For Judge of Circuit Court-Seventh CEO. P. BUL.(. _

BAJLkUAU CUll 1101101W.Jd Jame Stooeman. f. B. I at the World. I'alr. Thin means can begin practicing. marking Circuit- For .

Oootph, C o. R. Suiter. A. 3.Gautier great JeoL a shining triumph for tbe 'I a cross mark (X) before the namesof MINOR & JONES. itts.o-.

Brew**, Key Wool Ckalrsua.B. I Louisiana run-Lane Exposition, and I', be candidate for which they will "
L .... Lite. kin*. T. N. Shaaaliaa. M. furnUbe. anutber Illiwiratioa of the W. A. FILER.
J.... ._J_. Graham. I wish to vote. For State Attorney Seventh Clrcnt For Member
B,C. D.... M....-. Clrrk.H .s. 8ew.n. John I fact that this ExpiMltkni's roDJP..1 County Executive Committee -
....._ MHI oBW el die Laud oTllokoooM. Garthsld. C. H. Seymour. R. H. ness .U lie marvel of the age.Fiftyone I Ca.cJL G. BUTT. I for Tenth DistrictS

Cramling. J. C. Bawteli. J. P. I .,.t..... territork-ii and JOHN C. JONES. I. L. PATTERSON.

D. B.COMXUS8IOXEK. GaJUttP. Shaw. H. B.GaaUat' sessions" of be Vnlleil Vtstea ..-1 For United State 8eaatol'WILKINSON C. D. LEFFLER. .1-

f JOBS B. BoUlj, Miami.BUUTUK ', R. B. Taylor.. R. R. taken the step nn-nuwry to iartM- CALL. For 4tateSeia, or-I::th District For Member County Executive Committee

.. inn DUTKICT I Orlfflnc. A. M. Turnage J. L pate la the WorWs. Fair on an linportant ; WILLIAM S. JENNINGS. M. 2. SAMS for Eleventh District.

......... Reward a4 Dot --.) I Glrtmaa. W. H. Tatum. a a outside scsle.the fold But at two the utsta.last report were still and I Ila J. N. C. STOCKTON. F. M. HUDSON.For J. F. BURTESHAW. W.

Hare; J. H. Tatum. J. H. JAMES P. TALIAFERRO. **
.... t. 1(. Dtatiek. rata Brack. each of tbeve wa a well. defined j W. J. SHONE. '1f

Hill..L. E. movement In favor of Imnjc npreMated For Member County Executive
DU>>>K oocmr KirkUKiiTATirg.jrskaoi ; the Legislatnr Coss-
it : Hunter, J. O. "'aboD. C H. For la Congress-Second
at the Fair with building sal exhlblta. : Representative GRAHAM W. KING. | mitts for Twelfth District

W.<<.... Fuller*., I Hill, William. Whortoa. F. H. New 1I"811"'hl.| l the oh borne ,! Congressional District BENJAMIN BUTTON. E. H. KIRKMAN.

s DADE CwnrTT orriCKRR. Hetherincton. M. F.White. E. L. stale, and IMawar are HH> mates referred J. E. ALEXANDER For Member
County Executive
COUMJ,,,,,,-4Un g.Heyorr.. MU.L"cumy I Hen.r. A, E. Wall T. A. to. la New llaiupi-lilre: a fuel I. J. M. BARES Committee -
Att.tany-J T. B-Mrn HIM for partli-lpstlon U licitu. rained privately For Clerk of Circuit Court for Thirteenth District

Sort al Circuit Crt and Brenrdrr D M. Hall. W. W. Whaler H. T.Worlejr FRANK CLARK
,i _F C. ,_bum,Cvra..al UIWT by | lrlollcHIT.HII... K.. that In I E. C. DEARBORN.J. C. W. HILL,
MriV-Jab ,......LI.LC.frdI.woTasrsTboaJ. Hahn F. W. O. A. the event of h-eUhii .i' iujtthiu tbl* I IeomnMliwealtb Ipendirs CHARLES DOUGHERTY.W. S. FREDERICK. For Member County Executive Committee

.. H........ C'...,.. Hugh,., W. D. Wilson, J. LWoodworth. I may .b.. ntar..,.'Nit..L i P. WATSON..notice Z. T. MERRITT. for Fourteenth District.
; .'
w.tlrnvawssur Homer J. W. J. F. t I .
<" tO..wr --(:. 11. >e La... I Jones M. E. Wilson R. S. I IKolla ever fT.'ssxitw. In their. effort* .
ikurrMMi.ol_ Pupbe I..t.. '." o* Supra ai Coirt-Six G W. SULLIVAN.
..1It),'..rwx.erltt.bursa ,...... I A. J. Xlmaalei. C. L. i to show off to lift ;I'"''r';.... at theFsp.usiln.n.
_4 .. ,_ eo>. .. 1 Tbiii ix a ,..ltb..n'anal, a Years- For SheriffJOHN Justice of the Peace Second District .
,..CTlJurown.ir.Tp Um ttkor ***; *-c I I
IAtnlaal\ .
? third inure than w,,. 'I..I.I| l tl.eCblcaKO l ,
A. JuliUrr, k.. ... MclKirlkt. Yull.ra.J.h.urJ 1 The past week baa been onr of uni i > cta. at I
Kl.. .1.11. A. ll loM. C..u exp<..iti 1.." I,, Ii w ..I..tr... In J. R. ABR.\MS I R E. L McFARLIN.
Clerk ..! ....11I0< u I ....a1PF Itemrvora. .dd nun to thi.. 1,1'- .-iiuo in ninny Justices of Supreme Court (Vote JOHN R. ONEAL. I POT Ju.o.or the P -.-Third District. ,
nick I In rorcerned The sop this lit..... e.'i:: !La ; ; R. J. CHILLING
eiacriT OOCRT OF SEVENTH: JUDICIAL i, u iii fII1 ';" \li.bils.. Qie for three)- II J. M. WILLIAMS. WORTH.
;; Of IICUIT. par has been mor. varied .thit! ever : fun lw for w bw.b 'jr->. n Im Imlixl, 'ID R. S. COCKRELL. : I For Justice of the Peace. Ninth District -

1.s. IM4tI ...s otber..uauea./.) ,"'on>, and everything marketahle'has these figures The pear 'Sl.rl'; e\rh't! For _
t T. V SHACKLEFORD. County r- I
_J.4....-)( .....*. ,....... T.tuniUrPn..riia. I been on the go to Northern marfftx. idea U eit'lnriy novel I'nun a n-nila'r t II. E.
Afnr-J-4 !>. BeK... <>-l rxJeClMk of the ..tat<-< there will IK J. B WHITFIELD. I c. H. It.\l LERSOX. WOODVLU
.4 C.ir -E. C D. rl.rn. J4i..mLf It I U a lively debt to witness piHTilmrtCyrfniy BEN H'POSTER.For I For Justice of tbe Pace, Tenth Dla-
.i!Tar.of C r. ,in CvarT mute'.*' n f n '1 bf, departure or the mldnleht train, exhibits iirovklnl! oprvinl. ap. 1
M.ius7."Lev Fimnk M ttprmc Trr n ..c Ftni M MoMiirjB April.'rDADE. Tbs Cl'r 1 of tbe States pmu>nt, a N U. BROWARD. Tax Collector W S. HILL. /

;; : COURT COCKT.IMMr .N'tIS matter 'In sent awar On on. picture of nurpmwins .....ul)'. Nature C. M. BROWN. W. E. NORTON.R I J C GR.\MLJNG. ..j
venlnit! clnrine the part week more has lone' much M aM in the '
A/Wl creation Fpr Justice of the Trace
-r.Hrr. E. H. r rr lll ml. R. W. DAVIS. B. )lcLE 'OOX. Thirteenth
, # rio-. llit Alton.*!-I T. KuKt.... M..I.i .tian/f>'8Kj>erica*r' were sent by ex-: of the picture.. Never beforaalias any J
Flnrt lamiay !. J.. Iwrv.Fir 11. II. MAYS. W. G. DEEERRY.CH District :1}
Sttal.v *- exposition .....o..hJto to grant sucb ... :
rev on the train. The business *o -
$pfma ...- b.sday ta April.aaamerTarslrM \RLE3 PEACOCK. H. J. BURKHART.
M.HMlT 4a JmjFm rantageous sites for state bulldlngt.Tbe ; i
far ereed: that any prerloM year '
foil T..._- > Mna4o. lo Ortakrr. bnihlin are situated on a plateau K'/r Secretary of State- T. N. GAUTIER.For For Constable for Second District. 1
i O.B. U1DOFFICE.eAI5E riU.E.H. eyed-table. I s'mnt i-eventy,Bve feetblcber than the J. E. BROOM E. ALLEN H 'DEr.r:. '

*CIo...., leant<*f. !; semi gnmna to tbe north opus wbk-b H. C CRAWFORD County Anesaor of Taxes ForConstable for Thrd District

'..U.__ BoKMr.DHECTOBT. that the business of the express ollee l': 'stand the ruin exhibit pal....... They.are j jI I Ij D F". _..ID._.. n rn O BUTLER. ILA, Caut.iat W ..I
u. --
CHCEu here U more than $ISp1O ahead of anyprerlous I j bills and ravlues here. and there.. 'i u. -
.._.UDnH Vnlera one could oee enabling tbe Und- i.hns to Uy out a
I "' ..M.dnck wpm!T.s year. 1 mast delightful of roads Par Attorney General a u xuiAMES. FRANK CARLISLE. -
..-aia.f,.= at for himself the extraordinary amount{ pattern and [1 ... a. .' .
..'. P.o.i.. "._ .. .....; .Vrsyra.eaei.a.vey.d.e.dar ( terraces and Ja...... > W. H. ELLIS; C. P. METCALF.For : .
.. .Itdt& &I 7. sin etwdblly I. of track Kent away one cannot comprehend !'I
f54. .. t.STOITe. ,_. I Tbe Muallevt of the state buildings I I. A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS. For Prosecuting AttorneyH. Constable for Tenth District

,> M-.- Rraruwaa. lu..Os. tsr..r .... the magnitude of the business j that of An....... whk-h fit..... near tberoutbmxtrrn F ATKINSON G. L. CHANDLER. !

.." M C .Mfc. .. ..--rro,.... ....... ..-f'tI_ don. *id the Importance of this station entrance to the grounds. Fix Cptrollet'- L. M. NICHOLSON
f. clay at Ia. p.a; Sswdaf III ... ... .-Sanford Chronlt'le.fAKES I One of the large ta that Mlw-oori.. I I JAMES T. SANDERS.
.. "-,, ,... II...: Law.r.Yi.O.MJspa 1 1I I I A. C CROOM. ROBT. TAYLOR. 4
.... ... ar 1M p. ..C.a FcV w.uno.. from the dome of which It la said that CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.
...... J
.; ) A CLEAN SWEEP. i perhaps the very fluent view of tbeExpOTitlon .
A L rw...... Oorvrr &*.... C mkj ink! > mar be enJoyeiL This I II 1 For State TreasurerW. -
--.1.. r 11 .'_ .. s.. _. For County Judge Mr.' C. Peterson OS Lake St To-
| building b V. KNOTT. .
r-snol saiajau rtolacuo at 1'a .. a pubice IB the Italian renalMKiHV :
'i., A. E. HEY8ER. peka. Kansas
.- -_.. ,:tI" .., JaalnrB>worUi > There's nothing like doing B thingthoroughly. : architecture, built. at a root sayOf all the eovgn
: uwtlas VrJmntm- I of flO,..OniL Near by ta the reproduction H. B. SAUNDERS Jr. remedies BalUrd' Horehound syrup .
of Public Instruction
=:i"iIi.ebrk; err'la v. Of a41 the Sah'w'OII ever For State Superintendent '
...A.Kovm.raotor I of th>I. CablMo at New Orlnnn. In I. my favorite; It baa don and win .j
: heard of. BnckJeVa Arnica Salre Is "
'T..rn'c.r.L-- B ... Wk which the Lonbnana rnrcbase transferceremonlea I H. HOLLOW AT. For County Superintendent of Pnblh.. do all that la claimed for It-to *.sedUy ,
vLnct-Moratos; Ftanr. II orlork; taoaty I the best It sweeps away and curs.burns took place- Lea""' .'* cur all I
'(toot M... grmlBg Psy.rt.u: Wcdo> sores, bruises, cuts, bofla. ml- ,/ state unlU-ng. Ohio... a clubhouse I W. N. SHEATS. Instruction cough and cold aad H to 1
4a7 -.c tl8: HoI, Ksekftrlot. emry In I so sweet and pleasant to th* taste
'is oajr la all Pint sod tkM *.od..,. si <.era. skis eruptloos and piles Iti of highly ornate d>.ign.. IB the architecture R. E. HALL. .
Uul Inc ok4 Kitik .... Porter otB. ....o.se SSe. be. |I.OO bottle cold by Red
a _N..us s!a9D: ... V. B. rvLUk. Itsete.PaasTTaia. only !Sc, and guaranteed to gin sat- of the French rraa.......... Illl- For Commissioner of Agriculture JAMES C HARRIS.B. Cross '

Lots h promlnmi with a most preteutlouf I a E. )leLIN.I a KINO.F Pharmacy. a
.. lk acne( .o4 .....* AP..rOLa..oey0.u ii-faHkm. B.U 4na ts...
4s --.IIIU.' "" rm-tnrr.. with wide verandas. -I It'or }
....rwry kuoi<.,. tILIJaWw. dw Bad a rumma inline cupola. I Hon. W. M Holfowav' the man who
F.... r_. :I I Aallroad Commlsslorer' .
i.I 1 A deorrtptlon. of each of the state ... hnpervipor of Registration has "dared" to run against Czar
I VW.tn.> ...,._tlnftrrr. kirH. ot Mrv The official records of Alachna counIT a L. MORGAN. I
buildings, with : J.t.. B; KTESHAW.M Sheata.
1 I*.OorTIk ol r_.... ,... sod Buy 4n ft.1 any detail would morethan U actively campaigning, and 1
*, aw.. ...-- Noo4ov.fs I and of the State of Florida proveI fill a awMirr page. It ta onlypoMUMe ,'. GOODE. 'Is receiving the cordial! support of ,
I that Mr. Holloway has made a conrctentkms. here to blat I: For Adjutant-GeneaalJ. -
.<< MIAMI BOARD OF TRACK. at some of the those who believe that politic, sod
i diligent competent and Interesting structure California for C. R. FOSTER rFor
County ComDlI..tou..rFI""1 schools should be divorced and that .
'Y ..id.t. WUIteoji M. Brow I rucreoaful school superintendent. Instance baa repniduceil la exact six ALLEN THOMAS.

Plne" Vhl Proolnoiit. T. T. Moons Sheath states that he Is Incompetent |j.... famous old La UabUa U......*. I DiMrict merit rather thaa a political pull

, ........ Vteo-ProoldMt I J. B. LBOMM I Which are the Toters of old Putnamto Connecticut pri.m1..,. a replica of the For State Chemist F. C AICHER. should be considered when educational f

1Io I "lIntbe official records or them 1 I.r R. E. ROSE.
B. B. Tatoox. tbe poetem Lydia llautley Slgonr-

Board of O..ra.eeW.. If. anT ..assertions of a politician i Bey hi her tin... This building ta said A THOUGHTFUL MAX1L .

" T: Moor. I. C. Lmnra A. K. Boy It will take more than the mudslinging ,to be the best specimen of purely Fur Presidential Electors For County Commissioner-Sewn! ; d I __

r ww, J. B. Rouiy. F. W. Hmta. W. W.P't of :Air. Bam to make the people 1 colonial architecture sour standing H. B. BAILET. OI rtrt- M.

-i Jofco I.wo1L1TNDINO lose slghjt of that 25 per cent contract |I".. New Kentucky Home from the T. A. JENNINGS CEO W. LAINHART. I Austin, of Winchester tad, i
COMMITTCES.XAVTBAJIM. 1 knew what to do la the hour of need. )
Blue(: ta
with raMitste. a bandsnm clubbouae -
., W. R ; Pmttorooo B. L sBan4oro. which he entered Into the I j. a c KOONCEA. E. DIMICK. t

': JMOM T.; -. K H.; railroad eorporatloa while decrying| that would make some of the 1 1I B. NEWTON. His wife had such an unusual ease of
mamikias along Fifth avenue. NewI
Wortoy. a A. Is F. B. 8TONEM\.N. stomach and liver trouble physician
corporations. Inconsistency a poor
K. BMk_ F. I I York city look Innlgniflcai Beau- For County CommissionerThi rd!I
t BRlUOES-BoJtoT., ; volley to pursue as the Jacksonville the house which. Jodi 'I could not help her. H* thought of i j
> volt quaint old \
W Hkta. r. W.; Boo.. C. J.; rroaoTtck I (froetR. -
: 31.t .f aspirant will find out on the Bight: ot terms Davis owned and occupied for For Delegates at Large. National Convention E. MCDONALD sod tried Dr. King New Lit Pills J

HKALTH AXD ANrTAKT-Jo k.oo>. I May 18. j many years to reproduced by MissisBiMiL I{I T. WINFIELD.. and she got rlef| at one and was .

J M. Jr.J ........ W. W.; solo: OUVwnto Its wide verandas or galleries T. J. APPLETARD.W. finally cured. Only JSe. at all 4 drmf-

"" : Farts... .. ..: fans H. M. I A DANDY FOR BURNS. 'i give It a B90M<< Inviting appearance.I < J. HILLMAN.CLAY e'-t& !

1 RIVZBa (t1CD HARBi ftS-aoXJwIdo. I I i Washington's headquarters at Morrts-j jI For County Commisaioner-Fore. t'th 1 .,
H-t R ..*. M..ar4 C; Tat_ N.> New
it CUM. town J- are reproduced by DlstiictJOHN the rural districts. It ta found that
r B B.t Ihooohoa K.RAILBOADC Dr. Bergla. Elgin, Iris writes: "I Jersey. Virginia contributes Monti-1 A. P. JORDAN

r AND ntRIOHTftrro4r. have used Ballard'i Snow Liniment; I cello the home of Thomas Jefferson. JOHN S. BEARD. SEWELL.A. Frank Clark I* easily the favorite IB fcs*

B. U: 1A er. C. D.; Loototao.K.t I. A-. always recommended It to my friend Tbr state of Washington contribute* 'II T. E. BRYAN. LEE ALLEN.For the congressional race. HU bold '
Wm. W..
4 Cnrlm. a* t am eonBdnt there Js BO better B structure of unique deslga. It ta 'I W. J. BRYAN stand la opposition to the trusts, and ;

Chatb. made at to a dandy for bans.' Those I called the Wigwam lye stories i C. A. CARSON} County Commissioner FlftlDirt 1 .
high bunt of wood from Washington Infavortng Federal aid for good road,
1 N; Tkooiolo*. C. UAOniCCI.TCIt&BtockMUb who lire OB firms ars-especially liable I I CLEON A. STEPHENS.Knr rtct- 5
B. T.; forests. Tbe budding to octagonal a duty on Egyptian cotton and establishing

I.s' _.. r. ": TMkom. J. 8.; Or. .... A. to many accidental cuts, burns, braise, with gigantic diagonal. timbers rising 8 A. BELCHER.E. rural mail delivery systems j
which heal. rapidly whet Ballard Delegate National ConventlonEecond O
MDos3.B. from the ground and meeting IB SBI has met with the hearty eadars.mentof
i- 1
; ru.uc Bmu>ma -aMMr. J W.; Snow Ualment ta applied. It should I I apes daily feet In tbe air above Congreealonal District the country: folk. -i

........ R. C.; Moffly. J. B.: ....... 'always be kept IB the house for cases which bt biUlt an odnervstory. from D. L. GAfLDEN.

r, ,...: ......... H. T.MAHrrAcnmrsrrtooon.. I''of emer T cy.- !&4'. (Ae, tl.OO bottle. wbkia'kI vb-w of tbe Expooli i t, D. K. BATCHELOR. Members Board of Public. Instruc.1
oh ci '' lion. First District .1I A GRB.AT SENSATION.
r. tins lie had. An elevator will I :4
For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.dw T. R. >
l. Moor* T. T.: .,...... a. A.; .....*. B.W 1 carry visitors, to the observatory ANDERSON W. L. WIDEMEYER: .

.:Tunty J. B.TDUCATfOXALPuM1a.. | > New Turf PnuwTlTsnlii. Ohio Arkansas J. E. T. BOWDEN. EU SIMS. : There was B big sensation in Leeevllle. ,1
.. W. M-|
: (............... Went '"lralf II. Indiana. For Members Board of Public ln tructlon. .. lad. when W. H. Brown of that
W. OMtlor. BotaHDk B. The campaign for Congress downIn ,
W. :
Haul "' .......1.. Texas and many r'i.r Members at Large State Commtt- I place who was ex,>ected to die had
fco Second
a. .ua.
...>......Ao Uj ... .. Jr ; the first district Is eliciting much District 1

5 Jo.r.: Koto A. J. throughout the State. Spark- eel1ft'1"" by buildings E. W. J. PARRISH.For U* Uf. and by Dr. Kings New Dia:. ..
Interact .
which cannot fall to arouse admiration.
T.Mono. .
anORATIOIBla > .. B. (Vote for Thirteen.) Member Board of Public lustrum, emery for Consumption. Ie writes:
r. *. Tmtuk. t, H.. Dora. i. K. Kin has Influential friends working Tbe- Texas bnlMIng to In R B GARNETT.W. 4 "I endured insufferable agonies from

/l1....-. I..w. in his "behalf but just now It appears the shape of a ftve pointed star sa W. FARMER tins Third I District, ''Asthma. Cut

,r ZNTBRTAIlM1t1T-........ R. W.I aa, if Mr. McNsmee's Indomitable en-. appropriate Men for tbe big Ijone W. M. BURDINE your Ne.DIaeoYerF gave'
K-: Botnr.B. baa C.EO L. BIHL. me Immediate relief and soon thereafter -
Bode H.. CL; G.ttbaae.yC. c:= and eloquence will more than Star State. Iowa a magnificent .
I. a.; ...... ...... y masks with claaider f'C'I't"aDd a''1 B. N. MATHES. effected a complete etare.-.81I11I. ."
oierrome all obstacles. To.., theN For ,
County Member State Comoiitte-
a ttoojo
ADYtIITt/INO-tot.& ; central tower containing an oboerrs- D. U. FLETCHER.N. tar cures of coosdmptron. pneumonto.miichltia .
B. Byfekftao T.; Boek.a.4S. ->>t. things "look good"; for Bob. E. N. DIMICK.
... .. P. : tory chamber. Kansas. Indian Tealtort' A. BUTCHK and grip are numerous.
V3 H.t .rbstiat. lI.r.fte F B. 8T\ 'EJUN. i .
and Oklahoma each uphold the '
B. RACLERSON. t s the
pfericas remedy for an throatand
filii Est eI sassbun kusbIIlU Judging from his excellent addreov growing repntatton of the southwest a I
W. M. MILTON JR.J. hmc t-nnMes Pr'- cAp and f oa
I IV. folowtLSM 1I
ntontr ta an nr M and et I
Mr. TaliaferroI for enterprise fertility re-
d.Urered la Palatka.
L Jactaon, J. 1C, Jr. ......... 1 M. LAM AR For Fish and Game Warden Guaranteed by all druggist Trial j

fie. W. K. Coif A. J. .1 i I a speaker ao well as a worker. j I I H. L. DODD. E. A. GRAHAM. I bottte free.IB S _-A



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I a certificate of exemption fothe two 'date for the office of dork of tko Ctr- INSPECTORS APPOINTED. .

I'' curt court subject to tho action of the I .
i I years.PATME.'T OF POLL TAXES. Domocratie IS. 101 party. Primary election May 'I The meeting was called to order br

'(fie professions I t, In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. S. FREDERICK.FOR Chairman Filer la the city ball UUoJ.Fla. .

primary election on May 10th or June ., at S p: m.. April It. 1904.
Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May
17, 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 TAX COI.LECTOR. The following members were present

fr SLP.ttssoa I 10th and June 7th. 1904 in Dade County. matt be paid. on or before S o'clock P. I hereby announce myself a candidate In person or by proxy] : Messrs. Jonas* .

I I M. Friday. April 29, 1904 (ten day be- for the offlc of tax collector of Jones Potter. Ljrmaa. lung Bull.

I I fore the first primary election). Dade County r subject to the action of Filer Buitesbaw, and Klrkman

:E : des Erwin.: ,.} f A meeting of the County Democratic law; and shall at once forward the the coming Democratic,primary Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected

I Executive Committee for Dade county, returns to the Chairman of the County dw T. N. GAUTIER. i I acting eeeretarr.I .
Florida, was held at Miami. Florida Executive: Committee. -' I, The minute of the last meeting wer*

WI11-la all roart tutt tat rt ml on the 11th day of April. A. D. 1904. i The assessment to be paid by the I i* hereby given that the Registration FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.I i read sod approved.The ..

lp.eiaiteriUtiedO'.za.l.Iarsad ,.rhfCI'.1 pursuant to adjournment.The i varioji candidates shall be as follow: I Books of Dad County, for hereby respectfully announce myself call for primary sea iUIOOUII..a!

lean TWo Mteail, Fla. following amended call for a Representative ...... ........ $11 00 I( the primary election to be held May 10. as a candidate for the offlc of aa follow:

P aloxar7. primary election wa adopted, t -wlt: Senator ...... :.. .. .......... IS 00 ;( 1IOt.: will be opened In the several I State's Attorney of tile Seventh Judicial See official: call on third page.

P. T. SIAWS. K. D.. Notice 1* hereby given that there Sheriff . . .... ... ... .. 35 00 election districts Dade twenty Florida I Circuit subject to the vote of A motion was made br Mr. Kirkma.

... OM rfcwwMT will be a Democratic Primary Eelee- I i Clerk of the Circuit: Court...... MOO on the 29th day of March A. D. Democratic primary, to nominate county eonmlsloara
Gate with
iMMrareMkccnMran Uon held In the several election districts j Tax: Assesnor .................. 2000 1904. and will be closed on the 2Sth dw CECIL G. BUTT. and member of the school hosed *y

C of Dade county. Florida oa May j Tax Collector .......'.......... U M day of April. A. D. 1904. districts. Same wa defeated by a>

MIAMI. FLOBIDA. i 10th. 1904 and if necessary on June County Treasurer ............. 20 00 I Th3 following persons are hereby FOR COUNTY SCHOOL IVPlRIItTEN- Tote of C to S.

7th. 1904. for the nomination of all County Judge ................. U 00 i appointed l-*..its r. t->r.ttonflrrr* DENT. A communication from a meeting ef

Ds J. M. JACXSOS. JK, Democratic candidates. State and county County Attorney .............. 10 00 I 1',.r tl p rye ..J f .<..1.! .& district, to- I hereby upertetoadoat announce of myself Palls a laotraetwa....mdst.roe candidate held in Miami May 10 1904.wa ,.

to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction | wit: of Dade County. snb>et to tko wm of read and discussed by various oaadidate -

omci: electors at the General Election to beheld ...... ........... I 00 Number One Stuart-W. G. Park*] the ....... as nay bo expr5m.d at tboapenechraa' before the committee. Finally

HOTEL BISCAY BLOCK.Ava.D.KUIIL November 8th. 1904. and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... I 00 Number Two. J.plter-R. E. L. Me-j Domoor>tle primary election the following Inspector, clerks and
by the Democratic Governor Farland. B. K. KALI I polling places were decided for
Supervisor of Registration.... I 00 dw
of the State between the date of hold- Miami FlaPost S the following precinct
Member of County School BTd. 1 00 Number Three West Palm BeachE. -
B. RUSH lag such primary election and the hold- | No. 1-Inspector*. C.., McPherso
W H. Dimick. .
Justices of the Peace......... 1 00 TAX ASSESSOR.I .
of the election A. D. 1XX. Ernest Stypmaa. J. )(. Exam
ttt-mh It,...'. 'Phone M. lug primary Constable ..................... 1 00 Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) hereby announce myself aa a ; etonr.H. ;
Office and of a Democratic candidate for W. Hesaer; polling place store at
Restdeae. 10th Street and Avenue County Fish and Game Warden 1 00 Cullen Pence. CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of

B. 'Phone2R.. United States Senator to be voted for All candidates are required to file a Number Five Delray H. J. Sterling. Dada County subject to the action of "Miss Walter Kltchlng. J
MAMItFLA. by the Democratic members of the Legislature No. Inspector-,. E. Edwards J. B.Islar. J
Number Six Pompaao Cavender.
written application to have his name the Democratic primary.
of the State o fFlorida. at Itssession Henry Brooker; clerk B. C Mil- .-
appear upon the official ballot on : Number Seven Fort Lauderdale d C. L. XIMANIES.FOR : .
r. w. BACKUS, 11er
In A. D. 1906. I ; polling place, school house
'. C'r. blanks furnished by the Committee, 1 M. Marshall.
The following officers are to be nominated No. 1-Inspectors, H. L. Holler L 9
and Detail Made accompanied with the fees above set Number Eight OJn*-J. W. Ives.
Tuns 8Pf'Clea"'o.1' at said primary election to-wlt: STATE SENATOR. W. Burkhardt. N. H. BUtch.- clerk J
for Buildings of Al: Kinds. Fine. forth with S. L. Patterson Secretaryof Number Nine, Lemon City-Warren
SpecialtyOrrice 1 United States Senator. hereby announce mytoif aa a candidate W. Comstock; polling place, eta
Residences a the County Democratic Executive
1 Representative In Congress Second for State Senator frown the Thirteenth house.
:. 1315. ATCxtnt: D. Committee on or before the 21st day Number Tea Miami-C D. Leffler.
Senatorial District of
Congressional District Florida No. Inspectors., W. H. Cox. C A
of April. A. a 1904. '
Number Eleven Cocoanut Orov*-
1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the subject to the win of the Democratic Mall Jess Danghtry; clerk Can**

: s.csara. fall term of six /..noI This April llth 1904. I A. T. Carter. party to be expressed at the primary : Pence; polling place, school boson
Ds W. A. Filer Number Twelve Cutler-D.CBrown. '
.election May 10. 111I4. No.
Justice of the Supreme Court. I11I.peetora, J. E. Chamber*
DENTIST. 1 Governor. Attest- : Chairman. Number Thirteen. Silver Palm-C. r. M HUDSON IL B. Taylor T. M. MeEae; clerk H.
P. Bun.SecretM7
George I
HeetaWh 4---lau.tr.a.seas NA..eN 1 Secretary of State. W. H11L TJIltaJa Fla P. Hodges; polling place, school ......
DaM pro tern. I
Number Fourteen. Dee:1J-.ld-O. W.
No. t--Inspectors. Z.
IIIAIIL. FLOIBDA. 1 Attorney-General. QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. Careader. vUmstoad.
I Comptroller. Sullivan. FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNET. R. r. Saxon; clerk W. BLCassels
First Primary-Tuesday. May 10
This March 12. 1904. ; polling placer HardeVs ......
1 Treasurer. 1904. hereby announce myself as i caadl-
Home Seekers I A. T. CARTER No. 7.-Inspector* R. A Bryan W.
1 Superintendent of Public Instruction. -. Secord Primary Tuesday, Juan<< T. date for the offlc of Prosecuting Attorney -
Supervisor Rtgistrathra. Dad Co. Fla. L. .
Braekwoll. D.
r\tten6oo. 1904. I for Dade county subject to the ; clerk Freak

interestto 1 Commissioner of Agriculture. approaching Democratic primary *leUoa. Stranahaa; polling place Straaahaa'a
Ton will find it to your General Election-Tuesday November newkaO.
call on me before inveatmgrnrniahed 1 Railroad Commissioner. H. F. ATKINSON. ,
houses and rooms to 1 Adjutant-General. I. 1504. I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. I Miami. Flav No. .-Inspector*. H. Padgett. J. r. i

Real bargain In real estate. The registration books for the primary : Newton J. W. Ins; clerk R. Cothroa;
rent 1 Stats Chemist .
and cou.try. Insurance taxes. election will be opened la each JUBTlCE--- I I polling place, school house. R
city 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh FOR THE PEACE.I .
to. I .
attested "" '11110 win be Inserted m the
collections, etc.. election district In this county on No. I-III.peetora, J. 8. Pardee. A.W.
amboniing Judicial Circuit Daily and weekly Itotrepoll for tea dollars
have a special license March 29. 1JOt. and will be kept open : Cromartl. J. 8. Peters; clerk J. ft i
all kind legal transfers 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial er ta ettkcr edition for ave dollars hereby announce myself as a candidate -
.< to of prepare real estate Low fees. Circuit every day Sundays excepted aatfl the Candidates for Comity Co..mlsrtnnirsaad for Justice of the Peace la Dis- Peadletoa; polling placer school hoses

atteDtioll. ;;. 1 Prosecuting Attorney. 2CU day of April 1904.. at which Um members of the school board win bechr strict No. 10. and respectfully ask the I No. lG-la.pectora, L A. Osbara. JL

Prompt C. C. CARROLL. they wail be dosed. *..J ou-haU UMM mjnonataMe support of the Voter la said dlatrlct.I I, M. BurdI... Frank Jaodoa; clerk M. &
1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial announcement Inserted ...W paid
Notary. Public.ATK. District I The registration book will not be I r.... d. William 8. HUL Kellum; polling place, city hall

ins P. nut Kvm if.W.CMAYNARD Repreeea-I reopened for the second primary lec- I, No. 11-Inspector*, Jackson Pea. '
1 Member of the House of <
cork John ..
tion. i FOK COUNTY TKKASCRZB.T I hereby announce mysef! a candid-:I McKlnste. J. W. Galloway;

Reliable; tatives. All persons may register who are i ate for re-election .. Justice of the clerk Fletcher Altmrjr; poIU.C. plaee. 1

GnoJ_" Ofdclaa 1 County Judge. citizens whether they have paid their i the Dnnoerade Voters of Dade COOBty Peace in this the 10th district. A* I ,: Old Hardee house
1 Sheriff. Florida: No. 1-lupecton. W.
poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote I am now serving la this capacity I A. Cooper. 3.
: 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court I hereby ant unce myself a candidate'" Oca Stinehouser. W. J.
a...D.***..reoVOmee.Oasset of Taxes. unless their poll taxes which may be I far r.slocUoa to the ones of Treaswer would appreciate an endotemeet In''< Doaghertr
1 County clerk Ceo. W. Hoodie J
iemttii! Ftttki: legally due are paid aa provided H* of rH-V County norida. aubjoet to tko accordance with the Democratic prtaclples :' ; polling pUee. .
1 Tax Collector.
Brown ft
riu Jtftkrj. te law. of returning !or a second term
Tattles, Cocks 1 County Superintendent of Public Instruction. i I .ot_ an .-tn be uprosxd ta tko Dem- No. ll-ln.pectors,. Henry Gosssasv -
POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. an Incumbent who ha satisfactorily'' .
oeratle prim.iry Mar M. ISM. Ernest -
-- Mall. Will
Payment of poll taxes for 1903 and I C.. H. RACI. RaON. filled the once.d Anderson; dart C. to j

GEO. L. MCDONALD I 1 Surveyor. 1903 la a prerequisite to voting at all : dw Miami Fla. John C. Grunting i W. Hill; polling place, school base .t J
1 County Treasurer. No. 14-Inspectors. J. W. Saxon W. ;.
I _
elections this I
CMtajlBitrW C County Commissioners. year. E. Blantoa. W. H. Slxtrnak
FOR STATE SENATE.I ; clerk J. .:
.., aW ....h.-!.* La"' a __a 7 S Members of the County Board of / Can
COCOANUT OROVK. FLA. Public Instruction. The following conditions exempt ]i dw County Judge. I State Senator from the Thirteenth ;\ It was moveafad carried that names

1 Justice of the Peace la and for Districts person from the payment of capitation ,; Senatorial District of Florida subject of candidates for member of the soar ..f

NOL 1. 2. *. *. I, 1. T. .. 1. or poll taxes: ,; FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. I I to the will of the Democrats of Brevardand ty executive committee be placed oa '

J. A. DANN. III, 1L U and IS. First-Any ODe who has lost a limb !:I The many friends aDd supporters '01.I I I Dadecounties to be expressed. at the regular ballot. -'zo-'I:

ens t..t..rnn tat ti15 r.r. 7rtaasa 1 Constable la and for Districts NOL la battle. j II I the present members of the Board of I I the primary election May 10th. 1904. It was also moved and carried that t ..1

.. r ", r' -. 1 1. 2. *. 4. I, 6. 7. 1. I. 10. 11. 1J Second-Any one who was SS years< County Commissioners for Dad I I M. Seabrook Sams.Conrtenay. candidates for game warden be placed .. !

'_. ... sr.u.A.sat and 13. of age on or before December 31. I90L> ,: county; have prevailed upon them to I Smart Co, Fla. oa the regular ballot and the euti- .-'"

1m Third-Any one becoming of (21 for and dates for said office be assessed HUM.
:". I Presidential Electors age land re-election hereby pre I j

= .:.9r11. 4 Delegates at Large to National Con years old) on or after January 1. 1903. | sent their names, aa follows: F. C FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. Mr. Johns, of Precinct Na 1 handed fii

vention. Fourth-Any ODe who had become a j Alcber. George W. Lalnhart, R. E la his resignation as a member of the 04
I I tor
am a candidate the position of
fOtE1SlIONlY DTAR 5 District Delegates resident of this State, and county "'1si I 1 UrDonald. John Sewell and L. A. delegate to the National Democratic committee and the same was accepted 4

of State Commit or after January 1. 1902, Belcher to the voters at the Democratic A motion was made and carried .t.
U Members at Large I
..... ...... .,...... Fan y.a I Contention at St. Louis Mo., for Second Inspectors and clerks be t
tee. It properly registered say of the' primary of Mar III, 1904. Congressional District. I am per- paid $100 per

1 County Member of State Committee. above can vote at an elections State mitted to refer to the entire Democracyof day.The .
GOING next meeting of the
ARE YOU Member National Committee. and county, held this year without I FOR SHERIFF. Orange county regarding; my standIng was railed for April 21. 104.Ther eoma tie 1

West ? .1 Supervisor of Registration. paying any poll or eaplUtloa tax. as a Demo-rsl. an% If I am fortunate rHr .
North or ; e no further
i T. the Democratic .. of Dade Cowa- a
1 County Fish and Game 'Warden PARTIAL EXEKPTI01'os.i i enough to have your aid la motion !.
was made
I Ty. Florida: and carried to adjourn. 7.
THELonisYllle 1 Member of Dad County Democratic Persons under the following condi- i I **nr aanooace mrt a ean.l<...* : Dade county at the election. I shall ;

.Jr & Haslmlle l e : Executive Committee la and for lions will be liable for ODe poll tax I far r.- locUo to the omeo of barlsT el : greatly appreciate It. assure | CEO. P. BULL. A

Predneu Nan 1 2. 3.4.1,6,7.1. only for 1902 or 1903, aa. the ease maybe 11 Dado Cooaty. Florida subject to the you Orange county rt'&n also I Secretary Pro
wm of the majority of tko Donteerael Tea 1
Railroad I 1. 10. 11. IX 1>. Md 14. : appreciate It f -
voters a* win bo expreeod ta tko DoisocrmUe a
Otter BBfxeelled passeager seruiee. The rules governing said primary Any one who became Si .year primary to bo bold May M. MOi. Very truly your BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP r

Modern irslBS currying Pullmtasleepen election shall be the same aa those I during 1902 will be required to pay ill I dw JOHN FROHOCK.I D. N. Bachelor. Imeedlately. relieve* hoarse, croup :

I up-to-date eoache, h'ft.1' adopted by the Democratic Executive for account of poll tax for that year. I Winter Park. Fla court oppressed, rattling rasping

elialnc chair ears and dining ear j Committee at their meeting held In Any one who mar become of age (21 )r hereby announce myself as a candidate FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN. and difficult! breathing. Henry u

Wtweea northern aad southern cities Jacksonville on January Z2d. 1(04. for year old) at any Urn during 1902 J for Sheriff of Dade county j1"** Stearns, ;druggist -Shullsburg. Wta,

Them_* dining ear service In theloath. I- governing State primaries no far as will be required to pay $1 for poll tax Florida at the next Democratic pri I hereby announce myself a
Tickets rU the same will be applicable to the for the year 1903. I' mazy and ask for the vote of my for the posilon of Fish and Came selling, Balla.d's Horeboand Syrup for

All Arnte Bell Through f county primary. Those sod only those Any one becoming a resident of this fellow Democrats and those who will Warden of Dade county, subject to the two ,",n. andhare never had a prep..

Le&N. persons shall be permitted to become State and county daring 1902 will be I be qualified to become voters at that action of the Democratic pratT primary aratlTo that: has given better satiafaetlon. -

candidate before or vote at or participate primary. I promise If elected to faithfully election May lay! 1904! I notice that whet I sell a bottle {
..... ... and sleeping arrooervalioos liabU for the poll tax for 1903. ,
For rates. they
la themanagement of said primary come beck for
to perf rm the many duties of thlf Edward A. Graham. > more. I caa honestly
-i. election, who declare their adherence recommend It. He, We, 1LKX.
M. Fleming.nocMaW AH male Inhabitants .
J. i iIe wto are 21 -**" Sold
f to the principles and organi responsible office. FOR CONSTABLE. br Red Cross Pharmacy. .
P &,PII'
..-" yean U age and were under U year 'iw
W M Boy
Jaeriloo.P.. I tioral. J. M. WILLIAMS I T TI -.. i.er! 1 I
of age December 21. 1901. i,
Palm Beach Fin hereby announce myself as a candidate -
the laws of the State lawful lectors Any ODe becoming a resident of this for the offlc of Constable la When a woman admits that her

JOIE15I1ONEYAR TAll of the election districts la which they State and county prior to January 1. FOR CLBRK CIRCUIT COURT. district No. 10, promising if elected to I child has a disposition Ute Its father

f offer to vote, who have paid their poll I 1902. will be required to pay fM tax J i t hereby ajuMmaee aiysotf as a eaaoV faithfully discharge the duties of said this Is an admission on her part that

0b.MSd wt ..-. M. ...- i taxes legally due not less than ten for 1902 and 1903. ,...\,. for the ofnco of Clark of tko Or- once subject to Democratic the child is not perfectA
ride Coart of Dado County oubjoet to primary
I ,lays: tefore said primary election and If they become a resident after Janj j the action of tko Democratic primary. May 10.

EXPERIENCE SO YEArtS .bo shall when challenged by aa elector aary t UO%. and before January L'' ,t It E. L R HITE. d L. M. Nicholson. man who has ever stood apIa.8t-

pledge in writing upon oath bens 1903. they ylll be required i. pay' poll January .. i N.I I i bar and builds railroads *- '

any inspector, to abide by and tax for 1903 only: ': 1 1 know what sodden wealth la

wVTsedcg I II I iipport the reaul: cf such primary, and Any one reaching their majority (21 take thl ...eth.wJ to Inform the votr HEALTH IS YOUTH.
4 I of Dade that I wi: t..
my a eaat
II upport the nominee thereof. yean) on or after January 1. 1902. will : FOR ;Disease and
late for Bring Old
I rocloetKHi 10 the >mrf Clark Age.
I The polls shall be opened and closed! l I It be subject to payment of poll tax for ,I or too Circuit Coi.-t ubjwt to tto, Won -

: "bItT.Ola the several election districts. at th f 1903. ,' <'< UmBoermtle prtmarlo,. May la, UNITED STATES SENATOR Herblne taken before
a : atts tan fixed by the general election law Ic all cases of exemption of a voter!' a l .....1...... If elected, to perform the daU every
: I!
'b COP'fIttGMf-. 'the -o of the efflco. to the future as Is tb VOTE FOR II will keep you la robs*
following earned persons are hereby from paymentof: poll taxes *>e must !
... ..,.,Wr..w W:.:::rsr.: : f I 1tIfte tIe boot ofF abOlry. I will I health, fit yon to ward off discerns It
appointed Inspectors and Clerk for
.... to-,.Leerl :secure of the supervisor of registration I i 1 b.! grateful to tkooo who will favor aw
rt -_-_<<,-y'--. -id-hn etea-.r..r_... ;n seven! election dUtrlcU: I 'a certificate setting forth the fact that I 'e tk the r vote JAMES P. TAUAFERRO : ;cures constipation IliWoulll.. dyspepsia -

__ _...--.0.. ..... j ,1* E. C. DEARBORN. 'j. : fever, akin and liver and kidney -
......... +- (See report of committee meeting or rack voter U exempt If the certificate WHOSE NAMENOUNCEO COMMONLY
PROi i complaints. It
riran.a ofi I parities the blood
Scientific Hm r'rstpaga.) exempts the voter from payment
I borvby aaaounco myself a cnfab 'sad dears the complexion
.. 1-- poll taxes for both (1902 and j AS IF IT WAS : Mrs DL
,._..e.r sac,_____ .::-;;;tr:(, v. ss r- The voting shall be by ballot or yean I I f.r tko eOeo of Clerk of tile Grout W. Smith Whitney. Texas, write A....
_, 1902). If properly registered he can i r: 'sit for Dado Cowty. subject to the
Nei oe. !iekets furnished by the State tin" SPELLED :I. Jos.III.... used Herblne. sad alt
!dUN & Cal1tus then rote apes presenting to the Inspectors '.:rproaehht Doraoeratla. primary o.*oIv -
... .ever A. P w.-._ d. 'ovnty Executive Committee; and a! I suck eerUfloat- exemption. I!!.... It the belt medicine for eoaatipati
I z. T. MERRTTT. tad liver trouble It will do
be!! close of such election the laspee- If the voter subject: to only till'I aO yaw
IlTiOWYfR.iJjj jj jjI data for It I
Bess yin FrI earn highly ncosmeaa
fOI.EY5 lan t std dark shaH proceed to canvas poll tax. either for 1902 or 1KB.'the 9 ItMe a bottle. Bold byPkamaey. Ray a-

..... ys M ....... R.Skt the vote It accordance with the State SUM rule will apply"a* to acBrtag hereby aaaeuate m yasit as a'". I I .

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THE DAILY Political CHAT. I SA'S' world. Its Interior decorations by Eliner .
Kllnwortb Garnney. orotab one

METROPOLIS lay of the States are 'selecting of the rblrf delights of a visit to the I DO NOT AIL TO S EC |
..ti..I..INhll A large model of this
l I..l..ltat: to the St. Louis convention.I j WONDERS
raMUkil .ur. ",. .,.,,, ".....,. Mho. If not Instructed, are favorable I apktxIM building; U a future of the I
exblMt. The Un-nnitlvr features of WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE
nomination .
. B. t. UTl' Ilfiwtr !tt the of Judge Alton B. -- tbe interior are ivir *. f. .I.lN'. i I'arker He Is the roan who can unite I Iimth cuksra..
I JAIl Executive Departments Send
---;: I. tiaAi114.eaaatv+.... factions In the Democratic party. I T>ie next exhibit on the right hand I 314..12th Strut.
._ aide. or the ivulral aisle hi that of the
-- -- -- and as such be Is the strongest man Treasures to theWorld's
f" ....... sa ssweowd-eiar cbe PwloYoa AI MaurT. KI..I.I'Ion4..'I hat the DemoiTata can name for Interior I>.,..riment. occupying 11.7T2ninare i

I Fair. feet. In this Inner HKUT theTislt..r ii
,, f.r..ld..nt today NotnithManding he j jsupported
._ a.raaera ._ peetear..bi '" I finds of
no things oorapelllne -
many . .. . .
.*. MIB 1aa4 "IN CatMd Mam at tile and voted for Bryan in 1S4and II iutrreKt that be .la loatb tolearr. i

t m n.e_40 tlieni r.Owrwie.t_ o.j .. i 19-nl, and baa always been a Dem- I |Display I installed ''n the Largest Governmental TIM Pirfent um.-. exhibit brkmsii I 1\I.roB.EE BR.O'S.

--.-...mite.N.-a.. p.j.tl.w.' 1 I'.. rat. he is rot the man. In the opin- Exposition Building Ever to this _"10'0. Thrrr are rood- ,
. -rBaN4..ia,.iiafrniatke
" One Yearly MailTTT. . . ...tiOO1:" nomination; He thinks Judge Parker Relics of FameuaStatesmen an l "|>oHant purl In the diHopnir ) -

Six Months. .... . . . .... *-W' : '. the noire of what be terms the re- end Soldiers i of the nittion'a ImliKtrk-a. The rarlir ;

Tfcrrr )Months . . . . 1251Cm ||. ricanlzef; and, of C'OU"ID Bo'an'a I Working Postal form of rvrry I .o far aa poMible. U shown| here.Tor .
r Week by Carrier. .I J.. '!'opinion. such a man will not do !lo. Exhibit.. In- ':J'"-.. you nwy ee tbe actual i Lou Crates.

it-PriltlU omputo I Mr Bryan wishes to name the man for sew Ihe machine that was tbe' flint eontrlraiHr -
t The li : } .
the St Louis convention to nominate ) of Its kind rrrry c in.tni teal;
Advertising rate made known on I without consulting: the wishes of any |, The United State Oovernment build- I! It was talented l In 1M" by Ella Howr. I Chase & Harney. Miami I : A
,Ing at Ibe Wwl.r..lr occupies. an 1 i
( .
application. The Unit t..Tlter.I'It.o, .. C.
,| by
TELEPHONE. I-SR. j I considerable number of the Democrats j I .lerstrd slip Just south of tbe main' j I Tburlwr lo '1M2; the nlOl.... of the first I I Sell- r
I lof the countrv New I York Democracyt I
OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. picture of Ibe' Eipwdtlon. The great i rant Iron plow, patented by Charles II III :K.1.n.c1er Lou
43: and 434 Twelfth StreetOpposite ( should hate a one In the naming the ( central dome of tbr Uorrrnmrnt build- j I Nrwbuld la 1TAr: the lint screw proprllrr. -

, Court House. I man. and Judge Parker la their choice 1 ', ,log hi visible from the very cooler. of ', Invented by Koliert Hook in I all over Dade County.

and be will be the choice of the 8L'I I the ...,... tb I H9;*>; and many other '"II..ttblop volt ......t... .
lair looking picturesque I . . ..... . . .. . . ..
COMPARATIVE. DISTANCES. Louis convention, and Mr. Bryan can sunken gard*n last lies belwrea the', !I IPakuea I.'" to br ... The model of Abraham I

,I ttvm ,- ---I ...... not prevent It. The Demoi'rat* of the ) of Mines and Metallurgy awl' |I IJmiiln'a i-rlrtiralrd device for lifting
fort rram ,! off shoals la shown brre.Tbe . . . .
t To Taaia.I[MlalBlMile West country have yet a high; regard for 1 Liberal Art*. atennilioala . . . . .
The hill shfr" I" front of the Coy-.- Brat harvesting machine made lathe
Mr Brran. but they are going; to select
MUn Mile 1B.: (', to of the most *
>ear our
.__ .,. .:. tII--w.- a man for President who they j I I eminent buikling l I" terraced with ancient. rxhIMta at tile EiloaUkm.There !: Epicurean Restaurant f
Cases .... .. ... I lit it selectionsatixflea broad stairways almost completelycovering .
___....... .. ..... ..; IM think, can win, whether the i J the alopr. The building I" MIll la also a nmlel of the flit steam
iosxiero **(.**.. r* let I' U7 i the Nebraskan or not.-Volusia enrlnr.; nude la Egypt la the aaroryear t JOS-12th St
rape S.,... ..... a sin .tlorJVt ,feet long b1tI fret wide and Ie the
b' County Record I 11 largest atrtH-tnre erer. provided at aaexpoKltlnn ,
l It** lit lee . Every font of the 2HO.onO feet of i Continuous Sernce 6- I
O.e.oa.l.Cap.. by the federal government from cloche .m.. until IO'p.
I 1.1 ", la fnt-lr Mam'a WorWaKalr m
Au "_Ie). In't .. ,I WIa. It cannot be denied In fact It It U diMlngnblied from all tie other floor spec ...+...................... .... ..... .
)........ .. .1. 1'I I rein to not denied that Senator Taliaferro has ba....'. buildings at the ExuoKltion by : biilkllna la occupied by exhibits + . . . L-
Yewals.ae.L..1. .1 i I I / of .seeing Interest and ph... i --- .
... ... ter ... conducted his campaign In s manner the steel truss construction. the entire I Burp every
of welfare U abowa.CURIOUS K. J. PECK
that utterly disarms him with unfairness root bring attpported by steel arcbr

MAY'4 1904. or virulence towards his oppo- I 'forming a splendid domed celling. I PeeK 0 Bailey
IB this. building are Installed" the ex- I THINGS FROM CHINA
Bents or a want of dignity la his pub- I
F ,bIWu of all the exrcntlTr ....rtt. BaiVorra. B.l1-6.....
daliat and BrpabUcaa. How doe lie speeches and conduct. He baa behaved |
of tkr government.; The building to a The Mot Magnifioont Bed. Evar SMK YACHTS.: LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS
that strike you for a candidate: nowybstng aa a gentleman should and baa last storeliooiie of sa rttd...... variety I Are Part of .... Celestial Empieo'a .
? aa a Democrat! I proven beyond question by his eooI.D. of treasures dear to the heart of every WoHda Fair Exhibit Overhauling and Repairing. Marine Rail.../.

0 ...., his calm deliberate' and Incisive true .\n"""' ''''. IYM-UMU document jOll.\YUUI: D. MIAML FLA.

There will be a stench about ODe I utterance that he ha the chief are to be urea here and the autographs The (1ai_ exhibit at the WorkfaFafr

reek' brace U will be the dying of' requisite for successful work In the of our great aim of the part are on U BHe4 with pleasing ..urprIDeLIIoIUf' . . . . . . .
I' display. Krllra of famous statesmen
Ham. I'nlted State Senate. An excitableman of the moat magnificent articles
Senate would a detriment and soldiers. carefully preservedthrough of furniture are a part of IbID woodrrful -
la the prove
I generation. are exhibited' dl......,. Tbo curving and Inlaying the Sap Carlos
Are rote
you going to for a man to his BUt.-Puot. Gorda baa
Each Iatallrd
: governmental; drpartmrnt of Irory. bone and wood Uloatrat the
wko .. liable to' sell you oat? This to i,I Herald. aa exhibit showing its official marvelous aklll of the fbinrae.Modrla .

: what Barn to capable of doing If be sees character and mode of ooersUoo. Included la this Interesting Formerly\ 6Jj? palm }
., goes to Waafalagtoo 1! Somewhat of a political arnsattoa'has Entering tbe Government building exhibit allow the homes and boone Ufo

0''' been created I. the city from the froui the eastern --. tile visitor. area of the "'bl_. tbelr weddings and Comer Avenue B aad 11th Street.

v s Barr fa act the only sorehead with speech delivered last sight by George .t Isle left a railroad nuetofflce car. fnneraU. Chinese tea house. rrataa-' Gus. A.

a record. We can touch Bearer borne T. Morgan at the meeting of the TUU la not a mrrr coach *.*..ID& UV.I raut and .botx Chinese wearing and Muller Proprietor

,eti and lad another. On with Socialism Twelfth Precinct Club. This was really 1 sum of tie beautiful silks and wear

attached to Urn at that : the Bret speechmaking againstthe !: uc apparel of the Chinese and their Open' all the year
methods of manufacturing then.
New York publteber and a* the f

| .5' Barn ears that A. V. ;W. contract speaker bandied his. subject skillfully' Oar restore fblnear of the .exhibit....... curb to twomacninfrnt of I Rate $150 per dar sad ap. Special per week and to Commcrciaf -

err Wood for the city of Jacksonville the auditors I cheered ron. Large Sample Ruoma.
V and eloquently wbk-h baa tile a|>|>earatM-r of brine
He lead not bow good It was forBarn. P. O. Box fJi.tJ. MIAMI. FLA. .
1 say and bad a different opinion of the man I ....U louse of great braaty. One to a.ummser

p The 2S per cent:' clause tells who would buy his way lato the preaMrncy bed. the other for wlatrr. The .1. . . . . . .

uc TIle speech was clinched j summer bed b band rarrrd and inlaid .

a facts too. with Ivory awl hone fl.Tirra and laodtapea -
'ed unanswerable
TIM Peaaacola Journal of but 8ue- 1 h exquisitely. carrrd and no Hotel
that la where the sensation Biscayne
: day ass a daisy; the blcxeat and brat I aklllfully Joined aa t. appear part of :
came In. Mr. Morgan was preceded 1 .
the wood Tbe bed and furniture a .1
I paper ever leaned la that cty or portion -
by one from Mayor W elles. who 1 of carrrd bamboo The bed consists of Open from November
of tile State. Editor Uayea about GRAHAM
t spoke upon urgent lavltatloa. and *..- I t.a anteroom, with tables, chain and let to Jay. lsi ProprietorCorner
1 feet proud of the ...... It... Indeed ,
eral candidate for county office Th* Ira atanda and la aa loner room which
a grand sad ._fat effort bearing la lIMo sleeping apartment, there to a Avenue D and Twelfth Street
latter of courar, were upon
*. 0 candidacies of the couch with coverings of gauzy allka.Tba .
Can anyone who beard Prank the"In winter bed .. still more eUboralr. MIAMI FLORI'DAOOOOCJOCiOClQcoxcOOClCl '
Monday night and saw him speakers but they were particularly It consists. of cumpartaientB.
JiCUrk reached.Pensarola ,
Drove every assertion be made. doubt Interesting; when the end was The Brut contain four rbaira. a tea POI
I New i e awl a chest of drawer This. to the alt- > but that Jim Barn to a man that ran . i l
tinjea _rtmmt. Tbraetimil totbrdrraaloic -
-< b bought. That A. V. W. Rye rung Some time Monday Bight R A. Jack- room| and the third-b the sleep !I. Bush & Safford Piano CoA

; tract shows the fart concluairrly. -..... a prisoner confined la the county hue: M,_rtDIPDt. or the couch Itself Tbe i).1 I

._ 0 'all attempted to escape, and would i furniture to of iwrwood inlaid with il.corpurssed sltte.Os801.

There are naaally food rewwoa for t-ave. mtxwded but for the vigilance of Ivory tarring of blrda. lowers: sad | Ray asatatS 'oa t-
bare failed I I......... The couch la covered with mumm '
but we
say and everything !Sheriff' Howell. Jackson bad In someway LOT UM*>*rrM-BM MUBOKKT. *WBU>'a In colon. 'j
and candy -
: texture
's Tallaferro'Blioald of the fins Steinway & Son's. New York.
to bear any advanced why secured a few corset: steels. and r.UL The bleeping rompartmrnU alighted n

not br sent back to r ith these bad partially cut bID way | but b our of tbe ......t improved mall w lib Chinese lanterns of silk Em.raoa :Piano: Co.. Soartsru

Washington and Frank Clark br made .evil to freedom. Before br bad com- 1 cars' )In w b..-.. men attached to lie Lung at the outer rntranfr. while tbe :
.. keep him company. failed State railway ..U nervier arractively bandpainted Other High Grade Pianos and Piano
to tee along i jilrted i bin task bowevrr. be was light rulers. through gauze padre Players.
I engaged, -throwing" the and In forma rosewood Pianos from
the sheriff. laj j $225 Cash or
;, thwarted in his purpose by mails. Here yen will see the puotalrkrks I up. easy pa 'ments. Tun-
A man who will lead a popaliat eoa- remmbered that at the reMit laid wltb ivory firyreaA nine and Repairing. A few
and l! will be I at work J..t.. t\Moy.ad while table. and dish made of highly poJtobrd I bargains in slightly ;
-T-ntlon. publish a populist paper, the circuit court Jack- railroad track.A used
season of spenling slung a ash. with exquisitely rimed pianos. Open e\eninjjs. **
later s.p lre to honors from the Demo j.m Md Dent were found cant of I I'Qriou..I.1oa. of till rule rrlIrs bamboo flcurea InUU. ....IIho_ TIle

ratie party I* DOt Bt U> be tmated breaking; and entering a store with intent ;,\ (ruin tinptmtufflVr. mnrum at work to 110 artistically dour that each oooooooeeeotxxooooooooooeocxxxxxaooeoecoeooo<
decide to rrUra to his fore I Washington Illimtnitea an nu verbal made of
bare been
He might to commit a felony and were each j article aecm to
user convictions after be I* eIfo<-tf'd. Imprisonment at hard laI | description ran dv the crude brgtu-; ,, one piece of wood. -- . .
sentenced to
] Dings or Ibr portal eyntruv. >nr af Tnrrr la also. large db of CtUrnae -
I a lay
---fut1 '.or for four years. Pending; the prep>> | |br r ....... la an old fashioned stageei.sch : ..
made of 11I1'' and
The author of that and ma- ; liinterua gain }
aaarrtloa that JoIr.l Plalrr and 'iratlon of a bill of exceptions by his tbat one carried. fniteil States other light null-rial and __.made of i j'" -
Ik-tou : .ttorn.,. Jackson la bring confined !i ir ails through a portion of thr Louisli lieadu artNtlcally arranged with glass

toj attend the Davis T.Uaferrot- Roosevelt wb, once Inwprrtrd It. rxamined -
ratulated upon his alertness but for bawl painted.There !
la*. baa, na yet, made no retraction oft ,''mhkh his prisoner might; now be free. with a rough rhlrr'a tntrrrat arr moilela of some of the! BEGINNI\G
the wronfi Silence show tile lid wasintentional the bullet bole which stage robbers greet ('111_ 1..1'..... tbratera andartben.
I i'alatka Timea-Herald. I .... .
mounts brigand through
j jla I.
and for n purpoae. A gen showing; elaborate carving inwo.nl 1e
ha stiff leathern curtains. Generals ,..,
ackaowl- J and holy ....1'0 large elephant I :;:;;: -
publicly .
tleman will always other counties Democrat 01.0'<<: Pbenuaai and PbrrkhiB and PmOdrat rarrrd. .

.,,!:" a mistake. ,. putting the names of SoKepnMiran -;at...... I UarnVId rode In this old roach daring tusks exquisitely ; .
.. I I. : \\ will sell strictly
and Popo"8rat ** ro u.-- the trrnnmia days of frontier life
I Tae Washington Port baa dtocor- ballot but la Dade our rx.'cuI I Among the eollertloBj of ducumeutsslwwing WHARFAGE FREE AT ST. LOUIS for cash. This puts ,

bred that It oat II erata to mansfirture -!I' tine committee Is so honestly tlUp-wed : the primitive postal aifthoibtI t t. us in pos'tion to make Special
a gallon of ..1I1.k.,. Now will I I In vi tell us bow muchIt .1 that they put on men who niWi.ly'known sera t'1.1 bonk of accounts kept by Craft at WorWa Fair City. t the very best prices

some would contemporary coot to drink a like amount.T as Socialists. The comm'ltew the lnot postmaster general. IlrnJamlBrYanklln. J'"... wbarfjice will be glrru to all and deliver goods Sale

"Iha: kits of faith In the good; atralfM .written by banL There burr landing at ft. Lolls' dining the promptly.I Call and ;
be of Importance to I
e data might Democratsand think that tbeee bi a rare rollrctkia of stamp Including Workra .'.Ir. Traffic Manager 1111kiiry 1 I,

OHM DaJe county 011I" seekers whoexpert name ...11be barmlee ancient Kll.plno. Porto meaD and of tile .:.|...llIoD and Jim-ph P.Wbytr. t we will convince you OF

to 'batt U" by pa lug for ita Pulses .....1'.... TIle postoffice-depart- ....rbur.oo wharf conimlaakmrr t that we can save } Out

......ampttoo. I 'i _t'. exhibit occupies 12.4HI square of Xt. louis bare deckled on the tocatkma money. Men's Summer '
o fit assigned to the rarivaa kinds < ',

Roosevelt and ato chum. Dr. en... Across the tale. at the right Is tile ..f .....t.... !| -

are* BlB la the _po The Senate baa exhibit ftt tbr new Department of Yachts steam ", .ucb... anti an boataproprlled t Reynolds ClothingAT
confirm tile FOR I Commerce and Labor occupying IJxr. by their own lOwer bare !
failed the third time to w|nar feet. This exhibit shows what Maw a....lsned wharf apace between I IChitean &

latter'. appolBtmmt a* collector of tbr- new executive ..,..rt1 stand avenue and BkMIe. atrrrt !

uatom of tie port of Cbarleaton. :, United St. es Senator fur and what It la acrompllabiag. Mr. Tense III......... running rest and west [ las eter. :

Teddy, however will be equal to the Carroll D. Wright Culled States Com farm the boundary_ for tbe cro-1 Cohen's.

emergency and the urnOrmaa of color cols! \ions of labor bad charge at the Iral biwinrM district of tbe city. | t i I,

win continue to bold once seder Vote For I preparation of thr exhibit (Chart are IIoim bnata barr bees assigned i ie ..

-rappoIalJMeL.. t raised by bin, showing lIMo rapid wharf apace north of Riddle street it:
i growth of the nation In agrtrulrnre.aria std south of rbutean ..ynlle.t. ,| .1
o i ....nof..a... pooulatlon. etc. are f> UHilo baa a river front of twenty . . *- ,

N. B. Broward was sleeted P. Taliaferro ; of .|ircial Interest t* aoriologt and mlleii. The Broadway One ef the I
cDarml county' eon his .llb ...... Barnes; all stU4lmr....f the labor nroWrm. Tbef Transit. mnipany parailela. the rlrrr t

...... How Wen be arrrrd ...i.n. Bureau exhibit b made la this from the city limit on the north toJi'ffmKMi she} t

Voaaty caa be judged by the fad that Whose name is commonly i nn-tlun. It shows tbr tabulating marbine Barrack on the ..rMIU.1 4

for days and sometimes ....u. be arrr | DMed In cont|lllna( tile renma repurt HA ptrfnt are. the ear more than five

< darkened" tile door of his offlce.War. pronounced as I *.. Tbr IJglilbuoer Btwrd. ab
ke waa-waate If la towa, br under this department dhows i \ fr| may tie renchrd. for oor .
.. fare tranofrrrlnc tn of tbrrlcht -i
I lie crest revolving la HghtliotiMii. by any
gas monad about steamboat or the If if it was spelled. I with ether Inlerevtlng appliawr : llnea that rroaa Broadway and palm/ \ Beael Fa.! I

jock It would be the same thin ; .. II I' reach the R\pnnltoa| aronnda.barge ... 4

elected mor. He'd be like a fish I Tbr .|.... In tile pmjrrtlnt north- X.. will be made for wharf- Situated on Lake Front adjoining If you want a salt of .clothe nad/

out of water, perched o. the red IIUIDd went corner of tbr.bBlfclhig te ..levotedt .1"'. Apl>li tlnn for apace abonld be ,i City Park. A tool, comfortable place r rlortcee

old Leon, and Ira dollar U dtMIlIlI Toliver"w6 the library ftt .--. The wile made to tbr partner and wharf comi i| to atop at. with good table .......Ice.i to fit you aDd guaranteed. to It you at

be I. Jack-- half ... which boo r* this lilH-ary Wash- mbmlnner at the City hail on Twelfthstreet i i Sample for
nub h would .' room traveling men that ar* right go to Seweir
tile muddy water ixtoai Is bed by many architects t*, between Market street .. 'j i
bin tin pdq upon lee use mast beautiful bajIMiag IB tile i Curt .......... Tailoring EataMtahmeat.
of tW _.*le K. J...*. |I I Mr*. l to B. U., .. Praarktrcaa. Std .;




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W.: F. MILLER a CO, :! "The

(Sucrrsson to BJwim Nthon.t

Funeral Director and Embalmer. .

IJOO AVENCE D.Prompt Special

An..'.... to Tct..r.pkor Telephone (fall. I
413 12th Street. Phone 25.
--- ; Goods Ideal"S Prices.

= .
.. .
Belt! I skirts andSee ;
THC That minstrel show Friday night is j E.\RED FOR THROWING SLOP. I WORLD'S RECORD SMASHED
I I designed on legitimate burnt-cork prlDI I the newest fad I lap irsm*. ie
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. belts. white, tan IT.M kln4.j ;
ciplesihe first part consisting ofoverture i 'nd then "Mrs Wlggs" Relieved Her i I Michigan Central Train Runs 1')9.(,
I .
-- I i : .. .15.1I
endmen's songs and Jokes. Mind. Miles per Hour. Skirt SI
Ml AMI. LA.. May 1, 1W4. I j I
Political gaits and hits tbe second partI .A dispatch from LouUvlIIe says: | Ladies seven *. .. j

sae MAIL-SCHEDULE.-- I oompriHlng specialties and vaudeville The "Female Apostle of Sunshine" I reports: -'I j skirts In white; all man tailored, perA large assortment of silk auMa;

: --see full program Wednesday ")I,.. Wiggs. of the Cabbage Patch.. i g feet fitting with
seam flare; pedal, .
many styles and colors, all ban--.
Arrive from the North- w ho In private life answers to the name I that the unprecedented speed of 109.4miles I PrlC9. . . .... .. .. ....II 00 j |Iy trimmed and tailored i
Having been bold out of house andhome ,
|I jf Mrs. Mary Bass, was dismissed by an hour has been made by thMichigan e
a. m. .
11:26 thereby being forced to build a Judge McCann In the police court I Central train carrying President I Corset
p. m. 1 residence I compelled to reues t
am I Ledrard and President Newmani
here she has made her
Close for the NortJa- appearance to I
I any debtors and patrons to at once to Chicago. l Ladles C. B. Corset No. Wt, made of ,
Insect tile charge of
S:05 a. IlLIU throwing meontents I
m. I[ give me as much of their aid as pos of a slop Jar on Mrs Emily I I The remarkable time was made between 0 beet quality Batiste this corset gives

p. sible. Brownsville and Springfield t the correct, erect form.
Smith also of Louisville Mrs. Smith

THE WEATHER. 230 R. II Huddletiton M. D. -lalmed that her dress was ruined, Ont.. a distance of S.47 miles according I Special price... .. .. .... .... ..$1.25i ";J Ji

Washington For Eastern Florida: her pride shattered and her philanthropic to the duly verified statements of
i| The minstrel overture as sung by i i Not 147 Warners rest-proof corset.

fttr tonight and Tuesday. she Miami Rifles Friday night mill sat impulses received a hock. the train dispatcher. This establishesa 1 I* a corset that gives the utmost satisfaction -

Maximum (4. !""My even Miami music lovers. In dismissing Mrs. Bass, the court world's record.A i v both for correct shape and

Minimum ';'J.. aid. la brief: This prosecuting witness pilot passed ahead of the train I wear
I and all crossings were guarded but
I The W. H. M. S. of M. E. Churchill came to Mrs. Wlggs' house without not' bothered Special price.. .... .... .....$Le9
Invitation. The defendant has the swltl'hesere nor
.. ,. meet In church on Thursday. May I
I 16 attendance been brought Into a great notoriety .. was the regular running of trains InI .
at 3:30 p. m. A full Is
I TOWN TOPICS.J I I desired. the result of a literary production I terrupted.A ?

I and as a result has been terribly aa-I ;
E. S. Rolls Sec.
: I JI
aoyed. Her home has been Invaded, i UTTLE NONSENSE. I I a .
\Ve have been Informed that the cost tnd .thll11'- and quiet of life con- ''I _
I "Kurorts l-eii ot fco V. E. CLiirch Mr. GoeMlinj Had Very Geed .KtesMMFar I ,
'Inualljr disturbed. I think that she
the music and for all the preparations -
lof I
South .... al last rvoniij .11 I
gnr-i a on I' Keeping Silent. LS"rl'lii.
for the Rifles Ifinstrel Show las had great provocation, and I think 1 J
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. I I "
make the admission price of fifty cents I ought to dismiss her of the charge I "Woman, remarked Mr. \ ooee- One hundred waists, all atasa, all .

HIlL There were about ;?> persons I:I very low. The Btscayne Orchestra >u general prloclples.wM ling, "is heaven's bet gift to man, the latest styles In lawn, madras and y

present end I'.l enjoyed the v.x-.II. I I have rehearsed with them and the mm- ,.. Bass' testimony wa given In I hot whether it mean a married woman Batiste; only a few of each style:

Conversation music and recitations her characteristic She said. or not I cm not to certain. worth nod We offer to ,
sic will be particularly fine.A manner : $2.50 $3.00.
caused UM evening to p*>" all too I Iq1Ileklr. "For many months, years. I_ have I Now, there's my wife; I've known a close at. ... .... .... ...Me. each .
Delicious lunches prepared rytil Is what rood mans women in mj time and I 4
I I Miserable Spectarle. wen continually interrupted. Hobo Ladies Japanese silk shirt waists:
Uil.e* of I'Ml.ng: -'" wane don't think I'd be willing to changej
young Barn made of himself In his alleged alter hobo comes to my house. I. or-< back and front tucked and trimmed 1
erred la J spadoui .. It waB I j her for woman I ever met-saw
pi. Instead any
"speech here last Saturday. of ler 'em down and away from my house with lace; Bishop sleeves; a waist that \
of rational enjoyment which or heard of. I'm willing to make
season I |
discussing Issues and attempting toanswer henever I see 'em. They come/bytroves will wash. Specla1..I141 .
will be a fileasar.t memory lor manyaye j u many concession a* most men, ...
the charges against him as walk around the yard, reopen Ladles shirt waists, same aa cut. .
to '+xre.MR bat I really think there is a limit
.... contained In his own politics record the doors. When they rouse me andI that any reasonable 'woman ought trimmed with lace; back tacked: new \ j.
HOUSTON ILL.-Mr. II. O he went out of his may to sUng mud come to the door to see what they to observe. Not that my wife is not sleeve with tucked enO. Special.... .... .... 'h. .... ..11.00 .

at Mr. Clark and then be took up the want I look upon not a single faceI I reasonable other married
editor of the Metropolis u a* any
Houston city work greater portion of his time In a dirty, know. There they stand, and look atrach woman, mind you, for she is, but E. B. DOUGLAS
has bee unable to today on account ,
lying and cowardly attack on the ed- other in a foolish .way. After awhile there are time when she make me ,
of an attack of asthma hence. itor of the index Mr. Clark, who preceded one of them will"'say. "Well, we doubt the strict accuracy of the 310 and 312. Twelfth Strut. 1:1
the lack of local Items la this paper.It
Bam la the order of speaking, read the book. time honored maxim I have quoted.
la that he win be osi duty to- :
hoped I
having that due regard for the proprieties 'Well.' I will say. Then if that's "Now, for instance, the other dayI

IIICIft'OW which forbids attacking a political all. you can ell.'jnd I make 'em git. was doing something or other in

opponent In one's own home, As she left the court> room "Mrs.Wlggs" I I the house, as a man has a right to School Will Soon CloseAnd

STONE: BUSINESS BLOCK.-Work made a speech without reference to his said. : -Now, maybe 111 be able I do on his own<43remises, and, just as :)

la progressing! wen OB the big Miami opponents except In the most pleasant to spend my old age In peace, and men sometimes do, I put my finger
Stove business block. Avenue D. be- children will soon have a long vacation from
Barn your
way: but when Barn came. maybe mrtreesll grow out where all where I had no business to put it

tag Jlt.P by Contractor W. W. Prout who seems not to possess one single of them,4iemorlals (souvenirs) have and hit it with the hammer. bo"ks.Vhy not place them in the JM"lami

for. W. D. Sturderant Thla win be a gentlemanly Instinct he Immediately been pulled off, and maybe my yard I TVell,' aid I to myself though
__did building and an ornament to that window C Comervatory of Music:?
plunged In to the dirt and filth of woof, $e full of strange people every my wife was sewing by the _
this popular thoroughfare.TWO which he has been on the other fide of the room, 111
school of politics and I down
can move I lavs investigated our 2
brought up. He made charge against where I used to IIYI.J ." .tal"'l I I bet I'm the biggest idiot in crea you

NEW RESIDENCES.MISSEtta dark but produced not one particle tion.' "Partial Sdi .larship Plan?" Anyone is thereby enabled .

U Mathews U baring two good evidence to sustain either one of "AH of which I had'a perfectright : obtain Scientific Musical Education
well to a at a merely ::1
which under -
both of an j
residences them, and when the time came for ON THK SOCIAL EVIL I to say, but my wife looks up .
way, erected on her fine property Clark to reply be unhesitatingly and from her work, and sav. she: I nominal cost. StadeaO ean air..,. t.r teas al Practice Ph ... 4 !

OB &venue B and Ninth Street.' Her In language that could not be misunderstood Oracumion Before! Florence CrittendeaAiusioa I 'William,' says she, 'don't you

friend and agent E. L. White Is superintending denounced each and everyone at Washington. know enough about the ethics of I! Franklin Coleman Bush, Director. .

the work. know that hare '
accusations- falsehoods gambling to you no
I of Barns -
I ,T
NIGHT-Remember cut out of whole cloth. Bam Washington. May J.-Tbe closing right to bet on a certainty 7 --- -
FRIDAY the '! "That' what she said and under J\tea NOTICE TO LEACfERS.-Tb El- ':
cowered and skulked under the castigation tension ot the conference of the j.Iunal \;.- ; I
meeting of the Darls-Tallaferro dub like a whipped cur, and dem- Florence Critenden Mission mas'jeld the circumstance, what on earth i BUSINESS LOCALS. worth League of tbe M. E. Chare :

on Friday night Both of these gentlemen of .1 could I tar but nothing, and that' South will, during the month of Mar. i.
onstrated that he had the courage> : a tonight Its chief feature was ...
are going to be nominated I but what I said." e.ifillwA assist their pastor in the Wednesday ..
coyote and no 1IIOf'II.-norida Index. discussion by Mrs. Kate W. Barrett 011 j I
W member of the dub want to give tKIOD HOME FOR LU.IC.AppIJto night prayer meetings. All members 6
what can be done to lessen the so-lal LenxMi
Ov.r.aa t.w.e ; AW. CromsrUe, City. '
t ilta rousing big rote bete.JOHN lot the League are requested to bas ;
The firm of E. L. Ferran Co. have eviL Mrs. Barrett has had many 1 I Ai
|present every Wednesday night at TSO.
again showed their faith In the future lean of work In the field covered by We use Tennessee ream ta all our r
[ Mrs. A. V. Rutherford
of our dty. and purchased the Seminary he mliteloD. Briefly, her suggestionswere I Ice cream and also have the plain I .
Lemon City this Doming. Joba Sander I yaFI League President.A
building of Prof. B. F. Marsh. : -- I ,
*, age C7 years. Mr. Sanders leaves hrI I I ,
I The Presbyterian church of Florida L Stop the sale. of liquor la disorderly ; Hotels and families can buy genuine nice. regular bowl aad pitcher for
and threedrl. to
a family of five boys _
mount his loss. The family Is now |I both of the North and South organi bouses. !I f Tennessee cream at Biscay Drug I$1 at The Racket Store.FURNISHED .
sations, have unanimously chosen 2. Establish clone police supervision
and he to Join his wife who
grows W. F.Miner Eustls as the place for a School of o ud authority over such places. Screen door sets 20 cents,' at The HOCTSion
Undertaken i
went o> '
Higher Education. Large bodies move 3. Require a record to be kept of Racket Store.Headquarters. Tenth street, for reaL Apply at
called to furnish the I
Co. were
l! slowly. So the beginning of this Instl- very Inmate of a disorderly house. this one*.

| casket < tutton has been coming In slowly. In wing her age history, as far as ob- fancy.groceries, fruits I

I jail probability the coming Fall will alnsule, condition etc. c eta, at Wilson A Flye'a, 7 ,I FREE!: 8CHOLAE9HIP.

DEATH OF MRS WILSON.Nancy ,see the opening of this school, and the 4. Require that all recruits before! 1 i I There are many young people an

J, wife of Anthony Wilson, died at I nucleus! Is the present building soI being permitted to enter a disorderly Miami Conservatory of Music Miami and Dade county Interested ta

[ their home on Orange O>a
I TOM. Th remains are now at the I 'young men end women of our State. II.... Twelfth street *tt> and the Metropolis rropanea r

I early I training were aaI make It possible for tat tteaa BB
of W. F. Miller mho In 5. Make it possible for a- girl to earn j
undertaking rooms I d..r the'care: and Instruction of Mr .a honest living. U you want Ice cram that la gnu: have a chance without UM coat at n

Co. The funeral .win be held at the and Mrs Marsh and who today thank While not advocating that police supervision mss"4l and pure bay It of the Biscayne Drug single dollar. For full aetafla of flea

First M. E.: Church Sunday afternoon God that their lines fell In such a and authority should be carried Company. They aM Tennessee cream I plan see the sixth page of this pans

I win have the benefitof c; 14} _
at S o'clock. Further particulars they might:
place as to the extent It la la some foreign
I appear later when word Is received the master minds of these two educators. cities where the social evil U a legally CONTES1. I I i We have received a lot of new. fancyrhlnaware.

| from Canada If relatives are coming. .-Bustis Lake Redo reco.cn lied institution Mrs. Barrett i v- "sty y- +r c VOTING The Racket Store.

held- --- that a- certain- -- .-- degree nf this su- the Metropolis
Every subscriber to Dally J
pertliloa and authority with Its necesr. LIVELY
I rF== ----i ;I can aid some deserving young
.-- Lfcompanlment of segregation i ii I
I've' been thinking" I
: and woman securing a business
man On vote with
1 l every tea cent paU
nat >e provided in no. other way.
Better lie down sod rest a little i education by using the ballots to which
RIFLESMINSTREIS i! 'le ra d. can the problem be dealt !,' I for subscription to the Dally Metrope.

lILt MIAMI I Itb .............fDII7.1 then. I they are entitled on payment of sub'scrlptlon lie which can be used toward pay>.g
*. Read our offer on IOU
.\ the l Si Louis Exposition Mr. Crit Hi tm. the OM ...... : son worthy young person's wny

t"d..n11I hold a series of erangelcai I I The Son-i'a, doesn't a man sometimes ,I page. through a correspondence coon km

/ | meetings and Mrs. Barrett will bf'i j; rpcak so rapidly that the reporters Pure Tennessee- strum--on sale at book-keeping or stenography. ForfBO

1 present with a
| jn aid unfortunate women. so iianv wonderful things that they ,, Blsrayn Drug Company. nouneement In to-day's ..,..

At the session Dr. Taber Johnson are lust in admiration of his eloquence : I ...

aDd Dr. Ada Thomas discussed the opportunity
The best and
of the Christian physicianto rath"r-Ye, 1 have heard that B | cheapest stationery at
The Racket Store.
$2 Show f aid unfortunate girls. something of the kind does happen .000 rough lemon trees dvasaetet i iIi i

.50 The delegates visited Mount Vernon I I isk now? and then. But why do you about one Inch; fine root; ssrtflce ;' HEADQUARTERS.

In the afternoon and Ii OronnV
and Arlington The Son-I notice that when you at six cents each If sold soon. l1|General Clement A. Evans Camp Nav

also attended a reception given to make a speech the alwayssay must be cleared early la May. Cna 1111 l J 471 U. 8. C. V. I IMw.i.
( them by Mr. Crlttenden In his Alexandria paper I
( "Mr. Wind also spoke."-Yon- seen at the Ransom grove Orangf Fla.. May 3. -a*.
ken Herald. Glade, or address. Order No. 1-The members of Cs.eral -

< Hon. J. N. C. Stockton continues to ; Tboa. W. Mather. Mngr, ;1.. Clement A. Evans Camp No. 471
MIAMI RIFLES and Sisiwa Him Up.I'rankleqDon't l:. 8. C V. are ordered to meet In K.nf .
| make war on the East Coot Yet that 21C Box M4. City i
you think it'si II'' P. hall Thursday night. May Rh
attract winter I .
continues to
I section
BISCAYNE ORCHESTRA. ii' I I, rather mean to rub it .in on Todd I 1*>4. at 7:30 o'clock. By order
visitor and a splendid Immigration
in that fashion?
FOR SALE. J. c. Absmathy.
|of actual settlers who are not only
,. Ueanley Well, there was a time I will sell cheap for cash at the Samj j Commander
I making It the beauty spot of the western ': when he could; have rubbed it into ,
II I.i .. c. Lawrence place up the Miami L. R. Railey. AdJL
AUDITORIUM J I world but a wealth producing section
r as welL TIle number of trainloads ,'I me if day.he'd wanted to. Now, this is I river two young milk cows, tare* .

I my I calve, mowing machines and disk'

of early i Frankley (significantly)-Yes plow. For prices and particular call I If yon waat to Improve your props.
Night 8 m. MayE6th. I to market ftptableeltll..IIIP-I'' ha his I;
Friday p. 1 peel "every dog day -Phfladalphia on or address 1 JI Li!. and need to borrow money for tits

I I'[enat to the John enterprise that Press. 1 JL L. MUle I purpose try Geo.: Q. Carry. AttornWent **.

I m Mlmal. J1L I at-JaW' Palm Beach. __
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The Daily Miami Metropolis, Miami, Ffa.


WORLD'S: FAIR HOTEL '..snug the exposition period. Manynew I Xtmindtr War I joint. *......s rating prunea."
hotel lace free built ...Hr* adJi.eiit '
"'TI... I '*'' 1 risnlfy"
ACCOMMODATIONS. to the Kx|""Mllii.n gyuu.uln.. and ,I Uoo Vijforoa-r -01 cou:.> It dora. \\lro m tuna bit w if ififWW.
tin pnltlixlml lied rate warrant tbe to e.H' pram, at I ue .bc'U choose
aL Louis Hsstelriss! ..rep....*to Handl ......-nlo.n that no one iiwd. iay rxorjbltant ,A young American once found him lomethJnj; ; cN! rrben. he can"
Vast Throngs-rVicsa Net to .. Is.aroa..dN.t.I I rates for a"txuiu<...tlo'. either 1 nelf In an English roouthonxc. II* "111': innyb. lie's been Imurtlln; te

IMi d..1 the Exposition lat .hotel or private bonxe. Was not a bad yow rt' (":,,,\1'. hut her loatl'<* .ha'iu s too stunt for Wan.--
Grounds a Ca. Among tin new .hotels may lie utenjUonrd carried tbe habit of waif gUirififctioit i 1'1ula..I'bla I'rexa.Tbo ; Clubbing Rates
> nanny Fee MOO G....... i the. lintel Napoleon HtHmpnrle.iwlmb beyond tbe possible |x>mr. no lh-it b.-
; stauiH. / at t'Uj-too avenue and Cot himself dlallked. and oilinnry "jn-n H.... .r Trt.....

A..'*" betel BccuramodatiuM. bare ''KkliiLer rued..verkuking the KxxMtKTMinlii. aid. that b* was a rjuiamvr. A smi The ansuUr; kvtnivr wouutn'isuf *
:,, been prodded for: the World's Fairy It..... This hostelry will BOnwiaiwUte of the house took; him aside i I ami spiel| rage took. a drink of water, broncdt' "r I1''"
:>.1100 I'f'It<.-. The rates her fist down bard on the table and
; visitors at 1>1. Louis both within and .* to him delicately upon tie xn'.i.fH"Waal. :'; ,
EiirniH'au plan, are from (1 to ( > perdaj. the audience.
the An-rk-ma said "it wnnl.l 1 fated
.ats&ie of the' Exposition. ground I The (rand View hotel south of : knit me to offend any of your-Inanlarprejudice. \vu prubably' know." the said .to The people of Dade County will want all the news

. The Kxpuxltkm management bat or- 1i 1 the Esr-Itk. on Oakland arenne. baa .,. but the fact to that. when 1 cold uw..sured' tones. that Lou LIUon.a 3! this lear as it is to be an interesting one because
ffantanl free information. wnA a eommence my tongue sorterrun. of the elections
pamphlet has been .bwml for gratnl- rates" an $1 In f JiO |ier day. Euroiean. away with me. I'd take It zintl'jr!, tins r'.urd "
a tout circulation. explalnlnic many of and K to $:t:0 |er lay on tbe Amen If you'd give me a ntnlce or a ..ie.t or Actiiir niwn. the Lint the auil'euce
' the ......"f'D......... that bare been pro lean plan. Tlie Krnllmorlh on West something when you think rID spreading arose u .....*"* Dud the bl1ll : Park iMHilerard and Rillun has National State
tIM A list of .U the hotel. wlttrates. avenue It too thick. with tbeers.-Indunupnlia fun. and County
ja of laid) .vltfa
.alw..ty| KUenta. a rate
The of the house said he wouU.
b contained In tbi pamphletTbe son
I lof $I':'! poor day C.a.lder......
That night tbe American took an English .
u. bwn
entire city -
TIM aim e nentioDetl" are a few of the "Charley d"ar..id young :Mrs" Tor- -
7 BUI 07 tbooaanda of prrrate bonse- j ... hotels thai bare been errrted' near beireM In to dinner ami she happened tons "w liy don't you play. the' bones I

e I In.'I... KxpoxitMin. grounds for the. .._. tatted to the refer American.to conservatories. It pick out of.tbe new.puiiera Instead of :i The Metropolis

mo.li.tiou of Worhfa Fair Tlaltom. All ln"r own ct..n.r
"I awl a cousin In Virginia who built
hold there' are about tw__ .\II.rt' ,I'. .1 f rr
within easy walking dlHlant-e." and all himself remarkable.greenhouse It was that 413 feet.n'tboultbt 100<<. Ufeet ....," )ull would at burst bare ttjt = Has perfected arrangements whereby it can offeif
are ulttulnl. on high ground with com- vatlxfaction of laju.the bUuie OBI such attractive for
high( .11.II.. his i-hlai were rates various
.-b.-n>>ite rlewa of the IP'OUI' II. AH I somebody eke.--1Vasiin;ton Star."I newspapersthat
|tot barked under tile table. and the son of I there should be no for
the atrarlnrrs are well bnllt. awf In people remaining -
tile house added with a sigh. "Am ..............
ante or ilmn. the .....-luxuriotu quanter. I bout an Inch wkle.-Ixindon :MaiL ha.ewrat in ignorance as to the happenings of
are oidalnal.t. The rates are mtabllnlml have .ilwcya bad a horror of premature the
v and will not be Increased dnr- Iht 'rt i.'rit. don yon know." remarked ,.
: lug the Eli)....));..... W'IF rat. IM Ilorem. "or. In other worJa..
Of beiug buried .U.
Papaw;' rxclaimd Miss
: are fooli..b to worry about the hue RATE.The .
posalUt':"-Nw Tort World.
Th.... Compositions by Fameva ..esslo.and .

Tovmamsfrt.Uoxkal rired.I .
: .....<|le and all wbo ap.|>''"".- nnltand funkier was ejected Daily Metropolisand
e ate good musk may thank the Workrs from Jnl_' Douse, where be went to One- Y ear
Fair. for three Iratahle couipx.ltlooa.written pay a visit'Yes. !
upon tbe Invitation of the Exposition Ue wa an old flame of Mr.*. $10.00
I IWIDIII"'II>I'\It. Tbexe are the Jonei. end Jones put bid on*."-Ufa.Eneugn Daily Times-Union
I -II)urn of the w...." by the moatdbtlnKulxbrd '
..... ,. a ars' elms
1I..lnl011'I' p tlarrw-e. Mmlnian. tbe-nmilc "Thcay that Henry waIT awful- $5.50.

for which was written by Professor frightened when he reached the
Weekly Metropolis with
John K. Palitc. who Is at the brad of altar. Semi-Weekly Times-

the musk department oT llarrani unlrerxity She-What la teary" the bcigt-t of "I don't wonder. Did 'von tee the'I Union _
|2 00
: .IxMiixInna. a march by your rmbitlon. Mr. Tompkins? ray the bride had her lair dresse >
Frank '."' ........0".... leader of tbeClmianati lie (gazing ardently at .bert-Well. I i j. *Cleveland Plain Dialer.J With Atlanta Journal twice a week 12.25
Orrbrxlra; a .'alta.Ioo : should say II....'. about 5 feet tt In hes. With
Weekly Palm Beach News
the ITixa." by Henry K. Ilidlcy ofdew They are now engaged \\o"CerluL: |2.oo
rt.Ecr1Ua or sA.tsta raw'aTart? acit.nh .
York who. baa won hU laurels __ ,_
'" woata's gala1wlders of "o-dir if my husband
long before this aa writer of operatic HI. Pe..er.pa.l.a 1.1.'..... .
love me lu tie 1 'lIne 0.1: "..v. ,
TMtrs. I I and other mnxk-al. compositions.. Thin "Too seem to be deeply abjrotJ: !in. Old subscribers all t
These Douses are In .""7tlnn Dln..k.m be r-ntrd paMh-ly for the oniethiiis. "Doe. he ad as if be did:" must pay dues before they
.f the rky. awl the rate at which firnt time upon the opening of tile Exposition "I am." y4ni s can take advantage of these offers and cash t

gwsts will be received ht a Biaitrr of 1 on Saturday, April 3O.and freqnrntlr What l. Itr |i i "Then it'* no wonder you won- in advance must accompany all orders for
1.gord ea the books of the bunau.Tbe thereafter In the musical pro "A mlwJnj word problem." de:."-J ode. these combinations. t
InsMe Inn. a hotel on the Exfxwftlun !rn.mi..... of the greatest of wor...'. "What One of those chiUIsliaingirThere's ,
grounda, baa a capacity fur fairs Time are the only offlclal com nothing childish about U la Coming Around.
C.OOO gneta. TIle Exposition management positions. this ('11<<'." Mrs. Von Blamer-I heard the :,\ ADDRESS
baa control of the rates, wbkb
Thirty thousand ilotlara' will be tf-e- "What'a the problrra. then?" cook cowing and swearing in the
bar been used at from $LCO to $3.i0per ,
In prizes for the best hands at a tournament "I asked Miss ticadds to marry" DO. ,
.. kitchen this morning. i
day European plan, including .1.I to be held during the Expos: and abe bas not yet given me her reply.' '
ihadooj .. the ""MIDda.. On the Amer- tlno.11 throuKb' tbe \VorhTl Fair tmlla..1 !?>- how what's the mixing word? I'd' Von Blamer-Well, I'm glad .!J, iamiMeflo.
Van ptaat the rates.... from S3 to $3lid feature will be prominent tire sowcthlox to know."-tbicsgo beginning to feel at borne.-Town '

Joy. The botH .. 400 by 8UO feet j The most famous ands of taw worlil ..... Topics. .
_ad Is three stories ..... 1 '
are aster ejtract to participate .
There than ISO established Irrelevant..
are more let conslderaMe perloda. tang these Werlu Seek W.
hotels U St.Lonla. and a signed agree- are I..-.. Ranle BepubUcabw band of "ir easy to aec that fellow dorsal Editor-What idea had you b (
Beat baa been nude between many of !. France the Royal Grenadier band ..tS.tl..ui. Bro Ja n boarding ........" remarkedBaOrnme mind a hen IOU wrote this story? I I'i

tbeir nags with die Exposition I doe aasrican Kattoawl .... to Starboard. a ,quick Mach A.tilor-Oh. I do not now recall
da* that raw ..... net Ita rmJeas? band and atkcra. _,1e.as j I i I Why. do you aiuPtict.I .



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A startling Incident U narrated
In th. matter of Coodraiuilloa of Land by
between BteeayM Bar. and tile AtlaxUe loha Oliver, of Philadelphia as .fallows
"- Electrical Contractor OreaL : "I was la aa awful eflthm.

"Tr The President of tIM United Stale* of My akin wu almost yellow, eyes sunkn
tongue coated pain continually la
To John F Horr. E.qt n/t.d State
1/13 Avenue 0. Ifanhal for th* Southern Dittrtot of back and aides, no appetite growing
FloridaGreeting: weaker day by day. Three physfciaa
Estimates for llak known to Finches T. Field, Mary bad givea m..p. Then l1\'a advised
\\. Oeborn. Frank Opborn. Sarah C. Osborn. -
to use Electric Bitten; to my JoT tb*
Viola L. Dehorn. D. D. Hondrlckon.
; Beotn Light \Wiring. Bell wiring. Suaaa C Hendrtckeao, and Mary W. first bottle made a decided Improvement
Opborn. Executrix and Frank 0. I continued their nse for three
born. Executor, of th* hut win and testament
Annunciator Work and Repairing of.all Kinds. of Kxra A. Oaborn. ........... and weeks, and am BOW a well maL I
know they robbed the of
an other OvTeon. Interacted la the follow grave
-- --- ---- -.- ingdeacrlbed land; that victim. No one should fall to try

Whereas a petition .... Bled In th* them. Only W cents, guaranteed, atxll
FREDK. S. MORSE7 above entitled caua* praying- tIM eondetnnatlon druUlattCertain
of certain landa for th* UM
lof the United State, described a* fol
.*: Comttc.l. point south politicians who know that
:f degrees M minute West MK feet from
REAL ESTATE they cant control Frank Clark
Watch this the northe...t corner of the 1MIrt....... were
space quarter of pectlon ... In townhlp Mouth he sent to Congress, are doing their

range C ...at. running tbrnc south utmost to encompass his defeat They
Office up stain Cor. Are. C a ad IS tb St. G: decree. mlniifea, mast about 18 feetto do not dealre that a people's maa receive
for change of the shore It the Atlantic Ocean. thence
so high aa 011I_ Fortunately
Miami. Dade Co. Florida.POWERS' following.loJ l *..._ poutherty for about
however In a primary the commas
IR2 feet thence north C;; -legr*** M minute -
west Onions- line parallel to and people, rather than the politicians
-- -- --- -- --- --
dlatant it| right .tt...* from the northern -
choose the
Florida East Coast Railway public servants ao the take
.MEAT MARKET boundary: of thin tract of land being City man need have no fear.
deacribe.1. lee fee i about .n2 feet to low
water mark I on Btpcame Bay. thenc*
northerly followingaaM low water mark TWO IS OHX-
Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork about line feet theirs _lit as desroe
Schedules. M "..ut.. .....t ....... a nn. parallel to Here's a pointer for the Mrraorous
Sausage Hams Poultry:, etc. and dlptant at right sagas front tb* reader! You ..a.u aan moaey
*08 At ECE n. MIAML FLORIDA. southern boundary of t* l* tract *f bud and we know bow to help >nil. We
.beingdearrlbed.. ls. .) about !Kl fort ass fix U so you pay a little Inure taa
to the point j of ...._._111, .,.. the pace of one paper and get the Iwo
Are You Build ? hK t acre! mure or lea*, la Dad Countr roe want. The price of the Daily
Going to Florida: rimea-fBion and Citizen .ha- .....&&,
Therefor khe* preacut are ,. command lien reduced to the following priors

them pnd each of them. aad Bar Three month.... ........... I. M
If so, or If you need building material of an) and all ptrapn* Inlereeted ml or having biz _,..... .... ..-... ....... i MO.
Hen upon aaid land, t* be had appear .. S tlr
kind, you should not fail to see year ?
; before the Circuit Court of th* United
We M send both the
propose you
Slate* lor the Souther District of Florida
.f' J. at Jackaonvni, oa Monday. Junettb CIII.Daily..and and Sunday the Maraorous Tlmea-Unlo for. : sad. )

r I J. A. McDonald &Co tkwa. lint they Ihe4 mar and have.there and to Ills to how any eIIjero what tUzmoatht. I' tr.
One ., d !M
Interest thevl and each of them may have
We will tend you the Semi-Weekly
In the property hereinbefore depcrtbed.and .
I ..
rime-l'nion and Cltl. and U*
to how caune. If .., they can. why.aid
land >1 mild not be condemned .... Ma-raorous:
I r: I Dealers flit Lurber; Latll.. !Shl.glea.' 3lo.idinge. easl.III, BrickLla/e '.ordlnato It w to the upe of the United Six ....lIIt..... t 1 dt
Cement. Plaster, Hair Etc. Plate: and whv" such proceeding a .. I. One t 0>
f I : Yard..".!u_.Arenue b and "t h "atrret.Wilson's' I'I'OYL1fo br ow should not b* bad: why
r Tbu for 29 rent* more than tbs.
I a Jury .houri not b* aumnioned I. aaaeaasthe prirr. of the daily,you get two papers
I derma why a judgment of con- and fur fifty cent more than toe rep t
lFj d.mnntinn s nutj not be entered" upon nl.r price of tb. lIa".orou."M |re|
the rerrMl r the paid In
Jury. purputitute -
: NoveltyI the rxrniWeekly 'lm..l"DIOD andPitiien
I''' e of the In puch cape made
and the Farm.. and Fruit
r" prnvi.1a t why .",.It other and further -
Ci l'O..r.Send
[ pr..re.dr 1 r* aa may" be prnvltVd bylaw .. II
your utwcription to us. ctsb
t I I- now In operation and ready to. receive | In 'K'it' w pp may he nereppnrr to j I in advance always at these price*.
r. perfort i TBS UsTBurou
r ordersrOR ar.lm..1e title thereto should Wit'
I ''' .1. Fit
Wlln... th> nnn-aMe[ Meltllle V F,..- .
: I .
"I.r.rdef .1.the of the Supreme Court
t and door screens. wlndo I rf the Url ytates. ...d the Peal ..f I
; J. A. Robbins & Co. and dor frame, store fixture, stair I th. Cnnn t the City of
work, inside trimming of all Mods. in aeM 1. .*-' "M th!. .Jar""nVIII"j Cooler & Homer
I lay of .\' -I .\ r>. l lht
R S.'WILSON I <*,.!) E O. 1.r1E. I II
and Ccsrriagoa
:So.im.ess: j CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.ruxi I Clerk Tit Real Estate ni Ptital Alerts

DcposJ."tOry.Quality t
ORDR R p"n'TCATIO"t.ID - -

* is remembered long after price is' LaD rcnriciTioK I the Clm.lt Court. !SeTrath Judicial List Year Property Wit DeL

Clr tilt Dade! County. Florida

forgotten. Amelia Ray TS Wad. H. RaT dlr_.
A tine
piece of nay front property,
kF. W. .BAH It ip|
Quality Makes the Bargain. the bill IB th1 above slated maN that ainutrs walk of the bu.ine Meeatsr
to- Wade H. RT, the defendant thereto being SM feet oa bay aad. r I
400 feet deep, bating a lot of I..
41'3..Twelfth Strwwt. 2dt 1nP'l_ _.i Aaohtt et aaei :Bu11c.er aanmi. la noa-res 1 I now have la my employ one of th* Florida. and .li BOW r-aldeat of Port- place' for a winter home.

.. -'-. - --- --- best draftsman la the South and amp land. Oregon and .U over the ap oftueotyone I

better prepared thaa ever for furnishing yeart; It .U therefore ordered 328 Tftlftl Strctt. Silntr Btet <

BLACKSMITH plans and details tor good buildings that raid Bon-mldent defendant .4 MIAMI. FLA. t
Bne cabinet work eta be aril .la hereby required to to
Do -$hoPlalr| Wacon Carriage Worn 111' 11111. .
.F. B. Haven All Kind Bepalrtnir.Braslar I am new headquarters. for turned the bill of complaint lied la said cause

; and Soldering __ work scroll sawing and all work as- on or before Maonday. the (th day of i White Eade Barter S6or.

All Work Guaranteed Fint-ClaM. tally don la a first class planing mill June A. D 1904, otherwise the aJle atlona ,.

Send me your orders for door s aad of said bill will be taken a* confeaaed Four (11irs. 'No WaiUJc

J10P aoo. ...ven.'UeD. window frames baD...... brocksta. by Aid defendantIt Best Sonia in the City..

itt, and be convinced. to further ordered that this order

"" Fl'.A. be published once a week for four eonaecutiTe A. COLBY. Proprietor. .
MIAMI. Sot Twelfth SI sal.
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McNeill & Co. aid county 44 newspaper State. Clubbing ;j

SEABOARDAir Thus. 2nd da| of )(a)'. 1XM.

r, E. C. Dearborn

Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th Clerk Circuit"k Court. e e Rates.
a .

t.t t Line Railway Street. West of Railroad.We Clerk. You can save money by sub

Robert R. Taylor. I scribing for the
: FOR have gentle horses broke for ladies to (ride and* drive. Solicitor for ComplaisaLThla paperayou
I want through

Savannah. Columbia, Camden, Southern! Pines Good Comfortable Carriages moraine a room w as being The '

RichnwndVasfirnjton Baltimore cleaned U the block on Pine street a
. iR.1leigh, ,
Philadelphia. New York. First class Teams, and owned by Dry J. H. Smith and on re-

moving the covering over the flue lathe Metropolis.We

Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White Drivers. chimney It was discovered to be .

filled with a bundle of cooctl. This can give you tbx
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f Seaboard New Li Mi ted. -' ---- -- -
: Seaboard Mail >. ,> ...*......yjt.....>*...*... >.... ..... **. .*..*.** was removed and oa examination proved Daily Times-Union and.
SeaboardExpress to contain five pair of ladleahoea,
I ....ral pain of ladle stockings and Daily Metropolis far-

Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida Pastime"strid Record Borne mailer article of wearing ap- 10.00 a year, or bobs

parel. The find was reported to Marshal for six months fof.S.00.
: a..b..rd ,,.w Turk 1.1...... N a ....-.. It.... -..... .iselvwwiy *f FaluBMPM I Co- .
7M .ltaletat..sits..........-. .IN,... .... _rna *aneejrale4 e.M' Publishing Carter and he at once exclaimed
oqoip.M ..,.ate. ...Jaek..vtUJ Lap.a. .
...a.dell li..I* k. E4lte4 .7 a d _*.taut aN tlalf what he meant he Aid: "Several .

"' Qnly line operating daily through sleepers from p..t.re.. hipi.pej. *oaa-h I*fraaw t..sack.......ire awkupp Hirta4eM -._ Iaa.n..S ta yo.af year ago I war notified that these The
It.c.Jrt'cpejrinT _. '
tloa with a -
;... Jacksonville to New Orleans. .. tb-e aaaTT. ibis tC ...._'.. e.tr.ord.-afy a merchant -
..ekieLplfwaliipiturtrpeVt Mil ta blank Wlew ... rho .. l4euial ..*< "* ICo who has since removed his. buaIneaa Daily Metropolis
.Jackwerllla. ......with__..Ur a4 yea will eateeW fir sea,..,.wb
.r .., to another city sad I Immediately
EeirJ'..eaS 1M.,.... ..,y all ,.,,--:lJ Ills llle'.1 (I..ca'eat..4 _....) went to work oa the caw. I located JDOSemL
tkr t.rticeIae sd..rti..n will
For fall information and weeper reservations. call un any agent of UMScVioard ...1 i.ia" a ..itifal IItIoewra Mi<1 N.tr the person that I war car was the
.n.ir a-fltK. ta'-t. **4 alkoej e4 tea
or write rrsaatle..er.d Ftida.e.ss,..... ", guilty party bat others thought I waa
caste, rr rlr-legs.. I L''' wrong and no arrest war made. The .ThnessLmon

; A 0. McDOHHELL IlL GaL '.a ut. JlctsODlIlle I Industrial Record Como ti I*..- party has since left the city but I was

FitThe I always sure that I had located the '
/teitoarillf- $5.50
S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Agt. f' right OB*. Now I know If to be the a gear

&., & 'T-.t" -- T ..... T ." & fact for the party occupied a room at Weekly Metropolis and Semi
.:::&L the time la the sane baUdiac." Several
I Weekly Times-Union both
people have lived la the building

y! WJk:TB* L 6 A"*. JAMES M. JACE.OX.' Ja. 8 L PATTERS'-:71f Centrally Locateo alBce. but aa none of them had BO occasion one year. S2.OO.
rs..t .TtoMHmi*.. IItc"1r aid Tr.a. to put up a atove la this room

.,.: -_--.r_ the goods have been safety concealedfor The Pompano Inn
several The shoes
years. are
[ Dade Cow ty Abstract o. EA.FOPSELL PROPRIETOR fair begun condition to aJ'-ortaII40, but the dry Star.foods have r... UeComh Proprietor .

litIItJ' 11 (tIt UIPORATEDIs Pioneer Pompano, "Flol' /*.
: A traveling man ta authority for the: ,

BUILDING : MIAMI, statement that Governor Jennings did
[rW RATES $J.Oo TO $.50 PER DA' not have an audience" of on* hundred Accommodation tor rcnUcaaem

l- I neeaoaa. Including negroes, at his only. Produce borera and aohcitora -
Corner Avenue B and lib will find that
He tel I
_. .., .. Oataesvllle If.-. they cancovet
... aid ,-.A Y t .r TitY pe.tly any tae V O meeting.
... more territory in
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: a
"'c- "._.C..ur A-.an. at I'd It..r.a w. C..av day
t i MIAMI FLA. votes than this May. II he should be from here, than from any otke

) satiated and _taI & I point on the line.t. .
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i BACKING 'Fort Dall !s National Bank.

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

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

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

in strength and business.


'". Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas Natio i

; Bank at the close -of business March 2Sth 1904. ,

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I I'J AsstetlscLia.bilitiets. :'i t

. l >..Q554: Capital Stock . .. .$100,00000

Overdrafts . . .'. . 18
250 Surplus. . , . , 2.000 00JI'

U. S. Bonds to 3t., urc Circulation . 25,0x3000 Prof.ts . .
s u . . . t, c6o 72 '
Premium on the same . . .. 1.437 50 National Bark; .V
notes outstanding! ,, 25.000 oo '

Dade County Bonds. . . . . ),00000 Deposits . ] ? A. . . 262.070 q3 .

.....: Banking House . . . . 41.21413

U. S. Bonds owned , .$)-h v,6'-. 00 ,

r Due from Merchants National

Bank ol New York . 19.15988

i Due from National Bank oft -

Jacksonville! . . 18,39946 '

Due from Mercantile Exchange
Bank of Jacksonville 7.33613

r"" Due from Trust Companies of ;

z New York. . . .. '7,500 20 .

Due from State Banks and

Bankers . . . ,.- -10.2"9 08. .

Due) from U. S. Treasurer. .. I. ;Sv 00 *

Y Cash on hand in vault . 33.263 2r'! 153.783 60

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I 1 S390.640 65 $39O,64O65

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would not support him. He came here, I the son of a carpenter, therefore be it.

STONEUAN MOVED. !!Ito. a place where he had learned that<< r' Resolved further. That a* we bow

a there were a few office holders who, In monk submission. to His will, and
(Continued from first page.: ) 1
| could not get the backing: of any of acknowledge thai He do th all thing:

the Iowa when seventy per cent of tb! the papers In the county, and 1M>t&D.t0r well and though our brother >* dead. ipW1i $5,000.00;
gather material for a business mm fall to support with theii I ,
against all who would dare 'name.
Advertising: the newspaper that work)I i
I to npwe the re-election of these men It was beautiful to bear bins ray bewas

continually for the rood of all. to office It began: to stivk )fr. Flag- prepared to meet h-! .M Mcr and Palm Beach Stock

The Record has rarer made a practice ler and Mr J. McDonald and others I| ready at His rail to gn but hoped 1 to

of hounding men for patronageIt : who had done to much to male this live to see his first w Minit anniversary Being Closed out at :'

county what It Is even before It left : but death s priorto
has published a good paper as It
Orlando and has kept these attacks up that happy return '

unanimously acknowledged and hu since establishing itself here. It began Brother Morrlwn wax ir every ";a' /NEW YORK COST. 1

'" trailed to the good business sense ol a ...arf.llIIIt the county commissioners ,. aa exemplary: young man n."I. ,t.

the business men to Induce them to, for the very evident reason arm-hearted; a brother, a fhri'tan; -

place such adrertlsiag would be remunerative that It thought if It could defeat themIt I! For a long time be was honored with ;
would have accomplished much towards the office of Treasurer of our I'nlon. 150
to them and to the paper.
the consummation of the vastly which be faithfully filled until a fewmonths -
In Orlando, merchants generally, do, :
to our financial advantage." ago when his physlcain and
1- not believe In advertising.: The voters of Dade county will look |friends thought bet; that be desist :Mens Nobby! and Up-t '-date Suits

"Thl disposition on the part of bum into the motives for the stand this Socialist i from his official duties and attendanceI M.ide i I
. Summer
'P- .ea* men U what finally derided the paper has taken and will not .I at our meetings. Sine then he gradually : Weight Cheviots, Home-

r proprietors tq make the proposed i 'j be .led by It to defeat honest rvjnncrat. grew morse until the peaceful end t puns Wool Crash and English Cricket ";

change. The papers can make a good: C hose ability and Illness have been so ,,,cane Cloth. Wilsonj Bros Cluett and Star make
thoroughly by of faithful Brother Morrison expressed: a belief ,
living here, but their proprietor deserve proven years ,
and are entitled to something work In the Interest of the party that he mould get well until slmoft the : -

more than that i and tax-payers. very lant.. and had fully made up his

'f- -Tb Record ha* no criticism to mak" mind that as soon as he use mell'enratgh I IIOVV 250

: of any man or net of men for their IN MEMORIAL. he mould go to Deljuid or else- "

. Inability to ace that a aged paper builds where and study for the ministry, but 'I Suits Mens Underwear 1 '?giVool77talbrigfran. -<
Resolutions' and Tribute of Respect Ta ONAT
Cod has ordered otherwise and hi* -
town and business buildup "
p a good men
a good paper; they are entitled 10tllelr.opl.lOD The Late II M. Morrison. ministry can now begin In that better \ l -Cisl and Fancy Lisle: j i
land where there is no change, neither I I
as we am to the proposed -1 : : :
Miami Fla., April IT. '0.. shadow of turning. I -
will be
change vastly to our financial -
advantage. Whereas Almighty God In His wisdom In closing the 'writer ls requested to;i
< "The South Florida Record. enlargedand has seen fit to remove from our tender the gratitude and sincere thankr j Hats For Men.
of the Immediate relatives to all whoso ;,
IDipt"O"II be sent to all subscribers midst our beloved brother M. M. Morrlsoa .
lovingly assisted In laying: our
for the fall time for which
to a higher and better home and
i brother to rest and also for the a b.."-
their snhcsrlptlons paid.
are r'
while ,,e deeply feel the Ions of our .dance of the beautiful floral offering .
'be he
Let It noticed that plainly says ,
that the business men of Orlandowould .brothers presence we know that Coil J. R. C, for Local Union 100 .
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not and did not support him. knows best.Brother EstablishmentYou
Isal that a queer admission! Doe Itnot Morrison was always a- true
following papers were filed In MEN'S STRAW HATS.
thai there was something .
prove '
:and conscientious Union man and always the clerk' office circuit court today:
rotten IB Denmark? Thai the businessmen
ready to assist a brother in distress. Warranty deed. Joseph Zapf and will find <
knew the man and had some reason anything you --q- j
wife to Sanders W. Hart for $I for not supporting him? The Or- :
I other considerations, parts of lots .2* wish in this stock
lando men evidently knew the politics To his bereaved wife and except
reIaU""j'and 23, block 134, north, Miami
of Editor Stonemaa. The other paper we extend our heartfelt I MENS FELT HATS., '>
Warranty deed, Joseph Zapf aDd' shoes which
we are now
Democratic I
la Orlaado-th papers .
Resolved That<< a copy of these resolutions < ,
wife to Sander W. Hart for |l\w and -----
there--have not complained of lack of
be spread on the minute aa I j other considerations, north 35 feet of having ;.1 sale of at our
business and they are apparently baying -200 Y
lots 22. 13 and 24, blocs 124. north -i
a liberal support ODe of them our charter draped for 30 day J

started up as a dally when the Record Resolved! also. That a copy of thes | Miami. shoe store
nW business and :: resolutions be presented to the bereaved | Warranty deed. B. B. Tatum toSander MENS CLOTH HATS. -i
left and to doing a
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W. Hart for tnll/t. east half -
receiving a cordial patronage from the. wife and a copy presented to. I
"very same business men whom Editor 'i each of the newspaper of the city. .'of tot 7, block 123. north. Miami. -I -J i

dig because B. Button, i Warranty deed Frank W. Mont
they Stoneman would gar not support a parting him. J. W. Tucker I gomery and wife to American Nat and -33 3i 33 3 3i33i33i 3 3 33 3 33

Co. for $1 20 acres la section
Tk Record editor said la the above W. F. Croft.
Committee.In !. 4. township ... south, range 41 east
article that lie believed that It would ,t
addition to the above It I. our Warranty deed. i:, N. Dimk-k to SEWELL
to* "vastly to hi* financial advantageto | JOHN & BRO.F4
remove from Orlando to Miami. In pleasure to add that God ha given Frank C. Vosa, for f'OQ eight acre In.. ( .

Jvst what way be expected to secure I and ha taken away. Our brother ha :section 10. township 4J. south of range
bee removed bv the Great Architect 43 aat.
I* now very
this plain.financial He left advantage a city and county with I of tile universe that lie may becom-, Warranty deed. George Barnes to EEsFEE>FEE.EFf.EF.FEfrE: .EEEf aFFE '

population than Miami andfind a workman IB Zion. the City 'of oar U W. Marshall for |2S Iota i and >. .
far more
110-312 12* Street.
tr'y scanty have, but the people" there God together with Him. our Savionrn .,'block IS. Fort Uoderdate. MIAMI. I'L1.

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