The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00325
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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\ )lung |" r-" al | 'r-ua"lUli.n
A .., .. ,jl I has IMMIi Made Martinique the of1iami Nia DREAM
; r :itlv K th i'.t,4u: .t I N III Be to Steamer \I1J People the i tart o! tho- iiiiir-i> d t in edit itional '

.it..:" !I"r II," 'n: 'ii. lOt all formal ..
III all. r. Mr Iturdme ha* coi-
I ies Vibic' this Summer'
& at Ha\ana. Have
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Hi- fur tin! tnii-l-r In .
-'iitei! to a-' m l 1M' a 'aTdiiUtfl for
* l MaN of Hi. < om' i--ion, h. M li% hef "ml..r of ti) .. ("ountx'hool burl'

.1 'jnama <'a:'iitl ('''01l'allTh...". formalities I ,- tiom ilit- Ilr..1Ir

hasr..a< hid -tr' h an ad- l Hur.lme realiethat Is .
it a -ir.fiie
|Prominent Bridal Couple o I \ amtiltasi that praiti< alh nothing 'his Summtr"OBiD. Begin Next I he Bos Min Turn out.' Memorial' Dig I lor |I"'r-onally and in a l.ti-lnr-< Manchurians Believe Brit"i'sh .

...,, make. (lie transfer I Mulklans *
r..n. to complete Boiler intitrdto way for him to his time to this
Month...V* Bilyc "nl. Beds First Time-Al give
i and
U. S. 1
| a 25.000 Mile Journey 011" a master of l precaution work. but there ha been such a univerbal [ Ships

i the .lei i 1 ills of the a.Io" alrei.lv: takenare i and other Improvements.n ; Join il'inaml) from those who have
..... I
t no mail public (MinTInK, the oieet I "-rvoil with him and otb"h that h.'
: InK of he stockholders. of the (oinpaSaturila I could not longer refu-e to abide by

ny \ when It it expected' I II their I.hI'!!.

}DOMING; TO MIAMI the final Irall.r..r .of the concession ) or 'about :May l<\ the steamer ''1 The :Miami Curvet Band will be reorganized The Metropolis is I particularly ASSISTED JAPANESEIn

I ..1II1 :ratified It tan lie stated. however :Martinique Captain Dillon of the Peninsular for the summer The nritrehearsal pleased to learn Ih.tIr: Rurdine will
I that the action already takenpositivelv i Occidental Steamship Line bit
} of the members was held remain on the board ax bv previouslong
' I assures the owner-hip of the mill IKhauled out oq. the dry dock In lat night and tartly attended and and valuable .service he will be'

ttMr. : canal b>' the I'nlted States Havana for extensive repairs; that will dispite, the fact that many of the men in position to do great god for the

L; and Mrs. Samuel [. VMiitmireWstiriguished take. several weeks, and which will have not touched their instruments county Bombardment of Port irtJiar.

and I CHINKSE VNXICM'S TO KICHTChaoghai 'when completed, make her practically ,sime last summer, they showed. up :Mr EC Parrish of Vest Palm Americans Said to be in Dangerof

: ,Journalist I I April il -.a. :\Ia"u I as good as new well and manifested much Interest in Reach and Mr \\'. U hlemeyer, of

-'", Authoress Win Write Story of KUI1. commander of the Chinese armyon In the work to be done will be the the re-organization, which it in Intended : Jupiter will be ('.ndll.t.... from the YWence-l) S. WiU Protect

I the Manchurian border report taking. out of the old and putting in to maVe larger and better than first and second di tri< I* and both ar-

Tour for Benefit :of future that the Russian! troops are moving I a new bilge keel laying new boiler lever before men well qualified for the positions American War CorrespondentsTMO -

weft of the Liao river He says it is beds and doing other expensive. work I Another rehearsal of the member '
Bridal..Couples-11711 also Visit difficult to control his troops, as they I ito the hull and Interior of the chip : will be' held tomorrow night and it i isthe ; SENATE CONFIRMS:- NOMINATION.Washington : Japanese Spies GatKjht-

are anxious to attack the Russians I I All of her planking will be refastenedretaulked .
of those Interested to Russia
' intention Issues
1. The Paper Money.
j. Cuba and South America.their I April : SenateIn
.. and reroppered.. The machinery make their Ont appearance in the Memorial -
I OCALA WILL HAVE FAIR.Ocala will also be ,...m..tal..1'tbroulCbout executive session co firmed tbe following -
Day exercise next Tuesday
[I 21. The director of nomID.tions1IIam: Wlrt
| April and the engine and boil- There are thirteen active member .
the Ocala Fair Association at a r ntm..llnc en worked upon and put in Jlf'rf..t' invitation Howe United States Attorney for the i iF..ast..rn
the and
i now in organization an
.. Berlin April SI -A correenoiijen'
bridal tour and a the took decided to bold I' district of Loilslana.' Postmasters -
OR steps a condition for next season' run to Ha-
extended to all musicians In I
is Carolina at Harbin under date of the 16th : South ( Chas J. Mul-
material! that county fair the coming winter and it ,
gathering i vana. I
sane time the city to come out and practice .llbIh..m "
+ : Great bitterness has 'been
Mber young ou 1.s u..... 'I.. believed that It will be on a scaleas The material for these repair It'' and join the bandSben key Westminster: A abama. HattleN taya aromed 1
.say help Tabb Thomasville, Virginia Reverly throughout/!: Manchuria against I'.ritifh :- J
fir after big as lilt) State fair ever held In now arriving and la stored on the terminal -
fleeting a route for their \ fully equipped the band will A. Davis and Americans, because It I Is le.lleved .
1 Rocky Mount
> |Samuel l E I Florida. i dock her!. There are twenty
aJTiage. M*. and Mrs be open to public engagements and their vessels. took part In the '
Whitmire arrived In Savannah tnrlyllat 1 I crates of copper each rate holdingsix will furnish public concerts on frequent : bombardment of Port Arthur while ;;

Tilght on a 25.0tM-inlle wedding FAILED TO APPEARCandidates hundred or more sheet: several occasions during the heated OUR HEROIC DEAD firing the Japanese flag :
of bate of felt and caulking and a
Incident quan-
Interesting months bun custom In
tourney the a+ the pant.ummers I t The belief is apparently due to foe 1
the puhli- tit)' of bras and other copper fittingsfor !
which are to be given to The orchestral 1 part of the "lit that the Japanese fleet wa inner"iarper
book form, says the the m*'hlnerr Lumber for the Is alii J
e&rt1 In July In hand especially proficient an are that the Russians" had exp- ted t

',i''EavaoEah NewsJMr wood work I I. expected daily The the others, the majority of them being .t to be, and inn hl.I"1 l\esieN of an ,

x Whitmire I* a Gf-orgian. by birth For State Offices Disappoint material mill bo taken over on the artIsts with their resi-ective{ rtnsrumens Appropriate Exercises to Be Held unknown type .J

though; It ha been a dozen or more :Miami on her next trip. I The bodingf. / N<> Klronn that \rner'-! .1''

Cyears since be left his native State to J> Miami PeopleBy The Miami which will be on the Those' now In the band with theirinstrument Next Tuesday cans and Itritish are not safe anywhern -

.eess r hi* fortune In New York new- .- Key Wei-t-Havana run during thesummer are as follows in :Manchuria One \tneruan <'
manare Cea! I I. In good: condition and will \\'. E. leader -
Youngs cornetRoddy
so )
: per where! and several others have disapenoa{ '. .
need very little work outside of haulIng !'
sad so few are chonep Mr'b 'mi Burdine, cornet and the authorities, are looking. forthem. .
tit one of the few hare flail 10')01 Going toy Tampa from Key West .b.t .1 out for a day or two to serape and :j W. E. Coombs, clarinet Line of March and Those Who Are l to islet .
Mho |
I repaint the hull and this will not be | ,
u this t W. C. M" ..r 'II
gird stead, Here 1IIDMCe4 done until late In summer i' Part to die Proceedings
:;:1t'a to Georgia c a Ills, I' Cemtofl 1 1i the or early D W Moran trombone I was arrested in tort Arthur and talon

bridal tow under contract to t-i nout i Probable Reasoes Why. I Ii falL A. B Weaver trombone of die Day. Mukden: and hanged 7A

A novel .t... ....!'jr of pie poi opal I i I II \\- G. Thomas, trombone.E. I The Pal)", I... so called flower lnMirj ,

-.titles which be visits\ featured ik his ALEXIETF-S RESIGNATION R. Young; tuba. on the Ijar river and mostly under r

dory. wblfch\ shall at once I* a dlurrtour ;I Tels Tsia. April 21.--Ruullllta here Dr. Enloe, altoS : American flag and earning: Amenrwagoodi

etl the couple now making the The candidates for State offlces other believe Viceroy Alexleff'i resignation Vanlandlngham; alto The Coi r".rale.I..ranll with tKc:r I : have been ,.rublhll""' .
to future couples who ha not been' accepted by the govern J. F Ross drum.
4 guide snare
a than those for Governor who wereu..tPd I friends will memorialize their dead onthe Southern :Manchuria ha. lieen MIMITed -
..ntare on a eddng journey. ivan- 'ment. A. K )McMullen baits drum for several month for
Mitts here last night from Key I I oth day of April by appropriateceremonies j ) supplies 4m. 4-
.h. among other Interestingi I II lined for Port ,Arthur which l h' ..al'C.
the West to address the voters of Miami .
the Is to i i '
South. I
i | In lie
provisioned for two
rJ1IJ. <
I and Dade county, failed to materialIze. NEXT TUESDAY THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER. I THE PROURAM I *

tit: watt only a week ago; yesterday I Procession will be forted promptly{ I I \\ 1'ROTKCT ('ORRESPfrr- .;j

at Mr. Whitmire ,took ucto hin.M-lf It will be remembered that thesegentlemen at 9:10:: a. m. on the corer I of AvenueI DENTS
l- bride though the; plan for the tour I
In Key West Tuesday : and as followsMiami : SIMlniMer I'.terxliuricpril :I Ftrr.iga
spoke )
Remember that the |
bad been mapped out several wetkr registration books close in all the toting precinctsin TwelfthStreet I l.am..torll' has been n..li"'l

The Idea of the schema M slra- I night but owing to a confusion of the county next Tuesday April %6th, and that hose who are not registered 1. Band. I I .
that th i r.'te. S'ate* has rraei<..
that Mr. Whitmire ant hi* bride : schedule they could not get here by by that time will not be permitted to vote either In the fiat or secon-l 1 The Mayor and in nr all rights she have under -

travel over the South. ("'ul.a J.I I I I[I the. regular sUaner, to make the primary elections | I riages "drrm..n. Internaional law rnv in be event irf any the .

Central America and th. }jorih- This is an important matter to new residents and thoM who have recently I 3. Rifles, F. S. T. .
date last night but cent word over American citizen being(; all'.t..J by theRussian -
portion of South America. MrJUnire become of age and should not be overlooked 4 (( erate Veterans
th.bo did come Tuesday that decision in case of war cur
la writing his norrl as be BV Take the trouble to go *-H see If your name is on the books You a.av .5 Lad lei Memorial Association, in
I respondents' using wireless' .
and making the scene of manyhis hey would charter a tug or launch be mistaken about ItT carriagesSchoo. teleicraphyThe J
oWlftiatlon does not involve aprnteot
t best situations in the mlthat ,I aad I i leave there directly after the I I C. children: w *

l Is to visit, tots affording an .."'.....1t ',' lieakng, In the:the Island City and In \ PALM BEACH. NEW SUIT AND APPEAL. : 7. Sons >f Conf..rale.I..ranll.. against Duke. Russia(", rip I is courseGrand protect< AM

and atsame 8. Thoseprocession who wish to join in the
accurate ,
opportunity fpr -
(chat way reach Miami In time to fill |1 against returning' to Rusxia He desires -
time Interesting :Messrs Davis and Taliaferro Receive Filed in the Clerk Offlce Every citizen and visitor ;
de'M'rfptiw"I' the date last night i[ to go back. to Port Arthur a<
ants of these, Various Enthusiastic Reception: Court being cordially Invited !I
Today I .
'I I soon as he ha ...,m"l..nfr"'O.r.! . 'Whitmire Is eminently for ]I This plan evidently fell through or I The march will he down Twelft* .
Mr James. M Williams, of West but his mother insists on his return
.i work be has undertaken Tie Is a'': else. they would have been here To In the clerk offlce circuit court I'today Street' to Avenue C aud thence to the home J

_paper man of recognized alone il I'IJ have done this would have necessitated Palm Beach candidate for sheriff of; G. W. William filed Auditorium.AT .
notice of :J
who but made goad In tht beside Dade county Is In the cny today on THE AUDITORIfM HPAS-;: = SPIES CAICIIT: ,
a heavy expense a I suit and preaclpe for summons In
difficult tasks that fall la the I I and business I a The band will discourse, after which Tien Txm April :21 I Two Japan- .(
I la
bird and trip more suit A. L. '
ben of the Fourth Estate A. I Mr. Williams say tbat Messrs. Davie by Simmons and wife; v*. Rev Dr. Fullwood will open the exercises have been taught: disguised as l.atnsewith

dent for the !New York J nur. than probable th. plan was abandonedaid the P. O. Steamship Co.. damages: with prayer.Col. ::.M> ponds of giinrotton: in their '\ '
and Taliaferro an the other candidates -
during be' Spanish-American war i i a new itinerary will be made. I $100. W. M Williams will deliver an j .,,_ton while attempting to' dn tn>y is

sent the Brat new received in this : :Many person waited around Agricultural were given a warm and enthusiastic 1 There wa also filed the appeal of address. After music Judge( John C the Noon I bridge:

try of the sea battle at San ago reception tt ere last night Gramllng: will recite Then MitchellD y
Hall until 8:3/1: last night for I I Cha W Miller and J. T. Brundage.partner They hate l>een taken. to Port Ar-
i was aboard Hearst' yacht A alta. Practically every voter In the town Price Esq. will deliver an address thur for examination as to how
them to in an appearance', and bad they
I put
the first naval battle took; fbe ..... I and many ladies turned out. The *, doing business under the 'followed by Col J. T. Sanders on the secured. Chinese passports Afterwarilt

was present at all of'th< iE. i- tl'ey come a good sized audience firm name of M.omi Transfer Co.. v*. part of the Sons of the Confederacy they will be' dealt with
( meeting!; was strictly a Davis and an onlinie 'o
t land engagemfnt* In Cu I would have greeted(; th..m.Later. i Emma C. Beck, her husband and JCBeck. Sheriff Frobock will be' the Marshal marital lawWIU .

was with Marshall the, ( ', Chairman W A. Filer of the Taliaferro affair and these sentlemeof'P'elved j 1' of the Day assisted by Marshal Flan-1 --

.ndent. when be wan oo1al'' Dade' County Executive Committee. a splendid ovation and generous j nigan SEEK NO LOANS

I'sklrmiihlng before the l' wired Key West this morning for 1..1{ applause when they entered the I THE MEETING TODAY. I Col R. R. T lylor ha been assigned i I' St. Petersburg April :II I Ruwia
Juan He also saw ball and during their addre_. I the complimettary position of Intro- has made a new issue of fifteen million

the young New Yorker| fall I ft rmation regarding tile above p..tle.j| during the spei ,ken and Captain May j dollars paper currency against the

i the beginning to the j I end of that' i n en and received a reply that they I Ibid ANDREWS RELEASED ON BAIL. The County Executive cumtll"r.'j. Commander of the Camp will be the free gold in the State bank.

campaign. Whltmlr!'* was In left that city Tuesday Bight for Bruce Andrews the young white met this afternoon but the Master of Cere nonle and In command j All sorts of figures on the cost of

midst ol the tlgbt. and ,did some : Tampa Further than this no Inforn man who ha been In jail for sometime the meeting must be until tomorrow In entirety. the ..arue: printed abroad. The Associated -

!.the beet newspaper work I, that I was atloo wit given on a charge of having caused the I owing o the lateneaa of the The Ladles C rgaalzatlm. wfl be pro- Press correspondent I Ia aulaor'atlvely -

pU6ed. during the' war. Since I death of one J. T. Lovett by atrIk.OII i bour of adjournment No business of aided over by Mrs. Cal. Bylngton and Informed that the dally

r doa* of hostilities, Mr. !\\-hltilre I I name' of the book baa not yet been him on the bead with a brick and who I! i Mrs. Oramllngj; ( average expense on carrying oa the

bees engaged In. .,.dlcate kndha I d.ermlned upon It will probably be bad bond for his release fixed by Judge special interest wu transact I IENTERTAINMENT .- war I la tTSn/WO. and yearly. expenditure

; story work;. In this line h* .called Tbe Diary of a Tweoty-flve- Jones at the last term of the circuit JEWELL TAKES COMMAND t250.000.000.
tilts a success la New Tort.: U ouaand-mile Wedding Tour or : court was released from Jail yesterday No foreign loans have been negotiated

Wbitmlr bride who was ),Ira. '-What We Saw Besides Back Other. afternoon, tbs bond of 11,000 bav Pensacola .Fla. April, 21.-Reav-Ad- by the government. and non* U
of Cbatti iii I IaM Ito Mr. and Mr*. Whitmire win remain. one-half his father Quits. a number of people from
Steward soogay. lag been given, by mlral Theodore P. Jewel baa aammed desired if It can .. avoMM. a* practically

Bid. la his wort4| She has i In Savannah until Thursday looking and the other half by friends U this Miami will go down tomorrow eveningto command of the Bmropeajt squadron << the total war expense Ran b* / 11

'several \Fears been a aewmpapsr; \,or the sights of the dty and .nborb I dty. Andrew has many friends her the entertainment to be given by going on board bU flagship the Olym- raised at bone.FLORIDA. .t

.of ability. ,U .I"'I I I few ;They are. stopping at the Pa1Mk1' and W say be win bar ao trouble toprove the pupils of Mr. Erie Haifa school at pia which has been detached from, .1

1M baa
mock.to aapdM' I{saw of the ma.... interest It has '' !| O cou.t Grov Tb. European aqnadron *. the flagship. Wa-inlngton. April tl.-The Prrnlt
-. : i.. rreeatlr been attracting Muini a to.rists'kp > V WITT.-Salt for diTOTM children' have been trained, and Uteri
CUOord Steward abs IweU .
; Admiral! J. ..& aa in.. command of today sent to the Senate tbs CMlowlB
ta tb* 'aoeWy.wkaJ., : ._ From here th* eoupto will to vaa iastttctsd today m the dr- la *o doubt but that on lbs occasion the. squadron reeeotlr equipped nominations: -
Miami shod by W. J. Arnold against his tb.,.of give erUeac.. ; Postmaster
nWbJtmlre to JackaeavlUe, Harass Jn- cmtt the One prothey ..' Rear-Adm,1niJ ChNgisk, who .. .new Florida, Harry C. Budge. Miami; Roy t

has already written i a ales, sad then om to Central ..J wit.. Mary V. Arson Price sad green school have JUde during. thej. IB command- ,.. oC.the. Sontli Atlantic, S. Hanna St Pvteribarc. Georgia

...,..1 of his aovelj thon r the.(Iou Amerka.ft.l OaatUC art petitioners attorney. year. J tatIoL H i it."J Harry 8. Ed..arclI. afaooa.

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Alk.tM-u H F LaSalle. \ L. G. E. KNIGHT -
.....raur I* Jsniiiinr
Crawfordft Funs D \\' M I Leffler, C. D. w J. ')(ETCAU' Mrs C
Peterson CIS Lake
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romptrutl. 1 .:,...\r. ,.. .
McOonsld. J A.Burdine -
TreaiirrS. \ Hn h F ( W H ROSSEAUT .
...,......: '. ., hn.Yl.w !1.llft."d ..V. M Maynard. W. i. J I peka. Kansas says: "Of all the coach
a..w..i. a rill. .if I'Ul.lH 1.1" "|"II... wm Partial List of the Candidatesto I HAYGOODI .
t..t.. B> mgton E. T. '..rrltt. 7. T. II I I HARDYJOHN I remedies Ballard'. Horehound Syrup I
..,,, ..i r \m"U"'r 1 B, E10 IuA.Jutaut !: G.Bailey | K ,\ CH \\\ FOUDC
... ....r..l J C K. tourrLT.I Bridy.E U be Voted For in This O MULLIKIN.:
is my favorite; It has don and will
... .itl ra.tere liirriiMl ImIT.vcrra'Pawl B. M. \\r\ert\ 1 *. H |
Tlt>jt..''-''''''. ( ,s.plnN4r' .rea prci \\' \. MOCKER. JR. JOHN HARPW ,
.", ..*.) Cjfnt-ra1' ai.u t.*auiii.>ji>iitr ol AifnJ Budge H C. Morse Fred S. County at the Primary A. FILER do all that Is claimed for It-to spedily -
e, :. .e.o.w..a. r Moore T. V I
.' Klij-4tit:; *. itwurrganC Bro-.sier G D. C D
b. 111" L.nrrqur j II CLOUnJOHN I.EFFLER. cure all coughs and coldi-and It to
IAr7.4Mafr Ayoror. ) /.If real. Ir Burilioe. J. M.Backus. McDonald W. HMcKlnnon. Election.
!.. .. n.lrti.if I'ubla laMr....11.' I ; A. HENDERSONW ; W J. SHONE.
hoard 0' MJltlui>UluU{.1.. 1>.. 'otrtrluucr F. W. G. A. so sweet and pleasant to the tut**
..a.r> ... M.tfr'. Tri'..iif". ', Ainmn-jr I...".., Edwin E. ANDERSON. D C BROWN.C .
fc.. .__..,<... id Publk lii.rruttluuK.rt"h Cballle. W. H. Peek R. J. J W ADAMS
"'.....1.,1 Ttir' "."itrlmrrrrt.nuituir G W SULLIVAN. Cross
..... W. W. Gl'Y I I. :METCALF.J Pharmacy.
I .fair tnornf > ... ..r..l and I. ."..... .u.stn. Cohen I. Prout
the Information of the Demo
: J. H. Patterson 8. L. WHITNER.
... Cbeatham. '
-:a*..Cut-mitt R If !: voter of the county a sample
Conrad J. A. FarrUh. Allan R. ballot JOHN Q SMITH For Best Meats
.I'I'KENE1VI'K: JI'IN.EN I I I. printed below, containing a and Poultry
J. G. Rhodes. R. W. G P HEU.1
'I 1 of the candidates to be voted I
J f lafor, 1jiu- Jh".t Clark P. c. Rose. C. J iiartial list A. C. BLOr.NT. JR. .:. <;o TO .:.
J Iktli i.
t Ik l-al14'r'I& fdr I
II H Maiir). ., 'S01I..r. '....I.... Drake Gaston Rellly. J. B. at the coming primary. I II II MiCREUtY.E .

._....lIak'.u..I".... CtHlIT J..I all,;...) .uI$|li the.uM Vale 14.ddreauO 1.fariaisr ,. Douglas E. B. Rush Dr. W. B.Dol'll. Thiere will be other name to add as N DIMICK.H I C. H. Raulerson & Co's. -

:. .lab..ee. r la.r J. K. Rumpb GdwRaulerson. 'the '(im ? does not expire until April i W LONG ,

l. ... !\1-i: JfT7'Ra. Erwin W. W. C. H. ::1st In which candidates may qualifyand i I -

n. J..k I', Talindrira. J... ... ....'11.f. i Enloe. Dr. OFrlssell. Riimph. GeoCroKiand. have their names put on the ballot. I For, I..ml"'r'allQnal Commit!_ ILOtlo. Street aricl Avc. D.
II "'.ptH-U ft..11..1 'n. Pr.o....1.. G C. Saftorrt. U. B The ballot when printed for UM a:
V. ".l"l'\I: ; :,...K' Flanagan. R. 8. Sewell. E. G.I I he lettloo will be more than twice u C GIBBONS.;( : They Carry a Full Line ofFlorida

P1111 'ooIf1l't f.I0" '.0( tlxh.M Ouul) Frederick J. S. S xelby. J. G. long as this one as her'are to be rules F. W. POPE I

... UoM.UiHtrid\\.0...i>lloKru I' .latka.lalnad a, M. S|>.rkm.D I Kram. J. 8Gerlack. fiulraer. (;. F. between each name' a id blank lines i | and Western Meats.

awls A. P.Glrtman. Smith Julius | on which to write othe names 1

.. ( \l1..lIvIlK&s. James Stoneman. F. B. Voters can begin |>ra<. Icing/: on mark- For Judge of Ciriult Court-Seventh j l They established the meat business here in April I, 1896.Wilson's .

toii'i,h. C It Suiter. A. E.Gautier. Ing. a cro s mark (X) b fore the names CircuitMINOR -
J..!I. .Dr. Kr.t rat. C..If.. .....= I S JONES.
K. H. Burr Louie k.. ,. T. N. Shanahan M. of he candidate for w bich they will

J. 1.. II....... J..pr. Grkbam. S. .1Mb vote.For .
Sewell. JobnGartbslde. { to
.. .. I
k. C. Du. M .li mCOMM I Irrk .
H....tq...."..,....... ...- al' the Hutnl3IuNtK
GramlliiK. J. C. \.,.telle. J. P. CWIL G Bl'TT I Novelty ,

: U: ". Gallatt, F. Shaw H B.Gautier. I United States pen or- I JOHN C. JONES

J. n R. IL.'I l). :Milxk.luR ... R. B. Taylor. R. R. WILK'WX'ILI.JA ; 'ALL. onxs

LITH OIHTKIl I Griffin*. A. M.Glrtman. Turnage. J. I. \\ I S. JE tNINGS; : I For State Senator lb District Is now In operation and ready to receive .

rjnbraciBi':' Hrrvanl aiid Dul C"'lull..1II ) W. H. Tatum. B. B. J. N C. STOC TON: I II :M S S\MS orders.

< j. K. >. Intnl. It. Palm tk-x.libaui HaetI. J. H. Tatum. J. H. JAMES P. TALI. FERRO. I F M HUDSON. FOR ANYTHING IN I
'DK l'ul'iTa.I.all.t.: : \ .
Hunter. J. G. Watson C. HWhorton. Reprenentatlie in ongrns0-Sec-: ; Window and door screens, window
Fur the legislatureGR -
.a W. kill". Fullurd Hill. William. F. H. I !: and dor frames
) ond Congressional: ()1 istn 'tDER. \H\\I }\". KING + store fixtures, stair

y+ i' HADE t'Ul1orFlnKt.: Hetherlngton. M. F."''IIlte. E. L.Heyser. I J. E. ALEXA. I BENJMI.N SLTTON. I work. Inside trimming of all kinds.a .

w ..f f sty JadgtAllen E. ll<.torr. Miami, A. E. Wall. T. A. I J. M BRlFRANK S. !
.HI..I, Atlursry-I T. oiHiir.Mumi, R. S. WILSON
.lNrtk'"l cin-slt....." au" Rs.ordirI. ..1"-4' Hall. W. W. Whaler. H. T. : CL. RK
I -t .. lirart."... ", ...-JubD ...'-Hk. Miami. CHARLES DOl'CtHERTY. I 1C DBtRUORN. L
t Hughes. W. D. Wilson J. I.
a .'r.M101'ol T.-Tbuo.. J. H.rd. I'uroa Homer. J. W. Woodworth. J.4 F. W. P. WAT ON. I I! J. S. FREDERICK. AID "PacIPIC..TIO".

,__ "'T.*_ K. M. nwith. Muttnl" 7. T. MEHRITT
,.".......-r. C. H. a..w.-. MUmul4 Jones M. E.Vltaon.. R. S.Kb. -
ntT !4ui>- Public lD.trurh F.-r ,-'ice of Sup1Year -.' .. 'oJrt-5ix R. M SMITH
< : A. J. Ximanle. C. L. n -L
*Bard:Z"T of Merritt.Gouutr B'1:lummlMhiwn. -( t'O. WLnt. *- E L. HITE. Are You Going to Build ?

.+ &I\e..n.. Went P.In B wh. f. C | A DANDY FOR BURNS. R. F. TAYI OR. I
rall r4
K MrDanaU.
I i
J4nbeweUMiama. K *. 1Ir .'''''". C .-uauul For

,_...... E.O ImrlMirn. Clerk .and Auditor. ol I Dr. Bergln, Elgin 111, writes: HI 1 SlieriffJOHN t FROHOCK. If Sf', or it you need building material of any

t 1..cnT rtsmL ClJ\&T: 0" K\KTH: jroicui L bate used Ballard's Snow Liniment;; I For Juotice of Supren e Court (Vote I fff J. R. ABRAM3 f. you should not fail to seeiJ.
for three- -
ciaccif.iKsibrarlnc i alway recommended It to my friends, JOHN R. ONEAL. I !
lM : as I am confident there Is no J. M. WILLIAMS.

_ITheeuttoe u/t Jade-Mtnote...........,--J.J_D. rtclf"TltuiTltlr urlamk4rrk made 'It is a dandy for burns.' ThoM 'l T. M SHACKLEFORD. I I A. M Donald & Co.

of win -K. C Drarbora Miami who live on farms are especially liableto J. B. WHITFIELD. For County Treasurer
Fall Ten ol Cm-nil Court woven*on Pin
t .......,. alter hourth Moornibrr.snniMt many accidental cuts burns, bnilsei C. H. RU'LEHSON. .
Term..l Pint Mondav after Kourtl I For Governor- ,
...a., la AprIL which heal rapidly when Ballard'sSnow BEN H. D03TER.

DAUB COC Y ('OCR?. Liniment applied. It should N. B. BROWARD, t Dealers In h.bt:r, Li1tbL Skis.les. Mowldts.* C.I.p. lIrkk. u...

t .n.tyJ.dEe Apes t llrroer MUAIT always be kept In the house for canei C. M. BROWN. For Tax Collector c...... Plaster. Heir, Etc.
POw.'cidrne Attorney- Rand;'lx M aamlJauary R. W. DAVIS.D. Tsrdi anti _.
Avenue 0
of .m..rllf'tIcy.H: J5c. SOc $1.00 bottle \\'. E. NORTON. and 14110 M reeLPOWERS'
Mia ,
Winter Term- ''''' i.
.. .mrrTern-lira IIt..sa/ ia "loWI". II For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy H. MAYS. R. B MiLENDON.W. -
l .a mj I.Jnl1.
FaMTrrai. Prat Mw .) to Urto her.c.a.LApDoFFIr dw G. DEBEURY, :
I For l'Yta'Y.of State MEAT MARKET.
I We umli-ri-tand that Col. Guilllams J. E. BROOM.
It.Cb.bb g.relve T. N. UTIER. I
.,.110"" n..... KCKIICHI' r president of the East Florida Seminar H. C. CRAWFORD

*. H DlkKItrriiTc T'lBT will sever his <'Oonf'ctlon with that Insututiun I B. F. KIRK. Choice, lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork
h'or County Axvesgor of Tax_
.irt>er Ai* 1M. .' and 1th ..irarlrnlSatll i at the clone of the present I II GEO O 1JUTLER. : Sausajre) Hams Poultry etc.
rvrrW ttnndr a'rlockfra I
rn ralac
term and that Mr. Tom F Mi-Berth I Far Attorney o..ner"-! lUff AUoIU': 0. ,
nikOU .a 1. HotkY.pti YuaarrTaepu. -
.waday I GEO L. MI-DONALD."
.v..I' P v.*.tnretl. ,IR ever. will he an applicant fof the position W. H. ELLIS,
wa'''nr U> nlilit .1 ; "Ml are......'..II'la C. L. XIM\NIES.
P Pr.ain.. P.a.w.Mrtw.I.IaT Mr Ileath I I" one of the most art, ,I A. ST. CLAIR-4BRAM3.: i

Krtw:AL ., l-rs, .*r..r Aiwj atN..I .Hluiatom in Florida. hfc thvputation I .. :
For I"n>s utinc VttornetH
a.C anti leh 4Irv; < lrater mn-UnxMnin -
tl ..1 is P i*.. ....,.d..y H<.koc,. ai |Inan. ishlD of IM-IIIK a KplendKl diarldlttartan For Comptroller F A ( LARGEST STOCKFancy
_.- ..l M urn row.*"!, ....... a i p A. C. CROOM.For : ATKINSON
and IK in
eterv quail-
a ) vnrntnc Id 5,iW D ....C.* PI' .f"..!.. was JAMES T SENDERS.ROBT .
1 | | <|tirIf ,tell to jH-rform. the ilutie of this office
I .:. ,'.rs. ". .t.er. ,r....iiw r *i, I im nil "he will keep thi* Seminary ahreasth State Treasurer Groceries FRUITS
mini .f"....I."M 11 I u..... W a m Kund.i '
...* ..* 'I .o.... rmu.hifiii: at 7..i p mIrontth higher' institution of learning: In W. V. KXOTT: For Count' .Iu'h:_ HaIl Grain Feed and Fertilizers.fRfSt1 VEGETABLES

I..-**.... f p p. m ::1 Junior I Kpnortl he Slate We hope that the board I. ,
1.-anre.l.-p. In tPnvrr nttinff V..dna...laaln .X. K. IIEYSER/
,; al 7 ... cf. 'k All nit welrn.re. ''M( tpi+t''''''i will t see proper to confer i i For Stale SuN| >rintcndent of Public Innn -
I L t ,..n IT.. PastorTU .. H II \UNPERS: Jr. Yachting Trade Specialty
Ihl'h."r upon himOrala Bannerj lion- a i
.rr' ('.., k. w. C K A?raniB/. and ''''t | -- '--

....laa.pMwnluu'n..er......... 1'1. m KvrnUitf.Prater II .."7.>.k.'. W aunda'M""*> I \K A CLEAN SWEEPThere's \V..H'. N HOIJXW\Y.SIIE\TS For Justice of the J.-Tl'nth District

ot..vrolnf 711 H."(T .'trh."". trrry Pro j I E. L. Brady & Co.
x yiaT Ism nlit ;Kir'a gad third "nn"l>)< a' ,
Little Kim. ...) v f"ii.I l >n<1 Fourth ., ('...- 'IV S HIUJ ..
nothing: like d?InS a thing For Commissioner of A ri ulture-
.at linn* a'3.J> i> hi :N 111. Fn i.rs. ReelerPbtnvy.a1. I < I '.
( (;\MUXG
l. ... t.t f! atienl land' Avenue A- ihonmchlv Of "I the Salves you ever B E MclJN 1 ; G .O O133R.S .
...rr.nt.n.v, ...*...t. *........ln< alit n.cliirk.n4r 'heard of. B.I.I..o'rn) a Salve Is --- --- '- ?
--- horie
.rrT Min4.7fi.rliBg' i'-] For .III. -U. I' of the Peace I'h:: Dlstrii-t 24.Ccr. .
I N' ,P.tota, "..t..r. the betit U sweeps sway and cure :.For Railroad Coinninwlo-- I
I11. HENRY J RKHARDT. : y...-r::?J :XD and.
i.a ... iFur e th. St.
i kMiTitW. si'Its a til -I X| Mr. burns nores. bruises, cuts, bolls, ul- B I. MORG\N.
A. I.1:<*ryKat, I nnl.va u*.j j asH Ray .lrotimn. ------ I IFRE
.. M' "* i ""MI, Un eruptions and piles. JU -- Constalile '

MIAMI BOARD OF'' TRADE only 2.V, and guaranteed: to give istisfartion. Fur .\djutant-f>..n..ral- G. S.-CHVNDI.ER: ) K. S. MORSE

1. _- By all druggists. J. C R. FOSTER I ,

PrmiiVnt. *llllaim M rirownrtrst ; dwSenator ALLEN I I
.... > F'.r SuiM-rviHor of R"lIi
\ r m>Ment, T.'V; Moor

-md Vir-e ",-, ,,.,,, Jf} E. Lummi'S -Tallcfrrro-;i-* bfai* thestrongest I J. (' BURTESI\\V. REAL ESTATE

S retary. rt V. Rlacknsin.TreAsttrer For State Chemist M 1. W GoonE.I :
candidate before the peopletodav
B .
R TatumHwnt I! R. E. ROE
of (Oovnrs-, M Brown for the Senate His record after' I J-

T V "........... J B I. imnxia. A. E. Hay .being assailed In every way r..r C11Inty Siiierlntendent| of Publl. I L >
... 11OII"lbl"l For Presidential. Elector Instruct i iiij! r. ip .tar. i "'. ,\0... I anti I:. th 1'1' ,.
m. J Kiiy| F W. Hahn. W. W. lit his opponents stand. out : ionR -
COMMITTRRSJ It'd and untarnished His attention In : T. A. JENNINGS J\MES E. HALL. Miami. Dade Co.. Florida.
'.A YO'S An..... W R ; Pnttcrsan. 8 L.: 1 his duties In Congress when his opponents J. B. C. KOONCE i

fiM..*...... Jtiwt-s T Seymour. k. H : were lantansing In their' own B KING.;
WT. O A, I
behalf showed his fidelityand
l"UloCt flAllr,.. R M ; s.c"... F unwavering F B. STONEM4.N For County 'ommlllMlon..rFino
interest for the Welfare of his
W llakn. P W.. Rinse C. J.. Pre
1 .'onati'tuenta.' There IA not a fP&HOD'j For Delegate. at I.erge.: National Convenllon 1 F C.DlHtrict\ICHER F. W. HAHN
VHiAl.Tll AND able doubt that the people have realized k
j 1 !M. Jr.j ITout. be Senator's. devotion to theStates M R. JOHNS

} WwOe- ; Flana.iul. R, S. Klnc. H. UK1VKR8 '1 T. J. APPLEYARDW v .
I Inl'mr at all times during bin .A.nehtt.et sad 8ttikt
AND HARIX R9Qarhslda.. J. HILL.MAN. Fur tI
,%,.s II.. Rumpk. Ed,.and C.; Tatum.R part I term In congress and for this un CLAUDE L'ENOLE.: County Commisxloner. peondDI I I DOW bars u mr emplor 08. oft_

H. Muuuluti M duty alone they are Jutitifie.lintre trict- best draftsman |q th. South and sa..
A. P. JORD=>. .
RAdJtOAIlil AND rREIQHTSJ | -elw.ing him.-Florida Star rEt) \\ I..AISI// $T.H better prepared than ever for fttraUh-

Dr..,). R. K \fflft c. D.!; Lummua. JOHN S BEARD | DIMICKFor : .
--- Ing: plans and details for
H.. ":'.In. Wm W.. MrDoruild. J. A I BALLARDS HOREHOUND 8YRUP.ImeedlatHv T. E. BRYAN, bufld-f
"*IMRITIES-Biagta0. 1'.1 P T.; Ch_tr W J. BRYAN, Into, fla. cabinet work etc.

..... J. II : DoucLts. ... 1\1 I Gautler. T. relieves h.'virfte.: croupycough C'. A. CARSON County j I ComnI..lon..rThird I am now headquarter for tmra 4
.. : oppressed rattling, raspingand
X 14 I _
PNiiirtR 1 work. scroJl
CLEON A. sawing and all wort ma-
\ .-.8.&... "' ckman. E v.; difficult breathing Henry C STEPHENS I
f:. MCDONALD 71 sally don la B ant clas* plaalnc Bill.
Mine .. J. H : OrlfT.ng. A Stearns, druggist. Shnllshurt. "'.1. ,
M tint-ti K .'or1..IO'r&t.... National T A. WINFIELDFor ; Send me jour orders for door tat
..wrlt a, May :'A, 19/ 1: hare been Conventionond -
r-l'HI.1C Bl ILMNna-llorner.' J W.; Balla.d's '<*- Congressional District -- window frame.s bt.ellee.,
,10.0. H r.: RNII,. J It.; 8rll. selling Horehound Syrup for etc. and W eos./ntwl.I
nev'rlhad D. U 0 *CUEX. County ('ommi.s loner ,
L.rw. ; Whaler. H. T. two !years, and have a rrep- Fourth O

lI, ,Ntr4\CTt'REB-Frin.4 J, Clan. C: aratlon that has given bettesntUfac. D X VTCHELOR Pf.nlct4 MIAMI. Fl. .

M. v* ; \\HrUlr J. R I J. E. T. --
they come bark for more. I can honestly BOWDRN. I.EI..US..
Hi*. W. W flAul"" Rr1mltn4 R. recommend It." I5c. 5"c, 1.00

Lr..4 A I.. Ralrtlw.. J. O ; Smith. Sold toy Red Cross Phi r sifter. t'\ ..r :Members at Urge, State Committee Foriiintr. CommlMloner Fifth J. A Robbins & Co.

J..1oo:0111.. A. J dw j -- 'it triil/ ;. .

far 'ORATIOS-R I a c k m a n. E V. I (Vole for FhJrteen )
{ Mnc 4 P B.. T.t".... IH Horn. J K., S A. BEIjCHEIIE 13arness I
)lr. T. G Hutchinson of Jacksonville R. B. OAR ETT and Carriage '
H .- *T. 1.1 W. G TWEEDELL.
ENTER iAIKMENT..Rhndea.: R W i expert" accountant has arrive.! W. W. FARMER.

Fh.i>*. H. C.: tathslde C. H; Rellly. I In the city and .begun the workof I C.EO. U .\HL.B. D'epos1 ory.

a; Hewell John.nVKRTISlWlTMiim.. thoroughly auditing the hooks of the K. MATHES. For hIemlen Board of Piihlic tnstnftioii Quality is memhered after
\ A R ; 8tor I i long price s
i city officials and going: over all 1'f'I"IK'd"for D. l". FLETCHER -
....... P. B.; BytaftiM.:. T.: Blackman j jE. I
V..H.hptit.a. M- r. I the past four or five years Before X. A. BUTCH ELI SIMS forgotten.

,... Ml lilt Ot ...1Ie.... mtMtlM concluding his duties be will open K. R. RAfLERSON.

aired. to aj tr. follows: i i up a new set of books that .will be Vtreat I W. M. WI ..TON JR. For ('ollntllf'tll""r. : State CommltteeE. I Quality Makes the Bargain.

'..... W. Jckx. J. If. Jr. Improvement on the old set J. M. llAMAR. : X DIM11 K.

)irswy W.I M. Koli I A. J. TrvptaJ Sun. l I H. U I DODD F. B.'STONBMVX. 1l !5J J' v.22'.h Strwwt.I e 3Sam: :...;. 1OdERAL -.




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r I


a certificate of exemption fo. the two : dale for the offie of Clark ol the Ctr- INSPECTORS .\Pl'ObT.:1t

I cult court subject to the action of the
OffiCIAL CALL FOR PRIMARY! ELECTION years Democratic party Primary ._tlotl May
PAYMENT OK POLL TAXES. 10. 1"H. Mar ,; Krem. of Iowa.ltUMU Bu'- Thr.-.

file professions In order to be qualified to vote at the d J S. FREDERICK. <-* 111... k-.

primary election on May 10th or June
to Govern the Primary to be Held May .
Rules and Regulations .
Tbe m hug was called to ur..r oy
i 7. 1904, poll taxes for 190 and 1903 i FOR TAX COI.LECTOR.I .

10th and June 7th. 1904 in Dade County. must be paid on or before S o'clock P. I' hereby announce myself' a candidate Chairman Filer in the i 'ity ball Miami.FU .

1 M Friday. April 29, 1904 (ten days before for the office of tax collector of at :! 1 I' m. May II. lH:

{ --- -- | tbe firjt primary election). | Dade County subject to the action of The following members were praxmt

stteza f a: ckATTORNEYS Erwln.r I A meeting i of the County Democratic la a and shall at once forward the the coming Democratic primary.dw in person or by' I'roxy. Meicsra Johns

Executive Committee fur Dade county returns to the Chairman of the County NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice T. N. GAUTIER. Jones, Potter' L> man King. Bull

AT LAW lurida ""wa held: at Miami Florida.n Exnuttte. Committee' Filer: Kurtevh, and Kirkman

Will practice in all eonrta. mate and r<4rripvctalfullHict'orcxaialcliuaail > > the Jlth day of April A. D. 19n4.urxuai.t The assessment to be paid by the Is hereby given that the Registration I! FOR STATES ATTORNEY Upon motion Nr Hull was el-.'teJ

perlacttu. to mljounimeut \krioji candidates shall be as follows: Book of Dade County for I hereby respectfully announce myself acting NMretaryThe .

l.aad Ttttoa. |I'' The (ol:ow II.aUlt'ud..d/,: call for a Representative . .. .. . $15 00Senator the primary election to be b..ld1..,. 10. an a candidate for the office of minutes of the :Ij-t meeting sets
'J.Bna Jr. Miami. Fie. Ii*i4. will be opened In the several
," rimary rlettinii was. adopted. ., towitNotie : . *. . . . 15 00 I i Slate's Attorney of the Seventh Judicial rad i iid approswlTti | | |

P T. su'GGS. M. D.. 1 1IMhr : ; .- I.II'.n! /,: that there Sheriff . . .. . . .. 35 001:' election districts of Dade count, Florida I Circuit, subj" to the vote of .. an I T !I'nfiir* w .u.1 ii-n l...t

"* Mil tieta! I*'niiKr tii I'nmar E..I.1011 ....- Clerk of the Circuit Court . 30 (It) on the 29th day of March, A. D. I the Democratic prima?. I e. toll". a

(.. '.with..-. !I IMIAMI. a..o.Ih '!Crew Irrr rh.rmM7ii..ia. h..1 1 10! !l.. viral eeition; dis- Tax Assessor . .. . ... 10 wu 1: 'i. and. ,. .11Le\ closed on the 26th dw CEClC: G. BCT T. S-e' oiHudrl iaJlion, third pa.eA ;

.1\.. C I II ton: 1>...1< ,,else: ) Florida ou May Tax Collector . . ... . 13 0. "ion ....; mad l>;; Mr Kirkmiaml .

KLOKIPH. 1 1'til. 1 I' "I' ail, U !i..t.s ear) on June 'County Treasurer . .. ... ... :0 atCounty following I+er.-ous. are hereby FOR COfNTT SCHOOL StTERJNTEN- t.1. ii 1".11.' '"ot) r"mnw.Q..u
il 1 liIP!',,'r-. il the si lili 101 l IlOoir.l by
t' -r.tlon: f" DENT. ;
of all | i i t :
;itb I 1'i f"r tlitjoiiriation I fudge ... . .. .. 15 011
', tl., .. I hereby 'announce my..lf! eaneidste d, tr., t S.llltt' WI1'I' fated by A
r ve .1 dfctr.il'. II
and a ( .i. I )-
n.ili:'air" Mate >ouuI. -
HE. J. M. JACKSON, JtL, l l''ow rat County Attorney . .. ... 10 OilSuperintendent for Superintendent of Public Instructionof .
of A t. H.
.. to I lj,' vot1" ,1 I..r I.) tl.i- (I> 'mot'ratic4.octor of Pub. Instruction wt Dade County aubject to the will of
orririt ; at Hi. (!. 11 ral .;!11//< lion to be : . . .. 5 00 Numlier One. Stuart_W. G Parks the voters aa may b* expressed. at the .\ i oiiimiinnaiioii front .. ni"etin< of
HOTEL BIV.AV-SX I Ij IKK, A |ILl) ( eld r M'i !:"' 4. and to I* apIeniu I I County Commissioner ..I.. .". S 00 Number. Two Jupiter R[ E. L. Mc- approaching Democ-itle, primary election. .. 'j.,:..: '" 1 .'. V!: : "::1; > I HI,
.0'1\/1" '.'
,.. Governor Farlaud j i R. B. HALL \\ r'a.1 and di-, iive.1 !h varintis ..n.jlolat. -
l! <:ratio
FLORID of Registration. .. 5 00
MIAMI. Supervisor .
Miami Fla. .
{>( the Mate t "is-lamelt the date of holding Members of County School B rd. 1 00 Number Three, West Pam| BeachE f jdw s before the commi' tee Finally

rk ton and the holding H Dimlck.Number the follow' mg Q.-IHI torcterka. and
QR- W. B. RUSH, suet b primary Justices of the Peare . . >1 E 00-) FOK TAX ASSESSOR.
of election A. D. 19O6. HrpoluiO'1 |Kllni4: places were decided< upon for
Office 2 i-lith: .tre..t, 'Phone M. ( tpe priiuarv candidate for'nited (I Constable . . .. . .. .. 1 00 Four (Boynton) I hereby announce myself as! a the following pre<'lI1l't1l
ofl D' ra'ic
and a mi" - Residence, 10th Mreet and Asenu.B'I'bone County Fish and Game Warden 1 00 CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of No 1-lnHIlIt'to.. Cur McPherson
.Hac.... Senator to be voted for I
> -SK. j | Number Dc-Iray-II. J. Sterling.
7l : j All to file a Dada County
candidates are required subject! to tbe action ofI
Ernest Stjpman. J M Ennia, cleric
MlA 1 FI.A.T. 4 4y tb..l(enuH ram iiiMinlwrs of the Leg- Number Six. Pompano Cavender.Number F
l lalatur of the State' u Florida at Its written application to hare his name Seven i I the Democratic primary. IIV HOM) polling place, store atMl.
I Fort Lauderdale-W.
W. BACKUS, ] appear upon the official ballot on I !, d C. L XIMANIES. .-* Walter KlUbmg
-J session i;in A. li I'.iC.Tlie : :; ,,111.I'"ball.. l
.AnC'r \ be blanks furnished by the Committee I No 2-'lo...iMHtors. E Edwards J. B.N .
to nominated
l ul lowing ofnctrs are
Plans, Sp''ciflcatiuns.wd l>.etail Made it haul prlmar election to-wit: 'I II accompanied. with the fees above set Number Eight OJus-J, W. Ives. FOR STATE SENATOR. :ar. Henry Bmokor! clerk E. C. Miller Y

of A'l: Kind... Ki ieResidences 'forth with S. L. Patterson Secretaryof Nuc*er Nine, Lemon City-Warren
for Buildings I 1 United Stales S -nator. j |i I I hereby announce myself as a candidate polling 1 : place, school house

a Specialty. 1 Kepresentative In Oongress, Second I'' the County Democratic Executive Mitchell.Number. for -State Senator fn:n the Thlr- XoIn''pPo.ror... II U Hillier, I,
OFFICE. 1315. AVEMJJJR. El). Committee, on or before the 21st day I I Ten. MI.ml-C. D Leffler. ''teenth W N H
Congressional. District. {,, Senatorial DUtrirt of Florida, burkbardt Butch: clerk JW.
of April. A. D. 1904. Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove- i
subject to the will Comstoik. polling place, cluNo
I'' 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the of the Democratic
This April Jith. A. T. Carter. :
R. E. CEAIXK, full| term of six ;shXt. i( 1904.W.. A. Filer.Attest party to be expressed *t the primary hone'
Number Twelve. CuU..r-D.C.BrowD. election May 10, 1904 In.-ixntors.. W. H Cot. C 4..
3 Justices of the Supreme Court. ,
DENTIST. : Chairman. Number Thirteen Silver PalmC.W. F. M HUDSON. hall Jn DttOKhtry.; clerk CulleaPence :

1 Governor. George P. Bull.Secretary HilL polling place school house
Dale ID WfttMin Bollttlnc IItbo"l cnrij e..1 1 Secretary of State I T'blals, Fla.
Awn*. D ...d IKa( .-. pro tem. Number Fourteen, Dee-fl>ld-O. W. No ">- Ininectors: J. E Chambers.

MIAMI. FLOIRDA. 1 Attorney-General Ii QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. Sullivan I B Taylor T. M McRae.; clerk II.
I Com trol\er.\ First! Primary-Tuesday. May 10 I| FOR PROSECUTING Al IORNEY.
This March 12, P. Nudges: : polling place school boue.No .
1 Treasurer.I 11904. 1904.A. I hereby announce myself .
<< as candidate -
T. CARTERSupervbsor Insixxlom.. Z. Cavender, Jno.faistead. .
Home Seekers I I 1 Superintendent of Public Instruc I for the omce of Prosecuting
Second Juni 7 Attorney -
Primary ,
I | Registration. Dade Co Fla. R F. Saxon; clerk, W B.
tion. I for Dade county subject to the
Attention.You 1904. CaiweU.. polling place. Hardee's More.No .

will find it to your interestto 1 Oonimlssio'nfr of Apricultur General Election-Tuesday November I I approaching Democratic primary elect lOKpntora. It. A. Bryan. W. ,

call on me before inve..tmtr. 1 Railroad Commissioner. 8. 1904. Ii t'tion. H. F. ATKINSON. U Brackwell. D. O'Neal clerk. Frank 3Stranahan

Furnished houses and room to 1 AcUtJta t-General. I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. \i Miami Fla.
polling place Stranahaa'snew
rent. Real bargains in real estate. 1 State Chemist i The registration book for the primary hall 1

city and country. Insurance taxen election will\ be opened In each & &
1 Judge; of the Circuit Court, SeventhJudicial FOR JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE. No "
I Inspectors, H. Padgett J KNew .
-attented to.
collection. etc.. { election district In this county on Announcements. will be inserted. In the

have a special license authorizingme Circuit j March :9. 1904, and will be kept open j Dally and weekly Metropolis for ten dollars. Ian J. W. Ives; .clerk R. Cothron;
to prepare all kind legal transfer : 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial or In either edition for five dollars I hereby announce m) self as a candidate polling: place school house
day Sunday u+epti'd. until
of real estate Low fee*, Circuit: th"l Candidate for County Commissioners for Justice of the Peace in 0,,,- No :If-Irii-pw tors. J S Par<1u... A WC'mmartie. .
attention. i :Cth day of April. 100., at which Urn | sod m>.mlwra or the school board will be strict! No 1"'
Prompt and ask the
1 Prosecuting Attorney. I respectfully J S Peters clerk J E.:
C. C. CARROLL J they *i.l be closed. -hanc*"! one-half then amountsNo
I Stay. St-nator Thirteenth Senatorial I '.ipi'nrt| i of the voters m said diMm'tVilliaui JVmlMon, no'lmg! place whixilbiiii.seNo .
Notary Public. I Tae registration books mill\ not be announcement Inverted until paid
m* AVF. D. NKJIK. .P.lID ir"GraJaatc DUtrirtMeitibrr for. d. \ S. Hill. 1d-Inpe.| 'tors. 1. *. Oslsrrn| J
I Iol1ab1o I reopened. foljtlon. the second primary elec- ,
j of the House of Representatives M llr.tm"lk Jaudon.; clerk M R '

; yOM OCNTT TREASURER.To I herein announoelite I O-r.f: a cnndtd- K..llum |K>llmgisuf\ \ cur hall. j

4 OptliUa.W.C I Coux.ty Jude..... I, All J"r.o s may register who arewb4ther I for re-rl '(' lOll a Ju.l If.. of thedixtn. :No 11. 'Int>pe<.fore. .lju'k;.on j P..aro -

I Shf lff uiens. they have paid their the Democratic Voters or Dad County 1 f'ea>'e in this the l"t ..t. \* I < k. John Mi KmFie. JV all..J.!

MAYNARD. 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. lIOn taxes or not but they cannot vote I Florida am now iwniiiK in this "al&qt; ). I clerk Fl') .t. her .\Ihuf) |IN.lhll"! P''_.
hereby anLounc myself candidate
At*. D, Next I" PiHISieeClissa 1 County Assessor of Taxes I inlet>! their poll taxes which may be fur re-elvrtlon to the once of a Trmsumif nould appreciate an |ndorHen.ent in Old HirdN. bousaeNo

acuriUlj Fitted: 1 Tax Collector "!
litcies, Clocks, Jeweler, At 1 County Superintendent of Public In- { law. will. :*>t a majority of the Democratic > ol r. turning 'r a second term (let.. Sfin*huu.er. W .I I /IVmiher' .
I POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. ...t..... M will be expressed In the Daajcrmtlc incumbent, who
struction. i I laa eatisfaetjril! > clerk Ge.t' 1'M.t1I.. (mllipg' place,
May IA. 1)04.
I| Payment of poll taxes for 1902 and I primary ,fated; the otfi e. Brown & Moodie'fi warehouse
1 Survejor. i C. H RA ur..ERSON.d. .
L. MCDONALD i ii lyC! : Is a prercquieite to voting at all ''I John ('.
GEO. 1 County Treasurer. I Miami Fla.A C.ramlanl No 11lun| e< tors, Henry Gk ..man.

CltQ Engineer I S County Commissioners. t elections this year. I - Ernest Mail Will Anderson +ierk. C
..viag sad SMbdividiBff Laad a .prJi.aity 3 Members of the County Board of EXEMPTIONS. E. HKTSER. W Hill, polling place, si hool house.
I her
COCOANUT GROV}:. FLA.), Public InsUfU I tlon. | The following conditions exempt Candidate for tate Stnator IT announce from my the canddary Tblrt..oth'natorl.1 for No Inspectors. J W Saxon. W.

1 Justice! of the Peace In and for DIs- person from the payment of capita- dw County Judge. !Mictrlet E. Wanton. H :'Ihtru k: clerk J.
DANK.i i trirts Noe |1. 2, 3. 4, 6, C, 7. I, 9. tion or poll taxes: FOR COUNTY\ COMMISSIONERS. tbe will of the Democrats Florida of,tirevard subjectto C Holly polling:\ place ....rbiM l house! I:
-J. A. / : 13. First-Any; one who baa lost a limb It was moveil and carried that nam-4
10 11 1U ai d
and Itadefittintlca
Tbe to bo
friends and ejproMHMl at
I ''in battle. many supporters Of of caiididatfii for member of Lb-assrn.
i...ta.tw..r tor._:a ..a. 1 Constable in and for Districts No. he: present members of the Board of'' the |primary election! May loth 1904.M ty executitp, committee be I I

..........--..... r t 1,2,3,4. ,6,7,3,9,10,11,13and I s.--.Dd-ADy one woo was BS yean bounty Commissioners for Dade I Seabrook Sams.Courtonay. placed nn
the reciilarl
Ca: / jal ...*.... 13. of age on or before December 31. 1901. I ballot.
I Itla county have prevailed upon\ them to Hre\ard Co. Fla It also\ ..
.... a. moved arried tkat
aid+ ;
.tl ConI't sI S Presidential! Electors. Third-Any ODe becoming of ago (21year. : ---- .-
IK* I iI stand for re-election and! hereby present candidates for game be placed
I 4 Delegates at Large to National Con- old) on or after January 1, 1903. FOR NATIONAL OKLEGVTK warden\
their names, as follows: F. C on the regular! ballot nd the candidate
I IfOLE.Y5UONEYADTAR yenUon.Z FOI/rth-AII: one who had become -
I District Delegates. resident of this State, and county jn Airher. George W. Lalnhart. R. E I I am a candidate for the poxition of for said office be i/swuwd |1 0*.

) McDonald. John Sewell and I. A MKSr to the National Democratic Mr Johns, of Pre in.t No I banded

Caws eMi Fr..s.t* 13 Members at irge of State Committee or after January 1. 1903. I Belcher to the voters tA the Democratic l'ufisentiun. at St l"iuif, Mo for Second In his resignation as a Imemher of the
Fasr.mr'i If properly registered of the
I I any primary of May 10. 1904. Congressional. Distmt. I am permitted committee and the same wa accept
1 County Member of State Committee above can rot at all elections. State ,
ARE YOU GOING to refer to the entire Dei piwracy A notion wan made and carried thatinspectors
1 Member National Committee and held this
I county, year, without I
FOR SHERIFF. of Ora.ouoty regarding m stand- and clerks' be paid l-j>-> per
Wet 1 Supervisor of Registration. paying any poll or capltattoa: tax.
North'or ? j lug as a Democrat and If I am fortunate day f fi {, '

!, 1 County Fish and Game Warden.t PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. To the Democratic voters of Dade CouavTy. enough: to have 'our'' aid In i The next meeting of the commute r

] I Member of Dade County Democratic Persons under the following conditions I II FlorIda: Dade county at the election i shall was called for April II, 1904

LouisvilleT&Nashville I Executive OmmlUe la and for will be liable for one poll tax I I I hereby announce myself a candidate greatly appreciate It, and can assure I There being!; no further huxinen* j
Preclncu No 2,34,5,4,7,3. only for 1902 or 1903. aa the ease 11I&71 I for r-WrUoa to tke oBee of nMrUTOad e4 you Orange county Democrats will also motion was made and carried to al-
County Florida,
subjact U the
RailroadOften I. 10 11. 12. 1'; and 14. be: I will or the majority of UM Dsssocimde appreciate it. Journ.

uII..xeeJled1I..>!r semlce The rules governing Aid primar) ,Any one who became BS yean old I votars as will be zpraawd fa UM Dossocratic Very trulv )'OUM!. CEO P BI'U

Modera train carrying Pullman election shall be the tame as those I during 1902 will be required to pay f 1 primary to be hold May .. Mi D.Ii.. Bachelor I Secretary Pro Tern

sleepers, up-to-date. coaches, free re- adopted by the Democratic Executive for account of poll tax for that year. dw JOHN FROHOCK.- Winter Park .,..

dining chair ear, tad dining !lean Committee, at their meeting held In I Any one who may "become of age (21 I I The freedom of speech guaranteed: by

bet ween'northern and southern' ei'l... I Jacksonville on January 22d, 1904. for yean old) at any time daring 1902 I hereby announce myself as a candidate FOR FISH AND GAME W.\RDES'I the constitution in hemming more or

TIM finest dining ear service in the { governing State ptimarlea, so far a* for Sheriff of Dade county, Mess; relative It In but lately that the
will be required to pay 11 for poll tax I 1
ftoata. the same will be applicable to the Florida at the next Democratic pri- hereby announce myself a candidate English: anarchist. Turner, .a. told by
for the 1903.
1U1pata Bell Tknmf Ticket via I county primary. Those and only those year mary, and ak for the rote of my for the posllon of Fish and Game the authorities that he could not be
I j t Any one becoming a resident of this Warden of Dade
L.&N. persons shall be permitted to become fellow Democrat and those who will county, subject to the permitted to remain In this country a ,
State and county during 1902 will be action of the Democratic
be praty, primary
candidates before, or vote at or par- qualified to becoue voters at thai deermlnatlon baaed upon no offense' of

for rate, achedule, and sleeping car !; tiel pate In themanagement of said primary liable for the poll tax for 1903. primary. I promise, If elected to faithfully election May 10.| 9/)4. I his nave an open espousal\ of the cause
rMervations apply to WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. Edward A. Graham
:i election who declare their ad- I pert rm the many duties of this I of anarchism no art of violence pest

J. M.. Fleming I borenoe to the principles and organization | All male Inhabitant who are 21 responsible -contemplated, being charged
raanTBtvr Acest.Ha office.J. FOR pa
cf and
rleft4aQ Rea ? cr-. \ of the Democratic party Na- yean age were 65 year&of M. WiLLIAMS I Sunday night at Philadelphia Emma
J.eks.vd...,.aa -
December SL
tior ,1, State and county, who are by age 190L Palm Beach. Fla. I Goldman, who gained considerable{ >-

tte laws of the State lawful electors i Any one becoming a resident of this hereby announce myself a* a candidate torlety at the time of the aiwaMlnation
FOB CLaTRK CIRCUIT .. for the offlcJ of Constable In I
of the election districts In which they : State and county prior to January 1.190Z. COURT.I of President McKinley, wan ihedule. <1
hereby announce saroalf a* a eaadt district No. 10, promising If elected to ;Ifor
offer: to vote who have paid their poll I will be required to pay poll tax date for the once of Clerk of the Car- a speech before a body of anarchist -
1 tt11.4... faithfully discharge the duties of said
taxes legally due not less than ten for 1903 and 1903. cult Court of Dad County subject te I In that city The first ( re men
before said election and the action of the Dutoefatl primary office, subject I Ito Democratic primary who arrived. on the
d\y. primary If they become resident after January scene wen arrevted -

-r who shall, when challenged by an elector I 1. 1902, and before January 1. I dw E. L. WHITE. May 10. > by the.police and lodged: la the station
January .. UN.t )I d L. M. Nicholson
pledge In writing upon oath before 1903, they ylll be required pay poll I houae This squejcbed tb|? meetIng ,

any Inspector, to abide by and tax for 1903! only. j HEALTH IS YOUTH. I Emma was indignant and made a
the result of such primary and I take this ..hod to Inform the *.*. .peecb to the
iViEiTh support Any one reaching: their majority (21 policemen that ra* sot
are of Dad Csvaty Disease
that I wU b* a eaaI and Slckncw Bring Old -e.;
support the nominee thereof. yean on or after January 1, lto2, will I i dtdat for ratacUo to the offlc of Owl! I'' down on the programme, ex kreasiag

The poll. shall be opened and closed be subject to payment of poll tax for of tb* Clnvlt Court sublet to Uw aeUoa Herblne taken scorn and just contempt for :his alleged -

TRADe Manair at the several electlen districts lit the 1901. of tb* IVmoenutc primaries Kay K.promlainit. every morning before "land of tbe free. But Emma

OCM4H hours axed by the general election law If 'let ted. to parfenn the 4h>. breakfast will keep you In robust must remember that la
Cu>i J ifvaVda / la all cases of exemption of a voter Uoa of tk* offlc. to tile fiitBre, a* to the our vocabulary
.. The following named are bera- health fit you to ward off disease It freedom la
-tinilill persona not
wraa synonomous with,
.rky -- ....iMr a from peg meat of poll taxes, he mutt past to the kost of say ability. I wfl ,
=::::t-- wr--a.aa cr'T.l" -r." ._ by appointed Inspec on and Clerk tar secure of the supervisor of registration be grateful to these wko will favor m* cure constipation, bllllousnea. dyspepsia anarchy
:::: :; ,:: with tax r m **\.
'; t U.e several election i UatrleU:
Mr.w tw.JI :a 1151. a certificate setting forth the fact that fever, kin and liver and kidney ;
dw E. C.
-5d0, ..ru..a 50T..LM (flee report of eon mltto meeting such total.la exempt If certificate DEARBORN. complaint It purifle the blood A THOUGHTFUL MAN
0111 I M. M- Austin, of Winchester
Scientific Jinerican. the voter from of I I, ml.
Orstpaga.>)> exempt payment and clean the complexion. Mrs. D.
i I hereby aaamweo myself a eaaoIIaate knew what to do la the hour of .......
alUlI.tr :" s..vw +;%.= =Ps.r The voting shall be by ballot oa poll taxes for both yean (1KB and tar th* *fflc* of Ctork of tb* Ctoeadt W. Smith. Whitney. Texas. write Apr. HI. wife bad such aa unusual caM at

.. 5..wb.el 'lief m..a.MwxU1ff ti.Jkw furnished by the State and 190$). If properly neutered be can: Court for Dad County subject to the 3, 101 "I have used Herblne. and find stomach and liver trouble, phyildaa;
( & Co.tltkea.Men vets approaching Democratic ...
then vote upon presenting to the inspectors primary -
It the best medicine for could not
County Executive Committee ; and at don.dw constipation help .411' He thought of

U.* doN of rack aUetioo, the laspoe- such eertlfical-, of exemption.If Z. T. KDRITI'. and liver trouble It will do all you road tried D"". King- New Life lls
the rotor .to ub>ct to only one
claim t
for It. eaa and she
at5..Liao P7a recommend got relief at one and ...
ton sad dork aJl prood to caavaa poD tax either for IMS or IMS. the
V I itI0c a bottle Sold by Red Cross Anally cured. Only 25c, at all '

UM nee talaceordaao: with ta* !But ... nto will apply at to searing I ilseeby aa..u.a sty..u r II ea.. I Pharmacy. a : t

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THE: DAILYMIAMI :frSihot 'Id. of Lemon ("I> is inPompano Future..l1.a'na'd cavLnntarv
i' Mi II I II T.'t 1111 It. and will be the f i u-llrw < '
METROPOLIS. \ t'avei..I..r| for awhile 1-VI'rii.irt.. .
1.1,1 i
r i" 'ii.i ; I
|II'| 1 I' .1 \ ''lii, It'' .'h. I., aid tin. JEWELRY STORE
l5. \inl
I aptl.hc! ct. r J" ct.pt a Kugene Uus-h. who .1|'M."I ih- |
Mr "
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\ M.i! > I' Tat inn .b> ltolIli.i M.i 1 < ...
t B. 11LM, .14.1..... -a'.r- at 'Ii.! h !.I.! !. .' -h.I" .- was' : 'ay wir.ter h.'rr lm .r..hlrIJ,1 ii''Ill' June ; 14i"iJuU
!,. I. ItIlllkNi"''" "I L 3 14-. 12th Street.W. .
I 14 11u !
I i i. I l-l -.- I-, -I '01-1 :illll- -
I .$ I .. I is.......... a.elsr tta..i' 1 Mr .'..h llrxaiit mn-nt, Sunday wall: \ ;:: lst l.; !A.

/'ut\\ : Vnm .. .. A. .It . friends at IhiMiton '" "- .. r. 1 1J! JI;&
ko.-" ',, ..ur..,.......-<'1.: .. .a....,. i 1 >, t- 'la-r. 11 T.! I _
I LMI1I, .dl- I :i'.t\.o| III Until" inlK-r 11 (..1ikitniUr
T..I. .... .tuery7'. "r..pa+I IIrt.. ''t 'I. 'I". morumI"' Mr- l.uke ..lohiiMin.imioiiiiniiK Mr l I'ick Gar.lntrl.|'M'", :Sini'lat ,in v.v; > Inil. 11 ( OJanu.lrl I
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....d o1'tlr. !'DI'I-.I"{ r
15." -6Uu, _n."b" ,.,1..' .......''n.1 I the Ill-at| !. of1rs Hraium 11 Miami. "i'-';' 11 1.1JlJl11'Jttl F. MILLER l CO..
I \I'dnll. \WlaIr'< Tatum, *<
.t,", Tn'. l.rr 'lint.e ai There was a very enjmaMe 'dance
LA. 'iiw-a.llitiiiili1".. .'eOtr Fur.yth was well known t' _. (Suctttton to EJwia NtUon.i
-.'fA i tuin Ih1' Mi*"* at the home orI andIr.\ .
'. 1..IS1Tt and loved h..r... allele slip was I x>rn.iinl given ARRIVALS.'
\ flar b> Mail I Hardy on t'r.I.lICht.. I HOTEL I Undertakers and Embalmers

Six M"*lt''" . :. rearj-d 1 linnIh..rp/: until I a a .
.. lu11ths . 1... I rule! shr way I liorne away to the l.an.1 I Pompano IA now I in the midst" of the .
,* ( 41J-12th Street. Phone 25. t
\ Ow"ik! by Calmer . .1'\ .,f Flower tomato harvest. S. J Slinh & < '01. PIONEEK-:, t-
: -I :She was all that wa most loxalilem through Chapman t Llm rl. are practically A C Marshall Mrs W M. Marshall

Tte Mi.mi Printing Compinj.AJ. womanlv character and l a number handling the entire' crop Their Fort l-aiiderdalc. Miss Minnie Marshall i -- -

> Tt!-tns' r..te* made known on .>f ro.lal"...... and mane friend herexrieve (tacking house IMhe l best .q1l11.1..1| | on Montu-ello Chas T Plummer. .
application to hear of her death. The remain ;I' the East C O..na.

TKI.EI'HOXK ..i-::Iti will l I.e brought/: to Home for internieiit [ exiert packer and nailers. who putOut Hallantlale ;il M Danuger Kansas """"

HCKMKTKOIOMS BIII.MNC:' arriving Sunday m" Ulnl//:. yesterday 1. 6d crates for1: different Cit) Ben II lloster. West Palm I.

I '.': an. 4'!:4 Twelfth Slr..t.I The fannl burying/ ground in North! :| gniwem/: I including their express Beai h |

1 Opt....ltp' I I Court House Koine. will I I.e the place of Internien. I --- J J Keith Chicago.: .1 1 I: Rolirtson. \

a_ 'it i i- the plai-e of her parents' la-it ,! Mr Tom Mill has been slightly; under New r..tlW.. I II :Nelsonauk' I j I

COMPARATIVE DISTAIiCE8.Prom tr.l Koine Herald I Krldavl i! the weather for the! |>ask 1 few ..\ .. son\ille. 1I' (."I.r. Hallendale' ; \\.I
I I II =
him -- -- -T-
'lint' his many frierris hos| to see Passinore ksonville
i 71mps Mt mllMet ed in Home
to A t-I'''.uram vas reei I out again soon. \ -

\ !II U... 1111. )1'1.. ...t. r.lay annoum-iiiK the death tif i SAN ('.\ Iil.OS -

..r I I : '148 r Sliami Kla of Mrs H II Taium well..II )Miss Sherlie Pike who hassjiending lean| 11% nip and wWe St l Lsll11| C powell. -

r f ..1.41.5.....t..,.. 'I4i 11'. JUSH' t 037 in 91 I I i I,,,'p. n in, IJonie mid in"... pi..a-antl) some time'' with friends' haratlrrttet sl''t( Rnhiiioiid" T WinHhofer Mi u\n-

OtlMO 5.r 1 .1 sit IICI" p i-i-iiUnd: H> hundreds I as .h."- to her home in West Palm hen T Fielder. Chemnittiermany.; .
5.p." "' ...... via. VCteYtrle.u. MamKor-) lS IMai hMr \'r and I Mi I > John \\' Wa> Pitt--iurg.| BURDINE &
.. ... 1 I"" 534
WI." '",''. *t\\ Tht- fumral "will take pia'Snndal, __ I-a 1 .
\.Yl.l l t"I: 11II0 "' 1"D North : .lamei Mt "oinli' has )ju-t toniI -
Js.n 111 0\:1: 1181 1 mornum,, at the lemeierv in ('Is-. 1 I'aHon, Mlaiita I'1.,1-

__ "ab..... .' It I Koine at H clock I pleteil a large new (tacking house ju-l lom. Tampa! I Cohen. cit, > J J. I
I t PssA.
t The following: gentlemen will. art a. north of Sligh! "C..V. Mr MiConihhas O'Brien c C Floyd. St Xugustine.U QUARTERMAN.

APRIL ;21. 1904.What's pallbearersMessrs.. Henry Harvey. : for his foreman Mr Di k Gardner; alter Hawkins. Jacksonville.! F L. I

.1 K Canlrell C t;. Woodruff G J. Mr MfCiimb ha lawn doing business l'.r..I"llanla.. Thomas H Judge I, I

.. I iiroach and II 11. Hill I with Pomiano people' for three ears ..
ills matter with New York I>avix T H and wife Allian) N Y.C } Austin
These gentlemen are requested to meet I and has always i\en perfect 9-atisfac- Jacksonvilie\

:he''s alright--- (' -- at llartetHill's. at T a in Sunda> I lion Fancy Dry Goods. Notions. Beautiful and Artistic

Nefit.. Tn..d:1)AI.rtl -*. \* Memorial, morning in order to meet the 7"" -WATER- -SYSTEM- II 11' VIEWJohn I Neckwear, also the largest dealers in Novelties
\ Conlt and ..Ir. Cincinnati E
t dateand Iran from Florida
>.y IMn't forget: IM day N.t/lh..rn/ ,
the departed Mrs Tatum'il! father the late Cut H P Wallis. St Augustine: Ceorge: i Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete line
don't fail!I to honor Will ,lie. 'lmprc,ed and Kstemled ross ..
y,,r.x1' with 4 I Forsth.. asfur ) ears one of 'h..1 the Rivt-r W Ir"lan.I'hilarl..ll'hla.\ W UChamUrs. I of School Books. Polite and capable service.
9 IovT ot\1I1"1< \ most prominent, members of the Rome I Sheffield, Ala. : O J Dick-

1 nie Miami Sunday ''alRhtMool! has liar and there are hosts of old family I' Mr. Parlin the cr1'engineer who l. man and wife, Holland, Mich. J. P.

not t..t applied for the use of a church I friends in Hume who1' will learn ttJ"l I making a survey a\ d plat of the property WIKM and wife. New1 York. T. T.
Weltch. city J. F. naldson. St Aug-';
n which to bold their Sunday night f across the river for the pun'**..
regret.-Rome ustlne. T B Moore Atlana W T Burdine &
\ I Quarterman
;.", "('aJ u.altma. of extending the \jlaml water works II
5S ': Moore. JacksonvilleIIISCAYNE ,... _
{1-- I system to that plair.| Is making/: rapidheadway
Can anybody brinK forward a The .body of Mrs. Mary F Tatum.
and mill soon have the work
.. >troager, Democratic' I.*ue than the wife of Mr H. B. TMum. who died In completed. I Twelfth Stleet. 308.

ti; Ltrtf ,iHMier* askp Champ Clark. I Miami. Fla Friday arrived In Rome In this connection It is said that ', W Manlav, wife and daughter M... I

I>uano., n",...'" eaklnit. dinner with a yesterday at ;.::10 o'clock! and the Interment extensive Improvements and extension son ('It/. Neb. Jno W. Mahan. Huntington I I _

'1I ..r" lot l""taJI" was in :North' Rome cemeteryand I :: J. P Wood and wife. then I
ofof the water works system will I
.,t --- owing to the threatening: weather I Ohio. C. J !hick man and wife Hol II
be made throughout/: Miami this summer -
J- .. Ovrxia peai Ih crop lsno aid I but amine .. I
>e only a short Impressive land. :\I1.h. W L. Cham I. Washington. -
] and fall. A new survey and plat
ke fnwled 1\ would take a- eatierlenced' I was held at the grave, conducted b> I Mr I and MrsA Poole. Miss I
will be made of the city and when the
fsu4 than old Georgia. has expeeTe I I |)r R B Headden. pastor of the Firsr 1 Poole. )Miss Elliott. (:. B. Eterwtr4 I
extension has been Miami will
to <-t some of our political .. II I II II II II
std) I; Baptist ChunhMrs Chicago.. Th'II'horn. Philadelphia I
.. rank second to no city of Its size InAmerica
"... ...... I Tatum was hurled by the side I : G W Smith. Macon.J. .
---L I on water work.These *. I
i..r her parents The bier was covered' ind Mortimer Smith Jacksonville; E. I
'lomari mine are \ud to be in .'h many- lieautiful floral offerings ; Improvements Imake M Brelsford. Palm Beach. Oeo. H. ,

universal dlsfiivjrtwith: { naval exiiertla -. I...nt in 1.- 1.h"lnrl"d. of her yo..th'' for water will an enlargement Chapin. I tout on. ;; ; ;
ian however] has a different visaand Come and fron home at Miami of the caparit of the I . . . . .. .. . . . . . ,

can f"rnl--h' proof through Ku.*lal. Those whu. gathered at the grave: pumping station necessary whalchances ----- i \ 1\I.Jo"FI.EE: BH.O'S.
will be made Is not Lnn..n.Ih"h ,
s1 instantiate her daiauj odeMenlav were the friends of her
\oiith who 'dmed the bleak day topa. they will probably be large : I KINDKK LtT.) (j.\. I
What. Our Bob d d to Ttroward ant, About $:."."" in all; will .be 'expendeilIn fOR .
the last tribute of love and esteem .
hI. hook was a pi nty ,tla literal!) improvements.CREKTINC Bake ,, I
to their departed' fneutBunn
+..re it tu hews llroward will haVe I t
United Stdtes Senator
!I"r..I.1I..da I > I : : ; TO WF.STPVI.M BEACH I
if h .titans or wa.nltle -
to again
[flume Kinder Lou Crates.Chase
Iu relate dama4e he .ill Rerel 1
I UKSfilJ:: TIONS In' IIKSI'KCTM '1 Y...terilav the follow" : wan sent ti. .
1- ailed meeting of the talus Vote For
.. Beach
Wext Palm
Kentucky.. Missouri and ith* r |,
Aid Sol let) of the First; Ilapliit, $ lIarne)'. Miami3BLln.t3.er
I \Miam 2I
hare basked In warm sun h lie *il,1! i
w'.9O -eunhnxideu yesterday In snowtornis Chun h of Miami. Florida onpril the I To .Il1d",'.. A J l>*wis.I Sell- u:::::::7 j

and free/iug/: 'weather \\ .. ,Iclit.| ,'nll, nineteen' hiitulred and four I West Palm BacliThe James P. Taliaferro, .

,under, clenr ski Wl at 'a ..,,'r.-I file "piesident &,ioiited| MrsV KSluiiiiiii. I Davis and Taliafcir Campa.gtij /: Lou Oriatosall
I : .. Mr- W K IMierr) atiif-Mr- sends andsatrs o\'t-r Dade
I j ; I j ( 1111) ofi Miami greeting Whose name is commonly County.Epicurean .

I Peer ;NelilermM-r olie of the Millthttil .1 T Sat'ilers a>. it committee to draft i! "oiigralii/: the | la\is and Taliafi-r- I I-.bt'dIds.... .. . t. .d ... .. .,.t;

Cbnago ."nd"'im..1 to e\- : ,ii'iitioiis' e\.ressi\e! of I the sensenf ro Club <>f West Palm Beach usm ihpleasu're pronounced as _

e. .utHMi S. nude wo of thetrtteHf the. sHieti on the death of Mrs I! I whith !is In store for it and 1 -

..band'I' take His life It Tatum. a hll h lomnnttee rejiortei! I'lthn! if ,
alt own the leople of'est IVai h tonight it was spelled .
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ver i redited an If j v>eidermierh the following i I Messrs Taliaferro and I>avi.
difierai.- ... \% Iier.aIt hajileasei. nur Tl. a.enU ;
die I. it ami
> (o what rewired a great otatlon here i. !
mat-e h.... lit is In lie done I Fah: rill His infinite Wisdom lo reining I their addresses last tiiKht were listened Toliver"Special Restaurant
1.-- from among us one of our mem .
--" to l tov ran immense audience .
Indian, I Neius to be having a aslaof tierour worth and honored sister, i Signed; \ E. T. BYINCTO.V.President ; : J05- 12th St. r ;

t temperance reform Curing' the Mrs II II Tatum.Therefore : Itavix and Taliaferro Club .
lie it' ItesoUed.\ First. That : Continuous Service from 6 o'clock until 10
last tear. *. it \is aniHMimtsl. Mm naIOMIS a m. p. m

have tww (Mil out of business in her death' the (ladies Aid Societ> THE DREINE I.AI'SCIUn .. .. .. ... . .... .. ............. .... ........

and about. :JC<) towns have no salixms has loot lone of its most esteemed. members I I ..

I Th. If'ItI''f1In' element. devlare. that i and a competent and efficient Although: There in Yet ConsiderableWork f" -
worker In the official capacity of lie lionel I I
th. w/1rk ill clixmg'; the h4lnous will to.
: (resident.. Its financial sun-esH was H'f.1'1L'l\ I L'. M. $A ICs:
still go right u* I
: 0---1 largely due to her wise and disl.rutmanagement The lug dreilge of the F E C Com I pee 9

s. w4ter. Pettus. ot Alaliahia at the /: I pan)'. whch has .been on the ways at I 1 Bailey

a::. .,f eirhtjr-two still ynpie" his Second.. That as a society i we deeply the terminal docks for the past -coral .' lien;Jrr If .rattrete

,.... in CotlKrehK He critic fee* graviesood mourn the loss (>f mir dear sister' and! weeks having repairs| made! in her YACHTS LAU CHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS

| and MinceN aj for ..I'.r. that is extend nir heart-felt as DI pal h). to out hull. \vn* relaunched yesterdav I Overhauling and Kc]>atrin i Marine K.tiiway.

injuring the I"'!".... and h ;rt InK the brother in his great: sorniwThinl. Though the work tu her hull halieen .. .[ 'Oil .\ve.ui I) \ )fI.UfI.FLA

nattow .ruin' H.rpulan' an editor That a copof these re..olutions completed there is Mill considerable ''I

rem.vk XViffce gone and tea Kolnic. j I lie sent to the I.' al pars| forliulilliatioii work to lie. done to her machinery -

milk under suspicion an< i water into and that a page of oinminutes a od gear/: before she is againready

dispmtr; bread proclaimed the. staff ofMidiKw lie insi-ribed. to her memory I, to resume work In dredging/: mil ,. .J
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cake banished; pastry nm- MRSV K STAXTOX. the channel In the bay When completed .

dnmeM. cwt meats forbidden: mostretrtables MRS \\'. R. liE BERRY. j the dredge will be in betty, Sale 6 1i t ,
h e 839 Carlo
posted as more OI! lens poismo ,I MRS. J. T SASOERS.I and more thorough working order. :i I s

< i>, clearly we shall .... noon\ living Committee.HEAlilll'ABTKILR than ever before.

like the jack rabbit on an occasional i j OF Formerly\ 61 tQ; palm )Jtot< ?1.

bit ot dry1 eras boxH and Hold TIGE AXPERSON I WILL BHU NEW HOME.
Corner Avtnuc B and 11th Strcet.
a 1& health fond. Well th. jack rabbit CAMP NO Hie: I'. C. V. Men's Summer :

manage* to keep all'f and movlnK.we Miami. Fla.pril :1. 1>U I Senator IMmlck Will Replace III- ': r Gus. AJ Muller. Prop I htorI

what n'.ti-p phonli we auk" Special Order\ No.'l. turned ResidenceSenato !

I The niemher of Camp Tine Antler, ClothingAT I i: Open all the

P..11cIfOOda are pnhonld bile trusts and I on. Nn 10.: I'. t \'.. are hereby ordered E..N. Dimick hall awarde. I year

not be ahuned. This :being the : to meet promptly at ,1:1/1:: a. m. a contract to C C. Halght of the Easl Li -
)K.itif 11 jr tar a.id up. -|I.\iall"r wcck and to Convimroial
caw it la evident tba a little clan of on Tuesday. April :6. 19 4. Biyou.11111 ...-
side for a splendid residence to re Cohen's. ; men. I.a'_Sample l Ki.a.ti-.
politician bay ov mtepped theirCounty's C M the of Twelfth
: corner Street and .
.lace the one destrwed by ore last I It. O. IUiMJ>. MIAMI. FLA.I .
rights! la using Dade courthouse Atenue D By order of
for the holding of political cau- I R. C. May.Commander. I fall sava the Tropical Sun TJie ne.. I -.-.-. . . . .

cm oa the Holy Sail ath day. Someone I ',om.. will be one of the prettiest a Ion"r
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had ; : :: = =:: : -=;;:
to five perlllssionl.for; nucLmeetlne C. W M. Williams A. A he east shore of lake Worth. It wil I I

*. The ah",11\, \ supposed to I --- M a frame structurr. two sto.high
he the custodian of bulldloi Thin I milt with view Hotel
the "I 1 was on the feni-e." said a rotes, : a to providingomforts : II the Biscayne
alwj belnR true he mnst be the Kullttpenun. of living In a cllniat thai
: ..stenlayliefore. I heard I>avls an. i '
: It la kao..nth.t! be !ilk! a leader lax now become world fanwiuii It (I-
of the fartioa that nathefjd there Callaferro sieak. Tuesday night., 'an earned tht the ")II' wilt be aboulI600U. t !; <)j>en from :\o\enlrr S. GRAHAM P.oprietorCvraer

Are the people of Dade county going now valiafled that they are on the Mr. Halght will hetn work. 1*t t" :May l .t.MIAMI ,

to allow their property to become+ the right track and from now on I am at once BO that tie Senator and )Mrs Avenue I' and Twelfth Street

usage ,of thla little band of. bolting coins to work for them." Honest DImick marr be la their new home b> ti

ringttara! confessions an food for the "*-. tile opening of the nest __. FLORIDA i

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Don't put off the Wedding, a few Dollars is all .ton need to Furnish a home here.

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and l will remain here for emu time with Mr and Mrs Lorenio Blackstone

)rtI and Mr Pmetllianm' aboard Heoru "The

(' from there are that they are dili- Ideal"Special ;

H. M. KING, I :Sir..iuhnise, of Oakland Orange "..nIl) fishing for tarpon but hate ><> }

who has a tomato farm at l>ania. -
counlv. far failed to make a <'at<'b.
Funeral : Director and Embalmer. is In the city today Mr Wise has !

: 1300 IVE11E D about finished! gathering his trup and FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Sale of Seasonable i

f will leave next week for his home to I hereby myself
.. announce as a candidate -
.....pt atttwtlos to Telegraph or T.I..rh..11.
spend the summer re-election to the once of Goods
at Greatly Reduced Prices.
member of Board of Public Instruction

Mr C. B Thomas, who has been :n of Dade county subject l<> the Democratic I -- -- -

THE | SOCIAL AT THE SAN CARLOS-. the clothing!! department with John primary May 10, 1904.d I Belts! Belts Ladies. black mohair skirts aa4 ,

[ I I The ladies of the Catholic congrepaI 'Sewell' E Bro, for a long time, has W. M Burdme I I See the newest fad In ladle crush round length, seven cored lap iiasiiInverted .

DAILY MIAMI MET OPOLIS. I turn will hold a social at the San Car-.gone I to his old home at Fors)Ih. (9 jia", belts white, tan. black and mode plait; the regular 7M k>rL j

I IOH Hotel this evening from six until i for a rest and recuperation He will WEEKLY DANCE. TONIGHT.-The i I Special price. . . . ..55.M
i' ; regular weekly dance will take place 1 .ShM Skirts! J
[ I for not return to Florida before next winpter I
MIAMI FLA.. Apnl 21. 1804. eleven o'clock The proceeds! are
: tonight; at Agricultural Hall. These I Ladies seven gored Sicilian\ cloth Lades Silk Swts.sklrw. '
the purpose" of swelling the fund for I
to dances for the wll be conducted In white all
I summer ; man tailored perA
MAIL SCHEDuifi.Arrive ; I the erection of the Catholic Convenand t large assortment of silk Mttj;
The many friends of Rev and Mrs by George W Murfitt. who has taken feet fitting with seam flare; special I .
styles and colors
many all .
school In the city an object certainly j ; bud...
from the Noith- } worthy of the liberal support of C Fred Blackburn will be glad: to the place of Mrs Mackey, who was Prl>*. . '. . . ; . .W 001' \r trimmed and tailored

.:06 s. m. know that their children both of whom I suddenly called to St. Louis a few
all our citizens It is hoped that the I
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: 11:25 p. m. have had measles have recovered and days ago Corsets.
building can tie erected this summer !

Close for the North= i The nodal this evening will be incharge that they are all In good health now : G : Ladies C. B. Corset No. 30:, made :Df
.04 This Information was brought; by :Mr ..
( a. m.
{ <: of Mrs M. Shanahan. Mrs Y best quality Batiste; this corset gives
':4' p. m. B B Tatum who came by Fenntndina BUSINESS LOCALS.
i OIHM Graves and Mrs Gus Muller 'I I the correct, erect form.
to see them on .his return from his sadmission
There will be no admission charge j eh.VK' Special' price . . . II :">
THE to Rome, Georgia.Valter ,

Waa.bDsWO.-For Eastern Florida: Miami Conservatory of Music. N'o 47 Warners rust-proof corset.is .
:\m.1I'.iROt'S: LECTURETheI
central I Franklin Coleman Bush director, %%IiT..lftb ,'
Clear and warm In north and \ .11..lns. of Jacksonville, I- a corset that gives the utmost satisfaition -
i I LaII.n..rnoun Club will give "An -
street 80
portions; southern portion cloudy.Tueeday ; general: Florida agent of the Centralof 1 both for correct shape and
i Evening ith Kirk Munroe" at the
rain. Georgia Ity and of the most I '
; one wearSpei
Fair Building<: next :Monday evening.: Ev
...ulmum.8'; minimum. 7T April ";5. The distinguished, aut'i: .r popular transportation men in the i sir a blur flat over the grocer}. store I ial price. . . . .$1 tr.a.erSTRAll *

-- 111<.- business and will be here several days
in,: with the impres'
TOWN TOPICS. I Ii ';'of hi- recent travels through the Kast \ : LOW PRICES.We .
I Mr C O. Richardson, owner of the
'and being Ir. h froni-the scenes thatare
,Ixaiitlful Richardson theriver
i11il1iCTRAWBERRY rive up
-., -ri@.irVC : lust now attracting: worldwideattentidn use Tennessee < ream In all our
and one of the I'OlInty'mOtlt
his utterances have the au- i ice cream and also bare the plain r.tw,
YES IVAL.-Tbe -iilistaniial: and progressive:; citizens .
$ I tboritv of personal knowledge and cream on sale at U. Biscayne Drug;
Lediec Shirt Wast"
of Trinity Epiecop Church will left )e ierd.v for St. Louiswhere he
ladles will l 10. reieived with great: Interest --- -
woe ire cr..m. bomf>-m a ckea and 'II !I... connected with the great Expo If you want Ice cream that Is good One hundred waists, all sizes, all \
The proiwrts will I le used to IncreaseUse
strawberries In their Ten on Twelfth I wope of the clubs library which sition. t.' and pure buy It of tb- Blwajne Drug I the latent sty lea In lawn, madras a.i.tllatiKte \

$tr-t between Avenues D and C. Cutrpany. They i*"*". T"nnf"'ream only a few of each style!
has already a-wmed very renpectahlel
Ttuniday aftt'mono and a 'lInll April Tht yacht Krterprise Captain K .\. 14: worth I-5": : and I""I0 i. We olf10
The for admlH-
rox'rti"ns cahrge<:
invite :3t.AILED : l | Graham: came up from Miami Mondayand rlose at. . . .98c. each ,
!I..t. All small --- -
has been fixed! at the sumo
anchored off the city| wharf. Onboard ('Oi( S \I..; \ 1I'h1.J..tIlM""' Indies Japanese silk shirr watbs!
nr. cent Pupil of the public schools I
FOR HA 'ASATh. [ were Mr J. E. Ingraham. third, 1 uilt lit an expert and north 'I 1V>. dark and front tucked and trimmest ,
a c obtain tickets from lrnf \\' W \
.amf'r Miami, Captain bite.. ..((11..1 vire-presldent of the Florida Fa t \\'ill ell for |7i. M'Pfo tu this oSieftjr : .with !la'.* Bishop sleeves, a waist that \
I at 16 cents eachPERSONAL .
this morning for iH."a via Key Coast Railway. with Mrs. InKahaM ":. will wash Special . . .$:4S 1

R "t.. She carried ....'..n..n passengers I and their piest :Mrs McComb1r --- I.adies shirt waists, same as cut .

besides a Ib..an ire ght: .mo',. Inxra-ham met Vice-President. J R :""hOf'l< Baby. any .color at K trimmed with lace; back tucked; new '

ibellat\ \er ,being a qllant ty nf boll I MENTION. I Parrott and other F E ('. offii la's! t ruts Th4 Racket Store sleeve with tucked cuff Special . . . . .$: 00

.,atf'rfor ::1I..n.. The Martinique. who came here yesterday from Jacksonville.Tropical J-
. Headquarters fancy fruit.
. (Captain/ Dillon, will '-ail ior.orro for SunA '.. E. B. DOUGLAS
H I' Geiger: of Hallendale is In the tc.. at Wilson k Fh. 7Dsieabli
Nassau w.Itb'a[ number o< | a.seuta n.sr I I ,

d :ivy herg9 city today pleasant partv awheel went up ; rmce rooms :or rent. Intuire 31O'and 312. Twelfth Street.

the river )esterday in the househoitIliscane. of Fetnk" of Bay E'seayne r
: F.I: HrdHfnrd, of West Palmllrach ,
DEATH OF A ((-HIIJl Stella AI- ( where they spent the davpicnlcing t
is in the city on businessJ lioteli and families FREE SCHOLARSHIP. .
: Ample lunch taken ran buy genuine ,
ford. age I year. daughter of Mr and was
M-* K L., Alford died! at Caller this Mortimer Smith, of J.'kson.ille. along I : and eaten under' the trees on Tennessee cream at Btscayn: Drug There are I many young people III I

morning: at :::)>. Stella wax the onlvdaanhter registered at the Biscayne this morn- the dank A moot pleasant outing Company. 144 Miami and Dade county Interested IB JI

: .l"but leave a brother of lall wa enjoyed Those I I. the part were Pure Tennessee cream on sal at learning book-keeping and\ stenography I
comfort the ,'rro.lnll: r Vrx J. Tn-ker: .. R. L. Harper. Mrs
veers of age to and the Metropolis propose to .
Bisea ne Drug Company. 141
f.'ber and mother The remains wvreprepared \\" Pas.more. of Jackson\illc. Is \\harton Miss Lillian Tucker MissAl I make It possible for two of them to

\ for shipment b> fnderUkrr. attain In the cit) looking: after his h,' tn hi. IhMielass:: Miss 'Bertha Graham. A Splendid Square Piano In good >h. have a chance without the cost of a tL

W F Miller and leave on the 7 p m. ...-. Interest, hereC Mewr Shallle. Htrier.| Howard pair. for sale, very cheap. Mrs E. C 'i single< l dollar Foil' full details of the

train today for Winder Harden. Fla. Mien. Bradford and: Masters Lloyd Beck. 1M j'I plans see the sixth: page of this papei.

where the ID nmf'Ot11 be made. F McCullom. of Tampa returt -d Graham: and Frank Douglass I MIAMI FLA.

.1 to the city )enterda' and !i. again: r ;- __ I I OFFICES FOR RENT-Single Of en- BIDS WANTED

WILL ENTERTAIN TONIGHT H littered at the San Carlo- suite; see McAllister-Beck real estate, I Tf'ndf'MlIU'f' requested for the'dellver'

The Paxconian ('Jab11 entertain a THE the beach at Cape Florid la Tlcin- ---- ..
I NEWS ON BAY. 320 ]-: Twelfth Street Miami. Fla. on
Mr Fred :Morse was a LEGAL PAPERS.The .
number of the friends of Its members passeni | Ity of Old Town. South Point and

at the hospitable. home; of Dr.J J. M. this morning!!: on the .steamer Miat ti. Pleasant Sleeping Rooms In ay i wharf, of twelve hundred tons I native following legal papers were diet

Jackson this evening. The affair will! going to Key Went on a business tr.P. Captain Malloy. has "Taken the twelve Twelfth-Street Residence. Shower bath. | rock la piece not under fifty pounds i'; for record In the clerk's omce of the

be aimWy la the nature'' of ant "open horse-power Buffalo engine out of his etc. For rent at summer rate, lira. Work to begin not later than May 1st 'i'circuit court today
Mr K I I. Harper, former!
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meeting. In order that khos Invited E. C. Beck 1M and completed by August Is 1904 I| .IortUItH..D" Gassmaa and wife
'ht and will
a Mystery
operator of the :MHropollH. In In the i replace It In
witness the carrying out of 4sample to Elizabeth W Plnmmer
may --- : Rejection: of any and all bids reserved I
city from Orlando visiting his famllv the fall with a sixteen horse-power |
program.A Miami Conservatory of Uncle. by R. M. Munroe. Warrantee deed-Fort Dallas Laa4

I i 1 J. J Hrien and George Floyd. Clone In the meantime the Mysterywill Franklin Ccxemaa Bush, Director. !!: 203 Coroanut GroveFla: II )|.i Co. to H. R. Jackson for |11)0. iota T
PLEASANT: OCCASION, .-:Mr and be l laid up for the .11..... .r and the 225 Twelfth Street 421 i j and 9. blk. 15. MiamiWarrantee .
I prominent olhclaU of the F. E C. Ry.. old engine offered for saleThe 1 I
Mr*. 8 G. Vanlandlncham: entertained.a . I VOTING CONTEST. deed-Fort Dallas LuC
at ST Augustine are again In the Constitution school shoes" JO cents I.
last cityon Co to N L. Jackson for $JCS loU
number of young people night !.
auxiliary sloop Zora. |
Captain pair at The Racket Store.FCRNISHED I
home Tenth IsiY44iliiines. .. pertaining to their road Every subscriber to the Dilly Me- 10. 11. I:. 13 and 14. blk IS. MlamL
&to. hospitable on Cook Is hauled out at Peck. A Bailey'
; tropolls can aid some deserving youngman Warrantee deed-Fort Dallas Land
Stn-et. the occasion betpg: In honor -hlpjard, having repairs male! to her HOUSE,
) and Mr F T : and woman In securing a business Coj to Mary E. Parker for
Mr\ Budge: Mr H C rudder on Tenth street, for rent Apply at i 1 $75. lot T,
of the birthday, anniversary of theirnoa. Which blk.
education by using the ballots to 27. Miami.
RII.IIan": the father of the MemirsBudge S. this once '
Mr. Sam Vanlandlncham: The This has been another dull they are entitled on payment of sub- :Mortgages from N. L. Jacksoa aac
: left thin morning: for a fewdatk I .
evening was delightfully '!spent In In- the I..,. The .ater 1.I was as .smooth LIVELY CONTEST.: ... .. Read our offer on 1 sixth H. R. Jackson Isaac Alkln, Irs KIa.
cruise. among: the keys. return-
dulclng In various games aa t soa w a millpond and but very few ...raft.JIIorrd One rote with every ten cents paid l-age. lard and wife Mary Rodlsell. to. Tref
Inc pnrfiahlt. on und&)'. : i ical Home
conversation interspersed !'with during: the for subscription to the Daily Metropoi Improvement Co.
II.. which can be used toward paying. CARE OF HOUSE WANTED..ADJooe Warrantee deed-Smiley Tatasj aadwife r

music and! reeifatlons, lie- C F Austin the commission man The Jupiter b.dT.//exacter for tomorrow some worthy young person1 way I| desiring to have their faralahed to Mary Francis RodlselL for
lirtous pGrshme.nts were. "tierved. and
from Jacksonville who has been here and will to tb. banks a through a correspondence' course to I j home cared for during the __. for 1150. lot 12. Mock SC north MlamL

at a lake hoar the guest departed Mr. Goldstein and wife book-keeping stenography. For fen 1 the use of a portloei of the; ram*, Bay Warrantee deed-W. D Hone et

wishing the 'young' host 'many' happt I' all season with the tomato growers \.w_ __ w"-: '_ I particulars. read the half-page. u- II communicate with "H ear jot Metropolis. to Roland S. Kola for 835f, lot 1Cblk. u

UU.or the daJ. -. j. ;I returned last Bight from a trip home The Klondike ls still at Indian K.Tj noancemeat la to-daft paper. 17 hlamf.j .

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tickets of the second series must be sent in on the first da>of June; and the tinaliount win .1' .trt.s wi.ll take: platy| on July, \Vhenticketsarereturnedonfirstof eachmonth

.# a statement will 1 l.e published showing; tw} st.lnthnol; each candidate at thai tlate All t..t. ::1j'\h 'l -i\ r -d at your door for 10 cents wetk and a vote in the Contest

I-rdel Call at th4 business otter subscribe and ;j; -tour tickets or Notify out fit our arrtt! .rid: lir .\ilbi) :ink; :y. >u the |,a'r and titket's.' Or drop us a card} a messin .:\\illcall..

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NEWS 'lu'linis approaches| |. will, be about HHHH .
The Tampa Electric!: Company today iRHW \
h..talledbOl".... power motor in the | i Lj.".! f.t in 1 1.ngth "Ta-llaha""" Capital Bush & Safford Piano Co., .

brick mar.rontfactory, on Seventh av
'Inco-foriteJ >'10 000
enu to opetrate the new machinerywhich 1 aiT" the Telegraph] 1
S.ni line gave(
Sc'' ne reseaawes
I* now being Installed there.a utteran-e tn the. U'lief that the rae := RaesJ
notice; of ,.'bkbII ein.Tra.y Jc: Sen. r. 1 Ze-v Yc. !
more extended > would\ narrow -
tar I ni'nl SIaSt nator
Emer.n Fiazx: Z.5.:> ::EI::>$t:::=._
appear in a fern days when it i* r.lyfur 1 down to a contest b.-.w ern MessrTaliaferrti .
oPf'r.Uot-TaIipa! Tribune and Jennings and the further -. Other Hitch Grade Pianos and Piattu Player **9
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From present Indications today Is toIle I, developments, of the campaignlead Pianos from $225 up. Cash or easy 1'.1)' m'nto. Tun- r

a great day in Barton. The Young us to "believe that me did not err ninjj and KejMirin A free bargains in slightly ; f
of the public temper The of I Dade
I in our judgment |people County will want all the
_.'s Democratic Club ha left no used pianos. Open eenings. news
i In theirery fln.t trial in High; this it is be
as to
tone unturned to make It a success year an interesting one because -
positions. of publis trust they have ,.
of th
!. every particular The news comes aoumplished results greatly ben....iflfial XXXX5QOOOOOOO elections.
from the different section that the, s
to their State In this age of

people bas are been coming made and fir mple their preparation enter- i I business Kro..th and development" the I Centrally Locateo i National State and County

tainment. I I people are \er>' apt to judge present The :
worth by past accomplishment\ and
Sixteen talSlea 75 feet long; bare been -
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built ID the oak grove Just north of i :
contest as it undoubtedly will be.
the jail where the barbecue I I. to take E. A. FOKSELL PROPRIETOR ,
: it Is easy to nee that Messrs Tallafer- The MetropolisHas
place and where dinner'in be served I i
; ro and Jennings will secure the bulk j Pioneer
They have 2.750 pounds of beef 500 '
pound of pork. JO bushels of sweet I Iw of the. votes.-Bradford County Telegraph perfected arrangements hereby it can offer 4.

2.000 loaves of bread. 50 | such attractive rates for various
poutoea. 55. RATES $:.oo TO $.* v> TER DA' newspapersthat
pounds of coffee! and other things In I Tom..re going out of the East : there should be no excuse for people remaining

proportion I Coat by the trainload. and the mono:' f 1 Hotel Corner Awnur I H and iilh street! in ignorance as to the. happenings of
Reed and Luther Johnson were I :
C. B. the
[Is coming; in from the northern markets MIAMI, FLA. year.
appointed at a meeting of the club I by the barrel. More ammunition ,
hare charge of the table John I -- -- -- -
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and the grounds, with the authority Stockton to use on Mr Flagler.-Dally i| The battleship Maine was blown up It is said that John Stockton tells II I

to call la additional help s.. I it is I Tallaha.sseeanThomsH In Havana harbor In February 1S98 I the people In his speeches over the IState I RATES/.

needed S. On February 18, I8S8 "'. R. Hearst
that he elected
S. R.1.Uor: I
A speakers' stand will bo built In I Worthington: of Birmingham telegraphed; to Graver Cleveland that j
('nlt"" StMen Senator In 1X97! This Is 1
the comer' the court house square I Ala ha, It Is reported been the Governors of fifteen States, the I i The Daily Metropolis
a* it has been decided that the audltorium aaarded the contract to build the first I Mayors of fI\1.t..O cities and varioii new s to several persons w ho were

of tht court house will be entirely Section of the Birmingham Columbusand other persons had accepted membership members of that Legislature and mho and One Yew

too small to accommodate the St. Andrews Bay Railroad .between bn a committee organised'; by his started the Mallory boom prior to Informing -
: $10
immense crowds that will want to I Chlpley and St. Andrews Bay. I paper to raise funds to erect a National I | Daily Times-Union .09
:Mr Stockton that be (Stork'
hear the distinguished. speaker of the i 50 miles J. M. Garrett of :Mon ( omI : monument to the men who went I t
ton ha-1 been given fair that
a trial
ery. Is chief engineer The entire down with the Maine, and asked permission Semi-Weekly Times-Union 15.50.
day.The Democratic Club paused !i resolution I line projected Is from Birmingham.Ala ; j' to add his name to the committee he could not be elected and would hare :

but Bight requesting the! speak. via (Columbus <;.., to St Andrews Mr. Cleveland sent this replyto I to get out of the race Ask Ha>esI Weekly Metropolis!' with Semi-Weekly Times-
.rs to eliminate from their remarks Bay. Fla, about 360 ml leuManufacturers' .- )fro HearstI decline to allow I Lewis of Jackson county. Galnesrtlle .!! Union _
e.rr>thing in the dray: ,of personal : Record I I my sorrow for those who died on the $2.o0

abase. : o 0 0 0 '' Maine to be perverted to an advertising Sun t;. With Atlanta Journal twice a week 12.25

Seats hare been built about the I The friends of Mr Lee Fenton, will scheme for the New York Journal" I With Weekly Palm Beach News
i THE GRAVE. 2.oo
court house square for the accommodation .be very glad to know that he Is rapIdly --- 111
I A startling Incident U narrated by t -
of the visitors, and a S.OOO tank: recovering from the Injuries received A GREAT SENSATION. -
bas been provided In a conspicuous I : John Olirrr of Pbiladt lpbi.. as follows ,
last Saturday While! at workat Then was a big sensation I : Old subscribers must all back dues before
in eetivllle pay they
pJace.. from which Ice water will be : "I was in an awful I condition.i
erred Music will be wiring on top of an electric light Ind, when W. H. Brown of that I i II j can take advantage of these offers and cash
during the day. My iHn' was alnioot yellow, eyes sank-
furnished by the Woodmen Band of pole on the East Side his hand came place who was expected to die. had' i.1 in advance trust accompany all orders for
his life saved by Dr. King's New Drs- 'i en, tongue coated, pain continually
-Tamp*.---Courier-Informant. in contact! with a live wire,j carrying I: these combinations.
. C'JCYYfI"for Consumption. lie writes: I I"I I[ back and aides, no appetite, growing tJ
. 1150 Tolts. The terrible shock threw
The work of laying the rail for the endured Insufferable! agonies from j I!'weaker day by day Three Pb.Jdaul.l j i ADDRESS
him, to the ground, a distance of twentyfire Asthma but New Discovery !
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railroad order construction from gave had given m* up. Then I wa advised 'tII
feet He was picked J: up In an me Immediate relief and soon thereafter j I
Moody, twelve mile eastward throughthe unconscious condition and harried effected a complete eun." Simi Ito use Electric Bitten; to my Joy. the tJ

Oeorgta. Florida Fine Co'i Umber acroes to the city to the home of his lar cures of consumption pneumonia, first bottle made a decided improvement I Miami Metropolis.

lanes. Is now well under way Abridge brother. D. W. Fenton, where careful bronchitis and grip are numerous. i I continued their use for tire 4

win be built across' the St. attention has brought about rery gratifying If! the peerless remedy for all throat'and '1 weeks and am now a well man. I 5

Mark* river about a mile| below the> results The escape from death rang troubles. Price Me: and 11.00. :i i know they robbed tile cnv of another

Natural Bridge. Mr. G. /F. Oonant, was' B narrow ODe for the Igh volt-I Guaranteed by all druggists. TrIal !' yletJ ID." No one should fall to try 5A

iatst a constructing engineer at the ace' was almost enough tq cause a bottle free. them. Only M Cit'Dta. guaranteed at

r.-..oath N. H) nary yard wjU fatality.-Tropical Sun. dw .11 dniggtita.
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I NOTICK. or elected. The offices ot secretary and NOTICE.I 4 V HVtts V trvwetv.%wwvava.

treasurer in the discretion of'' the I J
East Coast Ry. To"All Whom It May Concern: board of directors may b" filled by To All Whom It Mar Concern: .i
Trade Mark"WADDELL'S
Notice. i Is hereby given that the undersigned one and the same person. The names NutHe. is hereby given that the un- : \jjsi jjss

LOCAL TIM CARD No.53. In Effect Feb. 16, 19041In11Olfla. Intend to apply to bla Excellency : of the officers and directors w bo are ,1"rHllned Intend to apply to the Honorable 1

1 ,' William S. Jennings Governor 10 conduct the business! of tin corporation Minor S. Jones, Judge of the i \ \ I

.-"" souls .0UM.OU..u. UP. (the State of Florida for Let- until those elected ai the flnt Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial 1

fitlySi 1i Mat S Sf Batt TATI0N1.Ne 2a N. fi K.7t N.. .74Ti9 L71a lent Patent on tbe proposed charterI 'election shall be qualified are' Thomas Circjit of Florida within and for Dade $ Guarantee is ,a $
+y > .]1.14. D.I 7. 1 .../ D.L7 D.JI7. I4.ly. D.117. I Thereto annexed
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Cobllgan. lirefiJtnt.; Edward Burke. "OIlDt) for bald Judge's approval of 1 Written Contract."
>aTit ft.a| T U IT J l..> .' Ar Iwa. .4 a 13 |. This! 4th day of February A. D. 1904 the proposed Charter hereto annexed. $ i
1.3 tee N. J > n a L< S Maa ? first vice-president; John F. Olive
--.. .. p 1" i Mft Bt A urualf- j 4 Taoft 18 IMp EDWARD BURKE ...-.'ODd III on Monday the 18th day of April. $ S I
........ mUK= I II I I 11.all rI3v 4. 4 .. aa ... .. .1..retJld..nt; S. L. Patt-nnon. I j s.
... kei !__ Jl. t'. s 6+ I Ha Utf t IMP JOHN F. OLIVE secretary and treasmee.; and Thomas .\. D 191'1, at Tltiuvllle Florida You are .j i.I, d or S

-. I H43p WOSftAr .1'ala-l. '1' (Sal 470 ... THOMAS COST1GAN.' CoKtlgan. Edward Burke, Johl F. OlIve I>alrd this 10th day of March A. D. I $ Heis..ol.He *
IMp 1 Up 11 41 ft Ou.Lv.Y.auL.A! I 4pp 1t0 W.
ERWIN W. W. Erwin and S L Patters is'4.' '
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TlfpJ MSp _... IArB.a aM S. L. PATI ERSON. putt you on top
C. L. F.
shall oo.thut.be 11<..I.of of directors ROBINSON. 'i I
TMp S. sM.L.b.nli.a.aA1' | TMaIIMft THpi TUp / by telling you it the
The organization W-i first annual T M LEONARD I bottom.
15.41 D ... Lv Neo ft LvRtlBI HP ....
.... .. I .. O3 p .... .. .S. i .... itiT CHARTER.Tbe meeting if tl.- sUxkholi shall beheld J. F. OLIVE i
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.I'UJ. 01 supply .
.... .. J ; '111. undersigned persons Thomas 1.. A, HART.' you wants i/ you dr.it
11 Mp sip 1. T i rids lt a IdftlUa 1f on the first Monday In April A. I aft 10
11 4aII tl Hp ... D.7 .a.. 1 4 Ma 11 4 UpIHp :.:.... buy or sal properr,.
OT P Port O anar. 'L. I III ..... Coetlgan, Edward Burke, John F. Olive' D, 1904. In the city of Miami. Florida CHAS. H GARTHSIDE. I Ha oftrrof ;. 'OYr'rrgartdint fact.M $
::::J... If"I'M 31p .Ji' w 61. a 441 4 SOft OS W W. Erwin and S. L. Patterson, I s Out county.
Op Oak 111ll.. 40 the principal place of business of I CH"MIT
"t 4lf Tlruf\illa. 1!! a ID Cb t01p- i hereby associate themselves together R. 1 s C.n asst
t Li M'H ... Oix-oft ... .. $$ ::.:. company, at the office of Graham I
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|"jr.. : for the of becoming Incorporated The undersigned persons., C. L. F. s
0T 1 It ical'dr* 10 .. ... purpose I Patterson t Erwin; and thereafter E. A.
i' 44TP P ..Katt o.lll. 1111p ... 1 ppi ; .... under the laws of the Stat of | Robinson T. M Leonard. J. F. Olive WADDELI ,
l.a ..kelb..r.. 1102 3 $ on the Drat Monday In February
.'. ....'..4. I A p ...batillan. .. II M:! p........ Florida. I E. A. Hart and Chas. H. Garthside .lCcal P.tate I.toraat ...... t S
........ _.Si. Lin I*. II N... of each and every :year. .oIIcc1.... A&c..,.
I4lp4MP ...Ft Pl.rr*.._ t Mr, $ o& 1.M.a UMp.. Tbe following Is the proposed charter hereby associate themselves together S
7. ..:.. .. .. Thh.la.. 5 13 p .. 1* II al ..... | The officers and board of directors I Office first SJI. Bail !' iiii. Ha.
.. .lip..... ..... IdrB.... 1 41 D lr| ... for the Intended corporation: of said corporation shall be 'elected at. for the purpose of becoming Incorporated sKW
Jn..n j tll< II *4 .. .
... .. ... .,.tu.rt IMftIrt .. Article One. The name of the corI the first annual meeting of the stockholders 'I under chapter 4898 of the Act MN
..-. .... .#.. .R&4 Nnund | Sp ....... I poratlon shall be the Dade of A. D. 1901. of the Laws of Florida .-
T 4S w. iJup1t.r i ins I County and at each annual meetingof I
0 145 Is 1 ClpB W P.Im P..eh Mi 19 Mp IliaI I' u a 1 II'; Title Insurance and Trust Company. The following Is the proposed char- TWO IS BETTER
%i 4 st a ? $42p 440 .Pala A.r a. p UMp a ao M e I 01 p I i the stockholders thereafter or If In TaU 0V*.
MM* .. .. 1f3p ...B fntuBI if ... TMaTMft IlTp with principal offices at Miami. Dade ter for the Intended society and club:
11 ... 02/p. ... >.lr TFt ? .... .... /lIp any year no regular ancual meetingfor Article Here'. a lnt"> for the Uiraorou
hiss. ....1 t 0 e1 p !..aniVrr1a.Ltmrtn > / tip ... I Mal ...... 4 li p | County Florida. any cause be held they shall tr 1. The name of the society reader You want to
.... 04lp .. .R.IIanA. iaIM aan mosey
p and club shall be Miami Gun Club and
Article Two. The nature of we know how
IIM U .. .. C1IT 4 Up419p 'IT p1W general elected at the next meeting of stockholders to help ,ou. _.
\ 11 UMf ; .Miami I T TtOp Ia.. sw* 110 the business to be transacted shall' be i with principal office at Miami. Dade C8n flx\ ; li so you pay s lutle more tha
theresfter'called for that purpose the of
Tlmlu d.;'...op M MU..*. when UM l. *ol how.*. the loaurlogltbe[ owners oi real estate.mnrtKasres. county Florida you price want. one The paiwr prier and..f %\ the awe

I I and others Interested Article :. The general: nature of the Tim..l.nion and itu-n has Daily
Article Six: The highest amount o' recently
Cood.ns d Sohednlsi Between Jacksonville and St Angnstln in real eotate, .. owners inciimlirancers indebtedness which this may1'I i,;>j
JACISDimLLtTi .. ''... .. '1. .... '... .,r or otherwise against losi by company rill!' shall! be the development and perfection Three month. . . . I M
II- N..le4. t7+ I&t .4" 00+, IJ+l 1
at time subject Itself Is one-halt !MX
t>allTui b.l'Joj' j' I any montni .
Laly .
IT. aUGUtTIlK bftllf | L.f17! Deliy I D.117 Dd17 j !,h !Jalll Du/7 h R.air reason of liens Incumbrances or I defcrtive of skill on the part of the club's I One ear. . . IOC
of the I.
amount of Its then fully paid! . *
..lae..m... .. TMatllOallWftIUalllall It IS t,1' 1 JOp ,, loopj tea i.llip tip I"P titles; the loaning; and Investing : members In the art of wine and trap ; propose;; to send 'bctll.;
in stock.
........ capital you the
AsM > : tlOp laOI' 400p| Hip 02epteapST. shooing, and also the entertainment laity and
of money upon securities upon Its I Sunday Times-Unioa antf .
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Article Seven. The names and
AUCUSTINtTO ...tit W ....+'...SS+ ".Cffi ri"'.*..nLti-i.,} .. ,.>' 74. own account, and as agent or trustee re.Ildences of clubs of similar kind and of members I Citizen and the )I Tllor"LI. fur :
1ACKKMVU.LI PftllIMlly| | D.!., I 4 ka. I I'l'ini' I I Duly I itiu' I I 0111 I>011, I I Lulu acquiring.I I of the Incorporators of th<< of such clubs In friendly; contests I Mix: month. . I
for other persons; the bold- One j ear. . . .55
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and the amount of
L..n ........ anal TM'I .. .111:1' ftl 111 .''lt 10Pl pf'-"; company '
b. T 40 ] 4 SO p SIO p to leasing. Improving of skill In wing and trap shooting; and i-i" will' iu Ar.Jaek.asvlll..... MftJlMftllttft.lZllplIIOpj; IIOillOpi I J 1011 71Bp 7 ", ing. using andJ4is- stock subscribed for by each are as I i Tlmrs-lnion you mi-Weeali
I I l 1 posing of property, real and also the giving of prize to personscompeting i and Citizen and 'M
pertLfinal. :
follows Thomas Costlgan.; New York MXTKOrOLIS- : ,
Th Tollowlnf Are Through Pullman Train.: the accepting and executing of trusts ( In contests of skill at wing I

ElSTEt Thus I w[1'UK TRAINS City, one hundred and four tlO| and trap shooting. Six: month for. . . . I I ,.I;.
.*...T**. -N.w 1 ork .*4 florid iPMt l >IK..11.... l.-i-<:b..-.. .... It **4 S3__tII....* Pftlm LmltcJ I I t.... *3 ...4 02+-Cb..ro and Florid, Umil*. decrees of courts of record and by Article 3. All member of this club I
S3.43s.d 44-S .>oM flond Umll I +'.. !7 and j-Th> rir>ndHml'ed one hundred and three (103) shares; Thus for 23 cents more than &M

7L...Iratel, ...____.m.Iaot.l .'f of Pul'man Can and.s tr.rat'...will bi ekarp.l I virtue of devises and bequests;! actingas John F. Olive, New York City one I shall be gentlemen of at least twenty- I price of the daily, > you .get Iwo papers
lDs.o..kw.p.r.aisall.IUw.a.hJ.D 1 B".ur.or*.*tf>.. I...b.rrd.UJD'OBJ agent, ecutor ope years of age, and shall be admittedto and fur fifty r-nt. more than the
hundred and three (103) shares W. Leg
I .administrator trustee ..signae. assignee -l ; membership In said club by a ma- ul.r price or fur M 7'"'"', yon get 5I
BstaJTCK.tATWm. W. Erwtn. Miami. Fla. seventy-five the I
) I1 ORANGE CITY BBA.HCH.r mi-Wm-kly Time.L'aion sad
I jority vote of the Executive Committeeof I
. for the benefit of creditors receiver 1 L. : Citizen and the Farmer
a.l | a.4 US snares, and S. Patterson. 1011I and FnM
2.1 D.it $TITIOV and owning and this club. Grower. ,
f..tl7 guardian
or '
D Ily D.ll :
I I' ami. Fla. one hundred and fifteen
TM'L..a.,. TRasvtt1... .. M 4l0P llllaLT' II SxTrmft .ArIlllft 1/p operating abstract books covering la.-d (115) share. I j Article 4. The term for which this .: in end advance your ,ubscriptions to us. Ctak 14
i Ns Lv.. ... uses.. ........All 11 Lv Ul'Helaa .Ar P 00 club Is to exist Is twenty-fire' years. always at tbeee prices
I M .*.... .ls.wr4.a........ II M.I I bj II K Le O,ftiii* Cltv Ar ooPAe. title In Dade County. Florida and ,. THOMAS COSTIQAN. (Seal) I THE MCTBOPOUS, .,
I ... Jr... .._.... .' Article S. The names and residencesof ,
*) e.sL 4 LT M 11 M. Ar Or OtyJ U N the making and veiling< of abstracts or EDWARD BURKE. (Seal) Miami Fla ,.

the subscribers are as follows: .
of title therefrom.
.s.0) U...ITDily XATPOBTBBAKCH. N'.13telly. Ile. M searches I i JOHN F. OLIVE (Seal) '
Article Three. Thi amount of the I' T. M. Leonard residing at Rou.. .
u4*| mndft/ W. W. ERWIN. (Seal) ..

air. capital stock- shall N Fifty thousand :> S. U PATTERSON. (Seal) PointCharles

1 1 N M e a s 4UpUIS 51 p :::::::=:E .:;::+.:....k.Aba J.rk.r.lx.J..kr..ll 1 .:;::::.1::::::::::::::::::.t in sr TM***. IMF H sop sM dollars hundred($50,00000)snares of. the divided Into value fire of I I ... I Miami. Fla.H. Garthslde. residing at Cooler & HomerTicPfilEsuttiiJKciuIAteiis ;

_'I......__......_ _= : ............ 1 7UTM par I STATE OF FLORIDA. Ii |
: ,..(...................: -...11"1 s O/s One hundred dollars ($100.00) ea b. I E, A. Hart residing at Rhode Island.
'. which shall be payable at the option J. F. Olive, residing at New Tort -;<'s
C. L. F. Robinson
I G of the corporation In (tun or pr..>Tty, !' fore Thomas Costlgan EdWard ': residing at Newsport f --
aIR eOSjMCTHM MAOC AT ..UBI WIT_ nu.SIII OF TNt P. 4 0. s. L COMMIT rM real or personal, at !i lust ralvatlon j I Burke John F. Olin W. W. Erwin i R. L I I List Your Property With ik>t. J>o
1 Article (. The business of this cor-i t
/ HAVANA KEY WEST AND NASSAU.I to be died: by the Board of Dire,:tors
.1 and S. L. Patterson Jo me well knownas
shall be conducted
I of this company at a meeting cabled the persons described In and who'' by anExecutive j A floe piece of bay front property,

Tk.M Tlsi Table.how Ib. tlm***t wblch lrln mar be .._..... la salvo sad. depart for that purpose. Committee of five members with riparian rights witbisj a few
Imsi |b** ,.... _'Iono. but Ibelr rrlTl or.......,t.... *i tb. tine. ..... ,:.d.M lk OeapmiT Mold llwlf __OIbl. fo any d.'., or *oeoMi|*._ *rlai.( tbr I, Article Four. This nrporation shall articles of Incorporation as and and ,ot Miami, being ISO feet on bay and
secretary treasurer. offices
I 'continue and have fu 1 power to exer- I for articles of Incorporation of the I *W fees deep, having a lot *f one

TrOo.r.ftk,* LOCAL, TIMF: CARD Other formtle* I rise and operate Its corporate fran- Dade County Title Insurance and I of secretary and treasurer shall be bearing tree on it. This I* a...
filled: and the place for a winter home.
by one same person.
"BEE THE TICKET AGENT." I ('hlrH.{ privileges powers and ''nmunt- Trust Company and,illd severally acknowledge -, t- -
\ ) The names of the officers and members -

J. D. JUHVXK. AMt. Gen. PSJIS. An>nt.. RT A.rni.-- YT.A |'tI.for the term of ninetyninebuslnest /"Wit that they executed the same of the Executive Committee who 328 Tfdftl, Street. Stoner Bltxk. )

yean from and after the cxllleuce- for the purposes and uses therein ex- t MIAMI. FLA.
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I are to conduct the business of the corporation
1--- ir.ent of Its corporal* existencei : 1 i pressed I'
;i until those elected at the first ,
Article Five. The c" thisI IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
election shall be qualified are: C. L. F.
HFiA\"V BI.\.I\ lll'1'HING. I company shall be i fOodl1deJ by a ,;, hereunto set my hand and official seal I White Eagle l Baiter
Robinson president; Chas, H. Shor.
lIor... h.inlC. Wagon Carnsffe Wnrif hoard of five (5)) directors, a presi.IE!)t i iflrst i this 29th day of February A. Garth-I ..
F B Haven All Hindi Repairing I side, vice-president. J. F. Mive.
secon.1 rice I i D. 1904. Four Chairs. No
Brazing and soldering : vice-president, president tary and treasurer and E., A. Hart T. : \hitiat

s 1 All Work ( Guarultrrd Fir.t-CIau. I| secretary and treasurer, and any ;! (Seal) J. W. HORNER. M. Leonard, the Executive: CommIttee I Best Sen'ice in the City.

I I other such officer s.agents or employes! I I Notary Public In and for of said club. I A. COLBY. Proprietor.

Shop 800. A"Ven.ue: D. I as may fmm time to time be appo'iited j d161 the State of Florida at LargeM.J.MDonald The organization and first annual .301 Twelfth Street

I-- meeting: of the. members of this club --- -- -

I II ball be held on the first Monday In ': Clubbing
I ] January.. D. 1905. In the city of ,

I Miami. Florida, at the Semlnole Club

SEABOARD i 1 SANITARY and thereafter on the Bret Monday In 0 Rates.You .

January of each'and e..eri year.
jl'U'MIUXdandTLUMMKKS; ( i 'y { Article 7. The By-Laws' of this corporation can save money by subscribing -

are to be made, altered or rescinded ..1 1 for
\if Lin RailwaySavannah. I by m two-thirds vote of the papers
!I .SUl'I'LIKS I j you want through
I members of this corporation In good I II

itanding at the of the of 4
time passage
FOR CleTelud ltd Eicjfcle AjrnrjAH << r I The
I r any
I'' kind. of wheels Article 8. The highest amount of Indebtedness -

...-,' Columbia I C am en, Southern I ,:' P i nes. for ale or rent ,, or liability to which this Metropolis.

, Raleigh, RichounJ Wa hinnton, Baltimore, I corporation shall at any; time subject
, 21 l t i2th Streel Miami FlaMcNeill
Phil ia. I We
Ijadelph : : itself shall never be grrsXer than two- can give you the-

! I : thirds of the value of the property of DailyTimesUnionDaily
. Three !Elegant Trains Daily.i
i the corporation.!
Saab a'd NaN York Liivlited.: I Metropolis for
& Co. Article ,. The amount In value of the

' Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail I real estate In fee simple, or any leasehold 110.oo a year or both

I r estate, which the corporation may for six months foe.

. Mud rn Pullman Equipment.; Livery Feed and Sale Stable12th hold subject<< always to the approvalof '. .oo.

of Circuit Judge shall not be overthe
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i 4 t trtin. e.ms.' d a' I..I..P.II" al *
.. ilpvwt4lal, .,111.. "'a' '. dr4.."c......s aeer-. .nd OU01I r... ....-._ .. I Streqt, West of Railroad. sum of $2,500. *
e. '0'1'0"1.. aW ....a..oII..: ', *- v.I.. WjMhhKt .. Irairi i. $1. ,usn.t..Ill.. C. L. F. ROBINSON
... JarkMiovllW. UJI>p.m.dally "*.....:.,-l.<1 'h,.Ira,"l.....>.a ..t(>,_.....M riorldft list p. < We have gentle! horses broke for ladies to Jride and drive. | I T. H. LEONARD The

Only line opera ink daily through !sleepers from ,i J. F. OUVE.
Good Comfortable Daily Metropohs
i Carriages E. A. HART
I Jack 'onvilk to New Orleans. I
, First class Teams '
II I ; and I I too

i Reliable White Drivers."Florida I STATE OF FLORIDA Semi WeeklyTimcs'Lmon .

For full. inforrn.l iorl hI l sWper rC--ef\ltinn., call ..n ant agent of tt. I COUNTY OF DADE:
Seaboard, or write ,
On this day personally appeared before
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me C. L. F. Robinson, T. M. Leon-
A. 0 McDONNE L sst. Goss p i G JacisoDTille Fla.
THE Ilac ,|. .rd. J. F. Olive, E. A. Hart and Chas. $5.50 a year

H. Garthslde, to me well known as the ,
,f 'S. C. BOYLSTON.: Jr.. Pass. Ant.wALTLRS. Pastime itstriil Record ] persons described In, and who subscribed I Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly

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i i Times-Union
; their names to and executed both
, Publithiag Co.. 1

I* brtfmaiMa !It.. t>blu.ati.m ..f a barM ...1.11. illa.lrat.d family the foregoing articles of incorporation one >.ear. S2.OO.
......1. Florida R.nnanrr and H.. ..... It .... ; I
f .r"' will be..app.ut ,..,., as and for articles of Incorporation of .
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4.n -
kt/Illi JAMES M J\IK...N. Jsr a [ liitr t. Faced by a m < -| m n and _... Half 1 -
S i. PATTER03SFWKLL ,...-...... ......-.-, rD.iarli ... framr. e*.k !._ Hirh -.1. ,"............ b.s. 1 the Miami Gun Club and did severally
Pre. J nt t .r4 M., __', ..01 TreaoI' a.... ..14 It ......14 r..t<...Trr> b. -,... _t 1.00. ye.. wl y..sp The
J I treciHi TIH N.a. acknowledge that they executed the Pompano Inn
I .... .. I l.t nf.(' ..j'r:rith).rapr,. .t-t.-lan T.1,. tk.s this t h.p.hlcat.m. f..tlo..p: "tb a toga-Ilde
.... ... .. ... ntra.lyd.aarv same for the purposes and uses therein
ad ft a limit) d niaw: Kill bl. br".. a.4 grad to I....-'..' Record ,
: -Jacfc-. .lll.. ..I... .tlt a..a.. .",'''r a.l .4Mi will b..s.wl.e .
Dade ) county Abstract .Co. ....,..... Ta. a k.. ,"w.... -- .no. '.a-sob- -- expressed.In hi. McComb, Proprietor
I"..... pt r wi*. ...... hm i or ...1. ..... till pr.K.," / .....cut ..., and .*...... I Witness Whereof. 1 have aereunto
p.a.c.laradv.rt. .mwill rn-ma. by, Pompano Florid
ail inanMtialHr" a r ..f.1 Io.h..h..d. set my hand and official seal this ,
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; .' vlrvaHtlr maravnl Pit nda .trnr. "..rta seventeenth day of March.!) A. D. 1104.

I. MIAMI. KI.A. cmt, 4rrt.tiida O"i i L. A. MITCHELL. Accommodation tor gentlemen

Industrial Rec rd Gomvtny' Notary Pnb.le Notary Public. only. Produce buyers and solicitors

nl"lLnI'I"d.I I II f Be.LMy will find that they pcover
I I Jackson U. Fli. it- .
I more in
J.v.bM 1rn.1'1o" AH.ira.-t. .'j Iran b.. nf T.tN piompO, ...... oar I. : i Commission Expire I anuary %5.UOI. territory a day
. C...... w e >.a ..... ......... I ......... .... "o4"JI" wda N Dade *..n from' here, than from any oth4u

.r.I. I Ij > M.n .4). M. .( .r44Xiiyjsst'si . .4 .':f_=- point on the

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='T.E 2r? $ :1 00,000.00 '

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; The Comptroller! of Currency has made another call upon :National Hanks; for
a > of thc ,
report #
I condition: .it the close of business :\ 2Sth, I 1904. condensed '
L 10,1 statement of the !
i II I .Ion of theort! I Dallas :National to Which i } the public attention I is called!, showing continued IIlcreaSe!i !

i in strength and business. .
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.. : .I Report to the Comptroller of Currency ( condensed ; of the Condition of the Fort Dallas ;Nation :.:;

Bank at the close of business :March 28th. 1904 V I i

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I .I -, Ass ;s- ablhtl@S.
II ,I Loans ami Discounts. . . . .Sh.J., .<,.;. ..4Overdrafts C.IIit.tlSt'tock( ) r+ . . . . .. .
. . . . . . .1.>ioo,OOO 00 ,
;go I iS Surplus[ . . . . . . .
I'. S. Bonds Secure . 2.00000
to Circulation 25,00000 *
I'rofits..j . N
J. Premium on the same . . . .. .437 5 :National (tank .J. 'O6 72mtr
notes outstan i . .
Dade Bonds. . . . . \ 25,00000
I County 5.00000 eposits . . . . . . .
Banking House, . . . . . .p.2QI3 [ 202.07003.
U. S. Bonds o\\n jd I. . .55,025 00 "I I I I
1 ).uc from :Merchants' !> :National ; I %r.

Bank of :New York . r. I Q. 159 SS 1 i :
: I Hue f from National Bank of I I .

I JHksIlI1\IIIe: . . . 18,59946
\ Due from Mercantile Exchange : \
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Bank of i -
Jacksonville 7 33) 13I
I )ue from Trust ( 'omjianies of 1 3

:New York . . ... .. 7,500 20 i .
I Due) from State Banks and I II

I I /Hunkers . . 10,249 oS ,
: I
I Due from I'. S. J rcaSUfl'r. .. I. 250 00

I Cash on hand in vault . .;.;.2/)3 S:; i :.;, 783 f>o {
L I $390,64065' $390,640 ,1.


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i I i : t 17 Suits Wool) Crash were btu now .
t 555
$5,000.00I :j! = 22 Suits Fancy Homespun, were $12.50. now 675 > ,
! : : iftr t iS Suits Fancy Cheviots were $t 5. now. 855 ;:

l\. ...:.. . ... ....................... ... ......... ..- ....-...........-....... I IQ Suits Fine Worsted, ?ere $20. now 13 75
\I t n Suits Fine
were *25, now .
. Worth of the finest goods in the world to be closed l out at s 17 Suits !Fancy Striped Flannel, were iS, now 16 775 75 t
l 47 I Pair Fancy Striped Flannel
were th, now 'J'I] 3 45 '
I g e-7- : : ].,.... C",".',. t I> Pair Odd,. Pants were B'a"ts.3.50. 4 and 5. now 1 95:

l&or too'hit' J Duck I Hats *
1 R t tor men and boys, were
We Have placed these goods in theiscayne/; Hotel liock' to close out.icount ;, i liens: ,Straw Hats to be sold at exact: i. now 37cj
1 1 s we have not the room for them in.our main store. One of the firm land Palm Beach 7 Felt Hats}? to be sold at cost post
.r #I 1 esmtn will be there. to close out this mammoth stock. They I will di. any and alland j
tut: prices that has ever been made. I It will )pay you to take a day off I look through/.:I i'; Mens I and Joys Caps, were 7fc and I .0o'now. 45c47c '
i this fine line of goods, which will be sold at a sacrifice. The season is over and our j Sh1.rt> ,,
t chance for making money on t them is past all we want is New York c:ost. I'' 7. Mens Fancy Shirts, were 1.25. now '
r & Mens [Wilson, BrosStiff. "
I Shirts, {
i will wer p 1.75. now 87c x
| We 1 mention a few prices which will give you an 105 fens Madras Shirts
2.00 now. .
I 105
idea of this great cut price sale.
Mens Fine )
I ,,77 Imported Madras Shirts w bre :..o, now I 35
I f fVe I Have the goods to back what we advertise, and if you will (J rop.I ZTn.dorwoar. fits-

'; In, we will I prove. it to you. This sale I will I last until the gOO(I" e' have most all sizes. but $0\\ Halhrigfc-an ilson! Bros Monarch Tmlcrvhirts and ( t by Test. ,' .
,are sold I ] Remember I I I the place I Hotel I Biscayne Block, next to a if a\Ian SUit needs un the altering Spot" "e to do havt it. 12 dot Halhri-Kan: : Undershirt* '' now now" .. 45 37 w
doz Fine Lisle
5 Undershirt and 1 now"H,,
Drug Store. This is the chance of a life to doz Fancy Lisle Underpin-, 95
I time, to get fine up-to-date 5 doz Wool Undeifchirtt.. were 5 335

The Shoe Sale Will be fet Our Regular Shoe Store.JOHNSEWELL clothing for less than the price 5 doz Wool Drawers, were i.o, 2 95 95

'I of cheap stuff. Moms O&1ery. '
.ISet Fancy Half Ifose, now x tv
Fancy ,
now ,
35ct Fancy Half Ho*, now 2Qe 5* Fancy ]|af:! JI::, now 18e
BRO $i.ooKanc Half 35cI
1 ) ilo e now 60c
: BeltS Supenden and Neckwear going the amr route. .

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