The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. 1, No. 133.: : i KStYSk: MIAMI, FLORIDA MONDAY, MAY In, 1904. gSStSr: Price 5 Cents

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* (COMPLETED) YANG Weighed THO Hundred and I Run On One Causes Suspension i of TODAY DEAD

" Twenty four Pounds I-I the' other ,

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No Change, t in the Previous WaxhinKton Mj lo Intimation baM And was landed by Captiai Chas. Thorn 'I And Stalemate WISPS be Made Ptadl ,' Baton Rouge La. May 1C.-In tile : Was Cut While Acting as

:i reathed official bore that a great bal- presentof a great It.thmDIe.wtoa

Count to Seconds 'I"tie is imminent in the vicinity of Uao SM last frU as or of Louisiana today, and Jared T.
Yang w here the Russians determined I
are -
Very SIrOlll.f .
5 riJI [ref Cdo IIII Florida Retarded as
to make a stand. The rumor 1s Sanders made UeutenantXiovernor.

I rannot be traced to its source. | In his Inaugural address Governor

Blanchard made a strong appeal for

4 NEW COMMISSIONER! !l'I FIGHTING AT LIAO TANG Some people believe in luck others Macon L., 1C.-I. C. Plant' Son { larger appropriations and more liberal BETWEEN FIGHTING MEN

New Cbwang. May irtiere to ..nI do not, but call it what you m.ylbnco bank and\b Fine National close their legislation for education and legislation J

I unconfirmed rumor here that heavy in no disputing the fact that Captain door thbj morning. The Plants' private to suppress gambling. He promised .
fighting took place yesterday In the that good feeling prevails between i!
Charlie Thompson of the yacht Barracuda I bank;" owned by R. H. Plant, failed :
direction of Uao Yang The reports and this caused a run on the Fin I capital and labor and appealed for the
I* one of the most suoce *ft I !Wound Was hffcted .la sack by
1Dearboro and Frederick to Make Race
of big glint could be faintly heard east fishermen National if which R. H. Plant I* also regulation of the trout and the built
on Biscayne Bay. Dnrinthe ,
, For C4erk frohock and Abram ., of New Chwang at a o-CHick In tnt entire Reason Charlie has caught president) t ling of rood roads. Unknown Assailant at Pcctco: : a

. morning The RuHMvChlnexe bank more large fish and The latter closed after the run hat Governor Blanchard declared that
i more varieties than I'
For Sherlff- lcn letloa of the has been mote to the French room ''any other fisherman In these water, I t rommencad and a notice was posted i lynching should not prevail In Louis Week Aoo-taiproved at First bat

late. and to add to his I that I It would nut open pending the arrival i ana under any circumstances If the
previous good fortune i Died From a Henorbage Yesterday
New County Commlllet-Uttl he of a bank examiner who If expected Intervention of the militia under the
now the
comes to front with the .>
News From the State Candidates- .!II::. So the new board will be Sims. record tarpon of the State a monster today. Until the arrival of tile I I direction of the Governor can prevent I! MonIag-C<
Parrinh and Burdlne measuring seven feet four and on... examiner tto official statement will be It, and If It occurs before such latervei

Looks OLe Tallaferro Win Have to A new election was ordered for et.ecutive .- half Inches In length forry-iour IDt"tIe.liD given out| lion strict Investigations and pros.nations .- ed to Determine Cause of Death
!I It to rtported that the Central of will follow. .
committeeman in Fort Laud..rdale +| girth and weighing 224 pounds- -Body Borkd This Afternoon.
Run Again With Stockton. I I eleven pounds more than the record Georgia and number of Urge mann Speaking of the negro question h.. r.
precinct as Home of the ballot .
i facturing7eonceras were depositors lithe said that the must be
fish caught by Mr. N. M. George twcanons negro preterit
for OJus precinct v t i., .as Tort Lai4erdale ago. Flnt}National bank. The las i la his right to live a peaceable life and -

box and were voted before the I Lest Wednesday Captain Thompson statement the bank .bo..... 1U IIi enjoy the fruits of honest toH. No at I

TIle final navies of tile county vote I mistake was discovered and hence the i with.' Messrs. Job. P. Olive and W. W. t nausea iafgood condition.R. procnes to social equality or recognition DaD Cash the young whit man wh* Y

f> held teat Tuesday was completed this I voter could not all express their pnferences Erwin left here for the tarpon ground Ii H. Plant! I* reputed to be one 01 will be tolerated la Loulslani : week was seriously ago at Pompano stabbed while I. tile endeavor.back a .
and tile
la the South
morning by the county executive'com and oa the following day three men the rich* men The races shall have separate school
between E. T. King and JMnllikla 1I I banks wit which be la connected have lug to separate fighting _. to a .
aritte and the tabulated results an bent of the silver king" tribe were churches, cars and places of amusement I t--
who were both caalldat.-.. been regarded a* strong. There was corpse aDd as a result another murder
Jaewber IB this paper. landed each of the gentlemen captui :
committee I They will both be on th- lie-dot ID BO intimation or Indication of a fallen ,, has been added to the already bug .
The adjourned oa Saturday 'IDI' one. The first fish was caught b)' Governor Blanchard also derurethat
of today list of tragedies la Dade county with
Bight to give R. M. Smith aa opportanlty o ; the next primary. The vote on Id Mr. Olive and measured feet 5 Inch. until}th* development there Is room In this great Southland -
On the door of Plant's Son bank thereIs out the perpetrators being apprehend., t,,,
tt have legal advice on i a I committee wa ai follows: r tin length 3* Inches IB girth and for tile two races to live oa term
B&UCBank closed. Will ed or an effort made to effect their
protest wlkillle had against tile f weighing 179 pounds. Mr. Erwin posted 1M and Th
Sled i Stuart-C. W. McPherson.:4 captured mutual respect, trust help i capture.
tatssBeat" lot
counting of Silver Pals precinct vote No opponi'.KMi. the second measuring ( feet 2 1 Issue I h* said brooks BO Interrerenc

OB die ground that some>> had vote I l.clII: Inches IB girth sad weighIng from without and It to up to the South It will be remembered that Cash
J.plt.-r. M. Powell.. ........-... 4'1 THC ISTHMIAN CANAL. I If I ..
I who la the
was employed tomato la.dustry
vtuoat having..paid their poll Uxei i G. E. Knight.......... 5 135 pounds. Captal. Thompson to handle the problem la such a way; t.' ".

,1for. both Tears. H* appeared before Palm Beach-Geo. W. Potter..... al landed the third and last Ash of the f f Rules aail<., Regulations Have Beet as to famish no occasion for such in- 'on the at night Pompano of the was day near mentioned a store: ;'

tile committee this morning however W. L Metaalf.... C: day. It stretched the tape ( feet 11 1-2 By Officials. terference. fpropertyl'speedy
Agreed Cpon when three !
and withdrew his protest, aot becanw Boy n too-R. H. Rosseau.....'.... :2:so Inches 44 Inches In girth and weighed! I ties aasaiMd DIIO iu.
I -" f Cash. endeavored to prevent the mans :: _:...
18 could lICIt prove his allegations butter .tfwtM IKjpunds. '
.:3Mt ..
op t r. ... -mllr rrtl-I [ Be m gtasyeraIsth.taa : and public trials. corn'
when of
---ill r. Injury one the three turned
;I .f"laa.tk'W BeTray J.-g. ""' 8uDd.'....:......r !:'! On the next day, Friday, 13th.: the' canal have been clf'tf'nlll' ed' upcm at Iconfereme pulsory obtaining of witnesses. as
on him and plunged knife _
a or om
settled without a wrangle. M soon T. J. Hn;jltft.-1 . !:2: record flub was landed after a game: between President Roosevelt. of counsel for defense, 1
sintance reasonable -
sharp instrument Into his back ruttinggai.h
aa he bad don this tile committee proto {.I Pomloo-W. W. Snell . .. 2', fight in which it left the water mini Herri tries Jilt. and Taft and At- ball fair sentences, right: or
a several Inches long and extend
seeded canvasi.lhe vote a* sent ft : I. I. Hardy . ... 2. her of times. Following this on the< tornev-Generil Knox -j* a dispatch free --h. and choir of religious: Ing through to the hollow of the bead,. .
by tile Inspectors and all difference name date Captain Thompson l.nd..1 ;
Fort Lauderdale T. King . from \VaohinKton. practices. .
were thus settled' Certain candidate J. W. MulUk'r another beauty measuring ( feet In While the rivatUm and work of the I The Injured man was brought:; to the

through attorney had reserved tb. i i OJus- Geo. P. Bull. . ..... . to, length.6: : Inches In girth and weighIng commission U (ninmitt...l by lawK I I Right to given the i-ommlwlon! to cxwl city at once and taken to the Pioneer
I I l from the canal zone Idiolv pan Hotel 1 where he treated trs. ).
van by
right to protest against other prerlnctihad No oppiMft'on imi pounds.No the I'remdent. wlnnte authority in that I

Mr. Smith Insisted oa his but with I I. Lemon[ City-W. 4. 1.i1..r. . .1'. fish were caught Saturday morning : regard: virtually IH mi|>reme. the regulation pent, criminals sad protons afflicted Jackson t Cramllng. lie twain to' i
with loathsome ditwaw
this out of the way the whole matter ;'I No oppositionUiaml ; and In the evening the party started direct that the innimisslo.iiha'l or dangerous improve at once and the past few days
r Po.i.r>i >f the mmmfyiilon ini'lnd- th.the .. ...
was smoothed over and the entire I I i for home arriving here yesterday a.i .nMI..re d .t of dapger
-C. D. LeffeS. . :2 J rxrr.-iw Its pijwers under direrlion
-VW.t) return compiled practically ai L. Patt-rc.n . !.., i morning.:. All five of the fish were .J'I ....|..nl"l"n of the Serretarirf > enactment of anifary ordinancesin la> moruinr he *a< sitting!: up talkIng .-

Thrnde by the inspectors. o-oannt Gro.\\. Mioiie :5'J. 1 i brought: back and this! morning wenmeaxured WarSe. the cities of Colon aid Panama to rr''O.IM| and went out uf tlintim .

IB tile OJus precinct.six ballots were F. 3'l.iesbaw. :2'Sutler : and weighed by Mr M. R I retary Taft explained that itHild and the raising; and appropriation 01 for a few minutes and upon his

counted la which had been rejected by ,. -E. H. Klrkn. . . IS' Kellum and other disinterested par .< lie 1 InilxixKlble' for the Presidentto revenues.There return was taken. with a hemorrhage
the Inspectors because the voter had i So oVvu-'.+oz I lie*. give personal attention to the canal Is strict clause for the rlim- and died shortly afterward It is up f

Toted for.t..o. candidates for Senator I I Silver' 1'Dlm--C. W. Hill . *'; Captain Thompson I h. naturally very work and as the War Department I II nation and pmbiblllon of hrtfcrimi or pss.
aDd Governor.<< This did not Invalidate : ..< oppiMltion.JuKtue proud of his record lUh and the all ,I hitherto ha exercised supervisory I I be: use of other gambling device effected hy the rut wa ruptured. .11I0- s

the remainder of the ballot and hence of the Peace round success be baa bad angllni: ,control over public civil and military The 1 letter to the .j..ry i .-.,-ladet. lug the hemorrhageCauh .

they were counted la. One ballot wan I The following; Justices of the ''ratswere tor tarpon this season, his big fish not work it wad deemed adviKable that I I .. follows. : wait a young man .l".n 2i

added to'the Palm Beach rote for similar :' voted l for and received vln ..i. only being the l largest ever caught on the Isthmian Commission shouts operate .-..i.. of the ownership i' by the years of see: and was well and favorably -

reasons,.and one was thrown out : follows' : I. the East Coast but the largest ever under its dlre 1 -tlon. United: biM_ ty -nine seventieth I known lie leaves a father residing -

of Jupiter because the voter was not I I loplter-R. E. U M.Fsrlin . ;3:, caught In the State. The Fort MjremPress Gen. George W. Davis, the army 01 the hares of the capital Ktock of< at Punta kirda.. a. .brother at a.

property registered.Notwithstanding Palm Beech-R. J. Chllllnitmorth.'';' the recognized tarpon authorityMI ., meirber" of the commission I* appointed he Panama ralln..... the general; 1101I. Pompano, an.'' a sister i at Cocoa. the r

all this delay and I Lemon City-H. E. Woonait .. .. T!+ the Wet Coant credits the largest Governor of the American I Icy of the nianal.ters of sain nnul will latter two using present at tae time. .* C.

haggling It must be admitted by all MI.ml-W. 8. Hill .::_ I fish landed In those waters this season ] tone oil the Isthmus He Is given authority .he controlled byj the (.nlt.... Stale A. his death.

.that the commute did right la every J. C. Gramllng . .1' I.t 2m pounds. It... landed April 17 ,, to appoint one judge, who shall nun as pr.<'tlrabt... I desire that all Judge: He>ner wa notified at once

uatasee according to the law, giving Constables: I V W. A.hby Jones. 0(Ware Neck Va.. I II t lerilne' judicial aulhorltr. and If an the members of the Uthmian Canal of the death of Cu, and be had a corner's -

--'f'I'1 voter the benefit of his Intention i uplter-Allen HendersoB. 4't and measured 7 ff'f't.,5. 1-2 Inches In ]! additional Judge is ne-ew-sry. the rwn- Commission be elected. to the board .., Jury empaneled to hear the evience +

as tares It was possible to ._r- Palm Beav'h-H. A. Carlile .. . :2 Ii ength. ,' mission may appoint.him.R. directors of the road and that the 1101I. d and determine the cause of
tala itThere I Robert Hanong. . 13C Mr. Ralph wortIIh ,;tOD. of Cleveand. A. Lane of Higham. M...... wa. Icy of the mad be completely harmon- I eatb.

were many technical points Frank Carlile .... 70 Ohio who was credited! as being I appointed assistant secretary of the led with the poky of the Government The bo for discussion regarding several loa the last trip with Captain Thornp- the dole ot making it an adjunct to the con-'
pre-I C. P. Metcalf .. ... IS ommlssion. He will discharge taker H. M. King and prepared for
cincts. but tile committee ; llaml-U. M. Nicholson.-' son. was not along he having been of secretary until that office to ruction of the canal at the same tim.* "irisl. The funeral will be held. this

wise and right to accept the G. L. Chandler..143 i delayed at home by business, though I Illed.Former. ulfilllng the purpose for whh It wu
afternoon from the undertaking: parmi -
as seat la where there was no apparent election Is still lie Is expected every day when another Instructions to the canal constructed as a route of commercial
la the State mere at 4 o'clock and the intermentwill
fraud or clerical errorv aDd their trip will be made Mid a still largermtch I been leaned In the movement across the Isthmus of Panama. -
little doubt as to whether Tallaft"lTOI commission have i be in the city cemetery Rev. Dr.
decisions must be admitted as fair 1 baa woo In first primary or not It'I i Is anticipated. form of a letter from the President to .- ulwood. officiating.The .
and the people' should I
and accept
right looks as If be will be snort some 5uur i the Secretary of War.A .
u.... such. THE COTTON MARKET.New j jI death of Cash makes three murders -
serious nrrurred
A cutting affray
COO Yotea.Dayia civil, service for the governmentif !
that have occurred In this county
.Th returns show that of the old York. May It.-Futures opened I IDrm. the strip aDd construction of the doing the political meeting In the !
and Broward will have to
during the pant month. The first was
Auard of county commissioners nap n.1.'I > May 132S. June 1340. July 1252.: '' anal Is to be established appointments Milt house square Monday night .r''
but the exact figures are
% over agaia the beating to death of Mr. Savage at
a< wa reaotalnated. John SewelL R. obtainable.Holloway August 121S. September 11SI. October I' to be based on the merit .y.- Tampa H. J. Wcrb. manager of the ,
K. McDonald lacked bat two vote of DOt yet ills. November. December 112S. January clerical department of Caro A Co.. the decay by negroes. The second
defeated Sheats for Super- t '{ tile death of Charlie Jones, colored
T. A. Wlanald and F. C. Afcherlacked em.Contrail
tWag 1124. for all engineering and cigar- manufacturers of West Tampa.
itendent of Public Instruction br I who was chopped la the head with ae
> tea of getting a* many aaMr.
on v construction works are to be awarded received several ugly gashes about the
something lib 3.000 votes. Their van axe hv another negro at Cutler overdispute
defeated O.
.Johns. E. H. tXm ck
PORT ARTHUR CUT OFF. after advertisement. j face neck and bead one of which'
W. Lalnhart bY a vote of bgE.. G. I. this county was &M for Sbeata and New Chwang. May 1C.-The Rn'.lans ; Inhabitants of the canal zone are tn barely atoned tile jugular ".... Ma a originating from gambling
RdcLer 44i for Holloway. I I and the third to the murder of Caxh.
Tweudell defeated 8. 'A.. by aa admit that the railroad Is now closed \* disturbed as little as pmmile In Wolfs formerly of Montgomery Ala..

,:-1ft7 Abram has probably won as Attorney I to Port Arthur and that nothing has heir curtom and vocation Municipal aDd quit recently of this city, and at : JURY OF INQUEST.

For clerk of tile court Mr. J. S.i! General over Ellis by a small been heard from there In three days, laws are to be administered by the present a member of tile firm of Wolf The Jury of Inquest to inquire Int.the .

Frederick will run against Mr. E. C. ojortty. Their vote here was I and six day's mail for points south of ,i rdlnary tribunals as anbstantlaltry A Moiety who operate a schooner line death uf Cash consisted of T. J.

Dearborn having had six more vote* 643, Ellto 4S3.Clark "braln.i slnyea[ was returned here this tfteroon. ,,: aD they were before the change. 0.lice between Hudson, la this State and Itchford. E. F. Holmes. W. H. Put

this Dick Smith the next highest and Barn are still la the high magistrates! and justices of the Cuba for the purpose of carrying lumher J. O. CroMlaad, J. A. Douglass and M.

John Frohork' lacked 1C vote of high column for Congress with the I' The Russians say that General Line- 'i peace aDd other officers dlnrhargia j did the cutting. Wolf I. known I )f. Murdoch met this morning at the

winning over all his opponents and lances that Bam will sot enter the! I Itch with a large army Is moving unties usually devolving nr m the offl I to i be a bad man and a few yean ago office of Judge Heyser'and aster viewing ,

*!t. J. R. Abram will try him for the rare acala.The from VUdlvostocktowards Cores. :tiers of the law will be continued Irfflce t was compelled to leave Montgomery the body adjourned to the county

place .. tile June Tta primary.
J. C. Barteshaw defeated M. W. I Iaa will have to pay assessments KI I Col. W. 8. Preston left at this office i The laws of the land with wUOi I that lie has rat several mea and stalks I aDd render a finding.

supervisor of registration bv j jtvot I follows: I yesterday a specimen onion that to I I inhabitants are familiar rontlan'i about considerable of the time with .> Several witnesses were examined but .:

of MO to ea3: I tR. leriff. 115000 each .. .. S3OO.MQerk hard to beat It to of tile Berm.cIa.] force until altered or aaaalled II'lbe I h hip oa his shouMer Wolf was immediately 1 none of them were positive as to tile

K. Hall won oat as rfcboot super (., $10000 each .... .. SOO.r. variety, and very large weighing inthe commission but "there see eer : arrested and to BOW la jail. :{ entity of the a-maJtont, and at noon

lateadeat by a vote of ID over both j Hector 10.1111 each . .. ISO." i neighborhood of one and a half I taro great principle of government |I bail being refused. 'A.f'rbe..... at-I|a.i adjournment wa taken until this

Harris and King. The table gives the i isetisor. >Sn..OO each. . . 1M.M !Minds.. H* reports others mach larger bleb have been mad the basis for teadflll by Dr C. 8. Bird at police bead- !afternoon when more testimony win

vote la detail. .' .' osecutlng arty. $%5.I each. SO.V than this la his held at AsburndaJe. .. existence as a nation which wr quarters and seemed very weak from bfo taken. though It will be necexxar.

Ell HBM ran ahead of W. U WMe-i He has aa acre sad a half of onion deem essential to the rule of law aD'Ibe loss of Mood. He balls from NewYork. ether adjournment. there ar

meyer a* member of tile county school Total. . . . . .. 100.(11) that are very fine polk county Is the malatenaace of order. and which and to regarded w a peaceable. )other witnesses to be secured from

board bY till to 211. E. W. J. Parrish +[ The same Inspectors were appointed place tar vegetables.-Courier-Inform- 'I shall be la force ,In said son*." '[ young man. and la well connected sadhas Pompano that cannot .he (gotten her

re Hred TM votes and W M BordiM |except la one or two precincts. ant. i The latter tartodes protect. Ion o t i mae frteads.-Tampaj Tn bllae. I tootsT. .. .


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OMZBAL DIRXCTORTMTATEOrriCIBa. Abernethy. J. C. King, H. YAshby i BOLL WEEVIL CAMPAIGN I For Member, County Executive Committee -

: R. Lummns. J. E. SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE PRIMARY for First District, .

__-.. B..I..lWap Atli'lI"lI H F. LaSalle. A. L. j I C. W. MtPHERSON. '0I'

--H.C.C..I0.... Brown, W. )1. IAlller. C. D. Agricultural: Department' Planto I' For Member County Executive Cos,
_rlmllrr -"( ....... C.Casa.a. Hu..h. F' C McDonald. ". A.. I'
1-*. V. kBoU. Fight the Cotton Pest. mlttee for Second District
....-, ,a.r.J -J. .. W K1.M. BurdtD. S. M. I&1Iar4. '\\'. \..
*,.4.1a.&ac adeat of Public --. ....-. .. B'ID&101E.. T. Ierntt. Z. T.BradyE. 1 Partial List of the:! Candidatesto F. M. POWELL.:

___d AITHIUMIT-S.B. LcUn..aaisM4.rslJ. i E. A. CRAWFORD. G. E. KNIGHT.For .
) G. :
.. U. L Past I I IPi f L. Muller APPEOPEUTIOH OF S250000 JUDE be Voted For in This C. O. CODRINGTON. Member County Executive Coavmitteo
.r.rI .1 r..._ IMeraal 1.pro veawsl Bailey B. )I. 31even. '1.'. H. t
hi-TBF GevrruM, t oaptroII.r. Tnniurec. I, W.A.. HOCKED JR. for Third District
*TBef GTBCTB' ..... c-..__. ot ",- n.Io.TIM Budge H. C. lone., Fred 8. at the
St." T*. EaP4'.......ol farm Will B. Co.- County Primary JOHN M. BRYAN.J. GEO. W. POTTER.W. .
.. Bro aler. G. D. JoIoori. T. V. i
., K4 ... Gaveraor. :
dae/ed In Ih 55.15 wer.tP.r.sNNAre
Tnuurar as.a H.Backu. .
!*7"L BurdiDe'. J. 3L McDonald. W. Election.
upOTltrBd.M.f rakiie ..BXnetkia.TB. .. B* Imparted KrBi Ik. Mum..f A. HE. DER80S. Member County Executive Coa
r -.... 1.""' povvraur .. F. W. ldODDOft. G. A..
-' d_ Ty..arer. AuunwrtmvrI .tke Weevil !. .:......, .. 0.- !i W. E. ANDERSON.J. mitts for Fourth District
l........"' --ad I A- .-iuira ....' ..,. -.- Blackman E. V. Nelson. Edwin .
s._ed r.wle lartnielies.l..aN Chame W. IL Peck. R. I. str.p tk laser( W. ADAMS. R. H. RO5SEAC.For .
N ra-TIM .......... -.ca', I Member
County Executive Coat-
-1M'raI srd caaslauoa.W Cohen I. Prout W. w. Ii The secretary of agrh-ulture. James GUT L METCALF.J. .
.. ....,--... |t For the Information of the Demovoters mitt. for Fifth District
& 8. L. I N. WHITNER.
J. H. Patt-
a rata C.*...-I. L KM.. I i Cheatham' Wilson. has approved the pUn for the I iratic of the county a sample
'- I Conrad J. A.. Farrfsh Allan R: cotton boll weevil Inveotlgatlon In thesouthwest. I JOHN Q. SMITH.G. J. S. SCNDAT.
arl'&IXI 'Ul"IT It'1M11tI ballot U printed below, containing: a
Cl'OIIl&IId J. G. RhodN R. W. fur which a special G. P. HEALT.A. T. J. HA TGOOD. .
tF.. T. 1ur.Cktrf JIMI..... I | uartlal list of the candidates to be vox- I For Member Coatemittee "
.. S.tastier. "'...-J..... Clark P. c. RO.e. C. J prlation vf F'-ld1 has been app"'l I C. BLOUNT. JR. County Executive

i. N..11..11....'. Au.OUsM J'-; Drake Gaston Reilly.: J. B. 'available says Waibingkia special ed for at the coming perry.Then H. H. McCREART.H. for Sixth District
t..as.a csti..a Ie Y7 sd tae .1st. will be other names to add aa
......-c.un.l... .ko.Id be s.Mies eJis Douglas. E. B. Ruh Dr. W. B. I I to the St. Louis Hn-u''lt. W. LONG. W. W. SNELL.
'!sllak..ae. .na.tJ. Edw.Brwla the time does not expire until April L I. HARDT.
I.C Dots, J. K. Ramp' ; Secretary Wilson believes that the

C w IEIUTOaa. W. W. Rauleraoo.. H. I beet method fur ui.-r.ln;: .
....1_ r. Tall.........lar..IIL.I' Babe Dr. G. Rnmph. Ceo.Friaaell. 1,I cauiwd by the boll weevil ..1U be to and have their names PUt on the ballot J. B. BROWNS for Seventh District
era.atepbea L 1&a erJ......-.... The ballot when printed for UM a:
.. O. C. SaSord. L. B | pat Into actual practice toe facts which ,. C. GIBBONS, E. T. KING

r- u.a.COM U814I1U.. FIaDa a. R. 8. SswelU I. O.Fre4enet. > have been accumulated by tbe d. IIrt.I I. be lection will be more than twice M F. W POPE. JOHN MTLUKIN.

r rmtDMrtet-MMBmnlac Ue East CosrtBfow )- J. 8. daxelby.: J. G. | went dunne the lust two jrnrs In tbeI long as this one aa here are to be rule For Member County Exscnilva Committee -

r bra.. ass.:..Ire.1i- ratan..eee.d a,. M.: aw+n.a.p rra... J. B. ulxner. (;. F.Oerlack. I I aaatler of Improving cultural cootUtloo I between each lame and blank lines I for Eighth District.

A. P. Smith Julius the planting of early maturiuc on which to write other aamoa. For Judge of Circuit Court-Sereath CEO. P. BULL.

&AJLlWAlI oo.XIIIIIIO.I&I.I. Glrtmaa. James gtoneman. F. B. ', TarMIe *f cotton subntltution of other Voters can begin practidBg on marking Circuit For Member County Executive Cosamlttoa -

Oomph. C for
-. Key Wad. CMI..... which WIT snbmltted by Dr. B. T Ninth District. .
T. N. Shanahaa. M. of bo candidates for which they: win
F :. a. nwrr. USUs Wwr.LCC.DDw Galloway chief of the bur.... of plant W. A. FILER. ,

(: YJClark= Graham. 8. SewcU. John Industry awl Dr. Howard chief of the wish to vote. For States Attorney-Seventh Circuit For Member County Executive Cooamlttoa ,': .
aM .wear .. Dot..... aQ. Gar al4.. C. H. Seymour. R. H. CtCIL; C. BtTT. :
"Darr "-'- of entomology embody tbe tat tor tenth District ;
Gramllng. J. C. ----
tewtslls. I. P. JOHN
lowing !ones or tnveaugsNm: "C JONES. 8. L. PATTERSON.

C.JlIUIOBEL Gallatt. P. Shaw. H. B.Outhr. Farmers co-operative demonstration I For Lilted State SenatorWILKINSON CD. LEFFLER.

waa L t.UI7. MlaaU.agJIATua R. B. Taylor R. R. work will involve the ......1aatloll of CALL. State Senator
For I3th
DistrictU. For Member Executive
lira DUTRIcrBaiWaoiacBfSvaraaaJP Orlfflng. A. M. Tmrnags. J. LOlrtmu. farmers In Texaa and adjacent state WILLIAM 8. JENNINGS.' 2. SAMS for eo.---4I. .
mlttoa Eleventh
W. H. Tatum, B. B. la such a way aa to secure the cultivation District
M Cs aiiss4B ) J. N. C. STOCKTON. F. M.
Hays. H. Tatunu J. H. of trots of cotton: under specific HUDSON J. F. BURTESHAW.W. .
L *Ha *. Paba Beosh.oug Instructions tl'Olllbe department ofagrkvltura JAMES P. TAUAFERRO. J. SHONE.
Hill. L. E.
coorrr urtnEirrATirB.teai Hunter 3. G. Watson C. ILHIll Thus a detnlte working For the Legislator For Member County Exocnlivo Committee -
plan. -will be given to each farmer the For Represeatative la Congress: -Second
.. Elag.fnUtrtl Dtotrlct.K. .
Winiam. F. H.
Whortoa. .
farmer himself to famish the seed and Congroaskmal DistrictJ. -

DADa cocrrr omcKU. Hlthe qtoe" 1C. r.w.Jte, E. L. fertilizers If such are required." These E. ALEXANDER SUTTOX H. KIRKMAN. j

w -assay jots-AnsaE.Bryisr.MtojiI Heyaer A. E. Wall T. A. awe of cotton will serve aa object lessens J. K. B.uutS.FKANJt For Member County Executive Cou>
_, and will be the For Clerk of Circuit Court mlttoa for Thirteenth District.C .
'sera" "-oaitaoa Basssr a ... Hall W. W. Whaler. H. T. planned to show CLARK.CH.uu.ES

_w .. .Caowaot Gf.- Hahn, P. W. Woriey.: O. A. practicability of growing cotton despitethe E. C. DEARBORN. W. HILL. a
,t.k.....1IIaai. DOUGHERTY.
presence of the weeviL Similar J. 8. FREDERICK. For Member County Executive Committee '
Hashes W. D. Wilson J. L
t.asosrsfTsaas-nsa.J.' ......... .,.,.. work win be carried In Louisiana W. P. WATSOS.or .
Honor J. W. Woodworth. J. T. r T. MERRITTR. for Fourteenth District
of Ta es-L........Ural where the weevil baa not yet advanced. ...
2aes-C.li.ta.Ye..s, Miss J.... 1C. E. Wilson. R. S.Kolh. HOLLY.
It Is have 8.000
planned lo loOuO
M ..,. >.I eI hllAie I.,.. A. J. ZbBaalo*. C. L. ".If', ..dtlce Snpritai Coirt-Sis C. W. SULLIVAN.
--'T. 1Iemu......y- farmers engaged l. tola work. .
;' .... af o-a&, 0.u/.r..errl3e.. W.tai.kad.CkWseaa Breeding and selection work win Years For Sheriff For Justice of the Peace Second District. '
wed Pala ;
......... Jasper: L L .DeeaW, hIfaN..IL Bo Was have for Ita object the. Uuprovement.of R F. TATLOR. JOHN FROHOCK. .

..-. ......; .. a rftrd.A.NOa'add "Donl stand oa ceremony. COOM ." present varieties cotton, with a view. J. R. ABRAMS. R. E. L-.McFARUN.
LC.--. (
a..,.,:......l. aid a lady to an old farmer who hod lo making them more proUfle' and For Jnsticea of Supreme Court (Vote JOHN R. ONEAL. For JiuUro of IK* Poaco-ThM DMrlet.

ctsctnr OOCBT or agrprracncurr. IVDICUL called U see her baabaad.My I. earlier. so .. I. prevent the ravages of for thrver J. M. WILLIAMS.For R. J. CHILUNOWORTH.

gradonat Ezenat m*, ..,..- Ik* weevil. The work wlU be conducttd R. 8. COCJtJtE1.1.T. For Ja.tlce of the Peaeo. Ninth Dto-

}G Bai.raoiaaDsos sot arks e.uatleaj1v..kJsdpYi..rs.J..e..tlar.tll. exclaimed the otter jumping hastily on experimental farms, which will
.. aside. -I thought I waa only( standing ho selected! with due respect' to eUmatic. M. 8HACKLEFORD.J. County TreasurerC fist

}P'eseaaS' Atsersey-l.0. BSOIL.Uvbvsos oa the .__t.--YftB. ; poll and other condition B. WBITFIELD. H. RAfLERSOX H. J:. WOOOALL

1 r e Fall?lark Tara ad .of.i.Oimu Curt_....... Fin The bill making the .appropriation \ BEN H. DOSTER. For Justice of the Peace. Teat Dtotrtet. -

_o.da.17.ra roartfe s. rtrst atMasit MsoiUr la alter_Pwta.<. .. ....... Foro Woll. recta the secretary t. Instigate other For Coreraor '

.MMJ""' Was It a areweil court atksd the tnaecta and diseases, and one serious N. B. BROWARD, For Tax Collector W. a HILL. '1 1J

DADa cotrrrr OOC&T.w.ty .. tr1eDcI.r malady which will receive attention hi C M. BROWN. W. E.. NORTON.R C GRAMUNG.
should say not. mpondod the i the no called cotton root rot. This I
= ...-tn s E. Ber*r.YWlP.eweatty R. W. DAVIS B. McLENDON.W. For Justin of tie Peace ThlrtIMI&,
aua.er-J.T. ae.d.ta 11-.1. hoavy tragediaa. who had beta grsotsd work win he In tile direction of securlag "
r WJ.YS Terse-Ptnt Me.da7 ta,Ja-.." with Tcrrtpo regetabloa. "I sever unman varieties by selection and D. H. MATS. G. DEBERRT. District
.....,r AL .
apMPgT.ra-Flr1_- --""" ..... V.I.\J. fared worse la mj I1te."-nDa4aJpIaIatr.ecord. breeding and the testing ., types that 'CHARLES PEACOCK. H. J. BURKHART. :ti i

fill Twa-I'In'_...., b a.oMS. already have been selected. Far Secretary >< i 'nl. T. N. GACTIER. For Constable for Second District: ,

v....LARDOFFICLGAI7tit1fU.L .- .DirersineaUoa ., crops to considered j. ;:. id. xnrr.H. ALLEN HENDERSON.For .

.. ..CIte..... 5..4eeV QUICK ARREST. oat of the a ott Important Ilea ., .
e ...._tsgl.w.CHCCH C. CRAWFORD. For County Assessor of TaxoaGEO. Constable for mid District
work and will have for Its object demonstration ,
J. A. work In the direction of
Culledgs. of Verbena. Ala.
f"fftft'.UoonM ..d U awet- was growing other. than cotton' and CEO L. Nd>OSALI). RIBERT HANONG.
1"--_.........,8s.da? -" slit abrckP.s twice la the hospital from a sever crops Far Attorney: General C. L. XIMANIE3.Tor FRANK CARLISLE :4
bpUM of forage crops with cotton. Diversification
cs. Toonsf
... M *
< ; =at .: ra .. rue of piles causing 24 tumors. Attn C P. ;y j
i.l f: farms will be secured by cooperation W. H. ELLIS. METCALF. .
w .... ...., :.r f"eP A .rordl ,I.r. doctors and all remedies failed. Burk- i,
.... .. k5Tal1T.s.hator. with the. farmers themselves.( A. ST. CLAIRABRAM3.For Prosecuting Attorney For Constable for Tenth District
lea'a. Arnica Salve quickly arrested Thirteen of these farms will be loiatcd -, .
't..atw Etaai ,,&. weelS. Varier Lee- H. F. ATKINSON G. L. CHANDLER.
u cash 'is e.et-Pewee aedltig w..... further Inflammatioa and cured him.It la Texas, Ave la Loublana. three in L. M. r

a.M P....1..U. all p.a..;.pusdal.: fp'ret aebes a ears a& .sac" *"* p cuoquers.and kills pain. %5r. at alldrunl. Mississippi.and several other, rottengrowing I Comptroller A. C. CROOM. JAMES ROBT. T. SANDERS. NICHOLSON e';

pivecktag. &I;AI p. ....c.a. P1 L'.'-. ..... states.after R TAILOR -
ruw. The fongstsg wort will Le ......... I CROWING ACHES AND PAINS.

Lest... C..see A..... C..J 111* I by ct-bureau of plant.;; I For State Treasurer '
....-.........,.&I I' .'_' a. a ""M"- II ud"I'1:1 For County Judce 1- '
raaol: s G....; rnBcklBc at J-o' p. .. I Pies.lI The division. .f entomology: W.: V. KNOTT.For A. BreatoD
I1.Mta ...... C..1... ..; Jsaler. .k'lr. > ; Chklgoe learn of the wire finite Its Investigations' on E. HETSER. April 15. 19O2: .-i have ...eiwBallard' I .

=a st a .:eMek. Prato; A U a.Staa r.ek we4reda e u.L of a ntilroiI) man who bat a most farms Thirteen farms for the growing | State Superintendent of Public In. H B. SAUNTERS. Jr. Snow Liniment my familyfor
of cotton will be located la Tessa and
4.savtta PM II'
enviable reputation as a baker of struction three years. I would not be without -

..._T._._.".'"_Caeaca.,.. rra P.,.L.AMOM. II .'.*"?B; sad JS1 Mtk pie>. Her pies are not "the kind for the their Investigations object" the conducted determination will have of \\. H. HOLLOW AT. For County Superintendent of Pnhlk It In the home. I have used. It .amy

.-..... N. a Bvrsisc ; mother used to make." They art numerous questions relative to combating "'. N. SHEATS. Instruction little girl for growing pains and
..,...ear t. Rely = -.rr Brad
seedsy N a elL Ptre N..alt M toi penen*. They are the kind ,b. the boll weevil, which have not R. E. HALL. aches In her knees. It cured her right

pet 4A1.Grew. Blast..aJI.sad titni. sad M. a.rnwta.BL r>u.am.a B Carr.rtorrsoMrraatui. I bale hert-lf. Thtre.re no other yet lieea definitely settled. The qneI' I For CommlMloner of Agriculture JAMES C HARRIS. away. I have rso! mind. It for frostbitten

like them. Her apple pies are filled tloa of the effect of fertiliser on the' ( FT' R. KING .. .
tk siiMt sad A.......e A- B. E ) (-UX. feet with JIf1IIrf. ..... It"

s f wWae__wda..rs.r slit clork E with the apple that made Adam early maturing of cottons win be con :' ; the best liniment I ever ......" Sc, Site.tl.au. .
lade',.,Suad.y.. aag ..' sidered. It to planned that these farms ,
D.. :"J'P _Parts.a.rensu forget lie was in the garden of Eden.It For itallroad CommlssioferB Sold r-y Red Curie Pharmacy.
shall embrace about 100 acres each.Invnutlgatlool For aa-rvisur <>f R..llOtralioa-i <
.. altar. las1STT.'seta .t 101.... II U claimed the make a buckle- I L. MORGAN.For ,
A P.c.-r.--. ,... aM tac7 f-a berry pie to ambrosial that it doet of parasites In tbe I J C BITJTEH\W ;
,. .s's..a..eves........... original home of the weevil will be I M.V. GOODS Cleaning Hardwaod Floors.Louel.v4.r .
stain the teeth. First
MIAMI BOARD OF TRADB.i I not thing we.I made the object being to Introduce I Ithese Adjutant-General \
r know home one will nuke a mincepie parasites Into Texas with the I Ihope wn. ha* esprl-
I. tLat does Dot give one that of For County CUlllmioo..rn" iHT'fm.: .vderblet1adicult\! l k *pin '
securing the destruction
7..Id.nR.. WOHaai M. Browa.First I. ALLEN THOMAS. : !bITJ.......1 l floor in .. l
/ a : fi con>JIk -
;loot f Eat. through them DIM !
va.--I'I......*. T. V. Moors.ffasoi t cvIing."WLat. to of the boll weevil. In- ret-
Tits...,......." 1. E. Lu...... I' apeetton cotton products, their furnlI I F. AICKER: ti >T II.-IVMI-I: t' .ir etc has oiTpti the '

iiiiBlsi9. E. V. Blaclt8. -*. -- -- I gaV>a and general expenses attending i ii For State ChemlM il I:. :;JOHNS j>r"!"''c"i !it .1 t tt,--hiM: w !ht.>*I I- ,-!.asm

rrsaoiirar. B. Tatum. A STARTLING TEST. i I the certiacaUon required by state tows | R. E. ROSE.( I tel l t', "i., mmli unenor to t'tel of

.' Boar of GovernorsW.. M. Brown.t !. r will be another line of work condixled II I- riili'r' : '..ith/ .il. a* It leate r JLsjr j

V. II..... J. E. Lor........ A. I:. Heron i i To I by the entomologist. { |For Presidential F.lt'C'tora- I I For Tn-tntv r'" !!:,"imliiner-Second ; ,.. '1,1. .",,llv '?". ''' T' door
save B life. Dr T. G. ofNo.
-'. J. B. ReUJ,. F. W. Hake. W. W. Invettlg-itlon Into the life hI.,., H. B BKTI.EY. in.tMrt- i ic .'rat ewe", with oft to/o.: / t-ti .
FTM:. *.... Bewell.BTANDINO Mehoopany. Pa, made a startllag,.' and habits of toe weevil and for the ,
T. A. JENNINGS.J. GtO: \V. L.\lSH.'RT. I r.fiMullIMII with a iuliux Uaruptl
tent resulting In a wonderful- cure. general testing of poi"" .* and machines!I Ii I
B L B. C. KOONCE E. H. DIMICK.For ..th. TJtrd the
LAWB-ABBO. W. R ; Patterson : enllfok"
Ue writes i: be'
"a patient was attacked. will aim be made. This work will
.......... James T.; ".- H.: j'! carried i A B. NEWTON \ic :IIine.ever with a nrxturtconi.t-
with violent hemorrhages caused by oa necessarily In tbe boll weevil !
W-.. 0. A. tag of half of the \.. \ furniture
Infested district. Investigation of othar F B 8TONEMAN 'ul[> -
BRIUOP -Ballet'. R M: :-11 -. F ulceration of the .Ioma.h. I bad often ,i, ; County CommissionerThird
disease.... tlie tones' boll weevil.. |.oh.i| d;.,..,he W.; H...... F. W4 Row. C. I.; f'N I I I taelndlag the destructive cotton bollworm ... I BfHleratcIv hot wsicr.Vt bcn dry
I acute stomach and liver trouble so iprescribed I|Fur Delegates at .. .f'. National Convention R E. MCDONALD.T. |I'
HEALTH AND BANITART-Jackiwi. which Is one of the most serious the iKinrJ' are said to acquire doo

I. M. *r.: Front W. W.: wa.: .... 'MInanaaaji. them. The patient gained pouts la w..ral southern cotton grow T. J. APPLEVARD. A. \\lSFlEW.ror polish a* the mull of tin (>rocea.liver

seepk.; R. i.; =... H. M. from the Hrst. and baa not had aa attack biz states, win be carried on.

RIVERS AND HARD RS-lar'.be&d.. In rou"IIIODtlll.." ElectricBitten The orgaalxatloo of the work on tbecooperative W. J. HILLMAN. County Commissioner-Fourth I and Caeosr Combined.Tlie b

Chaa. H.; a_..... E:Award c.: T Unv are positively: guaranteed forDyspp.Is I demonstration farms hasbecnn CLAUDE L'ENGLC. Pint i let- combination\ of silver and

B 8.; Baoxaaoji M., seder the charge of S. A A. P. JORDAN' I
Indlgnttloa. Constipation Dr. htimiilieU copier now m fjshioaablnI
>. K. U: Lonor. C. D4 Lwu ua. and Kidney troubles. Try: them. Only I LEE ALLEN.For I anisticaih introluc-eH>> in a SaD

C-; Erwtii. Wot W. McDonald. J. A. jt
CHARITIES-Bytagtoa. t T.; Oo tB.IB II Dr. Otto Fiedler the city chemist. olMilwaukee W. J. BRT AX. I i | mouth and bottom of which an ee]

*. J. tt: Do .*... ... R: 0.. t er. T. : I has mad. tone .tarttlngdlscoveriea c. A. CARSON County Commissioner Fifth the copper the stem of doll silver

K AOL; xao-ULTCRL-BI.rkaaw...... C. U E. v.; !;: of Jersey. when examining old paper CLEON A. STEPHENS !h.t rkt- 'Hie 1 oilrer is in the shape of lilies/

MJTSB. F. B-: TatMS. J. H.: orttr.... The Jesuit fathers. un-il recent I Money says tbe Chicago RecordHeeaid. 8 A. BEI.cHER iftvet-a whose ]*>n': stema the froe

... M ; Dora. J. 1C .1 located at the Frederick (Ud.) uo- j (hi one very much wore Mn W 1i I For Delegate National Convention- E. G TWEED ELL. .''ae' U SMA.

PUBLIC BtlLDtlcaB-HorBor. WK. .: vitiate awl now on the Hudson 'i, found more than yiui.uuj bacteria e* Second Concremlonal District

*8...... r..: Rotny. i. R: .n.Jc j ..1C1fbet'.011'. on another S.WX while n L. c\ruEx
near I'onghleep. had cnneideraisle -::: .. For Members Board of Public. Instruction.
: *. fThBler. H. T.IIAHUFACTt."JUSP'r.IL. a new bill that had been wed only :-
Glee c.: / trouble organizing for tie big : a little' HUO were found. II. Klcdkr Pint District

Masse ?. T.; Cowrad J. A; R1M eL R. removal and impressed into service !; says hi spite of this great lumber of'' T. S. \XDERSOX. W. LWDEMETER. I It Is raid that nothing ta ..>:.- except

t Radii J. B. I one of the hotel janitor, who hap grass he does not know that any am' J E. T. BOWDEXror t ELI SIMS death and taxes, but that Is not nltogether -

., r.DUCATION.u-. W. M' I' Drned to be at the depot lo cam dangerous to health though It la probable .
liftman B. For Member* Lard of Public. Inntrue- tme. Dr. King's New [) _-
HU W. W; OoBttor. [luggage. A on a traiit that some of the ...0ION i i Member
J. 0. "mttb.jnw pa aeoger at Large. Sate CommltVofe tine tar Is
La"'a.. .. I.: Baaethy. ; 11ft are. ( Second District err Consumption a rein euro fot
noted the battle of
: KB** A. IfMMIORATIOSBlaeksiaB. going through app- j E. I:. J PARRISH.For all lung and throat troubles.. Thousands -
E V. and asked where the fa-
moving BeaUa'. Hew ratke....1. ( for Thirteen ) Meatier Hoard of Public Instruction ran testify to haL Br,. C B.Van ,:
__ F. B.. Dora. J. 5.. then going. I
were Bishop Brent has wu-vtl three and R B GARXETT Third District Metre. of Sheph rdtu.a. W. Va. 4
M "r..t. J. W.Tat./ "Cp on the Hudson said for a half acres of laud la ManlU.. not fat W W FARMER. T
*.s. Rw.; i W M BCRDINE navs "I bad a severe i axe of Rmnchltla
'M I t. janitor picking up a grip. front tbe Lu....... fur the use of arathnlral C.EO I. BHL.
l-dg,, n. e C. H.: Reilly. | \I I- and for a year tried e rerything I heard
The noticed the initial Thef1Jj !
to cost Fl ntjrn. -
passenger j
B.; Bew..n. Jobs.IDVSRTI1INOViva.. B X MATHES Ij of, but Rot; no relief One bottle of Dr.
a. .8.: 81'_ "S. J." on the gnp IKIMM call Kt. Kirpl -B-. ('bur"II. whk-ft l> t' FLETCHERN j I For Comity Member State Commltte- .

... F. B.; Bytastofc E. T.. ; Btarkman.E "Wb.1 does that stand for?' U oral ..bM,1.0 per.nii.Tlie IITiVnt E. X DIMICK. a New" Di.covery then cured BMabxulutHy

". B.cMrbIII.. F. Led.Tlie T>nn-i." r>K>b.'|i uncut does no' A BUTCH l Ifs lafallible for Croup.
; a< j F B Sro EIAS.
7b fun list ot __1Ien. aumberJagfaoty replied : think that H I* within hU province ta K B RAIT.ERSOXV Whooping ('tJ janitor promptljr
draw the Fltlrtnoa ..... th M MILTON JR. t tJ
In afl are aa follows: That'a their destination-tul 1 from and Consumption. Try It II'. guaranteed -

f' f *._. W. KJaekaou' J. M. Jr. orbs of Jerrie!"Lippincott'a. rathollc chun-L M LAM aR | For Fish and Came Warden 'I' by all drncxists." Trial bottle

i- .,.... W KKolh.. A. J. 1ss j.J. jt | H. L.: DODD.L'.4. E. A. GRAHAM I: free Regular slue Sue. and f t..*.


k ,2.A _.......... .L... ..i rarf-inTi. '*_ .... .. ,'-, .."" :........... .::.; ., --..:.-..-: '.ft;.:,.",. ...... ..; ------.-.... '. ,-..,;; ", 1oL '_,,_ _-ate ._ate. a ._". ,.ate. '. _..*

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'" -- -
; certificate of f ott date for the offlce of Clerk of the Cb.
I a exemption two INSPECTORS APPOINTED.The .
I II ( I'I(cult court, subject to the action of tbe I
OFFICIAL CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION years.PAYMENT Democratic party. Primary election May
OF POLL TAXES. I*. Uo 4. meeting was called to order cy

'the professions t i iI ,' In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. 8. FREDERICK. Chairman Filer in the city hall, M.uil.

I primary election on May 10th or June i I Fla., at p. m.. April 11 1904.
Rules and Regulations to Govern the. Primary to be Held' May ::
7. 1904. poll taxes for 190! and 1903 FOR TAX .LECTOR. I Th. following members were present

I!II 10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County. I 1 must be paid on or before E o'clock P. II !| I hereby announce myself a candidate r In person or by proxy: Messrs. Johns,

I M. Friday April 2). 1)04 (ten days be- for the office of tax collector of Jones Potter, Ljaian. King. Bill,,

atsrsoa di ,I I fore the first primary election). Dade County, subject to the action of II flier Burteshaw. and Klrkmaa.

A meeting ef the County Democratic flaw; and shill at once forward the the coming Democratic primary Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected:

AT LAW. Executive Committee for Dade county. returns to the Chairman of the County NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. dw T. N. GAUTIER. acting secretary.The .

.U1 practice Is all_".. 8UU a4 r4Ml : Florida ,.as held at Miami. Florida, I Executive Committee minutes of the la>t meeting wre'
spcdal.eellittotor .....'-'--.-* perfectinf on the 11th day ef April. A. D. 1% i The assessment to be paid by the I Notice U hereby given that the Registration FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. read and approved.

lead TIUos.r pursuant to adjournment snows candidate shall be as follow: Book of Dad County, for I hereby respectfully: announce myself The call for primary a as au.r..hl

o.aoa .-,. Miami. Fla.- I: The following amended call for a Representative ....... ........ fll 00 the primary election to be held May 10. as a candidate for the office ofState' I i.. follows: '

-O -T.- SIAGGS. K. IL, 1 primary election was adopted to-wit: Senator . . ... ....... .. IS 00 19M, will be opened In the several' Attorney of the Seventh Judicial See official call on third page.

Notice i* hereby given that there ''Sheriff ... . ...... ... ....... 35 00 election districts of Dad county Florida Circuit subject to the vote of A motion u1ll&4e by Mr. Klrkuaa:

One-...*..with- .11 14 Mm Cm Pbarmoey | will be a Democratic Primary Eeleetlon Clerk of the Circuit Court...... 30 00 on the 29th day of March A. D. the Democratic prims7.dw ;o DHIIID&te1117 commissioner

saner A" C held In the several e'ectlon' districts Tax Assessor .................. 20 00 1904. and win be closed on the 26th CECIL O. BUTT. and members of the school boas t>ylUtricts.

MIAMI. FLORIDA.DS of Dade county Florida, on May j Tax Collector ................. 25 Obj day of April. A. D. 1904. I Same was defeated by a

10th 1904. and If necessary, on June (! County Treasurer ............. 20 00 I Th) following persons are hereby FOR COUNTY SCHOOL STPKRINTXNDEXT. vote of t to *

J. M. JACKSON, 1JL, I :the 1904, for the nomination of all 'j County Judge ...............'.. 15 00 ; appointed 4-Vjij c.t.intlonfierr* : A communication from a merlin of
OPTICS: Democratic candidates. State and couni I County) Attorney .............. 10 00 'i-r tl.. rave Ucui' district, lo- > for I hereby Superintendent snnouiye of myself Public a Instrwetioai TTT -** candidate held In Miami Hay 1* W4.

HOTEL BitCAYSK BLOCK A va. D. i ty. to be voted for by the Democratic ; Superintendent of Public Instruction wit. ',! of Dade County subject to tbe wffl of was read and discussed by various candidates '

'electors at the General Election to be I ...... ........... I 00 Number One Stuart-W. O. Parka. tbe voters as may be expressed at the +! before the committee. Finally

MIAMI FLORIDA. :bold November 8th. 194. and to be appointed I(County Commissioner ......... I 00 1 I'I'' Number Two. Jupiter R. E. L. Me- ;!''approaching Democratic primary eIeetIoa."JI .' the following Inspector, clerks and

by the Democratic Governor I Farland. !I :. $ALI. polling place wen decided upon for
Supervisor of RegIn:raUoo. ... I 00 dw .
DR' W. B. RUSH. I of the State between the date of holding rMember of County School B'rd. 1 00 Number Three, West Palm BeachE. Miami piaFOrt : the following precincts

omc. m-ltth street 'Phone "4 4.' such primary election and the holdIng 'Justice of the Peace.......... 1 00 H. Dimkk. | TAX ASSESSOR.I I No. laipecton.. Gen McPherson

Residence. 10th Street and Avenue of the primary election A. D. 190C, Constable .. ............... 100 Number Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) I hereby announce myself a* a Ernest Stypmaa. J. M. Enata; den.H. .
*. and of Democratic candidate for W. Homey; polling place, tore of
*. ***' ""* a j : Warden ane. Peace. I
United States Senator to be voted for 1 l- Mia Walter Kltcalag.
mber Five Delray-H. J. Sterling. i
I AU candidates are required to file a Dad County subject to the action of
by the Democratic members of the Legislature No. J-Inipecton. E. Edward. J. B.Iaar. .
Number Six Pompano Cavender. !
;written application to hare hi*,name the Democratic primary.d .
r. w. BACKUS, of the State o fFlorida, at Its Henry Brool ;er; clerk. E. C. Miller -
Number Fort Landerdale W.
RcItIT T. appear apou the official ballot, on C. L. XnUNIES. I
session In A. D. 1905. ; polling place, school bouse.j .
Detail. Made blanks furnished by the Committee, I M. (
Flans gpeeiflcation. The follow lug officer are to be nomInated j No. J.-laspectc r*. H. L. H Uer. L>
for Buildings of All Kind. Fine accompanied with the fee above set Number Eight OJus-J. W. Ire*. FOR STATE: I
i at said primary election to-wlt: SKNA10R. W. Burkhardt. N| H. BUtch; clerk. J
Residence a Specialty.OFFICE forth with 8. L. Patterson, Secretary Number Nine Lemon City-Warren I myself 1
1 United States Senator. i hereby announce a* a candidate W. Comstock; polling place cia
D. I'
1315. AVEXCE i I of the County Democratic ExecutiveCommittee i MltchelL for
I 1 Representative la Congress. Second State Senator from the Thirteenth house.
j on or before the 21st day Number Tea. Mlaml-C D. Leffler. '; I
Congressional District ''of Senatorial District of Florida, No. Inspector. XT H. Cox C A.
April. A. D. 1904. Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove I '!
J. L CHAFEBI 1 Justice of the Supreme Court; for the subject to the will of the Democratic Mall Jess Danghtry; clerk Gullet
DL This April llth A. T. Carter. I
full term of six /e.n. i 1904.W party to be expressed at the primary I, Pence; polling place, school -.
A. I
Flier Number Twelve Cutler-D.CBrown.
DENTIST. 1 Justices of the Supreme Court. j election May 10. UAi.F. No. 5-1D.pecton, J. E. Chamber.
*** e**-t ** Attest: Number Thirteen. Silver Palm--C. M I1UDSON.Tfht. '11. B.
Taylor T. M.
Otc la Wsttoa KaMlag.S !? 1 Governor. 1 McRae; clerk H.
.AD.M iSta.Mnet. George P. .
FLOIRDA. 1 Secretary of Stater1AttorneyGeneraL ( oW. HilL ...., Fla.I P. Hodges; polling place school house.

MIAMI I QUALIFICATION'pro OF tern.VOTERS. ';1. Number, Fourteen, Deerfl!ld-O. W.Sullivan. j I No. I-ID.pecton, Z. Cavender. Jae.

I I1 Comptroller. I I FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. ICmstead. R. F. Saxon; clerk. W. B.
> First PrlDIU-Taeed&J. May 10
Home Seekers 1 Treasurer. 1904. This March U, 1904. I II I I hereby announce myself as ; eandlt Cassels; polling place, Hardee's More

| of Public InstrucI A. T. CARTER, date for the office of Prosecuting Attorney j I No. Inspectors, R. A Bryan W.
1 Superintendent Seeord I
fNttention.Yo | : PrlIIIaTJ-Taeada, JUt 7. I II
i Snpervtnor Rtglstratlod. Dad Cox. Fla. 1 L. Brackwell. a O'Neal; clerk Fran
I for Dade
tlOB. county subject to the
interestto I 104.
win find it to your I !tStraoabaa
: polling place. Straaahaa'tnew
of Agriculture. approaching Democratic primary elsetins.
before investing. 1 Commissioner .
call oa me { General Election-Tuesday November halt
and rooms toSent. | 1 Railroad Commissioner. H. F. ATKINSON.
Furnished. Real houses bargain in real estate. 1 Adjutant-General. (. 1904.i I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. jj jjAaaooaeeaMats Miami Flat NoI-Inspector*. H. Padgett J. r.

Insurance i Tbe registration boob for the primary Newlan J. W. Ive; dark R. Cotaroa;
city and country. .tMej 1 State Chemist. I :
collections etc.. attented I election will be opened la each I polling place, school house.
1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh will be mewled la tbe FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. I
have a special licence anthoniin ; election district la this county on i No. laspecton., J. S. Pardu A.W.
Judicial Circuit. Dally and weekly Metropolis for tea dollars .-
DlC to prepare all estate kinds legal Low fees. i I I 1 State Attorney. Seveptb Judicial .! :March: 29. 1904. aDd will be kept opani or la either edition for .... dollar I hereby announce myself a* a candidate I Cromartie. J. S. Peters; clerk J. R.Pjendletoa .

of real I Circuit. i every day. Sunday U'>>pt.ed. said the candidates for County ConmiMfcMMrsand for Justice of the Peace In Dar ; polling place school house.

Prompt atteatioa.C. Co CARROLL.-- I 26th day of April. :104> at which Um ambers of the school board win beeb.rg.d strict No. 10J J and respectfully ask the No. Inipecton.. L. A. Others, J.
1 Prosecuting Attorney. _bait tnees .- ..
Public be closed. I M. Burdine. Frank Jaadoa; clerk M. R
they wit
Xotary Thirteenth Senatorial i No aaaoaacenMBt Inserted vow paid support of the voters In said district, '
1 State Senator .
pre ATE. D. *EA. RECORD Sf i I I :j The registration books will not be I., rw.i I d. William 8. HilLI Kellum;. polling place, city hall.
I j District I j I "' 0. 11-Inspectors. Jackson Pea. .
i I I reopened for the second primary elec- i
1 Member of the House of Represantatlve I coL'' i cock. John McKlnsle J. "
geuableGeajaat turn. !I Pox iTT TRtAJURTR. hereby announce myself a candidate i W. Galloway; ,

0fiI1c.... i 1.I All persons may register who are for re-election as Justice of the J clerk Fletcher Albury; polling place '.
1 County Judge. I I 'Old Hardee
Te the DosMcratle Voters of Dade Coua- bousa.
citizens whether they have paid their Peace in this the 10th district A* I
W.CMAYNARD.f I IA..D,1Iedla I I 1 Sheriff. : Florida: .
''. ty. No. U-lnll\M't'fMO. W 4 Conner. t.Ceo. .
poll taxes or sot; but they cannot vote am now serving hi till cat+nity I
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. I .....lIy ....eu_ myself a fsadldste SUuenuiuer.' W. J.
I j unless their poll taxes which may be for slectloa to the eOee of Trsasuretnf would appreciate an endorsement In Dounbort/;
ilitcei km1eIJ fflried: 1 County Assessor of Taxes. I I legally due are paid a* provided be I+ Dado Coonty. nortda. subject to theI.in accordance with the Democratic principles ;; clerk. Gea W. Moodie; polling place
ae 1 Tax Collector. oT a aMjocrty of the Deaocratle J Brows A Moodle's warehouse.
& a. pocks, Jet tlerj. I law. i, of returning for a second terman :
1 County Superintendent of Public IsxrneUon 1 voters as will be prowl la the Deer No. 13-ID.perton. Henry Gasman.
incumbent who ha satisfactorily!
11, UStC
-- seethe primary May
Ernest Mall Will Anderson; clerk ai
I Payment of poll taxes for 1902 and J IL RAUIJCRflOW. filled the offlce. I r
MCDONALDCOCOASCT 1 Surveyor. + i W. Hill; polling place, school house r
L. :dw Miami Flas d John C. .
GEO. 1903 I* a prerequisite to voting at all I Gramllng.FOR
i 1 County Treasurer. Na It-iuperto.. J. W. Sa...., W.
CiU GeheatwwlK S County Commissioners. election this year. I HETS--: I STATE SENATE.I I I E.: Blaaton. W. H. Slstrnnk; clerk J.

sad t.bdividimg Lands a --7 S Members of the County Board of EXEMPTIONS. I I A. Candidate for : hereby announce my caaddacy for : C Holly; polling place school house.

OBOVK. FLA. Public Instruction. j The following conditions exempt j I Idw County Judge. State Senator from the Thirteenth It wa moved and carried that ......

1 Justice of the Peace I. and for Districts -, person from the payment of capita- i; Senatorial District of Florida, subject of candidates for members of the county

No*. LZ.3.4.S.C.7. .. t ion or poll taxes: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. to the will of the Democrats of Brevardand executive committee be placed oa
j. A. DANN. First-Aay who ha lost limb I II Ii I '' .
one a the
19, 1L 12 and U. The many friends and supporters of Dadeeonntle to be expressed at regular ballot.

ant 1 it......rdr s..r.ta..at : 1 Constable In and for District No. I Ita battier the "present member of the Board of !r the primary election May 10th. 104. It .as aim moved and carried that

.." F -, F l. 1.2, 12 I I iII4-AaJ one wno was SB yearsof County CommlasioiKr for Dade M. Seabrook Sams. candidates for game warden be placet

-oj rutw m. Ir..s..tr I IIIu and 12. I age on or before December 2L 190L': county have prevailed upon them to I' Cuurtenay, Brevard Co. Fla. on .the regular ballot and the candl- r

,fat WI" --. ....AA. I, I Presidential Electors. Third Any one becoming of age en und for re-election, and hereby present : .- dates for said offlre be assessed $1 ". .

_. I IlOI.EY5I1ONEYAft 4 Delegate at Large to National Con I I y jar old) oa or after January 1.-1)03. i their names, as follow: F. C FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE.I 1 I Mr. Johns of Precinct Na 1 nsude..din J

vention.t I Fourth Aay one who had become a Alcber. George W. LatDh..... R. E j his resignation' as, a member of the a'
i! am a candidate for the position of
TAR District Delegates.II resident of this State and county .on I II McDonald. John Sewell and L. A committee and the same was accepted t
delegate to the National Democratic
... Cdts ...._.. p".. ..'. I Member at Large of State Commit ',I or after January 1. 1t03. Be'.rfcer.: to the voter bt the Democratic Convention at St. Louis Mo., for Second Inspectors A motion wa' made and carried that.

tee. I If properly? registered, any of theabove i, primary of May 10. 19Ot. I j- (Congressional District I am per- and clerks be paid 12.00 per

1 County: Member of State Committee. can vote at all election State j' I m..:... ,u re' to4he entire Democracyof day.The
GOING J next meeting of the commute
ABE YOU : 1 Member National Committee. I'. aDd county, held this year, without FOR SHERIFF.To Orange couut/ regarding my standing was called for April 21. 19Ot. ,1

West ? ; 1 Supervisor of Registration. 'I paying say poll or capitation tax. a* a Demorat. and If I am fortunate There being
North or no further business .
i 1 County Fish and; Game Warden. I PARTIAL EXEMPTIONSPersona the Democide voter of Dade nutTy. enough to have your aid la motion was mad and
Florida: carried to ad
: THE i I t Member of Dade County Democratic under the following _41- ; I here*? aa&ouac* myself a csndMats Dade county at the election I hall journ.

Louisville & Naslmlle1Railroad Executive Committee la and for ? Dons will be liable for one poll tax for slsetloa to tbe erne* of Sheriff el greatly appreclat. it. and can assure: CEO. P. BULL. .

Predacu Na: 1 3.2.4,, : only for 190S or 1903. a* the case maybe Dado County. Florida subject to the you Orange county Democrats will also Secretary Pro Tea t
) 10 11 IS 12 and li will of the BMjortty of the Democrat appreciate It ,
tOiers , :
I voters as will bo mit*.*, .II Im .... Diet : ,
.excelled puB er'erntee. Th rule governing said prtuur Any one who became U year old I ocratie primary to be held May 1*. Lei Very truly your. Ii MADE YOUNG AGAIN. ,

,, Modera trains earrjlBf P limas election shall be tbe name a* those 'I'during 1902 will be required to pay $1i I jaw JOHN FROHOCK. M. N. Bachelor. ....
Winter Fla. ,
leepers, .,-...se eoacbe, free reellaUg adopted by the Democratic Executive J for account of poll tax for that year. Park. 'One.
of Dr.
chair ear, and dining car j.Committee, at their meeting held U.Jacksonville J Any one who may become of ag (21 I hereby announce myself as a candidate FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN.I : King's New Life PUb

between northern sad southern cities. on January Cd. 104. for yean old)- at any time during 190 for Sheriff of Dade county. each sight for. two weeks has put meI .

The laestdlaing. ear service I. tbeHoath. S governing State primaries,. so far a* will be required to pay f 1 for poll tax I Florida, at the next Democratic primary hereby announce myself a candidate I,'ID my teens' acala" s rites D. H. Turner

: the same will be applicable to the tor the year 190S. sad ask for the vote of my for the posiloa of Fish and Game ,of DempMeytown. Pa They're the

.All Apati 8401 Through Tickets cia I county primary. Those and only those 1 Any one becoming a resident. of this fellow Democrat and those who will Wardea of Dade county, subject to the bffi, la the world for Liver, Stomach

L.&N. 1 persons shall be permitted to become I be qualified to Laconic voter at that action of the Democratic pasty primary and
'? "State and county during 1902 will be Bowels. Purely vegetable. Never
candidates before, or vote at or participate primary. I promise If elected to faithfully election May III. 104.Edward .
Forrate.._a-t.J le tad sleeping car la themaaagemeat of said prti llabU for U* poll Us for 1901. gripe. Only *:>, at all drug stores
I pert irm th duties of this A.
many Graham.
reorrvaUons apply to their ad- WHO ARK LIABLE: TO POLL TAX.I :
i! mary election who declare
J. M. Fleming, I All auto lahabltaat wto are 21 .
!; 11 serene to the principle sad organltatioa responsible offlce. FOR CONSTABLE.], 'Oft, she believe that every ctoai

rtMt4a :n.J..r..saws.r of the Democratic party. Natioral. rear cf age and wen under U yean J. M. WILLIAM .. 1 A diver lining wears

.. | State and county, who are by of age December XL 190L Palm Beach. Fla. I hereby announce myself u a candidate And that I I. how to ask her biutiaaeli

.; the law of the State lawful elector : AuF one becoming a rsatosnt of this ,i for the offlce of Constable In I i his cash she dares.

lOIEnl101 YADTAJ( I of the election district la which they State and county prior to January L FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. district No. 10. promising If elected.. to I I Although a frowa may cloud hla brow.

t offer to vote, who have paid their poll 1902. win be required to pay pots tax i i.,I I hereby aaaoqsa myself as a ..... faithfully discharge the duties of said I j t And he may grumble some. .
,.,.. ... ..-.- .. ...... ;'taxe legally due not lea thaa tea for i9W and 1903. date' for .... emcee of Clerk ef the Or- office subject to Democratic primary I I She knows that when she's teasel

|day before said primary election and If they become a resident. after J&II-I|I cult Court ef Dade Coonty. MbX t* I 11&10. awhile
the lea the Demseratle arlassiT.dw
EXFEHIENCESckutinc BO YEARS' who shall, when challenged by an elector ary L 101, sad Won Jaaaary L ,: E. L. WHITE.: d L. M. Nicholson. The silvers sure to come.HERBINE. .

pledge la writing epos oath before 190J. they yin be required pay poD'tax Jaauary ... .....

any Inspector to abide by aDd for 1903 only.Aay o oI: .
'I support the result if such'primary and one reaching their majority (21 t take this ntethod:; to Inform the voters i i i _

s rapport the nominee thereof. 1. of Dade County tbat I wtl be a eel
yean) oa or afterW'J' L 1902. win j FOR ::
didate for reelection to Ute offlce of dork overcome Indigestion and dys-
: The poll shall be opened aDd closed be subject to payment of poll tax for 1 of tbe Cbreult Court subject to tbe actlesof UNITED I: ....\II4la; regulate the bowel and CIIIN

Tuoc II.... at tie several election districts, at the 1X0.la. the Domoeratle ........ Kay MpromMnc. STATES SENATOR liver and kidney complaints. It.. tile
DessasConesotrvs election law. tt ...... to perfons tbe d
ere i hours fixed by the getters all cues of exemption of a voter .best
blood enrlcher and
.... .... VOTE FOR 1i Invigorator IB
named hereby Utm of emcee m rater se la th
ae---- The following person art from permenl of poll taxes be moat
....a, '-as --- h. .w i past t* the best of my abOMy. I wit the world. It la purely vegetable, perfectly
:'yILL Iiar ibb.us..e'rr M appointed! Inspector and Clerk for secure of the supervisor of registration I bo grateful t* those wb will tevor *M I harmless, and should you be a

.v..w.a.-..+ .. ..susas $;;' ;:;:.. She seven: etectlao district: a certificate setting forth the fact that 5 Kb tai r votes I i JAMES P. TALUFERRO" I sufferer from disease' you will mt It It

___ ..___IM such voter Is It the eertlflcate I j dw E. C. DEARBORN. I
See report of committee meeting e*: exempt I WHOM NAME It COMMONLY PRO you are wise.R. .

Jlmerlcaii' Srst pap.) exempt. the voter from payment of!j N. Andrew editor and
t I hereby announce myself; a eaadldet meager
i-._'.._. -'Ms__--,-_.. rtNf .-... E The voting shall be by ballot on poll taxes for both yean (1902 and j jIt11S ; t.r tbe offee ef Clerk of the drew MOUNCCD AS IF IT WA I i Cocoa and Rorkl-dge N.... OHM.Fla .
-- .....,.. ). If property registered be for Dado .
-: can (Court Comfy subject to lb..vyreaebint j SPELLED .. writes: MI have used II.I ..-
!- l (,R iitbwl e.KEN ypth1IffcuREtld..ys tickets! finished by the !Kate anal I Democratic I"1mar7 .... | your
(!.. vote pow prtsantlsg to the Inspector I III.. la my family, and And It a mat
County Executive Committee aDd a' such cerUflear- exemption.It Woa. H' excellent medicine. It effects
d> Z. T. XZRRTTT. IITOI mm spool
the close of such election. the Inspector the voter I !
MB>et to only one BOOM Vtota. Fla.I : muself have been a marked "benewt.

and Clerk shall procssd to canvass poD tax either for 1902 or VIOl the t I recommend It anbenlutlnsly.-.

...... s.d ........1UtW tile, vote accordance. with the State ... rule will apply a* to securing boreby aaaouate mysett ae a eaaeV ..... Sold by Red Craw Pbamacy.ATTOR.'EYS .

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METROPOLIS The .first primary \in over-oast and :-- .= .= :----------1 I D O NOT AIL TO SEC I Ii
punt *., in fait all of u.. have stool l -----t,,, : ;: -' =--r"u-' _
... -t. : I' : t
uinicular friends Some >fIhriu I .:. 0 ..._-- ... I
hour .
.......... IIn' ..., ..c"p. !'..'., haltre[ .*. bed the goal while oth- ;:: : ?- -' =! .; :' ,, .' = iWHALER'S i JEWELRY STORE

; = -! "g 5'1 -
I- r iu1MI'1Vfi101t I1n' .TS hair down in defeat But. .. .
tai f gone = ;.= : i':" = = :
-- V--. he tint a. it may no.' that the ba. : : t = n 314..12th Street.I .

a f. ttleler ,..._. U.itaer.a 1 tie haw liwn bravely fought: hjr the .Gs- :' e.. k-, -" : I _

.. tae r..tome. u Yleri.ritel t" ...nt..ndine; rac.taon.-.trinlkally. hr- : f : : : } : : ? I ,
....coad leeo matter -

:--.. ._-..st.era %I...,.,.. p.btl.be..al- roiis.ll)peas and iaul* rupulouglr good .ill. !Irt's 1 lets bury proclaim : :: :: : !: : : :; : :: :: :: : \ .,_ . .. .. . .. . . . . . ..
... ..aIaall.. .!ths CslU Mat* at tile :. :. :. : .: i
.. 'the bale h..1 and paid differences an.I'' f 1'I.1cR.EE: BRO'i5KIIER :
._ _...>.. rsllw .I.at I : : : .,
-- - .ork : : : : : : : : : : I j.
KH to in mutual and harmonious
.....&1..1\..._.N...... fr Us*. LOl G.I
: : : : : : : : : : : .\..
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s.! (.. vUUas ma tbnrnt* fields of lades I..t. hake hands of . I'
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;>. (-'U Year n by Mail.....$;;.00 : friendship or the bloody. ihixm and .. .. .. .- .' ." .- .. .- .. .. .. Make __--""'\.

.. Lag I.do all in our |n>*rr to develop the. natural ,
fix ) I .. + -I t
Tsree Months 123 rrwxin-r* of our lovely State and '"" I .c I-i -IJ I' T.h.'O'rruu l :
u : : i'r 1- ,, -
Ore Week by Carrier . . ,. .1,) ".unty1'e have ronorlentloukly labored - II i Kinder Lou Crates.
for the election of the best men 1& ... = .. .::_ .& :_. tiJ: :N (' StocktonWilklnson hI' o
x = :: !: :
Tie Iliad Priattoo Conpuy. for those mho would. .
-- our opinion 1 I '"
1 Call Chase & Harne ". MiamiJL.OVI.
Advertising rates made known on lx HuUitert lent to the best Interests of iP _-K- = = : M- : = )

application. the whole people We all have opinions ; .I i I M- S Jennings I I Sellr: ::: : '"

TELEPHONE 1-2R. of our o* n, and have In many Inxtanrex _-a...at s a _:.: -J-i !! = -- u. i"
I .. I K.1.nder
:;- OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. mute mistakeii-me ran onlycandidly 2 1 __ K !t1'J' K-K W |laves a Oratesall

432 and 434 Twelfth Street continue to bellrtc that In Zl -y.-_ < --I, over Dade County.

Opposite Court House. our advocacy of I xal affairs It him ;= I rKa.cK_ X7XX- _" _= _NIS H Krowsrd ;f i'r I **l e4i s44+.Ndlt... .. .. . . ..,.. ., .... .

i i been and will\ ultimately prove to havebeen I __
tnm- Proa- to the best and material Interest '' CI I CPuLa_-_;:_K-aKK.-Z9-- z fI I ..... . . . . . . . . . . . .

fun fm Ke, of the common mral Hut. Just a* I III
Ts JT..,. Mlsal West. above mated 'let UII bury the hatchet i I C : ratt .=. KC- _.-, ..K.-..K :, Mays- ] f

1411.. ."** 1411.. and get doe n to work for the brtter1 .. I .. :: ,..1.M. Barre J : Epicurean Restaurant
Gnus:. -r- 1- liI j.-:1 i :: '1 meat of our total and more dlHtant. ; co ;. x ... .i'. _.i -=_-=_ co c.o.-. :.:'_ _uI I
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Hans. (It M I :
>1T..1M.... *<1 l 11' 111aw numKindinK conditions, and the future -' I --o: s I Ir. t'ranlr.l'l.rlr. ? 30S -12th St.
A I C..N-_ _" "' C, -
fops sytsS :::.. : m Isla.Clii: prosperity of our glorious and o. Ii : ; i
ca.a'I.ta I I 1" ikuglerty ; 1 Continuous Sernce /-6 clock UtJ0
Wla...te r..as.I. ills 1M 1M God-favored section of Florida-old > -'_ c z jt 5 :< x $ *_ IIt'h a m., p. to
(n sl......lets I, I Manatee county-will be assured- --- Ifl I ................... .NM. ... . . . . . .
.. 'Ttaulsss. aq .41 l i i:
cilia AstMie) I > oc E Alexander ll4
...h ...... '. sans 1 NT Braldeolown Herald I -C.(t.W !*M=It M M g -

.....1...!...'..*..I._I.-....I IN I .... . I, 1.-C.- jW I' Watson I iI- J. PECK .. ?. BAILS

The credit of the sweeping Tallafer-I r" = r 0

ro victory yesterday was largely due : PeeK Bailey
MAY 16. 1904. I t' M Hudson
: zKyrM
I to the business method panned by :! t.Utl!:; --I I. Lj .......... lMirK. .... .

Oaaalntt Mar should hare dl rector la the Consolidated Naval
ered by this time that his cnberaana Overhauling and Repairing. Maria Railway.TOllAroucD .
Stores Company in this city. Mr. Me- I $ I I. i rsham W KioK i f .
I .
) aspirations are nothing more lb... : -t=.law31; : MIAML FLA
Eacbern is distinctively not a pollttclan. "r-J
: :
an -Irn1" a"ri dream .
bat moat successful business I-K. BHuttonA I --- - - --
a i ----
|_ a s ft c_s*.Sa.sss! -
o- and he was Induced to I fOI'H . . . .
The Tampa Tribune and Bob UcNanee man laJr.e'I' ; ; . . .
.. Ueyser'
of Senator Taliaferro'a i I ltt ni E
charge campaign : =. I if
cot bitter sad alckenlag pills I I !__ -

last W DHCIa,.. Steve Sparkman wan on the grounds that the business ( f H B MUadOn 1'2' ,; 5le Sap
the doctor. Interests of the State demanded 5 w.S2552=a8_ 58LtS Qt I i J Carlos

Mr. Tallaferro being returned to the 'l-
----a- U F Atkinson >
Ha- heard Bam or Browanl4rde Valted States Senate. Feeling this )I e I rr .r;_ ... ---es == =sic sa Forl1rfy\ Site) palm Itottl.

themselves to vo'e and work responsibility and unprejudiced h.1 i : -LJT- :
21 .. n Corner Avenue B a-d llth Street.
for the successful cwndldaw In the any factional feeling. Mr. McEachera j _sa.!'_ .s s x.aa-t is i

primary, no matter who I* elected' or went Immediately to work organizingthe = 1.t.: ..!: ==I.I =: R R Taylor TI' Gus. A. Mutter Proprietor

what la the remit State for Tallaferro. and the re- j -- ----- -- --;..- 7

salts of yesterdays election- show how r i;;.. = .:t=. !;; w (1-Detierry- III Open all the

Ewambia _Diy'. large vote for he succeeded. N titutier t yearat
effectively Straightfor ;..:j= ::.!:! ClliT i
i Tallaferro Is sort of a retake \
fenator a ward. Intelligent business methodswere
4: to Senator Mallory for his eler- only used by him. and while j K I t{t. .gJ? .g s .S. ..a* .. RBMetendouS ( > i50 per day men.add up.Large Special Sample per Room week and to Commercial <

nth hoar conversion to the opposition those who know him best !!Jt I .K I'Ionae
expectedhim I ; I c; ;_ ;iit6 I II P. 0 Box 6b8. MIAMI. FLA-
Maybe he will know better next time.The to win the sweeping success of -I let ttas reseorkt i I.. Jt

a yesterday's election surprised even i "'!.=-i.lOA'I'! : . . . . . .

Dally Capita (Tallahassee_ ) 01"Ulnda.JS them. I e = .. :... ..:..:t ( Abraded I V .
"Looks lit, second eoa- r
test Tallaferro and Jeta.l.p.Did I Today Mr McEachera can lookbackward kit: :s : L si:S =t:!:lJuhaFrwM; ct f.1 l'J Hotel Biscayne

with satisfaction the I' ''Joha '
you ever see such serve' But then work be did and he can feel especially ... _: = =uc.-= ... .. :a--.. -.. .., R ()' ,..I : S= .

Hitwm may not M that time hare ..- gratified over the fact that not a single = _-t 1I&- = ? eaJ: M William : 1"1 Open from November 5 GRAHAM
: covered from his cherished dream. I..t to )fa laL -
discreditable action can be held at his _..._ .-- i'R' &: Hall i.sC.I n ,
_.y :
With Tallaferro and Clark In Wa hInglBKUm door by any of the men who were de -- ... .. --J"H- 1 1'i nIcj. Corner Avenue D and Twelfth Streets
.. .. l
i .. .
I..tf'd.-Jac'k.oa..lllf' Metropolis I MaC-aK" .S; '
T.llah..111' ... 10:
end Bob Davis In --
__ r.
pee John N. c.. J. M. R and N. li .I. .. .. ..-_._-ca. -_= ..-.fEK- King Ii" -- MIAMI FLORIDA
B. relegated to political oblivion the II ;,. if"O" ,. (... Butler _
people' can rent assured that their Ir- ; I' a vs-a_ ?...$ _S" '' y x... >
A writer In Chicago Tribune has fc .
terMta will he af... 1 I I'f = H I. HrlionaldK ,
1 compiled some very Interesting BgnreWj =_1 .UsfcS -8S :''' i tr. ..
r D Bush & Safford Piano
governor Jennings has been mmwlr j upon the subject of suicide. He shows = 1 -" "-r r .. ... CI. MmanlesiiO .- Co,
that during the last 111I :,.. a M"I_I 4.
; for some time that he was a pop- j yean | ,, t Hucorporst d .la.OO fiOi >

star favorite with the people of Flor JTT.CI I l7 _people have committed suicide I se-iiAslta_ -_. (: I 'l'bom- I' I : Sot. :Repren-at1ve. I

ida. For the sake of argument he i la this country. la 1901 fifty ('IIIN' i :
!! 11 I .. .. .. J S! Frederick ; J(1
should be allowed another guess that > furnished !.S 0 cases of self destine- -KKYK--- -M-.. .c.:0: FJr i I Steinway & Son's. New York. : !

| thin out of a total of .112 for the entire i';
h*. set himself and his mind right : -
_' :CI I .u7.TII..rnu ?' Jf i .nln Piano OCt.. Eostm.Other .
A country. Of the 77.C17 suicides In KCFK-7t i.sua ,2K'' .
{ -- ;;
Paw reports state that Joan N _. ., the thirteen. ,..... 57.517 were males 11-I ; d- Iel MnilhH --I -* Hick Grade Pianos a>d PJatio PUyers.

Stockton was closeted all day with hi, and *1.#., females. The greatest ralo -; KKl--_ I Ix : Pianos
I -2- I from $22; upi Cash or easy payment Tun-
Bcurinic nut tow' of Inrreeee Is .. U !H ter
ran aigu managers: among young womei. I.
.. ... -- K--K- .KKra- -... ..... -. I ni.ii; and I Repairing. A few bargains;; in slightly
wi Ollt.It There
be can ran .Independent and under twenty-five yean of age. -I

that don't show the spirit of 4 11-4-!! 1 lisa also been a large Increase In the '' _! I- .. _.'". t-.:.:. ._. =_ 7.; K._- ell Rsulerson ft. I i used pianos Open[ exeninq

rnpttonlst and dlMircaalier.. wfcs* number of children who killed them- I II c. ooooooooooooooooooooecoeoeooeoi
... 2.a
does'! I selves. Mr. I'pton's figures are undoubtedly I -- =-\&. -- '1- .-" -! U'\ Uunde5l4A 8If
_c.o Z-C _C 06. I __ __ -
-+-- reliable for the purpose'.ofrtudy *
IJ KOOI! raMroailk: to r .II-ortl..r. Mate" .
| C BurtasbawMC
Guy Metcalf figures out thaf his s.c- and comparison but they'are I I =_ -- 04---. : !! ,
K X Z-! t C 2 I'J" II | Th.- are the words of a statesman "
>E I>D.I choice candidates Barn and Broward. prohr-bly short by many thousands 'o/ z
Davis I :; .. !f E x I>>>'micfcI !ito and not of a good roe Is specialist
and Clark IL I
brat oat '&
will the actual number of deaths Induced i_ MK-IBK- If. ;0 !ii'l
:': : _- = __ i They arc the t'elilieritr' utterance ofM
Ii: the second primary. Jane 7 tile povile l.r self-inflicted violence or other <":
I. KMonemnn J. Ja .r.. .. aii.ia: ..a.lor from ,
will prove to this demagogue thslan means KSlFt41-! ; I Y-: .
Krancito :fce United state In thetwentwth
entitled fa
a iolltlcal forecsdter he Is Before the year 184. says the TrtbI ; FC AMhrrM '

i.. s neat way back I ime. the method of committing: suicide ..I I. :! N.-t-.. ... : ..5 .- ''z: century."Whstever .

must In ,u,...... was by ,It..&tl..". In : r-I ..JtJ _:0 srfKr ., Johns ;- a' lie your pnifessloa.cyclinin 20
Frank Clark' :. -a .
Barn-attributes "
Jim the later rn the ItO w>n r,...u ti : will tviuh you some of the virtues
Phenomenal run to the tact that he K: II I'imicki ; ;! whkk will Insure .
I saccnw.There
fsT.-rrlte. '
hereafter has become the 1:5iI: t Mi'as. i :: your
promised the farmers to have a high i Carbolic acid Is the favorite bnc-l nf : Is no exception to diplomats: ClearanceSale
I 1 W f
4 1'1 I .. l 'lnhartIt
duty pat on Import cotton. That may = : 'cycllsm teaches to be prudent to
| r*>lon used. Carbolic acid Is chP. o "..If: x .. -- 1c-
I* true but he dent tell why be didn't '! 1 governments. It will teach that
i but It produces an extremely paint! good
K McllonaldA
: .
(10- .
*' flake s better showing himself. H. ;: sort of a depth It to very difficult to Kit.... y= a='t-K..-..u.. .'! ---1,_Ii_ I plain roads are as necessary as good ofMen.s

even never explained that K per rent account for the preference' for car- :_: I .. .. ..:; ... ,, Winheld I railroads la a well ordered State "
contract or made a promise not to try that '' %.. _. c.oXSX_ = "' -' :_" "' -- ,5i i
boils acid on
| Dole C'OUDIYh. made a splendid ,
and bankrupt the Government In cane I of those who 1 '' ; '' :.. AI..AI'i: Md Boy.sSHOES
com- i
I a large proportion ...w' ; ;; j-! -1-z Ii start IB the good roads movement and
fce went to Washington. I
IIDlC'ld.d..... broke" and cannot '0'
I mil ... .. the people will be sstisfled
J.dsn never until
-'k:; !fii ,
efford the less painful sorts of ... _
If Mr. Hotloway made a mistake u z- = every highway. la the county It la

attacking Mr. Sheets It would seem '....-. I' I 1 .:=.. --- -S.S A Helcher condition for sustaining all kinds oftravel.Tropical

of who hang and P01.__ V!-r_CKY_ -c- 2I Sun ,
The number people
committed a
that the Czar has also ,
,! drown themselves to also on the Is-j I a I = t"i' ..... .. CIE /: T..II I :
arrestnf .
grievous wrong In causing the I = .. .r ..a s -
the day of ejection crease, as Is the number who throw II | AT
Ma opponent on The Servian ruler continues to show
Public opinion will not approve ofsack i themselves before locomotive No I t.,
less th.1M have committed suicide j I i- aa earnest desire. to Jump oat of the' Cohen's.OLEYSlNEYAzcDTAR..
f no act. Sheets should have causedHoltoway's It has been several times before published campaign against Senator Mallory at
by this latter method I. the time rov- 'I king. row.-Cleveland Plslndesler i
of the
the time .
arrest ., but having questionedabout the expiration of his term. .

commission of his offense or else red by the Tribunes statistics. Another I It many times yesterday, the In the light of recent". events thisseems .
method Is that furnished
waited Mill the primary had been set- popular ,facts, as related upon what seems to an Improbable combination In

tb>d. 'Had he been fair-minded he hv the ye t jet I be the very best authority as to the some respects but the evidence of Its bQ
The I Increase In the number of sul-
would have done this. Jf'IIalapSI.Jr.aftlmbla8tloll.. are existence Is said by reliable people to
rldes Is a matter which must give aspanne.
e- again given here. be so plain' that there i Is no question

We have all respect for the politic ." To answer the question of The "com W sat too" has fur Its first I of Its 'OIIa.'on.-Dallf Tall&'haaD. -
at -to be or not.to be." In the negativeIndicates : par
add the conditions man. who have because voted the the local peculiar desperation and failure and object and secondly the defeat the..f defeat Senator of Tallaferro Senator 55. e .

Such a man hs > d'Mrppointment that make death pref-
Republican rght to vote and work in the primary r able to the prolongation of existence i i1'iioc I:, Mallofy. When the primaries. are over the West! pa ITI, \ BQaeh. Fa.ttual..1 ..
of tin- The program Is to bring alumt a advocates of good road throughout
the ticket he Is going to vote health and the prospect a :
i' 'it : second primary for Senator. If possible the Slafe are promising: to put new
But the Re- '--ring sickly. existence have much to I
the general eleftkm.! ___ __ _
and the defeated candidate are to a.- life Into a movement that will, in the on lake Front a who voles nothing but the ii.i with the matter probably.not i I.I'
iMWan ticket aQlaoct his in the tort analysis we must refme Vnt: the one who leads In his race. near future?, become national In in ) Park A cOol) comfortable pla.eto .
t :alt;bt RepuMiran ; againtt: the Senator snip?. Nut only i i. Florida greatly In-
elerin to believe the suicide s-nrlhlug ; with' rtiod table ervite
at th general stop at. .
neighbor I
r'I'f' Whether be to elected or not. the tere..teil in her hichmavs.; but everyState 00eWat rVi..... P-s 'uFOEEY3KIDNtYCUR
place ID a Oemorratle nriTf 1 -it a weak brother morally cow- Sample for traveling .
has no | men.Mrs.
: who becomes the bt-nefiriarv In In the I'nion is beaming impressed -
r'- one
to *
6 An effort should he.wto -d. He has not the courace
'* meetlnc. this campaign against Senator Taliaferro -with the need of guod roaiUtkwd !
from taking loch ng the battle' of life so he turns
r. to prevent him ..
Ida B.
Is to help the other one In a plain roads are c. necessary .. tttt Prwprietrcs
I ....
art"-Daily TallauI --. ht::k and sneaks out of It. I'ii akes'lid..ys W Rt .1UJ1IIC)


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Furnish a Home Complte Here.


We furnish the home complete for a' dollar or so a week, put into it e\'erything---e\'erything your r

comfort and happiness require, and on the easiest, most comfortable terms in the world. Come'

anyway, and let's talk it over. Your credit is good.

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New Spring Carpets- e, New Spring Art i

Mattings and Squares Shades :

Rugs. and Draperies. _i iI

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School Will Soon CloseAnd
I: {Smtttttan EItr;. 11rrr t.)

Funeral Director and Erabalmer.jf I
I MO *. your children will soon have a long vacation from
"r. pt Ane.,.. *. TeUareph or ...,- Calls! 413-12A Street. Phone 25. boolcs. Why not place them in the .1.

.. 1-.Miami Conservatory of Musk?
"aBBsBaBBnnnannnB B wB sBssBssw -----.-.-_- -- --- --- -
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1 rue CLERK'S OFFICE MOVED.-The A. ,C. Frost a prominent. cltlaen of I The last of these excursions will be Have you investigated our

books. record., etc. of the county. Dan'". .U In tile city today on heal.nes. .. run next Sunday. May 22nd. ,5
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. clerk are being moved today from the | "Partial Scholarship. Plan?" Anyone is thereby enabled

" old office to the new one .In the court Ii I Captaia A. B. Potter saperiatend- to obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely

MIAMI. ru.. May 14. trot. house. The new office Is complete U Albert Achisn.c. a prominent pineapple eat of the jetty work bare Is making nominal StweVao j jj
. cost. urn arras. fer ** ., Practice: PIMM*
I every detail and it one of the best grower of Elliott Key .to IB town I rapid headway with the same. Four

.: MAIL SCHEDULE.: equipped' I. the State. With the moving today. lighten of stone aggregating a total
Franklin Coleman Bush Director. j
. of this office ad of the county. officials 1 I, of about TOO cubic yards of rock have I

- Arrive' from te North- will have transferred from the I Rev. W. W. Dill one of our popular already. been dumped oa the Jetty. I

7Mata old quarters la the jail building to the winter. visitors. and owner of much This. morning another barge load of -- ----- -- -- -- --- -
t 'U p. m. new court house.SOCIALIST Valuable real estate hen. leaves tonight I,I rock containing 294 cubic yards was

CoM for the North takes oat and will be dumped .
for his summer hone la Norris-I daringthe NeM '' '' '' ij
tlS a. m.U SPEAKING.-SocialistHealy. town Pa. day. At this rate the contract will 2

<: p. m. .. State organiser of that party I I be finished within the specified time ; SPIERS & MERCIER

.__, addressed a gathering at the corner of Mr. M. Shaanahaa and family, who F I providing the weather remains f.I

THE WEATHER. Twelfth Street and Avenue D antnrda/ have occupied their comfortable home I able and there Is no delay I. receiving ; I *> k"i

Washington.-For Eastern Florida: night The crowd was small but this here all season, will leave tonight for S. I II

Continued rain .. the southern portion.Mulmu did not prevent the speaker from holdIng their. home la Grand Rapids )(Jell, I Real Estate, Life. Fire and ;
There Js a dearth if news an activityoa !
IS.Minimum : down a dry-goods: box apon whichhe where they will spend the summer, returning .
n. was mounted for an hour or more, : here early la the fall. 1 the hay today. Ah of the coasting: I i Accident Insurance
vessels and other crafts either being:
during: which Socialism was made th
-- .- appear as the Simon Pure of politics H. .....II.ttte. of Fort Lauderdale. 1* out or tied up. 1 1I Rental and Collection Agents

while Democracy and RepubllcaBtsn. down today on business.A. ,I I

I' TOWN TOPICS. I i were pictured as all that Is bad and I I ....S.b. a prominent merchant of !V! !lVf1UlIVlVS'e I I I .:.
I[ corrupt I II |lover Key Went yesterday, was on a the passenger steamer t'OIDl.C'1'. HOTEL ARRIVAlS. "i i Office over Bank of Bay Biscayne.Lock .

TO HOMESTEAD COCNTRT.-Mr. I GRAMLJNU "'THDRA WS.-JusU", I II from the Island. City. He la ; ... I j i. Box 177 Miami Fla.

E. V. Blackmaa went down to the I John W. Gramltng.: who was a candidate north on bu..D.. ..... ,I BAT VIEW- I, ... . .l . . . .. . . . ....... . ..

Homestead country yesterday where la tile .last primary against W. S. "
he will Improve and build upon a (ranthehas I Hilt, has withdrawn from the contestin Mr. and Mrs. H. D. R.II'.... of .- i I C:. C. Chllllngwortb West Palm ----- ------ -- ----------- -- "

taken up there. favor of Mr. Hill thus giving: him land. extensive. orange growers: of IbM Beach; E. R. Brackett, New York; R.1 I For further Information relative to I Hotels.. famflie ran buy geaaiM'Tennessee

no opposition In the' final election place were la the city yesterday sad I C Felt, Ylrglala; M.r and Mrs. H. D. railroad rates, etc. write to E. J. Walker cream at Biaeayn Dna
I ,
TTJOST HIS WHISKERS.-At the alas Judge Oramllng with his mother has left for Havana on the steamer Miami f Raffon. Roseland. ,I Florida Passenger agent of theNashville. i I 'J
Avenue D between TwelftL I' PIONEER- l 1
oa trace on a visit to relatives In CoiumIbla. where they CD prospecting.: Mr. Rnffoa Chattanooga: St. Louis Parties wishing to learn the Spanish
and Thirteenth Streets there caa be S. C. Intending to plant a grove la Caba ,1 E. U Scott Posll. Md.. N. R. Smith. Railway Jacksonville. Fla. i I langnaw ran join the clan now being.
'woe bunch of chin whiskers several Palm Beach: H. Machattle.. Fort Lauderdale Fred L. Robertson formed
I providing he finds conditions and : by F. C. Enright, a proficient
Inches long that were lost by one man TO TAKE MASONRY: DEGREE.-- favorable.Mrs. ; E. A. Hull. Clennont I. Jatwell. Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff.M teacher. jk

by the grasp of. another as the resultof I Messrs. Gaston Drake and Dr. Ertccson. I, Georgia; John L Sheridan.. Pompano ',, I
a light over election' matters. The J. B. Edenfield. J. T. Pure Tennessee
: Barney cream on sate at'Blscara
>a3va aaa aTOuT'avaa' **
Drs. and
and possibly Skaggs U H. Mead, of Cbarleiitowi.
combatants are mid. to have been old / Hallandale: W. D. Selnon. Jscksonrllle I' Drag Company. lit
Pnh. will leave for Jacksonville tomorrow W \'s.110 has been at the Mint 2 BUSINESS LOCALS. 2
but the went at It would I
men, way they ; W. A. Bates Jacksonrille.
sight where they .ni tate ali .. "uttace since early la the eauon. _\_ i I '
have made much'younger men asham- SAN CARLOSA. 3 ; There are many young people
e9aftae aevaaewr> ftjc
blither degrees In Mawnry. tonight for her home. Mrs. Mead sal|
e4 of themselves. i Miami and Dade county Interested In
McNab. Key West: B. Cathon.OJns .
delighted with Miami and Its excellent'climate Homestead for sale; apply to this
I I : J. W. I"... OJo: Albert Atchln- ( learning. book-keeping and lit- .en.
PLENTIFUL-Pis.: office.
I PINEAPPLES especially the late asses
8ETBOLD WILL MAKE IMPROVE son. Elliott Key: W. E: Norton. Lemon pay, and the Metropolis puopoass r
I apples are getting plentiful and prirr which Is far better than she had anticlpated. .
lENTS.-I. keeping with his Increasing City: Cbas W. McPhereon. Stuart make It possible for two of Ocas behave
I stated. the
holding pxxi. As previously FOR "T.-DNI..ble e.r..mn..
business John Reynold, the baker a chance without the coat at .
| bulk of the fruit at present is coming 224 Eleventh Street, with or tthont
JI make a number Improvements I II single: dollar. For fall details ., Ck,
from the keys though there are somemoving CONFEDERATE REPNION RATES.Headgurten board 1
1a his shop equipments during: the arrm plans see the sixth page of this paper.
j from the county or mainland' I 1 1- I Mrs. McLendon.<<
present> summer. Among the Improvements { and within the next two weeks the NEWS OK THE BAY.
to be made will be the Installing i I II Florida D'vlsk-a. fnlt |I -- A GOOD HORSE FOR '
crop will be abundant Key pines are I ed Confederate Veterans Talleb_. I'I First-class table board may be procured IALE.-APPI
of a power dough mixer, a cake stirring I to A. W. Cromsrtle, Lemon City.
I bringing 11.5*' ,...r crate on the local I '' .
cachlne/ and a mechanical egg: beater.Ur. I A pleasant. party composed hisser : Fla.. May 14.. IM.Supplement to at 50$ West Twelfth Street Mrs.Nelaa.
..arket.DtSSOLLTION. General Orders No. 4:.-Gentlemen' -., {j! 277 .
Seybold U now shipping bread and Kelly brothers. Robert )Miller Oscar Fine Laces and Embroideries. at The
nwfectlona to Palpi Beach and other Tucker. John Thompson and other, The time Is rapidly approaching tot i I I Racket Store.

pares. OF PARTNERSHIP.Notice chartered the launch Hyepus yesterday the meeting of the Confederate Veterans' FOR RENT.-Neatly furnished cotj I

I. hereby given: that the partnership and sprat the dav at Soldier Key and Reunion, which convene at j j'tags for rent. Summer prices. Appii W. use Tennessee ream in an our

MISS BLACKMAN DROWNED.- lately existing between Walter rape: Florida The party also did some f Narhvllle. T...... June 14-1C. The rail-'i t i this. office or 130 Ninth. Street, vetwen.Avenue Ice cream and also have the plain

XT. II:. V. Blackman. received the sad M. Newman and L. L. McNeil, of f.hhg ltd had a fish. dinner at the roods have made a low rate of one i B and Boulevard.For .

Intelligence this morning of the drowning Miami. Fla. under the firm name of : former p....... cent per mile. travel for us. and It Is1 e FTRN1SHED HOUSJ.oa .

of his. niece Hiss Lena Blackmaa.Torrlngton. McNeil A, Co. has thin. day been dissolved . hoped that as many as possible wls ., Eastman kodaks and supplies Tenth street for rent Apply.

oz Coon on the .th lust. by mutual consent All d..bllIl The yacht Savolo. Is lying: at the attend. Arrangements have been made|| !go to the Van Moser Studio OB AvenueC. this office.
-the letter states that the young lady owing to the said partnership are to' Royti Palm dork ....IU.IIH arrivalof for special coaches from J....._villa | .

was oat canoeing with. n gentlemanwhe be received by the raid L. L. McNeil her owner. Commodore Griswold to carry the Veterans and their friend i j It
you want to Improve .
nthe boat rapslxed. Her escort sad all demands on the said partner- from New Tork. who to expected down with them to Nashville.. These coachesare New Idea Magailnea and Patterns. your propaity
and need to borrow
cad: a noble effort to save her and ship are to be presented to him for tomorrow to go on a cruise of two to be for their exclusive use and for June received. The Racket Store. Geo. money for 1M
I Q.
purpose try
weeks after will leave Jacksonville Sunday night. Attorney-
succeeded twice In getting her upon nay men t. tarpon. : I
the bottom of the overturned boat They Dated this the Kth day of May, A. e e e e June 12. at t:e6 p. m. via the Dixie. Good shoes for men. women and at-law. West Palm Bisrh. mLTVTCLT {>

time she was unconscious and In D. 1*.4.i Captain Laflln. sailing: the bonneboat Flyer. Route. BUY your tickets that !i children at The Racket Store. ,

his. weakened condition he was unable i L. L. McNeil. Rose Marie, which has bee' down the way and come to Jacksonville If pos -- I c NTEST:

to' keep her there until help could W. M. Newman. roast several weeks with her owner, sible. See that your tickets read asi! Headquarters fancy groceries, fruits -

inch them and she slipped off again I II Mr. Chas. Seething. and a party of follow. "'..Ue Coast Lire to Tlf- etc. at Wilson A rtye'a. 7 '; One vote with
I every ten nab naltffor
aid the tragedy was completed Mine I friends aboard, came into port Saturday ton. Geoxilhern A,: Florida to I

ackmaa? was a young: lady about II I afternoon and proceeded ap the Macon. Centr.eorgia: to Atlanta If you want Ice cream' that .hi good subscription to the Dally MetropU. .

years of age and very popular. Jj PERSONAL MENTION.I bay for the Indian river. She! wan and the Nashvil. attaaooga A: St.I' and pure bay It of the Biscayne Dra which can be fwd toward paytmc

1.1 I joined here by the munch Semlnole. j Louis Railway Nashville. the Battlefield Company. They na. Tennessee cream some worthron person's war '

TOMATOES IN DEMAND.-Mr. Gaston -f J. W. Panl,.. of Hone Sound, is I Captain Albert Heinket. who win tow f Route). This we find to be ) 142'' through a correspondence: course U

Drake of the Drake Produce Co. the city on buninens j her to her destination at Tttusvllle. !: the shortest and most direct r.mte. The book-keeping
reports that there are stm several rae I, where she will be tied-up for the sum-1 adjutants. of all camps will please report The Racket Store can snow yon the : stenography. For fait ;

tvads of tomatoes moving weekly fromjLfcounty J. B. Edenfleld and J. T. Barnes, of :' mer. 4 as promptly as possible' the name finest assortment of chinaware In tile i particulars read the half-pag aa.nouncement .

and that they are now HallaixlsJe, are In the city. j I 5 of all Veterans and their friends who city at two-thirds price. I U to-day1 paper. .

Vlnting fancy prices on the northern The steamer Miami sailed ,..tf'nla"/I will attend. the reunion' so {bat ample -Ii

nod western markets. Last week St. J. W. Ives. merchant of Ojus, to .In : for Key West and Havana with t..lrt'-I accommodations can be prjnriried} for Every subscriber to the Dally Metropolis ARE TOe GOING TO BUILD .

Louis offered $ 4A per crate with not I town today on bus]ness. !j three passengers and a large theft transportation. You pill pleas can aid some deserving young i Let us figure on your work and save "

near enough stock to supply the demand. : The majority of the passengers ...1 post this circular In a conspicuous! man and woman In securing a baalnes* :row money. GRAHAM. KINO A, GRA

The most of the tomatoes aremoving I Attorney C C. Chilling-worth of bound to Havana, taking advantage: place. education by using the ballot to which HAM CONTRACTORS AND BUILD.

from the northern part of the West Palm Beach to in the. city on legal of the excursion rates offered by the By order of the major-reneril. V they are entitled on payment of sub I ERS. will figure on all rla. _. of bulleVIngs.

county. though there are still some! going : -j business pertaining to the primary P. A, O. 8. 8. Co Among the number D. Ballantlne. commanding: Florida rrlptlona. Read our offer on alxtt 1 ria! ._ furnlshrd" jjj

below. election were several from Fort Landerdale. Division tatted Confederate Veterans. page Boa No. 41S.
from the section I .. 4Z

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,t. The Daily Miami Metropolis, Miami, Fla. .

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On Thing Clark FaegoU I OFiANGCS: FROM JAPAN.
.F A call for Chart. A. DtI..*. A.ri_ rvi iig
a minister wan about t THr"Wi > nrtir yjr. IrTe's
: t. Le iMaed in Champ Clark's hometown Human Nature. j j Chane A. [lobs. now paaaed two 7 Car L....! .( tb. frail Bn .ak> !. KwW w* WU illl oVHWNtJU t\H wITVII VV r.
in \ Mile.-What would yon do if yti j] tat mot<< forgotten was ream an I I'I L A....... mm .. fr.mprlM....
Missouri says the Washing\ kao1,000.000 P'I tarn at Bound Brook. N. J. During, A .Innlll' .. icnniriit lie '
| |l'ro.U.*
correspondent of the New York 1 Oilea-Same M othenho hut, Ua Drwopaprr carper be vas often .e:! one that .be ..
'I may f iuiiiini-ati> ti
World. It vat made, and when the'I 1 asked bjr ones tarn out of work whattbej '
minister $1,0410.10kick because I didn't. i tlif fruit c:owen of lie. rmintry wjaIttintly I (
arrived the church committee should do to become SII"t'f'tIIota1Jr. I Clubbing Rates.J
Gave -touOOCa.-ClenlaDd; Hai. .
mvlved the
bond the minister and Representative ) Dana eventually tamale tired .r by surveyor : i
Clark were old schoolmate !, Dealer. : tb*.* adrlr _k...... T. a friend .f tlx. |.. rt of Kamaa <1ty. It.. a nf
i be ,, lo.. *. They vent to him and asked The Useful Utff dyne aald: arangra Japan duty 1 if
him about the t "Let the fount man about town out slam which amounted to alm, tt KXO."
Dew minister. *TIlkd' a liar, bat ta* ether oink t
Tie's f Ih* rain el emph>rnat try a year oa tie earth Tbe. car arrited from the nurth. bar. 1 1I 4
a good said Mr.
11'uredJM' tears ., turf_ op as'tnattn Plowing behind a brlndle dale villtre 1 In* rencbrd Its dewtiuaUun by off
Clark.lIe.il1 infuse nev life \ winder *...., ( bin a new roontltntlon. take th way The people of Dade County will])
the all the
into the church and U of *a tbmrsrr Sroita Topp4 to ..* HuJ raiud.ia; raciOc railway slid Its want news
one the I .
kinks oat of his topknot. 11 rof "t .. this
soutl'e it is
bta Ion.
: bat a Jd Acmaipanjinf year as to be an interesting
not sociable fellows I ever metlie '. bbs throat tbe off his one
m. noted for his t/vthfalnna tnmRally gas atootach. It wa* Uw K.. *
a J.p..ay. ""
is eloquent, tells a .f the right kind and will be quite,I ..'. well, h* arc ..' ......... ..' tack sg I.I III a good appetite am bouts ring r'j 1r..lolr Beshb. unl
titHnc tie
bout cemo nplac* *.04 <| a* a shli.tilelltL
an addition to our town. Till, darn .... I ... gtooauer '. half ft ad a sight of beaten" the manner of KHIliif It to )gauss
The committee started to leave, thirty rfK.! I Vy old friend la a farmer today,, City U lntrrrliiig.n nmleitrrdeonKixnnient I II National State and CountyThe
working atxteen boars a daj. with m*I
feeling very good over having made of lui rtatlua the. orJ
Juf turn *M Cato Tn4 the latch a.". |
such an excellent selection when blame.mt. air. bel or roapevt." of ever "ratalnf tbe most sages rauie In a bowled ear under' K"emmeiit .- .
Clark called them back saying: TM Haul'. 1 forget the raID WM pdtt.at .' ,i pat ewsp.perdom. uraL But the. touting tliroucb J
eke door! "
"Oh, I forgot to tell I the northwest 'made It Beremary t. ''
you that Dr. H .bail BM out to ArtoMMp s-ngkw' A. Attftlro.
Blank is fierce when he drunk. ..c-*. rbkfa I Lave a bran In (attendance to aee that J Metropolis
gets Unman ada. vill .
..' krlpta* .f ttn -1IeFn atrtacte* arrest attest I 's *
There's .1 Lttr wax kept pn''nrly' heated. To
no handling him when he the. rattlr "Jilcfi. when the most artistically contrived,
drinks. 10.' 1 vua pr.xnt at the time lie eaptar.dtat..ra tlf will be passed .."'" says a' an'iHuiMUli ILL wltlimit.. InfrlnKinf on *J Has perfected arrangements it'can
) till, tile luimrtallna la" a Imrjlar posit whereby offer'such
*'> York letter.' A
Broadway w1DcJool'
TU1 I dvclarwi w ralaalfhla *14 Cua.I'I'I tap was ennotrurtrtl In nbe cvrner uf JI attractive rates for various
A Hmn.ra.ia thaeiff. Is attracting boat .f newspapers
ail th MIL spectator eqt'!
t for car for :.be oifniany| of a ..... I that should ?
Jack Steel used to be sheriff down to see a young woman drencbed by r I It la there be no excuse for people remaining
JTurkrr. I' was Ihla .pea that the little J
rrnn Malvvra km lie
in Representative Dougherty's district took a awllrh M shower bath vblch operates directly! ..... (f. in ignorance to the
: 0.1 ..' gamed Hade the .; Joarnr iOranrm as happenings of
in Missouri and Mr. ... j Tr bee bead. Ores a handsome frockab the
Dourher.1 About lb. tblnn Ib* ta. mid time from Japan constl'nte as : year.
ttt mn tarn laat.Aa" wear a mackintosh Sbe stand I I'
ty this story on him: 'I tbmvh I hat a ...... t.... ... ...- under. a shower' tot a few salautee an! entirely new commodity of con.men I
"The county judge was a man tala 11_ I'V* Coo...- them ). 10 far a. Kama City rrrelpta are corneeraed. :
weighing 300 pounds. Steel who. rr I...'....*. rhea tt'a ralata a.' lb.elver ; smlflacly Imp off the macklatoaliand the ablpment rerrived to tb* 'r'I
.... anova tile et..ntIIat beneath
tats' j' Drat of tbe. kind to arrive sine tb
kept the local hotel J. summoned .
a Thai Mm W WBtokr nproWta hip tile protecting cloak bee garments areTf .... ._ '* RATE. H
for tow B a port of entry. It to
jury and 1
a term not ODe of the enteriatw with ctl7/ dry. This tent to supposed totsmar
"ta .... a >ra rich Wttar than hl. JM.aat thought that the orange nave beeabeoocht ,
jurors weighed less than 550 pound.*. Mlckbar .*... the beboUer that d.. t4.Ntkr .. K._. for the j*
On the first ewe called Steel fed the .. *....... ana.Ttkfraph appearance of tM coat, kt vir1 of .. purpose The
just few
experiment a yrara tgo J Daily
jurymen a dinner consisting of plenty Co.I tile b..v/mt/ sb.were. 'a car .lad of wheat from 0.1...... Uk. I I

of onions, buttermilk and other Operatoe'a Mlataka. What the Diet lads May Acc.M,1I1II\ .... rave la and wa distributed Jimoac and One Yt ear

soporific foods with the result that Pro rcutor'n Detective Frank Vir- Apropo, the diet craze of the lat prominent K..... farmers for taeed.

in tbe afternoon all of them and (he ;i I tee of Newark..X. J, U inclined to two or three years may not and does The "peclnena of .."... arebow.ver. J Daily 'J/ imes-Union $10.00

judge vent to sleep. believe a telegraph operator played not perform all that it promises for oIl.teriorralH'P.' bring I j t
'Sheriff.:said the judge on a vakening a joke ou him. Still it may havebeen tbome who listen to the voice of the sot<< mrn-h larger than a liow. The ex1 1.aI! Semi-Weekly Times-Union

*thi* court b here for business. I a simple Wander and the de- medical or other fa In future I want eclne will kt it its to preclude tbe Twanlblllty of eatabHahlnc ..aI
you to tt pass. I extravagance may come ultimate .
Weekly (Metropolis with
sa American market for Japs
fact a jury with a single to When Claude ll Stillman the al-1 good and another Semi-Weekly Times.
eye jm- 'i'I j generation may new ........ It I. probable that tile ,.aI
tk"I I :egad defaulting assistant secretary I trap h'rpilJ.ne .e bare so wo.The entire car .toad ban b..r.. ronht ber .., Union "" =
"Ye*, ,.ur honor. ansvero! : of the Vurohv Varnish com nan\'_ ," time mar" romo. a- .....t _n'i. _.r__ _,.rA1.r.il.ul.__ ___ _n_ ___..._. b._. !_:.._ _]._....__era.wvprnsrst. .. With Atlanta Journal twice
r SteeL ma arrrvted i in New York, Virtue' Dental ilottor helieve: when; the science : a week 12.25

'The next panel summoned con 1 sent this telegram to Pro.ecuto.* of dieting will be so perfectedthat -- \\"jth Weekly Palm Beach News 12.00OR

.fisted entirely of one eyed men." Biker of Kixwx county: me shall not merely be able, as -
t I **1 hate Stillman locked up at ve do now, to keep people alive EXPOSI-RE. -

police headquarters in New York." much<< longer, but ve shall likes i... .I! subscribers must all back

1 This Ss the dispatch as it vas rv keep them in a useful condition.j To cult draught of air. to keen and can take pay dues before they

.. .... 1.5. aw.. relied by the prosecutor: I i Octogenarians I will retain their faculties rutting winds. sadden advantage of these offers and cash
i' Vmcts rrlmna. refrying a armful, 1 "I have still on. Locked up at to the full senility will be chancea of t. advance must accompany all orders for

imertea. outald the gate wateb- police headquarters in New York." .avoided and if perhaps, grandfathers perstarr, acanty clothing. andes eipo these combinations.
i tag cautiously tile Bwvementa of two "That's mused ire. of the throat
t funny, the pronteator. and grandmothers do not con. and neck after j
or tkrae yard dogs .* the lastde. Tb :', "I didn't suppose Frank ', trive to preserve their youthful ap- public speaking' and abusing bring on ADDRESS '
lady *C the BOOBS appeared e. the front j = :
mould do anything like that Still to the end will at'''
they court and
gallery" and said: 'oc..e la. Crete Pri >> colds. BaHard's .
I'm ?ld he had sense enough to teiegr least, ro we are assured be clear ,
C'OIH' TIle hound
am wont
: dogs bit Syrup la the beat care.Mr -I
,-- "';.h. brained at reventy-* ven as at t..eDt'fell. *. A. Barr. rloaston. Tn...
\nth- broad trim Ucktbtc VB Ua'I, \\ h-n the detective reached Newark and thus with the advantage 31. l"e: '"One buttle of Ballard'sHorehound writJan. !
b ebsrfd lace tads Prtnos reptted.I 1 I the prosecutor shoved the telegram of ripe experience: they will *
laws, dry west bile ... ...... I I'. to him, and then the detective help on the work of more youthful Syrup cured me of a very .

Vawe 1 onalat cewlV ta.--LIpplf ; bran to say things Xev York; brain and temper the follies of the bad couch. It. Is very pleasant to
1i- '... 1III 1M. .. I! Press fifing rMn .-London WorldL I'take.arr.. 5/ .. $".00. Sold by Red ,

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GEO. H. MEYERS, i I L'XITEDrATa TOR fHE VJTH-I T>* Irish nil...,. ar. said to hawmore 1
director la proportion to theirsite
ERN DISTRICT or FLORIDA. importance and ,
sarong capacity
iP rr I II. the matter of Condemnation of Land Xaaa any similar corporation la th* j

Electrical Contractor between Btacaya Bay and the world. They average one director t. .:
1 ; Ocean every 20 miles. of road. la im. whoa ;

|The PreeMeal of the foiled But *EUaa aa effort was mad la bar tb* ...... J
I America: / brought ender the raperviaion of the) '1
Mate. they .nn..... on* director .
,. ., 1 1113, Avenue C- i i To John F. Hoer Eaqv 1nlte4/... ...f'rata Bile of road At that tint h .;

Estimates for Marehal for the Southern Dnrtrict of' there were M mad. averaclBc 41 au..
Florida: Cresting: / I In toncta Thy bad 43* .......,. Holtrltora.
Make known t. Elaathaa /Frill, Mary M ecretarle'"and 7t engit.era
"Electric \Wiring.\ Bell .. i
Light wring. I W. Oabora. Frank Gabon/Sarah C. Oekorn. -

t ( Viola ... Oebom.il D. Heodrtckoo. -i I j

I. Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. Suaan C Hendrfekaon. sad Mary W. i|' 1 .
iOabom. ?
ExenrtrUy and Frank Oe-
'bono Executor of taw but win and teeta-1 I I .

FREDK. S. MORSE |meat of Earn A/Oabom. deeeaaed. and.1I |, Marine to lay npoa my bed for 14day ,,

j I an Mher pcnon* latereated ta the follow i' from a severely brained leg I
{Inc doacrlbed/taada; that I I 'found relief when I used a bottle of

I WIMrMe p.110.a... Bled ta theawe. Ballard Snow Llalment. I eau eheer-

REAL ESTATE 1104 caua prayta the con- fully recommend It a* the boat anal

1"r -- of certain .... for the aoeT cine for brnlaea ever seat to the afflict
/ State*, deatrlbed aa follows ed. It bas BOW become a positive ne-

Oboes up stain Cor. Af..C and It th 81. ... at a post couth ceaalty npoa myself D. R. Byraaa.merchant. .
M d.ev.Il minute west M feet from
; Watch space th* aorthe...t mrnor of tb* -u..... Dovenrllle. Tn... lie Ids.
Miami.. Dade Co.. Florda. quarter of action M. la tewnehlp Houth. 100. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy ;
ran** C aat.. rnnnlnc thence south !
for change of i degn.a. M minute. e t* the ........ of the Atlantic Ocean thence TWO IS BXTTMtTHA.il' 05X-
POWERS MEAT MARKS. t.n....... aid oho>aouthoriy for about '
Her* .a Pointer for th* llaraorou .,'
UK fe*%! tbenr mirth a Mr. wait Wlonc a Hne parallel I* and reader I Ton waal to save mtrnutaad
Florida East Coast Railway .......1 at rich ....... Awes the northern we know how t* help yes. Wa :'I
Choice lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. boundary of thai tract *f land b.l.gdeerlewl. saw Is It ao yes pay a HtU* tor.Oa

Sausage. Hams Poultry etc. lie feet) aKtut fe -. t* Isewater UMT.. priA... *f one paper and get U*ewe
I y .L Tiw.- th* Daily
SOS ArBWE: It,. x1A tLf'I.ORIDA.' mark on Bhmyn* Bay. thaw.natheriy Timea-L'Bimt and nI... ha. -.rr 1
t. Schedules. foUnwIna1 staid low water markkhnnt ..
b* reduced to the foJIowlnf arioaiThre r
MT* feet, thence ftouth m dtannI.
minute *aet ....... a Site parsed t* month.... .... .. ... I 1 H -J
Are You Going to Build ? .ui distant at right anclee from the lUXBMNlUMOm .. ..... .. .. .... a M '
sow horn boundary of thai tract of land year....... ...... ...... ... M 1..
bemr .............. not reel about Bt feet We propose to tend you both ISM 'j
If so, or it need building material of t* th votat ., ramjipiaji c _....- Dally and ttaaday Ti.e.4:as. sad
you any tat 4:.. MTa nor,or Mar In Dad CooaTbereforei Oldies sad the Mtraorou fur:
kind you should not fail jto see .,.. Tlerk'a: SlxBMMtba. .........?>. .... W .
., Ihm areeenu ar* t* command 0. year......... ............ M
taeev and earh *f them, and say Tt-: send yon tW flejJ-Wnky
and all perron* latereeted ta or Saving and Citizen tad Ua r
.- I J. A. McDonald ..... upon arid ....... t* b* sad appear. Mmoroua: :

&Co.J before tile Cremtt' Court *T the CattedState i Six atontb for. .......'........ I t M
lor tb* .ortbera DMrlet.. of. liar.Ida .1 One ye.r. ..... ............... SWTbo
at ;JackaoartD* oa JI. .,. June i
elk. Ifs[ then and tbW* to ale any objection for tt _t. mire Uaa Is*) ,....
5..al X"la ssCasl.ssBrickUs, : they may bin** and to .... what 1 price af the daily y*. gel awe papw*
Dealers In. C..err ts.... ....r d mtereet they and eacbj., them any bar and for Ifty cent BMT than U*m->
.. ta the property ber Tard. Onta*.a_..D sod Mlk aweit.Wilson's. '
and to anew ea_ U nay they can. why th* ftemi-Weeklj TSM-USMU) ash
aid hud ....... not be condemned aeto Citizen and tb* Farat.. and Fruit
A iwdMg law t* th* aoe of the United Grower. 's
> : Noieiwo1i.1CB states: and why sock ...........,. aa I* Bead your BhaeriptioM I* \MIa fi
prertded by btw enouM not b* bad: whys I. advaae always at thin prloaa.TmsMmorous. y.
Jury build not b* aummooe.. to aaaaa ..
f. the damea-ii; why a Judgment of eondemnatVm Kla.t. J1a __:if
f.r ahouU not b* entered spas
la now U operaUoa and ready to lwcdv tb* verdict of th* sold Jury, ta pursunc 1
order of th* Statute ta *oca ease anil
and pr* lded: why suck other and further ;
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proredtnc aa may b* provMed" bylaw
\\"OOIt NovsxTira: I* such caw a. may b* neceeaarr to Cooley & Homer l
Co. 1 Wladow and door acreena, window enable the fritted State to acquire a perfect
J. Robbins & and doe frame*, stars flxtnrea, stair and fee dmple title thereto ahonld -
not b* MdWitoeas TatReil Emu Iii Rcitil ..
work, inside trimming of all kinds. the Homrnbl Merrllle W. FnUler. Attars .. -

f'F Elarness: and Oarr1aseDepoQ R. S. WILSON COf JnMtr- Of the Supreme Coart M .,
of tb* Unit** ttatea and tb* Seal oftbl List You Property With ;
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Court at the City of ;JackaaajTfn fi
3 .. ta soN m "..... on this ,.--. '
after is' CLASS AWD IPlCmCAno. day of A iril. A. D. !* .. A %.!
Quality is remembered long price : IIsepP. ,7. .4
--- (sa I) E. O. WCKE.cork.. with riparian' right:wtt&la a few s' ..
t. :; mianks walk of the bod am c**bar ..
forgotten. --- ol Miami( rV
being SW fees on bar sad *
rJ2 -W.1AHN ORDE FOR PCBUCATIOX.la I pwp fees deep, ".ID, a lot of fN J
Quality Mkes the Bargain. bearing trees oa it. This. a lam ,
the Omilt Court PTeatk Judicial place for a wiater b_. .
Ctrcnit. 3a<1* ('00t). Florida.
I' '4us. "w.lsch Sts. t. 1JF1a. A ... aehihet .ad t\L11 S.n '
... i : < Amelia Ray n Wad H. Ray dlrorea. 328 Ttelftl StmL Silxttr ..
1 t I BOW bar ta my employ oa* of the It pp"|rlo( bjr fflitrtt! appended to MIAMI. FLA. Bki :._.., J1Wlite

best draftsman Is th* South sad aa the bill In I th* .!*"* Mated mUM that

better prepared taaa ever for taraiakIBE Rafe H. ;RI,.. the defendant therein

HEAVY BLACK8M1THIXG. plant and details for food buildings .aT"" It pon-r"' dent of the State of

Borte-8h<.einf, Warm at Csrriage.Kork/ >a* cabinet work, *U. I I Ftor;da. aid I* now resident of Port- \\ fade Barter Shoe.

fIi F. B Haven All Kind RepaiMag. I am aw headquarters for tend land. Oregon, and I* over the age of .

.' 1i BrnID; sad I4HiD; work scroll sawing and all work ma.j tweotr-oo* years; It la therefore ordered Foir Cluirs. It o Waitim:

; All Work Gaaraafartd. FirM-Ciaa ally doa U a ant elaaa plaalaf milt that Mid non-reaident defendant' Best Sirricc in the Gtj.A. .

Bead BM your orders for door' s sad be and to hereby repaired to appear to
r Aven.ue D. COLBY 1
Shop 800. Proprietor.
> window tram. baUnjtera. brackets the bill of complaint Died la said cauaeom
SOJ Twelfth Street.Clubbing .
-tt, and b* eoavisead.MIAMI. or before Maooday. the ilk day of
FI June A. D. 1XM, otherwise the aUecatkma -
... of said Mil win be taken u coa-
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reused by said defeadaaL
McNeill & Co. It Is further ordered that this order

i.: SEABOARDAir be published one a week for four eon- Rates.

vcvtlT week la the Miami Metrop-

+ Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th oll. (Dally) n aewi,aper paUi ed lauld You can save money by sub-

Lin Railway rovatyl! and Btat*.
scribing for the :
f Street, West of Railroad.We This end day of Ma,. U 4. I papers- *
j I E. C. Dra>*orn. you want through

FOR have gentlu'horses broke for ladies to ride and drive.Good : Clerk Circuit CourtS. I .

O. Friu The

t. Savannah Columbia, Camden, Southern; Pines, Comfortable Carriages j Deputy Clerk. I

1 Raleigh,. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Robert R. Taylor. Metropolis.

Philadelphia. New Yorki" First class Teams, and : Solicitor for Complaisant .

i" Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White Drivers. "DailyTimes-Union e can give you the

Seaboard New Yorkji i M ited. 1

Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail ..>.. ,*.t........f.*..*>*t*..l...tt;;. >.*...........i I.iI LAHGUAGE-USED--BY TABBY. Daily Metropolis iorlio.'oo .

,The **** .. tnte no Tmoelnled byVreoehaM : a year or botk-

Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida Pastime"ReCO ;i a ...._* Vkawo It.' Man for six months .101-

Tii'........ Sew Terk u,... I* e..pw.s.aeW.t.(7 ef PattaMi t 5.oo.
sawseres. baa the
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J R Ai....... earl IartW il.r tot New Y--vM w..../Mt.t.I...... Its 1eg..nMlue Po" Columbus of Cat land. He baa leaned .
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daily frim.Jacksonville k!.<.... nurk..tf5N .eaclt_. Herb Mo. .laWfeMiec; .. reee
Only line operating through sleepers aM wad it.ke.id .., e... S.J..r pie that It la a matter wonder that Daily Metropolis
to New Orleans. anasL-Tb.Ccerd Cnmpaey e. Mt.a.we for ':.kTlcatW.wltk _._ the world waited ao beg for some oa*t*>
..b.cAptiw list der krd.4 tb..a.d. T. M lb ke MlMrle- estrawrrnare
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for eentcelar nrU..eml will iucelo K -Aallo" Is for food.Aliloo .
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Seaboard, or write vritioc taMet aM .. : ; -- | Is a reoneet for water. :
etaaatlyearaTCd FtarWa_vonki* -he-'oipres S dedre. for milt
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S. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Art. Jxbaa flle- !**-- i "'rooted"ptle-W-.eel moue meat sad to applied Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly

.- .",....- -.... .......-- .1't..,. t, ... t !I before! to devoarinc.Memiw.any food. which kitty fondles Times-Union boone

'' .' tiered almply. to a art* year. S2.OO.
*la(; uttered Bercely aad with accent oaI
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-T ya-aa-ayow to the yell. of ...e_ la
Dade ? i battle sad I* vartonaly arceated to tell
Qouity: Abstract o. 1... MeCemb, Proprietor,
E A. FOKSELL PROPRIETOR ,of the progrusothoatiunea.e-.s- .
!'ayowbelac the cry of baltl adaeaa.. Pompano. Florid.
#. 'JOIII lPOSATED "Yewatamille. that tile rat 1.1.. -
tma aad aeeda human aid. It to nt- -
t SFWCLL II toyed very auftly'Parrler 1
R.\TES$J. *r TOJ.So PER DA .-to a reqoeat to open a door .UetlWa .j
,\ __ Parries*to the I-tore-yo of caUaad.i )/. Produce bnjera aad ao.licitora :
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,t. s*. 1r..c.-..., ... aU-be MN k..oOM.L Dede C..a. I .. .. ... the toat syllable to a call from a cover more territory a claw
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GENERAL BANKING Fort Dallis! National Bank. .m


OF MIAMI. FL.A. .erEs ..

C.AJrr S !. 00.000.00

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

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

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

in strength .and business. I


!. .-Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas Nation .1 I

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

Asse"ts. Liabilities.

Loans anti Discounts. . . . $165.955 4Overdrafts Capital
.* t oo,o00 00
25018I Surplus.: I .. .:.
. 2.00000
T. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . 25,00000 Profits. . . . .
. . . 1.56972
Premium on the 1.43" 5I <> National Bank{
notes outstanding. . 200000
I Dade County Bonds. ... 5.000 00 Deposits 262.070 .
Banking House. . . . . . 41.21415U.

i' S. Bonds owned . .. .$$56,625

; Hue from Merchants National .
Bank ot New york. . 19. t 5988

I Due from National Bank of .

Jacksonville 18,59946

.; Due from Mercantile Exchange -

Bank of Jacksonville ",35615 ..

t I )ue from Trust Companies of

New York . . . .; 7, 500 20
.' Iue from State Banks and'

]liankers; 10,24908 -

Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. t. z 5000 .

1 Cash on hand in vault . 33.2658 c'53. S3 "00

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F"' $390.640 $390,64065


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I if- HORSE PRINTS PAPER. lew-abiding aplrlL While systematic was tussling at the trigger and st thee -
and vicious abuse from the sanctum Is same time trying to point it at Deputy ,
i Editor Folsom Tatnall County. Geor exasperating above; all other, It flow 1 Sheriff Farrier. While In thin position iF ;
Rte Has Novel Scheme. not justify a resort to rioleoce. We |,f Mathews' wife started for the sheriff 5poaoo
honor these. young men for apix-allnc. with a large blue steel. 38-cslihre! revolver. .
A newspaper printed br a bone in to the Im...-TitunTllle Star. Deputy Langston tried to get toher I
a novelty that Reldsvllie. MM count see. and dually succeeiled In gettingher
seat of TaUnall. can bout of. port the lifeless body was still there. gun. Mathews still tussled with Palm Beach Stock
Is So far as U known there U nothing Mrs. Owens !la still In a very critical the sheriff and as he bad the gun f'l I
"t else Just tike It anywhere ID the coun j condition. The town l.. quirt, but It .. about oat of the sheriff hands and v BcingJOoscd: out
a try. The laonoe- rwam.. attracted agreat said the excitement ran high In the pointed at Deputy rVrlrr..the depot i
, deal of attention during'the Congressional neighborhood Saturd.-QulaCf'T Era. shot the bullet entering the month
f Convention held la Reid.4 *- S. I and passed upwards, and Mathews felt! /NEW YORK COST.
Till recently. A Butt for libel has been instituted dead la Sheriff Hopkins' arm Tails
-F Not only does the patient animal by Commissioner Jones against tot b.Capital..
grind on; every edition of the TaUnall Fort Pierce News. When .e ,
Journal. welch means a great deal the vicious and scurrilous attacks of .5. .
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' tat It Is Editor George G. FoI.m'.1 i the Fort Pierce editor on the familyof
; A few"mornings ao while MissMary
buggy aDd wagon horse a* well. Th' Judge Jones, and when we consider
i- Tattnall Journal wu Issue yesterday taad the personal fearlessness of his sons, J 1 Dlxon w.s renovating her trunk : liens Nobby and Up-to-date Suits
the bone was hard at work grind their reverential devotion to their father she emptied a parcel of trash that Was _. -
1- lag out news upon the arrival of the and their characteristic affectionfor In the "tray" Into the fire. Anion' ,I, Made of hummer Weight ChevioTs, Hon, !
; delegates to th. convention. each other, we are prone to congratulate this aggregation which was only lit U/ \ spuns. (Wool Crash- and
: English
( Cricket
f A large number of the visitors were them on their restraint and burn was a cartridge, which exploded 1 1 r- '
Cloth. \\ ilsonl
t the guests of Editor Folsom and and the shell struck Mlw Dixon near Jros{ Cluett and.Star.- __ Inll"p,
* watched-- the horN pressmaa at workhot With lu tail f4thersrratber smutty. J the eye flirting a very palnfn I' -- _
until tile visitors went Into thI <' and picking up grains of corn with the, wound. It to not :'konwn' yet as to I J h
I newspaper office were they willing Ut :I Bock: of chickens In the yard of MaggieJohaMm. 1: whether her eyesight .to really gone or \r. I 250
tWine that the horse going In a ctr. colored. 1! ' ere In the yard was really printing th.' street a carrier pigeon was found yesterday I who hope the worst Is over Suits Mens Underwear
I ***. morning. Maggie Johnson was with her.-High' Springs Hornet. NOW ONAT ,

:_' f'ro.II the outside It looked as though feeding her chickens and saw the pigeon j, S. ".ooJ. Ifalbriggan. Lisle and Fancy Lisl .
i a sugar can grinder was la motion She did not know that It was a
[ Th play to aav a bores tarn cog carrier pigeon and tried to ware It t Fred H. Carpenter was the chant h __ _
r wheels that, with the aid of a pulley, away. Instead of the pigeon getting pion fisherman last ..-. Two targ SeweD'sTailoring
f will pat a printing press Jn motion frightened It new toward Maggie and I shark were seen swimming around Hats For Men.
and actually print a newspaper, Is entirely she then discovered that It had a gold the railroad dock and he determinedto
original with Editor ro&Aad -. band about Its leg. She examined the catch them, so he secured a good
1' the editor of the Taunt Journal band and It had the following markson strong tackle and set ball for them
to delighted with tile .....It. H-. It: -1f'n1W43Maggie at 'once which tried It aa aa experiment and ha reported the matter to the police de- book was too weak as It straightenedout
f' found It so successful that be believes .rtmf'1lt. after placing the plgoa Injeage. a and the shark escaped. On Friday EstablishmentYou 100
before long all of the country editor She will keep the bird until its be secured a stronger hook and wa*
win b. going to press with the aid\owners are heard from or until she rereceive. 'i more _f.l. He tended a monster .- DENS STRAW HATS.
nt a horse, or s mule..or perchance anVr Instructions to let It go.- hark eight feet long but not withoutthe
.. Tlmes-rnlon. i I, assistance. of Mr. BrasweU and will find anything -- -- -
>or Folmm explained that he .... e e I two others, who happened to te: near 100
OMUerabl dJBculty la getting About 9 o'clock last night Sheri lad went to his assistance. He caught wish in this stock except
steady negro to turn his presses .... Hopkins vent to the home of Robert mother Saturday about the same
ke was forced to experiment with the Mathews to serve a warrant on him 'ength. Mr. Carpenter secured photographs shoes, which we are now MENS FELT HATS.
bores Now be would not be Induced and his wife. I'pou arriving at the of his catch.-New Smyrna -- -- .
to make a cia..... Where win ta. home the sheriff and deputies faun' Breew. having, :a sale of at our 1
negro bto capacity wee TW papers an i[the house open and walked la a.. I I zoo
hour It Is tow 1.-10. A... too the found Mathews. his wife and Dr. Ring- I< shoe store. _
horse doe other things besides printfloe I 1 ling sitting at a dining table. The I I FISHER IN A HURRY TO DIE. MENS CLOTH HATS.
paper. sheriff having heard of Mathews' I II IIflOIlN'
threats to his deputies In the altf'r- zJJioJJJioJJ ::::--.. .

STATE NEWS. I,noon when they were serving a levy oe | Columbus Ohio. May 1C.-Alber
News' has reached this dty tills I,him went prepared to protect himselfIn t'I. :aliasDutrh") Fisher under sentenceof .. .ioJioJioJioJioJJJioJ: ioJ-JioJioJtioJioJioJioJ.:
mining that Gaines Hafl. the negro|' doing hla duty. As the sheriff electrocution: for t murder, committed JI7 .
_ .assaulted Mrs. Josiah Owens recentlr. j walked In n* told Mathews lie bad a In Toledo has made a formal request T
was caught at Kingstown Jut t warrant for Us arrest and In a fewmoments that the date of his execution be i SE'tt VEIL &
Saturday. aftamooa br a mob. They I IF I a deputy had placed! the cuff hanged from July 7 to June 17. oo BRO.Ir :
' carried M./to the semi of tIM ert_|on Mathews' wrIsts and started to go. which date three others are to boo electrocuted. 'tt. :
btu to tree and shot him It to stated as the sheriff was ready to Fisher refuses to permit hfo}
and Ue4 a j jto4atL :
1 TO that Mathews said be would not gogod attorneys' to take any steps to ...... 1ffIfIf: : : : : :> : f.Iff.:1: : : :rr.E:>FEE: :>FFfE:>FFE: : >FfrFFEEi: :

TIM roen ...,...:( to taU the would Just as soon die as go. gad his life saying that lie committed the 310012 12th Street
body tow sad bury It sad at Jut ....1.1J|then grabbed the sheriff's gee and murder sad should be punished. MIAMI. rL'-

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