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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1896
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
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 - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00137
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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c E. B. Beardsley and family. of New Monday and, Tuesday only we 'will Bead the'big batch of, city : ert. .;: Mr. Bryan ia,,con difficult. to .wjranize... 'He.: *

<\.'..... .. 'r 'Miaai' Me York, and Harry XIU'. ., of the same ell our 180 black Organdie. at Oo. ., 14-1& laiDoa Con
.; '! place with summer residence at Hun % naorou.. There are two epeecfa, .even Its phono- State* and wwi: 4

"" # .J1I',1 son, on Long Island, are expected ,asguest Marshal Gray last night had a negro them} and after you have a.thrilling; effect.; no '.0' of, 'dtftlrteDi" geose>NIIt,

at the Peacock Inn n/xt monthto confined In a box ear awaiting ;. tripto appears this week the half has : ,.Miami, can famish .the. .Ichool < ei'eipeetatobeing .

lJIJ .FttfillLT: UttlWttr.'Sheriff remain' for'. tneseason., .* Juno to await. trial' on a charge of been told. We expect to,Ia" and lmon> tree and "j>> cbaofdaIs ; T.

to, ,aaaault with intent Id kill. other installment oext week. shrubs few ufdtbb
of Yesterday ; .* :*.*. day* Mr. Melons \
Bev. X. V. Blackman the Methodist ,
the.fellow had rannina them 4s \ tftener. .. ,ti..MticrDma $

resides severely pounded. woman simply new r
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Episcopal Church, who a&Oooue.111 para"n' very little' ex
MINCE MRAT. preach In the public schoolroom aad teen assaulted her with they' are Dot'p.IcI.drerti' .. ..& road can be built to' the will be found ,,letter;,from'Jadie; 'Yf aasoeceeafut ,;
knif. lie from that lot of would White of iodonlnaf
war prevented cutting felt people Q* jrt'.bertlly
... Dongfait building, Miami next by following the line of the |
J'"r". :" her,throat just at the right moment by know just what the town a small beginning--
c KTbe'seyalJs f'
\.J. Sunday. In the morning"10 M and at supply pipe. TIM writer, .. }
)(iUIL" 16u; l.(.. bystanders. contain.' } of school wo L iJt 1* ooe oftb* -- 4-1 a
: ; ': .. night at 740, standard time. r with! Adam orell! and iventK"wiritrfoi I : ,
Win MoOtiff the ptipter., k patting. a Don't forget the made a trip to the portent ): ooe,of m
; .1."'" I.fi.... Mr. 8. Graham returned Mondayaifht the. tb-lw '-title 'boteV,l'l
: mos"laoporCj4. *;
hoc' 'eiga bo tit;: ire..1..1 i ot Budge'sbnildtrigii the casino of the Hotel Miami : spring yesterday.f. For f.1educatJonaJtj
from wail to Detroit a
a protracted
A boslneW of
Jo ; U e'corner of D and ladle of Trinity Protestant 1f, miles 'there Is ind} a Mn ef 'I' .
nia. a good
and Baffin**, Michigan, and to Oatario, I tbi&utfi. J .
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CbilUagworth the dtyfate : e'ltepel'aAl
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'. TvetfUi.... The Job;;.... credit oo church to-morrow night at 8 drive -which, furnlshea ]A

_. .. latt. .. ... night oa,balnees.8elp'ti.l.die aged 0aDD mother.., She wboM wa 'home aooompanied k in Oananda by her, Mao, aDd anybody who wants to find Mrs. Caroline W. Bockwood ,.. Here the soil I* a rich tion .UI be. rtibt.. au.X.'Oarlqok .,, -"" .;..:

'of the. haroh fair or and who will water la Miami Bodge'e lion will hare bo trouble doing perb:-soprano 0(. New*.York, ul1lrte of rock. At the e,1'' ma ''' 'JCl'r H ,

.BBUGr. ,Mi Voice Hall sat Taeeday night pee the ao U tby. happen'' to look ia the' daughter, who is ,an i !tjear.the springy, there' la .W t,'and his- family"' wu ."ibis'fhl f'. "' .

entertainment at Ctfcoaaut CoL V. L.GauMea, prominent at- proper direction and their eye >hit the. reader numbers on the of a mile through atietise for' a few days thi week.-n#They,wr;

Bettenberjtbe GrOTe..1pL. Aaexcarsioavia. attorney of Tituaville and prosecutingattorneyelect lair l.ttstL ,. Home talent will also .be...' t road' SO feet'wide domiciled at. tti 'Conotty Houiie, which ;Ci

: :'" : of Brevard county,came ml..loa.i ,cents. Come :out &' and partially U ao popular tb. Writers: Mr.s' ''
; .launch fflllrun,from 1IIii L The new orchestra which hu beesorganized ouj graded: Ke1 : 4-S>-
is :' down to Miami hut Monday night en a good cause.. !' :- ,' distance of[the four Garfunkle k III b 4lessedtrkbsa. t W v
.. Hear :Mra>0"rollae W. Bockwood route to Key West, whither be ID by a numberjof; our business I ..I 1h..1 ". -
: goes and young,jnen, baa been christenedthe Mr*.Julia D. TattX-Barry Ip the pinewoods at the bntbMiKiideA ,.... D.. .. '."B' "!'
,1..1.i the eaeiaoof the Hotel MiamiAdmission connection with important law beatness. >}' ,
Orchestra." of. the line; about three. la prosperous a; d .e hiatiiaed.at Key"
"BebJa JQ1d Tbe C.aa* Thompson, with tb .
crew
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tl orrowa1 !. 2S cent.I *. tulle. 3* West!' H."'simutv tee tae ii
member fare their first selections at Biscayne, returned Sunday Di ', came un- to -.... ....

A large Bumher of lock aid call boxes Do not fail to come out and -attend tb*Woodmen's benefit j dance last Friday their trip to'tua: extreme : i.. Miami I. caafuipfili the I "conddair'etro .oliiof80e t rTloJela j .,;. ',

"" ... bare ibis week been added to the posy the great Democratic rally at Union evening; and are ;spoken of very ot th* State_ in ,March of roytl. berrJ .plants! r'i2w, for hlsMelf. 'fl4atadeth.3lmol Mii, .u..f'.

r{ oflce, much'to the :.cemveaieace of thebaoI ball next Monday night pne of highly by those who en joyed the music. They MOOMded in, Mooring too woe belli: : ..a.TTvis.'*\;Jiajods:,: office a;pteaaaniWlt-\'f fd W'Hfsi.' P. .'tf.!
.n.i Ben and other. patron tbe Presidential electors for the be alas these Morse and A. Corell I iwere jresentaM:: ;-,
I .. '. They win open for engagement for Two of are about >ievjr.hav .been
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., I fair .t.0IereIa ..a.: .. TtatTJaioa Hall State of Ektrida and .possibly Hon. B. music at any time. tall and at'the. largest, place'about caged In jEagiandThey mv'Weanxiter i t.tf'-1Cl"1 t e!t 1(:

: W. Davis, candidate. for Congress,, will. inches ia diameUr. The rem", .... street to lookuieaeau ti tryrtr, ,,; .T
next -flsieadajr r fdM at 3 p. BL, by ladie* s' Ton ala; dish .,ca tle* la :'M air, ,
of off ,the.
be can get oysters or touched a mftteh by hteitef at :. l'
< the QIIWtt ehareh.. Go std help present. of amalUr.ak, Thy report Cubes Mr. .... Ita.)
c fi ice cream at 8.< Belcher's' parlors, near. ( ; probability efeetlk '
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orB'an's ,
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'....; k, The dredge Biscayne ba ,this week the wharf --. '- 33-,tf : tell tree a* largeaa. the largess& Intense excitement:In Garfunkifrpa7Tfe> Wf"? S5 >#.
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be found when these
l Ota hour
'. "c,': 'bi,Drama "Bib ,Grand'" wa ren- been engaged blasting and dredging, An entertainment will, be given in o tM. Oooaidrabl diAoalty.. tcirdeV-BayjaroV aent.Jor dlppe'rr/ .Caere+1Jt) w';f rtred
on the south sid I of' the river at the -Yam and.Feather.t
-rlij; wHb, marked, iaocess by 'local tbe lapel at Cocoanut Grove to-night. argl rt1f1fH !! ;'
'. :1 bend Just below the ejty.dock. i 4. 80111 ; rkaeedfcanacihekrge uses j< iciDi.irj -I incarcerated.i. f

rI ."'' '. takst'to,, ..r .al" -- tae1' ''on' Tuesday,;:.... ,.,1'i .......lawat meywasoitvW.N dose Mri. Candint.W-Bockwood.ojr; New tlag?thm oat of the' Jangle. '*.. on. : *'* :aad: 1u '''' ;, a1l&Fflom. ae'i., .

; ., ti" -, ...IlTJt... .r,:,, "i-i ;- .. I If. I I.f. at this point and'the 'had bead la tb* TorKaeoperb: IOpra O, lId Miss Bock- th*BItoa,....' ';iget, twoUae-- hinter;: rear lnSbk that'rloa' '> 'ibe'irtoa bad lIft bee,r.e. .'{ .
J I 1 we .
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wood, her daughter,an excellent elocutionist "
.f. --JI.LJt ) aJ4 left for,Jaek- ..." rlcbwo .
r channel reRoed.'Tbe Next week we will sell 8-4 b a naaisalst' hind betl erioa* fear 1..I'
in
will take part the we :
_die and St. Aaguetiae last FridayjMnftpfr program.Admission :
Pepperell sheeting*0o former ;
'" retoraiag' to Ibis dry oa city ordinance*,which are being .!e ,cents. ,P foceed. for the zfe per yard. IaIDO; ;ohUqoity..or hys- marshal would i <*pjiir*them flag or.vloIso.. J
they
;\ published in tbi Paper, Bbbnld be interesting I benefit ofthe Cocoaaut 'iOrore Union uauajly<< the oTdlDaiBti"agaliuk'fljfcifeg b J { :.:.!
'Yott/ip night. I
A On his of Capt. -Jbut the birdied level-] '
i ir' reading,, especially to. our Chapel. An- !excursion [will probablyrun trip Tuesday fore tbeTtgos+thee.Fbrry4 tlnp'dnallj .,
5 ,. LT.Eicbo andof Cutler,Is stopping Miami aabcribjrs. :All should become from. ,Miami. found awaiting him permission .. magistrate callsit quiet l rfi' wn itdtIy'separ

at the Hotel Miami; having come upyesterday. familiar.at least with those ordinance I the war departm'ent to plain ateaJing>and act atetf;each more .e( agar eon viaeed on.1

; t ':!% regard tb outlook'on providing peD&JtJn.tor ,offence com Things are moving forward very name of.the.City ofBicbmond to -Xaataua. Oomspeadent the truth of his c wa particular. .wt' ;
k' t rapidly at the new settlements of Ma-; ofthe City of Key West. During } NewaJ t 4
favorabl,
the'frant mitted the city. I ; than ever Guf nt. kleby-the-way, s.

&} r .Help the ladle, of the ,Episcopal dello and> Halland, a few miles, this side day,night Wm. M. McGriff school J..b b proposes another KeT.W t I rVwtw wlU get the .
Tbe laaaeh Oaoo will makeaa exearaaoo -
of New Hirer. Large patties of emigrants 'Cltof Key West" upon o Our
[co-education of:'white Mxraorou*regular /in,future.
attending their entcrtaln- .
t church hy between her and .Oooaua'i
auto!to-morrow nignt at the caslao of 8.ednADd Danes, are expected feet of canvass to. tack over & the same b6wingscla| es }list Ir t"iJi t.e1t 14 i.' iA lrrer, '
enable tboe wbo
Grove tonight to
i may in few settle. of Bichmond" '
tt, a days to :upon the fertile name "City -declared unconatitq* creditable. '
the Hotel XIaaJ. wish to do solo atUa&tb eaterUfavmnt ; ; >
*
lands about' these Ipoinui, Gad present and until the permanent Calf 'Green' Cove 'Worth : ".
j : ., ,pIt a Like ews has;-adopted
at that point If th* party eon- ,
down from Ualland lastnight Ipg can. be done. McGriff bad '
'; Mlle."",I. B. kclkr left her last Bryan was Da, when of several eaae the'Wnslbl* course aoxl'nowtthat' thetoelpty
-a. of a* many*e ftf tern or twisty per00 and stated that work work done in time for the boat to t'I' .
; was being nnder'the
Saturday_tor Dayton to spend Sunday Hbeats law
t' th* n&'e.w ftT1'iow. I eiection. I isov r accept 'ib verdiet. i
l-' wit* her"parent and retained 'to ..., pushed u fast as possible. ; Wednesday morning. The In the American Mis: .***'tt p l .J .tlt. tME .. :, Is- l'

[} Bali oo Monday night. The Misses Bicbarda, MM Annie :O.' J. Miller who has resided at Bidhmond Is no'more... Tbe ''' Schools at Preen Cove ,..ftdlr1M.1 .die, a.r + .

f '4' low Johnson:and KIM Joai Curry, of Key Miami all summer,left fox Jacksonville Key West baa come,to stay.If : : 'e] accused teaching, bM.the rffroateryi to..claim. thatjtfc*
Fontaln will bold BUM
t 1: Father JO and high wit with music:at West, returned. their borne Wednesday but Monday. He will probably remain you want a good bat go to in the tame building. : jorityUf 'tb1i'0 |: .';weii. J ni tbt',
7 I
at i
the of West after
oo City Key a Shoe Store. have fine liae. Llo ] feature decided
They a dud the '
that (a. I
In the f the State wrong
metropolis / u
i 9 JO ft. B:;, 8UUdIyaOTDIDg, at J. A.Heponald1 ten .d j'. visit a)( the borne; of Mrs., j [ law 'was broader '
parlor la the Royal Palm Dave Moony. The ladle were callers. for month and. then. return, to .the The Dauntless, ..bleb'I.; The questlon'ot th'e'un *, apparant .utter ibabUltyMtroITor Fl'I :;
iafloenee 3i .!% vote '
coming metropolis of South Florida. to have been lying at anchor near : (!! t
-If' at the Mxraorou office Tuesday.Mr JI of,the law urged 1 by set 'l''
the ? closed
Mr. Miler enjoys distinction of being Florida for several day*' with the c&lDpalJ1JUtt jo.t ''
,X,J.. .West, of Hampdeo, Iowa wbo *. Joseph A. McDonald left here the tallest man in the State. Be ter Winona near at band,'baa Upon the ground that it palable r l eifce tgrt feet ;,gar: 1JUj 1- .
star alary* tract of land ,at Modellol .* the rigfat of private con-
for 8t. Augustine last Friday momIng is well pleasedjwith; Miami and may gaged to take the place of the tftb iedJudfces f ui.

ibs DoTto, al.l"&o, porebaM lumbertoooBtntctasnuJI stopping over at West Palm make it bis permanent future borne. Key West while she 1* being touched upon'by" Judge bl..D .l f.lJ, j'
Ms... fArS&I .. tb* SbeaU lawla a .,.. Y. ,
) Beach until Saturday and leaving there bore to bave new boiler 'placed -.t. those W_ iuke't .. ur r'{ +

". )0 .."-.' .. oo the latter day for1', St. Augustine. Ifyou, burned dons" with want potash your, clothingtorn lost'or bold. The Dauntless wa* aeiwd' whelming majority': .CbiUltgwevth"v. rr 'l'',

_."fir ..-Me s:' of' : Trinity Proteteiitplooaet She wa* accompanied by.Mrs McKay, strayed,take it to the Chinese laundry. nesday morning by the United girts ae .:trial order of job for sheriff,' and tlW' I that rah 'fi 1a.> rs tWmoutYo ;

.Chareh will tent ,oysters housekeeper of the Ponce de Leon ho. John does it "bell, good and sheep" cruiser Raleigh while she wa *,oosfldeolweean plsaai eh.d'J qtbe 'kent splrK', ".

F .Invariowistyleslath. *:'Casino, of the' teL t-tt ; New Smyrna (waiting 'to .," of .ftrioea w .aadttyleof" I I ciidEl. ".'aae.of '. 't".,

BotetllHeAf! tomorrow. evening,at *J. E. tngrabam, and commissionerof The MaTBOrot* baa bad lao exceeding cargo of coaL .It I* expected, she f .. F '1 .. .I !T.li1 ,. .

o'clock.Mr : Florida East Coast Ballway and rush of job printing this 'week be released la time"to: goon the ., and ball. given by t p a4ing,orrltt. .wrpe m ;

vice president of the Fort Dallaa LandCompnr which baa necessitated continued /&. West trip.: No munitions of war' of the World ,but ;Fri- sl'o4tfxi'oe? ,DeTar" bU4, ; i.a

It Y .,'W L pole will :commence; her ;wa at New Biter'yesterdayand forte of the entire force and the local. found oo board the Dauntless '' of,the storm Mffer- and there b a well kno 'I'J"f, a. ,
*slot, ohoo1 next Monday in one of success,both socially about what | will dot 1C ther> '.
II expected here to-day. He Is on i editor as well to serve ourj patrons as Mixed. Fifteen too of coal. waa ,. sesfipeople '' .
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\lILt small IWJD" ear the ;CoudlyHaose. decoration Gb abieedbrother ,'I.
have wished. Miami isolated Tb. ,of are'fiten ro e jetnwgjl u f.
they being '
she had.
Coast
of the ] '
trip Inspection, along cargo
.' Mr*.Col* bus promise of ai from any other ritll it is not pus.Bible I *[qulte .eliboratesnd; ypaTaTepn>bilr faiaceriavour ; : lr;
,
i i rr.. *nooorMi. g private claw. corn.s to call on extra help wbep necessary Ao item appeared* In the 'i the ,Vcommltt,of,u. bellel;&V i. .hwahil: ti.oe..:...roa are' 1"':'!: f',-

; I Jut Saturday to the effect. that
; .ponaiating. .of Mesdajpes %
J.C. l tU'oI'en a chest it'efI'PeI and something must be slighted. ; : t.aro bFvotgit ,1
Wm' Vamadoe ha Voerge bad beard from bU'ra .
He abourcompleted This time our local columns have bad and,Parker, ,and .. .
w'&o0 I at ,rills Monday ehsuoe., night.There... the work of blasting and excavating to suffer. husband. Mrs. Voerge waa very wbo deslr. /* tend before chef eooW +' UafJi4''t,

:atk* fifty cent a lot on the waterworks supply. pipe line dignant at the statement.'. The 1 it bo made liberal dona born bit, I but we never. ,i lore. ,beard of' \Z
took be'dbneert
soot very fine in tb*. to ditch. Yesterday there was remaking The work of driving the spike for born* was at Meyers. ,Mr. Y : the,I refreihmeat. and aJte1aJn.t Ltej ... g:, W

a .dlipoeed of b.state.......' ,\ "q. about 110 feet In length of the bottomof the bridge across' the rivers j the Avenue came over her to work a*, Je a* ,well .a* for other dragged his mangled':'IJ ;malee'fruint i

Ir -and' 'refreshment- : the ditch yet'''to be blasted and G crossing waa commenced Monday ing. H* wrote to Mrs.Voerge to --The Woodjaen btaeth Uewreck and I .4r..u.U

ftly a little f fterward+ !at the cut oat thrown out. Tb. work will be finished morning. Tb bridger will be a on over She started by way of /'; lbnks.:;to thladies ng high'. .r j!

tte Hotel "'I&.I'I night I tomorrow.An 'I draw bridge aDd will have a fourteen- and Key West. Mr. Voerge,' in, MMJ&fletent help, Lad I 1' '.P-

for tbe eaei*of Trinity P X.; church foot drive way besides the hx*' walk! mean time, started, for_Meyerse .. Orchestra for the WaaW.wet. ",. {
.. ,excursion will be given from Partner In well esUbiisbed 1 I .
1 north
r The the side of .
ofMiagl. AomkkloaMeeate.: Miami to New Smyrna to-morrow low prairie. on turn with his .11e.-'rID this.way "' e for the occaaJon t
mThrwllib- the river will be raised to a Wei with missed connection. When h* a ijI #f
t; .. : e,aJHeraryaDd musical IDOI'Dla..1.be event being'- the colored the bridge, which will be six feet above at Palatka oa his to Miami 'appearance i...sa b1te. ,mee. JC.. CmEts;,i '0' to;
'f that, return t'h"era 8MJC, .wbkh 'f
Everglade school .campmeetiag at place. Ticket work bt-tS-lp WetPtBvddid 'BeaebTh. :
ettedtinmentatt low water mark.; Tbe will be wired V. U waa '
art to Xoa4a,. Far' for Mrs asking so*, ,. ..ted to the..torm *at. I -
good return
1MiaW-.*%&'I Friday: evening, for the finished before December 1st. '
I round I Tbl* 1* the sum total of the whole dollar which the.or- Oralft T fL.d'yJ
r benefit' the the trip, p.oo.nil 'an ex- :
of I
organ fondSuplee
bytertaod ice,cream will; be nred. ceedlogij.low price: 'for *o long trip; I .Services will be'held in the Presbyterian satioo,that wa atarted. : .receive .foe<'tbeauslc Trees Fir,'thooand, radio elao&ee"-U Palm II *..,

being COO mile travel. teat oo Sunday, both i morning I to the"'u a'faAd; Rues
George M. Bobbies, Xq..pf J-IHric*
.: TbMdii:, 'ofIM', .Bomaa o. o loishush Four 'bofler eUadlajt I and evening.. Bev. Boot. Lovell will vilk an ardent advocate of silver, -, whiofa:wa*:forwarded lisioe kp; i HATCH,.! totf
of Hkmi with bold a fair or bra, larg* ar apoa I preach. His subject for\jtb*'' morningwill aad the De ottbex+ellet fond: lr pftidorm !* v iJ
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flat ear*oa ttieaiietraok awaiting the eoavwftkae possesses pbooograpb : '"*%$ ]
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c cL ARTICLE II/ ;; ;-..ITPowtrt the change desired to be made, and'no ordinance shall be cate, which duplicate shall he filed with the!City Clerk. 1.: J j
.... t'" : ::A : '1' 1. amended or revised. bX..J'efc nce.to-it. title,only; but the and if the Marshal shall..also be.Tax Collector, be shall."On -"
<.. ., hard Duties., oj\\ Council. 1 ordinance'a i : revisit, or kfiep'seition/as amended, shall be the same days he shall present his stubs, of| ,tax,receipts: ; .
e SECTION i. Be it ordained by the.Council of the.City+ re-enacted and published at length. to the; City Clerk, whose duty it shall be Jto check and -I j..'.;
L ol MJami, that the 'Council have and shall exercise"" the SEC. 10. The Council shall destroy in open session all I 'compare such stubs with .the .said .reports The Clerk, '1 t
.I powirfs hereinafter: enumerated, ,and* a's arc or may'.br! : paid |and cancelled warrants after the same ,have been (shall certify on each of said reports the. reswl Iofrhiief am- f tv.
.. -.; pcreafter conferred by law, and may>cnact ordinances and listed. and verified, which''tist shall;be filed jn hey 9ke of*. "nation,'and at each regular meeting of the ;'Council 1 all 'I ;II
-4', regulations relative thereto, and enforce uhe same byappropriate the City Clerk and a minuteof thedeftrction'of' such *inch reports, with the ;Clerk'* certificate of; examination I ::
..... I j jJ' penalties. .Pirovi4jtdt that for no'one, offensehaUra watrantsjshall; be entered.by *tJerk: with the, proceed. theft n; half submitted; : to the City Council. fdr approval 't

: 'l. fine of mote than live hundred dollars be assessed. .jugs pi diemeetingi which the same.were destroyed. or rejection. .* ,. -I! ,l: '.
!:, ,auOo.'J .r :nor imprisonment fora period of time greater than sixty i SEC; ii. The President of the Council, on failure of Sac;, 4. The Marshal, under the direction of the ::1Y.i.t
.. .. GEJ: .ROBBIOte. days; to take, hold, control, sell and'convey property=; the Mayor so to do, shall take the necessary, steps to Mayor and Council/shall be"chief of the police force of t.. *: :
WALTERdGRAHAM, 'real. personal or mixed-as may be'necessary, for the use declare a forfeiture of the ,franchise or privilege grantedby the city, and shall exercise general' 'superintendence ever I Kit:
M 1 .EUAEHE H. 'or!benefit oft city; to rue and lie' sued, implead and be this city to any company or corporation, in accordance the 'same, and is hereby mad r/esponsible ;[for the good I .:7
F.MrINLElf: 'impleaded; to regulate the'registration of voters and.the. with|Chapter 4,052 of the Acts of the Legislature 1891. order of the same. \ J"' \ "I.I ; 1 ,.
.. .L. w. holding of ail municipal elections; to judge of ,the returns SEC. 13. When the President of the Council i is actingas SEci 5.: The Marshal; shall "'always be onj duty to preserve I,
I DAD-COgxTY, 1'LO&1D.L of such elections and the; qualifications ot its own members Mayor, a President pro tern shall be elected Ito fill his the peace and maintain order,* id shall,'not' 'leave the 1 '
.::, :::::ai.o.mac.a.oa f rs.nL ;'to make such bylaws and regulations for its own place during such time. / *<%.. -v limits bfjthe; corporation without fir t having: obtained the t .
: & :i:1: .... :government as may be deemed expedient; compel thertfqdancc Sic. 13.1 Upon a two-thirds vote of the :whole youncfl v 'Consent of the ,Mayor and having au horizedj: deputy, for t. .
.' aM aM'euw...:_.. eM CIwkl of its own members; to expel or suspend a any municipal officer may he punished for any ueg4ect or whose'acts! he shall' ''b=responsible,.land the| appointment ;
kt .......... ellewtuc. all TI.t Mae* member or any municipal officer for,cause, but no memberor violatioiiof, duty, bj' reprimand, fine, suspensiortor! ear pol.l lisioni ql said deputy shall be with the'approval of the Mayor. -1.?.t
:t'"" -. ........... .Dad.;0. .Naas.. us as... -...tit". officer shall be expelled until!After due notice and a fair i but'thelayorshaf tfotcbc !liabdy t ,rtprtma"t" or' "'S& & It shall' be the!I duty of the ?Marshal or hit' bdeputy 1
"''j.- +% .' ... ., hearing; to fill all vacancies; that may occur in the city! fine. Nor.lh any ;puttishnlent or penalty be'Iinposed! to be present 'at, the ,Mayors Court during each 1 i')
M. D4 : Dodson-' .. :government by special 'election ur otherwise; to.:fine tor .. without due'notice and a fair hearing, except that any'offierr session, and to serve nil writs of summons,!warrants and + y p r'-
-_ reprimand: Any member: or officer except the Mayor; to maybe suspended for cause .: notices i issued by the Mayor or Council! ,and when required i :rt.
'-t"'to '=Z 'TIBT. preserve"the public'peace and morals, suppress riots and SEC."i4.. The fiscal. year for\this municipal corporation by the Mayor, shall summon the_ Aldermen attend ;o,
j,?-'4'nMaN:: .;> a.nai.a, CwrrfcmK.Oy disorderly assemblies; to open, improve:? grade, regulate shall, begin) on the first day of November of each year, special meetings of the, Board. r.J.a
... .. A all streets, lanes and avenues, construct dr..ines and seweR: and all officers who an:. required to 'make report to the SEc 7r It shall bei the;duty jof ho Marshal arrest .i ....I
,/a.M>a sal...idf r L,'M .rts, I'"l! 1I1 1II. IXOJUDA.D manner provided bv law; to cause obstructions and decayed : their], final report, statement settlement for the year, to 'persons who shall be guilty'of',distnr,>>rig the peaCe, good
'h- _: -'i"" buildings and ruins to be removed;to regulate the the Council at the first regular meeting in October.; order and dignity of the City; of Miami i. ,violation
.- 1 ;grading, construction and repairs of all streets pavements SEC. I). The existing taws and ordinances relative to any of; the ordinances thereof, whether such cases come ;
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"*. J. t;. BA8KIN, and..sidewalks and enforce liens therefor as provided by the! duties, or obligations of any officer of this :city shall under;his own observation are reported to !him byothers ,
..t, InaJtl,:TLotuDL : law; to prevent and abate nuisances and to preserve the enter into and be part of the condition of any bond or !- Provided, When: ;............" rUNTnai TaHatIIltcpal public health;, to require owners and occupants of lots to security given by I any, such official for the faithful per. than in his presence, he.shall .first; apply |okhe; ayot1or! : ']
,eN Df lIMe. cut and remove weeds and noxious plants; to regulate] and .formance of the.duties of. his office, whether set forth and. Clerk'of the city for: ia warrant' therefore n which''the' "f 1
us..MIbo....oaee-: compel persons to erect and keep in, repair partition fences; referred td in such bond or not. offense alleged shall be"specifically: charged. The Marshal
',1-1'".c nI..fai.. M&. 4WIlia.or tar. to cause low or overflowed land to be graded, ditched or S':c. '16. The salaries of all,officers elected or appointedby shall have the, power,in the absence of the Mayor and 'I
., drained, and, to.this end, may take possession of the necessary -: t ic Council or by-the Mayor, with consent of Council Clerk,:to administer oaths and fake: affidavits' complaints + II i iand
,Dr. Jas. M. :Jackson Jr., land, timber earth etc., contiguous thereto; to lay shall be fixed annually by the Council, prior to the elec.' issue warrants for arrests, thereon. He'shall permit'
.: out parks, streets; avenues and lanes and pave, grade, lion or appointment of any such officer. But the then I any: person arrested by',:him to give bond,depptU{ a sum
MIAML. improve and alter or discontinue the'same; to require owners existing salary attached any such office shall, continue, of money, not I less than' five['.dollars. 7" f ort. +pbearanc at pies '"
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"' .1' ::11 FLORIDA. to drain or fiU any lot or vacant land "or cause same to until, such action is taken changing the same. next Mayor' Court: I 'Ij! !H' t tILt .\
,, .!. l 1inoi" be done' and assess the: benefits thereof as provided by .' 4.. FREDK. S. MORSE, Sac: 8. The,Marshal shall have the power asking the t
'-1-! '1O>fEI.tST 'D>EJG trrou.i, 14y wlt law, and have lien on such benefitted property therefor' ; President of the Council. arrest of any person for any;violation of anjr of the ordinances -. r. ( ':
,. and for.any of the foregoing .improvements, the benefits A gust zpth, 1896. of this city;where such "person refuses to submit 't
:.J,;.. \ ,J. W. Ewan. and compensation shall, be assessed by,the Council in Attest: J. M. GRAHAM, City Clerk. quietly to such arrest, to summon to his aid assistance
,WNTEDfTATE4 COMMISSIONER.fpaue accordance with the, law and constitution of this! State, as A proved, August 29thi896.. ;f in making such arrest, where'' the necessity! of the case
; -tae aT ,Dsaa AT Lia fc- made aod provided in such cases; td condemn land when <: JNO. B. RZILLY Mayor. requires it, a, posse of 'good;! and. true men, citizens of
..;-. .. : t. r .II ,, ..aiIDMe C. *tj.rXAiXWK necessary for municipal use; to 'construct wharfs quays Miamf, consisting of. as many; as he may deem necessary/ :
j ... and docks to regulate wharfage and the'moor. to aid him in fully the law 'in
...... ...., ..... earn- ; dockage ARTICLE III. carrying out. ; and case any
,".a ..t,'a-4- &U A : Lag and,the anchorage of vessels within the corporate'limits citizen:so summoned shall fail or,refuse to' lend the aid so.,
}."' J K, OOCOAXCT QkOVB.Robart ;, I'LL'J and fix the rate of ferriage and tolls; to erect necessary Dulles of Mayor. requir of him instanter he" shall ;be summoned by'said
1lt **aa Q.es. Ihrsa's ,LSaalsa.i" ; : public, buildings, sink.wefts, erect pumps and dig drains;. SECTION I. ,-Be it ordained by the Council of the Cityof Marshal to.appear before the )Mayor at his,[next regular I ;:.
t4; 1 to establish market houses or places, control and regulatethe Miami,that it shall be the duty of the Mayor to qualify court to answer said charge .for failure to do us' duty, and I (
R. Taylor. same and'require all,fresh meat' and fresh fish sold in by taking the oath prescribed by law before some judicial if, after a full investigation ;of the ,cae, the Mayor[ shall .
:; 'i. the city to be sold there; to provide for lighting the otficfr of this State, 'which oath is' as follows: "I do think jhe facts justify it, hV:shall impose a fine upon said I s
streets, enclosing public parks; to provide against fires; to solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support, protectand personj of not I less than one nor more than fifty dollars orj
Ylatr FLOatD1.Oflla1d4iB.MIiig I |regulate the inspection and.hours of ''sale of fresh provisions {defend the Constitution and Government of the .imprison him not less than one nor more thaii'jwenty; davs,} .
.a.&f ,"the weight and -price of bread, the gauging of. United States and of' the State of Florida against all or both. |
t I '_ liquors the measurement and weighing of produce or .enemies, domestic or foreign, and that I will bear true Sari} 9The Marshal shall keep all prisoners under I
merchandise the storing of gunpowder an I' other dangerous faitH, loyalty and allegiance to the''! same, and that I am arrest or under sentence, and shall be allowed 'forty cents j .
r .A. R. Simmons, explosives and all naval military-stores.., not the entitled to hold office under the Constitution; that'I will a day for the.feeding' and custody of the sine; which sum
,\.6.'t'tfJt1T'.r, property of .the State or ,the United States; to regulate faithfully perform'all the duties of the office of Mayor'of 'is to be paid by the prisoner before he i is discharged, in;
.' and restrain barrooms and the sale of liquors, theatres, Miami i on which ,1 am about to enter: So help me God." case of conviction, together with other costs of Court.l'
.' UIIITI8.IT cooo..unrr T : MOROYL1.slEa public halls taverns and'public'games and amusements; toregulate Upon being'so qualified, he shall administer to the Alder. But in case of acquittal' city, 'shall be 1 jliable for all| '\
.' Otis ass .K"" Hf'. } t1-t+s .. the use ol.carts, drays and other vehicles kept for men: and other officers-elect the like oath. He shall see costs.I; I ji 1.-I .4 : nSEC ". .t
1 i hire,:and mar. require same to be licensed and conveyancesor that[all the laws, ordinances and regulations of this city I.! Marshal shall keep a record;>> in a proper 3
: T: D. IlROWNrARCtiITECT,, hones to be numbered; to rrgul.ate'the use of livery are. faithfully executed. book [ of entering! any and'r all orders or| 'it
stables; to suppress and prohibit houses of m.famelvt. SEC.-a. The Mayor shall have the power to veto any resolutions passed by the Council directing the laying of;: : ,1 IJ
teries.and all gambling, and destroy all instruments and ''ordinance* passed by the City Council' and it shall be his sidewalks, with the location same' date of;, adoption of' '. "
r -. '.device used therefor; to regulate the.kecpinguiJ runningat duty titherapprove; or, veto, in ,vfritiiig, any ordinanceon such resolutions' *date when :notice to construct said walk ':.
,'.,. Boom .*. .DoaaId1'. BafWat, large of stock, dogs etc.; to provide fur the support of or.bgfore the next regular meeting of the Council,after is servird upon the property owncr;>r agent]'upon''whom; .
;, u.tl. 'J MlAKJ.DR. c'. FIootw. the poor.infirm and insane; to establish and maintain the meeting at'' which such ordinance: 'was adopted; and served and in what manner. which book !;shall be the, ...
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} school the when he shall ordinance he shall return the of the
I public ; to regulate compensation of the municipal ; veto'any same -property city. ,
..A. .C. CHAFJCIIrI .officers; to impose!and. collect taxes .from property with! his reasons for such veto, in .writing. Sac] if. 'It shall,be the 'duty of the Marshal to make '
and licenses and aa may be otherwise provided by law to SEC. 3. When any ordinance submitted to the Mayorfor frequent! examination 'into the condition, and. location of, .:4I .'
I %:) issue-bouda and to borrow money in accordance .with law his approval and signature, and is not returned to the stoves ?and 'of the stovepipes, flues, and chimneys of the '
( .J. W.frataoB'aEardwaf' and to levy taxes to pay the interest thereon and for the Council! by its next regular meeting, with the written city, ai/d if the officer shall deem their condition a source
,;l- .tfGeo. final payment of such bonds or other indebtedness. approval or veto of the Mayor' accompanying the same or of danger; from fire, he shall'notify the owne'or occupant,;
fltom Sac. a. The Council shall not make appropriations in indorsed thereon, it shall become a law in like manner as' of to remedy the: Aame within{ twenty-four,

r W. Allen anyone year exceeding amount allowed to be collected if signed by said.Mayor.SEC. hou thefhoule; !it is not (donesaid|' 1 owner of dccupaht' shall.. .
by taxation for such year. 4. The Mayor: is hereby empowered<< by and with be fine of not more than fifty dollars, nor less
'; 4 mq ,atst Srw'gf. t S.;c. It'shall cause to.be kept a regular record of i iu such Consent<< of the, City Conucif to organize and appoint ,$, and costs" or to imprisonment not to.exceed
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., Kn WET, Pta, proceedings and of all ordinances adopted, in separate police force as may; be deemed ,necessary to insure thirty day. r I 1'1, "
WIIpaee'aJi UM Oovta,StaU. add books, and shall publish all ordinances adopted without peace and good order within the .municipal limits and to SEC| u. All vagrants who maybe found 1 within the
}+ unnecessary delay. .. remove or suspend any of the police force for cause, subject corporate limits of the,city,:'shall ,be :arrested' by the City
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4 t AaNa! coUY-. meeting of Council and may receive its first reading mecjing, to which: the Mayor. shall report' any such action next regular court,and 'upon:the conviction ofjsuch; person -
7T- upon its introduction.: It may then receive its second taken by him. or persons as )'ag .nts.,they;!shall be |fined i irt asum pot
TONSOAIAI.M AIl .- reading at the next meeting and its third or final readingat SEC. 5. The.Mayor shall issue his mandate, directedto exceeding twenty-five dollars, or put to work for% the city
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,"; L.aAaAga) .aM sin,..IS itee..irt- the second meeting after introduction. But it may the Marshal of the city; to have brought before him at at fiftyjxxnts! a day. t 1 j ,
.......taWaa ..at""111.* &M pn receive two readings at one meeting ,by a two-thirds vote such time and place within the corporate limits a' he may Sac .13., The. Marshal shah_ serve all notices persons
"" = .AvraM D,MBtat st4e.1....... of the member] present, or'may receive all three readings ,designate, any' person charged with the. breach of any who are 'required to repair or* construe: .sidewalks.
zil..ii ........ MIAMI.FLOKIDA. and' be, passed ,at. the same meeting at .which it.is introduced ,ordinance, and he is authorized .to compel the attendanceof drains t>r other improvements t He shall personally supervise *,
1-isarw ,by unanimous vote o_f the members present. Council any witnesses, to administer oaths, to inquire into the all work on the streets and| sidewalks; he;j shall report.. .
a Wm. VarnadoeRa1CONTRAcTQR. may, 'by a two-thirds vote of the members present, truth or falsity of the charge, to determine from the evidence promptly to the Mayor the| failure of any person, when t
{ have any ordinance read by its title only, but every ordinance the guilt or innocence of the accused' and to fix the duly notified, to repair, on construct ..' side walk,,drain or;,
\ shall be read by sections: in full on its final reading: penalty within the limit prescribed by the jaws of the. improvements{ ordered'bj Council; *&" '*'il"

.. ra> c'.",. before passage. Every ordinance, u soon as'passed, shall State of Florida and the ordinances of ,the ;:City Council SECJIA.: : He' shall ;:see thai all ordinance! 'relating' to"' .
": .So: *Work dad .v be signed by; hc President of Council and attested by the and ko} enforce the same. cleanliness and to the sanitary '< rendition ore I city are all

1 ., ....r.J'-' .UIIIIIfLOZUU4i' Clerk and be .presented' to thcMayor for hia.appronl SEC. 6. The Mayor may convene the Council in strictl,]complied with,:and shall report to the Mavor au
hti aq.&an>awlaa tJ- ,IMMIs* 'SEC.'5. If.at any time the Mayor shall veto any ordinance .. upecial} meeting when in hilt, opinion, business may requireit A-iolatiojns of any such ordinances or resolutions. He'shall .
. 8. adopted by the City Council l. the Council ..hall.iE of.upon request<< of three member of the Council for perform. such; 'anitarj'.en-icnlas: roaybc)! required.
6 4 John nVtcelptipf; 'such'veto, message, proceed to vote upon which special meeting he' shall i issue his'groclamatiuri in by ordinance or otherwise by the Council.. I .+ Xj '.
.CIttI I ,1M, iI-. same and the vote shall be taken as follows: "Shall jng, stating the object of said special (meeting, and 'sEc4Is} The ''Marshal shall receive: a u ary of. fifty;
'' :" IAI.: ; said ordinance be passed-: the veto of the Mayor to shah have each Alderman served ,with a copy of said dollars}per month, payable monthly, and sna 1 receive no.. ( r
Piet 1rocarj lsejitioet. no 10 DMd 'the contrary, notwithstanding. ?" And if lwo-thirds of the. amation at least twenty-four hours previous.to said other:compensation. for'service' Marshal. I I '
.1. 1-....sr._ i IOllIe members present shall vote In the affirmative the ordinance special meeting, and there shall be no:other business trans.' | FREDK. S. 'MORSE, :t .1. r.. '
't tl9tlf4t..MIr, .".'D.8OGI.Ii'. .. shall bcfome: a law. All ordinance: shall take effectas'soonas acted at said special meeting save that for which it. i is' ; >I President ol Council.*
l-1Wt. ; .;YLYLw. wA. passed: by by the Mayor .called., OcL.S, j8o t -: ,
.,. i iO..r unley.otherwise specially provide and.they shall be SEC... 7. The Mayor: shall, when necessary, take steps Attests J. 2 GRAHAM, City CI rk.l., -iflF k 1
"11.llltlllBJ.' copied into ordinance book and verified,by a member of to declare the forfeiture of any franchise or: privilege! Approved,Oct. ythl 1896. .!".. 1. .
jO;. the committee-on rules,,'and ordinances before the next. granted by the Council to any company or corporation in '. JxaB.R" BILL jV Mayor:*.:
J.-. 'meeting .i 'Council.Sty. .,, this city, as. provided by Chapter 4052 of. Legislative* : ,
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.7eS xemeati X1ad. .6. 'Upon.the passage of every ordinance or ordinances Acts of 1891. ARTICLL V. I "j, :
c hU ioo.kSt taa.,.lM.f sS ws.stVw.. .., Council shall decide by a majority vote whether it )FREDK: s. MORSE, i' Duties of :City Clerk. j ; I
.s- President Council. : '
shall be advertised in a newspaper; but in case they decide .
not to publish any ordift&DCCby; advertisement, then it August'29. 1896. j SECTION \\ Be it ordained by the Council of the* ritv
s .Foe Pi+oma work to k. '. ( .of Miami, that the City Clerk shall give bond 1
i- oj i shall be the duty of the City Clerk" to post the same at Attest: J. \f: (siiAHA1r, City Clerk. a
S. A. BAKER the'door the City Hall and .at the public market place. Approved' August 9th, '1896., : in ai.sum to be fixed by' the City Council before. he enters
B. upon the duties of his office ; said bond to be approved
Sxc.. Whenever an necessity ..hallarMor.the JMO. REILLY, Mayor.
h 7* emergency .
x ci ..: Otpi. 1' by the Council and conditioned on the faithful .perform-i a
r Council..deem it expedient, it may at ,any ... .
(' 1-GvI. regular.-)mee&ag adjourn to a-fixed date or dates'prior to ARTICLE,, IV. ante SECJfa.of the The duties Clerk pertaining to his office. ]\ \
shall attend all meetings of
the
its lICit regular meeting, and the meeting or meetings '
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x. ) d tlr bssl eat held on .m..cIate or dates so designated shall beand, are I Duties of Marshal. Council' and sessions of the Mayor's Court and, shall keep'a 1
sit Le uses njuas.M ''hereby defined regular meetings for all i intents'and purposes SECTION I.., Be it ordained by the City Council of fair and correct record( their proceedings]]1 'The prow t*
and aU matters acted upon or ordinances introduced, Miami i, that the City Marshal of Miami 'shall, before ceedings of the Council shall be read at the close --ot; j
:end at pastecl:at such extra additional meetini..ahaU entering' Upon'the performance of any duties pertaining to ;each meeting,! for correction and shall be (formally read i
1 .baveitbe same.force: and efiect aa if passed thOte'relu r, such,, office, give security or,bond in the, sum of five hun and apprOved'.t the succeeding regular meeting and- t a
1 ..r meetings whkh'may: prescribed in.the rules of erder.Sxc8. dred dollars, conditioned upon the faithful performance then signed by the President.of the' Clerks t
piiat Yiei :;d If. Any. ordinance sent to the shill not be returned Jo*,the Council.on, err before subject: to approval of the City Council. I, A book or rough sheet :of A- book of
i1 *>( ..next. i'*:fulr: meeting* ?after} the .adoption thereof, with SEC. 2. The Marshal shall- have_ .an office .in some convenient neat and',accurate, minutes.:.; ,3.. A book for jregisterine '
; endorsed thereon : : place all warrants drawn ,on :Treasury., 4. An ordi ante book .
:tbi #etio+s.ottitbe Mayor c accompany
.'itbe,cousin writing, it shall become a,law in tike man 'SEC. 3; 'It shall_be the ditty of the Martoal to make a 54 A. docket and book of minutes (the Mayor's C"oarJ,!
'' 7ift SttifskBed-bytbe Mayor." This'fact .shall be certified: : written statement;,, sworn to, to the City. Clerk on the o.. ,V book of'registry of,births and deaths. '* \i
"Wbjbe; .Fre4.iettl' ol:the youncO,atteited'byr the Clerk ,mofning of each day on which a regular _meeting .of ... 1 ip.&<:.|4. He shall' make,monthly reports to the""' -Cotta
& f 4 died Indorsed on such ordinance ;as >yelTai t > fact of'tbg "Council is held showing the amount' of -money coming ol, ,,at.its, fim regulartmeetin h>f1ech ,idonth,-of .all. e ;

,i 4,r .fao..s t4>alassf; irs, .. "'F"Milw.. i (C>>ter. thereto; of,.thr'Mayor.bttadarto ,into,his i hands-since his fast report arid .from i What sources I .matters connected with, hi* officed.ndadingft..taJemcDt-
b.a.Mr .l,, A: 1::! .1IIet-:, amend' ,o rpig ',. epeai and at such times.. He shall pay over:all!public food to ,' o-/ the"fnances.knowing; ; the: whole amount of-esti4",
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"-i iIMItIM -t.H. r''! .!f .t'-..0r.'lct.. #ortb, clearly tbe- City. Treasurer, taking his receipt therefor fa dupli 0.*ited revenue. of CO5TISCKD the' citv for that year aadihe.amount. ,
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I. Pmpealtally aoliMU all East (tact'trade Prbee Qoonzi: for goods cleU..d to any part of Biacayne Bay. All good shipped by H. 8. 0&701 Key W... Piieea cheerfully given, '00 application., 'Guarantee' shipment. of good t return of steamer

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....an abundance of good food and I Iha. '

THE FLORIDA KEY& clothing suitable fur their neede at a cost Fruits
do I Your
Money I Money Money of not over S3UQ.( There are families bring Ship Vegetables,,

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,.11. ---+ bare contented and happy whose annual 1 1.SpeaaM I.
,. Urea: MUmi People !Know But Very do IMA exoeed half that amount, : '
but UM vast majority of human beings I 'e. Hides Skins Etc. to
Little About, These Beautiful wonld prefer to live in a town or city with 1 ,, ,

I.:.. .. ':' These Bargains in Furniture. w and fertile Islands. their not ea down b. tbe grindstone in an I I
effort to on a aalaryof
--iAN keep up appearances
DIAL LOCATION *OK A BOlO FOX WO per month when their expeoeea exclusive :, HARRIS, GANDY & CO., .>
r :Palmetto Fibre Matresses $2.50, Wove \wire Cots $2.00, rxopLi or LIMITED XZAKI WHO of doctor bills exceed that amount i

' DO HOT OWICT. TO 8OUTUDX.Tk and who pay aa much every year torrent 1 j"---"m-., F1otda.
::t i' Chairs 60c( Floor Matting Window Shades, Oak alone aa would support them in com i t '
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r. : fort and independence on tbe' Florida .
..: 4 .Bed. Boom Suits and, Yerytbing in my CbMpMt and HMlUOttt FUe: UCiiUASUtMU he
LlT$300p r AJUBM Keya. But they have the edvantagee ofsociety Highest Market Prices Guaranteed. Q lck Sales and
and if they an willing to pay for .
t > ":c line at remarkably low prices. Ample to Bapport aced Ind a Fkmilj tda.la. Comfort ,. that priuUtfe, that i. their own bu.i- P:>LOMPT .R)-ruRNs. Stencils on Ap Plication.. '.

i i ,' 'tTad.Ttstdxir; acid : :Slabalmiuf.Oauor.rit. :. > 0'l'here baa uever been any particular '1 '! I .
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- ,. boom or speculation in lands oo the BUuDV. State Bank of Florida'National'' Bank.. ot Jaektoovflla. or any Bo..
', EDWIN NELSON TL Floiida XIII>a ar4 known by..nama key and WA presume a tract of tao or I House of our City. .9.g-sp ;
Ipc''toNoy.
; all over the Untied HUlea. very peu '.lDtYlCrN of good I land niiLio sight of -1

+. : Eleventh 8L,- Avenue D, Miami pie however have any oooorptiuu of wnaltney at least a neighbor or.two could be Badat
l2.tf.ffeL near; are like. ,.| from ten or twenty dollars per acre, t i
.. xlAiud along the East Comet of
Inty If homesteads are to entry on
any open
Florida from Norri Vat an inlet opposite the Florida Keys we do not know of any Little 18ros Fertilizer" Pho hate Co.
: Miami, all the way to Key Weal, in fact for a poor man I to locate. ,
lobe cbkin ia prulouged out Into the Quit Tbe lama and Steamship
XtyV.L
Fredk. S. Morse of Mexico fifty or cixly milee be>ond asmi
Company is now operating a -weekly JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA'
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Key WMt. They are a group of-lalandaDpigiog line-sot steamers between puma and
in size of from men dole in the West and will
Key belure.Yllr'J long ,no
water to an area of thirty tbonaand ao,. doubt be boat. TheM
operating a duly
REAL ESTATE The largest ia Key Largo which ia aboat: steamers par along the keys within sight tillnro
it Manufacturers of HGra F
thirty nulea in Iwugtb and averagea from of shore and will touch' various pointaaa

t .. ODe to two milee iu width. Many of them soon aa shipments justify, besides this
f ....' bare etttleinenla upou them but-they are during tbe pineapple and vegetable ahip-: ,
f all comparatively .pafC8.lyll8l.Ued aa yet. B. W. will \
ping season the F.-E. C. no
lit.; / Miami Dade Co. jplorida. .. EYeD people who have' lived oo Bay. doubt run a steamer from Miami down Tomato, Growers should use thi'Bett Fertilizerecause\ the lest is '

Biaoayne for years have' but little per I the bay touching at the 'vaiions settlements the :'cheapest.. 'J1 4
r aonal knowledge ot tbe Keye. They rill along Elliott Key and Key Largo

4. tell you that lhe moaquituea are ternble !to pick up shipments and thus divert tbe Little Br 1 and Litt B Tomato
s. Vegetable No..' \ 08.
down on lobe Keya, ana they are boueat in business which has heretofore' gone via ,
.. AGENT FOR LANDS OF' their atatemeuu. We have event a weekor '
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West The well situated the' '
\ Key keya are tery Special are the. Best.Br < ,
more down on thai e ialanda dniing lobe ...
Florida :East Coast Baijway( :Co., height of tbe aeuoo'aod were troubled aa for far they aa shipping can either foailitiea send their concerned products I market for : ndsjn j ;' ,

: very little by inane. We admit we may via the Florida East Coaat Railway
Florida :East CoaRt'Canal and Trans.. Co., baTe been fortunate aDd:b ppeDed down _i&bhe and
Miami
from
or prompt regular Ellis Williams & Bra sco b. "
*.I7; t Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast. Land Co. there at a time when tbeae moat nnwelcome'of connection they have with Key ; .
were absent 'llien againa 4 J- 'L1L.
gaeete West via steamer. At present. they can if-ge \ A-h.fT.
. good deal drpeoda on the locality. .abipaoaato atch 'the weekly Malloryteamship > .t: It f '
- Some of the email jompoaed al- "
l lt keya are for New York.
moat en rely of mangrove swamp and Aa a healthful location for a borne a t. .t-
'C-r-
come of the largest keys have fiiogea of ,
; few acres on any of the keys near the
t Frederick & Dearborn mangrove along shore for mUM in length. shore facing eastward can hardly be surpassed. The C of a LifetimPIANOS
.e'T.
. In each localities tbe mosquitoes are sate .The breezes are delightfully cool anc.e .
to be DDm.roue. It ia impossible for anyone and invigorating in the summer and soft 1 .
to judge aa to the prevalence of moa and balmy in the winter before atatad.Moaqnitoee AND, ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE. .
t ESTATEChoice quitoee in any section without a recUeooe at timea... bad, but if one "
: REAL of several moulba or a whole eeaeun but clean away tbe forest within hundred ,We purchased''' in January, last'''' the Immerse stock c Pianoa, Organ*, Sheet

.. I we are inclined to believe that those people yards of their bouse on the ocean front, Music aDd Musical Instrnmeols of tba, A.B.Campbell Oo Wa era closing out the)
. ,,'. who tell yon.that they are "terribledow.ii there will be periods of weeks at a time, stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard of low prieaa to make! room for a fall line of
,
uu lobe keya" exaggerate the facta. even in -mid-sammer, when there will the celebrated Cooovar, New England;:;Schubert and Kincsbory Pianoa. w. haft
f j If you quin.. jour iuit>rmant >oo 'will not be enough of these pests to constitute tba following which are worth from f 100to $200 mom than we ask for then:

Choice Hill! Lots at Reasonable Prices.Authof'ticd find that in nine caaee out of ten be will a nuisance, and anyone who baa hired CODOVM.. .. Rfli : ........ ...?, ...:.. HtlanBro..tMyU, tsab. ...;..........t*.
: '. admit that be baa never been down there in Florida length of time knows r .... ....,.... ..,.. I'B Hc ittb.rt- S ....*-......., eta'
htmeelf and what be knows ia hearsay. any .". .". .....?.:....]...... 2W JUlcolBiLovs t .aI. .....-("...,._....' 2 II
," I that ."eu.beD they are at their won&&lie | ...........ii.. ... aoo ... ... XO
1 : agent for the aa4 of the Brickell (South Side. ]) Take the people of Jacksonville,Indian house can. at very little expense be to M. b......,;......:...,.. .. lyewtt.7' F I eb.r.vO,..'....%**a*>.**.>.%. rare
River and Lake Worth who have never iK: wad .....,....... ...... art Klngebury. Style ;; : ta
lots (he/mcwt desirable residence portion of Miami. made almost mosquito"proof.and during : ,. '' :
L' visited Miami. They pity the poor soul xoCammon. 1 ::..............:..... rSOOUaiat 'I1* *. l'.0..

'Also good troetiog and fruit hods is amsll tracts. ". 1. wbo are compelled.. to live dow* bc aDd tbe day they when are the:mot brew vary an totmendog"luthe almoat.outhsfsbt' .{ .. eta..."..-'....-...".._..,_.-....'.r........"...*. ir0 xIb'esave.at'I .. ,
:: For pno.and teroa. adilraea2tfga submit to being eat up by inoequitoea. clearing ur plantation, and the work .. 7 e........... .......... tao t. .-- ........--..;'"Oar .
f : Those who have been so fortunate aa to .. *Bnc* .. .................... 11IO )Mewby Evana ...b ..... ...,;.._.. la
I FREDER'TICK of onderurnabtng and clearing new land ,eO.J ..................17* Jai. M.tI urr.1M ...... ......... no
have this entire here in .. .. .1.
& DEARBORN, spent summer may be j undertaken .at convenient pan a mii................... >,> rrl.. ................... JOlt ...
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Miami close to a dense hammock are in a '
bat with ode when they are net bad. The keys Some of heee Pianos have been noted,but we haft |a Miami position to testify exception
and Cocoanut: Grove Fla. .
dotted with
an now becoming settlements
in order sod them iWe 0 be aatiaf act or refunded.
A of one week early in July we have never pat thorough we gnaraetae j money
been bothered with moeqoitoee.t all; all aloo lhe abaft, acboola and furnish a stool,'scarf, inatrucdon book aod deliver L d: Jacksonville.. Cub
puetofficea are being established at..eonrobitrni -
; or Inatallment Sheet Moaio half prina. Write. IlL
yet the statement ia incredible. If we points& and we nave no doubt the 1 .

it ware and to if state we. were the fact to make no one it:under would oath believe we mail mill shortly be carried daily by steameraeiuiweefiy insteadof Fryer & Bradley M sic Co.;
: THE NEW BAKERY. tn-weekly or
would be strongly suspected of perjury. weekly by sail boat u at present ( 24'E. Foriyth St. r "
:v We believe this nusapprehenwon exists to .... the reajoVnta '
Very people even among B. Jacksonville Fla.
luiiir.
.La.
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l :: a certain extent regard td the Keya. Weat" KI1NIB9lJr.,
1-- 12th' Street, west ot Faaaeogar Depot. of Dade county are aware of the>
r aware that at times and in aome'localities number of I.mili..bo are living on the ..
r $ 8' the mosquitoes are very bad downthen I keya. When the Miraorotia war preparing
I but we doubt very much take it the last and I I
Bread to begin publication May
vienna, year around,'heLber, they will avenge
freQIt-It we had a lew days to spare while waiting
. Home Made any worse than at Indian hirer Narrow, material anus of staff 4 I
! Jupiter Narrows or on the east side of for made our a personal Canvass to for, ODe subscribers our on BRICK. .,ei. BRICK. BRICK.
fl .
, Qraham, sai Lake Worth. So much for the mosquitoes, E.liolta K.y and Key Largo. Oo account :
a factor which everyb dy takes into cooiideration -
and nuaoitable be
t: Baked daily and Delivered Free to of town. .o< adverse tides boat '
any part ia selecting a location for a
was do the work
permitted to aaUwrongbly
not 'Co.
.> Bone,Bans,.C.kss.PiN. trarrtkb .fint-.... Specialty of freah ooofeoJiooa home A few iu years FJoi iJL ago some vacant U.8.lands aa it might have been done. r East; Coast Bric,
11 and oata. I bare". tba, moat modarn i and lnt-clw ovens. Picnic and excursion be bad of and JILl trip OQly embraced Elliots Key and ; ,
wen to on some the ke a
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bad the
Key Largo and yet be pleaaunof '
_forniabad on abort
'i' put notioa.ADAM *e are informed that a few bomueteede liatof eubacnb \
acquiring fifl-tight J Jacksonville; Florida.
.i. MAYER on' ialanda.
Proprietor. remain for the
open entry en while ...bis mission. Home of tba .
-........ IUnr."eIJ'cIilq'ftII, 01 eUrr" Kemamtwr. Ike place 12a street, just wrlftUft. They have remained open at this late dalmaiD.y older citizens of thia neighborhood ridiculed IRE I1IUF1CTDIIIG GOOD, IUD BUCK AID HlTE BEST FlCILlflESforraaohiagpoi&taoatbaEaatOoaat.
because of 1.b. i80laLell.aito.tiua
01 pu".r po& eke idea and wisdom of making a '
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rtt the keya. Mss like to-have neighbors
trip to the ksyj for lbs purpose mention will give low jSlloee.} .
and h.. where their children can returned very
ed and wbeo representative
oar
.';'- : I have the advaataga of schools, where fluibed with aoooeaa they admitted their J. 8. BlIITH Jrl'Oanl\' Mana ar.1 .

J 1DJL a1 are frequent and where. in case of ignorance of conditions on the keya except 8ep. 4 too Dee. 4 t. \1\E Jsek.OSVW J'Ia.
aeriooa illness, a physician may be sum- bt hearsay and were anrpiued at \
mooed promptly. Hence, !InotvitbeUu
them fiber tat settlers wa reported aa
i T.OWNLEY'RQ$ ding the remarkable bea/tbf glees of the having found. It should be remembered
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keys and the fertility of the soil they have that almost ODe of those nba ri- ;
't -' not settled np very fast, and besides even hen whom every wa secured on the keys at A Fertilizer for Fruit-
oo the keys the beet land was entered that time the beads of families.
DRUG: STOPELJrf lDaDl1eara.ago .Tbe people ot Elliott The amount are of land iu cultivation and "
; Key,Key Largo and tbe other Islands between quantities pineapples:and vegetables Then Weal Pineapple Fo liter -

here and Key West are a wry which are skipped from the keys every ,' _
;t
F thrifty class Tbry have nude a good aeaaao will a genuine enrptue to .
prove Price ''
l HOTEL 'MIAM1 $25.DO Per Ton..
and
living at spon iag stowing pier anyone who cares to investigate the anb- .

1 CMftiti vii *f fan Frttk Prfft, hint lifldipi, T..1.artMn, SUUntrj,I ICi applea products and to TrgtU Key Went Tbey oo oariiwi' their tbetr own ject.bound to The increase population steadily of for lbs many keys yean fa GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. : ..

ecboonera and shipped from there by I, Moisture I... ... 8 to 10 cal
these islands ,
of par
tips to come and the people ,
fthm Flu fillet .
in Sitpiul Pirtaerj.PraaoiipUooe .
steamship to New York, Mew Orleans. or will be an important factor in prompting : Amooiav -' .' 10 d '
carefully eompooaded'at all boonuay or night,- t1.-p Tampa. They are people wbo always pay and sustaining tbe growth of the City of Pboaphoria e id, .\\f\* to 6 .- .. ,
their debts<< and aa a whole are in a moon Miami. They will prove constant customers Potaahactuale. to B. .-

more prosperous and other aelf supporting commnnitieathroughout audition if oar merchants treat than right Made Etthuitxb. ) of Bright Cotton/ I Seen Meal, Nitrate' of r l Blood. Bore

than many Not. and they always pay their bills, few of Knotted, PhotpJuite, Fine Ground Tobacco. Bb '
t south Florida. that they '
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them ever asking for credit amide and 8ulpkaU of PofoaA.

nave have spent made less more and money alter but all because, that ia they the their coming products bare to ben boy goody for shipment they will and bring to ; -er Htof0rdlrseo forfrmlt. J oMlscBSl' "'J1anIaU., putlea1.zt. ,glee aakferafiU r et Ien.iaIe fah

I .Fred Butoter only tree remedy for What keeping out of debt sell to oar local merebaata tone aapplr- I. GITTJ JMe I&tGt& II rIatIrW"leal. T/Mea "' .Iac. .
and saving.money. man accnma- iq lie whh treat ..., poultry, tortfa. .
later or ..... and whether or not be acquires and We weir tra. dirset.
eta,at reasonable prices eontribatiagto Write for:prices beforrrbwftrp -'u :
BUILDER wealth doea not depend nearly
CONTRACTOR AND so ..
of this
the importance city a commercial
.
much on bow much be earns aa, bow.little and trading ceotre. ) ''' WILSON &. TOO'The R

; ; All; Kinds of Stone Work. Plans and Estimates beapeoda.Tba 'the from When time pannita itwrold pay any ,
people of keys coma '
Fertill House of Florida
' of our readers to make a few days cruise ec ,
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t s _J Furnished Free. healthy at ck. TIMor mostly daeend. down along the keys and meet tbeae people 1-1J-&f-if "- Te1.ek.oav11lw, .
of them
Bahamian
"I'MI. 1- FLORIDA 124thaI prim were born in the parentage.Bahama lalanda.Many Their penonallv.and hospitable.You will II would find them be partio.ularly pIeUoaD& cLad A &un Atfwta,-Yta0.M. Stoira. ,Agent;.Coooan" Orar-*. .,',

v Uatca are very simple they having notandfloey pro Lable'' tot oar merchants to II ;

.., I- toward extravagance or riotous make the trip and meet than personally .
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tiriD
Tbey ever -
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and soJeit: their trade. Any enterprising ,

I LUMBER AND BUILDH S' SUPPLIES They live largely contented oo. the flab waters which happy about may Ii".be their. bad They at bras any live e. trading merchant Miami we boat who believt from would would Ida care headquarters find to it operate a very at a For Winter> 'of" ,1897.l ,


g t'l Have Now, pn Hand a Full Stock of variety of tropical a few ehickena traits nearly and have every a trade profit of bIe the ondartakinir.keys baa always The gone balk to of Kay the Cm'Bu 0ad. f t

month of the year and need never want West heretofore,bat the extension of the !
{ Dressed I
LumberBill ia amaU item
: for vegetables. Clothing a railway to Miama will have a marked'effect
bence their billa for gyocerite; and mer- ia diverting it to this point.'' ,
; Stuff rb gdi-.are very limited. There. pro.baby 1
,4. no place ia the United States where I : I
Brick human being can lire .. .well for the When loa visit Miami do not hub 0 i 1ape.Fnilt a aIk1THf1-: !
money aa be can on tba Floiida take a trip op the river to UM impede ,
.as" and Door Wa have endeavored to deactibe the load and look upon .&bat vast, nvatanooawaata t.Aba
of life that one who intenda. to make a known aa UM Everglades,and aba ;StrJctly First-class and True to0EO. Nos :t!

ou.1c1.1D.1J. : home on the keys should expect to pnraoe. vieU the large spring of pare fneatoos p,. .naa, i.j fKrir.i. ,,GIaftecI r.....,.... str..e.rry.hi.pt,, a41 a pat. .,..'
tySpecUlty aada'of,OontraeUBg and Bailding. Can to found pa Twelfth atreet, Tbersare p.oplewho are -adaptedto water which will fonfah tha. 'eity i of ..verva' a ..rf, ", t..-,. +
:
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t it. -' oat each conditions bat the majority Miami with aa .t.fPIr' of '
ma eootai aada opposite depot: _. ? : SQ. great pea '. .
.. I I I of onf race are net A family can cold water r soon r the wstrrworb I srsoompi.l. ) H, WBIGHTr.. : ;\F '4;

:E3. SOC .l Tt comfortable on tba Florida Keys and .. .ti O..I..ArrU. .1.r r .... ..... y v.".. -iI 1. jf ,J4'i 4 ;a-.

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:The Miami i 'Metropolis. ,
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8: > !i"W* : ''' :" 'region that U'_M : be nce j met T.a city ordinance are now i force 1, 3i
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"t .. ., I trarer lnf |lwi f confine any offender wnm he a of <1
nel .through IIJD t.one.I. < ......
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: : Indiin Hirer and about building they erect in UuHialiy
'\ of mile, because the walls of than points a new city

-.i. f ,."""l", :"':._.I..u._.. Un n._. Fri. 'r- saehaehafaeli r a lower: than at Jacksonville, a; jail;' !lad:'(t1w t.iMI 58tatei! if I F IL .' tw'iI 't, -...--. "" "011. ill I ,to : I Ials about the mosquitoestfoii swell houseWcauftkvJ; We baveno4b! -
;:ay- ., -- ... ...8M' ,, I ecGs. think .tkatf.e are |eatcup ia% |n iitber liar]jWhio" hilI )* .MIAMI 1 'I7LO'ID !i l
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>' !;;: ".,...'i'"' "..'. .". 1M'1 "". "..... .' d, f:1 t tie pests dovVa here, while the. Ctstt But' *eriosilyaom| Uni of a t L" 1 tf i e;
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::lrr J1 -f.........7'!:!tj T''I''W !. !1tu ftc i I'loutaide of one.,visiUtiaii,*!:* Jill Hd' Ike pK!>vUe4atfoaee %esc \ \ jj t fbokf. tAno. Ux)>>>u TBK Lure or FIA).' A. : .!'
; his ,
., .. : fe 11 n .from June 90th tojJuiy&bf ooiquestl'on been IIOln by tang ,.4\
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.'..' .1. L-. :'*. .. I*,.,, perature, so that the water would have we I have been freer from mosquitoes a hall for the present term.. ; A f ,

:: :: .. .'...... "- '"" - ..... Icy kmpenturebutsllghdy affected by than any other point on the East tent or a hall will do Very well for Conducts a General. 1 Banking t
4 1r s_ stataa,' Its passage for hundreds of.mile southward Coast during tbe past ten years. This church services for a while'but a tent w.. M. DROWN/ Busi ess. Issues*- Drafts II 0,1; > AllParts !,.

:-.:...;.."-...:...r-xisifsz....:....,......:.A.- >...._..)".IRf .-r' sbrtnjptbe peninsula J of Florida statement is based on the experience would hardly be the thing to bold a MOCORM.tr of the World.! Jj Accounts t
-f-: !,'fI I,. .__ /..: -,... $remarks are purely,theoretical on of the writer, who has lived on the tough character and nobody would care R. R. K, : ,
t .- ......... ... V.oi-P_ 4 Solicied'and Favori Con
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Every !
: 1-- -- East ant : f t.
: : Ibis subject,except as to the tempera- Coast for ten years who Las to rent shall or room for a jail,the ,

.. : .AftettWac, .. Rate*. tare of the,water for ,that we .willwttiu exercised his powers of observation In inmates woukl.not be de r.blea.i'.b-; CHAD LEa H. QARTHSIDB j fll l : '
t .. -' :. i1"1 IL r wr' ,7 t such. matters., So much for 1 awl It I bor*. -1. ) I I tI <(< JV, c .., j n7ExfJdell. 'f' M: : }; .
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**"T" ? .. SBMSlSMMMSU1UBO... t :; tlfe quHtllOa'',d whether the water iso persistently misrepresented: that THK Democratic Executive Commit .

: ; (OsJJ ..wiCot .. r ...t I. asm Mil* ; with .which our.elt,'is to be supplied is we feel in duty bound to insert' :col- tee of Brevard county have ordered / : : 's> .. 1 i ''' >,." .: .

Km.. -1\\ ,.... 42tSB ;"'1 ftl 9s* .XtuIMMtWM w: to. be supplied is freestone or-not is umn of facts occasionally. that the members of the nw board of COSPOT7Z) $:' r..:

Out...: MMM 17 WM SB MW_ : very .Important-like the financial County Commisioners shall be selected r ; JI.I 5. { Ii i M ;' : I fry ., a IT't

irtw f! ..L. ( w sr '14. MMIs a r question, in politics, it is tbe para The Editor and Hon.. by a side election of the voters of eaxh' Seaboard National Bank, t / New ork/:.
i
Y l ..aaear.IrH .. '"-....JIM...," ..... !ouniont.; J.I nj |eople are so con* E. H; Dimick. :j district in the county and tbe various Bank' j ;1

'f' : ... g..a.-t..lke41JIIwhe.tt. I sUtuted "that they cannot use lime* In its last issue the Tropical Sun'in- candidates are:announcing 'themselves Nat'l of Jacksonville? ; JacksorFOREIGN ::1 lef' \\Ii .
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,. -. .r..r......,.:..- ..........,.. -- --.. stooewateronaccountof tbe mannerIn tlmates that the editor of the JMrraorous in the papers. The side election will *CORRESPONDENT: .
Ltr, t .... 1HMigsLs fsr tale 'aal : bs .7.'t ..wtag which it deranges their systems, was not consistent-or honorable be held on the same date as tbe : i '.; f t .

.\ While to otberslt'Is decidedly I 'beneficial. in his support of, lion E. N.!'Oimlrk. nationalelection ,November 8d,, and Knauth? Nnchpd. l and Kuhn, N eorJi,; '

.. : ..f .: .. artea..... GiLL..wti&N J.t)Ml.rtf4.MUnL.hArbkMrdi.MUMi. t"M.: :. :The housewife will be delightedto ; In reply I beg to say that at'an early the i officers who conduct tbe national
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.. :i .-n;: ,. know that at'Miaul CaD have an stage In the campaign, some of my election will also supervise the side ; ; ; ;

JI7.l',( ..GRsrGuesa.turore,11.. Bro... W.c' fain .......*.. FU.4rrttar abundant supply of good "soft" water friends endeavored to persuade me' to election low would this do for Dade 61Qalat! Iron Ttult ind Bllgl DLSae With Triple Coccussion 1 II,1otts,

th.t.t: ''.E., least..a K L.WS,c w tar Oalc......,.Kr-WeM.ru.,.... for laundry purposes make the race against Capti Iiimick county? It puts L the responsibility on J of r tie lost'}improTtd: iae. ,
\ In'the arts freestone water is.very for the Senate on the ground that, he the' .Democratic voters of the county.All 1-1.Ia. t. ,' ." .

IIp .) ii .IB*)** rM.Ac: st Miami FloridMco desirable, and in some branches, such held views decidedly opposed to. silver the members of the old Board are ---.
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't.1- ..; 4-cUM_ SMtter._ ...r -. ibreweriesj; dyeing establishments, and that Brevard county would not running/ or re-appoiutment in Bre- oj I ;.
k :tAfi: 'es.Mikadaia teatd M sddmnrd sad $btotberies,paper bills ;sand .of her industries rally to the support of a Dads+ county' icept .'. T. Budge, who is .no t ,

.' 1 ,,.. sissies. .......aM....,erden r.du p.r., in which water is a great factor man. took. the subject cadet advisement Iongt eligible,. being, a resident, of .II \ .ft I 1. t
aWe. ; 1 '
Mia I'
freestone water is almost absolutely and also took inform : '
:ift:. T8.UIT.COA8T..ry> &%, > S s ggg 8-J.g essential to success.In myself. to the'true facts.' mi.Sbow'Tou
( Colors. .Otf la. 1
|lfH.mn.t.nHTlocTeKtts' f6 li. jthis Baiter tbe Mmtorous ex- 1 .found the better. element. :' in both. : ; c'
issued
Mark Hanna has & 1
aiw- -T---- : pecfei tfrjbfirtn 1 itself fully'and) give:its : counties were, favorably disposed I X a letter! to .1 t\ t
the American people. follows: j J-1J
readers the J .. :
f esult of oar investigations, Cap. Dimick, and it was also reported .
"The American flag has been in tbe
tJ:, :.- : wbattee'ertbe.' :; may be. to me that while he had been urfavor present campaign the emblem or insignia .
f- ',. 4'Oood wine needs., no bush.. The of "sound" money, he was satisfied toaccept of national b nor. Its influence IHE'THRtVINGiSU" .
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::!; ;. many attractions and advantages of the Chicago platform.) I decided has been for great good in the cause of '- '

Miami are sufficient to insure tbe : to confirm this report and did so a good people. Its. display in many : .

4 building of an. important city; as Florda from the lips of Cap. I>,imick J himself. places of has the been country's potent battles in the for advancement maintenance -- t '- I",

.: cities go,without exaggeration 1'had never up to this time said I of its' honor at home and -..' I . .,. \ ,1. I .J.,j ,.: ..
on our part Its geographicalpositlon, would be a candidate for tbe !Senate abroad. I therefore suggest that on r I .
possibilities as a commercial i Saturday, October 81, all who intend '
c-ntre, though I bad seriously considered the
.- to vote on November_8 for tbe preservation FIFTY OTS: SOLD THE FIRST WEEK1 I ; '
a wd with large shipping, its fertile tributary wisdom of doing 'so, and I uu not of ournational honor, for sound .. ..

country and superb clhi te,.re mare that ,I had not a perfect rightto money and the advancement of our .. '. ',

enough in themselves to In.un.11' we do so if l/had wished.It people's interesttfand general prosperity Size 60x100. Price $50 toSlpO10 to.'$20 c sh and
the national colors their ;
display at
have
ever predicted' for Miami. If vie is not habit, 'r.l..apIng -
have freestone water in addition, it will blindly-my into an apparently! hopeless wherever homes; their they places may be of seen business, in order, ,or $10;:,per mon h.. Alley in rear'of each:lo :. -t: ,.

$4 be a big card; if not we can sill IDIIat struggle, and after ascertaining that tbe voters' hearts who are for One'mile from the business centre of, Miami '
that we have as good a water supplyas Cap. biiuick' strength and his iuten- their.country may be strengthened in f proper.r.I
their determinedmay East oft: (r1 1roadt'clde to thBayi Bu .
any other, city.or. town in iioutd lion to stand on the Chicago platform, I purpose,patriotically "

Florida! :' \ I at once came out in unequivocal language thb conclude more how best to and perform intelligently .lot nqw...'while. they may be 'hu cheap..

announcing, that"I would) not be their duty as citizens." :

r THE TRUTH: ABOUT MIAMI, a candidate under any circutnstinccs," On hearing of' this letter, Wm. J.
hBr1fs
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widespread belief seems to be and from that moment supported Cap. Bryan,who was at the,time addressing R1XHA1 ra

:: .. is.F t prevalent that the MmoroLis or its Dimick is- honorably. constantly' I a big crowd at, Lima Ohio, took the ,, .
)" editor baa made certain wild and unwarranted I knew bow, and worked for him loyally matter up'in his usual m..ter.m.n-.

; ) predictions as to the futureof faithfully and effectively. !I' What ner; speaking off-hand as follows : ;; t 1 1c
)Miaml. Bow such an idea brigiiwaed little influence I may have possessed ""I join In the request for three reasons 1.13Uf; :. MLA OPOLlS .,.atJltoIN'O. : Mi i AM lt--ld
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: t we are unable to say." The truthi war exerted to bring about his {unanimous : first, because everything be asks t t It ;...",:
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in that letter believe In and therefore ;
t we have always been careful to beronserrativer nomination lightly though 'we l
we have as much rig t to display,
: a in predictions! as, to tile Sun on behalf of ( ap. Diui k':may the flag on that day.as any Republicanhas L : .

.... Z tie future of Miam! ''Tbe, ales of our: esteem-mysupport, f-iuay ha@e'hada > and -we' .believe that_ 'we have. F:; ,- + .BRADY, !' :" ''''C'Q' ..<..If. ..i.. "": :. .
... paper will prove this t* be tbe call f I eom'poirer' in 1nftuendng''ott'8 Jtb good deal more moral right to do it In I .
;. D1MOCEATIO KOMIHATION8 tbe, aeries af articles this campaign. 1 join in the letter for i l' I r "i:
"real
r entitled estate Bre'Ardas well as Dade Atall> euteeo
'' pointers," and which .aroult"d I he received tbe unanimous vote the another reason. I do not, want them Grail and GardeD S
',. "ill!; to mark the advocates of free silver for Groceries s Hay | eaI; .: .
;l .,' w ''Rational" Ticket much criticism we never referred U. Convention. Surely, if I haul tf been slaughter on that day. 'I do not want 4i.

,Presidential the- future of Miami, and the Seri es guilty of opposing, him secret my employes to'go about over your town I .
,, For Electors: t I" jJj I--
and the and find
was interrupted by tbe Intense inter must have been'e'xtrpmely throughout country, _
B. A.BUBFORD, of Marion County. strength a man who has not a flag in his window I .
JLUES'.FER1"ILIZERS.i
ff-- 'W.8.JENNiNGSef Ueraando County est of our readers fn political question weak. ., and threaten to discharge JdlAUlv AGENT FOB .

ytf' lJ'&UrcI8 OEOBOK P.B.BANEY CABTEB.;of of Leon Jackfon County.Co.. where*: before the MCTEO-OLIS we'fraebed'that has; its borne point; the The exact above truth.are tbe If facts.Any human I hav e being told: man vote the who Republican does not say ticket.be 'going any to j 41 i :)'i iand IiiIt I' :H .. .fl Ii: i y Ill L f ; v

,t. W. call the attention of the of Ira f Biscarne to oar Itoc 01.
Every prediction .we have made in can successfully dispute them I 14; him TALK COXBCIOK.. people Staple r'
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t Fancy Grooerieav F' rait and Food Products nt all kind; also our Mock;of Grain
.CoajreiMosI.Tiek.t. Miami has been1 "My friends if 'coercion is going to .
>i"i regard to* more do forever after hold his .
: : lilst. so, or peace.In Hay Bran Cotton Grouud Food and,11''' ..
For CoaJ'ftMII Congressional : be attempted for heaven's sake let it SeeaMesl l'W.
r: than\ ,fu Ifl lied. In Our first i issue closing let me ask .if the Sun.speaks
. 7: :.JWBERT W. DA VIM.rs not be attempted by using tbe flag asa
fA are tbe only. ,hoo** on :Bay Biscarne d.aliogenJu..Jla' &be liDAol
, ,; we said we believed Miami for Dimlek if tbe aricl. In this
f'l .Cap. ,or means of pointing out the men to be '
V .dd will sell doss. W.s tavk
)) bgy .i > 'an4
; good ,doj yonrenrtr ipooa >iic solicit
... be ; tat of over 2,000 bef daletj connection his threatened. If find out who shall '
have approval i they ,
rTi&a. your patronage. .. ye Entlr ; L. BRADY. CO. +
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._ T. ark' fOUtlld be let them take I 1.f.if
'. p ; -there w ea W. S. GRAHAM.THK : slaughtered; some T '

A T-tragraphappeared ,IB the >F. + .;Vr dv! ee1fmate.2 J 4 -... other under emblem which than to tbe do their nation's nefarious emblem .f -

'1'1,: .TBoropi' reoently stating that the Water heOeVrdit would be the most Important : : marvelous growth and prwper- work. There is another reason why I

a' fro the'imn-e.se spring which is point, on. the East Coast'south of ity of Miami seems to exrhA'the Jealousy join in that request. I want. some I

*> to twly. Ibtt 'eity iriUi )rater Ira* 't.1 Augpftini bl fir; = { | of 1897. of a good many people res ding flags to float on that day that'do and not Chse, & Harney.j ; 'H4'
already syndicates
\ mean a government by ;
: "freel& M'r r''A6 old -and esteemed Oar prediction has been ful in other East, Coast cities and tfjwua, for syndicates. I want some Bags to S
friend",:who seemed to. be skeptical oo: filled. A larger volume of business .U and they have been circulating' reports float on that, day that do not stand .

the subject,oaa asked the writer whetii-.1 transacted in Miami t today tban',(tn calculated to belittle our clt). Inmost for the right of a coal I trust to send a t ii ,

,ryt1 .stifles.aMiger-oftactiu1" ; water.reftrrtd anytown on tbq; Iyist<, Qeasj south of cases these reports are started b'j[ representative to every fireside and Fert111Ze +

I)- i '' tosli"thdtonea'eoepkd' with 8t, Augustine.. Let anybody try to pie 'who are anchored and tied town collect this! laud.tribute want from some every nags family to float. j-REPRESENTING THE- d

7' d tt.. 'remark:.tbitbe', waa -'.. 'aw4e disprove this assertion who please to with Unsalable, 'properties elsewhere on that day that do not stand for tbe Pm MitnlUre FMj ui fisullj C. ul all bdii Fire '. .., ..
lrJ; that there war: any freestono.>water: intJlerida doM,'and we will meet them. Th-re and are.unable to come to Miami$ and opinions of those who say that if the S
', 'and'61.' ...' bow there la 1 probably as much money ,investedIn locate. They are trying to tw.t ,the majority of the peopITXll decide a {tt3 trM B V o'igrb
yk coidd:beVa tIM.oIe State was brick'buildings in Miami Lore i certain .a1111 this campaign they do
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; sopjoaadttr to-day as market and.sel! out wberethey[ not know whether they will submit to
..-_ S9 agndetlaidRlti: "*a;limestone* i la any place un'the. East Coast south are, so as'to get)n at, Miami on favorable the decisions or not. I want some
1 porn fonaadoa." of the Ancient City, and.we have only: terms. ,At\ the same time there flags' to float on that day that have behind HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK CO < .
.r: -query [ ; Fourmontiiei are many good hones! people who'iear *' 1
'1 t4i tieAad .analysed tllMv water benoe.. circulate people,of people who intend Ferl jliatar. and F1t 4r atria
;;:; 'Deter.. we. : as these reports: and.bejieve and to attend to their own business, and do
'":....], T t.' .of ill's. g ;i..+rler.J.ed: .&o; aa4. pMlW. urt jwe jh:ve WjlLbaff.t1flc. them. It I.to fully advise!Much, 1I01t1[ t notintend Jo be bought or bribed or Pdb1ier lit a Lritf
$ ..., f e delitt' : i.foe''make driven into of financial "
._ j 7. ) 0! predMktr/ it they may not Intentionally circa late support foreign 'fmti -i
"' 'sot;. but that 'the"general impression without 'regard to whether Bryan ,or I a false report, that we devote a considerable policies." t: I'J A I

4 t.11 obtained that thewater was freestone; MeKinley turn up. as the little Joker II 'portion. of our.editorial) spa e to advocates 8o, my of friends silver,to I bring want out to the..t.U flagon

t -5}'for;! at least sot impregnated with oBe/weekfrons next Tuesd,'.* ?Then .stopaved the subject this week. that day. I want them to put it

v v' Haul .'People'who hare ued Itot, streets-why,bless your souls, 1 .- into their'homes and In their places of

yL- sa IWdry'pupo.ee.ctaimt6sit"It! ; I* as we
; aoft .u nlBwater.'ti. :. The general belief Caving that war to be:tone, but upon the streets,and let our opponent*
I t" ? $" we friend of the, writer at. Titiuvilhj the know that we do not intend to surrender -
:,.J ,ia that-the, water'from'thisspHnxtmaea lever. 1"" *o wild.a*, to tell you what other day, 4111ft" by. the MKTRoriuus; that ensign and emblem into
from a far distant' '*ource. 'TWsbe : we Qa Dow. sate a* a fact thai ..beforethe that.you ,claim a population of 2M5 the hands of the enemies of the peopleof ; '

':*lr ef.Ufoiuid, : >dW. the.fact' that it* first...alnn.I7'of..be ad vent,of IJ1d; Jel.l 1 have_been told that tberilreon1y'1ve : this country." ,

r: .,t;1. tegpcratarg. ia..much,' lower than that We' railroad,iwhioh will be oncApril16th or,$Ix''hundred whites;down Mr. Bryan is correct as be always 1..
.' Crr I' oT tbe ..Miami river, and 'of other next we will have more miles of the..e..and' bewailed for' reply. As Those who believe in this nation adopting

/ spriBtfsla the v Wnitj:which hard their red :*treettv than Any1 rJty 'in the there may be hundreds of others!] deluded a' financial policy without waitingfor '

:n'a,toilreer l tle.eret. 'lades: ". x \ Stateye,sot' excepting Jacksonville.rUtkiof I with such report;we befftdsay the consent of any other nation on TO 1 t LOT : I'' ONSL'
"We .werV toW,) that when wee. that ttie earth are truer patriot at least thantboMe
..... ,'1 ,LbpEiaifroiiiwwiiieb are only one, population of Miami in l jour .
who feel that this
t '2tlriier II! tbet.- rear old.-!;1 opinion is not less than ,!,AOC), fully : great countrywitbsits

;; r.ttc"yr wN take.iis-w.ter sapply.au .: Bow; sboot.deep: water? Well, we 1,600 white and: not over holes>>colored. seventy millions of ,people is .

,-f'-l. ih'aa:ealM as-'-'...w'loBed yhty never claimed sixteen feet, bat alwayslenied Until the,.Boyal rain hotel was aoj far incompetent and Impotent to manage
f ; -- ;;' : ; see bow 4 thgetatewent whenever'it cameo advanced few weeks ago that they its own' affairs The 'money vt propose "

.,":.'--d;;"..-naaiaiaitdilwiva'proviaedia. .. '' andinW'7 .' & 'our ear or eye*. We have:always began to. lay off some of the men theremust to coin,'sound"at a ratio' of 10 to 1,will be A. .KINGS-LEY
....hft-I., adults jusf as as that which our
;r IU_ eIa1. heCpe Florida have been6OOwhite male ,
> cokL" .We caaanel l and will tell thefWtff opponents purpose.. It is simply a dif
: now yon, on. employed on that structure alone. As JkDI4i1I11
+' ............ 'i..4. ':_. ..1''- .Aenltat I semi : : *fg-J ** !.Ualtt'd. for then' belag morE'colored ttauwhitee ferenc .of- opinion .as to. what.constitute jgeA1W'Jfr2: 1.
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-: ,".j.' .'aasdiadeals? ;,...s'iierseasefeir taM Siate*Vhg1neer;\Mt tthea' Uncle Samdoertittlf. here at present, no fairmindedperson *"soundness.'- .

iiuiel bebih: spebg" ter t aii.utai ,, ;.acratchinir- ;aS&t who baa visited the place andetaytd ROLLINS COL.LEGEWINIBR, ., ., a } .
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'., fli.. .'-ii., '.. '' "''' ''v, :f"r'P. ior. :1''ijJeftla'' ff.t long enough to form an intelligent PARK, FLA.A Prices KM JIM k Ji IIM
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Lett Ucc.rdiig'ti_
;; !1.4aM lhow" ... iaa.ttrubrie JijtM'.i-: 4 opinion.world'mike, socb'a I state* school of the highest grade for. Jitii. SMMt
", 'lt xts le w la-!9" _%Ja1.Yis e._st t eT e U gook enough' for<< a time. menU There (Ibid little employment ladies and gentlemen. Snenl dqarr.
meats,Collegiate, Academic, Preparatory RAILROAD PAHIi:fo Nlsa beet. } Onis.t Rail.i ri '
;. __;.Ib.a 1bq avers le1 1 ; $ .;tlerriuy)hot atii !f eree. for, negroes, exeeptia<<-.t street ;Sub-Preparatory, Music, Art and fnndd b.aob t re6a.er .lo', nd. wiq prod.a. pi .
Rr Pre
rtt. f lf tB ib fait;indeAslte,"term; :work,";?.The,carpentcn,plumber,'paintera. Physical Culture. Six buildings,Urge which b. h; p h tor lot: i e t ti .f r
I i rir co' .i i 't J1 a fan the 4iotrt aU white faculty,location beautiful and ..health Fv
'r i.:.'. .B.wleil"anrl1111i., ..rpetsi. t.... ,. are _,__ .T.T"loi :
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<< eataJope
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-'i'' ;gt f r, :: ., Y1I..=.;n ".'.(I._.-::" :;S&,, ""' : .U about tb brie here as>inootber I 12-Sm address P>K?.-Otto;-'W W;LL.. D. ; 'I tdrl f 4I

'.....,:'-- ff...-.-. :,.. .. ". F. ... -w. .'_ c_ iamvritp. ..jwiii;'jM. / I po trtsot', jbe State, from'Io to: 40 per To'retalaan ,
abundant head of hair
...... 7..zJ. \ : ; !' to'ied tft geatjThe; r.gt4rUOe> list shows
..JIJ. hJl....,... t.1.".1l 1t :t: .to-B e tlBr clothes, n1 r7 ;. X13eg of natural- color to a good:old>age J
'f' < ... iJlaoOD..dIj.- OfcoorseYoowouMbVbbt f K'rtd t oteti,""of>: bkh the'coloredwerefeas
I. X't.i. ... .". ., the_ hygiene of, the scalp moat"..bslob.erred. .
.. s 'liirioraroe. .JA.A; keeakse. 1' tai... MtlDt 1&.11 but. : .. '. than 2lOO.. Seel ftX Apply Hall's Hair ,Beoewer.
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1 lmrn9N and foam, which is caused by the agitation grates it sate as a 'good fertilizer. criminal cases as may be prescribed bylaw
It' IW BAUWYNE' of the waters on tbe Florida Everybody who ban examined the land This affects Dade county and isgenerally ;
reefs, which lie some five miles offshore under cultivation has 1 been surprisedat considered
wise change.
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the breezes to be heavily laden with porous, while mot of the lands are Article 11 changes tbe 'date of holding

= 'J 5eaatbiagl About IU WouUrful TO-- ozone and have a peculiarly exhilarating high, making splendid sites for healthy tbe State and county election from

.w. and Prodactirt Laad effect, which is sensible to anyone homes. It is remarkable its abilityto October,;I; as heretofore, :to the first :. .
,, who spends a few days in tbe vicin pass through a dry:season without '
: i",, -.. any bad effect on vegetables.he Tuesday after tbe first Monday in November BUSINESS ,nd'RESIDEKCt! I
ity.There ,,
:. 2B'COIaJ<. IKI'OarAft BCXTOX ::01' is a smooth waterway from next question that will be asked the same date' on which tbe ,

..; Aye; TtOUBA Biscayne Bay to Key West between is: What do lands, In this vicinity, national elections are held. This is '

,, the Florida Reefs and tbe coast averaging which possesses so many attractionsin also generally.conceded to be a wise LOTS' i.
J" / five miles In width. This passage the way" of climate 'land opportunities .
a 01/a 1aM 1tsPrnsa .ss Yeewaf3l To ordinary weather Is:as smoothas fur making a 'living, rod lWe change. ,

I 11 .j r........11&...... i the Indian Bbrer or' the inside of will say, anything your, want to pay. .
Biscayne Bay. We bad often heard of Some of the beautiful Bay fronts, especially 1 Defending Brertrd.MKLBOCBNX ...... .
Now For Sale '
the Florida reefs we had studied them about the mouth of the Miami 'BKACH Oct. IV IBM.KJItur .. ,
-. _Jtiol Bay Biscay Be Us sheet of from tbe charts, but no one can realize River, are held at what seem fabulous I !

clear blue tidewater connected with without seeing them in their power, prices; but the('lInaaulID, fine, that llrraorout: i
the Gulf Stream 'and UM Atlantic breaking the seas which sweep in from wealthy people who visit the locality DKAB SIB-In reply to the communication -

Ocean by numerous Inlets,one of them tbe east, so that there is no surf on tbe, will pay almost any price' for a small of C. K. Urayson la. 'yours of Prices From '$100 to $1,0 0 Lot

ten'miles wide. As a field yachting shores of Key Largo. or the other Islands tract for a winter home Good lands October IB, I beg leave to differ from Per ,
we doubt if anything superior can-be which !lie to the east of, Biscayne can be had up the Miami River and at ,
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found anywhere. It II forty mile Bay; a short distance bark from the Bay at tbe gentleman. Old Brevard I did not .

'. long and-average from two to ten mile It goes without saying that the very reasonable price,ranging accord- elect one single Republican, or give a According to Local on; : I

f''I.. width. At present yachts drawing whole East Coast of Florida possessesa lag to quality spd distance from tbe majority for any Republican candidate.His .

i apply county
3 Cap Florida ,channel, and t.bere'are perature. The old military records $10 to $100 per acre. Remember these may -

.:h good ground for'believing that In the kept at Fort Dallas snow that the mean lands are just as good for agricultural and I think it dceibut he must except Railroad are to Miami over the Florida East Coast Bai way will be ./QDded to
''t very near future: an appropriation variation of rsture between purposes, perhaps better, than Bayfronts Brevard. It is true we have some soreheads '
such purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser will produce pt for such fare,which
'. ;i .be made by the general government to winter and summer's' only about ten because right-on- [the front vegetation in Bretfcrd, even in iny own precinct aoeipt. will b4 received aa cash in part payment for lot. i .
.i- ; deepen the channel to fifteen feet. Bat degrees that of the winter being about is likely to suffer somewhat but not enough
fir.. it II not oar purpose in this article to Vr and of tbe summer about 80*. The from the winds which blow with considerable to materially }
:'l' talk of futures or what la prospective climate of Biscayne Bay must alwaysbe force ooc .loaaU,. It is just affect tbe result. Brevard is Demo- Gall on JOHN B. REILUSI Agent, t

Ii :.bat;simply. to tell you what we,hare, a great .attraction. To say that it as healthy one or two miles bark from cratic', even if cranks and soreheads do Fork' Pallas Land C Miami 1

o.< b and surely) nature has been very lavish Is superior to that of any other part of the Bay.as on: the front,'land for people once In a while'let their personal defeats mpany, t

in bestowing many attractive features Florida would not convey our meaning. suffering from bronchial troubles, we affect their. ,ote: Thank Providence )- Or J.'E. NGRAHAM, Vice-Pres't, .',f ; .
\ and natural advantages;; upon. thischanting It is simply incomparable.! Indian would say it would be better for thjem ; :
section. There. are, River and Lake Worth are landlocked to locate a short distance back from they. are few and far between.. MO-U-f Fort Dallas Land Co., St.; Augustine, Fla.

six rosTorricxson waters connected by one or more narrow the Bay. Yours,
The Inlets.with tbe ocean. Tbe air An opinion is prevalent! that tbe orange JOHJT HBKBT. .
.. -. Bay Biscayne. most northerly I. -- '
which rises from these waters mingling belt does not extend u far south
is B..P.O.. -
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one Biscayne near
bead of the Bay and a few miles; further with the breezes from tbe ocean, as Biscayne Bay. This is erroneous. We do not believe )Grayson Intended "tJ : W WATSONDEALEK I ;= cI -
produces a balmy,sunny temperature, There are some old groves of limited : : '
sooth-is Lemon and
City postofBce set- I. bin remarks.to apply to Bre- f
miles .bleb" restful and soothing to the size in the Bay Biscayne{ region which f
tlement two further south is
Buena Vista P.0.. a' very pretty collection invalid to the worn-out man of business have always'done well, but the cultiva vard with as much force as to Dade I i IN'I
of homes,and three miles south and the nervous female. Tbe Lion of citrus fruits has never been attempted county. The fact is while. Brevard I

of Buena Vista is Miami "the coming breeze is restorative in its effect. on a large scale! until within gave a majority to every nominee oftbe.regular Bar% "
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Metropolis of.South Florida/ ,".the mar- Standing on the wharf at Cocoanut tbe last in few Tears. All neighborhood of tbe highland Democratic 'ticket. R. A; Ship Chandlery,
rebus months old with Grove. we felt for the first time the Biscayne Bay ,
city only six a
will citrus fruiw' and tbe soil Hardee came very near the danger line '
of TU PBCCUAB TITAUZIXO KTrXCT> produce .
population over, 2,800, with brick .. '
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". cosiness blocks and mammoth hotels, of that indescribable breeze of Biscayne on account of the presence of rock, -his majority was less than 60, while Stoves ,Tinware.' : :

with a waterworks system and nearly Bay. We spent five days' and bolds tbe fertilizer which may be applied that of Hon. E. N. Dimlck was 8.- \ '
much better than,that of other M 11 and tea bo.atpplies.. j -
; .- ten miles of paved street uDder way. nights the vicinity, and if the breeze portions of the State. of limit- ED. MxTBorous. I : .
j I, situated on historic ground, at the slackened for five minutes it must have People Paints' and Oils. : _. f
who in culture of
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means .
engage ,
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mouth of the' lovely Miami river. M been .bea..e..ere asleep. We triedto IpQUfBHf. : l I.
I,- :: little less than five;: miles south of as to the cause.of tomatoes or other vegetables can plant Farming ;Tools and Awwitioa. G GCarpenter's
i ? Miami is Coooannt Grove postoaVe and its peculiar quality. It was apparentthat out an orange or lemon grove and cultivate Good work of bloat cost, true ecoao.: u-t* i

.(, settlement .with population la lucl- the Bay, ten miles wide and fifty vegetables and pineap Income My aad.sot its shadow, is the motto 41 Malt + '
> log the neighborhood which get' lea miles with an inlet five miles tween tbe trees, so as to get an of the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Asso,I : Tools a Spe .! ?

I nail and does its trading at this point, wide, which was 'tide water, clear as from the land while their groves are ciation. 40 to 60% less cost per $1,000
,,' amounting. to 1,000. Six miles south crystal; was different from Indian coming into bearing. Samuel Filerof than any of the old line companies.
Buena Vista, can give any one who i $700,000 written in three counties, la f
,,1 of Cocoanut Grove is Cutler, situated River,and one would expect t.bebreeze 4
I' l- on the northeast corner of the Perrine .to be stronger, fresher and purer; but wishes satisfactory evidence of the. Florida since November !,'180ft.! Endorsed : MIAMI ROUTE TQ: KEY WESJ. :- r;
4- is truth,of our remarks, as he has an exceptionally by Hon.John A. McCali; President -
Grant. This place developing rap- bear in mind that it was far ahead of
: Idly A few there were bad felt the face fine lemon grove now in of the New York Life. All parties '
; anything we ever on "Citjiej
families and between the of The El Slde Wheel Steamer Veit'tperform t
; less than ten the settle- of the ocean itself. There was a peculiar bearing trees one either mail or female, wishing Insurance gut : !

ment. Now (be/count be.pearly lefty.W ., cxfejiaratiog effect aboej it,so that the best pineapple fleld-' gln the State. at its lowest possibletfeost ,Y' _.
.. shall not attempt a* this time to one ,afght walk for miles fin the sun and easiest way of'paying premiums T. appointed tc aervicVas follows 'f tf '
/. desct.be: these various settlements, but over rocks and yet not feel it. We had The aou'UuUOuJ Amendments. will do well to see 'the agent. before '
will treat each one separately In future beard of its effect before, but believed The Constitutional Amendments placing insurance' Leave MIAMI Ai 0 a. m.evenr Wednesday and .Saturday.. '
WM. L. MCDOWELL Arrive' KEY WEST same cia,. 1 1BETUBNINOLaav
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articles, our present purpose speak it Imaginary. we emerged *
of Bay Biscayne in general. on our cruise from Angel Fish Creek I which were submitted io tbe people 17tf Miami; Fla. KEY WEST 6:00: a. m.every Tneaday. and FriJa .

A: ii. The most northerly entrance to the. into the open ocean and saw for the at tbe election on October 8th .Arrive MIAMI same day. Connecting? at Miami with.. .

Bay is Norris Cat, a very poor natural first time the Florida reefs, It.was a were all adopted' by an overwhelming Tor Bent or Tor Bale. ,. ,FLORIDA IT'OOAT RAILWAY. r .

inlet, with only about four feet of water revelation. The waves dashing over vote, and as soon as cottage with three. rooms near tbe HARMAN
; at high tide, but one which in our I. these thousands of rocks is lashed into Bay in North Miami Apply to W.M. ,ARCHER Prui eDL EDWARD. MORLE General Manager.
the official is made '
opinion u more readIl1"'acepUW.0I. a foam and clouds of spray. The winds count become a Featberly, Metropolis office. Ifttf
improvement than any of the other. from the southeast blow steadily in part of the Constitution' and operative Key Vilest & Miami Steamship Company: ,
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.' ..10" inlets because.it Is a very through these clouds of salt water without any further formality. .. .
a P aaoar PisTAHce TO PKKT war sparkling' and glistening .in the sun These Constitutional Amendmentsare .. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. :s:.y w..t. :F'1=rtd&. .' 's
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.'I shine. This condition,
peculiar I
webeUni -
. outside and the entrance is not obstructed of far more importance than is
explains the'qaalitJ of the GIT i omens.
by reefs. One and one-half
breeze which it so charming and generally supposed. We presume :! .
so exhilarating
MiToa-Jobo B. "
- '.1'1 miles south of Norris Cut and separated B.Wy.ALDiattixJO.pb
:' from it only Ly-Virginia Key Is at Biscayne Bay. many lawyers nave: not looked, below A. McDonald,
: ' Bear's Cut. This is a fairly good inlet Alme>>h'el'Jbod.m recall the condition the surface far enough to see.what Hon. F. S. Mores W. M. Brown E. L. North Miami! Town Lot r! ,
on a hot summer day when the
Is Frank T. Walter 8. Gra
f. t. at present and there- seven feet ofti material effect these amendments have Brady,. Badge
is and sudden thunder-
the bar at tide. The sun shining a ham. .
on high
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While the rain is falling in changing tbe highest law of tbe
squall comes -
{r-. the channel United is comparatively tttate engineers straight who have and ,with the up.son shining,and a breeze State. MARSHAL Cm CLBBK-Young-Jobu F.M.Gray.Graham i 0 Do You Wan '
is rain !
the it strikes
ti examined the various inlets to the Bay the blowing cheek with through peculiar ,freshness. The only way,to ascertain Just what .PBBSIDBVT 000.00-1IoD. F. '8. Them
to on the cost of their improvement Morse. .
: so as report There is some peculiar electrical condition change is effected by the adoption.of ) )
of the thatBear's '
are opinion present. It is so with the breeze Articles 7,, 8, 0,' 10 and .11 of Amendments '.TUDOIG OOMMITTXBS. '
Is the channel in which It
Cut
i 1- : .. is. most practicable to get deep water. at Biscayne Bay. As it passes through .to tbe Constitution is to read O.' FUUVCB. -Brown, Badge and MeDonald. WeHaye'GoRanging Them I!
this cloud of caused the Flor-
by .
j.: Seven miles south of Bear's Cut IIi continues them carefully and compare them with -.
':' Floridaandtbeeatranceorehan- ida reefs and some ten miles ON KCXJH Ami ODDfudaOlIeDoaald '

Del Cap of that aame., This is the best natural inwardfUntil it reaches the west shoreof those portions of the Constitution and Brown. in Price From $3Q, fc $15O.
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'inlet to Bay Biscayne, because Biscayne Bay, passing through the which they This the MBTBorous OB QTBBBTC' ABD IvraoTBiCBim ,
r .' vesssls nine feet or I glorious sunlight,it acquires a peculiar found it necessary to do inci Donald,Costfrovs and Bodge. : il
drawing possiblyten
J' It is just right and whoever A Selected Li t of Bay Biscayne Property. : 4
.: ,can enter at high tide,but theE ,Quality. dentally preparing'the official ballot OB SABITATIOB' -Budge, Brady and.' '
feels it for few will afterwards
_. channel is long and tortuous and It a to return days to influence.ever for the October'election: because the Coanrora. Fruit racU,and Cheap Lands for Investment. f
long OB WATBB Fin PBOTBCTIOBCojwrov
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would cost a large sum of money to increase people have felt this breeze and law required that the "Msubstance" of '
Many Frost-Proof
Bearing
its depth even to twelve thirteen *, McDonald and Brown. 1 Orange GJidVes. +
feet, dome ten miles south of ret havenot realized its peculiar qual- the amendments .bould' be printed on OB Pouoa ABO CBABirixa-Brady, .
It There those who ." :No. 4 P MMpliIq Land;
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are prefer a cup CosgroTs and Graham. ,
.. Cape Florida,the continuous chain of the official ballot. Tbe changes are as ... < .
of rank Bio coffee
strong or a cheap .
Florida Key or islands begin and between and who follows: Ohoio of Description.
cigar there are people when Property .Every !
isles
numerous .
these sub-tropical are -
Into the of them they taste a cup of genuine Java or Article'7 provides that In'future the NATIONAL.HomeSeekers: ,'. -," ."t .
1 instance lloe ps.''properl made, know that they Supreme Court; of Florida need not DES ABCf "
Caesar's Creek for will socommodatevessels MOST ? LOCATION ON BOTH THI EAST-AND'wEST'CO4ST.
drawing six feet of have found something rare. Those render any written.opinion; or any '
seethe kind of who will '
j water.numerous' From'entrances this statement into the as Bay to the it the incomparable people 'breeze of appreciate Biscayne'Bay. -- opinion at all for that matter, in deciding REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.Exhanariiur . :,.

It is only of cases coming before it, but simply *
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that vessels drawing much For what want i in the line information's. 6 theloatprice
appears time when ....locality will the most a bare decision' or judgment. It is :crer you ?f. : [ '
feet can enter the Bay with '
as eight tale 'of 0
noted winter resort in the United and term 4 of these proprieties address.
safety& and that is .sufficient for the believed this will greatly, ,-edut"e'tlie I l '
States' Proosrtf for Property a .
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A great Biajbritr,of pleaaore craft. They work of tbe Supreme Court and enable
Our remarks thus far; have treated : Dworiptian; 1 :
can call out of tb. Bay at anytime on Specialty. Send of* what A- :
only of the climate,,about' which too It to gradually clean up its docket -' .
I A CKCUI'TO: tin'BA&UIaa' mnch cannot be said. ,We will devotea which is four years behind at present. you have and what yon want. M-U-fs c-.1. '4g.Jl; 1 I t tit

} which are just across Cuba.or UM Oilf Stream of the small portion of our remaining spaceto I This will be a great benefit to the people .HAT.iata, IVDIAV BlVBB, FLO.mA. 'Olb I. brick Ildfag northwest earner of, : .*#; rwL
fifty milaor-to any the quality of the lands from I
ot.taerWe.s India Islands. A renlarteanwr ricultural standpoint, for many people' for many a person will submit to O. a CARROLL. '

'_ Dow runs between Miami and will want to know what they consider an unfair ruling In Oct.1441U Reel Eetato Agent I *i 5e. k

Key West,. a distance of 100 miles BOW'TO IUD A UTU.' a lower court and agree to make a sacrifice = ; ; ?
the via Cape Florida,In M. I. COSTAR &
makinf f'81.1 ': J C : .
twelre hours We" are Muoraed thai a. We believe that the lands on Biscay to compromise a case rather than CHURCH DIRECTORY.Paaoow1a .
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atetmshlp line will established between ne Bar will yield the agriculturalist appeal to the Supreme Court and wait I '.th' f
as good, if not better returns, taking TINSMITHS, ,
Miami and Nassau, aa soon as three. or four years for a decision.. CBintCH AKD KXADUTO !
Hotel Boyal Palm for theaccommodation them all In all,than any portion of the .leD, opfMMlM HoUl Mtuti.sverTS '. pLUMBFR8.rttl< : j.. '
the opens r
facilitates tbe .
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of tourists in January State. The disastrous freezes of ISM- passage asttb II... kn1ta Bd yMtebaal 1Ia. .. I
IBM bad very little effect on the most bills by tbe legislature. This amendment ..el7,...: Sunday a a. a.; prays: f MCkcspw
80'2. With two steamship lines in op tender vegetables the Biscayne mating W.4Aelda i7.. a.. "'a4&ld a. Workana: '1 TlN 'COPPKB : SHEET+IRON and, GlLVliaZHDEiaTaaksV Isaw.; :
Bay ,
eration, the commerce of Bay Biscayne 'we believe is unwise. We believe B mdlBf rooa opus .11 day s4 tTtoUft.WrtUB .
will be considerable neighborhood.' The writer ,saw andpicked *BMUiUU tarntolMd for eonMpodMimafvn. .
old its principal port .' ripe' gnavaa on Biscayne Bay few enough safeguards are thrown eses.! worklvc ... see otherswill j.
,and the U. Government, actinr during the spring IDODt.bI. following around State legislation at present lad her eoriOft>bBS "place 10 speadthet Clout Baab&a a Specialt Eatimataa Cbsspfy'Gi_
the that those who lalasrs hoary &
ttdw on themselves principle deserve to be helped, the freeze. Even the leaves did not without making It still easp!\to rail- ;wslcom .... tikslgwia, fsstor.rraoDirr \W7-. < 1"' I'' .- tAn "

.. .....will undoubtedly grant a liberal appropriation how pineapple any plants effects were of the bat frost.slightly The In- road bills through. kends of roolag osnal.g.. 0.1....... Iro.\'I'aab'pa\' ('up ad snaartoia'mads
for deepening a channel Article. t.substitutes the Secretary CHCICH 80ura.-Biie v> iaa. CTPTM*. t
Jared, and we could hardly tell from' Bar MlMio. Tb* loU wtB,|.Cbe Urn* : i
into Bay Blfrayne and encourage Mr.Flatter &be cocoanut trees that there bad been of State Comptroller and ,Commissioner sad,.... el Mblte Mnrlo: Laos City Job Work Solicited. Satisfaction' Sire. :
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effort trade .
in hm to open no ta e M0emd Md touch Suedsys. tneoa.ai ,
between this section of the United a freeze. The people were shipping of Agriculture as members of- Oro... the Inc sad third taadajs st U staf e. .1 TUTia ISth 8irs t'Mimi.DUREN .
tomatoes during OUr visit to the Bay Pardoning Board in sad f.:>>.. a.C1aUlr.the InJa..... lu. 1..I-p Sboo.. -. ,
the State
.?tats and Weat1Indlea, and Sooth' in April, 188ft No other portion of place of ddraM.CoeoMimt Oror ,FU. l.,.J... : t : ; =- At
America. .other. .thingiua .*, the State was snipping tomatoes at the the Supreme Court'Judges. This still Boltoa.rutor.TTKIOW ,A, t
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S Above all time,and the further relieves the Supreme Court of
prices were very high <
CUMATB' OF. n"aucn.: ... We examined returns;:showing f8 per a part of Its present duties,:and is a W, loss:CHURCH Baaday or school VUXL, a a-, m taBd, stoadudtt r sire &, FEASTR., :' '

U Ibe rrnt, attraoUon. The mean crate net. We know 'of our 'own wise ..: r Mkliit U a.-."' 1 p.a.CkrUtUa ,
range* :temperaUire for the year is knowledge that some of the tomatoeCTOwera provision. P.donr.wedas.ed.y.igbt f. 'red.....
Article 10 gives of the Peace, lag room open day sad '"are ear.
not over ten degrees and a record kept 00L6e Bay have netted as dWh lam.4. Aabap alchuvtil.. ..rttar.
at the rooms of tte Biscayne Bay Yacht hiceptional I acre.. This waa ex In those couaUea..here county courts FWBIDA WESTERN ,

Club at.Coeoandt Grove shows that ,but we believe that an average exist jurisdiction in jeivil: cases where EPIs00rALCHQZCB.-.rvkw will s.held 4 '
there Ras not a stogie cabadajr+ dnrlagL of fromtaeoto'HOO per acre can involved l la UUtlo ;
1806. ""- I be realized,regular tkiajr. The the amount doea not exceed HAU,at N M L a..ita..aid ClaM,sad A First'-Class Stock',at all times. Near Hotel t,1 1i 1emi:; >
*i ThebreexeWhich blow in from floe land. rocky bat this is not an objection 100, Instead of ISO as at present, and '.t 7:18 p.m .l.e at BVMM vials .*ss p m. i ) > moter4 .

T ftstward pass thronghB.etood' of.spray because when the. rock dlsiika also gives; them jurisdiction. In such Tie My.h !i ,; ,T)fl""Tnr>" I10litllan.; .. :" .e:: :,' \::

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(Article -V.,, continued from second- page.) .-' before enjeringapon';the performance ofj any duties pertaining 6. Committee, Police and Charities.SKC. .. It eo(." ,1

: collected, the amount thereof already appropriated ""and : *o hU oftife.live security or:bond in a sum to be ..a. It shall be the duty sot the Committee> 'on, A SUffererUred ;fn

',, the balance! remaining :and the Balance" 10 the, ,,City'' i;; 'b/ the(City.CRnnCit'co ddioned;upoit 'te faithful Finance to examine iatqahd report tOs'Ctuncil/' least: : t
Treu.UI'J' ; 'allO showing the amount received: and paid performance of an duties SSnS.Feeding' month; and hi, monthly iVport, ,bond shall be subject. approval bv said City'Council., of the city, and correctness and manner in wikh the books was two years old I suffered dread > /

amount of:warrants issued against each Sac a.: The City Collector;,[of Taxes'shall have an and accounts of the various officers of the fcity! are kept ; fully from erysipelas, which kept 4
:" ." fund for which 'a levy or,appropriation has been made office in some'convenient place in the City'of Miami.SKC. to examine,into and report to the Council 'further any growing worse until,my hands were : t
; > and the amount to the credit of each fund or deficit 3. It shall be the duty of the City'Collector 'of > cC'ount..agaid.r> the city shall be paid or hot ; and that almost useless.- Thw bones softened *,:' :
,.pinst tame at the date of each:monthly : The Taxes to collect all taxes which {may he !due the City of this'may be done, all claims against the city shall be, referred so'that they would bend and several itIi
report. die assessment roll him I td said committee before action i i.. |aken thereon of now'crooked f fl
.; reports o( aU City' officer 'shall' be filed with the Clerk, Miami, as shown by t elivered to my fingers are n'L. ATHX =-
and, the Clerk hU audit'and present same to the Coun by the Assessor, qf, Taxes,,as provided by law and the by the Council, and shall be approved or disapproved by it. 'I this,''cause. On my 1', -: ,
,. cil. with his certificate as to the correctness" of each city ordinances ; and also all licenses ind occupation'taxes SKC. 3. It .ifcafr be the duty of thr Committee on hand. 1 carry large :
-... report. .- wjiich may be due said city ; -nd pon the failure Streets and Improvement to have a meeting! at least scab which,but forAVER'S 4 N'

.>. Sc. 5. ,The Clerk shall -draw all warrants on the, of any ope engaged any, occupation; business! which once a month! and Consider the question of Improving: the s .v
.f Treasurer when ordered to do so'by the-Cbvncil: and the j_ subject to, a license I to pay same' afUr a demand has city, and' to report at'each meeting of the Council; the resuit :, l i \

same shall be countersigned by the President of the been made he ,shall report. said failure to, the City Mar-I'- of their delil";Vations. All ordinance*+; and questions Sarsaparilla would ;
i }
<:0UII J. shal.I in relation to improvements, shall be referred to said
; He shall keep a voucher for ''each warrant i I coinmtttee be cures, provided I'
c so drawn, which shall X drawn on/:the fund designated Sec. 4.;: It shall be the duty of the City Collector of* before action is taken thereon by the'Council. .' rwa*''alive: and able aw

by the Council,'and on.no'other. 'Y v Taxes to make written statemen, swgrji to. to the City, Sac. .'}. It shall be the duty of the Committee on Rules : ., to carry anything:!. :'\I
5KC..6. The Clerk shall keep with the' minutes" ,of > Clerk on the morning of each day on which a regular and Ordinances to prepare, at the request. of Council,- 'I 1 light bottles of \ <, a t.I
the proceedings of each' meeting 'a complete: and meeting of Council is to be held, showing'the amount of rules for the government. of said Council at' its meetings,' Ayers Harsaparilla. cured me. so YG
I .accurate record of,accounts' allowed and shall register money coming into! hit hands since hiS last report, :and and all ordinances of a generaI'na lrt, no referable to: that I have had no return of*the ;-1
*. all warrants drawn on 'the City Treasurer in a from what sources. On the filing of said report he shall another'-committee, shall be referred to sid;' 'committee; disease for more than twt'ntllears. _.
book kept for that purpose' He shall 'mkerecord a pay over all funds #/to the City Treasurer,, taking his for its Consideration /before action is taken' thereon by the The first bottle seemed to reach the .1,;
.. ; m' the ordinance'book of each ordinance adopted receipt therefor in duplicate which: duplicate, receipt Council. spot and a persistent use of it has > j '
by the.' Council ; ,he shall properly index the shall be filed 'with the City Clerk. lie jhall also at1 the SEC. 5. It shall he the duty of the Comm ttee on Water pt'rlt"Cte.1.the ,cure.''O. C. D1vH, .rR. r'

'ti same and shall promptly furnish to1 a newspaper same time of making such reports, present his stubs of and Fire Protection'<< to look after the public hdrunts and ,

the city, designated by the Council all ,ordinances 'o f tax. receipts to the City Clerk, whose duty it shall be to all, matters relating'to the city' interests lin[ the public''

other matters that are required to published in a news-. check and compare such stubs with leant reports. The water supply, and tug consider; all matters relating to the waU''jER'S' ;
s ,Clerk shall, certify to each of the said reports the result fire department and to fire protection for the city. This \

C 7. He shall, keep a full and 'accurate account of- ,his examination t and at each regular meeting of committee shall make a general reportto the'Council. quarterly ,

with the'Tax Collector, and with the Treasurer and with Council all such reports, with the Clerks certificate of. :! _and special reports as often as may be necessary OUT ;Wou.n 7AQ, g.
,,1 each city,official He shall also keep an account of each cx..nination"theron, shall be submitted;:to the City Council < SEC. 6. It shall be the duty of the Committee of San *Sarsaparilla

separate fund, of the levy for e.ch'year" and any other for approval or.rejection. itation to examine all public and private buildings streets r ; J
accounts Acquired by the Council or Finance Committee Sac; 5. The compensation' salary Cf the City Collector -; and lots ; to examine! into the general\(sanitary condition AYXTS Mill TrrauU, 04 Dtgseuea: t,
,necessary to show properlythe;, financial condition they of Taxes srplt be fixed by the Council as' of .the city as often 'as once each quarter, of(the year, and l
d soon as practicable after: the annual elects n in each year. to recommend to CounciJ any measures itl may deem --- --, ..

. 'SEC. 8. In the absence of "or inability to" find theidayor. Passed October 15; 1896. necessary' to preserve the healthfulness 1)(1[ the city ; to FOR -' !;
-FREDK.lS. MORSE, cause the public drinking water tube. inspected or analyzed
or acting Mayor the City Clerk may take affidavits I f
and issue Warrants ofarrest for any, violation of the President of Council. when necessary, and ,make reports to Council at least once bYNAMITESafety :
city ordinances.: Attest : J. M. GRAHAM, City Clerks each quarter, and to'report to the mayor any violation of !
.
''''l Sac/6. with the concept or'th Council Approved October 16,1896. > > ,the sanitary ordinances or regulations; j Fuse '
V appoint a Deputymay. to serve in his place when about T JNO. B. RhJLLY, Mayor. SEC. 7.: No,Committee of the City Cot neil, nor any ,
to be absent officer of the city, shall have power or authoriry to make .
from
for
: duty more than one day, or more 1 ;
than ode meeting of the Council. Such deputy shall be ARTICLE VIII.; any contract. whereby any such committee or officer shall Explosive Caps -
create any debt against this city, or for which this city
. duly sworn and the Clerk shall be responsible his acts' Physician '.. :
u such Duties of City shall be liable, unless such committee or officer shall have
: deputy. "
: SEc.J.: It is the duty of the Clerk of the City to SECTION i. Be it ordained b'f the Cou cil of the City _been, prior to contracting any sucR debt, duly and fully EloctricExplodors$ f fA
,:. receive, record and index the facts 'of.Miami, that the City Physician shall'{receive such compensation authorized and empowered by the Council to create such ,
. births and deaths, following and.concerning; as may be fixed by the Council;; the amount of debt. Provided, That the I Committee on Police and -_"_- ._....._....-: 1, .. .1
{separately numbering\ ,recording. ,
r the same,in,the order, in ,which he receives; t.bem. desig1natingjn said compensation shall be determined eac i year prior to Charities' ,.,and the Committee on Streets, aDd the Committee 'C. B.'IITH, : J
his election by the Council. on Sanitation, may expend 'money or create indebt- I .
columns follows In -
i separate as : ;:the.record oft
births-the:date of-birth.the- place of birth, the name of' SEC. 2. The City'-Physician snail have ass; office and edness against the; city for the relief of proper cases of State Agt: .let 'a Powder Co. j ,

; child (if it has any), the sex and color of the ,child, and residence in the City of Miami, and it-shall r be his duty to charity,, or for necessary street sanitation '''purposes, f JACKS<)NVILLE.FLADeafen ; -4 *
the attend all him the where it is not practicable for such objects' or purposesto 28a..28Dm.'. .
date of the record. In the record of deaths-the to cases referred 4o by L Committee : \ .
date of death the name of the deceased, the sex, tbe. Police and Charities, including medical and surgical cases, .wait.'theform..laction; of the Council ; hut in no such
. color the 1 obstetrics venereal diseases and diseases. cases shall any committee expend money or incur indebtedness -
disease
or cause of death, the place of burial, any epidemic
r and the date of record. The Committee on Charities shall have supervision of the to exceed in'any month *than fif' y dollars. .'THE JOHNSON LA OIPANY[

Sac ii., The Clerk shall open the registration books City Passed October 15, 1896. J j_

at such time as may be prescribed byordinance, at least ," Physician.SEC.3./ City Physician shall make monthly I FREDK.S.President.. .,b ORSE; 11kirical 4'
thirty days:before any annual election, or any special ports to the Council, at its first regular monthly meeting. f 0 Council., t-
election:, for the registering of voters, aqd shall keep the of all cases treated or visited by him, and of death certificates Attest :-J. M. GRAHAM* City Clerk.Approved ..." and .
same open until such.time as shall be prescribed by ordinance signed i ,by him, with suggestions.as Ito. the general October 16,1896. ".. : iladuoery) Sup
for their being cloaed. r : ': sanitary condition of the city. JOHN B., KXtL' Y, M-ayor., ?'", :

Sic. u. The Clerk of the City of Miami shall recqve -. I Passed Oct. 15, 1B96- -'Llabnua. and Power PUatt IinUlkd.' .. .

as compensation for his, services, the, sum of two FREDK.. S. MORSE, ARTICLE XII. '1 ,I .'....Arautitet. aewoaodEtt. -

V hundred, dollars annually payable monthly,and shall pay President of.Council ., ** saleiruom o.lj teed jFonrUi Street.WWeiHHue.sas .
-"_ Oyer: to the City Treasurer aU feet collgcted .by him, ex. Attest: J. M- GRAHAM, City Clerk. 1 1fir 1. ,: Voters,and Registration: '-1Jkopalr shop aDd JUU M ;
ccpt a fee or twenty-five feat, to be charged by him fort Approved October 16, 1896.1 : SECTION i. Be it ordained by the Council the Cityof

{t- issuing each business or occupation license and each, JNO.. B.' REILLV I + Mayor.:". Miami that no person' shall be allowed to vote at any
; license for dogs and days.L ';. I l: annual or 'special election unless.such person shallbe a\, .t .F, U,BISHOP.Ja. MaaaoaaLsiepti .
__-Passed October, 15, 196. ARTICLE IX. I to Dee H-LL
;? OJ male who has attained the age of twenty-one years,hall UoolickUiD 9uae.FIurida.
FREDK. S. MORSE, Duties.of city ..4110"9'.1 .- be a citizen of the United States .and shall' have residedpaid 'e I
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President of Council. and had his domicile, home and place of permanent abodein II '
SECTION Be it ordained the CognciI'of
1'- i. by | City.
) Attest : J. M. GRAHAM, City' Clerk. and in this six ; >t Limber tad Co.
: Miami that it shall' be the of the Solicitor this State one year city moths inimedi IiMfwtirlaj; > >
duty City to ;
:t" t Approved October 16,1 1896. .ately preceding said 'election, and shall '!dulyregistered "-4 ...
attend to such legal business as may be required of him in
''Jl JOHN B. RXILLV, Mayor. favor of ',aid city.of Miami, and give counsel in all cases with the city clerk, and shall. have his polltax \ --Manu1aeture it-r .

referred him the officers of said as required bv law' for State elections+ Provided, ,
r ARTILE VI.Dtttieiof to by city Relative to their
,{ duties. .1 1 i iSKC. I That no person under guardianship,convicted insane, convicted CYPRESS and YEL LOW PINE
City Treasurer. .- 2. The City Solicitor shall 3tterid'any regular of a felony, nor any person of bribery, '
SECTION Be Ordained the Council perjury or larceny, or of ,any infamous crim ,:or of being (
"s i. it by of the meeting of the City Council l, when requested to do so bythePresident .' FU KRI XO.suave catuM, '
.+,. .. City of Miami, that the City Treasurer'! shall keep his oz the Council the Mayor1of] the city.SKC. interested in any bet or wager, the result of which. shall 'MOCWINae.Etc.
:, office at some convenient place in said city to:be publicly .3. The.Solicitor shall not'be absent from the city depend upon any election; or of fighting > duel", or of t ,

s' designated.. He shall receive as full compensation for his' more than one month at.any one time without previously sending or knowingly carrying or accepting a challenge. Car,Site* ud Rook iJ BIX Sbob.> ,
service a salary of fifty dollars a year,payable quarterly* obtaininc'leave of absence-from the Coun :il. -Provide to fight,a duel or being a second to either patty to a duel, t I
j.. and shall giver bond in..a sum to, be fixed by the, City That said Solicitor may arrange with the Council ''to and not restored to civil rights shall be qualified to vote at Ihepl1dec11IF. Jacksoirville Florida.I -
:
Council conditioned on the faithful performance of his supply his place as such solicitor while so absent. any such election. J{ \\I ,
and ( all books The Solicitor shall SEC. 2. It 'shall be the-duty of the (rCit ,Council of !I
duties properly accounting for money, : SKC. 4. City act for the city in no' ,
: or property of the city that come in to,'his! possession matter of business in connection with,.or In reference to, Miami to hold a meeting on the first Mondar$ in October When in Jacksonville
r his of office. business of each year to examine andsrevise the list'Gf registeredvoters ,
; during tei m any corporation or partnership or organization
-" 1 SKC. !. In addition to the regular,bond, of the City for which or wherein he is agent or solicitor attorney, of the City of Miami, and erase therefrom the., STOP ATT I! E
: Treasurer and at any time during his*term, when it or is pecuniarily interested; but in such event the Council names of such ,as may' have died or have:, r removed from

{ shall seem necessary or prudent the Council may require shall select some attorney to act for or to id vise the city., said city or who are otherwise disqualified' to,'"'ate. Such' ;

,:;: of the Treasurer additional security upon his bond: The SKC. 5. The City Solicitor shall. receive for his services examination and revision shall be completed as lOOn ill River View' 0001''
.' Council may also require at any time a special bold for such reasonable compensation for any' services he may practicable, and immediately thereafter the City Council, '
",' such amouni'and with such'security as shall be sufficientto be called upon to render ok may be agreed' upon betweenthe shall cause to be published for one insertion in a newspaper -' .."
cover any liabtliry of such officer for so much of- the council l and himself. I' in said city a list of all registered 'vofers'as: they

city's funds as may come into his hands'from the proceeds Passed Oct.15,1896., appear after 'such revision, and they. 'shall Uo publish 'Riverside Avenue ear Bay 't
of bonds sold,.or from any other than the.usual FREDK. S., MORSE, below, or(following said .fist, a list of all the I names they
' sources of city revenue and in excess thereof Such President of Council. may have erased 'or stricken from said I list, and the,,list of Street. .[ ,

special bond shall recite the purpose for which it is Attest J. M. GRAHAM, City CIe, k. 'names so stricken shall' be alphabetically;arra ged. ,Any ,ODe of.tfa. Nesr'et Hotels the QI7 to .
_ given, and shall be conditioned<< in accordance therewith.: Approved.Oct. 16., 1896 ." person whose name may have been improper erased or tit* Uaiou Dep- '
:' Sxc. 3The Treasurer shall keep an.account with eo JNO. B. .Ran .LV, Mayor. stricken: << from the list of registered voter, miy have;the I'
:
each separate fund, provided for in the tax levy for the ,same restored upon making the fact that it wai improperlystruck Rlfae* A'nwricao tt to !t360 p.r day
to the satisfaction of Council al its ItaiC}, Earbpeaa. Boon i SUe, 71st, g1
,: ,and shall keep an accurate account! ( all moneys, ARTICLE X. appear ,regular I ,
year : '
".; received by him and all moneys disbursed. He shall Duties of City Surveyor. meeting on the third Thursday in October. t R.
; Blxley kSon
s SEC. The City Clerk shall theregistrationlook : ,
thereof to the Council at its first 3. open t .
,make monthly reports
,SECTION i. Be it ordained by the Council of the Cityof in in \\1
V- in each month on the first Monday September each year, and '
f' regular meeting and 'canc lIed. and lift accompanied thereof whick by, warrants Miami, that the Surveyor for the City of Miami shall keep the same open until the end of said month, at least laU PROP"IETOR8.
paid a report -
:{ shall ,be filed with the Clerk on the each -perform such duties as may be required of him by said two hours in each day (Sundays excepted), and'all day on .
- fint'drf Council 'the ordinane.s. He shall be! entitled to and the last which'uid books for the "
' At the last each day on are open purposeof Benj. W. Je ;
meeting
month. regular: ; rme
receive such be fixed
make to that date. compensation as may by ordinance registering those who are qualified to register; and he isheieby ,
be shall a supplementary report
year or otherwise, the Council. f '
by J : empowered and administer
required to all'pcrsons' -
J He' shall give to the City to him Collector and to ether for ity,each of6. Sac: 2. ,It>shall be ,the duty of the; City-Surveyor, ; who may desire to register, an oath, that they'are SoUBprs4oUliT'trftbI r L W. Codfor ;
duplicate receipts
dais making payment under direction of Council to. and the saw of ua.
City survey, lay out qualified to register and vote according the-provisions of
'
that such official shall-file of
-: of said payments so one .11 ,
; with the Clerk and give the grade of'streets and sidewalks, and inclination Section i of this ordinance; and no-person shal be allowed.
mold "
't City J
'such receipts one as a '
and shape of drainage for the- city and the forms and 'such .
oath.
to register" without taking GasoliiM.Mario y .
r '-. voucher for sucbfjpayment.shall dimensions necessary to culverts and the {thickness and Passed Oct. 20,' 1896. GLOBE andBuiioaary ENGIN :
Treasurer
The .
i. Sxc. payout no money except .
-4. strength to all walls that'are to be filled in with .. FRANK .
necessary T.
.
him the Clerk and BUDGE, ,: I '
?' on a warrant driwi against by City '
earth and perform_such other duties in bin line of business "'' -
: ; '
lean;
.
= properly countersigned by the President of the Council "pre.idenI'. j 1atb.,State of : [
., .
as be required the Council
by street
may or com M. GRAHAM Clerk.
Attest: J., City FlorWa'y
; "'" with the teal. of the city attachad: thereto. He stallr mittee.P&sed. i '
properly.cancel l all warrants when paM ,For all warrants Oct._ 15 '1896.. I Approved Oct.:"21, 1896.. RKiLLY1 Every Etaiae; del will tx !Mt ap aada ;.
> B.
JNO. Mayor. .
Treasurer'be shall take and
s--:: turned over tuthe .... FREDK. S. MORSE, i parcbawr iuffuded i ran- .
: ... preserve the receipt of the Clerk. President of Council. outg and care
: SKC. He shall record of'the fact of.the :
5. keep a refusal A GRAHAM, City Clerk. ARTICLE, XIII. -
to pZdnonpayment of any warrant presented Approved: Oct. 16, 1596. i tg/'Catalotues and priors oa sppuoatMO..

.. to him, of such,warrant by whom Jso. B. RKIIXY Mayor. Elections.SECTION .. I"' BENJ. JtROME.I.I. ..
; W.
; presented,'date when presented and reason for non:pay. I. Be' it ordained by' the ''Council of :the '

Y meat, and_if requested shall endorse on such'.warrant. the ARTICLE XI. I ." City of Miami, Florida, and it i is hereby -ordained, that Lily 17.'ae t1ait, 1 JBranUy, Ftaj! .

,fact of>json-payment and reason therefor. an annual election of officers shall be held on* the fourth : .
'" 'Passed October. ,I>r ,:IILJ..:. -.. Standing Committees and Tkeir, Duties: Monday of October in each year, at which the following WIII' MCGRIFF :
:v ; dLald
:i',* *, f FREDK. s.:MORSE, SECTION i. Be it ordained by,the, Council of the.City officers, dull .be elected to-wit : One Mayor!f one Mar. ; ,
,-' ;?' '- President- CiC uudl; pI" Miami, that the President of the Council shall, at its shal, who shall also be Collector of Taxes'one; Clerk, t .
: 4. Atte tJ.JL GiAiwt,CIty Clerl u f : I' I .tiltt after each annual elect President -
t meeting election a who shall also, be. Assessor 'of Taxes and, :Treasurer; all II 51'
7i It"" Approved. October. .- >16< ,. 1896. *. I I .bo. shall' appoint the following;'! standing committees for the term ,or one year-, and until their successors 1 !tare Fr alterE
: 1' ". > ;Jlta. ; RittLtrt"Mayorrti of three members each : i iJ duly qualified ;' and on the fourth Monday of 'October : to : :
.: :! J. t f J ": ,
\C.i <:-,!" ; j' Ilr ... '', "J1 l{E: "Pi...,,". ; 1897, and every two years thereafter,*for,fourAldermen;; !'LA. ,. 'r
: Committeeon Streets end .l_ '
rnJetII ts.'i and on the fourth of and .
Monday October 1898 .
,
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every ': ; '.'i..f/ ..d'CiIYfTIIJU: : \ JP. 3.C..m.. on RI U."II"OnfilUllUU. l\ three years thereafter: threeAldermen i for the'term of n '<<, ,.'
r 9:. ::? >je .. Be- it!ordaindby'he! pitC.ancil l of 4. Cottrarltt jut fieisatd. art Protection.f : two years, each. Uouu. :'a efcesffaUygirf* laid ,cos.j,
':M1a Miami shall Sax 1/.1ioar. t "s tract* pnmptrjr ezacotad., :B.IfD &o1IwaJl
Taxes of C.x
of
; : .lI.lthat; the City:Collector .. COjrnxuxD KEXT wxxxj y n'aolrOLxa. 1.34yhI
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firs thai w fcUowlarBASMd old French .ucripaarht9Mf at Pahsaa4fro Charleston 8. (J., in al",**cbonu.r with trtr e.t4I... Wp ..r... ....;. .<.... > .
a csrjro of building otateriil farming iaplemeuU. I"nrt i'r.ige 1 WID .... .... .._ ,
atttler kat heed BOtfee Of kit iaUatloe.teaMsata bUssitsp4arssoiDaof;; tboaofoilosd Lr New tiN,"*. i tap wMpln .. :.. ,.. "
".pBectof alselala.aad .o riCl.bo closely proviiinna etc. Tbey arrived Lr TlloifilU. ... > ..a.. :... ...._
p + fast said proof win to made btfort J.W.Xwaa.V. .posi tb4 fuotatsps of Pone Ds Lou Sifely at Miami iiidn* lime and a corofortabU Lv (AML. 1 31 p Hi ... ..:_.. ..., a'"
ttoits4BisosyB4>&y and lauded at tile homo and aUe quarters were Lw awtt.n1eh'i. 3" It" ... ....... ..... .
,
tv OaalaltBtr I.T K.. ..
: atJCAteaaol l iOrpva\ U llu 4 ... ._
c't n*,ea OetJ;MM. rut; JaatpiVJ.T MtAiaster ottathyoftUM' iMismi rivsr ov efCoooeastOrevs.ru aoaptttad for banded.yhtrs sea sad tba a v.ry.lsrg. did not reotivtt prn.r| attention wyunog s LY Boosl.}." t &t p :_ ,';
11JIN. ladiaa town vzuiUd bore st & tim' Eoglishtheowner.Lentmoot of bu tim LY hebaiua.. 467pluS3Sp .. *.. ... ? .

,, lr Mr : ,84 tbs.arts of our present city wa. th- in Keel Weat -it h I.i. uocl.,j Col. Kitzputfick Lr Lr Kurt Iden 1-Wn-r:....,..,... .m m !.. :.. also lies ...:...

ii assdqosnsrs of a gnat obif w bs rai.d with wuota be was asaociiU-d in SAFETY COMFORT 1 QUICK TIME !II! LOW RATES I Lr Ji>.o. .. 7p ..... & *la .,... *
He aaaMS tae foUowtag wka.w.e p prove aU of what w BOW .Booth Florid i. Wo siiippiuff and c tua>'rt i i..1 l euurpri- LVWJupiter. T90p BI ,.. 517. .. ._ ,
rli ttrsrnrpitai rttlrtiart .JIM sail mlTltitlfif Cuisine roTranaftrBetweemJaekaLtineanNewYork.Th. Lr Kivicia. 7 ta p.B. ... _.. .
They weft odvebluruuimodspouiatirespirits. Finest .t
tbat we eaaaot st this lime and
regret Service. .
give LrWrlLrLJoiim Beach J Si p ... s :. ... ,.
.; .. asld laad.vb:lama J. Kallr;of CoeoaaafOsove tbs deUQs of iavostigsUoos msdo by They w., among the first to rt ...... atp ...11.. .,.. .
TU, G..;.|O .i.l;.Caeo.aat ,OoQat Dt .. bat bop at OOH brings steaoihoat ,.into ontberu waters .d I.ron|>o 4 ol Ibo following Handsome New ted XUaiatra: Lr Yt Lead.Mat a a"y M .... I.y ..... _
Orwv.,., JaawirJa' of CootaaateKifieOet. and U sunk fir-t Comancbe (Dew) ii Lr Lien n tJf,. L8 a P Mt i.u p .... e.'1"
c Greft.11a future flies to prom our readers with was on its trip up lb. .i oqnlo, i Iroquois o Cherokee, i Semloole. .Ar Ii.aiL.... IU3UU M _".. I *.!.. ..._.. f.,
> c rleW.iicwu (: -
*is ( a tarr.M& sn bistoOsaJJartlcU. his pen which .liatUbochetirirerin. VIII by running i
.
; V. t f wiU aadoabtedly prors biffuly inUrestiog. against ".11'. W' know but very hills I NORTH-BOUND. NORTH 8( UNO. s

.. J.X.aUao*.Batfate*. - of William F. Eogliab from 1H47 to IM0 J lies- .1'r : F
I Steamers appointed tn call aceordlB*to tb ... bUT10Na.7y.. It takb. n.LY .
l Coming down to the preset century, but toward eM ekes of the year From Uckirtarllle, FU., (ullIu(.ICbarl"'II'" nuad.ylrur.dareandTbsr.dsyt. -
NOTICE.'I utter From Cb.rl". 8 Mari SOOa MMa = Tft ... .'
tAu. C
.. find bin \ajlh his nude inj : 4 MoadariJ Wailaisdaft and a-
..iu Vridar
gin few atstotioal facts. Aa i
,VOUMa D.MMUMMU C MptroU r *f tha a fur Bwun of Mlliuc aee -Clydt Un.Scbadule.or Jaektoarill CbaiUu dour Lr I.e_wa CUf I M ..... a a ;. .. .r
far back.as February. 1808. the 8pani phia negotiating lot the imrcbaaH of Ibe awls paper Lr >t udero.k 5 67 a a .=.. 7s4a .... ..-,
Ieaklag A., (Ooramaoat grsau l"a tract ol 1W acroSoa steamer "Oommodore SUickton." Th SOUTH-BOUND. Lr Lima*.... *- s M ... ..a f.... .4.

I N. e.lMI...$sat 1/e'Xar Ibo north ai io of tUB eafv. H_ gold excitement had broken out in ".IM'. stesa.ers are.p C lat41cl to sail frolll Pier 7Y. EaitlUvtr.calllac New Tor .it tullowi L.W..plLt-r.Lr W halm bVark.. 7. .1... .. ....._..1 11 It .. ......... ...:

il DM;Cote (BOW tbs M>aaa rivv) Doer Capt 'Fjoito foruia'the seer before and ttfy} wanted YDrJ Tat('bak.loas.e.cltlMlbYUI.. J1... "oae., L4'edne.d.pssndFrl.taya Lr ....... .. .taMa. '... a sup imp .... .J
IIIcIw 1M Mrt" fterUaStaU Joan EfNa* is cvidMesaoVtiasivsoUlsdl to boy a alraoier to carry a calgo of pana.gw ; ( at CbarUOuui. Monday.WedsedaysaidEridaya. Lvk4er ,<4a i i4Ua '..". 1Ie I' ..._
i.,'.". ahpbe his- .grsuT'mind .) and treigbt'to Onlirornla. Fabulous Lr Fort Pierce. N .... a.'p .... ; ..
Lr I .. .. .
!ha liauI 10 its ._
is 1M-u.4 lib bT W ).utt.E laws 01 for a time eultivated a portioc of it.' AftarPlooda.waa prices wer twing cT( rt.dj j for dour CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.tE Lr Ik.eet wd._...' U 44 a... :.... .....
01 ITorU*. before aeanarelti 1M odsd to the United was selling for t:)O a barr,4 ioMiiu; Fran L' ....",". +11 a a i ._., .... _...
( bura.e.abaaktagpa111Nt.Nitaw.1a Stats A4 eiaco. They started wiih tlUir ( BARY LINE I* k..U.IIk.. l l13aa ...... ....., ..... .
t was tststd grantiu all cargo
.
L'lfw..b.l. i* ... .... ....
ody Tait La a.y NIdoa t171, at t.Lvi..d aotaal eattUrs who would locate upon too from PLilauelpbiit in 131 nndx maiisited Jacksonville Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise') Fla and 'Intermediate Lr c ewaLr it ue Up p .._. ......_ _.._

r eta 01 FIerI4a. W wld .- lends sUb territory or who were located to get safely around Gape H' rD.1/ut were Landings on the St. John .'Ttt."UIe..... .* <*p ...._, ........ ._.w s
F ttoarto lie, korlM4 ta co..Bfta a ft.. of the land a tract of 640 acre compelled to put into a liexiean port : Rifer.teampr New MmrraaLr Chip .. .. .. ..... jJ
upon any .
.
'fort Oraugc.Lr .. : zt p ..... ....... ... '
eel bi.ktag besiege ,oa OODd,bet tbs y Poold reside pop wfaeo only a few days' sail fromSanFraucianu Evera1ac1e. tu>ua. tajy ..... ...... ...
piss wub s eapa.. Hi-1 .1 0sWvss its a OKtlia'1it kttl WO..r4IIkJ il and tb* steamer waacoud"rno- Lr OnuoadLr ... t U. ..... ...... ::.._.
against the Indian and comply with cer.eosditioo& fId and conUscat for an 4ll gwl| viola 'CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW 1' tm i f.l Ua.. 4 "pf>III ... ...... ....

i ril.a/aadnal.to6o.. WI lion of law. FtrniiuJo LiMor*.no, who Leaves Jackwuirllla,from foot of Laura'rM& at t p. u.Tueadsrss d 8aturdari,1for Ktatka.Jwbu Ar Man M.tee.".. :.r .. .. ...... ..wLraSN .
.
tiaulord, out M.I... JIA. ,,_ .,. '
au- \ KutcrprlM loMrmadUta laadlD
'FJ | on the wart JUrar.
eM rstl day M A.gtM,A. 1 is still <
$ Pensacol Florida
I living at
D.f ,
** was
*!%$ *+ . .... ,...
__ L.IV__ *Sin ford&a. m.and )D&erprl..S:311 a.m. Moa4a,1 sad Tbiirt4a Ac .1.111. 4 t. .
(lULl] w.DJ Jl4zlJAa, one of the this II ys for lacktoarUla.Pauenger :
oJoba
settled on voyagers ea trip. *was Lr falalka... .. 4 Ml.haft .... .. ....r. .
AOL.fa 0eL e. CoaJl Bl.osyn.9.y, sad after complying with lIMo a young m..D und confidential clerk \G.oera7 Aret-AugtiM7r lop taS ..._ ... t
_Ja arsasatsd his claim to the United8fatw of.'. Fitzpatrick. He acted Jaa purser and Tide/ Office, W4 Bay Stre t, J ek ""ille. Lr 8t Aofii'tin. 6 iS 7 ..... ..., .

D'.otWtl'1''.MlTtd isamissiooors st St. Augustine 00 the Commodore htockcoo Be told, J. I u '= Ar.I_"..hu...nil.... _i .pjra 6Um................ :
A.
IB Cofity 'Ceutr'J1o. for 640 sores of land on the north side of the writer in an interview about a year I I LESLIE." a."NO" L'HOWARD. F. f. A. F.M; IRONMONGER; Ja,F. P..A.j r-- A.---A-W. n"BRANCH.------

*. thai Mm tt river.. Thai claim waa an. awn that atone time on the vobaare- I 3acXtbsY1lLt .
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..1..1M f Kcaart JlaUef"itr.ce tile,alms warOnttMs, pcuvsd by tba commitsiooora snd 'cooirmed lam F, Engluh,also a young can, told T. o: sttER,T. it' A. j. oote. o. p 1'J CLYDE. A. T. M. :. NORTH I-I OUNQ.-s8TAT10 -- .---.
Ii by sot of Coagtess .oa 'Fsbrusry him that be pas "going to make a million !, ftX > a"LIW. 01155. PIN YOaL -. 19. lio.t 'Na a No '

Tn A.g..xk' ..D. Mobt,' ;,18i7aA2sbown'btU A1 American Stats'OntUsoalb dollars, tbs mines aid comeback| and Vr M. P. & co: Cn'l AgenIt t a. Ar.1YTu. .

Xdaaadf.aw .JI"; CU..aL xoy .k-r Qol 4. build a city at Miami" So it seems that 5 Bowling <3re B,Naw York City.CLYDE. So..Del. Ate. rhlladalphU17 IfI A'Lake u. d. It& 6U.air h to t a .'P ::-...-..1"
A....sod Mary lilts aad all otkotm side of the rivsr Bebeocs tbo great developer of the East[! Coast is I "r Or.". Cur. I! 311 a p. 3hto ..y...

tattrtort la the ettau of.Bobsn )roes Egsa aeqairad till to 040 aoraa in the not the first man.who conceived' the idea City _e Ii I'. a 3Up ... ;; -

Mf&wras KsaTat...ea..d.YN .1DaImer. sad adjoining bar claim on of spending j jA SOUTH NQ A:. .

ate I l&M..ok 01 roe ct&e4.-to a"1 the nath Polly Lewis secured another MILLION DOLLARS Af MiiUt. STATIOS& No. Ifo.I. -
..W1 Cosn.s)Dad.Gouty tract of 660 sorts.aad adjoining barr OD .Young English ws never permittedto .4k Southern 1.. INo.lo.

non m,.W nv.atk day d Deesab.r.A.D. tb*oath''Joaatbaa Lewis acquired a do carry out intention but accident- L"r New em" rub I'5t '1Ua1._..... wMj
Lake Heka. I At .. ..
IM.s r show cuss,U hat yN 1Ie"eM satins M WO son, wbicn ombraoos tbs ally shut himself while dismounting L.0... t..I1'_ I' 1''lh'tt.l I'.'..' -- ;

..wW.gw: .8oM ,'..$ozrTM famous Punch Bowl tract. All three of from a bone at iras* talky California w : 4rO.'I" JUlie.. 106 ra. ...... fo.-.... Y
_
the** trsos, which embrace 040- sores in 1855 and died Ra1way _--- '
sM.id aaI 1M itd>edaN a prob.r inlit. tll. A .. .
,ad wir kntn.MatalstrdN.ko.l4sd ssoh with aa aggregate froatag of three faithful old negro who liful'I followedhim I 1'bue n..TaW..t w iAo lira a& whkk '
be
trains may .Ipe.ie4 W .rrl' ud depart
.. ldM a 111-to Ma1 nils of bsy front ie with the exception of to the mines as ,body'' Wrant, buried IroN the.everal .CaU.. but &hir arrtrator
tstertaostataefl.=.._% i taw'boh' which bare boon disposed him and carried the sad news to ABSOLUTELY THE SHQBTESTEOUTE. departure .lies time. strd I&ItuC C".Uf4oed.' y
of +1. owood Biickall.To DOl II.the l'.a' m34 calf '1anl.
i by Mary his mother at Columbia. r
Tress,MM OM&I skis JSttr day of for .
iame. asy dell, r .r, ke.ecyrruees irking
D.J& Eau tract of 640 acres, onto From 1S& to ItfOU the English. plantations Ule..lrom. J i. IUI41ClK.
IMalaLsrt. !! A 2A1L" atsaa,. : *north aide of tborirsr being about a at Miami were lielS'I let.I. On THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING''' ,1 Paewrytr .

&Mlldo mil are with that amount of frontage .November 80th, of the latter }
.Co.at7 Jog sad Jsdgo I'roM&e pear
i ontbsBsyaswaUaa. lb. Miami rust,, CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES
asset naaalb ;
: f DK. J. P I f
was owned by Mrs.Jolis D. Tattle priorto FioridaCeutralPENINSU
[tall _. tb*laying oat of UM city last, spiiug.Abooi now a resident of Key .Week' bought VESTIBULED TRAINS: f The .
aoa,&. MACuLUir4Woss.bkpt BWW EtfBtja and Jonftthsa th 4>10 acres ua the north hide of the
111 r lip rl ANars.yt.t tti&Msier. Miami river and fettled upon; I it with II "
sad
Polly Lewis ooavsyed all of tbeirboldiogatoR.B.Fiizpatikk.ag6ntieinan VOBTH SLID RAL II *
** Tf
out delay. His letters to Harriet English XOKTH 4 ITD WCSZ. t -
N otic*,of Carolina I from whom he msdij the purchase .' e R.
from Booth r
Columbia who bad
Xa Cbtstt Court of the seveatk Judicial CM taw SSir*. MTa =
located at West and aftenrsrdseoUwtotof shows that he was much pleased JI. !*
Key
.of Florida sad Jar Dad Couaty.k was *. U.S.
with Ha .. ,
the Dltre and befall td exneri-
E.en X..ck. 1SottetUkcrebyclrratkBl that port. Fiupsirick tookpjosttwion ment with all kinds of tropical All TraUa D U>. Ua'ld. last AU TrmlM Daujj n-we Shortest Liu Belt ud ill '
plants.He
of hf.li.i
erected build
the
pro .eety, .
ZAaa.1t .s eJ Lf tags, brought a Dumber of slaves from did not succeed as well ali;he anticipated F' Kzpr'a. Botthet P019 '

,l.Ateb. Booth Carodaa and his letters bee'arut inore and mia bet seen' -
.u4 sogagfdioytaecalUrsUab + 138 Uaruiuh aDd'
L. Only
I BMK sad by rirtMo of cottoa from more despondent and at the end of five Xok-rUK rXJ.4 -. 1 m .ilpm Lr.JackaooriUt.r.ai*f. S 4S pat SX> BA ,

( s4eerM foracloacra ud sate taaae4Mtef 1880tojSS7.Dnriog very bid rxieosirely time IW clear. years, or to. be exact, on. January 1, Lvltrtl.tt,..(1 II -...... alI1po irerlt.Ioartter..O s 1040 am 1 tile{

11eftaC1111IIUda1 he sold the LY..C1lIP......... .t.. W ftmth-ifi- .. TiT.. .1* pi* '
1874 .UMpmIVpn
ttedicptitCottrtof.UM .d aJ Host all of tb* Urge body pt ha J- property. to George .15. Atl.aa.- ... 4W an New Route to Ciacoati1guie
V OmittofIVrVaU ..lkrl B4ccrtate .oLty is a mock oa lobe Bay front.' xtondlng from M. Thew. Dr. Hams, however, left Lvai.mbs'a:..... a 00 am a.&t1J II pa IS-.

lies tkereta' pcMtac wkeren Heavy what is BOW tb* north line of tb* Guy of the property with regret.. He did n< t \r1'lL.Ir. tt_;8oatk's...... 190 I is sm ." QlldaaaU..I :.. IU ar .. .t '

]U44a Sti neplaJaaai aM Wok A.Metcalf, Misaii down blow the Pooh BowL Ha leave because.of a dislike pf the place Waakya.BoatA's. ...._. <43lIOOmU 110. LouUriUa, 8ouU.era .f > I'D TL

ud GIll I.X.-zr.kr kelttaas srt 4efc 4- out limes goavss aDd other but his efforts at agriculture were not ArBattliaor.*......... { tips .At.Ly.8int1.AllaaIL.tagbam.tion. ,,II.a.I ................ ) ( ll t'sr; i W udfoiriUe.T .
pm
I kaa UM tetowt day ot Koreaeer. S success and be
es was
hats to
taCItI Tb nnmomfia lime trees compelled ArPkue'pkiPLaL,...- .. 10 15 SU( amam M..f'I K Q K.t 8.:10: m pia ... ,
D.I_,die MMi.bang ante feywd tte4mUM M ia the Miami hammock abandon his beautiful home (UJ Bay .LbyKGJJ3L If I.> ::,:C.. 11 I *
.,a die.ua.far..I. Wg1. are all tile result of the original trees Bitca'ne and resume the practice ( f ..........imp. .. ...............t.'Ar..gk ... .....pia'. : ::::::.:, SQ.tg3x'nea t t3e.ary

.at aM knt blotter...beta lilt 4loar ot aUatad by Fitspstriok:; ia the thirtiee.la his profession at Key West. He predicted Uae NLyd at tk. ." Na.AHUallT tileepera J & till.to tioeia- k
tat Court BOOM of Da4aeouBtT,at Jano nor- 1884 the Ssminol war broke oat in however that this place Wouldone Skjr.I.T. viii bare.JacfeoUtUi*tf 6O p. m.

i Ida wttala UM ksl boors of bale ta* foUowta the oorthsn part I of'&be But sad .theIndiana day become a great winter resort .termniuiB JaeaxoBnUe.F.C-A P.'.............. 11 T5"roirUia. pm QUICK TIME TO ALL Everett, SaTsnaah.Aiigwts\ Ga, Ca.lpmbta *
'i dewrfbcd rwt a kwtei. Drfag sad beia on a'COontor its superb climate. J. N. pat Wuh J
rdrira ateadily outbward.Tbi OolmnUa & ........... lie toa, BattiinorSpi
: : Is IIIII ty "j PsI... .alt war was no.insignificant a afr. It Whither now of Lake City Florida, ** Spartaaborc. ** ....;... 11 4S amPOINTSINAMED., *
Urn (M)red aorta of tat aootlnreat eerier crf cost our, government 'forty millions. came down to the Bay In' December, .Lv.lor..A 4K. ., : c.&T*> ... 2W 2 q pa'U | PUladelpJua.aso.toa we.

.A Jell bite(4).dloa'. IAtn t>) .ln'Ia fanJ- dollars'and according to the army records 1873, and took possession of the property ........ I pIIIl 't .. j bait
; this(tI Boatk of nap forty-three (<*> o*. over 1,600 lives and was finally termioatedby si manager of Geo. M.;Thew and Ar.aQ. di 0........... 7U J ;Ircrctt VaciMC A tae 'CkatUaoofa :.4
#t mad raid,. isotk.atosgt GI taitreoheronsesj4areof tbo be- also continued to act as manager,and NaeavWe, ....IU..C&IM eastl sad tkaap...
Short train harm S"N for Bnuuwick a&; 0a. 11,.,," )umiagwm. Wulljrpbl .p M_ I
a. 4aUJ' a4I. m-
'I h..ee
I 'W..u,ftq hd t. tact rose o.c.pIa in 1843. It lasted seven agent, when Thew shortly afterward jBekaonrllM to CtaoUaatt.via AjktrilU Through.le.Pvi. -. ..Latin Kurk;.. -Uaty.SC LMM C.. ,
ackMMtrrdaatltttt IbtJ u.reds arwl et.' years. *|owards tbo ctoae of tbo war the old out to the Bl carne Bay Company, For full '. 't cu...:1 City, ifiM j
.&IIe.A&luCle.-at sob tlty4n.Op aeea.of operations was extended further a corporation. .Whittier finally turut'dO'er information, apply) to any Agent of thi*great Railway .'nr". M>a.PeaucoUU UoblU Hhtaua .. 0,.

t' ; UKXWV *OIM'..f' (lw'1beQ.aDog sad further sootha'olil to** Indiana were possession to \. W. Hicks, now System or its connections.Y. { lie.tu..l, T.u. M..*.CaUluivU U auU UM Pau- !. .

-. red,aaor.r ICM. to die pov,'fII ; drives into the Evrglsd FitspatiiokbadtOBMnebisBrgrDesto living at Bayonne, ,X. J. This Mr. _____ EFFECTIVE "FEB. 28. ..aDS.CI. .- 1

i t tilila' tart 1 abort toMstfeNl aO art ports ot bU two(s), order to retain u.. Ftoriia at that officer of the Bibcsyne Bay; C mpanl. Ota PBW.A Mt, 'GeL .. Trams If aaafor. .Are OM.. Paaa Aft dimClea L.re.J*.. .vil.iaeea.m.
vctioBlowtm(.a4***(<)of trctioaBttowBAUy tiM was a Dam of refag for numerous The public will remember jMr. Hicks WaaUaftoa,XX C Waahlnctoo.D.'a wa hlo1toa.IX C r Atlaata Qa 'nret" Cvrutai l ..
f t.ee \II ,tJ'4reetI MvU of runway slang trim Georgia sad& wa as the reverend getttlemaii who' acted 'W. D. ALLEV, I'J'IoricIa IlaIU.ore. PbIiw.IpbI.. Aa ;r.W.. Iwas..,
: nap brtyibss4"J ISr/DoM eaulJ.Fla' this tact sad .thi roastsat invstioe of spiritual adviser of (1 Iteau, the 'i I, clad aU t.n.. Aril At. J_ .oeva i.
s ..X.X.ZATLOX.pceal Florida by parties ia search of man who assassinated President! Gar- Pa.seaser AaeIiS. saw p. .. M. Au uMiB 7..plfe*. j
.4Jsal14 J ', renawuslaves Jttl Wart Bay ttitr.el JACr80KVIUJl FLA.' "' Nrw YUBK aUII... KxrMflMa. 38, here
field. Hicks soon became tred of his .
whleji ld tbs Seminole .. ,. .
op to, war. July 10th. 1806. iia. huffy 4eo Mu ties t.ar. .
:
SOaa GaAJu.II C a.yw.xowom,, AJIDKXT ACXSOK isolated I life and turned the'place over __,_ M.AU OIM 1 a. UM fur wise avrthets pu=ma" -
., ar. pant to a Mr. ixwelese, wuoee widow Is now Fstuasdru..Itouwiet MM IM lea 1 t
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0.47Mf i4.. was saxfeos for a pretext tn )invade Florida living at Green Cove Spring |din this '
and Aid so ia order to paoith the State. On the 6th day of Mart. h, 1877, confident that success would crown next, or eighteen months after'' the of bolt Middle lite riwriOa.throa 1'---t W..W.am, .. iao.coantry. Tr-

>. .'.& .. who ibdt d' tb* fagitiroSlavs Hon.J.' W. Ewau nowresiding at her efforts for the terminus, West date on which tlM. contract was"exe+ B.yk.vgJ.ckt.wtiiaLMu.a a..tU. '
*. Many ot the IM roM were glad Cocosnut Grove arrived au to east their lot with th* savages ratter session of the of pot-the from Miami. She felt if thy could only .I Mrs. Julia P. Tuttle .donated a tract rJaa as .
4 Contractor a )8 that rsouJo property agent' Mr. down and :of 100 acres out and out to Mr. .a4 UM &. .& MaxiriH Calitorataaad
Oiptir I Hsoo the boors Biscayne Bay Company at the requestof get Flagler to come Flag- tat faclM CM tiaa atoctiian.Ant r..
of asgroes which CoL Filspatridt bad Joseph H. Day, of Augusts ':Ga., his sets beautiful! Bay Bite.1ne. the could ler. This 'embraces the site ot the JtcI ei.vU.700 a. m. -
-*XDGive-- Dored from Colombia "do the ? She Royal Palm Hotel also' all the .land tM U
to work his plaDWielD uncle, who was then-president of the rest. was ready W fire. Z
.a bald .lft'iftPSBt home him a ruagnioVeot donation to which has been reserved for sid IAn. : :.s. Bu 1iarh..
B irt ; OO Biscayne Bay Company. ThU company aveure yard ...ether prlBr. Ocl. .1wg11e.
JJ'B1Pdf@, Ida a-uW1Ll trot of laud on Bsy Biatcya I shortly .afterward* sold I out to an extenlion of the road. Early in 1805 Jugs switbes, etr.,
wookl have beta glad of lbs chance Joseph H. Day a half interest and to Mr. Flagler visited the by, and was well as about all of the present business pepka,..Lacvovbce, < buy.Plaes.
US aycbance&s to seeps sad embrace th* savage but Messrs. Bailey and Ford the other bait I pleaed with It. appearance. Negotiation portion of the:>ity.. In abort this CUT.. Tan ML Arrlra-Jacbcr- :..a.:

to frs lit of ths Seminoles i while the latter 'interest.. These gentlemen all followed and on June 12th ISO,a tract of 100 acres takes all land south CltxrlanaU aid riorida ] ..Jack.aosvW.faiO .
gllreJOb11bufdtng would ban gladly welcomed aMID ss to i iJCilA conveyed contract was agreed upon which provided of 12th.street (the ,70 foot street I extending p. .5o114 V*. .. r.. ,

allies la their stmggU sgslost the United D. TCTTLK. that the railroad ws, to be extended from the bay front to a; line a Atlanta lltUe over CbaUa re Jk.ah.0 Caaa.ea.i..rdtliLoulsrlik. 'Iad. Macon {

L ,rW States., Hoe ,the 1MOeIII'1 'of ; to Miami and a magnificent 000 feet west of the centre of the main .Catrafw and all 'ant,
Biter aq: D. 1.? a.luar7 removal to lEer West.: After Mr. Day, however, reserving [a tractof hotel constructed and com Dieted within line of the railway% pUDg only w..s. Arrlr .."KmriU. .a&.it p.

, 13odge.l"t 01 Bae tho deiartan of Flranatriek and Ua n v twenty_ acre with Bay front which eighteen months.. This period will expire the IS acre tract reserved by Mrs. Tuttle lIeU tfprioffa.IUNU Sc Clt,.

gross bis plantation-was weed aa aaartora ne still'* owns L. known as tn< "Day on December 12th next, and our for a home.' tibe also donated to Cbieaco.M_. Atlaata.Lm BtrmlB JacktoarUM BAa.1M\Man\ p./prtuga a.. ;

e iI for. eompsay of?U.& troops and build- Tract. Mr. wan continued s agentof readers know bow well the contracthas Mr. Flagler' every alternate lot in the X..... pri fleld. Lau a CUft Lo8..
THEBISCAYNE BAC ootDnI' faig were*roud,jand the plea called the property until November U, been fulfilled. The railroad beganto MO acres she owned outside of the 100 Cklraxo Skrax ,'.,. Tfcr .=tI aLiI 4pan vtta-
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1801. Mrs. Julia D. "ickaiitu> CUyaad StJi
. when Tuttle arrived Los.,aad
i .PorD ia booor of Commodore operate to this point on April lath acre tract described above Mr. Flag oily oho ekan to Ckica o aaA ji /
: 1 -W9 91- Dallas who was ia oomma&d ot a fleet. to take possession of her property last and the Royal Palm Hotel will noduutt ler on his ta addition to Arnr JtektourUlalJO am, 1)I) CUyr
and be has resided upon this property pare .:.<"P..IIL-Lwvat lur TaUtkamiJ n6
*tstioBdia: 1M 0a1I. be completed by the time specified. I- extending i to Miami and tad tattrBMdtau -
\* until the present time, aud 'iuall probability potou. Arrive JatkwarUb*:43 p.a.
BAY .
building Royal Pain,Hotel, to provide ea6 .-for sad
WABeamtosaadarrr
u. niotw Pi japB iBMimadtAt L
; will continue to do for
so the
In 1868 Wm. B. Brickell and wife the city with;;water-works, pay I -iii. "a." 1..p.n. Am Jaen. .
Fin mflos sootn of MiaaJ.TasoUaatsas ., la &IJ-Ool remainder of her life riince her purchased the property of Harriet English for the survey of toe city and clearing vUM':> t.Yaw .. 0" { .
-< <- ) krnstiw Fftgpstriok who UdToivod in.soratd coming to tbe Bay she has been uu- on the south side of the river and the streets. Mseos &Iwo"aiDe. I-s... ,'

A on UM Bay. HaadtMrtofortasBkibsyasBsy I fln faslly oa aeeoaat ot th* war tlnngin her efforts to promote! its dvebpmen. (- came down here in 1872. They bare resided This brings our story of Miami up 'ea.UIe PaU.ea eWep 5:11 L n a._a.d all atebIiitatas.. .

Taokt his plaatalioa at tb*aorta Possessed of ,Ian ample upon their beautiful place ever to the time the city was launched. W"'AMII4 tot.Meet iMezad T...* Jlap of
01 u. K1amI tire bill ... Harriot, so 'l
ao income her valuable
from improved since. When Mr. Flagler became .interested The railroad arrived here on April 19th A.ce.i14 t4t4N. LL-
English a widow, of Oplanbia; 8o thfsrotJami properties in.Cleveland, OuJo.she| hasbeen in last. We will "
the bay country they too relate what has occurred 8. TWe.
1 ( 8n This oonmd ia Fsbroary. enabled to spend large suns of PENN4N
were generous in firing bin...encour since then and give!our ideas as to theproepecte .
J U 1841,and we lad trop the Ke y. Wes money in improving .beautiful Fort
I. Bstas fUO Ps'titj aad Upward.Spsdsl .- Deed Boeords that oa May 2U 1SU beoavydallot Dallas. Shortly after pier arrival here agement. Th.y agreed to have a tract future, .of. Miami another
of 400 acres on the south side subdivided article. I.
... 'Bats by."tbs Week.j I e llI sow &be City'of Mr. Flagler began tn.extend bis railroad into Iou and blocks and to donate J. ZumJ alt

; I Yilml4.u as .u or u.BlicksUpropU south to Kockledge, i>n Indian alternate lot in ''liid.401). acre ,,

c&j ; arty Ida (not ot laad at..Nsw. .Hiror, Riser,aid Mrs. Tuttle endeavored to every tract to Henry M. Flagler in consideration The MiTBoroiJS for a'year soars royal Deah
: kaova si taFraaki* Lewis ( interest him in this section with I N
tINs paiot silk inquest, would be
1 hash of the extentioo of the tidy a DIOO
o cQoo.1Rr9oYL t. WI DspblKWllliso F, result that J. E.* Ingraluin. Esq., was Florida East Coast Railway to. MiaoU .pewit; to seed to'a fnond. They wouldelrt.isr FJU NI: Tq *
ginUasi. wajjas i Jaftanad by old sent, down to examine the: reaoursos ARE
.I'tbS yi construction of a bridge across the pprsciat;!tbs soaronir whieh
;. .ro 1.1.10oo I of Kay WII&4 osd lap 10 Miaati ,,aDd possibilities ,of this section. His river to connect their with would be..bIA&Uta1, orBssMot for any ..
1 i with a lot dabsies fa 18U u4 endeavor.edm property Ooeksry.Glass sod -
report was a glowing one. It was soon the north side. also parlor tM piper,.o interest them wars ;
FUgkr'was
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.. I = ptth* property|a order .n.W announced that the railroad would be ra this koctioa.'JI you do Bot ears to ia- "Beds Bedding;Cook Stove a Jr.
bltrwrvk dbb.Iadi.oawwet Us :extended to Palm Beach and buildingon to pay for toe surrey aDd elanD,the vast as aaeb ss; two dollars ia that o.Faraiabio O.u.ruJly

.to"t rn'r.. -' taraiMSut txwpsv. Tb*.letter the Royal Poinciana I was legon. ,' All of.hlr part' to i'per: 1.you esa send.the Mmorous. for way su, I GoodIdd1l'ere4. at Miaw. n. ,, .Id ,
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>1... .ltd.N' buff. -Then Mrs. Tuttle began'to feel formed on or before 'Deceabifcr'UCJa ,,1DODtM u4 a tidy baa. -TN u.J7.. < 'LJ :.n..tf. t-'fW.:
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!t:,, : i-4; .. --' ,make, room for ,our Wm'terStock we will sell all our Lawns; Dimities Nulls, Organdies! and! everything Summer Goods at ,AWAY!i-BELOW: co, r: 4'': : 'r '} I,



;f:,' ; XW': ?' 'h1.. male .W.li oom.znenoe :a.tohc:1ay: : October: 191h.: anc:1T-1:I : one : Woo" 11c! f' ".. 'L. rv

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o" +, 1t 1 M et aU.4wt will g Ubt.ny sisal. tour of Inspection throuarh the r.J. West, of Hampton, Iowa, arrived Quincy, FIs.. Oct. 8, '88.E. J :
: : "'--1., the..... *| aavtioa sad loft: Tuesday. U N bite, Miami, Dade Co., Fla. : '
f demoustratedthat Xodelo last Ileia
.' ., .J'ye tu..cked at a oor.....wretches aM post Royal Palm' yesterday ,at PKAK: LIXIMAT-This will be banded Shoes for Yourself .
wonderful roanI Is being made managing owner of po acres just west
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JUU Urn tat u""tMloal Mood.Isaccttaea'usatraafwUisia. to you by :Mr. R. E. McDonald, who ,
construction.In of odelo. He will ( IUJ a foree.of .
{ ;w DI.1IeIoI e< i Weal,subs a.sislaae.dll Mod. on will go to Miami. teacher In your i la
: ; ; the basement; portion,comprisingthe men at once and be.elDf' a portion public school. I most cordially commend 'Shoes for.Yonr Wife is. '

'! ;WM reeetrsd Croat UM West by.asa4. oftto billiard room and bar-room; It of the land and considerable ,
him to the citizens of the .
't!. :- Let, was that of the ditching and road building lie will ,
found a greater portion
Z Ddld munity as a gentleman of high e COlD-I ,
:'. wulaa.ow pals laud culti- Shoes for Children.-
carpenter work has been completedand put a portion, of the under ter, and competent aa a teacher. Your :
Ben! mr CMMdcBc* WE Uattt *r a moral that the masons ,had finished the nation )'a vegetables and;will alto plant
I Vwi.frKhl principal of the public school,last year
ornamental plastering and workmenwere out fifty acres In a gro;e of oranges, Largest Stock>< in South -Florida. 'The Quality Guar
t:!" if''wa .wu..u WJ sad tai i he gave entire satisfaction to patronsof is
... oawart 1 t .,f'W.I.U un,.... at work placing the plaster of lemons and grape fruit.' He baa associated the 'lC"hoolln this place, and we regret '. anteed. The Price is Beiow-Corapeiition. .
Mat BlTMHUtradadtotfo.' Paris mould work\ with him in the ;business men .
l <- that could not his services -
we secure
'",) 'it. Ysrl.ooa to HM il kut& made kMira all,..|M t. On the ground floor at the west end who are fully experienced in the culture in the same'' osltloD\ this year. A JOHN 'SEWELL &I\c\ *'
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1". sad'litht"by amsa4 did ahead t i we find the foundations for the enginesall of citrus fruits. \ ,
selection of
worthier
better
..: :Vkra.tot I Kvfi4..to tf.. term re.3d, completed. The carpenter work Is Mr. West will plant hisTrees twentytwo a man tl-tf-ifs ,Exclusiv ShoeStord..
< ,AWateraidr.WrsadWead. could not be made, and your county is ft'
t feet' plant
will six
nearly completed throughout the apart and rows
.. .'rbi11 fortunate! in the acquisition of so valuable .
Jar t.]b.v. 1
toted,ud.iMptr related ground or basement floor. The' four of pineapples between {each row) of -r .- -
happe/ed.s& ,1I'U... .... a w large boilers to supply the for trees. He Ii a pleasant gentleman '
power
.%*t r.*-j>MMd? shie then ant was"raised I acquaintances with my unqualified Indorsement. -
;:P'-' "'..J''fj a l4 the hotel are now on the. flat cart In the full of western enthusiasm and energy Yours, etc.. E. RJ1 s

Ter#_ .... aod.a'at Jeter**. freight yard and will soon be removed and will prove a decided' acquisitionto R. W._ WHIT DRESSEDLUMB
MW MVMW V
$ **.! oward ''atarched.; that I aUcht bsAjidaa4 to the hotel grounds. this section. I (
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',r v <. .ate"v Passing to the rotunda floor we find He was a fellow-pass ngrr with i us Democratic Rally. \\1-' .' : .

.: IMS tatk* treasures loaf lost; that the rough' plastering is completed on the way down on the train last'i Hon. George ',&ae". *x chief joatioa .. o '
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Wa abetoU,a bright flame. Iran UM midst ol of the Supreme Court'of. Florida and T INns.
t: as far west as tbe'cUDIDI' room, whichis Monday night, and a pleasant; companIon '
.rhkb
'o caw for the made until. began to touchon one.:of the presidential slctors on the _ '
k ;r:, .Mtet,watch lay ears did--*. ready plaster. The masons be we _
well advanced with T when be toldus Democratic ticket also Hon. W. L.
the
a are quite ornamental political topics. J
i .: ,Tarawa UM""Ya,, t-I ttoa went,and succeededatfeatta work of the first two east. sections that Illinois would gate a majorityof Palmer of Orlando and other .speaker \
; FLOORING CEILIN< : .
will addreas.tb public at grand Dmo- :
a
-: of the that
sane
... u TiMOSaaetftaiSAactonW'la fled; building on the rotunda 50,000 McKinley ands, no h
,? '\ Brth1ttcat'>|ached.sad quickly obtain door man would think of indulging in any cube rally in this city next Monday

: XmAojm taica Miitod MI atiad. On the find for Di bt. This will b* tb* last masting in '
'i upper floors we the hope in regard to Michigan: Bryan SIDING :LATH

.'*.I'f, a Ia ta* de4ha-l tliea wres ht and Bust eat plastering all finUbed on the east,two- we could stand it no long and left Miami doriar tbe present campaign and II-. \
w* trust a hug crowd will be in attendance ,
; IaIUJ Minot
r thirds of the main structure and the the smoking car on a plea :of headache .'
For Irea.stt.o toof aiddea tatn; _________
...: : AM ky labor...Mil I dboovei d rich OU. rough' plastering' commenced on the leaving him to discuss the -financial AND' SHINGLED

'. Which la Dept by,the craft with due cart.Havta upper floor of the last or. west section' question with Joseph A. Wcl, >onald for Cypress Tanks. '

and the north remainder of the to Mo-, We clip the following which 'ap ;
!i. wing. the distance ,
UM tar rrted,1 farther cMUrUedABM ?
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in rcoeent.'j.sue of the. Manu L-
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peared a !
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: ** rattaal Kal au to appear; The carpenters have large portionof delo. t v.

J.-, : Add M|4lrt.sad Kalcal I Mood ready to laW..T' the windows in place and a.eat | ,_-, T-j 1! facturerJs-sTecord, in regard to one of .A: Oozn-p1e'te'1ookN: .. ,

I' .. Xr aancaa IM 4M I fear. work hanging doors throughout the Testing the Liqtor Clause. Florida's flourishing enterprises: $ :D'dl '
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k 1 We d'" for this firm this. '
For the. widow distressed there a chord la my two east sections. In fact the carpenter place 'Dr" .
;"' bmaatU"'* work is nearly the It is reported that AI L St. Clair week for a period of two years.; I 'I .
completed
rJ.j on
,f. For tb.lnlsisad orpbaa I f eli first Abrams, Esq., an eminent|attorney of "Florida cypress, owing to its dura- i
section
ii- : .aid ay.word I aovM dra*Maintain' tut pan east Tavares, Fla., has be n retained by billity and lightness, is especially / al <
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t c. Which ths oary of Masoas revest The painters are following close Lesley it Beuaker to:test. the liquor adapted to building tanks, tubs and All orders promptly\ filled and delivered 1't. i

-/r1. 7 ::. '-'t'- Thus have I revealed fyet, wisely eoooMled) building.upon the The carpenters plumbers throughout are engaged the clause In the Miami deeds=|t Jf this re- vats It will, and, it when is stated used never for such decay.purposes An ,,, south i of. West Palm lJe cb.. .Car I&d:: Lo a"W "

:.; What UM.,....Sad acee &e4" well bow;' In port is correct.-It means -a fint-rlaas, extensive business the manufactureof r $ : 'Send: ice8 '' '
the Specialty
doing in
'i I 1 aai..of a hard _h.win Utthf ally wed plumbing the 181 red-hot fight ahead' Col. Abrams is si such tanks is established at Palatka, \ : r JO t 'IA :

JU a brother wherever I gr.il I private bath rooms. -The steam fitting lawyer of ability, and will leave no Fla.. by O. M. Davis A son. Having o I I' r., r ', IW. nbah,'"";;'i e ..
i is well advanced throughout the build the material at hand and \ ,.1 ,. '
raw right .
lIori4a stone unturned to win,, his case. He ;' W. BLAG! ,
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Cape log. A Urge amount of work will be with long experience they. have ac- j

J.W.Backett: of the U.8. Engineer'sde required to connect the five does not take a. very Urge number of quired thorough knowledge of the I y e'y i + ,e i 14 v13fi6gfs
t engines
$ but demands fee in business. who has had
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cues, goodat; Everyone any
otBc Ht. down .
: at Augvftloe, came on and four large boilers. I :
This, him experience in the use of wooden tanks sw ,
those be does take. Cables r
..be miD lut MOnday night to superIntend The electricians have bad one of the very readily realizes the. necessity of 4O .. .

&.be btgrinniBf of,tfitaf surrey of most pleasant jobs on the entire struc to give; his cases every possible atten: the careful selection of material, perfect .
Florida channels Ht >ft again tion.! This matter' will have to. be joints and hoops of the right '
\ Cape the '
ture. At least- this is Impression '
Jr 'HeteatUn tested sooner or later t is just aswell dimensions and strength properly doDSt. .0 4' .b. :
ater
jr"' listening around
acorner To to the demands
that it should be for all it placed. keep up t 'cxJ'47: .
!" bees made Ia regard 1.O-u.e to their expressions of satisfaction ibis necessity, this firm's factory is fIn. f- .- ..:.
is worth in the first Insane so that it .
T Tftilruatl draw, at,\bat fcxdnt. He goes while engaged in their effort to supplied with the latest and most improved 'j 1 ** .r1" ---.
't will not be broug-th up again after it is for this work. With ,
machinery
From there be goes '
to lovrstlfate. '
it
force a steel wire through several hundred /, I ..y. ;
once decided. The fact that Col. skilled mechanics and a well-selected r '
ooct" 'toTmiapt, tutioir recelred a report feet of copper tubing, following and full stock of the various materials Fine Wines Liquors ,
Abrams i is also considered as violently t .J .... :
that a sunken! liffater obatrucUtbeebaanel : 'its devious kinks and curves until it which are required- for this purpose, '
opposed corporations ;mall lend; additional Beers and Cigars.Pool'ted l* .
at that point. )lr. Sackett reached a connecting box somewhere hey are prepared to promptly fill orders '
interest to the fight, i; Ii will be for in Bottle ,Goods and '.
their line.
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I i* a bu.7 man a+(\his territory U very In a remote section of the building.The anything They '
remembered that be recovered a judgment specially manufacture reservoir tanks Trade ,.
ltgtf .lie lufuna u* that Cape Flor- tinners have completed the roofing Jug .a Specialty. .
for farm and private use.-'
of he J. T. A K. '
'id* U.thp only channel under serious oti tMjOOOagainst BilUafdiCobUB
the entire 'building,and we noticed '
eonaideritiol foaproTement at this a number of them at work W..B. B. Co., on account |f the Ta When yon ,come down to inspect this ? I. ': r 1'
upon .
fire few' At all section of and see the apparently ,
be vares a years ago.. country:
time that it would toaecare'a i
Impracticable the water conductors. events justice will be doofjn, the matter .- barreD character of "tb* land and the Agwh for New 0dMu and sA AU kinds of C *Good ;
i depth of over eifht or ninefeet I Carpenters are at work placing in rock and rocks that are ..everywhere : : : :

d at Norris or Bear Cut without position the mammoth1 columns which Both sides, will be hatidled.with not jump at the conclusion that oar lands I ; n" '

'g while a clear channel ability. Which ever side'lea willun- I are not fertile nor b be.. tb* statement MIAMIf ** '.
,greateiprue; the north and
support south \
porticos.This couri I..i that ,, Beti ia UUatiajr. tionp ; L-
"leart twel feet '.be made doubtedly appeal to the of resort they are. can
of .at ..
work is -
rip adding very much to the and when a decision is;reached i.t. to the place of Samuel Filsr. Esq., at : -
:'at Cape Florida at'com paratively l slifbt appearance of the exterior work. Buena Vista, only two mile north of 'Epmetteads Open to b" .

i' 1"4. au4'obe, which would probably ,The painting upon/ the outside of the ,will probably be final. MUa.L and ..l.1afYYOIUMIf. 8M bit Wg I hai'fl0 acne 6elara4lan4onBia', :

i' :.remain open without any Jetties. He building is about completed.. A few ,-* 1" field of bearing pineapple, hi* fin.bearing eayn Bay anlubU' for trucking which .Thes

f- ibe that could LiatoaLogiej j lemon grove and treat variety of I will rent for U.coming: eauoe. Tnuajaaaonablt. I .
:..* .Is !of opinion we get days more will finish it.The tropical fruit tree ,in bcaiiog, aocto asaapivodillaa ,, .
J along- rrr3r well :with "a twelve-foot W. E. Cato is erecting AI'[house on alligator )il hav.alao.loeaUd Mvtnlfin Tba
r work ol construction upon the mangoes, surer apples traoto of land to bo 'e 1 k -channel, and cite the case of t Jacksonville.Vbich detached nr.ad..1II be commencednext the east side, of the canal ,and intends pears, etc..etc, sod above all doDO try the X..a upon open which I am soon ,
prepar-
; '. "' had twelv feet the i. his into 'it is fail to *.. his bearing orange tress, THEYREPJUnGuns
h A' only on week. Wednesday, evening Mr. to move family soon as td to looato aatttan on reaaonabU torma .4

1'. .' :' .'St., John's bar a few .yrars ago, ands" )McDonald thought, it might be commenced completed while the hotel ;jde-Caton of on.not of less them than this twenty-fir year loaded boxes.with a Than crop ,Gao. L. MACPoXAIA

'." t that the Clyde ships! which only drew ,tomorrow.In which be has so long' occupied 'will run down to Coooannl Grove and Me the 1-7-tf. ,Coonty 8al'Ye1U1', ..

'iJ-. .j; eleven feet of water,made their repL. different portions of the buildingwe pass Into the hands of Wr W. .Blackmer. piece of wild land which B- B. McCo'- .CoooaattQrontfkvAroeada .. Bicycles; ..

lar achedifte up and down the Atlantic noticed mack took hold of three lass ago, aud .
carpenters ,at work upon as* baa great variety of shrubbery and Pear Tres for Sab. SewingIjOcka
", punt,"pissing the (tempestuous vicinliy the stairways, while work is about to Mr. O.Connell of the- Wlnd:' j lla farm, fruit trees, many of them in bearing. and I have'for sal*, a" large' number, i : iB

+r of Cape: Hatteras without ever hav be'commenced on the main stairways is her looking after toe pine slips Too will be satisfied that this ro.-k wbi his Avocada pear tree/ and will furnish I

.I In.Jod' Be thinks ten reelwuaW' ; lathe rotunda section. cvrywbre* a fertilizer and.will grow them transplanted and-warranted to J
ish4p. from W. 8.,Clows. plantation.\) molt anything in abundance. tf live for tto .......'. 'I. U. PADorrr4w +
.. { be pie draught for ships such work be done .
carpenter aa can Cor.:... at. and av. D. .
Jamaica' Jo. Oonnell made, a flylngj visit' toWestrPalm When you com and inspect Miami do ,
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trfor: :Kassaa; or any on:;the ball-room! until after the plastering not turn backward until bvmsd. j :
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41 ) porta,1 l.the West Indies. has been don baa,.been com 1 the trip *ia Key Weal aui Minus ..ra- KM Propwty for BaK ill Wart -am( k ill

kt ;An:;.affiropriaUoa will probably bemadby pleted. Mr..T. A. Slack is on the sick list. ship to Ksy Wast. It..is an all daylight 1 have for tale 10 acres con la<;down jr *

I the next Congress for deepening On the west wing a number of mechanics *A banner float at the of dull in sea of perpetual" summer skirting to a point near the prarie, on' the bay I) Mav
top
the channel at; Cape Florida and starry along tropical island clad in green Tar- fiont, about a bait mile ,tooth of the
r were engaged in the work of .
foot In ,front of SJ. 8. Unton' don where .be palm
a fifty pole wave coooa graefnlly Peacock Inn,' In.'Cocoanut Grove. I
sable Mr. Flsgler to put the plaster of ParIs mouldings for the tops residence on Atlantic'Aye. in the soft., dreamy restful, life- can sell the tame alai !reasonable tTKext to sr.dy's

.. :plans,:which h* undoubtedly. baa un- of the aolumns supporting the porticos giving brercs which blow almost constantly price. Ono, McDovAtc very, Cocoanut '.111L.1 .4 Ill i. 1 ty piLN

t r 'Avt consideration into operation.BP and In UM rotunda and diningroom.A I Harry H. Sterling is put.tlng'.D addition acroaa the. Golf Stream from the drove..Flt .. .
Island '
; Bahama 1 '
;\- Urge amount of ornamental cornice to his store on AtlanticAve., '
t: r- ;)'oW1Writer. W. want to make the :Mrraorous Have you wen 'Oar royal palm silk
and other work II don
belnjr fished newly aa possible. W* want to publish souvenir handkerchief or tidy end
Caroline Waahborn Bockwoodi Sweet potatoes rae being out
.. Mrs. : in plaster of Paris. all tb* news of tb* Bay, and would lib u. &.ooto pay for the Mrraorous one M
*i* author of!MA Saratoga BonJance," of the ground from almost;: every.farm i ... bend hems we WiLsfda,
Work of furnishing the eastern section you to help o us news Tear and we will mail you the aouven- .n

i t' ,f W_l Bl.ca'De.b! ; Adirondack will very soon be commenced.On and are simply delicious. from your otigbborbood.. Tall.* about ira aa a premium. ,All tbeladiea. tblok I ad de..t' lq

-', jBomance," ete.,ia.-tpeeial, correspond- the grounds there Is' a wonderful Mr. Henry has received a car load of the building uw aettUn which who are being are coming erected in.,sales nw they are beautifnL } '-. tf

... tai erfjnany,,frur1 pen, contributor amount of work being don. Somewhere lumber part of which will be j.used to of land and clearing that is going on, Waited to Hire'a Boy.. '. ; :
; magaxines'; ind weeklies, among : house for'hit.seU"' and all item nt interest thai may come
't In the neighborhood of sixty build.a Tjbe rest I want to hire a buy not under seven-,
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:;:1. Which are: J srii's' Weeklies, U rper'. to year aUei t on. Tb effort required
mules
men and a half-dozen and carts will be for sale. j teen Jean of age, capable of acting aapoetofflce
Baxar; Home.Journal, all Jhe "New." to jot down a few item is not mock.Heud clerk and lode
in {illing gen
the work. Th ;
are employed
..construction The something weak i* will i
u* very ;
tropical plants on the farm of
r' Pr& .ra1
work about
s : place.
; itipWtdelphia ete. etc.JMrs. my
Z of the hand in pramio at writingand
? concrete: sea wall will keep your i 1
it<-" ''Bockwood lea N.w York voice be commenced in few W. S.' Linton, are receiving. Dtlun brigbttn your wita to. pat your hZZoAU, 1 > t

.l!'''*,teacher:with winter studioon' Fifth If the a days. could be and are looking fine. 1 thought into word,and betid. U will -it-ip.! -.Out..lu. ....; .1:...
# necessary building .
aarenueind summer studio at :JLmperMnd I' A blue fish advartis your place too. th* word and .
: to December Mb.. : great many are being
ready But
open belp il. to build up. tf faacyAbakkaaUpa Piua Ie Plaala. :
*I .# : Itt'the' Adirondack:' She Ia a the first of .January is full early caught from the ocean beacb at present Dr. a'-c. Webb, Liberty Miss.. ; says to7tneb a'KJOV100 w&JJ'It> ii
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', ;.augbter- of Charles: Washborn., of enough and everything bola ... from'the many large schools that' pass "I have been using Ayer's Pills for tl atoiii 06tUG .". f ', .

s ,!IrToroester, 'Maas.,. '&04 niec of, the iness by that time. .d-I down the beach. over twenty-five years,and recommend M, lttoiM ,,ai&oo ;,,,, .I., J.-
;idisiifigvisbed millionaire, and phllantbroplsi them in case of chronic diarrbo suckers i'1'pe 100. ,y :i iii' ..,...
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\ ,, The tropical trees which were sent their efficiency from personal Smooth 100. ; .
tJ. ;; Ichabud ,W hbum.a direct Wait. I Wait Watt for Mr*. J.fraakl knowing Cayraaea W per :I
; i to Linton from the:Botanical Gardensat experience: they having cured when Discount for 1030 or more.
; descendant of Oeo. Bradford and Mrs. J. Frank left this morning on a i i #N :
: other medicine failed. J: d; F.JI.I T7ua RiY8l..Vi8I i
tl business trip to New York. She will Washington, are all looking well every ;
;;. XnoehArden.The: ':next book, Lobe. believe is is hi 1-U-tI ;Fort Fierce Fliwrj.
eTb. Mmoroua ;
tl return in a few days with large stockof and many, of them ,are iu;, blossom. apa ,
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.: .pubiibed JD Deeemberwlirbe 4st'tP1lerldn goods for ladles' wear, consisting of native of South America ition to do any plating yon may need ao I .1- ..,ti. :."; r
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'" t Romance Jfn.. BockwoodMdMiaarBockwood all kinds of dress goods' fPr the fall and [ cheaply, *o promptly that In many "tM fli'stko fk'IfLyer'a : .. '
will be able ,South Africa, Auatnlie, and. New canoot bar reason for it 'U 0 A '
eta making a:tour wiaur. So U dress aU yon any having Sarsapara to expel the effect of First-CIS grey .-.
,s : tbsformer the ladiei fate, latest fashions of.UMEast. Ze&laDcL.bo. don at Jacksonville' or ekvwberr. Cnvw the:otter' medlciae.; thattaste been 'goa :
1' eEaiti p0art ,berate .. .. trial arid it will not ,b fault ifw : IdIYig IfTabkeSup4twmo
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:;.; :,i Lbpeae'her F ewYark-e ifl.N.ve.n! tarns; -' :. : ttltlp.jfpfRantntCscoanntCtom n-I I wr car load of pineapple slips cannot pie**. you in pncvst and Myles dmIt'e1."upertmeaten' toOk : : 't i rt: '"'t'tisar
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.. bill beds bntiaea orvititmgrarda. v .z-- Jh.. i- ,.it ft.1# .
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