The Daily Miami metropolis
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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 11, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00106
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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The Only Paper in South Florida Carrying Associated Press Dispatches.

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Vol. I, No. 12!). IIJitarlM-Mk I*(Ml -.. MIAMI, FtOIUD.IXESDA.M\ ) 11. 1904. Ut.:: :' Price5 Cents


U- Of East Coast District Methodist Canmemoraihlq the Louisiana Purchase ,


Seoul May II -ed from Tue Roosevelt Turns Loose Twelve Government I

AT PORT ARTHUR I day).-A Russian force or two hundren I Prisoner CANDIDATES

men is attacking<< Anju. sixty mile HI Be HrU Four DO.S Btgtaim May 24dOMfcmce jfeSakha. Few Days-Slam* WB Be

south of Wlju. Korea The small Jap- I Washington May H.-The President
Embraces: Frew of Ow. Two Three. Five and Tei I
sense garrison Is fighting fiercely. I has denied thirteen applications for -----

f4l4t1a It key Wtst.I Ort. DrnmiNtkws./ pardon and baa exercised clemency Iitwelve

To Prevent Their Capture TRAIN REACHED PORT ARTHUR I I I Taliaferro Will Win on the

He has pardoned Henry C. Perry. .
London. May H -A dispatch from convicted in North Carolina of having -
By Japanese Squadron First Ballot ..
Llao Yang: ,ass that a train from The District Conference of the F .t The local postoffice win bare on salt la his possession aa empty whiskey. .

here reached Port Arthur yesterday. Coast District Methodist Eplsc.i;.a! In m few dayr.the special aeries. of pont barrel upon which the revenue stamp ...-.'

The railroad offlclala" say on Japenese }age atam't im five denomination to was not canceled aDd sentenced December -
Churrh South. will "''' troops were observed near the railroad commemoVu.the Louisiana rurcna 8, 113. to Imprisonment for ,i

KflOT OFFICIALLY KNOWN but some Japanese cavalry was seen Tuesday night at T-jo o' Imk. ,, ExpocaitlolJillll103. and known as the one year' HI. pardon was recommenced DAVIS IS FAR AHEAD

behind Frog Wang Ch.ne.JAPANESE Ma:' 24. Then the npenicg! s.," oti will GommematJive Series of 1904. These by the District Attorney and Judge ,I ,it

be preached by Rer. Henrfih of stamps wl'.be on sale until December and by the Attorney General, because

PATRIOTS. West Palm Beach. Rev. Fredert-k 1. 1904 enU will Ale given out only the offense was technical, and because ----- .

BUT BELIEVED TO BE TRUE FROV Pasco, Presiding Elder will! be president when ?al\4 'tor. The denomination there was serious doubt of the guilty
of the conference.The Intent of the prisoner. AND CLARK HAS BEST OF BARRS .?
Mukden. May Japanese patriots 'I land a )j. s t 0( each will be aa follows:

RELIABLE REPORTS. from Frog Wang Cheng, have been o.. East coast district of the c.mference One cet't J eett subject Robert R. He has pardoned Mary J. Tlld... I THROUGHOUT DISTRICT. :

served* In the direction of Taoyp. A extends from Palatka to Key Llvlni.tocK\f. 8. Minister to France convicted' In the Western district of I ;

small detachment of Japanese Infantry "West and a large attendance rf ministers who con<
and cavalry have occupied Wandian and lay delegates la cinec-* : Louisiana '.; bue.T. having paid tile special tax. and sentenced T(

Admiral Togo Reports Heavy .:.-. :* Sian. The railroad station at Bahflandiaa The conference will extend laity I .'. cen Me l; Thomas JeffersonPrejJ.nt oo February 11, \H, to pay a I Though a Second Primary will be Kee 4eaaary <

.... Heard Then Since lira eta. i| has been occupied by Russian from Tuesday May 24 to Saturday Kite United States at thetimE fine of tlOO and to be Imprisoned' for I For Governor sad Probably *

night, May 28. On Friday night. Kay ; thirty days In alL Ti Judge -_
[ last.-laformatloa Also Reported I troops. I of thMurchase. supeaded For Repreaeatative People Relegate -
Resigns I %7. a Missionary Institute win be given I Three txai.' purple; James Monroe execution'of the sentence for i Stockton and Brvwarf to W% -.Ji
From Chefoo-KoreaB Cabinet -
THE BALTIMORE FIRE. ,. to the "" _a'. Missionary Society. special >.joaa ador to France In the ,four months IB order to permit an I I Rear Fall Return not la.I .

Because Censured by Emperor. Mrs. M. D. WIghtman. or oannt. ,. matter tf purchase, ana was wit application for pardon to be considered -

I The Official Figures ;the ton of This ,,,8. C. president of the Woman's Board I I UvlogstCy.." ;Aeed the negoeanona fm and he and the District Attornejrecommended II I v

+- Big Conflagration. 1 lof Foreign Missions. will be pre cBt a: I I the perch JB' a pardon. IB waicn: r.. I

-- the conference, also Rev. ,J. B. Ley, i Five c4K>Je Wm. McKinley; who commendation tile Attorney-General ; Return from the various! i _
Tokio. May 1L-Admiral Togo reportsthat editor of the Florida Christian aito- concurred.
Baltimore. May 11.-Chairman Pan i aa Praldrra United State, approved of the State have not yet bees re.et.... ,
cate. Rev. 8. M. Walker. prlVri of y H. has granted a pardon, to
slag May C saaay exptosto.a.a. Turner of the general loss committee the act of Congress officially restoi owing to the length of the ballot and .
the Florida Seminary at Sutherland. the civil rights of Henry M. Owens, ';
lees heard comlag from the directionof OB the big fire of February 7-1. has connecting tile United Suites Dover : the time It takes to eaavaaa the sue. '
Rev. H. II:. Partridge, of the Co i with Q-eotnmrmoratIve convicted IB tbe Eastern district of J r ;
Port Arthur but their cause has seat his first official report to UM Zvatkmal sent ripe.Pith. j but from the ballots so far coasted) ,
Missionary SocIe ono t--b". Virginia of embezzling postoffic funds' ,
ence > ... .
TIle sad .
Board of Underwriter :,iY reported It Is safe to annonnr
act few** astertalaed. prominent ministers from throughoutthe and sentenced to Imprisonment for ic":
figures, all revised and ufr to date follow **" that Senator Taliaferro baa swept tile :
ImpreaakM, here la that tile Rn district [CO CONSENTS. ill months, from which he was discharged -
I : State and that his nomination OB tile l:
star. despairing of their ability to Of J.K assignments 1.031 have bees The conference will adjourn Its Irist j about seven years ago first ballot la a certainty. .,
night sot aper-iai iTo And Will Grant Courte-
aeaaloa Saturday epees ra
end Port _Arthur aredestroybu i I returned. with figure These latter Ii caw # I Information from the several coaa- .1
services win be held Sunday Mar ja.TKLT'AMD :. Ba' 'CGt OIIIctaJ Recognltlon.lC6UUiHealth. MESSAGE IX- BOTTLE.
their skips Won evacuatlDg the plac 'I the aggregate show: .. ties of the second district state mat ..f:

I I represented. $131r.U; ins 1 F. Hayes Wanted Finder To Pray Clark had Barn by a souJ yule tjrf: ?
If : A>aW tit : John j 1:
_. 1ft .oa._ DATmJ1 j f-- r-farria'onamoast '- I 13.14I7 FAIRBANKS, Officer Taher has received' a telegram -'- .Fur H .. ----1\ that J>BTt'Jvlao. 'Sf. y a the race" for &.. ,i.A
probable that"1"
paid. ,721.151. 1 from Dr. Lyeeage, president of the Su- hoop It la ..
Jlr Reoprts of Fighting'Between Bra To this add to group of so-called' : Will Likely Compose The Kepubllcan peror: Board of Health of tbe RepubI I Washington May 11-The State Department I a second primary will be aecesaary .r.

fireproof building, upon which flgnrei ; National Ticket. \ baa received' through the I with he and Maya contesting. '
xlllaa and Peruvian Annies. lie uf Mex'ro: ghas consented' to all the j '
have not yet come In, value W.H2.000; I Consul General at Tangier. Morocco a Stockton and Browsed' are completely ..
I stipulation contained In the recent j ji '
Insurance ll.%lo.Oon; fair estimate of Washington May It-In administration I note from the British Consulate at I I snowed under, their supporters m 1
Rio JeoeriOi., May It.-Reports rro. j i proclamatloD of Dr. Tabor proclaiminga ; >
: ...... f L8M.fl"0. circles the teller becomes Darathalda. under date of April 21. every county having conceded their. !-.i,
Europe show that border skirmishes quarantine against Mexico an restricting .
Giving total of-: S 1 "14. which reads as follow defeat. bv an overwhelming ma>>rtty. .'
settled conviction that Senator Fair- : tl-fr entry of passengers Int
hetweea Peruvian and Brazilian troop. Value 134.237J51.; Insurance. S*I- ;{ "June 9. 19">:X finder will pleas ear The following telegram was receive... :
be named for ''Texas frompoint In the republic. tp :
!. Alto ParMa and. Alto Jura district 771.149.; amount paid, 85.111.351. bank, of Indiana, ( Mrs .a prayer for John F. HaN Richmond from Jacksonville at noon today:
the ticket with Dr. Lycw'e announce that the "'j
hav bees ridlolonsly exaggerated. More than I.inn losses were adjimteaIndependently I tile Vice-Presidency on ia United States of America "Returns ar.. coming in slowly. Itflicatlons -
other Is beingconsidered. I lean tW>"...nji nt has given: Its consent \;
No name
TV* Associated Press correspondent Less than a nundreu' Roosevelt th..1 I are that Taliareiro' ns-i sec,. 1
It la understood the Sea'ator to the anpulRiment by Texas and *.
tile Brazlllaa Govern- unclosed.Mr ALABAMA REPI'BLICANS nominated the tint .
nacthortxed by losses are ; on primary by a _
President that I l'nlte l State of sanitary inspectors at/
meet to say that successful negotia- Turner add: i baa informed I, good majority Clark leads Rarr f y a j
tioaa for aa amicaWe adjustment be -I estimate tbe value of property destroyed I ihe desire ten honor at running with I various cities In Mexico and thatwhile nirmincham., May 10.-The Alabama scald vote In all part of the district .

't._ the two governments 1s fully at A.ntinono! and the salvageat [ him. There is no such unanimity of ,( these Inspectors will pot be glv Stale Republican roI1".tlonllllft here Davis has a big lead for Governor with to the question 01 en Governmental recognition they will .
expected. S:>.I".fII4.- opinion! with regard t Uxlay to elect four delegate* at larreto Dannltte Mays a poor senmd A second _

.e- !, who will be national campaign chair be accorded every privilege, and art the National convention One ali primary will he necessary for Gov- .t

REPORTED AT CI1EYOO.aefoo i I TO TEST! SPANISH OCK.J'pnlllll'Ola. man. Members of the administration source* of Information will be oi' en to j I"born. It In considered will be a negro; 1'J'II0I'1

( May lL-Aa unofficial Jap- I, are as much In doubt on this point aa to them also to name candidates for presidential This Information In Indeed gratifyIng .:

aaese "dispatch has been received. here !I 11 The big British the rank and file. Senator Penrose Dr.. Tabor nan the State/ of Tens .elector and l to elr*. a mate executive and shows that the common pe.. 4
four such inspectors
anmedlatelv send
saying that tile Ruaalaaa have destroyed ; and Governor Murphy, of New Jersey, will committee .
which arrived here pie have repudiated the x tlon* of the
their ships U the-hanJOr of Pan 'ibip Kings. (County are both prominently mentioned, but to leading cities of Mexico I Although the convention U controlled "r1DI(1I'.,." m relegating: to politicaloblivion
will be taken out today on
last week, and that the Federal Government will )
authoritative can
Arthur. dock at thenavy nothing In the least hy the ftlIJhr While element. two of their leaders-RtncV- k
the old Spanish satisfaction at
send six He expresses: '
repaired. The ..lockIs 1 be said.. then are few negrne In attendance ton and Bromsrd-and placed the other .
yard to r of the Mexican Board of
KOREAN CABINET RESIGNED. > In IB dockln.tand I j jI I the action : A lively contest i Is expected on seatIng .-In line for a similar fate
BOW constantly use j PRO Health and says that every contentionof
--- I MEXICAN some of the delegations, also ore
merchaat vessels UKBritish I I It will probably be tomorrow or Friday -
repairing: has been granted official retognitkn
Berausc Censured By the Emperor For i Belmont having -I MULGATED. Texas | the chairmanship of the State central before the. full r nrus and the- '
steamer August ont having "been a..Ve -
-.." Neglect of Doty.Lo.doa. | In last wee : committee. actual rote Is known, but sufficient
been taken .
\.. however that the Mexico City. May 11.-The om"I.1promulll.ttoa the In..perton.POWDEr I an. be told from the ballots so fscounted >
May 1L-A dispatch fromSeoul I It to reported of the I 1 JAPAN'S INITIATIVE.S .
of the adoption ..
of the dock were not : S to make the defeat of Stnr.Ion -
that the Korean cabinet Mice blocks : MILLS BLOW ,"P. "
aaaonace amendments ..k. *
Conttltotlonal i and Broward aad the
and the a BJDWIf new I a certainty:
011tM properly placed I the Pittstmrg Gazette>)>
U consequence i (
resigned today six '
Presidential term year I
:. were her leg the fate of Ram In0118 douMTbe
1 I. steamers plates
< Emperor having narply repnBiaaaH The the dock la also used on ainnjr occa- I and creating the office of VlcePreaij j Troy N. V. May 10 -Two mills of i,i Tbe motion that Japanese civilization II. ii i Metropolis will give the frill ....
censured the ministersfor Powder Co. blew was initiative and lacking In creadvrpower |
and the Schagthlcoak up
to take In small naval verwU. :I dent has been made throughout I i turn as anon aa they are of taiuabee.Continued
neglect of duty. ioo class baa hitherto Federal' district accompanied by Interesting .I today, killing two me and demolishing is being fast dissipated by the -
of the larger
Th dispalefc add that advices From ,; but none ceremonies two buildings. .course of events. ( on eighth pa"e.)
been docked.'
Geasaa says that 450 Ooosacks an

mill at BangJlB. oae hanored and fifty .

_miles aorta of Oeasaa. I 1I L

RIOT AT CHIN1ANG.= i. Incomplete Returns, of Yesterday's Primary,

iagbat. Mar 1L la a riot at Chla- _

laSt today the mob burned the BW



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collector .l.
[deputy appointed Ualted State Marshal i i t S Ns*: !--(* .I&: : : : : : : .:: : : :: : : ::: r"i4'I li.t..I.A '3Y;, 'I"i. .I..tit. i*' 'iit t*' 1' H ii is! iiTMl 11 scat 0W. a," l$ "is"1 5d 51 SiJ Is t" "ii'; .. l,

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I to acce4 M. Sanaa flsoved.iLURIiG *... t--HjpoluxeX '.'.. . . ... . .... .. ..:,.. .J'IB,. ...'I....... ... . .. .. .. . ., .*: .J. . .. .4. U It 10'g. .it. 88 tl.//. ., I;
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STATE&AL of DIRICTOBT riCCBA.W. AihbJ Aberneth". R. J. C. I CHITCHAT: !: SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE PRIMARY For Member mitt** for County Pint Executive District Coa-

Atk M-D H T. C W. MsPHERSOX. .'

_. I..I..Iap. L. '" For Member County Exaculiv Oom-
W. M.Buh.
h r..ry N uuU..c.: Cra.h>r4.Alota Brown.
Mruik+ C.(...... F CBurdlo Kyle's Story of mltte for Second District.F. .
1Sw.r.r-/r. V.kwict.aiiU I
WkKkMM Great Promiser. )(. POWELL.G.
-J. B *. :V. M. a -
.... .i.tad. .l hWle.cUo,-"av Partial List of the]! Candidate r
E. T. E. KNIGHT.For .
= ..rpr BjriBCton. -- E. A. CRAWFORD.C. .
_.._at -_".E.:MrUa I
i Member Execnllv Coat
Brad.E. County
..tJ.t.a4t..rr.1-J. C. K Liar MISHAP to be Voted For in This O. roDRI GTOS.'I .
i,.*M .< TraM Ins ..--, iBpraraavalPwTk Bailer B. U. ) mit:.. for-'Thln District<<
.co...,... (OTptrallw, Trwwmr. W. MOCKER.. JR.
......,Uraerai .... Caaauarinarr el ArtW Bade H. CBrowler | Gountj at the Primary I Ii 'I JOHN M. BRT A. GEO W. POTTER.W. .

.t- ,... itoera G. D.Burdlno. .. H. ..........Ily ,Stirred 1.Tar. I. METCALF. 1
...... MaratfcM-TlM Oonnor. J. D. CLOUGR.
... .. ,.&.eeI. t_.and J. M. .. (,..1....>.. MICI.. Ih.K'ble. Election. For Member County Executive Committee
...s.r1..leafir.:"Ile .._.... i i JOHN- A. HENDERSON.W. .
acrd.. auu lmul tl'>..-Tk '--. : BMlra F. W. ....--.fmtfr"" (.._.'. for Fourth District, .

......" .4 abua. t........... Aiuracj-OwMr-..+ ,.na. I BUckmAB. E. V. ........*. .l.._... f'.. E. ANDER3ON.- R. H. ROSSEAC.
.... .... S ADFauoc. J. W. ADAMS.
.rv.rtS .= laar.eusa.tree. ChAlUe W. H. ...., ..... \I For Member Executive Coot
.N ..-.-".. .ie...... arenlaTN GUT L METCALF. County
...1.. AK.r'.y-.esrr5l aad Csut.ao.s..grirSY.R. : Cohen T For the information of the Dcmo- mine for Fifth District -
I "TbA-r Is a man In my district. said J. N. WHITNER.

Ca"C-1oI-a.IL .... Cheathau.. J. H. ", ....... ..* Toio kyle tl>-Swret critic voters of the county a sample JOHN Q. SMITH. J. S. SUNDAY

I Conrad. J.: A. ..... of Ohio." lo the New \ork a T. J.
.ttPIIJlZ COCRT JCOtL{. ballot is printed below, containing I G. P. HEALT. HATGOOD.
CroslAOd. J. G. 'orW'. Wmliiiifton mrrr li-nt. iiartlal list of the candidates to be voted For Member County Executive: Committee -
L F T.jtac.Ckirf June* Clark. P. C. RO. ..... name .. Imjrle.. He I I. a poli A. C. BLOUNT. JR.
r.a.a..r.er.A.urlate J- for at the coming primary. for Sixth District, i
I) H.r.My...--.1__ Drake. Carton .. and be bar lIMo fatal JuUt of H. H. McCREARY.
..._M Y7 N 1be dab ...... The will be other names to add aa W. W. SN ELI.L JJ
b..ddr wed I Douglas. E. B. t.lD.l all tklair* to all iitvo. No
:;;-l i..e.1e.Cosec J.dae..buM. Don. J. K. ever went la him la ask bios I* the time does not expire until April I L HARDY.

.SBBATOBJ, I blm a Job that Imyle' did DOt .,. 21st la which candidates may qualify For Member County Executive Com-
U. Erwin W. W. For Member National Committee
'''. yet: III get that for you.' and have their names put on the ballot. I mitts for Seventh District
..1..,... P.ToIu.r.I..In.... Ealoe. Dr. O. J a BROWNIE
; Piss1.pMS t. L 1IaU r7.Pew..la. I Nine time out of ten iKiyle' doesn'ti The ballot when printed for use at E. T. KING.
f' Frlasll. o. C C. cinnoxs.F. .
i "" good bat be got a nu promising h* lection will be more than twice a* JOHN MULUKIN.
11.L CUW LIK. k c. '
F1aa R. 8.
I the -- Nome yen ago two long aa this one aa her are to b* rate For Member County Exemllv Committee -
Rut. Dodder (aaikia..ac tka gut VaaM I rraderlek. J. 8.rmu. who wort i| In a boiler tar
r .>...leis!. W. Use...ha.... J. B.Oertack. between each name and blank lines for Eighth District.
"'l rlretlng
......* UMt.-M --. a. BM a,. rr In tDZ town were busy For Judge of Circuit COUn8e..t.IICIfttaIt
'l -,a.I' -.I, A. P. .. man was Inside I.... boiler. bolding on which' to writ other names. CEO. P. BULL.Par .

1tlyalUI W.hf Otrtmaa. James hammer agalmt the rireu. and Ibebf'r Voters cam begin practicing on marking Member Couaty Exotoilv Committee
il'; I Iir' I Goo>ph. G ... R.Caotler. was ootukle kwlaglnj tb* sledg n cross mark (X) before the name HINOK- S. JONES. for Ninth DIItrI t.

L --. -. Kef 11'.... CMlraaa. T. N. Sb. .. making the rirets r.... of he candidates for which they win W. A. FILER.
.. lice .
..L LiI&Ie ?
.1 J.L .._.I...... Graham. 8. After half an bou,'. steady poeM wish to vote. For State Attorney-Seventh QrcultCkCIL For Member Coonty Excuilv* Com-
!I. 0.0........._ Clerk.Ts the man I..... stunk his bead not
aa* ...... .< tot Dosed k Garthstd. C. H. C. BUTT.JOHN mttt** Ins Tenth District.
tile boiler and aid:
ahsss4q..Z1 Oramllng. J. C. .. C JONES. 8. L PATTERSON'
-"SeT. Pat. .141e bear that ..., ..
-t' 0. S.OOMMIMIOHI Oanatt. P. .. after makln' thta man Corrigan s For United State SenatorWILiCINSON i C. D. LEPPLCK

:sh. L &o IJ. Miuti.SUATOB Oautler. R. B. .,. .. !, .. CALLWILLIAM For Stat "'l1oa-QII D lrirt- For Member County Exeewflv ComWBkktt :

Urn OUTUCT.kwa. Orlfflag A. M. ,.., Are 7* tetlin meT mVd Pat S. JENNINGS. M. 2. SAMS *. for ENesth Distrket.J. *

.Z5.as D1.s.d sad De4 c-sa..) Qlrtman. W. H. dye k_. Itoylr pnKkvd... that J. N. C STOCKTON P. U. HL1 4ON. ;P. BCRTESHAW.

Kay*.. J. H. to net.' i JAMES P. TAUAFERRO. W. 1. SHONE.
.L L Hates.Fab IeseLP

; DC COCUTT SSPBUKNTATIVLash. Hill. L. E.Hunter. Ire .....,.. the elbir night It For the Lrglsl.tm-- For Mmer Comrty Execmflv Coo -

.. J. G. w .. that the Called MBIM bad For Reprenutive ta Congress-Sao- CRAHAM W. KING.: mtttee for Twetfta Db teC.

", ._W.clan r llM44 [till. William. In the eaiter
DADS OOCXTT OFnCIJULr Hetherlagtoo M.P. Tort WorWL .A J. K. ALEXANDER. For Member County Eitotlt'Ceeamltte -

..* Ja* i--ktlik B...,...._.. leyser. A. E. Cheung. Clang C Una J. M. BARRS. fr TMrteeata District
AUanT- T.lirirrt -.&. 7 For CftoC OiewU Court
Ir'. .rty W. W. 1'... atta.-be* at the ha
*(OlfettCnak4C --.. N Doo-* laU. PRANK CLARK E. C DEARBORX C. w. HILL.
< -.GD.srb.re.c-- lahn P. W. went te the Wbit I(
f 1"" .-..-."... FfIIMeL M1..1. Mra. BraeTelfk 1It..1.:, ... Tbey CHARLES DOCGHERTT. J. g. PREDGKICK.: For Member County Ezecattv Com-

r .>BeotrtTksTka.4.. Uir.... oea- Inghes. W. D. lade taw corrhlor..$....* ln". W. P. WAT9OX. 2. T. MEBJUTT mattes for Fourteenth District

if: .:= .. L II:....... .taaL lomer. J. W. .\ as If waitiae I. I..**. when R. M. SMITH. J. C. HOLLY.
....... or o. ...... "" li_ fogies M. E. to have their wnLfAf at the G. W. BULLITAN.For .
CnirtillTins l
e.p.A.mrdrt, .1 P.blie Isar'. go P.orIn o' !:N..nat .
: ..
Colb A. J. .
B' : \. the ..naopry of the .'
s.g l..reltl.Des y n4nc For SbertsJ Justice or The Place, Secwad Dfs-
:Staid iii O MM-OiiI oi'n- 0... W. .t.... leaned, forward t. direct a '
..ruS.rL Caama..Will .... '-.0. R. p. 'TATLOR.Por JOHN PROHOCK. trio
...- N. .)......; B. L UeDaaat hiIeM: l attendant to III R. E: L. Mer '
**kw.lt _la l; B. A. BMin. ...0-. The tcKeUetle drewtna room J. R.ABRAMS. AaUl'f.
1. eM ..... .. : Far Jntir .f tb. Kali.-Third DMrtet.
Vote OHXAL.J. .
lrlsiLCMrk "Tsk tbea ... O- Ja.Ske. of Supreme Court (
ooorr or agmrra JCBICIAJ. eat .... hand. b 1Ibo..1. for thr e)- M. WILLIAMS.
':'_ ascurr .. .... For Justice of th* PMCW. Ninth Dtotriet.
..ciBctrrr.mM the negro .d. R. S. CbCKRELL. .

4 B.WaeIMMe"--ra.ntrsJp be t..t fed eoe All T M. 8HACKLEPORD. For County T___ .
J.*t.-KlMt S.AMMyiiinatlM TliwiThs. feathers of .... H. E; WOODAU
AOoT.fT-J. P.......Orval.Ctert .. J. & WUff...a.n.r. C. H. RAULCSSOXBEN .
.!C n-K. C; DMTtar ..... I -AIMV m* end. : H. DO TZR.: For Jon lee of the ...*. Tenth DUtrlet. .
,all TIra"01..11 C.irt..5..w fin ''I t toocbed me:" said the-diatom**.
,,_ r..d.a.en. ..."" M..d.y 1e. .--. did web air Tea bareD. ... Govwnor .
Him Tm M Pint MM.af .tee PwwttDADB 1 yon W. S. HILL.JCCRAMLTNG..
For Tax COIlwtDf'-
'y rtbd.y&a AwtJ..K I WJonch me. 'N. a BROMTARD

'cocnr ClMiIT.'W ... watchmantried to expiate. Tb C. )(. IIBOWK.IL W E. !IOaT c. .

C...,....,...:ADM L Her-If U. weald not Uaten. ** hey. pn W. DAYia R. a MeLENDOX.W. For Justice of tb*Peaev' ThirteyathDliMct.

Prw+......uw'.T-J.T.siud.ew II..... shrilly. Ant.I.. fJBM V". D & MATS. C. DCBERRT, .
,15 Js-usry.
Ter.-/lea I
W1r.r and
the fans gathVri
.,..,.TF\n& Ii"s.dT li1aA.: by CHJOUJa: PEACOCK H. J. BCRKHART. -
..-Ter. II'-t said tb..se.. with .cli.l I the exalted Chlneaa They Fur Constable tor Second District<<
( iTtutj. '
U. Ln T-Ptri Fet
-I will Mudy UM anent away and were appar
1; w.k ."LAID OFVICLNAIUTILLL hi wb.s Sans a 'I to their legation la::.*T t ::. xxoosi:;: : ALLEN HaDERSOK.For

*f *_...C .kV at.lr -. Mr. .... .. explanation fj WToo H.' CCRAWTOKD.a For County Asstsssr tt Ttas*- Constable for Toed' District
' 1ar..' Muck ejilekv r* e
V.B... ._B_
weald bar been In order B. r.JEJ1tX. GBO O- BCTLER.CEO :.
9 .
... .. cons MBBCTOBt.r ..* captain at the Whit Been u: McD NALD1 .
__ .. .0. i wv** appeared. FRANK C'
( T25TT
: Pre ,. a.sds;=-=Vei.k: ACMmey -....- C L. ZntANTES.For .
C' .dutewy I M. M. Lasts of After listening a moment M: c. P. METCALF.:
P.... -Com with me." His vole wit
knew what to do la *
. f 11'' ....dar1bt .t ,:. Ai$155sUdly w For Constable for Tenth District<<
W.i.M ..Pius.1ras.aw nod though It rather sag- A ST. CUAtR-ABXAMa: Prosecuting Attorney-
eM- ..... Hit wife' had rack aa I G. L. CHANDLER.
_A.. _.. tr..r jureOOTMT tomarh aad liver .. that,they were betnc arrentei Hi r. ATKINSON" : ,
Me C and w.e.-Frays? .5.155,reds.' "- coadncted U a dressing tees dID For Comptroller JAMES T. SANDERS. L.K.ceRES NICBt L oN.
1Ia,.nll ..at Male, rbss 11& s'... conld not help her.
" ""'= N.....: a.- f..55.11 a.p .* sttkchee'-wekt without nnotbei A. C.. CROOhiFor ROUT:: R. TAT L.OK
... .. p..M ...II&.C.-. rl.W_ ad tned. Dr. Kill's Tb Incident --... to spot COUGHS AND COLDS
r; rr sad she tot relief at evening f or the trio ot orientals., Mrs. C Peterson. IS Late St, Teka. .-

: 1st-Pr..5Natat.. L r........ 11.-*.."..... .C..; .-4 llttTunrr ,I dnallr cured. Only % ., listened gloomily to t.. mash Side Tr.rurer-w T. RXUTF.' For County JudgeA. -. Kansas sayac "Of aH the reiganrmedtos

.)._' ......... .e1 LII,; ?r.seb15. 11& 151p. aw.rth ;sa went Muse early. i E. SrETSER.H. Ballard's Barchoond Syrnj.

,. Lasser. ,Prslev:11 p. ._"t U..1II'M.Ju.s kpwutaLufe.L1r ..da. ', I' B. SATODERSl' Jr. .* my favorit; It has dono and wfifI
Po. -11..- Cannon emerged from the For Stat Superiatendent PuMIe In-
..slia r T 15.'et-s An atw.Mre.a.. "at AI_. all that Is claimed for It-Is .......
I...M.... -. oOre tile ether morning... .enr __
I '. fH worrlnl
r Ily
C.ran.P. B.A__ I ... 3111 I' Mad, be H g Itlig *e plumps late a crowd of aewepp W. H. HOLLOW AT. For c-t Sot.rlat odt of PnbIMInscmctlon ly cur aD coughs sad eoIL.It t*
C. .; the Tort R sweet and pleasant to tb* tastsTSe
> WidYwTd. .r bI, says New
...545Fria15t5Iu. Prys.reT5 I rid a young irlfv !. .. W. N. BHEATS. I -
. .,'''lilt'i* iSI..d :::L arserM ft1,1ed.TeU. ..-. Washington correspondent R. E. HALL hoe SLoe bottle. bold by Red
..... SKIM -
'. tadsy .. might Jot as wets give up, >os Pharmacy.
F.'rth N c- m* khont It. o JAMES
, 1.1115 al w5.54 s..1 a1 For rbmmmvlOBer *C AgricoltureK -- C KARRIS.n .
_. ....ikesatas.R. K. B F........ .win(. friend .ynp.lbvtlr uIly.t"r11 of them remarked. "We aN sorry BL strra' --

rnIS' ...... and A__ AII&I''k- a* mow bow- bow: ur the speaker and rob blm at K MeUN. FOR THE: LITTLE (WES.ew .
-sblir Sean__,, I ISM tbr ether b* kjnkws. but tb* pews Reid to ban
... .....,.u.158 1 Tnt- very -
p.sry D.. w.W. -...-. talking In the b.f famine sure. n* laj tile I For ttkifrood 0--- ForbuMrriMir: tIC Ugluntje
know .. Turtle Cm Fran ,*>.
('".-...Insure_ITI'. .>,*. M Mr. I".err.a +oya. 1 donX n blessed thing a. L. 8MftGAK. J. C. BTRTESHAW. Pulp
A. P.curer. tC.i<.i 4T.. deed Nut KrrvCKIAKt \\111.. xcbamed regretfully, "and. the.olj ,I E8"> and Start Out AtoeM.Tunle .

.t 1.a..0T-. ." .........? ; I can .. ta I* an 'em up." U< AOMnot-CDnt- hit. W. UOOOE. ..*,you know Lay their eggs

.. r BOAKO or TRADE I -N<-tba rook r I dIM Into tb* twice pocket of hit J. C R. fUkTICR.ALLEXTHCMAS. Ie the wad ant the! sun hatch

-I should mj not! Mack coat and (abed out a ban*. Fee Cry Ctuid54o.eFirst i ben out. They do not laj them ail

,. ,.,...w..t. Wntlsm ][. BrawL I ".; whys I west .... at dpl'l. Some of them wrreUttl*. DlMrlctF. :
Ftrat VtM-PlwM..t. T. T. with a fetter dnetvr fellows ... big aa4 attenuat- C AICHER. n one pav! probably ksxauav the;

$ Yle.-F.. 111 t. J. K. Lts.tw.K. would 7 -t.ry. L T. BIekar.Tresers. .. and bait aa larg around an :M. R. JOHNS.For Ustoi brokeo{
wa rrjrlnc t. make It B. ROSE. I even> thoMl'b! one or
B. B. TUnM.O .
Bsrd ., ...IIMC W. Iff. Bee.. Ws"Ilt--Jndy. wrist ht.Kh.may eMMp.. Ttir modiorunv
1'.. can tau your pick lie saM ai
.. ...... J. B. I.a__ A. K.M. H.r- 1 A GREAT extended ,.. offering. "Horn ol Foe Prekleatia4 Etoetors County Cnmmlxloaer Second I cover them.all awfully sp

J. B. lUIUy. r. W. lUkm. W. W. There was a Mg wen gtven ... ... I bought R & BAILET. nipfrleiC.EO :'red after ."oth..". with B tlun prioiling -

".STANDING 1.1. PewslL co..rrna.r : rllle, lad, when' W. H. one smuggled.." T. JENNINGS.. W. LAINHART. of sand and beD apparently

.. tnt that drew captured th J. B. C. KOONCE E. H. DIJIICK.
LursW.. R ; FMtaraMk B. t.: place who wu Islet give them another thought.oUcrins .

.sad.es. JaMs T.: B y.iur. K. H.: his We saved by Dr. tat .' '* A. a NEWTON. her maternity Jut*
... said
Wtrlrr. O. A. T"'reua. *nceeaaury. P. a 8TOXEMAN. For County CosmhsloaerThird it b that the haa"
for eou.ap lone. Certain
U1I1OaIL M.: BMkm. r. "orery spa_ Th.* rest can ebon** .. '

%.t lUta. F. W.; .... C. J.; rretorirk. "I endured tnaaferabk ." PiPUIct lever 'been coered pin Dear
For Pel*gate* at ....... National Conventloo -
< .. Asthma, bat your New hete tgg Ubie again, Bad when .

HEALTH AND BANRART-JMkM*. tie Immediate relief tecrrtary Leslie M. Shaw *f tb. T. A. WINP1ELD. :hey hatch at !fat th tiny soft

J. M. Jr.: PVM' *. W. W.: Syr... 00m department received a letter s T. J. APPLETARD.
H. after effected a I tacked creature at once begin
-rw- rs..IVEBI 5.' day ag. addressed t. the "Uon W. J. HILLMAN.CLAUDR .
_... around in search of
tar care of Trawling flijp
HAB 'ri-OsY..1 For County Cosmlaeioner-Fourth
Alit ... Shaw. Secretary of State. LtNGLE.A. .
OIML H t Bampb, Bd.ard C: Tata.4B'tf.Llhsasl brnwckltts sad grip requested tile secretary t* seed Iltstr let- ind other food a* independently -

: .sa I. Its the poertms n-certain report printed by th* P. JORDAN JOHN SEWELL.A. it there were DO such thing B* a
RAILKOADC AND FRE1OHTB- JOHN 8. BEARD. Bother in tbe world. A bttk girt
sad brig wblea. .I .....auw.t. LEE ALLEN.
....,. K. U: Le Iir. C. D.J I.a_ Gnaraateed by all to f...." quid Shaw. Thta T. E. BRTAN. rho found one of these odd .Wo.fnrtle
.. 1 U .,.... Wv:: W. MiOe M. J. X
J. but ia
sad W. river
CHABTTlEaV-BirtaCtM. t T.: OaUbam. bottle tree Is from lews my own state BRYAN eggs on a sandy

J. B.: ....b.. B B.: Os d.t. T. .I .. n sorUW hydra beaded C. CARSON.. For County Commissioner Fifth '. ni.iana took it home aDd put itita

Kt Xtoakal.a L.ACHUCtTLTCBBVBtorkatu.. Sad Pal.L who to seerstary ef ...... and CLBON A. STEPHENS. Duotk'tI. a teacupon the table for sot

T.: a certain; tin eoatrel ef tile agricultural ....rt. I BELCHER.. .eepiog. A few \hour later B alight

Mar**. P. a: TBtMb J. H.J OrWaS. A.M UM teacher: of a .., .t." For Delegate National Coaveutlow- C. G. TWEEDELL.For wue was notiufd in the direction;
t.*. J. B. Next day when' tbe secretary receiv
ft1BLIC t Bt-1LDUCae-a.-. J W4tT.ida4 the youngsters in self a totter atoa from Iowa which ".t. Second CongreMkmal DtorrktD. .nd on Uxt.iag in the cap Bgaia ah*
.a* lunty. j. B.I ...*... ertiBf methods. that tbe writer bad beard' the gov L. GtCLDEN. Meobert Board of Public Inatracttoo. ounH a baby turtle *f nil,8-dgwiC'

.....-: WbaJer. H. T.MAKOTACTCBJM. stand the children _. bad puMiaaed a husk ant *>.- D. N. BATCHELOR. First \>11tiD scrambling aboai i .amoOfhe

nwaiU. Ola C: the endeavor t. ... r. a re|>,. be threw up his bandc T. S. ANDERSON. District, biti of its broken eggtbeU. eni -

j ller T. T.: Oaait4 t. A.: ....... ILl The one who can wrote. t. M* friend .... aid. :: J. E T. BOWDEN.For W. L t\1DE3IETER.ELI Its

W..1 RUt.F 1. B.BDVCASIOXALP..Maw. W. $14Haa.YI. !imselt ,.1. B rood .... sell me what hook It H you 8D18.I i

B. I hurls Patsv O'Connor w'. shall bar I* send you a nt I For Members Board of Public. Instruo 1 A DANDY KUR BURN

.W.: Oawtiar. Kiwmd .w Member, at Large. Stat. Commit- lion. Second District i Dr. Rergin. Elgin. lit. write: "I
L**... A.' U| Bkal *. 1. O j BatMKtukx lad usually the v __ .
It.... A J; utonished ter- E. t:. J. PARRISH.For Ilia.* oaed Ballard's Snow LUimeaUIways
*: every .
al Bepreaenlallv.J.... V. Lacey *f Iowa (Vote for Thirteen. I
.a k a ) UemSers
IHMIOBATIOK Hill throughout the I Board of Public Instruction & recommended It to my frtond*.

e.. ntera*. P. BV. Tatum. J. H. DOT*. J. 'Y'I I really awful in its his 1)maa fund It was* new from kind an o Ufa( mM".**- I R. B. GARNETT.W. Third District I u I a. confldent [ther to noiad

..FI1T->.dRTAINMRNT J. W. -=bad... B. W.: last the teacher said: and read a* fellows: j I W. FARMER. W. )I. BCRDINE.For .. *. 'It to a dandy for buna.* T.. I

., *..... It Cj CtetM. C. H.: .....,. j. "Well, Patsy, you ear ___I .... Weai te.Una .err 14 I I CEO. L. BAHL. .bo live on farms are specially IIaIIIoI

.. ,. tit ...... J..... I. You. the Terr .* bunetta laaaiS fcm tlla sdr..Ituet B. N. 3L\THES.I Coiiatr Member to many accidental cots buraa bruises
Stat Commltte-
B. 'tt ... .'.!. 1 as a1 a ..rvWd .
,4 ADV.RTOIMO-TStr B. ; !.Urajrhed one. Ces a iiarSls -( .. t.P1 kyBIaak. I D. C. FLETCHER. E. N. DIMICK.l .kirk heal rapidly when' BaflarTBnow
ip.AU.\,4.S r4 BUt BrtectM. K. T.I Whereupon Patty .' WW yew1l.sau seW Iwror s N. BUTCH.. >> Liniment to applied. It should
r- -V H.tM.erstws '". tll'phe ....- ...nte> es F B. 8TONEMAN.For '
.rF I !Iway* be kept m th house for
aau.... &-.shag guess, i .........' I ce*
the pain in tb* pit ) )[, VO-TON. JR.J.afL'AXAB. ,-f eu _I..*sey' Se toe. tL boTtl*_
IDDe'ft' .
.. toil w : I I By ....,. md a ey of U* **
I IJL that 1 bar ysr '.. Fish and Cam War***. For sole by Red Croat .
a.: iM-W.:&.:;.- Jaek..I. J. M, Jr. ... *> .ed psWlt.11.. wt' hew.enL t Ptirmsay.r
IIi10a K. L DODO. 1R A. CRAHAX. h
J. |I -- -.
...... W. Bt K8I'- r


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.L '" "- "JtISxr.

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r 1 i I

i la certificate of exemption for the two \data I ISSPECTORI.APPQ1J01TED. .


I OF POLL TAXES. ''I*. The meeting< was called to order by

IB order to lie qualified to vote at the d 1 1j Chairman Filer la the city hall. X.a.aI:

Ljleprofe5ion5Q.ttwzsea primary electloa on May 10th or June i Fla. at I p. m.. April 11. 1904.
Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be
I 7.-1904. poll taxes for 142 and 1903 !j I [ Th. following members were present '

!: 10th and June 7th. 1904 in Dade County. must be paid on or before S o'clock P. !, I In person or by proxy: Messrs. Johns

''IL Friday, April 29. 1904 (ten day before date Jones, Potter Lymaa. King. Bun

the first primary election). I Filer. Burtesbaw aad Klrkmaa.i .

dc Er'cvia.9- | A meeting of the County Democratic law; and shall at one ,: the i i idW Upon motion Mr. Bun was elected

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Executive Committee for Dad county. | returns to the Chairman of iiil I I NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. I|acting secretary. ,

Florid. was held at Miami. Florida Executive Committee.The that i I The minutes of the last meeting wer*
Notice I* hereby given the Reg- I
Will sraetiee la sDa.srt..lists lad r.Mr&I on the 11th day of April A. D. 104. assessment to be I 1 read and approved.
,.rfeetb. titration Book of Dad County for
tsmtrlT-na.la1acuC j
lUCltl pursuant to adjournment varic.li candidate shall be a ; I The call for primary war ai.rnlel<
LuC "1\IMa. ....... ..... the primary election to lie held May 10, 1 1 i.
r Q.ao.81. MlastU Fla. |I The following amended call for a' Representative t self s follow:

primary election wa adopted to-wit: Senator ... .... .. .....:. ;; 1904, will be opened In the several See official call oa third page.A .

Notice U hereby given that there Sheriff ..... .. ...... ....... : election district of Dad county Florida motion was mad by Mr. Klrknaa
SU o!. K. D. ; oa the 29th day of March A. D.
p* .ill be a Democratic Primary Eelec- Clerk of the Circuit Court... th* to nominate county commissioner

0.... wftII led V'.w Pf.r..e7.Reslde. tion held in the several election dlstrlcu I Tax Assessor ............... ''J>>04, and win be closed OB the 2thI dw and member of the school board by

... lea Sties of Dade county Florida on May i iI t10th. Tax Collector .............. ) I day of April. A. D. 1904. j jI districts. Sam was defeated by a

t.rs.f Lee C 1904>> and If necessary, on JUDe,71.h" County Treasurer .......... I Tha following persons are hereby' FOR ;;; vote of I to X .

KILN FLOIUD.LDL I', 1904, for the nomination of all County Judge .............. I appointed j>uetr i
Democratic candidates. State and county County Attorney ........... fi-r tie rave O r.'rU.ii district, lo- for I {candidates held la Maml May 10 194.

3. M. JACI O3. JR.. I' to be voted for by the Democratic: Superintendent of Public I wit I of I was read and discussed by various candidate

OPTICS: elector at the General Election to beheld struction ...... ........ Number One Stuart-W. G. Park tile before the committee. Finally

HOTEL BIscAYNE BLOCIt.Ava.D. November 8th, 19
by the Democratic Governor Supervisor of Registration. II Farland. dw polling place were decided upon for
JIIAML FLORIDA of the State between the date of holding School Number Three West Palm Beach the following precinct
Members County I
inch election and the hold E. H. Dlmlct.I No. 1-Inspector*. Ceo. McPherson
W. B. RUSH primary Justice ot the Peace....... i
DR' ing of the primary election A.. D. 1906 I Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) Ernest Stypman. J. M. Ennls; dent.
Constable .................. I
OSlee 145+-11th street, .PboIIe M. I and of a Democratic candidate for I Cullen Pence. H. W. Hessey; polling place, store ef
JUsideace."' ,sine and Avenue United State Senator to be voted for County Fish and Game I Number Five. Delray-H. J. Sterling. : Miss Walter Kltchlng.
.tR. I IIIIA1I1. All candidates are .
B..PIaoH FI..A. by the Democratic member of the Legislature Number Six Pompano-Z. Cavender. No. 1-Inspector*, E. Edward J. B.
written application to have r the
. of the State o fFlorida. at iu t Number Seven Fort Lauderdale Islar Henry Brooker; clerk E. C. Miller :
r. w. BAcrcs, session in A. D. 1905. : appear upon the I MarshalL d : ; polling place, school boos
M. .
blank furnished by the
.gCITC'T. The following officers are to be nominated No. J.-ID.pecton. H. L. Huller L- f
I II the fee Number Eight OJu.-J. W. I..s.
% Made accompanied with
rlaasSp.c1Oeatioat..d Detail at laid primary election: to-wit: W. Burkhardt. N. H. Butch; clerk J a 1
Bulldla of AI! lands Fine I forth with 2. L. Patterson ,I Number Nine Lemon City-Warren I
1 United State Senator. I t W. Comstock; polling Place. cla
Reeidence a #pecislty.OrrKE of the Coin ty Democratic : Mitchell ', date I
, I 1 Representative In Congress Second I house.
... 1315. AVESCE D. : Committee on or before 1 Number Ten. Miami-C. D. Leffler. | -
:, Congressional District 1 No. f-luapectora. W. H. Cox C A.
of April. A. D. 1904. Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove ; 1 I'
"' 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the I j i Jess Daagatry; clerk CulfeaPeace
This nth 1904. i l
April A. T. Carter. |
L >K.CJW'D. full term of alz: o.rs. j:' & ; polling place, school house
. DL W. A. Number Twelve, CutlD.CBrowa.Namber .
S Justices of the Supreme Court. I No. 5- Inspector. J. E. Chamber!
DENTIST. I 1 Governor. Attest: *Thirteen. Silver Palm-C. i i : L B. Taylor T. M. McRae; clerk H.
George P. Bull.Secretary. ,
i ii
.7lte is w zstx ==eerier M i 1 Secretary of State. tern.QUALIFICATION / P. Hodges; polling place, school home
i Number Fourteen DeerfMd-O. W.

MIAMI. FLOIBDA. 1 Attorney-General. I' OP Sullivan. No. Inspectors.. R. F. Sexes Z. ;Lavender clerk, W.JaaUmstead. a
I Comptroller.
i I First Prtm.ir7-T1ae.daT, This March 11, .
1 Treasurer. 1904.A. I Cease; polling place Hard1* atar*
1 1904.
Home Seekers of Public Instruction. T. CARTER date No. inspectors., JL A, Bryan W.
1 Superintendent I
Secocd: : Prlmal'1-T1aeecla I
f I Supervisor Registration. Dade Cow Fla. i I L. Brackwell D. O'Neal: clerk. Frank
tteatioa. 1901.
You will find It to your interestto 1 Commissioner of Agriculture ;General Election-Tuesday I eI Stranahaa; polllag place, Straaahaa' 'j

Fnnushed call OIl houses me before and investing-rooms to 1 1 Railroad Adjutant Commissioner.General. 1. 1904. I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. j I| tion. No. L-luapecton. H. Padgett J. F. ;*_"

rent. Real bargains in real estate. 1 State Chemist I The registration book N.w'" J. W. Ive; clerk R. Cothroa:
Insurance *ea. mary election will be polling place, school bouse. J.J-
city and cov.Dtry. ? 1 Judge of the Circuit Court., Seventh Aaseuae Tnta win be Insirted m th* :
collections etc.. attested to. I I election district Ja this' I No. 9-Inspector*. J. S. Pardne. I..W. J?
Judicial Circuit. Dally aid weekly Metropolis for tea deltas -
bait a special lieenauthonxinjr March 2 to and will lie Cromartie. J. 8. Peter J. E.
104. ; clerk
... Sever Judicial er n either wUttoa for She dollars.candrdats I
kinds legal tra 1 State Attorney. 1
an to prepare all f_ very day. Sunday excepted. for county Coamlwba.re Pendleton: polllag place, school bouse. a"
fees Of real estate Low drcBlt Z6ta day of April J904. at sad ymbers ef th* school beard wm W I No. 10-Inspector. U A. Osborm. 3. VM.

Prompt attention.C.. 1 Prosecuting Attorney. charged *e-blf UMioeab.. BunSt... "
Co CARROLL. they wul lie dosed. Frank Jandoa; clerk M. R.Kcllum ;
. 1 State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial N* aasmiBcllbesit Inserted until paid
Notary Public The registration book far.I d. : polling place city halt ..'
!M .TE. D. TEat ICtarD .!. District reopened for the second I(|I! No. Inspectors. Jackson PIai *

,. I 1 Member of the House of Representative lion.i I FOM"OOtxn-TRXAsTOKXIt.e -I I i cock John XcICI...... J. W. Galloway;

.. e11ab1e *. {i All person may register e I: ate I clerk. Fletcher. Albury; polling P-: .
GftoIo.dc..... 1 County Judge 1 : the PmsrraBe Voters of Dads Cetsaty. Old Hardee honsae.
whether have !
citizen they
1 Sheriff. I norMa: i' No. 11-I..Pf't'tot'll. _._
; W. A. ro. J.
C. MAYNARD.a.b. poll taxes or not; but they & am
w. I hereby aacounee myself a madMste
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Geo. SUaehouser. W. J.
I unless their Wee reeWgUoe the once SC Treasurer Dougherty;
.JIaS"vas once.s poll w for t*
-1 County Assessor of Tax*. legally due are paid a* Date Coesrty. ......... subject to the & clerk Geo. W. Moodie; polling RUce. i
lweseit1Wj nmc7itAa 1 Tax Collector. securing'i, of a majority of the Ps serstH : "TOLIVERI'f' Browa A Moodie's warehouse.Na .
law. 1 a:
i.' C.w. Jewelet'J, tfr 1 County Superintendent of Public Injunction. ro(rs. as wm be espresesa m the Dessoermtle ll-la.pectora. Henry Gosau.Emest e
r aa
. v POLL OR CAPITATION primary May Is. 194. Malt WIllad.noD; clerk. C :
I Payment of poll taxes for C H. RAC1 JRSOK. filled .
1 Surveyor. j j dw Miami. Fla. d : W. Hill: polling place school 11_
MCDONALD 1903 U a prerequisite to !
: GEO. L. I 1 County Treasurer. I, No. If-1.speeton. J. W. Saxon W. Z

,. alii t\Ieer\ ( County Commissioner elections this EXEMPTIONS.The year. I j I L n.--;: I E. Blanton. W. H. Slstrunk; clerk. J. .

........aad *e4l.it"' Leeds s avaaaMt X Member of the County Board of Candidate for I C Holly; polling place school hou e.
following condition
| COCOAXUT OROVB FLA. Public Instruction. dw County Judge State i It was moved and carried that aaae
1 Jostle of the Peace la and for Districts person' from the payment I j of candidates for members of the COGat -

NOL L Z, S. 4. (. 8. T. a, ft, lion or poll taxes: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. I II to th '' ,. executive committee be placed oa 4 i

A. DANN. 10, 11. U and 11. I'trst-A.J one who ha The many friend and supporter of I!I and i' the regular ballot. 1

.p. t Constable la and for District NOL la battle. the present member of the Board of I the i It was also moved and carried that

ss.......o1 Nr....:.... 1,2,2.4. t. 4,7,8,8. 10. U. 11 Second-Any on* who was j County Commissioner for Dad I I!candidates for game warden lie placed
..,.. F"L
t..b.T it J--nut.- and IX of an oa or before December county bare prevailed spas them to I oa the regular ballot aDd tile candidate I

W M ( Presidential Elector Third-Any one becoming for te-e1ectJoe. and hereby pre for said office be assessed It"
4 Delegate at Large to National Con I IT3an old) oa or after Ju... t their name, a* follow: F. C. Mr. Jo.... of Precinct No. 1 head.:

C&fOI.EYSIIOnYAll vention. Fourth-Aay one who had Alcher. George W. Lalnhart. R. B. I IB his resignation as a member of thecommittee 1

TAt 5 District Delegate resident of this State and McDonald John Sewell and L. A, f and the same was accepted. ?)

II Member at Large of State Commlt- or after January L 1903. : to the voter at Ute Demo- A station was made and carried that p
.... ReldSS......... F.ea..l. Inspectors and clerk lie 100 '
of paid |
tee. U properly registered .. I Ir rrivary May 10. 1904. I and !( I r day. per U.

1 Count Member of SUM Committee. above ,eaa rot at all 1 mltt I -
I The next meeting-of the
ARE YOU GOING 1 Member National Comsalttse. and county, held UaJa'ear., FOR SHERIFF. .' of commute 1
was called for April 21. 1104.
1 Supervisor of Registration. piping any poll or capltaUoa lag ,
North, or West ? 1 County Flak and Cam Warden. PARTIAL ( .. the Psssmistlu voters ., Dads CeoaTy. I There being no further business a ,
motioa made .
Florida: and carried to ad.Jonra. .
v 1 Member of Dade County Democratic Person under the Dade ,
I hereby a.eBBee ..,..at a eaadMat I' ..
Nashville Executive Committee la and for tions will be liable for ODe 1 r..sIsrtlBsi t* the erne* ef therir ef GEO. &
I : i BULL ,sf
LQnisYille PredneuNOT 1 2.3, only for 1902 or 1903. a* the Oswty. Florida subject to the you I Secretary Pro Tern.
ef the SMjorlty, ef The Dessoerade
Railroad I, 10. 1L 12. 1>. and 14. lie: .
as wfll be expressed U the Desscr&tic
Often ..neclte*' passenger senilo. The rule governing Bald primary : Any one who became (S prtassrr te be held Mar M. UN. BALLARD HORCHOCND: 8TRUPImeedlately .,

Modeso train currying PallMB election hall be the Mm a* those : during 1902 will be required JOHN FROHOCK. relieve fearse. eroupy

sieerrKp-te-eUte coaches, free re- adopted by the Democratic: Executive', for account of poll tax for 1 oppressed. nttllsg. rasping .

'elialac chair ear, ... dialog can Committee at their meeting held U 1 Lay one who may become I hereby announce myself a* a can FOR difficult breathing. Henry "

...w... aerSIIen aad soutbera cities. Jacksonville o* January 224 11M. for year old) at any Urn for Sheriff of Dade count t I ., druggist Shatlsburg. Wla'

,ATb. ...., .1.1.' ear service I. ,lit governing State primaries *o far a* win be required to pay II.for ., at the next Democratic pri I ,.. May 2*. 1901I: have been

the same will be applicable to the for Ute year 1903. and ask for the vote of my ate Bslted's Horehound Syrup for
AH Agents 811 TarovtTB Tiektti via eovnty prt.....,. Those and only those Any one becoming a Democrats and those who wiU !, "' years, sad have sever lad a prep-

r L. & *N.. persons shall be permitted to become I State and county durlmg1902 qualified to becokee voters at that & -. that ha given better satisfac

candidate before, or vote at or participate I I promise. If elected to faith I soda that when I sell a bottle
liable for the poll tax for 190 ry
,W rates *cbed iles.ad sleepta eariserTaUoaPpljt ', In themaaagement of said primary perf... th many duties of this I come back for more. I eta aoa-
election who declare their ad- -IJ recommend tt." 2Se, See ft**.

- J.M.Fleming50 j'hcrence to the principle and organl- An mal lahabltaat who I .. office. 1 1I t I by Red cross Pharmacy. ,
I 05 year U ag sad ends t
.. fwAdaPPsw.o.s a'tianllO -. tation of the Democratic party. Na- J. .M. ,
,.............,..: tloral. State and county who are by of age'December 2L 1901.Lay |I I Palm WILLIAMS Beach Fla. I '>

Che law of the State lawful lector one incoming a .. i t.! J ........
if the election district U which they State and county prior to J. :
Y ; FOR CLKKK CIRCUIT COCXT. J I TIle EcI1t.-o-Y.*. w* found *a span-
i iffer to vote, who have paid their poll 1902. wffl be required to pay I I, I hereby aaseeace siysatt s* a eaael I iag for year sonnet

", .1'wv s.0/tb wow .. .dews taxes legally dIM not less than tea for 1902 and 1903. '!': ..* for the onto of dork ef the Cb ,office I Tbe Poet-That"' .....

\ I day* before said primary election and If they become a resident Cent ef Dado CMoMy. MbjsstI M The Kdltor-Tep. Bone vandal broke
May I
', 1 I: settee of the Oossoersde ,, I
Brtssary. In .
YEARS' i who Shan, when challenged by aa elee- say I. 1902. sad before 4 pane er mecum and It JMt'!&
EXPERIENCE I t E. L. WHITE Baa Fnneisrsi ba.....
: COr. pledge la writing upon oath be 1903. they ylH lie required r January & Ml ;
) ---
lore any Inspector to abide by and tax for 1903 only. I It -

: +npport the resale. cf such primary and Aay one reaching their tak this nMhad" I* Inform the v- HEALTH IS TOUT1L

t ITIUoDC |support the nominee thereof. of Dsdo Cuvaty that I wil to a can ,: and Sleknee
yean) oa or after January I. i; ....for rooleetfcm la the once II Q.rt : Bring Age ,
The pot shall be opened and closed lie subject to payment of poll UM Circuit Oevrt subject to the actto I -

MaMa I it the several election districts at the 1903. the DssiocssUu prlsaarlos. May H Herblae taken every morning before :
oaresCc.vw.c4 ......... tt ........ I
l< .* axed by the general election law. I& all case of exemption of to serforsi the aw- win keep you U robust
is j ., .... ..
the .
: I -a the futare. seats* ,
__a_ The following named person are hereby from payment of poll taxes, vat
-- --.. raw---. .., t* the boot of mr asfllty. I win yon to ward off disease. It ,
. s w..rw-...._._e s 5t f...r..w.a. n_'(l.t..U4 reN..r appointed Inspector and Clerk for secure of the supervisor of 1 sratefal t* UMO who wm aver sst .* constipation.. bllUoasnees. dye

. .s..-_.-_ _t_01sstS It e.r-)I.a ):;:;;:... 1 the sever: elect!M district: a certlflcal: setting forth th* I ..11I tJIe r __ a. fever skin and liver and kid-
.... t
-- (See report of committee meeting on suck voter to exempt If the complaint It porifle the blood

> 5tkntlnc jerlm r ra first page.) exempts Ute voter from & I b.rty assesses-ssrastf a candidate clear the eomplezioa. Mr*. D.

-/Rw..e.-4__ poD taxes foe both year ( ;; oOeo ., Smith Whitney Texas write
..:= ,,. The voting shall be by ballot on tko dork of tile OreuM i Apr.
s.F..... bas....WSIwofJNM 1903). If properly' registered i .wrt far Oode Coaaty. subject te the 1W12.! "I have used Herblne. and Sod
iCo'i: :.. theta famished by the SUte and .
: ..New Yet then vote upon pressutlag to I anoroafbin Democratic ortmary ..- the belt medicine for eocstipetion
I County Executive Committee: and at spector such eertincaf-{ of .. liver' troubles. It will do ail you r
the close of each election the Inspector If Ute voter to subject to j I / : for It I eaa highly recommend
w. Bum TM. Fta ; .
: sad Clerk shall proceed to canvas poll tax either for 1902 or ;; lOc a bottle Sold by Red Cross

t the vote )b accordance Vita the1 Slate same ml will apply a* to I hereby --.rt. *. a saoV| ,Pharmacy. _

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I .M'ldll.t he* He Is surely underMIDIC GAREE." deals ever consummated la the
State was the deal at Rochelle Mon1ar. I DO NOT FAIL TO SEC -ri{
MIAMI METROPOLIS. obligations to the strenuous candidate -
I the < : -. when M. L. Moore disposed of his '
snd nobody expected' mm Ie Through bright tm cereal iiI
ra.s.ai- ,. of the Metropolis Beautify,,It ramens turpentine interests! at Ro-
ies'.lav.a'ptSall.r. i '
belle and Grove Park James Hoi
( to
. thought ever) body knew where Senator Miami. "Queen of the Land of t"lo.

r L M. L f. WT.INiTCJt j EIM.rt, Mallory. .stood but his announcement I ere" Columbia wafts her most ,...-.I'I L,; tier. and J. L. Habbs. the consideration

J '. found six In Pensacola ubo hail greetings. l eing UoI.OOO.Tbl. { 314..12th Street.MoREE |
!!, .. I. a.a NklSV f.ar.Orrr.r
nut before tiepn .ollrb.nMt.-rro.; Through the kindness of that gent;- deal has .been In progress rot
1 ReseNd ,. ... P..toa.. at .1I.r ...., .
_H .._r.w ii la JoivuslK and C'OUrteou.80141... or me ( roRev several days, but wan not consummai I .

i f", : a..t asuis.ra II...,.,., .......- -aC s A. S. Tatum. the writer or t i. Pd. It is understood on account of s .. .*> ... . > .**. .*.. . .. . .* -. ,- .-.
... _.Isa4 .!tae r.l... BtstM at tk. H Stixirnisa bas P" n nomiur big'. I hi with much pleasure read thIteil'v ilitht difference in the price to be pateS I.

: ..c.t _t"." ..ll".. ..,sisal. hiM ultent to Miami! nUll tie .a newspaper of his native home, and The farms aggregate a combined caf -1 j BRO'l5i.
--_ vsli.rn. ._.tC..... ...,u... i i no. a candidate for prenldentlsl hat gentleman has for many )r.>r ai'lty of forty crops or 400.0oO bolt !' .I.
tltl ..11...._ Ire.S these_ elm tur on the tVmwratlc ticket a hem an honored guest In our cii'UIe .t. ...Itb.. annual yield of 1,2 10 barrels of LOU. GA-.

I' Ore Year by Mall- . . . .f5.OO ''soil Kill* for membership to the Dem- .. truly f eelt that "HU people are oniwople. r spirits to say. nothing of the "", ID.I Make --1

ix Month . . . . ... 2.YJ"bile no ratic exn lithe. committee of Dade ." and :'for his brave w.1 l .-ntrprising For the past sixteen months Mr. Moors .

Months . . . . 1.2S : county and ha actually gotten a dou- city we feel the greitn-,1 ... who purchased the place from D C j

Cif Week, by Owner . .. .. .1) tile column lf-tone photograph ofI .uitatlon anJ es<...t\. I Strickland sod J .F. UansneU. teas 'i Kinder Lou Crates.

i I himself In his 00'n paper )lr. Stone- It was also our god r..rtr.. to i*> eMr. t i been working them with great profit .

nil liamlJPriBtiBj Company. man tried ....1011 a Democrat In Orange |I J. H. Tatum. who was for a bn. f I' and advantage with the result thai

f' Advertising" nit mad known on I county hut his Socialistic tendencies while. In our town. Possessed of von financially I[ the enterprise oas been a Chase & Harne)', Miami

application. were too strong and he failed. We i' drrful magnetism and a gay dehonnal: auC'CNII. Sell- =i
TELEPHONE. (1-IR. hope however that now since he aspires | address, he won .. !treat many loa I The new firm has already assumed I
6FF1CE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. to run lade county's politics friends who were sorely I detmssehen I charge of the business, and expect tc Lou rates

t 432 aid 434 Twelfth Street. |I"they' hare worn off a little bit-Orlando 'I he departed for his loved M'ai.ii. make a good thing of their Investments all over Dade County.

Opposite Court House Star. i "Patriot" was stamped upon cwr) f...> I notwithstanding: it Is a heavy ..... . MM > MM . .. ..... . I .. .. . ....
lure so great was his love for rrn]r
COHTAKATITK PI8TAKCI8.Ta Over In Ooricln they have lust recently I one.Mr. from Georgia
of his ratlvc ..11.[ Moore Is originally
t Peet rIt.1 ,..er. had a primary election Commenting tree"'r".paIe and flower told you something olColumbia's where he still holds large Interests la . . . . . . ... . . . . . . .

Ta |ITaapsMcti,t' '; We* tm the result the Atl.nt.1 beauty, and enrrrnn c turpentine stills. In the Southern part

mi' matt. HUM' Constitution presents some tbOlllI't1 j and hospitality No\ pace! on all chit I of the State. He also retains Interest Epicurean Restaurant I

t., srsst::......... -- -an- --wil--: :' which, a '10,- 11.- r.1 .! emir.. rode earth .. with th... i| In an Immense naval stores farm In
.' T green can eon i ar
BAvaaa.... ...... ... lit .
t riMsin..........._.. M m in ,I harmony It .'oulell.. welt IN* our faros I beautiful city on the Coosari-; | Nassau county., hence It will be seen : JOS"l2tb $I. .
*M arjfwxjjUrasm.
sMisrs raka.. ."?. sa IN inrta4ws i pie to keep In mln a oil' primary We cannot adequately sscrfbe lnloveliness >' that be b la no wise out of the business -

g .......<.IYIa"_". list SM awCissrsiiri ,i election draws near. By. doing so aanyI I nor theuarvelItus eraseof ii, He proposes, however. to move. i.Continuous: Service from 6 o'clock m. until 10 p. m f\

''. things may be left undone or unsaii his to W.,......... wherehe :
CSMU(AaiMl*)..' err ', *. l I MJarasa 'I, all her solid business ...t""," _. with family N> > *..M.M.. . .)0;.
....- ..... .. IM i SM M7HsissiBaaa which would be hard to forgive wUtn I. the past. Columbia has a "'...tof, will live a retired life for a few
.a IB i the time comes .jf II* *r t .> get ter funds Interest K. J. PECK
ls>..*.... ...--' M4MAY .. I number of time* worn a cv wsglory yean. placing his at L ?. JAILS
: : tether again. The Consrlt-itkn says: but next month at the c'.eJ- irf( and leaving the management of toe rwmalnlng 9

.. 11. 1904. The battle of ballots Is over. Let flowery May, she will weave for herself : stills to competent n.ral pee Bailey

I the aftermath. be enthusiastic unity % crown of surpassing 1ohn..3: stores mess ..Wen. au. .__
t 1 and not factional bitterness or the reeentment of State While the friends of Mr. YACHTS. '
Wlllt Jennings thought he was -it- ..I..r..LI" of art and pride. Moore laice LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS
fkf Our fair "Flower Show" will be t t this section regret to low Mr: Moor Overhauling
bat lie Is "alt : Repairing. Marine
BOW I'I't "1 he primary system is the p o.tI"III1I1: most brilliant carnival of ( all. Thmoat e, and his estimable family they nevertheless ion Avtxuc D. Railway
m i -
court of last reso-t inj no court olJustice i MIAMI FLA
it : beautiful nod glorious aet'cvewent congratulate him on this fortunate
Those who were left the pole can
I I I could be more impsr ual. of fair Columns whose Inn, sale, and wish them happlne
4 now tell you how It all bappenea. I . . .
made .
; -.- Through It candidates are or unmade gilded towers shine over -cuuute<.s I la tbelrIome.. They expect: t- . .
I I by the vole of the people aad and make their departure In
acres of beauty progres: a- day or twc
Saddened hearts Mid broken pane with "' "' ""'1.1"ar' .'h" lrt there car be A tournament will lie use c-e&ksifeature I for WaycroHS.Gainesville Sun.rnaue 6Q'e 839 t
are the order of the day.
i cctrnlaint.
no jni of the oe...".... a bawl ; -
o "Na- *v :L-"t. are u< *>>i>.1..* an1disappuidtniis silver cup Is offered for the beJt1.!.. WIGGINTON.
The election was one of the most or- of I'teprimaries I Formerly
th raise Sl1Q
: palat tattl.
..' \ play of horsemanship, and stream j )
oVrty In the history of Miami.
n -Individual ambition have the Illustrated bills and posters arc'I I The Western Recorder (Baptist) o'LoulsvtrVe. Corner Avenue B aad llth Street.

been marooned and zealous pan'ssn- telling of the gorgeousness of Pam i, Ky, contains the following

00ftra0Ij, Davis will have the trouble ;ships left as wreckage on the p llt'xlseabit : Fire Works and the sham battle s hkh I tribute to the late Mrs. Ralll AnaWlgglnton. Gus. A. Muller Proprietor

of doing none things Jennings hat what of tMt? the Governors Guards (the best .:li mother of Mr. 8. T. Wigglaton. .

:. left nndooe.Jennings There will bo v.r: primaries jeer. ., Itary company In the State) U to pUy of this city: \ Open all the yearat

-a-- -- ".' ht"IU.. hence and it is a prominent part Is a source of groaipride "In the Providence of Cod. Sister

\ ls fond of, traveling. He a long lane that has no tars In politics and Intense Interest for' the Sallie Ann Wlgglnton departed this 92.50 per cia, aad .(!. Special per week and to Com

can now take a trip np Salt River. as In other things.The mothers of those handsome, kalClll1'1aoIdl. life March :9, 1904. to"be... born Oct. mercial men. Large Sample Rooms
Browsrd can show him the way. unsuccessful candidate of yesterday I*. O. Box fcbR. ;
.. boys. II. 1X21. and was born from above M MIAMI. FLA. r t

o mar tomorrew see his same Th decorations will be grand and the thirteenth year of her age tad . .
. . . .
Now that the ant primary Is a thing like that of Abort Ben Adh... leadint 'elaborate beyond description.! And Columbia Joined the Baptist church at Bloomfield -

of the past old Sol win hare a chanceto all the rest. n&eDcta.l.srt weUwm In M' In wb'* ,,<. lived + consistent.ChrfattlM .

get I. some of his work. This Is the eternal opportunity' a"" I the strangers within her gates sad nt. C. her I' roo,'" truly Hotel Biscayne

0 fail play of Dernor+ry. and It M the will greet with loving heart sad op<> be .said f :,rrf &"0.' t!.. ........ Lord

:; John Stockton and N. B. Browsrd knowledge of this mutability sal f tlrneas visitor from lovely Miami tile bom of thin shade.- was glad .
1 arms every ) ui
are probably beginning to realise that of popular sovereignty that Queen of the Land of Flowers.K .ben they said unto m... Let us go up I frommember S. GRAHAM. Proprietor

they constituted the smallest pair I. makes the defeated candidate .and his B. J. Into the house of the LMd." She we.

the deck. supporters submit gracefully !.r 'lit April I"'4. married to J. C. Wlgglntoa In 1S3S. Comer Avenue D tad Twelfth Street

i o verdict at the polls ..accord loyal ; Two sons were given to them.. The

A telegram from Tampa says that support to the ticket resulting Iron STt1lE NEWS.Mr. husband and one son preceded" her to MIAMI FLORIDA

Senator Tallaferro has carried Hllls- that verdict. their home of eternal Joy. Two sisters

bore -. That's what. we expect- | "Therefore, casting all ante-primari Louis Shiver showed us yesterday one brother and one son survive her.
IIIIIOOXj: : : ) OOOOXOO) ( ) QQCI 1:1: 1:11:11:11:1: : : : CIOO-OO 00 1:1: 00 Q 1:1: CI 00
ed. Tell M something new.o I differences sside. the Democracy of the aatlers of an eight prong buck Sister Wlgglnton died In the triumph

I State and county la every sub-dlvls- which his wife killed hut season wltL of the Christian faith. She was a sheaf. Bush & Safford .
There' an Insurrection I. HaytLBrownrd I> Ion of public service, will go to work a rifle wile at full speed and at a distance well ripened In the Master's service. ,

.I 'the MUlltl....." might render | with vim and spirit for the lucky noeI -. of &0 yards. When. w* remarked She was a living example of 'the gracv lacorpstd *l..*..cc>

mme service there as a allbusterer.' I Iin-. Let there be no hatf-hearted ,upon the tack shot Mr. Shiver Informed of God I. the life of His child. Th Sal R.pzsoatattwa

That's about all he Is at for. support about It. us that It was nwthlng unusual for church has lost a faithful sad devoted i ,

0 This brine presidential ,....r. ..... her and that when In tae OeM arts member the community a loving Steinway &: Son's. New York.

It Is said'that special attention wilt of all tinges Democrats should fee ear can with her lie hid to be very careful friend the family a devoted mother. 32zxx*r 333. Flavc.3 Ca. Soatoax.

be devoted to the phraseology of tt i monbws and Aggressive la opposing'] lest she beat him la securing IL TV those who feel keenly her loss,

1 trust plank I. the Republican national the party enemy. The antlers have been mounted ann "weep DOt as those who have no hone." j Other Hick Grade Piaaos aad Plaflo Players.

platform. No doubt and the phrasing have beard 55SWe tile rumor that Hun. preserved as a memento of her skidKlssemmee May His grace prepare us to meet bft'' Pianos from $225 up! Cash or easy payments. Tun-

will be IIl _adl.c. but ....1..- t: I.. L. Wart.... supported the Valley-Caxett In story.-w'. A. Bnras.. psHtor.ATTENTION ninpj and Repairing. A few bargains in slightly

: 1- .Palmer and Burk...." ticket I. ISDC.Mr. I used pianos. Open eveninjjs.ooocoooo .
t 5-
Wartmaan authorizes us to deny _
100:00000- 1III"Il.n"'" _ -
In Atlantafjf -- - --
The rutted States prison --
this emphatically. It was another'
to to b..filarge4. and M ooubt If investUcntloDs favoredthe i
brother that
gentleman DEMOCRATS !
The .
annual convention ., the
of the OIIt oBc. sad lane I Iud
t.. ticket at that time. j
above-named ; :
United .
ar Daughters of the r wA.>niw, f:
Y departments of L"'e government Edw. L, W. showed his arm adherence ended
was Saturday
panned to a proving _rvr.oa. m. to organized. Democracy Ib I I I'

_ additional room: will be ........ hat campaign that lie dldat vote for II I TIM following oncers were elected ,
__ for the emmin* year:

The Republicans.of Colorado- seembolder i I his late same for a minor brother office who because was a. of caadt-tb Send [Florida's Delegation to National> Democratic;,::' rresM ClI..,DL.. Mrs. II. K. Mocibriilsr.Lmce .

than their. brethren In ou....
latter's bolt from the straight ticket. First TUv """I""t.11.: .
s Csrathers.
state. The "Colorado w..-* as e& Such staunchness proper Democrat- Convention at St.LouisUN'XN'STR.UCTED.
Tsmpn.Second .
'" pressed. by Judge Advocate MrCMUnd .- (Ir principles should not go unrewardedDunnellon
"Icpr'N1..t.. Mrs. M. C.Drysds4e. .
... To h- with the constitution Advocate >
RooseveltSenator ,
Swag motto for
a sees
Third vice preal.....t. Mrs McCruryDeLand. .
reglnw. The demagogues all over Florida ,' SpecIal

.- who want onVe and can hope oni) .
Fourth vice president Mrs. Blake
The Republican Everything prints to this as a Democratic year. Roosevelt. who has been
Aldrich says through prejudice to rece re votes Ire.inently i i 0t-aIa. !
l4 for and nobody wnnts" Is a weak candidate
Is wedded to no set of tart termed "the mar everylwdy :
party use Invectives against Henry :: RecordlBf Mrs G. W. La Sale
schedules, and will eheemmr readjust U. Flagler. Would that every section The slsa. of the times. point to the nominee. of the National\ Democratic i Qnlney.secretary, I
tint of the Tnlted States. mar.
the president
conditions Convention as
the present rules whenever of Florida were In this particular on a I .
eon..poacIl".aa" W.
.. Mrs. H !
It U Important to the Democracy of n small State like Florida that It
warrant and the welfare of be Coast and bad OIMen's
par with tile East a DyaU )&sdisour.I { :
It.-Kay not be wedded should be on cordial terms sad have son Influence with the National Ad jY
country requires M. na.Ift'-DuaaellOll Advocate. .
Henry i a..ttI8trar.Jn. WIet.... Pensncola.
would give th* ministration. !
hut a separation
Mrs. Orals |
Historian. Gary. :
trmts came for breach of prowls .-' e. e If Florida should send a delegation to St. Louis Instructed to vat for a ,
The convention Lake. City
certain candidate "mrat. last and aH the Mm*." all hope of estabtlshlag such i 'wa
.. No prettier seen, surely, bus been I ate of tile pleasaatest ever held and ClothingAT
relations would be lost: It would be possible for Florida to be In the absurd I
tile halls of Congress. who had long i the many visiting. delegate are .....-
witnessed In It mot ridiculous, attitude of voting repeatedly for a candidate
i Imoos la their praise of tile rourtesiea'' [
POLITICAL CHAT. many dave than when John Share bee eliminated from tbeeoatest.
leaving extended them by tile citizens of :
Williams. stood beside Joseph O. Caaaon Florida should send a delegation to St. fNINSTRrCTED..
free to cast Florida's vote for the man who .U BEST FOR THE I. Lake City. 1 Cohen's.
......Uea1Iktac.. things art tad read to him a resolution thai the delegates The _".ctJoa next year wfll b>
....... warm hereabouts The devstonmtnts went beyond tile rontin Indorsement NATION. held In Prasnrola.-Ocala Banner.
of the week and them BEST!: FOR ,
that Is the expectation of a speaker at Democracy of Florida .should"* represented In the National Democratic ,
have been have been amply suf.eJoat -
to please the most sensational the close of every session and voiced I Convention by Democrat UNPLEDGED sad r.NI 'STIU'CTED. who : the \

nf our poUtteal!brethren. The eaadt-I i I the sincere admiration of many men 1' ran sac tAcd If necessary their pets al choice sad vote for that Democrat ,

'date mow ban U* natH'of, the stage I|: for one. Antagonists In many a .- I whom the hour may produce. '

and It must be a pretty good-alsed i, mentary struggle they stood top I""I'I j' From state at La rEL par
Uon platform their to mm hold them platforms alt-,not which to meni, by i;.'. lenders of their respective panics .. j jI I (Vote for three.) :

som of them will new b. ,I the fray, two men In each of whomi T. J. APPLE YARD. ay
able way to stanl upon. Abort tM lINt of 1,i' were exemplified .In the best decree rh t| ? W. J. HILLMAN.CLAUDE Welt palm'/ \ Bao pa.! 4 ...

the week, though was Senator Mai- ,saving grace of A..nraaIoDOr ass LTSNCLE. -

'' lory's declaration Jobs N. C Stock ,i' American good J I .
the saving sense Situated. on Lake Front adjoiningCity
box" fa_ It came From' Cr>mr %5lonal Diatricta.
.... pepper Y S PEP TIC IDE
humor. The republic Is not In a b/ district are I... Park. A cool, comfortable place lTk
.. a thunderbolt out of a clear sky- (Vet for two from you .Uul... to DIGCST10ILI
1 when two such men In two such to stop with food table servke.
way at.
who did not Tt I rJ.
.. -. I mean FI r .. S cnd. .
wh.* the Siuiitor stood-,nad I might r positions can pay and receive such a fTLUER. D. N. BATCHELLOR. F. G. RENSHAW. I Sample room for travellac... -

-. ttt hr there were about an of thikVbwn tr'bute: to the accompaalmcnt of theho.a.at i W. R. D L OACLDEX. C. L WILSON. lOlEnllOllEr-rAR

ta KscamWa -' Why. the plaudits of the House of Res- I A. P. JORDAN. u.. Mra. Urn .. ,..,.. Prvjawictma. -iiriTTmrnnsiisjalr > .d......
i all that IM Ia0 ''rtMaudva*.-Dvtrvtt Fran rrisi. '. -
Se.- Us MM. aloac .. 0
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H. M. KING, ISucnnan W rmUtfam..) "Theldeal"

} Funeral Director and Emt.mer.A..U. !

,. 1.100'VIIIICE D- _

' ......pc .. to T.l. r.Ph or T.lcphon. ('.11.. 413..-12th StfCCt. Phone 25. > Special Sale of Seasonable

I .. .- I Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.

THE E. O Ladle clerk of the fnitM the trees this year being too young for I TREES AND THEIR H *BITS. -
i iI i
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.MIAMI. I States Court and C T. Merrill.> Deputy l earinic Belts! Bets! I Ladle black mohlir skirt sad

United States 3>Marshal were passenger There are a number or smatter fchtpl I t From the Philadelphia Rword bar-1 See the newest fad In ladles crush | round length, seven fired. lap seam

I arriving here yesterday afternoonon l I ;per* through the peach belt of the An expert nurseryman says the belt, white Un. black, and mode (Inverted plait; the regular f7M ....

FLA.. May 11, 1WH. the steamer Miami from Key Went State. aDd it Is Impossible to make dines or non-hardiness of tree depends ': Special .t&.m

I where they" have been In attendant I aa accurate forecast of the number ot largely up.HI wiieie the E* oI Skirts! Skirt!

MAIL SCHEDULE. at court They were enroute to Jack !I
; nonvllle, and left last night fur that markets of teh North. question prang from. Satisfactory sklrta. I. white; all man tailored perfect A large: assortment of silk salts]

.' Arrive from the North I I results are seldom experienced: I., fitting, with tram Bare; pedal., many styles aid colors; all 1"ulll..

1:01 a. m. I ROAMER'S"OY AGE. planting a seed obtained from the Price. .. ... .... .... .... ....$(M ly trimmed and tailored
11:. p. m. sunny .....'th. By planting: seeds gradually

Ckw* for the North place.EON farther north however tie-ti I c..eta.I .

f IW a. m. THE BAY. Interesting: Account of a Yacht Well
= be at length hardened and: acclimated -
may Ladles
fI m. i I c. & Cornet No. Sol, made of
I Known Here.
from such
until a seed a tree ,.
I .' best quality Batiste; this eonet CIne
I I be reasonably expected to thrive ,
THE WEATHER.Washington. The launch Julia, owned by Mr. may I the correct, erect form.

.-For Eastern Florida: Shaanahan. and which baa teen uses The pennant of the New York Yacht and mature Its fruits. Trees, < .e' Special ..U.so.
acquire their habits from the
'falr.XuiID. people
Tomorrow for pleasure purposes the past season Club was flying at the West End yesterday
... 86. climate In which they live. The 147 Warners nut-proof corset.
hauled out this morning on the
was afternoon the bearer being Un'
76.TOWN. northern tree knows tnftlncntc.> li a comet that given!: the almost aattafaetloB -
MlBlmum. and after having .
of PecK A Bailey -
way yacht Roamer which left New York when the time has come to ripen Itt both for correct snaps and #
repairs made to her hull and undergoing -
some three or four months ago. She fruits. The southern tree follows Ue wearSpecial
a general overhauling:, will 5
reached West End afUTBjonT same Instinct, being in no hurry a i .$L00
early yesterday
TOPICS. jj be stored for the summer a* Mr. Shan- I
I; there Is little likelihood of real cold.
ashes and family leave I. a few day I : having made a remarkablyfast lisi'
With transplanting: further nova *
for their home In the North. ma from Pensacola, having left -
habit changes. The great troulht .- ,
FIRE: DEPARTMENT ilEETINO. C. the Florida port early Wednesday
with most people Is that they want to 1
The Ire department held their regular The trading schooner Magnolia* I I. In morning, says the New Orleans TimesDemocrit \1 vs I
jump a tree from south to north atone
,,.weekly .meetiag last Bight at which from Key Wet with a large cargo: of I j
move. This same Idea Is evi hvsiaeaa of roatlae aatnr wa trans miscellaneous freight The Roamer Is a schooner riggei
the attempt to bring: various fr.II'1
acted. The member also laid prang S. gasoline motor yacht belag provide-! L. faa Shirt WgeU
trees from Russia to the United Stale
for their tonrnaiaeat sod celebration The schooner Waife sailed this with a single: crew driven by two gasollne Apples and plums from the Und of tot One hnadred waists, aQ arss*. all

July 4. Mack Interest was maaifested atoning for Key Largo and other key engine (coupled on one sham great: white czar have taken kindly ic the latest style .. lawn,, madras and .
sad tha boy feel confident that the of twenty-five horse.jx wer each. Sb
for of frult. Batiste few of
a cargo: the below-iero conditions of the gentle : only n style: 1
same will lie mad a auoceaa a* the F. .e e ran ma something better than nine Dakota worth $2.50 nod 3.tO. We offer to

E. C. Ry. win pat oa apedal rate up The F. E. C. Ry. steamer Biscayne knot an hour without forcing. She -- close at..... .... .... ...Me. eah

and dowa the East Coast aid from was brought down the river tau moi r Is CI feet over all, II feet beam, ant PERTINENT FACTS. Ladle Japanese, silk shirt waists-

Key West her*. After the meeting lag from where she has been tier ay draws 4 feet t inches of water. She l laa I. back and front tacked red trimmed

. refreshment were served and a very for some time by Captain Metntyrt extra good sea boat for her dimes The general depth of the Niagara with lace; Bishop......; a waist that .'.

f pleasant evening spent and taken to the ways at the terminal lions having been built by the New river at the brink of the falls Is tow win wash. Special....'..........|L4S ::

where she will be abided out for York Gasoline Engine!: Company for
dock a feet' Ladles shirt waists same as eat. :::{
her owner with the especial
thorough overhauling.S. object u. There are 10... In the fatten trimmed with lace; back tacked; new s. :.',
4Cs.tr.ctors Hood aid Isaacs, or qw. view of being fitted for long ....w-. "
Co who willerect States 1.400,000 miles or telegraph sleeve, with tacked eat Special.;.. .... .... .... ?.. ..=200
Capital Qty Bulldlag .
The auxiliary sloop Zora returned She was built for the purposes of het wire.

the sew Haleyoa Hall Hotel. owner, and this Is spnareat !
this morning from Elliott Key where every- Men may frown at the clouds, but '" E. B. DOUGLAS
have rcated the Chamberlala cottageos "i .Lot be- -
she went yesterday to carry a gentleman the sun never tails to shine upon ,
Twettth Street Bear the Bonlevara The Roamer I* the property of H. C -

sad win occupy It for the .._. oa business.e Roome of New York aa elderly gentleman them. commercial 31O... 312. .:?- r Twelfth Street.
There 155
are women
They have also fitted ap a Beat aaecomfortable whose favorite amusement Is taking
The schooner Lillie which came travelers now oa the road la Great
offlea oa the ground ot his wife,on long f'f1Ilu.. the
here a week or more ago from Key Britain.

the hotel where work win he com- West to load a cargo: of log pning lot y-ht peculiarly adapted his use Politics not only mat straige hen
messed oa tile walls of tile house Saturday Mr. Roome will
the Island City has about completed be remembered as having fellows, but some mighty: restless School Will Soon Close -
or seat Monday.LITTLE .
visited drew Orleans IB the
her cargo and will sail la a day or two coarse sleepers.

for that pare.HOTEL. of a long yachting cruise which h*I I Macben and Be,ver.. ire thinking: ofmaniac
.ONES HATE: took some five year* ago In the Wal- for Connvm m that raev en And your children will soon have a long vacation from
7th Mrs. ------- -
Saturday ,an.rKaJ kiM a boat of smaller dimensions sat books. them in the
entertained. be vindicated by a Nt.mlttee.After Why not place
W. R. Haraey charmingly *a afaaMI lea than the Roamer. Asnm-
at her ....-.. sew ....weDe.. la power what he has said about the
ARRIVALS. ., ably that cruise taapbt him Just what water ear It would be odd for General, C _Miami Conservatory of Musk?
Uttto Mis
of her Shirley
honor sister
I be wanted la the
war or a erutstnayacht
Uoatagve.' of Orlando. Flat rourteeuamall.BMidaaa & Miles to accept with avidity,: a Have
you investigated our
and the Roamer to the embodiment aof&iuto K

were mad happy from PIONEER- of his view la this respect. Bat The arrest of women wearing re.! 'Partial Scholarship' Plan?" Anyone is thereby enabledto
o'clock. Lots and Iota otnmn.
four to all M. J. Sligh.: St Louis: W. E. Norton I* a handsome boat from an exterior Peo..tl

with the Joy sad delight of Lemon City; ,R. T. Burr. Cutler; W. viewpoint but when one goes aboard skirts has been ordered by obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely

-growa-ups-' to help play; mad the W. Hunt. Florida; G. Ready Fort be Is astonished to note the roominess vania railroad'officials, if they appear nominal cost. StateaU cam ."..... lay M af Praxtict I Pins

tim .... only two rapidly. Then Lauderdale; W. ......lDore. Jackson-;;, and elegance of the luxurious: cabin. I on railroad grounds.

bouatlfal aid delicious refreshments vllle John W. Hood city: R. B. Tripp, It Includes nearly the whole width of Chicago b.100 miles of streets Franklin Coleman Bush Director.
concluded tile happy "..III&. Those Arch Creek. I !.iYW) miles of sewers, and It cost
the boat and may be said to extend
Shirley Preston Mon i about 1:1.008,000r: to pay its run-
present ware: i .
SAN CARLOS- the hole distance from the pilot houseto
tague. Annie Eggar.: Mary Bro... Rachel -. | sing expense The mayor has 1%."'j
Cornelias Cbrlatlall Jacksonville; the engine room. Her crew consists employees under him. ...............e.Ssesss+*.. . . . . .. .... .
H........ Dorothy Budge EmmaL.maua
E. M. Hopkins M. T. Dooobo Savansah of three
oalv and
men a* she carries -
Lettto Caldwell Ethel Jack-/ According to the Church Economist
; A. C. Cameron Jacksonville; H. no pessengers. nave her owner and SPIERS & MERCIER
the church members la the United
. .. Eltspeth Babe Albs Ca1cI.ell..fZ .
..zc- Pattisoa sad wife. Claciaaati; F. his wife, the commlsiariat aDd". ...-i) .
ea Egerg ..... Bardlne. Marg- IS. : States Bumber ZJ.000.000, or n pet I
Bryan. Chicago; Mr*. Brocenc. lag accommodation' need not occupy ( < >
rite Browa, Helen Jacksoa.. Mrs.| R. I cent of the entire population, an Increase
Miss Bevelea. Havana; D. H. fathers, much space. The tibia which to beau- .
W. Mrs. Montague. Mrs. Bernard all 2* per cent since ISM. I Ij .
Philadelphia C. T. Merrill E. O. and I It ,IReal
; tifully luxuriously furnished Estate. Life. Fire and
i A swell wedding
< Moatagaa. Mrs Guild Smith Mrs. j very was to tab
Lock. Jackaoavllle; C. H. Denny, throughout ha a folding bed which I la .
Saxelby.i place la certain town; the InvtUttons -' !
Philadelphia. the visitor would suppose to be a closed -I't, had a notice printed la the cor-j f Accident Insurance

up writing desk although Just betide
"No children I
aer: expected. Well;
!1Jl1 JRia PEACHES GOING NORTH. It are a writing &!HIt10.)1.-i|I said' aa old lady, "they will come Just I I' Rental and Collection Agents

i PERSONAL MENTION 2ae reM', aa well aa other convenience :; the same." 'I 0",

e tvK E First Crate of Florida Fruit Bring and furniture built la the heavy "'-I I The estimated cost of raining croo <*

I Faacv Price. wainscoting and Into the bulkhead between I I Irani In Illinois. Missouri and Oklahoma Office Bank of -

0 i over Bay Biscayne.Lock .
R..T. Burr of Cutler .. la tow to- the caMa and the engine room
Is from !2S to t3S per ton. It i )
day. The lint crate of Florida pearheaha The engine. room, which to a vet* Box 177. Miami Fla.
I sold tout year from '45 to $:>5 per ton ;
found Its way to the New Pork handsomely finished ap and apbolstei- A trust now control mont of tne : . . . . .

. R. T. Tripp. of Arch Creek, to la tile :,market, and a very good price did It ed la browa leather, serves also as .s broom corn acreage. 1"_ ____ _u _

city today oa business sad pleasure i i 11Irta&. says the "_t: 0II. The kitchen and dining roam. sad It gives
A great demand I* springing ap for say one has ever beea punisherthrough Every subscriber to the Deus Ma-
I six baskets comprising tae crate told ample for the exerutioa of the
-r. M. Hopkins aid M. T. Doaoho. of :' space small truck farms around the principal : enforcement of the laws wt i'tropoUa eau aid some deserving ;yesgi

ftavaanah. are here today oa business.A. I'for $gThe shipment was made by! three purpose to ..1I1c.It to devoted. cities of Pennsylvania. )land are not aware of the fact One thingwe 'I.... sad woman la curlag a .......
i express from Narcooasee. The commission ; A the Roamer built to .
was aavlgaie young men who have graduated from do bow and that to that mere U I,sdueatioa by .....tile ballots to whaam
house which handled the shipment ; Inland streams and canab well
C. Cameron of JackosavUle. Uaaoag as as the acrirnltural college la that state not BOW one bird where tea yean ago they are entitled oa payment ot aahcrtptloBS. .
write'to Messrs Crifflng Bros,; more opea waterway, her mast are .
. those from the aorta her OhDosiaM are taking up truck farming as a two.apes. there were haadreds-Jack.oavin. Read oar offer oa sixthpegs.
of Jacksonville, that the general Impression eta hlncea so that they ran be laid Bat -
sod pUasure Metropolis.
Is for an excellent market aid upon the hurricane deck or cabin roil Soother
Republican delegate 4u -
that early shipments would undoubtedly at __t' notice
)I. J. High tile St. Louis commlMioa j I I a the Chicago convention' refuse to .. LIVELY: CONTEST.' /
bring good price. the Roamer.
trot to ..... la the city looking after 0 Ronthly. Itinerarymay Instructed because such dictation .
The season of the Folrtda peach n I be summed' follows Leaving
aa :
the tomato raid pineapple crop. I would exhaust the revenue )nnaslbTlf- Oa* veto with every torn seats aaia :
not a long one. The calculation Is saw New York, she ran through: the ...
ties of their position. Thev have an for aabacrtpUoa to th* DaOyKa Yetreiw
!that It will opea about June .. ana rab to the Chesapeake bar throughthe
C, Chrtotiaaey.: the, well knows I, : eye on Carnegie' sumptuous rontri- .i which eaa h* teed toward. JIIPC
I continue until the middle of Jill,. 8:.., Inside passage Including: Albevarle FOR RENT.-Neatly furnished cottage
height of the grip traveling out ofjgrkso.vine. buttoa. some worthy yoaac pus s*a way
weeks will witness the and for rent Summer Appr :
opening Sound, Charleston. c. pnces.
to la tile visiting his ; Perhaps It not rather .
city was a mean through a forrxpoaiaaataj assess a-.... _
close of It. so far aa shipments la carload then Including open water for about this office or 130 Nlath Stren. Aei_
thing. after the Russian ambassador book-kptaxor tanocr v. FwMIpartlcalar i
Iota are concerned. .* Avenue B and Boulevard.
? miles, she made her way to Saranreh.
la Washington had announced n Red I raad th* malf-ta *- '
- .. Conditions Just sow for a fine crop Ga. from Savannah she took :J
Joe Rica, a popular traveling : the Cross festival for the benefit of the BoaaeaaMat ... to-tar% psM .
are favorable though the dry weather Inside New Idea Magazine aid ratten / ..;
from Ia_ who frequently visits though salt water mute to Russian army, for Secretary Hay to
has made against the growth of the Jvksoaville. down Indian river to Miami for June received. The Racket Store
ra Interest
to her agars the .
float .
tame Invitations to If .
a great luncnw you tiP ...... year fccaatty. -

.f Ma a.- fruit out around the extreme Mouthera and tea oa the same afternoon. Bat I and wild *A borrow miss fat tta. "
"Wewill probably havewet .fat". point of Florida and A GOOD HORSE role etas-wppr
up the west toe ito 1'1
the President's Mbordtaa'e are forbidden .. A. W. Crisisrtle Lemea at)'. purpose. trv CA Q..Cwrj. Lttorbqatlaq .
Mia. U r. hal=ts of Savannah.S Smother er. aao.aaI4 Mr. GrtiSag fester Pensacola. aid from Pensacola ouiMe to express ....a... y:eat Palm JIoa& p1L.s

<< of Mr* H. a Houatoa. trill day. -before the seasoa begin bat of Fort Morgan aid throngs Mom Five Lace aad Kmbroiderie* at The i

come dose seat Monady oa a visit sin overcome the elect of the recent .land Pas to Mississippi Bound, sad The general destruction of bird Racket Store. .

of several weeks. drouth. then through Lake Bonne the RlgoBad. aid the*- rdty are BOW bring ti.nr ..apie U

"We expect to begin shipping la carload realisedmen tw.. f At.t .

Mr*. Brodariek sad MU Bevelea.proalaeat about the flnt of J... and esti- Mr. Room win probably remain State. ,..,. .,. e o' -- .

ladle from Havana cam Sue oar crop at thirty cars carload Here about a week, and then -; \ ... 6e ... j

aver yesterday oa the steamer. Miami ...., there will be some exprtnahlpmratt. the Roamer three. .,..

and an. aaroato I north for the aummer.W. probably a* early a* tie eanal t"4 --t1Ia.a .,.. find 1J... III.UsteR a
ZGta of the month.. ..+ oe
v' tt tf ..t III .. w

W. Hunt of th* Klaaer Lou Box :The peach Industry la FlorV- ._.1 we s"'r"'u-.loo love J1 ..... "

aid Crata Maaufactariag Co. of Klar1 sew oa, but It la a>- h lr\tee etchM 'sd ttV imaetels ::: :; .... .III't 1

'% a. Oa, to apIa la the city tz- c owia&. Griff- w.ca a -- dad.sM -. 'sbv .' .. f

tag ay th* ptaaappt ahlpper with eat ...... f ... ,,'ra". ..... __ Icrowd .-& 12" \ -- t.'i'ssssse
Batertal to haadto their crop i. vacs ...- 1101IT- ,..,- -- rr-r 1 pr.c ;. 1

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I time .. the cratm nukiMialaf genies TAKING CARE OF THE KING... fpice .. -ti, -now: breathe K concord -
r WHITAKER WRIGHT tbe agp. lie .Taai>rd company ii is high time that,the sinus I I
after' ..,.. lie fonurd the Loadoa i\
-S- Bow well the people know Kinjt of \rt-Ji hould deM-end there, the < Hi\ifiHWf.
and Globe Inaace corpora boa. Itavttfd. ratbc-r than the I-,
hope ei >erlalion
= AND HIS METHODS of Greece )
-> to take orrr tie various .aKarltlraf George and bow attached rat '
i ______ mining! rurporaUon la which bf they are to bit person U evident ,: hag in il"r>tion*with room iu may protracted vorrrpoz ai \
Inren trd. la from the following' anecdote: Onitonuner -
was + December 1900.
British Financial Promoter De.. this eorporatkHi failed.... carried ruin -I believe it ';111 the ca.r j Hut.*. ___ _____ 4Q..r t

r nied They Were Unlawful. erlppkdregal to away. Vuue I.prominent Great BAtas boaiaenboiiM. and ident following Caruot-the the as a*,iuntioii French of jro\em Pr"'l- Tasea. I i Clubbing Rates..

Many ueuben of die Loadoaatotk I II meat through of TLiraga: London bridge baa had .
I exio ra"iiinu *
,.b the fait- no LCJM* it for about 150
ex >116f' wen rained by upon
. : >CUSSED) H1VttT.r"WITJIKOIG.1I.J surrounded the Ling nib a kunleo- Y
Sr.Tbltleea baaklac and brokerage *, taxes are still paid on the
some CK-ort of letectitv! who how |
firms fallnl. aa a molt of the .eallaparaf es that formerly stood there.

.. ...._ ..1..... WMm ..../ ., ... law romped tatjntj't life miserable. On : \\1Ie'1o about the )ear ITiG, it aal a The people of Dade County will
... Wrlfbt tame to America acata taUarrfa. da} the King aa was bi< <*istnvent ->. want all the news
*- Mk WHlmrrtrmm .. I .ecid Jean the houses from the this
ItH .' A rtMMtor ...ktAmrrirmm two. and ea lard 1was ar- for a walk in the couunj, ,....i, i bride it i lain taxes and tithe suevitarl 1 )'ear as it is to be'an interesting one be-
: .1 rested a* be wu learlnx the boat Ha at hia majesty was alone a plain cause of the elections
J' ri..al e Qr..s _rla.t t.iid hate lien paid ever Fineto
........_.. had booked a* )L AndmwL Taa ar clothei agent kept him in view, ner- Ii
: C. c... I I the rectors of St. Magnu and !>L
..*.. tlw ., .... C..t......... lest ta ronnertbMi was<< uwle with ou the a criminal conduct charge af the er losing tight of him. So eviJentljvaa i Olaxe churohe Sot less than $300-
he the that National
king; a 000 h:, Ux-n paid to these tee 11&1'I State and CountyThe
tendon sad Globe Finance |
"What eorp.ndon brave hw intentions
aappeoed to me a'bllul.I ..- peacrnt mistaking ,
limited. EztradlUoa proceedingsrecoiled kbea iace the decrepit houses which .
aay dar to the men who !atand it Ib. *I and taking him for an anarchbt '
I In hla ataftlaf bark to formed, yielded them were pulled
head of be American tadaatrUI Ea6'j approached hia ml '
107 of great land la tbe custody af two majesty utec I ct".n. They iurmed not only the |
combiBaUoaO Mid the tocUTea. him mpectfullr and in a mvtteri- ,, .
t h but the old bridge itnelL
.. Y. Whltaker. Wright the Brltteb p "1 am nary deeply shorted by the oua whisper Mid: "Bog pardon your I : if-w there is a movement to ,tI Metropolis
.ad financier. to Jamee CreeJaua 1a"1 trade death following aa cloudy his majesty, but there' 'one of them I
J't, ( I stomp| ittta serial ghost story of taxation.
hfarrh. at the time of Ua arrest U eonrktkm.! raid Bamoel Catenayer.wbo following TOO. But keep your mind Has perfected
Tark. car tW Sew Tort World was his eoonael dartaf .... fight j arrangements whereby it can offer

Take the Catted State Steel corporattoa acainat extraditloa, "and I cannot help biroraft I Epps sad Gout tlj such attractive rates for various newspapers

with Its f budrds of million of UUakiac him entirely a vktia..t: nilafortno -( : that there ould be no excuse for
It ha long been known that people remaining
*. Ilk roarlrtloa ...,.? tile cirenmntincn : eggi :
A Mara '
..... Oaring Exploit. in
Suppoa that 1M greatest *aK were unsuitable food for gouty sub It ignorance as to the happenings of
la a goad UlaatraUoa of the ,
terprtae ta the world aboald fall and Itssat Admiral Clark, the famous commander the
dlffereece ta tile crlmlaal law af Great jests, but certain physicians: jf J I year.
P brink $300.000.000 ta rahx. of the United States battl '*!
Brltala and the Called States En* I i standing now albrm that they ar
Would tbe people wb loot their BOOT; land and Germany hold Utoo* rtapoaalbla ship Oregon pained some of hit Dot fit for human consumption being Iii

then bar J. PVrpoat Uorgaa Street for the conduct of corponttena! to* early year in Greenfield, Maaa. too highly concentrated for the I II

ed" ,Weald be be to blaaw been*** a much Kricter accouatablHty than we, There in the winter he coasted j I digestive organ to'macage. Eggs, |Iii i| RATE.

tbey bought watered stack. at more than do. i down Burniton mountain, a hair they uy, not only aggravate goat, j r
-Mr. Wricht would not lave beencoartfted raising exuerience and dearly 1 I
.It was wertbJ but :cause it. A New York parti 19cian .
7 "It la fortanato far director., Amertcaa America.. Klaay men wbi prized by the youth of tbe village .
I bo has made a reputation a* The
treats that they ar not .... theeeminnlia now bold their beads alP ta the .... for it meant much to reach the bottom I j a dietician will' not allow of hispatients t; Daily Metropolisand
Uwa ., England. T.-W dal dlctrkt .t this dry New lark r in aafety.Shortly I any One, Y ear
to eat more than one
If eggs
weald b* paaie suites tile Mae after
a. float ladiaWlab ta London. It the Oregon' remarkable in '
Jar I|I lawa that gored laanc ta Great three month and enD discourages ,
VeaU to laipnaalbh. .. orgaala con Britain were auddealy to.apply ....... vorage in the Spanisl i custards and other diohea mad Daily imes-Union $10.00
,..... there oa tb* Us** followed to I|I I, U aura lass did obtain. "ynter'lltfPf' American* war ont of the command} I 1, with *,=...-New York Po t ,
America. Tb taws would prereat it 1 cra boyhood friends wrote to him.
would be mnrh aafer."
There la no difference between what I ;' It was not just an ordinary letter of Th Qraat Ce. iti_ j jLonrI.y ; Semi-Weekly Times-Union Sass'

lid ta England. and what year todae- I CboapA er.ev.s .w.eo..; congratulation but a handsome and I bar
trial _.... are doing ta America.* your anjwai| Weekly (Metropolis with
new graft baa been discovered toIddalla. sincere tribute to splendid *"1Ioua- BOW? Semi-Weekly Tirnes-
Of all
? -get quick" .IJIdJfn.t UOL." says one of the papara I Ief ship and personal bravery, aoch.a* F.tIerCIyou Union -
bare brought disaster to th.n..adaWtotater keep my laugh 1 IIJ U.oo
that place.Every night tar aom anT man would be proud to tea: ter supplied with ite '
Wright was easily ... erpi-n autorn
oat of his kind. He always denied that time> past the mea'a atattoa waiting room atjtLe I,6 i, aloud,to his wif4[ before mailing. In bile aa the hu been u ed' to?-Da ..!J With Atlanta Journal twice a week 12.25
radflc baa been
bjs acrbod. .....aalawfal and prided crowded Miaaunrt with due course the answer came. troit Free "-e.eROBBED With Weekly Palm Beach News
ta the aeata.
men akeptag
fcjmartf od* ta the .. {i "Dear old it I |2.oo
lng J. "It really
wee glum tbeif- '! man. ran.
When asked
aalataa t"b1'
'>1oi>int, Morgan. and Charle "U.cbwab station arteadaata the r larartably reaarrected wasn't much-after taking doable THE ORAYE.A :. ; n
,- ass flnoacfal pewmotsr.a I runner down Barnuton atarUlag tacid at U narrated bj .a
Ucketa to some nearby town moue
uE yss hoes la Cheablre;England Ia said taiD." John Oliver of Philadelphia.,.. fol- Old subscribers must pay all back dues before
aDd tbat they
they were waiting forj I Itnlaa. ..!t
,1IfG.--U1I.r.stIIo .... were N coat- A few days ago about afty ol'I' Iowa: 'I was la '.. awful' eoadltloaMy '"'iI can take advantage of these offers and cash
hXortaMe rtrcmaistaace fare him a A Thirty Yeare" War Kndod.ThutT akta was almost yellow,
thoM regular boarder applied at the eye sunken .!Ii in advance must
t food edacatioB..... be qaaUfled aa aa ticket; offlce. ha.e Use tickets redeem team of war with tba AJii- toagv coated pata eontlaually Itbark ... these accompany. all orders for

expert taming engineer and showed .... ode 1'W..t....* got next to the far. i i[tare, a'frrocioua lot of Malaya ..ibloodthinty and aide. so appetite, growlat 1-1 combinations.
dal aptttadetj chemist In
..) a 18G3; that the tirkrta were purchased for t"1{ that weaker'
after ... fatbefa death, be came to* they actually want- day by day. Tare phyaidaM .
1. America and was employed ta i itb mine, Ia ante para.t banking ta. a warmienm..Xaaas t I ed to defend their own island and resist had glrra me an. Then I... ...... ...aII. ADDRESS

west a* .. aeMyer.'to Hetvseced City Journal.Tea tbe imposition of a foreiga yoke to as. Electric Bitten: to my joy Of .aII.
New Tark ta 1890 with a fartaae .b>> .a taatao. sN..... \ upon tLe-n: baa. ret ant bottle made a decided Improve '*..

.,.tamed. a mining prospector. ar* the light of my Bf- $?OO.oou.t/W and baa been conducted meat I continued their as. for tan !Ii Miami

,. ne wterwd. .. England la ISO andL irked the lerer. cx.:ag a title e* Waa aa privately that hardly {karbu-ly weeks sad am now a wall maa. I Metropolis
eonetttetd Ote.rtal.pertUow a sadk the band carved k* settee | outside Laa heard aavlhiB.about robbed
know .
they the ,
crar of .aaothetnctlm.
t a scat ..... aa' to ara for bin tM Tea only nay that ....._ yov4 lit. It i* DOW ever, tb/I. principalfultu ." No should
one tail
t itpatatlo.hot- a' ) .o<.-Cbr1i4 H* Know I drink a* mack tray oil. abs laid to try
baring hia tarbua at the them. Only to cent, ..
paru. al
lark* v'xpmdUarca dazzlnl tW British Mabbercd. t tJIo. | .
.wtooI sad b. .was'nexntrd. far a .... 'ft rraalted to a'matev>-l lad feet .f the principal Dutchmen con i::all dn I.... I
cer&cd and _
"" the wit Svnutraa _
: a girt -- -
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IN THB CIRCUIT' COURT or rna VieUn and X'k.,..

. GEO. H. MEYERS, I UNITED STATE FOR rHE SOUTHERN A writer IB Electricity says it has
:.: I DISTRICT OF FLORIDA been discovered that the aging ot s

c la th* matter .r Oondniaattoa of Landbttwoea violin can be artificiiUy secaredhr.

Electrical Contractor aBa, sad the Atlantic exposing the wood to A nIL Tmbesntifid

Ocean. tone which WB heretofore
The Praatdent ef th* United State ef malted from a natural aging of the

America: wood for fifty or sixty yean eaa

1113 Avenue 0. .To John r. Horr. Eaq. United saw thus be obtained in a single day.If .

.....haJ for the Southern District' this be true, Stradirariua violist

Estimates for Florida: Oroetln: will be DO longer, at a premium except

Make known t* Dnataaa T. ?rid. Mary in M> far as perfection of man.-

-c= EIectnc Light \Wiring.' Bell wiring. W. 01........ Frank Oabora. Sarah C. 0.I. facture i i. concerned though it is

I....... Viola U Oebom.. D.' Hendrickaoo. probable that, u in most other proo- '

Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. : Buaaa C. Hendrtekaon. sad Mary W. ewes, the natural aging, will yiaU
.'--. Executrix, ... ......11oa.- the better tone.MAKES .
born. Executor of the hut win sad teetant --. -
a of Eara A. Oabora. ..e..d. and .
FREDK. S. MORSE aD other ....-* latereMed .. the 'oUo_ A CLEAN SWEEP.
log deoerlbod .....; that Tber:'. aotalsc like dotes a thing

Wberea a petltloa wa Bled ta the tboroaghlr. Of all the Salves JOB ever
abov entitled earn prarln the eoa.demaaUon beard BoeUea's Sahre IB
ESTATE of ;' Watch this space REAL ef the United State, diecrftud aa follow the bat It sweeps away a4 ewes

.:: Commncfnc at a point south barns, sores, braises, cots, both ..-
M d. T... S..dnut.s weot S* feet from eers. skin eraptioas sad pi.... Its
.- Office sp stain Cor. AT.C and H tb St. the aortbeitrt mraer of the aortbweetquarter
f of only Zee sad guaranteed to fire sat'IsfaetioB.
for change ., .ortion ML ta twaala 14seatL
Miami. Dade Co. Florda.POWERS'MEAT I mnce d. rwaahur theses sooth By all dratfista.
I G .... .. II mlnutee onet abowt 1* feet dw
> to the don of the Athntle Oceaa. theses
f folkurln aaid .hor.. onthrly for about
Coast Railway
:. Florida East MARKET. ItR '.c. thenc north C ........ M aHaatre TWO IS Bma THAN OJTX-

west (alone a Hoe parallel to anddistant .
B..'.a pointer for the Msraorouresdersl .
at right angry froai the aortb-
YOB want (o save easy
Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. era boundary of this tr..a *T hud.being sad we how bow to help ye*. We
deocriberl. MM
) about SH tw: t Jew
Schedules. eaa lz It so ye* pay a little Bore tba.
Sausage. Hams Poultry eta water lark an Btaeaya Bay. theses .
for pnee ef one paper and r'the
aorUMrty followlnc acid low water BMrk
SOB! arEXDE ft. MIAML FLOSIDI.Are ,oft "..'. TIM pries of the Dally I
about ii feet thence south i ..ieI .
Citisra has
TimesUsioo rsossitoy*
nUnala vast alone a ..* aaraDal t*
and distant at rlllltt .....* from the bees reduced to the following prices ,
You Going to Build ? outhera boundary ., the tract ef Mad Three moot ..... 1 1 Mtfixaraolbs

being .............. KM feet) about B3 feet MOB
U the point ef omia oft*_" iKiiHlaIna I year.. s BB
1 If so. or it you need building! material of an) .t4 agar awr ee ..... ta Dad Cooaly. We propose to ..114 you hot) fibs
Flartda; I Dally and Hoaday Ttatea-UniM sad
kind you should not 'fail to see Therefore ....* areaenta. are t* eea- a&i...sad Ute MBTBOTOUS l..r t fh

ataad tea and each ef theav and say 81s _..... .............. .... 1 { ''e
,i and an aeraoa* taMreatad ..... ....... One year. BM =
Ben. npoa said land, t* W and appear We will send ye Ue 8ejl.W..kiyTtBMavUnioa

I J.A. McDonald &Co biters the Circuit Cumt ., the V.11.5states sad CitiseB sad hs .......
f tor the Boothera DMriet of Her-I MBTBOPOUS

Ida, at JackaomrBl. *a ......,.. June Six ssontbs tar... 1 NOs.
.. nsi this sad there t* SM say.ehjaettoaa -. .year.. SSSTbo
they stay have, and t* show whatlatereat
Lsissbttr. lat .. 9hlale*.XeaMlBf*.Caslajs. Brick,Us a t..,.. and each ef than say bore I for M eeats ant IBM ths
Dealers In| cotsoat. .....ter.Hair. Etc. ta the property h.r..lah.f.. Btserlhia. I priM of the daily,ye*ft* two Bspen
Yard...dOfftoa.ATaD aad tick rcCWilson's and t* ..... cauea. U ..,. they eaa. why sad for Shy orats .ore taaa the ror
aM land should set b* unlimnil ae alar prioe ef txt JfrrBoroi4ayef*.
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--- cording t. taw te the was ef the Cartd elM Seasi-Wecaly 'Te* sa4CitfecB
and why each prareeitlarf* a* ta sad Ue ran*. and Trail
Stat.w..a. by taw should act b* had. why Grower.
Novelty a Jury should act b* wagon lathe awes Send your.abseripbos to SB.IB task.
+ damac**: why a JndewMat afaeatnatlon ear advance always at tBeee prices.Tu .
worms ahaU act he entered upon lIa8OPOu..
the verdict ef the said Jury ta .....- II1aai,W1a
Is now ta operaUoo sad ready to reeelT aac of th* Statute. ta each ear ....

orders.FOR'ANTTHINO and peIdcd; why each ether and fur I IA
IN the proeMdtac aa nay h* are Tided by
taw ta each ear a* may h* aceeaeary t*
WOOD NOVELTIES. enable>> th* ratted State to.egWre a perfect -1rat
Window and door screens, window sad fa eJrnpl title taste sVrald Cooley & Homer .

Robbins & Co. and dor frames; store flxtarea, stair sot lie had.WKaea '
J. A. the Honorable .....111 W. Faltar. -
work Inside trlmmlnf of all kinds.
Cli'ef Jmtle of the Bupum* Ceort Real Esute ui Rnul Ants -
( R. S. WILSON of the United ...* '... the Seal ef
E TI Oarria o t e this Court at tile City ., JackaoavUta.ta .J
yi CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. said D.tt! k-I. *a this twentyeeroathday List You Property Wit Tki.I .
Depo&1'tOr'Y.Quality ef April A. P. tM.

is reMembered' long after price is\\ -- -- Clerk. .. ptees ef bay froat sroperty
with ripe,.. rialto, witiJa. few
forgotten. ,.. .- \ ORDER FOR Pl'BUCATJOX. 1 mattes walk ef tae bsalasss sanbai
; F W BABl\l Miami,Mia,SM feet*. bay ate s
< -1i !. the Clrralt Court. Seventh hdldaJ 100 feet deep, hatlnr a lot W IBV

a Quality Mkes the Bargain. .. Clrmit. Dad Coaatr. Florida. 1Itarf., trees *. it. Tblstoatos,'
Amelia Ray rt Wade H. Ray djTere. piI.a wister home.
e/ .A.aehlt.et &n$ 8 u.Lt&.z
dlasai.: w'1. It appearing by affldarU appeaded to
Strwert. -
I BOW Bars Is .y employ one oftke
1 the bill la the above stated CMue that 32. Ttelftl Street SilaerBkt '
best draftsman IB Ue Boats sad aai .
Wad H. Ray the defendant thereto
, better prepared that ever for furalah-
named U noo-reaideit of the State of I I I I I I I I 4s
Inc plaas and details for food boOd-
r "" HEAVY BLACK3M1THXG, Florida and If now reddest of Portland .-
laP Use eabiaet work. eta t*
: rse. -8boels7ir7wafoaV aTriMeWoiAll I .. sow headquarters for taraed Oregon, and la over. the: age of White Eagle Batter Shoo. }
;. F B Haven .tll t..Ilt11Nn: It la therefore ordered .
Gnarsm.edd. okIerlD<< work, scroll awing sad an work as- that said non-resident defendant

::i .. All Work Firtt-Clasa. sally doss la a ant class plaatnc aUH. be and la hereby required to appear to No WdIJc
Send BM yoar orders for door s sad Best Sluice i. tk City.
the bill of complaint filed ta said CMMoa
8Q. Av'ern1e.: : window frames, ballasten, brackets '
Shop or before Uaooday. the ItIa day of A. COLBY. < Proprietor,

_- etc, ate beeosTtaeed.MIAMI. Jane A. D. 1MM otherwise the allegations tot Twelfth"'"...
PI,A of said bill win b* take aa eoafresed -

_d by said defendant je
McNeilf& It to farther ordered that this order Clubbing

be published once a week for four coaaecatlre -
Y SEABOARDAir weeks ta the Miami Metropolis -, $ Rates.

(Dally aewspejwr published ta

Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th mid maty and Btata.TUs .
You can save by Abscribing
Line tad day of May. DM. money I
Street. West of Railroad.We J:. C. Dc .-bora. for the paper

Clerk Circuit Court
FOR have gentle horses broke for ladies to ride and drive. S. O. Frltts you want through

Deputy Clerk. The -i

ivannah. Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines, toed Comfortable Carriages, Robert R. Taylor I I

Raleigh Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Solicitor for Complalnart '
' ,. and
!I' Philadelphia. New York. First> class Teams, Metropolis. 'l i

,' Reliable White Drivers."Florida CrrhV Hall if Pam.etsAaan We can: give yoti> tb. ..
;.. Three Elegant Trains Daily. I:

= Seaboard New Yorkji i M itea.r (tve -- saM the teacher DanyTunes-Union and
,, ," "f""f" a./ .. she tubbed her Ore*raTb Daily Metropolis for
- SeaboardExpress Seaboard Mail te Mate* ., Ma guest IrlaaBMB -

mr dearAad *," f l O.CO a or botbr
THEhxiustn wboa a road ..... fraatteatty she year
Pullman Pastime"b ...... with ourprieeTb .-
Modern for six months
Equipment. tlov
*!Record irlaty paw wa"...... 'aTwa..oa.thinS .
Jtoamto to be
1;:..s Tin'a.slostd' T.w,T.rk u..... r a ..IRtbated tra1.1 e..pei..rbedwty. ii Pan- '_A/tv Co., tenseewhA new s .OO.
::1' ..r.atrK drewl.g-I ..'a' aM ..sevstio..n W..eted. ..NM.gsaw the hue aadWoT
IieI. before
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:'MKING fort Dallis! National i Bank.


OF l\JTYA1\lX. FLA... .. ..

O rt':: ... S 1. 00.000.00 .


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

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

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

in strength and business.


Report to the Comptroller Currency (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas Nation 11! .',

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

I .
.A.sse-ts. Lia.bilitieis.

Loans and Discounts. . . . 163.055 ..
4 Capital Stock. ., . . . .. . .$100,000 00
Overdrafts. . . . . . . 250 18
Surplus. . . . . . . . 2.00000'
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . : ;,ooo 00 ./
: 1.56972
Premium on the same. . . . .. .437 50 National
Bank{ notes outstanding. . 00
,, Dade County Bonds. . . . . 25.000
:- Deposits . . . . . . 202.
,. Banking House. . . . . . 41.214 13 io 93

." U. S. Bonds owned . .$$56,625 I

Due from Merchants National
}. Bank of New york. . '19,15988'

Due from National Bank of

Jacksonville . : .18.39946

Due from Mercantile Exchange

Bank of Jacksonville 7,33613

Due from Trust Companies of .

;, New york. . . .1.. 7,50020 .

Due from State Banks and

i Bankers . . . .. IO,2 908I"

Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25000

Cash on hand ;in vault . 33,263"!S5; 153,783 oo

$390,640 65
., $390.64065


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t; TALIAFERRO DAVIS, CLARK., |ling attorney with a tie so far between THE LABOR PROBLEM. .
:the other two. I

r (Continued from ant page.) Ceo. O. Butler way ahead for Tax ,,111 The South Dlacuaaed By President ;
of Cotton Manufacturer Ass.x ia-
-!' Assessor with XI man let as his second. | $5,000.00

TAUAFKRRO CERTAIN.Jackaonvllla j although: It looks as If Butler will win Uon.Waxhlngton. .

(Later.)-Return* ao I out in the lint by a few vote<< over
far received from yeaterday". State Doth opponents. May 11.-The American q _

primary are coming la slow, but raffl- Cotton Manufactureni' Association Palm
A. f Beach StockBcinglOoscdlout
dent precincts bare made return to MARS BUSY. convened here today in eighth annualsession
Indicate the nomination of J. P. Talia r .
hk-h ,'J11la .,
:<( tao a. T-ohundred
term on the ant ballot aa his. own (From the Baltimore American at Jr
member are In attendance.The .
oc'ceaBor over Governor Jennings. The Dutch are fighting In Java, the I
John N. C. Stockton and former Senator 'Russians and Japanese in Maoi-hnrla. program thin morning Incluilisl /NEW

Call for United State Senator. .the Turks In Macedonia the G<*rciana '.addresses by the president of the a..- YORK-COST.

Frank Clark lad. for Congress 'la southwest! Africa, the British In IIO'I.Uoo. C. W. Heath of Monroe, V t .
the second district and Congressman mallland and the United State hosts --
I! 'C.: Secretary Corielyou, or ..... IDepartment
ttparkmen In the drat Oongreaamaa a civil war Colorado, with s national -
I of Commerce and Lsbnr: 150
!; W. .a Lamar I. unopposed hi the'' political campaign coining on '
J. L. Miller Charlotte, N. C.: It. CCarpenter. I
'If third dlstrict.- Who says the word (a at prtee!
Ithaca. N. T. and J. WNorwood .
The race for Governor la close! ConCreaamaa Mens Nobby and
,.of Greenville. N. C. U D-to-datp. ,,;t
I. Dark. leading by a goo: d A car load of fine ripe watermelon! I -- -- ..Ul
President Rooiievvlt will receive the
tote though It U provable be win en,reached the city today from the Miami' Made of Summer Weight Cheviots
rialtos at the Whit House tomorrowwPresident Hone-
,,: ter a aecond primary with Maya, a section. Ripe canteloapea and peach.' spuns. "001 Crash
'I| Heath ta his address said and: English Cricket
Broward. made their appearance last week. Th 1
:that a mont aerloiu condition now confront Cloth \\ilsorf-JJros
It Is believed Meant will have I t a finest! kind of vegetables are now here, -- Cluett and Star make
the manufacturer In the big!h
majority of the delegation to the national In abundance, green corn being: the --- -- -
I price of cotton coupled with the small I - -
convention. latest aditlon. The price are a little ''
'return for manufactured product ,
high but will decline dally. Watermelons land 250
I claimed that the manufacturer .
THE cocvrr !?tUURT.As from 15 to SO cents mm, cant -
.are largely responsible for this condlUon.
far .a possible In the man we an. loupe 19 cents peaches 25 cent pm "When the price of ra'" mcto NOW ON Suits lens Underwear
dozen 30 tents dozen. Tbo-ign ,
; corn per
trine the returns of tae election heldIn i began to rise recently they told their
a cold winter, the (above fruit and Wool ;
very Balbriggan
-t7 Lisle
this yesterday. The count 'customers the Increase was due to AT and|Fancy Lisle.
!vegetablea several weeks earlier
are ft
of the TOW baa not been completed at: speculations and manipulations" he _. __ _
I market this than luL-Jarll- _
Miami or Went Palm Beach and la the l year aald. bat this.M not true. The high

table the Miami remit la on the count ville Metropolis. price are due solely I to the response Sewcll'sTailoring

of X20 out of 60!. and that of Palm Sberift Chas about twent j of supply and demand. Hats for Men.

Beach oa 309 out of J5.. days ago arrested RIley Fleming la I' The scarcity of farm laborers la flu

John Frohork will coma close tt.wtnnlac this county oo suspicion and was South be said, la due to the migration

over all but wnl probabr I j cental In securing a place for him. lithe < of the negroes to the cities, and the
save to ma over la the second primary -: serious situation la oat of the ,
chain lone enough to
county paL
with 1. R, Abrana.B. lent* to be met aad conquered. proD-I .
i allow the aheriff to send out ctmnar Establishment 100
C. Dearborn will be opposed. Iconceralng" Ma captare. The aherlVj Immigration of Italian and !
It the second by Z. T. Marritt or J. S.pluderlek ,
j i from lAke City Fla. received oat with ror.tP.labor. will have to be encouragad. .-:--- MENS
and at this writing Itwaoertaia .. ." continued Mr. H..th."to overcome 4. STRAW HATS.
.1;his dM which aa they are neck sad' the labor, question! In tb. South You will)) _
until It was found that Fleming was find an thing -' ____,
[eck. }
f \the negro who brutally murdered Dick especially. 'Oll.
The ladlratioas ar. that tare of the Bright a young white mad who had Touching on the labor problem Mi wish in this sifbck 100

,*.ld eonaty commlaalonera hare won ,< bena aa extensive tarpentlne operator 'Heath aaaerted that while It la th. except

w Afch v 9cD aaJ4 >j a4 $ nll. with at rmatllla. Sheriff Hopkins tamed rieht M labor to organize, capital coroNne shoes, whicn we are now MENS FELT HATS. t: r

Belcher defeated by Tweedell sad I the Bagro over to tM offlcer from Lake shou1Qpotbq Questioned. "Thepower '_ __ ,
;laJahart by H. Dlia -t. The vote<< of labor OI'.rulzatiOll.I at ha\-ii sale
county upon Identifying him and the pranriit : 4 a of at our
b to cloa nlf a tall a at will ntO negro waaoahee back to Lake county ,' la being: put to dangerous noe*. and .200

sapaW J M0 toll,,?.4 XGraahm yesterday IDOI'Dlac.-Tallab__ Capital I It Is menacing Individual right*, evenazkhg shoe store
King will wla over Sutton the Government to Ax the hour -V-.
a amaJI materity.JndfasHevaer ..k''work'day. a.i..t.. U aonra. Theaadevelopments ---------- KENS CLOTH HATS.
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defeated Jl B. Saual > AMERICANS: ABl'SHED. threaten the very principle "-. i
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+* .
\ of the 'Ogvernmeat. declaredMr.
C. Barteahaw la nominated for Manila May 11.-Lieutenant Win Heath la conclusion.
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nor.of.Registration. field Harper sad thirty-nine ma CJI"I e, .*

(Tax, Collector the snood rare Company P. Seventeenth U. s. Infantry When a woman admit that bar '

between RB.. Mctx-nnoo ana were caught la ambush tart Sunday rand ha a disposition JIb Ita father JOflN\S'EWEll

aatier.iRaateraua. I by several hundred Morroa ana 'thl* U aa admission oa her part that & BRO.

wins aa treasurer two officer and fifteen men were klil1 the child to not perfectA .

wiafcrrKjr.ta ]1 ad. PIT men, were also wounded. The t t

ta aafe as the nominee i ii i\ ambush occurred at SllDpattile' -. ... MB who has never stood agalaat l :. EFFEEFFFEfrrFEs: .1
i School.Saperiateadeat. east-rant of Lake Lignaaan..- FfEtr.EEEE
a bar. and bends railroads doeaat J ). A.'E
L'Tiylor lead1 fofun Tit t t land of X____ ,\MY what sudden wealth ... 310.312 12th Street. .

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