The Daily Miami metropolis
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076097/00118
 Material Information
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 25, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00118
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

Full Text



= .

The Only Paper in South Florida Carrying Associated PessDispatches. .

: = =
-- --
Vol. I No.: 141.: ua; MIAMI- -- ---- n I
MAY --c
25. 1904. :: Prim S. _"_*_::;..:
- --- ao.

Cbrt's.. May Ii Chinese Junks arriving
from Taknsban forty mile
t>t. Petersburg, May. IS.
*outh.....t of Antung on the LJao Toni -
peninsula report tbe landing of six here are that General Kuropexkla I*

[ thouxand Japanese there last SundayAnother Are Japanese. Though Main Body IsMiami: firtrafo Are Making 4c thesun preparing to make. a very' Important CONFERENCE '
Junk from Pitaowo report move against the enemy. One reason

that the Japanese are landing small at Lug Wang Cheng. Preparations Now. for this belief. I I'* the sudden Increased I

numbers itl troops there every day and I, restrictions I i Ii
are building temporary .barrack on I -- ,, upon war correspondent I _
Elliott Island where one hundred I I at the front. The prevailing belief
St.-ClairAbrams Punctures i i
Maj. '
.hl.... Including: men of war sod Iran.- ;!Rumors *f Bloody BairJc Mj Japa-nc Oe- 'Prima HI Consist of Kunnjog Racy for' here Is that General\ KuroLls army is Of East Coast
ports will make a rendezvous. In difficulties. District As
His Claims. Only small skirmishes have been reported rrat-J** tanVN .. tbo Tina Prt/ts. rVHb Pyrotecbrdcal DbPrrHsub. .

along the western *hore* ofthe play at P41 .I I II REFl'SES TELEGRAMS. semble Here To-day.
Lao Tung Peninsula. up to last ,!
I -
Sunday Heavy firing was beard from .
the direction of Port Arthur yesterday St. Petersburg. Mar TS.-Telegraphle -

THAT LAND BUGABOO) w hi'b is taken as an indication that Mukden..! May 2S.-According to the i At the regular meeting of the flre- communication. with New Chwang U :
the land attack bas been commenced latent Information ; Interrupted. and private MINISTERS
obtainable the Jap- men .but night active steps were takento (. message from DELEGATES
as tbe Japanese fleet ban not been seenoff anew troops bare resumed provide points' south
their forward for tbe Fourth of July celebration of LJao CbAng are refused
the port in the last few da *.
movement Sewra '
comma are and Bremen' tournament it at the telegraph offli-es her. -
Ualny refugees say that GeneralSts.r.eel advancing though the bulk of the main is proponed to hold
ls Al Political Oajrlrak as Shoe' i(; here on Indepen- The nature of the Interruption: I*
baa taken all the cash from .
army U still near reliC Wang Chen .k-occ
: Day, and from now on the boy from Various
by Supreme Cwirt Decisions-A Port Arthur and Ualny banks' no that I There are persistent rumors that wWT'worli with niMtion to mike the not known but the cause' for refusing Pfau "f itb Many

the depositor are unable to cash bloody battle have taken T .Q- .. .1.e ru.u..iete siruepuwi.
place crest
popular and the bent of tbe kind Viiiior Are Prettat.
Fair. Clear and Concise Argument checks. .. of tbe line for -Gtfafcrcacc
t eea the Japanese army advancing ever* held In this section.A military. purposes.HARMONV .

Which YVIO Turn Voles from along tbe railroad fram Pnlantlen andthe 'I! committee consisting of MessrV. *. Assembled at 9 A. M. and Proceeded
Russian near K'ncbou! resultingin I \ Ji. Hull and W. L. Kemper wa "

Brovttrd to Davis if Those ttho, i iI I A fACTORY COMING, : the defeat of the Japanese with appointed. to confer with the Board :: DODGEWon't : to Business. Rev F. Paso

I great loss. of Trade ana to consult with the offi/ PrcsMI ;
Read Are Not BHoded by Prejudice I i I --- Small parties of Japanese scouts havelieen the F. K. C. ky.. relative to II I I -VVTD Be IB Session Al

i I II seen D considerable distance '13'of....., as an Inducement to the Week and
gel tbe
and Can Understand. I j I I I northeast of Mukden but no Important : .. Pubflc Is lavfted -
j here The committee
!, Board of Trade Hill Advertise For, I body of the enemy ha been located In I| waited on the Board of Trade last I M Abrams or Frederick Out: to Attend. '

.this vicinity. night and : ,I
Cigar f (torlrs. stated their object. The of lib Rarr.iAi __ I.

It ts.a well-known fact that 11* A.// i- un J -

St. Ctelr-Abram bas never been on : -
I The city U well filled with '
the aide of the railroad' and rorpora- I today the .
floss, also that be I* one of the ablest TMO or Three f'r.1IoIIs0110 .U farConsUeralloi I AcUrelbopalgi J Bfktg Wooed ta Their" here of tbe annual being conference the, meeting of .

lawyer In Florida, therefore what b* i East the
and Referred to Come Bdutf. and t VYB Be I District of the Methodist
says win have much weight with the | I episcopal Church
South. The
people who read and think. He has .Iil't .. Mdllllr oK 11I'r5. Surtessful One.It i embrace the territory from Paiatfca district .ill...
written a "-,1>-1' to the JacL":..rith | to Key West
and -preacher ,
lay delrfMin [.
Metropolla la reply to query 11 sun awl
I otner are in attendance
certainly punctures the cla'm! of from all sections and place within lor

Braward regarding the land which he The mr*'ting. of the Board of Trade I I. amusing to read Mr. C. L.Xlm.al. the scope of the conference. i

accused: Dart* of wasting to give away I, but night was quite au interesting 3. 1Re3q. ... letter announcing his withdrawal 'I! n..re.re fully two hundred of ..

'd now. the U>mx.mi... and fallacy\ i one and considerable Important business .( from the race for tax assessor'to '((,! people here and they are. being ..ate these,.- .i''

each political tomm.r-rnt The letter | vat transacted. Secretary' Blackman thorn who are familiar with the i tamed by the various members of the 're'wa'

I* a* follow: wee out of the city and B. B Ta- true Inwardness of the altualloo.I i, local church. The majnrlrv nf > : "
MAJ, ABRUTS LETTER.Jacksonville I rum art<*<| In his place The minutes It.. said that the kuden uf the lat'tion ':aii" iu tn.j .....n..q luwucli
: qmia
KU.. May I1 4. I i sac; [ the m nr;; were rilspeniied: with to uhlch he belong were much ;i ii few arrived last nicut aad sUl remain a rI

W. & tarter Ea: .. Editor Jackson- J I and the reading. of communication I orri d ever the.mattrr of getting I until the ebuM.af the HmUituv'. .. %Y L9.-
YUle Metropolis. Cy. i,, btkeli up shim to withdraw from> the race, and nUbt Many of the visitors are- >+(}

Dear Sir I hate jiul received your j A iilU-i sees raJ .".u... C. W. Jeralgan. that numerous >If..renwl"re" held making their first 'visit to Miami but

letter. I hesitate to reply because I j jan of Lake Mary' stating that he was and much sermons talk indulged labefore they one and a-l! are pleaded with the '

mot la politic Still a* the organizing a stock company to engageIn they could reach the point of city. and the manner In which .

ter referred to I* of m.t-j the manufacture of a staple articleof F -mandlng that be come dowp In the have. been ,...... they ..

will comply with your request. commerce and that the company tr s lerewt of harmony. The nmf.......I..s."t'- --.---., ... ...
I do -not know that I took a prom I- I expected. to locate In Miami with a paid The scheme finally ...orke
nest part. la establishing the policy of up capital of $100.0)10.) A represeatajtlve rxtpfcU Kecnrd his letter was pub- 'I preached by Rev Henry His-,. ,.West :,ts.

granting leads to the railroad IB tnh I I IState of the company will be here very !Nhed and then for the lint time In Palm Beach. Rev J. Beers. of Ksy .

> but I certainly did agree with it j] anon several dais the Record editor got amore West aMiminj In the services ,:.e._

T| OCacta an. theae: la 1S80 I waaj:I Another letter wa received from k on and actually produce' ) a few Tbe
chairman of the Democratic Congre- j I the Mantello\ Cigar Company, of Benton ditorlal remarks. brought out by this at 9 ocliMk for 1>1114ln'-. Rev :

atonal Committee for this dltrlcL Harbor. Mlrh.. asking for Infor- heant'ful' example" and trying. lo create r'rederirk P...,.. i presiding: .elder in \
Daring Governor Drew'. arfmlnlttraUoa i j i nation and a propositon for eatablishiag D J+ an impression that the opponent the rbalr. and the folio. Ing ministers" .".

he made earnest effort to self I ( b business here. Both of these of Frohwk e liearhom .Sou'Id follow .' llng preneEt" besirtes a lar.;w number '

enough of the public land to relieve j,' communication were referred to the But Ib.-v will not be caught by : of rlitltors and lay del.yatei: t..

them of the Ilea of what wa known j I Committee on Manufacture t I and such schemes. Memr Abrama Rev. E. A. HarrlMin. t:. Scott and J f. I,

ere the V ose decree but he failed to A letter say read from the editorof and Fred-.rick are bulb fully convinced 8f'f'n. Key

do BO. After DIo1b..'. election efforts Tobacco." the newspaper organ that the majority of the voters do not I Rev. J. O West.'S. Key Largo -l j

were made again In that dlreej 1 1tioII. i of the cigar maker of the country' d"tr the renomlnatlou of the present I[ Rev H. Hire, \\e-l Palm &.*..ti_ <

A* the representative of the late relative to advertising Miami a* a o0iu. '" and clerk" They' Rev T M White. Indian lUv-r

Gen. Henry' R. Saaford. I made a con- '' place suited for and desiring cigar !lia'.e bad many assurances from mf'll'' Rev J. E. Micklrr, DeLand.

tract with the board for the pachase i j!factories President Brown stated that who toted for the Dresent officials In n.._. A. t ".."- "d..ro'--- -.-. --..iI ._.... ._, a -
1.000.000 acre,. tat this fell through ;"he had called on the editor while In the first primary that they will do ao f I; Rev C. A. hulwond. M'aml. bts

Md wbsequently the board made the JNew i York and had a pleasant Inter no more having discharged. a political '

JDis. contract which I heartily apr :' "Iew. He stated that the editor. felt ,or personal obligation by their ballot i Palatka; ;

r .rd, It enabled the Trustees of positive that Urge cigar companies at j!:EON. Z"EANX j at the primary. of May. 1'th. There are Gra&ling. Daytona; J. A. Anthony,
the Internal Improvement Food to I the North could easily be Induced toj I I CZAR K:I so many of these, and those who did i West Palm Beach; J. A. Challle.. .'in.nl 1-

pay.tile pop claim and release the come to Miami. and agreed that Ills CANDIDATE FOR COXfSKKSSAND !: not vote at all before mho will do so ; Thos. J. Pindt-r. CUtler Dr. C.

land from the lie*. I paper would make a special effort to I next lime, that It appear absolutely. .. F. Kemp Key West; L. W Hnbbard.

The text question was how to carry reach the people wanted by printing I, ,.certain tbat there e 111 be a change and Delray: Wm. Watson, John T. titers

out the purpose of the Internal ImptortmMt Information about Miami and sending Hors. S3rd. H* Carter: : I|i t the people are Insisting on these men 1 land La..rellC111"*, Key West.
I It
act of this State. It wa t marked copies; to those Interested I' OF GAINESVILLE. F LA. running lo a Bnlsh. Men who were ,: R..". J. II:. Mtckler, was elected secretary -
Apparent that the plea formulated by The Board agreed to expend 110000 i |I of the conference' .
that act wa aa litter tall..... To have :' with Tobacco In advertising Miami. will be in Miami and will address the I en-thusiasm I The spiritual condition of the

aunt vii.d la It would have bee to i and the Committee on Advertising wV voters at the FAIR BUILDING on I earnest and telling I'churches of the district "a* the topicof
have surfaced the entire landed domain authorized to expend that amount work I* being done In their behalf. discussion this. morning aDd reports

of the State without adding 100 <: A letter from the Prudential Insurance Friday Night, May 27th. ,, all parts of the county Men who 1.1 were made on this topic by the pastors -

miles of railway. I suggested the Company lJlC for a descriptive |i I their bread by the sweat of their all being favorable. and showing
I Mat. ..... '$ ..OOI00 of bond and I pamphlet of Miami. brought out again ,on the tending issues of the campaign. Mr. Carter j is one I are giving their time and their money pros.a.

I bwrU UOO mile of railroad giving : the necessity for sues a work and the ''of the most eloquent speakers in Fiorjda and those who hear to assist In electing a fellow laboring The conference adjourned. fur the
the lead a* wen a* the railroads a* i !hope that Secretary Blackman would him will agree that he is justly entitled to the oft abused ex ;} man a* sheriff.. Then want a man la' morning at 11 o'clock with preaching'

security .for.the payment of the 1.t<<-1, soon submit "copy" tar -. pression "the silver tongued) orator. !the office who I* from their own rank !i by Rev T. M. White, of Sebastian.
eat tad principal of the bopd GOT.Btoxhat. : Another letter asking for shipping! i( and who know how to sympathise ; Rev A. U Woodward assisting I. tile
; statistics and President Brown I wiB with a working man and they are. goIng service.Semions. .
and Indeed an other to was Speaking bgi at 8 dock sharPucfies invited. .
whom I made the aa st\Oft. were ot I asked to secure ... from Mr. Myers, T ; to nominate Jim Abrama lust a.. k i of the eooferenn> will be
-- "
the opinion that the credit of the State of the P. A (X 8. S. C*, tf p,..111.A j ill del1aeat the effort to ItU.17 ..- {plan was received- -with- -favor-. the 4 i ij "SB example- and for the sake of bar- held daring the week at } a. m.. and -

would dot enable a* to float such ilarge letter addressed to Mr. O. D. Brosler celebrate the Fourth of Juy. and j board promising them to do all possible : mooy.xr. J p. a.. with .preaching 11 amend

amount of bond except at a TO- ]. from Alexander Cm*. of Key hereby pledge Itself collectively and toward the success of the event Frederick' nomination for clerk ,,,7:45, p. m

teas discount I am Inclined to think West stated that be had recently disposed I Individually to aid In making the eel- and passed a resolution asking the cooperation I* practically conceded' and the office A general Invitation, I* extended to

that this objection wa wen founded. ot his cigar factory and had [ebraUoa a success. Resolved further. of the City Council in UHmatter. will bet filled by a man thoroughly' '''the public to attend both the business

There .... therefore nothing gee to j jht money to engage lathe business here l that the Committee on Amusement be competent In every particular and by session and the preaching
of land direct ': tie asked some soeciflc aoestloawhich .. instructed one who will not keep' deputies who
do to make crania I to appear before the City I Tomorrow the committee, with Chief
to the railroad<< companies that would President Brown wa lastructei' !Council to aid. In securing aa appropriation McDonald, will go to St Augustine tn are personally and officially objectionable NEGRO DEALT DEATH

"build or permit the lands to be frittered to answer. to mid the department In pre about the rate and from this time to the people who have business Ito -
W. L. Kemper and W. N. Hull undertaking- transact there Mobile. May % .-An excursion train
away: In e1Jlt801' I* guarantee reprventing their .on, active preparation for ins tort
*. which would not accomplish a* the Miami. fire department | The names of C. H. Oautier and L. sweat will be planned and executed. will be offered tn the last night at Yellow m.I'. AU ru
and fired
.uck a* direct land grants. The pol- appeared& before the Board' In behalf 'i A. Cooley were presented for membership !'1 The Bremen' organisation wa nev- running Into by a negro who fatally
team contest and In all
ttteeefare, of giving these gnat of the fourth of July Tournament [I In the Board of Trade and both )*r In better condition than at present be other event wounded Conductor 8. W. Askew, of
to pulled ot Beside this
It Is t5tended Birmingham
.. ermlaed upon an* t Mr. Kemper cave In detail some of the j unanimously' elected,. after which the I Chief McDonald has Infused new life and seriously wounded
|wW II7. The result to"aeen, U .thlakI I I| plan. for the celebration, outlining a ''' meeting adjourned. Into the member who are enthosia to make the day gate with apyroteebalal ragman Joe Richardson sad on. negro

development. of the Stata.I I'program of races sport and ___ display In the evening passenger. Askew died later
MM be In their mlcsloa
and effort to keep that win
j mental sad asked the aid of the Boardof eclipse anything of the kind -
am not railroad lawyer and havet THE: COTTON )lARKET.N the
department U
a flonrUhing '
eoadl'tton. -
ever held In this city or nectlon ANGELES: FHUt.Lo .
i retelved nor accepted a tea from a Trade. Tort May S.Futures opened 'IatN4T. .
company for nearly twenty' After dlculng the matter the : May U77 bid. June 123 ffered ft ..Is proposed to have companies The pins la a good one and there lano Angeles. Mar 2L-tire mat .
doubt but wbat the Bremen.
...attf fonaeaweutly t 'am not .. lowing resolution was adopted. IoJ-l July IMO. August 12S. September here from all point on the East Com.a hare the will night destroyed tile local breach bonus
Resolved. That the Board' of entire support of the dtlxen of the Cndahy Packing Co
lin. October 10M. November--k December far north M 8L Augustine and from caaalag a
(Continued on dart! ...*) I.. IB hearty sympathy with the X. .. -, January IOC!. Key Weat w tbs IB their effort to make the event aIn loan of pwt._. with about C S.ono
gulf eoast Prlnw i puceer
-'-- every particular. 1-

-- ----


Libby R Lamm. J. E.

OP rlCgaa.w AU sr' H. F. LaS&lle A. LBrows. An Alfa:r That Killed aMan' .'..... ... Fitly'a M._ Mirrcd Up MM Wr.. -
........ Mr. S.... H4 BMJ Owe ef Ja>
umtmntf- "......' c-it. .Up. With .* Umbr.ia.l Little att Spwtc What a I I *a
HMManilt SUMa.C. Crawfcw W :\1. !LSer c. D.Hush. See Ca<% O.. F.* Lm Tune HimesM.tine .
'_ .Ip/1 1p,-Ab.ar o.Iii' .Cras..a.Z.r.rw. F C McDould A.Burdine. "Yt'," admitted the big tra,rliiij !- The Wwhinpton. I'o..t telU this :
'". L.ote.a Little PUtt: K. :Sjienver hYf'c1 in of the habitual loafer whoinfest
.._..., raI J. B. ..It..... W.ol. Maynard W. '-. man, "1 wa* one of the victim .tort a. one of the ;gout l think jn"-
w ...,.. ., fvMte l raet>.*-a .. i the wt....h of the. Cti.kilUith I I lower Broadway receivedbotk a
Byingtoa E. T. )I rrttt, Z. T.BradE. 'iu a big train robbery. Ami 1 I want i-n out daring the minting in \\a-hmgton that notable

_., A ItWtaL. reW.AmJu.re4e..fuJ. I. Muller. C. 1o tell you fellow: there uo exile-| I ahich arranged: for the a* terr iittle encouraeni fur barn one day held wa a welt
C.IL rasa I event to up a
Jr.ua :: : IRI.r.& 1.jW.rsa.eaP.MT. Batley. B. M. )1 el'1l.t;.... H. ruoce w well calculated to take the : gcmMinj; of the (IV'iiuxriUv nation- ing, from lu. t..rIi..t tearN his great I drefrtt-J handsome who wa
... man
......,u.-.I ...i C------r onixrallcf 'at A.rt-' Budge, H. C. )lone. Fred 8Broa.ier ''l'onl't.it out of a man. I frequently| 1 al convention : i it'll ,reused! to lie to urUe., 'p to entering the Empire building.

.t. .. C. D. !Moore T. V. I Lad expressed a dtwirr to em-oiintir: hi* eighth; year he had never owneda
i The boomer late I'vebeen
.r..r..1 Goft.tier. r Chicago slept Mister, can't you help me?
ad.Iy art.sr.ho Tn M>m4MX I d. dcloaald, W. H. of there modern b liu. rc Jslow ; sheet ..c'I".r. but had marked
BllrdlD" J. > tome u< |
: rd1.er.deAa.1 rob .etl.a. i i :, in their car out of Chic.,. o. At 9o'clock I out of a job for near three
=:. UWMt MTk. u..r..r,. Backus. r. W. )lrK1DDOII. C. A.Blackman. .. I! ), them what it ._'a* to gn up .; next morning a fat woman j on any smooth surface .he had month I need"

.....Oi,se MMV. TMMirar. AibincM ._..- E. V. Nel_. Edwin :jiu"l a p..... pum full .ml I 1',1 l ; fi uiwL ."I'r
.L tasaalr.ee[ 1 nl A.nrtt IMr* a.dpest. charged down the aisle of the tar : The other interrupted.
...,.! d r.>Ue l..._ Chills, W. H. Peek, R. J. put at least to or tlirrtot their I .. "
I .hold of
aith, At llu time he \Hf of for about
..... .. sr.I.s.--Tb..o..rr.os. sreret.rr1 I' I and poked an umbrella into got a been out a job myself
Awrwl-.rent and l'w..rlavu.rr 'Cob... .. Prout W. W.Cheatham .' out of bumncyr.fcVell. j
berth No. almt
4j the first
tint "-t IU I
.............O W........ J. H. .PattenOD,, S. L three n.ilw out from I 1t,1t., l 1i Kitty the ] roph.er ,
.. a K.K. 1 i !, K -"KitH.jF-t up. lie hd _no Suet_. lie in'trusted -
j says
Conrad J. It... Parrtsh All. R.roeIADd. Center the)' held in "I'| lit fore 1t'n'iKctt'd I -
It i i. time for h".Ua..t.11,1'1' '
Jl'Iw,d has coin lumberman
rot aT to a i
"rIUB.a J. C. Rhod. R. W. trouble tli,'r.' MMA a l hiefellow |f
W r.Tsrbw. CfcJrt"....... C. .I aith niutn tech "all n
I Clerk, P. C. RoM, a gnu ruining .
f. B.CMWV.AMarltlr.1 sate. I. Th. tat Aonutn Mirrwlt :1.7
r. H. M.u. Across JrUr.4Uo.asle.tt.wae.ay.1t... Drake. Castoa Rem,.. J. B. I dos'n the airle. \\ hen he thuu- j''S'I. al the lumber camp.) tnt i :

err...C.." ___ -.w dde KS.ddr atad.aw SwN Douglas E. B. Rail, D. W. 8 dared lands U|>T I came pretty null' .""y. Late that night themewfnjier -

TsJ.b..es, ru.t. ', Don, J. K. Rampll, Eel. I near diflomliue mi >li. ul
.. alf&,1L8. : Erwin W. W. Raalen&a C. H. I other men fitlliiwml: file! chap| with ; rxtl a ub Mailing; had gone to brd.

.JI... r. T iii...i.iT..Jaeko..dL EalJoe. Dr. O. Rampla, Ceo.. I Irn.en. the fun and Lark up the 'i-oll't- l le lt At the MMIP.I of the armal he

we.woe.. a. IUUMT.PMtctll .-..-Ia.u. I O. c. 8&trord, I. B. I tion.' I aurifmlenil e"ery thill :.1 o ..like. hi* tirrt thought loving of,I

... ousultUll.a! ..3P. Flaaagaa. R. 8 Sewell E.. O. even to m\ elegant self acting rtiroher. .
the inu-rd He an. aud
pr |I""f"'r.
a.atrwd N..brws 1M .... U..d I Frederick J. S. &taDiby. J. G.rlaas. I and"never entered l a nrotet.l aith frT.rri.h eagerne**. tried to

ae..e.sd aebt. W. nuIa. .. ,tL: ..parka.LAIUSUAU .. J. S lulsner. CF.Oerlack. J "mht behind mr eat a little old 1 make har.'I..r" :oil ihvwhite .mouth I

A. P.Glrtaaa. Smith Jalla maid with cork -n-a t-nrt'. They I
_lIrII... j.
COM *lU W.I'f JamcaGoaph. tea P. B.Sulier. took a pot ketlxwlk from her lap. but
Paper lie could tmt afford! everyday ]!
C o R A. E. shin they sent to appropriate i | ajewel .
: e>> "( iallr aS he nwm moved ;
Cry w-. ch.r.aa.k. p
Gutl T. N.Graham. the flow lic: hen
-.n. << Shanahaa. M. case up a ;
L Js.er' I with his father to the frontier in
4. Yes. 8.Gartkald her chit'L.euThat witctt "
Sewn. Johaaermour. fending
K.Co D.r.. Mmd..... CI.rI..D Ohio. There birrh hark and
..arn aM .O.e..1 tha4 i..rd aw *, c. H. R. H.tewtelta. the Mid sea for her ni.oo.'t' silo sas, I(I .
cliomdnfl and ice bU
'err .
GramUnc. J. C. J. r. going to be tuarn..d. She had raked most fre<]irnt anting urfa v.. Hi I'I 7 .
U. K.WrrllaIOAaLis. OaDatt. r. Shaw H. B. and scraped to buy n. and no robber
schooling; .. yen meager; a few :
L&rUIJ. MIaM.UATuk Gtlr R. B. Taylor. R. R. were going t.. tale it froivi her. [ ainiilit- a':', n be us. I"t.hN".

OrUB&ft. A. M.Gtrtmaa. Turaac. J. L With an unexpected l itHttemt-nt she )1:;
Dr. IIITalcr. ; learning
$ ,Id. 11ft he hd to dix out hi ,
....... ... sad DH O. aU.a1SIG W. H. TftttM. & aTatnav knocked the revolt against the i by Bitkerinc candlelightBusks.
HajM. J. H. J. H. roof of the car and seas clawing. at ,
... ........ Palla ..... I were n-arre and Berth any hardship -
I Hill U E. the train roUien life; a .!iciest.

:.4Dr covlln S I.U&NTATIVLsrsb. J. G. forced her to her and to pmrnre.
Hater Wataoa. C. H. They sat
To continue ._ v. [:.... r.r rt.DADODUNTT ; Hill, William.HaUerlactoa.. 'WkortoB.. H. when the big fellow hud recovered! I' n.1 ,
fr/1 << he had to have a hook .
OFnC..1ADe. .... MB F.WklU. B, L. hi. gun he ttood tau bin;:. / I beanl he could one twenty

f i-sear Aw.r..p-J.T.L.M..n.,....r1M..rt ._. .,.... A. E. Wall. T. A. '''Ket'plour aau-li.' old girl,' heaaid. i i away. It was .winter get ami he nlil"'j
?scat .
Hall W. W. Whaler R. T.Rib. a little trinket to '1I 1I 1I 1j 1t '
.. r a....Oast Sad a..Mu M a- shoe, but he wttlked lui 'wH on
..Co L.- ., r. W. Worler. a A.High. put with it.* And h.* loaned her a I stored "i c.s ayarATaiza Vitas .....*
........".. r.b. l aai. I Ii I the frozen ground and his
... W. D. Whom J. LRon. liandmme 'pin. *.Kf: any. of these the time. I can I)1IIpathiawith
O.n.a.r a-ra-n-J. ........ 4sise ..r tre*'nre. Ihirkner came on _ntf
.. J. W. Woodwortk. 1. T.WllaoB. men had your grit sell never gotaway found him mile from home. 70*. Here's half a dollar," h*.
.. ,. ..... .hat many
aith this .,b after rou'd di.
,... .WesR-AL.IYa... ll aaI. JOB*, M. K.Kolh. R. & j Ilk* only fond had been frozen turnip Nid.
__ -.t...... el ..... 1- A. J. Xlaaalee C. L. armed u*.* A the along that
.,.;;::LT" .1IimU. .....yteta..ra I *, found in a field. At lengthhe stranger pawed --
ei05.517 .I" In 0... w. I "And lie war rirl'l alNtnl it. I found settler cabin where .hew policeman at the door cam afUt ..
) ..........Chasms:. W. Pus sewn! r.c.A A SURE: THING. a
".pY.e: L L ...DeMW, r.WrdJ.M.nr.Il. j I *" sheltered for the night. the tramp. "Say, what dye memo
Yl.i .. .. ...... Osa.uj T*.
Th"I br hoUia' around her 1
.. La Ctsrk.. M1 15r a' 1 I t ruder such condition be acquired people up
=:; It I. said that nothiac .... except a fair education and developed! These fellows wont stand fer it.

oracrrr COUNT or airrEirrH JCDICI. death and tries, bt that la not ... L 1B : a .yteni of penmanship that for That wa Charles ][. Schwab.

.. t ciaccn.f together true. Dr. Klact New Diaeor- ILt almost universal in American '' The tramp nearly f.iDted.-N.
I1L wa
....... Dade... -Mr es.ats.m.lt I year
\ err for Coaaumptlo la a aura car (Mall .. ch. N. bu ine +! York World.
.w..i,....-...a. "--.T .f la.krr.al. I /Musts. Spenoerian *
.. Aate. ry-J. D. ..LOrte lone aid throat trouble. Thouanda eolaUikbvd
Clerk of ... around ngorou.lv s jib her umbn-1-! roIlegT ,were in forty ;:, The MiUkM> 0.......
can tenttf/ to that. Mrs., C. B. eitie :
.ba Tara ml ttSstszsSss? la and aid shrilly: "1 tell Albert the black and
.... again
..sII --
_..._ .-. ...jMfir. .....*, *nMMflaavrU. H ,...rd- Van Metre of Shepbcrdtown. W. Va., / you Kitty. you ..a..t p' .". It i. Il I I white artist responsible for to assay
r says "I had a severe caa of BronchtUaaad 1 l.hi .fi..t 'On* w*. "
Y v time for breakfast "tomSc, u.ed. to lire in Chicago,
DADa coU1lT'lOOVft. for tried I heard
a lear everything
Then the curtain parted and the bat recently transferred hi* allgiance *-.
'''' ''- L ....ai. of. bat tot no relief. ODe bottle of Dr.
.'-r-.l.T. ......... II-.t.. pink whiskers ftf Colonel J. Hamilton to dew York. He took hi*
r.......,. KJnc't New Discovery then carda.. .
+ Twa-n. 11-- I 'hit. s
--" II.....' r AwtLN .sSonThat's Lewis, the orator fr the ( hvpaehondriacal tendencies with
...rTws-rNS radar r 7&y. abnotutelr.Ifa lafalllble for Croup. boomer uretL I him .....
and still in working
go app| II they are pod -
: I
roaM Tra-Ttnt Whooping Cough Orlp Pneumonia .
LLPDOFFICL4AfU.Tlid&a. : Madam: U< i.i.1.IMV name i iaJimmi. I I order. II in favorite pastime U
L ca....... a-t- and ConaampUoa. Try It. It't gnar .. not Kilty." w to read of tome deadly diaeate,
w te. BMUxm, *.(*."*. aate d by all dranteta. Trial bottle i i The fat woman tied ildly t. the e preferably,. a new one, go to bed

t- CBCtCH WalCTOtT.' free. Regular dues tine. and 100. 'I baggage car. imagining be ban it, lie awake all

arftft.uioo- AssC sad 1LIt arsetPter..bh.S night reek his doctor in the' morning
sassy"'" -t--'Ie..t;: COXFEDERATE REUNION RATES Tfc. 0&y c- R.e.riEddie I
e.ai.a. ekbe..l ae M e desk: a.ctoI. \..... I and get assurance that be is in
a& ... Mrel.wrclaaate.tiear .. : I I Foy, one of the heroes .f I health and then Lack
;:: ; : I II the want perfect go
., ; ...... .t; 7-w. u mm eurdl.Ur 1. Headiinarter Florida Dtrlal..". f nit. : girl you the theater fire
basil. W. K.TaTM.. .... Chicago Iniquoi cheerfully to work.
to u it f Why a*
me marry, I
."....... ...._.... eyes. axes es.ea I I I.d Confederate Veteraat. TallahaMee,' thin .. herring. was talking in Philadelphia about One morning not l"ng ago heturufJ
c... ebb tar.d-Mew wsUas w ale I I Pla. May 11. !*> .-Supplement toOneral a a I hunting says the Tune
a&1M ; ....., leiss M I**. .ther-fv ton, must De\'erl up at the doctor' just aa
aar.......... .pa..U ...: a.w-" I.a..r *,.. p Order No. iJ.-Gen ln -: you I I "1 can t.1I1>41 a unique hunting the man .f medicine wa getting
'3 y ............,= .pa.'i.a. rrt'wt. judge by appearance.. '
;' The time 1a, rapidly approachtpc lot tory, he laic -It ia about a Urd ; into hu carnage.

tC..r.. v.-...... C SSJ Inlo the meeting of the Confederate V.w.-j S.s.e B' .Wlit). that .shot a man. You hare often t "I'm in a hum," called the doe-
,.,.. ., ._ II .else .. ..: 5..d... bird but
seal_ .-,.4s"..a.;a&rw-e.. *t t- a. m.urVrMM runs Reunion which convene* at Aunt Jane-You look unn'ually heard of men shooting ) tor; -and can't stop to tee you, butt

.?wwta __ stir F act Ju.le.gp..rt. Nanhvllle. Tena. JaM 14-1*. The rallroadu I happy that evening Clara. did yon ever hear before *f t bird j '. all right you haven't got it." .J:

eIK M-Ii:1'M rII- r l ;:.sdasrs have made a low rate of one 1fjI" Turner Ye*; Ere been out shooting men? I "Haven't got .hat r Irma

t.a.wvrr..ra..rtusr'T rant per mne travel for OB, and It .. making call all the afternoon. "Welt this nun a friend *f mine. tlie antouiebed arti.t."Whatever .

C.t-W". ... K. A.... .. S .... Is k : hoped that aa many a* ..-...* win Aunt Jane Been wa hunting in the rubber forest I it i is think )'KY.
M>OM you
.......--..... ...,... It .rl.r1; ....ae of in South America. '
....... ..... [...... rra,.'_I WM... attend. Arrangement have been made real nice people then I. Amazon I roc Not a symptom of it. Good'by.
{ til-IM: aaH .Sfj *. 7 err There i* a bird in the Amazonian he"
sS I for special eoache from Jaekaoavllk Mr Turner On the And drove
aaI.y, I. a ....- Pleat"* tklH WMJIV *I *. contrary away.
eK .M4MM! rmta .> C.... I rubber forest, a very fierce bird( "": ,..... Mid
Ualm r4c | to carry the Veterans an* their Mode even'bw..y wa out. 1',. had a lovely .11. lettering. turnin -
i ...__at I..... It. L r.u.aa. KmrI.rPS..TVsta about the size of a turkey with red t
with them Nashville. Then eoache t.. the wit-
to tine.-Boston Trantcript. ; a linjw'rt-t a* only
.. nuo .115.4 ... A..... A- I and friend hot at'
r .-.II..elert: I are to be for their eicludv Use. aad I plumage, my one less W4 tine "". 'U'. "tlml" the time
Asa.b1e.wrrsa.d.ai., 'J.r-......... will leave Jarkconville Sunday sight It OHlA"t P1... H.... these bird one morning, but h* only'I see Fti; <;-. I Uiow I have Pit
V. ... ..
-I I hurt U sum 'w. &
wounded itIt wa too badly b-- rwi J' rotU
(ii ,s, tr.n...."en. a Mr.A I June 11 .t S:<* P. m. via the Dixie "Will you love Ilk then a* now ? tn :It ,11 I i-oht --*!10 in my- pm l.et to par bi. hut
r. Vw !a aI red... a... sad car wttvt.alt. Flyer Route. Bay your ticket that the .ked. 1 1He II U> II.'. but tot to run. aad in a confused &U1L l I'.ul if he'ss .ure 1 Latent 111
''.a-prvv way. and come- to Jacksonville If poaIble. .. 'I looked thoughtful. way it now began to run try t* :art i ii liw triili his 4iagneii. .

.4 WLU BOARD or TRADS.PeaH.s4 ; Be that your tickets read a* "I am inclined think there it a I round in a circle through the brash i :." And h* went around to Ute
j'j'W'1IIIaIa : My friend mad after it, but it wa '
uan..ered. and vested ta.
IlII&ylof'e nvare-t
11.P'tNI .-"' w. follow: Atlaatie Coat Line to Tlflon. possibility you more hii' junkshop
; too quick for him 110 be dropped
in lit Krai candl
Vki-rr.Iff i I t.r.. T. MM<* : Georgia Soataera Florida to stoner a pair
Rt..d Tl ._PaVaaBmaatawtJ. Iff- 14.ertirr. ....- I -. Central of Georgia to Atlanta But the gnawer didn't pleace her. heavy faster gun and continued the eha. flrrk; a,.1! a "-<.;1'1"| "T ..uw.-Pbila. .

.. K. Y. Cleveland Plain Dealer. at a gait. delphi I'wl. .
TrM rr. a B. Tatua14ard I land the Navhrllle, Chattanooga St. "lie had almost reached the bird _

.( Ouiiiams_ W' X- Draws Louis RaOway to Nashville fth Battlefield Hw It W..M swrp$.. U.. when in its circular flight it tripped MeCarrwT .perweht.

t T. ....... J. B. UuMtofc A. C. Hataw. -. Route). This vs Bad to lIP' "It would be funny if, u the poetlugeet. an.' Ml over the gun and then-by ,.:.li..u. 1'.Itc.: ioo aavCarTett:
J.D.. Rrtir. r. w. nun. w. V.Ps. the nortMt and mnut direct' route. The for all tno.-ita foot bait ] dislike for'
P.weLLSTAXDUG ., we could 'tee ourselves .. design, we w ms. a perial: a
John COMMITT'W. Mjataat* of all campa win please report Other tee u. Came in contact with the trigger.1 I certain type of inquisitive woman

S. f.: aa promptly .* pomlbte the name There was a loud report and I reformer.A .
LAW -ABM, w. R ; PMUTMH. "Ye. but it wouldn't seem at all my
MCMT *. James T.; aer-. K. Hrter. .: of all Veteran sad their friead who funny if we knew a* much about friend fell to the ground with a 1 woman of thi. cant worried him

..* O. A. will attend the .....101I. ao that ample ourselve a* tome of our neighbor wound in his leg. i iThat. considerably at one time about kia

BRI1rO *-ItaJ -y. B. M.: :trr.' accommodation eaa be provided for know about us.-" Philadelphia I gnew. i* the only I ca.eon rote upon a bill aes.

ar j fUfca. r. W.; RM. C I.; rrd.dck.'a. their tranportatlon. Ton will please PreM. record of a bird shooting man"j i! \, iv She haunted hit favorite tad

In eontptenoa I aid fro | advanced to hit deck and
HEALTH AND' pAMTART-J.ek.ew. port this drenlar a Foy. one day

V. .i'x ...'- W. V.: JIn-' 1rI1'rls II ;.lao.e.fly. OK the W..... Trait began examining object upon it.

: rk-a.-. R. a.: EN. H. M.ftlTKRS ordfT of the majur-Keneral. W. "It it no more than right that the Tk..f M MM ef the *>...... j 1 "What'a this ?" ,

ct AKD HARB 'IIS-Ou..1514... D. Ballaatlae. e commandia Florid strong should aid the weak" aid Here j U a story of Brahma: A1 picking up a weighty brown thin;
ft4**tt.'> IL SMMl j Rimpa..... atB lharC C.; .DivMoa. r.l.... ConfMleraU Veteran landlady. rather celebrated composer asked i v which slipped out of her hand as+ l. "

," ltJOArl; 'AND FRFIOHT'bIY'dr For farther laformatloa relative to "And yet" rejoined the sarcastic: to be allowed to play his very latent |- dropped lue a heavy stone to the

L1wau. boarder. "1 fail to tee how dropping compoitk to the .master and did ) floor.
mv U; After. c 0.1 railroad rate, etc. write to K. J. Walker. I
a!.; Brwta. Wm. Woo HeOMaM. ... A. FlorM Panaeaicer aat of the a hunk of butter in the coffee would ao with tremendea rigor the perspiration I 1 "That replied the Mnator. "Oh,

.:'u.nuawe.: T.; 0Mt. Chattanooga 8L J1a benefit it,..0)KelUl" Journal streaming down hit face I thit'i a tea biscuit baked by IIOft1&

...... J. H.SM DeatIIM. P.. 8.: o..tter. T. Naahrille Jarkmarflle "... .* h* pounded the piano. Brahmsat women reformer who are eager t*

AOKJ: ]O.r.Iei4 LTCRB-01..k..a.Co L 8 Y.: Railway. Fred U nobertaon. HM Ma a** the New,. thread of Ute performance pick- get a bill through on some kind .fcienti5c

ar ._ F. f.; 'fat... J. ft.; Oi**.. Chief of ttafHEROINE. }f,. on-Lodge (waking ad .p a sheet of the manuscript ...d. cookiag. It's the 6eat

t bias.. I. K. A.I, 'idlltutM.swral sad 4ealy-l.! that you Henry? \\.tad-I feeling it between bit finger and paperweight I ever had."
PI'RUC Pt lWLXGS-lOIIWI. 1 time i i. it t thumb, enthusiastically exclaimed:I The woman departed tileatty tad

P.1dst. K. C.: .....,. J. B.; ...... I! Mr. Ma-on-Ixidge (corn fortiogkl) "1 say, where do you get your ..*sic I troubled him no more.-New York

j<>..:WVCrtRU-FdaM Waalrr. H. T. Glea Cs.Gyn. --:- I I -i+b. dear! 'S much earlier '0 tll') piper? It'. lint rate." Time

YA. T. V.: ClMwU I. A.; R1oe M. R. : \\\U ovemMne la IUtt tloa aad .,.- i ii ,i! i is at thi..h time, I **ureyou.-Judge I- pet h onto wbee k. *.. are

tP t gaunt J. B. i ,.......: regulate the bowels. mad care: ..., Cfcauv Wr Mt NeMe4. hat sporty ,...*. a. I'm .UT.. ._.... by. .........
'C4T1Oii.uBortd1W.. JiLl live and kldaey complaint It.* the:, TK Ned *>Mt Thin*. "In country brtrroo.,.' said Prof..or .. 'I' ..-. Kwtr......itj The late Ur>. Harriet I'onvenM

H..... W. w.: OS.tM' RaasM B. : "}lat. tou aa isolation ho.ptu''; Walter A. Wyckoff the ociologkal :,I i ....:11. I'trot blood enricbr ad lartieorvtor la *
t s.tta A. I.: rzetbr. I. 0.; in this to'a"lIr asked the stranger. of Princeton. 'I I i Little ::reed De.h.ae.I1 trunk place while the wa on one of
J.tn0IORATiO he vertA. It. purely rentable per- expert
ttK.aa A. i "N't*, but we'ie got a Carnegie U- -.w * BI.. k L K Y. r.rtlv hanaleM. and should you be I.i iinfferer there are rarely t-hairt, a* there are you ;

tars:.. r. L J. u.;Oont. I. L. I fmm disease. you win __ It If:; br4rT.. If you want to he al!l alone, in our urban cafe. but everr. one ,i! the family of the cur ..f Itiivta? reservation in New York title. ForM

r ........ I. W.UTE.'rA ., wlne.R. j ji I .with >oar*elf for an hour or 1..0tip go must stand up to drink. 'i> He h"- throe pretty little .laughter certain reason the wished to writ

YIt1 1 F..ttllodaa B. W': ;i I na ant there."-Chicago Ileeord-Hcrald. "(In.- day in a New Knglaed tavern *. each I..'.nnT| the title -pn1m : X Andrew's. editor- and
.Kali. rd. .; o..u..w. c. IL: Rsnb. manwcerjr.im I enough to auk !i lie**."* 4 list*, the oldet i* right ; Mi- ilul not i-h to how the whites
inquisitive :
...... i and Rorkiedge New. Coma.rla. wa* |
U)1'1tRTUl1lo11.t. .. B.; St.wrc .. have ae4 the. Uirkeeier& why he had no.chair Yliana: tlie nevt. in w" eu. aii-l, Ilieonne ....;:n .liwf his i ignorance of >pel!.
I I W'Ttt.1 your Her ( lan a-r---1 I don't know a thing .An. in her thin l .) he adroitly atoxknl the
Byrse L T.: Blaekass. for hia \ >i. "taia, K nlfl: an
.. r gueoU. ,
Poi Hwhari's tit ,.. IL r. use ia my family, aad find It a moist bout O1I1 ir. 'So man drinks here,' rid the ;' "I'.r.; Their mother.hue rn/1re.| ';MI! .lin fhf salted' bow In ...pellik

Ta* t ran Bat CIC Bw..... aa.t*rta 1y excellent medicine. It effects m.* lrind.-flh., that'. all right. I t..rkeeMfr *.,..,..1,.. 'longer Ih"a.h.. ,, H d-t! "!1'11! to them and ihfV Imp '. n" n.e- lit. aa iul:

.._ .. an araaaroDowatW. m..e!' have bees a marked benefit .1"11'. know anrthing about art.Frre .- In .tand"* her dear'r.! Tlic. are hriyiii: ml- "h II." .- no matter. Put it dnaits

r. ,_ : R. Ja'aaua. J. M. Jr. 1,,1 rerommead It _aahenltatlBKly.- I k trod lre.*. I' .:. :j>*,ihi and hal'I'" ,,1"11 .lo'll'

rowa.. W. U- ***. A. J. I,.Fold by Red Crow Paaaucy.




________________ _


Skeet Law Tale ef the Wasd.ror'aRotarw.
The professions : ...i1iCilVCil\ilVil> ....*a cc* Chairman Flier In the city hall )(laaS. .

Aanoueeemoata win be inserted fat the I Fla at S n. .... April 11. 104.Th .
Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May, Dally and weekly Metropolis for ten .otten. "Ilotue again at "last, darling. ,
following members were prasaatIn
or IB either edition for lye dollars. I -John dearest, you don't look a

10th and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County. Candidates for County Commissionerssad dsT olJ..r." person or by proxy: Messrs. Jolts

f wmbiTS of the school board win be 1 "1. must. Centuries can't rollover Jones Potter. ...,.aD. King Bull

.P.ttrsoa da Erao-1s:.. g- charged one-half these _al& a mans ht-sd without leaving I Filer Buneehaw. and Klrkmaa

A meeting of the County Democratic Ilaw i ; and shall at once forward the : No announcement inserted ntH paid trace'' I Upon motion Mr. Bun was elortad

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Executive Committee for Dade county. rituraa to the Chairman of the County for. : acting secretary.
-- I "It wa ages and tint, ws.n't it ,
Will,rortte*Is all__MM aa' F.e.lala..dat.eetW.t.t.aa.tslasu4 Florid, was held at Miami Florida Executive Committee. FOK COUNTY TREAJURKR. I And, oh, John how lonesome I Th* minutes of the last meeting wore

serteottnf CQ the 11th day of.April. A. D. 1S94. i The assessment to be paid by the hare been!" I read and approved.

&All' ?Iliar llllaal. P1a.P. pursuant to adjournment. various candidate shall be a* follow: j ro the Domocratte Voters of Dade Cooaty I "You poor little wifey! If ever I Th* rail for primary wu asnn4ed

o.nos M. - The following amended call for a Representative ....... ........ W 001' Florida: have to go away again you shall go as follows:

T. SIAwQJU K. D: primary election was adopted to-wlt: Senator ... . ... .. .... ... .. IS 00 I hereby aaLooaee myself a esndMstefor with me. But you're more beautiful &M official call on third page

Notice is hereby given that then Sheriff ..... ..... ... ........ 35 00 ra-okctioa to the office of Traoswerjt I than overmeet one. What hate A motion was made by Mr. 1rt1IoUI
Omen wttk .... Cress Pb.rt..e7. Cade County Flortds. mbjoct te the
.....- lain attn.c.re.r mill be a Democratic Primary Eelee- i Clerk of the Circuit Court..... 30 00 will of a majority ., the Psiiim.il still I you been dOing with tour *lf all the lo nominate county eommlarlooitnand l

Aft C tloo held In the several election dletricu Tax Assessor ...... ............ :20 001 1 ...tern. as win be ezproand hi the PeaicrmOe time I WB+ allay !?" member of the school board filistrlcts.

)[UK!. FLORIDA. of Dade county Florida on Hay | Tax Collector: .... .... ......... U 041 I primary May M. MM. "ThniLin of you, darling; and Same was defeated by a

luth. 1XX, and If necessary on Jan County Treasurer ............. SO Ou C. H. R.H.1jrt SON. i longing and l..Q>nng; and longing for rote of t to I.

DL 3. JL UCUOl', lL.oFnC 7th. 1W4> for the nomination of all I County Judge ................. 11 00 dw Miami. Fla. I you !<. come Lome." \ commanfeatioa from a ateetiax *

-: Democratic candidate Slate and county i County Attorney .............. 100 "If that u the secret= of beauty 1 1ught candidate held la Miami lay 10 lout.

be voted for by the Democratic / C. HCTIER.Caadldsto: : ) lo hate grown a perfect Adoni read and discussed. various
BISCAY BLOC*, Avm. D. to Superintendent of Public lai .1 was by aadldste >
lector at the General Election to beheld traction ...... ..........'. I 00 dw County Judge. *. And you're sure you recognized II IIlilt' [ before the committee. Finally
FLORIDA.DR' I right oj without at
JlUKL November 8th. 1904. and to be appointed (_Vmntv__ Commissioner___nn ...nnn......_ 500- u .. i ; thinking I the following Inspector: clerks sad
by the Democratic Governor tI I I Ij I lest a minute: pulling place were decided upon pie
i Supervisor' Regis-ration.... 5 00
FOR SHERIFF.Te "Of rourou oM dear, llo I I.uppoce I
W. B. RUSH between the date of holdIng I you the
of the State Members County School Bid. 1 M I following precincts.No.
I I I I could e\er forget your'Noo.i
Office ttVUtu street. 'Phone 14.a..14. much primary election and the hold Justice of the Peace.......... 1 00 UM Democratic veters of Dade 1 graoiouK, it doesn't seem 1-Inspectors. Geo. McPberauo.Ernmt .

.-. 10th tltrW' and Avst>''e ing of the primary election A. D. 190C. I Constable ...... ............... 1 00 ;, Ty. Florida: po..>ible that I've really been away trpm... J. X. Baals: ei .ro
B.'noe. 79-!R. and of a Democratic candidate for I I...tby saaevace myMtf a ...0..1' H.. W. Hessey; polling place. store jf
Flab and Game Warden 100 since before
xtA11I. FI.A'Ir. J County 1: only day yecterdav, I
1' ro-oioctloa
Cnlted State Senator to be voted for I. for te the effiee of U Mum Walter Kltchlng.
All candidates are required to file ai I, Dado County. Florida. subject U the :ices it, sweetheart" r"I I
by the Democratic member of the Legislature No. 2 Inspector E. Edwards 1 A.l .'
W. BALI US. i i..rtttl'1l application to have his name will of the majority at the Democrat "Not a bit more, hiubend mine. ,
of the State o fFlorida at itssession i I ..lsr. Henry Brook; clerk E. C. M5Iff. >
rrECr.pie. j appear upon Ute omdal ballot on I voters ss win be expressed la the Pwe han that we hate actually been
lade : In A. D. 1906. ,1CI'II tie primary te be held May >R IiSt.dw married whole month tomorrow : polling place. school Mass
... SpeeineaUoe. Ml UrUiU blanks furnished by the Committee, a .
AI Fine '| The following officer are to be nomInated JOHN FROHOCK. No. Inspectors.. H. I. Rffiler u
for Building bf cudt. '!'accompanied with the fees above set I, ..
Residence a p at Mid primary election, to-wtt: I Illustrated W. Bur: ardt. N. H. BUtch; clerk ItY
forth with S. Li. Patterson Secretaryof
: D. 1 Totted State Senator f I! I take this method .. Inform the vetan Cumvtoek polling pIaooa. .
Orrtct. 1315. AVESCE Democratic Executive ; "
the County I
of Dade County that I wD be a eaa-
1 Representative, In Congress. Second I I Committee, on or before the Hit day !.i' didato for ronloctloa ta the ofltr of rw. I P house.

Congressional District of April. A. D. 1901.i of the Circuit Court subject to the actios No. Inspectors.. W. II. Cox. C *

DL 1. E. csars> I I Justin of the Supreme Conit for the I This April llth. 1904. of the Democratic prtm .rt... Mayp.xtial.tng ML I 1'Mall Jess Daaghtry; derk. CwIIea

!I fall term of six >.fi. \\. A. Filer If elected te perform the ds- Pence; polling place school_
DENTIST. I ties of the odes to the future as Is the ,
i int. :3 Justice of the Supreme Court No. Inspectors J. E. Chambers,
_a..f el i! j Attest: Chairman. I|i past te the boot of sty ability. I win '
.to w.riase' -D ue i== 1 Governor. !! ....George: P. Bull I II I be grateful ta those who will favor aw j L B. Taylor T. M. McRae; clerk. H.

XI.AKL FLOIBDA. 1 Secretary of State j i Secretary pro tem with lh>- r __ I I i I P. Hodges; polling place school hoses \

I 1 Attorney-General. I, QUAU.nCATlON OF VOTERS. i dw E. C. DEARBORN. I 1 I '' No. -Inspector*. 2. Lavender JaexUmstead. '

'I Comptroller. Seeord PrlJII&I'-TIIHcI., JUM 1, Q"eta"i,,t, R. F. Saxon; clerk W. & '
I I hereby aaaoiiaee siysolf sam-.1| '
Home Seekers as a Casseto
1 Treasurer. ,, : polling place Hardse1* ator .
104. date for the edits of dork of the

Attention. I 1 Superintendent of Public Instruction. I General Election-Tuesday November I cult court subject te the action of No. 7.-Inspector* R. A. Bryan W.

TOIl will find it to your interest +j 1904. Democratic party. Primary .-.... Or--I U Brackwell. a 191. ML 0U4. Straoahaa ...'
investing- ; polling place Itna. .
before of I
call on me 1 Commissioner Agriculture. 1
to book will be
and room to : registration not d J. 8. FREDERICK. i new IaaJ1.I .
house 'I'II
'.bed 1 Railroad Commissioner. 4f
for the second elec- I
reopened primary
real estate. No.
i. nt. Real bargains ill_ 1 Adjutant-General. I laspacton.. H. Padgett. J. F.
city and country. Insurance' taxes. tJoa.II Newlaa' J. W. Ivea; clerk. R. Cothrva; ,
collections. etc.. attested to. I 1 State Chemist II POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. : I hereby anaonaoe myself a candidate 'polling place school house.Xo. aV.

license 1 Judge of the Omit Court Seventh of for 1903 and for the office of tax collector' of
bare special legal transgeie Payment poll taxes \ I Inspector J. S. Pardoe. A.W.
all ki d& Judicial draUt- Dade County subject to the action of / i .
to prepare feetlo t 19u3 U a prerequisite to voting at all j Cromartie. J. 8. Peter; dirt J. R.Pendtetoa ,
fen 01 real estate Low 1. State Attorney. Seventh Judicial elections this .. the coming Democratic primary. j I
I ; polling place, school bouse. Ie
Prompt attefttinft. I Circuit I dw T. N. CAlmER j jFOri
c. c. CARROLL. No. 1..I.epeeton. L. X Osbora. J.

Notary Public. 1 Prosecuting Attorney. The following conditions exempt ) J""t" we forget." I II i M. Burdi... Frank insides; clerk )(. X.Kellnm .
State Thirteenth Sl'Datoria1l| TAX ASSESSOR
.w ATY.D. "ua "MvJlD 1 Senator persons from the payment of capita- ; polling place, city aalL
--- District j jIMember !' I hereby aionnce myself as a On Fatal Froneh DueL I 1 I No. 11
tics or poll taxes: -Inspector*. Jackson Peacock \
I of the House of Repressj j CANDIDATE: FOR TAX ASSESSOR of l' The last French duel
wu a very John
gllablaO.sdsate First-Any one who has lost a limb MeKlaaie. J. W. Galloway;

o.tkle.1 ,..,...*. In battle Dad County subject to the action of tad affair." I clerk Fletcher Albary; polling plans

1 County Judge I| the Democratic primary.d "How..?" Old Hardy bousae.
Second-Any one wno was U 1M"of :J.
Sheriff. C. L. XIMANIES. "It terminated fatally"i'
No. 12
I -Impart om. W. A. Owner ]
UOL' usual "
before December 31.
on or
age "
A.0.0, lied M rc.t-trs 1 Clerk of U* Circuit Court.I "Ileslly Geo. SUneboyasr. W. J. Dougherty. ...
I IlY. Li
Third of (n
-Any one becoming age ,
Skua IranUlj: ltd I County Assessor of Tax*. i FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. Yes. The morning wu *o chilly clerk. Geo. W. Moudie; pulling pLac i.
old on or after January 1.1903.
that of the comttttant
Jrrder. It 1 Tax CuUector. i I candidate one caughtcold Brow. A
C14W. : hereby announce myself a* : Hoodie's .arell e.
I Fourth-Any one who had become a
; and died three neck later of
1 County Sapet1.... nt of Public Injunction. : for the office of PrtweeuUng Attorney No. Inspectors, Henry Gowns.
-- I resident of this State and county jo pnt'1lmoni.-'hieago: Pott.
for Dade county, subject to the Ernest Mall. Will Anderson; clerk. C '
I or after January 1. 1903.If I
GEO. L. DONALD j 1 iMtneOI' j: approaching Democrats primary eke.tine. .' Nrv.r Satisfied. W. Hill; polling place, school bouseNa

airs u liur I 1 Codnty Treasurer. i properly registered" say of the H. F. ATKINSON. Tiraciou!" Mr. De 14-Inspector*, J. W. Saxon W.
I County Spt'p-I Sistruak; clerk. l-
.a.- a .e.y1t7 I "I mifh i I could acquire .
......... sad i..di.iaist ey. .
and county. held this year without
GBOVK. FLA. 3 Member of the County Board of ( p 'lile."For." C Holly: polling place, ecll00I1Iou.. f

COCOASCT I Public Instruction 1 paring any poll or cspltaUou tax. YOUNG AGAIN. ;"ooduess' sake," exclaimedhis I It was moved and carried that .....

> 1 Justice of the Peace la and for DtstrletiNcs.L2.3,4I,4,7LL- i'P.ARTiAL EXEMPTIONS wife. "what do you want withan of candidates for members of the eeu.-e

DANN. i Persons under the following conditions "One of :>r. Klng/s New Life Pllb apjieut'- :' It would; only give ty executive committee be plar4 'on :1.
A. I
J. .' weeks has
each night
two put mla I
10. 11. U and 13.j will be liable for one poll tax ; 1, YOU more Ji. <|>rpf<>a."-Philadelphia+ the regular ballot. rI

....wets..e a m tauear7.oi..acue. 'j t 1 Constable U and for District No* only for 19"2 or 1903 as the case maybe my teem.: again." writes D. IL Turner l're .. I It".. aim moved and carried that .
: of Dem, eytown., Pa. They're the --
"t. T '"I r --I 1. J. 3. 4. I. C. 7. $. 1. 10. 11. 13I : candidates for came: warden be placedm
r ....wow.s. ; bent In the world for LJver. Stomach The Society Msnnor. ; the
I IT' I regular ballot and the eanHtale
and 13i who became 65 old -
......-..... Isaa1 Any one years and Bowel Purely vegetable. Never )-'rilillll-J'IIf'II.I slat u a fo<-ie'v < for said office be adeemed $1 ** I
i eus. j S Presidential Elector during 1902: will be required to pay $1 1 gripe. Only ZSe at all drug (tores.A manner'Father11'ell? I Mr Johns
of Precinct
No. 1 hand-d|
at Large to National Con
4 Delegate for account pt poll tax for that year.Any ,
I meet your guests In hm mlxnstlon, m.. a member. of the"
yeaUclll.i one who may become of age (n .
Story sf Admiral Kepp.l.The with ftth-li cordiality beaming out committee
fOlEnllONEYAmSIAR and the name was accepted. *;
: District Delegate. years old) at any time during 1902: : of ami critical I
i Kn :li.h tell the foi- one .tie ini-pectioii(
.......... ..... :' / paper A uotlon wan made and carried. rhatInsjiertora all:
.... o.wss 13 Member at Large of State Commlt- will be required to pay $1 for poll tax :j loving nor which ilutratej! tIc ,; out of the otlu-r. BruoUtn ,
Life and clerks b* paid $:! 1111 per
tee. for the year 19U3. intrej .Jity of the late Admiral Kepi \ day j

1 County Member of State Committee. and the he maintained '.
ARE YOU GOING : Any one becoming a resident of this pel discipline ;.. : ." ...w..... The next: meeting nf the comm.tt.iC; ; .
1 Member National Committee. aboard chip: Hit hip.. the RaJ'isrh, ,
State and county during 1903 win be :: i ( hare-411; ife"- handwriting was called for April :81, 19 br West ? 1 Supervisor of Registration. I i I I..s in danger of linking, and he j
North llabU for the poll tax for 1903. I II U a. tui: Just look at thtt: !letterII' .' I There being no further busloeasI a
Flab and Game Warden. : hjJ to run her into a French port.
IHE., 1 County i WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL, TAX. i i !". t"rt.-nll-II. doxuu nuua>;e motion was made and carried to a Ah entered the harbor French I oInure
1 Member of Dad County. Democratic: i I I a
1| male Inhabitant wlo to i.I| !?
All are 21 n : it _
& NashYille1. Executive Committee la and for ., \'l'.i i i.re.1; a ''!lute. The R IeihI ,
L aisYllle yean cf age and were under 15 yean j i I! u< ft inkin but Sir Henry lit- ('I"rI.-1 don't.. I j jlL t i'end the I GEO. P. BtTLL, .
: ;
Preetncu NX i 2. 1. Co 11,7,1. .
of age December 31. 190L I _ehe< k.-iViroit j. reyLit.rsry Pre.#,. I Secretary Pro Tea .
r4lni.k! hu and
Railroad and 14. Ii| to guns returnj ,
; '. 10..11. U. IX. i I
fter .. sm'" p..ensnnoise.. Any one becoming a resident of this !I j j rd the salute! with the water ru>h- Noto.
.....-. / The nde' gorernlif add pnmar :I 1i QUICK ARREST. .
: Pullman State and to '. in in at .b portholes, the sailors'n.annlntheir ..
MewVrw Liaise mla, election shall be the same a* those county prior January 1.
sleeper, ..pS04.selwe.. free re1Haias i'adopted by the Democrat- Executive ,',1 1902.: rill be required. to pay Foil taxI i I guns and firing till '! proudly "] .rite,. for the niagarineOh. *.' -

aad diaing ...1 'I i902 and i the ammunition abo\e water wa I J. A. Gulledxe.: of Verbena.. Ala .
; eaalr ***. jcanmltt I !e. at their meeting held U for 1903. ; (Ino.. .he% iuid I the plain was
aortbera..d.oethe.s cities, i, i If become after Jan-i'! ethau-tt'd. little twice in the .hospital from'e'"
between Jacksonville on January Std 1104. for : they a resident woman.Why, my daughtergoes
dialer ear servie i In the down the stand after I care of piles rsnidsg :. tumor Aftetdortors
TIle hest ''governing State primaries so far as I I|i nary L 1903. and before January L ;; to news
.,.."-. "Chn-aio Tribune.tennwhst and all remedies failed Buck-
the same will be applicable to the :1. 1903. they yU be required par poll I EXPOSURE ours. .
.iJJ'kntlle nn iTUkeU :yin '' len's Arnica. Salve quickly< arrested
county primary. Those and only those tax for 1903 only. I

1 L. & N.rr 1, pVfmu shall be permitted to become |, Any one renchlag their majority. (n To.cold draughts of air. to keen and | $arcastie.hehere's I'' limber tnltotnmstloa sod cured hint.
thud invitation to the : It conquers and kilts pale !:3c, at a9
c> ear '1II i I candidate before, or vote at or par- ,years) on or after January L 1902. win cutting winds, sudden changes of temperature 1
ma quenuk ball tomorrow night. dnigxlsts.
",errrrhio.i appij l Ig tidpate la thenunagement of said primary ;. be subject to payment of poll tax for' scanty clothing undue exposure wonder what di.-guM I had better -

i election who declare their adherence ; 111)I. of the throat and neck! after
J..M.. i ?
Fleming.M aitume mprmtun of the waist >
mar >e
"** to the principle and organlSHttoo ,I I pnblle speaking and singing bring on .
It all of She-Why not jq*lack\ pleasant : harmful but If the 0
eases exemption of a right
-- Ray $ i.' young man
-. of the Democratic party. Na- ;; courts and colds. BsllsnTs Horehound I.
J"- '" from payment of poll taxes, he Yotl'l'I'I'I'I Omahn Wor!J !: attempts it most girls are willing to
'j r''ti; _
take rll _.
1 of the supervisor of registration
v 4-.- few 'the law of the State lawful elector I secure j Mrs. A. Barr, Houston Texas, Two Good Rule. ,

foi.EY5I1ONEYAI TAR \i,of the election districts la which they I a certUJoat setting forth the fact that Jaw n. UK*: One bottle of "Why is it," asked Robinson :" .

. ..... ....->r. ........... ,.o'far to vote, who have paid their poll 11 such voter is exempt U the certificate I Horehonnd Syrup cured me of a.rlt-'I "that yon always appear to be happj I If Anaaia' could have beea in Florida .

tales legally due not lea than tea I exempts the voter from payment of : bad cough. It Is very \.... and contented r I for the pant few mouths, be. would:

I day before said primary election, and poll taxes for both yean (103 and take. ZSe. Me. $1.00. Sold by Red "I suppose!,'' replied Barker, 4t"1 not have felt lonely.

60.YEARB'EZPtRlLNCE t .IM shall when challenged by aa elecli -I I 1903). If properly registered, be can';Prom Pnaimacy. I because 1 never borrow trouble 01 i I -

>r, pledge In writing upon oath before then vote upon presenting to the inj j lend money." _____ j i!': Hun. C. -.I. Brown:the aoMler-etates-

any Inspector to abide by i specter: such eertifleat of exemption. nan of Marion, conducted a clean

3 ::J support the result cf suck primary 4j'//f I I If the voter U cutset to only one "How Nothing Sudden these About mountAin.Them. !I'I I campaign and Ute flatertag vote he

rtisfmrt the eomln thereof. FOR ; suddenly : received attest the fact that he wasI
.. either for 1903 the'eaase :
poll tax. or IMS. i
rise from the plain! I IDo i I
The polls shall be opened and closedat I rule will apply as to.ria.. j UNITED STATES SENATOR ,I you think of 1 noticed )I I not wrong in spending !large sums
of cash with
TRAM.......... i iDc. bk be several election districts at the a certificate of exemption for the two them a long time ago."-New York |'I the printers. i

Aca.fse.en.A. beers ttrcl i; ti* general election: law. yean. VOTE FOR Tune

...-CnrfiiatfTs--- I The following named persona are hereby GROWING ACHES AND PAIN
"--1: ...wnw -s--- e.w.'r.- appointed Inspector and Clerk for CeHit'-4. -
w. = .'.a.r la order to be qualified to vote at the JAMES P. TAUAFERRO : Mrs bode stunner Bremond. Texas
Church Did
: ::: boy h
:=s.'eri5.. .. :':::.... j the Severs: electiaa district: you your >
-. primary election oa May lOth or Jane I till punning hill studies at college write. April la, IXtt: 1 have used
.i -'.-.- of committee WHOM NAME IS COMMONLY
fit Jllltrkai. See report meeting en T. 110<<. poD taxes for 1902 sad 103 PRO f, Gotham- lea; be hasn't caught Ballard Snow Liniment la my family

Bret page.) must be paid oa or before I o'clock P. NOUNCCO: AS IF IT WAS up with them yet.-Tonker* States for three years. I would not be without

... :== .;:: : The Toting hall be by ballot on j jll i M. Friday. April 2*. 1904 (ton day before 1 I'I'J man. i It ta the 11_ I have used It es ..

.U/I &Co KEN i-*et* furnished by the SUM sad the ant primary election). j jI I SPELLED The Antithesis.Ilicka I my little girl for growing pain and

r ....., Is. s,w.r ..-. i County Executive Committee; sad arj I I Ii t tI 'ni -He imt much like a captain abu la her nIt cared her right
away. have also used It for frostbitten
"the etoee of such election the Upet. I I! Only a fool man would deliberately j jI "TOLIVER. of industry, is he?
feet with good success. U leth
I I I auk aa enemy by guessing within Wick No. II.'. lieutenant olla
el *- a
; shall
ton and Clerk proceed to eu..1 i "
1 I I beat liniment I ever used. She ale.
:! of woman" real line**.-Somerville Journal.
,the rota bl accordance with tat Rat tea years a age. II W. Sold by Red Croat Pharmacy. e




_. .
-- -- --- -- --- -
-- -------- -
'I BRYAN TALKS OX ISSUES. IS BURNING 1f F. Some of the little rags of the State'
condemn Hon. C. M.
Brown for changing

U&U METROPOLIS.i IkJHo Not Think the Itcinot'ratio Party YAZOO City M....., I. Grasp of Fire from Browsed to the support of I DO NOT TAIL TO Std | -
Fiend.Memphis. *
Will Be Reorganized Col. R. W. Davis. The good book says

%...-..e'Jai; suept:su...,. Chicago May 24 William Jennings May %Ii, 3 p. m.- telephone that aa honest confession Is good for (

unit -' laid here today mhile In Chlrago. message from greenwood. )1....._. saysthat the soul and that It Is never too late WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE
i i Bryan
( tnlw.. I the of Taxoo City Is burning
, town to correct or admit a Mr
III. f. .1111rtrwla that he thought the Democratic mnmg

, -U._.MUSIi _III. r J. I part would. out be reorganized at theSt and the last communication was that Brown has done both. He has committed L 314..12ta Street. J
the tire was completely beyond controlof no offense socially or politically.
"..,4 1.i Ik. hM.; u Yf..t.t>terfd. tools convention. the volunteer firemen and citlxens .
He discovered his mistake. declaring
........ .....aner "The plan to bring about a reorganization -
Trains with Ire are being -
. 7-s..e ..-;..;;;-!r.ppep.r pr.u.aw o. : of the party will be defeat : rushed there from Jackson and honest for and Capt.honorable Browsed and madea like .. . . . . .. .. . . .. . .. .. ..
" ia* sum Us el ta* raised Stew .i ta. ed." he said "The paramount Issue an an man
, fireenwood.- Is reported that twelve correction admission. i
woos -ssihra .D.s .net..l. in the campaign will be governmentby public and 1\I.1oR.EE: BRO'tt3.
-- blinks. of business houses and nt.1ilenres ,
Such is of andenteem.
a man vorlby respect
r.rssee.le e..'' perils* I
, .sect t..a1.R the people as against governmentby
| **aj....-Mis tr..tae.e r..... I the corporations The people' will have already been destroyed not abase md hatred i KINDER LOU. n.i a-.

On" Year by Mall..=-. . . ....$300 The fire originated I. the block or'rupled -
control the St. Louis convention, and Make \
I Ir
h. Etx Months..... .. . . . .. I.*) (''' by the Wen Union and CUintESPONUE.VCEIVtveen .
the Kaman City platform will be reaffirmed
b:-ee Months. .. . . ... 1.%$ ....tal Telegraph companies and the

" Ob. Week by Carrier. .. ...... .10Tli I' In my Judlm nt. I telephone exchange and soon afterwards the Trade Unions and the i Kinder Lou (Crates.
-- "Do you expect to to to St. Louisas .
-- all communications with the Contra tor*' ASMH'tatioa.
liiml PriBUni Compuj.> I a delegate ass asked. I city were cut off.

Acvertisinc rates made known oa "Well. It looks that way DOW It Is reported that the home of Congressman Building Trades Council i Chase & Harne)'. Miami
i though I ran't be ..ure.thf'' reply :
application. Williams theminor
'' John Sharpe I i of Miami and Vicinity Sell-isz:
TELEPHONE, tlJR.rrriCK leader la the House of Representatives 1 i
-o- Miami. Fla.. Feb. 1::. 19014.
: METROPOUE BUILDING. : I has been burned 1nc:1er: Lou Oratea:
BKOWN. BROWARD AND DAVIS. To the Contractors' Association. )II. ;
4St sad 434 Twelfth Street. Taaoo City Is a tows of six thou- '
I II ami. Fla.: : all ovtr Dade County.
Opposite Court House.ioIASATIVS aad Is miles
sand Inhabitants sixty-fire
.' It Mr. Bro.a instead of Mr. Brows Val 'I II Gents: TIle Carpenters Local W3 demand > *MMeS.MM..saas ... ...... .... .. .... .. ... .
from Jackson oa the Mississippi '
_MCTAHCM.Fr had been second la tile gubernatorial that they receive aa eight-hour:

iii ei | j! race the very papers that are now I ley Railroad. I work day commencing on the Kth II . . . . . . . . . . . .
I T. ITaa.f--I/--] / abusing Mr. Brown would be praising ON QUESTION OF UNION.: '! day ot February, 1WU. the same being

!I I I him and making appeals to the old I! Presbyterians Debated This Forenoon j tbe next day after your regular meet- j Epicurean Restaurant f
.. ianan i t4Ti -......"::- j Confederate veterans and others trots Ing the eight-hour day to be granted
.f 4..w.... .. ....-.. sit $4 M I In Dallas Texas i ij without reduction In Ultimatum -
.. .... _, let I to ii' for this brave sad honest old any wages 2
i: sar--u-----..-- _.-.. Nt i ., I I ; above JOS lAh St.
h j : If the demand Is not -
mi Confederate soldierAs Zi. The
If =:1 artiss. ... t1I '\1l Dallas. Texas. May general j
I t
" eta ( It is now they are abusing him assembly of the Cnurr nd Presbyterian { granted local W3 of Carpenters and I ,

.ato.IM.--e..,.IN t w Nt I toe and appealing to the Confederate veterans Church la session here, aflei Joiners of America will proceed to I Continuous Semite from 6 o'clock a m.. until 10 p. m

l -py. Is. ".-..). t SM I I auf I such will bring: ..... .......... . ... .
asaSsea...._.__.. .es M to turn their backs on Bob Davis devotional services this morning took i inp adopt measures as i . . . i.. . e. .

f, -1.-( .*-. 1"11. I _I I 1 M4 I,! ... himself a Confederate veteran, and I the discussion of Or question of 1 about the eight. hours and three dol I ---- --' bI

: vote for Broward. ..bo.Ia. almost a. church union. | Ian (S3.00 per day K.. '. rtfK .,. .. BAIL

" MAY 25. 1904.There knows as a public official .1 The debate continued throughout | Tours respectfully.Local i I! PeeK 9 Bailey
We take It that It will be safer b the morning with great earnestness-' $93 Carpenters and Joiners ot ,

are no officials so soot but vote for Mr. Davis, who for twenty The rare feature of the question was 1 1emphasised America. ..i_. ft.fl.Gt.d.

If that better ones eaa be found. years or more has been la public life strongly many delegates j A. B. Weaver Pres. I! YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS

la Florida and whose ,..blie record holding that the diversity of views i W. F. Croft. Sec Overhauling aad Repairing.. Marine Railway.

After Jaae T. the politicians and the is aa open book. He started out with between the Northern and Southern I Ichurches Referred to the Building Trades TOllAvesueD MIAMI. FLAt
the aad the wide for Council<< Feb. 12. 1"M. for consideration I
; subtle earn take a breathlnc spell proposition, rcmsrfss steadfastly makes point too <<

.1 though It will still be a warm oae.o by it. that if single questionable aa agree' meat oa the question of union j st which the within demand was -- -

act of his can be pointed out daring to be reached and made practicable. | unanimously endorsed.B. . . . . . . .

It's never too late to Improve and his entire public career that he will II i Sntton. PresSeal. .

dens up your premises. Remember step down and out In favor of his op AFFECTING MARRIAGES. ; ( .) L. N. Snelt. 800<<'. Sai

that poIIeo I.ThIa.. Buffalo, May M.-The Presbyterian Miami. Fla. Feb. 13. 1 04. t the ? Carlos

. Contractors' Asuoriatioa of :
--- It seems to us. Is a fair and general assembly la nesion here this To the

K: A Bo* Davis has take to the stump. .' open proposition and If for twenty morning adopted br a two-thirds vote Miami: iI' Formqrfy SIQ} palm NotgI. '
After June 7 Broward will take to tile Gents Tour communication under
: >> I
yean be has been faithful to the trust the resolution which provides la sab-
woods reposed la him be will very likely stance that all Presbyteriaa ministersbe date of Feb. e, 1904. to B. T. C. received Corner A Yeaue B and 11th StfYet.

o prove faithful to the end.-Oca la Ban enjoined from marrying persons considered filed sad orderea ..- j Gus. A. Muller. Proprietor

br pulled or kicked oat and then ner. Ineligible la the churches belonging wend by stating that we cannot constitutionally

It take a meek sad lowly' spirit to enter Into contract ascovenanted
D to the Inter-State conference.WOMAN'S Open all the
and can It ." tile II... yearat
to 0t .p : "brmoeY.o BANFORD'S TRUCKING SEASON. with you on you

BOOT. mention; however we approve of arbitration
$150 per day ud.p. Special week aad to
per CootT
Fro* latest reports cholera to dolasto The closing shipments made by thetruck when consistent. roercial men. Large Sample Rooms.

tile Japanese army what the Russians growers la sad around Sanford Pound Cat I. Pieces and la The
tried Respectfully.B. !-. O. Ilox ,,** 'Iwwwwwwwwwwwwwe
here tailed to do-klIUn them says the Chronicle of that place, are I Bay Button "'"- .

.. proving wonderfully satisfactory and (SeaU L. N. Bnetl. See. . . . )

out.V 0- as heretofore predicted, win Make the Charleston. 8. C- May Zi--nearly Gaited Brotherhood ofCarpenters .

the nHNMT you spear! for astertlelng season taken as a whole very remun two hundred Marlboro county negroes and Joiners wi A ..m... Taioi No.993.

.(. aa expense or aa Investment' erative. The shipment made by Mr. who had been searching; for Mary Mljmi Pa.. Msrrh, 1$. 19M.Contractor : Hotel Biscayne

Aa expense if poorly handled: a capl- H H. Chappen. as published la JutBandiT. Hlghtower. colored yesterday found Asn'a. Miami n....:

.s"0' ". ml vestment If Judiciously handled Tlmea-Cnlon and fouad elsewhere parts of her corpse buried In different Gentlemen: Yon are hereby notified Open from November GRAHAM

. ..t(. la this Issue the correctness of places la a bay south of Tntum. la that local union 93. U. B. ot C. and J. I.t to U1l bt. ProprietorCorner

.: Polk and DeSoto counties, both ot the 'of A. after due consideration. and proceeding
which to hole found the
, : we guarantee, were say one freshly dug was Avenue D and Twelfth Street
.y. watch were for Hays la the Ant primary.will least, astonishing aDd necessarily sat upper part of the body of a woman' according to the constitution

'-'f give their rote to Darts to isfactory. He was not the only shipper cut oft at the waist sad the arms sew do hereby demand aa S-tour day Make MIAMI .
An counties la and after July L t,,M FLORIDA
the do the Mays during that period: otners. not eo.utft.ln eVd at the shoulder points. Other effect oa

Middle Florida will do likewise. perhaps made good shipments parts of the body Including the head 'I"WC'I'fI Respectfully

aI -O- with results quite as good so found buried nearby, and the face A. B. Weaver. Prm. CQ QQOOQ QCCQQOOQQQOQOQCCOI
A merchant asked a reporter for I W. F. Crofts, see.RESOLUTIONS. *
'that the sum total warrants us la the was Identified as that of Mary Highj j

thlii paper It there was any way by statement that no previous year has tower. The actions of her husband i' Bush & Safford Piano Co"

.3 whfch be could keep moths out of his for his wife's I I ,
resulted financially' as well the and his failure to account for .
rfr and ...., I Isare Adopted by the Contractors Association tls.rpnswd sicesn.c .
stock of goods ready farming Interest as has this. whereabouts have raised. the suspicions !I :I .

was: : adYertlN.f .** I Had the celery not "seeded" so badly of the big searching party of ..etrroMHlehtowet' of .Miami. Fla. 1904.to TakeEffect I Sal* H pr_.a.t .Urr s) 8 A

o- the Income from that product the husband dlsappoc. May :Mh Steinway & Son's. New; Yo& .
Rd M. Hendry. of Tamper one of the It having come to the knowledge
would hare exceeded the sum recejved ed Thursday alibi telling the negroesthat .
t tFadiar'pollticlaiis and a former supporter by perhaps JJO.ftno or S3 .<*. Other he hau not killed his wife, aad the Master Bollder Association that ZzneWO PSalse Ca? 8aston.Other .
Jea- unsatisfactory conditions have fore
that the
of Jemalao. says localities throughout the State envious was going to bring jer Lack.
Hick Gracie PUniM
alacs vote will go to Taliaferro la the time exirted la the building. ..business and Piano Player
of '
of tile reputation ours
wean. primary. Industriously promulgated the story PRECAUTIONS AQAIXhT 11 AGUC.Maiatlla. owing to the unwise and unjust I Pianos from $%:!; up' C* h or ally pot) me its. Tun-

, 1 that tile crop la this locality for this. Net. May S4.-The health exactions of the trale unions insomuch ni.am.J: HepH'rln A few bargain in Rightly fi

No matter bow good 'and attractive year has proves a failure. This Is authorities here are taking every precaution that many P<'fE0D bnilblngs; who and contemplated sal- use.I pianos Open ev.*n5nrf 8

r-j you adverUMmc. if you offer pom not true sad the facts aDd figures. to prevent a recurrence of the erecting new
"- roods you will lose groundThe will convince bubonic plague which BOW prevails Ing many extensive Improvements dur- CCQC cccco co C OOOQ.OOOOOClNC :IJ ClCC ClI)
( ascertained, say
'6 .. ;... eooM to see what you have hottest sad r-nitnded ataa that tbfstatements I la several South American cities. The i lag the present suntxer. have deferredoiag i -

f .M IT they Dud pour naUty offered we make are correct.Tbe city paid out daring the month of so. so long as tile present con- j James P. Tallaferr sad ins X. C. -I k
DOt' I I dittoes exist; It to therefore apparent: mra-Llan am to eater the lieU put
they win noneagate free here has already April a bounty for *R& tars ami '.;<3
, country away .1 l "
I that the growth and prosperity of tb wsry U> satisfv their claims hv the
-o the otganford mica killed. There U no fear i4 the
convinced that city
'city had been greatly restricted causing sovereicntv ot the people. Tsliaferrola I
': J. R. Abrams will make Dade county hi situated la the midst sit the reappearance of the p'agtM in stew of
great injury to all branches of basis aa etcelleat sheriff and voters ant best truck growing region of eonatryIs the cleaning ap which<< l ae rtiy na .
*** his. ejvrtlon in the next primary is an
olag.to see to It that he is given anopportunity the entire South, and our peopleoadd.atly sea subjected to.
resolved this Assofstton. -
It to therefore by
asMirad feet The people realise his
to prove the truth ot this Invite attention sad Investigation. .
f be nominated on GIVES SAN DOMINGO TERMS. That we wla,. .. open worth and have shown their aiireclatloa .-
statement. .
Baa Domingo May 24.-The Dominican shop a sliding scale of wages. sail of his past s>..iike and the eanfldence ,
June 7. by a safe majority. member of the
H. H. Chappell. a
Government has obtained from that nine (') hours shall constitute aal's | they have la his ability ..d.

-- designed board of county commissioners sad the Itallaa minister new terms for the work la all branches of the 'I what he will do for them Ia the tuture I
Ada carefull written aad one of.Ih* leading. truckers ..... wlth- !
payment of Italian claims under f'protoml building trades. by their handsome vote. Mr. Tal...- i
f' wilt attract trade to a tarcreator extent la the last two week. made the following That pledge'imrselves I' Clearance
It to further rerolred. we
and derided The arrangement stipulates ferro disproved ta the satisfaction of
Jhaa a poorly written and sales: r
shipments and for the Aa- j jsoriattoa
of .J. that that the payment shall begin aftertS.Ooa Us supporters his ercueeduo.. |
ad. It's the avalitr aa m crates of celery dlscrimlna-1!
On April 2S
that hereafter no
has aeea produced nod applied with the railroad or ether corporatelaterests.
attract trade. It will, pay the advertlMT received f. b., Saaford.IUT.TS. Salelof
for which<< be o. and
shall be made between union
Uon ,
.. little store sad **t uality to the exterior debt !' aa was shows hv Oe outcome -
t pans I _-_Ioe labor; and It to also agreed of the late primaries Mr. Tablaterro'
us Bin. ads. : On April 26. JM crate, and received ; each member of this Association '
INSPECTING RURAL DELIVERY name la to be found among McnV55 Boy's

The people ot Dade are veil ap ont scs.... Dallas. Tex. May 84.-Joseph L.Brlstow. sign the above resolutions and that !: the IM of Palted States Senators who ,,
May &, 32 II crass celery and reeelvadI'J1.25. shall be ..t>>11 be4 for one
i Postmastef the same .
the arm. of "narmoaj"- K woutfool Fourth Assistant I' have done ate for the advaacesseaiof .
f. o. h, Baafor week la the city papers as aa advertisement : SHOES
little bit. Abrams win be General to toariag several Southwestern the laterests of their constituents
f Jem s May 7. 3tt crates celery, and receired .
The sheriff aa* Frederick the States sad Territories laspecting for the short period he was Senator I ,

next not clerk.. eves it :.the opposition $1.AU. f. o. b. Baafor the workings of rural free delivery of Jas. r. Wood worth. Contractor. than any other Senator the State of
total of LIU eratea. with .
sM should throw overboard' a few Making a suibL He reached here today for the Peck A Balky, Boat Builders.J. Florida has ever had sad for this reason .

lever candidates fir the safes of ."aatl a net return of tSJM.74 ana This tola purpose of acquainting himself with W. tardy Miami TlBalng and. sad that of adlcria to the old ATCohen's
. of the fact that the celery crop i i
..ample' < face that branch ot the service la this part Plumbing Steep : Democratic principle of gulag a good i iaad ;

o II I ot Sanford "had an gone to seed. of the Stata. He plans to visit other Muller Brady Maan.CnatrajtorsR. :: faithful servant two terms. as aaencouragement .

( appears that OUT Metcwlf was I, cities of Terry" having lasnected already O. Sulxner. Contrsrtnr.M. for perfomaace of duty i 1 I .
I U slightly m the J. )I )ooald. Plumbing.W. win he returned to thet'aited '
know outside of Dade-eonaty by the While Bromard the work la M'D- Mr Taliaferro

maBaess of the vote h. received for I lead for Governor he ls the only candidate -. T. Hesliagtoa.. PaI."r.PIfoI'Cf' Statea Senate.-Palmetto News

mat. noausKteemaa!: His rote was for that office that did DOt
fID..u.r by 'several thousand his own county I. the ranent primary The poJltidaa to 8I1.hepMft. G. Erfert. Contractor. .

than the number received by many of election. It" a fact that BohDavis I shall DOt want for say food thing dur-1 C. J. Rose Artificial Stone MfrtU she]
M. Howard and E. K Howard.Brfcn
preHnctia I. his campaign. He leadeth me to'
the other cuadidates and'amaller than not only carried every .

that ot It out.., the 14 oalbe rickH. r his con sty, bat captured a majority I l"rI.t for my vote's sake. He fillethmy tim tractors.One .

I of the votes la Broward's own voting; pocket full of cigar and preparefhmy A. Mnller." Painter.Hourihaa .
la the of ft Gsrrett. Plasterer parK Cota: e
and Taliaferro Club will ward la Jacksonville and received aI i> ticket for me presence
The Darto I R. S. WII_. Contractor.
,I of the votes cast la Duwaiaunty. i my better Judgment. Tea, though 4
Frisk Clark plurality
...._ the cause of I .
e. A wiser mows could not I I These are facts which should : leave my work to vote for him aad F.V.. Hshn Contractor.Fred West palm B aQ". pa.!
for Onagre ContractorW
when be Is elect- I Dickervia. -- --
considered carefully In the next '. host myself hoarse,
aft bees made as* a better more lie 1f the people of )lr. Brow- ,r..d stratehtway h* funcetteth; .... Lo A. Shepherd. Novelty Works.t Situate on hake Frost arfjolalnc FoI.EY5K1DNEYCOIE
and more deserrtng maathaa primary .......
competent b.1 t tknoweth EVwtrt'al F.n.u.
home and ward are afraid when t meet him on the street ; Meyers. City park A real. comfortable place
this rising yonM staUsmaanwM I ,rd's own M.kes tiFl..yw a.d ........ li..M
the executive chair me not neither shaketh i jhand. J. A. tieon. m.mlth.L with pool table ervice.Sample .
i selected to represent our o trust him la ; my'j C'ollllr..tflrJill. tt> stop at. *
. tae
: him quite so Surety the wool bath been pulled K Hats'W. llaMcrer .
to DaTtaJsljJiiTu hose who do not I room for traveling men
ruse and toterertaHerea I Sharkletun Stone Contra*t rK. tolEY5I101iEY.ua
1 .ell should go stow la making him ov r mine eves all the days of my'He. AfrrMadr

, : aad winners.Cterk. notringers.: I "l'I'IIor.-o. goto Couety News. .-Courier Informant. Welhorne. Brick Contractor Mn. U. B. II... Proptietrcwa. -: ..,.. .. swd..as

:' .7/t deed sure I


:___.. ,.-:..:. ._......_ .-x-.'<:&.......___ L.- ..> -'i '. "'" i- ........-. ,"'_me:'-1'_;f __.:_.x....... _.......... '...,.,....."" .... '"1-.J[. ..... ;... ;.... < L ______t.-_ t------. '' .- -. '.

Ib )

-- -- ---- --- ,
-- --- -- -- -- ---
-- -- -- -

: '
W.: F MILLER 8. CO I".
u. M KING, 1Jsere a acs "The I'ideal 1

Funeral Director and Embnlmer. RTAKERS

taco .Oe
f ,*-* ,nnllld T.,. r.,* ?, re---, r.,,.. -Mj.--i7fA Sf/fcf Phone 25. Special Sale of Seasonable

t E ___ __ _______ __ __ Goods. ,;.It S5., Great!y Red uce d .P.r rtcese.

THC Mr*. Lipgen. who baa spent the pant A JOLLY PARTYOf

,, six month la Miami left this morning I I
!R i fur her home In Dayton 0.. where she Key Wevlen Came to Methodist Bets Betttl |I Ladies black mohair skirts sod

" -- I : will remain during the summer Mr. !I Conference on Schooner Reliance. Se* the newest fad la ladle crush i round length, seven gored lap i.....

r Ml\MI. F 1.\.. hy :84. 1W4. G. W Purdy. of Hobe Sound hi strain Lips en .to delighted with the city and The large and commodious schooner belts, w bll.. tan black and mode i inverted plait; the regular '7.50 .....

in the city on buslnUeorge -. I climate and it .to her intention to re- Reliance, Captain Hen GI boon, arrivedIn :,Special price. .. . . ....>Y.N
Skirt! Skirts
[ MAIL SCHEDULE.: turn next winter. Mr. Lipgen .ili port today at noon from Key West .

< )I. King of Kiilfor.!. i* in I|I, top over In Palm Beach and St. Augustine having on board about twenty persons Ladles seven gored. Sicilian doth Lame S Suits

I I' Am* from tile North5:00 town today. on her way home. from the Island City who came over .skirts In white; all man tailored, per-1( A large.assortment of *>* 'slat
F a. m. to attend the Methodist conference j feet Stung with warn Bare; ipadal. j' many styles and colors; an bandso.'

,, ':65 p. m. t J H. P Ruffon and wife are among ttte I Mr. G.... H. Meyer, who recently. which assembled today. I lprtc*.. .. ... .. .. ... ... ....M W i ly trimmed ADd tailored

... C'_ for the North prominent Floridians la the city today j opened up aa electrical supply house The party la about equally divided

.>. 1:15 a. m. and guests at the Bay view. : with Pierce A Hardle. the painters on mlth gentlemen" and ladle and they Carte*.

(:1S p. m. i| Avenue C. .to a thorough mister of his. Inaugurated the trip by vessel for the I f I Ladles B. Conet No. 301. mad ::tit

R. L Stephens, a prominent merchant profession. He to prepared to furnish purpose of enjoying aa outing on thewater best quality Batted; thto corset tlir.e

THE WEATHER. of Tennllle, Oa, is in the city I estimate on electric light wiring bell and under salt The Relianceleft tile correct, enct fora.I .

today on business.N wiringannunciator work. and all Key Went Monday afternoon and I
W..hlllctoa.-FoI' Eastern Florida:' i Special price.... .... .. .. ......slits
kinds of repair. He ha had yean Captain Gibson report a mont pleasant I ,

Continued fair and warm. H. Braddork and W. M. Hill of I of experlenc la the metropolis and and enjoyable passage and the ; No. M7 Warner rust.-proof eonet.to .

Maximum. M. Fort Lauderdale are la the city today will give entire satisfaction.Mr ; Jolly' skipper say that his. guests behaved : a corset that gins th utmost aatIsfactioa -

Minimum 74.TOWN. on business.E. I I like regular dog of the salt and I both for correct shape and

I H. D. Allison who has bees engaged I that be enjoyed their company fully wear .

!:. R. Lamvlp. M. M. Snooks W. H. ,I I. growing and handling vegetable i as well a* they did the trip on his I Special price.... .... .... .......lace*

i i Rains aad L W. 'instead, of Pompano at HallandaJe and Cutler fur staunch aad reliable little Y-'. '
ire visitors la town today. the past two season, left yesterdayfor The party will remain here until 4 .

I Sumter county and other point the adjournment of the conference atnrday f IF'MMY'

Hon. J. A. McDonald returned home West aDd Central Florida wherehe
SCHOOL TO CLOSE.-Th* Miaou I 1111 Bight and will return to their ti'fR
last night from a business trip to St.Augustine. will represent J. Leverne A Son of home' Sunday morning aboard the'Re- |
public school win dose for the term
--i.'' oa week from tomorrow. This. year Jacksonville. and other I Cincinnati for which reliable househe U_. la honor of his. guest Captain | % I

points on the East Coast. ha done effective work IB this sec Gibson had the America, jack flying
the school will have a graduating I
LaaVs Skirt W .
M .
I tlon. Mr. Allison has been quite successful from his. j
main topmast end It gave to
das, the the .history of the
Arabia Mr. G. A McKinaon returned tills both a* a grower sad buyer the craft more of the appearance ofa I One hundred waists ma ..... an

county.HELD morning from a business and pleasure. and has established. a reputation for pleasure\ yacht than a roasting trad- the latent styles la lawn madre and wa

FOR MCRDER.-Tbe two trip to the mountain of North Caro- i himself and those he represent that er.' Batiste; only a few of each trie- Ii .

a %Tuta under varrest for the murder Una. l will enable him to do a Sue businessIn worth. SLId and 13.... W. offer toHOM

| few week the future Jh\wlO return to this j LEGAL PAPERS.The at..... .... .... ....Me. each
of A. L. Savage at Oelray a
bearing E.!: T. McVeigh, tralnmier of the i section ....st. f fi Ladies. Japaaeea aUk shirt vaiati
ago were given a preliminary
F. II:. C Rr. with headquarters at St. following: papers have been Alan back and Croat tacked and trimmed -
yesterday afleraooa, county Judge JUNE Tth FOR J. 8.
tile Augustine is in the city today on teal I i VOTE/ON for record In the clerks\ office, circuit with lace; Bishop sleeves; a watot that
Kaiser and wen bound over on
n...>.. ;e raing to hi* road. court: j will wash. BJIIIdaI..81d
chart* murder without bail awaythe I COt'RT. .,..
action 01 tile grand jury at the next I I Satisfaction of mortgage. John Ladle skirt waists, same M cut. : '
Rev. C. W. Granting. prominentdivine O'Neal to L trimmed with tee back tacked s
MeaioB of the circuit _"-. George Chandler and VlrglUaeJL. I ; ; new \

of Daytona, to la ; Chandler. sleeve with tacked aL Special... .... .... .... .... ..tlM

CHILDREN'S DAT.-Ncit Sunday tending the Methodist. tlle51tJ 'i NEWS ON THE BAY. Qul, claim deed. W. T. Peter and i .

visiting relatives.Mr. wife to J. H. Hamilton for -,0.00>
the two I
week win be CUMm'a Day at
corns in section 12, township S3 south, E. B. DOUGLAS 4
flat. Method Church.: Aa elaborate I ----
Tof I
and Mr*. a D. Gldden Boynton VOTE: FOR J. R. ABRAMS. THE range 41 cant.Warranty ,

-program....to BOW being prepared for the are among the nearby neighbor NEXT SHERIFF: OF DADE COL'STY. deed. H F. Atkinson, to 'I 310 aitd 312. a Twetft' Street.

who are la town today oa a short Mrs. E.: C. Beck for f 1 and other eon-

'BUILDING- WORKSHED.Costraotan business and pleasure trip. The steamer Martialqtie.. Captain Mention IoU 12. 14 and 15, blocklit. -- - .

Hood and laaaca are preparing i ill-s \. vh'rh went M Newport New II....... .
Misses' Kat /and Pearl Sammerlln. early last ......111 to undergo extenilver.fwlra .
farther for the erection of the Halcyon Wm. D. H&he* and wife to Chaa.
popular young ladies of Fort Lauderdale bull and Is
to her machinery
Hall Hotel by the building of a Ian H. Garthside.. trustee, for H.WO EOx* School 1 Will
are visiting: in town today and are reisrted about rwmptete and U ex- Soon Close'
bed OB the hotel grounds which win feet city of Miami south of Fourteenth
guests iif the San Carlo while here. octed back here about the Ant of the
ba med a. a work chop and store room V __ Street and west of A.... D.

white... coBstructtoa which will be Captain H. B. Shaw cashier of tile month when abe will take up the rua Warranty deed. Chaa. F. Sulxaer to ..,

started la a few day", to under way. Dude County Security Company returned between this port. Key Wet... Havana R. J. Sampson Tfor I17S.M lot 4. block j j A"d your children will toon have a long vacation from I" '

relieving the Miami Captain 4C. Miami 'A them in .
this morning after several day ks.Vliy not place the .
STREET SWEEPER HERE.-Then ......... White which will !go oa the Wet Deed. J. H. Dora et ax. to Root. J. I ISampooa

.w street weeper ordered purchased Cout run between Tampa. Key Went for ....19. lot S block 4C, '._Mtaioi Con ervatory of Musk .:; .

by th. Qty Council its laet'regular Mr. and Mrs. N. C. SrhulU, of tile aDd Havana for the W XMU The Martinique Miami. I 'f

meeting ha arrived .and will be put Isle of Pines are in the city for a few ha been Improved by the I Satisfaction of Judgment. W. H. H. lave you investigated our'Partial X

la commission at once The machine days tad are enmute North for the .building of a new blip keel holler I Qleason. Flora B. Gleason and John i Scnjlarsfaip. Plea?" Anyone is enabled
bed Hi other work that make bet I thereby ,.
to warranted to do Its work thoroughly (: |
summer. L Stork to Helen Walton and husband
and It will a loot felt want. -- .practically. as coed a* new. ,. : amount $1. 1 -7S. I to obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely 4 .
I E.!: M. Rabb returned this morning { Warranty deed, J. C. Xlmanles to | nominal "'()St. Slniiati. am .....|. far wed Prattle....... t.
The steamer Miami which
from a trip to Havana. Cuba He to Charlotte Manning for $55.00 lot I,"
DELAYED BT ROCK TRAIN and ha not derided la port yesterday afternoon from Key franklin Coleman {:
out of business now block. t of section M. township 5 t : Bush Director.
WRECK-The F. E. C. train due here to his future movements.Mrs. I dot and Havana brought over tort)'
south i| east.
at'!:70 o'clock yesterday morning wa I four ..-.,... ., aa unusually large t i'
;; Lot contract Fort Dallas. Land Co.
three hoar late owing to the wreck Charles God ward and Mrs. W. : number for thin season of the year
I I to Ed. CRusph on lot %. block 53 -- --- --
\..'d s rock train coaslstlag of twenty- A Archer of Key West are la attendance year. ?be will call oa the return trip north. Miami.I : -: .

'Sr* can la the terminal pre at Jack upon the M. B.!: Conference and ton''row moraine with several pa.- i h e" . . .e. . . . . . ..... t.l
_YUle the evealag before and which while here are guests of Mrs. Captain seer,,'* and a very heavy frelfht. the ,

blocked the track for that length of Dillon oa Avenue B. latter consisting mainly of box material I R. H. Seymour. Esq.. returned to SPIERS & MERCIER
Miami after
OB Tuesday spending a
tins.BAPTIST. great. amount of which baa been ..
few day with relatives and friends ",
Mr. B. Oenovar and Mr. Louis A. taken to Havana I. the pant fewweek po.
CHURCH SOCIAL..-The here.' Mr. Seymour inform a* that ... .
Colee. of SL Augustine were passengers ; *.
1 the term for which he and Judge Wor- eli
Ice cream and cake sale and social held e e .
returning yesterday oa the steamer -
Real Estate. Life Fire and
entered Into having
ley partnership
tort evening at the residence of Mr. Miami from a business and pleasure Work .to progreuiBC rapidly oa the .

..4'1ra. W. H. Johnson on Fourteenth trip.. to Havana. F. E.!: C. steamer BUcaya. hauled out expired they hare mutually agreed'not '''

Street for the purpose of raising fund __ I II on the marine wa at the terminal to renew It. They will both however Accident Insurance :

to aM ta completing the edifice of the I f I Mrs. Charles Birkner. who had expected docks Among the Improvement to continue the practice of law in'''
Miami KUsemmee "alleJGaaette.I' Btmtal and Collection
.first Baptist Cb.reh was a decided << to !go North for the summer oa be made will be the putting la of .anew I Agents

sure**. Many'members of the church a visit to her mother. Mr. H. M. M of boiler wheel and mnoketack I I. <* 1

and other attended during the even- Scott6u practically decided to remain > *. This. with the work oa the I recent trip to West nor .

Ing and thoroughly enjoyed the affair.gaits at home though she may make hall will make her practically a* good Ida A. L Laagelller. general manager I Office over Bank of fay Bwcayne. .

a neat um wa rcalUed.. the trip later ta the summer.Mr. a* new when ready for errtce. Jut .of the Michigan syndicate closed out Lock Box 77, Miami. Fla.
the last large tract of timber belonging j
what wore or its she will engage la i . . . . . . .
THOSE: WHO QUJ.LInED.-TIIe Lem Miller the popular. clerkat has not yet been dKernilned. or. a 4I"'A M Peters and Laagelller. being: n . . . . . . 1

preliminary contests for candidate lathe I I tract of about It.** acre oa East
LefOer's grocery ha gone on n nanounced.Tbe .. -
ftaal events under the auspices River and at the West End of Cboe- -
e. I
Louis. Cincinnati UK 0 Mf'1(i.
visit to
of the Boy*' Athletic Club, were held tlarvs. During his. absence Mr. PnalTurn engine. ha bees takes out of tawatchle Bay. TIle price ta not stated Hotel aM fasmlbs ran way ...... '

yesterday afternoon and resulted lathe *** I* Ailing the vacancy at LetMaster the .launch Hyepn and carried to the I but was pot much under a dollar c BUSINESS:=:J Tesneeaee tuna at Biscayne Drs

following: Ralph Rader. Ben WU- ler*. machine ahopa for a general overhaulIng aa axe. for the timber alone, and subject -

laruX Bern Wltooa. John Holly Fred and repairs.Captala to a tarneatlae lease glvea a couple Parti* wishing to learn the Spaalaklaaguage

Ooarad. Raymond Walden Wade . of yean ago. The purchasers are Sunshine Calf Shoe, for workmen can Join the Class MOW I Iformed bads ,
Le/Ber celebrated hi*
12,1:. The Racket Store. .
Mather. Claude Brown Jo Bird. Earl Cha Thompaoa ha gone to Frederick and B. 8. Au.... who already by F. C Earlght.: a proeeiat .
seventh birthday yesterday afternoon .
SmithLtos Drown .el Cecil Wat- '. i the' tarpon grou. u* ayiaia .. his. yacht ban large Interests that : teacher. .
by giving a party to his. little playmate I If
meat to
you buy. or rent
j I Urrar.da., and If his. luck donlr- part of the county and who! recently '
t T and friends .which was thoroughly she hIm be bring back ijvm I' house 111'Coo\eJ\ A Herner.Hontestead Every cob Gelber to the Dafly Matropotto ,
!_ Deiirlou i I -tpert; to nn- bought acdown ..* of toad further
enjoyed. refreshment caa aM i iP ..... d.s ...
fiber catch of -nilver king. Her rvlsg .
THREE DAILY PAPICRS.-Tbe Mi- ', Ureg : the East River of Peters aadLangelller. Jj
were served Interspersed with for sale apply to this wan aM woman Is aaaullg a botdaat
.. .. !r jrlll he gone several days.e 1 !
New of yesterday began tile pubUcatkm music and game* which prevailed antil e e i 011... I I eduestlos by using De ballots b tlir

of a dally aewapaper. which a late hour when the little folks j i The Michigan syndicate now only they w entitled es payment 1ft s1.1.. .
give this city Bow three dally paper bed.J. The schooner Two sisters with Mr. i has two or three thousand acre 011 .
were taken home and to .ertptio... Read .
It ia'Very clear that the town .to too i rhoma W. Robert and family aboard : timber left la small scattered tract Watch Cooley AHoraer* rental ad tor eu' sa sfsts

joaK to supportan of them, and a :.a* returned tram an extensive entlseuvusg la Jackson sad EscamWa. TIlls be- for Saturday.
candidate for sneri
to The Record I R. Abrams. the key of the lower et and remnants of the great deal .
lively newspaper war on. 'LwMffsv7bwd
aa. sale
John Frohock to In the dt; theythe a*
against WANTED-FIT* or all house
alf coast .. with the I. A N. four year room
VM the flrat to bed a daily and : Btorayne Drag Comnaar.
of the voters | >
receiving the assurances i eee. by the year. Address R. thin ".
The Miami ago. but they will still have ..bo.tr..108
It seems to be
pimperoua. that he .is a .......r. Mr. Abrams Iso Frank T. Budge will leave la a fIaya I I I 1
and come acre of land la West Florida
Metropolis followed, BOW popular man and to galalng strength with his family and a party of Decorated Crepe Paper. 2 t cent If you have a house to rant try
the Kjw: Each wf the papen .to la' oa wb> the timber has been .oId.I -
laity from unexpected quarter ant needs oa his handsome and __ I Pensaco -imal.EXCVR8ION _ags. At the Racket Store. 'j I CooJey 4 Homer.
able ......-Jacksonville Metropolis.LEAVE ..--
.1aI1e his nomination Pew lions yacht Dorothy"' for a lengthy I
.. I We M* Tnaeaea ream ta an
--- nor
ain neither h' sot friend will anise In the key Headfaartern fancy groeene, fruits

TOQOHT.-IIr. and Mr* i '...Y. anything uaitone to make a*> e .. HAT" TO WASHINGTON. etc. at WUnoa A Fly". T I I lee eraam aa4 star have the nlatFTRN18HED

.... The schooner ilL V_. \ ,II I
E. DougbM leave tonight for New rance doubly IOU. Captainf I .

Tort., Mr. Douglas win return la amonth j Vbaer .....u... arrived ta U you want lea cream that Y prod HOCTJ.oa .
Ala Seaboard Air Line Railway.131.0e Tenth street for reaL Apply N '
I If Ii ,
while Mr. Douglas win be D..1 j I mornlag from Key West with a large and pun buy It of the Biscayne line .
The many friend of Mr. A. U. ] r all rail Jacksonville to ibis ... .
hose an ..._. 8M..ta leavjag hum bank will\ regret to leer. that he l--ft !!I:i -rg of freight for.local aerchaats.r! ington sod return On sale \\.11-1 Conpaay. They.>. Teaaaniii i treadlU I
Gnat of Atlanta. In charge of the this morning for Nashville\ T..... to ,, e it to October 51. returning. I : LIVELY: CONTEST
.nlUaery department of''Tbe Ideal. ; The schooner Magnolia. Captain I
mt/kf his future borne there. I I -
daily service. WriteA
*er>atroB* will Bad that he to thoruuEhly Durl.1 I I Norms Sweeting.. salM. today at anna !Ii Flrst-clas table board may be procured Oa vote with every tea cent paid
Mr Burt>ub stay In Miami O MacDoonell. A. O P. A .
eompetenC and up to date taevery i for the Island City with a largo saran'c at Sta. West Twelfth Street. Mr. for subscription to tile Daily Metraaw-
and had
Iwrome very popular .Iat"'j, Jacksonville. Fla, I I
particular.TOTE materially In the culture of voice aad [ general _b..I.w. Nelaa. 23T its which Call be used toward paytM

r tne worthy young peraon'
t ntrelnlng the Choral Society up to a coy :
VOTE ON JUNE Tth FOR J. VOTE ON JUNE: Ttt FOR J. '; FOR RENT.-Desirable east rooms. through a correpoadeae course b
.. of and be will j
ON JCNE Tth FOR I. !I.j high star cia. efficiency, j/I
+ 224 Eleventh Street, with or withoutEfl'1
FREDERICK FOR CLERK OF be greatly mtosed by the lover of [ FREDERICK FOR CLERK OF THE FREDERICK FOR CLERK OF 8.1'/I book-keeplag or toograph7. ForfaB
I I board. particular fwd tile 1aaIt-..... a..
COTRT. music and other ta general. :orr.T. .COl-RT.
: : .1lclAa4oL aouaceanat ta to-day" ,..,.;


,.........,.. '---"_ ._ io- .;:_' J ,_

-- ---
-- ---

I Young Man-! I I : I YongWoman I .


Equip!! Yourself for Business.


And Let the Metropolis Foot the Bill !



A Scholarship in the International Correspondence Schools Absolutely Free!

Become an Expert Stenographer--or--Become a Competent BookkeeperAt

your Own Home and Without the Outlay to You of a Single Cent 1

The Metropolis ha arranged with the International Correnpondence' Schools] of Scranson, Pa., the leading institution of the kind in this country, for two :.

Scholarships as follows:

A Course Book-keeping and Business Forms, Value $40.00A

Complete Course in Stenography, Value $40.00 r

: j

the Metropolis i is to assist two worthy young people of this vicinity, by puttin i : them in a WHY to help themselves, and will give i these Scholarships

Absolutely] ] Free to the young man and the young lady chosen by its subscribers" in the following manner:

One Vote Goes With Each Week's Subscription. .

With each payment made on account of subscrip to the Daily Metropolis? a ticket will be given yon 'bearing a printed i number to correspond with the numberjof weeks paid

for. 'Thus if. you pay for one week you get a ticket numbered 1. counting as one ,vote two weeks, a tike: containing.2 ,votes a three months subscription 13 ,votes ayear':

subscription 52 votes. These you can use in voting for any person you choose and the young nun and young lady having the largest number of votes on the ., -

.; .F'IF ;'P :DAY C:> F' JULY NEXT

Wiu be awarded the scholarships. Tickets ill be three series---April. May and June---and all tickets of the first series must be sent in to be counted on the first day of May;

tickets of the second Aeries must be sent in on the first dayof June; and the final count and awards will take; place on July 1st. When tickets are returned on first of each

month a statement will be published showing the stan lngof each candidate at that date. All tee news delivered at your door for 10 cents a week and a vote in the Contest

:. Free. Call at the business office subscribe and get your tickets or notify one ff our carriers. and he will bung you the paper and tickets. Or drop us a card a messingei will call.

The Daily Miami Metropolis, Miami, Fla.

(1 l

:..:-."- -- -- ,.
... .... A i i e0Int4 pr.- ." -''1. "ukii laflRui,
.. LITTLE NONSENSE. .f! He fall and breaks
I. hih .\11" mI4 fall. Hlft\ti
rt :!e/w
< H.. Admiral D-..y. Ct th. Better r Tnkv nin. i Imimii. VSarrni-a "r.C'.II".I .......** WiHTfif.
+r Wall KMW Milliwiair.
l I' .1" I 1..tI.! '*
: ; 1 Ita:,; in the' trfmt- I..-n IVwtr
; had f'i'II.m..n.l'of.h".r the. obi! ( Fact and l=anes.. J
4l Hartford tree, be ..1' IMIH, in ih. "Vi'i.it' i 1..1. \..ii ... 'ale i Clubbing Rates.
liarlwr off Jenoa. \ tnorr'. allowrd pl..rtun;:" a-le.l .the floorwalker.t.nt << .
'. on board al all tun.-"' rrtpfSimilar '" to ielliii2: a fellow on :'! .
i4''t.< toontla; at uln.h tnm in- c.r utul 1 vtmilil d!.o if I bad a iniliou. ,-
pertinii took "I,,",. UII,- SIM.JI! ; ; ." ;in-',,'n-,l tin- l,Tk.Vi : %rc..vs. A
a cell known .\""" H-AII mush.. ..iuir.. tiut ..r u :" :
stet tiled out with parts or friend ",.-i: ,. 1 .''"! ... excited} that I rod. $ The people of Dade County will all
in Li. yacht and] .. want the news
private -
fifl-i v-< iu.-l HualoT : '1111I-,
|I. iiv ; this
it is
in gr t ink on Jo..lu .s!MI.i.. w a.- |. ..u.l.u. L .li.in't b.r 4 year as to be an interesting one be-
tuft by CI".in| hewer. who ..k..1 nM,1' -,. I 1.1.! In WMik l Iwrk**-IIINrutratitr. cause of the elections
him In leave. 3fr.rtrauil lone' r..III" ditnat' li-. :-.IJ'.
., and GiuUr. t'la"I| ratnl 1.\ >
the ..ooI| firmness of the ollic 'r. IsI I : | National State and County
... .
burst out: "llo\ at..ot.r in i ili jo in till-

**N<>. fir, I Mont ....n. I urn ani; ea-lern fu-_ '" thy a.led l him. *! ;::.......0---' ----- '- -- .= .
w AnifTHTin citizen and hare a perfect 'Hh, -lon't tare which whip," -- =
right on ibis. ye..el. I pay taxes in; Munii-d the n-tcran war corre- I:
Aiiwrioa. ant on my own property F v"! .l.-nt. with a bored 'look.fcr,. The Metropolis
; |part of ibis ship belong: lo mo!' t-' < ".1 l in jinrikih and l'\e traritJ -
Calmly' Dr.*r opened his pens in a drn-ki, an-l one tinni' J Has perfected arrangements whereby it can offer
.- knife, stooped down and split off a about M* in"< ''i ..1tlm OIHT.--! such attractive rates for various "--ro-
pi''f'of the dork! flooring. Ilinilin: Wheeling (Ii ., \ *.) Tclrtraph. there should be no excuse for newspapersthat
5t lo the im-ron American eitizon. people remaining -
rJ. he replied I : POTATO PEEING CONTESTmmm in ignorance as to the happenings of

.c.l' "Thriv'i about what von own and I. i the ye ir.
thi-re't the l.(W r. Now git!r .v. a LJttlr" 'O..T.ts-.tart r TklrlrrB .la r.....d.I. t -- -. -- ----." ----- --_. -- -- --- _.
And. he got.-Lippincott'i Mag..sine. ... ... I M ---- ----
[>rtwpi. > !> |1-r +i i f Ibv .Df
: __ odd CTxuI'iltiun Hint arr l..'W In lass
ooo al 1"'KiDI1III& ut the rear I la IU j 4
H A .1ta It. RATE.'I
potato i-lniK t-oiurxl wltkb vox off
at tt- b r'GraceOh. lu tine e...t end says tinKan. ..*t TheDaily Metropolisand F
I City 8'ar. 4
i { The Ami rtuployi 100 bo,. .. plate One V ear
.. peelers and (.f lUinulate ibelr tmlnMry <
I the Biawiiviiimt off<.... a proc of *!' Daily '/ imes-Union $10.00-:
t and UM uti. of cbamphm" puiam prekr. I ..
., LootVia to the Ud 'who eta pee ':
J twmtj-Helit pmtndi of potatoes !. the jlabartnt Semi-Weekly Times-Union '5.50
.pae> of Ua*. Tbe poUtnetion I
abw be neatly pared. and aUiJe | Weekly [Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
'and blemlahe BUMI be muorrd j jTUa ;
., dear thirty of the amortect bo,. ,11 Union IJ.OO
..- ., t* the employ of the Arm eaten-d the With Atlanta Journal twice
eMtaat the eUxr day. A tau ceaulnI t a week $2.25
George, you are />'u<-hiUlterrr
With Weekly Palm Beach.News
Senator: James P. Taliaferro, a i j.oo

1 i- George Y"; 1 do hand out a A lOARTUVn TEfT --- = -- -- -- -
pretty good line of talk don't I .
Recefceel 22.222 ...rd. M.MJ 1Oth. -- To MT a life. Dr T. G. )"'rrl't. ofJK Old subscribers must pay all back dues before

Startle rmei c4 early 12,771 I...... VIewpeW. 1! - I \\_r, lee here votive raised the teat renmltlac IB a woad rf.l cure. in advance
price of Jour Unaziaa spin t"Tea 'Ha WIt... -a patimt ....' attacked'* must accompany all orders for
Taliaf-rro carried counties of these combinations.
51 out "5 over ct\m'l|t 1"0 me taiga price. Too with vtoleat kemorrhaice ceased byt 1
bined only 962 of a majority or a'L 1 "What' the war tot to do vilhar fooad Electric Bitters ezeeHeat foesseat. I. ADDRESS :
atomark and liver trowbhv ao I j jpTMcrlbed
On Jam ;th he will renomi-utrd as his own suc- I I "War raise price. RUM price of. then The patient aJ..... '.
1 cessor for the Mxont: term as United States Senator. Vot) ',, bread. Raise price of m* t. RaiMI from the firai and baa not bad .. attack Miami ,
for him. I,I price of ban...." ta fourteen _th-." Electric Metropolis.
MXonMnf! should .
Why war
Bitten are po HlTrly tnaraateed for ,
raise the price of banana f DJ....... I aclJp Joa. ComtU ration j H I.I
"War HUM price. Russia man. sad KldB r troll.... Try then. Onlj ,
f Jape man, bay aplenty bejun. Kau
;toe at an dninirta. 'iI:
bagaq, throw ikia.dowit IO! Long



t," d ')i

-- ------- - --
-- -- - --- -- -- -- I l JIW THE CIRCUIT -.....-....... *..% -
GEO. H. MEYERS, UNITED BTATXS TOM" ras SnTH- Work *"""-<|iMrtor.. of a pined af
I butter la to a p.Mta CRN DISTRICT Or FLORIDA. floor aid hit a pmtiMi of aarar.rla .
IB I'". mtur W CMiUnmattna. o< Land pith
.yor crated ""'-Jr. riaaa-
Electrical Contractor i between m.&J'M Sa T and ih. AdaatteFtMMml NW.. or !..- rstrarl ...l 4..M tbraawrllhratm
: ..
; Odin.Tb. VI: *- Wcor".II..1I to-
I, of I'". Val,, StaU.'T t 1Aaeaiea crthrr iat. a .ran..th imtr aid yell
i I net aa. eighth ..r as inrh la th.irko.aa.Sprinkle .

: I 1 1113 I I Avenue C. 'I Jo'". :'r. Horr. Ll.. rated ilia_ rru.bnl l.wf .''|rr _rr Itaad
rut into rotnri rakr. sal with,
S Estimates for Marahal for tb. Smtlwrm Dtatrtrt *f a vrry small gutter lake net t). <.*.. 1
I P'Iot1da: Orsettag: l.-,. Lay sun Lakiaf akrvU sad bake ,
Mate kaowa I. Elaatbaa T. ........ Mary la a quirk a .a .it boat bnnralagabowt 'i
'.- I Electnc Light \Wiring. Bell wiring. I j|I W. Gabon. Fraab 0.-.. Sarab C. Oa- Ira toiaalei. W.aai.... .

1 ...... TMa U Oaborm. D. D. H adrtekaoa. Star. >
I Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. !' Suaaa C. Haadrtduoa. sad Mary W.

,,0....... ExonKrtx. sad Flask Oa- A POSITIVE NECESSITY.
f -- I..... r
Ix_. of tb* teat win sad taataBMat -
FREDK. S. MORSE of E ra A. 0.1.,.. docaaaoi, sad Having to lay' apoa all bod for 14 3 3j j jt
I If !an odMT KTvnna telaraMad la tb. ,....I day trees a acTerely braised lie I .
I.tag described Made; last 1 ftmad relief wk.. I sued a bottle of

'| .......... a BMiUoa was Sled .. tb*' Ballard'a Snow UalaMat. I eaa cbiar

REAL ESTATE'...... mttttod raw prartac tb* aa- fully reeoeuMad It a* the beat mcaVda
d.seaatfo..f certain had (or tbs aMaf for bralMa ever eat to ta. aOteW -'
tb* l-nliwl Ktataa imrltii a* too ... It has BOW bacon a posture aoeeaiity -
OAeea up*tair Cor. A....C tad II tk St. Iowa:: CiHBin. M4n- M a Mist aawtb apoa..at.
Watch this M dojrn. 3 ailnaiM waat M r.t fraaiI IX R. Bless ,.
space. aortavurt eo.... of tb* aortbwoalaoartar ajercbant. DorenrUla.Teua. JSe.IKtl.M.
i Miami. Dade Co.. Florda. ft aortloa 15. ta .......... Maawlb. Bold by Bad Croat Paantaey. ,
mm. 0 aant. ensuing theses aaatbaVcrvw
for change of I --- i M ....... Suet aboat M lest Ia
t. thr bnrv af tile Atluatle Oa. theses TWO BtTTXl mAil OHX- :;
POWERS MEAT MARKET. fotl.wig sate .aor. muliiili for sleet 'J
Ir? rwt. tbrar until to ilar-ai. M ..a.W Her'*a aoiater fur tae Xaraorouorradm :'"
ais (alone a HIM MrmJM !. sad TOIl watt to eats ai.... 1
Florida East Coast Railway Se. sad we kiss BOW to help -. WIse. .
ant al right angtM frM led ..u.- 1Is ,
Choice lines Florida and Western Meats. It
of Pork. irs UinmbiiT af lato tract af bud bang *o JOB pay a Utile..ere 1M
Sausage. Hams. Poultry etc desr4b t. MM f-) i>'Mrtt 9S tee: la tow tki pnne.,_ paper sad gH U*two ....
attar week aa .....,.. Bay. taeiw taw ...t. Tbf pnne of the Daily J
SOS AVESCe IS MIAMI. FUNUOA. aortkrrlr Tint -UBHMt awl CI"-.I, .
Schedules. fnlla..w.JoJ tow water aiarkkboot .
UT. fist thence _lit S 4a kBtlantMi eat o. a ... auaJM ta .F..flW ..
Are You Going to Build ? ">.I distant at H tit anctoa from tb. Min _.... 10*
hare boulders af title tract af toad Oa year.. d 0*
bainr ............. IMt tt) abOTK Kit test We aropnat. to wad 7uU Wit tko.
If so, or if you need building material of an) !. the poAftC .t OOwaUMMMAflMaltai Oaltatttaw Dally aad $u day ""'U._ aamoroua .
taf 4. acres are ar tola to Dad Cowa. Clcu..M the X for:
kind you should not fail to see ty. FTorfc.'a' : MzawBtB ...... ........ .... !( 1r
MrafMfV UMAtt p.CaMMCal sre 11 CMB Oa7.ar. .. 1 i
weed tIMe sad *ara it thiN sad say W*will seed the :.J..*IWshIIJ: .oJ
sad an ....-' totarcatad to ar kato TiokM-UahM aid. Citiat* sd 4h1
a- said ..... II be sad apses? Maia.nn.ia; t
A.McDonald & Co.
ba,*r. tb* Cmnatt CMrt af Ute TMtodut '
** lar Ute VoMbarm DtotrM *f HorIda. Sls aeeltbs I.. ........,....... I M \
at Jaekamvllta.' *a Maadmy. Jaa OIIeftP. ..... ............... It M
elk. 0 t ..... sad that* tills say .bto.. Tko. for M oaata sop tb.a tba
:.. .... Stick U.. dust,they awy aa_ std to sheer..... ted of get two fan an J.
Dealers 18_ Ccs ot,PWS.r,Haair Eta.nlllsse interest tky.and sash af tkai May...* sa for Iftya.ttltie tkaa there* -:$

1'....sad 0...AS e.O...Mtk XTKLWilson's to Ute nwparty karctabfr* d sib.S. slat price.j |!loP MnTBorous yea gel 4
sad eo .... --. If say the caa. way &ale ae.1--k11 +fa-- ... w
-- -- -- -- .... ...... .... "
.. CitiMa
Mt M d..45..51 aewe sad tk* r...... .and frattBeod ..:
eardiac U tow to Ute an* af Ute Valid Growfor. _
ItaIM:.... way such pcanaaffluK a* toprwrMai i yavr akaeriptMw U.. ".aak, i
Nofolty by law tooM act a* had: way la adaae* ways u tkea....... j -1
A Jmy ....... MC M ....... to aWMW Tea Maraoroua,'

.woxucaI tb. Sesdsaatla' MlaaU,JT .
BOW la operation sad ready to r.. tbs vOTdlet af Ute acid Jury' toaae ..- ...
eerre order. of Ute Matato ta seek eve weds
-- sad Dfwrldad: why such stIr aMtbar ,.. .....
- FOR ANYTHING IN >rota.dl...i a. sexy. b* ..*..*.. bylaw
WOOD NOTKLTIIS.: ta aaeh eaai a* lass. b* aeak try II Cooley & Ho ;
A. Robbins. Co. Window". door streak, window anabto Ute CaHad scats t*aralr a par er t4
r J. sad dor franca, stow titan, stair feet and fa* 4mpto tie theta ahold ;
set b* toutWKaaM
work aside of an nt aril butt nhltil -
trlmmlaf ktoda th* Hoanrabto MaMIto is. Fattor. knits '. e I
and Carriage Cnirt! "......... *f Ute B..ara_l One -ij
Sarz.esae R. S. WILSON
af tie l>.lra. Btataa. aid the Baal af list You f :
1tory.J CONTRACTOR AND BUILD L this Court .t tb* CMy af Jarkaanvflla.ta PrOftt1WiU ilea.A = .
.... IMoirirt. MI tbN twftl1Itt1aJ'
remembered after is PUSS Lip irtctncinov .f ATU. A. I4. *,.... IN 'with ."
: Quality long price ptHe of Day treat prop' .v1 .
--- -- (1siJ H. O. LOCKK.Clark.
rtpanaa n< t forgotten SIPUMI walk III the Duchess eeatarof ', ::
Iliad. Deis So feet w My sad "
ORDER FOR prB. CATlON. 400 rees deep. M.I.r a 1M N ,; (.

J Quality Mkes the Bargain.: la ib. CtrroU Court Rr raaUi Jadldal P'-bearI.tor tress a wtasr MIL.....n.. le a .,::.oL,

Orctttt. Dad Couaty. norlda. a'
-,- -t- a.a amiIlr'i. as 4 wilds AmelIa Ray t. Wad H. Rar.dlrorec. .,--
I BOW hart la mr omptor oaa of Ut 328 Tre Stml StIntr lid. ,
J It a.tpearlaf by affldarlt appended to MIAM' FL' : ..- '
't. beet draftamaa ia the South sad a. r the bill la Uw abnr stated eaaaa that : r '..,Jo. ......
-- better prepared than stir for faraiak- R'ede H. Ray. the defendant tkarctaaaaml. I I r I I I I I I ..

lag plaaa sad detail for good bend I* BAa-raldeat of tk* State of t.ti

.-- H.rns HEAVY-Sbo.fag,BLACKSMITH"....A Carriajr*|Wrt. lap I On* eablaot work. its I Fmrida. and Is BOW natdeat of Port.laad. Mite Eagle Barter Spec ;
F. B Haven AUK...* Repairing- aa BOW aaiilijiai t.rs tor tamed Orocoa aad la over the ago cttwaatyaeje 1
r a* Brasiac BBd'aolderlBffSEABOARD work acroQ' sawing sad all work aeally > yeara: It to therefore' ordered "u CUirs. Nt .
All Work Gaara....., Flrrt-CUaj. dose 5 a fret daat plaatacaUn Oat .... _-.. eldat defe dart Best sum ii .dfIt:' l
t. Bead BM roar order* tar door tad lie sad la hereby reawlred. to appear to tk t"ity.A .

Shop 800. A'Venu.e D. window nates. balhMtera. braekata' ta* bin of complaint lied In said tease COLBY. PI'OpI' Ior, ) .

/ tteaad beeoaTlaced. oa or before Itaoaday. the ilk day of acn T..tnbinc..e.

f inns A. D. .-,..otkarwtet the aUafatioa I 4
-- -- -- MIAMI. P1.McNeill .
tL of said bin wffl .. taken. u eoaraaed -
by>> eau dafeadaatIt

t & Co. la further ordered Dot this, orders

.......... one a week tor four eo.- e e' Rates. ;
wvttre weeks iin 6e IDaaI Metrop-

( Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th oils (Daitr) aewapaper pLlIa d ntain. You can save mooiybf sub
Air Line Railway *14 -T sad ..

Street West of Railroad.i i TUa tad day .. Ma..jil M.K. scribing for the pap tu.

f- FOR C Dxa nra. you win t&rowgfa
We have gentle horses broke for ladies to ride and drive. f Clerk Clreatt Court.

..a FHttm TheM

Savannah. Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines, Good ,JComfortable Carriages Daty Oert.
: Raleigh Richmond Washington, Baltimore Robert R. Taylor.aottettor .

Philadelphia. New York. I First class Teams, and for OoaiaialaaaLA etr po lis. _

We. can: give 1
Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White Drivers. I ] you tooDaiyTimesUnioniuui

Seaboard New York Limited. .
.. 111, WIt _
.Seaboard Express Seaboard Mall M,.,....... ..u ; ..................... ...a+e.eeSSNFlorida f* with. faltcrisj pennuwakip Daily Metropo1ilb. +

1 that I writs to lu... coauDonicatioa $10.00 a year, or bodb-

Modern [Pullman I Pastime" TI5 with. jo about the promctiTt coa- for six '
Equipment. months tot -
IDG4 trW*- ditioa of you offtpriof. Form
.- .. remote tim put a secret patio *- s coo.
ralMar4 11_.,.YL....... hi a mttboM .. c.
iTb J > iia < aa< Publlsbint ? hat Erin in bosom internally
V ai iafte.'.jai,an > .*.awttai ip.a7jrpr laa<. ....=. Tin laimiffujc ? mj *
:.g. lttraat 1M aaar_.t.<....>.Yk.n. :<.i.a-arta. ..a tI.JII [.. .. bBftaafor ito piblicattaa .t a ....1..n7 ilis ....* Umllf with bring for qhtar.."
J -! .?....latJ 7.a_..tII60-..t_...rIIP.- u. ,.......... -a ari.e.4.. n-w.ttommmet.W..-_.... It will k* aaM ._,..._..... : The
Sat a .n pee 4.11. E4IM4 fcr a c-T- w _>er.l MM u4 w..... HaH So begins the letter of a lore
I akt.- ..-i _kl.tiM i....do'I'W
T aid.Id l'slush ttrickra Baba. The writer eontinHr -
r s..rt k..4. stir sEIO.r.w
Only line operating. daily through sleepers from I SrKJ.L-Tb.IUOM*Caul.ap..t. oMan lain MklicatlM whb a lsa.III aee: Daffy Metropolis,
I MWc ipth......,NM_fWl_... T. ha IkU tb. talh 1.. nHM4manr
Jacksonville to New OrleMnt. Z .e rM>seats nraU X c.J_ '''.51..with a.__.)......tae .111 W..a.r.d ..MM y ai>.... abandoned and hen 1110. .
-..... ,.., bus ius .sea -.e. cling
ibis 1;...priie.laf.,._eta ad..D.a.a bay a lust sill.b_. Cite by l.| [P II....-CTl.d std _..... U u..*. lovely long tnaaea of year 8cDJlrn.ll1: .

seal, lw.Has1, a beatitel w mach coveted daughter like a SMiiner -
For fall information and lorper rocmtkxu, call un any agent of tb N.ga.tl......:r writi.t rb5 PL.ida.e.aid .Ib.se. ;, 1.1.ri.. -- --- shipwrecked: on the rock of left T23es-4 9n :

Seaboard; or write dui.. WAta.ds. -.t + A* to -/ scholastic caliber, LJTU

A. O.JIeDOHHKLL: hit GtL MM. UL JacwUille, FIa. f Industrial Record IDOMJT.I'i. : college recently and I ta d BOW from_autieatia the Bdifu,," .$5.'O a yea. ,
Hft1k. Fl.
f -Pfn Bf Gazette Weekly Metropolis and Seal i

S. C. BOYLSTON Jr., Pass. Aft.W1Z.TEB ............................tt.. .... .......t'.T'! C:..ld.ft Mtde ... :weekly'Times-Union both

-. --- The Riutiaa police make prae- one year. 200.
I tical ... of the X ray. At Kiev ...- .
CentrallvLocatcoE. centlj a dntnkea prisoner was role -- -
....des a ,I .Ps.1M.t 1Iec"Y act,..... bed of about $300 by cell materThey The PompaDIJ Inn
denied the crime' bat two- ,
I third of the money was fond in .

Dade Qougty Abstract <5o.F A. FOJfSELL PROPRIKTOR i! their clothing and the X ray .,.- fa. HeCotab. Proprietor,
Pioneer .veale the other flOO, which wu in Potapiao FlorU .
gold, innlr stowed away ia their J.
F II..nw
rejpectir ..rion. They had wallowed -

SfWKLL BUILDING MIAMI. FLA. RATES$jjoo TO li.y'PER DA> I it. .AKuut detectives provided I AceomoKidationa tor fenUemev. ,
with the X the ndiom
ray, only. Produce
buyera and
Hotel Comer A'enoc Rand nth street ray and other marvels yet to come lid tors will find that they caa'ao. 2
i the criminal of the future will need
cover more territory ia
.'*!**,mntatnni...* .wed. oa. .AMracM. .b. r .... V ( ai k *AtM> a t..is < alfk. tad K_p! tit*. t a..tr : armor plated a battleship. from any glass
ttl- point on the line.t .

:-", i .. I .
i" I

-: ,. __ i.-"niiiMfji: .,. .- H".L. ,.,.}- .- y.arF. .
I'Sttfu -
",. .. ...... iiicit-- t---iy- A .0<-

.- .---- --' -
BROWARD'S CUNCOUBE. the adjacent lands etc." crate of vegetable and fruits. It U

On Page iW. our SUp..moun eau) now to criticise, but those who
(Continued from first 11:"') Ma)'.- 'It C. contended that the legisI do no forget that la criticisingthey

I lature bad ou power to make the grant are assailing Democratic act.
- --- -
500 Pair Ladies' Oxfords and
Pm'ratle policies and Slippers
the category of Ihuw !lawyer referred | to the StJohns Railway Company under Democratic'pledges t
the nth: section of lu charter, because which enabled the Democrats
to by Mr Browaril In hiM Interview
a previ<..I.. Legislature had vented to redeem' the State from RepublicanminruU I
with reporter At the same ,
your time
I InIsnii* wi granted in the TrusIrm *
I certainly do out agree .lta time* of the Internal Improvement TRUSTEES NOT OMNIPOTENT'

tauten who have advised him that ( Fund. and that they had become I The claim of Mr Broward that" the Just Arrived at Sewell's Shoe Store.

the title to the land Is vested in the bound to the creditor of this fund by ', Legislature has no power or control
the terms of the contract and that over these lands In not only In conflict
Trustees of the Internal Improvement
the 13th section is a diversion of a''with the derision I have "cited and '
Ford exclusively and that the 1 legislature I part of the fund from the purposes of other* I could cite. but Is also In con- "

of the Stair of Florida ban DO the tniKt and Is. therefore Inuixra-i flirt with the .... creating the !Board of ,

more power or authority or control of i lite and void because It Impair the Trustees of the Internal Improvement i

AId laada than any other IM men into ,obligation of said. contract Fund. This act cannot be con- |

State." I cannot a...rn- with him It must lie remembered that the trued otherwise than It was In the I I 200 PAIRS The Balance'

la this because the statement 1* directly charter of the St John Railway Coin decision rendered by our Supreme I

I" coaflu-t: with the decision of | nan) wan granted after tbe act establishing ,, Court In 16 Florida a derision rendered ,
tae United States Supreme Court and the Hoard of Trustee 01 ids In 1ST8. three year before Governor I I

of tbe Supreme Court of Fl rlelL In I Internal Improvement Fund and the ,, Bloxham wa elected. I cannot I -- -- -; I

the cane of the State of Florida v*. point then rained by Mr. Broward, a.1.1I I Ii 'I roo"IIIOI"f'' remarkable Of which are of the Famous I I of this shipment consists

Anderson. .hk-h mill be found In the 'i I to the power of the Legislature and In I lion than that a board of trustees, tbe "Queen Quality" make at : of ladies' dress slippers
flat I'Blted State Supreme Court dectsiona. effectually nettled by the language of'' creature of a legislative enactment Is
$2.50. These goods are for dancing and eve
the court says regarding: lie ,, the Supreme Conrt ou page 547 of the |I superior to its creator, and that the I ng
'', : the essence of perfection in wear made of Pat Kid
power of the tnJat_. that the tnll'1 name decision, a* follow: Internal Improvement art establishedin I ,
arc mere agents of the State, in : "All of the lands rested. In the trusi Florida an Imperium In Imperio. Asa | I shape and styleThe wear 1 fine Dogolan Ribbon Ties,

vested with the legal titles of the land ;i tee were pledged. to the purposes of matter of ft I am of the opinion | ing quality i is unequaled. We I Strap Sandals and Ox

for their Bore convenient admlnlmraUoa the trust except such s. the Legislature that the Legislature of the State of | have them in Turn and Welt fords. Prices ranging

; and th. State remains In e,ery authorized to be applied and Florida has the power to repeal that I Soles, Dongola and Pat. Kid I from $I.7;, to $3.50.
respect the beneficial proprietor, sub- |these exrmiitkm* apply' exclusively. to act Just an It had the power to enact ,
= ; -
Jeet to the guarantees which bare the swamp and overflowed lands It. : i -=
been made to the holder of the rail- the Si I ...
These are the 'lands granted: to SLURS THE LEtiISLATrRE.I :-I I't... I
road bowie secured thereby. The residuary Johns Railway Company under tbe A* 1 stated at the beginning of this aj i ii .u

lolerewt IB tbe funds belong nth: section of its charter, and tbe i letter. I aa not In politics, and I am I'

to tbe State. The fart that the trustees grant is strictly! within the limits. and not aiding I In electing or defeating j
consist of the Governor and other | named in the :ttbnection I
only, of the lands candidates; but I utterly dissent from I 5 E ,
officers and that they are charged i I which reserved. the power to Mr Broward' position, and
with duties of drainage reclaiming the legislature to mate tbe grant It but call attention to the extraordinary I I :

and settlement of the public lanes they vested In the trustees, they did slur he casts upon the Legislature of 4 I C
(duties of a purely. public character) i reserved of I ....
i so subject to this power this State In expressing the opnlOlI ; I I .0
.!owes that they are merely public i i iaceats the Legislature to dispose of them In I that the Legislature of Florida I. not

iaTested with an Important the manner and for the purpose mentioned to be trusted and aim hs reroarval I I. .
ranch. of the State's administration" I in the 11th section of this act proposition that ths Governor Is the I.I I h M

The ream why the Supreme f,,,.r' tll'' LEGISLATl'RE NOT BOUND. j Board of Trustee of the Internal Improvement atv .c-:
'| ...JC
tae United States passed In thl 'n. Suprt'me' that I r
In the same decision. the Fund and be ran con I
ser upon the status of the baud .- i i Court repeats what has been held by trol the votes of the other members. I seo JC-

tees was because It wj objected Ira' 1' all appellant tribunals, that "the power I,. who. under the Internal Improvement I j
the State not tt .. arty. : I II II' .a -...
was proper I of one Legislature Is not limited/ by art are vested. with Identically the I --

and that the lands belncKH"'" i to the II I- the act of an:: antecedent one notes same power that the Governor II... ti I i = -
trustees la far!. practically the sn&erontenuoa I'I such character j j the Governor fill\ vacancies I II .
j the art of tbe Brat\ Is of 1 Is true that ran om
w.a i ad.- as I. now se! u.fcy .-> as to call Into operation a In the board but he cannot -JC q

..:i Mr. Broward, and the point v.as i tlonal limitation upon the roaaUtu-1 I '.... vacancies. I am certainly sorry I JCu
raised that tin Trustees of the Inter- oc
Internal Broward has taken the l- ,
: the second: The that )lr po I .!! '
_. mal Improvement Fund wen II'. icily I meat act is not organic" law. On this lion be haa. because consider. it us I I _,
e V allr it ..--fci.The Su- I
parties % !! point oiii Supreme Court say*. on pane; i iiil. 'tenable. I further consider It a direct I
.r-i... (\- rt of J> ii.- Stal. thus '
: : "The power of the Legislature reserved attack upon the good faith and Integrity -
held that the State was tbe real and in tile SSth section being; an of every one of us who 'Inaugurated !

proper party, and that tbe trustees :', original! power. not parted with. Is not ,; and carried out the policy of Sewell
were merely sweats of the Stats; andinch 1! and could not be limited. by the 5tb i granting' these lands to rai *ds. and John & Bro.
being the ....... I cannot conceive
sectUm so as to prevent any tutus i which has resulted to the enormous
., bow the legislature could bar dlvestd i I Legislature from exercising Its so- j advantage of the State. If Mr. Brow-

_._ -. Itself of the power to legislate eon- called power over the same subjects t ti 'aid Is correct, then I. and every one of ---- .

reralnathese lands. i{ unless rights had become vested arl.- ''thoswho helped to make these land

Interns Ing under contract which brought Into grants, have been guilty of stealing THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE in Miami.
I'operation some constitutional Umltajtlon the lands of the Slate to give to railroad I I

:VI' the creature of legislative eaadlllent.1 upon the e1l..rr01 such powerI "rl'tJratlnft.and It has taken a.1
Z and It is aa axiom of law I by a future Legislature. This I* a t! period of more than twenty yearn to .i
restart caanot be greater than the :'principle well established by all the ipnrlnce the one honest mac who has
In the of Hawkfis r..
. creator. case the theft
,i authorities on the subject had the courage to expoxe
i t Mitchell el al. Trustees of the, Internal i[ HENEKITS FROM LAND GRANTS and pillory the thieve. In try I"to do no rouge thousands ,

Improvement Fund our Stats Supreme When the land mere granted directto WILL BROW ARD DEFY COURTS of] ""r..or. Icto litigation, and Inflict
Court. lu 34 Florida, uses this language World's Fair Rates
the railroad nut a single' rl&ht rej Another proposition which astonIshed nx).. t. people of Florida a greater ,
: "la the matter of guaranteelag i I j maimed vented that could be Impaired. me la this: Mr. Davis save be injury than was inflicted ..; .n then

the payment of Interest on th"l I II The sale tn IHitston bad enabled. the proiiotvs to leave the rtn;.es: u: t elands during- the borr'ble period of Republa
bonds IB the suit before us the 1' Vine,
misrule In thin StainALEX
trustees tn pay every creditor of the to the Legislature and the a
tees tit the Internal Iniprovemect '
,: Ixard. Since then the board has not cowlsMr.. Broward >.*". he In not ST t'L.\IIt-\IIII.\'I:
T e Fund were the agents of the State.
'' created any new debt On the cin- willing to trust the Legislature but The :
acting under a graat of authority from L&N.R.R.
trary. It has accumulated a large fund remains! silent as tn the eourtn Now. < ';:'mm PIUI.'RY CAXDIITE"
with .A
the lealslarure. dealing property ,
i: which U subject to legislative authors If the courts bold that Ih...-. land
of the i State deroted for sperlatpurposes. :,
1 may add that but for the polIcy grant are legal and IfIr: IlniwarIs I; !'o.- in the lint of those who will
: The fart that the internalImprovement
I of granting land 'direct to railroads Governor, will he refuse tn obey the bare t., make the race In the secondprlm..r
,+ fund was Irrevocably
: the board mould never have mandate of the conns' It mint lie remembered ) on June 7tb for th'n county Fir.t-ilj". Excursion Eaten from J.k: "m> illc to >t. Loui ami 1 rc'urn.
vested hi the trustees named for purposes -
designated, does not reliever been able to accumulate any fund. that our courtco5 For- I ..uieMK .. $-t.wt..r l 1.:11I': wg; A pill 2)Ih ; ticket .
; them of the character of State agents | but mould probably have been bopeilessly the law, and If the constrnrtMMi o. uurSupreme -- -- -.-- ------ -iI! ''.:>5 return limit Dei. I5'h. $??.'*" return limit ( tat.. $z7..5 lu debt at this time and I e volt- Court Is In conflict with MrBroward's J \ TAU.\KKKInK
out the of ute ri-tnrii limit b\s..
la purpose
carrying ---- - --- --- 15
t led. in costly litigation.NECESSITY. construction of It. I would JulN S .' ST"t'KTIIN; : .
act. divest the State of Interest I. the >1'.1 Couch Extur.iooo; $ r..un'I Keturn linn'
-- | :<>.p5 trip. to data
FOR LAo GRANTS like to know what he would do If Goveroor ,
of eo.r.
funds and with the action It. It was the trsxteefIB clearly, At the time the policy of granting I would further Ifke. to know .tole iir one INAIOI.KO.N fr.nn sl l 'lc of .ili. TirLett subl only HI Most icith end 11't.
s deallag --- -- ------ -
competent for the legislature ui prescribe lands to railroad was Inaugurated In what more Mr Davis could be required : H. IIROUAKD I C..rri''poiiilnijj: low" ratcN from other |M.int-.

the Units to which the trustees all the decision cited. except toatto than obey the law paused. by It.oN. 1>,\ \ IN.F .

right xo In binding the rand whks; that In 34th Florida, and already been .' the Legislature as ronstraed by the ..i ret... _num'' In 4*.*......**. The L. ft N. Is THE BEST LINEito St Louis.
court i VMe fur OM.)
rendered Nobody questioned the
was vested I. them by the State
specified purposes beneficial to the I' power of the Legislature over the land I had always supposed that when __ FRANC CLARK l I'..r .rlHtlulo, klcepin; tar ... ".iIoiM or further information,

.ubllc.- or Its power to donate these lands to ) the Governor took his oath lOt once J. M tc \I:,." v\ riteto ""i'-

It mast be borne In mind also that 'enable the building of rail,...... In .be swore to obey and enforce the law roc SerMjUT Of Male.Ve -- J. M. FLEMING
the art creating the board reserved ''deed. the net creating the board of of the State. I do sot know that Mr. < e for xw I C. L STONE

to the Legislature authority to,legto.late trustees show clearly what the purpose '- ':I: Davis deserves, any praise for saytn _-2 ]!: K. BKOOM.5. I I n la.-P** Art, 208 W. Ba y8t JaeiMiTUleG.. P. Art. LooJiriU

.. matters ceueemlag the laad, of the legislative authority was- 'that be would do that which It I I. his n. ,'LAY. CRAWTORO"
sad tals also has been decided by the The act Itself provided for State aid ,duty to do. but I am somewhat punted For Prosecuting Attorney.Vow I .
Supreme of tile State at Florida la the to railroad and canal After the Vase to Imagine bow Mr. Browsed would ( foe noe-J i

rase fit ,the Trustees of the Internal decree was paid the State abandoned art If be aboard be elected Governor H. r. ATKINSON. t1101cr

Improvement Fusel va. ft. John Railway Its former plan because It had been, (and the Supreme Court of the State R. TAYLOR SEABOARDAir .

Cumpaay. K Florida' Mr. Browsed aDd was a fa lare. From all part of..following Its previous construction ,

.say that the art of Congress provide the State came a demand for the conj j f lot the Internal Improvement act sad Foe{ Tax CaMsetsr.TeM for sa-). .

x *.that "the land shall be applied I structlon of railroad It was a plain the decision of the Supreme Court of j T. N. OAtTIER Line Railway
exclusively for the purpose of reclaim- that capita could act be attracted to the United States should deride that
R. If" X.LF"IOnN. !
lac said lands.- Oar Supreme Court build flies of railroad Into sparsely the Legislature did have the. power to ;

ha construed what this mean, and settled territory because there would 'dispose of these lands. It would beInteresting Per< cwt.. for Circuit.Ceun.Ve F'OR

ao power bat the United States Supreme be ao return for yean to ..com to the to know what course Mr. IC. C. DKABBORN. -
Investment. The poor credit of the Browsed would la each event !
Court caa auestloa inch coatracUosv I pursue --- Savannah Columbia Camden
J. t PRKOKRICK.PecKherHT Southern, fne.
ta the St. Joaaa railway State prevented a repetition MENACE TO PROSPERITY. Raleigh Richmond ,
i which had oa dlsastrnkr. hi another I Washington, Baltimore
ease cited oa page MS. our Supreme plan proven There reason why regret 'i .vets far SIM.) ,
.('..." say: -It... be borne Ib I and nothing was left .hat to offer la- the raising of this question. Mil- Philadelphia. New York.
dncemeaU to capital la the shape of : of of these lands have been J. i: AURAJIAJOHN
mind that a very small Portion of the:, Hons acres I
mad vested In the 'trustees here do- ;j'I t direct laad grant The plan then pat ,II sold to Individual owner, thousands i FROHOCKTEACHEIW Three Elegant Trains Daily.

sated tor general, Internal improvemeat I(Ita force was laaagurated and carried of families BOW reside upon them sad I Seaboard New York- n Limited'
oat the Democratic party through livelihood from them. If j Seaboard Express
purposes, not exceeding son.eolA by earn their EXAMI.N \TlO.'<. Seaboard Mall
acre; mach the larger porttoa. probably Its leaden. I heartily sustained It Mr. Broward's position be correct.then <,

.. .......-hr. u.t.- of them ATTACKING DEMOCRATIC POLICY not one of these persons has a ; Modern Pullman Equipment.

were donated under the chant of The mileage of railroad la this good title to the land be has purchased The regular June exsuimstkius tot I

swamp and overflowed lands. When State i* three time as greatas It 'la good faith. Primarily the land i';! teachers In Dade county: will begin lathe ,...
I In- : Vmk Limned r a vntlbeirrf If.... .
this vast domain I* considered much. I would .have been had any other policy belongs to tbe- Stale; no statute ell'i school house at Miami. Tuesday .. ) beeiSew. ,..nMetmeeNdowis" .esem .,.,. aa4.a sepse..Aws....". ... .ty ., ........
.._ .
I. dtld l..0.--11 :m srw \.k. via w
If act most of It. lying out of the reach ; been pursued. Aa a member. of the Legislature limitations caa bar a re-entry by tat j'i June 7th. l04 at S o'clock a. BK Fedigogr. ,\: _J.'II......,........,.....JJ ..........true.is.sewsa.thes.pfeatPbd .VsVta p..,.
and beyond the InBuence for the e.veloiment I voted to grant these land tn _fftlp. Rises If the Legislature : Seeley'i new school manage-1 I f fI

I fit the- great and leading 'railroads, and la doing ao think I acted had ao Bore power to dispose of these meet All teachers who desire to take Only line operating daily through sleepers from

works Indicated la the 4th section, It I wisely. I do not propose to stultify land than. any other 100 men U the J I this examination will notify hptor\-I\ Jacksonville to New
would hare been singular If name each myself by assailing a Democratic policy State. every railroad land great U IIlegal tendent Merltt at Buena Orlean

power had sot been reserved., Noat which I advocated and voted for. aDd the State to entitled to recover i Z. T. Merrltt.apt. s
more smc mode of reclaiming I Neither do t think political exigencies every acre of land deeded to the Public UtrnctloB.

them could have beea devised than warrant aa assault upon a policy ,railroad: companies under u.craa" For full information 2..1 l sleeper re rvstkxis call on
that of eoastractlag fine of railroad which ha more then doubled our pop- Will Mr. Browsed If elected Governor r PERIT8 MINISTER TO BRAZIL Seaboard or write any agent of for

and caaala through. them, than raadgrlag > alatloa. and trebled oar taxable val proceed to tara from their homes the -

them aeeeaalhle to settlers raralshinc ... Hundred of thousands of acres thousands who have acquired their U.... ..... May 14.-Dr. Oulllsr- A. OrlMeDONHELL &sit GeL >Pass. 1&l Jic.iOiTill6fIi.!

them traaaportaUoa for their of the land no granted have bean reclaimed 'lands from the railroad companies" ? mo A. Sooaoe of the Supreme .rt. .

prodactloB 'eahaadag the value of sad are producing million of T* be consistent he must do this, and ;u rea appointed Minister to BratO.J I S. C.1BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. A8t.

.. .