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

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VoL 1. No. 130. Ji'JS:',:! MIAMI FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY l:. 1904. gSrC"" Price 5 Cents

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the lint primary, that Clark lead AI23CIEFF-8 REPORT UNTRUE
RESULTS OFPRIMARY Ilorni throughout the dlntrict. and that GREAT WHEAT flRELIVELY' FIRE TODAY SOWING UP

Davis i though In the lead, will have to Toklo May It-Offlrlal Inquiries
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L r"ateo asalll with! either Brovard or 4'I I I show that Viceroy AlexlelTs report

Ji. ')1a,.. probably the former I railroad communications with Port

In the lint district It U conceded I I Arthur have been open since Monday,!
that Sparkman has defeated McNamee.By << Nine MfflkNi Bushels of Staple Grala II j House aid Coateats of Mary Docsey, to! SB true. WREGKS-

tomorrow the )Metropolis hope ,
Burned Today CoBSuned This Mornhkj I I +
f. to be able to announce the entire State .. FIRING" AT NEW CHWANG.
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n.. vote by counties as the returns will I .

i" be received as soon as they are oOciar- Shanghai K... May It-Firing to

(. King Defeats Sutton By ly The reported official canvass of the vote will k fnat Mlam (Jet..... At rVh k* fhIIeI Fit*. Brat* *. By limit the reported direction to hays of New been Chwang.heard today In Are Russians In Port 1 1I

Good Heavy Majority be made tomorrow moraine at tea TIM If t artto.. U. Dertste Br Wrk SKceeaM h Savka Other Arthur
o'clock by the executive commltee aDd FOUGHT ALL DAT. I Harbor
this may result In a change of figures flames u4 Several Ores list rY pertr!' Serial T1n.W Toklo. May 12.-Later details of tile

In .ome e-. i Russian attack' on Aaju last, Tuesday -

I I states Bat the fighting lasted all day. j

TELEPHONE COMPANIES. I Japanese reinforcmente arrived at 1
fROHOGK LACKS VOTES : Winnipeg May 12.-Th* Fort Wllklams The bones and contents of Mary o'clock la tile afternoon from Hung TORPEDO BOATS. PASS

I Louisville Ky, May 12.-Th* Post wheat elevator' eontalaiag ala orw". a wail kaowa and industrious Tang. The Russians retired Wda<
million bushels of wheat to burning
colored
pry. : woman Bear the comer of day morning In the direction of Kalchong. -
t, fiercely at 10 o'clock and th* entire Second Street and
A.a.
Preliminary steps toward the consolidation were .

- raps W9 Be Us Oppoaeat b Next : of all the Independent telephone Ire plant started to likely at S to o'clock to conauBMd.this morning.The totally destroyed by ire this morning The Japaaes* lost four mea killed The Bbsttq Dot Fron' the Hartor,
I lines la the United Stales will at 1':30 o'dock. sad only by the verybest and six wounded. The Russian casualties -

Prtary-frafcrick WRai probably be taken at a conference and heroic work was adjacent amoaats to about fifty killed and a SaUl Japanese Steawre

which will'be held la this city between CHARITON. IA.. BURNED I property saved from destroctioa. large number wounded. A Russlin

A4s Dearborn for GIe .-, President J.-'G. Splaa of the Pltubnn The origin of tto Ira to .. a_.. soldier say that the Cooaack raiders Gassed the Expfcsiois Thai Out-
ou....... Ia.. May 12.-Fira today though It .U
and 'Allegheny Telephone Compaay. believed to have bees numbered about (00.
Three of the OU Bear of CooilyCoM&skners ,ed the>> BeBcf That Were
aid the official of the Louisville HomeTellpeo.e wept tile bualaeas portioo of Charitoa.Is caused by rats la th* ceiling. The ant They .,
and It to reported that several persons laUmatkM that tk* and '
occupants others
leNaBtoaWdUthirt Compaay.h INDIANA DEMOCRATS. Btoftiaa Ife Their War Vessels-
... were burned to death and killed.
". : Ptttsbarc representative are la' had that tile house was on fire was
and Befcber Bd tie I Toledo today Inspecting the Independent Tk flr* was of ladadlary origin. wbea the tame burst through tile Are Meeting Today to Select Delegates I I Docks at tebyfestrwI-Oetafls
'7. "IP Th* loa will sot to large
.; as aa expected roof.Aa.
telephone's plant .a that cjty.
To The National Convention.Indianapolis. .
Defeated Outs ae/ From Toledo they will come* to Loon* I amounting to DOt over 125000. alarm was Bounded a few ...- .. May 12.-' TMant aessloa of Attack At AIL
Two men caught stealing bar ....
i villa reaching this city Tharsdaymorning. goods afterwards by tile Mowing of tile of tk* Indlaaa. State DemocraUeConventioB
__ .- bees arrested aa lrebup.I Ice work whistle and tile -
They will be Joined here by I ringing of was eatvjd to order this C
President J. A. Armstrong of the Home the Bra MIL Th* department responded :moralag. The platform to to be adopted I II II I
Ttore will b.* the a lively local Telephone Company and Joshua D. I The first day leetrie curreat ever but as tile Ire was beyond tile reachof !sad the State ticket nominated at the I Washington. May It-A World dispatch

eampaiga for tile Joaa primary a> Powers chairman of the executive I tamed oa la GalnesriJl was fives to water BO hose could be laid and tile second session here July Mi from 8t Petersburg Bay la explanation -

ttar are aeveral Important office to committee of that company. The visitors tile dtlaeaa of GalaasrlU by Maaaiar apparatus was DOt taken entirely to The contest today to for tile control of the explosions hear: at
to. Wed. Dole of tile Gainesville Gas sad Dee- tile fir*. The members ... Pan Arthur which Jed to the
will be shows over the local plant however of delegate to tIe national _..-iIL report
The for dark win be be- trie Light Company Monday and toaD poadad with knekete I that the Raaslaaa
rue county aDd oa Thursday Bight la company I and ladders..- Parker followers claim about two- were dtatreylag
tweea K. C. Dearborn the preaeat laeamtoat. with the representatives 'of the home )' tile least patrons were wellpleased. gross also responded and with a Ua thirds tile delegation conceding tile their ships IB tile harbor that tile

and J. 8. Frederick who to company, will go to St. Louts, wherea Tk hot, sultry day was of bucket and blaokets assisted la rest to Hearst I garrison ft Port Arthur U endeavoring ..

tile surprts of many, received nor conference win be held with tile mad a day' of comfort ey tM mans saving a boOdlng tat a few feet ."' .1 I The Parker adherents say tile convention to dear the entrance of tile ....- I'

-vote* taaa either Merrltt or Dick !officials of the Klnlock Lone Distance who had Installed fans and they to- At times It aided that tile Ire fanned I today will Instruct for Parker ..... ship sent .. by tile Japanese

SnUtk. Mr. Frederick will prove a Telephone Company of that city. gin to realize that life was worth living. by tile stiff wind which was blowing I and adopt the Bait rule. and tank la the eh u....
for Mr. Dearborn The service began with twenty would catch this house To remove the obstruction
warm competitor The St. Louis conference, It la believed la spite of 1 It to said
aad*tto chances are that he will be I will be flnaL fans, th* rat. of which U. only ten aU resistance sad .efforts but the .....- that diver were ant down and Bat
FIGHTING AT ARTHUR.
PORT
to nest dark. cents per day per faa. Surely this men stack bravely to their duty andsucceeded I they placed dynamite under and abort

Gaa.. Butler cam very Bear wlaalact : THE CROP CONDITIQN8.I rateable enough, when the IB! keeping tk* fire out i St..IMar&I., 12.-Ramon firs tile ships. and succeeded. la blowing
the for I tax tat will comfort come to be considered, and Had this there widely current here that fighting.. Is hli .. enough cement al ..' .
nee ainaior. | Throughout th* greater portion of I building cangnt ay iuw> <* the
have Mr. C. L. Xlmlatea Manager Dole will BO doubt succeed doubtless have; bees 'I: progress at Port Arthur tat there toBO << to admit of the
a* a competitor the cotton belt th* week brougb lain fl- quite a conflagraUoa I. passage of tor-
In tto second- That Mr. Butler I I dent rala. resulting I. unfavorable IB Installing many fins within..the j as houses are thick la tile ..eiPI official news In _fIraatJoL The through tile channel. e s
aest.f"m to also I borbOOd. Russians are still holding NewChwang. .
r wta wilt sully there to a* doubt I conditions. TU early planted cotton -
11_ R. B. McLeadon and T. N. doing fairly well although some reports I several. motors Installed. The SOB 1 The ton will amount to about $300. i| NOT TRUE SATS PFLtTNG.

Gander win have the race for tax collector I lia state that some plants are dying. will operate Its machinery by motivepower. i;without any 1.lAIra_. Hundreds of .

and a* both are well known j The last seeded has not germinated Miller A VIdal will freeze people turned. out as It to the first fire NEW JAPANESE COMMANDER 'i' St. Petersburg. May 12.-General f
lee cream by electric power, and seven : London. May 12.-A dispatch from j jS"0l I[
sad have many friend the raN will and there remains a considerable at-re- the town baa bad In some time. pflnng telegraphs from Mukdea today
.. other place have under consideration describing the fight at Aaju adds!''that the
that
report New
to hadbeen
interesting Cowing
BB j I age to be planted. Light showers occurred I| While In tows Saturday Mr. W. H.
the broken lines
th* Installment or motors rot tt-at telegraph
J. f C. Barteskaw ha won as super*I. over a portion of the belt and Erwin, I In conservation with a Recordrepresentative > evacuated by the Rnnslaa. troop,
worked been .
Ttoor'of registration by a small ..-!were beneficial.As power. Manager Doif has stated repaired.General 11..1 and that tile troop guarding the railroad -
bard for the Inauguration of this service [ that this yearsIcrop HaraguchL, heretofore
to be
were withdraw
-jority. ; a rule, however the distribution | and their
of
I and It to hoped the people otGaI.M'III potato.at Hastings bad been sanding the Japanese troops IB the j
Dtmlck defeated Stonemaa for Stateemmmltteemaa BBS unsatisfactory. Corn to pushing I Very place taken by Chinese, U without
He
satisfactory. planted W
will show their appreciation Seoul district has assumed commandof
rote of ItS to 4M.hOrahao foaa by a rain Is much needed
forward slowly
: acres from which be will dig 2JS by patronizing the venture.Gainesville .- all Japajene troops south of the
defeated Socialist Satins
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King for the the early planted la thesouthern
crop: of spuds. H* stanea a force of Talu river.The .
by a rot of,O4 to &*'. thus giving portion of the State to la SUB.Hon twenty-five diggers to work on April .DOCKS BLOWN" I'P AT DAL.NT.
....'majority of 10*. _-
Tk aew County Democratic Executive -I taaMl Copious and fairly well distributed W. L Hanks clerk of the cir >j,14.work and by expects the! end they of this will'"finish'f'k. 1"00 the firemen of the paid fire d..rt-1 St. ..........bur.. Mar I*.-Viceroy Al-

Commute win be: i rala occurred over a portion of the'l II 'ienlt court, and candidate for renomination tatoes are BOW selling at $4 per barrel mea have Just received handsome exleff. telegraphs to the CUt that the
la today's primaries, died at badges with the compliments of a Russians have blown ducks
Dtotrlct up the and
I central and southern districts reviving I on the ground so that the neat
1-C. W. )len1 -. vegetables, melons, t'&II..d citrus !I the home of Henry RMxaraa. new little sum of 110,000 win tie receive number- of prominent citizens and they pier at Port Dalnv.
M. PowelL Brandon Saturday night The Trlb- appreciate the handsome gift highly. This presumably is to render
F it
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i traits. The weather was warmer at i{ I by Mr Erwla. Figure onv me expen..
... announced Sunday morning that Captain Wilfred Segul received aj t difficult for the
I.-Geo. W. Potter. : Bight during the latter part of tto1l i|attending pleating and cultivation Japanese to land at
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Mr. Hanks bad been atrickea with beautiful solid gold badge enameled
that point.
4.-R. H. Roreaa.LSecond l atal
week which was aa advantage to {| and a very substantial sum remains.Mr. .
Pnaal'1.LW. '1 apoplexy Just after a political speech ind lettered. The Inscription reads.
crops. More rala Is needed over tilt! Erwin and Mr. Eaten are partner '
W. SaelL I at Buckhorn Creek but death came "CapUla Paid Fire Department IS03. PRODl'CE IN QUANTITY.
entire StatehN'T la a 100-acre field of potatoes. 111111
7.John MaWkla.Oeo. I before th* paper went to press. Th The other member were printed
the remits not so asa
.- P. Bun. : BET ON RACES. ;news of his death, which reached are sattmactory with badges of silver with tile la- London. May 12.-Lloyds agent at
I Mr. Crwla's SO-arre field, a hand
i'W.. A. mar.Letter.. Atlanta. Oa., May 12.-By a decision Tampa Sunday morning caused treat I will I'Nllaed.-8L All of th* badge are very heavy and New Chwang telegraphs via Chefou

--'L- D. C I of th* Supreme Court of Georgia betting grief among his Intimate friend and I some profit Record. Augustine will stand considerable ronga usage that produce has arrived la great ,aan-

? n-W. J. ..... oa home racing la Atlanta or j general. regret amoac'tto ettlaena. B, but the mea will hardly expos them titles from up the river. New Chwnngto

12.-C. H. Klrkmaa. :;jla fact I. Georgia, to debarred. Solle- was generally. admired and his loss to Sat.rda-evening during the storm 'to possible lajury. The citizens contributed la perfect order and he doe not anticipate .

1J.-CL W. Hilt f fIt fltor Hill of the Supreme Court has I deeply deplored by all who knew him. It was reported from Dry Tortngaa to a fund for purchasing the any trouble ..r fighting fa that

-.J. C Holly.TJa made a long aDd stubborn fight again Mr. Hanks was elected clerk of tile hat tile wind obtained evrlonte velocity badges which are given as a token Yid lt,.

to tile tim* of cola to preas the betting OB race The dedatoa of the draft court la 1MO. and while to had doing about fort thousand of their appreciation of the servicesof

MatroBoU has received BO aatboritatrra Supreme Court was la tile ease of tile I bitter political eaemtoa, his general dollars damage to several large roai tile paid department AU of tto New Tort May It-Katun,. npeaedeasy.

laformatioa relative to the aatioaal. State ,.. th* Ponce d* Leon Commas conduct of the Important office was sheds recently erected there. The mea are proud of the gifts, and art May 1135. Ju n -. July 1351

eoacreaaloBal' and State vote alas Compaay. Chart Jones, aunager. ,sack as to wta and merit tk* esteem work had Just that morning beea ac appreciative of the sentiment which I' August 1220 September $. October

though prime advises state that Scatter The commission company dosed Ita and the respect of an who bad taat- cepted by the Government from UtetradOra. I prompted the act.-St. Augustine Record 1122. November. December 1122.Jaaaary .
.-Key West Advocate. .
Taliaferro win wta oat really la doors today. !I less there-Tampa Trtbua 1I2S offered.





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6XVERAL DIRKCTORT Abernethy. J. C. KlDC, H. UAshby For Member County Exaeuttv Ooo.
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STATE Cltn aaa. R. Lummua. J. E.Ark. Seat ofDeath SAMPLE BALLOT FOR mlttee for First Dtotriet. .

:- sea H. 1' LaSaU- A. 1. I c. W. MaPHXBSON.For '
w..r.ot-w. B Jonataci.Suraury .
ol DUio-H.C. Crsolora.feajpuWkirAloBa Brown W. Y. Lem... C. 0.Hush. I Member County Ezacmllv Gee
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C.Cramn.ST. McDonald ..
___._ V.BJMU.eralJ.B.Wklts. F. C. mltte for Second District .
.-, .* .M.of SunIlD" W. K. K&1aard. W. t..
ar.urw.d.at rwMle .-...uoeI -.'. I Partial List of thei] Candidates F. M. POWELL
Bylugtoa. E. T. Merritt Z. T. I "
le1r.s.s..s.er I O. E. KNIGHT.
.. Afrtmhwe-B.. C. K. Passer.I. IleUs.dst.M4.sSeraiJ. I BradJ.E. 1. Muller G. I Grttvsomt Record of a I
Member
be Cos
to Voted For in This for County Execullv *-
Bow .. TnutoM lalrraal i.....1.a4K.MThe Bailey B. K. )le).... f.... H. .
6.v.r.se t.H4nill... Trs.urermwkr ., Tlarbr Chair In an i mlttee for Third District.
.. Geserst sea C.asaluser oC 1411 I Budge. R. C. K-. Fred S. 1 -
at the
County '
Primary 1
... GEO. W. POTTER ,
.rr. Bross/er G. D. Moor*. T. V. : Ohio County Jail.
Boar .. lUaeatlon Tho Oo...ro.r. Meets W. I.
Mr7e1 BUM, Aliunry-o {aa.dest.d P.blle.sar.etlss.Lard For Member
County Execullve Committee -
4 lwuUss.-Tae wtasot.asrsv7 F. W. IIdODDoa. G. A.Blactmsa. I -1

: 4 slate 4, Tre.wrrr, Attars.74i.eerSi. sad ..spatd.a /. E. V. Net.. Edwia Jabt.tI.y LtfthUo of Many for Fourth District.R. j
O.wasru..a Aates.stS
..- sd hbUe 1__ Chains W. H. Peck R. J. Crl"MolI-HOfJI a TritentrHtt I H. 'ROSS&AI:.
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a Aww..7.seral aM ._....._ I Cohen L Prout. W. W. J'lv-i.tI Daalhj For Member County Exacnllv Cool ,.
,-...... B. 1. I For the Information of the Democratic I mlttee for Fifth District
J. H. Patterson j 'no'4
Cheatham 7Jnra.yal.
III&I.e ... .&-L L Loss.avtEIME .
voters of the county a sample
I Conrad J. A. Parria. Allan R. I J. S. 8CNDAT.T '
: COl'"aT laxU ballot la printed below, containing a
j Croal&Dd. J. G. RlIodee. a. W. I I J. HAYGOOD. .

L r.TVI..Ch1eiJu.tle.. I' Clark. P. C. Ro.. C. J There was remover) rerently from uartlal lUt of the candidate to bed Yot. For Member County Execollv Com- ':!:
r. B.Carver, AMoetau( J.anw the barter stop at the counts jail In for at the coming primary.
Jwtfe. mltwe for Sixth
A H. Makry. Amrnii Drake. Gutofa RmLIly J. B. District
Ur.salealss 1. 557.1154 .axle "aIe Cincinnati a chair that bad a net d add
There will be other name to as
or wpaaa i Court Joa.. should w........4 Douglas E. B. Rub. Dr. W. B. of grrwsonjeueixi UD'..ralU-l.. .
M TtTsssaae. the time doe not expire nntll April I.
U. L HARDT.
Don J. K. R..p
Pl.V. fifty years it bad been In use n
B. KUUTU1ARM. Erwin W. W. Ranlerstm c. H. the shop and many who sat In It *r Zl.t In which candidates may qualify For For Member Couaty ExocuUv Committee

... .Ia.>>e r.Tal1Ialen'e.J.ulllL. Babe, Dr. G. Ramp, 0.0.Frlwil their last shave knew that when ti.ey and bare their name pat on the ballot for Seventh District

-.-n alItluirT,I...-... G. c. Baroni. 1. B. left It. seat they .
U.nrstOtatrM.L CDkYEKRRAE1. Flanagan. R. s. .weU E. G. march to the fallow he lectio will be mare than twice M JOHN Kt7U.IXIN.r. .

( &lie Lad o..a J'recIenet. 1. B. Saulb J. G.P'Iau. The exact year of its birth Is unknown long aa this one aa here are to be role For Member County Executive Committee a

_-.&. .. aa1abe5edsa u. bat It was the handiwork of between each name and blank lines ,
J. S1tlaer. (0. r.
5s.s.a Ua.-Ne-Yw *. K apsrksiuEAILKOAU for Eighth District.
..... Ger1.Iek. A. P. 8alt Julius ene Jacques F<
Girtmaa. Jam" Voters... begin practicing on mark-
CUMMUBtUB'gaa.M StoIa.m. F. B. For Member County Exocullv Committee
oomph. C.0. R. Sulzer A. E. lag a eroea mark (X) before the name
L Lnwse, W.*. Ckkl..... for Ninth District
L L Ben. :2 w.O. 1 GaU.r T. N. Shanahan M.Gradam. of be candidate for which they win W. A. FILER.

t.G _aa__ iadw.. CMrk. B. 8e-n. John wtah to Yote. For For Member County Executive Committee

....... eta aM .- .. dMI....... a GutUa4- C. R. .,..r. R. H.Gramling. for Tenth District

-- J. C. lawtaIIL I. P..Uatt. .
: S.L.PAT1 : .
.HNlMloga. r. Shaw. H. B. For ITalted State SenatorWILKINSON -
C D. LEFFLER.
.... .. "0,. IIIaaI.aU4Na Oastl.r. R. B. TDJIor. R. RGrimag CALL. For For .....
Y Member County ExecvJtv Ce.he
1ft. lIITalcr. A. JL Threats, 1. L a WILLIAM .. JENNINGS.
mitts for Eleventh District
.tBS..dss .....sJd. sad Do4 Coaauss. GIrtaaa, w. IL Tatam B. B. J. N. C. STOCKTON, J. r. BURTESHAW.W. .

Hays J. H. Tataa. J. H. .
... a.E. Iaok*. him ..a.h. JAMES P. TALIAFERRO.For J. SHONE.
HID. 1. LRanter.
:OLDS corm au&Uan.TlVL For For Member County Execnftv Om-
J. G. Watson. C. H.
RepreaeataUre to Congreaa-Second
,.shun w. Llag. fuUsr&P mutes for Twelfth District
Hill William. Whortoa. F. H. Coagreealonal DUtrtetJ. -
: E. H.
DADS COCJTTT Omcss&Carty Hethertngton. )(. r.W'kIte. E. L. II:. ALEXANDER. KIRKMAN. .

J4A11 E....,... ._i. Heyner. A. E. Wall T. A. J. K. BARBS.FRANK Member County Executive Cue
aMvMT-J T.S..s.rs 1rla.I.I1.ek .
mtttee
for
Ow.ty For Thirteenth District
M Olfonat C.wt aa4 Ls.sd.t.I Ds.. Hall W. W. Whaler H. T.HaU. CLARK
X'L C. .-.-, __ F. W. WorIe O. A. c. W. HILL
oYt.5 ,.
..ert-..... CHARLES: DOUGHERTY. .
......a Taass-Tkos.4. ....... C... Hughes W. D. Wilson J. LHorser W. P. WATSON. : .. Member County Executive Commlttee "
J. W. Woodworth. J. F. for Fourteenth District$
i of Tsseo-B. M.talta." Miami.trm .
c. ....... .. Joa... )(. E. Wilson, R. & J. C. HOLLY.

"-MY- .Y..en1I&.hna a.p.rts.4.a TlBans' -_MP Ua IsSi... Kolb A. J. Xlmaal. c. L.atoaxai r. Co n-ila G. W. 1t1U..lV IN.

of Ooontr C..IM.SS. ... W T.R. ....- For Justice of the Peace Secondtrlet. DIS-
i Won .... B. rk; P. C.
aLr5st. JC.U..a. L .eDeMW. ,.... F. TAYLOR .
Jabs.weII. SlisslL 4. Bkkbir. Coe.ssS .. TtrM *o4tv. Tosaau a E. L. Ker ABUY.
Move: L O. Doartom. Clerk... sailor ot White Texaa Is still la Its frontier
BMf.hUaaU.tttcnr For satires of Supreme Court (Tot JmUre at the Pwea Tkard OMrttL
In .
stage many respects yet BOSSISSMage.
or strtyrH JCDICIAI.ClaVCOIT. for three} R. J. CHILUNGWORTH.
OOCBT
a. men reckoaj tint W* are for
ably reminded of this by the death ef R. a. COCKRELL Justice of the Peace Ninth District.
IElahaeel.s DW..apes e+ss I .)
William Thomas Byer. the Brat whit T. M. 8HACKLEFORD. For .
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stew J541-...L M. Tieufls.
rimmM AUoraey-J. a Bain.Urtaaas chfld bon In Steppes Aostla' catony. J. 9. WHTTFIELD.: H. II:. WOODALLj

Ckn*ot CMn-K.*<01n HCoutcMfM C DosrursTBiasM.rKUTwm >MrinBiMaar San Felipe. H. passed away at Usage .. Juetire of the Peace Tenth District .

,cfiOT P.*rth H.*MnbOT.Monna of seventy-eiglit For more this '
-L' For GennQP-
;Tsrm on fir : altar rowtkoaaf hree-qoarten of a century thereto**
If* A. laasfll.DADg. N. B. BROWARD. For W. S. HILL.
has Tests been apes the active Ra,.
'k COtTSTT OOCaT. of the worlds political endeavor. Soon C. M. BROWN. J C. CRAMUNO.

.-,"__....- It.. &,.r. ....L almost before we expect' It. the RaW R W. DAVIS. I Jwtlce of the Peace Thirteenth
r ryd .T..laaL 1
rMMtsg.r.rlM Meaday: Ja-ssry. win have reached the crntnry mark e< D. H. MATS.I District

=7'.a-fled Mw4r AL. Its existence as a breeding ground fet au..W"'Y.DaDAJTrAftJI.. H. J. BCRKHART.

i itwnnMrTsn Twa-FInl--nrat MwSay OrMber.O. la 5nlyftU Bherty.-Fort Worth Register. Uaa croak who was Impriaooed In I I Fir Seevetar ofeat.e= Constable for Second District
....
iAIDOFTICLGALASSYiLLLR. 1M3. later was assigned aa barber ... .. .
...
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et the prison ..1.H. ... _.uv ._ ALLEN HENDERSON.

I W.. LAabh W. __.,..5.5.11... BfMer.CHCICH '. ''I, A THOUGHTFUL MAN. seemed as U fate bad decreed that I C CRAWFORD For Constable for Thrd District

DIKgCTURTAresutO I M. M. Austin, of Winchester, nd, the crook's handiwork should be U B F. KIRK. H. A. CARLISLE.=

ssT.STUaf5. sad Tla ..er5etrr..es.a : knew what to do In the hour of seed keeping with the tuUdeeds of Us life RIBERT HANONG.

= ".... HIO>IO| at 11 .Vloti I I His wife bad such an unusual case of for It .bet*a by claiming Frrrand blur I Far Attorney General c"1 FRANK CARLISLE
Ft fr ...
Pads at is < nr k: bptlrt Y .
......,a V.... M i ...aweeseds7 Prayer_...eve. stomach and liver trouble physicianscould self as tbe Bret victim wboae blood| W. H. ELLIS. C. P. METCALF.
slake at 7i AS see e.rdlslly I. stained tile death chair. Ferrari was i
154. .. t.etsTos. Pastor.M not help her. He titoogM ot shot white trying to escape, and be A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAX3. For Constable for Tenth District.

Stts5lw ....... 1IOt7.. garner. Aarer and tried Dr. King's New Lite Pills I died In the chair. 'I :; G. L. CHANDLER '
Pra, ..alas ...._ I
_C aM w -.. and she got relief at once and was Wben the old prlroa t* a For Comptroller L. M. NICHOLSON.CCRES
any.41:1 .. M.; an .aj s>s c M ISs.ni gave way || .
..1t-B I Anally cured. Only 2Sc.. at all drugWhen nxMl.m structure tbe old chair wastrmneferml "i A. C CROOM.Far .
I
rauor. .-eta to the sew prJAmoa.. COUGHS AND .

s: .. (.owtBrn. Oeaer As.* C snj 111rrvoeklaa the lint to make additional history fo State. Treasurer Mrs. C. Peterson r.I Lake St, To-

a &__ s* II o'r*. s a. m. HuMS .< the, death chair In the new Jail was For I Kaosas. "Of all the
She Kan. W. V. KNOTT says: i cough
.. 7 d.
r.d es .. ; rYoarhlns at s m. Three Fingered Jack" who was ar i
s'_" | nr S:\11.. M.. "....... Kpwortl It w,- one of Gardiner' chool-<< rested for murder. While be was be-1 I J Ballards Horeboond 8rr9

:. = 5.t.ebs'* t *TBf k.*At)**sie******.hjuiij1. tna'am, and the .cU.s wa away lag shaved la the death chair a mob : For Slate Superintendent of Public In- my favorite; It has don and wtD

L.a. Mvm.ra.iarTsae. down in the first grade; where the broke Into tbe Jail and palled him froiu stnstnea_ all that la claimed for It-to speed

C.I'..... P. a.. 4....... B sad ..kmixlar little tots reign supreme. The teach. : tbe chair while his face was still COTered W. R HOLLOWAY For care an coughs and mMs snd It ta
.- mis* rrmj c. II o nrki anas}
"sett M. m gtmloa Prayer t J*; W 4n*> er ua trying to explain to the little with lather a ad killed hint. W. N. 8HEA TS. sweet and pleasant to the taetsT
..7..Malt ,:II. Holy gmnailst. **ery sew :1 The stellar role which the dead
the "The 5ne
ta Slid sad tklri l tumJmvft girl sentence, boy runs. $1.80 I bottle Bold by Red
...,.. fclver asd eessad asd Psrtb at c.- 1 "What is the meaning of the chair was to play was still t* com*, Pharmacy.
... .-at.. ..BL K. L rvujta. Bertar. however. During tile war there was i For CbamMoner ft Aar\eWltare-
cord run ? asked the INcher"non't ._
hn...... 1Y1 _ro>< sa4 4..... 4'ir. received at the Jail on the trivial rbarg I B. E. MeUN. -
.e ...........?....*..... .mtag at II a elors. : knosr. raid the pupil.'You're aa old man "to seemed suffering from
sea every_., tee? /". I I A High Class Ceffvtct.A
when
Si, :! r not walking you'rerunning tbe last staves of eonsumptio HM For tUllroexl Coaunlnelorer ...

r..nml BCISBTS .......nY. a..tI at Mro.1 ." said the teacher. )all was wIthout a barber at the time I 1 a L. MORGAN. I r i' j mmiMtr .... in the '-,>nrl jail

i A P. C.rrf..a< rortora a... sad Bay hOpe." sod the old man was assigned .. be I : i talk with th* p"--.
_.. 1Iooa4a"
a: s* w erorv 1
1! "Well what do you do when you Jail barber. ia km.l Itearted olj ; :uk man.I.n. .
For Adjwtant-Cenefal
r MIAMI BOARD. OF TRADE 1I I I run?" He bad little to say either t. prisoners .! lie ...miJer J about rltahRg'

-; I "1 tumble down." piped the .r the Jail officials, and be seined J. C. R. FOSTER! For I with! the tiulortn.ate at the
op
,.......,,1; WU"= M ...... bent with tile weight er woe andymn. ALLEN THOMAS.
T. V. Moor. girL and the teacher sternly said lime riving each a annl, of
First Vse-Pr5ddast. I H* was registered so the print
........ Yk*-Pr siJast. J. t Uunmi "Next. Kennebec Journal.A slate as PhlUp WorrelL One ef the For State Cbemint : : !1 I ur'.L! ;*
Beav+ tvP. K. V. Bteeknmn.TissSMtsr. : fin.: ;i\ tilt rl"a..t..r; : rtawl l thsT
Maadlrs- of tbe at that
Queen City
B. B. TaRa GRLAT SENSATION. time was ""Haudaame er "Billy 'j R. E. ROSSFor I II I I tii-r.1 10 nit there/ he f. :ats.i a
W. M Bro_. "
.t Oovsraars
Board I : mooing wnrk; a-: tine
the 1I..DIe. as be was variouslycalled. I ) ; some
T V. Moor J. B. t.a_ A. E. H.yort. There was a big sensation IB Leeaville 1 Presidential Electors F,'r ,
He was a professional "IadlItUIet" &:! ':. Ai: \b C'Ls. ...: luiu--
i. B. .....,. F. W. Hake W. W. lad. when W. H. Brown of that 'I .
H. B. BAILEY.
John .ewsii.STANDING and a Ubf'I'tlae.Dd betrayer .. i tfr s C*:(M 't'' wSr! he vi.. Wft-:-
!'r" '. I
"': place who was expected to die, had '
cXMITTESI.LAWSAar I well One day "Handamne RIDy" escorted T. A. JENNINGS. on that d..!. The darkv re-

W. R ; Pat or.m. L L: I his life saved by Dr. King's New Discovery a party ef his lady friends tc I 1 J. B. C KOONCE tbat the work had l to Iw d.tI\J]

..,..... Jams T.; --. K. R; tor Consumption. He writes: the Jail and they were shows through. i I A. B. NEWTON nd be though; IKTO 11.1) Jo r. .bca

Wrtoy.'O. A.BRILGBIBallet.. I -I endured Insufferable agoaiea from the barber shop la a spirit ef banteeoe F. B. 8TONEMAN.For .
B. M: 1IadI... TW \sthma. but your New Discovery gave ef the bMliea daredHandmse For had a pxxl I ojj!srtunity."llow "

S Hahn. F. W.s Rose. C. J.; Frederick, Billyto submit to a shave by the long will you i* here?
relief thereafter
i L I me Immediate and soon" prlaun barber. Accepting the challenge : Delegate at Large National Caiventlon the man in ministerial jrsrb.

HBALTH AND ANITART-Jackeon. ,' effected a complete cure. Similar Billy vaulted Into the chair saylnn.Come I I "Well. I dunnn. hew," replied the *

i VL 11'; rvout. W. W.; Bnloa. UOMpto cures of consumption pneumonia on. oM man and give ea the T J. APPLETARD. man continuing his work.

: "--P" R. S.; Kta* S-Uar.Mld.. H. M. bronchitis and grip are numerous. beat l IIJ'''' got" TIle priaoa barber I \\.. J. HILLMAN. I: mlto you think it will be long?*
"
RIVERS AND HARB Its the PMl'IcIey for all throat bad been'sealed la tbe comer ef bitsbop. Fnr *
CLAfDB LGNGLE. Xo I not bo*..
maa. H- Rwnph Kdiar C.: Tatnm.V .1 RUM .
: dieor.
-jBanahan at.RAfLROAXi and tang t-vnblea. Price He and tl.*. Sal It was "ly mechanically I A. P. JORDAX "Are you eninj time fpr
that be the command f tilt |
obeyed *
an "
Guaranteed by druggists. Trial
AND FREIOHTaDrsdr. I JOHN & BEARD. conduct
stranger. blow...'. while Worrell.. |
BS. U: Lonsv. C. n; Ln> s- Sottl free T. E. The darky drew himself taI
&: ....... Wm. W.. UcDonaM. J. A. rubbing the btbrr en the stranger be BRYAN ep
,OHARITIEB-BrliigtoB. T. T.: Cnemtkanx was sera ta start. W. J. BRYAN. I I full height and replied with

J. H.: DeooIIIaL L B.: Ga t or. T. : ... no- .......... Mh.. ...., The awl ..... rwrtlnued to rub la the C. A. CARSON.CLBON For .. rat.'. dignity: "\o, sah. r..

V x --' .' C. I. One *f the most peculiar arctic expfditioas lather until the stranger's beard was A. STEPHENS. common criminaL rze. higa-

AORlCCI.TCaS.-Blaeha.Bn. K. T.; ever planned to that of I>r. J ready for the ra..... This tile barber .y rot.ber.-Pittbufl; Prw

Mara F. U Tmtrnm. 1. H.; OrtBUg.. A.Y Charcot. whe will sail ea May U frvu.8t ItI'tJItPf' with parttrutar care after
i Male France. .. a specially IMMH For Delecatea National ConventionSecond _
-Dora. JK.PBU which be
| cave Billy a fairly goodhave.
.. ........
(.. BUlLDIJCOanY..; ahb The expedition Is .also to be aa Jest as the bsruer removed the Congmaional DfttrlctP. tweesae s.

....... H. CL: Ratar. I. B.: fewSl.5Ob ter the auspices */ the Pasteur lasu last dab of lather be flared his hand L. \IXDEN Mr. Phooograpa ..utMutI-.., Pee
For )( ., me n tan*. Miss PhenegrsphT
: Whaler. H. T.KANVFACTIIREFr.w.1.. .I tot* acid tile MBavam ef Natural bile an "HandMHe ". ..,,'.- bewl ..... pull- D. N. BA BATCHELOR.
Otou C.; llevstthat I Miss Pnonograph (bashfulty am
., Part Ur. charter b>
tory tag It bark drew his rasnr arus tbe i iarraar. T. !t. ANDERSON
> deer T. V.: Conrad J. A.! Rlod.. R. tile study ef bacteriology may I b> I "."'. Berk alBwsl severing\ hl. '7 sorry but I cannot play without
J.
E. T. BOWDENFi .
J. B. I records.-Philadelphia Ledger.
SMMT
: aided greatly by analysis of air aBd | .
M : beteL Nrt a in.l eaivped Worrell.but I II |
SDtJCATION.u-- water to the ..-r ratios ..... tore I his Mke hall ef nrel Fur )( '
W. OMrttsr. ........ B.tMe. eyes eeui' I I A DANDY >XR Bl'R..S.Dr.
R* W. : I alt by examination .f tile 'I.tr<r Members Lam: State
A. U BaaolVr. J. 0 ; "... ', n* he gated m .-..- Billy's' at Committer I
: mlcivbea. I, CerglB. Elgin. ML, write: 1
.f aalmale far "primary4 '
polar I
lifeblood spurting in the air. Whettbe -
f.....: sTolB. A. J.IstmORATIOHBlaehnian I '
". used' Ballard Snow Tlalmsnt
E. T. I which ar aa abundant IB warmer rxritement was ever and Billy ha< (Vote for Thirteen.) : For )( :

Man F. ... 1st... J. H. Dom. J. K. temperate latlttlll_ A PrefeesiMt bee. restated Ness the death chair s R. B. GARNETT.W. ", recommended to my friend

*W..*.BBT. T. W. via. it ms. disputes the .sl<<.... ,...... Worrell was condemned to solitary W. ; I am conBdent there la 110
FARMER
vrArNMrNT..Rhodea.. R. W.: of the polar aUcrobe. tad Dr. Chance; eentnement pending his trial for : .... 'It 1* a dandy for burns. n..J

B.Bg. *. H. C: Ga"....... C. H-; to going up Berth t. tad eat an about I murder. TVen It was that he confessed : ar a L. BAHL. i, live on farms are especially liable

f B.: ...... 3.M.ADOTwt.a. 1tef11r'1 microbes wtthte tile froaea BOO*. Sdence t. sae s/ tile Jail guard that B.N.MATHES.D. I
B. B.: eught w be benefited by such ..' he remcnlaed m "Handsome Billy" the I U. FLETCHER.N. For j many accidental cuts buns, bruise

'1'.; Btaek-aa. ....... be heal rapidly when BaQarra
J' .-., FSa.aplagb.s expedlttoov Or. Cbarcet Betrayer ef hto daughter. WertvU folhtwed A. BUTCH I
tt.'v:j HethsftagasBv M. F. able t* settle forever the .ujeatlo* the man an ever the country.hot K. B. RACLERSaV Liniment to appI.... It should

,TB .. 111& ut BHaHiru. BvmMrtBCIT. whether pews .vr have caU north host track or him sad had not seasihtm W.: M. i ..,. be kept a the house for .....

, ..tytAia an as IQDIrn' : et *r tear the arctic cem..1aIk. ..-Bprumgeld for years when.fate ......t 1k.es. MILTON JR. emergency." Se. ides-$LN bottle
J. H Jr. I .. ... J. M. LAMAS For .. I
: ATOM B. JackaoB .. tanttber. .1 j H. L. DODD. sale .,. Red cress Phntir .." .

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a certificate of exemption for the two data for the ..&.. ef Clerk ef.the Car- INSPECTORS APPOINTED.The .

OfFICIAl cult court, subject to the actioa ef UMDonMKratle
CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION year -
party. Pray sloftloa Mal
PAYMENT OF POLL:
TAXES. IS, 11M. .meeting wa called to order ky ,

i -- In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. 8. FREDERICK.FOR Chairman Filer la the city hall M.jU.
professions
primary election on May 10th or June Fla.. at J p. m.. April 11, 1904.
t Rules and Refutations to Govern the Primary to be Held MayI
7. 1904 poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 TAX COI.LECTOR. The following members wen present

I 10th and June 7th 1904, in Dade County. must be paid on or before S o'clock P. I hereby announce myself a candidate In person or by proxy: -. Johns

M. Friday. April 29. 1904 (ten day before for the office of tax collector oti Jones Potter Lymaa. King. Bui.

I, the first primary election. i Dade County, subject to the action ofi Filer. Bnrteahaw aDd Klrkmaa.

Putt z.oa aL 't= ig- | A meeting of the County Democrat law; and shall at once forward the I I I the,coming Democratic primary.dw Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected

AT LAW. Executive Committee for Dade count;. I returns to the Chairman of the County .: NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. T. N. OAUT1ER. acting secretary.The .

ATTORNEYS I Florida .a* held at Miami. Florid Executive Committee. I minute of the last meeting wen
j Notice I* hereby given that the Registration .
BUM SB* red rsl The assessment to be paid by the I FOR STATES
WUl prsede la an eoarts on the 11th day of April A. D. 1HM ATTORNET. read and approved.
orrtoettSiTUios. Book of Dad County tot
apsdslt.eritd..f.r.a.atainusd pursuant to .JjounmeDt. varto4i candidate shall be a* follow: ., I I hereby respectfully announce myself The call lor primary *a. amen-led

p...O.11ox. s7.. Mla... Fla. | The following amended call for I a I Representative ....... ........ III 001 I t the primary will be election to be held Hay 10., as a candidate for the once of ,i I u follow:

primary election wa adopted. to-wlt: Senator ...... ..... ........... 15 00 1904 opened la the several State's Attorney of the Seventh Judicial See official call oa third page.

Notice ii hereby given that then Sheriff ... ..... ... ... ...'.. 35 00 election districts of Dad county Flor I Circuit subject to the rote of I A motion was mad by Mr. Kirkmaa
D T. 8IA&G8. TL 0. ida. on the 29th day of MArch. A. D. .
w ill be a Democratic Primary Eelee- ,, Clerk of the Circuit Court..... 30 M the Democratic prima,. to nominate county commlasioaen

OlIN wH ... Ciooi ntrmtej.lnoiiiioi Uon held In the several election dltricti Tax Assessor .s...... 20 00 I 1904. and will be closed on the 2Cth dw CECIL O. BOTT. and members of the school baud by

ncoroira of Dade county Florida, on lay: I Tax Collector .........,....... 2S 00 I day of April A. D. 1904. districts. Sam wa* defeated by a

** C 11(>h., 1904. and If necessary on Jan< County Treasurer ............. 20 00 Tba following persons an hereby FOR COUNTY IICHOOL gtlrsRDr2'sN- vote of t to S. .

MlAhtl. FLORIDA.DL :lb./1**, for the nomination of al County Judge ................. IS 00 appolutrd l'utl i-d.irjttonfinrri DENT. A communication from a meeting
candidates SlAte and coun ir tI.. *.ve O f .r.i-.s district, to- I honby aaaeuaee .,.." a esasidatefor candidate held la Miami May 10 1M4.
JACUOl' J1<., Democratic County Attorney .............. 1000 'I BupertetoBdeat of ....... botnetioa
J. M. ty. to be Toted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction wit; of Dade County subject .. the wm el was read and discussed by various candidate

OFT1C1: electors at th. General Election to beheld ...... ........... 500 ,i Number One. Stuart-W. G. Parka. the voters as nay be ia_issit at the befpre the committee. naau,.

HOTEL BI CAYX BLOCK, A va. D. | November 8th 1XH. and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... 00Supervisor Number Two. Jupiter R. E. L. Me- appte.cking Deseostie pdsuy eIeetSIoa. the following inspectors, clerks sad

by the Democratic Governor of Registration.... I 00 I Farland. dw >< K..KALI polling place wen decided upon for

MLUCL FLOBIDA.QR of the State between the date of hold Member of County School: B'rd. 1 00 I Number Three West Palm Beach Miami Fla. the following precincts.Na

W. B. RUSH ,1!lag such primary election and the bolding Justice of the Peace......... 1 00 E. H. Dtmlck. FOrt TAX-ASSESSOR.I 1-Inspector*, Geo. McPhenan.
election A. D. IKK. Ernest Stypman, J. M. Eaala dart
of the primary Constable ..................... 1 00 : Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) hereby ..- myself a* a ;
Office JS-12tb stre.'Phone t4.B and of a Democratic candidate tot Cullen Pence. I I H. W. Heaaey; polling place store at
and Accuse County Fish and Game Warden 1 00 i i CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR oi
Weac .10th Btrert I United States Senator to be voted for Number Five. Delray-H. J. Sterling. Mia Walter Kltehlng. :
All candidate are required to file a Dad County subject to the action of .
LToneTslLYIAl4IFLA.. by the Democratic members of the Leg- written application to have his name Number Six, Pompaao:. Cavender. the Democratic primary. No. I-IDlpectora,. B. Edwards J. a

: Ulatore of the State o /Florida, at Its Number Seven Fort Lauderdale-W. Ular. Henry Brooker; clerk E. c. Miller -
appear upon the official ballot on d C. L. XIMANIES.FOR .
F. W. BACKUS.Tlr. session In A. D. 1905. M. Marshall ; polling place. school house.
blank furnished by the Committee.
.> t-i I'i- be I No. Inspectors.. H. L.
The following officers are to nom HOUer. U
accompanied with the fee above set Number Eight Ofra-J. W. Ire*. .
Haa..Sp eiBcaU..* sad Details lIade- inated at said primary election to-mlt:: I STATE SENATOR. W. Bnrkhardt. N. H. BUtch: dark J
of All Kind., Fine i, forth with S. L. Patterson Secretary I'I'i Number Nine, Lemon City-Warn* i I f
BulldiBn i hereby caadli
for 1 United State Senator. announce myself as a W. Comstock; polling plan cia
Speelaltj. '! of the Democratic Executive Mitchell.
County
a
Residence Representative in Congress. Second i date for State Senator rrtHB the Thirteenth house.
1315. Arian D. :1 'Committee on or before the 21st day Number Ten. lI.ml-C. D Leffler. i
Orrice. : Congressional District Senatorial DMrict Of Florida. I Na,4-Inspector*,. W. H. Co.. C. A.
of April. A. D. 1904. Number Eleven, Cocoanut Grove
1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the I I subject to the wm of the Democrat Mall. J_ Daagbtry; clerk CaSes
This April llth. 1904. A. T. Carter. Ji
L Z. cASS full term of six ,Al'L A. I party to be expressed at the primary Pence; polling place, school ..,...
DL W. Flier Number Twelve. CatJer-D.c.Bro'W1L I.
1 Jostlces of the Supreme Court. I Attest Chairman. election May 10. 1904.I No. t- Inspector. J. tr. Chamber, ,
: Number
I Thirteen Silver Palm-C.
DENTIST. 1 Governor. I I F. M HUDSON.Tbtala.Fla.. i I. B. Taylor T. M. McRae; tat H.
George P. Bull.
0.e*la Wat.. aslldtag. sash...( .or.er ..tAm. 1 Secretary of State. I W. HilL i P. Hodges; polling place, school_
.. D sate IRk- j Secret.pro tem. Number Fourteen Dee:1l4ld-G. W. ,
No. (Inspector,. Z. Oareader. Jn
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1 Attorney-General.
FLOIBDA. | QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. 'Sullivan.Thl I 1
MIAMI. Umstead. R. r. Saxon
clerk W.
; &
1 Comptroller. FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNEY.I "
i I First Primary-Tuesday. May 10. ,
March 12. Casaela .
; polling place Harde.* ....
1904.A. I
1 Treasurer. 1904. hereby announce myself a* ; candidate -

Home S< Supervisor Registration. Dade Co. FU. I[ BraekveU.. D. O'Neal; clerk Frank r
1904.I T'I for Dad county subject to the
I Stranahaa polllag Straaahaa'1
; place
of Agriculture. approaching Democratic primary election. I
Commissioner
.will find interest 1 '
Yo it to your I I General Election-Tuesday November I new baIL -'

to call on me before investing: 1 Railroad Commissioner. a. 1904. CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. \ H. F. ATKINSON. i! No. L-I..pectora, H. Padgett. J. r. |
Furnished houses and rooms to 1 Adjutant-General. I I; ; Miami FU.
iD real ute. The registration book for the primary Newly J. W. Ire; clerk R. Cot rse;
rent Real bargains ? 1 State Chemist I -
taxes. election will be opened la each polling place. school bone t
and cotintry. Insurance Circuit Court. Seventh I I 1 FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.I .
city 1 Judge of the AaB unro sai* win be Inserted m the
collections, etc., attested to. I election district la this county on No. Inspectors... J. S. Pardaa. 4.w.Cromartl. .
: Judicial Circuit I Dally sad weekly Metropolis for tea dot- .
bare a apecial license anthonxin.trana- .1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial March 2*. 1904. and will be kept opea Ian.- er .. either odlOoo for flve dollar hereby announce myself as a candidate .. J. S. Peters; clerk J. E.Peadletoa .

me to prepare all kinds lefal every day. Sunday _pterI. until the Candidates for Couatc..fI.... I ; polling place, school boa**
Low fees. for Justice of the Peace In Die- i.1I
fera oV real eatate Circuit 26th day of April 1904. at which Urn I and ambers of the school board will bet No. It-IDIJectorI,. L. A, Oaborm. J.
s strict No. 10. and respectfully ask the I
Prompt atteDtioa. Prosecuting. Attorney. ....4t.d _bait thOM a.mMinta.No I M.
Burdlae. Frank Jaadoa dark ht .
'they will be dosedThe I ; R.Kellam
CARROLL. i
C. C. State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial satosemeat Inserted until paid support of the voters la said district
1 :
Notary Public I registration book will not be I tor I d. William S. HILL ; polling place., city halt )

*ECO D at District 1 No. IBipecton., Jackson Pea
fs. st i. D. sun reopened for the second primary alecUon ----. -
I House of Representative .
of the
Member
1 ,
cock John McKinsle J. W. '
I | i rott COUNTY TREABURXR.To I hereby announce myself a candidate Galloway; '
I *. !clerk Fletcher 1
R8llah1eGr.ds.r. AU persons may register who are : for re-election as Justice of the Albury: polling place ;
1 County Judge. I' I the DomoenOe Voters of Dade C.j ... Old Hard. houaae -
.
Optician citizens. whether they have'paid their : I Peace in this the 10th district A* I '-'
I 1 Sheriff. j i t-. Florida: No. II-Imwr+Ti. .\ fnn- J. *
W.CMAYNARD.aw.n. Circuit Court. poD taxes or not; but they cannot vote I hereby announce atroslf a madias, am now serving In this capacity I .
1 Clerk of the Geo.
SUaehoueer. W. J. Sderk.
.Jr. tl.roevoa\e : unless their poll taxes which may be i''tor I ...-election to the emoe of Treasurer would appreciate an endorsement In I Dougherty; '
1 County Assessor of Taxes. Geo. W. Mood .. i*
polling
j 'of Dart County Florida subject to the ; pi* *,
legally due are paid a* prodded b- accordance with the Democratic principles I
(tluses; iemtilT! 1 Fttfei: 1 Tax Collector. I I' win of a majority of the Demooratts of Brows ft Hoodie' wuebNo. -. ,.t
law. returning ear a second term
lttdel, DeW, Jewelerj.it 1 County Superintendent of Public In- I, voter, as w 1H bo Up"rmiil hi the Post ll-lD'pectora, Henry Goaiaaa. ,
: POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. ocrmtle primary, May M. ISM. : an incumbent who ha* satisfactorily *
ruction. i i Ernest Mall Will 4Dde.den.. C.
I Payment of poll taxes for 1M2 and i C. H. RACI.KRBON.dw Dlled the offlce. t.. .
1 Surveyor. I 14 W. Hill; polling place school hooM
MCDONALD [ 1903>> I. a prerequisite to voting at all ,, Miami Fla. John C. GramllDc.I .
L. *
GEO. 1 County Treasurer.S I No. Inspectors.. J. W. Saxon. W. ',,

QrQEiflittr County Commissioners. election this year.EXEMPTIONS.. I 1 A. E. HKT8ER.: I FOR STATE SENATE.I E. Blaaton. W. H. Sistmnk; clerk J. ."*;

..r..vi.g and ..L4I.I4i.S L..4. a ..w.aity Members of the County Board of ,Candidate for hereby announce my caaddary for C. Holly; polllag place school bou.. _

COCOANUT GROVL FLA. Public Instruction. The following conditions exempt !! dw County Judge. I State Senator from the Thirteenth I It was moved aid carried that aamea aI

1 Justice of the Peace la and for Districts -person from the payment, of capita-I i Senatorial District of Florida subjectto .I lof candidate for members of the fOIISI *

Noa. 1. Z. S. 4. i. C, 7. S, 8. Uoa or poll taxes: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.The the will of the Democrats of Bnrard I ty executive committee be placed oa \\
DANN. First-Any one who has lost a limb i, many friend and supporters of the regular ballot. i*
J. A. 10. 11. 12 and U. and Dadecouatle to be expressed at

1 Constable !. and for Districts Not. ( la battle.. I'I'j the present members of the Board of the primary election May 10th. 1904. It 1IU also moved and carried that -..;'v
.
....J ,' Ir.......M_a r.airfhsrs I' 1. 2. S. 4. 5. .. 7. 3. I. 10. 11. 12 j Second-Any one who was EJ year* i County Commissioners for Dad M. Seabrook Sams, candidate for game warden be placed koa -

...F-. N IFc. liar t.tia.iM and U.S .' I of age oa or before December 31. 1901. county have prevailed upon them to Courtenay. Erevan Co.. Fla. the regular ballot and the can II'J j

w I Presidential Electors Third-Any one becoming of ace (21 stand for re-election, and hereby pros'seat dates for said offlre be assessed )1 '.tMr .

Ctr. -....--. Mjornn i ilOUnllONEYADTAR 4 Delegates at Large to National Convention yjars old) oa or after January. I. 1803. I' their name, u follows: F. C. I FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. Johns, of Precinct No. 1 hni..gIB '.i?.

Fourth-Any one who had become a f Alcher. George W. Lainhart, R. E: I! his resignation as a member of th*

t District Delegate resident of this State and county a McDonald John Sewell and L. A. ,, 1'18. to candidate the National for the Democratic position ofdelegate ',, committee and the name was accented. j

IS Members at Large of State CommIt- or after January 1. 1902. I II Belcher to the voter at the Democratic : A motion was made and carried that
S..des .....sb Fs..mu.h Convention at St. Louis, )(0., for Second Inspectors and clerks be .O
tee I If properly registered any of the riirary of May 10. 1904. 1 : paid fl per
Congressional District I... permitted :, day.
1 County Member of State Committee. above can rote at an election. State
1: to refer to the
entire Democncyof The next m..tlBg of the coinmltte .
ARE YOU GOING 1 Member National Committee. I and county, held this year without FOR SHERIFF. Orange county regarding my standIng i I ;;
I wa called for April 21. 1904.> 3
West 1 Supervisor of Registration paring any poll or capitation tax. as a Democrat and If I am fortunate There "1 [
North or 11 T. the Donoentte voters .. Dade c... i' twine no further business a
1 County Fish sad Game :Warden. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. Ty. Florida: I enough to have your aid la' motion was made sad carried to a4Journ. <" I

1 Member of Dad County Democratic I Person under the following conditions I hereby aaaemee stysolf a eanoldat I Dade county at the election I shall ,, HCEO. \

Louisiille& NashYillel Executive Committee la and for will be liable for one poll tax for sloctioa to the office of herta of greatly appreciate It". and ran assure P BULL

Pndaeu Nyi: 1 S. S. 4. (, 1.7.3. I only for 1902 or 1903. a* the case maybe Dade County, Florida. subject la the you Orange county Democrats will also Secretary Pro Tern
wm ef the of Ike
Majority
Railroad 9. 10. 11. 12. 1'. and 14. I : O-Sttll appreciate It. t.
.- I rotors aa wilt be expressed t* the Disinrratte -
- 01.,. aaexeelled .**....&*r a rulo The rule governing said pnmao I Aay one who became SS yean old primary to be hold Mar ML Bat I Very truly yours. BALLARD'S HOREHOUND STROP
.
....... trains. eurryiag Pullmanieepen election shall be the same as those I during 1902 will be required to pay $1 dw JOHN FROHOCK. D. N. Bachelor. Imeediately relieve hc
up-W-daU coaches, free re- adopted by the Democratic Executive for account of poll tax for that year. ; Winter Park. Fla. cough oppressed, ratting rots ring!

Uaiac chair ears ... dining cursbmws..ortberu Committee, at their meeting held U : Lay one who may become of age (21 I hereby announce myself u a car FOR FISH and difficult breathing Henry t..
AND
and oatbern cities. Jacksonville o* January 224. 104. for year* old) at say Urn during 1) ,' lldate for Sheriff of Dad county t GAME WARDEN.I Steen. druggist Shnllsburg..,

Tb B>B**. dlBlB ear service I. the 11 governing State primaries, so far a* i wW be required to pay f 1 for poll 02/I I Florida at the next Democratic primary i I hereby announce-myself a candidate I,I writ?*. May 2e. ISNilI have been

....... the same will be applicable to the for the 1903. and ask for the vote of my for the selling Balla.d'a Horehound Syrup for
Tickets rU I year I poslloo of Flab and Game
All ,,.a\l1e11 Tkmc- j county primacy. Those and only those follow Democrat and those who win Warden of Dade two yean and hare never had a prepantioa -
county subject to the
Any one becoming resident of this {
L.&N. ; person shall be permitted to become IM qualified to becoue voters at that action of the Democratic I, that ha given beUe- ...uarUoa. -
State and county during 102 will be I praty. primary
candidate before, or vote at or par- I primary. I promise" If elected to election I notice that when I sell a bottle
t 1 May !e. 1904.
liable for the poll tax for 1903. I
rrnt. .cb* -l *. a" sleeping car IMpata la themanagement of said primary ally[ pert mn the many duties of Q.I Edward A. Graham. they com back for '''. I can aoaectly -
apply to WHO ARK LIABLE TO POLL TAX.
t reservations election who declare their adherence t recommend It" 25e. lOr; fl...,
J. M. Flemlnn.trAM.. All .... Inhabitant who are 21 j
to the principle sad orgaaltatioa responsible offlea. FOR CONSTABLE Sold by Red Croat Pharmacy. ,

of the Democratic party: Na- year U age and were under IS year J. U. .A- 'j
i. ? ............. .. WILLIAMS
;: .. r' who I of age December 3L 1901. I
sad I
! Uoral. State county are by Palm Beach", Fla. I I henby announce myself u a candidate ;

I the laws of the State lawful lector ,, Amy one Incoming a resloeat of this (II '' for the office of Constable la

lOIEY5J1OKEtADTAll of the election districts la which they ,I State and county prior to January 1. FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COCBT. 'I''I'I district No. 10, promising If elected to Oseeselese Ier---

ores to vote who ban paid their poll ;1902.I will be required to pay poll taxi I hereby saunas BiyMlf a* a mil- I faithfully discharge the dudes of said ,. W..taDDO-Wllat a memory yen
..... :
,.I._ -. aM ..... .. I taxes legally due not lea than tea I for 1902 and 1903. Into for the erne. ef Clerk ef the O once. subject to Democratic primary have! Did you ever forget anything

l lay before said primary election, sad I i I If they become a resident after Jaa- wit Cowl ef Dad Cmsaty. subject I' ho action of the PieimiaUe pilsxrr Drano (after profound tho ght>-Not
6o va1." elector ,, L'
who shall when challenged by aa nary L 1902 and before January dw E. L. WHTTB. 1 L. M. Nkholsoa.
EXPERIENCE that I ca ren* mber.-Baltimon AmerIna. -
( pledge la writing upon oath be- 1903. they yfll be required pay poll January .. del I ii .

fore any Inspector to abide by and tax for 1903 only. -

it rapport the result of such primary and Any one reaching their majority (21 take th* -"'thod to Inform the reV HEALTH IS TOTJTH.Disease .
ir. of Dade county that I wll bo a'eaaII FOR
I rapport the nominee thereof. yean) oa or after January,). 11OJ. win and Sickness Bring Old AHerblne .
< late f. reelection to the ,Hire of rienif
The polls shall be opened and cloned .be subject. to payment of poll tax for the C rat Court subject to tbo solos UNITED STATES SENATOR

TRaDe M"M it the several election districts at the .f the Docuoeratki prtmartos. May K.wnmMnf. taken every morning before

pr.was Aea.f. !hours fixed by the general election law. 1903.U all case of exemption of a voter If elected, to sorfonsi the ..- VOTE FOR breaifaxt will keep you In robust
Conr oKra Ii.e of the .... is the "" .... a* la thepe.t.
ir.etss .4.-,+-.. fr.S wM._ The following named persons are here- ,, from payment of poll taxes, he must |I to the Wet of _y abIIItI wfflw lealth. flt you to ward off dlseas It

w_e-.r..r..N.17-. ...-- .-U----. I appointed: Inspector and Clerk for :, secure of the supervisor of registration crateful to thoos she will favor mt JAMES P, TAUAFERRO are constipation. Mllinntna. dystepfU. -

the seven election district: a certificate setting forth the fact that with the r vets
r .....= :=" Mew. : r.eMv 1 fever akin sad liver and kld-
such voter I* exempt U the cerUflcat dw E. C. DEARBORN.I WHOM NAME IS COMMONLY PRONOUNCED
t&M (ISee report committee meeting on I say complalata. It penises the blood

.. Scientific JllRt m. :ant pac .) exempt the voter from payment of hereby anaoaaro mjnrtt a candidate AS If IT WAS ud clean the complexion. Mr. D.

ni..4w..y t .e err poll eases for both year* (1102 sad W. Smith Wattaey. Texas, writes Apr.
a b..w.a.. .. ) The voting shall be by ballot oni ;, for the effee ef Clerk ef the draft
_. ___ _M" 1903). If properly registered he can ,court for Dade c.aat.bJ< tickets i: furnished byjbe Kate tad span lapeeton Domnentlc primary ...- It the belt medicine
4UNM & .u a.Hero- then rote presenting to the for constipation
._ County Executive Committee; tad at I the. irrm H'
such eert1 eat of nptIoa.I tad liver trouble. It win do ..ICIa
I. dw & T. MXRRnr.Boona .
ft. close of such election the Inspector U the voter U aafecct to only ate i LlYfR. claim for It I can highly recommend
.
I V. la. FlaI
and Clerk shall proceed to canvass,: poll tax either for 1902. or IMS. the "; If 80e a bottle. Sold by Red Croat

fCm nail alladder R1/ht i iI ; the rot la accordaae with the State, tense rate-vfll: apply a* to securing( hereby arose .,.." .. a ....i4000 I fharmaey.. .-- -

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THE: DAILY 1 t MR. WILLIAMS VIEWS. ao one who can afford such :xon...- J JAPANESE HATE FOREICXERS .

should be critldaed for securing them t

MIAMI METROPOLIS. In aa article I. last ...t.. Collier* whenever It to possible to do so. I' 'Say U S. Army Offlcer and Call' DO NOT TAIL TO SU

Them Foreign o..IIL'u..t. .
Weekly. John Sharp Williams take Agaia. a merchant tn some other

*>..U."*-I. .*r->--Jlr .n-,.* ...s.,. a pronounced stand against a stand. town may. by some exceptional serf,.... 1|' U H. Ererhart. U. & N. wbis I WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE fI |
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L L T4n*.....q t irrJ : lag army of more than S .OUO men. IV of events, be able to otter some imr at present at his home at Delatorj

M. f. KDUMT01 J "*** I..' of which be says should be used ticularly remarkable value that tleconomically .. '
. j on a three month leave of absence.
defense and Inclined I : I 314-12* Street.MoREF
wouia .
to man teh coast an en- person
..... .
f. ..r--e- l talks entertainingly of condition IB |
...... lamed' nary. Mr. William thinks. |fthe I like to secure, sad which h* would 1 1perfectly b*
, --.. .. I.. ___ at xl.at.rle.edds..w.r. ./! I Japan and the Far East. Until 100 j I
: country is to err on the side ofrxurarVcaace justified la securing.
Lieut Ererhart '
was seven yean IB
--- ; should be There are. la abort exceptions ,
all. It |
Tres sea a.a..rs ........, pe.Us..e .. at > many Japan, being there at the time of the >. ><.. .<. >. .tt.aaaa>Baaaaaaa>t> *.>..>. Ml > .i..
the. of the He thlak. to this rule, as to all others; but generally
M ._ Uad .,Ik.17..... MSMS M t) expansion nary. Boxer uprising la China.

scathe,. nn-. r.laal.L.eel.edl.g.arae..u' jhojterer. there should be a gradual *peasVlng. money should be SRO'f3.
; While It has been four year* since ,
per Us*. not a maateful enlargement of tile na Went la the city la which It Is mao
Ak.___LOne .. he ha been In Japan be say that KINDER LOU. GA.
tl .--er- ___ 1 I..y. Mr. Williams also inveighs agalnsj and la the long run the spender U i I .
even at that time Japaa preparing
Tear by Mall. . .....$300 !j colonial poniMnlons. He thinks tae never the loser by his loyalty to that was Make
for war. The Japanese, he weneven
&s Month........... . ...... 1.1IO Internal improvement of tile country which belongs to his home and ni. say
then disposed to be COC'kand,
Three Months. ...... . . ..... L2S of more Importance than an enlarged'{, own people.
I to regard with suspicion white foreigner
OM Week by Carrier .. .. ..... ao1 nary and a standing army ot moss D whether. English.any French. Kinder Lou Crates.

than :ii.o<... His Idea I. that canals ; POLITICAL CHAT.
Compuj. German or' American.
ft Ilinl.PrlBtlio1
should be built .. Intercontinental

Advertising rated mad know oaapplication. railway constructed, and inch other If Guy MetcaU should be elected n "When a white foreigner walks Chase & Harney. Miami-
through the streets of Japanese i
Improvement made .. will make the member of the State Democratic Executive any i Sel =5S3
city said Lieutenant Evet barl'foreign .
TELEPHONE. MR. nation so powerful no foreign county) committee It to not probable
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OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. v 111 care to assail it. that be would be elected treasurer' of deril I* the term shouter Hinder Lou. Ozrcttesall
,
43* and 414 Twelfth StreetOpposite | Mr. Wllliams's ....... will\ no doubt. the organization. He bar not as yet after him. The Japanese seem Inclined over Dade County.
to make tile race question the a-
f Court House. licit. considerable discussion, but wej Bade public what disposition he madeof of their fighting regarding .....plno..- ... ... .>. .* .. > *..>*> .>.... ....* *.... .

j predict that the army will never beI th fund collected for the promotion
con .LTIVZ DlSUlfCD.f ly any foreigner who doe not wear a
I reduced from Its present size nor will of Bryan's: campaign la 100. Thi. pig tall"Llent . . . . . . . . . . . . .
L Mt '1 r... 1.7 f there be any abandonment of the policy to the' same "'Ga.ho manages th*
,.. .. ... Ererhart I* inclined to believe
'h &tl' .
, t of building up a great nary. As for ". "'" Fri.lutabe.... and i
that the Japenecc greatly outnumbered Epicurean Restaurant
ell.. ''K .. the relinquishment of Porto Rico the I suggested. the cartoon entitled "A i
: their oppornt<< IB rb
e., w.n-: : I ? Philippines and Hawaii that Is what School la Joarull.H.. ha* belonged

l -_........_.., .., '1M m. the late John J. Inicalls aptly termed 16 nearly every political part;) fight oa tile river Tale an. that B i J05-/AA $to
,
to .. I aft
. --. M Outa_ a'I' use American correspondents la lanes .t
. o.e-- _' N. N .u -an Iridescent dream." Where the flag I la existence since he gained his majority
ca1....... C bar shows partiality the yellowsoldier Cootiauou* Sernce from 6 clock until
j
...
trIM.I". i N III I has been unfurled there It will stay and to what .to knowa tn potme* : a. mpm f

,\ "SJrc1- I 'because nations are like IndlridusJs a* a "flip Hopper.-Cameerille Son.a IB their report of the various .> ssss s ss .. iss'ti>. psssssi sss sss as siiss
...
Ml
M
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engagement both on lane and oa ea
*,saJs....._.__. tint-I III they rarely relinquish anything they .
.....(...... I Those Georgian who heard Brow H. admit, however, that the Japanese x.J. nECK B. M. BAftK
,......1._ -- III -. ..- once get their hand ... This may
It not be the safest policy-we shall act ard's speech Saturday, algal were surprised are a patriotic people,. but seems Deem a !
to think that sentimentality oa the Bailey
! MAY 12. 10O4.Tbe argue that point BOW-but It .to the to lean that the Empire 8UI*

policy which has been almost ualreraally of the South to comprised of only forty part of the American to apt to underrate atwisBBaMfl. =XBarfesBBeraBate

followed' slew the dawn of cirtB- _U.*. They bad been taught the fightlag of the 1bI "L YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS
first aaak oC Ue bag broucktBroward
. that there were at least three time and
t and Stocktoa. I&tIoa.-Nullytlle America PERSONAL .umcfl'r&l Overhauling Bkpatriae Maria Railway.

that many counties la the State. What" TVlTAmircD MIAMI. fLA.
0r
L SPENDING MONET AT HOME. Broward doe not know about the rar- Lawrence Dt>nay. th. EaglrMi actor. !
And th* wont blow of aU to, John r _
ions lie
dismasts
Stoektoa eaal figure out '_- to bolt I I qnestfen worldmake f I Had the American ganla a i . . . . . *) .
F Some of our aaerchancs nave beet, a Buck larger book than the source of endletsi dellgaL :."!...e .

the ticket and ma ladepeadeaLTke making complalat of late that so very one he ha write*.-GalneerUU SUB. standing l It t**% doorway of ar Outer
0- . ij 61e I
al
: many persons do their bopping oat ef leading a rfr: epuiJtle :yePo-r-I..t y ) Qarlo5
"Tkree Friend eau BOW COB- We bare Ant seen what purport abe ]
town either ordering a great many i a acrt'Iatr.rr'OOl will give ate t' at .
BOB together and extemd sympathy the practice ballot of Voimda county .
from New York' by catalogueor dog: aaM Dt>rsay. Tn get you Into
.. article
to each otker. No one .... U likelyto .. for Information and'direction W rotera FOr'll\trfJ'\ 5rje |W/n "cttl.
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through shopping agracea. or taking I the at.TII.. boy l'Pplle1No.*
do It. la that __.,. This ballot o-nlts
advantage of excursion rate to do T how ,...'. take care o let,?' Comer Avea.e & and 11th Street
:. -oTke i the name of oar townsman Job C
neighboring dries The Brt'ir UJCBW. and got *J.. I'tlc dis. A.
J primary kai cone sad cone. 8k Jones, u a candidate for State Attorney Muller, Proprtetol-
TIle complaint I* possibly a Just oae chap' a front au* u the gal" '. Next .
bar the "Tkree rne. comMaatloa. and substitute the name of ft
but the probabilities are that the masse day .* saw the aewkboy ... Baked:
That expsdlttoa up BaIt River A. Truman Instead. So far [tea we Open all the year .
for It U not a* general aa those YUle "How did n*) Ilk the show "H-th"
I* uader way. kaow H. A. Truman bas BO legal or
lag the complaint seem to suppose. growled the gamra.. Tm glil I k.-; t
--e-- political ertoteuc The ubstltutieai at $2.50 per day a Miamlan are act a* a rale stupid B* dOg. .
Hudsoa Burr Bred a cracker at Beaator evidently latended to mislead. 1 .' wca. Larj Saoipie Room

Taliaferra. H. Bight aa well lad It would require great stupidity The people are entitled t., know who Senator Btrertdge was. di'. uri.UI. .; P- 0. 80. 668. MIAM ,.FLA-

have beea burrowing IB Ue aaadhllb could for anyone not be to aerutnpiUbed Imagine that aa shopping advaatgeou.ly Ire the CBBdldatea before item( Let I Pc* .. prnlilctn till. *m>f frnts! . . . . . . .

of Dade _..,.Dally Tallabareeaa.a. then rote for whom they pleas but 'the ether .*. H. told if p sotal reformer .
: Miami la othercity.
IB a* say
., 'II give an Ben fair play.Orlando Star. IB ,....*...a wN -.. holding

There are two campaign ahead of I. many respect, tile facilities cc. : forth oo itr '.Oct Ir i "* *owa.'My Hotel Biscayne _

> Bars yet TIle second primary and here are ....IIreUed.. In the dry gooe> -It to sa ply awful". say so. butsomehow ; friend- 'the .-!. .. In 0:0"'clu.t1. '--

stores for Instance, the stock Bay sotto we cant refrain from a few '
the general etecttoa when he boils UK "
'hi apneaL slirptr .---
extensive and varied' a* In some yen pat frow November
as honest expressions relative to this ? S. GRAHAM
ticket and tees hi epeedeat. Proprietor
sot 4rt.t. tad g"'t ahem: lieu arather
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w of the great houses of tee marge in: primary election.The .
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rough-looking :
It will be taterestlBg BOW for the where comparatively limitless capital average candidate will reerrehto Oonrer A venue O sad Twelfth Street
.bat
; and saidTon linen )0'1 are
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enables the merchant Ie indulge t
defeated candidate to get together derision till after next Tuesday
taOng about Say. youft lull tonight
and *-c..... oat how Biaay "liars uier\. the greatest Imaginable eaerarsganee.ut verdict He will then be for or against and see If yon don'S *et .& b alas MIAMI FLORIDA
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t J such values are to be had here asI
aisle Dade eounty. : It If he himself to elected or defeated i IJIOI'11I"r-
by tonuTuw
n I are rarely placed ,at the uuposat otshoppers If elected. the system ... of cnqn>e. you rT>fif inrif** er )

The people want a rood wan a. honest { lu other towns, a lad tentl- the ODe thing needful. If defeated A II ancestor of ToIOtnII" I2Leslantathor

I led to warmly by risitors who declare the flames of belt hot i Bush & Safford
man and a mac with whom their are out enough was an army odlcer and very Piano Co
her _;
hiterest* are safe.. That ta why Talla- hat Ib..I'f"1'f' certain artlcka: for' the prtar.d Its adrocistf .Never .* an inltatnr. 0-u :Ty be

rI furi will BO back to Washington. that tan not be duplicated ftr thesame But for u* who hare talked so eloquently was mlnrirfctng the Emperor Paul: ta \ ( -.- .....?....***.BBi .

-. --- price at any place on the East'Coast. cIc1KIM hark and dismal croup iii his frh-ndi. when l'--.1 him PV>Ia> 3iteixrewem.ta.tiv*

If the Republican platform Im to bemsd. lays' .T reconstructfea when radicalism 1 I.1f_ ectervd the room end fir "mie Steinway 4 Soo's. New/ York. i o.

I by Rooserett and Roosevelt U to It s undoubtedly true tea mere arwme hung over us Ilk. a funeral pall' moment looked on anpeiTvtt.'d m

select hill running mate, what Is tilt-I men and women who, attracted I helot phrase lite It. there is sn... the antfc. of the young man Tob toi I F.m.rzoa: P".anQ Co_ Bostoss.

Sat'at the glittering t..mpcaucI certaa tested a condition a great drat worse '':
-- by
ne of holding the Republican finally turned and behoMfrg the rm- Other Hick Grade Pianos md PLto Platers.

convention.om I adrertlsirg displays tarn from White r nwmUs ought to know tm II I I Iteir i p..ror. Be bowed' his head tail *.. ,I11."t. -

II their own townspeople to spend their and be lietter than they are pror .I 'Go on. sir.' said the lh,,!-'''''. Pianos from. $225 upj Cash or easy payments. TUII-

little anarchist sheets rail J money la cities other than their 0.... bas tbemselres'o this campaign. ,j I "Contfaoe your performancai." IteI nit;j and Rt-pa'nnp A few bargains in sltjhty J

,+ P Tanaferro 'Monopolist's. t'&DI I This fact is a most regrettable one fo Their conduct to aaa_:erg soot dgmtlng. :*\, I I young man hesitated a mom
e didate." There to BO doubt but what I I many n......D.. No city can tie sueirewfnl The attitude of the start IT. : then folding his arms and reproducing

( .. he had a monopoly of the rote Tuesday -I financially. ..-(all,.. artistlcjally. I setting his rote was ant so deploraale every gesture and intonation ...t.n.. & ceceooooooocxxaeeoooeecotTho

a* man be attested by Stockton. aDd I raualcipailj. In short-where, citI1 for the reason that the aver) had nor sorereicn he said. "Toisfk. >-MI t.-I| -

Jeaainc l sens are rot .bound together by a certain (he education and tralalag to teach I I..erve to be degraded but t reruii jtrjj cIL "-fT' .t'R. yesmN.mcu..esN.esN.N.5

II degree of lirotbrrhnod. To work him better.' .. ,
Moll r
t j the thoughUensnewi years > .
A* predicted by the Metropolis. iHIMI. { ;.ndefatliaMy for the highest. good!: f There to *o use In trying to dlrnh I''an The Cxar tt imtxllchtly !rorthlwea'hfr" !'PI"*r for
pardoned.
Prank Clark led twenty-are perCent : immeffiI ; A: ru 11..1: !elated fret tU. Jupiter
the greatest nnmlior la one' the fact. The primary as now needs
I I! at this spe chWelt. to Irxn. ....... .. ,: .....
the Second Die- ; i "1" .0"ef.9! hr tl *et1I ii tt H
throughout Id -
Bam :
the *
I relRhborhouct is one or |' the nest "damnable davtardrr" and ." he raid r.

fact The latter will BOW probablyWfere 1 of true cftizc;.bp. This means that .contemptible method erie test l to a. 'f..I.. .... -j-.
tr ,,'ar' : to D'a ,.... ee.iI, wow
that deal with railroad are 'there must be aa exchange of money nominate. The candidate who has thelargest A little story in a New York cuts ,
... .....ern i .
aired and pursdedbefore V e e ire &1" m r. K ?
.r bad thing to hare M well an of courtesy. Mr. A. cannotoccrsfnlly corruption fond will win. It snows the brutal Indifference ..".r j.011 !.1.I rt.. ..re-.r.... a-. .....c. ece..

the public. < carry on his beeline unless Is. as now conducted, the 'u-fU-0'-the- I nature of |*<>pl.- In certain w ." .
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he ha the support of Mr. B. sad wlsp" to allure the poor' man to rum nf life. A lodger Ite c.:rat ..I..turi ,
Tbe who killed himself I. a St the &..,!_ wiu ,2 4 df..r<.e.s or I.< I I
.man Mr. C. and the money handed over 't opens the fond! gates of corruption. i i wa found dead i>v a f'I.I.{.. vH...e ex- II |
etl'ftt.arDUe he "h 4 DO I over the mark. The warmest April! '
Lob i tbe counter by these tad other Mr. and the stench arising therefrom I I"smells "MsmatkMiH of alj-tn aruumM w-nrt | SpecialSale
wile, and nothing to lire j i WM '''at oT 1W 'win the 9>ece was
BO ( ob- "
bows V. will. It he recognizes the social j' to heureu. j I nb>hr lockers sleeping on cots IB the
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had had | 74 LaM
weakling. If he '-'CI"'ft. mouth the highest
tor.u a tjration expended la each manaer Mtell If honor and rlrtne are to exiot I i U nine room. Tfle1n.:\ld.lt1- fr-.wt j

the requisite" moral courage he would j jhare ultimately accrue to the profit ome sa'esTOirds will nave to n> j led oat proteKt rn-1 ....vr.. xnu: "r> i> tMnperatcre recorded was 89 degreeson
the perplexities of life atil the Urt. and the lowest M degree.on *
faced i of )Jr. B. and Mr. C. thrown around the primary system. I U-e matter The frightened! clerk said. I

fort,.! came lilt way. I Io There was recently printed a clever The average voter does not watt to I that a man wax dead ui.1* *ini< tryIng the Uth.t .
The rainfall for last .
April J.ij OFMen's
sac
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I ITII. 'little .......11 la which It was shows. be bought tie come to the cajxtlilate l.. awake him "Well. I am asleep. {
Association Is j Inches 0tlHr average of the past
Prow
Alabama I''how' single $H bill banded about t i with a proposition to sell his rote a* !V>n't make no much n..l.....- some one '
a
election of Mai W. v.Screws peter' wn A: r.ts The precipitation Summer
urging the ), rom one person to another at a boarding 11 though he was bartering an article ot I iui.....nod. While the corpue was her 1 i?'
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to the PresMeaey of the J ra a* TC Inches hll.hthe average rejftiTMl
bonne table eta made to do the merchandise.There 1 1I ... carried out fifteen men lay: dozing ,
lionsEdltorlal Acsoclacon ana w* : I' to U %.39 inches. The figuresfor
hundred dollars their cots. Not a one was humane II j ClothingAT
for this horrible
Indorse Its action. )IaJ.II wnke. that ninety or a ta a remedy 1011 the coi ri upondlng mouth last year!
cheerfully expected toacramplbih. > enoUKh to tees a finger to help and .
might reasonably be condition. The legislature hM thepower i I .'
the reteraa editor of thebkmtgumery | anIY..I, .44 inches which Is the small.ert
Screw i ii
Advertiser cue or We Every. ten dollars -+ I to Bake the selling of a rote I1| none was Interested enough to even rainfall ever recorded" at Jupiter.

It certain J !i who. the dead one was. Such
soundest and Boat progressive newspaper -.bly Invested carrie with a f.-,. inquire \ During the month there were eleven j

IB the South. He ta a Baa 11 percentage of profit, and this profit :': The hungry beggar whose rllals are I 1'\11 incident remindsone strongly of i clear dv*. seventeen partly clou
.bo uld. as Bear as practicable be reap- the of starvation. iteal ; chat would take place la a pig sty if -
by ma
ability IB Bay walk of life, sad he stung pang should two abwWntely cloudy." Rain Ml on

would Bake a mom excellent aad resourceful led mutually.Of a loaf of bread. He .. Imprison- !| one of the sleeping swine six' day / I

Editorial A.tatl.nee- course America Is a free country ... tried, convicted> and forever O- |I thus and die

-In a measure-and legally everybodybss \ barred from holding public office n.lof .
DU vet! The editor of a a."pal> a perfect right to spend his .... her .I exercising the elect. franrhu pltau do not
;, \ cerwirM by pim she
The BBBber of commercial failure | money whenever and waererer he m Now. In the name of (kid. of Jnrl f imwith, l4m; law .enr.-tng: tu -.1-

with qo. be pw.bal there H a certain and of common decency we w-t l t- ... '.
IB April as roBpared a year orl lint .ter' Um! anv i' thm
the country ha *... trarellnc | noral obligation which declared thatvocey ask If the thief who sells hi. rih- l I.
that
how '.
K 1:1' i'enl
a Mt too fast. ali..4 Boat of the '! should be spent where It toaade. i! as row! as the thief who seenlist"; < before jin (;""<.ptir. : par Corse

bankrupt eoacen probaMy Hailed because By this I. not Beast that Beause reed?' >' the ,...,...esl "ixn'
ot "reckless exneBdltor sad bad ', a fJ""OIIJal_ a certain city Clt...ne 'la' rnai.ry yin th'. > '01' and be should be crated the privi- .,;

_........ There I* more eaatlooIB i* a home and because he make hisneunte cuards. 1.* It fc.. the month.>..-.. ?>' .'.e of exrrwlng hi <.nt+k.ne as free blast/ palm! B?aGI). Fa.! -: :
there he should never spend It a motley crew which M follow-
world than there ha { .. ..
the buslBee tonor aaC not le IDt"m..t.M""" :\ a.. ant '.-liritw n' T4 re r ... .
In other city. There areertaJn i s H..am-J.m. B Wearer Jobs
lathe any
uooey .
been east IB vereral but there year are, BO especially signs ji.ywbef |, objects of an. for Instance. rupt and ;-....-.. h the sonls a.. .ii ., -'>me people ..hi .,! I .1...) ifa : !Ituar..1 on Lake Front. adjoining Ja'oh. ......t.. George Fred William

of what to eoBBoaly called chick cannot be secured B Miami' of men and fc.'.r mar it Hn It.thonor :his prirllece" unleN ru ...'"\0.rs ii i i City Park. A cool. comfortable pace! iD
fwaparatlrely limited their "n iM rr>nrv ,H Rut the Democratic party ha had
ID.tile of o
echo
bard tlmea. If the crop tan out and vii.a.9 Ihit St" w 'I| an to stop at,. with good table erv.c
would not make n proCi. Guile enough of this sort of
wealth her cnamptoa-
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welt there to JO reason why > eon> not wr*M IM-* 'cued minded people s i rl 1 to others Sample room for traveling mea .
merchaats to Import such hip It.. going to turn
,routines to n, able for our over a aew
try should Lot pcoep reaotntlORS are 'I.""-.* around >t br the same privilege ibe> wish 100'ir. i
of the usual deprcafloaIncident utlcle. Siam OLe owe a eertan pass this year, and the ..... of -.

eves: la spite to the presidential year. l ervk-e to beauty, a* well. a* to duty egtdadra eutt..L-ot&a an.. thenuelres -Tan"x .illno. Hera J Mr*. laa B. Haya, Prepr'etre. of these fellow will be oa It. ..





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?f Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.

THC Aacnstla sad to atala a cnest at th* wararar*I

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. Baa Carlos. [ NEWS OH THE BAY. 'LOCALS.Firstclass ; 2 i BcbJ Beets Ladies Mack mohair skirt tent .

Captain A W. Bole, of th* N. C. A atNavwaNBUSINESS I See U* awet fad IB ladles crush roaa4 length seven gored la* Mlavsrted _

MIAMI. rLA.. May 11JIAIL \ 110& 8t U Ry returned from TltasrlU Th coasting schooner Rath to at I table board Buy be procured wits whit. .... Mack and Mod plait: th* regular rut kit 4VK

last night where oa Taesday tie nercised th* freight dock of the P. II:. c. Ry. at lOt West Twelfth Street Mrs. Special prie...... .... .... .......
SUrtl Sttu!
8CHEDCLB.: his right as aa American dti- with a cargo>> of pineapple crated forth Ne"' : n?
Ladles L..Ia sa s...
ML 1 northern market. sores gored SteOlaa cloth

Antr from tk* North -* FOR RENT.-Neatly furnished cottage skirts la whit; all BUB tailored ,... A lair assortment of aUk -a.- ._

IN a. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Moor are doves Th* large two muted schooner for rent Summer price. Apptthis feet fitting vita seam Bar; special many style and eolon: aQ Ladsoaa.. _
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ll:. p. a. Iran Daytona to spend a few weeks Ulita. from Key West, which came once or 1./ Ninth Street Poet-.- Price... .... .... .... .... ....It** ly trimmed and tailored '

I Oos for tile North with their sue Mr. R. C. MeOrtt They her for a load of pin* lop to be used Avenue B and Boul vend. f
l:0ia.av 1
hare many friends her who ar* glad ia building docks at tIM Island Qty Genets.I .

t.. IG p. -. to see them. has had plenty of trouM since reaching New Idea Magazine and Pattern I Ladle C. B. Oomt Ha JQZ. .....of

tile mouth of th* river oa her ia for Jan received. Tb Racket Stora best quality Batiste; this corMt UTWtM
THE WEATHER.Washiagtoa. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Pitcher, of Key '
passage. OB th* trip IB ah* grounded torrent, erect FDCmm*
Eattora norida: Wast, were IB the I
-for city yesterday en-
Ivies la the river and was two days A GOOD HORSE FOR BAL .-Apl} Special PC'Iet.... .... .... ......n.a
Ooatlaaed rasa and cooler; east. to route to Bar esvllle, Oa. where they getting p. This morning she startedto I* A. W. CraiMrU, Vtmam CIIJ. I e.

anth wlada.Maximum.. I will visit relatives and friend for som No. 147 Wanes nut-proof corast.to .
sea with her cargo and was being
tZ.Mlalmum.70. I time. Fine Lace and Embroideries at The corset that give U* utmost sattafarUoa .
toned out the river by the large laanc I
I Racket Store. both for correct shape and
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wind as blowing stronr.
-I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McOrtff left Sat-I wear .
:dead up the river and when OI>Poai.. ,
arday for a visit of a couple of weeksat the hotel grounds It was so strong W* use Tenneeee ream la all oat Jpeelal price.... .... .... .....fLM -

1 Miami. They closed The Gable 'that the could lee cream and also have th* plata !
I | tug act pull her further
I TOWN TOPICS. II taut week after a very successful sea 4ta 4
artiest it and she was forced to anchor I
Dartona-Haiifai Journals
,s until milder weather prevails. Hotels and fimnies ran buy genuine ,

The Lillie to one of th* largest schooners Tennessee cream at Biscay Drug
p. A 0. nCt'RSION.4 I and Mrs. Jack Davis, who have .
that ever cam late this port and ;
of th* spedal eseursions raa by the I I been spending some Urn at M,.. to loaded with several hundred togs Headquarters fancy groceries, fruits I j STUI Fawns

P. A 0. Steamship Cow via tIM steamer Chase's on Thirteenth Street. left yesten.y etc" at Wilson A Fire's. 7 I .
: I part of them being OB deck Lades Shirt W '
T..foal to Key West and Havana, went ,, for Atlantic beach near Pablo, e sts. (

tout this mornlag. ,-.t7--. all :where Mr. Dana,'rbo to In the employ I If you want let cream that to good I One hundred waists an II... an '% { \

told took advantage of th* rate. Other of the F. E. C. Ry, will be located:: for! The schooner Manatee to in from and pure buy It of th* Btocaya Drag j the latest styles, la lava, madras and i \\ t .

xcwmona: win be ma on tIM 1Mb and the >.81_. the keys with a large cargo of plneap- Compo They use Tennessee' cream Batiste; only a few of each style !

2Za4. Tb'Mlaatl alto carried a very I I plea f,id is discharging cargo at the Iti worth $..5e and 100. W* oCar to t *,

....q freight to both plans. Mr. Alphonso Prltot. ticket agent at I railroad duck.. does at .P .... .... ...Me. each r t ,

the terminal depot la Jacksonville accompanied e e J FURNISHED HOCSJ.on Ladle* Japanese Ilk shirt ......- a .

: Mrs Mr. J. II:. Ingraham. third Tenth back and frost tacked tad trimmed
NEW RESIDENCE'- There ar* a by Fritot. child and vicepresident street for rent Apply at

large anmber of new residence gds nurse, cam down this morning and of the F. E. C Ry. came down this ofllc I I with....; Bishop sleeve; a watt that r'

up IB an parts of the city, and prepa.ratloas went over to Havana on the steamer yesterday from St. Augustine and went will wash. BI'KIaI.,2... : :

are being made to start many Miami where Mr. Prttot has many. up to cutler on his launch Enterprtw. Etery subscriber to the Dally Me j I Ladle shirt waists, aaai as cat. ,

sore, and by next fall the additions I relatives and friends. He returned here last night the raa tropolls can aid some deserving yang /I trimmed with lire; back tacked; new

wd have bee large and creditable I I down being mad la one hour tad man and woman la securing a busln*** : sleeve with tacked cat Special... .... .... .... .... ..11.00_

Capt H. B. Shaw retained from twenty minute, which shows that the "'duration by using the ballots to which |

HEAVY RAIN.-On* of tile heaviest Miami on Friday and
rains of th* year fen during last night.HKd and M.... Shaw left for a few days laJ bay. The distance from Cutler her Read our offer oa .... E. B. DOUGLAS

a* a result Ute water stands In *.kionvile. It.. reported that he is seventeen mile. page.1 ,
.1 310 and 312. ".
e t ; Twdfth Street.
May places la the streets and all low purposes to organize In Jacksonville

one of his building and loan -I The steamer ..
ground la Hooded companies Miami sailed this morning If you want to Improve your property
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on the plan which has proven so : for Key West and Havana with a and need to borrow money for the "i

CASH WILL RECOVER.-Oaa Cash 1]t lucceiiiifnl la Ormond. Daytona aid )II- large freight tad twenty passengers. purpose try Oeo. Q. Curry AttorB y-

the young white maa who was seriously -Oaytona-Halifai Journal. ". at-law, West Palm Beach. 2IJ
School Will Soon
cut last Saturday Bight at Pom-. The R. G. ROM Contracting firm of I CloseAnd
iii )I.. tjarlaa. a prominent young son
OBO. Min eontlnae to IIIIPI'"*. and JIIcl<_ytUe. .. making rapid headway LIVELY CONTEST.One
I I of Beaver Pa., who has boon spending r!
It to BOW believed that ke ta out of &III oa the training wall or Jetty which ta
th* wlntor at Palm Bench, has bees in -
danger and will recover. His assalaatks being built to protect the new shiphtntrl your ch Idren will soon have a long vacation from
the city the guest of Miss Willie lithe vote with every tea cents pair
not yet beet captured. When the wall has bee built book*. Why not place them in the
for two or three dye He leave* feet for subscription to the Daily Metrop
I ip to a certain height with native
home ot Saturday but expects to r"r-i 1 ':s. which csc be used toward wyla I
oik the cap or top win be laid with Cifc. _Miami ( 'of
tarn pelt winter as he Is charmed wits .,.;....It.. This rock win come from 'om* worthy young person's wa : ORtenatory Musk?
: MENTION.B Miami and has been greatly benefited through a correspondence course tt
o PERSONAL Have
] .he ROM
: quarries la South Caroline you investigated our
la health by his la Dade 'look-keeping or stenography. 'Forful
stay rouaty I
Vid will come down by rail..... Itsill I"Partial Scholarship Plan?" is
I loaded rt'cuUrs read the half-pag aanonncement Anyone thereby enabled
I b
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OB lighten
and taken
1. Rican of Jensen Is InjtownJaaws : Ir la to-day's paper. I to obtain a Scientific Musical Education
merely
10 see These rock win be of Immensetze at a

McCombe.-Jr. of Pompano.i Ii HOTEL ARRIVALS. -- some qf them weighing several ARE YOU GOING TO BUlLl'! I nominal cost. SUmVaO cai arras. j. fr wx W Pretties: pi..,.
tons. and to handle them a steam derrick .
Is in tile city todr.'. I
Let
us figure on your work and save Franklin
I barge win be brought dowa from Coleman Bush Director.
I sot money. GRAHAM, KINO A GRA -
of Jarksonrllle Is PIONEER- Jacksonville This, however will aot
Robertsoa.
W. W. r
CONTRACTORS AND
--- C. H. Denney. Philadelphia; W. A. be for some Urn yet a* K win tab BUILDERS
U the city oa win .
figure on all clastes of build
..... Jacksonville; John Wlnschelt.Erie ..4 about three months to tee up the native .. -
lap.roo- ranabll .
en. A. Bryan, of Fnlford. .. down to- Pa; P. A. Bryan. Pnlford; A. W. rock sow being mined for tIM Box .. m .. . . . . . .. . . .
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baslnesa.X Baraett. city: W. W. Robertsoa. Jack.son.ille. tower part of tile jetty and two monthsto . . .. .
dl, oa
lay the other. SPIERS &
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Jacksonville was 'SAN CARLOS e e Par T.aam.em oa sal* al MERCIER
M. Wheeler, of Biscayne Drug C._ .. .
la
ax. -K thoM who can doan this J. J. O'Bnen. 8t Augustine: W. E. Th P. II:. c. Ry. steamer Biscayne <

it- wing from the north. 'Norton Lemon City: K. OKa,..., a-1*. was hauled out oa tile marine ways east 0-
W. Bu.e Titnsville Ernest ST I.4 the terminal There ar* many young peopl.
t\ ; pins dock this moram.. I Real
Estate Life Fire
BI-Tlle ,. Stuart James McOombe. The boat Miami and Dad county Interested b and
v. J. C Abernathy. of the : ir. was brought down the n.t..rlley _

J Co. went np to JarksooTine last Bbmpaco; Chas. W McPherson Stu rt. -... under her owa steam by learning book-keeping and teaocra1phy. Accident .

Ld.Y. ao btasl_ for a day or; t.o. BAY VIEW- -Vtala )'<<'Ia.".*. and the Metropolis pronossa M I InsuranceRental

:'11.* Belle Cornell.. Brooklyn: J. . make It possible for two of them la f

rest Stypman and Chaa. W. Me- H. Pltdt
.') Taco of Stuart were In the city Cha*. Chrictensa. Palm fieach; H. H. ?!
yrterday oa business.sr lOteasnn. Can Game: W. T. Miner Friday after from their cruise plans see the sixth page of this paps I nTsca'ne.

Ja.Yln..: R.' J. Rlcaa. Jensen B O.fice over Bank of Bay ;
I ; V f rounle of weeks, going as far as I Ii jfOLEnIlONEYARJTAR
roaxlmarter of the M. \\' ..e} Jacksonville A. W. Pr'- Lock Box "
J. J. O'Brien T. ; M'amL They report a very pleasant/ i 77. Miami. Fla.r .

ret med from SLi& tot, wife trd nnrse. Jackroavin . . . ....
t. K. C. Ry, has -Darteca-Halifax JouraaL .te.i tav.tisug"li.ai msalaTaajs ... . .. .. . . . . . ... .





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....-.- .....*...nDIf or emery ma toe -MAK3Y-OR=- B: TAXED."
spore of IOU 10", w.. put la a Traaia HOME OF YANKEE NOTIONS.
tube frmn which the air wan ..- A *...... t:......... .. .. Teed bv *** ftftftIS

I han..trd .. iwipletely aa ..-ab I During the last larntjrir>. b' ire "'P.. .r se.ee..re.Mayne iMifif.
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When the ray from an arc light were the patent oKit/ : m-onl. e uiuui-u- 1Vyn..op..f S ,, Kan..
roncentratrtl the powder thetlghts I h& 'I ] llir Las l t.Ma.d: a I.r".-.........ion valuing 'il/
opus cut <* tert le in o.iinI -
_l ...nk.... were area to be blowa I I try' in inrentitcm"ea t'u"'lt] in four I..l..!ora all! ina tie\ ....,.......... la:. .

oat a. if repelled by the light preaeatu tl.il If MMoluiU prnunl in liaclM-.r
.. I Rates.
mfwiiil l t-ond
lm Clubbing
M cars
separate .. .
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THE. SUPRARENAL GLANDS. a Mrlilns rrcemblaare to a comet's rC in the lift. There i i-.yari-/1. mi rtkle ..
wbM-b tie
talL Acronlinc to ArrbealM and other i i a tax my txwl.
: A..... T._ ML in common II'r 11100111! your .....
aar.el./.a Tb..rrks *, thin I. analocoq* to the way IBI riL with kin -.Ioa. will :mp.ae. tuft
..- of Ik. ..-. .....P. ,I -hh-h the ran actually 'PI'OCIthe LouPe that if not m.ulr in t'ounr.--u- the Cliku Inter Uiean.TLi' .

Out of the toaea which the balldenf I tall of cmuet The experlmeater eut, from the hinge anal! \"< !U< -.n uiiijor of X e,eran. In Uklng pJT" -

t phylologicl tbeorle had rejected feand that tbe effect upon the powder the door to the btlliaril ts.c.l : tin Ibis a. II..... ...........,. do... not remain 32ti

kid air to become the bead ., the cor l' w.. of tbe aisle order of magnitude a. clock on your mantel the Mms. fOODI..nr with nM-rvly warnlnc lUe rlirt- J The people of Dade County will want all the
news
aer. Ur. Sajon of Philadelphia bal would be exprrted from the vala. of machine in the vorkronn r taw .. ,>n that town that tbry luiKtpr

aUoclooed. .. Ua Medical' IInr ln'. torn the pressure of light deduced' by them verwareour ,gun, yonr Lit.rctr 01 .|...r'. ...... tbr altrruatiTr. liialrt- this year as it is to be an interesting one be-

theories about the ducUaa from oilier exprrlmeata. 1 "' ''1,1' ..r laxation. He ;* willing to do cause of the elections,
automobile
arprMnc I jour |piano and piano .
hl>> tnrt twwiinl M\lnc the pit bl. 'iu
glands la the hamaa body. There are I player, and many such things
A.- N.. _..wwlem.Particular. eiwple \ for .LMU tlul In. lie bas IB lii. ,Jib- .
-i tw. wall organ* ailed the ..uprareoat I u axes, nailt, kitchen hardware. ...
I of a novel prIM for the dial .al.-ily niiiH-vd-d the .nll w.- National
.gland. placed Just abort the kldneyr, I i .armiraKra> of housewives at Tart knives and fork and m''dlr* and I meu of the I.."u iu uui-rutr all cf :!K-U State and County
which have brea thought to be mele* ...... chains. If there be anuliin .
It la stipulated that ; thai leap yi-ur >]>|Mirtunltk" i. la III. JOO4'
hot Dr. Bajoua aver,. aa a result of j.I'.D. s moat be rarteiaa. by birth, i you cannot trace to Connecticut I meet It i Is Umr ditty ant vf all to >ebvt > r -- -
yeses of that t --
i fowler* lavettigaOoa I bare been married six year aid that will find that the lllat'hinenj.for aw."nx tbe Iwi brlora the mm Slay

L they are of vital eooaequeec. They t their. bnnhandn. who must be I. the making it or the first nhapiny of raw '*>.ul (.... .....1.......... and. liavlni; made
J eacnto ubtaar which carried .. enrlce of the city or employed lafnrerameat a I J material came from this late. The t! lit-tiiiu.. It l. tlu-n tttclr duty a* The Metropolis
fa. leap take aid form
np oxygen oQr*. do not recelr ahither hr It. to K" after tbrut- -to plies
other substance; which hecoaae mixed letter box jou paM on the ato. .
this The I ..
$700
salary a fiu -
year. n prroKtrntlj. wurr'rs..y.nd Has
with the blood. It to thte! hat MbUK your office and the typewriter ill use r perfected arrangements whereby it can offer
priar of IIjTiO la cab to Intended t.reward rrrrl Mju-lr. nniil iliry nrrrmlTJHotKllthii.
*, called adreaxla. which boil the penonal merit ., apaaar there, the hip in the harbor and the{ & i"! ) -.\ man." M;* lie such attractive rates for various newspapersthat

the work of aapplylac the tissues with.iygery sod roe to tbe one who by heroes labor / railroad train you ride in, all bar mayor ..1t'1..-".,.....-.. '"..ruo U1 not ,! there should be no excuse for
which baa ao bag bees credit- brat (toppleaieat the .....1...* of the Connecticut tamp on tbrmomewhere. marry .cwt "Ip..rt a wile la DOt muchof I" in people remaining -
.. to tbej rod corpuadea. The aupra- her .........ad. farioaaly eaoach. the. .-World'* \\ork. a Htlai-ii." ignorance as to the happenings of
renal gland* are eoaaerted by nerve the
wire of police officiate are excluded.. Every rule has Its rxrrptimia. sad is'' year.
with a small organ la the brala the ,.... "
toad t. aerare the aaaaal reward doubt MayorVrmuup lay duwu tola .
"....
of which bas not bees kaowatwhich
has bees bequeathed by )I. CbrtottorCouroBtte. Queer Tana.London dogma with r-rlai. mental pmrrva
} govern. them aid regalat** a former chief clerk la the IkutK. Ttvrr hare bra good t-itiapB. "I I II
.. their abaorptioa of UIMDr.. 8ajon ... Though bridge ha had
.1Ik. of die .1.1"' of acricaltar many of them who serer marrird I RATE.
says that It to .a thla ergaa of th M hisses upon it far about 150 WI.. '
.t aad the only obllratloa obae heals called the aatertoF pituitary Tear*, Lul1ill paid on the
oa the winner to t. plan awreath hacnrlor* today and iMnrmd '.
i Mgr that all polaoaa work aid Hftgata I IJ' I os .be grave of the donor.wa Louses that formerly stood there.I tocbekm aiaay at hat, who an toard.dby I i I
them by aUrrI.. ap the '... Whet, about "the 1756 it wi .. The Daily Metropolisand
year their nrlghlmr fairly ginl nli- i
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a take op awe ,. More ,,.1 P.td' .. '
t' eomboatioa. th ...... I 4. decided to clear the houses from the m. Hnt a. a general profmutiun a One Year
mesas more .
A Turkish ulaiterlal to
portfolio a bridge i-cilain: taxes aDd tithe (arrived alaii gas.! rltlxriHiblp U always l own i
a. of nolBoa of which the symptom tofarce. aort of gold mine to the holder. It.. I and hue been paid ever rinse or Iron IB }peril until b* meet all of its I 1
A Wrong pituitary eaable aatm. I 1 I ...._ $10.00
'I
who hold the
DOt tbe rbder. .... thouch of them !, Daily Imes-Union
tomr
., U the rector of St. 11.pu. and t obligation
t* lay la a. good Bappy "' ricbeat Halm. t..l'lIl1l. ..Ia..a. (13,. I
1".1 I Olive church Not 1 lea than $300 may arenajoat and arcs rrael.'
aid destroy diaeaae germs aid .. I
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ZIII a year which alas that of tb* II The in will watch :
grarral
that th* aae of pHalUrle to aadertood war ... .... The -plnm" of TarkteL 000 haa been paid to these two par- ivunlry with [ji 1 Semi-Weekly Times-Union 550.
,. they ran be cumulated .. occatoa to the admiralty which b the since the decrepit houses which the MereraiM'e rxprriment greetinterest.
fnlTcrwil win biafooo'd '
by drag ao thatt folks with weak I 1.1Bria. formed ialded curkmity !1 with'
tHHOO a )ear and the preaeatbolder ] ) I t'DIere pulled over tie oBtvonie of a proposal Weekly |Metropolis Semi-Weekly Times-
better.
any sake a 8kt agalaatgirma. to Mated' to hare amassed a fortune down. They survived not only the
Dr. Rajooa it.Iders that what : of I2.400.Uin. TIle ailal..ter offorelxa houses but the old bridge itself. whk-b xlll d-lrrmlae* la a measure UQbuilt 1< Union $2.00
bow mavb BOIIH DIPS an wlllmg
w* hare bees Bard to call vitality to affair baa tVn. aid Baaacvome And now there i ia a movement to lie of1a nU.utetaiatloa With Atlanta Journal twice
( to la I way a week
a
Imply pituitary efficiency. AU thl* tofood J next with a tboum.d lower.4aawial I j $,.2r
top tin serial ghost story of taxa rather than run Use Pals ofaatrinMH"
for th* doctor to base If It Isis. With Weekly Palm Beach
ability being appareatly e* News
aid tt to latrreotiag say way. It..to .m
-.d la )BTere ratio to the need fotn.
>,0 always a aattefactloa ...... a Job .I.sand The b.me.. alary to that of tbt tbs.Eggs and ROliUED THE CRAVE __
GuL
(or .. orcaa that ... ..... held tt .to ratbetUber
*. be_.*.. Some day U Buy be dtoarerrd %sinister than they
John Oliver, of
that tb* Temitorai appendix were uniaiuble food for .uuJevts > Philadelphia aa foli,
gouty
ja-LoDdoa Tit take
Tb sum ,, can advantage of these
Is a valuable aaatowiml aaaet and that Bits. bal certain physicians o< lowI. was in aa awful condition offers and cash

a* ma who has loot his may reawa- landing now affirm that they are My skin was almost yellow, eye. soak \ in advance must accompany all orders for

ably aspire .. be preaideaL That tb. Laos-e.o.-...* I seasB.. not fit for human consumption being ea. tongue coated, pal. continually 1* these combinations.

body. should roataiB" aa organ the aolea A Berta.. factory ha*prodacod di... I too highly concentrated for the back and aide, ao appetite, growing i
of which to th* enrichment of tb*
jgi.... who remove. tt IeU.r1'f'f" aot reaaoa- tad Bteaatta. made *f moths qaarttTheae .digestive organ to manage. Eggs weaker day by day. Three physicians i. ADDRESS

....- '* Weekly. are. described a* ....... aw < they say, not only aggravate goat had given m* up. Theo I.. adii od

dear with the effect of dli..... : but cause it. A New York physician : to .** Electric Bitten; to my Joy.: the '4

A. Arttavlol Crrofmaor <-. They are. tot aeariy a* brtttto a* gl.wij who has made a reputation if flrrt bottle mad a decided' Improve 1

:. E. L Mrlioto ... )lr. a sad.... the farther adfaatac of DM: a dietitian will not allow any of bit moL I eonUnnod their n*. for three I Miami Metropolis.J
T. Ball of Cameo afiveraity hare obtalard .....1' easily affntrU" by beat or cold
patient to eat egg more than once week, aad am ace a well man. I
red hot aid hay.tell
heated
be '
They
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may
a very an-arat reprodactioa of three month and *
in even discourage know they robbed the crave of :anothet
lab them wttbenvL.Ible
a earner UD who water roared
xperlmewtlBg
tnetard and other dishe nude victim." No OB* should fall to
f try
With the of Beat Boatlaj .11''''' Thto doe to the faethat
particles pews of .""'- aaiauleae epos **. A quarts expaada or ahrlaka verb' wiU *gg*-Xtw York PosL t...... Only CO cents: guaranteed at ill/

Buk nailer chats of '"'.-atva.: | j a1l'dnI...... '

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GEO. H. MEYERS I IN TIm CIRCUIT COURT or flttUMITEO cried Mw Editk -What 4. JO-
BTATn ]roe THB SOUTHERN -
mean by abasing that poor bttlachildr 1
DtBTRICT Or FLORIDA. '

I. UM matter ot On... iB.Ho. of Land
of
The little child
"poor oa top
Electrical bttmtta Btoeeyne Bay a4 the AUajitlcOcvam.
Contractor the garbage box leaked *

Edith and grinned I= ; _
I The Praaidml .1 the Unlud Stair of through his dirt. The
A.rtea:

I 1113 I Avenue C- T. John F. Horn Eaq: VISIted SutMManhal aggregsively."Don't yon know yon might lam i

Estimates for for the Bouthwm DIR et .f him for lifer she demanded

Florida: OrMtlnc "Aw, go an," said the girl with
";' Malt knows to Elnathaa T. FlaU. Mary the hat pin finally. "It don't hurt

Electric Light \Wiring. Bell wiring. w. Oabom. Freak Mmra. ...... C. 0. him none. II.'. got a pinker cask

bon. Viola U 0......... D. D. H.Mriekon. > on his leg. See?"-Chicago Tnk-

Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. e Buaan. C. Iien4rick.,. sad Mary W. .....
Ovborn, Exaevtrtx. sad Freak Oa -
born Exomtor of .... IBM win and taKe.it _
FREDK. of Esra A. Oaborm. deeeue4, sad
S.
MORSE, an ether aonoae ..-. ted ta tke fellow.rWacrib MAKES A CLEAN 8WXXP.
sag .J Made; that There's nothing Uk. doing a thing

WJser.e a pMJtioa wee aid la the taormchly. Of ail the Salves y.. ever
above ..ucwl|. aaae preying the
REAL ESTATE of cvrtala ...... for the eeadomMtion meef heard of. Boeklea's Aralea Bait hi
Watch this space the Inliad ..a..., nerlliii ae fet. tile beat. It sweepa away sad cane

low:: Commencing a point _till bona. aorea, bralaea. eats boils aloes

Omces ep stairs Cor. A...C sad IS th SC M....d gr'1" :S* MtnutM west M feat frealaotthnu akla eraptioBS and pUea. Ito i
for change of nwmer of the aerthweatenarter
oaly JSe. and guaranteed to glee sat.
of Mrtioa M. ta
tewBafclB M
Miami. Dade Co.. Florda.POWERS' .oath, nnm a.....t. snag thence aavthW tefaetloa. By an druggists
.. ... J
S BriaiilM *i abort 1. foot dw
te the abore of the Atbtutfe r... thaaee
Florida East Coast Railway folk...'''C mid store aontharly for aboutUK .
MEAT MARKET Get. tbonre aorth C ....... M atfa.talon TWO IS EST!!. TBAs'OO- j
.t... west a II... paranal !. sad
distant at. right .".... free the aortaem .,.' Mister for the llaTnoe' ti .,.
boundary .f thai ef readers I Tea vans to safe ...., --j
truut teed
Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats.. Pork. being
Schedules. feacribMl. !" fMt sheet s feat to Jew aad we know how .. help.een J....W.
Sausage Hams Poultry etc. water mark oa __,... .,. thaaeeaorthvrly Ix i It..you say a litUe....1M .
the pnee ef. *paper and get tke.weyosi
following said low
water aiarkabout
tot *rcacc 0. MIAMI. FUMUOA. y
] M elnute..sat Tlaea-f nion and CiUarn ....rseasrthy
talm
< a tee parallel te
and distant at ri bt aawlae free* theMith beeBredaeed (. I h* followlafBrtoee -

........ Are You Going to Build ? ,"ni, boundary ef tale tract ef land Three _&lID..... .._... ..... flM A
,...... -or It.J. re fertj abovt H) feet 8(1.0.41... .. 1
ta the point ef ..(._. eentato- Oae year....................... -,ftWe ..;;
If so, or ti you need building material) of an) lac I Florida: and .
Dally Muaday TlaMe-Ualesi and
kind you should not fail to see .
tae.-ad ClUtesi sad the Xaraorwue ors iSixssoBthe "-
.............. .... |g is .;7
aM aU ....- ntMMled ta er hating Oste year ............. tMWe j
fleaes epee said ...... to M and appear i.- the HestUWasUy
J. A. McDonald & Co. before the Clremlt Coot ef the Catted Ttsses-Valoa and Citizen sad Ik*
States lor the feather Dtatrtet ef Flew Y ITnerou.r ,1 1] -

.Ida.... MM at, JackaoaTWa tees sad ea jfnaaar. Jane Six.ontbe for, ............... | I M
there te lie say ebjeeUoae 0.. ..... .......
they ..,. have, and U anew what year ........ =Ii M 4Tboe
Rash. ** 10 tauter. Lat..Shlaiflew,JUer....... Casings Brick U.. Interest they, and each ef them may have for M cents sire has ha -1*
&1 Co****!Plaster. ....r. Etc. ta the property ......1Iot_ eaierrbia. price of the daily ye* KS. two papers o ;
Yards ate Onto.Awae O and MU--. and to ..... --. |f say they Can why and for fifty_ stir has) the rig.
--- said ...... sbaald Mt be eea4nI. so- slay JJrioe ., tan )MsTBorous ywa feuCitiiea 1,
ear ng to law .. the w*. ef the Called: &M 8ea i-Weekly '!'Iu.... sad '
) Sates: and why each ............* ae hipuillii and he rars.. and Frail ,
Wilson's by law should not be had; whys Grower. i)
Novelty Jury ....... _'!lie alessu.l to Send lOW..1Ieeri,.....(.as. Csk .
the toaagai; why a Jadcawvt ef eon'demaatlooj i la advaaoe always at heae ncluea. f
ehonlJ not be entered ..... Tits MsTBerouuV !.
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the verdict ef the said Jury ta para MUa>iris
II U BOW la operation and ready to receive aace .., the Btatote ta such eve toad. ..{

\ order. and prerldod: why ouch ether sad f r- torA
FOR ANTTHINO IN thor proeecdlace ae may be p4.ndad bymw
-- ta each car aa may be aiLinmry to
WOODNOVELTIES.: enable the rnHed Btatea te........ a per_
Window and door screens, window feet and fee almpta title thereto r'->old Cooley & Homer
J. A. Robbins & Co. sod dos frames, store fixtures, stair not be had.WltnaM i''
work. Inside trimming of an kinds the Honorable afchrllle W. Foltr. -
Chief JoMlre ef the Supreme Court TieRul Esule oJ Raw Afrits -kr-
a R. S. WILSON of thr rnlwd fllataa, and tileS ef
and Oarr1aaeDepo&1'tOry.
Harne88 title Court at the City ef Jackeoavltle.ta I -
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.

t day eaU ef \i-rtl.DMilrt.A. T oa). I tale... tweaty-eeventk I List You Property Will T CL-p.-- k

Quality is remembered long after price is/: -- PLUS a.5 SrSCIFICaTtOM. (seal) E. O. LOCKE.Ctork. r A: one pMee ef bay frost property, '

with riparian nrla, within-a few '
v forgotten. :: ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.IB 'minutes walk ef subs business wins ,..
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-- iflP\V.F \ HAHN the Clmtt Court. Seveath Judicial ,ol Miami beiaa SM feet* hay and "" -

Quality Mkes the Bargain. : Croait.: Dade County Florida. tOO bearing feet tree deep,es barlaf it. Tfcie a lot to W a .ISM... _..

Amelia Ray vs Wade H. Ray divorce. place for a wiater aome. ,
C/ J------ tot: sad 8 ..Ud.zl
TwwlfQx Strwert. Juna.ml.13ne.F. : '
liS. It appearing by affldsv't ; :-
appended to :
I BOW have IB my employ use of the ..
l beat draftsman .a the Booth sad as the bill !In the above stated cans that 32S Tteifti Stmt Stlner 1 ict. < .

Wade H. Ray, the defendant therein MIAMI. FLA. | ,.
better prepared than ever for faraiah-
ramed. Is noa-reeident of the State of
A
Inc plans Had details for good bofld-
BEAVT BLACKSMITHI:Ii
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Florida and Is
now resident of Port-
Hnrse-tUwwin,Warm A:Carriage Week flip, fine cabinet work its
land. Oregon and ls the oftwentrone
B Haven All Kindt RepairingBnxinc I am new headquarters for toned over ace \White\ Eagle Bather Sbo f;
I and Soldering --- -- work aeroU sawing and an work ..- years; It te therefore ordered .
"oL
r All Work Guaraeteed, First-Clase. tally done to a first class plaaiac mm that said IIOII-r..ldetlt defendant Fou CWrs. No WdiJt: .
be and te hereby required to appear to
Send me row orders fur door S and .
Shop 800. Avenue D. window frame, balhutera. brackets the bill of complaint filed IB said. cause Best Service in the Gtj.

on or before IIaotId..,. the th day. of A. COLBY. Proprietor
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etc. and be comrtaeed.
? '! Jane A. D. 194 otherwise the allej 10:1Iftlll.: BXreetClubbing r.

MIAMI. FIMcNeill lions of said Mil will be take a* eoa-
tested by said defeadaat
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tCo. It te farther ordereu that this order t tA '

r SEABOARDAir !>e published once a week for four eoawcntlve -

weeks la the Miami Metropolis Rates. "

(Dally) si newspaper published la w w
Livery Feed, and Sale Stable12th ate county and State i .

Line Railway This tad day. of Ma*. UW. I You can save roooey by subscribing -

f" Street. West of Railroad. E. C. Dcevbom. for the papers.. "-
Clerk Circuit Court.
i' FOR We have gentle horses broke for ladies to ride and drive. 1 8. o. Frllt you want through ,t_


i. Savannah Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines, Good Comfortable Carriages, Robert R. Taylor, Deputy Clerk. The

Richmond Washington Baltimore
t' Raleigh, Solicitor for Compalrs-.t!
Philadelphia. New York. I First class Teams, and Metropolis


f Three Elegant Trains Daily. I Reliable White Drivers. BARBARIANS AT PLAY. We can give you the '

Seaboard New Yorkjji M ited.
Daily Times-Union and
i:: Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail .... ,.....,." .jt................ ...,........." ... Mice Celth. Wee Herrltietf TIN tin
Learned the Truth. Daily Metropolis lor

Mi-4 Edith stepped from the entrance 1 10.00 a year, or botV.
Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida] Pastime"Zodustthl
Record of the tenement boute. Hall for six months tot

f ,... 6-ab..N ,,- T" uww.d r a r tilbrlM traaa. -...... .ectwway orf ......... overtime bjr the reeling odors of
"' -- ---' ..s.rvahM.s.r.-......... PublisMrj 0,.. the Jace the had just left be leaned l.coo.
drs.4.rt.ws wsdy {
w s1e..a.. _11... ........ 11&.. ,......
; ...d hew ta.+.awesewed.le>is.neartwrk..awsa.r -11yiaa.u ___eI F..Lef/a If..kectaaia eaw.aM. the a__aMIcatioa__ It of.10 a b.kaaatifatly... witty.BtaatrakM... fa..iy. aprimt the area railing oblivion *
...... ... ... Hai'ilmt of the
Naeall Da* E4Ma ky a W ( .1 awu aad'mumim.. chattering, shrieking grout The
Only line operating daily tbroogfa sleepers from aM MavaK aN.. I..t kaoaoMae. +ar oa.eft r_fro..ta a4"aach.=+taoaa..r..wsf.oo.sift taaaa..- iat..a..f to yn M .f mall children playing in the

tfSCItl-Tt.he.e: ..__... k... the
Man for pabltcatiou with street
r' Jacksonville to New Orleans. ..-.;,....list dean bsadnd CMamay_ T. .. Ibis tb. ........ ..trurd.ay a -1M. pUn across Dally Metropolis
...Is.a4.fora..11.._11_: rill i.blank bkw sad .e.d r I"tnal a.a.d Presently their thrill shout attracted
c:. JartaaaTtlla. .....wttt ice.e..i/.tate. hOt will W.._ tor_T>af*._> her attention, and V
gent/.. lb a r..4 r ..1,., .
E"7__bay or .....wb .11.r1 ((1top.CIIt eat.... ....r. watched them intentl/T They teemed 400
taiayart>calara Tor full information and sleeper re.ervatiomti call on any agent ol the iaiaioJiilaly a _....., ......... to be playing tome game. Oa Seo&VeetfyTimefLxuon
..r....:r writiy ....... ate. ...... ..1, the of box
Seaboard,or write FturWa .... a top a garbage ttandiaf
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( gay.Industrl ; at the curb line sat a wee and dirt)

1A. 0. IcDOHHBLL aa In. Pm. 1tL' JicbraTil4! Fit l Record Como*ny faced boy, attired in a pink undershirt

a blue calico skirt and a Veal $5.50
S. Cr BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Art.V.LTCK J<< OIJ 'FJ.. I't t of his father, at least twenty a yea.1

too .large for his gaunt little shoulder Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly
-. .f--t.tt..tAA'.a" ..ad4[.w e....... '.a 'p.. All about him in the jnttei Times-Union both

were gathered a dozeD or more little
one
Jakss M. JACK-OS. girls Each of them was armed year.S2.OO.
L GaAttas J. s L PATTCJtvmUK
P...Met tvi..raad..I **sin T..... CentrallvLocateo with some instrument of tortura.
The A majority carried pins and needle,
;
one or two hairpin and the leader The Pompaoofes. .I
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[Dade' Qouijty.bstraet/
: E A.FOfSELL PRorRirroa were "taking turnV* sticking their tlcCoo Pi'0DriedeyPompaocp
into the tender
OartMMfiATEMSe PioneerHotel respective weapons
:, I leg of the baby of the garbage can. Florid
The little fiend r said Miss
WELL BOTU>rWG MIAMI. FLA. -
Edith aloud and rushed the
RATES a.oo across
TO$a.5o PER DAB Accommodabofl: tor reatlessea
street to the torture. As she
., .. stop oal,. Produce
J aria so
t.wlbss.ee..r and' ---.Awa. aaarttaiot TKK svamouy r land ht.sMr Comer Avenue B and I ith street can near she heard the girl with. licitora win Sad that they
_e('_Ae.1.a.I .ay' ."'" Noe.....__.. lass any wens the hat pia cry ..to "I west ia dfnrderist cover asoTt territory ia a .can*
.
MIAMI, FLA. dat timer! (rosa acre, tkaa from any "'TOIl wirfc*!. wbkad .hilhlr.a Ptlk.r point theHB .
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