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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 10, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. 1, No. 128. Us:. MIAMI, FLORIDA TUESDAY, MAY 10. 190*. OSf:: *. Pace 5 Cents




WANT HALL HENRY M. STANLEY THE BATTlE OF BAllOTS : BRAZILIAN AND PERUVIAN ., I GUN CLUB



GREAT EXPLORERDEAD. ; TROOPS
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Throughout Florida For County. State and..National I,


Professor of the Miami I London :Mar 1"-Sir Henry M Stan'ley 1 Offices New York, May 10.-The Herald cor. Being Prepared For

at Rio Janlero cables that
the African explorer vbox death respondent
a dispatch from Manaos announce*
Public SchoolA ma an.ouDled'e.rl, Uu moraine, Next Seasons Sport
that an Important battle has beet

I the parsed last.away- peacefully, conscious to i Voting In Miami is Lively and Interest Keen, Though the Best of fought between Braxlllaa forces and

I Peruvian, the latter being completely, I -
Before he died he expressed a desire Feeling Prevails...Largest Vote in History Being Rolled- routed I
tu be buried at the country seat Pun Ii
The Brazilian had started for i
CITIZEN INTERVIEWED I Hill but the question Is being discuss- Davis and Taliaferro Sure Winners and Balance of troops MANY IMPROVEMENTS
:Manao s. going directly to the front ,
of burying him in Westminster be- I
I led aide Livingston. i the Same Tcket! Appear Certain of Success m ben an acre of dispute became _Ie. i
I In spite of this It Is generally believed
(Henry M. Stanley was born neat ..The Votes Up To Noon. that there will be no war between Bra-

"'Says He Has Brought the School Up' Uenbeigh.: Walen. In ]841'. His original I all and Pern Being Made By Mr. John F. Ofi>e
lands. but hen
I name wa John Row w a /

From a Country Institution to One{I youth be war adopted by a man named Throughout Florida today the people are voting for county, state senatorial ,( BEDELL SUES A COLLEGE. j I and Associates to the Semtoofc ''
Stanley" and his n.mehanc..... I -
and candidate aud from Indications and thosetoday << I
congressional previous Club and Grounds-New
of the Best Places of learning lathe In 18S3 Stanley came to Americaand t Hi* Son Wa Hazed Collegs: Authorities StoryiaJ V
will be I
a very heavy vote polled.In V
located in New Orleans.. He en. I Refused to Act.New .
State-TUnIs His Salary Miami, district No. lo, one or the largest votes in the history of the I Adt loon to Club House-Sea Wl -
listed In the Confederate army at the
I town I* bring rolled up and while Interest .is keen and a Urge crowd ha (
beginning of the civil war, wa captured York May I4I.-Ed..d Bedellof RIver front
Should Be Raised In Recognition been around the polls all day, the bent of order baa prevailed and good I I 01 alkf, large New
I volunteered In the Federal arjmy this city has brought suit for lO.Onfl

of His Services and Recites VarIous and *a* later made an acting ensign feeling predominated. against Rt Stephen's Cortege at Annandale. Dock For Yachting Graf IsDrfre.ways -
about with and workers
Candidates were up and early and their supporters
i on the Ironclad Ticonderoca. I I N Y. The complaint allegesthat /
were hustling for votes. Campaign literature was la abundance and and Grounds la l'OVtL
Reasons For the Same. !: In 1116i1 he began his career a* a : while a student at the college Archer -
freely distributed Carriage were In demand ahd both horses ana TeBicte
traveler explorer and author. He ha I : Bedell,. the eighteen-year-old son '
In mo t I..ta_. were placarded with banners advocating the respective
visited every quarter of the globe and j lol )lr. Bedell was hazed by eight students -

: traveled through the depths and forests candidates. \I at St. Stephen' because he refused :::::
It seems to be a matter of general of Africa, having many terrible I The Fair building U proving .. Ideal! place far an election. It i* large : to join a secret society, and the M ( Job! f. of the .Srmiaol
regret that the Dade county school and roomy and very coot Across tile building there had been built a barrier ab ud who to
I Interested
experiences and hairbreadth college authorities refused to take any largely la
board had refused to assist la aiding escapes of boards, behind which were the Inspectors sad clerks. The booths are Miami
and
from death He was a man of great j satisfactory action la the matter. / realty numerous Improve-
the coned)I erected the sides of the building five side. screened
dtjr to Increase the salary I oa on each They are menu to be 1
endurance and will and was Mr. Bedell says that warrants ,*lll maa awe during the eom-
of Prof. Haft of the Miami public power with sheets of white cloth making It Imposslito for the crowd oa the out- I
universally respected : be Issued for !seven of the students, Inc rammer months, has returned to
school ) Hide of the barrier or others to see or note the Action of the voter on the the from
I charging felonious assault .- city New fork to fire hispenonal
A educator and Inside
Interested
prominent on attention
I' I to the making of
la the welfare The trouble that anticipated by to the of the ticket
of the school, la was nome owing length the club
gna grounds, Improvementsto
speaking of Professor Hall, the treat BIG TARPON CATCH and voters being unable' to mark their ballots ta Unallotted time proved a ARE MOVJNiTGUNSAnd the Seminole Club building and the Joi

improvement he has mad In the t myth the majority of those voting having marked and deposited their bal- i i building of a large breakwater and <

school, the Increased attendance, his lots Inside three minutes. dork to the club property

fitness and other qualities for the posltkfb During the lint hour $7 persons had voted and at 10.30 o'clock a total of Mr. Olive is now rushing ahead thCUB ,,.

he boldly said: I :li votes had been cast. This is an Indication that no trouble was experienced crab I.
around which will be beated
.When. Professor Hall took charge Made By Mr. N. M. George and His/, with the ticket the voter having previously and Intelligently selected, Preparlnglfor New CJmaifl t to near the old, golf:
oT the Miami public school two term the candidates for whom they would Vote.
Guests / fall land ha already Uwa r...*.-.a.::.
.ago this Institution of learning had I Although Impossible to tell how the candidate are running It is evident !1 within a few days a rand stand and F'

decidedly leas than two hundred pupils that Davis and Taliaferro are leading: their opponents handsomely' &DIY'I I I accessary trnrtare will be under war. P 4

and only about half the assistant j I that Clark baa developed great strength la th*> strirt and w'!l be Ilkety [ It I I. the Intention of )fr. Olive and

BOW employed. He, at once went to I I returned with a majority, or at least a plurality. I Ii I the other promoter associated with 4
Aboard the Tact Graaatsa at MctacmbcTei I local situation bright for i i Russian (Now Strongly Etreackd' at.1i
work to build .p the school and Increase The appear the old boo_rd of county confmlMiloner I him to make trap aborting a feature t.

Its efficiency. How well I he hassaceeded being returned victor a* well a* all other candidate of the same facti.m. \ HUJiI
fIDe risk Land -Tbe Yacht i Anp.i4-.Art** feairaicjtjfcj lof I the tourist season here The crack
I* attested by the condition I except poeslbly' the sheriff. Frohock easily leading his tlckethough. hv nomeans shots of the ('OII..t"III be invited

of the school today on the eve of closing !Niw here EviJte North. I being certain of success.It I Brigands and Casing Terror. i' down and as nothing will .be spsre1to
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his second term. I will be tomorrow at leant before the InRpertorx. vyfinish counting the make the grounds among the finest

The school BOW has about four hundred returns of this district aid possibly two or thrne)ihn'* In-fore the complete In the world there I I. little douX but

pupil and several more teachers. I II' II county returns are In and the result known. that the Sfiort will become very punii- -
and the responsibilities of Prof. Hall Ten tarpon I la the record of the auxiliary That there will aim tie a second primary 1 Iw4evldent and It I is probable that New Chmang.[. :Monday delayed In lar amongthe! sportxinen wintering

have almost If not quite, doubled. He I' schooner yacht Granatsa. owned !, In every county office there will be cwnte,,Hnr candidate In the second event I transmission flve Russian regl here

j* devoted to his school and teacher r i by )Ir. N. M George of Danbury. No Information has been received from other districts. though It Is presumed I meats In the garrison: here, four have 1: Today Contractor Hahn started" th. '

.Trad scholars alike are devoted to him. I ConD.. and his guests Dr. J. T. Downs ''I that the same goal l ordr Is pKvalMnc! and a large vote being polled i I II..ft.l and the other received" orders to work of putting nn the second *t<'TJ

The school Is flourishing and unlike and Dr. J. R Bacon of the same place, I, The inspectors In this district te. M Hurd in.p. L. A. Oiborne and J. F !, leave today, but this was canceledlater. of the minole Club building In the j

the country Institution of two yean i since the ,th of lout month. Jandon. with M. R. KetTura avrferk. Tuttle reervatkm The new story will I V ]
will The Metropolis will glvexfnll detail tomorrow of the returns asfar i I The Russians, are strongly I ...at..D..hI' -
It favorably !
now ass.
-ago compare |: The Granatsa, which has been out be ti by Ci feet l>y 14 In the celling felt.
school I. the State This obtainable.. / 1 "" at Anplng.: where the gun from the
with
any :Jon the last trip since the lint of the / and will consist of .parlor. receptiubrnum
ran. la s measure, be attributed to the month returned to port yesterday afternoon I t Ii I- I New Cbwang forts have been sent *. etc The Interior will ,lie furnished t.
been conducted GIVEN IJ-'AS LOST ,I PRESS SETS IN DEM f In an unconfirmed native report the
manner IB which It has and tied up at the Seminole i i In bard woods. and will 1* made

by Prof. HalL I Club duck with her owner and guests i, I 1, RiiHKian are attempting to Induce Chl- { an Inviting a* It I I. pmtxilile to make It.
"It Is trIM $10000 per month salaryIs aboard. On this trip the party landed |Fate of Two Sealing Schooner And :Moreanted Than Can Be Had At | flees guild: to take over the local government A otory addition will alas be r.

a good Hm, but It Is customary In six of the ten tarpon They were all I Crew Unknown.i Conventions here in <.*.. of the complete built In the rear of the building by i'

all branches at business to reward caught at the lower Matecumb, i I I I i Irracnution of the tn.. u. Mr. Hahn which will lie IV by 31' fret

merit and ability according to its .The following Is the total catch of ': ,Victoria a C. May ]A.-The *eallnfcschooners Washington, May 10.-The demand : If this i is done the foreign consul' and will lie used for kitchen<< dining

worth If Professor Hall was worth I the party beginning with the first' Triumph and Cmbrina of for press vats st the two national con- will protest a* the Russians are. known room etc<<

that amount two yean ago he Is certalaly cruise on April 'th- this port h.vea given ..pOtIt venuuu far exceeds the rapacity of 'to ,lie communicating with Chinese In the srnunfo a- stone break at"l

worth more to day. He ask April 9.-Mr. N M. George, one tarpon I at sea with all hand. Captain Hans I the space set apart for tae newspapers |Il brigands and stirring up a state or terrot l is being 'iillt along the river front i>f

.. ilar but a small Increase and I eonsciatiously measuring ( feet ( Inches aDd I Ii of the sealing schooner Jessie. which I lot the country 'At the fhlravo convention I among the natives. the entire club property and over this

believe the"county and city weighing 1T:( pounds. I i. has Jut arrived from a cruise along there will be r fl. seats In the I, will be constructed a large and substantial -

should show their appreciation of his April 19.-Dr. Downs, 5 feet 1 Inchand the coast from California to Queen I press reservaton and already there i FOLLOWED RCSSIANS I'P HIIJJShaiiKhaiKwsn. dock 4:?) feet In length: The

service and grant the same weighing 70: pounds. Charlotte Islands picked up south of have been received l.3" applicationsThe I : May l"--it j* reported dock will be private and will .be used

..Tb* interest and future.* our chit April IS.-Mr, George four feet 10 i the Columbia river, broken sailing demand for seats at the St. Louis here that the Japanese First Army for the mooring of yachts and ulher
at stake. boats and of a schooner I convention also is far In of the Corps having followed the Russians
dyes and those to come are inches weighing 50 pounds. canoes, pert excess pleasure craft that frequent thin port

Should Professor Hail leave us the result May 2.-Dr. Bacon<< 6 feet 1 Inches rail.. davit and other tackle belongingto I capacity of the space reserved for the overtook The roadways through: the club

might be damaging, and I. for one weight M pounds the schooner Vmbrina. When last press At the recent meeting. here of I gruunil: will be changed and( Improvedand

believe. that the county school board May 2.-Mr. George 5 feet :3 Inches, spoken the sealer I was beaded for the 'the subcommittee having charge of the i I south of Lao Yang and a severe engagement the ground olherw.w: Improvedand

should rescind their derision and grant weight tl pounds. west roast of Vancouver Island to land seating at Chicago. It was decided that ensued. beautined" with flower bed, etc.,

the raise. The man dont always ft May %.-Mr. George 5 feet C Inches her mate who was very I1L Since then notice shond be given that applications I i The Japanese dragged their gun up i that will lend greatly to their alreadyattractive

the place. Professor Hall does. ,1,('. weight JJ pounds she has not been heard of and Is king not received prior to May 20 shallbe bill heretofore believed unsurmonnta- ( appearanceSeveral .

keep kim" I Mar i--Mr. George. C feet :2 Inches, over due. The t'mbrina was owned by given 'no consideration. Applications II I ble, the Russian continuing their retreat thousand dollar will be "//1-

TO one HIS D.9CRETKJX. I IDiUlagham weight lit pounds Captain "'pp<<. now In eastern Cana 1 for seats! I. the press reservationat '.' north. pended by Mr Olive and his aiworlate

May 7.-lr. George < feet 4 Inches da. She carried a half white half Indian If the Chicago convention should besent A division of the First Corps is no* In the work now under way and nothing -

4ssa.ader Gives AuthorIty eight 14A pounds crew, twenty-three In ail sad was to W*; Stone, customhouse, Baltimore I approaching New Cbwaag. which I* or no expense will he pared to

to Recognize Blockade.Washington. May 7.-Mr. George, 5 feet 7 inches one of the largest of the Beet In Queen : and for the St. Louis convention garrisoned by only a handful of Russians. make It among the best and moat 1.I faviting -
:(weight lOll pounds. Charlotte Sound. Captain Hann found i to Chirles H. Hans press gallery. 1 The Japanese scouts have .....- ,1
Mar le.-It was announced : to their friend and the tonrt-4
today .,,",5rC eswzaR vbgkqj cmfwy cmfwmm a schooner's boom with a sail attached House of R"II'PIIf'atatl..hlaItOll.. seen six miles from New Chwaag .publicPAYMASTER.
Department
the
that,Commander at Navy DlmD .... commaadlag It will be seen from the above that and from Indications known to him ''D. C. i Nineteen women, the last civilian i ii J

had 'been instructed Mr. George caught eight of tile ten he believes that belonged to the Triumph :i to leave. New Chwang. arrived< hen KILLED BY BANDITS:
Detroit
the
to recognise! the blockade established fl..h. The greatest catch was on May also long over due. and not PENSACOLA LAWYER 8CED (I: today and confirmed the report of the Gaines Met./ May 10.-Othon Qnlafjano. -

by tile government of San :. when three were caught, and the amongst the fleet BOW bound for the I i Pensacola. May 10.-A suit la the ;I I evacuation of that_place t the paymaster of the National

he deems It effective' Theblockade next greatest on the th, when two Siberian roast The Triumph carrieda ,sum of ftO.om..* been brought by Ben I Railroad of Tehnaatepe*. wms asaalted -
Domingo If -
established at Monte were landed white crew of nineteen, and was the jamln S. Llddnn of Marianna. repre- CALLED OUT RESERVES. by five bandit between Palomares

was action forecasts the determination !I Besides the tarpon. Dr. Bacon landed I oldest and largest of the Victoria seal ating W.:1.: Hnekin against Attorney i I St Petersburg May' 1/ .-An Imperial and Para de Bnquea. One bullet went
This
Christi
of the State Department a thirteen-foot hammerhead sharK ,era The owners have abandoned hope. B. C. Tunlsno of this city and At- ukase Issued today call oat the through: his body and_a uacbette aJDMHit -

to the ovrameatV having. with her thirty-three youn; : tiirneys Boone and Calhoun of Marl'anna. reserve of several districts with the cut his bead In two. He died
to extend fall recognition THE COTTON MARKET.New ;' ,
MrrakJ. .II IIaJnM7' shark about to be spawnad. I view of completing the units to be from the effect of his wound. Two
President
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tentative. Tonight )lr. George and his- guest York May le.-Fata opened Te suit is In connection with the sent to the far east from tne mltltar ,of his peon were wounded, one of them
has bee give a steady. May. 1350: June -; July lUC .
; district of Kleff and Moscow.A
It... taken. upon tst will leave for their home la Da.bar.1 j jConn Hmkln bankruptcy case, which<< occupied very seriously l The bandits got away
reeogaltiOB. August. 13.32 September. 11.ST. October.
; semi-official from Muk
dispatch
tot I public attention during th.S".De < with between IJ.ftO and t3.)1)/1. Thernrale
report of Commander DlUil.eum ]! I II 11."' November ll.i: ; December.
I ; den dated today denies the report that I I
htonhs gmenmcat Captain Dick Carney, who has bee" Impeachment trial here, being have punned them.Z ,
elect that tile |I hit 1131. .
: January the Japanese have captured Port Delay ,
of the laid b.I .
principal charge -
*maintaining. a gunboat at tie entrance i!i H command of the Grannies duriatthe | O-M
to the harbor of Monte Chnxti ,,: past season, and who Is one of tV i I fuN the Congressional snb-commltte I I ROOSEVELT DELEGATES

against any fore* the lasnrgenu''Nit skippers on the Florida roast. wit't j.charge of the boat again next season to show mismanagement. la bankruptcy |I STEAMERS HELD IN PORT. I ISeouf. I New Orleans, Mae 1*.-1 M. Vance,

Chan when she returns. cases by Judge 8..,... and Fabacber,
would probably be able to gather. This tin the yacht over to Captain : a negro lawyer Joseph

kt tile last pout on tile Inland whet' i i i 1x11 tomorrow and he will prepare he- Later la the summer Mr. George, COTTON CONTRABAND April M Delayed In transmission white, were named a* RonnevMt delegate .
aDd probably the same guests, will Join ).-The Japanese authorities to the State convention the
the Insurrection survive, and It to understood :, for the trip to New York getting away i, by
that If tile supply of arm ,,the latter part of the week. Captain I II tile Graaatsa la New York and cruise St. Petersburg. May !!-AB mpor- bYe peremptorll.ru-t to allow I Cohen faction last sight They will

and- ammunition ma be cut off price I I Carey win spend the summer at his i about tile Northern C'CIUtu., returning teat order gazetted' this morning declares steamer to sail for Chemulpo for ChN contest the seating of the Lily White
her .. the falL rottoa contraband of war aampo, or to leave that port
Grove her with
Cocoanut and win take I delegation.
home at
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.. WANT HALL-- --- HENRY M. STANLEYGREAT THE BATTLE OF BALLOTS- BRAZILIAN AND PERUVIAN 'GUN -CLUB




EXPLORER; TROOPS IN


-\ RETAINEr DEAD. BEING FOUGHT TO-DAY BATTLE.New GROUNDS


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Throughout Florida For County. State and National I, '


Professor of the Miami i I London May 1"--Sir Henry M. Stan- 1 Offices York, May 10.-The Herald correspondent Now Being Prepared For

Rio Janlero cable that
1 wbob death at
II.y. the African explorer: ,

Public School was announced early this morning a dispatch from Manaoa announce Next Seasons Sport
that an Important battle ha beet

i the paiuHNl last.away peacefully, conscious to {Voting In Miami is Lively and Interest Keen, Though the Best of fought between Brazilian force and

I Peruvians, the latter being completely -
{I Before he died he expressed a desire. |! Feeling Prevails...Largest Vote in History Being Polled--- routed.
to be buried at the country seat Fun

A CITIZEN INTERVIEWED I] Hill but the question. I._being discussed Davis and Taliaferro Sure Winner>i and Balance of Mangos The Brazilian going directly troops. had to started the front for ,i MANY IMPROVEMENTS

of burying him In Westminster beside -
,| Livingston. i the Same Ticket! Appear Certain of SuccessThe S hen an acre of dispute became _te. I -
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In spite of thin It I. generally believed *
(Henry M. Stanley was born neat ... Votes Up To Noon. that there will be no war between Bra-
V.DJeljlb Wale, in 1844. His original I, ; Being Made By Mr. John F. Olin
s He Has Brought the School LI II namwas John Ro.laDd".:but when a xii 1 and ..rn. I i ,

youth he .a.. adopted by a man named BEDELL I and Associates to the Semiaoie f."
From a Country) I Institution to Oo< Throughout Florida today the people are voting for county state, senatorial I SUES A COLLEGE.
11 1 Stanley and his name changed.In .
and candidate, .ud from Indication and those
congressional previous I Club and Grounds-New V
of the Best Places of Learning k. 1SU Stanley came to Americaand His Son Wa Hazed-College Authorities Story and
will be polled
today a very heavy vote fIn *
located in New Orleans.. He enlisted i I Refused to Act '
the State-Thinks His Salary ', Miami, district No. 10. one of the largest Totes In the history of the : Addition to Cbb House-Sea war
In the Confederate army at the
I! town Is being rolled up and while Interest. 'U keen and a large crowd has .
beginning of the civil ,'ar. wa captured New York. Mayj! ID.Edward Bedell River froat
and
i on New
Should Be Raised la Recognition been around the polls all day, the best of order ban prevailed and good j a large
this ha brought cult for 110.000
I volunteered In the Federal ar- : /lof city

of His Services and Recites Various .'|101', and was later made an acting ensign feeling predominated. against St. Stephen' Cortege at Aa- I Dock for Yachting Grafts-I ive-
Candidate were up and about early and with their supporters and workers I .
on the Ironclad Ticonderoga. I II nandale, N. Y. The complaint allege
were hustling for vote Campaign literature was In abundance and and Grounds
Reasons For the Same. i In 186: he organ his career a* a 4 that while a student at the college Archer ways bproved.
I '1 freely distributed. Carriages were in dtom.Dd"'d both horse ana ventcie
traveler explorer and author. He ba i 11 Bedell..the eighteen-year-old son
.
,' In most Instances' were [placarded with banners advocating the respective
oj _. visited every quarter of the globe and I candidate i | of Mr. Bedel Ji. was hazed by eight students } .*
'traveled through the depth and forest at St Stephen' because h* refused -
it seems to be matter of general The Fair building .U proving aa Ideal place for an election.' It I* large JoI.; Mr. John 1;. **'
of Scmiaol
Olive the
of Africa, having many terrible I to a secret society and thecollege
regret that the Dade county= school and roomy and very coot Aethe building there had been built s barrierof Club and who la
Interested >
experiences: and hairbreadth authorities refused to take any largely la ,
hoard had refused to assist IB aiding Neall"trom I board, behind which were the Inspector and clerk TIle booth are I Miami .
and
death. He wa a man of great satisfactory action IB the matter. realty numerous Improve- \r
the city council to Increase the salary erected on the side of the building five on each aid*. They are screened to '
endurance and will and 11'// Mr. Bedell says that warrants will menu to mane Hn daring the eon- y
of Prof. Hall of the Miami public power with sheets of white doth making It Impossfil* for the crowd on the outside ,ling has
universally respected to Issued for seven of the students, summer mouths returned to
chooL ) i of the barrier or others to see or note the action. of the voters oa the I charging felonious assault. i the city from New York to give his'

A prominent educator and ODe Inter- Inside. Z
personal attention
to the making of
ested U the welfare of the *school In The trouble that was anticipated by some owing to the length of the ticket I the club "V
gun ground. Improvement
peaking of Professor Hall, the great BIG TARPON CATCH and voter being unable to mark their ballot la tha allotted time, proved a ARE MOVING GUNS to the Seminole Club building and the y.

Improvement he. ... md U the myth the majority of those voting having marked and deposited their bat- i l r building of a large breakwater. aa4dock

school the Increased attendance his. lot Inside three' minute
to the clots property. }f..
fitnea and otJaft'aliUM for the poritldh During the Bret hour >7 persons had voted and at 10.30 o'clock a total of Mr. Olive I. now rushing ahead. the f .

h* hold, said: I :IS votes had been east This is an Indication that no trouble was experienced club

."Whem Professor Hall took chargeof Made By Mr. N. M. George and fist with the ticket the voter having previously and Intelligently selectedthe JUd Preparing for New Clmaag to, ed gun near the ground old golf which club will link be.local-The .

the Miami public school two term candidate for whom they would Vot. '
Guests ran land ha already Been irfub-i t;:i ;. .
i iAUard
ago this institution of learning had II Although Impossible to tell how the candidate* are running It I* evident '
I within a few da?* a grand stand and r;;
decidedly lea than two hundred that Davis and Tailaferro are leadingtheir handsomely and
pupiL opponent I j accessary structure' will be under way r".. -
and only about half.the assistant that Clark baa developed great strength In tblXiatrirt and w"l be likely 1 It Is the Intention of Mr. Olive and *-4-

now employed. He, at once, went to I II returned with a majority or at least s plurality. tbe other promoter associated with !

work to bund .p the school and increase the Yacht t Craoatsa at McUctmtTen TIle local situation appear bright for the old bc:rd of county commissioner fasten Now Strom DrtreaxM at i him to make trait shooting a feature $- ..

Its efficiency. How well be ha being returned victor a* well a* an other candidate of the same fa'tlon.I I
Fine lauM-The held I Anp nG-Are Ommookattag Wttli of the tourist season here. The crackshot ,.
acceded U attested by the condition I except possibly the sheriff Frohock easily leading his ticket, though by no I of the country will lie Invited. ." ":

of the school today on the ere of elc>*-i ft w Here ferrite: North. I mean being certain of success. I Brigands and Caistog Terror. i down and as nothing will he spared.

lug his second term. It will be tomorrow at .least before the Inspectors can finish counting the ,I
make the
to grounds: among the finestIn
The school now ha about four hundred -J return of this district aid possibly two. or three days before the complete the world, there Is little dou but -
In and the result known. I : ..
pupil and several more teacher. county return are that the sport will become very popular ::
cad the responsibilities of Prof. Hall I Ten tarpon Is the record of the aux- ': That there will aim to a second primary Is evident and It l is probable that New Chvang. Monday (delayed. In among the sportsmen wintering

have almost If not quite doubled. He diary M hooner yacht Granataa. owned 1 In every county office there will be rntef>tinp candidates In the second event I transmission).-Of five Russian regiments here 1.1

..Js devoted to his school and teacher by Mr. N. M. George of Danbury i iI ii No Information ha been received from other district, though It Is presumed i In the garrison here, four have i Today Contractor Hahn started th. !4';'
scholar alike devoted him. I I II that the good ord-r Is prtrslMnc! and large left and the other received orders to
] t are to i Conn, and his guests Dr. J. T. Downs i same a vote being polled I work of putting on the second story .
The school U floorlhlng and unlike I and Dr. J. R. Bacon of the same place ',, The Inspectors la thin' district are.. M. Burdine, L. A. Osborae and J. F I leave today but this was canceledlater. of the Seminole Club building In the J

the country Institution of two year ;|, si nee the 9th of last month. Jaudon. with M. R. Keltum aa clerk. I Tuttle reservation The new story will :;t

typo It will BOW compare favorablywith !I The Granatsa.. which ha been out ] The Metropolis will give full details tomorrow of the return* a* far as The Russians are strongly entreix tied '' be 311 by Cl feet by II In the ceiling S
school IB the State. This ': obtainable. at Anping where the gun from tlie
any on the last trip since the Bret of the and will consist of pwrlors. rereptiou .*
can. la a measure, be attributed to the month returned to port yesterday aftterooon I I I New Chwang forts have been sent f
rooms, etc The Interior will lie furnished *
tanner IB which It ha been conducted i and tied up at the Seminole GIVEN t'P AS LOST. I I PRESS SEATS IN DEM.VXD I II .I. In an unconfirmed native report the In hard moods and will lie made ';.
I i I Russians are attempting to Induce Chinese -
Prof. HalL -
ed
I Club dock with her owner and guests II I I : as inviting as It Is possible to make It. ;;II!
"It la true $100.00 per month salary aboard. On this trip the party landedsix ''Fate of Two Sealing Schooner And ,,, More Wanted Than Can Be Had At I I guilds to lake over the local gov- A two-story<< addition will alas be ...

to a good sum, but It I. customary In Crew Cnknown. Convention eminent here. In case of the complete .
: of the ten tarpon. They were t\\ I built In the rear of the building by I*
all brancbet at business to reward "caught at the lower Wat<
merit and ability according to Its The following 1 I. the total catch of Victoria B. C.. May 10.-The sealing I, Washington May 10.-The demandfor j If this I I. done the foreign rnnvil. and will. lie user for kitchen, dining

worth. If Professor Hall was' worth I t the party beginning with the first schooner Triumph and L'mbrina of ,,, press seats at the two national con- I will protest. as the Russians' are knownto 'I room. etc. j
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that amount two year* ago, be .U certainly cruise on April 9th: this port have been given up a* lost I 1 venuuuk far exceeds the capacity. of I.. communicating with Chinese In the grounds a stone brreakwateeIs f

worth nor to day.; He ask April 9.-Mr. N M. tieorge, one tarpon at sea with all bands. Captain Hannof I!! the space set apart for tae newspaper I brigands and stirring up' a state or terror being iniilt along the river front of

mall Increase and I consci- measuring C feet C inches and the sealing schooner Jessie, which i I of the country. At the rhlcaxo" cnnventlon I among the natives. the entire club opertv and over this j
sttiou.ly
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believe the county and city weighing 17C pound has just arrived from a cruise along I there will to rm seat In the will. to constructed a large and ml.- j I

should allow their appreciation! of his April 1 .-Dr. Down, S feet 1 Inch the feet In length. The |

am hie and grant the aame."The and weighing 70 pound Charlotte Island picked op south of have been received l.Ji" application I ShatxhaiKvaa., May 1-tt ;* report ;, dock will to pri\ale and will be u"'ed ;
tureen children the Columbia river broken sailing The demand for seats the St. Louis ed here that the Japanese! First Army i -
latereat and es our April 26.-Mr. George four feet 10 at I for the mooring of vachts and other '

sad thoM to,comei are at take. Inche.. weighing SO pounds. boats and canoes, part of a schooner I!I convention also U far In ,,]C,..... of the Corp having followed. the Russian. ple..- ire crafts that frequent this' port. _

Should Professor Hall leave n* the result May 2.-Dr. Bacon. G feet < Inches, rail davit and other tackle! belonging I capacity i of the space reserved for the 'retreating from the Yalu river, overtook The roadway through the crab j

might be damaging and I. for one. weight S> pound to the schooner Umbrlna. When last:' p....*. At the recent meeting here of them yesterday twenty milessouth ground wilt to changed and Improved }

better that the eouaty school board May {.-Mr. George S feet 3 inches spoken tile sealer wa headed for the'I 1'the ubcommittee having charge of the I of Llao Yang and a severe engagement and the ground otherwise Improvedand ,

should.rescind their derision sad grant weight\ tl pound wet coast of Vancouver Island to land seating at Chlcago.lt was decided! that ensued beautified with flower .bets, ..te.,
dont always fit her mate who was 111. Sine then notice should be given that I' The Japanese dragged their gun up I
the raise. The man May 2.-Mr. George S feet < Inches very applications that will .lend greatly to their already '
the place Professor H.II....*. Let' weight *3 pound she ha not been beard of and .ls long not received prior to May 20 shall i bills heretofore believed unsurnxmnta-I I attractive appearance.

', keep ...."_ May S.-Mr. George, C feet I Inches, over due. The fmbrina was owned by j' be given! no consideration. Appllca-!I j ble. the Russians continuing their retreat Several thousand dollars. will. be expended 1

TO C8K HIS DiSCRKTIO.Vaaader weight\ lit pounds. Captain Pepoet BOW IB eastern Cana tlons for teats la the press mervatloL I I north. [ by Mr Olive and hi. associates .
da. She carried a half w.lte. half at the Chicago convention should to'sent A division of the First Corp U ....
May 7.-Mr. George s feet 4 Inches.eight 1.-1 In the 1I'orDOW under way and BothIng. -
.
la at, aad W approaching New Oiwang. which Is ,
144 pounds dian crew, twenty-three to F.Stone. customhouse Baltimore will to
DtUlngham Given Author or no expense: spared to ,
Ity to Rerognlxe I .Blockade.WaitblngtoB. May 7.-lr. George S feet 7 Inches, one of the largest of the fleet la Queen and for the St Louis convention garrisoned by only a handful of Russians. make It among the tout and must ,.-

.,weight 100 pound Charlotte Sound. Captain Haaa founda to Chiles H. Hann. press gallery The Japanese scouts hare bee the 1
Mar 1*.-It was anoaBced vlting to their friends and tourist i
at the Navy Department today .c0e5rC eawzaR vbgkqj cmfwy cmfwmn schooner's boom with a sail attached I House of R"PftIM'otatl..bIDItOII.. seen six: miles. from New Cnwaag public

It will be seen from the above that and from Indications known to him I II D. C.i Nineteen women, the last civilian !
commanding -- --- -
that Commander Dillingham. he believe. that belonged to the Triumph ''to .leave. New Chwang. arrived ben -'
Detroithad been Instructed Mr. George caught eight of the ten PAYMASTER KILLED BY BANDITSOaxaca.

to the recognise the blockade| established Csh. The greatest catch was on MayS I also long over due. and not I PENSACOLA LAWYER SLED.Pensacola I today and confirmed the report of thee )tn.. May 10.-Othon QulaJano. -

by the government of( San when three were caught and the I amongst the fleet now bound for the May to.-A suit la the +_atlOII of that place. I the paymaster of the National

rb.taco'if be de-m It effective. The next: greatest on the '7th.: when two Siberian coastThe Triumph carried i{urn of 10.000 ha berg brought by Ben i Railroad of Tenuaatepe. .was aMault'ed -
a white crew of nineteen, and wa the : CALLED OUT RESERVES.
established at Monte I were landed. fmmln S. IJd"of Marianna. reprewntlng by five bandit between Palomara
blockade warn I i: .oldest and largest of the Victoria sealer 1- i i St. Petersburg' May 10.-Aa 111Ir -
artion forecasts the determination Besides the tarpon. Dr. Bacon landeda I I W. :l. Hooklns. againtt Attorney and Paso de Buq_ One bullet went
ChrML This
of the State Department thirteen-foot hammerhead shade l! *. The owner. have abandoned hope. B. C. Tnnlann of this city and Attorney r pertal ukase issued today call out thereserves :I! through: his body and a machette al-
of several districts with tile
to the *oreramentV having with her thirty-three yona? Boone and Calhoun of Martanna. mot to eitead fall recognition MARKET.New ,.
THE COTTON to
the
of to
view completing untts
UcnkA wh.-cli :shark about to to pawnd. I the effect of his wound. Tw.
President
tentativerecognition Tonight Mr. George and his guests York. May I.-hta. opened Tie suit t* In connection with the sent to the far east from the mttltarldistricts I of his peon were wounded, one of themvery
already has bees given a steady May 1350: Jan -: July lU'Aap.t. of Kleff and M.........
it waa taken upon ta.. will leave for their home la Danbury j Hnnkln. bankruptcy case which occupied seriously. The bandits got a'.ywltb
11.87 Ot-
13.32September.. : link-
Cnoa. public attention during the A semiofficialdispatch from between. 12.00 and $3.000. The
resort ot Commander DUIu-gmm toj j tober. 11.40 November. 11.W; o.e..m.bft'
den dated today denies the report that I
i I'
that the Monies gin Pr.t Captain Dick Carney, who ha been. Swayne Impeachment trial here, being in rale* have pursued' them.
Uw efeet I 11.2 January 1131.
:
the Japanese ban captured Port Dalay
dnriat ate of the principal charge laid be-
"' --alaUlalag a gunboat tLe eeI|I command' of the Graaataa i I

trance to the harbor of Mont Christi i the past season, ..411'110 I* one of th I| fore, the Congressional nb-coranjrtt II I ROOSEVELT DELEGATES.

against any force the taswrgeetal!N-st skipper on the Florida coast wfl' |charge of the boat again next: season". ,to bow mismanagement IB bankruptcy I I STEAMERS HELD IN:' PORT. I New Orleans, May 10J. M. Vance
.
would probably to able to gather. TbUat tint the yacht over to Captain Chas when she returns. : case by Judge Swayn a negro lawyer. and Joseph Fabacber,

the Island whetthe.lnurrertloB 1 33-ell tomorrow and he win prepare bee Later la the rammer Mr. George, Seoul April 34 (Delayed la traasmlaalna white were named a* Roosevelt delegates -
oa
the laM point
COTTON .
CONTRABAND.8t
arrive and It to uni,i fnr the trip to New York. gettiag.away i and probably the same guests will Join ).-The 1apIIIIthorI&s to the State-eonveation by the 1

dentood that If tile supply- of arm'
and ammunition can he cut off |<*tce will spend the summer at his. I I about the Northern coast resort. returning : order gazetted this morning declares steamers to sail for Chemulpo for ChNampo. contest the seating of the Lily Whitedelegation. t

will to restored. the Waad. I home at Cocoanut Grove and will takes here with her In the fait cotton contraband of war ,, or to leave that port. 1 1j j l J

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DIR1CTORT u I I Atra.ihjr. J. C. KJot H. VA 1 i HOW IT FELT TO DIE.strtokea For Member County Exeeallve Ba* -
6IMEKAL i SPLE !, miltae for First District
R. Lommam. J. E. BALLOT 8 FOR THE PRIMARY.
bby
STATE riCEM. ...y.I...... kr H_... r-II- C W. MaPHERSON.For .
Alkti H. P. LaSaU A.. U i ..... T.U. .( O*..h-. A.........
K.traor-W. B JMBrteorotan .... Lem... C. D. I I Member County Executive woavmittes
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ol ....-H.C.Crawtord.IMplroberAloaw Brown W. M 1 With Intense Interest the IUf'DlbrnI

O.t room. : Bush F. C. McDonald. J. A. i I of the metlirjl profession have bt'ftI for Second District
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Tr..rse-d... __raII.%. k.aut.Aom B. wIII.ld..t.pen.Is..ea I Burdin .V. M. ),(&TB&rl. W. c.BrlDfton. d.:*.URsini; the rruiarkaUk record "'ft .. -- F. M. POWELL:
I I
.. i Partial List of the;]} Candidate
t el rublte 1s.v.etbawP E. T. Merrill. Z. T.Brm.ly.R ; fur wlctx-e\ liy the late Dr. etrplw a E. KNIGHT.
-'.. E. A. CRAWFORD.
___el Acrtrultare[. [. YCUs.y.taaate.eraJ. L. Mailer. G. I'aul Truex of New York, who wbr For Member County Executive Committee
to be Voted For in This C. a CODRINGTON.Wv .
U. turoowti .
dues. attack of scut
.u-'kO'tl by an
1". H. for Third District
N f"'. latenal 1..1'.16Tlw" Bailey B. M. Xleytrm. !

'-' t....'.verwr1.... .*.oaiutraHor OaauaioMoavr.. Tr.s.un.Aa..ay ol Attv ..r., I Budge H. C. llone. Fred S.Brouler. I to dilation but fellow of the|>hnHlan.bmrL raliuljr.. Uw irnnatkiu Je Til-.. : County at the Primary JOHN A. HOCKER.M. BRYAN.J. JR.. GEO. W. POTTER.W.

f. G. D. Moore. T. V. L METCALF.For .
t.r.M ol MvattM-TW Go er.or. Metitery I .f .|firu''<''II)D,' tlmlb. nay ther. D. CLOCCK.
AUtfrart-Ua. Ttesunr.iuena.e.deat.f i" J. M. McDonald W. H.Bun. Election. Member County Execnilve Committee -
ol stale. fabilc laMmctlaa.oarol .. Burdlne. York Journal Intil uVatb neulvd. hillp I I JOHN A. HENDERSON.'

: state I..uTlieen". .. F. W. McKlnnoa. G. 'A. + forrter.itra minutn after be iveeJ for Fourth District
.... W. E. ANDERSON.
**f* arT W Hale. Treasurer *umtj-il SuarrlBMM (. Blackman E. V. Nelson. Edwtn fr..u the she of a patient up.n R. H. ROSSEAU.For
*. ..-_ol Aerwslt.r..a4 J. W. ADAMS.
ol r.kltc _- Challle. W. H. Peck R. J. 111 I how be haul U-eu. irrforuiiug an upI Member County Executive Committee -

lt.a.d ef Pardee.-'Ike o....._... Meteta"- W. W. eratton. l>r. T"..-'. alilx>uih .ull'.rla& I I GUT L METCALF.
ol *u e. Aauney-uvurnl and (_.... Cohen. I. ProuU I For the Information of the Democratic for Fifth District ..
K .. .......-..... Cheatham. J. H. Patterson, S. L. : terrilile .Kua,. mniiniml to purtray tl>" J. N. WHITNER. J. 8. SUNDAY
...,. L R Rune.errxCUCgTJCDua. i voter of the county a aampli ,
wore" (. 1: feeling of a rMim of heart tailor. JOHN Q. SMITH.G.
Conrad J. A. Farri n. Allan R. II T. J. HAYGOOD.For .
containing i a
ballot Is printed below
caiuvtl by exuvnir diLitiiinI P. HEALY.
I I CroBland. J G. Rhode R. W. Truex was raltal fn.... ul. torn uartial list of the candidates to be voted A. C. BLOCNT. JR. Member, County Executive Committee 1
L P. Taylor Cblrl.l"'ke. C. JI .
B.&.ar rr. AuoriawJuMiec.It I Clark. P. C. ROM. the other..., to |ierr
K.IltDIMT.AJ.-Iital. n...kln. 11romplaliivU .. There will be other name to add aLbs W. W. SNELU
uJultIJp
{.r..skutr.sa to H. W. LONG.
beaOannrcU : Douglas E. B. Run. Dr. W. B. of bciui umitly fatigue or H mojr Court JotUnihouM time does not expire until April L L HARDY.
>lill>.Mi >. *!. i Don J. K. Ramph. Edw. I sod of suffering fn>in grip. For tblr J
I !lst la which candidates may .ualitj For Member County Executive Committee -
\.. 8EXATOES. I Erwin W. W. Raalerton. C. H. I <7 minutes be worked otrr the patk-n For Member' National Committee
theballot. for Seventh District
ana have their names put oa
..... Jseksoavilk.E.e. ,. Enloe Dr. G. Ramph. Geo. slid bad almost tutupktr.I| a surteadiloperation J B. BROWNE
.
a...Ia.lft P. Tali I for use al: E. T. KING.
otesura. S. Uaiwry.C. ....-.. Prisaell. O. C. Saffortl. L. B. I f wbm be reete from the std Tbo ballot when printed C. GIPBON&.

of the ofteratliu tal>.... iln...,iej lb. he lection will be more than twice at JOHN MULLIKIN.
s. COXOKlSSMEf: R. 8. Sewell E. O. r. w. POPE.:
nanajaa
I knife sod ..s'lalwlnJC11,- ...... it'i. I' long a* this one as here are U be ralei For Member County Execallv Committee -

cone ptoMrt (eoibrariac UM EM Coal. Frederick J. 8. aJuelb,. J. O. comer sank Into the anus of Ur. Ueman ,.. between each name and blank ttaci for Eighth District,
........ W Ua w. Paiaika. C
..-.. ._-ftee. .. Hi ........... rruu. J. a. Sulraer. F. Uerrlman. tie was carried oat ..c oa which to write other names Fur Judge of Circuit Court-Sevent GEO. P. BULL.

.-P.. Oerlack. A. P. Smith Jnllaa the operating' room Into tie beUraonef I OreultMINOK: -
marking For Member Executive Committee
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I Voters begin practicing oa Caaaty
&AlJ.lWA WMM1a81UIIIL Glrtman. James stooemaa. F. B. Dr. II"'"...... There be was anIressed ', can S. JONES.

Oo \ph. C o R. golier. A. E. and plaveU Spun lie ...... Slim a cross mark (X) before the name foP Ninth District

Jar ..*re< _. Eej-fcW.J. aid. Chalrmaa.W Gaatler. T. N. Shananaa. M. slants were adtulnhtereil. by Iir. Herriaian. .,i of he candidate for which they wU I W. A. FILER.

..L.. II.BOTT.....LIe. Js.p.r. Graham. S. Seell. John and within tt"e ulante DrTruex :. wish I to vat. For States Attorney-Seventh Chen Far Member County Executive Coal

L Co Dar.. M"'_ Clerk. opened his eyr and whispered:I j CrJCIL G. BUTT. mine for Tenth District
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w and .... N $04 Bosrd IC. Oarthalde. C. H. Semonr. R. H.
Seedy There U no tine trying to seve ate' JOHN C. JONES. & L. PA TrDSON.t. .:
Gramllnf. J. C. 8.wtll. J. P.Oa1att .
I .. dying my friend from scud 1 Senator C. D. LEPP LER "
Stales
o.COMMIaaIOHEa. \ r. Shaw H. B. For Untied
dilation of the besrt. U 4en. Dr. Her'lass.
MJaaU.g .... R. B. Taylor. R. R. WILKINSON' CALL rr State Senator h District For Member County -Executlv* Com-
> .s B. aUlr. and I will give jroei ray mss
Ortfflax A. M. Taraaxe. J. LGlrtmaa. tfona.- I WILLIAM. JENNINGS.J. M. 3. SAYS mlttae for Eleventh District x
.[BATOR Ur. DIl1TRICf. I
.ora.... Bremd sad Dud CesaoM.) W. H. Tatwm. B. B. Then aa Dr.' Herriman and 11... DUngsoa N. c. STOCKTON. F. M. Himeox.' J. r. BURTESHAW.W. "

Hayea. J. H. Tataa. J. H. listened to the dying man at' JAMES P. TALIAFERRO. J. SHONE.:
..*. E... ....., Pah* ....
HID L. E. said: F. the Legtolatnr For Member County Kxecullve Committee -

D.S COOTT KEPEEtEirrATITB.wakasi Huter. J. G. WaUon. c. H. "),(T body feels like a wave ar11M for Representative m Congress-Second GRAHAM W. KING. for Twelfth District 'j

a wDADE. &). raUenU Hilt William WhortoB. F. K.Hetterlncton. _.. It sunn te t. rising and pitch- CongMsaional DistrictJ. BENJAMIN 8VTTON. E. a KIRXMAN. .;
lug about. The U Indescribable.
COURT omCEM.teaaty M. r.W1tIte. E. U agony K.:: ALEXANDER.::: For member County Exeeutlv Committee .j
My heart seenu |swaging against IIIwslta.
Jadge-ADea E.B.p.r. Mlaau.oMAUorMr .. H.,.... A. E. Wall. T. A. My heart to bunMlug. ]I.p. J. at BARKS.FKAXK For Dent of Circuit Court for Thirteenth I District j

.'... *at UreaK Coart-J T.a4_l-maarf."Vr ol 0.Co ..- Hall W. W. Whaler. H. T. feel as If they were bring pressed together CLARK. I 11:. C. DEARBORN.J. C. W. HILL

'hfcerta'-Jeks!. .-.*...freaoek., -MtaaU.CilkmaialTisei \-. __ Hala F. W. WorIe,. O. A. by an enornMNM ..I.... 'tbe.... CHARLES DOUQREKTT. ., S. FREDERICK. For Member County Executive Commi .

Oanaof Hughes. W. a Wilson. L lion of tbe heart !. now not no _. w. P. WATSON. Z. T. MERRTTT .a. for Fourteenth District
Tkoa.J. Hat*Dao -
J. W. Woodworth. J. T. I seem to be- luring tbe. farultr sf siosation. -
... ...... Honer. R. M. SMITH J. C. HOLLY.G. .
Tsaes-B. Jt.tailta.BlIsaiL J.... M. E. Wllaoo. R. &! My heart hi Imrrijr uwrtmc. I W. SULLIVAN.For .
IsM.
;::1.fI Puperlae.0.- .M.Iad.rus.. e? rbn* Isatn. ICon A. J. Zteaalea. L. am dying aiy frlesxlu. Glue tag loreto F.... .\N\1ee of :iitrat Coirt-Six Jaattc of the Peac* Second Dis

5'.sLT.ntK....*t+W.1.s my wife ash children. Ir i. tbeend. Tears For 30uetS-

..d J Ooaatr o..al.da..et05.W.s faUs. Baaefc P.W.Co ." R. P. 1AYLCR. JOHN FROHOCK. met h1
Iuss arivCOstr.a. Mr. Charles' M. gcvab. former Pmi-
A._. J.....: L L XeJMaaW. Pulled: J. R. ABRAM R. E. L. McFAKLIN.For .
Jut..rood 1lli.l; L A. ....... .01t lent of the Called >State steel Ttovt.DM .
L C. "'-" Clef '.d ...$. iit1..r beID oat of rt.nlrhlch THE GLOVED BURGLAO. For Jaatice ot 9Ui *me- Court (Vote JOHN R. ONE L. Jade af the r.Diatrtet.. .1
telUaatajta
L J. CHILLING WORTH.
;ntlw. 1
J. M. WILJJAJaa.ForrCaupty 1
cncurr cover or BTETTH JUDICIAL ban produced ao Uttle flurry laproteetlTe ..,... ., treks(. .. M1.4.'Ni for ttree}- For Jestfc of the Peat. Ninth Dis

.eutcun. circle la. private fetter ... Bark c......... R. S CO1QI'rI.I. girt !

;_-... lIMe IMI&IMr.JII to H. C. PrIck he baa declared that the 'The plain sad duple ateana of -getttag 't 1:. M. SBACKLETORD.: Treasurer H. E. WOODALL. ;
.Tl.r.W.. mart ef C IL RACLER9OK.
hoIIDL f'IIMIad'lapr J
expert B. wHarwxi ;
.. ..OrlNw halt could sell steel rails at the mill j.
D. .. '
rus.p.s Aperst-d.DoaraoraTLFkll I Scwtland Yard has at length commend- w BEN H. DOSTZS. For Justice of the Pear, Tenth District.
fleet Tons.ClrraU Guest_'._oa Firs pet td itself to the burster mind, sajotbeLandon .

.......,._. reartk Mooaat la > nojbor.oa He claims tbet he could net Neurs. ertieoce ct.ta a For CbvernorN. W. S. HILL i
o .,..... ,.. lint Maaoar hide ,..ventb B. ZBOWAJCD. POP Tax Collector
A Mf..., AD An1. wly do this but ahur oat English I rase at WindMr the ether day It was J C. CRAMUNG. 1
W. E. NORTOJC
{ DADE conrrr COUNt..e.at7 rails In the market of Great Britain at Wade plain that the eraclpinem wb C. M. BROWN For JUidee of the Peace. TMrteeath

'. JaQa-ADn I. Brrw*.Hl \\t\ per ton, and that use tame Is true : made a hank ef Jewetrj at Lady Vary R W: DA.VI3. R. K McLENDON.W. .4
t ti
District
._ prw sa., Alt beerJ..7. .M>.... M...... When R Isosiderrd Carrie's souse time ago bad wornglavea Di K MATS. G. DEBERRT.
other steel i
b Js-mry. ks ts prodsrts.
tine .-"'nc 11I- aU thnejgh the operation. TIM CHARLES PEACOCK. H. J. BURKHART. J
.. ... T-'nc Maur Is Pn.excuse. LTe of steel rails I
that the price
( 44. g leU twa-t'In&Muday .. it the mills Is $21 per to..ome Idea tile onciti mureatupi suuwsii ..,. 6P Skeretarti i'nte-- ALLEN HENDERSON. 'j

V.... LAIRD L&AJ1.vtLLL' an be formed of the In which ft Jered I telltale traces of the prenente of any I J. U.I l.OO3.E. For Coastabl for Thrd District. r
roT Assessor of Taxe.- J
7.L C\eb0. i.seetwtW. on the people on whom la tW end wetl known JlftctJt>>twr. but merely a H. C. CRATTDRD.B Cesmty ..'
H. A. CARLISLE.RIBERT
4i.&c-INS. GEXX a BUTLER .
falls' the burden of this extra cent by amber of Marred marks.So I -. r. Kilt, ,1
tw CIUCCB UItC'I'OIY. CEO L. MeDOfULD.C HANONO.FRANK .
aaothrr detail l. added totbe
which k lilt
_C aM 'IUI .t ete,1P.eds.st.I.j bis system of faroritaoa. 1 1Co
.
I. r J,Pnft..Ones, .511...._.: sample of the same extortion which already lance oatft of the modern 'ar Attorney Ganerai L. XIMANI1S. CARLISLE
II : burglar 1I-M will new carry his cIo".1.Ione P. METCALF.For 3
-.wT.= I W. H. EUU3
Psouss 'IJ=:Spa.; 715'.1,. wrvadee the whole body of the Dtacey ( with his lint slipper, nm keys i C&eJUbl for Tenth District ;
1r .....'DICIII .t TA AC a eurd laxly e. steel rolls ran I A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAVS. Hussintlag Attorney
No wonder
V rt. a.K.S.XTS.. -. tariff. his drill*, his' saw, his eenterbtt. bisElasncutter. I I I G. L. CHANDLER

w .... IIf' delivered to the Me ra railroad and < hut wrench his dynamite. H. F. ATKINSON.' L. M.

e._C.... p..N-P'sl' aa.stlsaguw.igasr IhI.. In other forelEn 'couMrtes 1eardMt. his Ian ten, his rerotver and! ao forth. : tor Comptm l._ JAMES T. SANDERS.. NICHOLSON.
..... N $5. .
... :
.
all:11 p. ..; It Is a .... ** that calls tar some A. C.: CEOKU. ROBT. R. TA-SLOR. -
1_" I.P f such a lung can .
f'RelttlDIr a&11....: a.- of the cost CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.
t t,zs n.Co 'CL!" capital.
a& 1
.t. pews\tK rLn. w.eM lace cheaper than they caa lie bought i Mr C Peterson, CS Lake St. Topekat -

...'.. oe.- Are C a..a 1Pr"I" II at the mills. By this system we are HAIL JAPAN t F Sup State Ttoaauree- Par County Judge Ps..... says: "O( all the aougaremedies
.. I III \
a& 11 .'dSSI : 5.545. W. T.: K2COTT.
._- the Trusts at botae
fattening
,...\....E "-Ii....; Pr sklal DI I el p. .. not only A. E. HBTSER. BaHard's Horehonad syrup

es.attLis.... :11. .; J.a .rrb r Hit building .p foreIgn Industries II w. Ps.! Wan.. .p h.._ H. B. SACNDZKS. Jr. la my favorite; It haa doa and will
rrapr .-.. wedr.4.1ew.AgptLeit 4ea.e.L ..'.r Superinteodent of Public In-I
S.rt; .. the expense of our own people. .I lo afl that I. claimed for It-t. speedUy -
LAMrr5s the sirmtlonw. I \ .
,r- at the Norember I Accenting to Tokyo eorrnpoad- .. .
liters car an concha and colds-and It atm '
'
1M 1Kbwrte.M.rl.f Pat of the Berliner TagebbHt. Lkutearut n. BOLLOWAT.W. Par County Superintendent of PublMR. "1.
AWMnnr.
.. r. E-, this win share
Tsts"TC.e.r fall to rebuke poltry sweet and plsasaat to the taata"St. .
II 'rtork; : ::: : General Yssnwasa tnrkusblma/ 4aa N: SHEATS. : ,lutraetIeD-:
Iteu [Ma.rs.'r _he guilt of the perpetratvra of sorb a We tl.OO bottle, cold BaCross .
e. b sl 55. : se 7.1.5e wWreds.... written n patriotic war pens of which E. BALL by
.-.1>11. li.r7 I ,
e ta us .Uu Pint' -... UM tmmHTM4C '''' fraud upon the romitrr. the following a rough translation: Pharmacy.
Ic IMr MaM rMrtk M C ... I Far fmamlinlsnrT af Agriculture JAMES C; HARRIS.
L" LLi.r.aa.as.t.r. Mail great and s'........ Ji an! HaS -- --
sarfi..etzses. MAX.M. R. B. MHJN."or E. Bt'G..
A THOUGHTFUL bad of humaalty a** Justlra. trust Ga.slp.teK
.. rmk etnU ..* ATMIM A-
-rMTTCUA..........., ...-.. -.. 5511'cloe" M. Aastla. Winchester.. Tad ,sad enip brarrrrtH&n >*"t_ whoa tin. ef dearest I. ... i, .preoM>nt Baoaevelt nevee carries
r au e..tr 555157.v..hg N 1:15.D. what to do la Ue hoar of seed .... Radtoad Caimlsslor aittlM-vlla.
.. 1s.W. FAa.. r1.t.t. [sew _..! Man. rwt.JacaBMt, Me yj fcopervrMir af Registration aa

....... at III.. }HU wife had such aa unusual case of Jets & L. MORGAN. j. ('. srirrESHAW.M Tie* .be1* tile. only man .. the reuav
r.s..rl.(4lhtct.TT. ultoa ef Hare
1.(.u.i..c..r.at C..d..a II.. ... Pay PIre.l itomach and flyer troable. physicians It new and sor 4Mil..ir.' .Y...a.. yes tile W1 W. GOOOE. I try that 1 don t aspect St mklag the
..... .......,. I '..'.... Plala
., a: ......... roald not help hr. He thought of aid aid mhkura ef ....at IFor AdJwtant-Generar teat three I've toot- -
KlAUS BOARD OF TKADV.First j 'They bunt the boss of the kwocwrt; Dealer.
a -, and tried Dr. Klat New Lite Pin they murmur &M ..f.
r and she got relief at once and WU Itiranla.CnML I ALLEN' THOMAS. Kakis hire .. k
TnUI.SL w Ua. M. an- toaitmm ft_,..! N.Mk.r Ood Mr I Oatrict
Mao... cared. Onl IS* at an drogcata. aVrrbMer-Would yoa can yourself .
Ttce-PraoMaal.. V. finally ? ... ea. _vr* tans. What avails i F: C. AICHER.

'....... Ykjs- \...".... J. L Loatmua. tkdr __ _.Irr? It Is a BMT For sa.... ChembitR. Met *r watply a veretfierlStewlMWetLabeen
I >l. R. JOHNS.
.
dott. What avail kr toadMds hef tbeedlter Ogataas
T. Black sa.Tr.sr.
B. E. ROSE.
,
.cystarl. will ho-
aIIl f svbfma? Tb T
B. B. 'Tat_ I ON THE STHll'8.I pipe with nay staff IT. a case
SANITATION appear Ilk. Ibo lev ... .**. blues df
Said Jumiaon W. M., Brawn.t the rang SM ef Jaaas.On For es.ee alre.PIaUoooIaIpWa.N.
? I The sanitary officers eonaectext with For Presidential Electors Count C'ummlllAioat'r-8If'eeA! ,
V. Moore. I. K. JA-.. L i L Hey- brave MM* oa t* Pert Artkw. atborta.1
net. J: B. BellI,. F. W. JUha, W. W. the Isthmus Canal Oommlasloa find the Urate! lt our .....* war H. B. BAILEY. ''''''rt.- Ca.I"a rs.t. MI.

big task oa their hand over Mnorow. for thHbor wUt we r*> GEO W. LAISHART. IseU.dtks.' rid
rr..:. Joka 11mBSTANDUO they have a ..... (k* _,.. t, T. A. JENNINGS "Lore toagus at
OOmnTTCE They hare returned from a month's J. B. C. KOONCEA. E.: H. DIMICK. the boorish barbetar. .,... he aevs* to

CAWB-Aas W. R : !. S. Li;: where went j .bar the .-ot respect far geld-
they ,.
K R. trip to the Isthmus A Jp*.- oseiA Pros j B. NEWTON gr
tanner James T; *.-. ; amltha. and ..... des>f*"
practicable Kobe Ynshla Jewelers
fully over the .fteld. Nothing la the appears a story F. B. 8TO ElAN. For
Commlsslooer
Wortar." O ABlUlJOaBalW.. CWmty ThMIMrtikt
Herald.MrnUaw .
B. M.: Baek_ F.W la the war of sanitation baa ever of -a fOl'f'IpadJ'\ apparently about I Baltimore
-
W. Roe*. C. J.; Freaarick., the Isthmas. Nowhere arty years ef age aecmupaaled by a
: Hake. F. ; been attempted on young Japanese P t..L" who delighted For Delegates at Lerge. National Convention R. E. M DOS..u.nT. rn of Hue BateeaMa.He's .

31.HEALTH AND BANTTARY-Jaekm. could be found the commonest a crowd at a I railway station A. WINFIELD.For either very rich or very ....*

J K. Jr.; rnat. W. W.; Bale UU- facilities for the presenrsUon. of health by waving a Japanese nag sit cheer- T. J. APPLEYARD.W. Haw do yen kaowr

..*...(.,........ R. ..; BUag. H. M. la all the isthmus the officers found lag .. troop departed for the war and ; J. HtLLMAN. He always makes piapis wait a

ana AND HARP 1W-Oar-AiU, bat one bath room. So far an the alas dbtJ1balfdC the soldiers I CLAUDE L'ENGLE. County rommtaaloner. FonrtlPisttlct .rug time for their moae/-Chteag

Oi a. K.J ....... Edward C.; Tatam, quarters for the employees along the Then says the account "after A. P. JORDAN.' raatNew.

B 5'eh.abtt*a M. FREIGHTTitrady. route of the proposed canal were concerned she had exrbanced. hearty handshakeswith I JOHN & BEARD. JOHN 8EWELL. Georgte. If yen dent eat year \ .

RAILROADS AND of tile ooVera she turned to Captain A. LEE ALLEN. MaP you ('IIa', have sty pie." .
U Lansr. C. D.; JA__ nothing for the preserratioa T. E. BRYAN
B. : tlannosake Mlyaatol and putting .. What kind of pie .. nr-Chlcag*

Bit Brwta. Wm. W.. McDaaaM. i. A.. health bad ever been considered. The one ef his arm a geld bracelet she had : W. J. BRYAN &.eeriC'II..

CHAJUTIEB>tateB, EU 0.T.r..O..eIsis. ... T. first step win be the creation of a worn on her right arm remarked. 'My C. A. CARSON. For County Commissioner nit
K. B.;
J. H.: PaaHaa. water supply and sewerage system. yoQng _L please -rept my prueut CLEON A. STEPHENS.For Di..rtrt- ......."-..+N.e'Cwaoa.Oa .

N : Tlaaislis. C. LAGEICVLTURLSst.'L T.iMena. ;: There will hare to be medical attendants and ght your best. Thaak you.' & A. BELCHER. tk* gnlf 11.... ... a p..K

r. B.| Tateav. J. H.; artr.... A for forty thousand people. The was hi.* reply. *t promise you I wffl Delegates National Convention- E.G. TWEEDELL. ....Hoofs.. wkM M tMiala his koM Uk*at a u.raAt aenr ea '..aL..L
.
kf tkate X. Bt. win be able to make never r""lInaItbout" thtaameered IInft'lolt
t experts say they Second Congressional District
PCBUC BPtLDIKOB-llaraar.( J W.:: with RnMlsn hInnot..f .'- I Oa tM koach as .took. rr.la .
J. B.: *..*n. the Isthmus habitable .. about twelve.oaths i D. L. OACLDEN.D. For Member ... kallraaai .. YIN ok/.
Irucge H. C.{ Bam>. : Board of Public Instrae- h* ruse a big ........ t. Mat tOe
Joint: Whaler. H. T.aTAKUrACTtntgB. I hekool la tb. P5I I..S... I N. BATCHELOR.T. tics First District --- -

FikmB. Ohra Cj:: Tom pIMiY remitty went from K.. 8. ANDERSON. W. -- --kI Iaas.s.

....* T. 'Y.; Oaand J. A.; Bhaoea, B. 1! A GREAT SBNSATTON.I I II I.. to the rttlllfiplnes.. says Ike Eureka J. E. T. BOWDEN. L WIDEMEYER

M (.DNRt L B. I There was ft Me sensation 18 Leeann -\ (Ksn.i Mnne :rr. At Ibbnl. he ."' 1- ELI SIMS.

..IM.CAftDJCALW.. M.I: I *. lad. when W. .H. Brows of that i .. a village aHmoL"When I I ;. For Members Board of Public Justine A DANDYMt BURNS.

Rat W. W.; 0.__. Bararand B.taPvlM. thatth.. |1 who was expected to die. had I steppMl late the srbsolronm. I For Members at Large State Commit- lion, SWood District Dr. Rergln. P gia. Ill, writes: "Ihave

.Bath A. U A.: aasalky.J.ISIMIOAATIONB. J. O; | his place life _nil by Dr. King1. New Diajeorery -I : ." -,. BU-ler." -.ll the rhlldreaJumped teeVote E. W. J PARRISH. used Ballard's Snow Llalmoat:

J nlH C T up mi their feet and said.Good ( for Thirteen.) For Mem' Board recommended to friends
1 a e k .a a. B for Consumption He writes: iers of Public Instruction always my
_....* I asked the teacherIf
11_ F. S.. Tat.. M. R. Don. J. K., I endured Insufferable agonies from .n a B. GARNET Third District I" I am confident there .. ao better
"I I I It was riN-esa. but he said It w..i t.
H........ *. W. New Discovery goreI I II. around W. W. FARMER. W. M. Bl'RDINE. made. 'It 1* a dandy for bora' Those
r.ft'C..Uttnl&M'IL W.;:;: i Asthma bat your The pupils talked load and ran
relief and soon thereafter ,, When CEO. L. BAHL.a I who live on farms are especially liable
H. CJ OaitkaMa. C H.; RNny, I I... Immediate the room where they pleased.
,
Bala. .
.. ... ....... Juba. effected complete cure." Similar -,I **e of them read be would boiler. .. N. MATHES. For County Member State Commlttee- u> many accidental cuts ...... brvt4'rbieh

ADYBX-BBWO-TMMM.! & m.i __: cares of consumption p..._la.,I food as he ....101. While I via .la the D. f FLETCHER. E. N. DIMICK. heal rapidly when Ballard'a'

_..r't V BjrtactWh B. '1'.; BteckM. bronchitis and grip are ..ar --. room a dog and. a goat caate tn. but n* N. A. BUTCH. F. B. Snow Unlmest to applied. It should

T'HMkMiafftM. H. 9.BB psH any attention to I..... The K. B. RAfLERSON.W 8TPNEMAN.
E the peerkss remedy for all throat always be kept ta the nous* for "sue.of .
n1'. .. ahc ae USS sr., RsmbSIIRI r It's teacher said a d.g fight I. the roomwaaJd ,
M. MILTON. JR. "
_..r and rang foublea. Price me and ..... I emergency. Oe. top. ..... hottla
...., an Bra aa !IDDon: Guaranteed by all .ra tetL. ,Trial raoa theta 10 ,IIU..tblllC.ad J. M. LAMAR. I For Fish lad Came ."aniea. For sale by Red Croat Pharmacy.
W. V. Jacksoa. J. 1C, Jr. watch Ute SgbL- I.
M, :
f. H. L. DODa E. A. GRAHAM. lw

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.- :! a certificate of exemption for the two date for th* office of Clerk of die Circuit INSPECTORS APPOINTED.The .
court subject te the etloa of die '
GALL C FOR PRIMARY ELECTION year
OFFICIAL L Democratic party. Primary elsrtloa May
t ..ft PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. M. 104. meeting WM called to order ty

In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. S. FREDERICK.FOR Chairman Filer in the e111ta11. Miami,
{ professions I
the primary election on May l>Hh or Jan FU-, at 2 p. m.. April 11. 104.
Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May
11, 1904. poll taxes for 1903 and 1903 TAX COIXXCTOR. The following member were presses

10th and June 7th 1904, in Dade County. must be paid oa or before o'clock P. I I hereby announce myself a candidate I la penon or by proxy Mew Jota.

1oL Friday, April 21. 1904 (ten day before for the office of tax collector of Jones 'otter, Lnian. lung Bull

the first primary election). I Dade County subject to the action of i Filer Burteihaw. and Kirkmaa.

Patt.rsozs <4cATTORNEYS Er-asirs q 1 A meeting of the County Democratic i tow; and shall at once forward the I the coming Democratic primary.dw I Upon motion Mr. Bull wa elected

Executive Committee for Dad. county f returns to the Chairman of the Count I NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. T. N. OACTIER. acting tecretary.I .
AT LAW,
; Florida was held at Miami Florida Executive Committee.I i I The minute of the last me.UDI"ere
Notice i* hereby given that the RegIstratlon !
WW practte la HI courts nu sad re es"t I on the 11th day of April A. D. 1504. I I. The assessment to be paid by ,thevarioas I FOR STATES ATTORNEY.I read and approved.

"pecUl l rtllU..for ti...l ua4 perltctli.s: pureuatt to adjournment. ; candidate hall be a* follow: Book of Dad County for I hereby respectfully announce myself i The call fur primary mas amended

.. Lea TttlM. Fla. I The fclloviCF amended call for a Representative ....... ........ }11 00 I the primary election to be held May 10. a* a candidate for the office olState' ;I a* follow:

P 'Xaoisr. !Miami. primary election wa adopted towitsNotice Senator .... ... ..... .... .... .. IS 00 1904. will be opened in the severalelection : Attorney of the Seventh Judicial See offlctai call on third pact.I .

I I* hereby given that there .Sheriff ....... ................ as 00 districts of Dad county Flor Circuit subject to the vote of I A motion wa made by Mr. Klrkmaato

Pt. 87 AS*". M. D.. mill be a Democratic Primary Eelee- 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court..... 30 00 Ida on the 29th day of March A. D. : Democratic prlma..,. nominate county commissioners

,_ >f Bee with lad cress rttnuey.BMMFOnt tion held In the several election districts +I Tax Assessor .................. 20 00 tW4. and will be closed on the ZCthI I dw CECIL O. BUTT. and member of the school board br

Mil ItnecOTMraie of Dade county Florida, on May I Tax Collector ................. tS OC I day of April. A. D. 1904.* districts. Sam was defeated by a

C Moth 1W.! and If necessary on June County Treasurer ............. 20 00 1 ThJ following person are hereby FOR' COUNTT SCHOOL SVPERIItTENDsN 1 vote of t to I.I .

J. MIAMI. FLORIDA. 7th. 1904, for the nomination of all I County Judge ................. IS 00 jappolntrd 4-Vj'j i<>r>ttonfinrrj 1 A commualeatloa from a meeting of

Democratic candidate Slate and county County Attorney .............. 10 00 i '.* iI.. rove U .'..r.l..L districtt. lo- I for I hereby asousce .,..u a.. .t... I candidate held la Miami May 1* 1H.

J)*. 3. ><. JACXSOH, n.. I to be Toted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction I wit: of Dade Superintendent County, subject of Public te the botnoUoo win of i"a* read and discussed by various candidate

r fr omciH : I elector at the General Election to be ...... ........... S 00 I Number One Stuart-W. O. Parka 'the voters as mar be simissil at tile I before the committee. finally

BI BLOCK, Ava. D. held November 8th. 1904. and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... S 00 Number Two. Jupiter-R. E. L. MeiFarland. i approaehlBg PsmooraUe primary eJotttoa. the following Inspector, clerk*, and

Tit CAVKE I by the Draocmle Governor Supervisor of Registration.... S 00 I I dw s J:. FALL polling place were decided upon for

: t MIAMI. FLORIDA. of the State b.-Ueen the date of holding Member of County School B'rd. 1 00 Number Three, Welt Palm Beach Miami. Fla. the following precinct

such election and the hold- E. H. Dlmick. I No. 1-Inspector*. Ceo. McPherson
W. B. RUSH primary Justice of the Peace......... 100 FOrt TAX ASSESSOR. ,

,DR' Ing of the cilmaiy election A. D. 1XX, ConsUWe ... .....-.......... 100 Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) I hereby announce myself a* a Ernen Stypman. J. M. Enni; elves
Offlce S2 -mh street, 'Phone 4. aDd of a Democratic candidate for ardeu Cullen Pence. I H. W. Hesey; polling place score of
County Fish aDd Game W 1 410 I CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of
: Residence.' '' btreei and AvenueB'Pbooe I Crttd Stales Senator to be Toted for Number Five Delny-H. J. Sterling ill** Walter KltelWa,.
All candidates are required to file a Dad County object to the action of
:1-R.
MIAMI FI.A. t 1 by the Dmocrt-Jc men ben ot the Leg- Number Six Po1JlPaDo-z. ea"eoder.j I No.. Inspectors.. E. Edwards. J. A.
written rJplK-stiou to have his name I the Democratic primary.d .
\Ixlrtuie! ci the State o "-"loridf at Its Number Seven Fbrt Lauderdale. Islar. Henry Brooker; clerk J:. C Miller
appear rpon the official ballot, on C. L. XIMANIES.FOR '
r. w. BAcius. I' *e ...ion In A. D. 1905. Marahall. 'I ; polllac place school house.
blank frinlsbed by the Committee.;
.
:.A O':. The :ollovlns officers ale to be nom- j -, No. X Inspector, H. L. HltUer. 'JL .
accompanied with the feeS above set Number Eight OJus-J. W. Ives.Number .
Plan, Specifications aad Detail Mad; j lofted rt jld pr>m.ry election to-wlt: STATE SENATOR W. Burkhardt N. H. Butch; eJertfJ|
Lemon
forth with S L. Patterson, Secretaryof Nine City-Warren
for Buildings of A'.l Kind. Fine 1 Un ted States Senator. I I hereby annonbc my elf a* a candidate W. Comatock; polling place, eta
the Democratic Executive Mitchell
County
Residence a Specialty. i i for State Senator r-. the Thirteenth
1 Representative In Congress. Second house
1315. ATESUE O.f i Committee, on or before the Zht da : Vnn OFFICE. Congressional District. Senatorial District of rtorida, No.. 4-Inspector*. W. H. Cox: : C A 1Y
of April. A. D. 1904.<< Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove '
1 JuKtlce of the Supreme Court for the subject to the will of the Democrat: Wall Jess Daughtry: clerk Cullen
This A lit 190
pill
a. A. T. Carter.
LZ-CJW'D, full term of six ,. *. "W. A. Filer. I party to be expressed at the primary Pence Dolling1 plate school house T
Number .
DL Twelve. CutlerD.C.Brown.Number I "
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3 Justice* of the Supreme Court. Attest: Chairman. election May 10. 1904. No- -.ctor.. J. E. Chamber. i
Silver PalmC.W.
Thirteen
DENTIST. 1 Gorernor. George P. Bull j F. M HUDSON.i I. B. Taylor -McRae; clerk H.

water MiMloc osr..r N I 1 of Stat HilL i Tfbt.... Fla. I P. Hodge.; polling JtouH.
0/ *ls Secretary
== Secretary pro tem. .
Anus Dead Number Fourteen, Deerfl,ld-O. W. t No. -Inspector Lender
*,
1 Attorney-General.. Jao.
QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. I eo:
FLOIBDA. Sullivan.
MIAMI. I I'mstead R. F. Saxon .
; e.
X w. B.
1 Comptroller. First 10 FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
Primary Tuesday, May ,
This March 12. 1904. Cauel .
; polling place, Hardee
> 1 Treasurer. 1904. I hereby announce myself a* :s candidate .ore
4 Seekers 1 of Public Instruct :' i A. T. CARTER for the office of Attorney No. 7.-laapeetor*, R A. Bryan.1 W ;h
Home 1 Superintendent Second Primary-Tuesday. June 7. Prosecuting I
I' i Supervisor Recta &tln",. Dad Ox, Fla. I L. Brack well. D. O'Neal; clerk Fear.
Attention. 'I tion. 104. for Dad county, abject to the _.c
Stnnahan
; polling place. Stranahaa.
approaching DemocraUe elec
t- of Agriculture. primary
1 Commissioner
You will find it to your interest I General Election-Tuesday November new halL

IL to call on house me before and investing.Fnmiahed room to. 1 1 Railroad Adjutant-General.Commissioner. t. 190{. f I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. jj jjAaaeunramMiU tion.Miami Fla. H. F. ATKINSON. N* ,-Inspector*. H. Padgett. J. F.

i in real estate I The registration book for the primary Newlaa J. W. Ire; clerk R. Cothroa; s
- lent Real bargain 1 State Chemist e }
; election will be opened la each polling plate school b_ '
t city and coa tty. Insurance, taxes.collection 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh will W InMrted m the FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
*, etc. attented to. I I election district la tIaIa.county oa No. Inspectors, J. g. Pardae. L W. VI
Judicial Circuit Dally and weekly Metropolis for tea totton. -
0"_. have a special license authoming 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial March: 2*. 1904. and win be kept open er la olta.r edltfea for a.. doDan. I hereby announce myself a* a candidate Cromarti. J. 8. Peters; clerk J. E.Peadleton :.

t tae to prepare all kind legal trana- very day. Sunday u,>>ptecJ. until the I Candidates for County Con>-ls toi sand for Justice of the Peace in Dis- ; polling plate school house HiT

t len of real estate Low feeL; Circuit. ZCth day of April. JOt, at which time _t.ra of the school board win be strict No. 10. and respectfully ask the I No. 10-Inspector*, L. A. Oibarm.; J.

_ Prompt attention. mmt 1 Prosecuting Attorney. charred e .-half Uins amount M. Burell... Frank Jaudon deck It R.Kellum E
they wul be closed. ; !
CARROLL.; rapport of the voter la said district
r C. C. 1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial No aBoounceaMBt Inverted witfl paid
Notary Public The registration book will not be lor. d. William 8. HilL ; polling place, city halL

L( *. Acts D. Jrua MCOTD ifGndBMe District reopened for the second primary election. 'I No. ll-III'peeton. Jackson Peacock
1 Member of the House of RepreaeataUre I ; John MeKlnsle J. W.
Foil' OOUNTT TREASURER Galloway:
f I hereby announce myself a candid

1 Reliable *. I All person may register who are ate for re-election a* Justice of the i clerk Fletcher Albury; polling place. -
1 County Jadga I Te the DeaMcratte Voter of Dade Oeu.ty. Old Hardee b_. ,
Oettclaa.W.CMAYNARD. citizen, whether, they bar paid their Peace la this the 10th district A* I
1 Sheriff. I FtorMa: I No. 12-fn..t.xor+ VT .' ("""..-- ;J
I poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote 1 myself eesrfMate am now serving In this capacity I
f: Clerk of the Circuit Court hereby announce -
1 G
e o.i Stlnehoiuer. W. J. Doagherty
Peo&Otlel.k U.IM their poll taxes which may be i for re.oUctkm to the office of Treasurer would appreciate aa endorsement In I ; C
.. heat u
a. 4 1 County Assessor of Tare I clerk Gea W. Mood
of Dad County. Florida subject I* the e; polling place.Brown .
legally dui are paid a* provided bY accordance with the. Democratic principle -
hisses iemtel Fitted: 1 Tax Collector. law. I I will of -Jat1tf".t" the PoMeetmd returning- tor a second term eat Moodle' warehouse. r

t. TstAes. acts, Jewelery, tc 1 County Superintendent of Public 1.ltnleUoo. .- POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. oermtle voters .primary. win be Mar eiprisosd. M. ISM.m the Bis} aa Incumbent who ha satisfactorilyfilled No.. 1J-Inspector*. Henry Gasman f

: i Ernest Mall Will Anderson; clerk C.
Payment of poll taxe for 1903 and C. H. RACi-jmaxM*, the office. r
1 Surveyor. j i W. Hill; polling place school bone .'
Fla.A. \ d John
Miami. C.
dw
r 1903 1* a prerequisite to voting at all I' Gramllng.
| GEO. L. MCDONALD 1 County Treasurer.I t I I I Na. U-III'peeton. J. W. Saxon VT '
elections this year.EXEMPTIONS. IE.
i- Dril hIlleerl.r.elas County Com nil**toner*. B.: HET8KR. FOR STATE SENATE.I Blantoa. W. H. SIstrnaX: : delft.; J. .
"
and S.bdivldu g Lsrds s .peaalt t Member of the County Board of Candidate for hereby announce my eaaddacy for C Holly; polling place school boat. '
tf The
following condition
:. COCOASUT OBOVX. FLA Public Instruction. exempt dw County Judge State Senator from the Thirteenth I It wa moved and carried that name

>- 1 Justice of the Peace la aDd for District person from the payment) of capitation I Senatorial District of Florida, subject of candidate for member of the eo_.- r

'" No*. 1., I, I, 4. (, i. T. 1. 1. or poll taxes: : : FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.The I to the will of the Democrats of Brevard ty executive committee be placed OB ;.

J. A. DANK.r.r.rl.o 10. 11. 12 and 11. First-Any one who bas lost a limb many friend and supporter of I and Dadeconntle to be expressed at the regular ballot. \a

k 1 Constable U and for District No. la battle. j I: the present members of the Board of i iI I the primary election May 10th. 1904. I It..* alto moTed and carried that :;_

a Ie...,. T F 1. I, I, 4. S. <. T. t, .. 14. U. U SeodAII1 one wno was IS year I I County Commissioners for] Dad I II I M. Seabrook Sam. candidate for game warden be placed

"elver. r-MeL J ..dU. of age on or before December 31. 1901. I county have prevailed upon them to Conrtenay. Brevard Co. Fla. oa the regular ballot and the candidate < !- *'

to. f Presidential Elector Third Any one becoming of M* (21 stand for re-election, and hereby pn- for aid office\ be assessed f 1.* -

sea if M tia1s ft:* 4 Delegate at Large to National Con yjar old) oa or after January 1. 103. sent their name, as follow: F. C FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE.I Mr. John, of Precinct No. 1 handed it

vention. Fourth Any cue who had become a AJcher. George W. Lalnhart. R. E In hi* resignation a* a member of the

I 5 District Delegate resident of tills State, sad county jo McDonald. John Sewell aad L. A. am a candidate for the position of I r'committee and the same wa accepted. :.
I'OI.mIlONEYADTAR delegate to the National Democratic ,
; 13 Member at Large of State CommIt- or after January. 1901 Belcher to the voter at the Democratic I A luotlon wa made and carried that 3
Serves ...... Pu...M5 Feeb Convention at St. Louis, Mo, for Second I Inspector and clerk be paid 00
,_ I(, tea I If properly registered any of the I primary of May 10, 1*. Congressional District I am permitted I I $1 per
day. .
. I 1 County Member of State Committee above can YOU at all elections. State I to refer to the entire Democracyof
I The next
meeting of the
ARE YOU GOING : 1 Member National Committee. aDd county, held this year without FOR SHERIFF. Orange county regarding my standIng I I wa called for April 21. 1904. commute

1 Supervisor of RegistraUom. print any poll or capitation tax I I as a Democrat and If I am fortunate There
North or West Democratic of Dade CooaTr. being no further business a
: Tj the v tens -
1 County Flab and Cam Warden. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS.Persons I enough to have your aid fa' motion wa made and
I Florida: carried to &4-
i 1 Member of Dade County Democratic: under the following I to......, aaaouac .,..., a esadtdat Dade county at the election I shall journ.

Louisville&E NasMlle i Executive Committee U and for lions win be liable for one poll dl-j for reelection U the ernes of ghorlff el gres/ly appreciate It and ran assure |i GEO. P. BULL.

-1:' l Predaea Nee J I, I, 4. I. (. 7. a. only for 103 or 1903. a* the case maybe I DaM Cousity. nortda. subject to the you Orange county Democrat will also I Secretary Pro Tern' ,
. will of the BMjorlty e* the PimaaratHI
- 1. 10. 11. It l>. sad 14. : appreciate It. )I' _
Railroad ,
I rotor a* win be saptos d la11M D.fI
Often 88ftWIWnl"l' '*er loe. The rules governing Mid pnmarj Any one who became SS year old i I ecrmtio pris arr t. bo bald May M. KM. Very truly your. ;' BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP

modern train currying Pullman 'election hall be the same a* those I I during 102 wtU be required to pay It dw JOHN FROHOCK. D. N. Bachelor. 1: Imeedlately nileve hoars*, ero'lpy
I Winter Park. Fla.
keepers, .up-to-date ooacbe., free retlalnc adopted by the Democratic Executive for account of poll tax for that year. cough oppressed rattling rasping

. chair ear, an* ...1.* can 'Committee, at their meeting held la Any one who may become of age (21 I hereby announce myself a* a can- FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN.I and difficult breathing Henry v,

between northern and southern eiUe Jacksonville, oa January Ud. 104. for year old) at any Urn during 1102 didate for Sheriff of Dad county i'Stearns, druggist Shull.bure."Ie..

,- .Thefinedlalnf ear service in the governing State primaries, *o far a* win be required to pay It for poll tax Florida, at the next Democratic pri hereby announce myself a candidate writes. May ZOo 101>> : -I hare been

Mouth.JLUAjtmtoStn. I the same will be applicable to thecounty for the year 103. mary. *:d ask for the vote of my for the poallon of Fish and Game selling Balla.d'. Ho..boulld'Sm' for

; Tanmr TtekaU ris I primary. Those and only those ,, Lay one becoming a resident of this fellow Democrats and those who will Warden of Dad county subject to the two yean, and hare never had a prep-

shall be permitted to be qualified to becoue voters at that anti-Mi that ha given better MtiafaeUon.
; L. & N. persons State and county during 103 will be action of the Democratic pray, primary I -
. I Ii eaadldate before, or vote at Iteeom.j I primary. I promise It elected to faithfully election May 10. 104.Edward I aotic that when I sell a bottle
liable for the poll tax for 103.
t for ratoa. schedule*, aad sleeping earrwerritioM ticipate ia .......-& of pert urn the many duties of this A. Cnham. : they come back for more. I can hon'e -
apply so I WHO ARC: LIABLE: TO POLL TAX.
'
i mary election, who declare their adherence : .tly recommend its 2Se boy 100.

J. M. Fleming60 : to the principle and orgaallatioa All male Inhabitant who ar* n responsible omce FOR CONSTABLE. Sold by Red Crow Pharmacy. ._
raiotrollONEYAlUSfAIi- year of ag sad wen under-U years
,, k ._ easters.t. of the Democratic party Na- J. M. WILLIAMS. .es i. 'ldW .
.. .: .......a.M and who art'by' of ag, December U UOL [ J
& Doral State county i Palm Beach Fla.\ I hereby announce myself a* a candidate r

the tow of the State lawful lector Any one becoming a realqent of this i j for the office of Constable in j i __Mtt....

of the election district ia which they State aad county prior to January L district No. 10 .I have
FOR CUERX CIRCUIT COCBT. promising If elected to slwsys had a horror of proastarr -
offer to vote, who hare paid their poll POI will be required to pay poll Ux j'I I I hereby snmiMre myself a. a saatl faithfully discharge the duties of said 1, iDtermevt. don't yon """." re-

,, IIV' .w-serer. .-. u.-.. j taxes legally due not lea than Undaya for 103 aad 103. date for the .... of Clerk. of the Or- office, subject to Democratic primaryMay marked Ue Borem. -or..Ia other word,
r-- I'I'r eoN Co.rt W Os4e o..e,, eabjMt I* I: "
before said primary election and If they become resident after Jill- 10. of being burled alive.

k TEAKS* w ho shall, when challenged by aa j: mary 1. 102, and baton January L ) the action of the Dssioeratle primary. J L. M. Nicholson. -Psliaw.exclaimed Miss Cuttia0.yon
dw E. L. WHITK.Jaaiwry foolish ."
wGtiLNCE .Iee-I are to worry about the .
tor. pledge in writing upon oath, 103. they ylll be required pay poll m. il wiblr-New" : Tort World.

I fore any inspector to abide by and tax for 103 only.

support the rent of each primary, and j Any one reaching their majority (21'' t take this .,..t-:; to inform the yes HEALTH IS YOUTH.

4 j support the nominee thereof. i iTb. yean) on or after January L 102. will J en of Dade County. that I wit bo a easdHote > FOR Disease sad Slckaeos Bring Old Age
for rs lMtlo to the offleeofClon
poll shall be opened aad closed be subject to payment) ot poll tax for 1 of the dnmt Court subject to the actionof UNITED STATES SENATOR : -

TRADe M...s j eI( the several election district, at the : 1903. the Psmoerstls primaries.. May K. ; Herbln taken every morning before

onCoPY.cn- election law. ---.. u ........ to portorm the dew >
IeA.r hour fixed by the general I II la all cssee of exemption of a voter VOTE FOR breakfast win keep you la robust:
e( the hi the htw la th i
seer a* *
5 sod.sdlIos- I Tbe following named persons an hereby from payment of poll taxes, he must II
..e.rlal......: :: ..+ Iris.bwaw : peat to the best of .,. ability t wfOto I health fit yon to ward off disease. It
.r.y ..... ..-- ('so- f appointed Inspectors and Clerk for' secure of the supervisor of registration j
?.sib's a .F Hs.b,..-....e.ow grateM to those whe will favor me >! JAMES P. TAUAFERRO i! cure constipation. MUIoune. drspepalA. -
:-t =eM.f, sw.N.rrM ,e the seven: election district*: a ewtlflcat setting forth the fact that i with the r sets.der | .
; .---l_. '" fever, skin and liver and kid-
___---&M (See report of committee meeting onBrstpage. i iI. such voter 1* exempt If the certificate i t a DEARBORN. i iI> WHOM NAME IS COMMONLY PKO aey eomplaiata. It putties the blood
.
Scientific Jtaerkan. .) i exempt the voter from payment of -. I aad clear tile complexion.. Mrs. D.
taxer I hereby assesses sirsolf a ea AI r. I NOUNCED AS IF IT WAS
l_.i. --mni I tf'**** '' poll for both year (102 aad :; for the W. Smith Whitney. Texas write Apr.
=3 .p The voting ban be by ballot on emee of Clerk of the dremt I
_sse. _.n_..y..Da eL :.t. ......., 103). If properly registered he eaa | Court for Dade County, subject to the i jsrvr.ablas SPELLED t; 1JOJ. 1 have used Herblne, aid find

& t ,s61S1waN l r'CP ticket furnished by the Sats sad Urn vote upom. presenting to the inspector I Pimstistle primary else a a It tile best medldn for constipation

Yf\\ County Executive Committee; and at suck eerU eat- of nemll oa. I' lteadw !! aid liver trouble It will do *n you
z. T. MERRITT.Res .
tM close of such election, the Inspector If the voter 1* mh>*et to only j claim for 1'I can highly neomaMad
Y1Ma. P1L "TOLIE
aad Cerk.kaa proceed. to mass poD tax. either for 103 or IMS. 011.1' I It.. We a bottle. Sold by Red Croa

o jI b7R 7$ d !! the Tote to accordance with De State .aa. rule will apply M to .. : I hereby *ii* unr* myself M a ess.r Pharmacy. .




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DAILY I r BOYS AND CIGARETTES. every age the vilest specimen of human !home of substantial people from north
,
The effect of cigarette using by nature are tc| be found among ern cities. The rental for residence r f

MIAMI METROPOLIS. young I"M would be a startling revelation I demagogues: ." adapted to entertainment are more I DO NOT TAIL TO SCC JWUALER'S |
to many of their mothers It they It I Ia a hard matter to make the distinction reasonable In Washington than in
'':'.11.''.. .., ;. ;;;..;,p---; .;;. i undemtoorl the alarming proportion Ij j between the real champion s.'or.... Chllajelphia or Boston
A -- -
L L J4M1. I' t.> huh It has grown la this country \, of the cause of the people and the man'who wealthy people and those prominentin JEWELRY STORE
,
> f. .JI( 'OUIIIn.! ( A magistrate in a Harlem. NY.. Is nothing more or less than a society to rent their own homes In
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# LL f. QaIFNK ". U -. iiMirt rrrrntly made the following algnin : demogogue masquerading aa a saviourof northern cities and come to "' .-bne.! i 14..12th Street.

... nn. <'ant dnlaratfoo1"Vefterday : the maiwes. The stock In trade of ton for the season, where they can enjoy. I
sewed a ... r. M Otaatrt I
...e.ad.i..s alatt.r.T. I had Before me thirty- the real demagogue Is to denounce not only a milder climate, but the .
I
.._ -beta x.e.p.p.r p".u..M .- flip boy prisoners Thirty-three of I rings, to berate cliques, to speak In refined atmosphere of art and literature II I
la land .!lIMo ratu4 autas si Ik.. I' them were confirmed cigarette smokers : ame-prodnolng! whispers of combine. as well a.. the gohnip of national .P. .* .. *. . . *.-.ee* .e.ee*. e.*e. Ma*<..

..a SMtkOT* ..11... ._1..1..1.11"1. | Today from a reliable source I hate :; etc. and to bear one of them talk .nA politics.Of. i MoREE
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.-. ._.N..... svrlls*. I made the rrrwuome. discovery that mould think them equal to even the course, among the offsets to such BRO'i5i.,
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ti11 rr-u.-
two of the largest. cigarette manufacturers suffering of martyrdom for the promotion ab-surdities I KIXDEK LOt'. G.I .\..
Clue Year by Mall. .$500Six I 1 .
in thin country oak their prod- of the pooopl.fOOd the4s such as provokedthe
Months. %.:.0 I, net in a weak solution of opium." The demagogue would be a perfectlyharmless keen satire of Henry Wilterson. I Make -v .

Three. Months. 1.2S: I The fact that out of thirty-five prisoners ,' Individual were. it ,not for th' hut beside the eminent diplomats one

Ot.e Week, by Carrier . ... .. .10 thirty-three smoked cigarette fart that he nearly always succeeds in : meets at the national capital there are I \ Kinder Lou Crates.

Til Iltml PriBtlB. Compuy. might seem to Indicate some direct working up a following and oftentimesby lou of artists whose reputations do not '

connection between cigarettes and his "efforts manages to array clay 1 rent on a foundation of dollars and ,
A ertiinc rate made knows oaapplication. I
> crime. i against clans, town against town or i I who go to make the social atmosphere Chase & Harney. Miami

And ultra It is announced on an community gainst community, when In i I delightful Sell-
:I I = i
TELEPHONE. 1-JR..
thority that rnont OKarettea are I. reality. the interests of all are identical! II.I The captain of a great nation Is II _
OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. doped with opium this connection 1.1.I e e 'bound to bring together ....mf'tbIDClMou.r Kinder Lou Orates

432 and 434 Twelfth Street. i i. not hard to understandThe I, -Will Jacksonville be generous?" Ix that a mere mixture of politics all ;

Opposite Court HOUM. cigarette Is to young boys very a sad, serious and sorrowful question ': tolly and things to please the curiousWONDERFUL over Dade County. i 5
COXFA&ATTTI OI8TAKCXS.It j much like what whiskey Is to & asked bv the Key West Inter On-an.. I n ..t.. . . . . .. ..... .. .. . . . .... .. 'j

.
I men If It does not directly .1'0-1 Tbe cause for this solicitude on the" I! THINGS \ "

r-J; .r-... I west 11-:eyTo I crime, it at leant accompanteii it ID. part of tbe Key Nesters Is stated by '! . . . . . . . . . . . . . ;
/ trine CBWW out. of ten. | the fact that Jacksonville has Seen By Fourteen-Year-Old Girl WhileIn
_flea Moos .11ooe he universally admitted tb.ltbf' Three candidates for Tnlted StatesSenator. I a Trance. k '
let .eat:...._. an wYet. ..... .. I It must I Epicurean Restaurant J JJOSrJJth
a-.. It, N majority of young boys addictedto | Several nights .1Im It .wt u. *
I
..-.tt.,. d.Cuba....-.__ M'art *.!. net fit I cigarettes are generally regarded as One candidate for Governor. aced f n a raD..t. :

fj iia.r tsa. .?. .. IM I std. bad bo>s. It Is an addiction that daM : One candidate for Congress Kist revival meeting:, remaining : St. P .

O sl issvtaVta4mid ruMCSk., Ills Nt M not ally 1 Itself with the high virtue ol One candidate for Supreme Judge.: j unconscious for four hour, Continuous ; 1
...... J Serrtce from 6
In. o'clock
e-0... lea anm*).. TT aM leI manly youth It leads to bad .-orlatloo. j I Two candjUaefS" for delegate at says a telegram to tbe Salt Lake. Tribune ... m, until 10 p. m j '

a......))*....{..B............a\.._.:- .1 I IX* I I.. j IA I' and bad environment. He must I large ta- -tfce national convention. I> from Everett Wash. Her trance ....e..e..e..a.* . SiS . \ 1K.

1e..Io.-! ..._.. IM I ....... be a strange boy Indeed who can eToro: candidate for member of tat came on as a friend was asking her J. I'ECK
'
-- rive moral and physjicigarettes. -' m national Democratic executive committee I to go forward to the altar. She was I I .. M. BAIL

MAY 10. 1904. besides a whole lot of candidates carried to the platform and her mother pee B Bailey

OWu a htakey-It creates an at large on the State Democratic made an effort to revive her but It I

h It took food to the Met. I fag appetite that grows with committee and still grabbing for more. j was unavailing. and upon the adviceof "1_. sTis-k-Grase

-- ..,..-. what It feed upon. Even pure tobacco Under these conditions the Key Wester the pastor who said he bad seen. YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS

Democracy to aaaertlnctoday. ... e4gh is has the same effect. say they expect to !give heart I similar case. she desisted Overhauling and Repairing. Marine Railway.

1 The growing boy who lets tobacco support to a* many of Jacksonville t The girl remained motionless, except 7011ATCSUI-D MIAMI.

and opium get a hold upon his sense candidates a* they have opportunityof I( that she smiled ........loaalll. She went FLA

Where did ,* >lcken get the axe! Is never long In coming under the voting for: and then mee..rr ak tl I Into tbe trance at 10 o'clock and did '. . . . .
Ask Stones Xihe eaa tell you. domination of whiskey t..... It would be considered presamtlou. I I/t come out of It till 2 o'clock la the . . .

Tobacco is the boy's easiest and for them tcf pat up Key West' favorite I ...IDI[. She looked dazed at first I f
Tb. car of Florida peach huaorta. land 5le
\
.. most direct road to whiskey.. When son. Jeffersoa B. Browne for the simply told the people around her Sap Carlos
They were peacbe '
gr opium ta added, the young m.. little once of small honor and less that she had been In heaven.
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of resisting the combined profit member of the national Next day she described her
chance Demo experlencm -
Tbe red rac ap the street will probably ForM?rfy bite) palm Jtotfl. -
forces and escaping physical mental erotic executive committee. to her mother. Sbe said that ati
come out la mourning tomorrow.Now
k --.- and moral harm Is slim Indee. -Is that asking too much Will Jacaonvllle *- i first she seemed to be falling aa Immense Corner Are>sue B and 11th Street

I that Port Arthur" been It Is a deadly combination In moat respond to our appeal or will distance through darkness. Gus. A. Muller

corked It la text ID order for Japaa to caaea. n.re.re few If any case she demand everything for herself i Then she !began to rise, slowly at first. Proprietor ;

pat oa the label.Tomorrow l. la which It la not more or leas harmful and give nothing In return!" wall the and with great effort, until she saw before I Open all the

r Stomach and nerves and will powerweakened poor Key Writers between. pathetk i j her the white gate of heaven. yearat

t we tat greet Goreraor- for life la the common result sobs.. "The gate opened.. she said, and
SZ5O
elect De-rls. Senator Tallaferro and I even though the habits finally be mass Every tender hearted. Democrat '. I I was Invited to enter. I... a great mercial per day add no. Special per week and to Com

Coacreaamaa Clark. I ", red. Florida- will deeply sympathize with I white golden throne, with clouds aboveIt P. O. Box tot08. -men. Large. Sample. Room_
I --e--- their brother spot tbe lonely Isle at and a beautiful white angel on MIAML FLA.

Wouldn't It Jar you If John Frohork I Ib. A DEMOCRATIC REVIVAL tbe remote end of the peninsula but guard. Then I saw Jesus oa the whit . . . . . .
.. to give up that 120.000 iraft be I The revival of Democratic spirit, the there appear to be no balm la Gllead throne. There.... a halo above his. .

., thinks he has fallea heir to? awakening of Democratic thought .and j I for Jacksonville will scoop the whole! bead, and h. '01. ,-11 la pictures

o hope and the Improvement of Demo political pot and weep because there I have
Dr. Cram caa draw his salary only rratlc condition and prospect faralsaa I are not more of them to be scooped. "I wanted lo stay there but be told

dariai "race**.." Like the small boy abject of comment for >ywrnala that Fortunately for Pensacota" don't I me to go back to the world. While In Open from November .
take Independent aad unprejudicedview waat heaven I saw my little nephew, who ist to >ur 'ut, S. GRAHAM ProprietorCorner .
he ao doubt wishes that school wouldbe .1 an 1 anything this trip but If we did. ,
oyr all recesses.The of political affair and event we'd not go after It la any such over I I died. two years ago: and my grandmother Avenue D and Twelfth Street ...

Jut shot of the Primary earnj i This from the Indianapolis New to I gentle manner.-Pensacola 1I \;_.. met me, dressed. just like she

pa!** will be fire today, but : lItal'tntlnn.: .... la a good deal la I I'tbe used to be. She called me by name and MIAMI .

,"* there are some who! will never want to development\ or evolution that la I LIFE IN WASHINGTON.From shook bands with: me. I.... many FLORIDA

I''. hear the echo. going on In the Democratic party these ( the Boston Clolw.) other people whom I did not .know

-.--_ day that Is Instructive: It la the phenomenon It I* a pity that the founder of the coming and going continually." oo COC 00 IQ COoOOOCI) OOClO(! CIOCIOC "
*
Some pilla are hard to wallow, but of a party awakening to new government could not have located. the T-rajij-LrunjLf\AJLr

: one of the bttterect ever administered life. The Brat outward form of crystal- capital of the nation, somewhat farther FAST AUTOMOBILISTS. I j I \ Bush & Safford Piano Co \

la being forced Into a few disgruntled Ization was in New York's declaration north where the climate would bays ( From the Philadelphia Inquirer.) ,
I 1--.......... .........ue.Sol. .
N-ea little less
buttera la old Dade county today. for Parker Tammany protest Is to a oppressive la summer. The most enthusiastic antomoblllst j I

be regarded a* a tribute to the realityof But It Is none the less true that every who. Ignore speed limit and tries tomake ::Repre.tats.....

The Panama canal wm ml_ j that cry.tallxatlon: It bet'>ken* real. season witnesses rapid additions to the a record Is apt to be the very I Steinway & Son's New York.

wants Imrnaaea to die the ditch. The :itereiit.. not dead Indifference. To New circle of distinguished sad wealth f nan who would resent the slightest 1.- ,

t'TIIf'II"'*** combination ran enter I i York's lead there has come throughoutthe people who. select Washington fo 'rlagement upon his own IIf. and j:' J-m.T e33. Plavxxo Co. Boartaxi.

their application after today. They to show their winter residence. which j
North such response aa jroperty. are protected by law* Other High Grad. Piano
aid
are Immune to election aayway.Would !! that the outward and visible result of And more and more, tno, Is Wash- voting from tbe same ultimate source Pianos from PU.o Players.

4. -- | -hi activity Is really to be a partyTouting lagton being selected a* jibe winter I an those which control speed. / $225 ups Cash or easy pa 'ments.. Tun-

yon be surprised If the old the New Yorker as It* candidate. 1- ninjj and Repairing. A few bargains in slio-htlir
board of conaty rommlasloBer* are returned 5 used pianos. '- -0-" "y
This has been accompanied b.t Open evenings
to offlo. one aid all thereby I I
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of Hearstlsm. Yhtch againwag 'I
the episode
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renndlatlac the I : OOOdOOOOOOOOO 00 1:1 1:11)00: coo coo CI CI CI CI CI CI CI CI
dastardly orennea dy a sign of belief la the reality of ooe CI CI 00 CI CI 5000

the would.. -mlaflf crowd No one clue the awakening process. This ha i i ATTENTION DEMOCRATS .

thrown on the reorganizing of life-
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V II riving force greatly. Increased activity ; she I II

Did yon yon hear Stoaeman **y ".. I ad given to them a meaning that I

Crackers He had It down pretty without It they would not have bad.

pat but be dldnt have It aa pat I I Meantime la the South there has beenif Send .Florida's Delegation! to National :Democratic par ,

aa the people hare him and that HeIIblJcaa8nclallDt one may Judge bv the aalversal ex- I CottaWelt e

record. A Cracker I I
usually know* a Cracker when the) : u awakening to the aignlflcsiacea.ot
i palm Bael?. pa.t ;
ee him bid hear him talk. 'be Parker movement aa to leave ao1oubt
of Its vivifying effect there. Nowhere > t
It setms to be the general Imprea- 1 .
has Mr. Bryan been repudiatedwith Situated on Lake Front adJolBl'
v Professor Hall deserving I
that
aloe
so much directness and vigor and
j j City Park. A cool, comfortable place Special
This
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of lacrosse aalary. brief i
aa
the Parker movement hailed with an Everything points to this a* a Democratic year. ROC f'lt.to.! .* been *
: the case and he being competent aad much enthuslnaam aa bv the Southern termed "the man whom everybody I I. for and nobody wants" Is a' weak can I to stop at. with good table service j

Interested la hi* work 'why not give lewspapera. la the Bryan bolt aa didate. The signs of the times point to the nominee 1 of the National Democratic Sample room for traveling awn. Sale .

/It? Good men I la school duties are that gentleman has prophesied, there : Convention a* the next president of the United States.It I

... hard to secure ..41 If Professor Hall '. again a further testimony to he r.. to Important to the Democracy of a small State like Florida that It Mrs. tea B. Haft Preprietresa. j
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,, leave a*, another fellow might not be llity of the new force at work la the should be oa medial terms and have some Influence with tbe National Ad- OFMen's
able to wear aboet of the same alie. .
rtereoc rs.de party. ,. ministration. !
0 The Democratic party moat build up If Florida should send a delegation to St. Louis Instructed to rote for a Summer! b
; AaU-Boodler Folk, of 8L Louis, who! .....bI.'Itself that which has been ..- renal candidatefirst, last and all the time." all hope of establishing such J. A. DANK.w /

F hi a candidate for the Democratic nomination ","", eeL. It'" set about this work't i relation would be lost: It would be possible for Florida to be I. Ute absurd. i ;

l for Governor of Mtaeouri. has realignment and rejoveaatloa la a If DOt ridiculous, attitude of voting repeatedly for a candidate who! had long t--1...r tr lnitr.tai. ClothingAT
r promised the PflOtbnt a* at ahirted III _
I
rational hopeful way and with "" beea etimlaated from tbecontest.Florida .
c-. aft .......
he will endeavor to burs pas ed a. _I.. of nrcnan "I should send a delegation to fit Louis UNIN8TRUCTKD. leaving I
w.Hw,
r' law .provMlag that .all parties shoot e the delegate free to cast Florida's vote for the man who to BEST FOR THE awe I.ea mw U. 1I I Cohen's.OYSPEPTICIDE

r nominate their e-.t.-J'. .atimary.t POLITICAL CHAT. NATION- BK8T FOR DEMOCRACY. BEST FOR FLORIDA DEMOCRACYBEST I I .
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and tbahal' partlea shall, hold theirprimarleo FOR DEMOCRATIC srt7CF S. :

'-. oa the amne day. The poll Treign:'of the demagogue la thing 1 The Democracy Florida should be represented la the National Democratic ,I ROBBED' THC ORA VE. i .
0( which we have heard a great deal -
sheets will be compared as4 "repeatera" -. Convention by Democrat UNPLEDGED and UNINSTRUCTED., who
4 proami'u that will make I) at! aethlBX which has really exist.editor eau sacrifice. If aeoeaaary. their personal choice and vote for that Democrat A tartltnf lac/ >at U aarraZed a

hard fof- the Ioodlei r \01 control, the a lost tlme.more prominentlyappisartas I whom the hour Buy produce. : Joha OUverv nf PkHadelpkii. a* tot

nominatioa'J a* tfcejr, are_""ttrmptag. ; daring. the perodof political .. low: "I was Ia aa trM condition

t. do u'T.. ....... .. *... eami-tP.. A demagogue. according '' From St.v. at La re.. My skis was almost yellow eyes rank

... !'" ..- ." to the geserflaeceptatioa of the,t11 (Vote for three.) ea, tongue roatM. pain continual b
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The total aamber of poIl.Uzea paid. word la'aa.. aaprlactpled or faction back and sides. '"' appetite rro ta.
T. J. APPLE YARD.
to Tai Cbueetor Worth for,the year. public orator' who attempts to obtain weaker day by day. Three physician
N. J. HILLMAN.
1J6X np to "thi hoar of cloaiag the aa Influence over certain classes of had given nw up. Tbea I.... adviser
CLAIDB L'ENGLB.
books mat Friday ......war MM.'Mr. lwople by a direct appeal to their ,. -I T to ase Rleetrir Bitten; to my Joy tk -i*

o Worth aaad the flgvra paNie yeMer*i I Jadka From Congressional Districts first bottle Bade a decided Improve
He eatimate that than are I Thete are few character taore "lbe 0 _to I eoaUaved their ace for three
day. (Vot for two from district you are la'
C..v* .aU ed ....-.: of aU parties. lathe I. despised than a genuln, unprinci week, and am MOW a well ..... I Ts .
>* ***** iM tat BlOgamotu.:
:' :" ". aacI..tMt. taue4 a these pled. aknlklac dumsgogue when he First. S-:on.J. Tfcird. know they robbed tke crave of another .
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Bcvrea. k* eatlmatadthat| UO vote stands uncovered aad exposed to the ,W. R FULLERD.. N'. BATCHCLLOR. F. G. RE.8R.W.A. rlrtim." No oae aaould faD to trjtkem. -- rIo1Et5I1OKEr--:- -- --,

would ..coat talk*.oooaty ta the May. wMIc pile aa he really". Macaaley. P. JORDAN. D L. OAULDEN. C L. WILSON. Only M seats, pana..... a

Tampa. Trl a*.. I the great historian, says Gl'him: -Ia Ab.I. aU-drucflaU. .
.primary.:: .is.ta.o.g s.da ..Lsumf..I" .

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w: F. MILLER G CO., .

H. M. KING "The Ideal"Special
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Funeral Director and Embalmer.. UNDERTAKERS. I

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,: ......* Attnt_ to Telegraph ur T uPh.", Call.. 413-..12th Street Phone 25 Sale of Seasonable


, -- ._ --- I Ia Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices..
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'THEf A pleasant party visited Cape Florida of Savers though they hardly think STATE NEWS i iI I -

f DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS }'nterda), going': uv.*r oa the >achtHyci it prnliable. They rite In support of Bctttl! Belts! I I Ladies black mohair skirts aa4

i TTniw In the party were Mr. their theory that the water nbere Sawyers I Nearly every night the pant week i| Sea the newest fad In ladles crush round length seven gored lap seanta

j; and Mr- J A P Lane sod little daub. leaped overboard Is Infested with the homes of one of our citizens baa belt. white tan black and mode | Inverted plait; the regular I7.M xjad.

r: MIAMI LA.. Mal 10, 1WM.MAIL Iffg, Mr H. B Glasiico editor of the man-eating sharks, and 'hat the bod) been entered' by a thief or thieves. an II I! Special pnc-e. .. .. . ... .sue
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SCHEDULE. and his young!: son Jamie; Mrs. W. T. i{ before It would have been torn toni the report last week of the robbing In Ladles seven gored Sicilian cloth I, Lades Silk Snits.skirts. .

tlenliDgton. Miss Stone. Mrs John S ... en. Outside of this they admit that I the store of G. B. Reynolds, It has developed i i In white; all man tailored, perA large assortment of silk suitsj

\ Arr.ve from the North 1 Clrmonii. son and two daughters. Mrs : it would be .possible for the body to that Dr. Matheson's store WM feet fitting with seam flare; special, I j many styles and colon: all II........

1:01 a. m. I Howard Keller All enjoyed themselves have been drifted about for woks and robbed. And later I. 3. Slngletary's Prlce.. .. .,.. .. .. .. .. .. ....M.001"lj trimmed and tailored
11:15 p. m. to the fullest eJlIPDL' I I' months and finally I deposited la the I house was entered and a watch and II j I \

Close for the North I i| hay here, the Intended domination of I about $25 In money stolen. They also ilb Cersets.i .

(:01 a. m. Mr H B. Glasuro. editor of the he' man when in life. entered the bone of W. J. Young and i I Ii i Ladles C. B. Corset No. 30!. mad :of

(:45 P. B. Plalnde.!rr-Hrrald. of Charleston III. i I' If true It .ts Indeed one of the most stole some money, and on Saturday { best quality Batiste; this corset gives

who Is visiting bin sister i Mrs J. A. PLane I I |iallar freaks' of the. water ever night n negro' made aa attempt to rob I tb* correct' ", erect form.
north of town was an interestIng ''known.. Mr. and Mrs. Rose la charge= of the I
I Special price... .... ... .... ..tL'SNo. '
TOWN TOPICS. I and pleasant caller at the Metop-:II i poor house, but was scared away..
I oils. offlre this morning This Is Mr. :!' PALMETTO AND CLARA. This. however has furnished a clue, $47 Warners mst-proof corset

Glaiwco's lint visit to Miami though :I i and its/ supposed that the thief\ .to one j Is a corset that gives the utmost sat-
Two Well Known Miami Yachts Nowat '
TANNIC ACID FACTORY. The he has been la other portions of tn. ,i of the railroad hands, as It Is hardly i' Isfactloa both for correct shape and .
| New Orleans.
Florida Extract Company manufacturers State and he has greatly enjoyed his I' likely that any of our colored popula- wear
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of taaaie acid to BOW working I eiprrlences here. He leaves for his tion would be engaged In such daring 1 I Special price... .. .. .... .....$1.W
i A New Orleans exchange says of the '
run force and turning out from 26 to I Illinois home tonight i work. The thief to certainly= very !
yachts Palmetto and Clara which sailed I
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30 barrels of the Buld dany. AS previously bold. for every night the past week It i/
from here the lint of last
stated the acid is mad. from I part has .been a very bright moonlight i: I ..
month for 8t Louis, via the We*. I
the roots of the common sew palmetto THE I night and a man could be easily distinguished -
NEWS ON BAY.
I II Coast and Mississippi river: I
In the moonlight Still
aad mango bark and to used la tanneries
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for prepariag leatller.I ,I'.I Two handsome pleasure boats one this. fellow has somehow managed tol Stu rllMf1J I
the property of T. A. Snider, the Clnclnnstl -
Al Sturgis Captain of the launch Hy- do his work without being dl.eonrecl.1
WILL. INJURE CROP. Tomato opus will leave tomorrow for New ', catsup manufacturer and the but It Is more than likely that he will Kuhn. Shirt WMts.

growers stated today that the showers York where he will have charge of .a I i other owned by Commodore D. F. soon be In l'UBtod-Fort Myers One hundred. waists, an at ass, alL
I i Hughes of New York arrived In port the latest la madras and
styles laws |
sad
BOW prevalllag dally threatening yacht the coming summer. Al Is one I! Press.
to continue will greatly damage the of the most popular skippers of the yesterday and tied up }at the head ofPelican . Batiste; only a few of sack style:

f late crop by making the fruit drop sad Beet and will return to his old berth i avenue, on the'Algiers: side ofri..u. One of the most despicable acts of worth $2.50 and $. We offer to] t

crack open. There to still a considerable in the fall.Captain | the Both are en route to Si.Uwls. brutality that ever occurred la Lakeland close at... .. .... .... ....,$c. each

crop la the Homestead country . and will bee'Ia port here about was perpetrated Wednesday night Ladles Japanese silk shirt waists. : t

sad la the north part of the ,county Roes and daughter, of the a week. They came up the river with Davla. the mulatto negro who has been back and front tucked and Massed 1

that will suffer unless. the rain ceases. yacht Jupiter, will leave with theli I H. T. Roome's handsome lessee but working at the cleaning and dyeing with lace; Bishop sleeves; a waist that '

boat the latter part of the week few : the Roamer left them at Lake Bore_ establishment of C. V. Robinson assaulted will wash. Special............. .$... ;\ .r
canal and came to the city by way of aa 11-year-old colored girt and Ladles shirt waists
CASH JIPROVlNO.-Du Cash the their former home In Jacksonville ts same as eat
i Lake Ponchartnin.I = so mutilated her that there are fears trimmed with lace back tacked '
young white mss who was seriously spend the summer I ; ; new \

stabbed la the back at Pompano last e I| "Mr. Snlder's boat the Palmetto. I* that she will die. As soon as the fact sleeve with. tucked caL Special... .... .... .... .... .$100 d'I
Saturday while attempting to separate A large barge loaded with rock" fen j I. handsome sixty-ore foot craft and became known a few enraged coloredmen .

1 fti i.t sea and who was brought the jetty while being towed to sea .... built at Morris Heights New York went In search of the assaultingbrute I E. B. DOUGLAS

here for medical treatment to improving this.. morning by the tug Boa Accord i last tall The boat's .beam Is thirteen and succeeded la capturing him. ,

rapidly sad great hopes are _ter- grounded oa r the bank just around Inbl.feet and her depth three feet Her Realizing the serious nature of his 310 and 312. w Twelfth Street.

tai .d b, the attending physicians for Brickelfs Point The barge went oa Is finished la mahogany with crime= Davis made a break for liberty

his recovery. His assailant has sot hard but fortunately' the tide was on oak trimmings, and Is perfectly ar and was shot la the leg by one of his. -- -- .-- --- -

yet been arrested or say effort made the flood and after about aa hour's ranged. The boat to operated by a 25- captors and was recaptured and turned J.

to effect the same, so far as could be work It was gotten off and the tug proceeded horne power gasoline engine which= over to Deputy Sheriff Johns who locked -

leaned. on to sea.e. drives her at the rate of twelve miles | him up. Later on a posse of negroes School Will Soon Close ,

an hour. Captain William Gates of supposedly friends'went to the

OFFICES a.o8ED.AU.tJ offices The yacht Klondike Captain Ball Providence.= R. I, Is la command of the I jail and released the prisoner. It was

are closed today oa. account CII which has been popular with the Ash Palmetto. He carries a crew of thremen. at first thought that he had been taken And your children will soon have a long vacation from \ ...

to\ primary eJecUoaJ ""IIlIe.ot. .- lug public the past season was takesup Including the engineer Chas. K.Priddy. from jail and lynched= by the enraged book*. Why not place them in the "_:.
the river this morning and tied of Canada, the steward toil a colored population bat It later devel- '<;
holiday with them the beaks are '
also dosed as there was nothing dotnala up for the seaaoa. Captain Ball will deck hand. On board are Mr. and Mrs j oiled that he was la hiding somewhere :: ._Miami Musk? ,a:
go as master of the yacht Granatas Snider. They stay several weeks at I
their line, an depositors and 'other Nava Contervelol I '
being absorbed. la polities. and take worth leaving here the St lands. at the expiration of which instituted you investigated our *.*- ,

latter part of the week. they will start back to New York. going I "Partial Scholarship. Ran?" enabled t.j:

5S a via the Great Lakes. Mr. and Mrs .
SALOONS CLOSED.-AH saloons are negro' and a dangerous character and to obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely a
The Savato. CaptainBob
auxiliary yacht Snider have beet wintering at Miami(
had they dealt with him la a summary
efoned today bat despite this tact Busby, which has bees hauled out ; Fla.. and came here direct from Miami. manner It to not likely that notice nominal cost. StoaVso can acreage. far ... al Praxtfct Pies i
to la evidence any .
liquor those drinking .,
oa the at Perk Bailey's for the
ways The machinery of the Palmetto to
would have .been taken of the matter.
It laid la II
having a supply yesterday, put two weeks having repairs md perfect la every detail. :A iA-galloa Lakeland News. Franklin Coleman Bush Director.
Even with tab there has
wee ao CM
hr hull and
to undergoing a thorough j gasoline tank supplies gasoline! for C.

disorder. overhauling was put Men In the caster I 1 the engine! and enables the boat to I There are quite a good many Florid- .;

this morning looking spank ono | make! a long journey without stoppingfor tans like the Californians mentionedby ... . . . ....... ... . . . . ..... .ss. ,
NOT DAUNTED.-While the rain f
aew. Commodore F. O. OrlswMd. her i fneL the Los Angeles Herald But If the
that fell today had the effect of dampening and of friends from I SPIERS & MERCIER'
owner a party I "Commodore Hughes' boat. the Clara figures quoted are correct for California
the politicians they were arflaunted New York are expected down Is smaller than the Palmetto This then our orange growers' have a I
/ sad many of them were as tomor-j I
.... row or next day and will go little vessel to forty feet la length, tea great advantage. One dollar and nineteen .:
fflr-rty as ducklings, sad many of them
yacht for aa extended cruise after tar- feet la width and draws about two feet I cents= delivered to the car would :

seemed to rather. enjoy the cooling off poa and la southern waters of water. She, too, to a gasoline boat, not leave as much margin for profit I I Real Estate. Life Fire and
may aut. e e
; earryi-.z; a tea horse-power engine. Many people would like to know what | i
Mr. J. E. Ingraham. third rice-
She averages about tea knots per hour. oranges cost= the man mho grows them. Accident Insurance
.BAPTIST LADIES 8OCIAU-Tbe president of the F. E. C. Ry. to expected i
Commodore Hughes and Mm. Hughes but few know. p. J. Dreher, of Pomo-
LaJlesAM Society of the First Baptist down tomorrow morning from 8t
make. up the party aboard. The commodore na, has Investigated the subject oa ajI Rental and Collection
church WIll give aa lee cream sad Augustine sad will go oa a cruise 01 Agents
to the master of the little vessel I considerable scale, for he Includes .l
cake social and sale oa the evening several days la his. yacht Enterprise., .
and his crew consists of a negro orchards at Pomona, 75 at Covina and < >
of the 24th at the residence of Mrs. Captain Ed. Graham master. I
deck" band and his. steward. 43 la San Bernardino county la his
Johnson oa Fourteenth Street The e e e e Office over Bank of Bay Biscayne, '
"Mr. Snider the owner of the Palmetto examination a total of in orchards
proceeds are to go towards plasteringthe The tradlrg schooner Waif, Is la .
Lock Box
i to a member of the Royal-Cana aad 2.8-8 acres valued at $1.CTOJOS. 177. Miami. Fla.

church. port from the keys with a cargo' of diet Yacht Club and Commodore total cost of labor and fertilizers i .iseesssss i. . . . . . . . . 1'
and other fruit.
sapadllla . Hughes to on the roll of the New York $2Qrt.S91. This gives aa average valueof .,it
Yacht Club. KM.SA an which Includes bad
acre =
S The sloop Sea Maid. I. I. from the! MINISTERIALISTS CONTROL PARIS Every subscriber' to the Dally Metropolis
PERSONAL MENTION.H.H water reservoir, pipe lines and orchard -
keys with a cargo of fruit LEGAL PAPERnThe equipsjoat Oa this basis he figures Parts May 19.-The result of the ran S can aid some deserving yoaa 1
I __ nlcipal elections has transferred themajority man aad woman la seeurlag a bnataeaaeducation
r the average cost of oranges per
ta the Council to the Ministerialists.
by the ballots
using to which
: Haslett. of Arch Creek la la THAT DROWNED WAN. following papers were filed for box at $1J delivered at the car.-Agricalinrirt -
with 43 against 35 Nationalists they are entitled on of
J' I I payment tabscrlptiona. -
tow today. record la the clerk's office of circuit j
i '' and S Independents. TheprovtB- Read oar' offer CIa sixthvase.
May Be Louis gayers. who Committed today: _
cial returns are Incomplete bat the .
Mr. K. Tharln, a.popurar knUcat M Suicide by Drowning I I I Warrantee deed-W. A. Filer and COL. PITCHER'S CONDUCT.
tendency to that they will probably favor -
the pip from Savannah, to la the sty wife to 8. J. Bennett for SOO. Ion -
the Government' though by .leas LIVELY: OONT=B'L j
today visiting his trade. The finding of the body nf an ..- :| acres' la sec. 13. tp.=S3, range 42. Failure to Keep a Marriage Engagement -
Marseilles
majorities thaa expected. ,
known man oa the bank of the bay | AIt'f'f'ID..t-Bf't./ Sempfanie it. Alleged. One vote with
Bordeaux and Lillie have gone aattUlatoterialtota. wary tea Bean paM
Ulas Riley of'JDC'kYlIJebo has L. J. Brown and husband Jamot -
near Bona Tlsta last Sunday In a I for subscriptloa to the Dally aTitronKB .
bees visiting Ur. and Mrs. S. L Patterson thoroughly decomposed condition and Brown and wife and Williams, for $1 Certain allegations affecting the which can be used toward ......

?,at their home oa Thirteenth. .beyond rerognltioa" as to color etc.. I ltsemenl of way across' certain Iaa1 character= of Lleutenaat Colonel William some worthy young person's 'wmy

Street.!returned home last aigbLf brings up a. l.lfl'MtIDIaraaaloll' \ ft la ...... 21. tp. 2S.raage 41. L. Pitcher. 2Sth Infantry U. 8. through a corrsspoadsnc.
course hi
f to Its Identity In that no one to known Satisfaction of 'mortgage-Jeanette. Army. have been referred to Col. S. C. C =:J 11ooii"'....... or staaograpay. For Oft

Daa Cosgrove sad Chas McCarty. to have base drowned In this. or adjs-i' '. Belcher and husband to Melbourne.State Mills. Inspector general., for laveatlgaOon. I parOcalars reed. the 1IaIf..,.. agar i iaoBBcamsat

b an employed at Palm Beach. cent' waters.' Bask.Warrantee. says the Washington Star.' IB to-day's r*... ;
cam down that. morning
others.from different parts 1C, last; oae Louis C Sa,..... John C. Knight for $*on. certain toad failure of Colonel Pitcher to carry out for June received. The Racket Store. If you want to Improv yarn' ,.,.,...

of the fosaty.Staaleyi of N. York committed suMd by I. see. T. tp. 53. range'42. aa engagement of marlage with Miss ty. gad aeed to borrow mosey far Cbn

jumping overboard from the steamer I: Quit claim deed-a W. Herring to Cornelia L. Harrald. a resident. of thisMty. U A A.GOOD W. CresMrtie.hORSE FOB LSSMS.ALL-Apply City. purpose, try CM.. Q. Curry. Atteraaw.

Padgett the popular young Martinique when a few hours out from I Southern States lead, sad Timber Co.. The lady to question to a native at-law. West Palm Beach. SQ

drug clerk at the Btoeaya. Pharmacy. Havana The body has never bees) for $i and other considerations' one of North Carolina, and to a 11,201 Flae Laeea sad Embroideries at The

sum leaVe for New York this week found. 'hundred aad sixty acres la sec. C, tp.4A. clerk la the War DepartmentThe Racket Store. There are many yoaag aaani.Miami .

where iawtn enter la* New York la .Later a sealed bottle was throws range it. 'T to that .her engagement and DUe eaaaty lstenelsl as "

sttnte .W'pharmacy'aadkalsh .htororrse overboard from the name.steamer. fa :;: Quit claim deed George W. Lala- with tv,' 'rfcer was announced lathe We use Tianam cream ta an aw learning boak-katptaa W Vma sphy
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h .his chosen profeasloa.tr.NM. about the same position as Vawverjumped hart aad wife to Soutaera States Land local= pa n- sad a wedding breakfast tot cream sad arise tan 1M plain sad U. MsOoful peepu .. r

overboard' la. and a short fiae \and Timber Co., for $1 and other roastderstioos. given at t'j -.e of Rear Admiral -- make It Boaatw. for two nf tl.m r

George and ,.. guests. Ora.Dr. ago It came ashore* near the entraee I: M acres" la sea l$. tp. 29. Chester la this :t$. but that a few Rotate and families ran' any genuine have a chant wtthout fate Act at A

..... aid -. of Daabary. Coam, to Blwa7ae.Ba1. The Gulf Stream s-oi j range 3s.Warrantee. hoars before the time net for the wedding ';< Tennessee cream at Btoraym. Drag single" dollar. For tan wattO at Oa

wt.j hart been oa aa extended cruise la close to the shore along this roost. ,' deed Wm. E. Rautereoaj CoL Pitcher left the city &1M.I Plans see the sixth page of thai ]paws

la the tatters yacht. Oraaatsa. win and the fact that the mule owe j:!''I'sad wife to Fred Kidder for $150. east subsequently wrote a Dote to Miss Hare BMdCI\IUUIII1'aae7 groceries traits .

fcT tonight by rail for their home. ashore has led to the beHei bjr mr iy half of lot 8, Hk US Cutler. roW saying. that he had changed his. { etc. at WilMa F,.-., 7 Pare ,....... tress oa sail K

TV-7 will letara ben west seasoBTMr. that the current has drifted the body Warrantee deed-Hiram G. Pollocm mind about marrying and hat joined !; t Btsmyae Drag Compaay. UI' 1

northward and by some free af Its I!jla'Joba J. Sour and wife for lino. ( his regiment at the Presidio of Sam : If you vast Ice eraam that hi gnod

.. Wm. McGrlff of Daytona fathetof own landed it la Biscayae Bay. j wrea la serOoa t, tp. 63. range 42, Francisco., | and pure bay It of the Biscay Drag ARE YOU GOING TO BVILl't

Mr. RrC 'hkG off to tie guest ot Others. who are skeptical about wen .1 Deed-Florida East Coast Rv. Co.. Senator' : Simmons\ and Represent- ,I''Company. They nan Toaaessee cream Let aa figure on your work sad says
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the ._ Foarth Street Mr: Mr. being the ease, admit that the Gulf I it. Herbert Pouter, far ITS. lot II, blk. tin Small J of North Carolina have Interested 142FVRNiSHZD von -.,. GRAHAM KINO A GRA.I .

Cr:ff has sot bee to Miami tor tw. Stream and ,Its mysterious eurrrats ,,11*. Wet Palm Beach.. them selves to the lady' behalf :, ; HAM CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS -

I years.and ..... wonderful changes sad U. done' many peculiar table sad 1! Deed-Model Lad Co. to H. Camp. and Insist that OIL Pitcher's eon- HOCSU.oa .- I ..will; figure oa all classes of ....N-

nmwovedMota jU h t..i.... .plaa that It .. sot beyond a-nonlMUtv. that: ,...... for Sea. tea 'acres. la nee. SS, tp I IIS. duet. to a proper subject of official lavestigatloa. -\( Tenth street, for wilt Apply althto ,I laga. Pinna furalahed. 23$

4u... ai. .:.haeae.kae.ts........ .. Obi body of the drowned man to that)I south of range 42. j i de& i Boa N.. 41*. ... -

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friend of Senator Mallory SIX THOUSAND' DOLLARS. A V.'ILSH BABY PROPHET.
[warm personal I
I I hare been supporting Senator I I I W
:I| An extraordinary incident alleged ififH.
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In Jacksonville' to be
Tallaf ro Pat t"P wsaeredAgainst
'' ;; to hilt ox-ci.rrrd about the! middle:
that Paacola Journal Interview |I -'Outside of discharging a political [ Hearst. of 1),:t-uiU-r I lj
-wttfc Senator Mallory fully explain! debt Senator Mallory himself ..011141 i iI j i cw sensation in Bctbi-Mln. Chi alri'i.iv

r I. aboat u follow: like to see Mr. Tallaferro returned, to The following communication n.1 I| while a roman *'a* washing Rates.
j
-Senator Mallory said that for.obYton I the tasted States Senate, for the reason I plain Itself: her hrff-lIloothfl-Old child to the Clubbing

that their work ha been most harmonious story JT reasons lie had not taken an !.Editor Metropolis:
and their personal relation to i.cjir the baby "Blunddvn of
MJ
A Democrat of this city who Is large'ly
J CUT part In any of th. pending eon- of the bNt,' Interested In the welfare and development nadw) fdd) y fiw\ddvn ne.af, mom," L c rt

tort, but that sine hu nUn bent 'No. this I. Dot unexpected at all. of Florida said to me coca which, roughly translated means

c day ago bin attention ha been Mr. Stockton always demand a full I i "Xut year mil be a terrible }'ear.
that he bail been recently watchlnr I Iwith and I The people of Dade County will want all the news
called to a report concerning his attl- pound of flesh, and In his extremity I I mothern! her astonishment
Interest the political < .t'i 't:
this
it is
which ; terror mother laid the child year as to be an interesting one be-
contort, use
th aeoatorlal Senator
tide on I simply brought the pressure on your paper, particularly with rtierenctto j I -
1 I down and neighbors houaa cause of the elections
j ran to a ,
mined tarn eorrencrhere
to have
'
ne *a- Mallory to for
the of W. R. Hearst
7-- and which he conadelred It hu candidacy par'I President that the dispatchesj
; press I: The woman at once ran
duty to refer to. w-eral'' ; I la your paper would name variou the li eand.. the child ; National State
to v: pirfcinrj
I I and
'It ....-_* to him from ,State that would positively declare1 CountyThe
soothed and caressed it l.hile,1
P to the up i
that he was opposed !t
source i for Meant, to be followed a few daslater aDd then half plavfulir half inearnr
election of )tr;J. N. Ct Stockton to the i There are foaaaelat for Governor -
I by the announcement that tiesame i|. +t, tbe aid to the child "Did
United 8tate Senate. )lr. Mallory said before tile approaching primary I
had declared for Parker J
State i tell mother that next
that tain wa without any authority Tlx: Broward Bro... Dart and Maya.The Jo i your yea : .
or some other conservative candidate. r .' h u"a terrible yearTo her Metropolis
and was not true; that 11.1 j fight U mad only on Davl*-fa* |
him.
from with the remit up to this time that !' ttu .u....dcd * s would not be understood a* dUparacUg I* the ander-dog. All manner of evil
only twenty-four delegate have been | "Ye*." and fell back\ dead. Has perfected
I it
of Mr. Stockton** opponents. things are being said against. him. If arrangements whereby can offer
t any Instructed for Hearst, a* against several The child was buried on the followtatf 1 1
such
tat that It'wai ... both to Mr. Stockton elected Governor of Florida his opponent .' attractive rates for various newspapersthat
t hundred for Parker. Satnnlur: afternoon in the presence
f and to himself .. nay that be wwpersonally for the nomination ..rile willsteal He called attention to'the fact that of lar e crowds who dincurred i there should be no excuse for people' remaining

t and politically a warm all the public bind belonging to J according! to the dispatches In your the fton and are spreading it far in ignorance as to the happenings of

friend of Mr. Stockton and rpected'< to the State and turn them over to the I II. paper, Connecticut. Indiana and Illinois and wide.-Literpool Post.e : the year.

for him at the primary. railroad and other C'OI"pOI"&U It' would I
rote soon to hold conventions
Mr.TaUaferro't campaign manager.Mr. said that Mr. Davl will Ia..ttill his his A._.<.-.r th* Csav.Melville -

H. A. McEachemi: speaking of this Cft'S In the fare of tile people and declare for"Hearst and predicating, ha deposited t:. !atone general managerj I .
he
results
nbooerYt-1'opinion on previous .f tb* AsHutlaled rr.wbo was In
lawn.r*: will bow and map and be RATE.
with me $4.io. with Instruction 8t. Petersburg at tll.time of tile outbreak -1
It .U well knows that Senator Mallory eat to corporation and other evil Influence -
: to rover ell or either of the following of the Rnmo-Japanes* war Will
t. ban often said to nratnnl friend ,. *. ,f propositions: present at tbe royal ball that wa glv-1

that Senator Tallaferro wa entitled 80 many evil thing Indeed First-Ou* thousand dollars that en a week before the Japanese attacked, The Daily Metropolisand

to a second term and that hi. record been about )II'. Davis. that In 11..1 Connecticut: will not Instruct for'' the Rumun ship at Part Arthur say One V
S bat with ear
mot excellent. Harper's Weekly. Tb tsar spoke
In the SwatS wa speech at Lesbrg he appealed Connecticut will
Hearst, and |5 e. that
Mr. ItaMie. and In ibecourse of tile convcrMtk I
obligation .
that owing to his political .ladle to pot their diamond and other
take declare for Parker. >u tbe America remarked that I IIt Daily imes-Union $10.00SemiWeekly
to
lie wonld not be In a position Jewelry under lock and key, to the Second On* thousand dollar that j jIndiana dU un' ..... like war to see *o vast jn j

an active part'In the campaign. men to lock their stable donra. sad to will not Instruct for H--- I ._ial'lT su Intent on pleasure.. Tb.

l -"BuC Inquired tile reporter "now the eta omdals to place s pollcraiM. std t:OO that Indiana will Instruct for raatrs reply. was __tole. But remember Times-Union 15.50.

do yon account.for his portion at this to guard the bank for they had a dan- Parker. the Ita<..... of Klcfamona"
Un tbe night before waterloo bl f Weekly (Metropolis with
UUbourTThat reruns man In their midst and lie 41dI Third-One thousand dollars that Semi-Weekly Times-
said MrMcEachem I sakt They both langbed. but the Satnrday '
I*. easy became to explain.Mr. :Stockton not want to be subjected to tempta i Illinois will not Instruct for Hearst i' following tbe Japanese naibasnador. Union fz.oo

: straits, ,and $>* that a majority of the Illinois under orders from home, asked With Atlanta
finding himself 1 desperate tion.The truth Is. however, that Mr. Dana ;delegation will support Parker or some fur! bis psxport4. and on the following I II..I.y Journal twice a week 12.25

and\nowlag that h* would be defeated nw been In public life.for a longtime conservative candidate la the national \ "'.-'.t nshting! f.Tt.RUUHKD : With Weekly Palm Beach News $2.00
appeal to .
he ha* mad. a pleading\: doa I
bees known to
and ha never convention.
Mallory to make the statement I f fce THE ORAVE.
Senator that has brought thousand dollars to
F..m-on.
official act
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Senator MaOory. feelln single A startling iariil nt U urra;" lit ,
has .and dtocbarglng a political I tile blush of shame to hi* constituents. + $:J i/lei that Hearst will not Tie nominated John Oliver, of Philadelphia a* follow Old subscribers must pay all back dues before they

that he was to th* demand m* oebt. yielded Railroad when elected to Congress' he and $o* against ",11IIO that Parxetwill akin
; My was almost yellow ayes sunken in advance must all orders
Wav! *p the position nod I be. nominated and elected. .. { accompany for
"wlU this In any way affect the ellwaUon Immediately gave tonga coated! pain continually ii these combinations..
t i
emphatically above
Senator Tallaferro Is. In his public speeehe I j Will you kindly publish the back and aides, no appetite, growing
far a* .
as declared that If It ran be shown that Tour truly. Harry El* n.Jacksonville. weaker day by day. Three physicians

concerned. ? Mr. McBacbern. refleetlvrty. he has been guilty of a questionable': Fla May .. 104. had ct.... ID. up. Then I. advised( ADDRESS
No: said unfaithful
tor the ream that act or has been In nay war to us Electric Bitten; to my joy. the

It win not of the friend of Senator to his party or to the people of Florida stat ..lie's eating pun.. .' lint bottle bad a decided Improve- .

,e the treat man fed that the friend of senator he win at once red from tile race. rl3atdoesn't rlgnlfv."Of .- menu I eonUnn their use for thrwweek Miami Metropolis.

Mallory af.fVIM.Ct him for )fl'. Dart I. our of the most genial coarse It doe*. When a man has *, and am now a .aII..... I
were (
.Teltaferro: to cwt prune at horn hell ebooeeomethiug
and these
of know robbed till
and it was moon the. and companionable men they Faye of soothes
second term else when be nL-
ar itto5agal.M character ought to hetlrebuked victim.- No one should fan to '
that oppo attack on his try
wood term Hen But maybe be' been bearding n*
him wa withheld sad'- find by the .people of Florida-Orala IBanner. tone tb* baUfs tee Mreng fr hia."- them. Only CO cent, guaranteed, at

that the .. > rhiladelphin I'fta. I aD dna IttL ,I
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or 'THB cmccrr' COUP' or inn proved and the said County Committee

, GEO. H. MEYERS, UNITED. BTATE FOR rRB flrrjTHERN Is hereby commanded to publish thin
DISTRICT OF rtORIDA.te .
order la The Miami Metropolis' Sad
UM matter of Cowtoauuttea of LandbetwMm
la the"){Jam.! Record-which
Evealng
BiaeajrM Bay aad Un AUutk
Electrical Contractor o.-a. said newspapers are published In the

The ProaHUat: of the United BUlee ofAmerica City of Miami!, and continue the ........

ratloo thereof until the close of ele -
T. John P. Horr. Eao. Caited State
I lion day.It .
Manhal for tho
1113, Avenue Southern tHetrtct: at
Florida: Oreetin: Is farther ordered adjudged aaddecreed
,' Mak. knowa to Dnataaa T.
Field.
Mary that the respondents herein
Estimates for W. Oebom. rank Oebora. Sash C. On.bora. .
be discharged from the eommaada of
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Viola U
Oebora. D. D. Hendrkrk.oo
xc ....... C. Hendrlckeoo, and Mary W.- the alternative writ tawed herein
Hectnc \ Bell
Light Wiring. t wiring. Oebora. Executrix and Plank Oebora. without costs.
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Executor of tho hut win and teataI Done and ordered at TitusvUle In
Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. of Rare A. Oebora, rt.iea.nl, and
an other ncraoas mtereated la the follow. Chambers, till 7th day of May. A. D.
. ln. dearrlbed lands; that 1904.
w....mm a petition was .... to the Minor 8. Jones

FREDK. S. MORSE above entitled canae praying tile eon- tit Judge of Said Court
........t.Ion of certain lands for the oae
of the Called Status doecillied a* too
low:: Commencta at ia point south MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.
2f ae...... in minute weet M feet from There's nothing like doing a thins
Watch this space REAL ESTATE the northnut corner of the nonhweetquarter thoroughly. Of all the Salve yon ever
of eertioa M. to township H
beard of. Bneklen's AroJea Salve lathe
oath, t2
nnge nut. raaaln thence south
a ...,... M minute eaat about la feet beet It sweeps away and earea
:- ofFlorida Offices ap stair Cor. Av*.C aDd U tb 8&.
for change .
t the ahore of the Atlantic Ocean thence bums sores, braise, cut, boils Bleers. -
followlne- said ........
aoutheriy for about skin
eruption and tin
Miami Dade Co., Florda. 11:2 feel thence north C d.*,.. W ...- pilea.
..... weM (alon* a Une parallel to and only {Sc, and guaranteed to give natIsfaHkm. -

f East Coast Railway distant at right .n.... from t.. nortVera By all dna lata..
POWERS' MEAT MARKET. boundary. of thla tract of tend bring dw
.......becI. 1M frt about foot to lowwater
mark on 81_,... Bay. thence
northerly following ..... low water mark TWO IS B=TTU TEAL OKX.
Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork about in!* feet, thence south i dismsI
t Schedules minute oust Ulonf a Bn* parallel to Here's a Toe ater for the Mi-raorou
r Sausage Hams Poultry, etc., and dlntaat/ at right aniea from the readers! wash to sat meaiey
108 YDI1I.: Do MIAMI. FUMUDA. southern boundary of this tract of tend and we knew bow to help yen We
I hem.arrlbeit.. KOI. :e.t.) about IS feet es" Sz It so you pay a little more thaUM
to the print of paper and get the twe
rnmmanmmiat. eoatatac want
Are You Build ? : C.4 ncrea more or leas to Daoe County. yon The price of the Daily
Going to Florida; ime.-t'sio. and (,:IIi_ ha reeeaUy a

l Therefore t.... preaants are t* Command been reduced to the following prises

them and each of them sad any Three month..... ........... | 1 MtUzssonUis ;
so, or if you need building material of and sad all persona mtereotad la or baying ....... ............. SM ..
you should not fail to see lieu 5105 rid laada. ts 1. sad -F Oaa year................... .. M
l before the Oreutt Court of .... Called We propose te send yon both th.
Statea tor .... ........ Dmtrlet ., ......> Daily and Sunday Times-Union. tad)
a.If Ida at JackaoaTflle eai II.....'. J" eoth. ClUaen and U*Mamorou for t
OM. .... sad there. to flla Say abjeetwaa Six months................ .... | SaOn
&: Co. they may bays and to how what year...................... MWe
mtereat they and each of thorn mar have will send you the e..I-W"17 r
la tho iMouoHf. ............ aurrltil Tinve-faton and Cltisea and tat 4
} and to abow cauot. If any they eaa. way IlnaoPOua
Bald lands should net be rLI. a.
Dealers I. Umber. Lath. Shingle*....Mass.Cui..., Brick.UBM cardiac to mw to tho we of the 11..... Six atooUu for................ 1 M
I I Oment.......,.. Hair Etc.Tares State: and why such ...........,. a* laprorMed On*year...... ..............::1 j M
..4 n...Anus 0 sad lab et..tWilson's by mw taxmld not W had; whya Thus for 1g cent are thaa the J P
e : Jury should not be waa used to swam price of tb*daily,joe get two *
the .......; why a ,...,...t ., sad for Ifty cent more thaa the paper.*.. s
domnatlaa aSouVI not bo ....... upon alar price W tb* htrtaoroua,vea get
Novelty the verdict of the .... Jury to aunu.aaco the Sear-Weekl/ TiasecUniea sod }t -
of the gtatato to sock eaaa mad doses sod th* ran' and Tntl
and prprlded; why work other and further Grower. _
t. ..
.. wonB prorooillafi aa may b* aroTV>.d bylaw Send your' anbseriptioa U a* C4a
U now U operation sad ready to receive In auch caaa aa may ho noeeaaary to I. advance always at thiss prices.Tin
enable t.. United 81&... to acertro a pen. Mmoroun,
I J I order feet and foe ....... title thereto should V .... Tls .- \;-c
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Im FOR ANYTHING IN not ho had.WMnea ...
WOOD NOVELTIES. .... Honorable II........ W. Putlor. -") -
t Chief Justice of tho lunnnM Chart .' o
Window sad door aereens. windowaad
A. Robbins & Co. of the railed State and the Seal of
; J. i a i doe franc.. store flxtarea stair Ibis Court st'the City of 1.--vm..1 I :
&
work Inside trimming of all kind to rid Dlmrlrt. on this tty_.. Cooley HomerTltRealEstittuJtaulAttiis /
day of April. A. D. BM. I
. Har=ness and Oarrtaso R.'S. WILSONCONTRACTOR (Seal) E. O. LOCKE. x

, AND BUILDER..Aavchlte Clerk :
1. J Op .?*SAI* JL y l f.f

.....w. ins...csnCATI01f.. ORDER FOR PfBUCATION.la .
;L is remembered after price i& List You
Quality long -- tkt. Qrrnlt Court. Saraatk Judicial Proarty Wit Tkt.IH .

Circuit. Dad County FlorMa.rdlla .

l forgotten. Ray vs "..... H. Ray tflTorc A. flue ptee ef bay froat property
: F. W. HAHN It appearing' by affldarlt appad to with rlparua rights, wittta a fewmiaetrs
Quality Mkes the Bargain. k walk ef the........censor AJf
tha Ull la the abaft stated .... that ol Miami. beiagttO feet oa hay aad
Wad H. Ray tb* defendant therein 400 fee
deep, having a lot Wine
t.. -tlS.. e'w'.ltth Btru.t. -, 1s.d:7mi.HEATT ::r1aI .... ct and 8ai4sI named Is non-realdent of the State of bearing. trees .. It, This I*II la*
I now have In n y employ oa* of tatbest place for a ulster boa.. '
I Florida and to now resident of Port
k draftsman la th Bota. and
am
land. Oregon and 1* over Ue age of
It better prepared than ever tar tarniah- 32S Tietfts Stmt. Silner Btek.
: rwentr-on rars; It la therefore ordered 44.-.
MIAMI. FLA.
r: : BLACKSMITHISG, bendlags tbat Said aon-mldnt defendantb

t-. Bone-Shoeing.Wagon Carriage Warr and la hereby required to appear to *' a
fi. F. B Haven AU Kinds Repairing. I aa new hea4qarten tor turned the bill of complaint Clod In said cans
1_. Erasing aDd Soldering work scroll sawing. and an work as-1
on-or before Maoodajr, the tU day of White
Eagle Baiter
; All Work Guaraateed,n..clu8.i Sh
r sally don la a first das planing am Jan A. D. 111I4, otherwise tb* allegations .. 'j..

Bend at* row order tat door e an* of said bin win b* taken as confessed Foe Chirs. No Wz>tfij,
:' Ooo.SEABOARD AvenuoID.: :
Shop window frames, Bnster. bracket by said defendant Best
i S etc. red be convinced. It to further ordered that this order
.... A. COLBY Proprietor.
f3t. MIAMI. Fl b* published one a week for four' eosseeuUvs -
1 SOiTwelfra'Mreot.Clubbing .
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f (Dally) a newspaper published la

McNeill-- aid coaaty and Stab.This .
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tad day of Ms,. 1104.

Livery Feed r and Sale Stable12th KCDeaAora.Clerk Circuit Conrt.. e 0 Rates. .

Air Line Railway 8. a Fitts.Depsty .
f Street West of Railroad.We Oerk. You can save money by subscribing -

Robert R. Taylor. for the
! P'OR have gentle horses broke for ladies to ride and drive. Solicitor for Conpalca3tNOTICE. paperm
you want through

f Savannah. Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines, Good Comfortable Carriages; The

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VL- Richmond Washington Baltimore
Raleigh, ,
Philadelphia. New York. First class Teams, and la the Circuit Court of the Seventh Jadletol .

pI" Clrenit." In and for Dad Cons
Metropolis.
Three.Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White Drivers. ty. Florida.

; State of of Florid* ex reL. C. D. We can give you theDailyTunesUnioaaDd
Seaboard New York Li Mi ted. -
1 SaaboardUMtll ..I........... ,t..4..f........... Leffler. Charles Con and W. D. De-
r Seaboard.Express Berry. PlalaUCa.

... Daily Metropolis for

, Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida Pastime"Industrial Record C. W. UePhonon Oeort W. Potter '10.00 a year or both,
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1 TV Boaoaor disi.s.* Stew-Tork----.*... airoatilljulo.._ aM it .............. PulJJdJIII eo. 8. U Patterson W. A. Filer.J. T. BnrUshaw. '-
: ....1_It;.. saesblaiRhiistisss.kaw.silb.. III.11811.18. P,1w: ..b.riesist tJoe .MlcaU". ., a _.tlhI17 m>MnM4 ally B. H. Klrkman .*N.C J.... .oo.
.. ..w.......... ,. "-" L1 ___.A r-__sad..rt*...... It win W.upv.witt7._wna......
.. ..... u the County DemocraO EseetitlYeComIUN *
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It.a a his M h. gdkM ky a c-n W t.M|<--t MM M ...:t1t_ ....rb ie'....1.-.e"i.**. Hi.*-.bt..aisg r 755.5 for Dad Coaaty. Florid,
.- Only line operating daily through sleepers iron i sod.id : .bs.Y = .ry--- arr. -cede.SLX. The
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IBM l.a vHa IIIoieHaaiaMtaraHaiiMtiMi Defendants.
to an
Jacksonville to New Orleans. : wb.c..p.i" .1_r.r.d i aiw.w.d.T. lie ..... .e tloR_... .at a.-.ry
nil I.blab kelvw aW m4 .e .._rlal KaeaCo ORDER. Daily MetropolisSemL
..Jact- ":.YR.,with.. *:',.raa4rM wm ae eei-1.r-78&1"s.b This cans coming on to he heard

E..Agin..ry_' ..5.. .r rr.d.Of\..... Oil.,. c....c.1 _a.Sere..) before Hon. Minor 8 -. Judge of
tale"articular aSurHiiaiiii erin ___by a o
t .For fun. information and sleeper reservation, call on any agent of the eeuv.etr.all haeM WfMtae taMly VaMrt a OM 1Oti'.1 sad lnka ii.kclkum J lsst >.<."- Bald Court la Chamber at TltasrUl* Week!
f Seaboard,or write rl .--wrtk wih on the Jtt day of May. A. D. 1101 atone "
at.lwW ...
t o'clock a. of add day spot the

j. A. 0. IcDOHI ELL IlL IlL i-m itt JtcUonTille, Fit Industrial ldc.mJ-' alternative writ.la .......sad upon TlmCB LlUOn

: jdeboavffle-. I** the answer 814 by respondents herein
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:.,; s. C. BOYL8TON. Jr.. Pass. Aft. .' l I sad having heard $550 a yea

= 1 1f .....-& ..--I. ... ..I.t.-.II.. oa behalf of the retotor and W. W. Weekly Metropolis and Sejni
Erwin on behalf of the respondents:
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It IB ordered, adjudge sad decreca both

wal.TZit..CRARAa J"VES X. ACI!. J. S L PATTSaw" xF Cent rallvLOeateo that the pre-emptory writ prayed for one year. S2.OO.
f' rrsi.... .- .c'UtI Trr.F The In the petition herein, be and the same

to hereby des....
The
---- And It to farther ordered, adjudged Pompano Inn.

i Dade Qouity Abstract (?o. RA.POJfSELL PROPRIETOR and decreed that th. change of the

polling place of the 19th prednct. embmdng IM. UtGtai http,..,*
rdcmpMUTrsvi PioneerHotel the City of Miami from the
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Poaputo Florid,
iBUItDMG City Han and the second Soar thereof,

SFWLrIiL MIAMI. FLA. to the Fair Banding situated .la the -

" I RATES $2.00 TO$1.50 PER DA City of Miami at the foot of Twelfth Accommodations tor rratlfBHB.o

Street made, an per the answer of lT. prods aad a*.

r ,.[ -aa.ra w asd erpia. A..mcm pt' r.cb..f Till. >,,y Say ta.d:. Corner Avenue B and ith tree* respondents herein by the County lidton will fwl that tier m*
" w..eu -Ab.trart-M all-bs pod II-= I..d. corer a ore territory la a am*
[.wave 4.rt.
MIAMI, Democratic Easosthre Onaarttte for
FLA.
d front here Ua from ..1. rao .
r- ,** '. the MM to nertty stlrmed sad a.. poUtoathtUac.mr ,

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i GENERAL BANKING fort Dal i! National i' 1 Bank. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT t '



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

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

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

strength and business.

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Report to the Comptroller of Currency; (condensed) of' the Condition of the Fort Dallas Nation 1

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



AssetsLiabilities. .

Loans and Discounts. . . . $163.055 Capital Stock . . . .. . .$1 oo,ooo 00

Overdrafts. . . . . . . 250 18 Surplus. . . . . . . .' 2.000 oo '

U, S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . :!3.000 oo Profits. . . . . . . : 1.56972

Premium on the same. . . . .. L437 50 National Bank notes outstanding. . 25,00000

Dade.County Bonds. . . . : 5,00000 Deposits r" t. . . . . . 262.070 93B.ankmgHouse.

. ... . . . .. 41.214. 13 1 ."

U. S..Bonds owned. . .$56,625 00 .:

}Due from Merchants National
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Bank ot New york. . 19.15988; .

Due from National Bank of .

Jacksonville . . . 18,39946

I Due from Mercantile) Exchange -

Bank of Jacksonville 7.33613 ; '

i Due from Trust Companies of I

{ New York . . . .. 7,50020 ,

Due from State Banks and

Bankers . . . .. 10,24908 I

Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25000 -

{ Cash on hand in vault. . 33.263 85* 153,783 oo
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.. -' -The-other-candidates---were to be encouraged -,other of then plans would be adult.
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,ed In order to Insure a solid vote foi
1 to rome Into the limelight
i ARRIVALS.SAN ; e here not only they would be open to Parker but the recent utterances of ; I $5,000.00
i HOTEL !I ,critical inspection but probably thetarget ':'DryaD against the New York platform i
'I for mbwlles.. The plan has worked and the fight that Hearst has been put
CARLOS- J' out thus far. Judge Parker, Mr. up In the State have canned many 10 f

M. 'B: Tbartn. Savannah: I). Co. Cleveland Mr. Olney, and Mr. Hearsxhare |think that the national convention'should s Palm
outside of both Hearst and f BeachStock
) Inspected criticised and look
Itaml been
.V crov Miami: J. D. Travers, ,
T A few rocks are still being parker for a nominee.
F. Geralln. Boston. duly pelted. ,
Closed
t PIONEER. L shied at Judge: Parker and Mr. Ts opinion was expres! d that .prrbapsi ( Being out at

H. H. "Hazlett., Arch Creek: A. W. Hearrt. Indiana had better lie In a po l-

Burnett. W. B. Derten, S. T. Griffin. J. The policy of abnegation and tempocscy lon to lead off for another candidate /NEW
YORK
1- ... Deo.rtTlob W. Hood. city. self-effacement was carried by I than any to have her hands tiril for COST.

Mr Gorman to the extent of encouraging ,! Instructions for,nay candidate .
"Several of :tie men thoticM t..e --
Parker In the South.
LA FOLLETTE. TKNN.. BURNED.Kaoxvlllc. organizations
Mayor McClellan of New Y ,. .-.. it-
Tenn. Mar 10.-The en It aim encouraged: the Instructing of 150"
be the strongest man as dark hnrne. C
a
lire business portion of La Follette the New York Democratic State convention -'
s} forty mile from here, was burned the for Judge Parker. All of that and the sentiment was so general that I I
moraine. Thlrty-flve dwellings wen warn done for the sole purpose a* has the Indiana delegation could unite upon Mens Nobby and Up-to-date Suits
him at a.y'time and give h'lji I a
destroyed"causing a ton of |+fl' .** been pointed out of shutting off the I t,
solid vote If, at any time tn the ...mvenlion. Made of :Summer\
with aa insurance of $G0.mrb.REVOLUTION Heart movement In the South nod : Weight Cheviots Home1 -
preventing Mr. Hearst from bottling New York would go to him. spuns. 'iWool Crash; and
Th conference adjourned with the English Cricket
IN HA YTI. np delegations.That understanding that efforts should bebegun Cloth: Wilson l ) Bros Uuett an 'Star inaI
St. Thomas D. W... I, May 10.-Foul has been aromplUhed. too. Mr. -
German Cruisers leave her today foi Hearst has withdrawn from the South. at once to bring about an undemanding ----- n_ '__ _
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t Port M PrtBce. Haytl. where it is r.. horse, foot and dragoons, and Is campaigning with the Hearst faction. I
ported a revolution has broken oat j In low* and Illinois. But it A prism dispatch from New York today 250 f-
'i will be observed-and too much significance lays:

. SATE BCROUARS CONVICTED. ran not he attached to this "Judge Parker's supporters are much Suits Mens Underwear
CallsIBB. point-that there have been no farther disturbed over the report: that Senator NOW ON ,
! Montgomery May M.-J. E. -
Insnirtlons for Judge Parker since Comas will confer with Murphy on \ Wool. Balbriggan Lisle
of Cincinnati wvo made a desperate andFancy| Lisle.
New York acted. Other State conventions -'I the presidential situation. The Parkermen AT
attempt to serape yesterday by ____ ___
and State primMres Have been have made strong efforts to cap
of the
from th window court
jumping
held batth...,. have not tied np the del- ture Mr. Gorman's support, lilt so far "
his. leg, and spralnmafcfal
hoses, breaking Sewell'sTailoring-
egatloos. he has refused to commit blm..lI.That .
wrist was convicted today of burl able Hats For Men.
glary. The great aim and object of the Gorman be will be to Influence i
campaign ls to keep- the delegations large vote la the convention 1* con
blew tare
i B* with Albert Cammeyer
said be free, so that at 8t Louis, when ceded.It .
i. sals hen. and both are to
theeebarg. there ta a deadlock. between: the Bryanand hi known that Mr Gorman has .rte
wanted all over the country on
will Hearst and the Parker factions been IB communication with Tammany i
blowing.Both get
i of safe t
th* limit sentence Gaflahaa was I I Senator Gorman cut treat for a com and the leaders In Pennsylvlnla Establishment 100
promise. and other States. Mr. Murphy baa si.
brought to court oa a Utter today.
I Her Is a dispatch which was received so kept In touch with the Pennsylvnnln KENS STRAW HATS.
In this city taut night from Isdiaaapolls leaders;: and when that state
I' THE: GORMAN STOCK. : refused to instruct Its delegates. for You will find anything you - -

--- Her* Is a gUpatrh which was re- Parker It was regarded as victory 100
s Sharp Advaac In Presidential Candidacy -j reved In this city Jut night for Indianapolis for the Gorman camp. wish in this stock except
MarVeU.ISpHtatfTaaliiBBiarf I : "Many In New York believe there In
Oefrospoodence -Col Richard" J. Bright Is here In already aa> alliance between Tamman shoes, which we are now MENS PELT HATS.
Washington. May .-There has been t..n1f'.lnU..<< Demounts In Gar- ;i:i and Gorman, to which. Guffey of Pennsylvania ---- .- - -
a sharp' advaac ta Gorman stork In man Interests to prevent Parker In- ,' Is also a party, to prevent having a sale of at our
the pa* try day In the Democratic'providential 'I Ir stntctions. at State convention next Parker's nomination. If this Is trueIt 200
: candklncy! market. The ....k." accounts for the apathy displayed shoe store. ,

.r boon ta this heretofore' depreciated A press dispatch from Indianapolisdated tn other states since New York Instructed ....... MENS CLOTH HATS. r
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r commodity U being manipulated *y yesterday, ran: i"At for the judge. -- J
genntarCarman's' friends I. many a conference of Democrats here'' "Senator Gorman will be In the city : rl x ......::::z
ertlaM of the _.try. Apparentlythe today Including Thomas Tacgart-; several days. Friday be will meet bl.
word has bee given out that thepresent tlonnl state mmmltteetnaB: Chairman )I daughter Mrs. Stephen \\'. Cam brill, '3
la tile opportune Urn to as- O'Brien. John W. Kern and others, the : who Is returning from abroad, and this .
... sums the aggressive la behalf of Senator political situation In Indiana was d"'-j was the avowed object of his trip tn
Gorman. cussed and much attention: was given < New York bat that be will ere )Jr.
Many months ago It wan pointed out to the subject of instructing the delegate <; Murphy and talk polities. during hi*I | JOHNIJSEWELL& BRO. )

hat It was Senator Gorman play to to the St. Louis convention and stay la stated by1 many of hs) Intimatefriends.
jeep la the background of Democratic adopting the unit mi,. which would Before lie goes back to Maryland ,
presidential polities but dose to the ,answer the same purpose. It Is expected that the political Frr.FEE >FEE Err'EF' EE. EFEFE>F: EEE E
ap>troseh o T the coaTwatlon. H* was There .has been aa understanding (situation will haw taken another
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.. is bs 'ibuS'r JUVWt" aM 1&1' 10. I among the Parker men, that one or they turn' 31O-312 12th Street MIAMI rL'.

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