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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. I, No. 124. SStfX-. MIAMI, FLORIDA, T THURSDAY,' MAY 5, 1904. :gSSar1 Price 5 Cents




JAPANESE THREE MURDERERSPAY ;iAN OPEN LETTER 1 TWO [DISTINGUISHEDMEN) MONEY UPI



PENALTY Oft M1411 EXPLORINGTHE i


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'One Who is Thoroughly Familiar With I the History of the Barrs-
With a Loss of Ten Thou. Wlnilwuter. Tenn, May &.-Henry Backers :.

Judge, Joe Delph and John Evans II I Stockton Crowd Propounds Interesting Questions Two distinguished visitors Rev. John Ready

Rumor bite, were hanged here today for the Numerous N. MacGonlgie and Mr. Ernest A. Ins "
and Men !
Says murder of Simon Belcher and wife Touches up the Record of Some of Stoneman's of East Orange N. J, made a trip on Seven Proposes nS

last I, yesterday ap the Miami river la the
August.All
three of the men died without Favorites and Associates. launch Enterprise, for the po.-:. : of : -
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a struggle and exhibited come Indifference .---.1 securing some photograph o' tbEverglaiU i -
RUSSIANS LOSE 7.000| :anJ the Miami river :i ti e
:i\ and the same stolidity thatmarked I : WILL BE lN
i afternoon ,.. r- ':> SECOND RACE
they *> a trip j ; r
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their trials. Large crowds, it i i I Ithas been said, "No man spreads a election I ? *w at that time and did he *
*$TH was believed, would have attended the I: lie with so good a grace as he who be- not re tl* therein, solely oa'account for the same purpose. Today they have
to Fort Lauderdale and will enter I
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execution and as threat had been lieves It." Only upon the truth of this of the tct that he and his faction controlled -
the lp V. from : ami! '
< < t a point 'C re
fat Drove the Japs Back ii Disorder! made to tear down the fence about the proposition can the Pbotophoblat of J1* police and the sheriff and ,
)' scaffold that the execution might be !the Miami Record be excused for Its his dep ... at all polling place? I* some photograph rf that :w>-tl.." r.t And WB>a Also But Bans ud. Air

'at KhBeii C.fItng-Rt:<
set the hour for the men to die early t men as Stockton, Barn and Browanl |I aai Brother held up two parties a are gathering material: to Un Oilier Candidate la the Cwstks
Another! aNd in a magazine and er to be ..
'CMfkuKJonors of pat
so as to avoid trouble.BOMBARDED and for its method la publishing the short A stance oat of Jacksonville aDd ;
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read before a national scientific ....Icty I Columbia Harafllot. AIadIu.hlmaa .
EngagementKoropaUa untruthful statement a* to the Flag- 1 I.t tile -l1at i of pistols make a search
Natal ( PORT ARTHCR. In both Instances the only IlIwolra.!< mt
lee party coming to Miami to .!ten I of the It1.I. a public road of Du- Yal WO Not Give
to be used are from scene of the
Goes to the Eroit-Japs Secure the Davia-Taltaferro meeting, and the val cottK. about midnight of the last
London. May S.-A Toklo dispatch glade and hammock la their luitral
k Barrs
primar; 1 a Majority if the flrst-
state that after the sinking of the I like.Why state. In selecting these view the
New Lon of Fifty Mfflloa Dollars.LI doe the Record not tell the I WUI'paper of high moral Idea
steamers at the entrance to Port Arthur wilder and more tropical por flea of Clara Regarded
voter of Dade county that Browardwas givi th* voter, of Dade county some I as a Sore Winer.
haror the Japanese bombarded ,
: the scenery ha been selected. Rev. Mr.
removed from office by Governor ]I light fanrhlng the matter mentioned .
the fort and the town and
I Tuesday WKGoa..... to so delighted with Mlairi
Mitchell and the cause for such removal Will lltyeny that every allegation -
continued the same Wednesday. .1 that be expect to spend his waters;
London. 'May [.-A dispatch to the ? Why doe It not let the voters made tojBot true?
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:v Central New Agency from St. Peten- CLEARING OUT BRIGANDS. of Dade know, that one of the I* It f a fact that the city council hew with his family. Referring to the offer to wager oath

;C berg says that a rumor to current of New York May 5.-A Time dispatch Barn-Stockton faction a few yean I of Jacksonville had the suit againstthe FLEET STEAMING NORTHWARD I IChelO election of Hon. Frank Clark a*

a second battle at Klaliea Cheng la from Harbin.,.* that the force ago made a wholesale disfranchisement i bookmen of Bob Scott 4'1..1jJ. mad by J W. Ewes: of Coeoaaat t

'. .+* which the Russian have lost seven guarding the Siberian railway. and of over a thousand whit voters X.O Block ton being Scott' heaviest M** ::.Chlaeee |aak* arriving Grove and a* published la the Metropolis

thousand mea and the Japanese tea bridge and companies of mounted Democrats, la Dnval county 'at one 'hoidVmaa and being a partner In here'report that a fleet of forty last Friday the Timea-UahM after ;

thousand and that the Japanese wens frontier guard are making dally excursions stroke by refusing to accept the money the Raon3 D. Knight Co.. In which Japanese warship and transports. were reproducing the challenge, says:

driven.back la complete disorder. No along the railroad to dear tendered In payment of their poll tax? I Scott was aid to have: Invested about off Weihal WH Tuesday sad st.! m'ng: Neither proposition there stated toufficiently !

confirmation of the rumor to obtain- the neighborhood of Manchurian bri- Why Dot give some light upon their oae-hMtof: his defalcation of which NIl,:a- &.:-d.. definite to attract the betting ."
Mlle. '"' caaa method such a* the orderinc of a !he was ieued' a* treasurer? I men of Jacksonville.. However

f I, number of case of rifle to be put Into j Will the Record deny that Gay I. 1 la friend of Hon. Frank Clark ha* deposited

RUMORS OF WAR. the hand of their thug and ward. j I MeteaUBranch advocated the election of Mr. ARE HAULING ROCK{ $175 with the sporting editor

St. Petenbarg. Kay 5.-There are CANAL CONVENTIONOpened heelers for the sole purpose of intimIdating j te his paper aa representative i I of the Times-Union to cover oy bets

e persistent rumors here of a naval engagement the white voters to enable from B tvard county and the nomineeof that may be desired accordance with

r between. the Vladivostok their faction to carter aa election? | the bllC&a convention against the following seven proposition:

\*, squadron and the fleet of VTce-Admiral, Why not show their tone Democracy j H. P. Ltkluson, the nominee of the [' $25 to $25 that*Frank. Clark get

Kamlmnra. bat there are BO coofima-I In atempting to secure tea men who Demoe ttic convention prior to the Preparatory 101{ Starting WaDs of more vote la Hslltog; county than

11; tons of the report op to this afternooa.Thaainlr Its Second Day In Tampa wen members of the)board of city orgaaUatfcNi of the Lily White Re- i Hdkyoo Hafl lloltl J. M Ram or aaVother candidate In

$l say. there...to DO' farther commissioner to tntf t ajnmnm-t (uhUC: ? _,? i the primary May Ml:
Ibis '
:;. 1\;.ens&at h Xr 1 .....- ... '1- MonIII4 l>y which the tea men were to be If I mistake not. Mr Metralf accompanied i I!3 to"1h.i-lI' Dk Clark get

J.. l ter.-rt. to twlieved'ber* that .1'f hound by an Iron clad oath that they the n.ner or manager of the i more rotes In Alachua nrapty than J.

w. 4 Japaaeptaa* concerted. actioa'has i! would advocate andfurther any dbeme Record 10 Miami and seemed to ly )L Bares, or any other candidate in

*? 1Ieea embarrassed by fae falmnfto or measure that would be managing aTalrs: in their .Ix-half. just Derrick Are i* and %Hort ot Tills f tie.', the primary May 10.

-M block Port Arthur on ,-.s.,.. '&nd '' Hot. Sanuid Past Addressed the Meetft .!i i, by any six of the ten taking the ad..oratf'dI oath- I prior to the -tablighni of the same Structure HI Start Monday and be | 125: to *::S that Frank Clark gets

ff. that a repetition of the attack I/ K Did Other ProBtoett Delegates thereby giving six the absolute control In Miami lie' promlnen In this rou- I more rotes In Putnam county than J.

p.=, pected momentarily.. Admiral U'I! of the board of comtnlsulonen. i i nect'on |mm*..."tfly arrousml the Rustled to Coflplrtfoa.Work M Barrs. or any other candidate lathe
.-:. tort Port Arthur last M tlng largely AMwded I primary May 19.
; feet wasrighted which was composed of eighteen mem- iwii-pirion of mm:> conservative people I
iio! alght. and unconfirmed rumors say he .. boors! Manv Ix-Ilryed at the time that: __ $23: to s::; that Frank Clark gets

." "attacked at daylight. and that a fierce I Why not tell the voter of the attempt i| It was to be r Barrs-Stoi !kton su>>sl'1Ized more vote la Bradford county than J.M .
f..J. fight to low.la progress. I of Bam-Storkton II gang to sheet and when the Times-Union. I on ,4he; malls of the new Halcyon ; Harrs. or .any other candidate In
ha been received Tampa. May 5.-The Panama Canal Hall Hotel mill be started n..UI I the primary May 10.
\ N No farther news kidnap a member of the committee on IntimBted as much, bow it made you
t here officially of the Russian losses on I convention opened It* second day this !i credentials at the Palatka conventionIn howls Monday by Messrs. Hood and Ixaacsthe I l.'l: to *li that J. M lUrrs due not

General Kashtallnsky's estimated morning with Jas W. Porch of New contractors and rushed rapidly get a majority In Duial. his home
'the Tala. I 1SS4. Also that said faction were U e did not hare long to wait to ascertain I
accepted. Itt I Orleans president through: to completion Stone I III now
to permanent county
two thousand I denied seats at the State conventionat ,, where you stood Melcalf was
believed the Japanese lost The convention was addressed by being hauled from the quarry to the : $?5 to re that Frank Clark will be
ti to .generally I Il. Tamps Or t*. Orlando and Jacksonville ,,, the forerunner and "inis of a feather
,between three and four thousand men. former United States Senator Samuel and at several Congressional flak together." ground II'{ I M In immense blocks |i In the second. primary for the nomination

L iThU to based on the reports of. eye :i ir Pasoo and recently a member of the convention, solely because they ..ere''' In conclusion I desire to auk the weighing; several tons and nit. resrly i for Congress on June 7.

j J '!itae..ea. Panama canal commission! bolters and had no standing In the Record In all candor. If it can Rive one for placing; I' The above proportion were ported

e Other prominent delegate followed f fin |eyes of the Democracy of Florida, and, good reason .b.. any honett and decent i The large derricks. with mlhirh it j In the clear store of E. L. Stephennoaveterday.

CONK! TO THE FRONT. a dlcnslon of the good results to It were In contempt not having purged Democrat 'who has the best /la-I[ mill\ lie rained and swung into ", ..111011. but owing to the fact that

the southern ports from the canal and themselves. of the contempt, accordingto tereot of bU State or county at heart hare lieen rrrrtnl and the ground I, they were not getting; the proper publication

General Koropatkla Will Examine. Personally -I the! best means of giving moral support the verdict as expressed in the high (i should vote for either Barns Stockton about the new hotel site will Boon he- the money was turned over

Russian Troop of commercial interests In the court of Democracy! or Broward. They certainly will not come very busy and active It I H thej' to the sporting dltor' of thin paper and

SL Petersburg May S.-General Ko- completion of the work. The, meeting I As a matter of fact did not Stockton If t"will Investigate their part political intention of the contractor and the the bets published.

ropatkia baa gone to the front to la- is largely attended delegate being i' ran a* aa Independent candidate record. Being quite familiar owner to bate air house completed bvDecemlier There will\ be any amount of "money

I ipect peraonany the situation. Troops [ resent from all part of the South. and obtain his election by a deal with i with the political history of my State let ahd the only thing that 'I, nut np on the .'*>'-" pr.>! rnitir... by

.i/'If./ ._..._ helnaharried.u_ forward from the I Eagan. or the big boa of the Republican : since ISO. and having aVen an active I can prevent it lII'oe shortage of' friends of Hoi rVu-k niik.; They
.4 v Mokdea and Llao line to a positionBear I FIREMEN WILL PRA.CT1CE.-To- party the negro Joe Lee. part In the memorable campaign of material which I* not anticipated feel that be I ls getting; stronger!!: each
All wounded. morrow afternoon at S o'clock the firemen I This hotel when completed will he !
a .
and
Cheng. day confident
Wang are that be Is a
Feng Was it the Stockton bank that had I 187C and belied to redeem her from
sent to the rear will have a practice run which splendid structure and will rank second winner.
Raaslana hays been I wlll State fund amounting to hundreds of carpet bag rule' I milt ray without fear ,
operation start from the corner of AvenueD to on the Eat Coast except
.:" .so a* not to hinder any thousand of dollars placed oa deposIt:. of proof to the contrary, that nothing: none The propwltions of Mr Ewaa are
It 1* evident General Koropatkla to and Twelfth Street to the court radical reconstructionrule In size |.t..1II be modern in every '|looked upon here a* a trick lIS It I*
and did his bank not have the amount occurred during
to General house. A Siamese will be attached to I ..convenienceVISITING and furnishing and no
preparing to give battle for which Duval county bonded for In Florida that equaled In Infamy I not nndentond what Is meant by the
Karokis, that ts.If the army 1* la circumstances tie: plug there and two lines of hose. hart-or Improvement and the amountfor and audacity the many act of the doubt mill do a splendid basin...... The word ""arry." It might; be claimed that

to warrant It Private dispatches laid from It. The hook and ladder crew41n cost price .I* fll.niio. Dot Including, f carry mean to j-t more vote than allother
Barrs-Stockton in Duval
which the city of Jacksonville was i, aggregation
of thetUaslaaa follow and practice ladder work, furnishings
Mood he
the lighting four candidate If he want to-
say bonded deposited la his bank? And I county. I* the Record supporting this
to up, and that they are Pompeii climbing etc. The boy Will'c''ote wager that Hon. Frank Clark will notget
did not he and his faction have the aggregators from honest conviction
thirsting for revenge of the slaughter considerable time to practiceI I THEIR PA RUNTS! the highest number of vote In the
and disbursement.of the twolast I tad prlirfple or for subsidy? BeforeIt
htndllng
OB the TaIL etween this and July 4 so U to be In 10\\,. and Mrs. Harry Lapham. of I counties he mentions, then he which amouat4to aspire to teach good Democrat
The decision of the commander I* condition to aecea fnny meet the Tto- named amount, Ocala and Miss. Carrie of Brooklyn. the above propi>.*,"...... nr er'n'7
several hundred thousand fotlan? true Democracy. It will have to familiarise .
;- chief'.. to the extent of opposition h* lung companies who will be here to. Florida's N. T.. .visiting their parents. Mr. <.if them. q
SUcklon Itself with political
I It not fact that entered -
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will make at Tent Wang Cheng depends I articipate In the tournament oa that I II and Mrs. Daru La.>ham. who resideon II
one of the polla4) feWe la Jack-j I history and her true Democrats, and
the location and *aece** of f eta : EItItlIa; Street near Brlekeir One iff the handsomest. houseboat
oo ..
Men Judged by the
l I oavllle during ** fciectloa! and remained part company. are I
Japanese la landing troops In Man- & -- I I Point Mia. Lapham has been in the ever wen In this part to the Everglade
the keep.
PAPERS. therein end refused to get out. company they
are mo- ;, LEGAL Nurtes' Training School of King from Jen-
Attempted landings ( W. I j which arrived here Monday
rhuris. E. L.
when h'e had no right there under th4 I
meatarily expected near NOn..a.. _. -- -- J I County Hospital of Brooklyn N. T. sea. Hawhere the boat was built for

and at the bead of Core Bay, Koropatkla I I Agreement betwcia. Harry E. Tattle COUNT SCHOOL BOARD. "* |-school- house at Mrter-- Palm. for the past lea yean. This Is her I Col. RobL N Thompson. The Everglade

*' problem may be to prevent a I tad Ralph Wort.l rtoD. that said Regular meeting of School Board The fotowna; Varrant' mere issued I first visit home during that time. She I Is la command of Capt. R. D.

junction of the eoemVs force*. I I! I alph Worthington will' not sell, mu.uacturs held today. Present E. B. King chairman for general efcpensesZJ8 : r will return to New York In two or Hoke. and I is en route to Anaapolia.where .

: or allow W be sold or maatti J. C Harris. W. M. Burdlne and I T Merritt I salary I fart three week to finish her course. CoL Thompson will go aboard

7 JAPAKtaE MONET LOAN. j i i Actnred Iqnor Mi any kind' .npoa '- I Z. T.; Merritt. secretary. :. .. . . . .150.00 I I Mr. Harry who. has been with the I and then the boat will proceed to New

London, May *.-laqulrte* show |' tin property sold him Vy alt. H. E.Twti'I' Minutes of last IDfttjq read and I 21M W. M. tiuntlne. mileage and large department store of H. B. Maw Orleans and we the Mississippi. river

the Japaaes Iota of fifty million tIIR'I',| also said Wonhmxtc will not i.I approved. 'per diem ... . : . 2.001 I I tern In Ocala for the past five or six to'St. Louis. The Everglade to very

lar* win be issued next week and JI JIt-11 said property wnJMart \acorporatI Warrant for teachers salaries for i IJ"1 J. C. Harris, mileage and years, to accompanied by Mr. Arthur light draught and to driven by two K-

be ta the Mrs of seven year six I g a like clause la the''deed of aata. :I April not yet issued win be reportedat per diem. . .. . . IS.JO I I Makers son of H. B. Maxtor, of hone power gasoline engine and has

eat bonds and the lane price will Deed from Carrie ft. Tattle and hus- I meeting. Z--9J E. a King, mileage and Brooklyn N. T. a speed of 12 knot per hour.-Jacksonville

probably be W 1-2 tents, the loan to I tJ lad to Ralph Vbrthlngtoa for $100.. W.next)(. Burdta authorised *to have I per 19.11' 1 I Toy they are all delighted with Metropolis. Th* Everglade wa.

b*, tetaed siaalUaeoMty U London aid other eonoAieraUon certain Iud I vacant school lot cleared I 2JS3 C. W. pierce, supplies Boya- Miami. It* scenery and climate la putting la this port off and on daring th* hut

it evor. i In the TattlenaUoL J. C. Harrta authorised to confer ton: .. .. ... . ., It mildly. -

r"' 11 1a expected L a doa will gH P'- i!. 'MOVING_ RAPIDLY.-Th1 1+1 I.with patron at Pompano In regard to ,2"_'*4 H. F. Scnixgs. plumbing.. %.* The young men are now engaged In
tk Catted State the reMtalaf CROP 23S Wilson' Novelty Work, re- repairing a launch and will soon be Wm. Johnston wife and two children -
JOO.WM tat from the key* to mov- I school house.
na.fiM.t4o. I ITft II i iriaeaapfe crop E. B. King authorised to confer with pain .... .... .... ...... 1.00 on the bay angling for sand perch and i arrived hut Bight from Richmond.
end north In
gotag
I j(.trg rapidly BOW at Stuart la regard to school I zM J. W. Cardy. clearing ew- grunt Va. to make their home la Miami. Mr. .

COTTON MARKET J: rea ....UtIeL There are BO lets patrons ers.. .. r. .. ... .... .... .. 1.Seit Mr. Master who. to quite a botanist fohastoa to a Baotypa operator ....

New tot*. May I-Tutarea opened t>*n a dozen vessel la port today with hwsa authorised to act to :9. Mr*. P. P. Wagner Janitress ha discovered specimen of the was with the Metropolis a few week ..
Superintendent
eaiy. ltay 1JM. Jaaa U44 Jmly.1JSS. t4ae< and a* fast a* they caa -- matter of school lot at Lemon City. I West Palm Beach... .... .. U.M Fridges whit. harkllora IB the aamBweka. last winter and wa. *o pleased with
fur more. the >
August Un. ...m t 110. .October emptied win get away agala W. 1C: Bardtta authorised to act la tat )(n". E. Dahtenbert. )aar that he I* Bar U he ever saw Miami that h* went home and brought
to the standard n alas
1m. "Nona '-' DeoaI&W lJ.Jt.natUu. The fruit to p raprtIe partaaamg malaria 1 rot ttrea Miami... ... ..,. .... JJ.W them befarvJt van la India bin family down ..
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UXBKKAL DIK CTOSTBTATI Abernethy. J. C. King. H. MIriirpmin 'i A YOUTHFUL GENIUS. For Member County Exacmllr Coav

viriCBBa.vsra .: I Aahby R. J. B.I I iSAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE PRIMARYPartial Btttea for Flrat District

I ALf1o! H F. LaSall A. L.Lcfflcr c. W. MaPHERSON.

>-.,r mt.SUM. a.Janata-H.C. Crmwlord. Brown. W. 11. C. D. Nine-year-old Boy B Prodigy For Member County EzacaUr Coa-

ti.mple'sAw-AMear T1..rr-R.' rAtl.n.e7J kMio.nl C..IIUOB.t I'I Bush. F. CBnrdln McDonald *. A. In Study. I mlttoa for Second District

+ ..: -J. B. w'bltaeld.rrsaeedeat *. W. M. Maynard. W. t.. F. M. POWELL.
ol Public iMUncUo- at i List of the Candidatesto --
: Byington. E. T. Merritt. Z. T. E. A. CRAWFORD. G. E.: KNIGHT.For .

li 6 ,.....__J ral-AsreukuIs." C. K. row yew I Ir.1'oP I I Brady.E. L. Muller G. SPILLED WELL AT AGE OF THSE&: be Voted For in This C. O. CODRINGTON. Member County Executive Com-

I..rd .. 1ru.1se. .-.. 1.......s rst H.
Bailey, B. M. Ueyera.nt mittee for Third Dtotriet.GEO. .
W.erw.('.pUulle.Tre..arrt W. A. HOCKER. JR.

Awry _.. and 0---- of A..rV I I Budg, H. C. Mora*. Fred S. "_wet .."...... ... mt m Hrrr4 County;the Primary JOHN M. BRTAN. W. POTTER s
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tw.rd: +.t sd.tidl.-the Governor.InMttntHiuTM MeeseI : Brossler G. D.Burdine Moore. T. V. ......_.. I. MaMvr .. NigherNarb.wtew. J. D. CLOUGH. W. L J :'1'CIt.1.P.
7 ed eta.. ANraey .e.er L Trearrer seed J. M. McDonald W. H. I Election. For Member
.( P.. I. .aarddetl.m. ,... **/*. *. *.* pee.r.l I JOHN A. HENDERSON. County Exaeollv Committee -

Bmvtti tMY..e?..teat+ctaw. Ti ** rrf, AU ..:K -4 V::"r. i Backua. F. W. McKlnnon. G. A. Ormm ........_lt kaskteeu: W. E. ANDERSON.J. for Fourth District.

...asrssp..Mser! -' Ainnnare had ..upatoP Blackman. E. V. Nelson Edwin ...!... Mr K..w HI. tlphafcrl ..
.M..t ass.d.ed< _...1Ic1.mr TIle.ftlo.w.ere.r.. !Mrnenra I i, Chain, W. H. Peek. R. J. .I five Iran H. .... *..../.. i j GUT L METCALF.J. For Member County Executive .Commlttea )

.....- el s.d ....-. Cob.. L Proof W. W. of the Dmoirratie -
t..t'' Alt.tuey- ....... ,i For tile Inlormatlon N. WHITNER. for Fifth Dtotriet. 1

: A.rk+te .:sus.sl .&-a.1t. a._. I IIIt"raUIICOl'aTItTOOIt.'I t: Cheatham. J. H. Patterson S. L.parrtoh. I I voters of tile eoooty a sample JOHN SMITH. J. s. SUNDAY y J

I IL" Conrad. J. A. Allan R. Although! be U only nine. years old. ballot la printed below, containing a G. P.Q.HEALT. T.: J. HA TGOOD. _1

I i C'n>land. J. G. Rhode R. W. I Norbert Wiener. son uf Pre/emor LeotViener uartlal list of the candidate to be roved For Member
County Exocullva Commlttea
T"'Ior.s..bs9 J ew lc.t. Inntruitur of I..k.t A. C. BLOUNT. JR. I
Y............ A..ueres.Jsasee.r Clark P. c. RoM. C. J 11..1 for at the coming primary. for Sixth District
...1-. la master of higher H. H, McCREART. .
.11. .MrT.OTiB.T Yard rollece. "
B.
J. I
..._T...f oil the out .-... Drake GastonDouglas Reilly. There will be other names to add aa W. W. 8NELL.
-III be a44.- B. B. Rub Dr. W. B. I IDonI ....tks. of the iK-iwH-n. mod of severnl H. W. LONG.
don until April
M r C.rrtyJsda I the time not expire L I. HARDT. .
Edw. dead languages. nays a n|>ecial disc j .
rV. J. K.Erwln. Humph. :i.t In which candidates may qualify For Member 1
BBXATUB: W. W. Raulerauo., H. patch from Cauitirklge. !II...... to the For Member National Committee- County Executive Com
I and have their names put on the ballot mlttoa for Seventh District
"..... r.Ttlllatem,.Jarkannillh. Enloe. Dr. O.rriaaen. Rnmph. Geo. New York I Ifft Id. With little preparation at J. B. BROWNE
... B.JUUnr. I...-... I The ballot when printed for ua* E. T. KING.
t. repbe. L. B. be could enter H.rr.M, bat bt* c. GIDDONS.K. j
C. .
G. Satrord.
} h lection will be more than twice aa
JOHN .
C.L fitbef will nut penult him to do na MULLIKIN.
: W. POPE.
'r50K&IIIIKC Flanagan. R. 8. Sewril. E. O. M
i long aa this one aa here are to be rules For
Member J
PInt Dtrto (MiknHBC U* 1.4 c.I .- Frederick J. S. daxelby. J. G. until be U artera jrrara old. In the I Inmntlme I County ExecullT Coa -
Bo*. W. Itatu. r UUa. between each name and blank lines mlttea for Eighth!
UVw. I of
be will continue a cwtrne District
4ssd u4.sncsa.. N.: .,...*. Fra.... J. B. fiulxner. C. F. 'I I which to writ other namea.Votera For Judge of Qrcuit Court-8v.ntl
on
.... Oarlaek. A. P.Glrtman. Smith Julia study Professor n'learr baa mapped i CEO. P. BULL, f

WLKUAD VUK1Ilsa1UNW.I Jam. Stoneman. F. a I IOoaIpb eat for him. and It Is prrdk-tf bj *rttnl \I can begin. practicing on markIng Circuit For Member County Executive Contmlttoa -

C.d. R. Sulxer. A. E.Shaaahan. of the H n-.nl fatuity who baTe I Iwatcbed I a cross mark (X) before the games MINOR S. JONES. for Ninth District.
Ml B. __... Krj wed ChAlrmu. of he candidates for which they win
wonderful that at W. A.
bin
L M. ....1JIde weer.J.I. Gaatler. T. N. M.8ewn. pruj.Tf FILER.
._J_. 8. Afteea be will lie war! of the Hixatton1 1 I wish to rote. For States Attorney-Seventh Circuit For Member County ExacullTa. rnm- i
L Co Dsrs. ..._ C1erL Graham. JohnGartbslds. t'
.... .o.rd al marvel of the century. 4 I CKCIL O. BUTT.
.. 4gw.4rs aM ..... 4 s C. H. R. H.SavtclK mines for Tenth District .'
*.' 7nl.A..t... Seymour. Young Wiener d I S. I
Gramllng. J. C. ,. P. PATTERSON. ,
student that be la. lie like play aa
LUO.XUlIOJlIL States 8enatMWILKINSON -
United
C.
For
H. B. C. D. LEFFLER. .
OanattP., Shaw. .
welt aa any boy of his age and his I t
Jab L BXDr. Mtasu.agJIATOk DanUer. R. B. Taylor. R. R. chums are robust hwklns little fellowa. | CALL. For State Senator-13th DistrictM. For Member Gouty Executive Committee -

ttm OUTKICTCSsiteMlai Ortfflng A. M. Tnraaga. J. L "It U a pleasure to utmly.! old Nor WILLIAM S. JENNINGS.J. 3. SAMS. for Eleventh District --. "'!

I BrsnH asA Did Cwwoc) airtmaa. W. H. Tatam. B. B. belt std I Oat much annwia>nt In I I N. C. STOCKTON. F. M. HUDSON.For J. r. BURTESHAW.
,
_. B. M. Dtmtek. ttlm Bisra.JOIDB Hay**, J. H. Tatnm. J. H. making teata la rueiMtetir la use' little I JAMES P. TAUAFERRO. w. j. SHONE. .

r OOUOT KErBBaBXTATlVB. HUI. L. E. laboratory which I.ups baa Ittrd np i the LeglaUture I For Member County Exe ufv. Oana- .t;

> for me. I aprnd an bur In lilt laboratorjr { For Representative la Coogreaa- See
G. H. alUM
Hunter. J. Watson C. GRAHAM W. KING. for Twelfth District
..arm .. &la& F.INed : every daj. and tI.... I raid some odd Congreaalonal DtotrktI .
Hill William, Whortoo F. H. LatlD. Uenuaai or Krem-b aatbnr.BaI'1' | BENJAMIN BUTTON. E. R. KiREMAItFor j

DAD COCBTT OFFICQta.Meer Heth rfagtoa. M. r.White. E. UHtyaer. I I B. ALEXANDER. Member County Executive Committee
'lI18tOl') of tlmtf' I also find -
.... 1
*thi. L .,.r.;
Jai[- J. 1C BARRS.
Csaty AIMrMT-J T.seeders Miami.mHXiemVmmmm4muHtmtl. A. E. Wall T. A. lotereirtlnc."Ujr" For Clerk of Circuit Court for Thirteenth District .j
OMk \ >nmi. W. W. Whaler H. T. ... awl > FRANK CLARK. .
Hall efe tronbkDM* at Ii. E. C. DEARBORN.J. C. W. HILL
.
al.rtI B.O. ""J.aahouses.Mi..LO.a..s.r Hahn F. W. Wortoy. O. A. for that ,..._ I Lave inset; aMlfcd I CHARLES DOUGHERTY 8. mgnginr For Member County Executive. Commlttoa ,

*t Tarn*-Thos 4..lalllif heed... 0r.. Hogbea. W. D. Wilson L to give U|> rewline e\irn+iey for j I W. P. WATSON.I Z. T. MERRITT. for Fourteenth Dtotriet ,
lore ibis tbrre .....nlh.. ily .oamwarrada I
J. F.
J. W. Woodworth
w wet lazes-S. ?. .M...laaL Hornor. I- R. M. SMITH. J. C. ROLLT. '\
TMMiwC.li.BMWnoa.HisUOMM. I Jonos. M. J:. Wllaon. R. 8.Kolh. to m* abnot a hour carUday except ..
Ccurt-41 O. W.
it 1 8ULUVAW.
lastrae rsstke Supra al
.ee.dsM Saturday, Hint tiring. raratlon II
v-I.-- / L
.Y. =:: .a.... A. J. Zlmaalaa.. L. I
t .M- M Ttara For Jostle of tie
M Oeodl' uaj to me aa. well. a* to for taker (toys For Sheriff Peace. Second *- ".-J
l ,
T wyairv.j.iv.c '
tjs.s... ---. Piled.JeS.ie aid ctria to Cauibrfclxe. I bate been R. F. TAYLOR.I JOHN FROHOCK.. trtct" ,

_. ,..FS.L I; 1.L A..a.-w.......... Ci.ssret. Th* past week boa been one of ..- ....sou... all day playing uinrbfr*. mo- I J. R. ABRAM8. R. E. L. McFARUN. <1j

.... !S.. !. -.. Clerk aM ...... Ml.md usual activity no far aa shlpn-ents of lint about with my iiUyuulenJToe I Justices of Supreme Court (Vote JOHN R. ONEAL. For ,......,. of tW r..e.-. ".. DMrtet. 1

ties track .to concerned. Th. crop this only thing tbat I read today three- R. J. CHtLUNOWORTa. %
ncrrr COVET or .KTKHTHtCIBCUIT. JCDICIAL I for .J. M. WILLIAMS.For -4
year has been mote varied than ever war the morning paper .Iur' about tb.war R. 8. COCKRELL.I For Justice of the PMC. Ninth Dla-
between Russia and Japaa I..
rllsbraedna ...sad Krr..aisJ52.S before and everything marketabl fit *
ail tor the Kuanlaim brmiwe my papa washon ,I I T. M. SHACKLEFORD County Treasurer

"'-,iss....ABar-DsMiii...y-J. D. aea..Or....... baa been on the go to Northern mareta. and educated lu Uvula and that I' J. a WHITFIELD. c. H. RAULER8ON. H. B. WOODALL.

.Pall.k T*l.Cir..CtrnlC-K. C.Oamn.-..-*sm..'ItIaaL i Flip It..to a lively sight to witness to his country. He and I talk about tbe I I BEN H. DOSTER.For For Justice of the Peaea Toa4k- Den eiris.

.. iay.=rna Mead.yr H.* -u. the departure of the midnight train, battlea every day and sight, and I !bop I! For Coremor ..

ew..g .. 1114 Ksday aHr aa It .to on this that most of the ex- : that Russia will win. i I N. B. BROWARD. Tax Collector W. 8. HILL.JCGRAMLINa.
......, r Gill. ,
eJDalder
DAB oomrrr OOVaT.&IIM I p rean matter to sent away. On on rrornwrVlenvr doN not I a M. BROWN. W. E. NORTON.

w e..e s/se- g. ....,... ....L evening during the past week mOnt his boy any brighter thai UM rdlnary R. W. DAVIS. R. B. McLENDON. For Jostle of thaPenc*. Tbf MaUl
.t'. ........ .... ted of his aged tries to Impress this .
neat
than l.COO by express
package were District
D. H. MATS.f W. a DEBERRT.
\
Jsia. fact upon him. The,little fellow baa i
=TT.r.-FIM to J. .. badness H. J.
Tel.-P1r*Ummmmj u Mr I*)*>y- on the traiL The no bad adrantagea t* lean which do not CHARLES PEACOCK. BURKHART.
f.f
,all Tar8-.v. MMM to Oin>ir. far exceeds that of any previous yearn com to ..et'fllor. Ua father baa told 'i For Secretary of. State T. N. GAUTIER. For ConstAbU for Second Dt tria. 1

..S. OrnCB. Al.BIVTLLB. this respect aa to be hardly eredtabl him. and be .to often warned not t. J. BROOME.H. ALLEN HENDERSON.! '.1

f .. L CIt..... ....-. *. 1', to.date It to understood make a dbtpiay of his knowledge that : C. CRAWFORD. For County Assessor of Taxes for Constable for Thru1 Dtotrtot. I.
.. .... Iea.t.r.v .
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v. -
would make his playmate feel anroofbrtaDM. -
that the business of the express offlot a r..7QRK.Far oca a BUTLER. H A. CARLISLE.
CMCBCI MBECTOBT.C I 1 T "
here to more than 115,000 ahead of any RIBERT HANONO.f' ,
CEO L. MCDONALD.C.
?.0esee *15.520 aid M -. -I defeat allowing tile boy to Imagine .
},S..pnb1.s.s.. s..... -. St.. ........' previous year. riles one could sea that there ,. anything oat of tb. Attorney General L. XQfANIES. FRANK Cot 1I1.r raC ?
I eViet: ar>M Tu.p
Mer..l 1
-.at.Caw u :.: Pi per.. eettsst..rT for hlmealf the extraordinary amount ordinary in bI.'m.bap.14 Prof.or .*- W. H. ELLIS P. METCALP. Ji

;-r TeKM..1aN: at w 1.h v.4t..w: of truck sent away one cannot comprehend Wienerand throughout his life I A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS. For Prosecuting Attorney For Constable for.Tenth District !

la-I tile magnitude of the business bar taught him rounder binwelf. In- < O. L. CHANDLER *-
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B.r..tw R..r.e5. w.t. User H. r. ATKINSON .
tt? C w ssa.rwt-rrsysr ...n.[ ... dose and the Importance of this station. ferlor rather than superior to any of! For Comptroller L M. NICHOLSON.
a.i at l:to R mi _oIa f aeb.s r "L..d I the children of Ida own age. !, JAMES T. SANDERS.
PreseklM .. U...: 5p rtb t sa..4 S O p. .-Sanford Chronicle. A. C. CROOM. *
P ROBT. It TAILOR.For .
.. prucka(at,:.p. ...c.a. rn. wi u "Tbe boy baa been remarkable In CURES COUGHS AND COLDR '

.... 'I' many tl1ln,.. When be was only eighteen '-
UL IL'JI. .'Omt ***... C sad liikf MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. month old be knew his alphabet. :' For State Tteeserer- -
w..4-.Pn. +eu.a M 11 *'_k e. ..; -., and when be three old be' W. V. KNOTT. County Judge Mr C. Peterson, (a Laka Bt. Vfpeka
....... pat a...; Ppiebfa. a& 115p aI was years
A. E. HET8ER. Kansas i
could ...rtt..ad welL It says: "Of all tM eongh
was
.. spell
':11 | JaSl Epwrts doing very
..1\ rtS **** o. like a thing \ ; .
There's nothing ,
_.whtsattli.d.cks: ,., -. -- ..e4.......: daring his third year that I ..n'I'I 1 For State Superintendent of Public InatmctioB H. B. SADNDERS. Jr. remedies Ballard's Horchonad Syronto .

air LAP.a.'MTV rw,rasterTamrrrnmra. I thoroughly. Of all the Salves you ever that be really had a desire my favorite; It baa don and oUt Odo ,

l : heard<< of. Bueklea't Arnica Salve to aid when be Ave old be all
wan years waaatnrfylnc that to claimed for It t
,
P. ..AWM B sad lOb W. H. HOLLOW, For County Superintendent of Public niil J
wM-H.rtc _,.. II .',leek'; Baaya the beat It sweeps away and ear** Latin. When be was eight b* Uy ear an coughs aid coId'II
.... M.. i Resets Prayer t*>: w4iws could rrawHi+ mt problema I. dlfferentUI W. N. 8HEATS. ;; Infraction I ito
4.,.-. Tap: Hell BsxtarM, *<*r> mm burns aorea, braises, euta holla ulcera. I wet and plaaaaat to th* ...."
!.*... sis rim mat tklr4*.....v... and Its rak-ulna. perform teats In cbemto- R. E. HAIL f25c
...... steer..*tntmt sad huts at OMM. I akin eruptions piles. try and read Intelligently Latin. French, For Commlaaloner of Agriculture- |1" JAMES c.. HARRIS. Me. |LOG botU sold by Red'
.we lliiinat.,..... L L 1'11....... RM.PsosTtrta. only SSe, sad guaranteed to give pst Cross Pharmacy.
and German. heaUea baring fair Idea R E. McUN. K. R KHfC.F' .
.. Ulil awed mm4 AVVBM A- isfartlo By all druggists.dw I ,
r vtmm 5-ry aimtev.__i l.t at II.'el.ek I of Hla Tic.When. :' :., ,
...rsriy Osda7 e..i.a sell.La. be was ire yean old I took I Hon. W. M. Holloway! ties man who u i
OW. Fa.. ...... For Railroad C.mmis.looera -
him to a publlr arhoul. but found that .r $npervw of Rerlstrntion I baa daredto ran against Oar
.. ...... ,. at ...*. I L. MORGAN.For I
.-.nAW. knell" SMWts The official records of Alachaa cagily '
a P O.'y.at ... .et' --. be ass not Burnt for any claaa there. J. ( EfRTESHAW.Xt. ", Shoats Is actively caotpclgnlng. sad

st tit m. m_were=: and of the Stat. of Florida prove lie waa either. loo advanced far sums I w. ROODB. l h. receiving the cordial suppers of

f MIAMI SOLED OF TRADB. that Mr. Holloway baa made a coaarleatioua. -I Cum or not enough advanced for anther. '' Adjntant-Ceneral ,I thaw who bellev that politics and

After euaaMenMe tntorlng on J. C: R. FOSTER.
diligent competent andmcceosful 1 For County ('ommis.l.eerFlrst schools. should be divorced, sad that ;
............ WBUoss M. Brow school superintendent my part I hare him educated new .*! ALLEN THOMAS.For : merit rather than
Pin. Ykis-PrssHsaC T. T. Moor*. be will be Itted for high acbool .. .District a political pull

......L Vk rrsMat. J. B. Lamm Sheets states that h* to !Incompetent another' year although b. to atndylag I State Cbemlat F. C. AICHER.M. should be rouddffttfuae... I'

-. [..star,. L V.Tsasr. BlMfiLt Which are the voters of old Putnamto matter now that to conahlered ad vane* It. JOHNS interests are Inrotvwt ,.....

,... B. B. Tsar bellev*-the official records or tile work for Harrard. lie to too young 0.5.0065.For ,I '

........ mt O* er srs- W. M. Brwa. mere wild assertions of a politician? too much of n .Ikl-t.* gn u college. !I A THOUGHTFUL MAN.I .

l t T V. htosra. i. B. ........ A. B. Hey It will tek more than the mudslinging Within n few week I wW kand him j Presidential ;Electors-- For Comity Comniiw.wirr-SeronJ -
J. B. B tqr. F. W. ...... W. W. ,, I I I.
out to farm where be will and H. B. BAILET. JI rf.-
a romp
of Mr. Bam to make the people I 3.!. 31.. Austin, or 'l lnc1eter. tidy
rr..i. John Srw.1LhTANDINO play with other children until filL His T. A. JENNINGS.J. CEO W. LAINHART. .. 4
oolunTTEJL: loa sight of that 25 per cent contract knew what 104.1. tae hour of ......
weak that It b ,
eye are M wreuryfor 1 I ,
a C KOONCEA. E. H. DIM1CK.
LAWS-AnM.. R : Fattonoo. B. C.: which he entered Into with the
H. him towear (lame* and I do not His wife had such aa unusual ease of.
_. M. ; B. NEWTON.
T. _
.......e Jams : railroad corporation while decrying
Intend t. allow hint t. overwork or
........,. O. A.iIR1LOLlDDrr.. r. B. STONEMAN. stomach and liver troubla. payntoiaaa
B. M.: Baekua. F.W corporations. Inconsistency to a poor train him eye.a. any .........Dt. 'Ue baa For County Commissioner- Third
could not "I'M. Ha
I thought atend
Itaha r. W.: Bos*. C J-; FToifck.RBAL.TH policy to pursue, aa the Jacksonville somewhat of a nntured expremion. IMrtrlet
; For Delemtea. at Lerge. National Conventlou tried Dr. Kuft New Lit PUta
.15. aspirant will find out on the night of but be Is mature only In rotannlng.PerMioally + R. E. MCDONALD.

AND BAKITART-Ineks. May 10. I aee nothing out of the orj 1 j T. A. WIN 1ELD. I, and she got relief at aac sad waaBnally

5 K. Jr.; fv*.*. W. W.; Bnto*. OOrauMiama dtnary I. Situ any more than that lie T. J. APPLETARD.W. cored. Only J5: at all mg-

......; B. B.: Kle* H. M.RIVERS .. FOR BURNS.Dr. I to ataolIt_ baa a very retentive. mem1 1 J. HILLMAN. I"IItala
DANDY
AND HABBi 1laarJ**. ", '.Dd has acquired a taste fc>r CLACDE LENGLE. For County t osmissioner-Fourth

Oaf. H.; Rwmp11 Bawara C: ''ht_ !. "' i lag op such work'aa I am I....Pk-k'j A. P. JORDAN.' iHatilctJOHN the rural districts It to found thai .d.Ir-

,. ml. V.* 4hvMJMaSll KitAlK.legLDa Bergla. Elgin. Ill. writes: 1 1.." .
nxiomtUt i 8EWELL. Frank Clark to the favorite
AND Jon 8. BEARD. easily IB
have used BaJlard'a s.ow Liniment; Korbert baa a little !brother and ato-
.IL 1A ar. C. D.: LawmctaR. T. E. BRYAN A. LEE! ALLEN.For the congressional .... .
p.dyt. W. McO. '. *. A. always recommended It to my friend tee but they take; Bltle Intareat laatndy. His hold
Wm.
4 cluamat..: arwta.: T.| Chestn aa I am eoafldant there to BO better' T1arJ..e........ and play W. J. BaT AN. stand la oppoatttoa to the treats aadInfavorlng '

.... : T**** B. a; o..tue. T. mad It to a dandy for ..,...' Those whh him. and they are proud mt him. C. A. CARSON, County Commlaaloner Fifth Federal aid for good ......
but mod p5. and marMea-appml m*ttolhem
15.: XIms.1MS. C.LLGIsICVLTVRLLekt.a. who live on farm are especially Ham I CLEON A. STEPHENS. District duty on Egyptian cotton and ..
.. B. T.: than cheuttolry teats and math- I. ...

--. r L: Tara ,. H.: OrW... A. to many accidental eat, bums, brulaa _11.-.. I 8. A. BELCHER. .' rural man delivery .,....,*
For Delegatea National ConrMtlo
heal when BalterO E. G TWEEDELL..
which rapidly
II i DenIo I. LPUSLJC I. baa met with the hearty endorsement
BOTLPmOS-..-8I'. J W.; Snow Liniment to applied. It should ........ by Sleep.i14.. Berond Coagraaaloaal DtotrtetD. 1 1I 1I I,of the country folk. ,

C.I 11.511. B.J Mall Sheeting geese by eln-trlr luht baa U GACLDEN. I
....- H always be kept IB th* how for case For ard of Public InatrocUonFlrst
Membenij
Jim; ...... K. T. bottla. been a pntmtar form.f aiuacenienl at D. N. BATCHELOR ,
"t mergeney.-. SOe.,11.50 I A GREAT SFNSATfON.There .
Okw CjOsta4 Dlatrlct.
-.urorACTUaZS-rrt.aan. Paris lately aaya the Kaavu lltyJournal. T. 8. ANDERSON, 1
Y.: J. A.: RWta* B. For sal by Red Crosa pharmacy. W. L. WIDEMETER.ELI -
d iii' T Ahuut a mull agi veveral
l J. E. T. BOWDEN.Membera .
W I BsaBy J. By .1. were killed with the ski mt this kind 1 SIMS. was a big __UCla IB LaaavlUa. -

s BATfOMAL-BirTdtoa.. W. M.; i et light The other night a Mr ......" ) For Members Board of Public Instruction lad, when W. H. Brown of that
11.1. .K. W.: 0..... B.. *< A.s I Tbe campaign for Congress down Fur Large State O tamlt- I
Lae.iby.. '. 0.; .... lying north wa attracted and liewllVred at Second District I: place who was expected to die had
IalS.. A. la the Silt district to eilriUng much by tile et..ctric llgtal and I.fanjring i tre- '
his life
saved Dr. New
by Klag1 Dto-
A- J.IHMlOBATKWBlaekman.. E. W. J. PARRISH.For .
KNk.
>.*>c.: .
the State. Spark tuck and forth .... the town. |
B. T.HMM. I Interest throughout (Vote for Thirteen.) eovery for Consumption Km write.:
Members Board of Public Instruction.
J. BV. Influential Meads working Brforv the .HM anally gut started on
aU: Tlt5.K. J. H- Derm. van has R. B. GARNETT.
F. Third District "I endured Insufferabto ....... rr-
...?. J_ W. I In his behalf, but Just now It appears I t their Journey again two men ha 5STAINMENT..RMdes R. w.: ems apiece and another bad killed two !! W. M. Bl-RDINE. your Discovery goreme
.. If Mr. MrNamec'a Indomitable! energy CEO. L. BAKUa
H. B.my. Immediate relief and soon thereafter
C. ;
Oanhal*
........ H. C: will than
J. B.: ....... ...... sad eloquence more I.'..' !.MoJlM. I* *...*._ N. MATHES. I effected a complete cure." Similar ..
1. a. Rte.a.d. ..- overcome i all obstacles. To sav the For County Member State Commltte- ''
ADV5ttlfi 40-1M.a : TW orbotora of a little village near D. U. FLETCHER cor** of consumption pneumonm.brrnehltto .

P. s: ___ L Tai Blseta least thing look. good" fur Bob. La onrlere.ln Belgium, hare refnaed : N. A." BUTCH. E. N. DIMICK. aid grip are Bumerona.If .

..r. i ,. learn the Belgian national anthem. F. B. STONEMAN.For .
i K. B. RACLERSON.W. the peerless remedy for an throat
s1W t D JIlt ....f, ltlmbsrlISaaSRT Judging from hla excellent addrea the -8ntbe_...- aaya tile LondovjE J i M. MILTON JR. ', sad rang trouble Price loc and ....*.
aD faDoon: annoondag to Ibe arnaolmaa-
b an 'r. i delivered IB Pahuka Mr. Taltoferr preaa. ; J. M. LAMAR Fish and Cam Warden I' Guaraatmd by all druggtota. Trial
i I. K.
11' L JaekloS. Ire that they were an anrtoltata. I
,1 fm A>.>4. 11' LL E I\. .L I. I I" a speaker a* well .. a worker. 1- I H. L. DODD. E. A. GRAHAM. hottl tree .




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I a certificate of exemption t
![ cute aesDUeiibjMt.. to the action ., tae ,
OffiCIAL CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION .
s years.PAYMENT DetnoeraUo y. Primary eloctloei May
I I ,
OF POLL TAXES. ML IMC The meeting was called' to order by a

professions ___ I In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. S. FREDERICK.FOR 'Chairman. Flier ta the city hall Miae1 j

I. primary election on May 10th or June Fla.. at 2 p. m.. April It. 1904.
Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May 1
|Ii I ? TAX The
1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 COIXECTOR. following members were Broooatla

10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County. must be paid on or before t o'clock P. I hereby announce myself a calldI-1 person or by proxy: Messrs. ...... 4 1

i I U. Friday April 29. 1904 (ten days before date for the office of tax Jones Potter. Lyman. King Bull i

I the first primary election). Dade County subject to the action of flier Burteshaw. and Kirkman. -.1)

P.ttera: des Ere: :ss.ug. I A meeting of the County Democratic law; and shall at once forward the : the coming Democratic primary Upon motion Mr. Bun was elected _

Executive Committee for Dade county. 1 returns to the Chairman of the County dw T. N. OAtrnER.I acting secretary.

ATTORNEYS AT L Florida, was held at Miami Florida. Executive Committee. j I NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. I I ; i Th minute of tile last meeting were; 1
W'I, Notice Is
Will f 'I'SMLa all-....Statt sad 00 the lltli day of April A. D. 1904. I The assessment to be pab1 the hereby given that the Registration FOR STATES ATTORNEY.I I I 1 read and approved.The ,
Books of Dade for
County
.
Ip.eutt.etUtlwfs.ss.Wstasd 1 ursuant to adjournment.The various candidates shall be as follows: hereby respectfully announce my call for primary wa. amad jII

Ua ?In... following amended call for a I Representative ....... ........ flS 00'' the primary election to be held May 10. self as a candidate for the office of I as follows: 'l

p aioxBr. Mtaml. Fin.n I primary election was adopted to-wlt: Senator .... ........ .......J.. IS 00 1904. win be opened In the several State's Attorney of the Seventh Judicial ,, See official call on third page 'J,

T. 81AQ08. K. D.. Notice It hereby given that there Sheriff ,...... .............+( 35 00 election! districts of Dade county. Florida Circuit subject to the vote of A motion was mad by Mr. KlrUua

I .111 be a Democratic Primary Eeleo- I Clerk of the Circuit Court...... MOO on th4 29th day of March A. D. the Democratic primary. to nominal county commissionr

E 0...V..*..wk.. Nta....tree CTOM rhwucr.FLORIDA. I Ie. lion> held In the several election dls- Tax Assessor ................... 2000' 1904. and wUI be closed on the 2Cth dw CECIL 0. BUTT. and members of the school board by

/ ......a" C tricU of Dade county Florida on May Tax Collector ................. 25 06 ; day of April. A. D. 1904. districts. Same was defeated by a ]

MIAMI I l ith. 1904 and If necessary on June County Treasurer ............. 20 00 Tho following persons are hereby FOR COUNTY SCHOOL .VPERINTil.- vote of I to S. .;1A 1-

r 7th. 1904 for the nomination at all County Judge .............*. 1100 II appointed .I"tMif f. *ir.tk>n Urcr DINT. commanlcaUon from a meeting of

t JJB. J. X. JACISOB, Jf, Democratic candidate State and county County Attorney: .............. 10 00 .,* tl.. rave U f.'*!<.& district lo- I hereby upertbtoBdest aanouee of. yortf PebUe a laotnctlonof -...datefar candidates held in Miami May 10 19M.as 1

to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction : wit Dade County subject to tke wffl alb read and discussed by various candidates i

OPTICS: electon at the General Election to beheld ...... ........... I 00I Number One Stuart-W. G. Parks. voters M amy be iipna.il at tk* before the committee. Finally

: HOTKL. BISCAY BLOCK, A va. D. November 8th. 1904. and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... I 004 I I Number Two. Jupiter-R. E. L. MeFarland approaohlag'. D.aerads primary l.rtlno. the following inspectors clerks and -.

KU I FLORIDA. iI i iI by the Democratic Governor Supervisor of Registration.... I 00 41.. L s Miami MALL Fin. I polling places were decided spas forth 3

I of the State between the date of holding i Members of County School B'Td., 1 00 I Number Three West Palm Beach following precincts.No. ;

DR w. B. RUSH. inch primary election and the holding Justices of the Pence......... 100 E. H-Dtalck. Fort TAX ASSESSOR.I I Inspectors.., Geo. u,, -ena.
I \ A. D. 1904. Ernest Stypman.. )(. Ennui clay .
'Phone M.f of the primary election Constable ..................... 1 00 Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) hereby announce myself as a 4
Office ttt-Wh street, and of Democratic. candidate for Cuflei Pence.Nnmbet H. W. Hessey; polling place store tt
,- _. HKk Street and Avenue County Fish and Game Warden 1 00 I CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of
a.'FboDe T/-3R. United States Senator to be voted for All candidates' are required to file a :| Five o.lnJ'-H. J. Sterling. Dad County subject to the action of Miss Walter Hitching.. i
t |ttAI< FLA. by the Democratic members of the Leg- No. Inspectors. E. Edward: J. a _
< < Number Six. Pompano-Z. Cavender.Numker .
written application to have his name the Democratic primary.d .
l Islature of the State o Florida at itssession War Henry Brooker; clerk. E. & Mile
Seven Fort Lauderdale-W. ,
appear upon the official ballot on C. L. XIMANIES. i
I I r. w. BACG. U A. D. 1905. ler; polling place school Icons ,
XT=ew blanks furnished by the Committee !I 1)(. ManhaU. .
.A and Detail Made | The following officers are to be nominated I accompanied with the fees above set i iI Number Eight Ojus-J. W. I... FOR STATE- I iI No. J.-I..pedora. H. U HUBer. U f J
SENATOR
,, Plans SpeelBcation at said primary elect1OD. to-wlt: I W. Bnrkhardt. N. H. Butch; clerk J -
+ for Bindings of AU Kinds Fine ;1 forth with S. L. Patterson Secretaryof i I Number Nine Lemon City-Warren ,
candidate
hereby announce myself as a -
Residence a Specialty.OrncK 1 United States Senator. the County Democratic Executive Mitchell W. Comstock: polling place era 1; c
.: In Congress. Second for State Senator fro* the Th1r&i.i.Lt'v '- b_
1315. ATEXCE D. | 1 Representative II Committee on or before the list day i Number Ten. Miami-C. D. IXTIw ,
I: I Congressional District. I Senatorial UUikt of FlurUa, No. Inspectors.. W. IL Co.. C. A.
of X D. 1904.
April Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove
t subject to the win of the DemocraUe
1 Justice of the Supreme Court; for the 1904. Mail Jest Dnughtry; clerk CaHem '
This April llth.
I nft.K.K.CElTZX, fall term of sU >ew*. W. A. Flier I A. T. Carter. party to be expressed at the primary Pence; polling place school hone

3 Justices of the Supreme Court. Number Twelve CuUer-D.CBrown. elecUon. May. 10. h Ad. No. Inspectors J. E. 0.L ..---.

t DENTIST. : 1 Governor. Attest: Chairman. !I Number Thirteen Silver Palm-C. F. M HUDSON. B. Taylor T. M. MeRae;. deb. H. c
George P. Bull.Secretary .
--a .. s.ntataa.ens.. 1 Secretary of State. W. HILL Totals. Fla. P. Hodges; polling place. school house .
= B 4 ISU uUs.n.MIAMI. pro tem.
a I Number Fourteen Dee:1l'll4-O. W. '
No. Inspectors.. Z. Cana... Ja .
*
1 AttorneyGeneral.I
FLOIRDA. QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS.
l Sullivan. Cmstead, a F. Saxon; dart W. BL
: FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNEY.
Comptroller.
First PrloUry-Tuesday. May 10,
This March 13. 1904. easel: polling place. Hardest! .....
1 Treasurer. 1904. I hereby announce myself a* : candidate
Seekers t I IAtteatioa. A. T. CARTER No. Inspeeton.. a A. Bryan W.L. J
Home 1 Superintendent of Public Instruction. Second Primary-Tuesday. Jun 7. I for the offic of Prosecuting Attorney -
Snpervtnr Dad Co Fla .
I 1904. _RaglatraUea. for Dad. county subject to the Brackweil. D. OTfeai; clerk Frank
Btmnahaa
pollisg place. Strnnaknonsew
;
Yon win find it to your interest 1 Commissioner of Agriculture. General Election-Tuesday November I. e'I approaching Democrat primary election. balL r

:,, Famished to call on bxmse me before and investing- 1 1 Railroad Adjutant-General.Commissioner. 8. 1904. ''I CANDIDATES' FOR OFFICE. Ie \ Miami. Fig H. F. ATKINSON. No. Inspectors.. H. PadgoU. X. f. i4

Real bargains in real sates The registration books for the primary : N."... J. W. Ives; clerk, a Cotkresu p.. .
rent -
1 State ChemlsC e t
aDd Insurance taxe election will be opened ta each polling place school 11_
ity country. OF THE PEACE.I I
FOR JUSTICE
Seventh
1 Judge of the Circuit Court
collections etc.. attented to. I election district ta this county on Aanmsirewiente win be Ineerted ta the No. Inspectors.. J. 8. PardM. A.W.Cromartl .
antbonxin Judicial Circuit. Deny u4 weekly Metracolle for tM delIan.
have a special license March 21. UOt, and will be kept open *. J. & Peters: clerk J. aPendleton
ta elUMr edltlea far nve doDan.
r nil kind legal transfers State Attorney Severtt Judicial er hereby announce myself as n candidate I
as to prepare estate Low fee. every day Sundays ex. epted. until the Candles for County 0--'. RIft' for Justice of the Peace ta DIs- ; polling place. school ho***.

01 real Circuit 2Cth day of April M04. at which Urn sad _.... ., the school board win be strict No. 10. and respectfully ask the i, No. Inspectors.. U.J.. Osborm. J.

f.Prompt attention.C.. CARROLl-: 1 Prosecuting Attorney.Thirteenth Senatorial they weal be closed. : I eanrg.dbatf annoMMMMat thin tasseled asMraaie.Me until. paid support of the voters ta said district '' M. Bnrdine, Frank Jaadon; dark hf. aKellam
1 State Senator.
Public. ; polling pine, IaaH.I S
[ Notary I The registration books win not be d. William 8. HilL city
704 ATK. D. Jlua IJ'OIIJ' u. District. I reopened for' the second primary election. I > No. Inspectors.. Jackson Pea- '
r 1 Member of the House of RepressaLatins. ';1 John *
cock MeKlnsi. J. W.
\ Ganoway
I WOK COUNTY TRKAfCREK.Te andidat' ;
R81iabloy AU persons may register who we I clerk Fletcher Albury; polling place ki
.... 1 County Judge. : Old Hardee honan.
GnoIodc. citizens filr the DeoMeratie Vets of Dade Oeusrty.
whether! the JlaYe pal Peace in this the 10th district As II
1 Sheriff. : No. Inspectors. W. A. .
J.'Geo
nortda Cooper.
W.CMAYNARD. poll taxes or not: pat they cannot vote am now serving ta this capacity I i I'
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1 I h.teby aacevaee myself a eendMete SUaehonser. W. J. Dougherty
.1* D,Sort U fooMJata Taxes. soles their poll taxes which may be for re-electloe te the office ef Treasurer would appreciate an endorsement In ;
f IBtitf 1 County Assessor of legally due are paler a.-UI. MMV ..I a.n. o..s. ...,...- tde accordance with the Democratic principles -' clerk. Gees W. Moodie* ; polling place -
Discs leoiWl 1 Tax Collector. 'Brown A Moodle's "anIa .
win of a Majority of the n.ae"oCna. i e .
Itt law. of returning yr a second terman
II. pats, Jrtetej. 1 County Superintendent of Public In- a* *in be ttfrmtit m tke Deesocratfe No. Inspectors.. Henry c-... ' POLL OR CAPITATION TAX incumbent! who has satisfactorilyfilled
struction.. I prtaury May ML UN. Ernest Mail Will Anderson; beet C.
Payment of poll taxes for 190 and C. H- MAUI. HaX)!*. the office
1 Surveyor. W. Hill; potting place school how
L. MCDONALD 1903 Is a preroqult to voting at all I dw Miami. Fla. d John C Cramling.
F GEO. 1 County Treasurer. I No. 14 Inspector J. W. Saxon. w. f

Ori bluer f County Commissioners.S elections this' rear.EXEMPTIONS.. FOR STATE SENATE. E. Blaaton. W. IL Slstrunk:; alert J.
II:. METIER.CauHdato: ?
Sar rta, ..4 ..WI....+et Laa* a .psc+atty Members of the County Board of for I hereby announce my eaaddacy for C. Holly; polling place school horn

t: cOcOANUT OBOVK. FLA. i Public Instruction. The following conditions exempt I dw County Judge. ,I j I I State Senator from the Thirteenth : It was moved and carried that nsmt

; 1 Justice of the Peace ta and for Districts persons from the payment of caPitaUoII I Senatorial District of Florida subject I II of candidates for members of tile _.- _j

No*. '1. !,'3. 4. 8. 1,7,8. f. or poll taxes: j FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. to the will of the Democrats of Brevsrd '' ty executive committee be placed on. '

J.. A. DANN. 10. 11. 12 and IX First-Any one who has lost a limb i ita The many friends and supporters of I and Dadecouatlea to be expressed at j I'the retralMballot.. fi '

fcej : an..dbfa.rta ,, 1 Constable In and for Districts Nos. bettle. the prevent members of the Board of the primary election Mar 10th. 1904.i i: It was also moved and carried that
fi arn.a '
e.lrar
41' I r' J 1, 8. 2. 4. i. 8. T. .. 1. 10. 11. 12 Second-Any one wao was BS years )County Commissioners for Dad i )(. Seabrook Sams.Conrtenay candidates for ,game warden b* ptaeedoo"

FN c.r ..- pt al.ae M.r and U.S of age on or before December 31. 1901. county ban prevailed upon them to I Brevard Co. Fla. the regular ballot and the eaadi-

or .Mel ; Presidential Electors. Third-Any one becoming of age (21'your ktaad for re-election, and hereby pro- dates for said office be assessed ILO*.

t edtt tt ttMil. 4 Delegates at Large to National Con old) on or after January 1. 1903. I seat their name, u follows: F. CAlcher. FOR NATIONAL. DELEGATE. Mr. Johns, of Precinct No. 1 handeO

Fourth who had become In his resignation as a member of tk*
j vention. -Any one a George W. Lalnhart. R. E
I I am a candidate for the position of
uom 2 District Delegates. resident of thin Stats and county .laI :McDonald John Sewell and L. A. committee and the same was accepted.A .
:
I delegate 4o the National Democratic
Oa 13 Members at Large of State Commit-I I i or after January 1. 1101.JII'OPft'I7 Belcher to the voters at the Democratic s.e.1 uotloo was made and carried that
sswaa4aARE I
... ..1 r.....Js Convention at St Louis, Mo., for Inspectors and clerks be paid $2.M
t'tto I I tee. If registered My of the I primary of May 10. 1904. ond Congressional 'District I am permitted i: day. Pt

:' County, Member of Stat Committee. above can vote at all electloo;.State I to refer to tile entire Democracyof The next .
GOING meeting of the eomaWtte
YOU 1 1 Member National CommIttee.I and county, held this year, without FOR SHERIFFS t' Orange county regarding my standIng -
was called for April 21, 1904.(
West ? I 1 Supervisor of Registration. peeing any poll or capitation tax. ; North or re the Bemorratto voter ef Dade Ooua- no further business a
1 County Fish and Game Warden. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS I; Ty. Ftorlda: enough to have your aid ta motion was made. lid carried to adjourn.

1 Member' of Dade County Democratic Persons under the following eondltions I, I r-ro.y aaaouMe myself a oapdldatetor Dade county at the election I shall : .

LonifiYille &Nashville Executive Committee ta and for win be liable for one poll tax ,I reokxtiaei to the sacs ., abort el greatly appreciate It. and ran assure : GEO. P. Bt1L :

-h- Prectacu N3. 12. 3. 4. a, .. 7. .. only for 1902 or 1903. as the case maybe Dado Coaty. Florida, object to the you Orange county Democrats win also : Secretary Pro
wID ef tke Majority ., UM Osnocrstieeetss
Railroad 1. 10. 11. IX 1*. and It : appreciate It.
i as win b.ser.d !. the fl. .
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Often excelled pas.enae serulee. The rule governing sold primary I' Any one who became (5 years old acrmtie primary-.e be hold May M. 1M4. Very truly yours I BALLARD HOREHOUND 1't

Modern train currying PnllmM election shall be the same M those I during 1902 wfll be required to, pay tl dw JOHN FROHOCK. D. N. Bachelor. Imeedlately relieve"* hoars*,

f alrpeTSlup-to-dt. coaches; free re- adopted: by the Democratic Executive for account of poll tax for that year. Winter Park. Fla. cough, oppressed. rattling rag

eJlalac chair ears, Md dining ears Committee at their meeting held ta Any one who may become of age (21 I I I hereby announce myself as a candidate : FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN.I and difficult breathing. Henry C.

between northern and southern cities. : Jacksonville on January 32d. 1904. for yean old) at any Urn during 1902 for Sheriff of Dade county I I, Stearns druggist ShuIUbnrg. Win..

Tk lne dinlnit ear service ta the, governing State primaries so* far asU.e win be required to pay f 1 for poll tax Florida, at the next Democratic primary hereby announce myself a candidate writs. :May :20. 1901: "I have boon

Mouth.AJlAfats8. icbta TinL.&N. : same will be applicable to UkeeoaDtJ' for the year 1903. lad uk for the votes of my for the poslion of Fish and Game ,; selling BalUud's Horehonnd Syrup forI

.ll Tarooia primary. Those and only thosepersons I I Any one becoming: a resident of this fellow Democrats sad those who will Warden of Dade county, subject to the i I two years and bay. never bad a peep

shall be permitted to become I State and county during 1902 will be' be qnalfled to becotte: voters at that action of the Democratic peaty primary j' araU-m that has given better sattafn- .

candidate before, or vote at or par primary. I promise, If elected to faithfully i election May 1A. 1904.Edward Uon. I notice that when I tell a kettle
t UabU for the poll tax for 1943.
and sleeplsg car I
E for rates ocbedules, themaaagement of said primary they come beck for
W ti :Ipate ta pert mn the many duties of this I : X Graham. more. I CM honestly
apply ARE LIABLE
roeervstiofis WHO TO POLL TAX.
election who declare their ad- 'I ; recommend It" 2Se, Mo, n.....

J. M. Fleming. I brrenc to tile principles and organisstion AH male Inhabitants who are nyears responsible 011I... FOR CONSTABLE. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. .
...
fa. .. .
!, ''t cf and under U
w_ ; of tile Democratic party : age wen years I 1 dw
............."L NI-I of age December fl, U01. : J. M. WILLIAMS -
I State and county, who are
thral. I
Palm Beach. Fla. hereby announce myself as a candidate -
the taws of the Stat lawful electors i I I Any one becoming a resident of this for the office of Constable la I When a woman admits that bee

election districts ta which they State and county prior to January 1. FOB child ha a disposition Hk.
TITARplYireWrte ( of tile |j' CLERIC CIRCUIT COURT. district No. 10 promising If elected to I, Its fsthir.
oCer to vote, who have paid their poll 1902. will be required to pay poll tax !: I hortey aaaovaee myself .. a iseil_ faithfully discharge the duties of said thin Is M admission on her part that
tsA. .- Se...... taxes legally due not lea than ten1days j I' for i902 aad 1903. I data for the .... of dork ef the Oreo office subject to Democratic I I, the child Is .ot perfect.A .
Coort ef Dade Oewaty. eub>Mt s* primary
before said primary election and I Iw'io If they become s resident after
J&II-I tile actloa of the DeoMeratie primary. May 10.
BO -YEARS' shall when challenged by M eIeoI 4 nary 1. 1903. and before & dw E. L. WHTTB.J d L M. Nicholson. man who has never Mood solar

EXPERIENCE I tor. pledge IA writing: upon oath before 1; 1903. they yffl be required .' pay poll ..- L Jet I a bar and build railroad. os**>t

I any Inspector to abide by and tax for 1903 only. 'know what sodden wealth ...

14 support the result cf such primary, and Any ODe reaching their majority (21 t. take this .n-tlMd to inform the sobs HEALTH w TOOTH.
of Dade : that I wit
"winty ko a eaadfclateoriMleotto FOR
l.u pport the nomiase thereof years) on or after January 1. 1903. will I to the offiroofCIorkof Disease and Sickness ,Brine Old Aa-

Th* poll shall be opened and closed be subject: to payment of poll tax for : the dratt Court Subplot to tile adios: I UNITED STATES SENATOR I -

TRAM MAsas I.t tie several election districts at the 1903. j of tke Ptoioerade prteartoa. Mar >* Heroine taken every morning before

Dc.... h..*rs fixed "'tile general election law. I, la all eases of exemption of a voter amealota*. tt ...... to sortonsi the .adM .
Lca.5M.a..ntn..r ., the ..... m tke fetur. M ta the VOTE FOR breakfast will keep yon to .....
...... 'I T).. following named persons are hereby from payment of poll taxes, be mast I
.
t tae ,
pant. best mr akOtty. f wUIbo : health fit you to ward oT Minn it
-.3.. y;. __...._ appointed Inspectors and Clerk for ,I secure of the supervisor of registration aratofal te tkooe wke win favor oe :
'I' 1 JAMES P. TAUAFERRO
X"TMM-- ib..t ttSS tiilil'Mtsrinsriy ,,' ,I U.* seven: election districts: a certificate setting forth the fact that with tkn r vM a. cure constipation, bUHo*)**)*** .j .
i pep e. fever akin and
4Y E. Co DEARBOR2L liver and klV
*. .-----IM (I (See report of committee meeting onlrpage. such voter is exempt U the certificate WHOM NAME It COMMONLY PRONOUNCED '
*' My complaints. It purifies tk* .....
1
Scknttnc }1t erkan. exempts the voter from payment of '
: ) I IUOJ I hereby aasuaee siroolf a eaadUalefor AS IF IT WAS and clears the eomptexlom., Mrs Ck

..+ ... ... .i I IT The voting shall b* by ballot onthketa < poll taxes for both.Jean (1903 and the omoe ., Clerk ef tae dreett W. Smith Whitney Texas write Apt
_rt'"r__ era M. ). tt properly registered, he CM Coot for Dade Gouty subject t* tile
famished by the State Md I. 2101 "I have used Herblne. nn4 .
fl NfLeo{ R :, -. them vote upon presenting to the Inspectors rpraachtB Doio eratte primary oloetto W i ,
: i It th* beat medicine for
I County Executive: Committee: and at : such ccrttnenro of exemption.If eomtipago. .
<* I. T. MERWTT. IIToiiYfR. and liver troubles. It win do sfl yea'
tile close of such election, the Inspectors the voter to subject to only eve
Boona TMa. Flo j I claim for it I CM highly reeonuMM #
[ and Clerk shan proceed to CMVMItt poll tax either for 1903 or 1903. the LMe a botU. Bold by Rod Car

rote ta nccordane with tk* State/ .sax*. rate win apply as to securing I aaeeay ausr..rf es a -- Pkarmeepi .

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HON JOHN C. JONES TO TilE DEMOCRATIC

DAILY WHERE EDITOR STONEMAN WAS WELLKNOWN.Sinif VOTERS.To .

my friends and fellow-citizens of I DO NOT AIL TO see .
MIAMI MTROPOft
--- -- the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida


.....,..... .....-fs- '" .-.e:,-. 5.....' the editor of the Miami flee >rd baa Instituted such a fight on th> : I WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE
,
--.- As the campaign In rapidly drawtnc
,
L L J4nAl. I Ifkarti .ouiity. immliuiioners and other good men and true Democrats in Dade I to an end I address this letter to you.
y t. IIIIIU'\\iIOl\' 4 sh">..Id know something about b.t roanutr .
i
--- county It is but fair that the people \t the very close of my former ram- 314 -12tk Street.

.a >. .MB ,...,e.aw4a.n., of man he Is politically alltll in r.x>, hundred of postal cards.
-- rman of the Socialist Convention. I
An Mated before he was the Cn
1I1..I.P'\er turner In
in
.- I. tae Pewomo at my name, ( typewrite
...eenad..... ...... held in ksonvllle In 19 >0. On acco >"t of his politics he was never able ..nt to tb.ut.... of the circuit

r.- .-_ -_- Yen-W- -u-.-pa&.t ssutsawtae I I l<> Ret: any business following In Orlan >". to peak of, this statement being declaring I had m Undrawn from '
I.Falsely
..!. !... nltk* tatted __ .t tht periled br one of his own which may '... rend on the finrt page of this paper .-. for State They
a..ta.rw ..n... ......al. Attorney
\rvtcrday mere mailed principally to precincts
t'a'--'la..notift.1tJ. era's pet Us. and to his poll"" also| read the following three sepa- .1'.I.
In further proof as
...11.-'._1"-- ( hat lieen unable to viitit and so timed
editorials from the Orlando Star:
i .IS'; 11i'1 rate w to reach the voter on the morning
;eTf'&J'
Maii.-
On by The. Orlando Dally Record appeared for the It time Saturday, the
Sis Month. . . I oil
Tbree Month . . . 1 :1:; Tth and the proprietors are pulling has been rented for the purpo* : In many affidavit from voter weeelvwl Kinder
bulldln
bere Lou Crates.
One Week.- -by-CarrIer.- -, . ,-.. ,J-(1 I thffr: m farewell anew at announcement Miami a they caDnut forbear giving just one Ikk. this their- votes l these mere cards diverted and by from these myse cards. I ... :

-Till Miami PristlsftAdverticing !: Com1)uJ. time amtuct the merchants of Orlando for Insufficient support but ereryoaernhes 1 am convinced. however that tIRena i
: Chase & I lame :Miami
them aell In their new lI..rd.and if they resolve to turn over a new ) .
: rate, made known or I i I not the art of my former oppo-
app'icatlon.TELEPHONE. '..at ami tote fair with the Miami folks doubtless they will do a* well .. the.0111 I..t, lu this .It: the 'suit of the' f Sell--= =::=TISLlnclear
ha I not foolishly turned their hand
Orlando If they
1 baI..n. H
M-SR < I .. was .hantePt. his factwell ;.
OFFICE: METROPOLIS Bl'ILDISG T--I.: pat those who would he been their friend known I.tit Iif'rhapt rot geneally : 3 : Lou Cratea _

4:1: and 414 Twelfth Strict -- I )known throughout II clnuit1herPfure ; \ all over Dade County. _

:: Opposite Court Hou,e The- runny l..>n<>' of the Record iJntly !lays at the bae of its brain I deem It proper 10 call tb.. I e s hai' 4 S+I4+a-..tC C* .*HM...d... . .t. .. .. .
... for the convu'ive reply to the editorial hi lactveek
KHiKiMe
.cud) a'onr! IK r | amp to nor att"nllon I
DISTANCES.To : .
COMPARATIVE
s Star. I 1 .AM IV TUB H \f'E roil YOI'R ................... .. ... ..
Y-0.. Pn i. In opposl ...a' to that xrlalUtic' ht agree to.a + e .....NN..... ......
...... frn *.. \\ h->n tlKt o paper itT \TE ATTORNEY TO.THE FIN-
l.ail* M.Mnl p. -I .: _In filth "- "lI.kn..a!! luvthods _'.' Ilu1>lldty. they are met with the'tr.
I:tli.et
*.I... C'I.. M > i h' Viand '.rillmnt thatch so ewhat male 'Oh. you are funnj'!' i to rte, .,r or retort to the con- i Epicurean Restaurant !

1..1 'I lauch I'oes 1 I.t alter faoUor Lin.t: lb. Democrats of Orange .
& went. .. I BIt a :
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.f el I.- ,' Ink friends
ran w u i to 2
ew my
ti 1'
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gulf in sbcvps clothiti"'The
Y." t,.1 Ifaaa. ...:Mu flu exiuent truth that it is a veritable I : 305'l2>b St.
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a.a.r._. d. r'a ,'. ...t ... :. -- "> on their per-onal mr1 salnst' reetition +
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c. H.Ttvi : yttt rarararroi : '> of "nth fraud I and like at- = :
I.UWimlwu. Kei-onl It ft Orlando a short while ago for Miami and I the entral i : Continuous Service from 6 o'clock a.m. until 10 .
m
.' ....c. U<. etc r theMO '"mr'. to defeat the peoples wl'lMl 'I p. J .
CICBroM. '!. 'mlrr'..-Ion bat, been sine. their depart ire that they -mere purchased! ly I that I ask N n flir .togl and I i ........ .................. ..N..........> .........* k-'
c.... as A" 'woi r; BUI s. ; ki.m, int..rfht and mould conduct tl'emwlvea accordingly in the Verytr.r I
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<>s rasa ee that mr frienda! mill take care of
..J!_.<.110...-.. T4 bold of the Hauler; interests Bad Judging from their t'dllorals: smi"th I I J if. J. I'C'K B. )(. BAII.X
f'a *wt .. my interest until the poll* are cloned
rron.
nark not mlM ed very far. From what we knowof ; .
j, >- aa should isiixiiler on :Ma Il'fh. I""t> If thU l is done mnaiorltc I PeeK 8
the Flatl.rit.s Bailey
their nonderfal politics In Or so ire con :ty
MAY 5. 1904. j mill i ii. so .Wixire that mn'nirsinn
special act of Provl .i'-nre. as they killed every oailulatit II ;I b .
'heir .om me:: a* a I 'l mill lie -nreil_ I leave'th's '' B iUer u "k-Gn
r I ... them hereVe are not very deeply concerned In either fa I
hat tl 1 to YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATSOverhauling
ready to ditlde your tivmato matter in the hands! of my friendend .
Are you 1s Juiipe on. Florida' Rreatent II"'t -
when Flarler
with the swialitU_ 'nt ore thins!; sure '! ask that I lie rotiflert tv wire of I aDd Kcpainujj.: Marine Railway.
money affwtnlVbv. if it mere not for Higler(; there mould be 110J: 'a<1Il.
---e I ivy attempt and renctltion; of this act ,Ul1 \"UE" n. MIAMI. FLA.
I the U< urd mould have no home Sue .i"fatilud.: : I' I
Isa't It about ttne for Guy Metcall I am personally! exremlinglv" gratjfs.rod

to take up another collection! Anal thin l b. the man mho wants-to lie elected a Iemorratic prci4,'ntial I I grateful. for The unlverrri. expren- I. . . . . . .
inns of eor fidenoe! and esteem extendd -
of the State Demo ratio Committee and want to i" tat-
If you gees red flag waving It may l tor a memi'er offi, I <- to me during my personal canvas simonr I
and ers
rommlMionert at
tb."ball elect a county
mho
I the DemorraU
not be one of Miami's SoclalUts on I 10 well 't ton With assurances that 3 the SaarIas/
Metropolis doe not believe that the IVmoi rats I
line! The
the
purade. it nay only mean an auction, all down I hall always rive to the dls'harge of
dictations of this politi-al hybrid.
the
'Ubmit to
-oitoelalIem the hlch duties of the oflre my '-t I
Formerly 5r-4? palm Jiot?t.
In lupuwe '
may be all right "Tort* for voiir welfare and the honna

it -but that place Is not In Ute of oar beloved State Corner Avenue B and 11th Street.I .

*d lraUc party of Dade coucty.io I am your fellom-H-itlzen.! I Gus. A. Muller Proprietor

---- John C Jones.Mr. .
The Sunday night school of social:

y t loss and anarchy can ware Its red flag 1 Murfltt will hold his u.ualweek. I Open all the year ;

of anarchy for the last time next Sunday dance at the Fair Building tonight
I
BlfbtThe II' I Rate$i50 per day acid op. Special per week and to Corn- :

D : THE REPfBLICAN TICKET.. mercial'men.. Large Sample Rooms.

Socialist convention la this | : From the news columns of yesterday's I P. O. llo ....". MIAMI. FLA. -

county will likely be held Immediately Metropolis It win be" seen that . . . . . . .

after the results of next week's primary th* Republicans have put ap a county j.

gee known.North I r' ticket. They evidently think that tile .

t a- local fight betwes Democrats win give Hotel Biscayne

Dad. Voters" ought to (Jr* a- chance bat It wont work Th

their eel Bane If they expect the 1 ttbelll '.. of the Democratic primary

faith In their state whoever bfI.aDd Opell frMn Oft.bt-r S. GRAHAM ProprietorComer
people to pat any -I be elected they may to-Kay Isa. 1.1.ht

mats about the rOBBissloiiers. while th* gentlemen selected asthe ;

Republican candidate are all good Avenue D and Twelfth Street

Socialists and, anarchists sometimes out of their
men they win get nothing
nap dynamite In their. bu.lIlI.. nomination except a little prominence. MIAMI FLORIDA
Record throws sovtaay ,. .' .
that the reanoa the I In their party. Ita presumed that Is
Bts about the dynamite the
| M they expect. I
county rommlssloners use*

I WANTED.- 0 laborers to clear palmetto Bush & Safford Piano Co
It a kherlff gets $i.OOO from the I ,;
land at onerHI

county treasury when he has a board I J, H. Tatnm *, Co 1 itseepoias d .i..u w, }..... ;
vt roaimtMtoner not IB political sympathy -
1 I Sol Z%.pT MsraxtavtlTra iSteinway
with him how much would hect

with B fall board of his political I ERECTING have commenced 8YOKESTACK.WorkI to rear the large d Son's. New York.

frtendu' I steel smokestack at the new clectrte =m.reaaa 2'1anoCo., Boston, 1 1I

Supervisor t light plant The stack Is a\out four I >
The office of Registration feet IB diameter and will go .p about Other HiKk Grade Piano aad Pia-o Players. 1i
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In an Important one and Mr. J. CBttrtmhaw I 17*I feet In height i Pianos from $225 up. Cash or easy payments. Tun- i
of Larkin Is a man who -::
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win discharge the duties faithfully and I i -- r I bjj:; and Repairing. A few bargains:: in slightly 1+

used pianos. Open evenings. _
f v.11. Pmit tall to mark his name I I .

when yon so to rote on May 11. = -- 1 1I ) C"'O(!>.,.oJOOOoCI OOOOOOQCO)
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I believe that a--___ H-.- -- ..
Editor Stonemaa may

the wealth BP. but of the be world does not should seem be divided dlsMwed -- I United Stetes Senator I f r .Ii ",, '

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the poIltbCIII.b. -
to be .o liberal with

{ical aspires to two nomination Vote For !

at the primartea. Why so mod- IDECINNIKGflJ t

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-- FRANK CLARK P. Taliaferro. ;
Alfred St. Clalr-Abram Is rapidly VOTE FOR HONORABLE James >HAY 10. j -

.. ath_ IB this .county and .
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,. la the entire State and It Is believed CACTION VOTERS. ,intelligence of theme gentlemen} Whose name is com We will. sell strictly

that be will be the winner for I If our tax-payers want to am thecounty )1 for cash. This .
BOW
.. Attorney-General. He Is well qualified I II. continue to prosper, gtot and )I monly pronounced as I in puts i.I i.,.; Special
] I us pos'tion to make ,
to hit the poclUoQ and the Interests It I* Just 1\k. the scheming political Improve they most see to It that no : !

of the State win be properly rarH 1 I.eaden of the opposition to the pres- j|.Inexperienced mea are placed la chargeof if it was spelled the very best prices .

,I..t commissioner to affairs. > I and deliver goods Sale
for at an errata. board of county ', our financial I .
a spring some anonymous and nnfoundd Vet for mea who know how to dO'' promptly. Call antI1'C ] J

The voters of Dade should pay no I charges and to have them circulatedat ..business successfully and have demonstrated : Toliver"Aa will' convince you ] i OFMen's u.

au.aUto the article published In the i, the various precincts la the county The .::, It by their past actions. I I that we can are you .

commissioners when It U too late to answer. -o-- '!
county Summer
Record! about the voters who believe la fair play will cer- A QUESTION FOR VOTEaS. money.
'GUn.- I'
Dade I
slenedNorth I
aDd I 'aiDI, repudiate any underhandednetbods Suppose you take all to be true of J

It la bite eaerally believed that Sam like this and sill! believe I|the mesa things which the disgruntled 'II ethnologist- of- Columbia fnlver-- \ Reynolds i ClothingAT

rttti sad Socialist Stoaesnare the nothing that may be put out la this t politicians ..we... about the art seat I IJ. 'I ally says that la the vocabularies of I & t r 1 .

Oust article sad that they iiioard of county commissioners and
Bathers of ay. races there are no words to; +
made a savage
commissioner commissioners have the disgruntled had theirgang f Lasseter.
defeat the present The then suppos
ire sauna to of the represent the color bl.'IIT p.- Cohen's.
latemenl as to expendltnre what do think would happen
< Is. you
la BO doubt blue, the ethnologist
there have hat bar none for I Ii
,:oed Fund, and the voters the county .. ;
e that It t.1 true to thinks may be accounted for 1t,1.)| II IIa
efore them and know Just...* out the fact that the present color
Is act a candidate them fact that they 4o not see that
The Metropolis" ''je Whea the figures given by board I* mad ap of some of the atl I theWorid's i 1 tI
for oOea, aelther'U Its editor.or any questioned and mad to appear business mea la tile coaaty. ...4j. le Is going to make tests .
best
ire If possible
.' member of Ita rar.e.4: It Is therefore mea who are afraid to put honest and apright. and : Fair to ascertala. .
y who -
roDE men are I
this campaijm. Th It may I f It Is true that savages cannot see -
Wes ta statements
f sot_ M _.'1ft :''lI\aIIdtdate tor ownposition' helr.&IIIM" their M M .11 tar ,[ask aDd answer the above question. l.tllIe. 'bl t
that ]e
Ksonrs) viu w* be coaehMea n. .
t once -----5Remember ---
aad'heac* his political reeori .1 Bad cannot be believed. I
effect I SWEEP.
olltkal
eommn CLEAN
there that aaooymoua MAKES A
discussion, R.
V. .....bert.
U legitimate votersof F. C. Akher. Qeo. A.JMcber I nieation have ao weight. It those who I II
the ,
has put sad 8. <
Metropolis loha'Bewell
for the : McDonald. eommlsJKtoaen par comae:
fact 1 I' the article about the :
county .U posntsstoB of the .mea'of ..ageestloredonce wrote There's nothing like doing ahoroughly. hiag
this are an
la Tuesday'sRecord I .
appeared .
over which
the i I 011
Mr. StOMBua,preside tIlftrSll4 the people ,, Of all the Salves .& everieard '
thai and _kl.hlfonaa-
honestly 'Ufest Baa pa.Situated .
and
Socialist ConrsBtioB la. 1900, know that they can be are of. Bwklean Arnica Salve h) I palm ,
SUta electors I I >ade county the'.Mon and have any welt-founded griev'ancea .
presidential bane
IB pnttlncjout and that the affairs ... best It sweeps away and .. Lake Front adjotalnfQtr
aided rusted gad I' they should give their ..- '. If you want a salt of clothes s4
g M5IIL the...recnlar' Democraticca aunty will be safe I. their hands-la general that tbs !burns, sores, braise, cats, boito. ..1era ark. A cool, comfortable place
Oat the voter been la the I TIle belief te quit Bad pllea It* : to nt you) and guaranteed to fit you at
: .snbmJl have eruptions sUp tabl servlc
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_.fc'W r the future as they of the Record assistedby skin ,; to at. with good *
work editor '
haw Boo4 cfcaseto"ote. : and last This eoaatjr leads the State la,I< Socialist th court boas officials inly lie;; and guaranteed to girt satfefartloa. 'I SamVi* room for traveling atea.r prices that are right go to 8wlTs
whose of *
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"W of buildings same I
the BomlnatlOB: of roaaa, public By all dragsteta. -vMr
sWaiaM ha matter of an these articte : EstaWJsaanaL
darkened th. real authors Tailoring tX
plaln.ly and this are
hs Id B. H.ya PraavktrtsW.
". political kpAory, ('tad la moor other respects commlasloaers. dw *, ,
Sodalfss pad Its gad about tile
of wisdom i
clouds ta
II by the tact Is_ due largely to '" I r

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H. Zl. KING, 1"The Ideal"J
Safeton to Edwin &.on.) :

Funeral Director and Embnlmer. I .
THE UNDERTAKERS
UOO A\'EIol'E 0. I j

Prciapt MUBtitM to T"lc rmph:

I i at Greatly Reduced Prices.
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t. w THE I t*:\TII AT LEMON CITY.-Harry .JII' for her home In Boston via St. Louis-- I =

II,I I Saudi-. of lj.n. MIAMI METROPOLIS.' 2 PERSONAL MENTION.George
p f.f.DAILY ____ i f afternoon about :: clock of pneumonia. : =I Fair. Miss Morse is a most charming { See the newest fad la ladles truth round length seven gored lap. seams .1
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P> Tbe funeral w u held at thr I. "' and accomplished oung woman and J I belts bite tan. black and mode Inverted plait; the regular $750 kind.
KLA.. 6, IW4 I
MIAMI May
f..,. : >eslile In :Miami City cemetery at I IIi I Butler, of Went Palm Beach has been a popular-adjunct to Miami'v'ax'ial I 1 Sluts Skirt! Special price. .|$.M
i I clock this afternoon under the aUII- :: is don today on buxiDeiui.F circle during the time she hasb..n
, MAIL SCHEDULE.Arrlr 'piren of tbe Knights of Pythias, of I]! been !. Many friends hope for her. 'I Ladle seven pored Sicilian cloth Lasts Silk Suits.
f
hlrh oraxnization be was an honored : i skirts in white; all man tailored perA large assortment of silk
from the North A. Bryan and E. G. Mills, of Ful- return nest season. saltak;
member The funeral arrangements ford. are among the visitors In Miami .1.1I j, feet fitting, with team flare; special many style and colon; all han'"

I llabp.m 1:06 a. m. were under the direction of Undertaker tosaj.W I I Price... .... .... .... .... ....|(oo 17 trimmed and tailored ..

1H I M. King and the Christian service i
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CoM for the North 11 BUSINESS LOCALS. I
r. lOS a. m. l "as conducted by Rev W. E. Stanton. M, Williams of tbe Isle of Pines I r Corttt '

.:" p. m. i I Ia la the city on a'Vitlnesa and pleasure ,..WVX1 21 i I C 1 Ladle C. B. Corset No. SOS. made sf
I I CITY DIRECTORY.-Allan R. Par trip. ." A OOOD HOME FOR BALK.-Apply beet quality Batiste this corset
I( 'p ; givesthe
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s | A. W CraoMutle, ..... I
THE: WEATHER.. risk publisher of the Miami Directory. I to City. correct erect form.

F' Wasbingtos.-For Eastern Florida: I!has Just returned from DeLand with J. W Wilson and U 8. Jack of Cutler |! W* use Tennessee.... la an oar I Special price... .... .... ......'LS
of of the
Fair tonight and tomorrow and .warm- proof sheets a portion new are up today on a business and
I directory. The book will be much pleasure trip. -- 1 1'<*-"'"' ".- L_ ...- No. M7 Warner nut-proof corset

.f.Mui.... **. larger than last year and will contain .- .I i- to a eonet that give the utmost sat-
MlnlmsnvTl much more descriptive matter and fine Nelnon F. Hall:;::or PhIIad.IPbla.I' Hotels and famllle can bur pa... 4. ,' Ufactioti both for correct shape and

half-tone engravings of the leading Is a late arrival here Tennessee cream at Biscay Drag wear

public building, banks, residences' ness with pleasure. I Special price... .... .... ......|LW
I; etc. The book will soon be ready for Screen door seta, 20 cents, at The .

TOWN TOPICS. I delivery and Mr Parriah will doubtless David B. Taylor, of Atlanta was Racket StoresHeadquarters '

f be flooded with orders from abroad anwell among the visitors arriving here. this ;
as at home as It will really. be a morning from the north. fancy groceries fratta tSTRMG
IS STILL IN THE RACE.-J. S.Frederick valuable hand-book of Information u''! etc. at WUn'L T a 1

begs! to Inform all voters will |
well a* a good souvenir. The price Mr. and Mrs. John Gilford of Prince Foot
that the report that he has come dowa I Miami Conservatory or Music
be Z5 cents a
copy. I ton. N. J.. are here for a few days and
-eit of the race for Clerk la favor of Franklin Coleman Bush director ZJI L.rUI'tH .
I are located at the Bay View. I
. kaother candidate Is uterty false ashe SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.-The Twelfth street >w One hundred ..waists all sites, a3
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feel his chance for'the nomlna. Sunday School of the Lemon City Baptist ; the latent styles la lawn, madras and
Mr. and Mrs. M. Doan and Miss
It you want tee cream that I* good
tics are brightening every day. Church will hold its annual picnicIn Batiste; only a few of each atria: 1
Kathleen F. Easter of this city were and pan buy It of the Biaeayn Drag
Miller's Grove on the bay at that' I worth 1150 and $3.00. We offer to
at the San Carlos.
guests yesterday
ANOTHER SUSPECT CAUGHT.NoUea .- place oa the llth Inst The picnic will I Company. They as* Tennessee cream close at. . each

Scott another suspect la the,be free to all aDd everyone U Invited : UJI Ladle Japanese silk shirt waists
A. G. Zimmerman and wife and H. I
Savage murder at Defray was arrested I Ito Join la the pleasure. lee cream and I i FOR SALE. I bark and front tucked and trimmed
c. Anderson of Dania are In the city
at TltasTin Tu.da.lellt apoa Information cake will be served dnrntg the afternoon I will sell cheap for cash at the Sam- with lace; Bishop ileere. ; a waist that .
today on a flying business and pleamare -
from Sheriff Frohock. Deputy the proceed to be used for purchasing trip. j uel C. Lawrence. place ap the Miami will wash. Special.$141

Sheriff Gore was dispatched there books for the school. 1 river two. young milk cow, three Ladle shirt waist, same a* cut
and lie returned last night with tile calves mowing machines. and disk trimmed with lace; back tacked: new \
C. H. Foy and wife, of
prisoner. Scott admits bring present I LINES FOR TRAINING WALL.The .- team down this morning and DartODa.j. plow. For. prices and particulars call sleeve with tucked caL Special... .... .... .... .... .-.S100. _
at the murder of Savage but any* be oa or add,..'
chaw: of the Government I main here several darbefOft
bad ao hand la the killing. Then Iaet englneen In I i R. L. Mills. E. B. DOUGLAS
one other of the a.cnM Urge work In the Uy have finished 'Ing. *2 t Mlmai. Fla.FURNISHED ,

.....Tiil the authorities have hope of land- staking out the new channel and -
Mrs. Kulner and W. R. Tharln. of 310 end 312. Twelfth Street. -.
lag aim.Havng. la giving lines. for the building of the I the HOUSJ.oa .
Savannah are strangers
among Tenth strict, for rent Apply at
bees sold out of boos and training wall for which purpose the BOW la the city and meets at the Salt this ..... ;

borne, thereby being forced,to...build a I tug Bon Accord and two large barge !I Carlo School Will Soon CloseAnd J

reatoewe I am compelled to rat are already hen Rock U BOW being II I VOT1NU CONTES1. ..
debtors and patron* to at once 8. Flower and wife, of Jackson. -
any loaded on the barge aad the laying .
five SB* a* much of their aid a* pos rock will begin DOt tater than I T..... are late arrivals here. They Every subscriber to the Daily Metropolis your children will soon have a long vacation from

sible.S3 of the will remain several day enjoying our can: aid. some deserving young books. Why not place them in the 1
a. H Huddleston M. D. the first of nett week. I splendid climate.
II man and woenaa U secarlng a business 4
i I education by wring the ballots to which c.5M4ami Cootervatory .of Musk? j
W. Thlshkt. of Warsaw Island near
they are entitled on payment of subscription "
1 "avannah. Oa. la la the city oa bust- Have you investigated our 1
*. Bead our offer oa I sixth
Ha-vana l P*** "Partial Scholarship Plan?" Anyone is thereby enabled ito j

MIAMI RIFLESMINSTRELS I obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely .
,; Par Tennessee cream oa sal* atBlsrayae I
P Bellldo. of Havana, who. has .....1 Oral Company. MlI nominal cost. StBtteati cai arras.r Ur ea*f Practk Pins 1

la the city the past several day* sailed I 3
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this morning for his home oa the Franklin Coleman Bush Director.
iI''steamer I NURSERY STOCK FOR SAUL ,

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I i r J. W. Eastabrook and wife and C. W. 1.800p. limos tree dlsaietat We have received a lot of .... fancy NOTICE. TO LEAGUERS.-Tb. ,;; !

; Eastabrook. of Boston are among tile I about one lack; fine root; saertfiesd chlnswar The Racket Store. worth League of tH M. E. Chuck
I prominent arrivals U the clt). They South will during the month of May 1
tat all cents!! each If sold sooa. Orovnd
are guests at the Blsrayae Hotel and LIVELY CONTEST assist their pastor la U* Wdasdar
I 2Showfor50C will remain. her several days. mast be cleared early la May. Ala be I sight prayer ateetings. All ....... ,

seen at the Raasom grove. Orange On vote with vary tea cant paid of the League ar. ......... to h*> .:J

I Mr. George Mania a Urge contractor Glad, or address. for subscripOoB to tM Dally Metropolis I present' every Wednesday: Bight at T'M. .

i of Key West who was la the sty Thoa. W. Mather. Magr, which can lie used toward payingsome *.. A. V. lUtaertord'

returned this morning from I worthy penoaM way y---
last week SIC Box SM. Ot7.i young .I -- p---- L '.
!s business trip to Jacksonville and :i through a eomspoadeae course la 1

RIFLES and :sailed on the Miami for the Island Qty.t HEAOQCARTER8. book-keeping or stenography. For fan A nice feguUr bowl and pitcher foe
MIAMI I II. ,General Clement A. Evans Camp No. pare read the bit..... .> 1|I" at TU Racket Star*.

: Mr. R. B. Tn..... repreaeatlag the|I I 471 P. S.C.V. noanceflMBt la to days: paper.: j
BISCAYNE ORCHESTRA. famous Armour Fertilisers .. la the I MlamJ. Fla. May s. ti. FREE 8CHOLASSBTP. 4

I Ir Hty. While here. he established an Order No. 1.-The members of General The beat and cheapest *tatloa ry ..I Then are manybookkeepUg,.... gepMs w J q

agency for these fertlltsen with R. F. ', Clement' .A. Evans Camp No. 471 ,Th Racket Store. Miami sad Dade -f7 .....sled >r "(

X :U1TOJUUa41: : HOT*, 'vho will handle them In the I III It'. 8. C. V. are ordered to meet la K. learning sad afm.aa_ :;

r tne. of P. ball Thursday night. May (U. I It you want to Improve' JOB propafty '- pay., sad the hfetropolU |prop.ge its
1104 at ?M o'clock. By order make It posatbte for
two of .
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and need to borrow _OB ay for.tt*
8 m. May 6th. Miss Morse, consia of Mr. Fred 8. I J. C. Abernathy : ban a chance without th* cost d .
Friday Night, p. purpose, try 0.0. O. Ouiv. Attoray
single
;Morse who has bees his guest kenall Commander. doHar. For tall details dew

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SOLDIERS OF THE CZAR'', trymaa: the caralrynuiB frt about regliueat. The soldier who receive It coolieTlie third division will I...

C. yenta a Dionth. I la dmptfiite for money, and M-ll It. the contbm of the lock ami the
i The Kmnlan .m., U a botlinl of pmliauly for :2 rent The man who b.rt>ors and: I.-ler' at tie ocean en>I. 'i ... ... ifiHWIiiJ

r rru|>tlun. Krrry "'__ctl"... treat Ii I! buy It sells It again to tbe contractor of the clinnwl.j .

Former Russian Sergeant Dt- ,i or KUMlU Invoices n'...... of rrtral i ii ''at| a small price, yet *t a gnat profit. j Fat alert from all this U the tack f:
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kind and Tin Mani a 'Thus it the rvundx. for the of scribes Their Life and Traits gore toss
U allowed two lural a day. me ,i tractor aicala deals It out t,. the rrvl : <'li* ..... II... K-inltaiion nf lie colic,,

'In I.lie middle. of the day. when.be Kt"tIIj i: nwut IiMtrsd art the r".U If euieiunxMit '!'dlvtHrt. the imlnace! of east mnnbea.tlie Clubbing Rates.
burxbu-h.' mntHblnc like ..bI." effort to mitigate the n.osgnltn' '
I JT.1'III.US.un EYE It.lDY TO nIt |*y* for until tl.., isa.r M>i 1 MUI.| and aaoibrr. la the evening. Tbe I I' to the but exirvniliy. of nod. pest .... ilancer. the Introduction of

: ohlliY I I. allowed black bread bat be !Then he.keeps the ark !'e s l-.-ii it Ixdoled an ample supftly of fresh water awl
n. "'._'.M. Ukcs* scoria I has to rat it when It b half baked I. I out to him. the .h!II l and Jo.li.-isl admlnUtratlon r

.t.. .. al.e, rtatiaar WHhWawsi a _a | order that his imperior may e t a rake "...... barracks life U aliuuKl un,.mlnr of the camel lone, with Hi population .

l' It ffUmmrn, ........ off The army U allowed tour a nigh able. The youuei-r told.len ST ijraifBleed a year .or two hence, or |wrbp* fortyor

:. r .. ..r -.Ueetaeos ... C-'I' to make bread weighing a certain over l>y the nkler not, ainl. any I fifty ihonMiml conch ami ignorant The people of Dade County will all
want the
amount The liread weighs much bearIrr II" that tbememUr news
complaints are IUd b pliynlral lIlu... people quite apparent
B4 -.r c.:_..... mmm TUs Mow ) ; this year as it is to be
wbt-n It fai half done than It doe It b rub of bamu-Ls the nf the MbmLin mn.il rmnmbu an interesting be-
the that one
........ ....... .......--.j! rben properly baked, and tbe superior men most a not kxlt'e couiplalnt In a >l n an truing to have their bswl cause of the elections,

....... ., ... SoMton.TbeuJor :i sells the rent of the dour and pockets case where' a cries ha* tires coin full dilrin.-.- tweet few yer..

i the n boll'. If any of the Mark bread milted the offender b dill puni.Ucd.. .

soldier I. UevvUad.buUvlaboC.O. wbo mm ex-Kuaalaa was aided I' la left over..It Ia made Into iwirlmrh bat the mn w.bo bas eampblmnl .r' lmmrr ml "....... .. PolitiesIt .. National State and
awl agate fed. to the soldiers. Instead of County
b
him eusI"rued to stand aMUkMileM.with .. .
la.llesat
while la a penaileaa condition by Ikuc I I b .101 that the |mMiice of
I the fresh bread while entitled Ito. '
Cpectonky. Mipcrlotroilent of the > they are rifle upraised tuirty.ix ...ar&. If' the town minting In HPr"Ic-k. Me.
: TbUM be officer gets a little more be move perceptibly 1 be .. placed In -
(:..aril educational alliance of that i baa lifted It out of the oM lime rut. I --
tty. was drawn Oat the other day' by ..._y' Tbe aorernmeat allows each I prison on bread. and water fur ..bllbut.p wN n lie Ibis ....... In their eLl rbtthe..

)II'. tipex-torsky to tell of the strength | .uhlkf a half pound of neat a day. weeks. rn't'i" .in of the barn and .."'.. of them : The
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7-- .f the cur' army and of the daily I The superior nfflrer cirea each -. a I Iquarter J -.\ the auldicr always wenrU U. .f Inflnrnrv ..r .......,. bainterou- MetropolisHas

life vf the soldiery. Thla la tin turywhich of a puand and "..... tile eoe- ..Ir..,...,., the guTernaent sappmmttuna I ly |HiM..siiuinK their, chose ami ..-..,,.
ey placed la h.. band for tbe pun-ban. to wear better oat*. W ben a perfected
to annlblbte. OIMlu third lu
liobroluboir. adz years soldier any > arrangements whereby it
of the other quarter. The breakfast ]I high offlcjaL I* coming to view. (liearmy. can offer
such
them. lb. IVrwkk rorrespondent I
ft the czar tub aa reporter f the oppose wrjnI attractive rates for
ronalata l of cold water and a piece ed'dry tU sojierlor office+ makes them I +' Various
tne Ktiiuebec JounuL newspapers
Cleveland Plata Dealer through aa Interpreter III that
: f f"I l-tark beead.Earfa doa guud nAforuia, whi b be always | Now there I N a change. x..rt.D there should be no excuse for people -
remaining -
uglier eonuerted with tb ... .. ..L. '
note from the province of Kir. baa I coine dreMil In their lient. 4111"',. I IAs in ignorance as to the happenings
I Itwa army make It a point to steal everything j Tbe Infantry ta ro4keJ to makeclout of
to Bossla. )fy boat* was U Tetieff. a : earb ankh comes up It b dlwusiiedSM the year.
provided by the BOTeranjent for any vents s day jnlien! on the j I be-1 j''
of A.IIIIU population. lathe Ku I voted on to the best of their
the Hoidit. except barely enough to aurHu One and quart<4 create mak '
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alas army I held rank f feklrbeCtb TIle oh' ways have anot.pt-
keep bin .n... I knew of one ooVerwbo a ..1.f.... the dayi march the
Ant remv shore the private sail.I eInto ohlivfam. and no one exiresseareeret.
waa honest II. started t. dealMinarely soldier b not allowed H eat uutlf be ,
; think possibly tbe equivalent of Tlie lasHes of the Free Baptist
with tbe soldiers aad be wasdrives baa rlnined hb .... pln bed his. tent I Icounter 4 RATE
what fOIl call the sergeant here. )gy elmrelL m ho bad charge of tbe lunch !
out .f the In dlacrare.Wnen for tb* night and done other workthere '
army any ;
Mead trite me you want to know bowwe i, [ are the one who have asabtedla !
his brother officers that be be to do. If I cavalryman.
caw way credit''1
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lived when w* protected what the change and deserve the
tb other nations arc pleased to call warn aajike Uwowelrea they set tra..1 j be most flrst put away the borne. then '. They ilearvd. about (23 on tb* lastmerlin' : The Daily
for Mm lied about him ... It waa sot be may make bb frugal ideal of black Metropolis
tb* freat bear.t hardly lived at .
all, sad yet the Uaaslaa soldier la : lone BBlU Use state official* it M. l"e- bread.I i and One Year

hardy, and I caanot help believing that ': t..q thought Urn tb. worst rascal Am ,._.<. of Ik* Cur.Ielrlhe I

the army to .brill belonged will yetconquer j I In the RttBsiaa army lie was the only ( PANAMA CANALWORK.frmmrmmmtr ) K. Stone, general Bjaaaceri Daily "] imes-Union $10.00
honest man I ever knew In his
position
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Japan.WhyJ and his .. .... S of tbe .\M-bted.. Press who .... laSt. j
name bi a byword Russia of Its Cooalr e
Sly friend. I will tell you'Irby. .. .. .. Petrn-lMirg at tbe time of the outbreak -
TIM a.w, If It.. spoken alt HI owsrelatives j J -.r .t.r !!- Semi-Weekly Times-Union
soldiers wise tile
aerv* czarkuew > of the 15.50.
Russo-Japanese was
tb tamed sealant him and aotone j The work wf toots ting tbe Panama war
not of .
aaaie fear. They will i at the ball tbat
hurt themselves of them would Btentkm hi* name canal will naturally be pepuratedInt I 1 I present royal was flvl -
IB tile
far of certain Weekly
'. death with .. little wdl 'i when be left kasha la dlncrarc."The three grand'tIJ............. condflcred l In. week before the Japanese attacked Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times
ronrrra a
K.to your capper this _(I...you There ; ..Ir_ allowed the commoni from tile.enclaeering sail purely ..."- I the UnsMlan ship at Port Arthur. saysharpers Union _
The with
Weekly rear spoke
f these i soldier tb* Ant three year cmuuata' of stnii-tlr staadpulnt. says WalterVelliaaa I' $2.oo
are 110 many tbat If a Galling
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With
Mr. Stone, and la the of the Atlanta
coarse coaversatlon -
CUB were toned .. them a UtooMBd ,I!I..t. trousers, boot and orercoat. all \ la .tile. Amerlraa le.ntbtyItemlew tbe Journal twice a week |2, ,
Americas remarked that
times and ...... old aid worn. After tbe third year begets .f n......'" Fin b the emuparativeJy I i;! With
they were nova like Weekly Palm
Beach
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It did not nk like war to s.e so vast News '
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..au. e f kay there would alwaya b* j'j'J I a new but cheap ...IfEada tmple matter of cnmplet.Ing Intent I I Itar's .
aa asseo.r lID pkasmre. The
others to In ap the casks Uwtaatly. ', year be is allowed two: .M",. two pairs 1,. the excavation along; the level'atretcbe ... -
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Zhe .ea *. BoUicn are Dot coward. 1''of oodrrc hxhes. a pair of woolen mittens sal Including the fannum
aye friod. 'I'IIe--Id laugh Uk* :: sad tw* rags to wrap around. .... 'I Cttlehra cut. which tbonsb s bis opleratlon. the Inu-lieMi of RL hwood'aLail ;i Old subscribers must pay all back dues
anad If toW tbat nation .artbcapar feet' Instead of socks: If be lonea a b out at all compUcatnl ordimcnlt. the night before waterloobee before they
say *a
I I Reseal b the of ...Id.. They both laughed but the Saturday can take advantage of these offers
< < sId ..... They.* always bras button from his uniform b* bImprlMmed > u building _i and cash
the Babla dam wbkh la to create following tile Japaae ..ba in adance'must
seedy to dK, but serer to submit for eight days Tb but- accompany all orders
'' don under order" from home, asked for
t.I'! the Interior fresh water! Ia".. This
a t.ngs poser ton when new costs but S ceata." The these combinations.
for hb ....- >ort.. and tbe following
on
cans for enxlneerlng skill of the high |
".. my Mead, the Baaalaa brar- soldier la allowed to steal, but If be Meaogtit I
eat order, and It .. prndbl that tbeeommlwloii Monday night Sibling began. Il
let sso can It a eat far the noawnt-tb stealing* ta Imprisoned nix l
rat bat play*,with tb* BMMM before weeks on a diet of bread and water.If may decide<< to do this part I ADDRESS

errakl.g ft1t be ...... from tile barracks tile poalatameot el the work Itself lnstes.1 of letting Iteat -
.. bat .. doublet Tbe to contractors. It b well known
: tree tb* RowlaB soldier officer say.Steal A Paint St EtloiMtto.JehnDT .
to 01 paid BBd 01 tmtvd. It to ....1.1J t I an yon want 10. bet doat get that tbW b tile only I phase of the Miami .
true that a* Is compelled to become a : caught at It. If ransbt: the soldier has project which gives the ,engineers any (who it fitting on th Metropolis.r
anxiety for they realize Its difficulty rocking bane with Ethel and wbwishes <
. soldier bat eace ..!latH U* eoantry j jK disgraced his .
... Ur.. Tb blood *fT genentfoo I Tbe soldier .. ...... sabers because and delicacy. Probably also American to be polite-I think if on. .

patriots ....... to kl. bean IoN t. every ankle a* wears to sold at workmen win be amt oat to band this of M got off I cotild ride much bet

.. Tb BaaBlaa soldiers pay .. S
mouth about tw.4btnJ* *f a cost a the foremmtnt buys tb* article from sad experienced. hands sad cannot
'. Tkb .. the stipend ., tb* teOa- a contractor who snooUr It to the *. left .. Jamaica black *r Caiaes*' .



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. Geo. H. Myers IN THe CIRCUIT COURT OF TlIK: ROBBED TH: au VI:.
UNITED RATES FOR fHB; SOUTHERN :.
". DISTRICT Or rU>RIDA.In .
...... UM natter of Cofxtemutioa If land A startling Incident U narrated blobs :.
...- DUlyss Bay sad tile AUuiUe Oliver of PhiladelphlA aa fallow i
Electrical Contractor o.-a. *: -I was la aa awtal coadltloa. :
TIM PrMMMt If the Ualud BUM of
ir Anwrlc: My skis was almost yellow, eye aaakaa. .,
r I T. John F Horr. E*).. fnltwl State tongue coated paia continually la d
i I/ 13 Avenue C. Marshal for tile SoutlMni Dtetrtct .( back and sides no appetite growing .j jweaker
!, I FlorIda: GrMttnc: day by day. Three physician .
Make known to Elnatkan T. 14.
Mary
f Estimates for had girea me an. Thea I wa adrta4 i
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, 0.P'raall Ombon. Sarah C. Oa.
bora. Viola U 0......... D. D. H >drtck- to as* Electric Bitters; to my Soy th* j
. X5" 1lectnc. Light \Wiring. Bell wiring. son. Sunn C Hmdrtckaoa. and Mary W. ant bottle mad a decided Improva- .i
t O boTB. Ezoentrlx. and Frank 0. meat I continued their use for tare
born. Executor, of Uw but will and tmtant J
. Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. of Em A. Oaborn. d........ and weeks, Sad am BOW a 1'eII.... I .'
t P an otber poraocw Interacted In tile foUowamtn know they robbed Ute grave of another 1
hit \ q lands; that victim." No ore should fall to try t

. WIMreaa a ptttthm wa t4 tm tie them. Only M cents,. guaranteed at j
FREDK. S. MORSE abon mtlttod caoM praying tile condmnatlofi -
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druggists.
. of certain land for UM on
or th* United Sates. d.crlb a* follow
*:: ComnMncinc at a point couth Certain politician who know that jthey
:t d..T.. M mlnnte w .t M fort from
Watch this REAL ESTATE tile nortnnuit rar_ of In* northwwtaoarter canot control Frank Clark war i
space of Mrttno M In township M he seat to Congress, are doing their 1
.oath. rand C...... rannlnc thme south utmost to eacompaas hta defeat. They
OffloM up itaire Cor. A u.C and 11th St. a tegrm M nUn,,'.* sae about 1. feet do not desire that j
a peoples man reeeive -
for change of t*tb* .hare of ttx AUantte ass tbr
Miami. Dade Florida.POWERS' foUowlna* eta .nor* outboriy for about so high aa office. Portanatoly. -
o ., 1m fet tbi>nc* north O .......** M Binnte however in a primary the eommoa .
want (alone Itn* parallel to and people rather than the politicians

Florida East Coast Railway dtetani at right ancln from th* northern chooM the public servants the Laaa ,
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MEAT MARKET tfuundnrr of thin tract land beincdevribrd.
lw frt) about feet U low City man need have no fear. 1
water mark ... Blfwayn Day theses ---
northvrljr following ...M K.W water mark *
Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. about t.W feet thews south S dtgrei TWO IS BXT7HJHA5 OK* 1

t Schedules.t Hams M minute lostaloe* a ... paralM t* Here's pointer for the Xanorou* <
Sausage, Poultry, etc. and distant nt right ancle* from tile reader I To. want t* **v* money- .
t toe AVEICE D. t M1AJIL FLOMDA. outhrr boundary ., thin tract of land and we know how to help TOO. Wtea
sing dwrlhed. bat fH..) about Bt feat Is It to TO* pay a Sulk more lbs
t to the point of .......iar.mint. coautaIrf the pne of one ,.....r and gas to*a.. 3
C 4 aces more or MM.. bt Dad Comfy ... .
Are You Going to Build ? '** & Tb |>rire of rIM Dally
Florida: Tlmee-Ualoej and l.ltl.... hah J: Tberrfore tbMe pmeat are t* command beea redaeed so the '011091.,prices .:
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them and each of them and any
If so, or it you need building material of an) and an peraon* mterened m *r hiTtac Three sUzmonths monUk......:.. ............flat sat .J i

kind you should,not fail to see Hen upon eald Lads. U be sad appear On. year.............. ... SB* :'."
before th* Circuit Court of th* United
W* t* send yep both tha
State lor tb* Boutkern Dtetrtet of Florida propnee
at Jaduonxm,, ee Monday Inn Daily and Sunday Tlmee-Uaio sad .
... 0M. the an4 there t* Bh nay *fe>e- dtixea sad she Maraorou for:
J. A. M Donald' CO. UOM they may hare, and I* show whatbttereet 81s _,be................ .... | tmT> -
S they and each of them may .... Owe year....................... ASS .
m th* property err...w_ ............. Wa will sold ya th* Sal-Wrvbly .
TlnM-rnloa sad dttaea .
and ta
and te anew .. If any they can why *
aaI4 ...... .hwM as ha e......... a. If anaroua t ... .

Dealers 10 Lambcr.Laths. Malr E Jf.aMta**,Casings Brick,UBM cording to mw to tb tar .f tIN United Ills moBih for. ............... | 1HOa
I Ca *at......... :. State*; and why ouch m-cdlnn a* I* *year...... ................ tW "
Tare*a.dO***.Area**D sad Nth.... inerld by mw shield not h* had; why
a Jury ........ sot ha .u---ad tt. awns Tha. for tt eras .ore thaa taa
: tIN damijii: why a Jiidam.nt ., aa.- price f she daily,yea get tw......
......Uett .!weld sot .. ....... spas sad for Ofty spats more this th. *rc.
alar price of aIM Mrrnoroua i"
tile verdict of th* aU Jury taane put.. ,yea gas
Wi1soii'sNoo1ty ., th* Statute ta such ca.. ar.. she SealNakly'i.e.Uuo.. amt A
, CiUaea sand Ute Farm. sad
1'nIa. ,
and pre ded: why each other and further .
preteidlns a. may be ......... bylaw Grower. .
.. uch a* he .. Send year nbaeriptioa to... C4a) .II
ran may aocommry .
r' U mow la oparaOoa sad Mftdj to r.axisi enable tIN United State to acquits a perfect I. advaae always at these price. ".-

ord.ra and ,.. Umpm title thereto should Taa Maraoroua .; .
I Iof. FOB ANTTHINO IN not b* had.WKBOB MlamTrls *
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WOOD NOTTLTUCa.Window : the Honorable Bfehrra W. Fuller.
CMef JuUe ef the Supreme Court
L sad door err soh, window ., the United State and the Seal of I
: J. A. Robbins &: Co. sad dor frame*, store flxtarea. stair this Court at the City ef Jacksonville,
work laala trimming of all kinds. m ald Dtetilrt. thl tweaty-enth Cooley & Homer
day of April. A. P. IBM. j
Harness and Carriage R. S. WILSON Seal) II:. LOCKE. .
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Clerk.ORDSR (
. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Tit Red! Estate u J Raul ARms

A-- nepoaitor .
FOR PTBUCATIOH.la

Quality is remembered long after price ist run&.. eracmcATioa tb. Orrult Coort..SeneUa. JadicUI List You Property Witl T1ea. ,.- .j

Grout .Cott. ,. Florida. .

forgotten. Amelia Ray .. Wad H. Ray. dlTorco. ,A ... pacer of bay front Pfopetti. "J
C. F W.HAHN!% It to .
appearing by affldavlt appended with ripanao neat, within a few -it!
f Qualjjy Makes the Bargain. ; the bill .. Ute abaft* stated eaaaa that 'al..s.- walk of too bweince eeater "
Wade H. Ray. tile defmdaat thirsts fol JMiaail.fc.ia-twfoetoo bay aa4 .
Ii << ... deep, batlaf a lot .l
sties .
_ a4 tamt.: 2"1aI ,Aair>i1tct anvd.8uilda lamed U aoi>.mld at of ta* State of '."
.Es3.e w s3. t Btrejejt..B karts tree on It. Thlsltsta*
I BOW bays tm my ...,101 ale ottkc Florida and la BOW raaideat of Port- place a winter home. ?

best draftamaB ta U. Boatk. sad .. ..... Oregon and U orcr the ace of 4 t.

better praparad this over for fmlak- twcaty-oo years; It therefore ordered 32J Tftlftl Street Stlatr lid. 2

tag plaaa ''MB* details tor good bans that said _-...ld ot defeadaat T MIAMI FLA. f.
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HEAVY BLACK8MITH1KQ.
CarrUjreWerT. taca flu. cabUat work at*. be and la hereby required to appear to
1i..8bowofe All Kind H
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: aven Braslag aad golderlaa pork scroll aavlac sad an work .. or before Maonday. the th day of \Y6ite1Ea ie BatherfS6oe.;

ej ... All Work-Gaaraateed. flrsfr-Claes. any doss ta a drat daaa plaalBgBiflLBM JOB A. D. 104. othervtaftthe allegation .

.... your ordan tar doors BBtedow < of said bin will be takes. aa COB. Four Om No WaJq:

: >ShoP aoo..A.'Ven: n. fraaMa. balhuten. btMkota. fluid by said defendant. Best SInn in the City. i
... Sad bbe ecsvmc.d. It ta further ordered that this orderbe
; \Ir o published: one a week for roar eooeentiTe A. COLBY Proprietor -1
II-I MIAMI. Fl" aos Twelfth...... II!
-- weeks la the Miami Metropolla -
.',' -or (Dally) a .......per pabUahed b 'a

Co. amid couty and State. Clubbing

SEABOARDAir McN4eill This tad day of hay 104.
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, 5. C. Dearborn
Cork: Clrealt Court. e $ Rates.
Livery Feed and Sale Stable.12th .
& a rntta.

t Ll Railway Street. West of Railroad. Deputy Clerk. You can save money by sub i

Robert R. Taylor. scribing for the
paper
". POR.. We ,have gentle horSes.'blkf' for ladies.to (ride and:drive. Solicitor for Complainant you want through i
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- ivannahe Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines (Good Comfortable Carriages; i TItle moralag B room was t..tJK: The .
, Washington Baltimore cleaned In the block oa Pine street ?
R.1loigh.Rlchmond, ,
Philadelphia. New York. First class Teams, and owned by Dr. J. H. Smith and on rumoring
I the eorerlng orer th. floe I. Metropolis.We ]

Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White Drivers. the chimney It waa discovered to be :

Seaboard New York LiMited. filled with a handle of ooda. Tatawaa i can give yon tint .
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Seaboard Mail ,.............. t.........,.,',.,..," ',....,....... removed and on eumlaatioa pro i DaDyTunes-Unioaa.ocl
Seaboard.Expresr ed to eoatala Ore pair of ladtaa ahoea.ererml .

pain of .......* atoekiaca nod Daily Metropolis for, ,

Modem Pullman Equipment. "Florida Pastime"Record aome smaller articles of wearing apparel. $10.00 a year, or both .

The Had was reported to Mar- for "
six
--. ... ........ .. sf months joy
', to vastbsl.d -easNJ..q r.u- .
ftIa"u.-....... rtd' t.?....:..-. aasp.ru aM .sse.tl.s ...spsrssd- PuI1'hJ"' Cob. thai Carter sad he at once ..elal....
.,,-II;'. ..n..aoI .. ...floIa ... "" .. ..... ._ The ta aolred When 15-00.
Maab's.N : PIwwd'rU. I t1. 11catIee of W.lfdty.I..tratN family mystery asked _
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oaeVtIh W .,.... .....-- .
asst LS/p.adally. ........, .......,mow sad Berejattea. U well M.***"*,.whty..5wu..iy. *
x...:...0 II..M N. Lied y a el c..pswt w aM Half Mr what he meant, he aald: "Several J
..Mini, >...in.i nnr_li'....In sack. ...... .* _..es.UneneUoc.e yeaay4eM year ago I was notified that the* The
101l11 line operating daily through sleepers fron.Jacksonville .. ItMo Wreie.. My Yaw JhMHpiae. .fe.H v*>MRtndAl I
-Tm*ttcmi*Cmmfmmr sap* eelan tbl. iilli.lli*with >....ill good had been stoles from a mer 1
Orleans. .......... .
i to New -tacrtHtaelMefM.heo ** T. O. Ut. tb* Mlewtav I. "
.*...** tars HeriM 11_ Vu I.bleak wtow Md *ud to MuMital B.>,4C. ehaat who ... stag removed his btmineaa Dally Metropolis
..lack.a.lt1... ,=--web a>ceM,News...ye* will M tmttni I**M.year'._* to another city and I Immediately ;
MfrTOttSfa ..,... ....
tiSZ .
CJICa'tat r .1.1I" | west to work the I
oa eaaa. located
tII w ..
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reooenation. call of euU a ......,.. Htberneead the person that I was ears was th*
alormafion r oa an* agent thor' -_
.. ,or write ...._1._....* FlerM*ceao.wonh... _, I guilty party bat others thought I was
.j. I wrong sad no arrant wan mad. The

1. O. IcDOllELL at.w. Pus. A
always ear that I had located the .r
n. :
JacI.oahdrre.
S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pa s. Agt. I right oaf Now I know It to W t.M $ .5Q a year'Weekly

.,. .,......" .r.-'.." .a..d ------'r... fact for th* party ....... a room at Metropolis SemiWeekly.ruaes.Union "
' mod: the dm la the earn bvJldlag." Several -

people hare Jive la t.M beiid erg bog .

watT>cp s.6mAtt... 'A.U IL'ACIIIIOIt: J.. a L PATTe..ph i Locatea 'alae. bet M BOB of them had BO oeeaakja one year. S2.OO. .
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,....... .Tio.Pf..td..t ..rv and TJ.. !! ta pat up a ator to Ota room

TheE the good. har* bees safely concealed The :
Pompano Inn
for'aereral .
year* Th shoes an la

Dade c..ouQty Abstract\ Co. A.FURSELL PROPRUTOa .fair eoadittoa. bet tbs dry food har *
iJ7 began to Acay.Orlaado Star. In. UcCooA.Potato tOPtllr4OdIP "

......:'OJUTWBLt '" Pioneer Florid. ;
A traveling maa ta aathorlty for th*

..IA.. Mat seat that Governor Jeaainga did .
BUILDING .. FLA.P.a. .
( RATES$a. o TO$J.SO PER DA not have aa aadteaca of oa* ........ Accommodatioaa for f'eaUe8ea

..-.. bending negroes at htamteeevlU only. Prodac buyers and a*>
.. Hotel Corner Aveno B and lib street ..... U. licitor will dad tat they ass
and "'- .eb. el TIUe p..aay.. laM Ie ha* more
a
& corer more territory IB
M.'M tYd a
.\i'.w MIAMI, FLA. rote than this May 1C h* ahoald k* from here Una fro* .* -day.......

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GENERAL r s BANKING" / / Fort Dallas! National Bank. SAVINGS' DEPARTMENT



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O.AI.J..J... T'H S 1. 00.000.00The










Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks for a report of their 'it,

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

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

in strength and business.


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

Bank at the close of business March :28th? 1904.




Asse-ts.. Liabilities.

Loans and Discounts. '. ... $163.955 Capital .$100,000 00

Overdrafts. . ... 25018 2.00000'

U. S. Bonds to Secure, Circulation . 25.00000 Profits.. 1,56972

-. Premium on the same. . ,. '.4375 National Bank notes outstanding. . 25700000

Dade County Bonds. S,000 oo Deposits . . . . . . 262,07093

Banking House. . . . . . 424| 13 .

t U. S. Bonds owned. . .$$56,625

Due from Merchants National

1 Bank ot New York . 19, '39 .38, .

Due. from National Bank of

Jacksonville . . 18,399 46'1

Due from Mercantile Ex- '

change Bank of Jacksonville 7.336 13 ,. ,

Due from Trust Companies of

I New York . i II 7,50020

Dye from State Banks and

1 Banker. 10,24908 1

Due front U. S. Treasurer. .. J.Aso oo

Cash on hand in vault . 33,263'5 153,78360 _


\ $3SM,640 65 $390,64065


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1 I I differing In the Record and Metropolis, '
any fool know* that a fish will measure -
fl7STHEBAfl I''! HOTEl ARRWALS longer when first caught than 1

.Y 'I ej i I 1 several week after when I U hui boon,I II ,i $5,000.00
a.
i skinned and mounted. There i i. but
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Captain Cook. In the Zora returned Ian Inch or two difference In then. n hand ,
,j BAY VIEW--
yesterday form Fort Lauderdale where rOft.d any fisherman who
| Mr and Mrs Jobs Ulfford. Princeton y
he bad been oo buxine wishes to be fair, mill sv I am cnrjrect. Palm Beach:Stock
S. N. J., P. A. Parnell. St. Angustlae;
In his tint ttatemebt Captain
mill Mr. Dean. Pompano; W. T. MbI<<.
Captain ROM and daughter go Intimated that 1 bad not } Closed
Ball said or : Being out at
Jacksonville next week in their Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Cramer.
to
the fish I claimed but In his
will make the New York; A. G. Zimmerman aDol.-it., taught -
yacht Jupiter. They second" admit that I have raii,;ht four.
hens H. C. Anderson, Daala; Mr. and )Ira.C. .
will return
and
trip leisurely the number I claim but harps on NEW
: Ohio J. K. I Just YORK COST
..J. la the falL The Jupiter halls H. KoonU. Crooksvllle. ; {what I told him and Captain Robertsand
Jacksonville. Captain Rose Small. New York; Percy Wilson. New !
from the difference In the |cncth a. -
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home. sad while there be may hare aawi 'I York; Wm. Johnson and family, Rich reported by the Record; sad MetropolisIt -- ----------

and more powerful engine fitted ; mond. can be figured la no other *ay hut 150

to 11<<. PIONEER this: Captain Ball has made two trips
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4 J. W. Wilson, S. S. Jack Cutler; W. I after tarpon and got no fish. I have: i I
Klondike, Cantata Ball bad out 1 Mens
The Thlshlo. Warsaw Island: Goo. Butler made two trip and got four 11>11I. CanI Nohby and Up-to-date Suits
boaD4: eommiHloa -
of railroad
a jolly party West Palm Beach; F. A. Bryan. E. G.I anyone fail to see the objectJealousy.It .
The party Made of Summer
men yesterday. Mills. Fnlford; W. A. Bates. Jacksonville t I* a rase of the shoe pinching and Weight Cheviots Honiesjmns. -
bit Trent to the fishing ground, and Ball l Is the one T1 Wool Crash
; Wm.: A. Hearst Btoomfeld. j Captain unfortunately ] and English Cricket
after catching 1 barracuda. 1 saapper.t
Ill; W. Passmore. JacksonTlile. pinched.As Cloth. WilsonBros Cluett
returned | andStar make
and one grunt
large grouper to Injuring the East Coast sad ,,
where an old fash- l 1 __ _____
Florida
to Cape SAN CARLOS- ,i the sport I wish to say that my catches __ ___
toned flahfry WM eJ$OJ'flI. So hungry I' David B. Taylor Atlanta; S. lower ,,do more towards advertisng this secUon -

were the boys for fish that Captain ,and wife Jackson Tenn.; Jno. B. Linden :,; of Florida than all the fish CapI 250
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H h- ,
Ban declare they ate up all the Frank Frantx Enid. OkL; P. Bel-i I I tale Ball has ever caught, I dress my

.forty or nor pounds.e. lido. Haraaa; Mrs. Knlner, Miss Kal-I[!own fish and preserve them for the Suits Mens Underwear

per, Savannah; C. H. Foy and |j''ow-un. and the fish I nine have will NOW ON ,
; The yacht Enterprise U off on a 'It Daytona: Chaa. E. Smith. Daytona; !: be shipped north and placed in conspicuous Wool, Balbriggan Lisle andFancy| Lisle

Angus- Wm. M. Williams. Isle of Pines; F. )(. place One of mem will be AT ---
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{ Doaa and wife Mm Kathleen P.1 placed ia the Colonial Ait-ade Cleveland
J, who are gathering! material for an Barter f city; Jos. J. O'Brien, St. Augustine by Dr. Law-ton. Another goes
Illustrated lecture and a aerial articleto I ; W. R. Tharin. Savannah. ,la a prominent club in flat city of Sewell'sTailoring ; Hats ForJMen.
of the leading
In one
be published
: which Mr. Ralph WortMngton! is a'

magazine, of the. *country.. THOMPSON ANSWERS. member; another goes 'k the First | -

National Bank. Parkersbirg. Vs. .
"1IIte.f .
The steamer Miami. Captain Says Captain Ball Is Simply I Jealous: and a fourth will be sent to )Ir. Ark '
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t: ailed this morning for Key West and of His Luck. erman la New York City for potting
, several passengers and 100MEWS
with
Haraaa ap la a club there. Establishment
The freight for
a very heavy freight. Editor Metropolis: These fish will an be hbelled with ;

this rout la acrnmolaUng tauter than la your Issue of the third Inst. Cap- the name of the catcher, lad the date ,- STRAW HATS.
tt* lOmal CM more It. and place caught and I feel certain will j ,
Bail fit further attack
e tala sees to my ...
e do more toward advertising tile East: You will] find --
,- Ball la busy stripping the veracity and conduct a* a sportsman.He baa'"er Anything you
Captain : Coast than anything Captain Ball 100MENS
the Utter pan of tills la his first article relative to
Klondike and says
behalf.
done la its wish in this stock
sad except.
week wilt take her up the river ,fake ratchW4>eiag reported that no I win la the future, a* la the past. ,

toy her up for the summer. The yacht 'names were mentioned.' That la true, report to the paper my catches 001' shoes which we are now FELT HATS.
Mr. ... M. George. __
owned by
CranaUa. but to Captala Ball never It
her but as I am the only one who has reported recur
I* expected to mara here from of his business and would only I sale] of
of next the catch of more than one tarpon .1 is none having a at our 200shoe
part
the early
ouUiera anise relieve. this eaoa, I'w... compelled make him feel bad.
win
week, whet Captain Ban Captain Ball admit that I am luckyla shoe store
take her north I Ifor deny the charge that I knew were Intended -
Ca.tara'Carae1 and will cruiseat for me. I getUag'fiah. I thank him for this CLOTH HATS.
she
where
the summer He farther says that I have made courtesy and would also iHte to throw r+- ter.

the different e resort. contradictory reports. I admit that I a bouquet at myself by saying that 11 i '--=r

CUveteaVOkio I did DOt tell him my correct catches, have been fortunate Ia catching most
'Jtr. Ralph Worthlagtoaof itye ,and did so oa purpose, because K was all the tote Bah caaght here. this season. 333.J; 3JJi? ?it.t-JtJJ3J? : ? 3 3.J3; 3.J-j; : 3. ...
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earlier
who was here none of his business how war fish I For Instance:. Three whlray and

with isesnsi-tarpon,and to expected had itch down good again luck (i caught.made here TIIer..ot that to DOt exaggerated a catch of,and fish has three ever large captured porpoise here which and no ODe created else I i JOHN SEWELL!! !! & BRO. }

-flnt of aut week aM will go oa j jMother If I am not mistake Captala Ball U
th excitement for the tourists here
cnlM U Ik* Barracuda with |. very food hand at stretching sera more 4

no-.... Mr.,\reports. I do not regard Captain Ball tha any Bah CapUla Ban has ever, .F
r Cayuim Worttlagtom.CharU win also took after UejttebMrtw I a* aa authority and one I taut tell aught EEFEEEEE : EEFF EEEEEFFFEE;

[ what I do. Very truly
ot amtlac his wasted!correctly your 31O-31212th'Street.
). while here.' Aa to the length sad else of the tab Chan n-...e. MIAMI rL.j. \.

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