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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: November 20, 1896
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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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
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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: %1:% 1 2. MIAMI, ADg'COUNTY., FLORIDA-: ( ;WMSt)) FRIDAY,- NOVEM.B R 20, 18961 i I PRICE 5 CENTS ',


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Mrs. Alice Delpino and daughter and I George M. Brown, who' -i is at presentasi We call- attention to the new "ad" town of West' Pilm I Beach a feW days the Royal Polnclanaaadadjaceiitprop- ,

imi Met Miss Eva McDowell. of KVy West, t'ing; the government engineers in i.f -the Cypress Lumber Company of ago. | '' erties. The beading referred to is certainly .

e were 'in'Miami a couple of day this! the survey of Biscayne Hay, will leave Apalachicola which. ap|>>>ears in this You need not send away for Christmas 'very attractive and will' stimulate '

week, but have gone to the Inn at the for St. August tiie! in a few day* where issue. These gentlemen are anxious presents this year as Townley many a stranger into whose bands

,.w.1. I.MIULJ.: .' LEII I.v. Grove, where her will visit fur lIume- he will be uniteil. in marriage to Miss. IjO secure a share file .Dumber busies Kros. will have On display one of tbe tbe paper may fall with a desire to

Beta eonardyr Miss Leonardy is ; I of Miami. They make a specialtyfselling finest lines of up to date goods ever visit tbe pretty scenes depicted! in the

: Mr Brown i-. | the would. brought to Florida. Watch for the heading. Tbe Lake Worth News WM
< cargo.Ve
very prt'ttrlid very, by
J.1i1ur The rains of yesterday and last nightare grand opening in our new store in the
MINCE MEAT; good for tbe truck gardener* HO far popular. The. wedding will bequite'an also call attentionto the new advertisement McDonald brick hotel about tbe middle rival fishermen Reynolds & Hull one .

... +1' c .. elaborate one. of the Land Department of of December, a "!-S-3w Elliott Co. The latter firm accused, '
u they go. But It has been very dry t*
Louis A. Brady' of Titusville i Is 'in the }'. E. C. K>. (|u., offering special Mr. Hull having entered their premises ,.; r.I .
: .. 1he..Ii' Mku MenWm. during tbe fall and some good thorough A large party of the guests of the
induceiiivnts to those who think of I at night and cutting their net
the may coy
needed city& for few weeks
rains are for new grass and a acting ,asbookkeeper ,. Hotel Miami chartered the launch
.. JI vegetables. for'E. L.. Brady & e Jo., engaging in the culture' of citrus Ozone one) day early this week and maliciously. Reynolds' A Hull are s

during; the, absence of his brother, F:. fruit*. made a trip to arch Creek. They bad stated as having gone over to see about
.
Mrs. Harsh I*. Allen an old residentof i -4 the matter armed with double-bar
: : a
-- Woiverton. bat returned to bU L., at TiUt-viHe. "Lewie" tellsus I j E. A. Waddell, the genial and energetic a very pleasant Grip, but on account of
Oeorgiana, Indian River, died at was
", borne at Euttis.. f Datoaala" Her he find Miami fully UI| to exHHlions. --.. boomer of North Miami lots, is low water did not succeed In getting I reled shotgun. Reynolds downedby
t Sunday. remains were a man named Zeb Brice and, I
-- young
Geo. -,.'McDonald returned .. In fact better than he cxpectetl. back after a summer outing in the up 'the creek as far as tne Natural
Tuesdayto removed her old bome o be interred' of1
while on top Reynolds- Brice was ,
'.' lib homes : ., This is iris first visit to; the muchtalked northern states and Canada. Waddell Bridge. Tbe launch touched'at Buena
) .
at toe .
] Grot from bu.lIeM beside died
a thane of her husband,who ,a stabbed with a knife by one, .-
trip to Jacksonville.; few years ago. about Iiaj',City. is very popular and has been kept busy ,' Vista to take on': board Mr. and Mrs. causing an ugly scalp wound.some Elliott_11,

\ I A despatch from l'e!Moins, Iowa, sine*? his return saluting and saying"howdy" Blackburn, Miss Whitehurst and Mrs. '
Mitt Jessin B. Kellar grabbed the and fired both barrels -
gate a dance Edwin Nelson this week romnienrrdtbe gun ,
4 in night's the 'to M.
last Citizen says that his many Miami friends, Mrs. J. Alfred, special representative
&. for the benefit of ber scholars at the in the air to avoid 'injury to anyone
\ building 6fa large wan-hou-w u>
chairman of the )Democratic State and bestowing that,gt'UrKt'tuIIlIlIJiI off of the Chicago Times-
)i 'Casino of Hotel 41 laml last with it. At last it was
evening. be used in connection with his fine Commit. died in that; ritvllast Tuesday his.iipoii the ladies with whom lie is a Herald, was with the! party; also Mr. pork

Mr. and Mrs. J. O., Jester left this brick furniture store soon to be commenced : from blood ]M isoning as;a result of special favorite. We are glad to see and Mrs. S.'Graham, Mr. audMrs._ A. probable that Reynolds and Hull would

morning' West PAlm Beach where on his lot on 12th street, just injuries inni'ltt'tI in all elei-trical" (chair him back again and havV him to help E. Kingsley, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Graham be arrested for assault. Later reports i

1 I they witf;... the management of west of Avenue D. white being i initiated in the order of the town get a good hustle on by Jan and'their daughter: fined $20 and costs. They appealed
{bear Beehive store. CaptJ. W. Sackett has joined the Elks in l eMoines a few weeks ago.-- nary 14. He thinks from his observations Clements, Messrs. Harris, Cruso, Fellers ,
tbe cato the Circuit Court.
CspL J. c. Sackett of u. S. Engi- corps of engineers'on' board the We haven very strong impression that while l jn the north that Florida Featherly and Graham.

dredge Suwanne in Biscayiif Bay. this i ill a fake despatch. will have an unsually good season this Positively everything at cost to. close
la
Been, was tbe city again this weekInspecting I II Give A. L. Curiae a chance on your out. Isiooa COBKM.

: the survey of the bay and Tbe engineers are rapidly finixliing Mr< M.4 Alfred, tipocialjrepresentative I year. property for fire insurance 2.1tl
their work A will loon be I Eugene McBride, a bright young
Florida
Cape channel. report of the U'hicago Tillies-Herald, House for relit or for sale. i Some of the leidinr'Reuublicans. of

,.- Oeo. W.. Allen I and A. L. Pohlaski, made and laid before, the. 'department. left tii| city last'Mnflday interning) forKockMge 2-2-1$ JOHN KEUKOWITTEK. Florida met -at 'Jacksonville duringthe city attorney last of Tuesday Jacksonville' He died was lu that first

.: prominent business men of Key' West, The ladies of thel M. E. church will Titiisiille. Laketand, and Joseph A. McDonald rt't't'h'-d a telegram past week a "fixed"' the office attacked with pneumonia, but had .

.. left here for; their home via City of meet at Mrs.- Wm. Wilson's lion-* other .Florida point. Mr*. ''AIred i i.* last :Sunday afternoon announcing in the gift of the McKinley adminis- been overworked before taking to his

Key West oar Tuesday morning.. bor.ton Wednesday, November 2>'
at 2 o'clock -sharp, for the purpose iif dror1pie $ n high |n !>ition in; her profe.s John. McDonald in Connecticut.. Im- President of tbe First National Bankof the condition "'
numberffrcMB pneumonia was controlled -
A
the large dance Miami attended organizing/ Ladies Aid Society. .All >ion. Mir may visit ).'Jur da again nu latly upon receipt of the sad news Key West,was elected for Collectorof be passed into a typhoid .vstate.

given atOoeoannt* Owe interested in tbe]Jwork will plea+e be during Ih"'IIQlillg season, and if so IH ,,11'\, fur.a.special and left here. ac- the Port of Key West. A. L. Mr. McBrld was U yard of and
.
age
r.. Wednesday' ; .evening: M'Q* 3riMirWayeveplag preae C: .If. / r ,will reelve a warm 'Mi-fcWie;; lirr r: cutnl- as 'fed by Mrs.; lIeuuald".bOut t'ohXIsti"t'large cigar i manufacturer; ttrj> veral dance
a Lemon '
," was firm at '
''I'>. "hla ; -i The Woodmen o(the World will givea An historical.articlecotitainhig. verycomplete :. 7 o'clock on Sunday night for New of Key West;wa selected for Imigra- rained assistant by the well-known law'r
1 f'I f the I Haven .to attend the funeral. It was lion Inspector. For Mathew B. Mc- j
"Calico Ball" en Thanksgiving eve, data in regard; to occupation firm of Cooper Cooper. He has many "- ,

R. R< Taylor. U erecting a residence Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1898, .at Hotel. of Fort Dallas as a military pot, expected that the special train would Farlane of Tampa, was set aside the friends throughout the State who will "t,

J).. on 14th street just, east of J. W. Watson's Miami. Ladies will please wear.calico I. furnished us ity request from'! the War reach St. Augustine in time to connect collectorship of' that Port. Mr.Gun by miss the cordial, pleasant, greeting

:,l' hardware store.' He will also usea with the early train for Jacksonville was selected either for a Member of
1)
dress and bring a tie made of, the Departuieiitapi! in this issue ac- they were wont to receive from

portion of/I the building for 'a law same cloth. Dancing $1. Spectators! 'ompanied' by litoria) note*. This to connect, with the mail train_leaving the Board Appraisers I at New Yorkor him when visiting Jacksonville He

office. 85 cents. articleill also I IH- re-ptiblilied .next the latter city about a. m. Mr. and Minister to Mexico. When Mr.,Allen was a prominent member of the

week. .:ltra lIP Mrs. McDonald are expected to return and Mr. Pohalski returned home this Masonic Lodge and also of Damascus
Mr. : copies had.next
Albert) F.SCbultz and MM! An- A large amount of the may : .
newer '
: .y grlique Diaz, of Key" West,' were' married pipe for the sewer to run pottery from the week hut; orders should 14* liled withus to-in/ rrow night. week through Miami I they appearedvery Commandery.. Florida Yacht Club, tbe .

1-'i. In that city on the 18th inst. Mr. Royal Palm down lith street to Avenue not; later than Wednesday ,iiorn.ing.Office ( Goodrich & Bryan will open up a flue tbe conference.A much pleased. with the result'of Semioole' Club and Jacksonville Light'

t"- ,. Schultz is chief clerk of the crimnal I D and on Avenue D from 12tli seekers. should mind stock of Christmas goods Dec. 1st. Infantry. Suitableactionupon his untimely -

court. : bearin fine line .of ladies' shoes just received death has heeD .taken by tbe r
street to tbe river was unloaded from that au'examination ( civil Ivan Novojiloff, the globe trotting
at Sewell's boe Store. 26-tf Jacksonville Bar Association in the
A. T. Best chief electrician of the, box can at the side of tbe office of this service rules will be held at Key Weston Russian, whose passage through; cur

Tlorida Eut jCoast Hotel' System, has paper yesterday. ; Dei-. lUth., Those who past this examination city was lIot.t'tlln our last issue and Chas. G. Isle, of Bl.ca'D ,-cawe to form of resolutions of regret.
I
v- returned to Miami and will, make this Wm. Varnadoe bas about .. wit} heY eligible f for any who departed for Key West last Friday Miami Wednesday[for tbe first time in ,Positively everything at cost'to close ;

, : point his 'headquarters for the next of the completedtbe grade o'f office; jtn. the. custom house. morning, left Oddessa, Russia, on.tctober two years. The first snot be made out. JsiDoa CoHiir.
digging sewer on lath streetfrom I I
,s'
: few weeks. tbe Royal Palm to Avenue Those who are thinking. about trying ( 1lh. and was in Key West, I was to lose his way.' He came in on T. S. Bart, who i. at Hotel Miami

Tbe writer-. has noticed the first ripe The drillingA for the' blafts on AvenueD D1. GIIIS (i)>|K>intc
the are of iliauii .hlioiild Fit down Itl 111M" examined. November HIh. He [had stopped! at a way to the ferry. '[The last time Mr.Ihie lag about organizing a dsr boot to
from rivet to lath :
: tomatoes of theseason,, in several street
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gardens Hon.: number of in*the United States was in Miami It was vast wilderness -
''I Writs to Jeff. U. places spend a weak in the HQlsboroaxh
neigh
I 1. ::1.: during tbe put week. Shipments about completed' and some of them maybe
"shot" to-day. Browne, of Key i West, fur pai'liculars. tietween New York and Florida. Mr. and Wednesday he found a populous borhood. ,
however will
I north not commence for
J, N. -ilad been 'in this and thriving city, constructed
only country A little girl went into the real estate
The
office
several uf the
. .;4' we-ek'let.; Chas S. Schuyler, cashier of the Indian Royal I'alm draughtijmeii's hajj J been removed! from about two weeks, but had In'that time from the latest and most stylish goods office I of A. E. Kin sley yesterday and
The truck put River State Bank, at Tit UIIVIIIr is : in the market and tbe Im-
'. gardeners expect to the Lure to and acquired the ability to converse some upon most fsU asleep. Mr. Kiogaley pot the little
|htrue airy
l'' t In a largely Increased acreage this fail in the city for a few 'week,: helping temporary ant Iu in the English language. lie bad been proved plans. Wiiile walking about one in his private office and went off mod
pleasant thebasement'of
of the winter vegetables-tomatoes, Cashier Garthside keep matters IWrJll3 the north IjUtfIt-at"i ht .: ThetengWrary learning to read our language before tbe city he met H. r. Burquehart." He' left her. When be returned ,be' found

: .a,,0 oauliiowers, beans, lettuce, cucum= straight at the Bank of Bay Uiacayne struiilnre has been{ I leaving his uativecountry.Go and Mr.Burquehar ; were in the U. S. that the little tot had mysterioMly di*>

bera, eggplants. etc. during tbe absence of Wm. M. Brown, torn Navy for several years, Mr. Burque- appeared.
having only bonnetbfibiod.
down and workmen are now engagedin to Goodrich Bryan's for your a tiny sun
". Mini Fuxxard ChelseaMass.! who is In Titnsville. men's furnishings.An hart as quartermaster, and Mr. Ible II Mr. Kingmley does not know
..' ,of ; isriaUiac tearing down other of the temporary ,
to" a& the home of her' brother, -E. Ben Carter, chief engineer of the'Florida structunts on the north side Epworth League has been organized lieutenant. storming< on the same who u.. little one was. He still baa the 1'i,

Wia:hxxardof; Cutler. Miss Fuz- East Coast Railway and I.. R." of the building preparatory for grading in the M. E. Church with the following vessel at.- the of Alexandria, son bonnet which can be bad by the par-
Egypt They had not met for some -
'zar4 b engaged with Dr. Cutler in his Ord, one of tbe civil engineers,arrivedat the ground.! officers : 'Mr.-' Edwin Nelson. eat applying, for it. ,
until Wedne < and had
years ay they avery
institution attibclsea.A. tbe Hotel Conolly last t"v.nlng. The Florida Press' A.vWM-iation will President; MrAgnes; Jennings, Jut pleasant chat bout old days. Tbe Supreme Court of Florida, tendered :

.J. Lesli,'Florida superintendentof Mr. Carter returns to St. Augustine meet at Green Cove-Spring' f* January Vice President; '}fn. R. $. Wilson, a dscM.A last Tuesday to tbe ease .

to-morrow and Mr. Ord will remain 2nd Ytee President;' ,,Mr.'A. E. Ker. Drink pure water. Get it of E. O. Harrington, '
the Clyde 8. S, Co., Is lying In a.. 13lh.; Upon invitation of Flagler the ice factory appellant vs.-William
Mr.j at rear of the Ma-
critical condition in New York city. here for several days. they \\'iIIlpa\1' iiftoa that .i steamer foot; 3rd Vice President; Mrs. Edwin TauroLisofflces Do< distilled. Two Rutherford and Rose Kiebel, appW1 -

t k He bu been ilj( for Heralmoatha and : Services of tbe Protestant Episcopal, from this |H rt or I'alm Beach ;I Nelson, 4th Vice President; Mrs. J. and a ball cents,per gallon. 21tfThe .a.;from Pad())QDtT.. The decieina of

" it is feared be bay not recover.... Church next Sunday;in Union Hall, as (whichever may ne determined upon as E. Dickson, Treasurer; R. S.' Wilson, JaJgeBroome ... confirmed. Opinion

follows the of entry1fur this winter The Secretary The number members Right Rev. J,>bn Moore, Bishop by Chief Jnstfee Mabrvy. BobbiaaOrsbsm'JkCbilliagwortti
) Holy Communion U&J a. ui. port ( ) -:
X. F. Yc inley aiM rs. McKinley ; will enrolled is 80. Tbe league will bold services of Saint Augustint, arrived in this -
prayer' and sermon 10:# a. m. Evening members of the ociation be the attorneys for appellant -
returned frou; their
i Key West trip I of Mr. the every Sunday evening six city last and left here ; George P.Fowler for lwen1'bie .
last Monday ..... Mr. sermon 7 o'clockstaDd.rd time. guests Fl&gler during Jn-riod morning.The -
.r. McKinley Attendance cordially invited. Evening of their trip across the Gulf Stream to o'clock standard time in the'public yesterday Bishop came caee had been pending for the 8opreme .
,
.r In the
.. was idmjttejl l tp practice United service sister ofX I school ball. A cordial ,invitation is down for the purpose of looking over. Court tor four
our city ; a"'fau. f'ULI
:; : States court. while at Key" West. I permanent. extended to' all to. come and help us the field with a view! of selecting suitable -

''i ,J.Jingraaa'eleversIdMlcbigasder Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Miles have returned Capt. Geo. BliWus, has leased the and we will try to help you.New' lots and having the constructioneta Positively everything at cost to close x
Jester acid out. lsu>oa CoIIZJf. .
building will have it fitted ,
whose ls Pontiac from a trip to New York and : building for tbe'RomaD Catholic
; borne at Mlclu
!
, arrived In Miami last rpt'and will Pfailadelahia. Mr. Miles is. managerof up next week foran i! exhibition i buildIng Goodrich line of Bryan's.bats and neckwear at church commenced it an early da f' TOTS! 'O'IICIJIf! Delia! Dolls! Dolls! _,

spend the wfnkr'wlth'liis daughter, the Florida Coast Line C.n'lCom for hi.IboullfraIJI.| We have been Bishop Moore has bed his present position Make tbe'children happy. A large s '

1 ; Yn.'Bouehardas: Ooooannt Grove. pany, and announces that tbe dredge familiar with the phonograph! i j fr several Sheriff R. J. Cbillingworth has been for many year He enjoys the assortment at Townley Bros. Brick t y

? will commence work very (shortly on years and call unueBitatiiigly pro- in Miami and vicinity several days distinction of presiding over the Store Dee. 1Mb. -l-zw-Ip

Mrs. J. Frank;has 'returned from the cut near the head of Lake Worth. nounce the new dine purchased b)' Mr. this week serving summons the jurors Diocese of Saint Aiignstine, which is Budded Oraift Tree
.
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'I* New' York vMen-ibe1t: liased an Blivens as farj I ahead of any ever who have been drawn to serve at the oldest '
as welt\ the Five thousand choice Bodded
u
*' poorest Orange w
Immeasen.tock'ordrea: good*, ladies'shoes We are reliably )informed that Henry listened to befortj. He lass 31{k> ele.- tbe term'of the circuit court which diocese in the United States.. The Trees, leading kinds; also Palm, t-

;uotioasj'ets'Goaud' : Imapeot her M. Flagler will leave New York next tions in all, coijipriniiig all the latest j convenes at Juno on the fifth Mondayof members his church at Miami have Roses and Floweriag Plant' Price ;

stock. New goods are arriving daily. Sunday night for Florida. Joseph A, songs and instruviental 1 pieces, this month, the 80th instant. Cir- done wetU list. on .PpUca D., A.L.Jf ATCH.
remarkably They only organized o-tf-lp
McDonald City PoinjTFionda.for
and Mrs. .
dTbe.cboones Biscayne was:In port McDonald will ac. The other day : a .city, wag, who had cuit court meets at Titusville' for Bre- a few weeks;| ago and already

; again Wednesday, bringing; Immense company him on his trip South. Mr. just returned from ('-tJC.tlauu .Grove, vard county on Monday, tbe 23rd inst.. have nearly thousand dollars to the : Sal at Gnat Sacrifice

load of freight for different Flagler will probably remain at St. told one of our reporters that U r. Pea- There is a heavy docket of criminal credit of their building' fund. Thereis House and lot at Buena Vista..Price
parties Augustine while Mr. McDonald will : : I1.2SO, cash, cost ",000. Also '
: rock business awaiting tbe I in Dade seven
had
,just 'completed aunt er court ,
+. along the) bay A considerable come through to Miami. new no doubt work on Jte,church building acre on west side of railroad near

,. portion of the load was left at Miami. I addition to his. It n,consisting{of fifty- county this term and it is very doubt- will be comment ed U soon as the Miami. Price $$100, cash. Title per

The main line of the water works eight rooms, aril requet.-U '' him to full wbetCer the court will be able to location is settled up I MI. fect. Abstract furnished to purchas.
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::1\'ed Sunday I morning ;there will be from insert finish its business in week it ers." J.A.McCnoBT .
pipe the city to the spring at the the item in the MKTOMIUS.. Oncrossexautinatio up one as = .'
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__. communion service- at tbe M. E.church edge of the Everglades will have been ,ll he admitted I however has been customary to do in the past. crackers Sky rockets and all, kinds Roman of candles fire-works, fin at 1-1-tf Buena Vista, Fla.

;J 1 at 11 o'clock, A general|.InTfiUUoo is about completed' ,by to-morrow night.Only ; that tic l, addition was only I The Lake Worth News ,Is making Townley Bros new store Dec. Win. 2t Tbrrirtlftsmaca .
extended to" afl,. Rev/Blaekaaa, of about three weeks-has been intended foif' See A.L.Crusoe .' r
door
at
I. consumed pigeons, each rapid strides in popular favor and its Tbe West Palm 1 leach Cooolly Boua rH.
,
Qoooai_), the pastor' will be down. toy In the laying of this four miles room of the,;,new addition being only column correspondent represent the leading English'and .
are The issue of the Citizen ,
I very newsy. ] a lively time American of -
.- pipe, which baa been put down with eighteen.In.b... ..... reports companies the world., tf
a ;u. I which came to us yesterday has a new existing in that place between the

If you want a good hat go Sewell's decided: rush by tbe contractor, Thw. If you want solid .substantial shoes and really beautiful beading, which contains a view of Lake Worth and a Bend w 't&* item of sews fromyoar-:
Shoe $tore. They have a fine line. Itt >. eichbocfaood aU it will keep eWprominently
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ARTICLE, XIX.- the City Surveyor, ,' for furnishing which the Surveyor shalljshow, that such ,owner procured an original tag during .
', shall be paid, by, the applicant a sum not;exceeding,two, the same jear i in accorlbncc:with this ordinance. )i.
Strtftt and Sidcwalkt.SxcrtOK ., dollars: violation of this section shall be' '
Any punished Passed November, ,tSootFREDK ;,
Tte professions .. I. Be'it.ordained by the Council of the City byj a fine not exceeding twenty dollars, or imprisonmentnot : '. S. MORSE <

j''t of Miami, that all streets, alleys and 'Toads in the City of exceeding ten da}'s. ; 'President of Council p. ;

Y ,Miami that ,have been laid out according to law, or shown, EC. 13. Any and all persons erecting buildings in the Attest: J.'M.QRAtfAMCity' Clerk. L :

t.:< on the map of Miami now on recordshall be and the same firs limits shall be and are hereby required to obtain fromth Approved November 14, I : "

; 1 I are hereby respectively: declared to be streets, roads andalley City Surveyor the proper grade and street line I 1096.JNO.. B. RXILX.Y, Mayor. .
$ *. where" the same has not already been- established, and I ... _"
+ ;HttSfc, WHII ajCIILijIKIttTEHatorponted ; ,SS*c. a. All streets hereafter laid out shall>e at least sh ill make any and every such building conform to the r ARTICLE XXI. : rr'..

: ttsijQEO.M. 'fifty feet wide ; ftmitted, however, that alleys maybe slime The City Surveyor shall'receive a compensation i' j' t- '.
t established, the width of which shall .be regulated by the not exceeding four dollars ,for furnishing the grade and Cruelty to Amntafs.SECTION .i

..# ,WALTER BOBBINS.&GRAHAM Council. street line for etch! building, to be paid for by'the applicant. i. Be it.ordained.by the Council of the City ':
*.. CG..CrtlLUNQWOKTH, Sa c. 3* The Council shall from time to time, as they ;Anyone failing to conform with such grade'or street 'line, of Miami that in case any horse, mule, ox, cow or other .

3 EUGENE F.MCKINLEY.ttOrayeat may deem proper, paM resolutions requiring the owners of i\'hen erecting a building in.said fire limits, shall, upono domestic animal in the city hall: be so injured or diseasedas '

+ .astw. real estate within the corporate limits of Miami to construct ictioii, l II e fined not exceeding:; one hundreds dollars, to be utterly lt"IIi, and of no value to the owner and ..

s; III.UU. PAUK .'OU)/TT. VWKWA.tTW uniform and substantial sidewalks in front of and ar be imprisoned not exceeding thirty da" ". "* is in suffering: condition, and it shall appear that suchanimal

tpts...laUU.i aU a...rte. 8I&&e aIMS Ftrderslt around their several lots and to keep the Same in repair '; EC. I.J. No ditchers trenches tit other; openings shall .:cannot be cured r.rrndernl fit for servicethe

re' r &.iuoca 11t-. M.lor_aY..ua11d1lC'M Jbr..ay p.r1.cU.a coaatNlha& .-the width; grade and, construction of the sidewalks on be made in any sheet or alley of this city bv any person Marshal or' any policeman, uPon application of 'the officers

? ...a ht- "oo miry**.ri*r rt.MMM....*.14.tstk Cterk ac". each street to be regulated by the Council ; and the inner or Jrpur..tinn.ithout such person or corporation first getting or agents of,anv society for the prevention of cruelty,
;t Cuvatt. (4otuI .! Jew sbwluff bad t lines of said sidewalk' shall in all cases be the line dividing ) a permit from the City: Council therefoi. Any ,one to 'animal! shall cause such. animal ,to be Immediately "' I
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s irarai.rs fWlNHaUt hH ill eve.eert1h4., mn si MUadauf.d. stosrJIUmiltlal TUIot the lot from the,street, a* may 4n >e been heretoforeor violating this section shall be, fined) riot) exceeding: fifty dollars killed.

'"w. may hereafter be established by the city surveyor. ;- or be imprisoned not exceeding' twenty dajs.SEC. SEC. 2.' Whoever overload, overdrive, torture, tor. emend

SEC. 4. Upon the failure of any person so notified to 15.* ;Any person or corporation using; hc public or deprives of necessary.substance'or unnecessarily .. .

#.' M., D. L. .Dodson. r I construct aid sidewalk within, the time and manner prescribed strcttsor alleys for placing or changing any pip;:s, rail wavs, I or cruelly beats, or mutilate, or kilU anvtlomestic animal t .
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{ .' ; by said resolution, the Council shall have. the same h)' Jrants, street lamps; shade tiecs or other improvements, or. causes or permits either of such offences to be committed ,
: rp rt ,done: and the charges and costs thereof shall be a lien un eranycontractorugrcemrlttvlththiscityorotherwi.c. within the corporate limits, shall,;upon conviction,4l '- .1

_, ..Crows.. ...sad....Bridge...,...'wort.... ..,w i.&ten.fcUltr. _, ssd tae against the said lots and be enforced by the city in like shall first obtain the proper street grade'and lines from the l he punished by a fine, not exceeding one hundred dollars, t

1-t-tf-at TITT8V1LUC. rU>RIOA.OR" .* manner. with mechanic's liens. Ci :j Y Sun evor anhe expense of the person,or corporationdo or by imprisonment not exceeding: sixty days '. -1
SEC. 5. The width of all sidewalks in Miami shall not ng: the work, and shall conform to such grades and SEc; 3. Whenever, any conviction shall be had :under !

J. be less than eight feet except as may be otherwise provided tin us when given. The fee to be paid therefor shall be the foregoing section one-half of the fine imposed and collected 7
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MUMI, n.u&ID.\, ', by ordinance and the,owners of abutting lots shall fiv' : dollars for each day or part of .a day's service ren- when such prosecution is instituted by the authorized ( > >

.e4leel ; have the privilege of planting trees not more than:one lered by such City Surveor.stc. agents or officers of a ,regularly incorporated society .,, the

Ors4iut, ,'Depant.eat NubrUW.Tvun.VsndcttrlltUsirmUy foot inside of the outer edge of their sidewalk. ; 16. All .gates opening on 'any street or alley in for the prevention of cruelty animals>> shall be.paid 'over .

3 .OfBtt .T.r CulrerlMMiie'* Drug 8U>r*. SEC. 6. No person shall place any trash, lumber, his city shall be hung, 50 as! ,to swing\ inwirdmil; not outvird to such society to aid in carrying on the humane world of I
Q Ji.d a ilcTiwrwij oae. ; wood glass or Other obstruction in any public street, lane, ( over any part of the street sidewalk. Any viola- the, same. : !'

C alley or way, or on-any sidewalk. Any person who shall io n of this section" shall subject the offender, ..vhethertheowner 1. d November. tsth', tSo6. p

:, place any obttructiont aforesaid in.any street: lane, alleyor agent or occupant of the property, to n line of? not I' -.- FREDK. MORSE, I, '

Dr. Jas. M. Jackson, ',Jr, way, or on any sidewalk, failing or refusing to remove nc re than ten dollars and knot less! than one dollar or l. President of CounciL. !

s;$ I the same within six hours' after being notified by the o imprisonment not ;to exceed ten days for, .i.-ich, offence ; Attest :: j. M, !GRAHAM City: Clerk. ,, .'\ .'

MIAMI .. I Marshal or Deputy Marshal or, having removed the,said every dav's 'continuance: to keep and maintain a gate ApprovedNuvember.. 14, 1806. S Jr '.* ', ? :* .

';z -' :'FLORIDA obstructions shall.replace the same or similar obstructions, lit of this ordinance after the offender has been I *--. RKtLI.Y, Mayor.iARTICLE '

Y .. + shall, on conviction be fined not. exceeding,: one hundred plainc..d of and lined,'!haMhc, regarded as :.n' additional .. "
r i Ogre l II-tro'OiU1' bllCU BTORX. 1-le' b I dollars, or be imprisoned not exceeding thirty days. Pro- violation of this ordinance. 1 XXII.. -A- 1

vid d, that any person or persons actually building or 'E<:. i'.- It shall not be lawful.for any penon-firm or 1 f I
about to build 'or repair building, or construct or i StocJt and Estrays. ..
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J. W. Ewan, any corporation to place any awning, lamp, hitchii.g, sign; telegraph .
'UNITED'STATES COMMISSIONER.. repair any \ewer or line of water or gas piping, may collect l. or telephone post or any other obstruction in an'vgir.tcr SECTIOV i.. Belt ordained by the Council of the City of

r -Nortsr Pi sue HTAts AT LAMS.- I and I lay all such materials as may be necessary for or drain in this city ; but the same shall l he placedins 1 Miami;, that no person shall keep any hope,cow, goat,hog '

-l BiacaJ1l. Bar, Dade
'' .:....... --- made. CorreSputxteocMi adjoining to where such building or: repairing is to be to notify all parties having: any post or other obstruct a house, shed. or yard, which shall be .kept constantly
:;i< .' Lade Urte4.IIU Ucll..d.coevrranrt Adarr* done, or in front of such building,: and shall have the priv'i- ion i in the gutters or drains of this city to remove the, and free from accumulation of manuredean and from .

'3t, rEAUKK: INN,. CUTOANLT GROVE, HJL1tJ Jege of using the sidewalk and one-third the width of the ra within ten Jays' notice. And if any'pet-on,hrm or offensive and unhealthy odors. ,Any person violating any
;' ,*' Offlc<< Ew.r'a Lao41uI. street adjoining i i or. in. front of said! building or repairs. corporation shall fail or refuse to comply with the provisipns .provision of this section shall, upon conviction, be, fined

-. Ana provided jurtner, the owner or proprietor of such i : of this section, the Marshal "hln'r 'mo\'e ,the obstructions not exceeding twenty-five dollars ,or be imprisoned, not

Robert R. Taylor.-.- materials shall cause a lamp or lantern, with, a good !and at the expense of the offending party, and arrest! and more than ten. days. .

Attoraeiy at-Sratw. sufficient light therein' to be securely hung up, placed or bring him or them before : who may punish SEC. 2, If any 'person owning or hating charge of

'" fixed on a post, or otherwise at each end of the pile of lima! or them by a fine not exceeding ten dollars.. or by imprisonment any horse: mule, ass, goat, bull, steer, cow, or. other cattleor .
MIAMI, Jo'wa D". material which may be lying in the street, lane or sidewalk five*
net exceeding days. hogs, shall allow the same. to go at large at any time
Office In Zapf. Bidding 1-8-tf and obstructing same; and in such manner as to I 1! Passed 1, November. 12, 1896. within the corporate limits, the same shall be'takcn up

: clearly and plainly show the place and extent occupied by FREDK. :\ ; and, impounded*by the City Marshal, or may be> taken up
such material. The said lamp or lantern shall be lighted, President cf Council. and impounded by any person. '. '
l A. 'R. Simmons, by said owner. proprietor or his employe, at or before Attest : J. M. GRAHAM, City Clerk. > .
After
SEc such animal is the
'dark in the and shall continue burn until 3. impounded, City ,
'1f. r .Att==aey: at- La w evening, to day Approvedovember 14, 1896. i', Marshal shall without
light. Any. <>violating the provisions .>f thU section I JOHN B. REu.LylIaJor.I unnecessary delay,notify the owner
:. UNITED STATE COMMISSIONERCOCO of same, if known ; and if the owner of same is unknown
... shall be hundred dollars be
AM UT UROVE. FLA.Oflh fined not exceeding one or I ,
I shall post not less than three notices, one of which
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si Bciidcnes., 1-lr-bi imprisoned not exceeding thirty days, or both.
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:: ARTICLE XX. .
shall be' in front of
the Clerk's office one at the city
f BW-MHHi BMW SEC. who shall and I
O teWHMM VWMM H MHB 7, Any dig or
person scrape up
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.. 'pound and 1 the other in a public place All of said no-
; dirt rocks sand from Regulations as to Dogs.
T. D. BROWN. carry away gravel, or any street, ,
bees shall give a description of said animal or animals and
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1 lane or. alley of said city without the permission of ;the SECTION ,
: \ : l. Be it ordained by the Council of the Cityof to'
the
: require owner thereof within. the next four [
City Council J. shall, on conviction thereof pay a fine ,not Miami shall be appear
ARCHITECT
sr that no dog permitted to lun at large, da's'iod redeem the eame. Providtd'that if the owner
;exceeding,twenty dollars and costs for each offence, or be 'uulel'such- dog shall wear a tag or plate, as H prescribedby of any' such anima| animals shall desire to contest the
Boom 4, Bnildjajc. imprisoned not exceeding thirty days. ordinance found without
> aiulany dog suchtag1 may be of
A justice} such impounding, or the amount of fees or.
Sic &V All erected in this in front of
awnings city b\' the Marshal member of the
caught or police force
a ,
+tl wthu, Yith.w4 any i made
,: 1 > charges on same, he may at'any time within the four
'booths and residence shall
extend the
stores to outer
under their direction and '
.. or
one acting
,ny imprisoned at allowed for
said
animal
animals
days redeeming
: edge of the sidewalk, and shall be, at their lowest point or'i the in for that appear
jail
\\l DR. R. E. CHAFER ear a place kept purpose.EC. beforejhc who shall
I Mayor hear and determine all such
;eight feet from the sidewalk and the pillar supportingsaid 2. It shall be the duty of the ,City Cierk to have
Jj S'J:'_ awning shall be placed on the extreme outer edge of tin matters complained of and shall decide the same accordingto .J
small of 'with
brass
prepared copper
tags or plates* or ,
the' of law and with the of t.
principles
equity fame right,:
the sidewalk and in other hall conform the
respects to "
the word "Miami and the for which the i ii is
.: Offioeover. J. Wstson's. Hard i year same the Circuit is in
Wt van standard which be appealto) Court, as provided now by law .
now prescribed or may prescribed by i issued,- and the number of ,the tag stamped thereon, bythe other
&or.. 1.9-ct cases against the city.
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ordinance Any person violating this section shall be fined first, day of January in each and every tear ; which: i
:not exceeding one hundred dollars and costs, or be impris- tag>, may be obtained by paying to the City Clerk one;; dollar 'SECJ 4. Whenever the owner of any animal or animals .
:" :: Jeo. W. Allen, oned not exceeding thirty days,.or both, at the discretionof nd t\\'ent'.fj\'e cents for each tag so purch'ised. Such impounded( shall'apply,to the keeper of the city pound for '1. 1

s ttQrn'ey at Law., the court. The owners as'well as the occupants of the tag shall be good for only the year for which it is issued. theVelease; of the same and shall: gh'e'lititfactory'idence!

booths stores and residences' shall be responsible for )the SEC. 3. The owner of any dog caught and :imprisonedas of ownership to said officer the same shall be released upon ,
'jr: KKT W HT. Pia, in front of said and residences of the fees For bull :
-'" '. awnings booths'stores con. aforesaid shall be entitled to the possession i>f said animal payment following : impounding any ,
L.( Will practice In all U ConrU, State and forming to the regulations prescribed by ordinance. upon proof of ownership and payment of, one dollar five dollars ; for impounding any cow, steer, calf horse '
. .V Faferid. a 1-9-tf. ass mule, sheep hog'orgoat, one dollar for feeding
} ,, SEC.: 9. ,All sidewalks any one :square of block shall into the city treasury.! ;
... be of uniform width and subject to: the approval of theCity S 'C. 445' The Clerk shall keep record of ':all persons horses asses or mules, per head for each feed, twenty-five i
:t I GIBS6N A: COLBY, Council. '. who shall 1 procure such tags, and if any person shall counterfeit cents ; for feeding cows; steers,.calves, goats, sheep and

>:., TONSORIAL ARTISTS SEC. 10. AU petitions for sidewalks! in addition to or UM antags not purchased as afoio aid, he or hogs, per head fClft'ach'feed, twenty cents ; Writing and .

.fe., n rUl. sttcntlva II'.. to tbe work 01tatr showing, the propsed Joc&tion1herrof! ,hall state the width she !shall, tiMiu conviction, W-, fined not exceeding: .fifty potting three notices of sale,,fifty cents ; .ale of each animal
r ..blt hlldrt-B MM! kla'eiBK ol Un b lr touUInx and character ofthe walk ilesired, the names of, owners dollars and costs.S ; twenty-five. cents ; ,advertising: same at. ost. .

P""e1I&__ off A swi to D KOBUM,walk...u..,.between eruwUa of abutting'property and residences, if' known;and shtillbe, iC. 5. All dogs not claimed 'within forty.sight i' hours Sco5'! )! In case the owner, of any ,stock impoundedwho
fJ' tea and-Rub Shop aueets.J w venue. signed by citizens or property owners along the street after being caught and imprisoned as aforeaki shall be shall be noticed, as in Section 3, shall fail to redeemthe

;, .1a-tr-ea MIAMI. FLORIDA where such sidewalk is asked for or by those using the con'eJed by the Marshal, or other police oficerouhide: same within four days from date of notification,'the

'1.*4 M M.M av M MW MM l way along 'which the proposed sidewalk is to be laid. .of-the city: limits and killed, unless he can dispose of them City Marshal! shall sell such Mock at 'public auction after ,

I>fa / Wm. Varnadoe, SEC. I t. When'the City Council' has ordered a side.ivilkputdown by s de for a price not less than the cost of a tag and thecost ha 'in [!..dnrtised 'the same"in a newspaper in the city of ., A
I II' Miami ,not less! than twenty-four hours previous to sale. 9 a
: or repaired on any particular street or part of impounding.) .
I', CONTRACTOR.; thereof in said city, the owner, owners or agent of the S c. 6. Any owner or parent, or guardian of a minor SEC,(6. After the sale of said stock, the Marshal shall y t

t Bock Work and Blasting a Specialty.r : property abutting on such street ori part thereof, shall owner:. of a proud slut, who 'shall permit the same to goat pay i into' the city treasury the proceeds, of said sale after, s ..,
j: m.\lu.sclltiUA. cause such sidewalk to be constructed along'his., her or large upon the streets of this city, or/upon/ any common -paving for feeding and advertising. ,

.'_.tundsMdotAppacaUu.. is-tt-ttr' their premises within thirty days after receiving proper 'or vacant lot of said city-or kept in' any rllce..in the SEc i7. If the owner of such stock shall give satisfactory .
frV notice of such order and shall repair such, sidewalk within 'public .\'iew, shall, upon conviction (thereof before the proof of ownership within twelve months after such

; twenty-four hours from the time receiving: notice :to Ma\or; be punished by a line not less than five ($5)) dollars sale;the net proceeds: : of such sale, after paying jail) fee .

'r John S. Frederick, make such rq>aill. Any such owner or agent failing.tocomply and costs, or \hJ imprisonment Trot less than five das and .expenses, shall ,be paid to:the owner otherwise it

-: Ciiil Eogi&eerand Smejor. with the provisions of the foregoing section shall and not more than,twenty: davsor,both fine aid imprisonment. shall belong: the city. "v ,
: :. lie>> liable to a fine of not less than five dollars and to a simi Passed November_ 12, ,

.''> ', Notary Pobtio fur: S6t. at Largo ti.. DiYid- l Ur penalty for any subsequent failure neglect after the, SEC. 7.- Any person who may have procured. tag and the .. :. 1896.1FtREDK.. S. MORSE, '

j,z.. IWUoaIar tag large Atluatii4 tr.ete.Odic. .. givea to said limited time has expired. saniej having become detached or lost may proture"another: !J President of Council..
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.axn tit, Mar v.-D. south stds. SEC. 12. AU sidewalks constructed or replaced in the from the City Clerk upon payment of .tvventfive cents, Attest 4J.| M. GKAIIAM,- City Clerk. ,

T* S 1-214C. ,MIAMI.. FLORIDA.' fire limits shall constructed of stone, brickor cement, and no other charge shall be made for such additional tag. Approved November 14, i&)6.. ,

and shall be, set to the grade and I line to oe obtained of Provided, that the record of tag kept by the City Clerk Jso. ,B. R KELLY, Mayor j

JOHI() DOrO. IlnDrA.Xx..CFI.. .. \ .
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; TIM l.a&ea' Health ..... KJeeulellr'. llealben T.mpl.u. : '-J 'c'J
: MIRRORS IN STOVES.
.. t The latest health fad fs paper pil Th tt'Wlll'1\2 India are to be lighted :, i
,{: -'. Over a Testa u.rl. II4'e., Z..etq That 3Pr..U.s t. lIu... Dsa lows. The paper is torn Into very small with electricity, for example having i O C.OUTTEELL
i.'i. )Xd.lltpoU 1IaD4t.. Xlaad. *-t.M 1""....... B. urt. pieces and then put. into a pillow sack been set b> the great shrike of Sivx
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Stock ol SMt4ei ol ll lfftt WM
"' 1.1,... A mirror la the palm of the jglore 1* of drilling or light ticking. The pillow at K biMlrrlt',near M Ul is all.i'n r.')11>11.

rm- "... -- .... -,- th. latest novelty With 1U U51atanIta' are very cooling in hot weather and and U to lie followed by t b."i: j ijliy va .t PRACTICAL .
,' owner Is enabled to be sure that her art said to be superior toff other ones and ancient foundation of the. \;atiikotla. ..
L ;i ,for Prompt Work go to -' bonnet Lon straight and also that her :,e"sr-afen are not nice to use, as they I in the same island. In uo longtime Shipwright, ; 11
,; *" S A. BAKER curia are In perfect order. She ca.a I1kt-o hare a disagreeable odor of printer' i others Mill adopt the same improvement Caulker and -
9. WM ascertain If her bow Is at the moat ink but brown or white paper and oU till all the holy plates! of I
'" Ars. D. aid 4th St.! becoming angle at the proper time. letters and envelopes are the (;co.t. The the" Ilt'nlnaula srrtpo rr 4. All these things and a hundred other, finer the paper is cntor torn the lighterit pressing. a button they, can be inf inty!
Iagws 'aid" ,Dflip+ CUt Important from a feminine 'poInt of the pillow. illuminated, like a modern hotel, or Marine [ ': ,"flfisMM
view she can find out on the street without theater. Toe innovation is enough to ,
BaiitofUttbtctoskat'iiowzar attracting. the attention of passersby. I'r per AdJwst_.t ., ....K make Siva and Vishnu aid even the o Railways'| .
.. nucas.. .'with the aid of this almple contrivance. The deep sub of ribbon U mush worn great Brahma himself ga p and stare. and Boat Shop. '
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fashionable '
by women. It U .
ALso, > tlij't.tly .' 1 Sp)cul attention paid to lannehca; All work Joo with nsatncM and diipateh.ty.Hbop ., a
in
The inventor of this device has so a.- pointed .front and ia fully a quarter
i. ranfed the little looldaroiass in thepalm of ;a yard high It Is. in fact,one.of bat It Owe B"T"cll f south side Miami river.Dear tbs bridge, '
.Qeleralll ksiithIag, '. the recent 'Irena We are told that it .is nice of our .
of the the 6Nov
glan as not to int.rfcrtfwith borrowings Mark W-ifar98 [ MIAMI FJ.A.
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business what ...II'Jr onr.l culso .
t. men
'and'repairing:: of(aH':kiadsTil* the shutting of the hand.. He ha Antoinette period. 8I.illrulIJodj"teJ' 1
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t; 14"- ... '' likewise taken the pree&atloDofruUIllIr It is pretty and teecming. Lot put <>u we are to bold our lives in rcustar.tperil. i .
f ftrsUcUas shop ia
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and at the drunken '
. .. It ia the left-hand glove, ao that when by one who doesn't know hoe it U mrreyaf rnprineers. / .; ;
# ; .... SMEIM Tfic PII ;PUS its owner shakes hands with a trice .t stiff end ugly to the last t--Cf"1 It drunken conductors (lntr.Vm GEORGE B. BARKER .
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f will not observed. should have the look of easily cuuthiug. sea captains D t"D driver* dru: I cu ,
.. tb lieiit itilleoil trorkmaa. .Gir. hisi1.141yg lines polwwm-n. drunken doctcrs. dnu.l t:1 '
and
} \. It-is not the fair-.ex alone that: win suggesting of the ligure.
.atraL,: hoodlums' drunken men: of every ejits: ,
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lad this Watchmaker
tr ingenious contrivance oseful Jeweler
; i .. T Ore of the czarina's tcvtrst posses- any one of whom ma>'cau:." curtVa":: and i-/ :
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.. .. Men are quite.vain. the . .
... .. women .
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T *-" .> -.r_. ", ; -" lions is a railway ear of her OTU;,rxjultitcly when in1o\icaUrd: ; and yet wr linvono t. 1#! '.
: latter claim, and will be to" I.1 .
byanjrpb- 1J.
.L "ABjjnt"bb. Vra jraebliaff and mold seen i r
ia satin iw1 right tJ cgaSnst the trar.iwhIch .
)( :lib to ss Ih* 6&.st o rMia tb* Ubltsdas40sabea eerier 4o look at themselves ia every ; upholstered rose r.Lth protst e :Pyammcs Bcu mxa. )(u o.l'L&. ",.:;,.4:
'I' vlcctricity. Ths o( works ruin and destructjs: ca f
-11$ t :.Ntap.llsisI4...., BUosTB some111.tra bWi it* ..,bia*..si...' Joan mirror the/:: ',pass" _, on*,.the_*.' ,street._ -N. Y., lighted the cocfartexnU by : are covered wish: every ''hantl-.safrguW.-: .. B painna. promptly" 'and can*allv atWDded'to.. AU work<< fnarantoad. .: : '
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t-,', '..., 1.. .......ftodtnfsoalisuiwk., ,, ,. -' f ..is miter Urcs. .. -.r.-" 1 A full lane ofcpecUcI, MM!eye alwajs on btod''. rI +
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; 'x.". .A',k M'N'l'U' % ;ov. 10, Ih1Nl.To If poA"lblegold renerve.I That uih Little Bros. Fertilizer Phosphate Co:
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Money I !, Money! .' di's. tine i u.i ion would necessary maybe ;
,: Money IIIO! L:'litor 4 the llna"'l. seen in Ih..I.t"'l"ot of Mr. K. "If i .i
: Th.*es'eni frt niltrrand fur 1'400 i*
'II ... a legal tender, it''couid be used to I"J'I .
rha.cd a %rnli.i"t rria aril by the .
1-1'1.. or the rnitetl Mali ,oagaiu..t its, over five hundred millions of govern :I :
meat and almosti '
r..Vt'uu.r Fear
but an its. atliiuaieM. : claim that it'i.. to orJji&rni&
These Bargains in Furnit'ure. IH. cuitinutrl and r""lw,1'd| in hash< it much moren municipal the, way of state, Manufacturers rtilWn. .1
< I cmnty, and taxes.
4uC .L..' I1w arlicli u I
play n< ) aIWs" In
Palmetto Fibre Matresses $2.50Vove Wire Cots $2.00, (:"tirje )I. nubbtusen r""r'klif IIflycrut"I "!Jut will not so much all ver bein-

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Chairs 60c, Floor Matting, \VindoShu: s, Oak dollar, |>itltli I .lifl i.. your italic of (h'l.fllih. and gn to a premium' ?" The accuracy Tom /p Grn : Th article in < iir+l mi In an on<* i.
h | tke
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s. Bed ,Boom Suits and everything in my :from lbesthrr.tuadIMrlnI, but his preiiif of the no-called! U tic.hatit's'lawcatinot ,. 0')
le The history -
? line at remarkably low prices. _arefallacuusaiii( liiun i couclusiohM reaxMiably(,r all free silver questioned., countries contra Little' Bro Vegetable. No. 1, and Lithe Bros. Tomato Jj

,...... ... atscL $oiin "C'zI.4en. 'rmbalzxaia ,._ -
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it, the cheaper has pecial) are the Best.Brands on the '
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or a clieapditllNrbiit. U lil" : tthe .
:': "w Ca110rwrite EDWIN NELSON government, lay niaktnjr. ilia It'gall..... out the better, and gold ,has vanished market for tomatoes. :
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public; private '
; 1-2-tf-ga:'\ Elevenlb St. bear, Avenue D 3Ii i+n L-, would make. the pn>|>ordUMful liter dollar prd' lId. No man would I loan gold dollars Ellis, Williams channels of
or put them out in the ,.
alt n-4 gold. and tbrrr 'ore eqilil to U-ga t ItdhL *. ,
t' trade with the reasonable' certainty of t i :t

: .it-no.ml)' rent dollar but a gnUIalii. getting back fifty cetitj j silver ones. In I ,. "' .....'

.U one.Slaking order to be profitably! employed they -. s
Fredk. S. Morse, a.iy kind of mon -,J'legal tenIhe muat first_ be converted intu: silver, J
,: .der in an> i-oiiiitry for4tU -(. > t-irrula- The c of liifetim. .
'. whrresilver bullion could be bought once a, .... ,
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>n cheapest, and so enter
a its.value. In the principal iher "iIlK I ail ,equal footing ( PI NOS AND ORGANS AT 'A SACRIFICE .1!
REAL tvuhlries of the uorld, 'hoi ding about I trade !
; 1ty preventing an, adverse ..
: ESTATE $ !,(CU'UIlUO' ,( ,( in,..iher, or i ne half 4>f Wa purchased January last abe Iml&oatol Piaao,, Orgua. Bhiit "
the world frup giIyr.iFver| in I'full legaltender bilancewith Europe we. .can keep.our Kalic and Musical loetromeoU. ot UM A.B.Campbell Ob. Wa are. eJoeiag oat U .
all of themone gold money at home." ;, ,Is not the preventing took o( Piano aDd Organa. onbeard of low priors to make room for a all ti..of :
Miami Dade Co. : and yet! in any and of an adverse} .trade balance the oelebratod Copovar, New England Sobnbart and Ktolpb.ry PI..,.. W. faatov \.
f: Florida, dollar in gold will toil ty buy t,,'b rather of a largecontract and especially tba folloW Pioooe, which an worth from $100 to 1X0 more u.a ask for then: .'
ih'.r.dulla.I. t'. the nilvcr dollar, orhsraliihvaleut .. HkUM Bro '. ta&k..1..i..U '
8t r1. wet..N. .1300 jl a o. t
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so< when gold !seeks conversioninto ICY ., Sehebert. U ............... a7ti
I in il\er; 'tthatetrr itma'lie silver! :Theories will not stand in .. .N. .I" ......,..,.......... 'OO MAleolBtLer. will N. .......t..,;..- -- "'1.-. t
AGENT FOR LANDS OF I called, is i worth only flU) cents N .. X w.t........ ........ ,... *oo tinitzr, .b.N............. a d'
t ('OlUllt."tion.with'' cold: .facts."Like 4'. e. :: .... 400 .
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ill K"MWhat rt'a".II.bllKr..ulld .. yaamrnoa'i

it'.. Florida East Coast Railway ,CoM |'eha\e wejhat it 'would': d' lie worth causes cheapdollar produce would like drive effects out,:gold and root(he 1d cC... .ff. a wab.wal. .................... mo KMbeOrua.Hi .............i..N .so
f more Iwre? 14- f he Jl I jpil tenderdittuiii I .:...:.............. m ....... "NN..N.N r7I ,
Florida East .Coast Canal and Trans. Co., ahy v. and branch except as! an article .ofmerchandise. .. T ...b. ........... : w&l. .. ...... .... '
of this counlrj. witii its great With'tbe H"De.Brot" ,.:................. trpp'li.w br a!sane. eb ............ .... ,. ."
1ay.irtBostonand Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. free coinage a ..............,..... Ill J..II.'r.. N ........ .... lit I
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.... .j I IMtwrr any' jnorealuable of silver its production would te .. 'S i .................... 1M MerrU, .............,..:. 101
,. t.t .. r I than that. of other"'? 'iMiriiig I the civil largely. increased and I it, is very doubt: Some of these Piano bay. been noted. but w* bass badlliMi r pelf Md and ':;:
war the Mt-callt-d grerubaeks were ..them to be ftfniKitd.
; .. '& fill 1 if its gold. value would be bighei: pnt in tborongb order and we par. aahafaotory or mooey
r '' made legal leaderutd ') 1HUI the We tarnish stool, seed ioatraeUoo book aDd deliver Lab.' JaokaoanUa. 'Oaah 'i

; Frederick gold '.alu..r .'t't1". dolla than now. or Installment' Sheet Jfoaia at half prioei. Write oa. ,!,
average
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Dearborn W e should have then ii debased cur- I "
washr.eenta.IfthtIegalt. llderglialitj | Fryer & Bradley Music Co.
renc) of fluctuating value with gold an ,
could.,not, hold the pa ear dollar. I -
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1. which w'aa rttleemable in g< Id coin .1 I t \
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than to quote from the.Encycltpudia B. F. I1JIER Jr. Jacksonville Fla. '.
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: REAL ESTATE lu.llUw could it hold up i isilver fifty cent Brittanica: .;, "

dollar with free and unliuitedcuinagr ....\ more pressing case than the"fore- t' .,."","'!'
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t! Choice '.MIAMI Lots at Reasonable Prices.r then lit ullf' standard silver dollar aliecause .exists is that numbers of k severe social BRICK BRICK. '

4- \ paril with .gold ll' Not. ,alon* i it crisis pie are, when burdened large with, debt I ,of end the ade-peo> : + BRICK t t tI

V is a legal tender but b -cauitscoinagi' ,
*, ,- Authorized agents for the sale of the Brickcll (South Side I I Ih of preriation of the money standard.
is liniiltxl and lHHan of policy
lots, the.moist desirable residence portion of Miami. seems the simplest ,mode of escaping
... ? the got eminent to maintain all _itsMoir East Coast! Brick Co. a
from critical situation. What-
i" Aleo g'tod tracking and fruit laoda io email tracta. ;' ), pjKT| and silver at Ilarily with I I so a I J
For price end term. addnaa ; relent ever may IK the inducements to enter ,
gold. This parity i in al |> maintainedby -
; on the perilous course jof tamperingwith Jacksonville =
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making all legal tender, and : \
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.... h) making 110\Ihieerlllliliatityi! again! has incontestibly proved I YIIUFICTU81I6 GOOD DiD; BRIO, lID HATE BEST F1CILIIIK ...1.1I
=-tf-g Miami and Cocoanut, Grove Fla. its own money, in receipt of obligation t !! ite'disaetrouseffects. One of the great
for dues for reaching poiata UM East Ooaat. Will ii.. low ptioaa. !
tn the government as! t custom: causes of the weakness of France during I oo Try

etc. We liold to-day in our c Iire.nlation "the- hundred years:,war'* was the :I! \i J:8., SMITH,Jr.. O.l Maaagw. \
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? '; more ilea coin and bullion than gold, extremely debased state of its currency 8 p.4 to Dec 4 r ; JaokBooriDe, >PJas "

= a!; ; THE .NEW BAKERY. aUmt 3iiJtf more than France which and the dread of further reductions ]I I r ,'t ;.

has 40',, more gold thall'WI', i lid standing in the value of that coins. Lord JIA

12tb Street, wet of Paaaeogw third in amount of iher, ""diaand Macaulay has given a graphic delrlP-1
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; Rye, Depot.Bread UiOu t from its depreciated silver currency -
Fre5 Vienna, : it i Iii an open question how lojig I a parity towards the end of. the ,seventeenth Ideal Plileapple Fertilizer ;:
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Home Made, between the two metal can be century. And a debasement

maintained. with ,prcjMtnd ranee jufe brought about by design possesses a -t. i Price -
: Graham -- : -- $25.00 Per'Ton. *
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the baser he.1.0111 ll I uperaier further element ofev.il by (creating

f .t :Baked daily std Delivered Free to any part of town.B lion or '.'.ne-llall..I""" 4 heney | Ilio- 'bel er that ..similar: devices will soon be GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: "' T- : .t

; driving tul the belterpreented. 'art he again resorted to. 80manifest are the Ifoiatnra. Ito 10 par:least '
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<&,Ba oa.Oak* .Pica. Ev rythisgflrst.elasa" Specialty fresh C'Ooff'CIiooa '"
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.. wri- Amonia 4W ", uPbo.pborlc .
,It modern ... la the ')Iilliun..r tll" to e
f trod Duo I nave one toe moat: aDd&it*claw 0. Picnic aod excursion evils thaI result from debasement thatt j : '
'. ter,the sale of Uuida liy this adnainistratiou Acid ft to 6 < > 7:,
abort notice. .
t I' ; partiaa temiabed on may be reasonably hoped that all PoUah. (actual) 6O6 ,t
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i ADAM: MAYER Proprietor; to maintain the K"1', reeer e ;
j civilized governments have abandoneJthe '' pj Cotton Sets Nitrate Soda '
Hade Excliuivtly BHgkt Meal of Blood, Bout w i'I
.. ir. rr..r 1 d Wu tTtrrtalaf Ire ot chart lUmsubcr the t1ae. lAh:. btreet.jutt: wait i has been not toO mia L. befausc of deli practice forever." Dissolved PA .p1a4te. Ti.'Orouad' Tobacco. Sttuand ; '.
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1: i.i. gold' was received for cu!
.. this. iioiidiM-riuiinatio'i. Out of a "A healthy infant sleep: moet of the .r for lrnll.| '
rtceivedtoms We Cirrj'I line Firtfllxir( fetirm/C.< l 1 .... Tike hut ,Punk lit : '
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Fred :Rutter: of 7.J.S8ls5:{ : for cus- lime during tua.first few seeks," ..yel b. ..
in the I wo and one-half yea re,January New York Slat? Medical Journal "aodiu Write for priers before buying. We.seek He grower trade direct. !

CONTRACT AND BUILDER. l.t. 1MU' to Jiine.SOth KiNt, only the early yar people arc dicpoaed to I 1 WILSON & TOOTER =4
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{All Kinds of StoneWork. Plans and Estimates .ixorat>* uyearaolJ, wheuacbool( begins, The Fertilizer House of Florida, f,:

{ : tarnished' Free. tll.. ..Iat metit in reference: to the this. AbHible policy cornea to an end and l-18-tf-if I 7&&eLnoaivui., Fioxsas..

FLORIDA. 1-Wf. redemption of silver dollars ai d rertitflcaies sleep ia put off peral.aeDtl throogU'all to* CHAU A HABITKX Agent. Miami C.M. Bxowx' Agant, Cbooanat Orora .
MIAMI, i H a trills. mi!... op to msnbooJ slid wom.nbood.l I : '

silver dollars, like gold coinare not At the age of ten o'.I.yea', l ; the child la .

redeemable. but about I.V:>,uxi.i), <>treasury allowed to sleep only" :sight or nine hours, .

I 1'! '. ;' ".' ::1 uotes under the .Shrrman" tics: (paid. when' iU parenU abould insist oo ita bating I Four Winter of 1897.: t dam'C

I'p :i,.: out for eilver) are with the greeubai ksredeemable what it absolutely De ed., which ia. I t

: t' :: 'q> III "coin... The practice of tea or eI I YeII at leaaL Up to twenty a '

l : ;, the Treasury 'hi redeeming its win .,b. youth Deed nine boar sleep. aDd ao Choice O C Bud4I Florida Oge l .
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Jortt7. \ ; demanded. and silver when i lit de-
sleep is one of th*cry lug ails of the day.
'. manded.. Th government not dis- Tb want of proper rest and normal con- '
Fruit and
't 1' criminate, against it. .*w Ii 'olnt. ditmoa of the nervous system, and acpeei :GIdp m

The gold hiliI' of our pap'r' legal ally the brain, prodaoea a lameotabl condition .

j. .i ;' tender in war'times* was M clidi fig scale deterioration in both body and Strictly First-class' and True to Name. :;
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depending on the public confident, tintack mud aod exhaustion, excitability, and Ale Fetch, Pram and? Ttsi..Gna.4 r'et.......1tNtt1 errr I'Iaatl, Bosh.sN 1a het t,:r 'rl.tI
THRIVING
1 ? T SUBURB of it, for final redemption. ] but the iotelWtnal disorders art gradually tak- qt! ..rn1a1.qpon..u&-claII. '.. $-1
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''"' g'oldalue4if the silver dollar orieall ;
I I Jail propom log the place Of the lore of work general '<
= would be known at all time ioidatire." t GEO H. WRIGHT, Orlando, F1a. V
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i e vrf .4..... by well being and the pirit of, ,kt.t.a.pdif.h. ,
i "1," the value of, the silver bullioa la it, -- '
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'" ,, t. .ttlcln'.lut' would be about the same Speaking of a current item. that magnufie ..M..-
ff1_ .-:, <, FIFTY LOTS SOLD THE FIRST WEEKI I the world oter. 'It could hot bie, worth tbedangers of licliag postage stamps, !. ..if.::

i ,L"1 r f .a) p l.i per ounce ,in gold here and The National Druggist sapThat UM J. W..: WATSON "

o only 03 cents in gold per ounce i n "Ib.r habit of licking stamp ia ODe not to be -
'i Size 60x100. Price $50 to, $100; $10-to,$20 cash and countries without drawing I to, our commended ail will grant.' It k not --DZALEK IH:-- !

I ;:: $10. per month. Alley in rear of each lot. shores the surplus clock of tl.<> $3kU) cleanly to ray the leak, sod that'it might '

"= uiu, \ One mile from the business centre of Miami proper. Hardware Ship Chandlery x;
plain for
rtatemeut ia too arg umenUlK b.. source of contagion or infection maybe ,
r East of the railroad, close ,to the Bay. Buy a >e a'ny sane man sal,pile w l"UUld. admitted; but when ODe takes into | 0 ..,J

'lot now while they may be had cheaj by legisslati'eenaetuoentorau other cooeideralioo UM'milliooa sad nulliooaof Stoves and Tinware. .. \ c'fi

'*. way, double the valuation of our own times it baa been done without foniabiog -' .
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Supplies
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stork and product and the {surplus I single weil-antLeatkated instance .

likely to come to Uat under thai we are aware of, where di.. i Paints: and Oils. .. }, ya",

ROBBIHS 'GRAHAM &: CBILLIHGWORTH tiom r Thi proposed (' : i ...* baa been directly traced to it, we Tools '
r.Ul'hf'lIdi- Farming and Amaaitiofli: :i
.. for private account and think that w. are fairly entitled to call '
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meut having no repon the '.ear* iUm' a men bacteriological. ,. ,
Carpenter's fools i -
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: rA1ai Mthir t'rMidentlal Candidates have received 1 I I however special' importance because I Florida paved street. It)U certainlya Mr. Hauu'i- ?Pineapple 1 PaUL lay Wed Tirtmea. ;

a much larger majorityolp tbejelec.I IIthu.been I held that the constitutional great improvement on the streets From UM.WubiOfUw HUf.Mark ,. I A Jolly crowd'of Key West boy* .arrived

,, total rotes tliantlaf> tr Ki.Jell#I amendment take effect from of. Orlando, which are,"paVed"With haunt i* graving piappla. bare last Monday; morning en ,
'1'D - ..w,.,, received at the late election. For !!the date of such official This aUtemsat. will com* aa somewhat ( route to; Fernandina to attend the '
i&L*" proclamation. clay. There are whole blocks bn
? ? Nttwar PraTBK of shock to tbos who think of Mark State FJmnrn'i'' tournament. They .}d'-}
'A ..2'aO.v 'p.. !mace Sara' i instance, in: 1864' LioVoln. received i;;t The State Pardoning I Board other r'streets" at Miami ',which aregraded lianas only aa a.political engineer. ,Although left :tner? on a special, train about.an. (i-'

MR -... ..... .... :. "'_ 'eta flectoral I Iotis*giinit at for J JDJul '!has already been reorganized In pur through rock, with a solid b* M ';> b* loves .tb* hour a/Ifr they arrived on the) Clty.of':

life Pa".a toast hbl(tatag :-- ltu. Grant .ind 1872 received !:suanceoE. the amendment wh ch relieved roadbed' and-where such is the case little. pUMappI patebItbat grows peso Key West, but will probably .have a Jk:

'I.- : 281 electoral I 'rotes:Against 42 forGreffyv i the Supreme 'Court I iudges it is practically paved.: In1 other and apiney ont and of I chance to stop and Inspect our city on't: :
; -1 i f i j Ds&l. busty, Florida ,Twic*within .be tbeir back. '::'
Cleveland 1. 1893 received ; from acting as member of that places, on the same streets;,where the way .L.t .i'
t"'GI"1f""R list rigbtoea months 'I baa- b tnra d bieroot..pe
: The excursion consisted of the, Key
0..Jtu.... ...... exactly the,tame majority of electoral body. grading is through sand, or part f
.: ..- ...... .H..._1. t oNHbb. from the Norb to UM Sooth. West band of 17 pieces, M firemen and .
,r .... ataat.O.t......._............p.........p.........N.__,N a ..1 alt&ytftiaia N Votes over Harrison* that MCKinley The new Board has already assuaned sand and. part rock, of course: ,that BeytlralUIDN has ; Ifanna slept in a number vitisrns.. The whole party v .:s;
.. "" .., -- ... -"- Bryan. its duties, and in the case portion of the street could no't he the palmetto thatched back that stand II joust have numbered nearly. one hun :
.' rover
J.. ;>!-1 ( Rates.r ,, I of Driggers, the Duval cunntj- murderer designated as pa\.ctl.We '. shaded tiy whispering >in tire oo tbdgs difd. The officers were as follows:' '

.a'. Bra; l w'k ? THANKS to ':;liberality of Hen. has changed the death penalty have explained the ,situation at >of Mark Hanna's >in wppU. patch. B. .'.11. 'Bowers, chief;, W. T.. Baker ,
It WM about two JTMUS ago that tb* asuUtant'chief U A;walker, foremanof
t" lid ..y / j / T its : ry M. Flagler as expressed through I to imprisonment for life 'and; has some ,:length,because! it.ha<>ever been pioappl0 fever brok. oat in Florida adbaram lluok and Ladder; Company No. 1;,,

'= g = the:Fort Dallas.Land Company, the refuse-I to interfere in three other. : our aim never to permit {any exaggerated .., vir leutly epitlMnifl that pin II. I*. J"wt'n. foreman of Tigers No., ..y:

w city "JU) | be'enabled very shortly to criminal but not capital cases I : statement to appear'in tike anal HatwonJ "laud., wlicb befor bad *; and P. K. llanson, foreniaQ of : ,J

to : The amendment With columns.Ve not bn worth '33 an acre, ..,. *nduVuly 'There four
Li have a substantial jail with a council cluing away expect if \\ e arc an)' I Tigers No. 3. were competing .
S ay katfen r. OMc2 Oeatspe j Nfe.disasassrs UNar..e lies! room and Mayor's office in the sec; the necessity of the Supreme Court thingto; lie: reliable and not :,acquirea bold at $kl au and teams: The hook and Ladder'
to clear an acre .' $40. Mr. Company This'is crack,
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and story $of the same building. filing written opinions with ,I" decisions reputation for being sensational.: I Ilanua WM ffitUoelMred I'alm Bracb. ( lluok end Ladder team of tb* $tate. '"

try q'P jA. Now that we ;have a. jail provided being. now 'in force, it i it presumed Out news gatherer may hv misinformed j where the hotels .t.ar A a day daring It baa neVer been defeated at any eon:. "

for is very"necessary that,the citi- that body will be ale to as to certain contemplated: thre moiitus of tb* jrei rand $1 a wk tr.t iu !which it has' participated. '

'zel.! ;> -, f take some action in an make some progress in catchi igup improvements! but our readers may dm iog tbo other" nine. Well Mr. Manna Knterpri
wy. LT.1Mb.Carter area.,Guiwis west W ralw more aerY.,r1..rl.. organized; manner looking towards with its docket which four rest assured that no exaggerated was tottrdinir there of rinK a |ba-day.et.on. I 1 I men. :Tiger How Company, No. I, 00. '.(
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n,ah.rtl.er lH .st fte.s the construction of a suitable school years .tahnicnt'or anything not based on .
Co,1Cer werf, r7.r i\nO'1 $ ( his Mom], and be boughtan Xo. 4,10 men. j
;.latendta_ 1b. Past.alr at trla l, row.aea building and have the same, ready The amendment It of reliable information w\\\\\ ever ape acre' of pine land from B.presmiUtr. I J I r
for the next' fall term. \\'e have soecial local interest to aden- Dear in these columns intentionnllv., I jntou of M c'biKaD.bo' own a big I The fart that Prints BUmarkt has \

'.'-' :.. Jerl..rw1Aa.adrened- -uMI-I no doubt if the citizens would take; is that which increases' the sulk "GI NaI vviiie. neetls rio I bush."" tract along the Bwc*>o* By CnaL I been made an bontr.ry ![. D. has beta '

,.'!, k,eM....Mcb.. ,,dtslu cad sawey onIeh.cia WrRtrt '. some organized action in this mat. Ilion of justices of the peace jut'thosecounties The !truth about Miami.is' ; sufficientto 'i Mr. llaiina'. 'acre lS** bet. eo tb* I L I widely noticed in the dally presv. According -
.. : FAIT COAST rCBUSDINQ CO.I I'' .. Atlantic Bod, the Ev.rq lades. 800 .mil<* to a Berlin correspondent of
tcr and committee ..consir where county) e es mike it. attractive in the of
appoint
-- : a ; j eyes south of JackanotilM.!. Uocl. MOM.llawkioa .I The lancet, there was a substantial
'"' FLL, PMT" MOTMBtl M. ISM.i derable'funds could be secured for tabli.hcd.from $50 to $100 it1 civil prospective settlers, and we realize a .FlotiJa .p'ubli a... Mt.Dda"" | reason for this paricular kind of honor.

r..1 .'. building the school house during the cases. It practically! gives justices that it;is far letter to fall' short of it, and send m moutb4 crop 'rtport.lo 1 He says: '"Tbedlploma was presented
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? "1 ..."" coming. winter._ Many wealthy of the peace'' in such counties the doing justice in our descriptions '" J the that b* would t**>ar>T "%rllb" an acre of of the establishment of the
interest '
.-' people take an active in the same jurisdiction they,possessed before what is being done in way ofimprovements .
1 I hNmioock land with tbsnn at meridian Imperial Health OM *>, and it s lall11IH'0tioos
,. matter of education and. 'would be the county courts were estate At Miami than. to'ex.* and the mosquitoes in oil bloom ban that tbU central board,

as likely to subscribers; liberally for lished. This amendment is aggerate.' People who, come I here to write out 'dat'port tji Mars which administration C'Ontrol.lbc sanitary of the and Cmpiie hygienic .

.,4t'. a ac.hpol house as they would for a J portance to Brevard and Ohim. and tind a better place than, they expected lInoer."t own its origin to the Prince. The new ,

"t.P churchor any'other worthy purpose.If ties which both possess 1 ,to find will he agreeably l surprised Card of Thank;. M. I).. is alr.ady.a. possession of the
The ladies vf l.emJII City wish to honorary degrees of Doctor" Law .
... we could raise a' substantial sum courts. Remember justices o : the and.more likely to make their their thanks. to I Iexprt'liit all the friend. Durtor of Theology, and Doctor of ?,

during the coming winter'by private peace in Dade and Brevard con nties homes 'here than if they come I expecting whueoutributed! t l'art7" having Philosophy been, 'conferred these academic'upon distinct bin by f.

subscription and.by giving some kindof I now have jurisdiction in cases \\!here to find! a place as tar advanced given at the .....id tbe1'I }lr". L. w. other universities.. .,

I an entertainment for the benefit I the amount in controversy docs not II.; in the' way of paying and I I"i..rce for tile 01 the stormsufferers.
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j .. prut.-eedll Tb Florida X.,. are known by nm -
The
's of' the public school we have no exceed $too, instead of only $50, as other improvements as Jacksonville, uet.I were all over UM Unit.1 But** ,Very tow people
Do NOT fail to read the valuable doubt that the County School Board it was before the official proclamation for ill such will be disappointed' and $ralo. R1pecUullr f however bar any oocptiod of. ,what
IhSTANTON.
historical article which in they tire lien.
i appears I will be as generous as possible ,'in of the result of the State lec- turn their backs on us with f disgust.! -.--. r
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this issue telling all the facts about '
announced. ''
tion'was
their appropriation next summertoaid o Come: and sec Miami for .yourself.

7<(" old Fort Dallas as disclosed by the us in putting up a school building Imagine what you ought expect ----------r l ;

-*,r>, War.records' of the U. S. Department of 'which will be a credit to Miami OUB PAVED STREETS AND OTHER I to find' in.a place which ,,has only Bank of f .

wad vicinity IMPROVEMENTS. l i had a ;;.railroad! 'for eighth:I months, Bay Biscaynei

' "- Now that the political campaign -- A paragraph appeared in.our !>tissue where, the lots were first placed I on
the effect that six sale ten)months and wee are
CULTURE 07 CITRUS TRUIT8. to mil ago certain
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U over,and the winter season aboutto .
wouU The Land Department. of the streets "were being paved This you will be surprised( at the remarkable .
begin! ; It not be well for I MIAMI, FLORIDA. -
.r our business men to organize, aBoard Florida East Coast Railway Com statement was contained in an'drig- development of, 'Miami .

4. 'of Tradt'' or Business Mcn. pan' has been very successful in inal article. In the same issue we and at how much there is| already i 1X001 MgATXD UlTDU THX LAW..Of FWaID1. : '
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.t. .:League?, An, organization of that getting colonies to locate on the line' published an article copied from J the insight :in the, way of those improvements j, .:.,. f of. 'f$ .' .
of its road between here and LakeVorjh. Cocoa and Rockledge News, which Which constitute the foundation .
kind be of benefit ,
r: might] great to Conducts General ,
\ The new settlements of contained the statement that Miami of a good-sized, permanent t: 1 ears M. BROWN a BankingBusiness.
1k triecjt/NifanHways.
.!: B rf .: Tcjf _*, Modulo I) and Halland are said to be has "miles of paved streets." These i town. ; lIO r.. Issues Drafts pn lAth

& : / I Jl U. f* irfatery 'flourishing Condition,.andipaoy items have been criticised by some III Arnold R. R. McCORMICK.Vic Parts of the World. Accounts
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- THE: fishirrj industry issomethmgelse Information Aboutthe Boy -Piwi Solicited Con "
< o of our valued
ncMr. seUlcn ate, expected .subscribers who have: t
that can be established on; aj' The people of Biscay Bay who satyrs CHARLES H. GARTHIDE. sistent With ConserVativVBanking .c :
arrive and mice their home in_these asked us to point out the six''' mile' oJ'
about iwo CA ...
largekcalc.at ,rliimL' Unhide of theM living here years,ago will Extended. > ,
"piaces- "during the. coming winter. of paved streets. They had not noticed remember that two young-men, named ; \
fish but
Bay are frequently scarce,
Every [ colony which is planted that in our 'own remarks Ivy e Henry and Dalton Arnold,disappeared .
outside of Cape Florida, on theN 1 ,I ,
along the line of the railroad'south spoke only of fix miles of streets in a mysterious manner. These two ; '"-
reefs, there are as greata,variety offish I young gentlemen lived upon i tract oi .0 POrraErrrs:, ,::
of New River I
will do a large part, "being paved, nor had they kio- :
1 and as manof'them as can be land which their sister,''Margaret ,A.
of its trading at Miami and will benefit Seaboard National Bank. York.
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: found anvvvhere on, the Atlantic tell broom, of Lexington: Ky., had purchased .
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} Coast.' ., this city. We should do all in from the Jirirkell. They lived Nat'l Bank of[Jacksonville, Jacksonville. .
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I our'power to encourage the settlement Miami "has miles of. .caved streets1'!' in a small house upon the property
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. it (
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of colonists in South Dade was taken from the Cocoa and Rock- mentioned aud had made a large clear CORRESPONDENT. : .

.s: WE most admit that the sanitary Manufacturing establishments at I ledge News. We consider that our ing and constructed a substantial KnautH, Nnchod and Kuhne,, Newyork.,
[condition of this city, particularly wharf.. Shortly before their disappear* '. '
Miami are greatly to be desired, statement that six miles of streets, -I.1
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of'the business,portion, is not :cells.r. I auce.a bark had been wrecked<< near .
.or'!( but we should strive just as hard toPfp '. are "being paved" -literally trbe. and its '
Cape' of lumber
Florida cargo Ele ut Iron hilt ud Proof Safe Wltk \
S4. factoryeA The excavation, for the i Borllu- Triple taas&fct flM Locks
: ; get to locate on the agricultural Orders, have been.en by the F jrt had been scattered for many miles up : '
<4\' ..sWe1iaJ g}dJ.. !rahtdly'agd: lands in this territory. Dallas Land Company forthegrid.ing and down the beach. The 'Arnold l.tyb. Jof the lost I.proudIata 1.E. .
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in a few; Week we believe the ew. boy started out one day with the '1 ,
William of six miles of: and
,, J. Bryan, in his great over streets .
>' ,mt'wilibelald i and also the water avowed purpose of gathering some of
speech before the ChicagoConven the work is progressing! as rapidly .
: 'The City Council l will then, the. lumber which had been cast upon Ci.-
pipes. .
-J# < tion, pointed 1 out the fact that theprosperity as possible. Certainly some th ee the brach.< They never returned. L. BRADY & \

? non doubt,. compel all owners of of the cities of our coun- mile have, already been,: thorougljlygrubbed Their boat was found in the Ba.asbort .

;. :property on Avenue D, between try rested, upon its broad and fertile cleared and graded the full distance from Bears cut. Searching Groceries Grain Hay and Garden 'Seed.

.. Twelfth, street and. the river,to con. prairies. 'His words are true everywhere. width preparatory to being pavml I part were organized In an tffjrt '
with the sewer. After :the to find their bodies. Thflr brother- '
c t sect
. i. No city can be truly prosperous and a large force. is still at work
hewer.and laid in-law, Mr. Groom, of Lex'ington, Ky. "
;:- water pipes are I .
if.it is located in grading the remainder fast JlJ"JIl-\'T
an agricultural alt ispos'ssible. FOR MAPEST'FERTILIZERS. ,
down al
there will be came here and did | In his .
no'gooa reason>> why
section, unless its. vicinity is Our local editor states power to satisfy r they :
the business portion of the city cannot peopled with, thrifty and well-to-d., that, he has been reliably I informed had born actually drowned .,vt. It '
'be kept clen.IIIi. : rl'.lOrt..d d Wo rail tb* atUntio* of the p.op1s' of Bay Bieyn to oar stock of &.ple
. .. farmers. Before the freeze Sanford mal me streets now oemg graded I was then that they M' been amt Fancy ((..... riM.. Fro it ail Fund PrdJacta of all kwd; Jo oar stock of Qnia,. .
;; I, j, -ra 't J I )) ,- Fla., was surrounded by a will.be paved as soon as the grading talking- about going.to Cuba and I taking Hay, Un n, Cotton Sera MM). Ground Food nod Wbeat.i -. ,

= :MIAMI has grown very rapidly thousand: 'acres of bearing orange is completed and that a steamroller This: part theory in was the war nl looked on ,thataslund.upon' asl wars Ib* only boo**oo Bay Bi.cayu* dealing n'dui |y in u..aboYe line of .

: since-- the advent of. .the, 1 railroad, groves and the' ,owners of those will be brought here to roll 1 probablebceaw.-they were.both. Kood W.buy clo*. and ,1U..1I.IoI6f.i >TU. rash jn youug '
your ptrtxic \ Very truly. I* BB1DT CO. MyifMIAMI
more so than. any other Florida groves .were the backbone which the fine rack. with which the street men of bright intellect and "high moral .

1s city bas'er done. In a .few supported the town. If 5,000; acres how graded e to be surfaced 4. character, and it was not believed that -- ---- -

Weeks! the Royal Palm hotel will(,be were planted out in citrus fruits and These six miles of streets will not they would leave without..sending their ,

s:: completed and the large number off pineapples along the line of the be paved with Belgian blocks, ,'ilr|. Mime sister intimation, Mrs. Groom: of their or their, Intention"parents so, 4n

I. jaen who a.re'emplOJN on thaistructure railway between here and Lauderdale fied brick or asphalr.Ve do not as to prevent them from :being subjected :

:, at present will.have Jo find within the next few believe any one supposed they would togreat Dunial.uft'erlng.i During

employment on other work, in this i yeas 'there" would be no question be. But they will be paved wits the put year our people have been ,

". city or..*eek.it elsewhere. Eweryeffort about-the future prosper.t the rock which abounds in this divided in tbeir opinions as to whether

n' 7 should be made ",to get somesltiaiyvt and importance of Miami, vicinity and competent judges prq.nonnce }. the boys were really drowned or were '

.' 1rioi;F.1t bliiitticatsi loea- and suitable: soil I is selected and this rock superior. to oyster The ticked writerwas up .by rome fillibusteringparty.acquainted LOTS .
r 'J.-J; 5 ied:* .: tlNl t be the cultivated shells for paving material. J I>helled, with : personally TOWN NO\V sAm
.groves. planted_ out.. are \ > the Arnold boys and be (,about \ ON i
.' -'j done througltrth. 'i intiucncc. 'of a intelligently- -- we believe every- ne street have given complete satisfacj. bring .himself to believe that theywould

"'; Board. "'ofTrade" *or* some. other simitirotganrutron. who invests }his money i in thatfwa! ) lion in the several East Coaxf town have I left for Cuba without sending "" '.<-
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intimation their It : .
some of intentionto .
?? will get about as good a return on. where shell has been tried 'as a material '

Ji-WI'*.'t"\,. ..S.. ..... '" .... ,. r ..' '' .. his investment as he could possibly for paving. must their have relatives.realized. that They their certainly disappearance -

:=!.r:'* 'IT ,ArriABS* that :Major William get from any other' source Aa to the statement made by the would have caused their- relatives A. EjKiNGSLEY-;

",::4v;i (s. r > :j-ecciyedthe,..largestJ --- -w..- Cocoa and Rockledge News 'that : and friend unnecessary grief .
:*tu' .of" Miami "has miles of paved and anxiety.: We doubt very niuch f6 I
.:: jonty therj>opula5- !ote.-ever, ooMTjnrnojriL AKINDXZXTS streets '
we can state that it was written wht'tlwr.l1at' paragraph published below General Agent for Mrs. Julia D. Tutle. v *
f: :givfn .to, a f.| % aJan4rd'ik V V 3IYei0L by which appeared la the F'orida' I A .
r ''elating the history of the.nation. He The' :'official" proclamation of. the a reverent gentleman who wouk Citizen <'on the 14th Inst,'is correct, "

:,-L.i'"; received.. a j najorir of over. one. State Canvassing Board announcing not be guilty of an exaggeration an but. alnt"t'ft'lltrual- it I., and if so I that tJ'f,881
Prices
q From $100 Per Let
l I bcl tilt of.the General State Elec-I what he says-.is practically truck the young men will be spared :, from Accwdiig to Licatli,

j: :: :: : 1t tJj: tioclwjitn lll aKeiSth'init: 'Of Take Twelfth street, for instance} death at the bands of' "VYeyler, the i I ... ..
Butcher." < RAILRO FARE In Miami over &the Florida "Eu& Coat Railway will be r.- err! ,
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co' -']ee >lS75 'whichf" was g6sooo.'Quapopalationj ; course, It) was d filitel1.kaoD: a few from the' passenger depot to the Bay 4 FiAXKmT..KY., Nov. 14.=Information funded to Neb porchMr of in| lo\ provided JMlN...' will prodoo rotlp fur odi t

of.'course, has in. 'day.er (October.oih.. that mil the .It i is graded. the whole distance has been received here aUat tars. which receipt will be ,.,.iYed in cub in part payment for..lot. e,....., : ..

tlxeao4" .jpreatly".$!aince J8j'(
K. :--yaage? t --- : ,: ,Grant's rote: was probrcyrijg'e -. had beedccteej and that all the removed from the surface, leaving:a'' city, who were supposed for two year

.., 5 f'fiUltlie ,constitutional amendments had been roadbed. of. solid'rock, and any oncj past tnhave been drowned in ,Biscayne HOTEL- : n !lHI
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.. 'fi'i ::'0 : ... Bay, Fhu.areln the Cuban army. The MIAMI
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;.. : f: : c 1- ",n"" y. ,carried ITlaap .majorities. 'The who examines 'it"will admit that it '' news came through Hun. Hubert ,b ,
:::11'" "' :; l&" -. j tikisf'a tJ bt it pared a* well: a$ the usual. .$outh Wyckliff, of New Orleans. They are MH, t y
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t* LitoftA J.ocIe.- will ',atop at tb* -old plao. *" with bU this week.. TLiu'will; lie UMH! for different "Turn the. rascals c u "-tlte familiar I I ,-'
IN to microbe I '
4 ** nephew, Hugh Latimr. Wl xi>* back. purNMie| aunt tin working depart party c'rJ-ms applied -i-MIAMlV'
large of wuwraioakta are > well di
party a" an to men. The germ of ic. 'f
peeted Tharadav. Qoit* ..mix* ol hrotber Turner. W* area!way glad to Qteut of the "boteLTb i eaiu that lurk in the Mood are turned : .1 :'::1

r .tam ....fI ID th* .,iDaw Yalkor.MieiL. bar you with no.ImporUat onjrinMi are 1 fiirnUuUl. i power l>y out' by AyerV Sarsaparilla a* effectually 1 ,
r I (nursery lartre .lunler*, llw larebe for aw. the old poHtmaittern are din-
mong whom ar* Mra. E. A.' MeL>od adininiiitration. -. .
.ad.ooa. Lsali and! Boy, who win rpvodth Notice to Vegetable Grow- wltick an nearly (roaiplotiti.. placed by a new BUSINESS and RESIDENCE ;
Tb. winkle will \M niuuM-lrtl. up .aU.ina A visit to 1 tl ia not complete
;: th. *wiatar with hw...*...,)Ii. and }(... ers. : Bay Qi
couple ...tkM Hud HH buililini" will 1 without A trip Cocoanut (drove and :
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1R Uatoa., COCOA<< FLA., November IS! 1MNI.Ttb .
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Calve V'OI i.la. Tb former U a pretty : !
f..r.haltkhiht, and beat l
Mloaui ?
ready >
Mr.MeLaagyia, from Ohio la here, ZUlu>ri>f THE III n."u": : y. a lenient four tuil ixxith of Miami.whore .
tin-, I hrenber I:ttt. LO"TSI :
rvr .' Tberewillbeamrrtingut *.Jt'*- dwell many peopl of onltnntandrefineineul .
winter 'with' bl. .
..AadwiUp_ Lbe .aoo, .
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Ubleao'd pinrapple wt'n.t 1'lauterP.O.on woo RUllght home here before L' : jt
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Dr. YcIaugbUa'U tbentlvent wliil the t i )
the 2Mb inllt., which I will Ho For oeoIDut'drove. of the iron horse. ;
A fia* program baa bn; arraoceil for old tower at the Clip wan built away FoPrices S a1L. I .t
: attend. The fal and; ''I'UJlIIC.d ou' launch hack, many, many...re ago.| If it could r ,
: TbaabcI,....:cia,. Quit+ a lure party It baa been suggested that a m f t- "balmier" hares I'.a.-...-" *'hartatl't.- npenk.il world' tell many t.I of shipwreck I I ","-..-
win ute a trip to tb* laW at tb* north. ing of somr kind becallfd at Miami ullDtoc.aabr c.utuut/in, c rrcry I iiioniuig rxt'rpt and nffermg and of'Indian raids
rnad of lAb Worth, ..... j,be ebirf attracUjn -' TUn- Punchy al 'H" n't.liwkiujrat I for 3 iami, arrive and 1.1J'h.l. niuuiug 'Climb to iU top
ht bring the fullu"InK
' will U a bwkM pwdc) sal aa flat of Atfiiuel lr 9 Di t' ik, mind the clear line waters of IteHnlifnl From' $10040 $1,000 Per Lot .j
day, and J' should be glad to atl."Jgme l.*a\invr Miami lort'i'II"II'" IIOruat, ; Buy Bin<"yn" will be aprmd out before ,
than. ar. mane fla* siagsf*.in tb* crowdthr ; al o. Please: girt this space in 1n:1" .. MI. Far.. ?.'>' .-elite ...III"'ay..' >ou like a may iLea shores dotted with

i will b* no lack of.... A good your next issuethat .lIlntt'mlrd may Will niakth....'ial trip, r turning lo .tUltMunt. and far out at sea According to Location. ..f

tin ixpotd.ToaaioM these lliainiiii I lit* ..,filing fur eeouimoda- l'owey Itocka Lighthouse ou a subw '
attend meetings.K.
ion of par I its, altrry I: r.,iM liable ratrt.Jodown rcA; | rook, and the line of churning. .
1 and Qtb.r'ngetabtr !ar.looking P. 1"08"lIill.GeIieRI ( and paid l a tl.) ur two'at tumbling wmiteras, it breaks oo the Florida '- 1
fin* and th* farmr'! hop* bav Agent India Bi Vr Ormuge Grawris' CtMitanut Orate. the Ilrt'1I11"t place on reef. A view from the top of the old I '
raid oorrpandingly. > A.IaUc..1Id IiMlUit Klver awl like I the Bay t'il..nd it day attliieliwnielike1'eaVmk tower at Cope Florida M well worth the Railroad fart to Miami orr the Florida East Coast Railway will bo rfnn4d fo .i

barber luxuries Wota_rtDeappk CJruwerV A"M'Utkm. : Inn and pi pie tin-avenue of royal I trip HcroM tb* By and the climb.. up its each purchaser of a lot;provided parobar will produce* roipt for inch far,.bleb' 1
A ahopU among th* of palm, clump |>f giant bamboos and rusty old iron stairway., script will u* *avid a* cash in part payment for lot /. :4
Lintoo, optraUd by Prrdark.. A many other.interesting sight in the I ."
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close afaav k gaarantaad.Ma4 Common Council Xoeting. vicinity. _L If. You may eat heap fusel and not be Callon JOHN BREILLY,. Agent, i! .. ,
The Council' held Its regular I seriously hurt by .it; but you cannot
j r CtyJfr T.akar ... tat_ til in meeting City last night. Fine Property for T Sale. take cheap medicine without positive Fort Dallas Land Company, Miami, l"-3 *
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ehool ODe daj&fe wk and waa rsmov injury. If ue any substitute forflyer's
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Aldermen More" I bare for sale 16 ac'l't'4 eu uing down Or J. E. GRAHAM Vice-Pres't
!" eel to his bop.o. Sriaioa Avwa*. '. Members present- : tua. mini hear the prarit', c 11 the bay Sarsaparilla, yOu do HO at the r; .
{ Budge,Cotfrrove and Graham. Me r". peril l of your, health, perhaps of your -
trout about a half mile I'IC Ih of the t Fort Dallas Land Co. St. Fla.
r Mra, Wilson ..*. rs4nn>rf to Ur bom Brady and Brown are In Titusville and !'ealtek Inn. In ,Cocoanut Brun' I life. Insist on having Ayer'ttand no Mo-u-t Augustine, ;

; inLiatoa. Mr. Wilson iaaxpsoted borne I McDonald In Connecticut.A can sell (tie same a' a 'vt'r) reasonable other. V

> nxt .*.k. number of bids for building the prw. (iao: .,, M4UuriALD. Cocoanut All*we have ever said of the curative f'

t'r School way eIoMcI ODe day last wk city jail were read and referred to. the Grove. Fla.ROLLINS. virtues of Ayer's Sarsaparilla sinks withto Into The Cypress Lumber Coupany ;;
ill when
iltnI compared
a'. oo aeooaat of tb* illaaa of Mra. &*"..., committe, on jailbuilding.Contiderable COLLEGE! INrER statements C"&nce made by those who have ,

L the ...... Mr. 8tv.. ha ,ba sr- discussion on sanitary PARK FLA.t been benefitted by the. use of this wonderful '. ;h1'
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ESTABLISHED 1883.PLANING
body W for-*.reral days bat ia abU to matters took place. p school of the1;highest grade for blood-purifier. Many of the ,-

b* out aoain. Mm 8tTna rsamd. brdatk The following offer of C.T.McCrim- ladles allel >t>:enlleu.en. :W11 depart.meuts cures seem> indeed almost incredible. SAW AND MILLS.
(ltd .teadenti
?' Irgiate, l'rt'l.ara-
Monday. moa A Co. was read : 11u.. Art II'hSI'ic'al Launch For Sale. :1
tory;Sub-l'reIaraiory. e, .D '. .:
1. MIAMI, FLA., November le, lu6. ('ullurt'. six buileiuWJ, large The large and commodious launch S-"XNGT. "
: To tbe Hon. Board of Aldermen Due City oMiami faculty, location beautiful and health "Edith R." propelled by a bawler motor ;;-ij
fifther Gown.
,!;.. *. ful. For catalogue and full, information anil built. on sailboat. model; will Tallow Pin and ( yprs Lumber ;.

'+.:i 'l'Iaen..ua aaotbar *atrfUnmnt atb 'Please .allow me to submit a bid tat add tt'flof I carry one hundred boxes of vegetables Noel&,8id'DgandW.berboudioc. i, ...
*Evwrglad* school Lour aaxt Tue.diy; do the scavenger and garbage work in 13Iu 1'111:1. GEn. M. W ARD. LI.. U. or 8eYt'rallolllt I of freight; tbe boat lit Flooring Oiliog. MoaldiBfa, Casings, '

vwaiag. Nor. 14th.. Aa oyvtoc *nppw' tbe City of Miami. We submit. as follows -,--- I -I in good condition; good roomy boat UalUra', Oondncton, Braokata, ..- ,
: Homesteads Open to Entry. for cruising. For sale cheap.'o; pply ..v 8ah.DooraandBJiada. /
will b* awrad. Orator. aN ...,ed eo To clean closets once a wt'ek.WC.t'IiIA! I 1.lIv.I nrrtwltf cleared land. on Bis to WAtTKB S. OUB Y.METKoJ. d II office AU Kind of Mill ort&o: Orf* Cypress Tank and Cittern ..

r;: .. Bran Bt d M p potn tnv.oti betide, per month 'for each bucket. ; I" ice a eayme Bny BuitwhU i for:, trucking whir I Miami, Fla. *" "" W-tf A )atachi ola, ,.:.. Florida ''f
UMT. will bplaty of other ret rahmatiaaoh week $1 per month for each buiketHotels I a ill rent fur tbe coming *H..MOU. TertmnMtaonithle. :
: and boarding boune, if cleaned locHtled I When; )'un' twit Miami do'i t fail to Shipm.atr toad by ran or. oo.er. Prompt attoutio. mina io all la I bavwalHO 1It''eraJfio"
-,; t r.- a* Ice or.... oak*. *t& A novel*otrtaiamot hauling /-WUslotboua.I e) d aorlei.o bl fs : ,
.:. daily,10 cents per bucket daily: triM'ta of laud open to bOil .tead entry take a trip up the river to tb* rapid.and I lit ': i'
{ ana *vry thing &0. b*lp yon swill liJi: rents per barrel, dour 01 on the boys upon which I f-m prepar look upon that vast mjsteiioua J< .. ,.

::: ojoy ,CMWlly.*. All are Invited to corn sugar barrel: ,60 cenia per Nil I barrel nl to locate: uxltlerH ten renMODHbln terms: wrote known as the Everglade, and also I MIAMI ''
Moving swill for markets $.i, per visit lb larga. spring of freestone ROUTE'TO KEY WEST. ;tiIf'
aDd com arly..a* it i* for the bofll 01tb OB Lv MAcDoKALD, pure \ / .
r : month. TofurnUbteam, for elty (man County orreyor water which will furnish the city of .
t .t I 1. *Saaday school organ fond and one-horae wagon) I2.CO per day. 1-7-tf Cocoannt Trove, Fla.: MiamiNwtb an abundant supply of pare The t Side-Wheel l of leit"

.: : Edward King i* about, to add aa ad- Hope the abo>e' will meet with your. I cold water aa won aa the waterworks at. Elegajit Steamer. "City Icy; !#;

t ditioo to his bow, to jadg by the matorlal honorable board's approval.VcQaiMMox.Cu. When you 'come down to iu4ectth' I oompiet., *'.. .- '. T.eppeialed te peeloer wetia a fdlow..f ,
.. v section of ant tae Apparently $
tftroat :' country WbLkers that are prematurely grayor f
llak'J prmiM >
.MIAMI, FLA. November 11, 1WM.Tottetfc barren rbararter of the land and the I faded should colored to preventthe Less MINT 6:00)( a. m. *vnr Tuesday and Fdda,.. "
Uaaat Cot ar* patting la a largi *. Board .c AkWrmeo''d. Uw City rock and rocks that are ever: where, ik I look of age,and ,Buckingham's Dye Arvin at KEY WEST .me claro '

# aeraag* of tomato. this winter. Ia tact, d ,laat- not jump at tun conclusion thfc! our I.odeart' exeels .all others in coloring brown or RETJRNINO-Lr. KEY WEST 1:00: a. ..*. ry Wdadar ASnodav.. 11.
On examining the city we found thesame n..t f"rail" nor brliettt U..1tllttlt'IlIt'Dt Arrive MIAMI day. Miami >
t moat of th* farmer are patting ia largei.erop black. same CooMetiag at with I .";
in bad state and ordered MrCriinmon
is ttt'li.n ihll.
a that they are. Seeing Uo J i '
c'V. than oanal to mast the demand olth I A: (;0. to tJt'&n.n closet at lip to tbe plats cr Samuel Filer, E#>\., HiBueua -- t.I .FLORIDA SALT COAST RAILWAY. *'t>.

boo n in. general, that MpaeUd UM. the rate*submitted to-. this committee' Meta only two mil es iMirlb ol CHURCH DIRECTORY.. J. RAHNER' I -'. G. C. FLOYD :
coming and attached to this I't'por'lur the action Miami, and satisfy ,)oureelf. H** lit bigfield Agent
year.W.H.Fibrhab0n of the. board. of bearing piotwpplea, bw tin* bear PRPSKYTKK1AN.CHURCH opiO.ile AND liolrt READING!:MUmt.uortb Aaa't Ga.paaag{ cr Agtat ssld W. Bay Strett ,

hating ooosidrabl FKAXK[ T. Bronx:, jug lemon .:rove and jreat mriHy ur l ....... .mrTl..f.evrjr huodif.lUa. ... "
land cleared oo hi* boss utesd tbi Chairman of Sanitary Committee / tropical fruit! treys in IwHiiiit;, such tutfuipoxlilljig awl 'I p. m.: BuuiUy' .b..1, V a. m.: prayern.eeliMgll'edswlr .

waiter and *xpeU to kp on Until hiirU Moved that the report of the sanitary HIM Rot-*,! sugar M|ples elli room oprn. > 7p.ll tiny m. stradardtlmr.Hrrltua cud vvrutbRi/ .

eDOGdIlo pat oat a Umon grove" sad committee, be accepted and! they be g4lor |*wrH, .....*.. etc. had above all, ", r. amt lHillo HHH bin fearing; orange tree, htrauxm, working wed and
I pan orchard. Tb* int.r. bw.thioka,; reywBifld, (to prepare ,a fontraci atedbawl Nw of lltxiirtliia year lo.:"l...l w i iu a crop flo.l herf a eoirf .rt.ble glare 0 sped ,

i' will b* tb* atandard erop of. tb. Bay i vo beltalf o(tb,:' lty.-Coiinril ithCJf.McCrimmoii of not Irea than twroly-lire bxox.... 1'Lc.o their,l.'.l-ltt"iirc>iu bourn.. Ktr.E....r.Cblal. kri(.:iB.MKTH tnet.. ...Everyone .:.tu,.

cooDtr '. A Co. and if 'said nth down to (V>...uuial Oruv an.l wen the
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) itf wild I..ud wliii-b K. R. UrCor- ()l lsT CHCRrtl SIUTIL-Hlcnsee J Do Want
glee Yon
y '' Tb Doa and O.tee familiaa and arm assent to ume'to then present it inick took buLl wf three year ago stud and |>l. -Mimilou.ot public Tile nervke fnllowlnc: Lrmuo 1* tbe eYty time, Them !

''amrai other*wr* out njoying(?) UMOH to. Council for execution on behalf of wen his gnat ,vaiioly i>f nliruMwry and the O'C'o... tbe fruit d tueni in Iw ring, and iiiorr. IM flr| and third KuiMlny.. 'l II a. I...
**.lv aoaaeraitotbkyIt Friday city. trees, wavy ( ant.::: lk.iu.. fuller,tbs hub MuuJsy. "... '
:
i
> {* 4- IOU will IM tuitialinl haL tbi rock wLirhH .. .. W fHave Got Them
". w. nndrtaad that. two l r'> l>(lr-** Coetwnul Utore. nIL. Itrr. Jas.Itolton. 1.!
and Batarday. ,
the Public. everywhere .U a f.i1 ihz-or Mud will grow Pastor. _. :
t. of tb* party weN aloo abl.'tdi sail UM 1Jt..t aintLiiix in hlxuxlHure. U.. --'- ---- .
The F. IS. C. K. R.Co. have recently I. ;mJRvn.-lIoonlM'tIIWm boo held
bat,&be other. pnlerriDr to ramaia atqait tbeir -l -- -r- I EI'ISlJ.\L mitrolbK .( MUmt In tbrUnion 'Ranging
in Price From
i M poaibl issued circular to. agents' givinga I Tbe METEOFOLIK believes it MI'! in a poition -. tUll.HI MOUa.: ts.al.udat.l lime, and : $30 to 150.
f "t 1.-M: >- te. iliiu st Bucaa Vl t. at S au ia.Tb .
list { platform for :whichfreight ; | p. -
t o private : U> du tiny pi int ing you may nel Mtrbxnply ......Ue ant rontiallj lurlirj iu ulteod.II .
WIf ,
...bats of Lb.Enrgls 8udal
TM may''04 receiver: aid InstructIng no neatly sod tIC) promptly that .N.V D.Mue. ar4..r. A Selected, List o Bay Biscayne.Property ,
+ School Insure a pUamnt boor to all thai cannot dare any reason for bavlug it II .. I' .
them meive'Ir.igbt for you '-
to no | Fruit Tra and Lands
ts for
will most with UMO any Sonday aft<<- unless1 the list. l'iUtirethat .k>ua at JurkMjinill.- or .1,.......". (in* Cheap Investment. I '

',. DOOD a"a.m.- .Strangaraar*:cordially platform o.a trial awl ,it will not lie oifr fault if NATIONAL::-- Fr06t.Proofl Bearing. Orange Groves: _
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of several '
the .
names platform WA cannot plM. )oii in )prova awl) stylce ,
webomed.r GAIULoaojt .
r- have been changed, while other have I of an j'I Linjr j un want., latherbeads. -u- Home-Seekers Nov i Phosphate Lands I

been omitted altogether.I velopt. bill bxiulfi. IMIMIM i UI of lifitingrMrtlti r
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City GkuiBfV* would advise those bating, platforms prfe1 lists, e-nl A l anything want
or
1..It'11I. k
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I x...i Cat,.ha a railroad aad tU- to consult their nearest railroad i will be executed promptly. uik in firstolm f9ST1> ; LOCATION ON BOTH THE EAsT j

graph ogre now. 8omthing:w* bate agent. and ascertain whether tlwir platform I .. style. i .. AND. 1
ud4. tae a loDe. u..... is on.tbe list and under.IT hai name I --- -- .. Exhmiging,: Property for Prupt"rffl ;'. 'l ; NEST COAST. t'
We mould he glad i to bate aili >ldyadverl4 wbxyou t :
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I Deacripdioo of
.Tb..sl.ttalom.SL giro at I th* rid before ordering goods shipped to such I .eiaent rloe,,' ev ry uterettaut. penally. Sent ;,

.t .acof Mr. !.J.. W. .Pi-re* 'oa Friday platform. Your truly, tel) and 1..r.i..J.n.: ... :keeper irprute.- have and what )you want.. -; .For and whateverprice' you want in the line ,of information" to the) location t';' -

rJdcb&.u' wall attwbs.4 .attboagh UMMaiajCwaaaoflMwhatatormy. U. F. l'i>m os,. fimutl nun on llm Itay. An i .llAbABAB. I.XDUM RlVBK, FtOBIDA. terms--of. sale of these proprieties. ". address ] '

TM.... Ban Grille, Fla:, No 1', hand. ue* flU a tear. Surely it will be worth that :E.A.del1" S '
,. of ftt.40 WM rtalhMd. tot>'th. ,*offranfroaitha much In jor in N pnper, whirl r rrnlaUwwtkbis iMft, Real Ertat,AgnLBenj. ,

....,, at.or&. .All 'ssimsd to The' loyal Palm JUelilncry.Several in every Kt t*to .the Union KIM! .- -" l-l-U-fa Mtam11 'la. t '6 '

;. -- ejoy tb*., al.g which ,.**..t: all too ., of machinery for Ute r. .d in alinos*;*\'tery; home oo ietwyue W. Jerome Office in bride tntHSlKAgLE pap, mortkwett'eonerof'Avjmvf D and Tkirtttnfh Anet.
ins .
rapidly.' Miss 1Mb >,. at&be piano Royal Palm ecj t+ ; the vek. Bay. mor.t''t.rM.K'wit yoa "
lfBd tb* .beltli ih.pst' ClIO make and we k.- ._ ,. ,
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; and-x- ,Ebaoa ,Ffwamaa _kh hr Among tbctaaoUiMr/irlag were two will make it just as good aa we can. .
Ia I
Sol Representative of the Pr W. Co. EatahUabed '
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t" violin rndrd om.: vary- baaliral Ideal Wffinea,'Mob.of 125-torw power I for the *al* of the r f Illlfl<< Ct ; .
data Mr. El.. Moffat HgbUd th* We want to make the MniuttoLia asnewsy ,j
and with
with lSxt.jlii>4 rs apwhi of as 'po.ibIto.V..DL, to I publish L. BARB01General & CO. t.
company with bM piano playing white ISO rirtlladood a ycr\. Jaoto, a' 49-hon. all the new of the Bay, and would like -Haantsciuitisof '!*

.t.. Yeti:0..par sans.. bar vary bat tyU power 'ideal'ngia*, witb Cxff'.cjiioder you to help u*. &u J ns news items GLOBE:12: ENGINES

rnomobstoing...... Among ibs guirn'was with a sped of 500 nvolaioua p rmin. from your ueigbboihoiMi. Tell i. about y Co ..mission.fii'tJ4in. :

Mr. and Mra :H, 'B. KIln aDd .... They wr manof'ctared by lIMo new settlers' who are awning,in, new CYPRESS lid TCLLOI:PIKE
which art being erected sate
buildiuipt
asai.LLllr :Mr. and Mrs. Frawinaa and and Mach in tb. State of Florida: i
i th* Harrisburg (Pa.)Foundry Of laud aDd rieaiiuffJ Ibal i* gjrfntf ou, ,
family,Mr*. Frank AOrary and family boa vVarka, Tb two larger 0Dea*.ill b* and all items of inteieai that may come J' !

ei :. Nma. and Edgar, Mr. and Mr cad for the _otri0 light i .dynamos for to your atu-iitkiu. Tb' effort r.qnir.d Every Fagia'mid will be set up and ; .. FLOOKIiro. IDWO.CKUXO,. '
to down la few items much. purchaser instructed Io running UOUU>IKOaCte. 4
r dud Me Zomwatt and jot
Mr. *
: BUliac Bight and U. small ODe for day currents.flats I
ouWlauff it.Ul)
Send :
us every week| and ear*
fac1I1. Mr dMra.J.W. BoUrta, Me.' wr alto two dyuanuM of l,SUOKtaandi band in praotio a
keep jwriiiog 339 : SL
; your 331 POYdrjaa Cir ttabj u. I. IM aM B. auklleplld
and Mrs. Usorj: FiUr. B* sad. Ma. &* Ucbt power *a.h and ou* of and biigt>t.Q )onf wit to. pat your C7: Catatognes and price on appliesUon. NBW ORLEANS, LA. ...

8iatoa.Kr..and Mr..Bkoaom Joltawe.1 200-candto %fat power. Tby ar* what thought into words,and beside*, it will Bank .- 'r'"
Canal
Mmi DoaLhi\X. Carry MlsaiA I adrerti your place to the world and BENJ.. .W. JEROME. ( e-fs JaekaoavOmiorida.J. tY:
Miss '
.I are known a* tb*"low potential alteroating ; .u $.. : ] Mstropolltaa Bask. ,
it
'A .ai* sod Lydia JCatthana; FwtoriaCaray. current machia"' Tb small one help to buildup.- {4 July IT.*M4I U Brantly FUKEMEMBEB (Commercial. Afwci**. ';"

: .MamU" ,Maud*,and Gloria Knawatl, will b*used. for the day oarreot. They Everybody says the ilrrnopus ia a -. 8Nov6May-ifa I t H. MENSING 'f

- ;. A4a Mrriu;; Mia OUnobaia; Mm. E. wr maoa/aotar by to* Ideal Electric good paper W* bar tried to make it soin 'THEA ><,
Manus Sohmldt Mar. spite of tbe dull season we bus passed 'Walssal ;11-
zWblu, Mtn Oorporatkifi of Hw York and an perfect *aft stall /y

Phial x.-. ., CbarIfI Carey William Ir4aehlnte. throogb'and the mark unparalleled 4. Time stringencyof will WILL N..JCGRIFF -
Lb. money < 00. COMM1SSIOM
3Badc,Bach LslimstG.nta.litowf, Thin".... also received a Wortkiiur-- shortly improve and the bMtMooof Tbe e'Ameri Laundry IERCR1JToDuals :

L B.PadntW Balph Caster J.W.Bpircy, ton. dkpbz sUam pomp 11x8 'x10 iaobeayfor tb. year U ,pproaebiDg. W* bop to ,is-- +r

17 Ed.. BMBM: and Hkilwa Potter W. '&be elevator,with. prwcor tank, di*. make th..r. much better than .,et. In fear of &be ice faetorj ; $igr) .J rtr
Please len n., nid. Tell your ; pilter I ,E .
Batter
t Joba your Poultry, a, rail, V* *t:
Wiiii Smith. Moody.
Oman abarp tint, catch basin and auxiliary friends about your local paper and wiit freslo ..*.e&c. rnmSinmant*srJfaiitKt.Tiouiul,

W1We ru.r wtr &M tadioosa at th* tank, a* wan Mlb other appliances for them snlwenba. Also please: send na Formerly Laoadry No. 1, of Titus UkJaUyMnin ; .Ii lad IaoDaIIi ntaIM anaUd. Market

toof tb* ivsaJ g, aad. prformd.. 'Jail. tb* Uvttons ;'Th *laton.oaa,. frow, the nw of .your- nMgbbornood.. -,..-.. 1 1 operation in that ail,. rLa.1Estims& qnoUiioM;pad ataocil famtahad oo ap. r
; I Will b plM. to to OMl all
psis to p.tt otk. OUa of Nw Ibrkl: my
BrptUra
Botierick Patterns. old eoatoatcra 8** ... 11! Wssf AAnoa tit, .
: Jir.'luDIr M 'wiUi. na again hoc' th A Wslwortn gaa maohio waa ODe of Catalogue free upon application 'to Ian for prior, *to,*te.UnovUBaynal obeadaD7 grim and eon- PIaoM.r JAt3DRrf31Lf, Ira. .. ;_:, ..

pail- ,,H.. ottairn as IM MagaoUa. 'Ht th*otter Vtiole of machinery received! agent, 11 Main 8tM Jackson ville. left !tract pnmptly aumiiad." B Car* to .,._ .!ltah' '>1Ngk at.Ylvld4s.' ,Y )-i't 7 :

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.... .. 1 '., (LUMBER::and Building MderiaJalI'ki.. cJ1;Bardvsrw. Saab 1 JOKK8 n.. HANNA : SPECIFIC GENERAL OFFJCIAL1HRECIDRY. ... ipTltt& ffL.,}.
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'. & orv i i n '111.foOowtB ....the CMraco Reord '.too N.v..Wrl,1JN 1
J 'taad i Crats oi..AU'Kia" good to b* toet *vn though election day ha --1.. >'u.*& thetWwtrt
Yegetabte .
1', i 0' R. ....... FOR SCROFULA. t named settler has lied notice of her latent!**
t': Wraps and Nails, \ CITY 01'101111. tu make laal"r,H>(inuri>ortef her claim,and a y

l: ." ', vntsG.. F. PADDISON. :EM OtTO-, Ha. I -Since childhood 1 lave been M.>VOB-Jobn nJe B. Irlllt.AlJ AJateD. c naM.Hoer. 8.UoTM. .bat1eI nraaf wnlkemadtf before A. L j" _- Y ,
(Frost Senator Junes; written on liver-fray ar,1 .. C..eo.a..ao..r..ac.oeoaaetul'9"f": -+
W. M. B. L heady Fr..kT.aoa.
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d frl ilt. quote. feudal PriallcW1nndaiJOU'It.Uoa MY- UVU4I paper and In red I lafc.1 fflfctrd. witIrscrofulous boils and Bud.. Di .Mcrnv: .. Walter Graham. na:.o. Dee. 11. .... via: Prank PolasU" el
.. -- "Mr.. Manna you'r a Jr'er-.M L.t. 'gad sore% which caused tue terrible 'ITV Ctf,.. -lobn M. Urahaat, ...* Vista. PUu. ho.e-t... tut, for the r
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MiutuL YouDf Gray.
'"r. you're liar; V r suffering. lliy.icuuis were uuable CITV .ravgroA4 L. Know It on.haasiixJiTor north H.f the uortawest!K section I and,north ,+,It
*::1 J J: J&p1: :.::i 1T You're a tyrant ore workmen .bum uu'rec:. to l.elj jne. and 1 only grew worse .nc.L-U.... r. .. Morse.ouMHirrcr ,Ji of northeast {U sevtloa: a,tewashls U south, -'
i., .<' -= wickedly romed.' I .rAswc0 *. ems 4:$...t- ,
{ Yon're Satanic mind's prolific of i ktis tklousadtrrlB -tinder their'care.' O* tteucs--Brew..Bedce and McDo ald.O .- She ...es the following .1,.....*to prove
: >.. I .At length1 began ketn aall O.t.i..iici-.Uraham, Me- beeo.dsuou.neldeaaapes and cultivation y'

f:1: Sa-I, Maker and Riggers Rut Jour veat&n I. all harmless and we bid you to take Donald STatrrs and Brown.ux .IxraovEMCxr. *-. McDonald, or aald toad vU: William: A. Baldwin'" of
do your worst." a Cotftiw .D4IJn...*. Miami, Pla.CIaAIe,1L Of.,. of MIa.l. >laPredk. .. .
;.I,.; f "' AVER'S DM HA ITTV_Modrr': .-S.4 Cos*rove.Oa '. More.of....1. lie, P, W. Marrnt,
: ,acJuca'V111e. 2"1orl C a. Xo.t. W ATKB U. Tias TM/rtcrioM>>ecroY., .
?--t .' o .
ll tlo ald cud brows.UN ::
4 Steamboat" 'I1'T'Neltihjrs: 'Awnings (from IIr.1IaADa.(Insrribrd In brooze oa the Sursaparilla. and Pour AXII C..anu.Ceqror.. )tov."to Dee. II. J. M. Etac's B>***..,.
: ,' Tents and Tarpaulins a ykf.of a book r.UtJedTIle.. fttrlutUin 01I"aee. and Urals ; .
very IKIOII grew bet Nona for PBWt .
ttC@
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,) c.: a. soiAToBa' mon noun !
3 .r t' Specially.t' . .../ "III support aad ta rommlsslua oft crime ter. .A rtt'(, using Hon. flsaanel Pasco of ntlcello. Ha. L.3.Orfh A' OAaZIVILta?# a ..gHo.
o + half; dozen bottles ..-WUktusoo Call of JacklOujU..11&. JCo..1 b.c t.I.... ''If'.'' ,
.F9K.$Mi : ce1 Ingoodcondition. that'*called sedition J Node ,. hereby that .
= g inboat 5feetODgt 10.feet broad. eoxosawras. 5lvsa th. JoOowlnfnamed
: I I completely
Yon eieei BU other villains that I ewe ehaurrdtote lwae
DirmicT Jth East OMat. .
: FullY embraclnc settler has lied *1e of his latentloa
.:*tJ 'J "T : .'Chea. *. t cured. Kit that 1 have not liad a bull Unit:. M. C wf r,ol 'uk.UIe.' to make I.... proof la.epoott of his claim,and
Tore devoid of sease aud reaioa ixl a. M. Sparkman
)'."f : u..u..Jf7.,.*?t your qr |lilUl")W 011 any i art of my body ofi mpg.Dt.raut-Moe. IbNNIdpreofelub.tud.betonA.LSladmo. :
out b steeped la treason. for the last twelve I can .., 0. a. Coumlsaloner.atCoeoasntOrov.. '
-- years.
:: : ; Bat squirming In death and
+ + your're your throes
t. _, cordially rt"t'uullllt'nd'yer's Sitrsa COUNTY onlCtA&.L Platen Dee. l/. -. vU: John PoUaL. of
your words don"frighten me. Ban V..... Ha, homestoad 2tUf the '
I Jnno. JB
County h.le- 1U E. Heyser. <
t. T. T. .bJA ..I1IB. pariHa a.t the rery l last blood-purifier t'krt.ICfreuIiCO4rtaada.cnrderoDS.d.. 1A.F.
No.X northwest K northeast >4isorthes.I JH ofnortawrtHn
in existence." G. :J.: .HtixiunTMyersvillf. : / .ijnlnby. Jun. :
r\L\ ;: )(8oaa #g:4'&o Duron k. Feastar)' From senator Jones tattoed In bluwt upon h b.rttf.-k. J. UhlUlnfworth.. ; West Palm parchment maa from the siln of a white ( Trxa+./ Bvarb.Cnllactor. B, township M south, ranee tl..tt.i j ,R y
of Taes.-T.'J.'' S.rdo CoooanntASMMor B* .*.....!theollawf.g ww.nprcIIre 'l
slav one owned by Mr.ilanna.)
j JRt I Uro. of Tun.-N. E. Cowtes.Treasurer. his 0I'e d II....nr>Me.ee upon and eel lornof s?
ARIDAU WESTERN MEATS vicious
"You're fool and vulture and the wowd
.-A. W. wrsen.Leutass. ...41.....U: William".Baldwin,ol Miami.PU I. }
A aTknltnr.You t Survey vr-U.,.. L. )icINI&: 4. CoooaantConiity -Charles X. Oxar.'of Yk. .t. Pla.. rr dh. ...
.i" "' : would bury la a bondage that Is sadder titan AYES GN'P '.
8 Morse 01111.... r..., r. W.Merritt.of Urn- ."
Superintendent1' of Public lastrac-
:
.t : .A First-Class Stock at ;all times. Near Hotel Miami a slave's; } tlou.-\\.-L WtdeBcyer Jnplter, ca F1L, :.
L Town a *11)kick and i jobber' ,and a, thugs or cotrxTY CarIMtoxtw..w..Sn |*e IINotks J. M..A.oo.ResMer.City .
t; .111.... r%"'rrJorl .. thief and robber. the| CbrtlrtnaH.OA B N.W. Pitts. Lake Worth. '. '
J 'i' '- freedom..re.." .. f W. J. HboiM, Cocoanut Glove- LAW Omcs. AT OAtiawvus. thaw:, i
r .,!ft Chirrf.Pictinl tint Casfai. CaUtAT K. U ",..It... Lemon ritv.f. October II. ism. fHNotice
/'t < DO.4. I T.farrow, (tewall's Point ,.hereby given that the following* .

jf OOqS: ;& ao (From Mr. Hanoi,t'pell'rlUro1po1& a4 l.rtof -.... -- Jul Ul,...rk and Anoitor of Board.-A.1. QDla".A..a_ settler ha.flled notice of hit 'IsteltloscoCSTT '. '.

7 the shroud of a laboring maa II bet starved to .. ecnooi.BOABA. to mac. leal proof In support of his claim.\ an4 .
? death uDder fre*trad conditions. 1/ W. L.WIdem.yerJ.plter. that saM proof will be mid*..foNJ.W.Z ww,*
h.:>. : \ --t' =. aletz. ZeeFine "Do)'CMttaUr.of Bags a-flyiiig,you infernal rogue !Jr. J.W. "ad:..,!, Coroannt Grove. 0.5.Coaml.dou.ratucaasttheft, '71... ';
.I.f:1 J.f who'stryfag / \ J, W. Comstock, West Palm Beach. ., on Dec U.!IBM tit: Joseph B-.BeeJea, of, Cocoanut -A
: Wines Liquors I To degrade eackerlm.on stripe ail togrlme r Fine Cflr TreesReduced -- Grove. Pla-,.borne.... BJUi, Z., the 't.
'
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m- every star? / CIRCUIT OOOUT Of KVKNTH JUOIOIAL Oortlwtst.ecdottowrahlMsoatarsiOIROUIT
I Beers and Cigars. srena .;
When w meet in the you ex-rtlci: )ou 41 east. .
d Goods'and' hyena, i ilmbracing Dede and other roanttes.) He semes thollowlng witness*.to stove .
Circuit Judge. John D Brooma.Orlando his coatlnnon raidnee upon and enUivaUoa :;
e Jug Trade a Spe-i I IH sin be yon pleased are."to thow J 1 tbe people N! hat a sot ot froternfinf Thar ot""Clrrnit"ra.,.Court J. D. Brctr eonveM Orlando.PALL ... first. of said land,visa Jam**W. Jackson,of Canoe. t i

Mi sudsy alter lounh Monday In Hovctatwr.- rot tiro... F...,Ueorge aUekardsom, of Ceeoe- !I
; claity., '- : Pool and Billiards.i row.6. Prices 8mu TEan on list Monday alter. North l nut Grove Pla..Joseph J.MeAUterf Ooco- 1::.

i (From Senator Jones, wrifteu In black\ ,i;k..my Monday In April- nut Urov*.Pl*..C orf*T.Wkoeltz,of Ooeoaant 1\ ;
wU for N... Orleans and Mobil Beer All kinds of 0... Good. sombre Ink spas the whitened skull of in'bunest DADS cociTTcorar.County | Grove, Pla 1 t'
1I'&l1hot death Judfe-Atlca K.Heyser,Juno. oft 30 to Dee.4- J. M. BABOO, locietor.Notice. ; :
workman who to Pluk-
by PneCUUag Attorney. Barnes -T. Sanders.Winter M. '
ertoomcB.lOutlaw l budded at the ground on fore year 111.mL ..t
MIAMI( FLA. ... Term First Monday In JsnuarjuHuiloc ...- I .
I,
;. ." ,crook and buds-anatcber. curmoraut, old }'Ionda _Rough Lemon Stocks. Term, Ftrrt Monday Aprit' In County Court (Probate) D4 County ;JJo-. "
r.\...:., 1/1 ,, aDduU,and butcherOfdurkbeWsbplolaudplausfuge.hr I tt.000 or them are Tardiff, others Bummer term. n... Monday In Jjily. -t '1
:"""'- f:, I .. -- we're are'Parson Brown Baby THD- Pall Term. Aril Monday In uct.-ber.- fir too .Uernf theXstatei' :
:' "1 UomaaaM, POSTMAITH AT MunL=-.lw.A. BrlckeU. of Robert .nag Bur-i CUatloe.goyn ;<
dune'*1th you youll tUluk gerine. Triumph
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Moffat, Dee.redToMatlldaatgsalaMoffatGarte
.. *
.iwau'o.tlD.cer.L W.Smith.:
It was-a buzz.... you were flgktliig. llease and Common Grapefruit,.- MoAt ,

: The ;Plant Systems excuse this crampy writing each,::100 'Y Itu $11t2 Edmund F. Motat. Chart S.B. MoW a Aennie >, ""
Bal ItaUo and I'm aT AT5OfFIORRIE
Js1 my rr'* dandling; ettlux
out of Ink." MottaBlond..roo. ) VM 00 $4000 Go\'crDnr.-HraFJ' L. M tit hell.Svcrcuryol A.Broader, and Mary Nile and'all others _
; BooDo'a Early. . .r )() % 100 $40.00 : Mate.-John: L Crawford. ID.e..e4I..u.. etat. of Robert Brae' .
I 'No, C. &hanm..lII1Ddarioe8.r. .4Uo Comptroller.-William D. Bloxhm.: .Bargoyne 1It, deceased. :
: Perfect' Passenger Service. .,, Tre..unr.-4aanure B Colllua. Yon are all and each ol yoj citod to 'b* and ..'.
[From hfr. tianna. by'pi>Uie word of th. Lamb ., .600 Attornty-Oeucral.-William B. Lamar.'
over the tekjiUoite lint whlrli tune fruiu the Heedless Grapefruit..?.50c ? 100110.00Also Sup! rliit.uaeutot PnbUc Instruction-wll- appear befor* thrt Conn.Juno,Dad*County ... ,
: Reaching the 1iost Important;;: Points in Georgia, ,Ala- I' ,Anditorlum to the Auditorium Anne and liam N. 8b."'. ol, Agrkalture.-L; B. WombSBAll Plorlda.no th* so...da day of o.e.a1ler.A. DrUBS '
varieties tha. ; Commiuioner '
each end of which Is In close adjacency to aantclass all or the of 'Peaches ; to show ass If any you have why the ilJDlaotGeDerel.P.trlek
bama, South Carolina, ;Florida, Cuba and bar.I') are known to be anitoil to Sooth Fla. A< Houston. ts.cspWvawIH of said Robert Bra* Bnrfaryn ;
'S
inclndint; the new Fr.. l htona Or. 0arveyOi--General.-W, U. MUton.Jr.suraxxt 11011'0& .should not b* admnted to pro-
i."j_ .Novia Sootia. "!'raJ dOlI' mention it,you traitor. W 11 resume ,.....
a'g" Peach that originMted in cocaTJJCDow.Chief bat .and why let..n.'ad at.lilt should
these letters later Orange County, and U thebfl Justice.-M. H. Msbry.AsmicUU not Issn to Bon. Prederick S, Morse to admia-. ':
p f' :Most: BplencIla o'te1 My to own conndii.typewriter I.bn1 aced out, I aID t>nest. known peach yet oat I'II. 4 JuMlc* ..-B.|f.P F.I4ddon.Taylor. 4Communications later the eMste of said deeae ,.,;.;

for thia section. to. Sate official. WMnes my baud and teal this Kth df| et .. 1.t
., Wont you step nosftbe Mrtet,you e>; lave- 1 I should "
::.. I i, or Supreme Court Jn<1ns be addressed 8opcem1ter.D... 1SB*. ..!.t k
:\ 1 holder will meet Plorlda.saXAToa .
you JAMES to Tallahassee. : .A. E. BstCBB. 1
MOTT
! AttnetunueL Mine Is whisky with *It some 'raoM miiitixTH DISTUCT.Embraclnc '. County Judge and Itzoffield Jndg of Probate .
seltzer on.tb. side." ( Brevard.and,.Dade Ctnntles.), C, irt. 1Ilan.
":'fTte RetnrdCh !gee PROPRIETOR, X.: N Dlmick.of Palm Beach.vtratturrATiVB l' 'Jloaau(SBAU] ,..OI&4JlA.A Csd.usuwoaeiIi' !\

1 Orlando Kursery, Winter HanD, Fli.13noTllm r.ox'vADS cocirrr. 6ept t*IA 1'...30. "' ....,.for Petitioner.t ) r
I .r-brwmf R. B. Potter,of West P.lm Beach.. .
fltlt in fV Air
tin __ '
--- \-- a SoerUTaSaJsvXerWla ; .
i. 'Jo'i FTOM La K w tIcleaUI'IIW. I' : \\i.r-nefwftr"dvam' Inol-. tale,aId%! .i .
.
a7 s ]I. E. Clmir. wubiog to tinA out radar; exeratkm: tsaurd out of the seamy

$,:'," seashore whether in conUios calm weather the air of tLe :L IT, Df.I: :EI :EI. Court depeiiautc.ot Dade wacrcla Oouatr.Robert riiirMafai B.JTeU a es *la v laoretn phUa- ..

an ;jappreci4bl tiff and James O.Truth b dXradaat...... :
A thy of sea silt, made several xperia eola fevlod spar and _10 scO at pubU auatloll'ia ..I. .

in Jeraej iD Anoatin 1805, Iu each ex- Ike eomrt .dons Jaao, florUa, t .
perimeot he eatued, 1 by means ol BO Cocoanut. Grove Lumber bards>>" Irdved th. legel ftvtr.'etd"t... 1Ui day) :of.DeMB .

ber. ..D. 111M.tile ....,burg tae tint .
uptralor, a thousand liter. thirty cubic '
HOD.GES d. GODFREY M.ndaylnlh.m.Dth.makpl.ak'4yto :
,
feel) of air to paM through a aolution i PROPS., UM alflwst and beet bidder lor es.. &.tab follow- .

of silver nitrate. In every cue there I was MAXrraCTCKEBS OF AND OKALKaS III Inc described twleatate, to rttij: CtosaaMNfreiacattoni "'f .;

not to* least ekmdineee of the eolation, tort east ad afteen not aorta tree 3e
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F # In the {West, Coast R (lion of T Florida., This known proving ia that not that at the the all air air nrpiilag oonUina contained, for salt it..1&0It.U!bnly[well. Ciress r aild n Ye11o U W rin L Lniu'er r frets two towahlpiny-tar outhwest(4t taeaee)east cornerof,ran front mat*there, (M twe'kowdreil)section south err north of alaetees raaie two aMsIg| (11)I. '


when the wind carries off salt) spray held r*feetta n *run souta two aaadrd

r. TH1. PLANiT; STEAMSHIP LINES. meehanieaJlj .upeO.aoo. Iud d.t red Vegetable and Fruit Orates feet tbeae,to*ran point west of eoBUMsxeawat two, anadred ,aad.eoatalaiss ci ;-OM ...,'.I
from the crests the salt of water .
,. ware ; era ; red eadkIM acre..... or leal: or so araeh .
I

:: ;: :Steamers ,flying 1 Between tort Tampa, Key Wept and eannot evaporate oouelaaioo into ia the that atmoaphrr.m.Tb..Yideot to ob ..iuthe e.s-ouu .shingles, Lath. Mouldings, &c. eadoaaadeoeta.UMraoI..w1II.-.1&tW. )' asM1.*zo- ''(

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C.ILWlCnr2.kt
tti ivinsand: Between,Mobile and Port Tampa."B.W.WRENN beneficial action of- ea sir we t4n.t Sberlaof Da4CoaarTniirlda. **
i

,t 1 l. >aas.TrafieMana. r. n.-::a )MCFADDEN AaVt Qenl, Pass. AIL go by the when wind the to air continually i. tnfficiently hold.a.iiatei water. \\ViHianis II -&. I arertllzer F I "l..y.NoT.lte1Jsa1.,' Attorney for HatatiX.


Yom( .!.!<. ... S&v.a". Oraum in atupenaion.more beneficial Bach localities aid active.are inticately I o. Xotie* of*!aaexeeatiosi* kerobyictvoa kwotd tkat oet Bader of ta*a Clrcatt.4Vyvtrta : V\\

This condition exist: throughout: *.he 1 Court for Dads Cuoaty florida to a+.... "i .

Biscayne Bay section' u in no. other ic-- OF NE'CTTYORK.. ) r therein d.peOdlrg,wbaeia Mary L eliwarul.* "I'
dODo i plaintiff sal lama 0.TndIt I* dofrudant," I ,-.
Southern a f'" ban Irrlodapomaadwta eeOstpwMI*.uu. .' 4,
( _. la trout of the coon BOOB* 4ogr tit Jamo,flaw
iR : a dartcg tl.lrpl born d aM oa elM TtadayofDecesBbcr \ I I
; Horticultural[Hotes. ..D. $i4. .. betac ta*arst .t
Un.rival.e tb.sad
; Railway. From the 8aa Francisco Chronicle d' Monday IntlM asoiatk sN.teanl BB|* 'ay.Ie t .
;, .; Camphor tree. grow well in California I flu alcaost aad swat Bidder lor cask.tae lottowla. -

1 ABSOLUTELY THE: SHORTEST ROUTE. It may be a minor iodnatry which oo&ld ...... BO'N' E' !* Coaaty. of describrd Dado sad real Mat estate of IlorMa aftvatf, ta lo.wttt!tae: .

= be taken np with profit by person of ingenuity Tae Boataaatt of.Ik* aorta half of tawsmtBty4l .

t and IhnfU In the aale of the gum V01 Ramer all Gf ....U).,.......r.....
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS; DINING the principal competitor would be ibe **IB) ta Tuwaaalp tny''atc. o>; sows of t#
,
.
PWe41'er lags furty-en ijy east foatalBteg forty(l4e)
.2 CARS. :THOROUGHFARE COACHES, Japaner. I seta...a k.i a a trek Ib not u WIIlbe t 't
B&iIau moakroeloua ie aimple. eooogb aeee.rytoaSYty.a......... and costs.X.J.CB1U4MVOBTBV. .
=
/ + ,1VESTIBULED TRAINS. U yoor aoil U warn ftffrich and loamy.) ---.FOE. I

Plant after the permanently DMeOoaaq..na. '. I,
/ ground gets lAMtaA.alcOW

t ,, "T.4.JID. it.L, JrOaT.UrD W ST. warm or atarI in .'hotbed]in pout or berry Lemons jUteney for naiadf. arr

!';;; : boxea. ..U.., rate, do not put them into Pineapples Oranges s' -i
:
r tax., u x.. a1.S. the ground until warm. JTbeo cultivate It'a Sate f, \
r11s. -.. Cad r and by vbt** of an *zeistloa <
r+ t'fik1 T.aa.'b.Hs:,, lrr.a &II TnI.aU7.., ... tboroogbly with a reasonable meant jot County Coert of Dad Cossty.rhL.ta I
+ M.U. aa1ICn#.. water and TOO will hare melon enough. Strawberries and Vegetables. = rhcrrta >peB4uc.whertts Kfle*hUa> i}

The Winchester Record aaya that in aad Da Jones b det.'.
,joN J'nkr1D .F CiM:,,;; tw 8 M Jar Resvt D. C a p. e Y tm t m rem effort U being mss to organize a company act,I hive)levied epos and wlll.s..at ptsbn ;.
tit ? t+e t41aa 110-p..1.4/ auettasi IB front of the eonrt hose door.at"...
= A, YAaa a. 4 ei"psh to plant from- fiOO to 1200 acre* ofoil. Have beehjargely .sold I in Florida for 15 years. Dado city Fhui dartnc the tcgal ......,. roIaJe. -
.G lnar'a1:1 w Albert. 4 N I Y prii .
.t .. in Riverside and build ,
;..,. Isrm f.rraraKa eft .. .. ,. eouuty an t OBI th* sir Monday of Dtee.ber.L D. -
r tiarlallaAoph'a:., .. $i saw ". rube. a Q.. f p oil mill and pickle'factory. The capital I W. J. Shone Agt Cocoanut Grui tMUMBBaMs tectae 1th day of:D r "ber.
*, v law,to the highest sad heat bidder
forcsah
L stock ia to be from' $100,000 to $150.000. ,tho
s 5 WilrAr t/oalh'11..t :,;; sa RM Mr a a L 10016irHatb luOowtasT described real coat { N
.. .. "sftaate in.the a'.
iaYafflz:.:.,.,.. a I- Y.. tM 111 4.n., ., -.M the upon enterprise which sum will tts pay promoters good dividends claim thut in \V. ,J. Pollard, Gen. IanA".; Southern Department; Augusta Cowatyof Had*and state of HorUat rltr S:,.

....._....._......./... ......... ...__._ ec seven year Ga. Warehouse Palatka, Fla. .la Tbalawh.le.gl.rt.D.wJ.Ja.e..ttasyROet3atnLprliupl aecttosj MTon.fha.o.tbdsag, a: j

We bars before mentioned the ei:> east. in Ujsde Coarrfy. rhLdeeribed ss two
> i..g1 M. !grad .f.fliy." 1 6aUT I J S. v and IItreIHDe..... .....(.... 1WOO) aero. ,
..h'.
plantings of olive trees gtAogon ..... port of the bath-west. ..... of the ":'
.., QUICK/T1MB :,TO ALL ia Southern Cai lonaia. \jTbe three la- Chase & Harney acrthoaat ,ssrtr'U anid Reetloa twonty hMVU
\ \ < *' -= t. ,. t.
-
Rut now actually being planted& are those ta township tad aaa*aforesaid. ,
POINTS NAMED.vtpg of Andrew of Chioaffo .. ... JL I.ClrUUJJOwoanl. .
: McNally of 400 ....J:1S.: nJ:1': oe -- -- -- .
$ ..,.. .' I IeenI and C. B. & iud lira. ESUvssjeoo. m. SherlClMdBCooaty,]n...
A
,, .vewoo : = ._ ft U. ;'
- ers.UCOTT :
V i n* *i''iV -e r1I'::
*TA ,?i r V i f -; _
MO acre, near Fnllerton and Atfetreys l e ... ao-M 01 )

D.E.Eatery,UU of Oakland, :S40 accstMWiipW. -REPRESENTING TEEPea ,

H'MWIW ofthe.Vbe-Preaident.. Mrs. &.,* ioa! lathe rife i ] Metul I. Life, F&liij' iri fixity CNt uy thrNall Iji% Rre'ft-pik. '..)totleo- tt h.nby NOTICE.deer ghat.t4 IIab.. Cos' .,

fort grffatlooal fhwrehitf Wo ralm aea).TVthiothdByefCov *- .
.
v t 1 Special raUs on dwelling property five years. a..why}apply M the--"Iolaa p. .....es .. 1

..About two'rean',1Ot tie Her. )(r''. ALSO Rsxumr Aocrrs "' ) ti ky .LA.J8B1, for.SMUaauasJ '
1-r Serf f.of Bio* Springs, I Nehv, toot bin '. Tom ; uant N Ip d jtt.r.ehialq aoeats ed, '-j.HALL'S .

hair after Jeter and bald. SAFE AND LOCK CO.:; roetty j dUMWas.b.ed.ly' It
use4Ayer Hair u rt** .
Ha a" .uy're.olved'U> r
And brokers in
Vicar and aow' baa as toe a bead olbafr f ertiliwrs and FsrtjUisr Material :Da&e4Oe1.IIJIIIII,3 ; \, ... .. "'" :
W. ,. A ..... : :, ',. ,;cCoOaL&.lenllft.; ... ,r'
desired., Thi Is sir otazr: bUo State *t q.
Ifettie No.. 8th, Jq6. i yp f uirt as twdd M 't ., .,,, .. .fgoat/0t1'rWb..s,.,"::0..
iatalJ t fact trar/h ; .j I-ly-U MIAMLFLORIDA. Oot-tsXer.easi.y. : .< .

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sue' D. W.. MERR1TT,-- but thin--in! -doubtful.- It. lit I;!,I probabl lion had .hern occupied b> th*,naval I w ills 1W nwn eft for W el. Itlor- 1 .FLORIDA... ;: i

that it wan but a temporary station forces between the date of Captain Ida. Un thco 34 Captain Burke and

I Contractor. -. .> JQ- picketed for purl ore of ser'urity and Vintun'rdeparlurrand that of Kurke' "pis wen Il'n f r Tampa and OQI :

.".; : ---"**"-- occupied merely at. Micli/tinie as the arrival. Captain Iturie goes on lu say I I February lilt the rest of, the garrison. East C ORaihva :'

r] .,),. naval force! wen operating in the that )tie verbal inrtrnrliuns' were I.-I,f..i1..1I1.'t'.and... entytwowen ...,.- : ;
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& Builder.Give 'W..Up"Tlw main station *a011 Key take pail"n |he>.left bank: of the mouth I drew to Fort La ;.t the tuotUIlI..r rOBXBBLT THE r. : I .

Biscayne, which afforded. a l belter imam of the Miami near t he M twofold FortDallas' I .lew (fiver. aid' Fort Dtllar. ''wntI. W
chance SL 4 lira Rim R. :
,Give JxbntiUr Aiguliu .
us a .
wand of tin approaches from the Went thus warranting UK inference tururduvrr, to lee navy.A ; i:

t j/!' to' figure on .{our .. ,. Indies or from the Atlantic.It that. a.. )et .no 'attempt had been thorough JUlulnlUoa of the 1 1
..... .. Tim" Tab I* Effect Joe 15.1896- : :
r.1 J...I building.. .wa_ not UIIUIIM.1H that) the point made. to 'erect any Iwrntanrut building records ur the 1.d ..es of the. -_- -- 4.
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illIsiO1GAfiATTlld became in of military importance. *. f and the Quart r.altt'r-Gt'n.
Befer to Julia D. .Tattle, F. T. sO any manner SOUTH BOUND. rS :,i
: 1 Budge.. and Bank of Bay BIIIeIJa. On the ilth 'of January of From thin time to February. lV4i, er.1 has failed to licit any certain In. --;TATIOss.Iv.- !to.< Ko. So. { .

I: ___ -. that Jear, General Jenp, wj Io ."uccevded the accusation uf Fort lianas. wa continual 'formation rega 'DC the Dumber and >t. 27 slIm. 0. 1

General ,Sitll In coinuiand' of *. On the IC uf March, I <4U, i I'harldt'r of Ib buildlDgtI that abel. J.cknwvllu,uJt .,...u.. 193 e I'a .. Juap is ........,z..... .... .... ...;....'.

1 THE PEACOCK INN War Oepsrtaent't Report of 'the the troop in .Florida eiuuiitered. a lhecomMin) of theSd Infantry left. for !(I erect the truu4s uri'g this ..ucxupaI :L.tK. ....uut... m. Via ...... ...., ._ .. j'
LT a.'hl.11. II Ye. ...... ... .- ;;J
r '- LOCATEDIVBiSCAYNE OH-. OcenpttioB Port DalUsT ii>Aiderable force. nf IndiaiiM mi the Fort ,N<>. :a, and on .the nth of July j I I litwi from';39 to y12.: rwrt.rn years Ar retake.LTrMaika. ...... .1 !.. M _. ,1"")

I .' ," ... mu .... e. .. .
: l.oraliatclitf and after a brisk eiigacc-: Captain Uur.. omian) wareluvedby I later (ISJ! whet troop' again landed -

BAY went nucc-eedeil 'In drhhig them out ofD Company II, :3d Artier( ) under the i.t the site. they ttUnd one tWCMtorl ,Ar.Van ea. }Male I...*......,. >.i w y m insoe ......-:. ............... ..... ..,. .. ''';1

.. .' TK>AXKT AXD MATT Or THX QItiri I the swamp toward the i' ]Flvw enilasi. Booth of MiaaaLTcwoldMt TATXS.latsrsstlng ;:.tiLa (LT. ... ip _.... ..,...... .._.
t Bad largest hotel hofietl toHurround and rapture them. Ord. Major W. I.. M 'Clint.*:k, :3d Ar- first story walls! raf .long ,storehouse L* r mesa '.. I"t. .._.. .;...... ...... .',"11

". OQ lu. Bay. H.A ,. LT. TUoiTllW.,... tat p tit .',... ...... :..... ..1
for UM BuiatyM Bay Yachtfidftteai Aocoant of Kutr ladiaa Wan fa command thena\al forij t'14lu| proceed a"*umed C"I..IIII.n'd.J hut Captain. Burke lug. IkIst" feet-a I or whicb"had been LvCocoa......... pi.. ..a.. .}...... ...... -.
.. ...... ........ ...... .
LvRotklcdMBl '
otDb.4 aa4 Uw Fait beet Itallaa TooknrroutATioH with ubsMeiife slid !tinge to returned. on the -47th. of Februarj and put upwhru the lice was previously Lv Kan Oall.e* Np p .. ,... ......,. ...... a

,re, Uoek dai Mlld.. KolBatM tanTO -. > Key WH'A)nr. where" lie I Mould" te Major :Mc(:linti*'k took the field. The occupied at a military post- And Jotbuult I.., MelboBrtte.... 4 up r i iMpl ...... ......_ _.. ,)
LvBoeeUadLT .... .. ...... .. ..
Jh.II'CI'I.). a romiali) of a'llllI.r: ). "11 uminr: uf 1H11 wa spentin ncout- or Flt.zpa. rlcl(already refund aebatuti.. ... 4 "7plJPJ r ..... .t... ...... ..1
.I.M! Per Day and Upward.BfN LT. Pun rteree... I O w .... 110 a ._
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rtaJ Rates by the Waak.CIAS. : nrxnftHZD THZ titTEorout I )ou can e>tabli h a |Hc 61 aial dj ot on ing the hvergladrsstimegarrison chang- to, It was ailrgd that 'tlmber for LT. Idea.._..... 1 :... I Ua ...... i

rKOat KZAOQUAXTIRSVTOJI the river," he write*, "I' il.- ire you to ing'from time to time. On the td uf building" was cu from he premises. LT J......._..... ? $ a ?...' III. ....
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Lvw.Jspttar... IG, ...... ..Tn ... ,j
PEAC8CK SM XZQUX8T.i '. ,. Ketchum and sey..rll frame bon... Miami ......, .. .. ._ .. .
Pnffietirs,, .. I do o. provided it can IN tloiewitlM| ut November, l.ieutenaiiU J. II. 00 the LT lit" 7 H. .. :; -
r .. .._ '
w 1M 10.
tiN much exN...itiK )'..ur ninail force, to and II. B. .Field 3d Artillery, .hb"bly.olle riverr were take possession 01. But LT LT. UwtO Pair.Seek.. .... .*p p a r........ 11 t. s --,. j

COOOAKT7T OBOVE, FLA: the attacks of llieMijK-rivr fnrceo/ theenemy. Jllt'li. joined the pu-,1,'and on I this I. aU. Fit patrick', attorneys LT Pi Le.derdale to p BISISPIB ...... 1 lip _... ...
""' --'"! .retaia .( Infomatloa Tar LT Lemon City.ArUUmL .... ....... I..ap.... \ .J
..o.-.An 1M Yw. M-U rMkal by Local bqa1J1& .t. j the SMh! of Deember, Captain George .,chimed that afle the troops left Fort ........ W 7a ..... a mb ...... q

-- -- In obedience to t UWe ortler Company Wright .and two companie. (C.' and G), .1I.lIa. the India s came In.and destroyed NORTH BOUND. !i;

{ r C, lit the l"t lctrn ;...f>.'ArtiHerjnine tWO: oftjaider Nth Infantry Jo" cft1I'l'r. and' men, arrived I the blocf houses, pickets ahdI TATIONI.LrUUal NOp K*. No. No. :. ;
.The Scotcbmen M.lite. SlJ 'I'. j
_ PAIn THIS YliOABLI KISTOKICAL AETXCU and forts. the ri _,__ ; .I
III..n. ;
en >nte to the interior. On the other streturee th 't were constructed
} 1 .. .. ...... 1 W Y ... ..
W ton 8CBAT BOOK TOR ruuuuaudofCaptain1..R.11'( 'I hm4crar| i ih cmf I .. ...... Wa .. ... tt
l January tI2 I,: Captain Wright I (Continued tin<< eighth page.) LvLaooaCur. Ma si : ,:
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nmrmx BJtrxuNcz.EGAltlUNU. ......
HMM art tb* men for loG to iuUrvww LrrlLwd.N. t17sr.. TMa
ri\ed at the mouth of tlut| \liuhirh mil, early ,
\ L., LI.&oII........ 1ldaa...... fags ...... ;I
...:.....:... in February, .1I..n..b'i..I. hd. a pout L. W rtl* Btacfe TttfB .. ...... iiisaU4 --.. .
r THEY R PAIRrpr .T W.... .... I 7B ...... pup .;.. s
themilitary they called Fort It all 1 ", doubt-. L.TLT l........ Waaa04a ...... e ...... '
y It tlu tile. of the. M... of l-ut. L..,K4."......;;.. I mU .._. amp ......
Guns, o occupan ss on ) Fort n.roe.,. i/os ..... a e'p .' ..- ;
of Old Fort IMI- Cndrrdateif February .v1 ,H..auralI ; ] Lt' l.buUas..... 10.ar ... .4..p .:..w.Lv .
_ ty ,Bicycles cy kaaelaad_... *4 a aa ..,:- .:?.... ......
las at the; mouth I jJetfKtip writes Captain Veli-ter" : "1 1 Lvsbuurss.... tttsait a..
Machines L" Ea.GaUl. .. 1v a ...... .... .... .?.. .
Sewing ,. ot the Miami rh IT hate made a conditional Arrangement Lvk.ekledgs1 >1'11I p at .._. ......;. :,.... '
we had heard eet'- with, the Indians of 'J'ut-\.Jt\ e'n band Lv Coco ..... iiOwpis .. ..-.. :...... ......
Locks, Ly Ttteevtile asp ...:.. ........ ..-.. .
rill! conflicting I that they are to come in and await tlat'd..i..i..11 LT H/w $.yro% IMpa.S ...... ...... ,'.. '
} Anything LT. Fart Orau.*_ M p m ..__ ......... ..-to .;
t.lemenlf. Kealizingthat or thePreMdeiitwh( IleerIhey L" O'J1OD&.... II. .._' ..?..<. ..,.. ':
-. Everything: thetrue shall remain in the country! o r Irate. it. .TOrmood.. I f6 p m ...... ........ ...... .
L"Kua'ala'ka.. 4 *l .... ... ... ...... ')
l fa'cts would be ofgreat The annjr may not;therefore go as, far 4F ; r HAH MAMO.... .... .. .. ... ...... ..-.. .
ril lort Gurutted Flrsl-CUaii all interest to down as Key Biscayne, or,et n to New Ls ". W.....: StOp r ,....' ...; ,j. ....

at ...... .. ...... ...... t
Respects. -' our readers we Kiter. Your |,."I, however. will be .r L.r.latta ... ... I1ro pr ..r.. ... ...1- .....' ;

wrote to the Vuiled States War Ilr-part* kept up during the summer' i nd I desire ; ILa... a. .,1.... .. ...... ....
GIVE THEM A TRIAL : L" it Allpfld.. 111p ..... + ..... JArlaebollYiIl.
went requesting it to furnish' uawith i )i'u to make )t "r 'lIt.it'a comfortable ... 1 .imp .....,... ..... .'"

JrJlUI'\c MUmL Brady's WarcboM,0cI.zw AVVBM..'..D..., such data as might be diwhwed by its as p< alible. If.jouj learn that ; kOt A. V W. BRANCH. l'" ,

if --- records in regard to Fort Dalla there are IlIali'It'04tU.I." al}our poot ; NORTH SOUND.TATIO' ,

Our request was granted with great iii llnf Hammer, )uU must t eiquartermaMer id to the '
.A.. :EE: J5J .. .t N.Ar ..
courtesy and promptness. We aretherefore at St. Au/u/
Ws Maaalaetort all enabled to present our read | tar, uulrse you ran purchasethem .1 Ar Ji Lake.. H tUleo..'raa.. M50a 1 a SB m m I 4"j:..:.:.:.-.f::

t klad aid ales of ers with the appended very' roinplele from the'wj'e.kers.Y it OraBf CUj- UWBBtUtta --. '.:
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Information on tbe ,subject, ,.u boiild ,.bain rart"l1 teed and LT O. City 1. a -

f : We would also state that Ur.. JuliaD. plant an extensive garden for Sour : SOUTH BOUND.TATIOXS. ;

Cypress Tuttle bad also written a friend at men. YOU way be able to'obtain them, i t Ia I ...L 'M.. I'' N.. Ito. : ,

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Washington for the fact and he search perhaps from the i rlUruieul' 4111 runic j.T Kw' il .rt.
tSAFETY .T Lak., .rnaa'I1ffi' ,W.... ..... ......
: Tanks had''already been Instituted at hU request uf the keys; if not, scud to S ;. Augustine LT Orange "'". :...-.-t. ......RAr0
tlttta ........ ...: -
i J. Chr ;&
rs ::_ and almost completed when our for thrw i' COMFORT QUICK TIME [ LOf RATES .

._ request was received which account ,it uas (General Jersup'ib| lief that n.M TUBS Tab..1to. IbeUaietal'wfcleB t
Fine Cuiuneamid Her tire. .1oTraasferBetweeJaekiomstiUswidNewYork.The trains may be exp.ted to arrive aM depart 1 ..
: c. I. DiTIS A SM, for tbe remarkable Promptness with, boats could enter the ; K ergladeithrough front tbe several uttoeia, bat tbetr ertlTal .rdepenvre a
FIL which the data was furnished us. l the Miami and < ome out Fleet it competed of the following Handsome Kea Stall (teasers: at CIte times Mated Is mot f oasaatecd.or .
.Palatka -' does the Ccapaay bold tuell reepoBelbl
fir Writs tor Cauioo*. 1. Ms Neither IIrs. Tuttle or tbe editor of through New ltiieratwlu. e mouth lie Cominche ((0/)1) i AIjonq.li, I IroqioU, t Cberokit", i S I1JoIL for ear delay or any arising

the af BTBoroua, were aware.of the intentiou proporii to et>'tabli-anot tier ]tost, bot litu NORTH-BOUND. 1 I M/roaa., AMiauuit .haw.r yoaL
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TIiR of the other to send fur the 'IM supplied from a dvjxit at Key Steamers are appointed to sell according to the tl .. 010.H. WXXS. 'I'".Mtua1..Tho'FloridaGontral.. T

data, which is a. follows: #'Bi...-ajiie. In March li".>.r t a force From Jotcktll\u.uf".l Fla. (calling' at ibarlentou), tluDd.,.. w.dnr4ay..od Uy...4 Tbarsdays.From .
Charleston. S. C.. Monday W Friday
River View ,House WAK ().....aTJIII:5T: under I.ieoteiiaiitdoiiel Ult'lId to' For buuia of.tailing Hit "Clyde Line" Scbedale;or Jacksonville and Cbarleeton dally paper
'.....TAUT <> *a.It a.i.SUlillLS J : .
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TI"' IJHJTVX.}Nov. 10, -. ] toter tbe'lrvrrgiadrs'iu onle rlo font "SOUTH- : aDN ; .=..*$: ,": __.. -
Indians who had refuge Steamer appointed to sail from Plet 3* East N.. York'at follows .
: Formerly the Ooaolly) WALTZ 8.GBABAU, tin sough a are Liver : t p. at as : "
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For C.'b.II'-OD a ( Monday Wedod"yt and Fridays.ForJacksouTiUn. .
A First-Class Family PreeUeBt bit Caajt rnuUshlnf Co., there U) surrender but brf.re these ilL, ( at Cbarleton>, Mondays WedneHUyi end Friday. -A. -
i Kia'.Dade Couat7.FIa. pluhmrltuld be carried out.Geiiera.'Je.- .PENINSULAR RR.:
House CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
,1, Boarding PKAB SIB:Agreeable with your request upwa relieved I I.) General TIJ; lur and i

.a Table Supplied with tba Bert of tU of tbe BOth ultimo 1 hue the a new.policy was inaugurated. In the (DE BARY'LINE) Slortsst Liu Brtim Flarl4t od ill :

MarketOppoalte honor to enclose certain notes relating development ur Jhi plan the : mops al Jacksonville, Palatka Sanford, Enterprise. .F/a., and' Inlermedtatcallloj : PiIIts.

'. Y Howl XUmL to tbe history of Fort Dallas, Florida, Fort Dallas were' will'Jrawii, to Ke> Landings OH ll tit. Jvhnt, Rive IfrtHll .,
from the records of this ottice. Only 188 tail htiwBB* BBTaasBh ,Bad.
iRS.I.J.SPlTLER.'Prop.OotXVCmifa : prepared BiiM-ajne April 5,141 P, wber they re- The Elegant Iron Sidewbeel SteapterCJTTT JackBoavUlB.

'v -1 Very respectfully uiaiiied through that )ear their peltbeing -.ACKBONVII.T: +E"i

(I'' #0' M umi. FloriOa.f ., J. V. GlLUOKK, nanutt Fort Baukhrrd.tnthe.ihof.lamuary,1MB9. CAPTAIN 'W. A. SILAW, Net Route Jo Cincinnati .

;I. 'A'et.Adjt..Gen. ( 'oinpanjK Is.ppuluwd III sail AI follows '1 ., ...

FOR DATA BKtATIXO TO FORT DALLAS.. FLA. :l.| Artillery, thirty-IIIIK* 1It'1i. under ...eUtIJacL""nyll1..':.r. '' :........._.:...... .. .JsuDd..r. Tieedays a cI Frtd.". 1It'Io: p. mt.luruu.g -- -- ;
Ixeves S.ufurd: .... .....,. .. .. ,Jlond.\-elllludaI.D, 'JIll
J. The landing of, troops .en Bay Bitt- fommand of t'uptain J. li Vinlon., ..' : Suurdayl al a. m Asltrille, IM Sfriip iri YIwIkWeC9ada.

DYNAMITE cayne and on tbe wain land lat the arrived at Hay BiM-aj lie, and auiedatrmused ;;l'rtiH'H'SD.' SCHEDULE K'fBBOUND. --

mouth of the Miami river was an iuci- ( and at Foi t Dallas,.. I.4 duw D. ,,Jed ep.Lera t' ec.'ft7. :=
Safety Fuse to look'pet a1 pa ::::::::-:.t... .. .. .. J.'k.o lu.4.... .._ .. .. .brh.....10 a .
:.{ deat of the prosecution of the Semi- With those troop| were l"t Li -ut. Geo. .. eupw .. .. .. .. .. .._ .. .. .. .. ......I.k. .. .. .. .. ... ..: .... 1Aa.lIOp. Throogb 0b iMK :
note war. When General :Scott assumed ,, .. 3.. a rk .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .A.lur... ... .. .... ;. .. .. .. .... .110 p m sad IMTB Jaduoot tf iO p. ax. .
C. JucJu"Y.III.\ <>irtaiit-Siirgitiii J. 11. .. &f. )1. .... ..... .. .. .. .... .. .....$ t.r.u..I. .. ." 130 ..
command the'troop in Klorida. Baldwin. On tlie |$4 of M ircti for ... .. ; .. .,.. ...... .. ".. ..iirrrdw9l.-.a. ".... I >>p m I Everett Sa....... Aa uta, CB, CoPkiUdalphiB -
L. Explosive Caps Anhe.aU. It .d... .. .. .. .. .. .... .S.ul.'d. .. .... .. .. ......... .... .m 1GO s a i JaaINa, Waskiagtos, R.ldaon.
.earlyiu 1A3C,braked theco-oiH-ra- garriui wa I nc reaped' t.)' the arrivalof !f ;::' bo .. .. ... .. .. .........."' 1.,1" "'.' .. .. .. ... .. .. .. '. at. .. I \
Uou of tbe Navy in preventing the which .. .. ...:".. '. ... .....ul..rI..:. .... ._.......0".. ... .. .110. sar Naw.Yock,
i..pani 1 Infantry bad and
-- -- -- -- I. I a Boston tMEaat.
T S : Electric Exploders landing on tbe east coast of arms,am- evacuatedFort. Miami in tlw .;\'er- Oemrul Passenger a"d Ticket OJlct, 201 hest Bal Sir ct, JackIOJlvill&. e s

J i ::: : inunitioB, etcM which ill-dioponed glade, under the comniand of 2d Lieu 1 KaabrUle.Everett Lo.uvllk.Ctanrad Mason Atlanta Chctaatop"and tb/1sa.",,

Spanisb traders were willing to ell to tenant Charles J:.'U'oodrnKm, that on J. A. LUUI., 8- "N9- L HOWARD F. Fr A. F. M. IItONMON05RF. p. A. KreretU Blr"IOgbe. Molly ., .. ....
.' %:) 3._ aacaws\ILLz. "LA. I toil'( : l bta. Ltme wick, Lvuu pry k[warif.., CBtoavo
tbe Indians. In tbe of tlllil obJect
pursuit the 31st of March the garrion numbered clYDE. ( aiooz: City. f' -
T. O. EGER T. M.. Ie. COLE. 04; P A. M.N. A. To/'II./
C.B. SMITH a force of tailors under the command JdTer Janetioa.reataeola. Mobile, Xetr Or-
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rr three olllctrr and veveiity-6ix II .L"'i" .u. ICay Tws.WM. leeaa, Texas Meiieo,Caa1Ienja.M> Fad-
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,State Aft. Aetna Powder Co. of Lieut. L. M.-'I'uwrll U. S. N., P. CLYDE a CO.. Gaa'J'ApatL! _e- Ceu&.

in.- landed vo the mainland just below Hie men.As an incident connected, uitli the II Bowling Green. 1o.. York cu,. It So Dcl. Fbiladelpkia. 1.7" EFFECTIVE FEB., 23,' 1896.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA : Nay You Lorm K..82.lea".. SC ......
28i..m.r. mouth of tbe Miami,some time in tbe arrival of thiacouipaiiy! it ma> l e mentioned lia Leaf.JacaaMrUte 11_a. ..

,Bummer of 1836, and erected a stockade that after ,evacuati ig Fort dally I"t IlroD,'"' hlI... BlMpers leeav.ren

which they railed Fort Q.III1. doubtless M iami I and hile dr.rcendingtIieMiaumi; Georgia Southern & Florid&'Railw'ySuwanee' .......0.,..iMTaABaB.. FbilMielpbU.Colombia fce* ,Turk.WaeaiBctoa B.a.a,,
.. sad aU kUaUra pot.&&. Ant..,.. ladaoe.Uje
THE Uf COMPANY in compliment to Commodore river 4'ti route to,. Fort halls|<, on the .JO p. m. M. AABatlBe 7.4S p. .. .
JOHNSON Alexander James Dallas., U. 8. Navy :28th of Frbrurylhetroupi IH-II 1111dr Maw Yeaa MAP ass kUrm.M Xe. at, ......
Florta.Tizlaa JackaoiiTtUeS: a. ... oaily(eoBBeUiun.....
.. then In command of 'the naval forces the okiumand of (' pl.11I .'I..Russell River'Rout to' M. AnxaOiM 1 a. m.) for.... Bankers MBU
-DeBlerela- r. ndiu Branewick a.d tames
ra,
ID the West Indies.Commodore were attacked by the Indiu.e who -

i S r D.Uauokrl"d the h 'the bank first : Table Number .. f .' *tbe WeeUfal bill eooBtryof
Navy lay in ambut> on ti.e OalJJIbJoq .
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} 'FJ&i1 aid beery i P.e BBd EiteeaaU
Sties" as B midshipman in IHtf, armed with volley from the i Indian wa* SOUTHBOUND RTH BOUND Bay Ua.JeekaoBTtlle*.es a.m. tor LeAe City
STATIONS.H .
f the La" Od. Maims Moa ceUo. ? ...1BlTerJBBcUoB .,
I I..aht
credit during tbe second war with, aimed and past. 1 ft-r the : t Nos Na3 Not ... Not No4 0 renaacoia. Mobile, Mew _..

: .: .- 1JgbUmg aa4 rover Flaw iBstaJM.. Great Britain and rising through the soldier, 1.O that they. struck at I once for ... .... _. 'I su e a 'I1IIt. a Le.".... .... AUaDte:........ ..1rr11'. 1 M r t M e r ... ...; and a..u.tbe and fnetBc tbe Coast wolves) Carrie*. atexleo.Bleepen.UeJiforaU Anlres S
'. .._Armatures newoosd Ctc.tepajr : varioui grades reached tbe rank of rap., the oppntiile chore. On rearhiug it II ram II oo arrive .. .."4MD. ... .... Lore 4 4 / is .lacbe..UIe' a. a*. FLeavy

lie 4 7pYu rant ar a+rel .. .... .. l ar11toaN -
1a1..tooal. ..II WretFbnhtk Itnet.e' Lain was B son of Alexander Captain Russell leaped from the boat| '116Itr. 1 .1 A 1 II r a Ardre. ...... .ordcle. .. .,Lear. S IS 1 17 1 q JackaoBTtlle t-M a. .. for Starts
.a Mal.lte8 James Dallas, who was Secretary of, turned around and was about toaddret* .\ s 1.G 7 of ,.... '... Tifton .... ........... It M M 1 q BAVtberM, silver Spring Ocala "' ttalBeerUl, '
e' BboyaJMt Warebonee. ; lOW i iG i !b .. : ....... Valdosta .............,,, u m p' $10SU '....kaOrlaadoLacolee.IJ.d.Tp... C
State under President Jefferson in him men, when he wa truck by a bul- .......... m :: ... ..1.. IIN r "./ .. .... Ap
of Di&orl. ITWt> and Secretary of the i let from the and i 'tantl .....;.... 6 7.0 .....z..4.k. Cft ....... ...." p Ia a m ..?..... .. (.'1&1.T..... ArrireJackeomnUeS: Emery Treasury enemy i ) .... .... 550 Iota ... ? s e0 s a1. .... a.... -
and acting Secretary of War In 1811, : killed. Lieutenant WtMidruiT, A ho was ..... .... a l A a a mo r s eave, .. .... t iui,?, .:. {.Arr re 1 r r a ...... CIwi..U u.J'1orI4a .le.Tes leek
fr ... .... 61. a w Ante.. W.i vn.. .Leave le / MS ,..... .....w.UOp.: -. solid VeetlbeJe Ttelau Tim.
"'. F. L BISHOP. MANAGER and was a brother of George )I.Dallas;I l in the secondboat,eoibled lie troop ... -... to a M. .. JACLSOITU.LE....... ....is am .... ....-.. s little over a> boars to Claimed TU MaeoauAtUsM.
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**pC 11 U Dec.11"<*. .Jae..YIDe.Flortda.fr who was Vice-president of the United and eugagi-d the Indians nearly a'1a' :.......... a. A r : ave... ... li i. A re 11 711 r ... .C.. Cblraco.aM Ceejaecie all pUntt sank KaabraialLoaiafUle. aid
D.II..1dl Sa 17, Arrtve P ITZQIIILD i save a m a sii Arrive J. riDe S JsaTaa.
States in 1M&-49. Commodore hour when "C ec -=uoa :
they fetreated.This .7 r a i'J e3 / ... ,.. ... . .....Arrive .., m7; 4&mII Molly springs....... Bt.Uww. [any taty:: .
In the harbor Of Callao Peru; in mov euient, however, w a> merely r. I .bi ... {... .. Arrive..e linlr an ,.Leer, a q s aim CBicaco. Love JaeJuoanUs t. p. am. rlav ..
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t Ir \ ? IWt Ilia.son, Alexander James, also one of accommodation, for th better .., .. ,. 'u as iii ra rrlr:,r.latk.. ...? A re sea 4 4 ..... Mw.....Sp iGaa I city. ""yoaim I;
Wheri J a-Jacksonville. an officer of the navy, died in l&U; bill carrying on of operation in t tie interior .,.. .. I St r n 31s A a Arrive.. .... itautor.l,... ... .Laave s a 1 if .?. ... CbteMO. Sinus Ci4 Tbroe..aite !.....! wna-
.. ...... a a4 a 6/ .. .... ..... Orlando.... u....,.. 1$ Il M .. ...... tat.......Ie JtaaMe CUT... ... ....... mid .. '
grandson Alexander James, entered for in tbe early part of June, t8lu, .. a am a 3m .......... l rtrl.d .. .. I W I50 ....., oslT.e a c....... Cbleac sad Stow CJty. : ,
toe 'Fort 71m kM, . TAKIA : ." ISO SOS Atd..J......rlDe,:It
.. STOPATTHE' navy aa a midshipman in JMG. but the troop again left Dallas and ,u .. +.. leave .. Palatka.-i? ,Atrle ....... r ...,....,. /t/p.j_. -tB,.. foe fineba.iti nA ht.ratedlat. *
resigned 1861. At the breaking out tout the field. I2. ra ,...... ArrtTe.,. .. 'Ormoad.z.Leave Kw' yotBU. ArrtTB laeboa.sDeI:8.. as.F .
a Its Ba Lkder. .,.., .. .:It m.-Tst TM'. u41'aI1aaa. ta/lraodMm.
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r r of the civil war enlisted a* B private The third and more permanent occupation ".-+'" .. O poUtt. Arrive -... .
,.. ama 'P' ...,.. WcmiP.laBsel .?.... .. 770A aieepML svOk
soldier, bat was soon commissioned in ti.li-'drum October 22.'lckl,when : .:... it "."' -. ........ .. ... MIAII1, .?..,.....? : : :: as : ....:. r.1:1a.MaceL Ad&. .
: twoVale daily. Lq:.
s RiVerView? HoW l the army and served with distinction Captain Martin ,Burke. 3d Artillery' ,r,___riDe 1:11 L a.u4 7... M.dlsdiis.dgsT 'l
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: Or-erald Pull au 8uJl'tlt Cleepcn the year roaod beC..... XaakvWi,1..'" sad Jackson.'tie. ,. -. wfu.tr .
throughout the war. lie was retired with Company I, ad Artillt'.r1r and"a na. via Marna asd fUtoD on Tr.ln N..D4 .. .,
Oper.en Lot..1 Sktptrs: ....,iut round Wtwtei )laco.,Gs, .4 Fal b. Fla. na o..a "
F1. 4 .. r :'t aa B lieutenant-colonel la l&i,and died part of Company 1,3d: Infantry, left I r.cllrw-t 011 Tr.ID.Nut.' sad 1.f A.GeDiitnaattoas.1'

Eiversw3erATenuQ! near Bay in Washington July 19; 1It -. Fort Kbssell on Key BiSt'a1'Jt'' and mad Tfltue on. Pullaae(rune IId'd t.ud Sleepers. between k.Losta. )10..and Jaekas n..via Maeos M. S. PIf f t fT N ..

; Is not known bow long the naval landed at the mouth of the Miami the ;;
r"' Street. Direct Line Fitzgerald (Soldiers Colon ) via T1fton
forces remained at Fort Dallas, nor ,same afternoon and re-etabli VdlLepot
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does the character of their establishment of Dallas. On his / t W. Zumwalt
Fort, ,nt.J't'- X1..1-DinnerTifton.: Supper Lab City. S-8re1kfaat Lab ciz4liassg TUtOLJro ,
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On. a Stj appear oc record. In certain Testimony turn,,in explanation of tbe uame given B"kf" Lake Cill. Xo. J-lappet Lab CII). Xi. I-hpef C.racl.. Xo. 1-anatJu& 'M9aalarlB.FURNITURE. '
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?! ,presented to the Court'or tai the post appears 'tbe remark "It is wlater Tootb&a 'I' k..011.k to all rJori4a polr.D:eons saelag JOYN'a.co INS. -

'.&f ig'-- A ttlolifiOMrdayEoropsma Claims by>> the estate of Colonel( Richard I proper to remark that Captain Mayo, D.[ G. HALL T P.,A, W. JL LUOAS, J'P: : A., .

Booaaa COo,'Y&V H Fitzpatrick ,who owned the land on U. 8. N., bad a pithy of omen previous >zKt b.JlAtl.ataGa.. JIGpa. *.. Jackeo.vllk,7* r

'. which the was located it is !the C.B-IKOD" 00abr7. Of.a 11awU JIprDc- "
.- 1 ,' post alleged to our arrival, but name tuviug
f S. & SOB 8o11e1Ung J"aaa. ( "" J BsdB,BaddiBBV Cook StoreB aad'_ P "
'. Blzley ,, that Lieut. Powell built blockhouses previously existed in order i was Agt.JIacoa GiL. ? "' .Fw-1-- ., ,

,' ',- : and otber'g-l'llCtafts.: which were aubaeqoeotlj Adopted by Captain Burke." From .I. 'LANE, G. A. ,MACDONALD, Roods..d. lY gi 7ELmiy. ;;..
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PROPRIETORS.t. ; destroyed br.the Indiana, thin it maybe inferred that Ux> pods BapcrtateBdeat Gsa?raeesBnr JLyeat 1.LiTd' .., _. :. --t,.
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: Florida'by Uw ,removal of the Seta'0 '- EagiUk. ever established ;any settlement writer having interviewed an old gentleman Rob'I inscawbuwisa.LillIitingatPlatts-! i street'Wort.

notes. & :the new home provided{ for upon or near It. .The, name ofXsplritu named Fernando .1. If orena atPensacola burgh, Xew York. Atrpiovertbesdreeteihii0g( ;
them. la land west of tie Mississippi,, Santo was given by the Span- in September of'last year In It will be noticed among.the lit( of demonHtratrs that the grade of Seventhand

,..II! rendered Itt'prscticabU to withdraw lards to Tampa Bay, and act the waters the course of an Investigation the otticvr ...."'hlg... Fort Dallas iu November Eighth streets baa bees;eomp155.I 1...

<, .t.. the troop from Florida,and on inns of the Everglades 'and tINt; Island ia title of certain properties Miami and i Clt: l\i\4t the nameof C.'apt. from' the Bay to the railroad. 'A.for- r'

.' 10, ma, the garrison at Fort Dallas them, some of which It I* believed had tic!nit jr. lit.liurenutold'the writer Abner lH uLleda r, of "t' Artillery, appear ley will probably eompleteNlntb.street
.1 was withdrawn to Fort Barrancas Spanish settler*, were railed "Cayim that lie was present Miami as a guestof *. Five ye in later, on the 121b today and commeneawupoa Kleventh L. .

.:;.. and the post'abandoned>> th* Improvement del Espiritu Santo." The fr'am.. Kterglades" tt q,. F. .English while the stone day of April 11l, the Civil War' .was to-morrow.; Capt..Klkins has got. nicely -

: ...;' r t.:......- reverting to the ow.m Is doubtless of Knglish: gift, building which still stand on the site oieiied in Charh>ton harbor. Quoting started on Eleventh-. street. ",..H. : '
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"" : : .J>r. Thl is the .lasttransaeUoa'of which and probably was originally ''KiY r of old Fort Dallas were being erected. from Bryant's History. of' the United Weatbcrly' 'I. engaged' upon a abort ,4

: .7!:: $ K the War Department 'ba* any record. Glades." The Hemihole. call use same Thi lathe. same Moreno mentioned in Male: ':ul. 1, page 4W, we flod the stretch of reef.. the corner of Avenue ',. ''

A writer la ...,.,'.' Msgaxio for region 4Ph-hay-o-ke," or I'Mirass Water the datafurnished us by jaw War Department following: "'j, p..t.IIIKIt was firrd.fruu Gaud Eleventh. street and. will commence .

it.! ."y' .. Nireb,1871, in narrating a tour along ." and De Brahm denominate it a* an agent from whom .a the- l'unloli 11rtI' I."illc' battt'rr' byat grading Avenue A tomorrow t

the Florida Beets, mentions his visit to "Tegestbe" or UT.tboof'} as I have lease for the property was obtained in aged. wcrsJ nisi, 111'-41114 nulllu.whc or Monday By Deeemb |*f, or.. few

'oJ', \:;.;. '>I' '(Cootlnned,..from' sixth page.' ); the month of the Miami and says: before sttedthougb Escalante assigtix order' to occupy it a. a military pout had rime I 011I Virginia tu tug d.rll'.lrr.U the strreta' .m Seventh .} ,

: by.the naval forces under the command *-'!'be'old garrison of Fort Dallas Is the name "Tequesta" to a j[plane near in ltt5.Fernando. that lrivU..J It..u. a".w..red by a to Fifteenth will, be giaJU from "the

s ;y of Lieutenant-Powell from timber cut IB full few as we approach. Tb neat the mouth of the MI.nil. .'I'Ilh.. same I. Moreno wa-% at that time .ram fired<< by tap ain taftrraarda. (lellrra" % Bay to the railroad a*will all the Avenues ., :

,, from' the pIaDia lo... But thU cannot cottage barracks with) around broad veranda alae, thing'was probably Intended! on a map ', living in Key West. Ills son, Mason J\bn..r I'; blyday, and the Cittl from Fourteenth street north'tof .

be affirmed or.denied. from any. ofiklal sloping arranged pai'ade-t.al pleasingly cocoa. Km tree. in Berrera, and does not greatly differ, Moreno, in postmaster of that city at War"lit actual 1 begun." From ibis Seventh. a.. wClIa. Avenue D to the Jot
z ..record.:. i and rich grouping of poinclana. and from the place astignefl to I if by BarcUSOITOBIAL ; present. lie was acting a* the agent Itappears that f' pt.\I II..r Uuub.......), river. It i*safe to say that January .
A fourth 'occupation. of;! For? DaUUWU elder loaded with their brilliant biossom !ron,,. trF of Harriet English, who exercising wlo'was station, I, at. Fsurt It.II. I InIgbd 1st fully ninety Mock will have been i

made in October;JJ849, when CaptatsWoadbridge,3dArtUkrywithsix- .--altogether form a cheerful seen The above article, being I t akeii from possession over the property upon tired the by 1 t gun of; the Federal graded, or lIOID. tbln'o..r.yrn( mUe,
of much beauty."At .. a< the blOt k will average ab'UUJfeeteach.
T the close of the last Indian war, the official records of the W: r |jIparl->> I which the held a Jarge mortgage and forces .t..t HII It..r.. the beginning i providing the infcrmition we .
Y / ottcers and seventy-nine men, of Oom- this fort,like many others In the State.. ment, Is presumably eurr'it.1 I It will Jier son who owned an equity wa in ur thrt'iril<<' War f" ,nr.. .II..r..d. gain from dfferent source i. .correct.' ".' .
L; j panic X: and F,Sd ArUllrry', landed wa abandonedvxfndlcatlons remain, be noted, however that the lord does I California* Again iii \',, i page, 6J6, IIr.IIC' The paving of these streets U another
1 and 'eiUbll.hed a post' and remained however, to sha* that the plan was an not give definite Information, a< to I I In 1HIV N'r.'F. English,who had his ,lli..toryof the l" fled $I.I". we ODd quetU, but we are told that I It will ;
oolitic rock of theregion .. .
excellent one. The I "'a i-ominenced. The greatest' expense 1.
t I about,a yar..Bat there Is no record of was used freely In the construction when the stone building j which still tone residence and slave' quarter well .bll..r toubl.:1 astr Orul ral lbcoin.uaud has been covered when the grading t
1 .deUil*concerning this occupation., of the building Ledges of this stand'on: the site of old Fort Dallas I, under way, became Infected with the c.1 a.hrigad a tlrttyMburg.Wruutlrealari has been d oe. We .ale Informed
r :- TheJast and most Important ,occuf t rock crop out abundantly, and it Is easily Were 'erected. On the c-oiitrary. ; gold fever which broke out I in that year. i thrnanaesofofiken, ; .(list the eight-foot walk on each. side '. ,;

,' ,.Ioft of Fort Dallas date from the I worked to &upon shape by reader will notice In the latter portion and made preparation to leave for California serving .1. Fort.I all..in the year 1Ktl ofthedilerent.strreta will be paved' ,
formation
old coral a
axes. Besting at the same time! the streets are being I ,
: Sd..-of .;January, igfift. The IndUnaln it seems to be composed of agglutinated of the article the statement that "a h with hl. uncle.-Kobert Fitz- that of T. w. $hrriuau,1st Lieutenant. paved.- -The walk on all the streets
the vicinity of Lake Okeecbobee were masse of calcareous sand thorough examination of the records patricka former owner of the property 01 this :tr.1 .\rtJ. Irry. The suspicfuuarose except a portion of Avenue I> have
,Y't beoomng restless,and, a*) setUemenu and mud. In some Instances. large portions of the offices of the Adjutant I General!' and his mother's brother. This that these i litialh might be re. been graded. the street were. being 4

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s # much annoyance. It'was thought by "The old barracks are now occupied failed'to elicit any certain I information .came to hid aid again and assisted him ..n.'.. to tbl! ttr.t General '''William T. Another Shooting fa .ort Y1amL ,

tbe1Var.D.partmeAt that if some point by two gentlemen who have a grant of regarding the number and c araetrrof with funds to flt out an expedition for Shernratm.. who "l"e stationed .1.. tblsisnut. The gentlemen who hare,their bachelor -
'on the, east rout; opposite the.south- land from tbs State the colonization and are authorizedto of the the buildings that sheltered!the troop* California. Ueahdhi.uacieMr.Fitptrick :-- 'Chis ..u-II"ion, warn founded ontle sleeping apartment In the room -

.' em extremity .of the lab, were occupied region.encourage" daring the occupation from 1h3t tu htl:. went to Philadelphia and purchased fact that the r
by troop and a road opened from ,LIST or omens sxavtxo AT won Laws Thirteen year,, later (ISM. ) when!' ,a steamer railed the "Commo Lirutrtiamt W. T. Sb..rntJIH after lean building bad their. sweet slumber ". c ,",
,. thence to the lake, it would operate as rtoaiOA, oBCBMan, 1M 1. troop again landed at tb site they dore Stockton," and arrived in California lug Went 1'uint' as .1 t'Cln ..i..e.du rudely interrupted about I o'clock this t 1 i

an obstacle to the pasuge of the Indians George': WrigntkOptaln 8th In.tantryoommandlntcoapanyandpat. found one"two story 42x20 thout roof in 1MO."" William, F. English having (tae Indian IU"..,. W.,presunard that Ie morning by, a .'\sudden call for1 one of 4!
to points north,of this line. Accordingly and the first tor1'w.lJltoh 01lK810r abandoned hist property" with its was fluite pssonibl' that he might have their number. Dr. J. ;O. Baskln who "' '.

two companies. (L and M) of J. W.Bu eU.All t Surgeon, U.. bouse MxIT feet and ones ,all frame 'ul lI lillhfod stone buildings. in 1HJU, the twrn.transferred' I"'n the'coast fromFurt.I'i..r. wa wanted with dispatch: to examine **#]
BobertonA't
,:S .'the 1st Artillery tbef i at Fort Monroe, 8.John. Surgeon, building 80x18, all of which 'had been premises remained unoccupied until .... tit F. Uallas'with j {,'..pLW."llJridJ't a negro named Braes,- "ry, who had i'i'y. i'j j

Virginia,were ordered to proceed to A.M.. Burke, O.ptala.1eI Artillery, put up when the place was previously January 3,1855,'when Capt. Bennett li.I :' .. J.lf'Ut.1 Robinson.TIdrn been shot by ,another African named "

.Blscayue Bay 'and fake post near the commanding battalion. .I occupied as a military post.! The I! Hill arrived_with the 1st Artillery; his sii9,t'ion. .t ever.s as nut well Charles Henry. I>r." Baskin rsportsthis .,
.titeofoldFonDalU' T. W. Sherman. 1st Lieutenant 4d reader will understand that i I''r the stone command consisting of ""'e officers
Thlpoint wa* because find again lu J7-
fuundid Bry- that be ooa4
( Artillery A. A. U. M. and A. A. a: 6- morning on exa \ ,
selected upon the understanding J. L. Ran, in, lei Lieutenant, Sd Artillery buildings which still stand on the site and 171 men." When they arrived they' aot's Ili.tory of tl'r': United M a,".Vol. nation that the victim of the sbootlfig J',
fthere were building at tha t point that commanding Company H, Sd Ar- of Fort Dallas bad been erected by the found the wall of a two-story buildiiij 1. page 1,41. which' .. Ihr test auttwrJtywe bad been hit" in ..
proteri.iaIthkkne.e
\ ;.: p1 could be occupied by the troops. These tillery.' troops which occupied the ]>ost from and of a long one-story store house have at Baud f. r r..le..u' ,.e this on account of the I

: .' troops arrived January S, 18U, under George.Lincoln let Lieutenant,.8th 1889 to 184S; the fact would I in all probability whiehaecurdiagtotherecords of the that 1.14' t. T.. W_ :'j'mUlllellt of the the projectile negro'the skull lead or th did. direction not 'enter of :F

the command of Captain Bennett it. Infantry.Wm.. B. Hayward lei Lieutenant appear In the reports made by War Department, !"had been put uj whit was 8t.ti.- \t Fort la.1I1II In tbe'kull and apparently oal ,Inflicted.atcalpwound. ( ',
)' hill,1st Artillery, and consisted of Jive Htb Infantry, Post Adjutant commanding the officer in command during that when the place wa previously occupied JosU, "'U probabl' 11ae 0"-11. Thomas There were, _}IDe symp 'f
I. g1loete i aad 171 men. .. Company 0, 8tb Infantry. period, but the record is silent, for the as a military past.". It will be noticed W. $tll'imtll: "lID olllm.Jlded ,the military tam.tndieaiingoecpulumoftbebrain, -. ;
"r They found the expected' accommodatlonN 8, L. Flab Id Lieutenant,"lei d Anll.Jerl' above article says "a thorough examination that there.U no record: or report in the "Xlwdiliull galll..t Pore Ruyalt but the negro was in such a .lll&l'ke4..t.geof .; t
intoxication that It was d4JI-
to be very meagre.: :A,twostorjstone 0. W. Sean M Llea&.eaaDt,8Cb.Ia. of the records," etc. :> archives of the War Department showing which &..(1. 1I.IIIII II reads 00 Uw Y9lh cult to tell just what Injury hie bad ft*! I
t;: l building I wlthoutrooftbe fir t fantry.Charles. When Captain Bennett Hi. Hill, of when they had been "put u...." of Oetober I I.ICoI.J'II.liu celved.. It I. hardly liblr," >WMTi j ot
'J story wall of along. structure and a F., Morris;,Brevet zd Lieutenant .. the Artillery, arrived with his com- We have shown that they had beet Vii irk. Who was ("OID1.lld.llt -: that the impact of such, a,saJal bUy 'l J

t.{ A1i; small ,frame building. The nearest ,. tab Infantry. mand on January 8, 1823, bed found a "put up" for William F. English at Fort Itallas' in 1M,9 and could tliere bavt7. produced evidence' that coxtcassiopaad h received.a r 1
was 110 *
, .j- timber was two miles away, and without OCTOSEB, 1849. t.o.j&.oI'1.COo. building will tout roof, by skilled. slave labor in IHOty. priorto 1'W7. was in cumuli zed at Fortress 1100- blow with a club, the butt of a revoloc i ..
.t[ .. horse or tnute. to haul 'it, U woufc Francis ;iWoodbridge zd Artillery, Captain commanding and size 42x20 and the walls of a h ng storehouse his departure for California,' our In- roe at the hr..sL11 g out 01 the 'Civil an,thing else that might have pro- 1

A Brevet Major, ,
X Imprac.Uca'bte to log house1 96x17. These stone buildings .formation being based on the 'state duoetlcoucussion.. }
} !lit put,rap ,.... War and: rei .aill& in c..walld until '
'' J for qnarter BuC force of men were Josiah K. Carlisle, lit Lieutenant still stand on the site.vet old Fort. Dalla : ment of Fernado I. }Moreno who was he was suoneded b1 lieu. Benjamin Cocoasat Oronr Iteos.Mr 1
set to work from mile to a mile and Sd Artillery A. C. S. and A. A. Q. M. *. The former I*, occupied'' by Mrs. present while the. buildings were beingconstructed / );'. Butler. UII'b I%. 1581. Generit .
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Arnold T Izey, Captain, tel Artillery.Julius *. Cha*. Peacock and Mrs. Add!. :{
the I
-c a half front camp getting out lum A. lit Lieutenant Julia D.Tutlletheownerand' known and who is still living atPensacola Butler In his book. dust'riaw.l.iu.. III a j
U'Lagnel, ;
her for the frame and ibis was hauled ftl Artillery. a* "Fort Dalla" The "first story and in possession of an ...ItI gallant and C"hiul" oul\ old Kt'ntl..w.nlIillurica1 L. Bowles honored aa brightened the '

1' In'by,the soldier. Boards, shingles Frank N. Lamed, 2d Lleu&eaaat.4ArtlJltfl. wall of a long storehouse"; still stand I eel lent memory. f matt' r is always interesting METaoroLiB office with I a call phi.

3 'etc.,were purchased" ia New York,-Savannah a short distance west: of her!' residence The buildings ",.completed. duringthe writing '0."'" are numerous morning, thanks to, a .t..er which

and, Key WestA lease was Sd James M. Robinson' 2nd Lieutenant, and U unoccupied. It is pointed, out military occupation in 1S05 and traditions and,narratives which we can dlJt their deprure.l i had avery .

': .made 'with, the owners of' the land Artillery.' ;JAVOlaT 185ft. as. the "old_ _barracks.. The' two- turl served a-quarters for the troop from r..allin regard to 'ort Dallas, but this pleasant eb" ladies i and
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itlitu, 1ghWe More.no, an agent for the ? stone building known a* "Fort DaIUa January 3rd of that year until June article. Iii already ufiicirutly hang to learned that Kirk <, and>Mrs
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'BenaaU A. I11U, Captain, 1.VJUUUPascal :
Id ;
,, ;ptlftwffpl'eutagh&tIId ngseuulogi ," now the residence of Mrs. Tutthe. 10, IS.JH.! During the latter part of try the palienreuf theurdinaryreader Munroe returned the iOror from

'wood, "etcV. bfl 'plantation. for a A.Quinnan Acti< s stated rent of $250 a year. On the 1st Medical Department. 1866 and occupied as officers' quarters.. .. Justin Dimick, Major and 'CO hu written the Treasury Departtuenlruqu and Mr. Primrose, of Denver,
aye oCJM)v-18S5/tha'! pose quartermasterreported Samuel K. Dawson, Captain,'1st Artillery The long one-story building,WjxlT feet,'I Brevet (Colonel Doing\ commandant ol 'stit It ter furnish ,us- Col., have arrived at .t.b Inn. Kn

the following buildings as Lewis: O. Morris, 1st Lieutenant, lit was rooted and occupied by sl portion t, the regiment as well as the piist. wl\lI.data all to the dd tower 'at PapeFloridawhen Primrose ia the first 'lad,to ylsiUI. a.-,.
having been constructed; Artillery, A. C. S. aDd A. A. Q. M. of the troops,but the greater n timber of ,-William Wagner, aged 74, who still It.\II rn built. the names Ian who has exercised t

: VOn arriving' at" post. there! were James W. Bobinson Lleu&.ea.at.J them were quartered in frame buildings i resides: hi*'place up the Miami river 01 dale th411l.uf'' who its ..kept..II..lrl'l.ti4t11 tlw' light until from it warn the u tlrap.1! She was the very <

s'..:- found the mills .of a two-story stonebuilding 1st Loomis Artillery.L.Langdon' Sd Lieutenant, which were erected east of the stone about one mile> west of the city, in his finally: abau..un..ud other points few who voted. for* McKlnley < r "
; ,4ix20 feet. Thjs buildingba lt Artillery. buildings on the site where: the ItoyslPalm sworn testimony in a land case; very or int..rf'jt. If thco ata .I.'uld bee lur. and Bo '. '
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,,'f" '' ;ft'r *, been roofed both..storlis floored 18&8. Hotel now stands. |: recently testified tha( he cause to'M iami wished in yrsp.Nese 4uur rerpurMI we }. 1n Morri. 'w,1 known ;
XOTKMBKa shall i are
take 1I..aur In l'rf'>& 'ntiug i itprowptly Pbll..pbl. .I at.'b
r' ;and(i:piazza tea feat,wde id4edtoIbe Justin Dimick Major and Brevet These frame buildings, we! are informed -> first on May 1,1$.-$. A not her old' resident to our 'r IIdt'l'i. We might' JPI, Kr.aaInBld.
.' front,and ors then occupied by troops. Colonel 1... Artillery commanding ,were blown down by k hurricane who Was living h..r..t the time add before chasing I r connection with dkof the famous Q.ke
'1 } : Also first tory wail* of a stone build. regiment and pa t. in 1874. Dr.J."V. Harris': '' ,of Key felt positive that Wagner came here .'urt.1)3I1s" that It old stone biethbingknownbythatliawewaa of that a.l..will shortly.
. To this bas been added Powell T. Wyman, 1st Lieutenant, Wet could that ailed for Mr. >and }lrt./Tappan. of .Washing
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speak positively Jon IIt"v..raII..arli prior Wagner
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1st Artillery regimental adjutant. a Iluml..r of rear. the court bourne j .P. h 1
R second story of board, ,1wilb piazza Otis N. Tillingbast, 1st Lieutenant, point for be came to Fort Dallas to reside j hO'll..rUlIkW' li\'e.4! to the exactdate r lJa" .("..unt1. tefOre the removal of Waters 8. D4 yb.o of O.lf
r' 8 feet..I4e.ln ,front,, .mint story used 1st 'Artillery, Regimental Q.: M. and In 1871 and lived there forl several < uf his arrival' audit will I be seen hft county site tJiluo. which occurred tonTms. 'jK" .. i the .ae +.

;. K ?.' as_store house,second story as company A. A. C. 8.Ed.'w years. I that,the records of the War .Itepart- if (oUr uurmwry roe us correctly. C.p'lrie' ", "
Medical and bride will arrive
quarters. One frame ,building' :, $0x19 tiu '..Jones, Alit Surgeon- The foregoingarticle speak* of a I mrut: 'citfiflrin hi.statementforlaesaid III 1sNi. t .4 / aextMotdaycnlTuesday.- -".

t. feet,, with.'piazza' ,etgbMeefwideln Richard D. Lynde, Ass't Surgeon, blacksmith hop being ," front,occupied. tw.pit.a1. One small Medical' Staff. the military force in I&. Those of Florida Light hou&e":on the date of his The plumbing .he '("&>I"Ia... of io attended.The : tl
ff. frame building, twelve feet, square, for John M Brannan Captain, Ass Artillery. ourre.den arrived Miami early arrival and"that Capt. Hilf was in the Huall..hu. Ilw tiding the chisels members of this Club never weary
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'hospital kitchen.. One building, during1 the prrsentyearwill remember command at Fort Dallas." The record TJ' tn. J
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;.:, frame Abner Doubleday, Captain 1st Ar. I and baths (I... pra.' iC'a1l1 rompk .ntrlu.e. ib&
.. :) (sew, for bake bouse. Four frame tillery. a massive chimney which stood on the i show that Capt. Hill, arrived. lien on This work (it under .he ettirwut band January Is t

: i .jite. *, for officer quarters,, ;with Richard C. Duryea 1st Lieutenant, present site of the Royal .Palm. Hotel January 3, 165 and .remained 'in command ul T. .'. 1.1'1111". la. 'IIKI'uv.. woo hisschargeof .
'!._ti'"< eight feet", wide in front) and 1st Artillery. and which was only 'pulled 1I last .until Novembers: 18WJ, so that the .I..a fitting bu his For Rat st.C. oaaat Crev 'i"
Charles II. Webber,. Sd Lieutenant, Iargrjstruct- in A room eottage, new, hay front, 'ad* -
.Tear. :'Each'.' building contains two Aprllwbenwurkonthat [ he miist have been command on May work III this .
lit Artillery." evunapleted seelion. joining Peacock Ian. Address, '
': i rooeuf Afteeo Jed .qusrs d ", with hall Frederick L. Child,Sd Lieutenant; lire was begun. This chimney was 1, IH.V5, the date Win.; Wagner ,"JIf 1'1I painters have. linisbesl their BiixBao*, 1ti1

''"''.[.o\t B& It betweeo/> ,lit Artillery. x KCExtract probably all that I remained; jof the arrived at Miami. IfOrllun ur the wurlk, kith the Ut..ptlon 111 OoeoanutororeT. ,
.' Also the following building' the from report of Buckingham "blacksmith forge." I I Until very recently a wooden headstone of. tie bath, nxmisj the. masons are I II. c;
,!sides and roofs
M'to with palmetto: June J.;'I'", of MA Beeonnoiwance: 'of was two miles away.1! We are credibly: which ..XIIi..1In the Bay .front just lug the ulndow bliinls. The entire ,CII',pa olU.I sin .

ty. !'J On*,*ttble: ::t.ct.,accommodate seven the Ever Glades of Florida:" Informed that R. R. Fitxpatrickj a* far, north. of the Hotel site, to mark the east set:flat i is about feady for the fur al tk. Maser"(d:PI C.CI.l
'qo!: )l ..Bales.On &.ck..IW, when be owned all of the grave of a soldier who died at Fort Dallas niture.( The middle bud west section ..ca.si.E. '''Lay be .

& oragehouse, 16x2O feet.D '"The early bl.tor1ol the southern- Miami hammock cleared a large portion in the year: I Hi". :This mound waileveled swell advanced in all departments.The 1 by..ionael.!.. tnesseps.1 lksr4 std.won.5Ku.d +asa.wsutl.a
., : One blackamltl'.bop16x90; feet.' part of pealasnU'of'or Florida shows I of IS and bad It Ins cult! ration. a few weeks ago, when the rough plasteriutf is finished In the ",r It...ordered,a4y.4ee4. ,

***One carpenter shop, 16x20 feet. bat when discovered by Ponce de Leona Hit effort were interrupted by tbft Indian grading of the grounds for the Itojal ball room and the dining, room and the sadd&ieodtbmth.1lmsr'.rep.atb.audtb. ] s

$ Two kitchens.fur Gaopastea Land: 1IIS, aid for a long time after, It : War. When that trouble w is over Palm Hotel were' being ,done; We do finish: work of tbecarpenter and paiutr M. turebr'a.sara. sad that U.peu.
ears L ( wife
'M. IU;'Artillery: : was numerously 'peopled by Indians, h*deeded the property to bf. n. ,-
: ,These buildings have been. built 'en Ula.la town* under th* dominion of William F. English, who brought a headstone which. marked the soldier' 'arpenter" [week set to work ter...a cr. ..'a.
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i ,tirely by the troops; 't' the principal chief,and that they were number slave from his old Mme at grave. The writer examined' in'IMfcJ, on the finish work in the dining room.J. nrr ; or t list pna'vtbby "..'

In..the' ,meantime the,troop* werq;eac. of an' Intrepid: and enterprisingchar- Columbia, S. C., via schooner!,.from when it. was still standing, and it wa The plasterers in are the doing help the section last roughplastering' thlii.w"lt. j..:.UIMtgastns1a4,iwtb.rtasd(.tab. eb.rx.1 b..rn.frreUe: ad ...trod h s)!":

.! fag ed."la scouting through the Ever-, inter. possessing the same qualities' In Charleston and cleared up pr|>bably in fairly good l ditlon. It was some Brick. ma ton* have completed I." Wad hermit ,,
-' '- tctede'under' ikr.trekatlons{ :from, .be war, that have' recently rendered the all or the hammock and planted [out a I three fret high and about a foot wide the furnaces and are at Work $I*a ts.1illya.Ueth.wenvsmd.d.' .. _..: 'a

't DH'OIIImaa4er.whJc'bad iaJvjewtb Scmlncle* such troublesome foe.They Urge number of lime and lemon trees i and one and a half inches thick. It bad upon the' immense chimney. Nearly D. and ftitrvd M ..OrUa4o .

; e : ; keeping' of the troops' I.j lDO- engaged In agriculture'to a mall extent and bad a large acreage iu contto'n.In been heavily painted and bad stood the' thirty the day work will on be thMstructure necessary to,which complete a..I -,4ay- ./otinser.. ....J. '' '

'tioa;aoiu tolmpresa'th* Jndiaos with and their 'excunkms to the 1849 he made a visit to his ok4 home beating storm of thirty-six year remarkably is !iu reality a "*ky ...rapcor." > '.vrtrefik.Slse Q Joda... '
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tbe':fart .that the OoveramentNwatehing w Islands and key, among the perilous at Columbia and his mother, Harriet well. The lettering wa till i : r.

; : and that theirhostility wa 'reef* and. aloof the coast of Florida English a_widow, who was the |>wner legible.. It contained the full name of ,

,,:. yota using to b0 f tecL. Further than and across' 'the strait to '&be' Locayos ota Urge number of ala,.; permitted oft be deceased. We do not recollectthe Now 1s Your GhanfceJ '
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j -: ]thls the hitoi7.of the garrison for, the and Cuba,caused them to acquire nautical htm to take from" among them her best given name, but the last name was '

', t.followinglbMes. years was. aneveatfuL knowledge and experience superiorto mechanics. Some of theae'ueprora: were Gr npr. It also gave hi. age, whichwe ---TOiTAJtTji-j i .e
Socspan4es; L and'M remained ak the that of most other North American. excellent masons and carpenters do not recrollecU it%leo had upon LEMON
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,.. 'posi'Mtfl;;] Mrember?S,; IBJM-, when Indian ,Ponce de Leon, IB sailing Early In 1849 Mr. English returned it a square and compass, the Masonicemblem. I'' .

.-A ''iftelieltfotoit'Browsxeu.tbelr';; } along-'the 'tout near Biscayne Bay Miami with his skilled negro labor That old headstone should GRAPEFRUIT. I ,,
': : ;, 'yaoei belie filled by,Companies Rand saw a town.. era,sailing from Charleston in a [large bay been preserved' a* a relic of the : \ i ORQRANpEaud GROVEjr2i
.: '..!K"Jof' ttfe'iame regiment.. With them '. *- .* .. .' schooner with a cargo of building material ocri pat ion of Fort Dallas as a military '
'arrived Brevet Cornel Jastla Dimick, "On t ae'lam.rIer. when first discovered provisions, agricultural. |tool, post!. Possibly'it has been. ID-order 10 .I.nlal arch enl Florida tb.gro+vimlt o ,i on.rglit win 1%sogtlisfA th* P tt s
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4k;;1f>'.*'r-';r e jW ooia aiji h regt- erection of stone residence and(slave in Francis Woodbrid.ge nursery stock otTiUTiU-, .
; was the opposite,oa the.eu&era shore of Baton 118. Capt. was 0. i & ; ', j -
1t;" ,JDe.taL>be Aq4tartefi.tiOS; lee'9th of Key was once a village probably the quarters. HU mother having agreed In command and another ofiicer stationed \ .J.. E. INGRAHXM, x

:-"!< -.t.i 9e1e1erflDlhtaampaay"Ertae'trmeer .same': ; :,t tl---Poac .aw;;U)?sailing down;th spend a portion of:her time with him at the pst wars James M..Hub- o..I; : __ 1.4(. C-I"I o+
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-. 1 ',,"fDsliiy'a' tbeionoutb. coast.A. Spanishaettle.ent.- and at Jtiaml, be pushed the .work rapidly' inson, 2nd Lieutenant The latter!' af : ..
: ; '.:.5 att. (: ;> .. tad erected the walls of the in trrwaNabicaweageneral. These twd '
.. II ei.D... al catholic fttabU-tameaS wer.. made at building .
:" !t: ist: -.'. ,..'on Indian '.river;and an early period BMr thU river and ItU which Jails D.Tuttle now reside* andalso brother odkrrh.dbeen stationed at : 1 :# ,p
;:* "} . -.. a.-- -i''i: : "" ved, probable. .the'mbdonaricalntrodnced built the. wail of the long narrows i Port Pierce" on Indian' River,and while ; .:

?' itf .r:<< .2.J., Ii... wblte.f..M ...,tbe'..iDdfMtetttemeat 'uetsre jost west of her residence stationed. at that post they acquired a I :CB'' ._'

'- '-.:; < ( ne.-wen_ neartt.: Tie river ;Mia.I whkhv. ,I* know* as "the barracks." piece of 1'UcralDeaq.nd: by cash. entry- : : Filled '

..i" 1t. Y.t.l 3o Iii -- ." rtb. peet. .;..............-.I...,...,.....--..; was''called by the. Oils .iadfau"Mayaiml This building was.,intended to be 1 Itt td Dgjly a few year ago the writer wa In j jeommunicatiou Distiled'Vter '' :" \ :
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