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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. I, No. 142. SSZtiS*. MIAMI, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 2H< 1)04.!) H;::tr. Price 5 Cents


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BROWARD'S NEW TOMATO (CRATE; (GASH; MURDER CASE: fins OR FREDERICK YAZOO CITY(; IS NOW! TO-DAY'S




INVENTED BY LANTANA UNDER MARTIAL ,




t RECORD MAN. Investigated by Judge Heyser With.;i j p I,,Which Will Be Clerk for the lent\ ; LAW. ,I SESSION -


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,r Was Somewhat of a Land i Mr. H it Butler the well known I. W W. S. Ashley arj J. W. KsUn held I I Wck Taus City. May-16.-The town Is i|([ Of f East Coast District hie th-

Tkjurrs Show hat the Odoces
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commission man who has been in the under martial law a. a result of the

Granter Himself. field all season with the tomato growers For MaISIa Itf'. Though Stale Muck fa Favor ef Mr. frrJfrtrk's disastrous conflagration esterday. odist Conference.

cam down this morning from
Several have
Has a Meat Case. : negroes been arrested
Lantana where he has been looking i NomiaatkM.I ( who were caught In the act of stealing

after the late crop Mr. Butler says .' xalvage.Tbe .

that the rain of last week put aa end I loss Is estimated at front one

VOTED fOR SEVERAL BILLS to the crop there, about ten cam of Fur the infliction of wuuuds from i I million and a half dollars to two mlli COMMITTEES APPOINTED
i good "fruit being ruined I I Ifhere were 1.411 vole rust for clerk
which one. Dan Cash died a week I i i lion and tbe insurance Is about one
Mr Butler brought down with bins of the circuit court on May l' th. ofwhich half tbe loss. The devastation of the
later. J. W. Ashley and his son. W. S
-.l a patent tomato crate or packer, the i:; Ashley, were late yesterday afternoon E. C. Dearborn the present ;I business district Is complete Twpati ,-

Invention of Harry Lewis, of Lantsna. ,1 I Incumbent, received only 133 The i eight; bloi'ks were licked clean by the
held
on barge of manslaughter
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hiring Extension of Time and State : which he says will be of great Importance by other three candidates Mmu>ri. Fred- fire for Various Branches of the CJmlVivt !
county Judge Heyncr. while J E. Ashley -
to tomato and which he |erck. Smith ."Morrt't r..-.-t'f eo.giber .
growers another son, was discharged.It .. 40 ............. n. tdMt toll l..r |......"/ k .SLii liuctl md f ui
lands Lcial!
to Incorporated Railroad expects .. lll bf in general: Hue next sea b15: votes which Is :"1 more i<*-
I win be remembered that Cash was I i in the,four banks; here was gated The .

Companies-Nwr 1 (Opposed) Any I ..on.The ,i cut In the back with a knife or rome than )Ir. Dearborn received.! It is people are collecting: energy to rebuild : dillon of Church Grdlifi !l-AhIc
new crate I* made of pasteboard | plain that there are only about one-
other harp capon, while as be aJ- ands t sass announced today that work
And Thus His Acts Contradict : that lays flat when not In U_. but; third of the voters of Dade coastal vuhol i' Addresses Made. I Interesflrkj Sft'
) leRed. attempting to keep three m..nfn.m 'on new hnlldlrg will\ be commencedimmediately.
which Is put together for service very went Mr. Pitts to continue to be the ;, ..

Us Arouments. DOW That He Is !I I much like the patent cells used In :, beating a young!: man named Ray- clink of the! court and who are will-I mons Preached and Questions of :
born at Pompano about a month ago. I|
'shipping eggs each tomato being separate inn to vote for his once assistant MrDsarbom .
a Candidate-His Acts Belie His from the other The walls of'I il Cash fame to this city for treatmentand AT POPULATION'S CENTER Vital Importance to the drank

l died a week later. The coroner's ,' '
the crate are perforated for ventilation Out of more than l.S'W qualified vot1 -
Professions. Jury Investigating!: the cause of death Discussed.
and the whole thing: Is very aim-I I 1: era 593 hare said by their votes that I Henry Marr, a farmer who liv''
held the above three named men for a
-4.1.; pie and easily erected' th y_ are filing to accept )Ir. Pitta near Columbus, Bartholomew county i p

The crate U made so as to go Inside further Investigation and the preliminary :I fof another four year, but the other Ind, la the center man of the popula- _

the basket now in use. the main object examination yesterday was the j II have not agreed to the proposl-\ ; tlon of the t'nlted State I The Census s.-t_

. Mr. Broward Is seeking to defeat being to save wrapping of the I| result |''tloli and on June 7th the counting of ; Bureau has found that die exact center I The District Conference of the Methodist ..

Robert W. Davis aa a candidate for fruit as is now necessary la shipping > From the evidence Introduced It appears nth ballots will show that Mr. J. S. i of population at the census of I9l1n' Church met again yesterday afternoon -
j I thaT the State has a very weak I j t at I o'clock and eon timed lasession
Governor oa the specious that ji ; was In latitude I* degrees t minutes e
pretext and which will expedite the packing.Mr. i Prfderick ha been selected! as clerk'' ..

_ if Mr. Davis la elected that be1! will Lewis baa applied for a patent {':cane and unless strengtnenea tile tw.. by a vote of 2UO to Sal majority. The''', and M seconds north, longitude K: de- until ( p. m.

i. .bin over the public lands to the I railroad for his crate and as soon as It is re- |I men will undoubtedly be acquitted pei pie .have fully made up their minds ,, grees. 48 minutes sod'54 seconds west. | Reports of the spiritual condition
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1 I So weak the that JudgeHeyser I lof the church were completed and followed
was testimony !
eorpcratloes. He does not attemptto 'reived. be his several parties who will I' to have a change all around In then i"If a person la desirous of visiting the ...

show that Mr. Davis ever did an interest themselves. with him and form thought of discharging all of court house and iprcially as to clerk |I|, spot a better Idea of Ita location can !I by report oa finance From
them but decided that It would do these reports it appeared that
uawamatej or Improper act in his i i a company for the manufacture of the no I I and aberi. be got by asking most any resident of i i(I the ,
'I harm to bold the two mentioned men i iI preachers were generally receiving .
public life or that be ever betrayed a lam" and have them on general sale 1 Mr. Dearborn la not the choice of Columbus. Almost invariably the answer -
for further If ... their salaries and the benevolent eo&r
trust or ever acted a.,ainm the Interests 'next _"' '''. The saving per crate Is I developments any th,| majority of the voters of this ) to such a question will be: "Five .
;: lections were being raleed. .'
tf uw people. Mr. Davis has I j estimated at five cents which will fir:- I II terialise. I; county. not because of his personal miles southwest of Columbus In Hen j I I New 1.
The evidence of | churches and '
the witnesses examIned parsonage are
J ea IB publis life for some years and ,I ore up a nl e sum tutal during tbe sea- unpopularity but because of the unpoularity >'! Uarr's ban lot. The center was recently being
- : and who claimed to have seen the built and the outlook generally U *aeou -
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baa served eight of these years in Con- i i_ of his man Fltts and It Is I Ifor'this marked by a monument ,

;.-. where be baa Toted on almost j, -- - -- ---- 'difficulty was that W. 8. Ashley was ,reason that the change la to -- --. i: rating.
II 'I. a fight with Raybura and that the A very able address wan mad by
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question of. the day. Mr. Brow- eirads ,
every it la well known by: all who I
LIKE PJ6S IN..PEN father and other M were In the HURLEOLDEATHThirteen I, Rev. E. A. Harrison ott tile topic: r
ard doe not point wt any wrongful j j dlt.4Noae ,fci'ir'.anr twslnesa at the._court>on t .. !
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( ..bUc act of blot,:TTe esnnot'd&so.Yet .\ that Pltt Is the "whole .cheese, and s
of them Cash rat and followed by the
saw tae> appointing -
k. says ta his -map- that If.lr.DaTia si many have nprt *rd It Dearborn Is <
swore positively that be was fiat rut of the following committee by
b erected Corenor he willsomething dft. only the lice hoy" It Is said that i
I there and then, and that be receivedhis the presiding elder:
wrong. I there ha been check ii'
n ver drawn
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Newspaper Correspondents Are Confined wounds elsewhere. i Are- Me. by Steamboat Explosion On Public Worship-Rev K Pa-o.
Let na nee how Mr. Broward stands or a roiH-hfr signed except by )Ir. I;
Deputy Sheriff Smoke stated that C A. Fulwood and J F Challle
I II 1'
and what sort of record be has In the Mukden.JAad Pitts, who It In beli'Ted also draws
at he heard one of the Ashley's say directly : Today.IKJ "Inan.-RPy. H. Hlce. Dr. C. A.Kefhp ,
matter of giving lands to the rail I the lareer |part of he profits of the
after the fight bad been mopped I and W. O. Tllgbam:
roads. Mr. Broward was a member office Mr Pitts could never havehen
that he would cut some one or had Sundae, Schools Kpworih Lea.-u..*k- .,lit.,
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of the Florida Legislature In 1901. I Htc 1hili <>..n name but the
rut some one. be did not rememberwhich E A. .If.rrl..n. O L. Krannlng and
That baa not been so very long ago. wh. mr ass rorked alright w> th.:
several 'r Not AJkmrd I It die Frost k Ykcrty but was poslt're! that Cash fred WflsM Compktelj Hmkrd al \Vm Watson
baa it? At that session bills > for th' la"t four rears he ha! been >
was not cut there. iJMtr*. f'imfereno* Keoird. -.Jrte.r .
caVa before the Legislature touching Her! In fa. t except In name and :\Irlo..r..rn
AkiJeff.> tawse Tbry Would Seed This was the substance. of all the loohtiBr. Drdtng SuddVi Death ,<. J O Baker and J. K Woudrd -
upon the subject of land grants. has practically remained

On* of these bill was: To extend Out Danugtag VMS. testimony and but for the evidence! of -hiri.i l the scenes Now Mr Pitts ieagain and DrstruclkHi.IxMlixiille w
Smoke Judge Heyner said this morning At the night Mrtwi. Her J. Beer,
the Urn limit for the commencement i u lacdldate under the borrowedname
would have of Keyi.el. prea.'bed Kev A. UUoiHlward
that he unhesitatingly
and completion of the Alabama. Man-i i i of IIfo.rhorn and the voters! T:netthey
discharged all three of the defendants nf I'alalka a. *l-tlnc In
.... sad Gulf RalI.Mr. ..,." go: to the polls on the ,th willI
St Petersburg May 28.ViceroyAlexiell aim said that the witnesnes the .erTM.e.The .
Jndge Heyner .
Browsed voted for the bilL See I bear In mind that the name. E C May :y Thirteen \*.r.
has decided not to allow anymore were reliable and that be I.. of Conference coneed this mornIng -
House Journal for 19l 1. page: 484. I IVarliorn w pronounced S O Pitt. sons were killed I three ''vallv inj red .
foreign newspaper correspondents at SlO! 0.01..1.. Rev H Hlcv
i the opinion that a deeper mystery : Bear In mind that all railroads constructed and t iis will; cause manv mho "oulco and fire hurt Hy t't.. exl.l.| . to join the Manchnriaa army for the of Cb than ; the oiening! serviceAnti
surround cutting
la Florida are land grant 'i tI...' the
the present at least. has been told and that It Is probable reading!: the minute. report were
railroad Some of them get only cr-s mark before the. name of J SFrederic toulnial rr ... -*). of lilt erview.lark
Those at Mukden have not been allowed the dead man told the tale he did so beard nu Sunday Schools which wen
UfO mil under the general
acre per k. hers today .
: to c to Lao Yang much lea to very .n"'Mlra.in .
i as to rover up the real cause and placeof
law and others get special grant at
i the front and what permission bad The Wilson wa "h"l ,ro," 'f\ ..r ;feMonvngahela lUv W. 1::. Stanton .if the First

whatever acreage the legislature may ,I been granted will be restricted that the difficulty. FEARLESS JOE POI.K Coal and f' i'.e' ''< ....1 BnptiMt I'lninh Rev ...vltg.. of tbeMvlhodiHt
fix It. Her was a road whose char- J Bond was fixed at $S 0VAO each for
I they remain at Mukden until the end left Pittsburg last 'r-I,," w its several (Church thlll cujr and Rev
teraad land about to exJiffaTbecanM the appearance of the defendants ID.. '
grant were
of this year's campaign on the grounds Spoken of In Connection With Presidential Urge coa4 boats Ir !..' for I.... tietliie E. K. Wbld..o. of Tampa who arrived
the Circuit Court which amount was
they bad not that if they depart they would takeaway Nomination t"- Johnson She""'," < 1"I .ldnljbl thin mornlu? with Ur T. W
the work of construction In time and : promptly given and they released from I
with them Information regardIng : Cleveland. I.. May M: -Tbe Twentyfirst and "as about to tir up when tbe ex- Tomkien. of Port PItt..... were lat,.. -
Mr. Broward voted to extend the custody.
.. Russian equipments guns and ,I District/ mocrstic conventiontoday plo iou orurre.l l The cause U unknown duced.G .

prlvllege. 'transportation facilities which would '! nominated Edmund G. Vail for ,, U Brannlng. deleate| from K..y
RUJY FILES SCHEDI'LE.Assets .
. extend the
Another bill was: To
lbe published> beyond the jurisdiction Congress and Tom Johnson and John i I! The first mate and thief engineer West wag reported. present
tlm for tb* completion of the Talla- :
I lof the Russian military censor and H. Clarke were selected as delegates! mere tbe only persons' on tbe boat The following Missionary Committee

bass.. Southeastern Railway" and to I j I prove of vain to the enemy. Placed at ".lIt.ct; Liabilities i to the National Convention They not Injured and neither can give any wan appointed: Rer. Scott. C. A
Preserve Ita Land Grant. ere
-- $sss3,9.a. were not Instructed.Subeequently reason for the explosion Pulwoml and T. W Tomkles
Mr. roward voted for It. See House i i
: ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE. the .JobAI dem- '
&D Journal for 19m. peg .$1. I New York. May M.-The sche-lules The Injured were taken to the resIdence '!
London May 2t-A dispatch to the ;, :,I locrats held an Independent conventionCongress journed for preaching! Die-rvlees. Rev.
several other bills passed filed by Sully Co. la the 1'nlted of Cot John II. Whalen one
There were f. from Toklo : I'I
j Central News Agency and delegates to St. Louis. J. O. Baker. filling the pulpit and Rev
at that session "extend and pre- States District Court show firm llabJIItles.of j I hundred and fifty yards from the river '
that the military admlalstratioo Johnson In of his
says Mayor course T. w. Torokles assisting In the esrvlce -
aerv1 the grants and privileges ol'commission baa been formed to admt.- &SCKJ3C.: and assets of $i.11(27. *.- !' speech at the convention Aid: until they could be provided for -H the '. 1

on which Mr. Broward did )j''u-ter Of the Indebtedness $1.319.462: Is hwpitals. The house was badly damaged ;
ra/lroada the territory la Manchuria tealSporarUy I I -A few years .,,0.. unknown During the morning session then
-aJtvot* at alt He certalnjy did not j the and 1 unsecured. The schedules mention $jn.OM .- by: the explosion but none of the
occupied by Japanese la Missouri
young man out commence van an Interesting discussion on the ojI
Mil of that kind at i { ol.l.debtf'dnwllkb It U said I Inmates were lBrre
vote acalnat any {i the work of the railroads tnerela. | ed to talk about honesty In public life. question: "How to Internet! the Peopie .Ii!
that _loa. Be* House Journal j should be paid by other parties Th I| The tug!: Fred Wilson was built' "
From fcollectlons.
elected Circuit
He was Attorney. In the Church led by
pages! SI 4. 931. ingL 1322 and 13M. JAPS LAND AT KERR BAY. ': same $50,000. metnloned la tbe as- !' well about eighteen: years ago and rebuilt
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:tha moment millionaires as as Rev S. Scott of Key West I
Is Mr. Broward perfectly sincere In ,. Chefoo. May I.-A letter received I seta aa bills and notes held by UK I the cheapest political grafter. learned last :year. She was valued at I;:S.Mt'. The Conference the adjourned until

his position now or la b* playing pol-i j here from a Japanese correspondent firm. There Is due Sully Co. In open |j'that Joseph W. Folk believed what was l&i feet In length and 3O feet 2 o'clock this afternoon.UECTENANTS .

HJca! We must Judge the tree. *tc. ', -ays that the Japaens landed troop account SCi.S3CIt. bas the schedule j| he aaid Mr. Folk perused the rook- : beam. She was literally blown to

''at Kerr Bay, northeast of Taltemaa state stocks and bonds Bargained n j'ed millionaires as well aa the cheap {'piece*, and the hull sank In eighteen: COURT-MARTIALED

EDUCATED NEGROES. WANTED. I Iaoadaa I I nay on the Llao Tang Peninsula. May the amount of $29.100. and unliquidat I'grafters and landed them In the penl- feet of water.

: l .. j ed claims to the amount of 11.291230 :
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The end to In the
ntiary not yet Washington. :May it.-The War Deportment
la bank the
and IUC7.4JODeposited I
Promoter Confers With Booker j i chase for criminals la Missouri, and Panama. the new republic ha a '' has received from the division -
JAPS CAPTTRED KIXCHOU.I firm baa $445. 4S. and three memberships j .
Waahlastoa.Ttskcge of New |I today this tMriena young Democrat Is ,:coat of arms showing a comprehensive of the Philippine two eases of
London May .-A dispatch from la the cotton exchange '
la* gads nominated as candidate for court-martial In which the officers
dealgn. It consists of a shield sec
'Toklo say that Ute Japanese have at- I York valued at 35175. '
!Governor I tried I are sentenced to be dismissed
*. Ala. May 2t.-Llgb ,{Itwked and captured KtoeboB. ttlrtyItwo ., gaily personally baa aa Indebtednessof mounted by aa eagle. In whose beaku

.Hat the Soudaa promoter, with a ]'! mIls north of Port Arthur. $344.039: and aaaeta of $2-0;..4t.1 i There are political rjri iWashington. the ribbon upon which Is written from the service. First Lieut. H. L i

Including Director sn.ee'ared.Individual Wa know that to our Harris Twenty-second infantry wai
special party of friends I II Of the former $2S4.752Ja

. of the mat,, 0org K- Roberto'' REPORTED BOMBARDMENT. wets'co ilalat of real : sorrow. Perhaps Mr. Folk could find the motto of the State. 'Pa; Ubertad. i tried for drunkenness and disorderly j

1 labor for his talent M the President Calon, Progreao"Peac talon Liberty. conduct whO oa d ty. He.... appointed
a4 Mrs. Roberts,.an hen ta a prlTWrYwtr. St. Petersburg May 2*.-Viceroy tat, $2MJM: cash $3.4: DOtM I
. through the oa I I $1,47542*: of the railed St.atea. aiming his giant Progress Below, oa tile upper a cadet I* Ue military academy 1
ta remain jttexJeC telegraphs that a report Is $I. 00: da oa account. I .
aiiiamiiisil aaaaoa of the ''h gee 1 current that Port Arthur was bombarded boada and stocks $31Utt: propertyta like blow at the rottenness at Wash part of tie shield aide by side ar* tbe from Sew Jersey, la 18J4. 8.>-

toadtat and to confer with BookerT. j Tuesday by the Japanese, bat reversion Inu4 15." which ington. I am not attempting!: to fortedrat Implements of war and of peaceful occupation ODd Ueat. Samuel .H. Fisher. Twenty-

I action 01 the coming National Below thl the- tried for dnpllcm- "
with new tt sees'- ta the oocnpylag eighth Infantry was ;
claims exempt
Waaatactoa. a J that be baa received BO oflenU COBitrmatlon b*
I bat teatime Joseph Folk central to land and water view of his account H. was
educated of other member of Convention place a loa pay appointed
teff aaaiber of aacrota la1]. of the report. ,. la the case tile ,
atl iDoagrlcmKmr* sad the awcaaataal I I the Inn Ute aaatti far exceed' the HabtlitiM. > should b* kept U mind. the site of the canal: the fruit of Ue from the army which he entered

rataiac harvest sad a raaalac train oa a track as an enlisted man In ISM. He
art for the cottoa <
rent being carried< oa ta the nt1-1 VOTE ON JTNE Tth FOR 2. L I I Reciprocity U the art of exchanging fin ap the point of the abJeM. Flat U a native of Virginia and was commissioned -

.y. Mr. Hat who baa a lam FREDERICK FOR CLERK OF TH* Any school gM know that a kin la something you doss want for aom- drape It oa either aide and stars surmount from that !Mate In Tebmarr -

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&DEUL DIEXCTOET I Abernathy, J. C lODe. H. Y POLITICAL CHAT. I
WOOING THE VOTE. I FOR THE UTTLE ONES.A I WOODWORK WORTH
rATE obVICEZLl.eeeewaeW. Libby R I.ummuL J. E- : *- $100.000
> o H r. LaSalle lL.. \\> understand
Atk'IO'D: that Mr. Frank "
J...|.C*. I I "'ht'n I was in politic out inLows. Mystifying Trick That a Clever .., Many yean ago; the oak fitting ""
Ximt.ry ., .C.Crm lor<. Brown W. )1. lAmer. c. D. Clark claims that he Bald nothing In ." said Secretary... "1 lu.l Can Perform.After < cf Winchester college, England.
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27e..wt-w rwnptratlrr-'. Y. .a.-C..CIraitM Bush F C McDonald. J. A. his Mason speech that r,fl 'rtrd npm. I some difficult*,' in d.l ..-i.luig on .> you hair prsMtu-eil thwtrie i I! were cold for I less> than $).000 to S
.__ -J. 8. nlthW..IJ. j BurdlDe. W. KaTDani. W. i.. our personal 1 charartrr .
..+..wsra ., ........ l..v.cUo.-W. I If such a I county lid,. .. 1 met a S..-.le h.> !L unlit you can perform il t-J--il I I I I clergyman in Cornwall. There were
rsWs. II BTIDctoa. E. T. If'rrltt. Z. T. I the raae-ana we have no ricbt to 4..-
I : \<- a lug farmer ill inv di-1 ri. t and and
.rt.r Aariewinue-s... IIrL. G. ,too will he aide to !surpri-e the boys ., .paneling, feat, chimney piece
:y.1.a4.e. BradT.Eo L. Muller. pute him-not being prramt. .r frvrlyrrrall Ulkiil to him shout the t-andidnto
.1-.1 Y. H. ewe.wwrd i I'I i other work all richly carved by thefacetiously
exhibit
and before whom
,, lf SMslPtWTVr .,. H. ( girl you
N ro B. M. ) '
ley en.
GorrrtMr. tMi=> r. Tr.surer. Bailey. every "bad" thine we have said 1>Uf; I a!>k.il. '. huua do vouj named GrinlingGiboooa.i .

.tMnwjrbraml Sfcd C-.,-ln.rf d AfftrrKEM Budge IL C. Mone. Fred 8.I i and wish we 'had said more to think .e should nominate for counlt I il : |i i;I London Truth says. that this collection -

oaI_:...Y. ., U..rIM-T1wo Goftn. seer. I Broesler O. D. )(oore. T. V. take back. We aware him and the I Iimblic \. judge; ; lI..rro. a large; )handkerchief. ,|i of prieeless caning ha now
., .- .. ....r sea Burdlne J. IL McDoDalcl. \\". H. Pa- it around for to
.-7. .e, .Oeat.1 ,,. ... t11uS. that It Is not our pleasure to M'I tank Ole III..n lien good I e'l'fone et- been sold for $100,000 to a Mr.

lard w r=_. 1..Ue.U-TM Trwwrer..uot.e14....eerwor.s.e..4ary Sber. Backus. r. W. McKinnon O. A.Bleekmu. engage: : la penonallties.-Cltiwn-R-1! man.' If'I.I.n.1 j, allli'lt" ..> n to assure themselves" Cooper who lam rear purchased <

.4 tw..a.l..w.4. Aenewlt..r ... auperttu.rdes E. V. Nelson. EdwinChaIIle. IMITUT. ** '.\ for di-tri. attonw\.1'* that it if all ri'-lit.; Hurnley Park the anrettral! eat of

L..d.1 S .Psr4.-Tbe...1Ie I.ar..esw-.10........ n.entar W. H. Peck. R. J.Cohen. . *'Yon Yon.uu.' I Wi.-" it is returned to you, you the Heathcote) where it will find an

e. ........,_-.1 ..ed (;. waa..uor L Prout. W. W.Cheatham. We all know where Bob Darin stands': 'And fur rouult treasurer:"* will Bite it one grand flourish after I' appropriate home. About the same
... ..
..'.....l.-L'_ L a.... J. H. Patterson, 8. L.r He stands today where be ha stood 1 'XeiU I'eterW.: another and each time you do M I'I time that the college oak wa old

K coi'arrrwies Conrad J. A. Parrlah. Allan R. I from the day (when be Bnrt set foot on 1 *".\n.1 l for .ht'rllf1"' you will |>rodue from it a longfeather. : i the dean and chapter disposed. ofBelle

r Cro.ud. J. G. Rbodea. R. W. Florida soil. ,IHis. role* has ever len '1 tank Jarnei nuih.' I of the cathedral. fitting, including .
.... 1..1.1....... .
t. / T., : "
P. B.Inter. AiiirlsirJMnc ClM'k. P. c. ROM. C. J raised In brhMf) of organized Dravir- 'But. Olaf.: I protfotcd.] Von the famous oak throne

G..eraealw M. H.Mabry Aessbate I. *jMttr*the-4 line .-.,. Drake, Gaston RelII,., J. SDouglas. j' rary and the best InterenU of the hate named a Sued lc fur rtcn other That i.' the tritk. I'' erected by Bishop Trelawney. Thisalmost
say Now how do it? ... ...
E. B. Rush Dr. ". BDorn to .
bo..wt'U.
I \\ In' Swede for
not also
: i".w plain people from whom he sprang position. a I priceless! treasure u ..upi -
1
J. K. RUlllpla, Edw.Erwin. Tallahas.san. sheriff:?' Tin way: Borrow from jour posed to be somewhere in CornwalL
i
k. agKATOBA. W. W. Rul- C. H. I . Oh. we must do mcdmg to mother four plume from! her box

as Jum r. Tal......,..Jeetawnik.La. Enloe: Dr. O. Rallll*. Geo.. The eecond. and last primary will.) catch the Yankee *,0''.' "-ITiiladelI of inillmert odds and end-. I 1.- Meiesepley.
.. steps.S t. Nadwy....-. FrlaMD. O.'0. 8&tronl. L. B. I 1'o.t. Tale oil Tile old Indian still
soon be over now; and. whatever theresult : phia your coat hold two style are pio-

C-a.cu.xuam.HMt. j Flanagan. R. 8. Se.eD. J:. G.Frederick. may be we trust that the people 'i feathers in touch hand the stems of I turesque in the ue of langua* An

.Kul 5111114
.a**, w. DBM, PmlMU I. S. Slilmet' c. ,.. Andre White former .",bu- the feather pressed clo meat question to a vote in the Osage
-e-.4 Dl S is-H... a.AILB" L: .,.,...S they hare never before gone 1 la the |sort e to
0erI&ck. A. P. SIIIIth. Julius determination to make the most of I odor to German: writing in the your arm Then put your coat onarain Nation recently. This action aroused

& U COM MfcMUUlTtta.c. Glrtmaa J&IIIft Stos.maa F. B. their reaoureea.Whoerer Century, repeats the story in the being careful that the sleeves I suspicion and violated the tradition

GoItpia. C o. R Sulser A. E. word of Professor inei! : "One day corer the feather, Mem and aJL that an Indian statesman should
...... WCUIraaa.. be the next Governor
.
L H.t....... Ltal.Key au.ef. Outler T. N. Sbaa aL H.Gram. may I met Bismari-k. and sated him All tin in done, of course, before I, never do anything in a hu"". One

J.)... ...... J_. S. Se.en. JohaGartbsid. of Florida-whatever day be the policy about his health. lie answered: 'It hand.! ., of the chiefs. Big Heart by name.

r t-. Msdus aM .se.Clem.. et'*' Posed a I .. C. H. Seymour R. H. of the 8t&te-1Joe point at least is wretched. I tan neither eat nor Now, when the bamlkrn-liief ba .1 I was anxious for a vote, but feared,

'" Ol'&llll1a. J. C. 8awteDo. I. P. should never be lost sight of-one Issue sleep.' 1 answered : 'Let me send been pu'Msl around your atKlivmtand to force it, and advised adjournment

c. Loo.JlJN(01llIL 0&D&tt. r. Sbaw H. B.Cast. should, at feast be followed out too something that will help you.I ...lurno..1| to you all you hare to' till the following day. Red .

.... B. aciOf M.aLa1ATUt .,, R. B. T&1\or. R. B.Grlmaa. to Its legitimate eoaclusions. lure just received a lot of Hermitage do i* In e..,irish the hamlLerrhief. Eagle, principal chief, with ring inhi

r. Bra DUTUcr.K L K. Tarup. J. LGirtau. The seat State administration and will send you a dozen skillfully first over the left en IT,I ear and his blanket draped majeiticalljr .

.bt..t.g *nm4 s4 PW CmaOesJ W. H. TataII, B. B. should la our judgment make some bottle If you take a couple of while with the right hand \ou quick- about him said. "Wa -

I ark L X........ ratalmtoai hock. B&1eI. J. H. Tatam, J. B. adequate prortokm for setting forth glasses each day with your dinner it I ly'draw out the feathers, one at should not do things like a man .

HILL L. LHtnter. the claims of Florida upon the attention will be the best possible tonic and time, from the left sleeve l ; then over who drop a live coal ia the water

:8&.D. OOVJlT1' 1grttZKTATIVLw J. G. Watson. c. H. of the world: and no time shook will do you great good.' Some time the right cuff/ with a similar sleight and bring everything to an cad at

W. KI 6 rsUsM.4 Hill Wintao WIKIrt a. F. H. I be lost la. taklac whatever steps maybe afterward** continued Gneitt, "1 of hand performance with your left once."-Kansas City Journal

;. DAD cocjrrr OfrCKtl.ca.al7 Hetheriactoo r.Waita. K.: L. neeeaaary to tara the tide of Immigration met him again and asked how the hand.If .

J.d.-AS.. L Reyes.-- H ysr, A. K. Wall T. A. this way. wine agreed witb him. 'Oh.' said done well the trick cannot be Tk Oldest tsWitawts.

i y Au rs.y-J T.lllaaI. It to to load these Bismarck not at all. It made detected J The oldest living inhabitant .f
audience.A
me .
Is. Oout'" --....N DooHL > Hall W. W. Whaler H. T. uaaseesaary up : by your
C.p.f..Qew.w1t C1------.. Haka. P. W. WorIe,., O. A.Hafhea. pagea with statistics snowing the tremeadoos worse than erer.' 'Whr,' said 1, the earth are believed to be a taav

... eatetg-Jobs r.L'0....- W. D. Wll-. J. L Influx of population from 'bow did you take it !"* 'Just a* you I MINIS ;:..... ily of turtle which hare recentlybeen
(WIst.r.f exhibited in London. Theyoungest
...-..- Boner J. W. Woodwortk. J. P. i Europ la the last decade. Aad It la told me, replied BUmaryk ; 'a couple The young page in the United
s ..Tw-_ Said\.lllaaL I i i. a trifle over 2,000
--s,_ c. .. L.1lnit..., MbusiIsslnr Jones, 1C E. Wllaoa, R. 8. equally aupernuona to point out that. of..bottles each day with my din- State senate, it u said like nothing i the yearsold.
their turtle
-Ara.t7-. ..Berth..-n-.Moos vor 01-. Kolb. A. J. Zlauale, C L.: wherever else. these Immigrant hare ner. better than to set op a miniature appear Despite to be in excellent age health re-y'

s.d W c..1ad I aen-0... w. hare not to Florida after
1 gone they come I senate just an adjournment or
t.r.sstCa.ewtiW.m. ra11. herb: P.C.ArMr. Risk C.t.epi5.r. taming all their faculties an4gi-
A
SURE THING.
s I., .r t. L McD..aL ,shoed.Jr at any rate. I when the senators are late in ._m-
aew.II. HIH; L A. Butcher. Cuss..wee The nests of a caterpillar of undetermined ing every promise of living for manyrear
One of the older
: LC.DsuWrs C1ek sad &MIW eMs W* know, of course, that la some in single bling. boys teat to come. The turtles were
........... It la laid that notUaa la mm except there still cantata species living a himself in the chair of the presiding -|I found
quarter are a prejudice forest in offer in the Galapagos islands
Madagascar a
s utcuif ooorr or UTESTB 1t"D'CUL death sad taoea. but that la act altogether possible officer, while the other take
against newcomers, and more new source of fine ilk. M. I Several of the largest weigh aa
". cuctnT.CIIJICH true. Dr. Klac'a New Discovery the keats of the members, and a inrprioingly .
I ,......... DMe'N after ee.ali..JS especially agn'n't "foreigners. But Thery of the Madagascar forestry I much a* 500 pounds. They' were
t w5Jsd.-KI.eI." ''' TbmUe. for Consamptloa to a sore cure (W thia feeling, like the prejudice agaast department state that these i. clever burlesque on the found far up on the side of a enter
f ,. II.. .... all Snag tad throat troubha. Thousands senatorial doing* followi. One
O..rtL C. .it.rsMIrL: ; "fancy fanaq'.eI.sew faagled which are attached to trees, Dt'8t1'1 on Albemarle, the largest of the i.-
A11 T..d Cirst Gust)-weeps..71,11.sdaru.e eaa testify to that. Mr*. C. B. &&I"k'wlhlraIlIIpIU.. belongs to dazzling whiteness and morning during an especially noisysession land
are
.. Pwrtb M.sd.yr Mw. of this mock ai f
ftn& ....., sew I.cn) Van Metre at Sh 1Ierdto... W. Va. sixteen inches of congress
..' apnea Tsra M the dark ages, rather tMs to the 20U long, consisting
BedytafptU. says "i had a seven case of Branchltl bright, eyed .page, who was then po&- D.t.et's Pill Ha -.
e silk-lustrous flexible and
'. .* DADK COUNTY OOCJ&T. and for a year tried everything I heard tury.These tenacious much, very that very of J ing ai Sh< gentleman from If the annual pill harvest of Detroit -
resembling from
1M.-haw L P1.yr..IIJa.L bat relief. prejudice win all disappear tan," pulled a l fire dollar bill I was strung on thread like
of. tot ao ODe bottle of Dr.
===. .. the silkuorm. From 100 i
.. commou
.. .. T.I. la time need be j
t .Je.w Twa-nn& ......, r Js.ry..T..erllnl fCui* New Discovery the cured nr* I nor they seriously to ISO caterpillar live in a single! I his pocket mounted a chair and Christmas popcorn the rope of pula
Mwday.. UItL reckoned with now. The world morse it would
; Mew. Tore-nest M r eIJ.ff abnlately.-* lafsJllbU for Croup Best, going "Jl nt nigl.lor food. I waving Yl'lIed.wrbe gentlemanfrom reach twice around the earth, ..

ill {.. PsM Tunrtra ...... .. Whooping Cough Grip Pacnutoaia and those who do not more with It The ; prolific! ArLanra wishes to introduce with enough over to tie in a bow-
.VS.LAID ornca.OU1lunu.a. must be moved to one mcle.I caterpi lr. arery I thiii bill No sooner had he made knot. If this string of pill was
,
tad CoosamptloD. Try It. Its guaranteed and it i ia ; .\\'I': thai tiny ran be
L..CHNb. -. I Leon couaty to today perfectly cap., pro this speech than the boys, made i cot in pieces each of the ;,000,000
w.8.t.M..a....-. by all elna t-U. Trial bottle successfully introduced into other'forests.
ble of supporting a large and prosperous will I break for biro vaulting over women and girl ut America could
: DIMCTOaT free. Regular alias Me. and fl.OaX I Experiment are being
population. We hare thousands I denk. in their mad pursuit after hare a different necklace of pill
,a' ._.Cue..' &_C sad Its .tr.M- mad to determine the value of the +
..... .. aar..II..ac"tr CONFEDERATE REUNION RATES. npna thousands of acres of valuable silk. "the gentleman from ArkanMarwho for every day in with an

._ ._--_...a 0....... sNY tells,.,..,:..8afICIa&-..T.aM...r. farming lands that are practically I ly- I I had made hi* escape out of the extra long one ttlynr. Sunday.

.'r w....... .4cM'il t.c..LTa.T... .l aa'._.. 'MIT-i". Headquarters Florida DTls1or, tufted log idle. Ia many Instance these $wet ....&. innate chamberand wa speeding Detroit produce pilla

:teas Confederate Veterans Tallahassee i g lands are worse than Idle, since they "J The children of Parts have a new j down the corridor. each year. *_
lw.e.r tee.&L. --. vntt ...- t'
wa_aka a5 s.Bhw7.e ...u.. w..._ Fla. May 14, 1904.Supplement to I tare being butchered and mined by a toy in a clockwork phonograph costing !,I I
Wasted C..I .
terry.With
...y K 7.t. p. ., e.day aeb.s 1 Wa. ; f clans of shiftless colored who j only :.i cents. This remark The ....r1.
planter
t i
riebt.f M U a.: a..1t Meese M p General Orders No. 41: -Oeatlemeo- I I | the methods in
*tl ,. p .bl.g.t 1 d1..a..J- flay _ra.tee._- The time la rapidly, approachtrc m I expect& little and get lee* able instrument which La Nature Of course every one know that :' even-troth of the force now in coal use uI

Z the of the Confederate { No country L It.- c.-r' ATM. C SfeJIltkJl meeting Vete "|I I wasted A few the waste
year ago
seed-Iew..klr. N II.eM.t a 8,: _.. rans' RrantoB, which at ( with such agricultural methods BS !' rounding box a trumpet and a nee- I but e\eryli, dont not know that!!!:
convene nine-tenths. Mr. Edison de-
.. .. t'lT'i'-'t"-"*''" si t*> a Wdd
p. I I die which follows the record the .which i i. eaten hat notb
those practiced. la Leon county by upon oyster -l 1 I
Nashville TeeD, Jane 14-1C. The railroads
!aiwlb L_ SIB p. 8.; liaise RpwsrttL..3 dare that a bucketful of coal
: i that large class of negro farmers who i I I the disk. I ing to do with proilucing it. I
:;Ii- ::1I1-a have made a low rate of one I should drive an train from
I expre
I t I Most marvelous of all i i. the disk The takes down.)
L."' 1Ie ....r.. .. i cent per mile travel fur us, and It lal bare come dowa to us from the past. operation place New York to Philadelphia and a few
I i itself for the voice record ia made down down in the farthermost
.7* Tsisrrv c..... P. t.AresM B sa4 letkao. hoped that as many" as posMN" win but who should never be permitted toj, |I i tons be tnfficient for the largest
II o'r : in chocolate. It i il said of the So far
*-BefstBiw. | kiwHij.it overshadow future their Indolence to give a depth !'" all we understand
our by
whose bunker
sti ttend. ArraaiteiBmt hare been made wean steamship
*: : :: I fine reproduction of the voice and i! the form the,
Hn why oyster
wit
: r .
:u and their Incapacity.Give j j i must hold thousands. The
ada : d'.dsy for special coaches from Jarkaoarll now
Ij' .. __ FIn& 101.d
,
and and the and all it ia in thin A substance !
tune pearl
record : tiny -
......... way .. ..
A '-'! e ills -4 Perth at Gear to the Veterans and their friends : whit planters and O.r'enir; w t!*'. a ton "f coal "- s
wOt....t.l .... .. L r........ ..... carry u* more can be eaten after it ha. been played. like: MIIH! j..-ts into its ..h 'll. .
with them to Nwhrllle. Thene coaches 1 more of the modem up-to-date farming I Tlie ery tLr.>. luiuuier. or ab>>ul iOO too
P ...v was lathRwd.MAns..A- oyster rrni the intrusion

.r ad e.rbr..ty e.eer....,it..A..wSs.etuSaj 5,7". at.II.eloek. are to be for their exeluslre use. and ,. methods. And, If w. cannot get 1 Lerd Reseberjr'c $sp.r.titi.a.; : stout i..vk. to tiitcr it. It is thupr ad.

DL W.w.rasa, rotor.e.c.rtaw will leave JartcnoDrille Sunday night those farmers whom we would prefer.let Lord Rosebenr 1 I. superstitious. I j .n-c winch: form tin l>rarl. Tlu' Hijitf. '.......IiIJ'; .

Bns...Unorrv. mrrt .} Mrv June 12, at fOS p. m, via the Dixie us follow the part of wisdom and j recollect one Sunday afternoon !tirirl\. jniixof the iM. 'trr i i. poured Mr*. y.... Ken-i-Uier <'Tu."fftella
.. P.o..r's'........ lve. ... B,, ""'trr t '
StAy..ie ee.et"" ..... Flyer Route. Bay your ticket that get them where we can.-Tallahamee- ualking in hid ground at the Lhir- o\i-r tli.* r.r'It" *ulxMiH-r. and MI a story of a Washington" hostess whe.nvit

| KIAia BOARD Or TRAD7E.nisfllir war, Del rome to Jadnoarille HT posIble. .1 ... dans. He found a dead hedgehog pearls at.made fur '|Sheens and .,! an ..:l:1Che: vi one of the foreign *

I See that your ticket read a. . on the path by the Epsom course. priiH-voseo'aml
WHlhuB. >M. .,.... follows: Atlantic Cast Line to rue John Sayerm. one of the photographers Lord Bosebery halted. **1 wonder wear.Jo"t. imiuiK'U was formally accepted.

rtrst The Pr.. '-'"'1. 'T. T. Moors.SMB4 toe. G.org1a) Southera A Florida to who hare been taking views what that mean?. Had I seen il of this I,"'ire- of diving; lint on! tli- iaini5z of th! appointed

Tle-prsM msctutaBTreaaursr. 1. K.. L .._ Macon, Central of Georgia to Atlanta around town the past week or so, but Sunday-4 he Sunday before for [-Ctrl' too tarrie*) in oj: llie c,Mtf day a !' .:. .'nttn, l>v the oreignyr,

'P Sscrstarr.. E.B. T.B. 'Tatwa. tad the Nuh11 e. Chattaaooca A St. wa chased out. of town'lax! sight bya the Derby [which be bad won)-in IV. :.'11. T' vet.! was receued, which. rend

..... *f 0..ert>or W. M- Brown Louts Railway to Nashrllle (the Bat. squad of Indignant men and boy place of the day after I should hare "'I Ir. Blank rvcreta very much

T T. Meat. 1. T. LWSMHI*. A. E. Her- leneld Route). This we find to be armed with rotten egg, and waned been in a state f You know, one ran A "e4oet R.1.t th"t) h.. will; 'tot low;.; _*, to 'I Iw present -

_. 1. B. RaOly. T. W. BahB. W. W. aero ui path at Eton just before
,
he shortest and moat direct route. The not to return o* pam of bodily Injury. ) at \Ino.! S.ift" dinner tonight
....:. .hila tauttrralr01N0 of all will please report I nn my first race. Isn't it Le do..d." ihilad
i ooscstrrrXEB. adjutants camp i His offense was that of attempting U. ** a* u lphUri

LAWS-ABB. W. R ; Patterson. st: as promptly a* possible the D&IIIf'tII I entice some of our young boys for Immoral -i itrange! -Windsor Magazine. : l.edgf'r.

........ Jassse 'T.: BersMmr.. R. H.: of all Veteraa and their friends who purposes one of the most
| C*..**dsrats Lieutenant Generals. iH ...ertaJitJ"In .
Worter. O. A. win attend the ....Dloe. so that ample
loathsome offenses In the annals of
General I). Let of Mi.
F. -
8aUJOaIL M.: AKbaa. Stephen England I: maD Catholic
accommodations be provided for I
W.: Baas r. W.; Re. C. J-; Frederick can I rrlIllIDoIoc1.K'.IIf'TGII.' I kis! ippi, the first on the liM. in the t II priests die at the rate of 18 per
You will
J R. their transportation. please xette.Great. I Confederate of the
ranking general ;000 Protestant clergymen -
HEALTH' AND .ANITARYJaekMMi..X. post this circular la a eonipirnon : . I I United Confederate Veteran I per year;
11 1,000 domestic servant
per ;
J Jrs PrwK. W. W.: Enloo. lfl-
......: rLrIt.. S.: KlBC. H. M- place. I'I rbangea are not wrought by General S. B. Buckner of Louisville .*, 8 per 1,000; lawyers, U per

it EBB AND BARB ''R.I-Gttr'.d. By ord*r of the IUJIII'-ptIf'I'Dl. W.D. sinister ..... They are wrought by I I I Ky., also is still living and i iI i'I 1,000; cabmen, IS .per 1,000; soldiers

aaa H4 ........ Ed..ail C.; Tatv1ll. Ballaatlne. commanding Florida attractive... Tet. for all this attractiveness next in rank to General u,.. die off at the nt. of S per

g BBBiatMUI M. Dtrtaioa. Called Confederate Veterans we recall no President I I General A. P. Stewart who come 1.000 under normal condition, -

SA1i1.OAD. AND rRl'tOHTSL.a For further Information relative to I third, now lire at Ihk-kamaup. while the battlefield takes from
) C. D.i LII__ whose sets have ao shocked our view | on ,
t'* T. B. Lunsr. I railroad ratoa. etc. write to E. J. Walker General I "10. Mr. Zimmermann! Standstill
Joseph Wheeler veteranof record of the
.; Brwta. Wm. W. MhDer1A 1. A.CBARtTIESByUgtM. of right sad wrong. From the day of i I a past twenty yean,
9. 'T.: Cheate .1 Florid Paaaeucer agent of the his advent to the White House to this. I two war and a native of Ala ,,: a minute, please won't TOO, and death is only at the rate of 13 per'

..BV Sot D* .t*>*. K. B.I 0...... 'T. Nashville. Chattanooga A St. Loins good hour the President has scarcely I bama, complete the lit.-AugustsHerald. let u. have a ll'eter-8t. Nicholas I 1,000 per year.If .

.I TIsMBlsa C. L.AOIUCULTUaZ.BIa8.. RalI_,. JacksourllK Fla. i'
i I
.. KT.: raised a hand, has hardly uttered a iI
Fred U Robertao I My T*. Fri.arls. : cef as"" l \.
_ara.*. r. t.: Tatuss. i. H.: Ortftna. A. word, which did Sot asset oar serious i iI -..... ....... ......... I hate two SSghb.rS wile have dwelt > Peter blacksmith
dntaat-GoBeral and Chief or Staff.11CRDIXE. I s, r. Thill our genial -
N t Dsru. I. K. disapproval. We have sees la him ,i I In ash large city in Germany t V.. ,...... aM yeses rlgbt ode .F ....; smile
IInLDI1fOaJ W.: .. now wear a a* looajj
There' .. _
PUBLIC Tfry mil sae
Psyti H. C: Rsmy. J. a: ....... not the fortunate political special delivery card or stamp, eol- Itut Plat UM "' _. .-.. Has *ft... j a* the dreswea on the new baby girl

*4m: ....... H. 'T.WUVACTURELFrwlL. nor the luck literary beau U1IIraat.1. ing less than 8 cents, will CUM a They are eoea..nSi r ..... _. : who arrived Monday night. It ia
lit ererthing. tiles ......
GIB C.: the mistaken but sincere. tv be shot by tube eulte
menage any- said Peter excited
A.-l what use .... t* look VfamTh wa so Tuesdaythat
of_'T. T.: OMI fm4 i. A.: IQ-Ar R. Will overcome Indfeestloa and dyspsla 1 derated .. by a fairy tale to supreme j i where in the city. A messenger wilt, Mhrr. lu* r q.sd Ie as he put the thoe of a horse eat

r j ItoeIIIF J. B.KDOCATlOXALBiirasA. the bowels tad command bat ambitious self-win-i i it front the of I.l
; regulate care|| aa tarn point reception the feet so that the
wrong animal -
W. M.; T.a.ther they Mre ......... f.r poor
.. R.... W. W4 OMttar. RsdssoM B. liver and kidney _pl&l.... It.. the i,ed egotist who. seeing his oppnrtnalty :; to the receiver and will wait ; AIM ......... the tcu In ....., Uixta: had to walk backward. W.

1fHA.. t.: Baseibr. I. O-: Smith.Jut best blood eoricher and invigorator lal j at ones set about to force Its ...cia.I'for an answer. Message and answer J Wheterer one ftll a..mprehend extend C'ODjrratal.tion.-lIuo"....
TIM weber UktwlIJkr ... .sdar.taada
*.; KelB. A. J.MaTJORATIOMBtaekajaB.. the world. It la purely vegetable, perfectly throwing professions antecedent to in Berlin take about! two hour _..... they .hT shah, tank 111.) JournalA

E. V. harmless and should you be a the winds sad standing at this moment ......,.
___ P. *, Tatmu. J. IL. Dora. J. K, Net Yet a D...... It...,. Uk bro h.ra iotnr tm their ",>II M.ucrtbrr Wi..w.r.' H_
disease win It If of broken
.. J. W. sufferer from you use ou a pile pledges Mall T. ........ the ....<.. br TAINYIXT..Rkod... R. w.: I I you are wise < hazard to retain his pmt of vantaxe. A few dais. ago senator o.pouOCI aced u..... the star b) night' ftla-go! has a widower

zwra ...... editor sod law told a story to an appreciative group a high any i.....r man who had lost
tJ***. B. C: 0. .. C. H.! Rellly. R. N. Andrew, manager Sat alone a unto himself, .
of senatorial li .. When the llul .Inma* H mar seeea tbewe '_ if.- and
B.: Save). John Cocoa and Rorkledge New Cocoa. but a menace to an t... Even If we "trner H Iou Have bees rlovljr linknl far >ran his no one to care for
... B. 11. St._ j had subsided. n.torlIiou.. i ..liildren
: laugh tbW I- rent t for
UnRTUUCo-TM. Fla.. write: "1 hare used your Her 1 agreed IB the mala with his public<< And In omtMtbrtte v>) : may 1o rooms
Juq F. B.: Bymcto. t T.: Bta ._.. who feared the senator from \Vi. '' II.,. ever .M.. t.M sail I'"' .... tears rl.'oIJ! a week and payIt /or meal atI.t
bane in my family and find It a most arts we should still question their Hatnever m rrti other. yet
C C.; Hsthsrfctgt M. r. I excellent medicine. It effects uptf.fnaself : method but. truth to say. we have i-onsin might; grow inflated a.k.* The tuO list ot naember*. aumoertagiK "I* thai onr of Ihews stone.*?" KfoiW these Iw. obMnr.... french motherfamilm! and nurse
>Mty ta an are aa folios: I IIoII8Q hare been a marked bench BO ranMeBce either In the Judgment err vhom I .peak air mr two f')..t
z ( "Xot 'f't.- Plt.fI.1 l $enato.Spooner.Wa.hin _. .' r. |.r')vi .. .
recommend It of such arttir.'Louhirllle -Ki "> W.t Ptti bur 'WtIltarAdl
W. R. Jar...... J. M. Jr. I unhesitatingly. or the Integrity an ,
tuu 1'u-.t. erte :.11 rbr.lno"L
.,.... W. M. Kolb.. A. J. I I[ Sold by Red Cross Phanacy. Courier-Journal. i

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| STOCKTOVS: DYING MESSAGE. I INSPECTORS APPOIM' ED.

T t rtmrsVT Q ; OFFICIAL CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTIONRules i I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE..iC.ilVR1iC. 2Announcements ; Me Writ. His Last-Political Will And I The

meeting wai called to order ;a*
) { ''e TestamentJa.ksunvlll.
The professions !I Chairman Filer in i;he city hall :l.ni,

I and Regulations to Govern ; Primary to be Held May Will be taeertod la u.. I .- Fla.. at S p. m. A|!ril 11. 1904.
Dally and weekly Metropolis for Ua cIoII I i I Ft. May 24. 1904.
Ian!. or In either edition for To Th* following m< tubers were i prweae
flve dollars. the Democratic Voters
; of Florida:
10th and June 7th. 1904. in Dade County. in or by Messrs.
Candidates for County' Com m lee toners : At the beginning and during this person prdxy: Johns
and members .f the school board will b* I Jones, Potter. Lj man. King Soil
P.tt.r.oa sic otn..9. "& lI>&llCa. prior to the primary elec-
I charted ball these amount { Filer Burteahaw. and KJrtm&ILC
A meeting of the County Democratic law; and stall at one forward the ,i No announcement inserted until paid I Itor. Kin of May 1'th. I endeavored to
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. I motion Mr. Bull was elected
Executive Committee for Dade county returns to the Chairman of the County truthfully, fearlessly and honestly In-I

will raettce IS an..ris.scam sad re *lIpnHlmTITli'4 j, Florida was held at Miami Florida Executive Committee. "'-- '''rm the people of the true political acting secretary. .
ertoettntLa4 COl""TT- I Th* minute of the last meetiag' were
P'OK
'on the lllh day of April A. D. 1104 i The assessment to be paid by the TREASURER. status of both Senator Tallaferro and I
Title read and approved.
pursuant to adjournment virtoji candidate shall be a* follow: mrwlf I enter the campaign now for ,
r anox act Miami. Fla. I !. the Democratic Voters of Dade Couaty. Th call for primary w a. aaitaJedaa
----- -- The following; amended call for a Representative ....... ........ |U 00 > Florida: the second primary In obedience tt'l I follows

P. T. U AGG& K. D.. ITimarr election was adopted to-wlf Senator ... . ... ....... ... 15 00 I hereby aju-oaBC reelf a candidate she rule of the party, requiring aI :

Cre s raarmecjcareer O Notice is hereby gives that there Sheri ... ... ...... .......... 35 00 for r.election to the office of Treason I j -omination by a majority vote. To I II ,I See official call on third page.
led
Onto was I A motion was mad by Mr. Kirkzan
....... lets acreS I will be a Democratic Primary Eelee- Clerk of the Circuit Court..... 30 00 at Pad County Florida, subject t* the I I lo otherwise I feel would be shirking i:
will of a majority ., the Democrat :o nominate county commllon-r
a*. C lion held. in the several election distracts Tax Assessor ............. ... .. 2000 voters aa win be n........ ta the Des} a duty to my petiole and would be aabandonment and member of the school board :>*

MIAMI. FLORIDA. of Dad county Florida on May I I10th. I[Tax Collector ............... .. 2S 06 xrratte primary' May ... not of my principle districts. Sam defeated
was ty a
JL JACBO T TU 104 and if necessary, on JaDe I County Treasurer ............. 20 Ou C H. RAUJ.ER8O I have no personal fight to make on vote of C to J.
J. ,
dw Fla. Senator Taliaferrn. You Informed
Ql. 7th. 104. for the nomination of all County Judge ................. IS 00 Miami are fully A communication from a meetlsj at

_ s OFTICl: ', Democratic candidates. State and county County Attorney .............. 10 00 of the farts In the ease a* web candidate held in Miami May 1' ljv .
LOCItAva. D. to be voted for by the Democratic FE.. HgTSCR., all the methods resorted to la the lasf ,
BISCAY
of Public Instruction
HOTEL Superintendent 1 i was read and discussed by various candidate ;
General Election beheld Candidate for primary
FLORIDA. electors at the to ...... ........... I 00 before tile committee Finally.
KUKL i jdw County Judge.FOR I Now. the
November 8th. 1904. and to be appointed matter I Is up to you. and
County Commissioner .... ..... I 00 I the following Inspectors, clerks sad
by the Democratic Governorof you mart shoulder the responslbllll)
i Supervisor of Registration.... S 00Members I polling place decided forth
wr
RUSH upon
DR. W. B. the State between the date of boldIng ; SHERIFF. and deride. for )ourselves ny your ballot
j: of County School B'rd. 1 00 : following predncta.
June Tth.
such primary election and the holdIng on 1
Once tSS-l th street "Phone Kt.Resldence.10th I Justice of the Peace.......... 100 To the Democratic voter of Dade CouaTy. Senator aliaferro for No. Inspectors.. Cea McPhersun,
stands the i
UH' and AvenueL'Pbone of the primary election A. D. ISO*, I
!Constable .............:....... 100 Florida: aggregation of organized Ernest: Stypman. J. M. Enais; elect" "
''' wealth embodying
W-iR. and of a Democratic candidate for
MIAIiI. FLA. County Fish and Gam Warden 1 00 I hereby announce Myself a candidt* I i'H. W. Hessey; polling place store of
trusts and interests
I Ir. I United Stele Senator to be voted for I !; for election to the office of {heel*? of corporation ;
All candidate are required to Ale a | Miss< Walter Kltchlng.
by the Democratic member of the Legislature Dad County Florida abject to the whilst I stand for the cause of .
W. BACKUS, written application to have his name will of the majority of the Democrat the common people, favoring the prI- | No.Ia.pecton.. E. Edwards J eV
r=c'T.fans. of the State o fFlorida at IU
.A i t>2 i appear upon the official ballot on ,j" voter* as will bo expreaord la the Da* mary. railroad rommlneion. Incom. Islar Henry Brooker; clerk E. C. )tiller -
session In A. D. 1905
'
SpeciBcation sad Details| Made :, j'blanks furnished by the Committee, ocratic primary' t* b* held Mar II, Ht'dw I ; polling place: school Diane.
tax laws and the delegation or I jto
BiiMlan of All Kind.. Fine '; Th following officers are to be nominated JOHN FROHOCK. powei
(or accompanied with the fees above set No. Inspectors.. H. L. Hillier L
the Inter-State Commerce Commix" j
Residence a KpecisltJ.Orrice. at said primary election to-wit: '
forth with S. L. Patterson Secretary j i I ion that they be able to properly W. BurkhardC: N. H. Butch: cl-t I
' 1315. A ncn D. 1 United State Senator j t take this method t* Inform the veti I nay :
of the County Democratic Executive ] Dad. I adjust ,...... equitably between the | W. Comstock; polling plate: ':.\1
1 Representative la Congress Second i en of c..t, that I wll be a eaa :
Congressional District. I i Committee, on or before the 21st .day I dldate for reeloctloa to th* c'. of Cl* I I !S'ate. I cannot see any Justice 01 ,| house.

Da:. s. s. csArsa, i [I of April. A. D. 1904. of the Circuit Court subject to tile .. wisdom In our people being forced to Na C-IDapectors. W. H. Cox. C. A
1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the
1 I I 1 j This April llth 1904. I of the Democrat primaries Mar.ua.1 ly almost double charge on th lrvro.lu..t. I Mall Jess Daughtry; clerk c.n.
full term of six
,an. promlainc. If elected t
perform tile
DENTIST. V,. A. Flier t I shipped" from this State to Pence: polling place: school hous*
;
] tHe of the office hi the
1 Justice of the Supreme Court. future a* m
;>>. .la = ".I I.-.e eeeser et Attest: Chairman. I pest to the boat of sir ability. I wW Northern markets as it rest. for the No. S- Inspector, J. E. Chamber*
I I
ed I" "
D s 1 Governor.
DS !I I George: P. Bull.Secretary. :i be grateful t. [thoM who will (aver me Northern producer to get il* product L a Taylor T.. M. McRa; eIar1I;. H.
MIAML FLOIBDA.Home 1 Secretary of State. with ....
pro tern. r vote here To Illustrate, take khe Item of P. Hodges; polling place: school hovs
1 Attoney- metal. QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. dw E. C. DEARBORN. No. }
I-IJt.pecton. Z. Lavender Jna
Irish potatoes at the point of Haxtinga

Seekers 1 Comptroller. I Second Primary-Tuesday, June 7. I. Fla. The rate oa a barrel of Irish Dmstoad. R. ,' Saxon; clerk W. B.
I hereby aanovae myeett no a naJ
1 Treasurer. -
1904. from Fla.. to New Chisels; polling plate. Harde* star
Attention. I date for the e me* of dork of the Circuit potitoe Hastings
: 1 Superintendent of Public instruc General Election-Tuesday Novembers court subject to the ...ua. of the : York by the Florida East Coast Railway No. T.-Iupecton. R. A, Bryan W.

Too will find it to your interest. tion. 1904. t Democratic party. Primary election; May and connections Is T( cents, while I. Braekwell. D. O7fai eisrk. IraakStmnahaa
to call OB me before ianatiac.4.l.raiabed 1 Commissioner of Agriculture. M. 1ft*.
.
; polling plate: Straaahaa'
and .room to Th* registration book will not be d the rate oa a barrel of Irish potatoes
- houses ttailroad Commissioner. J. S. FREDERICK.
1
real Real bargains ia real eUte. reopened for the second primary lection. from New York to Hastings la only a.whalL c:

city and country. Insurance tMea 1 Adjutant-General. I. FOR TAX-COIXECTOR. :34 cents. Is It any further from Han I No. Inspectors.. H. Padgett. J. r. .

collections, etc., attested to. I J State Chemist POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. I I I hereby announce myself a candlj lags Fla.. to New York than It Is from i Newly J. W. Ive: clerk R. Cushion; 'if'
license nnthonxmp 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh i' polling place. school b_
have a special : Payment of poll taxes for 1902 and j I date for the offlc of tax collector of New York to Hastings Fla! Other I '
to all kind teal trans Judicial Circuit. loialttie likewise affected' the No. Inspectors, J. 8. Pardn .A.W.Cromarti S
me prepare are by
Dade .
1903 Is County
Low fee*. a prerequisite to voting at all subject to the action of
fern 01 real estate I 1 State Attorney Severth Judicial election this year. I tile coming Democratic primary. name disadvantage. ,I *. J. 8. Peters; clerk J. J:. .

: Prompt atte1ltintL c. C. CARROLL i' Circuit 'j EXEMPTIONS. .w T. N. GACTIER.i Neither do I see the fairness of'I Pendleton; polling place, school.., 1

;..' Notary Public.&TL 1 Prosecuting Attorney. : TIle following conditions exempt I, wealth escaping Its just proportion of Na Inspectors, L. X Onhorm. J.

e ?. I). lIua ice WD.f.k ,, 1 Stats Senator Thirteenth Senatorial i I FOrt TAX ASSESSOR. taxation and the expense of government I M. BurdlB. Frank Jaadon; dark K. L

__ ___ 1 1 District I'I j+ person from the payment of eapltaI i I I and enjoying special privilege i Kellnm; polling place. city ball a. '
tlon or poll taxes: hereby ai punc* myself as a .e
;> I Member of the House of Represea- and protection.If No. Inspectors. Jackson Peacock e '
:Rolla.bloneed..ptleias. j First Any ODe who has lost a limb I CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of i _.
tatives.i Senator Taliaferra. by his past John MeKlnsi, J. W. Galloway 'j '
I| Dad
in battier I County subject to the action of
I I'I record and affiliation convinces I clerk Fletcher Albury; polling pace
!'i 1 County Judge. | 'the Democratic primary. you
W.CMAYNARD. | 1 Sheriff. ,, s.-.NiId-A111 ODe wno was 55 years ,I that be has stood and will stand for !I Old Hardee "ODI -. -
i d
a_Do Best M rw-0&o.. .| 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court of age on or before December 31. 190L I j I C. L. XIMANIES. these principles that I m co3tenr.. TC* ,\. Coo?**. J.

QuWl icefztrlj filled: '. 1 County Assessor of Tales Third-Any one becoming of age (21 j I:, --- i for and mill faithfully carry out the I Geo. SUnebonser, W. J. Dougherty; .

( Cecil httlerj. itr 1 Tax CuUvctor. ,' yjars old) on or after January 1. 1903. FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNET. I II demands of the people, regardless of clerk. Ceo. W. Moodte; polling place .
iUati :
,
I
1 County Superintendent of Public la-1 i{I Fourth-.Any ODe who had become a I II |I I hereby announce myse'f a* ; candidate the Influence of the rairoadsl then It Brown A )MoodI* warehous .

unction. 'I resident of this State and consty jo tor the offlc of Prosecuting Attorney Is Immaterial mhether you elect himor No. U-IDI.-tDn. Henry ao..... -."

GEO. L. McDONALD : 1 Surveyor. 1, or after January 1. 1903. '| for Pad county, subject to the mynelf Bat the responsibility rests I' Ernest Mall Will Anderson; clerk, C. 3e
approaching Democratic
j I
aYU b&1IMr ; 1 County Treasurer ': If properly registered any of the I:! Uon. H. F. ATKINSON.primary eleo ,on you to select the one who In your I W. Hill; polling place school how _

I' above can vote at all lection*. State I | I "idmwnt. will represent your inter- No. Inspectors.. J. W. Saxon W.
i County Commissioners.I I "
La'" a .p.c.aetyCOCOANUT Miami. FlaMALE : I II I
.ohdi.idi.e j jt
$sr..efae s.d E. Blaaton. W. H.
a, and county held this era teat In the fnltetl State Senate Slat rank; clerk L <
GRoVE FLA. i Members of the County Board of year, without
j jf I If Public Instruction. paying sly poll or capitation tax. I TOT'NG AGAIN. 'I you think that Si...or Tallaferron C. Holly; polling place' school bout I?'

"OnK ".ft carve interests then It was moved and carried that '
of l>r. Kings New Life Pill your aaoM
1 Justice of the Peace In and for Distrlrts j PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS.
each vote for h'm If. on the other hand. of candidate for members of the
f : i fight or two weeks has county
A. DANN. No*. 1,2,34,5,1,7,3.3. Persons under the following conditions put m-
J. In my teem s;aln." write D. H. Turner IIMI think that the principles I advo- executive committee be placed on
Be
and 13. ,
r 10. II. 12 mill liable for ODe poll tax
insets of Dem.-iejrtown Pa. sic and Hand for are fur TOUT l beat j! the regular tllot
pad 1r.tart.a r..n sussed[ 1 Constable in and for Districts No&. only for 1902 or 1903. as the case ; They're the i
.. .. ..... maybe brat I In the world for Liver Stomach "nitrre-tt and the '-t Intprents. tit loon ,| It was also! moved and carried that i

\... ,.,. ar ter... I 1.2.3,4.5.3.7,3.3.10.11. II': : aid Ro.els. Purely vegetable. Never .M..t.IIv. then cote for nwI candidates: for came warden be placed

(.Str -lma' w MA and 13. J I Any one who became K years old gripe Only 25c: at all drug stores. I ba<* no Money or other InduceOirnK I; on the rcgrilsr ballot and the eaadi- :*" aSrl

111II...... I Presidential Electors. during 1902 will be required pay $1 ..;o!f..r ton I "mi|>h' a .k. "NI date for Mid office he. assessed Ilse .*

4 Delegates at Large to National Con for account of poll tax for that year Once n|.in a time to fit prize Bshien ti> di....hsne ) ,
fOLEY5BONEY.w TAR : vention. Any one who may become of age (21 ainclnl; out a Mate In the South In your felluwnrn. )our children and in' his renimation as a member of th*

Pal I 'l I 3 District Delegates. year old) at any time during 1902 which to hare their bout The to"r- I to viHirselT. .. committee and the name was accepted i

0- C.Msi Preeeds I I II 13 Members at Large of State Commit- will be required to pay $1 for poll tax nor obj>fted!. The o! ..I.III..I the The |>tni,>le have the Mrs and ran I| A motion was made and carried! that

tee. for the year 1903. count found a "ato "'''111- Ihf'1 elect the I nil
YOU GOING 1 County Member of State Committee. fight offbiKWiiie HO miiih money had i .ill! tlT with themselves and t d.,., :
ARE Any one becoming a resident of this I' ,
1 Member National Committee. been spent In making prepsrstion vote their pu..",..... This done I I The next meeting of the committ

North or West ? t Supervisor of Registration.I State and ,county during 1902 will be and wi much money had .been bet. !! S 111 ibrerfully abide the result I was calved for April 21. 19OC.i .
liabU for tile poll tax for 1903.
. County Fish and Game Warden. i Subsequently these! came people d<>- John N C. StmktonOPICM i n.1'fI1!{ being no further business *
WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX.
I 1 Member of Dade County Democratic rliled! to mn one of their number tar : s ln (a.J.u i f motion was made and carried to ad-

Lo lsyille&Nashville I' Executive Committee In and for ,, All male Inhabitant wlo are XI ('.0,.-,..",.. They manufactured many I Jouna.I .
( yean cf and were under K
age
i
yearsof .. Om."I..IInrll. I I
harrowing stories
Predncui 32,3,4,5,1,7,8 of what might remit S |7r
Rail road ;, 9. 10. 11. 12. I', and 14. age December 21. 190L If he war defeated to rietract the i Three Arrests Made j j I Secretary Pro Tea

_ _4.OAers nnexclle4 i>***engr ..,..IftI. The rules governing add pnmarj Any ODe Becoming a resident of this ''public: mind from his own h"n"D- Wa-hlnKtun. May ::i. -Chiefilkle |I

, trlnenrryin tollman State and Inns And lo'! misled of the secret service im' I
..r election shall be the same u those' county prior to January 1. many people were t xlar gave QUICK ARREST.

sleepers, nn-te-dat coaches. free reelining adopted by the Democrat!* Executive 190. rill be required to pay poll tax and voted fur bim So many, In the following statement If I

ebelr. ears and diainc can I Committee at their meeting held in for 902 and 1903. fart, that even he .a. surprised l at thesurceM "3ecn t service artnts, detailed. at 'f -

vetwe northern a4 southern eitie Jacksonville, on January 224. 1904. for : If they become a resident after Jan- of bill little .pet scheme; bOIl the re
Tn /-' dining ear service In the i governing State primaries, so far as I nary 1. 190%. and before January 1. > not enough to elect him- Dailr Tal-. Armstrong, have been InveiitlgatinT; j In the hospital from a sever

$"Sb. Tickets viaL.&N. the same will be applicable to the 1903, they yill be required pay poll >i: lahameoaa. the rusperteil smuggling: of opium lie I Itween [cue of pile causing :4 tumors. Ana
Through doctors and
- .AH ArtmtitSell all remedies' failed Bock-
Seattle and Portland. A firthree
county primary. Those and only those tax for 1903 only.
montha work under the direct'n len's Arnica Salve quickly arrested
'
EXPOSURE:
persons shall be permitted to become Any one reaching their majority (31years further
To cold of Operative Frank Burke, who e.. I Inflammation and cured USL
draughts of air to keen and ]
candidates before vote at I
or or par-
schedules; and sleeping ear ) on or after January 1. 1903. will I It
conquers and kills
i for rate pain tie. at all
detailed for this -
service fro
;
specially r ,
, rWrraUon. apply t. <, tleipat In themanagemeat of sold primary ''be subject to payment of roll tax for tern-1 :''druggists.
I' the New York division the tr.ve.* sa- ..
i: J. M. Fleming. election who declare their adherence 1903. c. exposure

. &,..e&. to the principles sad organi of the throat and neck after lion rioted at midnight Si'nlayA:! \

neot4a-Wd Lek..etii st, &..-...r.. &. In all ease of exemption of a voter1 public speaking and staring, bring oni the selrure of $.>.'.>fl worth of rn.le ', VOTE FOR J. R. ABRAMS. THB

....L- I IfOlE15l1OHEY.w I I tioral. from payment of poll taxes,.b* ma't'i I i'coughs and colds. Ballard's Hore- opium and the arrest of S S. Sr even.. NEXT SHERIFF OF DADE OOUKTT.Measrs .

'the laws of the State lawful electors 1 secure of the supervisor of registration hound Syrup Is the best cure.Mn. alias Tuttle W S. Tree and .\Ir....d

TAR ':of the election districts In which they 1 a certificate netting forth the fact that A. Barr Houston Texas writes Larsen all of Seattle Stevens, >tilt '. Wm and J. Thomas Garret :
:
................. ......haCe I oiler to vote, who have paid their poll ,I' such voter la exempt If the certificate Jan. :31. 1902: "On bottle of Ballard's raid to be wealthy Is chencd with have sold the Mulligan Herald to Jolts

taxes legally due not lea than ton exempts the voter from payment of Horehound Syrup cured me of a very .being the principal in the TterpHf I i I W. Brown, who will conduct the paper "

days before said primary election and poll taxes for both yean (102 and bad cough. It Is very pleasant. to which b..> been conducted ynrr..duity| <, oa the same line a* heretofore.Here's '.

60 YCARS* *ho shall when challenged by an elee- 1903). If properly registered, h* can take." tae;; SOc, 1100. Sold by Red It I I' Mid, for several years. His methods. surcew to Mr. Brown sad the

CXPCRICNCK then vote Cross Phaimacy. It Is stated were unique, la that Mllllgn Herald.
lce. pledge in writing upon oath, before upon presenting to tile Inspecton -

say Inspector to abide by and such eerttflcat- exemption. be never allowed himself to be directly

I'support the resul: of such primary and ronerted with the handling of the Compres ion of tile waist may lmharmful
If the voter la sub ect to
> only ODe .
< support the nomine thereof. FOR contraband opium. Chinese merchants but If the right young man
poll tax. either' for 1902 or WOS., the
at Victoria imported the opium iron. attempts It most girls are willing to
The shall be and cloned
polls opened
same ml win apply a* to securing UNITED STATES
SENATOR China delivered .It take chance
to agents of Steven
Teas Mann at tie several election districts at the a certificate of exemption for the two
DcwnaCoevmoirra hours fixed by the general election law. I| *, who, it is .s.... placed' It abosrn
AeSckatlflc an. VOTE
y FOR
a fast. launch owned liy him and it CROWING
ACHES AND PAINS.
sd The following named an hereby
Astss..r.s a.Sse.s person :
.. .:(:... :
easy.._. ,.ew'eea.ea.else..' _..wr_ewe c_.w.e appointed Inspectors and Clark for j PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. I i! was landed during the night at a pointsoar -
.e.r.uay..a-_ tires..,-w..r la order to be qualified to vote th JAMES P. TAUAFERRO Seattle He bert two skeleton Mrs. Joule -<
at
;.... p.1.a ..seer I.r ea..r.. j rest... the seven: election districts: Samner. BrenKMvl. Texa.
-. .-.------.----.... primary election on May 10th or Jut I pianos and two large Iron safe, into write. April 15. 1>OJI b"'l deed
See of committee W44OSi NAMK Is COMMONLY
( report meeting on FRO
JlMericait 7. 1904. poll taxes for 1901 sad 1901 which tile opium was packed the pianos Ballard's Snow Liniment In my familyfor

"r--*ew Oust .....) must be paid on or before I o'clock P. NOUNCCO AS IP IT WA were the boxed the safe covered three year. I would not be without ..

... ... _--- -". The voting shall be by ballot on M. Friday April 23. 1tOt (ten day before with burlap, sad the eatlre consignment It In tile ........ I lave nl It .*
...,r ere_....et..e.b.ad wssM..M.MUNII J SPELLED
Co New Jc'jJMLaeetbs tickets famished by the Kate aaKi tile first primary election). shipped by freight to four flc- ny little girt for growing pains sad .

t.; i County Executive Committee; sad at tltious persons at Portland where the ache la her hIt cured her right

', distributors got tile opium which was away. I have also n4 it for frwt
Only n fool man would
-- tb* close of such election, the Isspec-1 deliberately,,2'TOLIVER1'g1aIr
marked by them. When emptied the bitten feet with good auceesa. It.
|toes ,tad Oat shall proceed to canvass I make aa enemy by guessing within':
bEnlbEY.t JD pianos were reshipped to Seattle to be the bet liniment I ever usod.Ke, Cue .
the Toto I* aceordaaee with th* State ten yean of a woman's real ]
: +i eM eauue's ae 'seasa age. j I similarly used again. I tl! >. Sold by RH Cross Pharmacy.r" .



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THE DAILY MAY SOW BOLT THE PltliURTIt ANALYSIS OF THE VOTE. aeslnut me at this Me d.,.. Home ,

The remit of the Senatorial pri- friend mill advise. of he same, either

BIAfll} METROPOLIS. .as fornif-rly the pk>a
nf lie TI r..- Fn..ncIM" to Loft stub state Committee.. was ss follow: demand. *, a *to gi.. m an opportun-

t....!.M. sieve day eK4pl !I.....,. 'lieniw r.li- "..l iveiifon, a< tile! ) c!':i.l For Tallaferro JI J! lto I I..- li.r.l 1 warn the peopleacuiiifl

,,' (.. im1 .....1! (!>.-> ina> now be rx- Kor Stockton. t!.,;;l. report| thai ma> I.e circulatedat WHALER'S JEWELRY STOREs

a. L unit ; IJNr I I..v tot| to des ,-** some nif.n* I In w hut, For Jennings S.Tti the lat moment aaainxl a landiiAt !-

f. HIM. BATON.< V- 0,.. pun.arcIvtion m. aiM' boo hnll For Call. 1.1C8: : al a time whet he .rann M pos.ihlv I 14..12dt Sttm.T"M .

u. /ttaalKietl..uglastew.. ..1.r.. in other words l the plllnlv ex- Tc al. liVWediary *ii*..er This in a nitnili-rahnd niflholf

a.-.d la Ik* ro.o5e. a Xlallll.P'lon".. |i.r.-*-.'.i will! ot the people evaded \... ma) wltv. ::.,:.>4Tallafirro |H>litiiii' thai I hate reset and ball

--a..e.a.1- ei.a.ta.nJYe. .; If John Stockton acre. half a. gold l la .lacked. 'II:. tir\er .cni.a;e in, .".1 it shl not be

.o.t..ra k..p.per ...( ...... .. Ivmmrst a.. he claim to be -tf he Stockton lacked. '.!lU. ,iieriintted; to lie tied. In the detriment "
... .. cast .f tke United Hutu at the
w..t IS ae.tker, sl1w.. .......al acre lb" publi i hiKh-miutled man be could hate a* the combined vole of all of hisoptc.nents k-lil and a fair. fltlit. and "let the lien .
seal r.adl.r.'-.I.''.'' per 11... .
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.' N.Ap.t.lea froou t......-. beve-be would bow to "the s lll of In seventeen counties, vl/- man w tn Keitpertfully. .. KINDER I.OIT. (! A..
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Ow Yew by ) .*;>.()) the people and decline to prolong a.. Bra.lfnrd. [)ad... IvSotn. Diivsl t.mhl. ::.- Frank Clark -""
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Six MOIIth.\ *.:* contest which can have but one r"' ut! .'. .. Franklin. HIII.IM,",. Js..k. >n.Mitnstee. Lake Citfla i 'Iake. --- v

tree Month. I.%:> But nobody who know John N C Naiwan. Orange.: Owola. .

: (nit Week, by Carrier. . M SUxkton expects anything to rational''' Putnam Santa Kona. Volusia.Valton' ttiKESIOMK.TE.Itetseen -'- Kinder Lou Crates.

----- ---- ..f him He has In fact already I b....nI and Washington He bad pluralities the Trades I'mons and the I

Tie Mimi Printing Compuj. beard l to declare that be mould run over Stockton! In fourteen conntle*. ('/"' ,.,..torn* As..' .-latkm.Building \ ,

Advertising: rates made known on ( again; "...*.n if Taliaferro lacked but ,tone rU Alachua. Baker. Calhiwin. Hamil : Trade Councilof j Chase & Harne>'. Miami

o application. vote of a majority ton. Holmes like. Madison. Marion. Miami and Vicinity.Miami. + Seil-ic= :tK1
; TELEPHONE. 61-3R.: In other ..ord... as there U no Invention Monroe Polk St. Johns. Siiinter *i- .
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: OFFICE:: METROPOU8 BUILDING. .. h<.-.. ailverse verdict he ca '! w.annee and Waknlla the Contractor*' A_..-latiou. Miami i .doer Lou Cra1es:

: 432: and 414 Twelfth Street repudiate. he now propone to do the With respect to his only remaining
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: Fla.: : over Dade County.
Opposite Court House. next Ix-ot thing aD.lII1IOf'e tb.11 of : competitor senator Tallalerro carriedthirtyone i
r i the sovereign: people of Florida as expressed i i of the 45 counties in theState Gents: The Carpenters Local >>U demand ..f..A.>. > .. ... . .. .. . . .. > l e l !
I that they receive an eight-hour '
i COMPAKATIVK DI8TAHCE8. in lue primary of his own de- (I His plurality over Stockton .

t Ire --Pr.... vlufnn; I. was '.'il: over Jennings: 1:.'':':. and work day commencing on the ISthi I ..... . . . . . . . . . . . .
r_ "- It.., ',I day of February IS'M, the same being ;: : :
T. 17aa If1 tt.art But Mr Sow .kton need no longer: d- I ibis majority over the combined vole
the next after .
day regular meet
your
ceiae himwelf tu- need no Im ,ir ->...-k of both was ?*. : Epicurean Restaurant f f
t ).. 5Ue._!. wile.SsV .- ( log the right-hour day to be granted i
.... Il -... .. to deceive the plain prop' t..r '.(.- Senator Taliaferro renewed nearlyI41 I
: .. i i :: ? without any reduction la wages. Ultimatum .
Ill I I Ills. convention ...-.r' TOW n s t while Mr. Stockton. rereived I
port.
....... .. Ad In IIId. per cent : If the above. remand .to not 30S-t2tb St.
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.('sha. gas I tit en been taken from him-his "corpor less that SI per cent of the aggregate -
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=- Yayll.a. ::. sus rIe I Ill granted local iW3 of Carpenters and '- --
ation" bugaboo .ls no longer available.He o vote of the entire State. Continuous
I- from
Service o'clock
i cwt ... 1M asl Joiners of America will proceed to'adopt m., unfit 10 p. m
hawal
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o=-ce i.wl. set'I is dealing with the people theeselvs In Duval county, the home of both such measures as will bring I, ................ee .......... . . . . . .
) tea Ia today and now that the) have of the &leading contestants, the total
toe...._._.... .I. I lilt I WI about the eight hours and three dot ( V
_./...... repudiated him. his house it ea-J Is'' vote was 3.,11. of which Taliaferroreceived
t.l..dar. ..- IN .... I' !' Ian (I3.W per day. J. PECK !L If. BAIL .n
I tumbling about his ears. %.277, or !M majority over all'
Yours respectfully I
But this bolter and disorganlxer' white Stockton received' only 1.X7!. or 1.I pee B Bailey
MAY 26. 1904. Loral 993 Carpenters aad Joiners ofAmerica. .
need not flatter himself that he eat go CM less than at majority The scattering -
I I !I Bel..... t.gk.Grad.
Into the seat primary....should one an- TOW-Jennings and CalI.red _..- !|
( Mar M wUl to Natioaal Memorial !! A. B. Weaver Pr... !I| YACHTS. LAUNCHES SAIL &
ROWBOATS
f.ortuaa:.') be fund tae: w.-jr--w"u ... only lit Stockton's vote was : '
Day. for the Grand Army of the RsvMte. *- I W. F. Crofts Set .
the same vote he received In tb.. Brst. less than 14 per cent of the total county : OveVhaalinj- Repairing- Marine Railway.7011Avg .
I Referred to the Budding Trades I'
Already the signs of revolt: a" la white Taliaferro receivedover & D. MIAMI. FLA.
f o 1 rot I I 1 (used!. Feb. I:. 194. for consideration .
the air aDd It may be safely taken for CJ per cent of Ute whole numberof I ,
Politics from DOW on aatll June 7 at which the within demand was I -
that the better class of Stock
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granted
k will be about the warmest thing la votes cast. unanimously endorsed. . . . . . .
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e ton's followers will : .1) doch @ to I. Senator Tallaferro's home pre- i
the B. Sutton Pres.I .
State. follow him Into the Jut dltra; .< ....- don In Duval county. Stockton received ,i 1
(Seal L. N. SnelU See.Hiaml .
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f The "Tare Prieata" eta hare one perat ia.'Jur. lift or nearly n per cent of the :1 Fla.. Feb. IX 1XM. I he 39 Carlos
ifteneJrcuotapce/ 'b- man of 120'
total yore, being a plurality I .
To the Contractors' Association of
e.osolatloa. they raa simply this. I
i who haJ so long k.- the rite rl Pop- over Stock ton and a majority overall r
ana nothing more. I Miami: Formerly\ 5)tf) palm | -o- nliun open la ou part aaJ''I of 1 W. In Stockton's horn precinct Gents: Tour communication under ;

"" eallte that his. race U ma. his rower Senator Taliaferro received m A e-oe B a-d 11th Street.
t a Ute Record sincere la thinking date of Feb. .. 1XM. to B. T. C. received
Broken and his eetnw::.- forever ex- S* cent of tile
votes, or nearly per
"that considered Bled and oraerea answered. Gus.
; Prohock should bar ao opposl'tjoa A. Muller Proprietor
.Iodo of whole rot, while Stockton lot only ,
e way Is It dill supporting Stoek- by stating that we cannot eon.tltuuo.ally
Tile mere fart tint! fit was weat. Tallaferro'i plurality -
tlT. or 44 per cent
...! eater into contract as all the
where ht --that S3. and Open
--o- experts ft H rtronr over BCtoekton being covenanted with you oa the Uses you year .
Senator Taliaferro was strong' la thevery al 47.
nat Davis barrtr Is. being made his majority over mention: however, we approve of arbitration 12.50
., country precincts the Three Mr. Stockton ha been quoted aa declaring when consistent at per day a.,d.p. Special per week and to Commercial
.. strong that Broward will never be
Friends- bar been accustomed to that "If TaHaferro lacked onlya men. Large Sample Ruuma.
ale to butt Into that gubernatorial Respectfully.B. H. O. Uox 668. .
i' 4*. look upon as their own personal prop single vote to secures aajortt)" he Sutton Pres. MIAML FLA.

: ; 0 I erty. this one fact done proves' that would make a content .. tile second' (Seal L. N. Snell. See. . . . . . . .

f .t OavBmor Jenaiaga ,Is cow playing John Stockton Is so dead politically primary aad that h* Intended tomak Gaited Brotherhood ofTamenters .

r" tie part of silent seas. aa wry Utile la Florida that his friends should lose : It cost those fellows SloO.OM.- and Joiners of A nerica, fnim No.**:.

r"'I has bees heard from him since the ao time In removing the offensive remains Since tile primary, some of the newspapers Miiml.: Ha.. March It. I'M. Hotel Biscayne '

,. IttJa.ast. Speak. SB WlHle. lest we from public gaxe.-Tallah_- .i which supported Stockton have Contractors Ass'a. Miami. Fla.:

-" r- Wpt. I -. declared for Taliaferro: some of them Gentlemen: Ton are hereby notified OpeD rrom November S GRAHAM .

-" :.'\ 0 I 0 hare urgently advised Mr. Stocktonto that local union 003. U. B. of C. sad J. I..t to lay bL Proprietor :

Win the people of Florida disgrace LOOKS BRIGHT. FOR DAVIS withdraw from the race, and several -' of A. after due eoaaideraUoa. and proceeding -
Corse Avenae D and Twelfth Streets
their fair State by putting a man of :. of those newspapers which remained according to the -' atlt"tJoa.

1. e th* Broward calibre la officer Fair- Reports From Ate Parts of the Slate neutral daring the first campaign 1 do hereby demand aa S-aonr day to "
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minded and patriotic people need not Are Very Favorable. I. are openly advocating Mr. '"V.'aferro's .'|! take effect on and after July 1. 1MRespertfully. FLORIDA

answer this question. I nomlnt'loa. even Includirg some ha: .

-o ]': la all parts of Florida there are confident supported Governor Jenc'ngs.: A. & Weaver Pres.i OOOO =OOQ= = = = a== = a ==aca = aacOQc = a = = = = =a = = =ccQO

From all reports It rot thirty rentsto expressions to the effect that If a majority of the Democrats of i I i W. F. Crofts nee.

get Into the St. LnutaPlke" and Hon. R. W. Davis .Is to receive the Florida after a earful nomination of Governor at the second RESOLUTIONS. ,
about thirty dollars before you getet the foregoing facts and figures Jo... I
again How aboat It. Florida ed- Democratic primaries on Jan 7, says I not reach tb* coocln-los' that Sen--I II i! Adopted by the Contractors Association ttis rS...e...d ....-....

ibis? Caa yon stand It4 the Times-Union. From an parts of I tor Taliaferro I* fairly ...'.!11fod to the'a'.elua.n of Miami FU. to Take Solo RsprsasatstSvw .

the State cornea th* most cheerful Information -I : |! a', be a miru.1.-. i.i-1| Kifert May SOth 1M. L-<
to tb* headquarters of Congressmaa ___ I It having come to the knowledge of Steinway & Son's. New;jyorlEmsr.oa
of Dade
n ta ap to the people to say
Davis la the Mutual Life CARD FROM MR. CLARK. I the Master' Ihllder2tJoo: that
whether or aot Fitts win rule theftorrs Piano Go.. Saattezx.
building.It Editor Metropolis: j uasattofactory conditions have for

i office for another four year I* evident from the nature of the I have received, and am dally receiving some Urn cabled In the building business Other Hick Grad Piaan! aid PU.n Player
and'it. is safe to predict that their ver-
expressions made and the nature of so many letters from friends: !I owing to the unwise aDd unjust Pianos from $JS Cash or Tun-
dk* will be against It. H* has had I up easy payments.
a the communications received in th;* all over the Second Congressional Dis-I exactions of th* trade unions, 1._j ni.tg anJ Rej> A
all he Is entitled to from this county. a'rinj. fetebal'g.alns;: in slightly
,"t -o- city that the great bulk of the Brown I tricot, of Florida congratulating me upon much that many perconi: who ..- used piano Open evening's.

aDd Mays vote to to go to Congress- magnificent vote I received In theI pat.U.I new bullolngs aDd mak .
Miami extends greeting to the many
iliaD Davis la the second primary- TIM I primary election held on the l"th of lag many extensive improvements durIng I = OOOC OCI oooeooo ICJIII OOOOCI = =CD
1.- ministers, delegates and others of the
fact that Senator Brown has com out the ifesent month and assuring me Us present summer: have deferred i i| -
UethorfM chare assembled withint ,i -- -
and them in favor of Congressman Davis, will of the cordial support of the writers doing so. to long: as the present conditions Dub Davis. has never !teen known to '
br Units this week wishes .
'_weens aad all progress la the aoble mean a great deal", and the la tdenu |I |In the primary election to be held ou exist; It .ls therefore apparent '1 11 fool the public H* tell" them last h* I

.. ChrMlaa work they han undertaken. connected with the first primary campaiga ten 7th day of June next that I find I that the growth and prosperity of the ants tn be Governor Iterance it has ,

demonstrate that there Is more I I am utterly unable to respond to them city has been greatly restricted cansI I been his lifr-hmK amlrfltun He a* lifers tank. '
than a probability of Mr. Davis re--, all. I beg therefore that yon will lug 'great Injury to all branches busi i n't tell them that he beliete, the State
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Tke Florida Press '-'M.,1onII relying the great bulk of the Mays give me space to say that no man maid I Iness. | |I''mm gi> I i the doll If h. in not elected: 'o.i

hold Its annual meeting la -J....._- vote. .'. possibly more deeply appreclat- the It Is therefore resolved. by this An1 1 he doeimt fake up a lot ..t hal
At hauls headquarters )yesterday magnificent expression of confidence no .Ii..... Thai we lerlare an open i ,alxHit. rousplracjr. that dues not ex1 -
: mad
rille June IS to 15. Inclusive on
the evalnic of the latter date sill there acre a great.msny letters re- .:'.! as shown In the vote of Mar in than .. a adding male of cages. and 1 I1st and a Mhme thai isn't in exist-!

.hf'd l from ..1I"\ rt" of the State and myelf. and It sent to Congress to represent tbat nine (e" hours shall constitute, a i ence in order to deceive the Demtirratsi
leave ttir the St. Louis i exposition aid
." all of them sere ..", ....,nltlnl. There ,i this people my b..rb..t. smhl-day's! cork In.1\\ branches of the i .rt.>s into vtMing for him. He
thePike
.ere ...several from Tampa to the effect' ,''tlon shall lie to pursue such course aswill building! trades.It Imply' tells them that he wants the

---- tbat in the coming primary Mr laic! justify my friends In their i"ipport U further mol,...... That ,e pledge J forte that he mill give them an hone ClearanceSale

Having .t...nt all hw money 'r ins .. 111 rescue a l large majority 01 the of ...... To deserve to reprint tou.I,..... Individually and for the A..- ( ..e administration and he points tn his

to get an offli-e John Stockton nnwnays tote of ll'llfl-oro A gentleman w 11jrc *iism..lonal retool an an evidenceof

he will leave hi. raMP in the ( frelArcadia: 'tslr.1) thai the vine Is worthy the aspiration. of anv tlon shall lie made twtween. union and the ort of public service t' r"w > :ofMen's

II..:d. ..f ih i-o 4e It i* Mf t. .-- which Mv. rwi.e.l Hi IV....H.. imnt.. man and If the Pemorracr on the 7th non-union lalxir. and it u ..1 l>... aare..d l .ape'ted of him Hi* o|'! >r '-nt.

that they will\ t..l... car <.r I..".. s.;' ,ould ahmiHt to a man bca..t for of June shall nominate me a. a candidate that each niemlr of lhi Axxwiationlan Oai,>taui Kro.anl. 'ba. d...vivrtl' the

right bj leaving him at home n.:t.i :.* Mr, Davis on June ':. Tb. paper, III for Congress. I shall not only ,. the al"".. oliitinnx anl that 'smile; at \H. lse.tiblr J.n'"hire--he a Boy'sSHOES

m make rome. more moey. then the.; who lvocstp.l faith effort to the name shall !Is' ,-.II..h.,1 for one i tested Loot -
(that | .rt of the Stste |In rood use every tarry a ml..lan hi aht' h he

sill be ready to pull his leg again ,the el...tion of Mr Mays are now n. out the campaign pledge I have made week in the cit> 1"1"| '''' a.an adverIJMment. told of MB re..onl ax a farm bot a. a \

-O-- i the Davis column and are doing effective but| shall demonstrate by my every act to.. -l.....> taplaln and a. a l levhlxtnr-; :

The Record write\ about the nmoHut | service I that I have no purpose save that of the Ja... F Wi..l.orth. Omtraitor.Peck hut he MiKl'imomiiml! the two acts ,

nf money the corporations expendedto Some sections < the State desire ,public good no master save the sovereign A llail..,.. Boat 81111.1..". In his latter record which vhoalil Ttlrmn

defeat Stockton but says nothing i that Mr. Davis visit three partlcuisi people, whose servant I snail ""' J. W. Cardy, Miami Tinning; and < him before all the honest I> Tn- ATCohen's.

about the amount Stockton spent tlTt |localities and make speeches la the |In both my public and private life in Plumbing Shop tw'rats of .' 'ldL- Tampa Tribune

:: Jag to defeat TaUaferro. If reports ;Interest of his campaign. At headquarters Washington I "'annodI) guard the Muller Brady Mana.Contra' .

ar* true a* spent all a* had aad all It was stated' yesterday tha1 1 honor of my constituency and nothing R. G. Sulxner, Contractor.

a* could borrow Including the mort- Mr. Davis was at work la the field and. i shall ever occur that shall reflect lai M. J. McDonald. Plumbing.W. GQ I

gaglag of aboat all of his property. It that h. would vas many place la i i the lightest, either upon people orrepresentative T. Heslington. Painter. i II

th* ua of money la wrong In a cam the State as lie |...*.Ibtt could I......... I Pierce Hardle. Painters.F. I

paign. Stockton. Browsed aad Barn the election. H* !s now la Brevard I feel that thus far I have mad an G. Erfert Contractor.

are great' sinners. county and will pull from there to;,pen. manly campaign free from what C. J. Rose. Artificial Stone Mfrt- par <:ota Q. s
1 M. Howard and B. K Howard.
o- other parts of the State la commonly called "mud-sllnglng. U

Both t.he old and the young soldiers Mr. Davie a* well as his Mends Is 11 i:,shall continue on tile same high plans Bricc wniractors.On .

of the opinion that he will beat Mr. with all proper regard for the proprle- A. Muller' Painter. West palm B acl7. Pa.

are colas to give their votes to Capmtt -,. Broward by a great majority, and the J!ttes of the occasion and a realizing Houriban Garrett. PIaIIt..,.". Situated on Lake Frost adjoining

R. W. Davis for Governor. They developments of the past few days 11)sense of what U expected of one seeking R. 8. Wltaon. Contrartor. :.. .

bow now to appreciate: a man who asa serve to strengthen that oplalon.Harmcny so responsible a place at tile hsnds F. W. Haha. Contractor. City Park. A eool. rotnfortaMe place i 1

mere boy entered the service and I of his fetlow-citlaens.! la the short Fred IMckerson.' ContrartorW. to stop at. with rood table service

fought valiantly to tile last for the, '- might be .a very gooI '.law before the 7th_of dune t win be A. Shepherd. Novelty Works. Sample room for traveling men iMr FOlIY5KmNEYCOI!

word if properly used but the voter* j jof Impossible for me to see all the pro G. Meyers. Elertrh-al EnItDJ. -...
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Confederacy. Mr. Davis was a men I *. ..<. Pepretnss.FOLEfHONETAEDTAR. udder iistFOLET3HONEYA
Dade county know taht t amount- I ile la he district. bet I will go to as : A. Dann Blacksmith. Makes lHrrys ad

bee of Company D. 5th Regt. Georgia 1 i '0 nothing: as used. by politicians. It 1 i nauy Hac. *'* as possible, and I _rDI I L K Hstfield. Plasterer ContractiirJas. .

i, iv'e.. belonslcg to Harder' come.lukatrsa's ,. not *o much harmony AS office tia1i stir a .* that If damaging: reports of j I Shackleton Stone C..ntra.
i. they are after : :- rh'racter showl I lie circulated | R. Welborne. Brick Contractor. .
f army. __ .. .....li..sk( sae heels bssga Ar M.ldeet sllA e.a I.cars..

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THC j Mr. and !1 I EXCURSION RATES TO WASHINGTON. .

DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. PERSONAL MENTION. Fort I J
. south of t BduIBdul Ladles Mack mohair Irta..1 II e,
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MIAMI. FLA.. May 1111. 1WM. I few days Via Seaboard Air Line Railway. See the sewed fad ta ladles crush fad teagth. wvaa sand tap n.m -i
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J. E.: Ashley of Pompano is la the mother. Mrs. 137.00 all rail Jacksonville: to Washington belts, white, taa. black sad mod averted Han; th* regular $,.. IIIIIL:

MAIL" '8CHXDCLB.: <* city today. Gainesville. and return. Oa sale daily limit SUru Stlrtal Special: prte...... .... .... "" J
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Arrive from a* North W. M. Smith and O. B. Saell. of Mr. J. B. to October: H, retnrnlna. Ladies mesa gored BoUiaa doth L.6s sa Suits.skirts. .:
Double dally service Write
7:00 a. as.Up Pompano are la town todar. at J. E.:}. I* white; all man tailored peasA imps arontasnt of lilt eaflts '
A. a MacDonaeO A. G. P. A.e ;
.: m. -- lag for his feet fitting with MM far; iniiilil.MJO. ..,. styles sad eaIan: aD ha.d-- _

. ; dose for tbe North J. H. Tatnm returned tail moraine this State JaeksoavUle.: Fla. Prtee... .... .... .... .... .... 17 trt..t asd tat0ontd _' .--
felt *, as. from a successful business trip to cuperate for s,CaGads. '

4-.Ur.rn. i Jacksonville.Fred will resume :y ,
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which he Is BUSINESSLOCALS.. Ladies C. B. serve bin MS. made af -V
WEATHER.
THE L. Cochran. a prominent dlin -
:- WashlBgtoaFor EasUTn Fiona I of PftINI<'OIa. Is la the city for a The beet quality Batiste Ota .ossd __ ,1

(air toalgbt sad tomorrow. I few daysJohn will take Sunshine Calf Shoes for workmen.IMS. the -nee. os.t form .;...

Nasi..... $7. Halt These The Racket Store. Special: price... .... .... ......IJII v t'i...; 1

MIa"... 74. Pendrel of the Clyde Steamship ,
i I popular with No. M7 Warvers rutproofto sorest.
line with headquarters at Jarkosaville. i,i If yon mint to bay sell, or rent a
about
l being I a corset that gtvee the tmoat aat- '
In In town today. I II !' bouse br Cooler Horaer. I .
acacucaturJ recreatloa both .
i Isfactloa: for correct shape aa4 iI.

TOWN TOPICS. |:I Cornelfua Chrirtianry, a well known summer. :; Homestead for sale; apply to this'I. ,

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ipeeial price .11."
''mmmerrla traveler of Jacksonville l li lsa :
.......xo.11R......... Mr. George !omos. I
:i Iia town today visiting his trade. I I /
WENT TO ROCK PILK.-Aaron ;, Is In the city I (
Onfla. colored charged with assault If be can Watch Cooler Homer's. rental ad 'I
; Mr aDd Mrs. Rolla Taylor of Third i II I
aad battery upon his wife. Mary Griffin I a'j't i as engineer for Saturday.
3 tile arrival of
street are happy over
give bearing by Judge H.i i, Is well : -- II
was a t i
born this
nine-pound ctrl morning.CIF. { I
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wr this morning and sentenced to pay !and they T ''' WANTED-Five or six room house |II

a ine of $:,.00 and cost or go to the I'I J. A. Anthony 8r, of West him aad his br the ,..... Address, B.. this office. I W:

thalagsng for five moathsv Aaron Palm Palm Beach Is la the city attending 'I ident of the I I I L.a.Ia SUrt / $

'\.. accepted the latter proposition and the Method!* Conference.C. Decorated Crepe Paper, 20 cents per One hundred wets, an atasa, at
"'-ta tend his services la crushing rock I C tier T. I package. At the Racket Store [tile latest styles to law, madras sad .

sad Improving the county roads. D. Jenkins and Miss Cooler. of traveling I i iI [, Batiste; only a few ot each style: ,

Fort Lauderdale are visitors I. town Ky., from I i Headquarters fancy groceries, fruits !! worth $rw and HO W. sEer lit t

"ON CHARGE OF. LARCENY-Roy today. all sftaooa j SOL. at WUsoa A fire's. T :dose I at..... .... .... ...Me. each

Reese, colored charged with the lar- this morning I I I. Ladle Japaaese 0k shirt waists:

ny of tools from C. Montgomery at The numerous patrons of Wilson .1 buninea here If you want Ice cream that to 1'104 |!|i back and feat tacked sad Maimed

Cocoaaut Grove will be gives a trial Flye's grocery store are pleased that which they end pure boy it of the BteeayM Drag |1 with t lace; Bishop sleeves; a watt that _

this afternoon by county Judge Hey- Mr. J. A. Lassetter ban resumed his ,to tbe Company. They BM Tennessee cream 'I win ..... Special.............STULadlca \

.itr. 1 I former position there.Js I ern part of I SU II III shirt watt MOM aa art. : ;
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trimmed with lies; back tacked; sew .

OCTINO PARTY A party of i 1 ... J. O'Brien of the mechanical The maar First-class table board may be. pro :! sleeve, with tacked etC. Special... .... .... .... .... ..Itot .i r
Soldier's'Key mund 8. cured at sot 1Tw.lm Street. Mrs '
friends left thla afternoon for ..
department ot the F. II:. C. Ry.. at 8t. ; ...
where they will spend tile lime Aniraotlne. Is In the city on business season at the Nelan. 237 '1

from BOW until Sunday, occnprlag the pertaining to his road. I to learn that i i _________ I E. B. DOUGLAS
r Jscksons FOR RENT.-Desirable east rooms,
Clsb Building on the Inland and havg ,
good time bunting. fishIng i writes back i"I 224 Eleventh Street with or without 310 and 312. .
a general I V F Baba_. chief engineer of thelixht Twelfth Street.
and bathing. The pan went over j he longs for board. 1'
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I electric plant of the Fast Costs I
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launch Barracuda those aboard here again. Mrs UcLeadon.
th
on system, with henrtqiiarlers at TVrw. I .
McDonald ; until late :
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ,
being Palm Beach i Is In the city inlay on Hotels and families ran buy pa.... ''
and daughters; Misses Fannie aad A- buninera.Mr .
Tennessee cream at Biscayne Drof
mira; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Budge and VOTE ." 'School
J. !d. Bur- Will Soon Close
Master John; Mr. and Mrs. John T (i Crawford. of Tsllshaivwx NEXT
Parties
wishing to learn the Spanishfangusre
dlae: and Miss Bettle Nettle qusrterERECT1XO -. and our of the valued clerks
I >\n Join the class now being
m... 'in the attorney lI"n"r.I': om.-.., who i
.3r formed by F. C Enricht. a profloleniteacbtr
HAXDSOME NEW1UESIDENCE. has IKTII visiting friends In the city r I And your children will soon have a long vacation from
', for .4***>rsl date returned to bin h<*mr J >xMks. them in
.-Mr. W. W Dill is having Why not place the
residence ', this morning a.IOCaCJDCx Every subscriber to the Daily Me- I
!: a large and commodiotix II
erected at tbe corner of Avenue B and -- ---- "riOXEEU- i; tro|>oll ran aid some deserving youm: I iihfcrV1iami: Conservatory of Music?
Mr H It Butler the well knowcnmni and woman In securing a bu.IDII..tI'n _
filth Street .blch will be one of the \v M fI".., !
>son man of 1'11t.hurlt. who ba,. ...\ by using the ballots to which i tare you investigated our
..&. most attractive homes In the city M AIar-'-
:,,".n i nthiK nation all M'S!on, returned i "
entrtled of subscriptions.
they are on payment
hen completed: Tbe frame work .It 1_ Cochran ; Partial Scholarship Plan? Anyone is thereby enabled
this from Lantana and _
morning: Read our offer on sLxUMMC ,
the house is now up. ;('' l 1.-k. rity. J to obtain a Scientific Musical Education at
and l Is scsin at the Fan CsrluM for afew a merely
I'ltlm! Beach; ,
MADE MANT IMPROVEMENTS.-: days lejr. Fort Lau nominal cost. St tost. CMr tar *** .. Practice Pi-.
Pore Tennessee cream: oa sale a
tbe home
Tt. repairs sad additions to W. D.N china ;
of M c J. A. Daaa at the comer of '1 Mr. A. W. Beed. cashier of the vllle. j: Biscayne Drag Comptny. 1C Franklin Coleman Bush, Director.
awl Avenue B. which Franklin County Bank of Hampton.
Seventh Street SAN CARLOSJaa. I
have bee under way for severalweeks lorn'a. is In town today. Mr. Bred has J. I If you have a house to rent try I II'

are aboat{completed and I whlcnattractive property at flails this rouary. Including : Butler, ., A Homer. |I
!: a fifteen-acre orange and grapefruit -
... made the house very
West Palm I.
sad commodious (trore which is thriri": n--r ami: W. R. I' We ...- 'am ream IB all ow . . . . . . . . . . . ..... .
the rare of Mr. R. F -. The cream auJ .:". have the plati i .
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BUILT TRAM ROAD -A ........- grave though: a young one. will rrn.. Ei-Oty )I.. FCRNISBXU SPIERS & MERCIER f
dare this about 1.bn, nffralt. BOU8J. 2a
built br the year
tlal tram road has been ville has .
Tenth street, for ... Apply. .
Florida Extract Works from the river the last .. .. 011_ ... ,

n. to the add factory OB Avenue O. shot at br a : '

the.road being used. to haul palmetto Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rickmers will only a few IJVELT CONTXST.: Real Estate Life. Fire and

root sad mangrove bark from the rivere leave Saturday for the North and la-'er rested by the .

the factory a distance of several from there for Europe They will return day he was I I One vote with-every tea cent paid Accident Insurance

-r. hdred yards. The factory la now to Miami about September 1st mayor OB the ; I subscription to the Dally Metropo- i>

ruining fall Wast There are several and begin work at once on their new and -. i I '.. which can: be used toward paytef Rental and Collection Agents

hundred tons of root on hand and .. home which will be erected oa their Gainesville hi worthy young person's war

It la constantly being secured there to recently acquired lot In the Brtrkelt while the I a correspondsoce coarse to <*

no danger of running out of material. property across the rlrer. This home peace Is at ...... or stenography. For fan : Office over Bank of Kay Biscayn?.
Th root Js piled. 1a rows, cord wood when completed. will be one of th ;i for I
I gvn. or & : read the ...,-.aca ... I Lock Box Miami. Fla.
tashloR. Ia th* yard of the factory- finest and mast attrartlre ra Miami.i look and act tm 177.

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each payment made on account of subscrip to the Daily Metropolis? a ticket will be given you 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 title containing 2 votes, a hree months subscription 13 votes, al'ear'[

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


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tickets of the second series 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 statement will be puLtished'showing the standingof each candidate at that 'date. All tee news delivered at your door for 10 cents a week and a vote in the Contest

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NIGHTFALL IN THE EVERGLADES I Iconic--. no clone tba: the variationsin
I II I the v-Jue! between gold and silver
i WTOawiw
The moccasla clip bin slimy length i have a determining Influence thereon. -I. H4WHHU.
i Into the murky pool. The product of the hand looms of
The 'ambu..bl1aLq1II..r set decoys China known at Nankeen, made from

... the finer school; I'. \arn, pmdurvd in the various c<
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The wary wild-sow toles her brood off t > :nlllB of China from both naa Clubbing Rates.
4 to the reedy brake.Whate 1-foreign cotton in the Ktronct i

serried cane from saurian C't' rtittir ,
preys a full-safe fortress malo.Tbe ...;- .} r Miller adds that th, growth 'i'l I rilt Ji "' r
f death-damp creeps along the the trade of United Statenttoxr !guo: .
round, the turf-mold flushes *.rt. In :V nhiiria. r>prwiits the greatest: tag
The hoot-owl gra'ely leaves his peph.I caps lion of I'nited States trade In 1 The people of Dade County will want all the news

/! the yellow CUB has net the Or and the year IfB pro'.'-* this year as it is to be an interesting one be-
to base (licen the largest: in its historyTb cause of the elections
shrill. discordant cry .erabl.t n:..re than in rhown came' I I..n >

'( Of the ghostly-tall blue-hen, .ltl1; n!' th' country through the pon of. |;g 3I I National State and 4
r. and Pun County
wierd succeeding sigh; Ualny Ariiiur and Iho iwhni
The wind-breath rough with ripple ale of imports" fiir.anled by )Ir. Mit4
the Kr 'ra-rum of the lake | ler to the IViartment| shows thai the =- -- -- -- -

.. .. \Vber. the poison vapor brew and (',,It..1{ States ban almost the entirefo'Hm

blow alone the cypress _brake;- trade In nittoa doth pa-wing : The Metropolis
And it sways the funeral 11I.that L. i '-h New Chuang
festoon the i other great competitor and the Has
spectral trees. j j' rfected
arrangements whereby it can offer
And trails them alone the onry bog Inwishing unknown quantity .' the imietltlon such attractive
} symphonies. I IAn II of Russian cotton KOO<|.. "to prints" inay rates for various newspapers ""IL- ..
Ii I that there shot-Id be no for
StF II Mr. Miller "I have reason to excuse people remaining -
awesome twilight like a pall ft*i. think it <* ctmxidenble. and In northern t!* in ignorance as to the happenings; of

f- folds the aspect' drear. I> Manchuria with Harbin ax center, w the year.

Whilst ghostly murmuring from the I am told bv the manager of the RUNM --- .
F swamp SMsall the timorous ear: Chinese bank that Russian. drill. and f| -- ----- -

The glowing foi-Bre In the march sheetings are driving; out the foiled

I t tares with Its yellow eyes. States good'. These Rnmian goods RATE.The .
Forth from his den the wildest steals come Into the country via Dalay. Port
i I! hit quarry to IUrprI.The ..;- Arthur and Vladivostok without duty *

if. circling Bre-flv: here and there un-' and we have no mesas of ascertaining Daily Metropolisand
f. sheaths Its sickly light their value." One Year
The momentary glare'but adds a pallor -'
to the Bight.Emmet The Wewahltchka. Gin Company Is 'J
Daily imes-Union $10.00
Rod well Calhonn.1IANCHUR1AN Incorporated In the sum of K.Smt. with |
J T. M-N>II as prenldent.
TRADE Boa as Tice-pmtdent. A. P Hlgglns. i Semi-Weekly Times-Union 5.50
secretary and treasurer, and J. R. HoIi i
e With America la-Growing Condition linger superintendent The company 't; Weekly |Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-

latermtlBg Report. expects to erect gins, perhaps saw mill : Union _
rtre bailer grist and syrup outfit. =2.00
W..bl.at.y IS.-A long and t Success to the .nterprisw--\Vswahrtch- With Atlanta Journal twice a week f j ac

Senator James P. Taliaferro Interesting report upon American ika News: With Weekly Palm Beach News [
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$2.
trade In Manchuria has Just been received I
A s-TARTUNG TEST. .
at the State Department from ,
Received 22.222'eICS. May 1Otm. Tailed States Consul General HenryB. :- -
To life. Dr T. G. ofi
save a Merri't Old subscribers
)Miller at New Chwaag. China. Mr. must pay all back dues before they
Suckle No. :\ made
mtJvcioolv 12,771 (i I..boopuPL. a [atlastest tJ take
Miller say It Is mistake to t can advantage of these offers and cash;
attributeI resulting la a wonderful 1 care.
the growth of Maaehurian I I ..!II in advance must
Taliafrrro carried counties of He writes.s patient was attacked <-; accompany all orders for
31 out 45 over the com- the ImlMiag of the Russian' railway.las these combinations.
with violent hemorrhage caused by ..!II
bined opposition of Stockton. the balk of the prodac Is hauled :
Jennings and Call. lacking; I II. |Iceratlon of the stomach. I bad oftea -1
only 962 of all. carts, which compete with the railroads I.!I ADDRfSS
a majority over found Electric Bitten excellent for', :
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la a hail of 4 miles or more. '
On acute stomach aad liver troubles so I
June jth he will le renominated as his own successor I IIt" erroneous to think that the
1 1I prescribed them. The patient gained I I"<
for the second term as United States Senator. Vote:|I raited State bas a monopoly of ten 4'
from the first and bas Dot had an attack Miami
Maaebariaa trade or that there Is ncsaueasfal ..!Ii '
toe him. .. rose petltor.- says the Co..1. .- .j la fourteen monthElectric '"';II Metropolis.,
Bitter are positively guaranteed for ..!II III.
'.. "as _
, there are four active ft'eB'|IDyap.Ie IlIdllr""tlCoIIatipetlOll

II II I at -.rIUoll. Neil striving for a |and Kidney trouble Try then OnlS"e > ;
I stronger bold oa the .raand the .
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I THE CIRCUIT COURT or Till I' ..... .
because
1I t'I was Prince Albert waa aMend
GEO. H. MEYERS
: STATES FOB+ fHE SOUTH of Captain Dreyfaa. who had

DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.. worked acajaat the French Government .
lbs matur *f Condensation *f Land aad a't'"e cterteo.Natiunaliiits '

I Electrical I II I :::*.*- Biacarn Bay sad the Atlantis were la accord. If not ta

the Brld .
acme with M. Jaurr the Socialist
Praaident ot tb. Unit.* State ef leader, who originated' the praarat .

!; I. aciUUoo.
,. I MIS I I John r. UOTT. It*., United State It te said that Priace Albert war ole :.
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I for the Soutara DMrtet fI _
Estimates for tended beta the late Pope Leo at
i I I : Onotinc: his but )tilHi. refused the 8C Peters j

f -C5fc"Electnc \\ I I knows t* Etaathaa T. FUld. alary genre netil bv Uuoaro, bcao thetaoney i
Light Wiring. I Oabora. Frank Ochora. Sarah C 0.I .- had its source ia mmbliac oerrmtioo '
, I I ". Viola L. Oaborn. D. D. Hoadrick- ..
!: Annunciator Work and Repairing of all ....... C. Hradrtekaoa. cad alary W. I

011 Ezacutrlx. cad Frank Oa- A POSITIVE NECESSITY. J
Rk i. Ezen...... *f the but will aad taatait ,
*f Kara A. 0Mera. FREDK. S. s her aonaa* mteraaud a the .*... I Marine to lay apoa my bed for 14 .'
daacHbad ...*.; the I days from a severely brolaed lee I 3

.. u a pMIUoa waa ai4 ta the found relief when t need a bottle *C i
I entitled caaa* praying tb* eaa I
... BaUard'a Snow Liniment I can chose
.- REAL of cereals laad for tb* a** _
tb* ratted ..acae. Jiicrlti a. fo.. foJly recommend It a* tae beat mc.- j
r .:: CmniiMncinv at a past *Mtk cine for braises ewer neat to till atIII *-
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minutes wad M fat rr-
Office in Cor. Av .C aid ed. It... now become a positive w -4eeaaltr
up BenhMmt rnriMT at the artbweta .
Watch this space / .etloa M. la ........ H apoa atyaett D. R. Pjraaa.. I
Miami. Dade Co.. I rtb. rnna. C eturt. nmnlntbaac*amrtb nwrchant. DorenrUle Teiaa. SSev .
4s.i- ie minutes eat about 11 ft 11.88. Sold by Red Croat Paamacr.
for change of tile vhwre af UM Atlants. Ocaaa. theses 4!.
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n( MM abort amitbrty tar about
POWERS MEAT f<.t. thence aWlb C ...... M aWa- TWO U BXTTJOTHA5 010.i .
west talons -r line naralM t* and i
....tI at right arc\N fivai the aorta Here a poiD-; .Ygmopou. j
Florida East Coast Railway I > boundary of this tract *f lad being reader' Tea) want to here ..... <
Choice: lines of Florida and Western tw.I. 101 feett''abvut ekf f*.t la law sad w* how how to help y*'. W*
mark!; on Mx-ayto Ray tbvae eao Is It aa yon pay a little more tha .
Sausage. Hams. Poultry ,. following aoid low water mark the p".r use |'per and get the tw* ]
1o.At@t.E:' 0. .. less feet thmce aonth 4 J..r.. .... _as. The trine of the Dotty
L Schedules. ..n..... mat lalonc a has aarallol te Titres-U tw aitd Uitiien ha reeentty .
I distant ;at right aackM from the 'bees reduced to the Mlowlnf nrltni.
Are You Going to hers tMHiiidary .f this tract *f land Three mouth. f I MBizawMUa j
...- described ltd* feet,) about HI toot S SSOa
t the o4at ,.f ee_m.it*_ .C _..... year. a a*
e.. JCT** ..... m Dad Co..
'- .more *r We propose to tend jo* bulb ta*) =
If it need
so, or you Floriea: Daily sad Monday TiaM.UahMi aad
kind you would not fail r ...*.. atnaau are I* sees- CHiiewan4theMv fur: 1i-4
.. tIMe and eaea ef then cad buy toil _&bI.._.............. .... a l 11
an peas lateiMted la *r bavta- ttf
_..... ....... Ie he sad appear o.r..;.end'yew; ; "the *-MiWeekly; ,1
-* UM Crremlt CMrt *f U. v.IW TiBM-L'aioa and) ClWaen aid tM "
J.A. McDonald tor UM lanrbafa DtatrM .( Pier Mrmeroua:
at Jackaoarm. w Mcaday. Jin
BH, thus cad thus .. SIt say abjae- :Six month. fl ** t
they BMT bays. and to ..... what One year. SMTho
..... they and acb .f them am*bars I fur M cent more thaa th
Deilersili\ ...Lit:P tai,Bair via-.Po tb* protonY baratak.,or* liinmii. I nrie*af the...,y.yes get tarn_* .
to skew Cause If any they. ... why and for tfty eent more than; the raf '
Yard V*(--.A teae*D aad MU. huxla should ant b* ru- ----l us- soar pries of *N. ..,.........,yes get '
-- ------- ---- to taw to tb* M* .( UM ITaitoi the """"'17 THnU*>e. amtCitiien !
.: a4 way such namiHarf I ace and the Farm. and Fruit
.W.d by taw .>*..!< not b* h4: why, Grower.
t ...Jf. should ant V9 aMHIHMIMv .0 arm Seed your abaeriptieni to s. task' <
.......: why a Jcdgmeet .f e** In advanee always. at the* p.1.... a
nu-t ahmilJ at b* ...A1 apes Tan Mrmoroua>> .
rr .*.... ., the aaM Jury ta ptres- lflaavmCooley
f l. now Ia *f tb* Statoto ta such aa* made .a
ai>.l prL.S.. aa BMT b* arOTV X by 'itA
---- FOR ta web b toM
eaa aa may airmjry
f WOO : *tb* TTaltot State* to aeair< a ar
t and fee atmal* title thirsts should & Homer it
J. A. Robbins Co. Window b* hat
w and dor tM nannrmbl Mrrin W. Fa, ;
work. tnaid Chief Jake of tb* SapraaM Court .
nc Red Esutc ui Rntil Aptts: .
e tb* fit1 State sad tb* Baal af
Harszosa ana Oarrtase R. S. .. Ort M the City *f J......,..... J ..

said. IM.tifct M th*. tWwnty-Mvanth List YAr Property Witt y v-i;
I epoaitory. + af April. A n. n*. 1ki -

4 after is FLAB*a Ml) E 0. LOCXK. ,.
remembered
Quality is long price Clark.
Dee ntee* of he, freak property.' ,-'II

forgotten. j jeh ORDER FOR "BtJCATIOX. 'mlnefe with riparian* walk of njrfctt the .,..wit&la.._eeabarot a few I, F.J-

F. W.r'I"the CJrruit Court. 3 vata Judicial Miami,being tM fet eo bay sad ..

r Quality Mkes the Bargain. .I Dade Couary. Florida too bearing fort tree deep- ,en katlog I&. This a lot to el a =. ..

, lia Ray T* Wad H. Ray dlTore piaee far a wisher home. }
e. '='asdllt2s Street. _,.n.T"'Jna I A .t apprartnK br affldarlt appeaded to

I now bays bill In the above stated mss that 321 Twelfth Street Silaer Bkt

beat "* H. Bar. the defendant tbd 4. MIAMI. FLA. ifWfcite

better t. non-mideat of the State of
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BLACKSMITHIXG. Inc plan Had .. mad U now resident of port- T
HEAVY Oregon and U over the age of
Inca. to*
'. F. B Haven Heree-8boelBWaandtCarriareiWorki All KtodaBnslatamp; | I am new rears: It la therefore or Earfe Barter Shot. $

""* t3old.ring" work. aerotl that said _Idt defendant fair C111rs. }
tin All Work Gura...... llnt-Claa natty doa la aid .. hereby required to appear to N. Wi4i f-
Send me bID of eomptalnt led Ia said mess Best Sirrke ii tk City. v.i

Shop Avenue D. window tfs. or before Haondar. the ilk,day of A. COLBY. Proprietor,

etc,'sad bi e A. D. 1104. otherwise the allefa- aoSTwetfraarreM.Clubbing ]
of aid bin win he taken a* eoa-
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by said defendant.

la farther order* that this order
published one a week for tow eon- 1
t SEABOARDAir McNeill & weeks in the Miami Metrop- e e Rates.

U
, (Dally a newspaper poJUid .f
5- costly sad Mat. You can :'
Feed and save money by sub
t : Line Railway Livery .. tad day of )tai. ISM.K. .
scribing for the
C Dea.+.ors p&pe3you
f.. 12th Street West of Clerk Qrcalt Court want through
F'OR
broke for ladies 8. 0. Prltu.Dejmty .
We have gentle horses Ork. The "

Savannah. Columbia, Camden, Southern:.Pines, Good IComfortable R. Taylor.
Solicitor for CompUInact '.
Raleigh Richmond, Washington!! Baltimore, Metropolis.

: Philadelphia. New York. First class Teams, and DISTURBS THE POI'R.
We can give you the

Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White H. la Hopffnl the rrw* Aa.- Daily Times-Unionfand

Seaboard New York Limited. bauador T<1n Recurs
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail .............." .................. Daily Metropolis for

-. May 14.-V tr aa'L.irtei f lo.oo year, or bock

Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida Pastime" Ua.with. to the he adU Frewhnnrat.*"d user lh. era-. for six months tot

I $ oo.
.... oat of th*. proUet acilast *
.., kia n l>ai Jram. I'ai'i. i'l-aeliiaj ..%tlra.- aia fara aa* *kaanatkM ean aaaraU*..MaTa .
aia<. New t.rk..m'Waikla i T>a U.I* I. Ngs.Ie eke MkmUM a of ... *. the french The
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recall tPrv
..I. ... _i..ril.Ut p..ddly.11e. -..eve f./.r 0-...tke.mMWwybeAd.l' .1.1wm3Only _a fasis..I Plaids__... K_ ... It will hi
...... :!CM a dull M w ta It. EAlad ky a .**r* .* timiuiit m.us .. to the Vatksn.
f'kta' __ >iii<-ai ....lib..Ira.*1..ack teM. Klvk. l i
.. I aM.w t<***.Hf9t..' *,- *... JMw.Mto.prig Uttt, pope said ma-:. ihto .:mine In Daafy Metropolis
line operating daily through sleepers fnm "< .sbcnpd..Chet a_...... ,_ T. tie this presses of nUty-f 1 : Italian a4 __,
JacksonTille to New Orleans. sled._her a Ileihd tt... Fan.Nash ud .
of
... .. aad the rat
G.Jaeha""ll.,na..ebb__.0...aM yes .w hi pvs if too
setting.. Thu. A.. a..dkid ... of the
day to the eoaiHeritton
,. Eon p.ua..aa..., a ,.n,wbs 'I Ie ,--. SemLVeeMTimesLmor3
lb..psrtu sr adwnl..wt will -b, ** with Teases reading. clip-
sir im..elast7 a h..tMd Cti.gaw. "..
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f- For full information end sleeper reservations call on any agent of tb* ,wishes .bled ad album er rNyanlys.rared from various newspapers on
ra.nM-eseib- The Vatican anthoriUea ho< '
;F Seaboard,or write ;',...,
)t. Shard win Boos retire too *
ladustthl Record ComoasJadtaavilk $550
A. 0. McDOHIKLL itCiilutsoatiie: Pit helnc Influenced by tie fart a yea*
F.. .. Th
I hi family to aUU her ,- Weekly Metropolis and Scat

S. C.BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. aQt.wa1.TER I u-to how LHantanlt* of Parts Weekly Times-Union both
\ .,......tta'aa.aaat'.A aft.'t 1 poaiaand of th* not of the .

--- -- addreaaed to the other power. one year. S2.OO.
varied to that ant to the

Cen ..... Government U daily becoming
inAllAII .AEII JACKSON! it. S ..
R. ThePioneer
TTEMJC
; fir*hest !*-.....*>., p.c*..sad Tru. I.......... It seems to be now The Pompano Inn,
aa was at ftrat supposed that

Indlarrrtlon err doe to the prln- 14.. UcComh, Proprintw,

Dade Qpugty Abstract
'rarmpoeaTr. d to the other Catholic State*. -
1 '--, ... of the Vatican having .
.\ $ I Informed" that Prince Albert of Accommodation* tor cellUe.ea "1
Sf WKLL BUILDING MIAMI. FLA. only. Produce buyers aad
.roo Intended to visit the Ring of licitora .will fad that they to-
Hotel Corner ". A further reason why the not cover more territory U a day cu't vA

r.. ..........-_ aM _..... Ak araet.Fr+.ad..wTies._.. ...... ...-.1 I the Principality of Monaco wag from here than from any othc< '"9
,_...,. hesdaw..b.AIr'" .......... .,. '- Lw..w..a..1 Woe.s-; ...: emphatic It to said at th* Tat- point on the Ii...

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4 >arajrvsr <3 arsrarararj WILL HONOR UNION VETERAN I FEVER AND BOLL-WEEVIL.

NEWS ON THE BAY. 2 i I
j Women of South Carolina App..lalI'Dlon .

Man* A< t. Being Investigated; Howard by la Chief Mexico.Entomologist I 500 Pair Ladies' Oxfords and

The Urge dredge owned by the Florida 1 Slippers
Charleston S C. :Mar :6.Whenthe I
Extract Co.. U receiving quite eitennive :-
rornrrstone of the monument to
repairs to her machinery and \\axhington. May It.-Dr. U 0.1
the Confederate dead in Oukwoori
Otherwise at the foot of Avenue G Howard, chief entomologist of the Department ,
. Cemetery. ('hoar,o. w an laid. about nix

Work on dredge No. 2 of the K E C ears aico. Col Henry L. Turner com-<< ''' of Agriculture, has returned

yttem which has been under w'a. (or mauling the First regiment Illinois from a tour of Investigation of the boll Just Arrived at Sewell's Shoe Store.

the part three month, in now about ::, Slate Troop. Bred a salute over toe weevil and yellow\ fever mosquito problems -

completed and It U expected it w lll grates' of the Confederate soldiers In Mexico. As n result of hlainvestigation I
much acainvt the will of many Grand he It Is
be ready to begin work In the hay by says possible
Utter Armmen Turner in niniM-lf a veteran for ),flow fever epidemics to occurat '
June 10 The dredge h'i nun in a
condition and with greater tauarity of the .Army of the Potomac. ..adI I higher elevations In Mexico than I _

a member of the G Rbut he fired MI far has been the case, and that :[
before
than ever
. the salute. and will be held In the such epidemic will occur at higher ele-

The auxiliary aloop Jupiter mhuhaaa kindliest reniemtiranx-> the survivors rations if nothing Is dune to check 200 PAIRS The Balance :

been out on the way be uat few of the Confederate armies and I them. Dr. Howard says however, that ,

days baring her hull scraped and repainted the pstrlotie'! women of the South. Mm.IJamen I I the Superior Board of Health of Mexico .

wan launched again thin morn- I Conner widow of Brigadier is working: energetically, and tryIng -- -. I-_L -+
lac James Conner, of General tons army | : to Improve on the Havana meth I I
. and president of the Charleston ('h.pI I' Of which are of the Famous i! of this shipment consists

The launch Seminole *a* hauled | ter of the Daughter of the Confedera odsDr Howard made. a thorough studyof "Queen Quality" make at of ladies' dress slippers

out this morning at Peek A, Baileys ha sent a wreath to Chicago bearing I the bull weevil! situation In Mexico. $2.50. These goods are for dancing and eve ng

for minor repair. .to.her. hall the following subscription- but failed to find the boll weevil parasite the essence of perfection in wear made of Pat Kid

', "To Col Henry I* Turner from the He discovered, however that the I shape and The
Springfield and a style. wear- fine Dogolan Ribbon Ties
The trading sloop |!
'I' Charleston. S. C. Chapter DauJChtf'f1I loll weevil haM reached an elevation
In today ( ing quality is unequaled. We Strap Sandals
number of other roanters are I I, of the Confederacy with the request''of 6.//1110 feet which Is much higher and Ox

with rarRuM of pU..-. from the. kenMfMbtt that this |. lroetto wreath shall be than It was expected. the pest would have them in Turn and Welt fords. Prices ranging
.
Peck-- &--, -Bailey, the well placed by him on the grave of a repretentative gn Owing to the climate. Mexico cannot I Soles, Dongola and Pat. Kid I from $l.7o::>> j to ,43.50.

and bulld..n.&rP [ Federal soldier In appreciation adopt the remedial measures whichare :.. _-== __ : _
known khlp carpenters -
and a< Kno. ledgement; of Colonel u>ed In this country, and on account
the keel and frame ofnn
laying
now : Tumer- fearless, soldierly cour- of the great ravages: of the weeni .; :;
auxiliary yacht to be built for Mr I v ua
axe amwl- a'lverne circumstance*. In Dr Howard expresses the belief
Ralph Wonhiagtoo. of Cleveland O ,' I E-
cling: military honor to the Confed- that Mexico. could never compete will ,
will be fifty feet 0..1'all cc Iv -
The new yacht I crate dead In Uakvmtd. Cemetery Chicago ,;,: the I'nlted States Dr. Howard also f
and about '
by fourteen feet beam : He honored our dead South j ItUited: Louisiana and examined the / EI I
dr. The frame III being :; EI
ft
thlr!) ,lne i- .1'-.....*..... **..uia ..:. lo l..11. lhtr1!- r.d .i.or.: a built of hardwood material and
I I dine from Federal to Confederate In ; keep the weevil out of that State Dr. | |
craft will be handsomely equippedand I
the '',, perpetual grateful memory." : J. H. Slub..... director of the Louittlana c: <<
provided enpertally with all modern c:
State experiment stations, says he feel I I
convenience for pleasure ana j CrtOP BI'LLETIX I'I O... ...
i-lDlld..at that it can be kept out for
will be i
rmiaing. Her engine very I ,2
f I
Home year The Louisiana shore of |I .
powerful and It la expected she will Condition of Agriculture In Florida lit
the Sablne river ia the most danger- tile
I
jderelop great iipeed She" to be During the Past \\ eekThe !! c:
on* means of spreading the peat Into so
completed In time for next season H ;! ...
Louisiana( from Tn... The test m -
J meek was generally fayor.bleI !
pleasure U heavily Umber- o.
I the State boundary
farm work but the coed of suffici- .
eil. and la patrolled by men forwhowe I :
._ i*tti ant of next week the )awl rigged lent rain materially retarded the growth services the State U reimbursedby i .0c- lit
owned by Captain i jof some CTOIM Some relief however S
boat Orten. 1 I _
the Federal authorities, and In two en
1 from the extreme (I
known authority on wan experienced O
well :
Gregg the ( 'places In the State where the wee,11appeared
well distributed ,
balled out at Peck *: BalhoJ' droughty! condition by fairly > enA
lab. will be last year the rropa are not
sixteen feet being showers during( the first day : =
and cut la two. being cultivated at all thin --. to O
The Orienla of the week.Prrlpitattnn. t
added to bar length. 1 l O :IcJ2 ,

now .:3* feet long and the addition wa excessive over the ,,: t *

:win make her M feet over all. that extreme south portion of the State, When Nfajof St Clalr-AUams expresses I -- --

Adding materially to her acroaroodaUona ;where low-land were flooded. Low 1: an opinion It come pretty

and fitness for long: cruteea and I night temperature Were unfavorablefor ,( near being: strong enough to bank on.

plessurinl( cotton, the wands of which are :,I This being the cane lie baa completely

j* . ,;) generally poor Complaints of retarded [ undermined that ONw.rd .and bugaboo John Sewell & Bro.

"*, v The aii iBer Miami nailed tats morn I i germination. and Tnu<'h replanting | and shown without a questton

tng: tor Key V** and Havana with '( roattnue. One correspondent states | of a doubt that the Governor of Florida .

one of the heaviest freighta of the sea that about O'I*-I.o..lr of his crop of cot- cannot deed away State lands Just

nun and eight paaaengers.Ton 'ton' wan planted during the week *F he wants to. even If he did want

. The early planting of
; TUter Tall tla India launchowner. i worked aid free from grass Cora is i i i Darl at an B"t Tie will commit If THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE in Miami.

came: down the river thla morhtu .......ard. some receiving its last I[elected to the odic.... Broward'a argument I S .

Iron the Glades and canned quitea working Melon, peaches and pineapples :', won't hold water any more thin

little Interest by running about toe are being shlpiwd. The fruit he will get the Job June 7. .. -
bay front In his craft. Tom 115 the I I. .small owing to dry weather Cltnik''

only Indian launch owner la the State trees over' portian of central and

and poMlblr In the country. southern district were Improved "YI j jkho 1|,i VOTE FOR J. R ABRAM. THIS :3ECU.M PRIMARY CANDIDATES.Below .

...er*. '' NEXT SHERIFF OF DADE ( Ot'NTT! World's Fair Rates

5 LEGAL PAPERS.I IM the list of those who will

Tb following paper were filed forrecord C '. to make the rare In the necondIpr'mary

In the rlerk'a office, circuit on Jnue 7th for this iounf.have Via

court, todayWarranty : ..itr.i!I. ..tee senate '
deed E. M' Rabbet ux to ---
:. -J\MK8- I'. T.". .\ 'tHR" The L.
Clarence S Cuok. for $ ./IIIO kit .... .- & N. R. R.A
JoltS N f HTIM'KTO.V
block t!:. Miami.' :

-.t Bill of vale Clarence Cook to & C ., .... .' .ernor..
\ .... forNAIUI.KON one i
Humph for 'MNI,00 the bar and fixture .i. '" ; ,
/At .
) .
went of Avenue D and Twelfth Street. sa't .' -.- R BROWAKD Fir.t- .,,.- K\inr ion I'.itt. from J.jiLv>n\ilIc: !.. Nt. I.uu-! end return
.
Mortgage deed. J. D. West and Clanpace .t ; x I ADAM* ,
for SXeo' l>fgini inn Apiil j,lh; tickct-.Id! iljilv.
Cook to Ed. C. Rnmpb ., -.. 11 t\* t h: ,'*>nK.*K'.
-b '.' 1 1'f ,\'. .> f..r one > :7> ". return linlll' Dnij'h..
lot I, block 123. Miami. { 5> Sjv'/0 return: limit (s> ijv'. $z1.50
... -- --
Warranty deed Petrine Grant Land; >'it.t\Ke1\RK It.tulnlir.it 1C ,\I.jHiul .\ -.

('o. to Henry M. BroRdon: fur' $list lute J' -; -- Jf \-IRK.For :'( Coach KxrurviDiis S2'>.9 roan' I trip Return lion' 10 dirt

4 and 5. block 77. Cutler SV- ..vurf >I...,... fm..in ii.tc of ...k. T'irketsill only i)u \b.\" ir);h Joel Jl..t.
Warranty deed Mary Brtckell and l V..a.for one I
Corrt p"nJill !J"w rjlt from other
; -
haband to Alice A Bradley for $0 Wt JAMES E. BKOOMACRAWFORrT" J JXMKIThe

e' Iota 1 and 24. block S3 south Miami.. --.;:- LAT '---
Deed Boston and Florida Atlantic L. & N. Is THE BEST LINE to St. Louis.
rig- lvniiiHn. AILnTXy.H .
Cost Land Co. to A. J. Huakey for -.J

$7S.i$' s acre In section 11. township H. FROUT ATKISIOS. For.he.lulc., .Icrpin7| tar ner\ jtit.nor furthrr "inf..rntstion'p,.;_

U _th. range 4 leant R T.ivilinFoe \\ rite to

Mortgage deed tonics Webber et UX
Ta* onttrna.Fee J.M.FLEMING, C. l. STONE
ISaOW pest ban
to Soula C Clifton fax
< tor -.J fl*. Paaa. Art., 206 W. Bar St Jacksonville0..
P. Loiunlle.
lot !. block 4*, Weat.Pain Bearii. GAL'TIER Aft-
T 1\0.
Warranty deed. Octarla Merrill and

husband to Prinrtlla H. Scott for |2
land In section I', townnhlp For Clerk Circuit_ Coup.
Vote tor )
11 south range 42 east
K. C. DEARBORN.
Warranty deed Mary Brickeli and SEABOARDAir
----
husband to.Albert B. Wan for $22&tin- J. 8. FREOCKICK.

Work 1$. Fort Landerdale.la roe Blwrlff.
Vote tar one.)
-- -- Line Railway
J. r. ABRAMB.
Putnam county, where Bob Dais 1I -
.
JOHN FROHOCKTKACHER8
was rained and spent his life, nearly FOR JL.

every man voted for him. and this

U aa It should he. KXAMIXAT1O.VThe

When a fellow Is a candidate for I, Savannah Columbia, Camden, Southern :JPines,.

Governor and If his own people who Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore

know Um best kin neighbor with regular June examination fat I I JPhiladelphin. New York. ,

whom a* lives, all want bits endorse teachers I. Dade county will begin lathe

bits sad vote for him, It la pretty good .chool house at Miami. Tueaday.- : Three Elegant Trains Daily.

vMear that he is the right sort of a June :th. I**, at o'ctork a. m. rM- Seaboard New York Limited.

teen.If. EON. FRANK: : CZAR X: ,I agoiar: Seelejr'. DeW wUool man ace- Seaboard Express
oa the other hand his trie** and men? All tea. hem who desire to take Seaboard Mail

neighbors la the county la 'which he CANDIDATE: FOR CONf.ROS: ; thin exauatfuo will notify SnperlBtrndent ,

liven do mot want him. It lam bad ree. ASP : Mrut at n"11&'I..Ia.. PTa i Modern Pullman Equipment.Mubwri .


o.a.a/Woa. hem 'tblsg but a boy :3oi2. S3rd. L. Carter: Public Z. T.InatnKtkMI Merritt.Supt. i ...
Bob Davis w a I 11e \n Tork Uanf l H a mubnlrtl tr"c ... ,
..., 4...... .... -r- r1d.oy s .Rra
.ult.. and went al OFtJAINEsVILLrl.: FLA. : Snn.rbsrtdnwlep n "J _""t....
akoaldered his .. .. ....J eIeev::,!e "' .. y.... via ... UI\o epein.e ...14
his eoaal/y'a eaU to the front la oe- I t I There are away Taag Mnpi -4 '.''''_01110 L.,......".7Mwlb.5sd ihN irate.."."'_"'s.tn'tmr.u the- .av3 a1M......*tam.LI... .
i will be in Miami and will address the
Jeaa of home and the Southland. H. i Miami and Dade eomaty later***** to

Barred M a private aoUlar and bore voters at the FAIR BUILDING on learning book......... sat iRemsRs Only line txperatinff daily through sleepers) from

with others the brmnt of hart). HeM I I ",. and Can Metropolis .....- cis Jacksonville ttt New Orleans.) ...,y.
> bees. tried and proved faithful on Friday Night, May 27th. I I make It poaalble for two tt the. III

an. otrarioaia. and If nominated for have a chance wtuoat tkatafto e..t fit a
Governor win be Governor of all the on the pending- i issues of the t-ampn.| ; Mr. Carter is one dollar. Far faR euna af tk*

peopht of the State of P'JorIdL-Juper of the most eloquent speakers in Florida and those who" hear plans tee tke atxtt pace o( this gaper ''I for full information soil\ klerprr rcMrrvan.MiS call on my aj-wrt of tlM

Kewa.VpTE. him will agree that he is justly entitled to the oft abused expression Seaboard, or write

"the silver tongued orator." ON JUNE: Ttk FOR Jilk
VOTE A. 0. McDOHNELL
t latjto. >tajS Jicisonfilie Fli.
I
ON JUNK 7th FOR J. & FREDERICK FOR CLERK Or THE ,

FREDERICK FOR CLERK OF THS,;I' peaking win begin at 8 o'dock sharp. Lades; invited j COCRT. S. C.7BOYL8TON.
Jr., Pass. Agt.