The Miami metropolis
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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 27, 1896
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00142
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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Z. .. < : .His Honor u.. Major has been UI p| Rev. E. V. Blackman. lias re'(lgnt>d as Work upon the KpInoop I church : ing operau .. .The carpenters at knee in making'' handsome profit

: r.n,,..MiaIi'i', to Tltasrille for a day or two thl editor' of the Cocoa and t Rock...g r will be commenced next week upon the II the-Royal. m.. 'Hotel are being laid from her plantation, and daring"tb* ':.

; week In,attendance at the bearing iiUM ao News, in order ''to give 'jroore' time to lot donated' by Mrs.. Tuttle to. the I off and are,h search of employment regular shipping season will have a' e .,

.' .f::' ."..7.1IILn case ol the Fort Dallas Land'COOL the duties pertaining: f. of I i church on the corner of Avenue B and Among tlum' are some of the best Urge.amount of fruit..

pu, n.. Lesley A Renaker.to e foM the. M. E., church at ) IIMyers Eleventh street. The material has all workmen to be found in the State. .
[ L .liIIITr .ti ilir. I Our ainek b gouf fast. We are readyto
the has his ronnwtlon wltl h been fore There There number of
Uq.orcawe. severed provided are a number .re1 contractors dispose: of the balance at any p k*. Ens

: A torn tri.- weN thus week set tt. the Lake Worth News .I in order' to accept of carpenters out of work and It I, residing in Miami. who. '| .have nothingto 2-i-It r 1u. r

j' ittIrMitt1rvIkt? wort d cU&cbee.Uaruap UMPerrine the position vacated by Mi. urged that if they neefit to do so .do at present and ,in order to get Tbe Florida last Coast Railway

: : Blac"'m.n. that each donate a day or more to employment rould tak contracts at
,Grant at Cut offlcialt, consisting of Mr. Flagler,
c.. < hr,. work on the building. If there are any very low flgu -es. The ,fact that six
ler, stroction of which bas WereInfonzud that co. I.. VIce-President Perfott, CommbsktaerIngrabam .
f ... 8'rNrIN .. :..lfnp disposed to do this Dr. 'W. S. Graham bids for build ng.a city Jail were banded .
.. ,. V ; been a considerable bone of contention. Donald, of Cunanut G 'fl"'ln roWpi- Engineer 00<< and Mr;
)C. Will receive and make memoranda of in unsolic! ted shows that pur .
'III' laU,1, 10uenrailDOlltM. ray with a lr. LPnler, 0 Lemon tJ con Flsgler'a private secretary,I.0.Salter. r
: the ; anxious
tractors to
same.Messrs. are rery secure
has.ecdred. the :rIJI\t. 14 operate tb came down on a special train Tuesday
K. F. McKinley/will be In attend.- '
something to oWe trust that all
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Pine ft Bro., Jof Cocoanut .
: boats for the .ct'GlDwoda of guest night. TheoNcialswereaemompsaled
r The whole Mrraoroul force toakaaf aloe oa court at Jaa. the greater part
will shortly,bt employed and that before
'. at the Royal Palm this winter. J. A; Grove presented the Mrritoroun with by J. A. McDonald, who was on his re- "
k*; all holiday ; of next Week. //Anyone having buss ;
months .111..1'.11I be ableto
would well McDonald stated last. ,Igbt that b f two Very fine eggplants. They have a I many torn from New Haven, Connecticut; ,
' neat with him do toAlm :
.1.ay.t.ori.&oI.. and kntk rooms ': set thoUght the,geld, would lie open to an;y l large patch of this valuable vegetable I boast of many tasteful and comfortable .- where he attended the funeral of hi*
to-a wrow, as J>e leaves for Juno '
'are>. elBgitted ap la Uae..JU_ ltd.a one owning a boat., i now growing and will make 'frequentshipment. residences.For brother, Col. W. D. SbJpley, who b .-
/ J oa.Monday morning., I '
i. Y. Dr;1P. ft. Orabam. vrl.lef acre for *i, .If you want a good bat ko to Sewell' from now on. The eggplant -. sale a 23!and IS h.p. boiler aDd engine connected with the'U. S. pcJnHrla.kpartlDea& .

., Titnevilb last Tre.diywU retara'to- Chas. S. Scboyler cashier of the ln: Shoe Store. They have, pne line. 23t f can be raised to perfection I in pumps, h.p.aeoiialaunchenlace and K. M. Ashley,of, the

t' slgbt4L t.', dian- River State Bank of Titusville, Dade county and usually brings large uaacbiM.,. N,w.. Standard Oil Company. The party..reVmainetl .
complete. Call srldrsea B. M.
Messrs. who cuP down, to assist*at the' Bank It has been decided |st headquar- returns at this season of the year; Monore or Tbb.. Lacy,or Coeoaant Grove, i until. yesterday morning.Fbgier r... :?!" Mherethb ...

a -Brown Bmay' and jBraham :., Bay, Bbcayae daring the absence ofWai. ten to. retain permanently the lint The .pedmiu 'wbi b were kindly presented Fla. I Zttp4t will return about Christmas;J .. :
> -.'were 'attendance at .Tbaaksfivlagdinners IL'Browa, has been 111 this week,, of track which'runs lip from' tmain e to .the METKorous were about. J and will make .... headquarters wlt.la. ". .
'': la Titasvilk The Circuit [Court b in --session at ...
yesterday.IpJscop line of the railroad the 1 .
'>' '4 bat b now much improved.D. tq Roya as fine as we have ever seen. Mrs. Fbgier at Miami tab winter "
f r P lm.' It will be flltoI In Titusville thisweek. Judge Broomeexpects
e services oioted tot up goof: -"
to.r aj .Redmond, of St. NlcboU; Fla., shape and be us d for freight A fine line of ladies shoes just re to finish up the docket in Bre-' has not been. given out yet Just wi :r
TBukagivlag purpo8e1
day weiVbeM la the ceived Sewell's Shoe Store. 26-tf work ordered by Mr. Flagler1
new was a
old bjf
an newspaper man and nurseryman oal Tran8rer.. of wm b4 yard county to-morrow night. He
Union!,ball at 1 40>> yesterday morning paste gees e beyond the swimming pool casino i sip' '.
., ; ; baseoBMtoMiamitopaaf.tbe winter. made from the depot to t the hotel bJ Rev. E. V. Blackman, of Cocoa, who is due at Juno to open court next Mon .'(. '

Dr: ;. ;;M. Jackaon:; .Jr.. baa been He baa aa eye to a annery and if proper carriage. at St. August ne. has charge 'of the Methodist Episcopal day. It is very seldom that tbe fall the ,.fI..of Biscayne drive. Upon |?' j ''...-

absent from ,the.city tab week visiwfaajfcb arrangements : can be made be will .' r- church in this city, is an able term of the Circuit Court Will occur la inquiry a representative of this paper *f

. ., .,. remain ben He U at present as the speaker and is attracting large'congregations. November Tbe bw provides that
; 4." ., : oW child of G. F..DUrt'n,died .1. Titus. I do all the work UaIteaI'aa sew hotel
Coooily House. In fact tbe schoolroom shall be first Monday after ,
1. : .Senator Qaai.v.1ao ..been spendInr public laeldJbe '
? tulle last ; Tbat ,-
Saturday Our readers will could net be befit every year. ,
a few Woaka at St. Cade, left there jiicICatuetyreturned in which he holds services Is not the In November. '
Wednesday remember that Kr. Jurfn was a resident Mr.. Flagler will. make. bb headquarter. *.
last' MonfckV for Us boari Beaver of sufficient' capacity, for his averageattendance. That date falls upon tbe fifth Monday
y' art
4 Bight/ram New York with his bride. ofami until a fe weeks .' winter we 'consider,. anew h'. ,
The Reverend In November. the .ftHh of tbepreliminary
Penn ., The couple were met at the many warm '.
yo ag and made fri nds In thi I month' cooragiug sign. ,
I is ranch pleased'with ,Mi.ml..nd. tbe The skirmishthe' -
Kdwin Netooa has the depot. by a. pan of friend and left at city. The IfKTBOFOUS extends iti I fri ?"
pvrehased result of his ell'ortl'ln this field. He in regard to liquor clause in .Oar atookb got&f fast. w. ready 1'
jtoraUore stock.. t W..':./-, tLemen .. ......1 jMOJltoJaaacJb foe ttseir borne at Cocoaaua sincere sympathy to the g-irf stricken n I informs tbe Miami deeds took Titae- to dispose of u... beano*at aayaa* *
# us that a meeting will be odd plane at : K r
:- ...' .. City and will........ the glans Grove.They" will'occupy their parents ia their sore affliction.I .. every.Saturday night' in tbe future of Tills this ...t. Tbe result 'will : s.a.u .. t. a ok 'Ua. oj :\ ... i
new reeideao.. ,built ibis summer.Milton .
t to bi9lamhstore. .. 000' wait until 1 you are:! sick Won. a social nature and to practice singIng be found in our news columns.The' A yoaag lad'.of It aimed Willa' :

'; S The Plambert and Baalaeea Men's Y.u fold wire drinking 1 absolotly pure water. Double : term'of.court 'which will, be held ,in Stites, who lives with hb parent. on ,:

worker Is doing baalDftlIDbe build- distilled only two sod a1 half cents per Mrs. T W.'. plies arks beat'of, toe ?"
tams Dade
fl, 'ball bad a tilt at the,bat yesterday gallon at the Ice Factory.I 8-S-tf Goodrich A Bryan will open up a fine county next week will be an unusually -
'r sad| the business men' 'were downed Uf etcatlj vacated by B. C. Jester. stock of Christmas goods Dec. 1st. Important t one. Tberrare several river fare near losing bb life Monday

+; by.. score of 18.to 8.v It Ip iaterestiagto 'watch the manufaetar i Ji epbWjAlbury, of El)lott's Key murderersln Juno 'J.IL Beside morning drowning. Be was nailing t

r of Jewelry of different kinds in was a callerat the M=Ta?rout office Mr. D. W.Selye,of Rochester, N. Y., tbe criminal there. .are some Important up til* river la a skiff and fa at" 4
A large number of new pieces of bad a gentleman of wealth, whose fatherwas '
tbe skillful.... of Xr. He and *
Wok the
Yoaq- Wednesday occasion to state civil} cases on tbe docket. The tempting to remove mast to go

are being cleared of scrub and pat la ukea your Jewelry while you wait. that the MaraoroLia, was pleasing the tbe founder of the Rochester case of Julia D*. Tuttle vs. Dewey A : under the bridge was thrown over *]
i. p T shape fur vegetables and fruit this fan Chronicle and who is himself an old
Key people very much. Mr. Alburyhas Lnmmns will be.tried next Tuesday. board. Be apparently eouM not swim J
The lumber for the school bouse to _
laall from Miami.Mrs. Friday: Saturday .
1. direUoae newspaper m.n. spent ,
been at Key West for some time but struggled on top of tb* water a
t be.built at Cutler was 'purchased in and Miami. Mr. New line of bats, and neckwear at
.' J. A. McDonald rrtarned home Miami this week and taken down because of the illness of Krs. Albury, Sunday iu Goodrich Bryan's. minute or two when be aaak tolth: *' f,
down look the and ;
Wedae/4y! eveaing having! stopped there. The school will be known as who has been sick there for three was to over country bottom: J.: A. Klllebrew; who attends

w '! sl ta months. She has recovered bow- was very much pleased. lie familiar In our issue of last week we mentioned threw off portion of bb
over ort time St.Augustine upon the Addison school in honor of John now the bridge, a r
with Southern California and likes it the visit
of the Right Rev.John l
and dove for the
returning I from CoonectlcBt.
ever. clothing man
t A. Addison, UM oldest settler on the J much better here tb.n'tht".... lie will Moore, Bishop of St. Augustine. At m
L. Brady, left for bb dome at grant. Scbool;will be commenced very Go to Goodrich Bryan for your andNrun whom be! found motloalesa upon Uae.
A.t return in tern said
{ February platesmaking that time we that bb visit was for ,ten,, '
men's furnishings. bottom of the river In ,feet of, :r ;
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'Thu ilk Tuesday ... He IOIJII.A ;
on .Ia' .
some purchases at that time. the,purpose of deciding upon the location water. Mr. Killebrew brought him to }. I
baa been down assisting ia the estab- The city council did not hold Its escorted about the for Catholic _
large reservoir SOxlO feet in size Mr. Selye was country : of a lot the Roman the surface red swam for sbor*. ,

; i Uabmeni of k. L. Brady Co.;; ...four feet deep baa been blasted regular weekly meeting last night but by Fredk. S. Morse. church.. Sinn .then we understand Active work by a few ggaUamen: who.' ): .
JAmongother i ,.
f _. ,An excartion for colored people win and excavated this week at the bead of things observed' Thanksgiving. : One of the essentials of dress is a that Bishop Moore was more than were staadlag,, near by reealted ,In ; ::e: 'I;

I. '_;. leave bysrboooer; from Miami for Nay &be.aftplptUDe. Into this Che water the members'city no' doubt will thankedthe.Lord neat haL This is true jf geuts 'as pleased with the prospects of Miami. bringing him to coasciousneea tm about j jan $7 t 1J:
that the be
/' l\ '. aanon December 90,to be gone about a of the large spring will be conducted.. soon well as of ladies. Take person with' He considers it destined to become'one hour. H. was removed' to .,... f.Tuttl. .

week. Tbd trip ticket .tau been The laying of tits water pipe line to provided with a Jail and tiwj sewer andwater an unbecoming bat, and be they lady of' the most: important points Ja his .'. .... and later la th. day waa; c:'ICJ

L_. placed at fUO. the reservoir was completed Tuesday pipes will soon be laid so thattbe or gent, they are not dressed no matter diocese He hopes in the near future taken 'by',her to UM home of bbparents. '! ,

. TtavJocal editor bna received infor.U DOOLv the unsatisfactory business part sanitary of the city:! conditionof will be. bow expensive or stylish the rent of notion ly to have a church building,but I ;;It was a narrow esapias'a.q .t'' .

Miss their clothing To keep bead well a priest's residence and a large structure the time the boy was brought to ther.surface '
Button that a cousin, Oliver O.- MBBaon ,LouIe Locaa baa commenced a remedied. your f
'e( yoroqoa, "..., wall j elected class on tb* pGUo. She b an expericacedieadwr covered Is as essential as b it b to'cover for the convent and school.! This b* 'was'dad, xcept for ,the ;
Call and I be fin liMlof *
aw holiday be
will newi to
r' State Senator in.Ma: district by. B 'maJorityof She U thing with berJIU'e1Ieea& .goods at W. 'Hardware ton.. 2-Stf. the feet properly..! .Lovelt A Laws lave Biscayne good Bay,for tbe"ability maaresldlaK patience oq hard work J of resuscitation whlch.,.war \.
over4. eO.J. the East Coast BestaurantoaATenoe this week the most complete stock ofpn. engaged.
8. H. Richmond was 1 Cutler mud skill of the; sisters In ,educating J' -
D. For some years Miss up rpm .. bats and ladles' general millinery J. Frank, "

./ .J. ,8& 't1'&i.Ute "Rambier," has Laeas was .engaged piano teachingat yesterday and reported to the MRTBOF- to be found M.utb.of St..Augus- young children,aid young'ladies pro. and clothing u.eeaWprilJDE"-' :..... ..;

been faroriag th* Key West Xquator Palatka std cornea well reeommended. oua that A. K. Sussex, wbo| has been tine. They are this week putting in a I verbial. They jire not'oaly: skilledin In .' onIStb r ) i"

i '.. DeajMcrat with fre aent article from publishing' the Blscayne BaV from the line of show cases through the centreof teaching the ordinary branches but street, nearly fposit bls.dp: .. :,
lib "recently which have excited his Jat the graduates from goods store in UM Brown block onoW ;,a ;;
pen agoiddealof offlce of paper,the Times Orange their store In order- to show off this convents are' usually ....finest' line of clothing aad geata"' ,

a ,5 ; .,,.at... 8. Pries Williams this week purchased'a City, bad suspended' both papers. Cutler line of goods 'properly. If you haven adepts at aeedle ;Work, and if desired' furnishings to b* found:on tn* .CaMawt. ; :.tl"y.. .

:Alb.'Surblrd.of-a : ; ForestCHy.biaMUmi sloop load of stable manure will hereafter be represented I In a need of any kind of goods of this nature they are tborougaly versed'is music C 11* baa placed price at aaehfigures o", .f'&<'

\ agaia UOs week giviag, some fromjA. Correirs. stable which Yr.wUUitao manner which we hope will be satisfactory : this firm are solicitous showing Besides this the highest jnoral principles : that cloUUag. within UM 3'! r.
took up the river to place on inculcated. reach of alb Hbatorvb. fallitHith*e v',
to all In a department In tbe an
attention to the improvement their t. 2-S-lt ;' :
< yon center! with a very choice rtiaik"antf-h- :;
which be b
some new glade '

h*b about to make to hb planing. millajdi preparing columns of the Mrraorous. Uo to Oodfrey." Greets for fine eaadiea .solicits Uw trade of the pecfivof Miami ._., r
,.' for vegetable Mr.Williams On last Monday morning carpenter ;: :v
-t+, ..: ovetty works baslneea..fBev. .. If want solid' ..ubltaU.I.bOHJO ,eboeubU ..... and Jenny ereamoaramal'a. the rro ndiBg eoaatry and ta* :,, {...
Y>:,t state* that everything up the. river, to John Sewell & Co. i -U named William McKlnsey who Is They' ash. em cheap. tosr for Key. .HebkaowBtoaeafairdealer.: ., J. >t
{ '. .Henry Donlop nxpttta work to looking fine.AvenaeD. working on the Royal Palm Hotel, was aeeat. 'J j S J.U.Ip If.you wuat absrgtlaoil'aid '.;/ay t -A.

..lf b-begaf; Sbortty oa tbs IplscopslebaKh Ia'alt torn I pIt week i itnHa' The MaraoroLia has Jt upon good badly Injured, the falling of a piece TIM Maraoroua begs to ackBowl-: him. :.. $. .

: siruca.a .: He was the gust of authority that the work of grading and of timber. He bad the. piece of timber t
... -" the Railroad to UM river by tbeexcavation edge thanks to lira ,Jolla D. 'Tattle ''GraM JawasWMiMoaTooac. ...._. ,p'" _< :
.. .Mrs and Mrs.!.A. Frederick from' lastL' paving Biscayne Drive, the ;jstreet on in-his bands! trying to nail it to a perlion : r-
for' sewer pipe. At one for thevery large well ripened specimen *" Wortfa. IsM'.:twit. : ;'Jt .'
'Sabdayaontingsawaooday. tbe Bay front,will be commenced verysoeo 01'tbe building above him bead. '.
pbctheexcavation will b* ten feet I of the Smooth Cayenne variety of '&, njaauraanrar of Jawetrr b .1'
and will be extended to the north Tbe price of timber was rather heavy te town for tea day*. Those wao desb 'tf t ';
ThTi layadrjinobteery for the "
Royal It
?' deep. 'wMVernando.lb.contractor; pineapple. ,was grown on the ,
end of tbe de,. The general undilla&I. and be lost control of It and fell with &avail '''Irlll..atsa.: opnortantty to 't: .
Palm caa> Jn on Wdneaday> freignt. expeeU to complete the work oa AveaaeD plantation of, Mrs]Tattle, Bbeayaepostoflce. ..1'"
Ing contour of tb, Bay fronu will be the timber falling him. It struck v.r ialydetf iT :
Awnobfsvtearl iaeceasaTyto,ball from' the river to Twelfth street upon We, did. ,sot .ftllt"IM 1 alaittbs old stand at ,.

:IU'; The plaat! b one'of the latest and by December. lath.Itjhaibeen ., followed the sharp anglesoff &q be taken bib a slanting blow upon the fore- apple but at Irjaf "fbace, as we saw it shop on Ai anna D. AM goods at*essda'F ....4..i''

-t .." eonabU of powerful machinery-! 1- except at tbs north end, where the bead and 'scraped along the entire at a snort distance we supposed trom before tb* eji* of tiea1110.i. Ha: .. .
decided to change the ground Is'lowthe ....rr.eel) will braised front of hb bead tearingthe anIaIIII--' eld wig.aM: Ma4 1' p";.,
v' J .,B ore;connected;,.with the *ngineeriag' fin*ail AjrenaeBaa it b .." graded sufficient to be.above high I U4!. scalp loose. The timber was its sire that li wai of the Porto Rico hair play. ; brnaaans,i bdHel Bta*, wtttcadby ft,.

r department of:UM K; C... .. and .,... Tn very variety. The appe referred; to was sad .... l 1. a...', 4,1.alm .
street end -
teftthenTkat ; now oatbeaoataat The kid of Uoveyoaaced Is ..... Oil roagh and dirty, being covered with grown on, a slip rhJcn was',planted. .... ... arliwis.aM ..... '? !"'.t. .... '
Cfe TnesdaylntorBiagforBebasUaa '
,' a 1 the'e.4 of the working Gas Perfected at Wstaon'a. : t Lot .iad. This toade: tbs .WOllad:,a badly '14 months age When the. -- 11114 TM biply. nu..rd d l.
.', to loot aftcrsoate tronkl* department;of tile Royal Palm. It lacerated one-.u'DO bones were broken. only : .slips leadiagi soi4 boar ....... -if
Vlth UM draw-Mdge at that'point.A .. )McCrlmmon d; Co. ate under eon-! were planted II"TauJe directed that oat tha ".
; will be .. .... at this point and Mr. McKlnsey b getting along all eoatry. > ,: t1;1
tract from tbe common council to do they be'almostcovered with pralrir >.
brgt number of and sailors opened so aa to com oat on'Fourteetti right and will be'as well as ever again A.
aaapper the tie
scavenger work of too cll. In the grass. Some of ofdd. experienced 1i'
bar born esaghi from'.theriver street opposit UM hotel rotunda in'a few tiedt Fivsthotraadcce1sdd.dOn. '
choice ; days barring possibly a
: ;
refuses' tdnt {
fsx I event that any person or neg- growers. thought this would be ..,
UtbVeek.'.. ,On' angler atatod'to T .'tregro Charles Henry,who shot lefts to pay for this work ass the: floa- : Dr. Baskin dressed the wound.tUow almost fatal 'to the: sips, 'buts it has Rosa Tree, and leadiag:Floweriaa ktede, ; 'also .Prio'fJ ::t"J :

'v. Che-writer.Qtath* eaaght,aline buadredto &be...po.1 ..*Avery bat week Friday, tract price with the council, the person : Hoekera for Cbibtma*preeent* provea.,,Just ....... ,contrary,\and Mrs. list on application.. K! :A, L..Z&w" _

s,: _shod an haer"at on. ague' of UM tide, waa.placed sinter guard of Mr. Gatliaby so refusing. neglecting will be reported ',. -4f Tattle tn 'dcsBoaatrated that the So-tf-lp City Point;,iistia., .: ilt < : .

KODda. -. JaMiDTgiilslimkln; .Marshal Gray. The fellow escaped to the sanitary committee. and .;ca"'/mderstand that several parties prairto grass b aa,{xeellent 1 fertilizer. IPNclik !k.-i

Jii 4 Mrs.. ; g.any !Sunday'.nwraing. Tuesday, Marshal severe fines will be Imposed under I the arv kWring oa erecting some cottage It very soon cots; and disintegrates so ,I"Y.tw ale 14 sera eoiMg ...., #*,t .Ji'1

improvements her tne'FDrt. Dallas Graf caught f him: in ,UM wood at provisions. of the sanitary or1inance., earth IB the near future.. We baveooWnnebtbat that In a few amostti.lt b not perceptible to a point Bear the prarie, onfrontabous .";bar :.}?

Ti: >.er4fy anMiog'wbicn'wv'Boto; UM. Nor Mlam|. H. had 'bung about Tbe council. ,b disposed :to place the by the'first'of January ; it smites:wWi.the and: and Ia: a baM. .. .* ....i*-' k 'maw ft'4h':;J<.* ,

:' ':boat none*' large. green-boose and fa town ia order to get money from some city in a proper sanitary,eond tion. CCMba"; CoAk buidieg'will' be. under that. condition b very readily taken up Peacock_" .Inn_ ,. ia. Cocoaaat 6rovfc,.'1-W;. -.1

r .ware b ;b.wait around a'posses ofberprembsu of bit ircad*. B. Is ta Juno notritioaa Wtt/f.. tJM eaa __ ...eata.'vary 1W....we;>.'.:. .;
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} t1 p4 meat'succeeded in driving them I out of later (IHiA);when'troops again landedat axe*. RH ln .cqoa the old -coral for of Fort Dallas had been f&by the

11y I the swamp toward the ,co* t when be the site, they found one two-story mation, it seems to be composed of agglutinated troops which occupied Ir

hoped to surround and. capture them. building 4zxSO feet without roof, the manes of ealehOU..Dd I las.to)84z. the fact la all p .. ;
To this end' be directed Lieut, Powell; newt story;walls; of a lone storehouse, and mud. Imaome instances large pnrJ u la the reports
.i ; [fteprofessi (la command the naval fOl't'lHJ prig IlGs171t'f't. and one small Dame buiM- lions hard a Crystalline slructurelikecstoapar. 1 .blt.r command during that, ,,

.. eeed with subsistence. and 'forage to lug 30x11 feetr-all of whi'rh"had bt'tpilI. '.i : \ f record Is silent for the :t

j'.. }!;,..... Key Biscayne where tw (would be up when t.. wa.. previouslyHrupicU ..* old Urrack* age now occupied: ,I article says "a thorough examination ,i
".. Joined by a company of artillery. "11 ( a* a military ".t.:* And in by two geutleMen|whibave a grint ofla.nd.f 'of the.records," etc. _.;.

;;" .,... ,"'"-' ': ..", .. e7) # yon can ..establish pont and depot oil the suit of Fitzpatrkkslreadr referredto faun tbejjlaie; { i a1I'are authtrlted I Wheel Captain 8DC I}. 01. ofthe
.::i. > the river," be writes, "! dentre you to it wan alleged that""t mWl'"' Mr to"enc4Mirsgs-4iu f.con izaUon| of th>. l t A'rtijsery. 'If with --

i v' .. "I- do so. provided It ran be done withouttoo building" was iut froaslbe premises, region." r'.S !.'+i ;rW""""T*.,... inand on January he found a .

.. fa 91..'i. much exposing your *mall, fon-e to and Mera! frame houses on the Miami usror oBric KSSiBViK
r.. .... 1" the attacks of the superior force of the river .were taken poMe-ion of. But LAS, rLoaiOA.,i s t .u. l* 1. siaetl2xluandthewalbofalongsture-_. .
.l'" ,I ... -y. / ii ll1S'rOIAb BATA j enemy." (haw in .all .'I patrc''''* atUirneys George .Wrfjt t- Captain, std 'II- h fhl.., These stone buildings : .;

)ii' ,1-' 'GEO. M.ROBBINS! In obedience to tlwwoNt'n'\tlllp.nr ,claimed that after tin troop left Fort fantrycommaa.diagC4iaiiany| and pout'. thesiteotold Fu Delta ': .

:;-- ,,\ WALTEJlS.GRAHAM' O, of the 1st U. S. Artillery two ottt- Italian the Indian came' iri and ,
: .. _' Cn..CrtIWNOWOHTH, -+'. ten and forty-nine met) under} the. tlie black louses, picket and John KoberMon, A..'t 'Surgeon..U.i JiiUa D.Tutdetheowneeand is knownavH'ort .:
: j. EUGENE F.f laKtNLEY. 'I command of Captain I.. B. Wehnter.ar- uttwrrtrrtaresthat were constructed S. Dallas.. Toe "first lt :'
., 1 ;,Y. f t : Taa War: Departmsat's'Esport of tha rived at the mouth of the Miami, early by DM* naval force* under the command A.M..* Burke, Captain, :$d A'riiiki.NJuuuandlug walls of a long.storehouse" still .

f:. <_ "Atlobl.iaw. In February, and entablinhrU a iM..t of Lieutenant Powell from timber rut battalion- a short distance west of her residenceanMlsianmujpied. l-
...ItJiL" I..- AD.COCXTT, ''IIAatD4fll Oe apattba of Fort.DtlUsBT which they railed Fort Dslla*, doubtless from the plan tat Ton. But thin rannothe 'r. W. SbepplEji/iUt; 'I.Utf-D.nt"1d J Is pointed out 7

'" '" "' 'It la ..I...mt..6sats sad r..nL '. on the site of the po |j of II'CIIL' atllriued ur denied from! any officialrecord. Artillery, A.A, >kWMLqtnd: A.Ai O. H. as the+"old barracks. Th two-story .
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.. :: ..-.W.;t a.e #Mrf .Iur ra.wtal".aM tat p.nairgtmt Under date of February !&U.GiJessup | ,".. v v '. J. L Baakiau aleot' aut..1rtlll"l'.romm.a stone building known1 "Fo I>aJ-
: !:' a.e.et b.rt.MenKt. f.'tn .e.wpMnrt' _..,. .TKS AX1CT AJTD MATT OJ TKB btLTtD, ,writes Captain' "'..IMI..r: "I A fourth occupation of Fort Dallas ag;Com nl II,fd Ar Ian," to v/tbe residence n TnUtle.'ws 't
,,',"l} '............. r.H rpwtn teas. (*. Ctofk M. X STARS.t' have made a conditional arrangement wan made in (h'Uobrr. IMU when Cap- .&..11"r1.'f I '',.iTtft( completed by troops inItftlaadocrupied '

.,. 'S-&M f.tr\;,. ts.r.blL'a *AU 1Jaad ttaAXZefri. at...uIe4..ulTt&Ie,u..b.wt.a aU.sad J. with the Indians of To krgJV band tain Wuodhridtre. Artillerywitb nix G irge Ua,1"" Lieutenaat; lbInfantry. ss officers' quarters.Theloagoneftorybuitding.MxlT .

S that they are to route .iu and await the ofllccr and itevenly-nine men, of{'.u.- v\ u 1 1Vrn. feet

'Jr'& .m I "" ( ...-& lady IaWs Wan decision of the President, whether they (pan ien F: and F, :d Artillery, landed (\\ B. Baywafdjllt'.Lfcute'h/jit, wad roofed aba occupied by a portion 45

r ... 1M .... r. IDaaa/losk shall remain In the country o( leave it. and eUblihed a post and ..,.nl.ln.... KB t' lafantry. Post Adjutant tka- of the troops but the greater number '

ta TLs. ttm The armr m.l.Dot., therefore j K'O'" far about year. But there i I..nord. mandlng Company U, 8th Infantry.- t3wuwrregmi rteredinframebuildinp
.[ -1H: .:' ._ '9n"I'.J' t. down Bincayne, or even to New detail ciMicerning thin.. McuMitioii.. : S. I.. .'I.h. id! Liente 'ant, 8d ArtINlery. which were erected east of the stone ..

"''I(. t i lwfotATlolt I""UIIDD'- >... kept up during the summer, Inch I desire ( of Fort Dallas dates from the C. W. Sean 2d (Lieu D.ut,8th Infantry. Palm Hotel now .
? : 'Gee i ird findsk a halt t1.'la. to make your nien as1'comfortable :UI of January 1"'f.>M>''''dlan.ID These frame we are informed ;
\ 1 D i biling.
;J ..t ................. ..,. t a 9POLI ; burri ;
.. ., BBQVBST.Aashieasl as poslble. If youj i learn that the vicinity of lake OkeeclMibee. were Charles F. Morris, B fet t4 Uear .'N by a
..i.-.1'. ;';. \\I-Hi.. ..s..; 'Yln-t.vu.u.. ..---&l pA.' .j there are many monquitoeat your put becoming rcstlr& *, and an nettlemenMwere tenant, !Nth Infantry. ranVhrmf.Dr..J. V. Harris, of Key '" t
mustisend: to thequartermaster nniving hi ward wrre caunlngmuch West, could speak positively) on thatpoint .
."..t.-. ) .. _. in the summer you OCTOBER 1H49. >.*., :
.41rfi'k at St. AuguMine for .nhu.n. ... It wan thought by f for be came to Fort Dallas to reside t'1
.% iOR. J.:Q; RASKIN. ens Mats .! laisrsuUoe TV mosquito<< bars unless you cifti our'hase the. War Iteparliueiit that If some point Francis Woodbridge, Captain and In 1871 and_lived there fc several .; .J

!. )! .f:.11i ii t t .M1DAgit .tah4s7fAsTB 1.a11NWIss., I them from the wrecker T on the east road uppiMite the. noutbern Brevet Major.; 2d.Artillery,commandpoat. .- ye". t

) t.,8radiM..xedh... DepAaat VaMerWlt .' You should obtain Rardcu.oeds I and extremity of the lake., were occupied IIII' ; The. foregoing art speaks; of a t
.. Ualvenne.lCabvnle.'hra.. I plant an extensive garde (tur ):nor I by troop* and a road opened front JUIII.h'-. Carlisle, lit Lieutenant blacksmith shop binK 'C"ODAtrt by .

"-c { r.,.i j..t1... Mstrr.to Wk... mu a ran BOAT BOOB FOBEGARDING j perhaps, from the settlement! en sure: an obstacle to the .J4l1agl'tlr the. Indian Arnold Kliey C.ptalnd Artillery.. oaf readers aM arrived atMiaati early d

!*.fk 11? Cfim1.,...-,. ..k4 u. a"bI.e 4*) TCTuttIITlmnL, : of the keys; if Dot.llt'nd to $I. .\UJrtl"tine to poijitn north of thin. line. Accordingly Julius A. D'Laguel,1st. Lieutenant. daring thepet.entyearwlllremembera'maaesve
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for them." two companies-Land M) of Artillery.Frank chimney which stood o tb ,
"F : It was General Jesnup's belief$ that the lt Artillerythen at Fort Monroe, N. Lamed. ., 2d LlenteaaatdArtillery. present kite of the BdalPlm }

: :.D ; M. Jackson Jr., tbemllltal'J boat. could enter the Everglade Virginia were ordered to proceed to : and which was onl dOD last'
through the Miami and come out Kimuyne lay and take!' pont near the i James M. Bobinson. 2nd Lieutenant, April wen:iwork on ttnar struct
.. o oocupan wile of old ..or1.l.II.... 2d Artillery. ; ure was '-.
: f ii through New Riveratwhoe month he 'fhl.polnt.ajl W"88. ;
... V" of Old Fort Dallas .. aaxuii45a &
v ,. cy proposed to establish another. post,bothto elected upon| the undemanding that remained, ,of tb : j
s. FLORIDA at the mouth be supplied from a Key there were building at that point that Bennett A. Hill,;Captain, lit A rtil- :b.rk.1ShrOrgr.': !h;

,{9 .fi..... at...._tt "It.,. of tbe Miami river Biscayne. In March he dPpolat force could (occupied by the troop. These lery. A.QuinnanAcUnA). rr says Mil*' nearest timberwas
alIIttLRi, 'aaur DXCO STOKB. 111"J bad beard under to troops arrived January 3, ISM, under Pancal & 't8af- away.' We are credibly'
..0", we several enter the Everglades, in order] to force the command of Captain.. Bennett II. geon! Medical Department. "1 i laO that R. R FILpalrk. as far :, ;

'\ ,.;..- conflicting I the Indians who had sought {a refuge llill.Artillery; and ronnUted of fiveoltteern I I Samuel K. Dawson, Captain, lit Ar of the : 1

j. .,W.,, wan statement Real.llagtbattbetrue there to surrender, butt before these and 171 men.They til} lery.Lewi. Miami hamll. cleared' a large pr'k
'Uf JCD STATW COMMISSIONER.'f plans could be carried out; : Jen- found! the exfiected accommodatiimn O. Morris, 1st Lieutenant. 1st lion of it In ,",
relieved General Tailor and u> lie very meagre!' : A two storystone Artillery, A. C. S. and A. A Q. M. Ills efforts were interrupted by the Indian
..';' ., .0 AsVfJJUC.StATa! AT U-t.- l facts would be of sup waa by
building without the first W. Robinson 2d Lieutenant War.
ro.if. ,
a new policy.. inaugurated. In the WI.tbaUlble..onr
t1; Biscayne. Bay.. Dads Ceaaty.Tgjil great interest to development of this plan the. troop* at toy wall of a long structure and a 1st Artillery.V be deeded tb pprJJ D.pb. .

.' 1.a.4. *rf*.*..- uoowww- ... ..... tIne oar readers we Fort Dallas were ''withdrawn 'to Key 4inall. frame building. The ,nearest Loomis I.. Langdoo. 2d, Lieutenant' William who b.C .. ,
If 11 al'<'.11eu.d. A44..t. .... wrote to the United States War Department Biscayne April 6, iwtx where {they remained timber.wan two mile away, and without ht Artillery. number of slaves front his st

r.. .A\'OCC IKK, OOC01KCT OEOVt. rU. requesting to furnish us withspcb through that year their, pot horses or mule to haul It. It wouldbe XOVKMBKB' : I860.! Columbia, ,8 C., via schooner from 't

;;1"'H'.'"'.- O'", Rsa'. 'La.4Jae. being named Fort Bankhead.On impracticable to put up log houses Justin DimiclC Major and -Brevet Charleston, clf' probably R
data as might disclosed, & by IU for fore of all or the out ,
" ,, ; : the 6th of J.nuar.ItI3V! ,CompanyB quartern. Bi.it a men were Colonel lit commanding ba.lk a
- '" kRobect'R. records In regard to Fort Dallas. 8d Artillery, thirty-nine nien! under net to work from mile to a mile anda Artillery' large aum rof lime and lemon trees "
Taylor and
ic .. J. R. half from camp getting out the lumber regiment poet. and had a large acreage In contton.
: Our request was granted with great command of Captain :JVinton Powell T. Wyman 1st Lieutenant, i
:..: for the frame In 184 be msdea vitlt. tohls old home
and thin hauledin
'!t... m .1l.ttorsr.g .tit Z:+aar. ; courtesy and promptness. We are arrived at Bay Biscayne, and sanul date wan bt Artillery regimental adjutant. "
the soldiers. Hoard at Columbia and lilt mother.' Harriet
'f:., readers moved to and took pout at Fort! Pa I la. by shingles, Otis N.-TUIUMTbast) 1st Ueuteaant'let I
., .,: MIAMI! FLOazDI.aEo. .. therefore enabled to present our With those troops were lt Lieut. eeo.C.BodneyandAssiatant etc., were purchased lln New York Savannah Artillery ,liegiaiental: Q.,)(. ,and English. a widow, who was the owner .'
,ti.. '. with the appended very complete -yurg m J. II. and Key Went. A lease wan A.A.C.S. I f of a large number slates, permitted,

; .,18 Rapt $aikti4gs 1.8-&l. Information on the subject. Baldwin. On the Int of March the made with the owners of the land Ed. W. Jones Ast Surgeon." Medical him to take from among them her bestmecbanics ,/
through one Moreno, air agent, for theprivilege tome of these negroes were
increased by II arrival .
.. was
i We would alsastate that Mrs. JuliaD. garrison Staff.
1-{ A. R. Simmons, Tuttle bad also written a friend at of evacuated Company Fort 1,2d Miami Infantry in, which th} Everglades had. W.MNl. etc.of,using on the tie plantation bulldh ,cutting for a Medical Richard Staff.D.- Lynde.. Ass't" Surgeon i ,. eellut ErlJ In' .Mr.aad eart.. .

E">1 I Washington bribe facts and the search under the command of 3d Lieutenant stated rent of $-250 a year. On the lt John Artillery. to Mimi wlU .skilled negro laborers J
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a .', 1.ttO2:3Z...' : y'' at-'Lawl had already been instituted at his re- Charles E. Woodrulf.l'CtI.t] on of July 1MrA the pmt quartermaster JLllr.nn.nCaptaJa: tAbner ,. CharIC in a.lre '1
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.. schooner with '
the a 1
reported following buildings
as ;
OOManu1ONLai when the, 81st of March the garrison numbered Doubleday Captain 1st Artillery ,
'J' t'-\HII1'1O STTATU quest aDd.lmo.t completed our having been itmstructed : ,. .. ,,. terial provision agrimultaral'tools, .
.. AKtTTaaOVB.rtA. three officer and seventy-nil!' r
,. request was received which accounts '"On arriving at pout there werefound seeds, immediately began the
;t. .1 ee.i'-.w.w.:: J1' .- ,- the'remarkable with men. Richard O. Duryea; lie Lieutenant, f..n
for promptness the wall of e llay.quJn .
"-" I As an incident connected w th the two-.torl.toal. 1st Artillery.Charles rrtl rnW
"C 't which the data was furnished us. building 42xSO: : feet. Thin building : H W agreed
."' D.; BROWN, .Neither Mrs. Tuttle or the editor of arrival of this company it may tie mentioned FortMiaml has .been roofed both stories floured II. Webber.."..2o. Lieutenant, 0 spend a portion of ner.iime with him
; --r that after evacuating 1st Artillery. + .'
tt :: the MmoroLia were aware of the intention Miami and a piazza ten feet wide added to forfrontandwasthen .UU&I pu'th.'work rapidly
and while descending Frederick Jj. Childs 2d LleuUD.Dt.bt
r of.tbe other to send for the building In t
ARCHITECT river en route to Fort Da I Ian Jon the occupied by troops Artillery. JExtract \. t
data which Is as follows: which Julia D.Tattle resides
.. then Also Brut story wall of a stone building ]- no and
thf'.trno under
filth of February, from report of BuckinghamSmith.
WAB baLarxuT, tADJCTAXT UJxlZ feet. To thin has been added also built the walls long narrow
L H. ..Bu.- '
.. the commanaof Captain Esq., Treasury' Argal.-'dated
: noMhiBmktinar UUSMAI/S Orrios.
"Boom / > structure lust w her residence
Hecond of board with
id wsatxaTOae )I.....,.SSS. t tWALTS sell, were attacked by the Indian who a story piazzaNfeet June UJ848of-\Biusa iiTsssaBs of. i.bW ke.kndwa ziur"tbe'tiarramks .
1-6-1. )1 Wn. )'LDalDA.i 8.0a.a8.aM. lay in ambush on' the l .nk. The first wide in'rront. Firnt *toryunean < the Ever Glades oTEJorida" :" ,t7' This intended .
f fierond building was to used
tore base
story an companyquarters. '. .I b
f ruiUuM but G-m* llblltfclnc Co.. volley from the Indiana wanj badly uvaritrs.
?/ > i )u.....DUe CMMT. FU. aimed and passed over the head of the One frame building 30x1 4The earlyJffitory of' the tern ss slave i
DR E.CHA'FER with feet wide In Thai I Information is reliable the
DUB feet l ;
R. Sot-AgreeaWewith your request for piazza
soldier,so that they struck once part of Uie enin ula .Florida shown
I of the SOth ultimo have the front occupied a*hospital. One small writer oa ving interviewed aa old 'geotlemao -
shore. On l
-PP'Pr'P the opposite reaching wbjrndiscovered by Pence Leon
'. ......,........-. ... ...-, honor to enclose certain notes relatingto Captain Russell leaped from the boat, frame building twelve feet, square, for In IftlSfi and for a, long; time after, It Pensacoia naatedFernandq la I; Joat.: IS S
the of Fort Dallas Florida hospital kitchen. One frame building September of. ;
.history ,
;f1:' '* turned around and was about toaddrenn was numerously peopled by Indians, 0 t
,OIKos liar J. w...WaUon's Ilsrdwanv prepared from: the records! of this office. IfixAl feet for bake bonne Four frame the course of an ID'fStpt' of the .
-v' his men when be was struck by| a bullet living in CowD.ltDdn dominion of title certain
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for officer 'wlt.bpiazza
:':: ':: Very respectfully from, the enemy and instantly building quarters the principal chief,and that they were Ilml.
vicinity Mr. Moreno told
feet wide In
eight front and :
J. V.On.MoaK. .. &
killed. Lieutenant Woodruff,whow. of an intrepid and enterprising character .
that be
AIL Ad Gen. ,..ar. Each building contains tw was guett -
it : lieo. W. Allen jt. In the second boat assembled the troop* fifteenfeet with balbetween. poMeftntngtbe.same'qualTtiesia'war of 'Wml T.,. Dh'II.I.. stone sf
:; DATA BXLATIXa TO roar DALLAS, rUA. and engaged the Indians for nearly an room square that have recently rrndered'theSeminoles buildings wfckb still stand on the.site "\ $

t :: -.t: *\ -.A;.t4 asa y avt. Iaw., The landing of troops on fray Bls- hour when they retreated. Also the following,.. building\ the such troublesome foes.They of old Fort Dallas were being erected ;
;,.0 1 rape sod on the main land at the This movement, however wan merelyone sides' and roof of which' thatched engaged in agriculture to a small extent This is the same Moreno'mentioned in 'ft
;ai.j( rr,, Wart,.pu,, mouth of the Miami river Was an Incident of accommodation for the [better with are and their. excursions to the thedMfuraisbedasby o' a
; of the prosecution of the Seminole carrying- of operations in. the interior palmetto v inlands and keys, among the perilous tb Waro A
J ta all the CoaiU State and One accommodate an IS
.ftI,fM" W war. When General Scott assumed for in the early part of Jun litchi. stable to : sevenmules. reef and along the coasU af Florida partmeat.+ a all.'r in '-. &!

J f lt.7':P .. .1. ,. J'.J.r.1.' 1-U-tf.. command of the troops In Florida the troops again left Fort Dallas' and One forage lMNie, ISxtXI feet. and across the straits to the. LucaJ" to of ppl.. a military '.' V-J
.. in 18S8 be asked took the field. and Cuba caused them acquire nautical -.' or. p
:::1. ; -; I as ,early One blackmilh .nlMip.'lSx!(ll feet. : li .\ 1 lion of the in the The third and more permanent orcnpation knowledge and experience superiorto
: 3GISBON i'COLBY,. Navy preventing ] One cnrpenter: sloop. l&xSO! feet. Fernando I. Moreno was at that time f
the of date from Ortober22.1t43D when that of most ot 1Wr''North American "
landing oa east coast arms,ammunition ; living Ih west '
Key jilts Mason "
Two kitchen, for ComMiiiies L and sua. :
TONSORIAL ARTISTS. etc., which ill-disposed Captain Martin Burke. 3d Artlll..ry. U, lt Artillery." Indians. Ponce de !icon, in sailing Moreno! is post master city at' >)

3 M;ew lit se.ii Nie tbs. wok ..IL..M.a4VkUEwv Spanish traders were willing to sell to with Company I, lei Artillery, and a Tliene buildings have been built entirely along the road near Blncayne Bay pmentJ He was o.tht r '
sad d.pt.p.1 ttoe rMr t. the Indians. I n the pursuit of this object : part of Company 1,3d Infantry left i Ike saw a town, of Harriet English aaK, V u
pr..l 4.1M .t.d o pwwute ther.wtk. a force of sailors lender the Fort Runnel I ,on Key Binrarnp and by troop* .*5. 5 j.i over .h.u enrr1'p.lo. ,

I a.lveaa.D,wit Mde. kHwcrB mand of Lieut L. M. Powell U. oom-I, landed at the mouth the Miami the. In ineaniime\ in tiC'1 HJling the through,troops the were Ever engagwl "On the Miama'river when first' dimeoverrdwas j a.. a large.,.mortgage a f

k. a d landed on the mainland, Jut below the name afternoon and re-entahlinhed} the eladen under instrnctionafrom the an Indian town. Nearly her I .equity w.a. '
MIAMI FLORIDA mouth of the Miami, some time in the post of. Fort Dallas. On bin first return ('outmand rwhirhtout in opposite, on tb..tutf-m shore of Raton California eD..a,

i s summer of 18M, and erected stockade In explanation of the lIahie'Itht'li view Department the keepingof Hie troop in motion Key was our a"village, probably the In 1849 Wm. r-Englrtb;;who had his '
which called Fort Dallas. the the remark : In name Ponce aw in .piling' down the
they doubtless to post appears j"Il tone resideaest slavequsrters well ,
| the Indians with j
MI as o impress
|J Wl A Varnadoe, in compliment to Commodore to remark that Captain Mayo. coast. A Spanish settlement and underway, a Infected with .
the fact that the Government wa
tJYl Alexander James Dallas. U. $. Navy, Groper .; bad a party of men pr [virus watching and that hostility .. Catholic I'ItablihlUeDt'.ere' made at 1 gold fne which broke out in that th 1
.; TRAGT. then In command of the naval forces to our arrival but the name having their an early period near this river and it and Jer. .' r
thing In.be feared. Further than
in the West Indies.Commodore existed in orders 'r'anadopted a i. probable the minniooaries introduced p.aWy.o C.r
previously [ ; iforuia ; t tpatrkkafurmrr.awnerof
Ihiatkw of the garrison for &Mrollo'lnl
nett ssnl ipsoiniUy. hixlory white families the other Indian Vt
> Bladlsg a Dallas entered the Nary by Captain Burke. From three uneventful.Companien among : the
IAII ,, as a midshipman in 1808, served with this it may be Inferred that the poitloa { Land yearn M'r..m.lnf'd.t wan the settlements near it. The river Miamiwas cry, and bin. mother'sbrother:

NTWRIDL credit during the second war with bad been' occupied! Jby UK oval pout until Novemlier ;'S, IHTxi, ......nUIt'II. railed bythe Calon, Indians' good old mother Harriet Tb.
v"! Great Britain and forces' between toe date of "K..h.Ialad by the EnglishGar*
rising through the Captain left for F.rt Brown, Texan, their came to bis. aid again and assisted him '
var.orugrade. reached the rank of cap Vin ton's d.partu".nd that of Rjirke'n tilaceM being filled B and liraud. It does not appear that the with funds to fit oat an expedition for
4 JofcH S. Frederick ...1 In.* He. was) a son., of Alexander arrival. Captain Burke goes on to nay K of the. name .... lIIt'.h. With.t hf'marriy..l English ever established, any settles California lie and bitfonrle,Mr.fi tipatrfck -
.. ,' James Dal'" Who was Secretary of that his verbal l instruction were to mends upon or near I It*' The name'ofBspirituAantu went PtJIadelphia and .
Brevet I Justin
State Under 'frnldi-Dt Jefferson In "take post on the left.bank of the maul.h lb.reglmrntalrauminlrrand. Colony for the was given. by the Spas-| L p
17MS,and Secretary of the Treasuryand :of the Miami near the site of old Fort lards to Tampa Bay, and to the watersof ea.r'el&b a
acting Secretary of War In 1814, I Dallas," thus warranting the Inference following year Fort Dallaswas the regimental the Everglades and the islands in du 2&to.. 'D P. .CUo. .t
t. On the wth ol
's "'y'ar.Jt giro b bAtdA and was a brother Georjre M.Dallas, that as yet no attempt bad;[been 1)rtubrr,1M7.headquarters.tVimtiany B was transferred SpanUb them{ some of which it is believed.'' had ingabandoned: property:.with Its
who Vice-President of the United made to erect settlers, were called. ;Cayes sIsbed fo vbes1remained
was any permanent bujldlags. to Fort Ixiiany, at the mouth Mad dons ,acIMiagi 1849.,
S A States In 184 -4L. Commodore Dallas del Espirlta Santo. '1he: name"Enr anoceoaled J :
K of the CahNMahatchie, and E
'$! L'YI oaw4. died.tn the harbor of Callao Pf'ra.la From this time to F.braarr.II, to Fort Ce non Indian Company river and < :
i and '"River s'
1844 His. roe, Alexander James, also the acrupation of Fort Dallas wan continuous. in December 'Company 0 arrived probably" was originally dill arrived with Ins .
Y. an officcQ.of toe navy, died la 1841; his On the Istiof March.1R4O.|, under command of Captain John II. Glades. The ilt ainolacall" the same emantan* con ii< c ot .H. .
( r. grandson*, Alexander_ James entered the company of tbeXd Infantry left for Winder while region "Pah-hay-o-ke, .or "Grass Water mod JlI .,..9 When they arrived they *
headquarter were "
the: navy M s midshipman. In 18M, but Fort No. S, and, on the 1Mb of ]July transferred to Fort Moultrie, in the and, De Brabm, denominates". ,it"Tegestbe" fund the. watts'of a two-story building ,
resigned in 1841. At the breaking out Captain Burke's company wan relieved or"Tegerthon, as I have aadof a Juog 0. : R
harbor of Charleston, S. C. The final '
of the civil be enlisted M Before stated,though E cs ante assigns which, tort .: .
war sa a privates by Company H, Artilery under the settlement o( the Indian tru..bl8lo according'
a Oias4yan ip $ ;i Lg Idler, but..soon commissioned In command of !It Lieutenant E.0. ('. Florida by the removal of tbe' Seminole 1-1 the name "Tequesta", a place near War Department, "had been put L e
the army and served with distinction Ord. Major W. McCllntock. M Artillery the mouth of the Miami, and the 'same wbea the place was '
Ilk the fMHnes for occupied
it new provided
It.t; tuglss>ftalth'r+tlxrK through out the war. He was retired arrived January 1. 1K4I. and fbem in lands went of the Misilppi; I thing was probably intended on a map as a military pout."prl'l noticed ,

aa a If lieutenant-colonel, 1884,and died assumed command; but Captain 1 -Burke rmdered it .practicable to 'withdraw IA llerrrra, and does not J'h"At11.dl er that thereto no record or report In .

In Washington,July 10,180ft. returned on.the 17th of'February1 and the troop* from Florida and on June from the place assigned to it bylluciat .rbIYft'Q War tb ,
;I fbrPrasaai ffotk t.4a: .Jtlt' not known bow long the naval Major lIe ltnlork: took the field. I The 1), 1K.V*, the garrison at Fort Dallas RanoasaL aonca. wb. .& ? opDh ap." 'f'

: SA% forces remained at Fort Dallas nor summer of 1841 was spent in m>outIngthe wa withdrawn to Fort Barrancas The above article, being taken from We shown that they ,bad been +
KER; does the character of' their establishment Everglades,garrison chauglag and the post abandoned the improvements the official records of the War Department ... "pS aria,William F. agiub A
appear on record. In certain testimony from time to time. On the 2 id of reverting to the owner; is presumably correct-: ,' It will : kUtnl labor in )8&., prior '

presented, to the Court of November Lieutenants J. II. Ketr, This in the last transaction of which be noted however a.bCa.be1'feOf'44.. to his departure for California,+lour Information -

Claims by the estate of Colonsi Richard and 'H, B. Field 3d Artillery pith the. War Department ban any record. not give definite Information as to belnj. o the statement

k Fitzpatrick who owned the land on sixty-one "' .D.Joined the pilot, and on A' writer 'in Harper's Magazine' for when the stone buildings whl h still of .'ena )o.b ..' M
which the pout was located, It is alleged the zSth of December Captain (Jeorgr March IR7I, in narrating tour along stand on the site of old Fore Dallas present tllt.

that Ueati! 'Powell bells blockhouses Wright and two companies
and atherstructures, which were .....-: 8th Infautili,107' officers and men1, arrived the mouth of the MI.mi.ad says: reader will notice In the Utter portion Pea ;of 'aa ex:'

seqoenWydestroyed by Uae..JDd..1bat. en route to the interior., Oq the "The old garrison ,of Fort Dallas' I. of the 'article: the statement, that "a ..(p "
this is doubtful It la probablethat I 12th January, 1842, Captain Wright in full few an we approach. The nest borough examination of! the records "The buildings$ Vere eomptrtei'duris '

a It was'' but s' temporary stationpoicketed' with lift men left for Wet -Fh r- -cottage "barracks wuth*broad verandas, .01 the offices of the Adjutant General militaryottssm.tloo: la-184ft and j'u

I. purpose of security and ida. On the ltd Captain Burke land arranged pleaningly around a fine and the Quartermaster General has t'as quarters rut, ;'.troops from 4
i : poeapifd. merely at- such times' aa tbeHY his men 'left for 'Tampa and sloping parade-tall t'WII..llaue trees, failed to elicit any certain Information JaDI I'ef ;tlut >MP nptll .Jane

i5 forces ,were operating in the February lit the rest of the garrison, and rich groupings of pc IH'I.na..Dd regarding the number and character of f ; D.1 tbs.latter, 'pan of'tt -kl

yt' ..w..p.Tbe'main. station was on Key six officers and YPUt1- men, withdrew elder loaded with their brilliant bu.-- the bnlldings that sheltered the troops period .regimental bead r. r
't'1Y + yv "t r te'r j} Wscaynerwbi h afforded. s better mm- to Fort Landerdsle.at the h om*_altogether form a cheerful scene during'the occupation from ISM to IMi I'Justin_ -
mind bf.the approaches front the West of New River, and Fort Dallas.I' a of much beauty. Thirteen years later ISftftj when Brevet Colooel, Dlml'.J al, '- s
;ohag Indies or from;the Atlantic turned over to the navy'. MAl the clue of the. last Indian war, troops' again landed atthe'.Ite; they ,b u the post; '

: 4P x,Jt wa not until 1818 that the point A thorough examination ofI I this fort,like many others in tJko State. found one"t.QI dtxlUwltbo.iroofand i' flat-, dH, who aWl t.
.( heeaaif in snj Banner of military- records of the offices of the Adul| &- was ndo.t4. Indication remain, the I resides Mfnis pUce +
ft': rl.sl1.43; MrtMMtt'':On tfce'Mtb .of January of General -snd the. Quartermaster-* .. however, to show that the plan was aa MMiselBxir feet aid &o.IK.'aboat one'mile west '.1.1"f: t

ifee*'; Ireav.Cteawral. Jeuap,1who oral has failed to elicit any rerfain; excellent one. The oolitic rock of .tle blllallsWal of'which" bad been !nron., tes .

rai BcoUrin.command of formation regarding the auaners, region" wan used freely' in the rnstnI.' I *waaprrioaly !r.dll hslb.aaeWMisni -; ,

.t S tin &la 'Florida eococatered character of the,buildings tat ah Unit of the'bulldia I.edgesof ibis p.p .a.,.1 .m. IK*, A o4beroW, : .

s':, ,; >Iisoa ldasttti: ;.forc of Indians' on .... tered the: troops' during th Oeeu rock crop out abundantly, and it i III easily u. nndeotsiaaUfUe stooeulldlnfs ident.who i RUxNrlaEWrek' fcbc : r ftf ; "

b esawttrut raj'.4 i4ifter, L briskcafafe: Won from WW.t. 1M1. TAI a worked to""the' '... wJM sssnd oa the CoaJ.a j
yit required
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nen11oi&eaJ1'EuaWmde. "Prie4Qtr0TZD for goods d. t Brad to any part of Biwsyne Bay. ;All Jgooda abipped by B.S. City of Kee Weal Piiou cb-serfnlly given on application.I.Guarantee abiproent good oo return of ateaawr ". ..{f fp&

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k Williams & Clart- 1ertilizer CO. SOME HISTORICAL DATA TO CONVERT DRUMMEKa Little. Bros.I Fertilizer Phosphate Go, Mi: -.

(Continued from. page 2.) : i 1

felt positive that-Wagner came here Commendable Mission of a New JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, .

several years prior td ,1'S3. Wagner: |1 Religious. Society. !
O oJ %. however was positive-a* to the exa'ot .

date of his arrival and it will be tern It I. CaW ta. "I.tm.tl..at c.mm.r.< Manufacturers of Hh-Gde F tbn. ,
that the records of the War 'Department .
.... Tes.d.re' (&reI.. Ord.r ., 10...
confirm his statement, for he aid -
114tU.-..-1&1 Aloe .f tRepresenUtivrs .. ;
"Dr. Chan. Baron hid; charge of Cap .11.....-"Uo...
TTiaoriTralled Florida the date of hi* :
Lighthouse" on Grower,' tkould 'the,But Pcrtiltxcr Iccmus lust ,
arrival, and "that Opt.; Hill was in : Tomato use ,, Sky .I ;
of s brand new re- 1. the 'eji.'ut. '\ '.
o mimand Fort Dallas. The records ,
show that Capt. Hill ,arrived here on. Jig-Iou. nocicty have arrived in Chicago. '" a .'

: January 8, IMS and remained in om- They time during the week fully Little Bro ;Vegetable: No. 1, and Little: Bros.'Tomai .f
1 .
mend until Notetuber'y,1a$3N, so that equipped and prepared to convert. the -
be must have been in command May city by a'nutel; method. Special are the! Best,Brands on the I
1, IW, the date Wm. :Wagner says t.e The society I. called The International I 4i
Fe er arrived at Miami. Commercial Travelers' Circle. 1 market for tomatoes. -: :
Until very recently a wooden head- OriK r of l iug'" Sons." '

4 : FOB : tier* remained* standing on the mound The circle is composed of commercial Ellis Williams & Branscomb Agents, ?4,
: which>li.e.J on th..tHaYr fmut Jml tratelers in the United States and Canuda .
north of the 'I!?tel 1 rtte- to mark the tf-g. j r : & ) '- FLJ1:. .;
it international iu character. "
of soldier winAiHl at Kurt Dallas ;
Pineapples Oranges sJ Lornos : grave iu the a year 1857.. Firs mound was II. members, realizing: the need of -- -- 1 -- -

leveled few weeks;agu when thegr.din I definite and<< ftj'stematlc. work:: for the I.. -. ;
the ground for tlie RoyalPalm upbuilding and enlnrgmeut of Christ's. :t "'
Motel were being done. Wi.do Kingdom among their rt'lIow.'I11ler", The Chance of a 'Lifeti4r
/.fr /Strawberries and Vegetables. not know what bet'acne of the wood 11' "c e4bu.. uaniced<< to aid in the work ; c :;
headstone which marked the soldier's by the power ofTnembeit,example and ( ;
grave. The writer examined it in 1la, .right lit ing and pff'Ct'pt.of. PIANOS AND 'ORGANS AT A S CM! : .:

Have 'been largely sold in Florida for, 15 years. in when fairly It was good still condition.standing,It and was it some wall While still few in numbers, the KB*?'1) w. purchased :10 January laat the irnmau**atock of'F dEkTOrgaaa, Sheet .t a
aV '
three feel high and about a foot wide proportion of tra\eling men who are lie and MntaaJ Instruments of tb* A B.Campbell Co. W.ir.olo*ing ovl the
and one and a half inches thick. It hadbeen work quietly and conscientiously, feel took orKt..!.M and Organ at oabeard of low phase to auks rabsr torn full lib*of t'
W. J. Shone, Agt., 'Cocoanut Grove. heavily painted cud; had stood the that they can Letter the.spiritual condition tb* oel.brat..d(3oaof*r.Nw England Schubert aDd Kuwabarf rPiaaoa.: W. bar t :
beating storms of thir y-six years .remarkably ot their associates and<< stimulate .be following PibflPJj i wbiob'ar* worth from 9100 to. 1200 more thin w*ells for them :

Southern' .Augusta well. The lettering was stilllegible. Christian activity and<< induce their fellowmen CoDoYer. Btvla t. .. WAI I? ...*...... ....I3GO HslB.Bros'.iuils<< 9j......____..___ ',_
W. Pollard
J. Gen. MangM Department It contained the full of to throw their. influence for .. .. &:" wv.b ............. 3l:$ gfitabcrt, M ........-........ :fl' '
name ..' .. 'J .. ::::.... .......... 2'N' Malcolm LOT. wI. .........._.... 2&IM .
oetaai/..AdLt; Ga. Warehouse Palatka, Fla. of the deceased. We Jo not recollectthe good with the circle. .. .. J ..1.... ... ... ..... .... IUU ttte.....,' ..._.._............ 11IO ":
I given name, but the last name wai'Grang'l'r. The special aim of--the association is .. ". eb.... ........ .... ear. Eretett !.l> .. ......,..... 1. ..
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t K .. ....... ....... v3d. : Itlulb'u'ltd.. B -.2:0... : t
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It alsogattf'hi* agerwhichwe of to rt'ach'the commercial travelerswho .. r. ... .. .. '"
court -
t'i UrT 2* ............... A .
mmon I. jo-- .
do not reccollect. J t also had ,upon the society claims are sadly .. ... a nub.I ........ ........ 3110 ...G r...A.. ..-......... ..... '"
It a square and compass, the Masonic wtl7 ........ .... _.. It'::71S ttnre ". .1................'II1I
in need of reform. .. ................ ... wat..t....4 ,
TbQIJPCsLi$ emblem. Thatold headstone shouldhsve The requirement for, membershipare Halne.Broe" cb.I ..-......_..........._. .$S 11.-II: n.. ''Nb..._......... mii
.YJ been preserved a relic of the stated<< in circular follows w ." *.I................ .... 17e JIL nraf. ....... .......,.'' a
1 occupation of Fort Dallas as a military 0.1 > mb. ."....+-..... W MorrtB, ,.. to* ,
.4 .TA8L1'Hm.l88 \ post.. Possibly has been.. : Some of Ibeae' =bar DMB.rMUd,bat w* bar. frrtibsa. ;;;;;i.sad ,
J 1 11SAWJ During the occupauoy! of Fort Dallas "That a man be a lover of the LordJesuoCLrist. rfttodd.W ..
them to b V eY
put in thorough Order and w*guarantee *Mtiafaetor..1 mooey
'ND PL1ANINGlMlL1-S. in;119, Capt. Francis Woodbridge That be serve Him accord- ..furouh a tool, acarf ioalroctioQ book aDd deliver L o. b. ItCbOen e. Cash
in' command and another officer sta- ing to:the dictates of the Holy Spirit. or Installment : Sheet Macio at half ptio. Writs DI. '
tioned at the post was James M. Robinson That he nLataln.from practices t'\illn 7-.
iii%NqT "R1.YtltH .' 2nd Lieutenants The latter af- ins night and stride to be a power for ,Fryer & BradleyMu.si0\pO. tJ;:
JaJDtw.: terwardabecame general. These two Ood. In His Nome,.* according to. the ,
c' ..WJ.ji i Ii brother officers had been stationed at of 24 E. Fonyta m. A *g.
"ai'ewf 'l''l'Ii t motto the order. '
fOYe1t.t "/. and,:I W* th .rboardinff.WBiit. JI Idia. i / J ,' stationed Fort Pierce at on that Indian post River they ,acquired and while The badge of the Order of King'sSons B. P. MillER, Jr.:, 1uIg1l.1 i.Jacksonv1Il FlAA i f
OuiUr*; Ooodttc/ott, BraakaU. piece of government laNd by rah entry. is a silver cross which members .
Web, Doou and Blloda. ; Only a few years ago tne writer Was in ure earnestly requested to constantlywear.
All Kioda of Mill Work to Order. Cypr..r Tank sod Ci.t.rw.. ....: communication with the heirs of both .
Apalachicola Florida. v ,!.' through the widow' of t>en. James )1. Xor are due. forgotten,'for every applicant -
Robinson,who", .lltiJllhh i .t PlaU.- must send his one ... i ug BRICK. BRICK.
rrtlllal' *.by nil or tr..r. ftvmft*tteotlon afro to 10oa111DqulrtH enure. BRICK.
WUiocfcoas .. f 1.'J; ) .eor"/etrbi ts burgh, New York.. | annual dues) with his application for
r 0 Vt I It will be noticed ailing the;, list of membership. ,

officers serving at Fort, Dallas in November
J But the novel feature of the whole

t MIAMI. ROUTE" TO KEY. WEST.. Abner Doubleday, 1836, that of the lit{insole Artillery of Capt.ap organization is the method they have East Coast Brick Co. .

Five the 12th ,
pears. )ears Idt'r.oo .
.. The Elegant Side-Hied Sterner "CitJ'of Key I est" & day of April, 1801, the Civil War was tae tJacksonville
opened in Charleston harbor.. Quoting
GIFTfGODU <- '. Florida. ,
a, from Bryant's History[of the United DEATN "
.T* appoifited to perform Mrvio a.* foUowa I.'i' 1"
v''t States, Vol. 4, page 4J0, wefind the ftornilLIFE. ARE MAKUPACTUR1IG GOOD HARD BRICK AID HATE BEST PACILITIES ;:.
L+... MIA HI *aOO a. m.every Ta-tdar and Ftiday.AnivnatKET .' following: "The first jshoi was fired .
WEST aaa>.ml.- from the Cummings' Point lottery by jnc for aobiog point on the East Coast. _Will give vaVy low pa O.. ,
BE ruRNn io-Less KET WEST i.OO: a. m....,.Wednesday A Sooday.Arrive an aged secessionist, Edm nd Kuftin, ...
y' MIAMI aamqday. Ooaoeotiaff Miami with who bad come from Virgi i la to belrthat J. 8. SMITH,Jr.. Oal Mtaagar.Sep. '-

T privilege. It by a 4 to Deo. 4'r., JacboDril1e.I'I.. .
FLORIDA tACT COAST RAILWAY. gun fired by Captain (afterwards! General L .

J. p. RAHNER' G. C. FLOYD Agent ) Abner I>oublf'd.,.,"and the Civil SEEM twtu :nTMtr ., ,
War was actually btogu [From this
it .' An'c Ga! Pu.e J' .ger, &cwt.ft J.. 't; __f tab,, _W.t Bay f Street_ it appear that Capt.Abner) Doubleday. YE eoio.ell.aTrIE tuna AMa A Fertilizer for Fruit _. .
.)J.A who was stationed at rort| Dallas in rsTetsw V '*
,jt"w.., : IBM Bred the first gun(of- the Federal 1ORD iw,:1.iD1EA1eH :
o; Benj. W. Jerome, Kickitu ,ad IiHktirii Co. force at Fort Sumter ajt the|beginningof The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer )
.. .... the Civil War five yekrft afterward ,

t=.:, BoU Representative( ofbe P. L 'W. Oa -lUaotacturars of- Again in .01.I, .PAgel] 530 r'ant'16
History of the United :States: we ,find .' /- Price .$25.OO Per Ton.
: for tb*aal of tb* | r
General elia
Abner Doubleday as a in
1 command -
'- of'a w4 ES GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. : .. '
brigade a Gettysburg.We ) .
CYPRESS and YELLOW PINE notice also in the names of officers Moisture, 8 to 10 par.eaal .
; JlaaoliDe, >s aORL
.r;: 'G Marina aadStationary ENGIN I serving at Fort Dallas n the year 141 ilsr.ru.taatas't. SIN 4U to 8 .
' .
: i ..{* ) that of T. W. Sherman,*lit Lieutenant 1 AP6o.pboriaAcid. "ft to e" :
FLOOKINO. 8IDIJ1.CCIUNO,. of the 3rd Artillery.. jTbe suspicionarose err tsaaer ; Potaab.(act"' ) 9 to 8 ". f

la tb* Stata. tip Faorlcia.1! MOCLDIS09,Etc. that these initials: might be reversed Made Exclusively of.Rria Al Cotton Seen'Meat, Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Bent -:
and that it have
... inigpt reference
.. i iif' IMwo/red fhoephate. Fine Ground Tobacco Sterne ;

E.oiAe. cold will b* st !Jap aadpcrcbaaer Cir WH aibelU.ud Btx. Skotfs.llaeplldeofa > Sherman to the, who great was General stationed William at this T. = 0 and Ssrphate'of.Potaih. '

laatraeted.. roa i post. This suspicion arras founded on M Tara eras FW-Wriu: for frail.We for dlTMUo. '. *.for sine aDd tuner prttealan,ales ..k lot a copy.*f$eaoUk 9wtilUer 1 "

if' sing and ear*. JaoknomiOe,Florida the/fact that tbe first post assigned to 11 SEEK You oo .'
Lieutenant W.T. Sherman fter leaving WflHJESUS torj a Urj Suck if PjftfllKr IiUrW;C. I I11!, bbsec6 tet, htek, fee.

PfOatalooe* and prieea oo application.BCNJ. West Point, was at'Forti Pieece.on pj ? H'ifor prices before baying We seek the growers trade direct.
the Indian River. W-rt-esu jned that it A
W..JCROatCi : 'I 1,1iZXRr3ER.TL was quite possible that he might have WILSON & TOOMER
been transferred downithe btast from ,
i July IT.'llC: -Ia BranUy, Hat. : Fort Pierce to Fort Dallas with Capi.Woodbridge A 1EW SAMPLE DISKS.chosen The Fertilizer House of Florida, .
Tbe Aierican'Laundry and 1.It> bring their work before the '
Ut. j Rubinson.This to M8-U-if ,J.. ("'1PonVU1e. J'1orlda.
suspicion bo"eve*. wa4 nut well public and to distribute wellmeaningadvice ,
because lu.io Ca-AB HABJCKT.Ageats. Miami; C.M.Stowm Agent Cbaoaaal Osov.
founded we OU.f1a'f Bry and .
and text .
rite' Scriptural << warnings .
In of tbe b'factory ant's History of the United States,Vol. men, and of course the new
among .
i\ti 4 4W, which is th.c{
page authoritywe -
w. men. .
'Frn tmIrI'} FMinplr LmArf tDh. i. of TitoavilU.BizV have at band for refiereufe at this

k : .arain. operatko in that city. moment, that Lieut. T., W. Sherman, Tracts the, whether guise or they disguise are prellt'Dtedundl"r of book For Winter; of 1B97.. .
who stationed at Fort Dallas in
... Will b* pleaaed to to m..f all my was
> .janiphlcta,card.,or picture,have lou '
Geil. | !
1841 ThomasW.
old ewtoaovra Bee eirou- was probably
lara f or pdoaa, e&o. I.i i Sherman who commanded the military since lot their power to attract atten ,
t ;+ r1.lIJ H i'f Li expedition Royal tion. Choi 0 ice Eudd oo! .mori a Ornpge s
v Rd4jdtI4.I\ i IL.E:1: which left Hampton roads oo' tbe zVtb To reach the public something new. ,
of ()October 1881.CoLJuuiu I} bad to be devised.
NATIONAL_ r Dimick, p,ho [iwo commandant And<< if novelty alone in t"he mannerof
> at Fort Dallajs in I860 and presenting religion to the public will Grnp6 land Lemeti
Home-Seekers 1857 was In command at}Fortress Monroe the SoDS"baTe I
conviction "King
*Af* bndded tb*groaad oa tnur'y.ar's at tbe breaking out of the Civil carry 1
.. old Florida 'Bough Lemon Stocks. War and remained in tomniaud until certainly struck It. for each member -
1.000 of tbm ar. Tardiff otbarsar REAL ESTATE EICHAN6E.jfropMtf be was superseded by Gen. Benjamin i* provided for general distribution Strictly First-class and True to Name. '.

..Parson Brown ,Baby,.Tan.Triompb. F.,Butler on May 18, tltMSlj General with 100 or more gay-colored round. Also Path: Hum and Per Tr M.Or n" 1'.,....*. atn wbmr flaau;Cost*.and la.teea .
i ., .. grin., BO"D'" .-" Butler, in his bookrdes.jribe4 him as a bra.*-rimiaed disk, on which are inscribed : .rrvtkl./Iron la a ar l e aa4Ooa>nx Grapefruit, gallant and chivalrous t4d gentleman. appropriate text, such a*: -w site for prtes. or caU 0'
..ebllad: VIM fe.fKotU 1 Xshaagisg M Property :a Historical matter is I always interesting "Jeo* died for thee seek ye Him;" onGEO.rH.. WRIGHT, Orlando, EJa.Od. .
L. SpMialty. Bead Dee ripdoe of wbatyoo writing. There jar jnumerous 'The God'I eternal and .IS to Art lab. '
gift pf life
Biond.... ,.. ...We W 100 140.00J5ooM'
< bin aad and tfarrati Lich
wbat traditions
you want vej*w we can "Life short Death I*sureSin is death.Christ' .
.E riy.........-.We; V 100 $4aoOBaiaoma '' recall in regard to Fort Dallas,but this "
,Mandarin**. t40o ,UaL+ML Iltpux article already sufficiently the cure.
Lamb'...... .... ,i 1 Ii y .t of the loitg to The unsuspecting man. woman or
e: b.CAMtdt.l.I the patience ordinary readerand t.
I 8eedaOnpel ..,..iOO 100$4000 O.3 U4$ BaalEatataAgeat. try we shall forbear 1 child 1* handed one or more of these LtTVrn :E: f
disk by the zealous brethren who belong .
Also aU of tbavarMtiea of Peaobea tba. We nave written tbe Treasury Department .
requesting it !to C rni.b us' to the King' 8ona. society>> and of
t are koova to b*M .i to South Fla.
I iadodiy tb* sew Fr.*>Sloe Orai J. H. M ( with data as to the old tower at Cape curiosity if nothing _else; wi!>, it I*
: '
1 o OraafcOpaaty,1 aad k tba. i trkal.e.l, *\-..It-QJ of those who kept the light the them .to read the goud.'if not ,
beat. kaowa peaob,.oat date of it* construction uo from' was original verse*,inscribed upon them.
for tbiaaeetioo. 'eCOdissll() I r.DMJer finally abandoned and any ot Ate The officer of the society are: .President HODGES & GODFREY. PROPS.,,.
If tbe data Id
'= of interest. thou be furnished John -
De X. Y.
; YAzvracrraaaa O..iD:
in to
-' I-' response request we I
: first vice president. Go Haonock, Albany -
ball take in
pleaure presenting It
? Foaltry. Eta: Batter. Fruit, Vwta- promptly to ,uur readers. We might .x. Y.; second vice president R.
: .... a Coosayameiitaaoiieitad. Prompt add closing in connection with M. Neilson.' Baltimore. Md.;' third vice

,' t Wuto Itrstry, Ilitir.Htm,ITi.Uwv aDd boneat retnraa' ,..,..& MarketsaoUtioaa Fort Dallas that the old) stone buildIng president.C. P. W.Nima.Boston>>**...; CJDmK mI Yjili! Phi Lvnicr I '.
;l? .. and ataaeik fnoaiabed oa appltoatkw. known by that name wll1 j used for fourth vice president,- II. G. Adam. r\
.. t. r t t Iii ; a number of years. the court hnuse Plainfield. N.
.21I.w.A.duIe 8L. of Dade county, before tbe removal of John Cook Brown, Philadelphia, Pa.;
:.. Battarkk Pattaraa. PbuaafBft.Bcfaraot.: Jamtt.rvuus.R FL& tbe county site to Juno which occurred secretary and trtasnrer;Edwin S.Rob-. ndFru1tPra1 ,t :
",- Catalogue free upon application to1P1 : State Bank of Florida.. if our memory serves, oa correctly _
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119 to 127 Simonton: st., Key West, Fla. ,'" ---.ni,

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--"*p" yaolMUaJli *t Cost trad ''frieJooono (or gooda d irv nd td any part of Bbcsya. Bay. Ail goods ahlppd by 3.I. City of Key Wet Piio the rfnlly given on ippJi t atina., Guarant**'*bipm nt of good on .rlom of *ism.rProapt .'

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; .. III1aMSV & Clark 'Fertilizer Co1 SOSIE(Continued HIS'TORICAL front page| to DATA) TO/ CONVERT' DRUMMERS.... Little! Bros.f Fertilizer 4 Phosphate{ Co,' 'l r J:

I felt positive that-.j Wagner cage here Commendable Mission of a Near'Beligiouu JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA' .i :t'i;

several years prior to, 1W4. Wagner, Society.
}' c o1 lI-oEc_I' however, was positive'a*
date of his arrival audit ,will tM. seen It I* CU.ll tk* -latmUttoMl.__ Manufacturers of Bugb&radeTomato & \ FA F tJ
rr. that the records of the War 'Depart- Ul Traveler' care...Or4er .f aU gaKOM !! .
ment confirm his statement for lH*,aid"Ur.Cbas. *-atUl, Aim .f %h. <
Baron had charge of Cap*
Un-rivaJ.1ed Florida Lighthouse"on the date of his t' 1.
arrival and "that Capt.' Hill was ino Graven tkould ,use :the.,,Bet Fertilixer% becmnst .tk.'.best -i V \I
\ mimand Fort Dallak.'" The rei'Ord..how of a brand'neW' religious lie cheapest. 'r .::;
r KovKity hate arrived in Chicago. '
that Capt. Hill arrived here on
O lE January X, 18U!! and remained in oin- They came during the ,,week fully Little Brop. Vegetable No. 1 and Lithe, Bros..- Tomat:. '. tJsf
.... : I .-, mand until Noyewber8,1868, *o that f'quillpec100' prepared to convert the "
r .i. r F., .,, be must have been in cemuandun May city by a noel method. Special are the Best Brands on the ;
:: 1, 18U, tbe date Wm. Wagner says I.e The society i. called The International -
-...: 'PiartL1lzerp : : arrived at Miami. Commercial Traveler Circle market for tomatoes. If i i'i
Until recently wooden head- i *' .
very a Ore"r of Kiog'lI soo.. :
---: vox'iV. ** remained standing on the loUhd Ellis & Branscomb.Agerits '
The circle is of commercial Williams
composed : t 7r
which VfcLCe$ on the Jay) trout Justnorth
Z site mark tbe traveler in the United State and Can- 'f.,. 1>A T_& 1T. .
s of the Tl: el 1 fo !
; wim i i' Fort Dallas uJa, making it international Su character. :e
of soldier nlat -
lnap p ; fail s } 4fflOfl$ grave in tbe year 1857. Tfi>yf; mound a. Its members, realizing tbe need of <.

r i leveled a few weeks cgoS the grounds fo} tin Royal ... and enlargement of Christ's ?
Palm Hotel were being dOlI n\do Kiiigtloui among their/eHow-trateleni, The Chance of a Tifntinyri J.
Strawberries and Vegetables. not know what became of the woodeiT ft *Kn'i rrpinirnt to aid In the work t't :.
headstone which marked tbe soldier's by the power 0 m '&reeumpleudright ; >

grave.- Tbe writer examined it in Ittttt, living and precept. PIANOS, 'AND'ORGANS AT A SAClM. t;: .<..
I when it was still etandingjand it Wilt While Mill few in number ( *y j ipHb <<
Have been largely sold in Florida for 15 years in fairly good condition. It was some aw?oar w. pnrcbsvsd in Jannar> Jut the immu.stock'of PlaMs, organs,8ht r;:;
"-.: three feet. high and about! a foot wide l>rOK>rtk>n of traveling men who are I Mwaiip i aad K a.ln.tromeots o* the A..B. Campbell Co.: W.lra>aIoe Dl'out the Y. "
and one and a half iurhea thick. It had work quietly and conscientiously feel stock a-Pa"o.1ad Organ at oabard of low prioM to soak rabV toga fall tiDe of r ":,
jr W., J. Shone Agt., Cocoanut been heavily painted and bad stood the that they' can better the spiritual condition tilt oaUbraUb Cooovcr,New England 8chabrt and Hiagabor Yiaua. W* baN t ':
beating storms of thirty-sit years remarkably ot- their associates and stimulate the following Ptoco", which are worth from $100 to WOO: more thin w* ak for them : .

J. Pollard Gen. Mang. Southern Department Augusta : well. The lettering was ntjll Christian, activity and induce heir fellowmen CoD..,..', CtfU.. K' wat._........_....:.:: hoe Balsas BnM'.9liU.. aW.?...............poa, :
legible. It contained tin full uauie' of "to throw their influence for ... K, .......V......;.,..._ 3A: srb.b.R. II _........_ ...117. r:
JJ. _....: ..,.._......25 M.leo..l.oy. "... ............!... souX /
octc A>ria*.4 Ga. Warehouse Palatka, Fla. of tbe decea ed. We dt) ubt recollecttbe good with the circle.; .... .... l' ..1......_...... ... .. au nt.tawq t.................-... 110 .
,.* ,. given name, but the.last name waGranger. The special aim of the association is e0...........,.. ...:.. ets/ )<,..-. eb ........... I- J'
C It also gave' CU {age, whichwe of reach the commercial ".. It ...1........ ............ r..l": KJactMrJi $iyls B .". ..._........ 225 f ':
course to tray.elerswbo MeT mmon Tr ..................s- a ,..f........ .... spa +fsash. '
: do not rercollect. It also bad uponIt the society claims, are sad ... ZIt .............. tJ 300 (itfHd, .. .......-......( ,fihI
a square and compass, the Masonic ," T waS...._....... .._ ,. ?75 rea.et, ......... Its.
in need of reform .. .. "
t The emblem. That old headstone should ly : 7 ..................: .., $ 0 t. '.waI..t.h.: ......:;....ass .
s The requirement for membershipare BaADe.BlOt" s .. ..... MM aewtvllttaas, .. ......._.. tit
I $ i WllL han been preserved as arelic:: ( of tbe r .. I' "rri. .IITXI)! Ii .,. ...M.atari,-, "....1.,. _...."...;.'I).
atated in fol- ;..B
1 a printed circular .. .. .
occupation of Fort Dallas as a military as '$ BUB......?:.......:.. UO MorrU. .-.._,..........._-- ;"
pool. Possibly bas been lows: Some of tbM Piano bars bn ra Ud,bat w* Lees "'lkl l npoliibsd Wd' \# -
"That a man be lover of the LordJt'ausl'briar.
During tbe occupancy of Foft Dallasin a
put in thorough order and w*.gnarat them to b*aaticfaolorVf s.y nfnndsd.
SAW= AND ? .! NliJfG.ftNiL1.S.I mo, Capt. Francis oodbridge' was .That b. serve Him accord- furoiah a stool scarf,instruction book and dlivr f. o.,b.r. N2.. OMII :1t'1-; .
in 'command and anotlter 'officer stationed ing to the dictates of the Holy Spirit'That or IDltalJmeota. Sheet Music a& bait price.; Writs. u. :. ":; '.
at tbe'post was James M. Robinson he abstain from practices evil.in If :s f'

; t sziT .L. i 11 | 2nd Lieutenant. The latter afterward .Ilis sight and strive to be a power for Fryer & Bradley' Musi&Co J;

y..: y a Cy _'i.kj l 1 brotber*officers became had a general.been stationed; These two at. Cod. 'I&llis of the order.Name:" according to themotto ; 24 E. Forsyth tit., r.;ilL*, .

,r .H. r' I 'Oil'':::!! feltiL/ll'l/I !j. jieceof stationed Fort Perce| government at'on that Indian pool land Rivet they by'ra'',acquired and'n entry.while a Sons The is badge a silver of cross the, Order which of member King's B. F. IU1ER, fit,'luiier., lea a-boa Jacksoni ..).41\s "" ,:

tls 4 Doou and Blinds Only! a few the writer was in are earnestly requested to constantly: t::F 'tV.
yean ago
All 1.4.of Xiii Work to Or Jar. Cypnw tub aad CiIC...... .." communication with tile hers of both wear. ..-. !\-.;

Apalachicola Florida. hrough'tbe widow of (Oen)i James M. Xor are dues forgotten, for every applicant ,
cr1i':: seater M. kr .'...,XUaOoa cirta to'aU Inqalrie* for .ntlre Robinson woo was still) lit higat!I'Platts- muH.send his one'dollar (the BRICK ij : BRICK. BRICK.East ,>
t111satlases.. Til orr..r. J..' I soy I.bl"ts burgh, New Torn annual due) with his application for
I 1 1 .
: It will noticed. among ilte, list of membershiii, .
.. .. -. toss officers 1 serving at Fort Dallas in November But the novel feature of the whole V
T"IT MIAMI ROUTE_ TO 'KEY WEST. 1858; that the name of Capt. organization is the method they hue
Coast Co :
c ; Abner Doubleday, of 1st Artillery* ap (

Tta Elegiac SUe-ftol Slei UCI ltJ of Icy le t" ** day pears.of April Five 1801 years, the later CJvii on War the! 12th wan AFTER, sea ,f .

opened in Charleston harbor, Quotingfrom Jacksonville '
: GIFT ,Florida. ;:
I 'jT sppalttd b prtaurfa lotlowr.' ? : l b Bryant's History, of tbe' United DEATH of GOD toEtarntl '
States S 01. 4, page 440, We find the th1 II U ARE MAKOPACTURIIG GOOD HUD BEICI lID HATE'BEST F1C1LIIIKS V :
;? LMT MIAMI i:00)( a. m.sway Tn-adaj aid f tiday.Arriv following: "The first shot was fired
*M KEY WEST sass day. from tbe Cummings' Point battery braD \V \V for reaching points oa the East Coast.' Wifl give ray: low ptioaa.Sep. 1
.. BE rlT1 iINi-Lssn BET WEST' JOO a. ml:*rry.Wadneaday*Sunday.Arriv aged secessionist, Edmond Kufiln, -I
% that privilege. It was answered by a 4 to Deo.,4 r, Jankaaovilla;Fla.
vwfIOA tar ooAar aAI1. WAY gun fired by Captain (afterwards Gen f

. J. D. RABNER. G.C. : FLOYD, Acm, eral) Abner Doubleday,'and the Civil SEEK stirtM.Y '.
*r i___, War was actually begun." From this Navt ,'t.J 'r.,
TNr ar0
1- AM', or-;{ r f.1 i i r..: f .f-7 Street. it appears that Capt.Abner Jtoublfday, YE 11.Ngj.aTriE A Fertilizer for Fruit .---"\. ii-1-; ,
who was stationed at 'ortl! Dallas ill

Ji:J'Jf''I.$ ...V Benj! .' &-; W.' .Jerome, : ? Ilcil u Lia .r.ud ImHetiriil Co. of 18M forces tbe fired Civil at Fort the War first Sumter five'gun years at of t beginning afterwards.the,, Federal LORD ttuw The' ]Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer ,

!: 801.B.pn..at&ll"cAMP. ; 00. XaaathctonrsafCfPRESS Again in Vol. 4, page Mflj Brynnt's .
f- 1.
L1IW History of the United States, we find rPrice $25.00''Per Ton.
few&be."or tb.GIJBE Abner Doubleday as a General in com Lin eta '

! .. 1.k t i mind of a brigade a Gettysburg.We KjaaurDEATH W.IOES GUARANTEED- ANALYSIS:
'ari' VELLOI PINE notice also in the of officers .1 Moisture ,
; names I5SDRCSfNtTKSWIS r 8 to 10 parissI." ,
Y d ENGINKSr serving at Fort Dallas in the year 141 *) SIN "AIDODia, 4tf to 6 -
> .ItA ir a t.1 that of T. W. Sherman, lt Lieutenantof aarl\s 1 Pbotpborio Add fto6 .
r TLOOZIXO.IIDING.CZILLNO.MOCLDINOa the Srd Artillery.. Tbe suspicion. 'e' t. (i ,I.? Potash,(actaal) to 8 -: 1 : J
k .
tbi 8t.t." o11-Ioiha:' t ., ,Etc.... arose that and these that initials it might might have be reference reversed -- Made..,'Exclutively of Bright Pkoephate Cotton Pint Seen Ground Meal Nitrate Toba<
10 to tbe arrest General William T.
Every&oaiDe cola will b. *si i ap sad Car MIC, lal tit.aMltl. Sb0LV. Sherman, who was stationed at this J vs t f r t and Sulphate Potath .. .:+,;J:
pat+cbrssr bttmelsd (in nucing .' f' JM>>t. This suspicion was founded on air soa vr.a isms rn UlUer"lTiln lor fralt-for iHrrntln: for aslu and' .rnntiirjurHirslsn.. slis sit fie a espy s>tosaosils.Tit. .."

o. V ad ear*. llaep-lldeo-fa, JacfcwrrriD,, Florida.,13EMP.MEBAT the fact that tbe first poet assigned to sEEX U ((1 You oovrTH :
styOatalosroe' I Lieutenant W.T. Sherman fter, leavIng YabrrjiLirWrite iSl kifPHimnrl rliIC.iI..JTi.... ,- $c::'

tad priosaoa appboation.s .. West Point was at FortjPieceon H Y i=ltl: JESUS? .for 1>ricc.'tt/o'I ,* "" ,ilCg. W arei eM grovtrt trod* dtrteL
the Indian Kiver. .Wt presumed that it '
W.JEROMC. _a L to quite possible that he might havebeen :
ta EN" : j f was transferred down tbe cast from ,1 1' WILSON & TOOIlEB4, .
V BranUy.ria. A ,FEW SAMPLE:, DISK
Ja1,14414d. Fort Pierce to Fprt Dallas with Capi. The Fertilizer House of Florida .... .:
t .. Tie AI.erWau'Laundry! Woodbridge and I.It'ut.Roblu50n'\ chosen to bring their work before the MS-U-if r'; ,7c7eaoayill.e: F1ortda.:
This suspicion however wa* not well public and to dl.tribute.wellrueaDmg. ( 1
rat founded, because we find again in Urlaot' advice and Scriptural texts and warnings Cataaa Jb HAJUTKTJAgent*. Miami: 0.M. Srowm, A aoL.Ooaoaaai Otova.Fo .
la of th*k*faceorr.Ai History of tbe United States VoL
men, and of course the new,
among _
A' r .\ ILl 4, page 4N, which is the best authoritywe women.
Fin 00rI have at hand for reference at thisSherman
1I 1.
1Au4ti ,jo 'J'JtIlIYW. '' '
Tracts, whether
s they are presented
8izy ears to operstiao ta that city.:, moment that Lieut. T. W. .;Wihtec: of IB97.ifaol: '
under of
Will b. ,.*... to to nt ail oay who was stationed ft Fort Dallas in the guise or disguise books i
> old ewtosaura. Ba ofnrn1 llwaa probably the (Ueu 'Thorns.W. .jaraphlcts, cards,or pictures,hare long

.. ,jllan tar pdor, etc.tr .Sherman who commanded MM,uili- since lost their power to attract. attei .

r' 'RiIdwcii\ Prices? ?r''f I t; '1lJ 11 L t.. tarv which expedition left Hampton against roads Port on tbe Royal Xtftb tioo.To reach the public something t new Choioo Bn u. oo mori a 'Ornnge,, : : .

of October, 1811.CoI.,1unla bad to be derised. .f .
t Dimkk. who {was 'commandant And if novelty alone In the' /f .
NATIONAL V manner d l
--- I at Fort Dallas Inl! 1858 and G F
! of presentlng'religion to the public win
In command Fortress Monroe I; Gaj nIl mStrictly j.
Arbndddatthffo ad oo frmr'TMToW Home-Seekers 1857.at was the breaking out of i i tbe Civil- carry conviction:: the "King's Sons": IJ I, l

ft- .-a Florida Boo** Lemon Stocks. War and remained in command until have certainly struck it, for rack mem- '.
,. VOOO of .,..*. a,.Tanfeff,otat tEiL ESTATE EICBAHGE.Froperty be waa superoeded by Geii. Benjamin ber Is provided for general distributionwith First-class 'and True to Name. ,{ .

t .ar. Patios 'Browa. .Baby, TuHOlD. -, FJ, Butler,on General 100 or more gay-colored, round .UIO react.nags wb P.u'ThoM,Gra1te4 ,...... IIV/.rttr''Flaau.lost*,a4 la'rMI"I h
'. ..' g rips. ... ...Triunpo I' Bu ler,in him bootdeacribc4 him .a. a brass-rimmed disks, on which are in I. : tq pcnra Is a ArA-dui_uV ,,.', .
aadOommoaQrai. :, and chivalrous scribed texts, such WrlM .."rSeuoraUIM. iI. "
I. gallant gentleman. appropriate as;
1aohtild_v IIOtI 4'r i I .actaC'41iopstt. !.. ,a Historical matter, U always inter- "Jeans died for.thee seek ye Him;" ; GEO. H. WRIGHT.,,Orlando, fla I
't7 ,Sl>,tdsky. Send Description of what eating writing.' There are 'numerous The gift of Cod'ia eternal lifeand Oct. t.toLwl l1.hs. J 7i 7 .
XoU.i ...-. ....,./ to v 100 taooBOOM' -
bar tad what traditions and narratives F
you yon.at. we can "Life U short Death is ,Sin Is dnUa.Christ' .
sure i
s *Early,........-.600 W. 100 940.008aia recall in regard to Fort Dallas,but this -
f -V "
r Lamb ma..,-u.4'MatinaifB.j....:l.vt C.:WOo l AiL, '# a.a r t- J.0cL article try the I.patience already of sufficiently the ordinary long reader to The unsuspecting the cure man woman or

.r -- 8ssdlara Onp.tra....>iEb IMf-to B.1 EM. and w* shall forbear. child is handed one or ,more of three LU./
.. Actnt'J. disks by the zealous: brethren who belong
AMo aU at thavamtU* of PMobs thai We have written the Treasury Department -
it to: to the. King's Sons' society, and
f". ar known to b*aniua to South Fla. requesting furnish us
fool tbs'ssw YTp H. with data as to tbe old tower at Cape curiosity if nothing ;else,, will, it ia. -
ti \ 8&oaef: -MESSING Florida-when it was built tbe names : hoped by the association,impel whoever Cocoanut Grove' Lumber Tards V V.
:, fl =/ and i* th* 1 1ci of those who kept the light {from the! receives them to read the good if not ,.. .ft
bst known psrh ysi oat / slate of its construction until it was original verses inscribed upon them. !>'
fry' UdI setfoo.'MoTT. : himCi: r. finally abandoned,and any other points The officers of the society are: Pre P HODGES & GODFREY. ..,, r. HOPS.I fMAXIIaCTIIaaaa
.. .
If the data .t. ,
of interest. should
be t
: furnished -t' '
dent, John De Witt, Brooklyn. N. r.::; or.aJrD )fo. ::1
.AJAME.S' in to a.&LDI IXCircsi ; 1' ,
response {request we ;, "
i first vice president Gus Bannock. Al .
shall take pleanre in presenting it
Pwl EMS. Bottcr, Fruit Ysia baa,. N. Y.; second vice president B..
enopmcroftala 7. promptly to uur readers. We might
c" "t. bIee.ec.IiIa.aistataliodtaaPro.pi tdd before closing in connection with M. NeiUon. Baltimore Md. third viapresident.
:' UnHM Ja mWmj MAflB ;'V HaW Jttfftl a taifl,fM.rf'4 aadaooMl btarst ....,...... ; Matk.t Fort Dallas that the old stone building .C..P. W.Xim.,Boston,Mafia; C ; .ant I YtLt1NVegetable ? {
"1-rr gaoIatioss ass ataaciIs t1imilbad a tp: known by that name waa i i i lined for fourth vice president ,H. G. Adams,
_:: .' r'.t )r'1 t '1 a number of years. the court: houseof Plaiafleld. if. J.; fifth Tic president:

cue. : Bettarick Pattara la.v.m AAPboo..fe& ....1k.. Dade county before the removal of John"Cook ,Brown,,Phlladelphia, Pa.)' V ii'x
: j
; ; 'J. ,'I'LL. the county site to Juno which occurred secretarr and ;Edwin and Fruit.ra 1 tU094U
treasurer ; ar
;i, Vt A {
CaUlogne free! to Bctsraett S.'BobM' -
apoa appUcattoa 8Ut Baakof ,
., FacWa.Isertiaiy ? if oar memory serves ns correctly, tu,'7"; t:.;:rY Cnn ; _,. :t> .
feBkU Mala St.,JackJoavlU*. ,Utft ib 1ele. I Q1Ifwul'l: t !f'f.. '
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JM + merchant- by bringing; ; them together of careful consideration. ,; noji! J only by <
TilE F. E. C. U. SYSTEMThe }
and opening up new:localities be citizens of West P \nBeach\ ,

Do you know of any :one, in'yourlocality but by those ofmany oi;hej Florida ('Ji BaBtof !
"" ,
the business
that is engaged ( t Bay Biscay
'J Mcse fiooYftaajr ?; If so I would be happy to town The soil at Mismijlslently ,i exircl. Folder of ABUOUBCOTMIU for
for I know adapted to the propagation 1896 and 1897.
sssassm aa*tan !lane T-KP fTBVATM. .have them .on my list, ,
., there are many plants of ,value' of shade trees. MOAt 4f t he I land. : "Otl.fl.
41 ; ; y !
r ws along the ,East/Coast and at (fliis which'is embraced in thtr city limits I I'M' "Mal tat* eat Olds110ao1 Tien 1... : f.l : ; H jd .

C y red e. moment I'dO"'I think of anyone: .. l.enad 1'....... 1 'Ii J i MIAMI I ,, FLORIDA. :;' <"b .1.
butyouta .whoV'll be likely: to was covered, acid is still covcrcil.iijr ._ (' '< ti :.: t .
and heavy growth of timber.! Unfortunately EesJCoa4 .. tlBOOftPOMRD TJVDIX TH> LAWS OF FbOBIDA. \ -
3ntertitgmthe]( subject of t
Ukf an The annual folder the HJ. I n' I I--T
rw ...,..... a.. .Ik.! ... give me jhe information._ i I am sure some very fine '! aid have Hotel System has Jut been (hued by O. 1 l'nj > ,
V .... N._NN.1.N. N NN/.N.a N..NN...,} t N t. that'the collection of the indigenous been deMroyed'in clearing gratl- II. Knoll, the grneral manager. Conducts 'a BankingBusiness. '

plants! of value can be carried on in ing the street*. The pey>plr. of Or One of the principal features of the w.. M. BROWN : General

Adta. tl.lag tiatss. Titusville to a very-considerable extent lando, who are noted for. tlieir' enterprise fpluYr U that it contain the first flew PncstMMr. .; Issues Drafts. -] on All
and it U a business that always '' Parts of the World. Accounts i iy.0
of the and lU .
JtoaI1'al.m ground
( in ever R, R. MoCORMICK.
: -owri
beautifying ,
s 1 r,. t fro. tilde tyro 'does a cr at'deal for the prosperityof their placed in print.Commencing. .p_...",.. Solicited and Every Favor Con

..... t any community, for it brings passed an ordinance some years ago, at 81. the I
1 1 ire n w CHARLES, OAR THSIDE. sisterjt.With Conservative Bank;
g to the poorest classes which, while.it was laughed at at the "
s us sri w ..iwkr money very folder contain views of the Ponce de > CAIHsi r" T I
and the product is one \that is very time oUts; .passage, has borne excel- Leon,Alcazar and Cureto,,: There are itM i ? Extend re71 ; f.i f.

r k d It/ W pr'cf..tt. ?' |.9 handle.1Yours! ; truly. ,. lent fruit. The ordinance uts entitled sixteen in number. These are followed 1!If i I : l if"' .' f j ''J /L; t : t J t P rt j, '- t: 1 J LiIC ;

WALTER HOXIE. "propagation of Shade ITrerl." by a view of ,the.spot where Oiiceolawas h ,, -rsflJ 'f.ifr'!! f
:anEe ;)
Qa in 1887
e w .. ul.ali.plty.tyyy. well for those of ourwho It provided i that the city,wo .Kl pay raptured by treachery I
It be
night view of South Beach at $e. Augustine i Yolk J
' &* # to the owner of lot hi the residence ; Seaboard ; National 1 Bank 'New : ,
2 **<*r\\ (eel interested 1 in thisB any the Hotel Ormond aDd' lCeof'l tberea I ; ,

1 fe 3 sSittte v riT mit +ib'; :; .correspond with Prof. portion of the city: or to such bruits, nape in number. Then come Natl .Ban'of Jacksonville, ,. Jacksonville" ,

rPOPULATION other persona as he may 'designate, views of the Royal Poinciana and tbe '
Josi Inn and In their six I' FOREIGN : ::1I :1- .
the sum of:fifty Cents for every tree scenes vicinity, S ;

07 DADI COUllTf.j planted and maintained in ecc rdance teen in number. We note one toene Knauth, Nachod and Kiihne, 4-* New Yofk .' -

in particular which is new and that it .....
.. .
I 4" ( l
with the conditions of the brdjnance. ...- : .. : .J
j Citizen in a recent !!" T
The Florida the Avenue! Palms from,Lake Worthto I t.. .Ii 'f .,.p'
,, +. LrtMM pir et lnsatlands It -r 7 ..
y. specified the variety of tree! which the'OOf"an Poinciana 1
issue said: (connecting: 'ElI&UiIrti-Tlult iid B1uI1I (jJ..nl.
: "The: i election returns show that would accepted... They w re notJiame and Inn, which. Is charming. Thereare

f, ;,1 slot cans, te.tlals aN ats..y sb.atd atd.e.!w eddrae.l ssa4 pay and the same number of votes-were' cast to be I less. than two inches. in also some new view of tbe Poln- .1.1,.... k. ti tls .Ld I Inpnied like. .,

t1 ;' iHi *UT COAST PVIUsatro co. for Presidential Electors in Dude ter, not less than ten feet from the ciana and Inn which'show these structures '
and'Monroe 'counties, although the .off in fine effect. "
ground to the top and at a u liform .
1'WMW f1.1HL former :-has a population of only Then come the Royal Palm_IU':y. d _BRA.DY'
distance :
not than & Co
3,332, while the .att r'* population twentylivecet eral other Miami dt>'!!_Tnere are two ( ;

is 17,167. Estimating the voting : nor more than thirty-five feet. of Fort Dallas. .-tUr eK .view .of. tbe -.uift i ; : j

-{ population at i for each 4f of the They were to be kept in -gr wing Miami ri er-tfhe ,of Arch Cl'Mk ,and- .Grocenes a GAD/Hayl and GardenW See .A : ;

s population, Dade should have had condition for one year from th e date. two of SpuTinole. Indian families. The .

only 738 votes,while.Monroe should of view f* the Palms and tbe ground : :
planting at no to the'cityfor : '
have had 3,815. The number reg. expense** iuruUhe a good Idea of what tbe latter "' 1. J-JfJ. .liJ.tQE.N HII .... !.!.l -i .
i.. istered in Dade county was 1,611, care or maqtenanccsum will be when completed. The view is ,! ) i : YaPES'FEB2' LIZJCItd t-p(1 : '

and in Monroe county,34'. The of twenty-five cents was paM lat the an etching, and not a photograph of I

total vote of each in November was expiration of thirty days after 'the be property. If tbe detail of the r
83.5In October the total votejp : time of and grounds are carried out a* the view of call UM atUtotion of the p.opl.-of Bay Biaeaya to oar stock of Staple ;
: planting upon inspection and Fancy Onoariaa, Frnlt and Food Prod act*of all kind.; also oar dock. of Oraia.
Governor in Dade count--wt? 733, and acceptance by the street 1 com, totem suggests, they will throw in the Hay;.Bran;Cotton seam ;: Onmad Foot and WhaaVW < ,
bW and in Monroe'county 74t" f*h.de.ny of the Hotel System groundsfrom
i betweenthe mittee, and the further sum of, tit. Augustine down. We also are tb.only'boos oa Bay Biaoarn dialing szdnuitely ia tot above Ua of
The abovedisciepincy: : goods:. W bay else and will..u ...' w.iDriI.e. yoartmn.aporidc.and solicit
if a
in ,
., twenty-five cents they wer: McDonald's office this
.. taw in J. A. ,
--- E. L. BB4DY
of CO.
population and ratio proportion your patronage .i Vary. truly. MyifJCrs.
'THI'people.of Lee ,county, ria., to tnumber of registered, vojr'largely' healthy condition at the end of one week a large drawing of the Palm and t -

;; are very proud .of the fact that the the''fact year after planting. This caused grounds. It represents, as doe tbe M -
explained by view in the folder,the grounds complete
t' county la out of. debf"nnd the many of the children of Orlando totake
; that ',heavy';percentage of the pop from the river on tbe south to Twelfth

L. ,raat* worth one, hundred ce nfe on, ulation of.Key West i is composed of a pride in planting *a few trees street on the north, and from the Bay
and for them. The
caring :
; 'dollar. We" do fcnow'how; sum B tbe west,
,the not taken the on the east to Avenue on
Cubans. who. have never
offered as a bounty by the cit; for all brought out to perfection in tbe
met counties; in': F.Cfiia.standjbut 1 trouble to naturalize and become citizens '
know the propagation of shade tre* was highest taste of the landscape gardener. ...
J. we do that both!, Brevard .. 1
f.a hence ,are not qualified to view of the Bay and river is nf'J' I'1\ \ f)
i And Dade 'cou': es warrants are not a large one and yet it WM >ufH- Tbe .. j 1i it' I J "f .1I ,; ,
register. Another cause of the great dent to accomplish its A line, showing numerous craft on both, .
,1 orth.one.hummed) cents.on the dollar discrepancy! {* that the Citizen has purpose and even one or two steamer are to be ,
few after the ordinance Went
= and while Bre"t vard may 'l have a population of.Dade years seen in the distance on the ocean. Sa
taken the
county into effect. write visited Orlando the Miami view are four TOWN OTS NOW ON SALK
lightrfndcotedne Following
1 unless
',r Terr | s, -.wef from the latest Available sou rce'the :
"-It are' -?! formed'f Date county'" does' t"'Jf : and the, result from the passage of of Nassau, one of the City ol Key West E r
state This
'; census. .of .1895. was the ordinance referred to was t ruly and one of the steamer of that name. .
Kellar., .Lee county takes made, duringthe summer of that remarkable. It might be wed for The folder. ass. whole is the most interesting .:J 1 ..:
special pride In it* financial condition issued Mr. Knott. I. .
.Dade of has yet by
tbV feu. county today the town of West Palm Beach and uiht, ,4 .
( ion frond that it U a vert i --
( ;
I" ; T qodoubtt twice as great a popula- for the city of Miami to consi4e the !.., "

{ Dewt oo ;!kl clg only a'few year Cwt tiona.it iad.i in the.summer of 1895.T wisdom:of passing ,a similar! rd.Staines. !. llAft1INASAU ROIITK A'' ', .. .. S'L'EY; ..-
\ ... ,
.HbJc ,.
,, .. .; "."" ,it i1.ebC' .1etM..ot1.1: lmr! Car* Iostanc _, f ril1..:- -t "' I:-? i, _0.1
'coenua w shine m*t .frequently There less'than -
t rrnhdoubtedlyno Ta,8teamr to Connect at Miami TaU General :\for' Julia D. Tatle.'
out ol debt. >.Toe. .P1f!er? ..cbanties; 2;000 ''people domiciled within the THZ: WAR TALr .Winter. I Si '. .\. .
.... .
; have larger.deniands to meet. Bre- limits of this city to-day, and there The papers'are this week ful "of : f 'fj. \ "r--, *** -"" :.,y 1 f ,

.;' vard'alfiadebttdies; ); was incurred were not too here at. the beginningof war and 'rinnor" 'of war., U idle. .m6W..kly'l'd-.k17 Trip foe for ftbnurr Jsaury u aa**Hank April, and Prices. Fr i UN.to.f $'lf f t Per'Le: t, Acctrdii to Lwillwntrf.nrtArt ..(

f during the yellow,fever.epidemic; in the, present t ''year; and while Sambas awarded contracts for erecting

1888, when the expense for quarantine ; Miami is the most notable instance 'formidable fortifications at Key S FARE to )HJu rotr tb. Florida Fast Cooat BaUvar will b* rfaadad .-
The f fn a circular issued by the East Coast to.aofa parobaaaf of a lot, prorid porebaMr will prodno notip tor such
purposes' was tremendous.. of rapid increase of population, lot West. r Hotel System this week we Dotethat fan, which reoripl will b*raetirad in culllo. part payment for lot ,

> fact that Dade"county i* out'of debt! of other points in the county show In its,issue of the 24th the Times- the Nassau boat will connect with the I ,;

peaks very'highly for the: Board* of very rapid stridef'ia! the :gro tof Union in an article on the subject of 1+. E.'C. R. W. at Miami instead of at a1n C oe : T ; ,

rf.. Count/Commissioners for the CXr their populations;' the:Work to be done among other Palm ,Beach as connection was made

.pease of Dade on account* of its vast f The,Citizen may ask how peoplewere things says: 1 last winter.January Tbe'lenlee'15th and during will commence that- HOTEL :MIAM'i'-4 1-,

5'S f territory 1( unusually hi entitled to register-when they The fortifications at Key test 1
I month will be operated semi-weekly.
5- : t -
MF-U ,. ..
ff' are to be equipped with four lo-inch -t\
s" v fI :: !{ tnllI Dade_ less than a year Wring'February and March there will { ) .- ..,. .
KOTJCTwijiln and two S inch
A This high das.ippearing -
e Mid people are 'complainingeca since. is 'easily explained. guns, eight.12inch power ride I $three boat weekly and, during, April ",. } .. .1' ,
week until tbe close .of the ai !
t 1bgoall row-which vrere! Beau .the majority of people who mortars and other ordinance le rcaliber4' I two per
> ; '
a i season The'steamer, will also carry
r a the Republican partyWtue ; have I located ;in Dade county during. = Qhase &. Harney :
promued by : ; the'Bahama Island mails ,during tbe .
( .
The bids for the erection of] a ;
the from other I
the 3d day past year came partsof connection -
of 'Us" r&iceeas oa period. of tbe 1
river the strong fortification at the' mouth]of :En.u.r : : : A\. f\.\ .
Florida from Indian been ne. -
l;. 'of. ihU. me
1 ., But they should remember Halifax country, St. Augustine, appearing guns, will be opened in made of a sleamVr 'for tbe route made, although -r- --- -...=.,&e.ertt'l..er.. a
is'i to be
': :tfeat sufficient time has not yet Jacksonville and many interior the course of,a few .weeks. i I. day as.tbe one result expected of negotiation that any -REPRESENTING THE- : -_: 1 1i l
of them old The the.\vdrk i .
.- 'elapsed.for prosperity to be felt at points. whose are were at Key government West, Savannah regards and Wilmington are pending in New York. A steamer Pey MM I He, Fhk6tj ul City few, til all I L % FIn.Cnp-lies, f [

.. t poiutt far diitant from tbe money orange growers groves with less draught but capable of carrying t. :) .
: and is .
I catres.. In ,New York city andChicago ruined. by the. freeze' and-they. came ing it forward as very important with the greatest, urg. a larger load tban'the Northumberland ISpedalII&ee oo d..wag property. toe three ad An j.rrs. ,

t cities t down to Dade ,to get..below the .; pvsiblerpeed. I which was used last winter, t 1.Aiao'Bavnmr Aoam rose '. '
and.in: all...the, great,. i j Ii .I
pI"- danger of freezes, and as these Important additions to 'the 'ordinance will be selected. The steamer will be .' '
;of the cotinlSy1Ji$ more .' people ol similar build and capacity 0':the HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK CO.., i1 F
: 'tifuId bnplhie.V!(at'lietter.t in\ ti were'old residents of the State, and fortifications at Dry Tortugas Key West, although not a side wheeler. .And DTOkan ia 1 FMtilisara and Fartibaar MaUriala. ..:..Jr

i was.before -the election. The Intlkw it WM, only necessary for them to proveded, west for.of Key West','are being'! .f The information i. furnished' us that -TJJffi7t l 1. Jilnl:"yr -., -*-... ;:pV.'b11c State &t:1
reside in six months to becomequalified the Bahama l lya ....... :
pcovemcnt-ispartlculailyiiotkeable .Dade The government, i in. 'no instance 'tbe steamer! will run aero i FLORIDA. tJ'. '.

.:amoag'' mannJacturing o-rDa.: to vote. has advertised openly fpr bids, but Bank in ate trips,to Nassau, making

.f 'Several 'thousand large mannfaciuring The.:M.TlloPOi.tI'con&lently believes has..invited proposals secretly. It the distance twenty-three mile shorter
.than the route last winter from J. \ WHardware UN'
was ( l
'" csUbUs ChCre that,the State enumeration of was at first that the' for '
ouMitSj .
I Palm Beach.A '
ajl of the fortifications shouldopened .
.pe ,
<- the *bf Dade for
d' closed before i the- >:electioa) ,on 'population county, -
;; simultaneously, but the;situ. cap of muddy ; ,. : .fast hare begun run 1896 wilKahovr a gain ,of[ :too per ..
't the ,34 ; atioo Became so grave that.the'wmr some BdUwr 1* a Dots!. of muddy dido -

< ..< on. full time, and...in' iaanj; r, t ltbf .. '" 3.1.'' department decided upon 'greater skillfully*. Oc.prepared way to blood know porUWri a nlibJ by and its !- Ship. Chandlery, J r n

.. \o\\cav< wages have been advaWed.We speed, and has, therefore, open 4l fnedom. fromiaaeD&. Ay ri8* .aprilla .- t u i .
:;. supported ) : Bfyin! P, 'or SHADI nut the bids and let the work as fast'as M always bright add psrkbag..b* Stoves and Tinwa.e.A: : : ; f
qJ .
I o r the plans and specifications could be:: cat}** it ia an !tract,' Dot decoction.
r a 1m VafJ:: 1 k :5t"wpuld Teem that the 'problem prepared Only contractors. of dii- Mill and f Stearabodt!Supplies. C .' ; .
,; ; ; bilO of shade trees for our streets is one cretion, vouched for,by the official!, For Rent at Cocoaut GIOft.room ,

'Rouse for the next #ouryeas but. that deserves more consideration have been asked .to bid, and thep 6 cottage, nevi, bay front, adjoining ? 't : r, "t rutsjan.rs.; fi't ,
I: Peacock lon Address,
".* ...IBO. .good "' olds more to .the attraction. of a requested. This was done to :. Coonanat Orove Fla. : ,
'. .:of ;;.defeat::, U food times, prevail \ preclude ; 16-tf I
than do .
thriftv town shade -
J pretty the possibility of any one conk Carpenters Tools a Specialty.!
':c: rd" J$country *t Urge.then tree along l the streets. When we tractor possessing a full knowledgeof 1 t NOTICE. ..

theayerage citiicu ought .!O be abler know that the proper varieties of th4ThoIe work. hordes U hereby given that ender aM by .

r.c;' 4" ).ip' ....orL'b., atbuslAtsa. 'is tree planted now,small though they The provisions for the'defense o Court.0.:'se Od!'seat County.!ton iMMd Florid by. U ib.*CuoAtr eert U .:: i
will with in !time THE
be ten
'" care, years' St..Augustine include siege gun a- cam tberel pendingwberela die A.1'.Sas I
it"iIofftit .. ..
.v t"ilude4-doea Fort Marion. I.Igli Bcrdwtr* Comrwii. a coryoranoB.'I* .

".'ttj ibe a ort.te provide for It i is, understood: that' tn>ng"fojrti-i} pWtwlr,..40.w.Wrybrtdit U d.kadaat.tbusderstgsed filth 8tsst, ...of PMNOgSr Depot.. A. .
I will offer Ktf sate W UM klcbM sadbe.t .
future comfort and of the
the ,
beauty fications also be ;
Y to erected
i FLAIih. are at ih< .
&bidder; for eub, befora UM door l tk : .
oilowisig is f an ,old public tboronghf ares?.. The prettiest .entrance to Hillsboro bay, commanding Court HOBM a& JUM. P a l. Coo sty.rtorUa, t By : ..".. .
towocj in Florida ,todayare those i the approach of Tampa'. ou 1M..II day of J..,,",.A.D.tWI,UM SUM f" reS .' 'VieD"., Bread. ,.. .
whose citizens Have made this 'mat Uy'i.UM betwt. j A
t : belay UM are Mo < moth B )(ade
Catxtedir'r. f .. ... and t .'eJoek.U..IoI.Jo.IDC 1, e It; .- ,. .
C.who boon fit 'clock. ; ;
',fM t : r ter one of local. pride, and_ as a result ....only laUritSDoa aaaay rorir(rpm Ilk 4iwribe4 reel edsis sU.- .f.1) n.t iij.a 'J '.
visitors and have'been tblr auee.tors.rs blood.. FortiaatalTtt ft.s .
prospector impnr -
tlse TA .. ts.wac
? .. ..'. aIe4 U DM! C. rVKUm. UMts lont.itAi, '
charmed: hi 'evidence, of adornment tuft a eWavr ia ia Uritj, *.to power tb.ir posterity to trao- eoutka1&aurter.l Bottest .aantr. (E.L .Pt4aiJ1 Lad 1JMiseed Foe toa j prf '.
and enterprise Why should ,,Sf X. E. 1.) of Iertlwl twtMy-klM).
be itflq ear ,of byilMatmpUoMoriyer'a<< SaraapaiiiU.lb towntlil forty-Ur,
Chios oaly o's blood Wortd'porifUr. Fair:admittod' at |b* III,..(U)....COlli......lofty acm, MMT. ri _U4... .... II..LM_ ''". &D4Jnt..o--. ,. .. ,. 'Yfaald'ssd-.' ;II. '. ..""........._1,,'!". '.a..FFF""'.71: .
.1 : tan. i ....-j'.th ,.....CIa. .. .... :i- ..
appcsatd ast To.n..on gray bar to iw kaloral eolorM Ii i I i K.J,CHILUSOWOtTH.' ..,: .r' AD---.a., .. .' .. -. ..''.':;' ,

{, y.;and -il si4'i __ the.T FI'Swi. act to mice'youth taste.ana*II DO it to batter grow paratioa abaodaat ,ixa.o ACBIUJ3GWORTH.llaen"D.4.coat-iy.Tlor$4.Itoi ........I4eUTu_ r_ ev.riWy'. hs,of' ekatIs.. ;- .....1ter'"i.t.-.Hdo.< ,. ,-r., :: ... -sus wpau.uptd.0e6 .'.. ...te ,. ...t.
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o* UM order of bia .... hat aiaiply 'I Avery Will Probably Poll Droll! I \ -
OUR CHUROHINTER Then WM aisty-flv poanda of In, bur last "issue! we made note of a C: 'C. CUTTEELL it '

Ubiod M0h blast sad simply made --+ negro named 'Bras Avery being shot .
gat tbar. Tbar ar. BO buildiag t by another negro named Charles
x CouWerabJ< Church THrfMtiff PnrtrtftiTrBUBCH and UM farther tb I the Injunction' Judge Hyser. .
tins Ugkr aa4 a 'very dangerous. one. Tbe vic-

n.tl...eaa_....AN... ......... at .w 'oui b*th/owu ,laM IMS.boft Dr & --+ tem'was evidently suffering from compression Shipwright;: '
-+' to do and it does aol hart Ib*rook to .WAS ONLY A nUUJlCIMAmT SUBMISK.
,, I. -t' .f.; Finis whoafpatalian for veracity TVS MULTI or THE CASK NOT. l laft J>r. J. D. Basklo, who Spar M keri '
r iaureataat Boa-axajMrattoaiaworlliylo be .nno TOVCKBO UTOK.kNERAL. had the case In hand decided to makea .
Miami have beanaetiv I with tbaJd.CapU bravo aDd UM ---4 thorough exploration of.tbe wound Marine, \ z

vr ..sasst raoroua' man.jay* that they ar* "" aM. .uq '1'.... t. .Do. W Atnt.M and if necessary to operate tor elievetbeoomprnwion. Railways 1 '
tbefintoomm.ooe *ky-orara. ; that DIM bit f pJc, ; of sal vies d tb. CMI1.t A McTaorotia representative ,
neat of tbedty. sew mad .'. bole ia UM sky and nvr (" ----t '.was present during the opera- andt Shop. .

eft- A* to tbecbarefa down afaia. TarDado aadorm'& Interrt tion. Upon removing a portion of tbe Special attention'paid to launch All work doaa with ., ..t...**and dispatch.
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achy to port arid aaj the, vent atc.o has been manifested skull It was found that the bullet, r:4bop: aoa&b i aid Miami river, aaar tb.bridge, -
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bet fir* tbriaom bold MTfiosa*_ artber.. UM writ r would aUU heroin the which was of a very large calibre, bad .Mjr9. $ MIAMI, FLA.,
: dote aa obaarvaiioo at it was M' result of tbe mo- crashed a bole through the skull, but a' a
-what it a diapat bin to taaka wic.a.thet.nmb1iD dOD todiMolve the had not entered tbe brain Tbe bone : ;
Tb*boaor ia elaiav- i 'X3EORGE B.
of bk kana etunad chill r : BARKER
by a or mporar1InJunet.OD I was broken into several fragments but H
+ .!- i d b'"Uat.Pssbytriaaa aDder Mr. thing alas, that UM sky that Fitta I \, issued by His it did not appear that tbe brain Itself 1f&tWatchmakerl"

KsgwiBaBdtfaCoagregatloaalitendrMbPlaaa.. .. mast ban buss tba aprajr of water Donor,Judge_ HyM "a. more than very 'UrbtI1Iaeerate4.OD -. and Jewelers
ap bY die bIMt. Fittwaa Jaa& w Court Com- removing tbe fragments of bone
r,as .
UM t'a.
At preaaot Urn&bun are su ebareborganiaatiooa I
; ia what ba laid aa if the sky bad : mi*.Iouer for thiscounty from the wound considerable blood .
r. ia Miami EpUoopal.to-nh: Praabytsriaa. bees pasatratdAn in tbe case oozed up from tbe interior of the skull. Pctrr1rrta.BuxLpno, MIAMI,VJJL

odkt,.Baptkt Coagregalioaal.of the Proteetaai order Math and bow UM rooks flaw aa4..cUd J. E. lograbanl, Trustee of the Fort After thoroughly cleansing tbe wound Bpairinc promptly! aDd earefnlly atUodad to. AU work gaaraaUwL

1-, UM Boawa Oatbolie aoeUty.B a&aa4 OQ .the order of their goIDg'and' .. Land Comppny, vs. Lesley ::.A. Dr. Baskin irrigated it with antlceptio NOY- .U t A fail ho of apacteci and.y..jftsaii, always oa. band.
e .. Mr. Keigwia baa rai Md froaatb ...u 110,.fot.oat of the \ny. Debr. which was {argued in the solutions and dressed It carefully. At I }

: *pu ora1. of UM Praabytariaa church It ia bard toaaHmaUUia maay of Bobbins
. !' 'aaditiabowwitboatapaator. .ODe will taoaaaada of pounds azpkkiraa on Tuesday and;| Wednesday of slowly improving and it is probable

t. ::. b..epplied.ery .... Bar. Mr. BottoaoaVialoe bin ban aaad ia Miami daring.tba week..'Bobbins, Graham A Chil- that he will recover. It it very likely 4MIAMI-i
,: for tb.CXacracatioaal or Daiotfebareb lea ..1M. Blaaliag ia aararal. and Arthur G. Ilamliu for bat if an Inflammatory condition. of the
Bar. Mr. Daalop for tb* Epi*. boss ia Lbe tint,ia tba bay oh UM and Judge M. S. Jones brain was to-mull from the wound or

;;e, '. Y copal..Br. Mr LonU forth*Baptist and pipaaliaa>oatbaatraataoa tba Alex St. Clair Abrams t for defend- the operation it would bare taken place
p \ Falba/Fontaia for UM Roman'Catboliaa.TbMsibpdkt trada oa UM Royal Palm grounds before this time. It is possible tbat
bees almoat ooBliaaoaa slow or all BUSINESS and RESIDENCE
tG:,: ebarab tb The matter was contested on both later complications, set in which
; piMupal waa tbaaa b.is1. aiaoa early ta tbaI -
.-::. last to eon.twin UM field aodar tbgnUanee with persistency I and ability. will result fatally. Tbe negro certainly Y

of Bv. Blaokmaa and ha 'baoa whole question seemed finally to had a veay narrow escape and -LOTS

: Pac abeed rapidly. Tb Episcopal IN THE roDusr! ", *.... down to whether I'tile defend but for the operation- could not have .
when of the lot survived tbe broken of
ebareb will probably b*UM first to end taking possession as pieces '
boos which tbeir saloon n was located skull were pressing upon the brain ....
of be followed tb
a worship. to by -
Torte U the P.aBcnr. This Now For Sale-
Cathode. PreabyUriaa "sad Methodistia full notice that the purchase of producing comitose condition.. -
I. &beGt named. W.have po iofor w'tb'lI: lot would be and spas subject to a

,J J tiM.'a sa.tksM. 4 Ouegregstiooaliet.to tb iataatioaa M of to tb*build Bap- I: 'I'D xww TKAOT KuuaCOOLM.' FOB-WKICX .WAS" TO. ,The question prohibiting was not tne? contested saleof liquor.or and Mrs.Linton C.Logic.Mr. E. J.lDton. .'S.AfMcLeod !:. Price From $100 to $1,000 Per'Jt t 1. .

,, &>U asrncea in Uaioa Hall, &be Concra.CaiievafietaiOheir be enforced if contained in a and Fred. Walters were among 'tb :

**!, \/Baptieta sad T-i-.Y. e-Ceud C1a.la sal or contract, because in this par- excursionists. who 'came Tueada; !! According to Location r
(' ..Preebyiatlaae i* FreabyUrian taot, W"D..u&. 'ogee tbe defendants have' never I.Walters ,and Benno think of locating I ,

.... CatboUee; ia J. L MeDooald'e real -- a deed or contract, but simply at Pompano some time in the'near fj ,

I' cJeDce aDd Uae M.tbniW.a' u.. pablieeobool s AT A a verbal contract io purchase the ture. ".'
buI .. All & .oharabs*report otb from Wm. M. Brown!, who testified The rain has brought vegetation fan to Miaeai over the Florida East Coat B way will be reb _cW to "
t Connlttee t be told them when! be made- the muck" Mob parobaaar of a lot, pmridad porotaasr will vrodaoa tae$far. aajohlaraa, "
of tbe front and the
later rU4
good **ae brig maBifeated sad at .aitpi-wUlbie'teatwdi ia part pay meat tor lot. k '
.p .the ....** aoelatiiar. *.,w.rii*< iakananay eo..oa", d. that when the; deed, was ready blossom u the rose or any other !

held ,yet ; be delivered it would contaip a "garden ....." .'Call on JOHN B, REILLY, Agent

t Oft** cokrad'cbana we bow of tbe contract clause and .batl] they took it Tbe new comers can be seen early ', Fort Dallas Land Miami '
that The defen '; ;
three bodies th* Baptiata, XeUaMktl building tbe, understanding., and late prowling around gun in band
I sad Primitiraa. What otbar aooiatUstbara city jail and deny that Mr. Brown Informed and'the crack of their rifles means Or J.,E.;: INGRAHAM, Vice-Pres't, ...

: are,if any,.. are not iafonoad.flaraly ell 'eb mber':. that their restrictions.purchace would' be certain death to everything that comes Mo-u.f Fort Dallas Land Co., St. Augustine, Fla. ';
Miami. not yet a year by two f let to D. W. to any in their way provided they don't miss
,, month alas Uae fiat work for a Ion rUt for testimony: Brown was supple It. Their morningsalutationis"Ain't .ss "
was eommaooad,aboald ba ta UM hicbeatapbara Tba work of ooaatrocUon .. to be by that of J. B. Reilly who tbe climate delightful" ,;'

ao far aa religion and morals are nenced at once, and probably-bcf that be bad toiq the defend
i. W. W. Blackburn's two
{1 concerned,'with ao nuay eaareb aocMtiaorga&isad. > the l-%of January" the city will .1'T.that no lot could be bought any and Master Willie came last daughters week,accompanied 'Nortli".Miami! Town Lots i .J

+ And this jia UM ... No pUce totraaaact the business, in tbe town except; it was taken bj his mother, who will ..
"';DOn orderly tows baa list baaa knowa Council and the "'01"'. court, and to tbe liquor restrictions,. There
tbe winter here.
t ia tbeaouth. wbiob i*' aa yet to a large conflae the persons It may become no testimony except that of tbe pass '
I eats .. vaaattlad oomaiaaity.THATEHEAR. aaaaiy to deprive of their liberty. to"support I heir recolec-: Mr.and Mrs. C. E. Linton. Mr. and Do Ton 'I ant. Them.1! .i
I > 'The building will be solidly built of tbe purchase. A'ew days ago Mrs. Guy Grey and Mrs. E. A. McLeod '

that portion,of U calculated aa a ; Brown tendered, Losl ey A Beneker. went to Boca Retone 'yesterday and m. : m

r THINGS to retain people against"tbeir will? a to liquor their clause lot, Upon I advice' con of tbe took game."Auntie A Ellis"bead wind to "done kept cook"them We Have Got ThemE! )

be ao thoroughly constructed till the"wee.m.'hours," but they bad .
It. The Sound of Zp1oll..a'Ooatlual' "thleTf cannot break through ..! they refused to accept such a a good time Just tbe same.

', .f'' .. Bemiader teal"any more. The building will and demanded one without any Mr. Harden came from Saginaw, Ranging in Price From $30 to $ ISO. :
built upon Lot S, Block 114, which I ., claimiDg'that tbe pur- Mich., last week and will locate here. '. .

j on.111'v. r.UL.. .... an ....K fluid on Fifteenth street, next to the: bad been made with that''under : Our population i. steadily increasingand A Selected List'of Bay Biscayne Propertj. r
',r. .J", gvsTwbar.r factory, and tbe second lot west of,& As we said at the:outset, Our we school give them Is progressing a cordial welcome.finely and .Fruit I[:Tracts and Cheap Lands for Investment. *'- ?f

.. ......,. -yr offloe of this paper. It will be., whole question depended on now seats are needed aa the old ones 1 Frost.Proof, Bearing Orange Groves. ,. -*..
/..f- OUNDy aid UMtbroar feet li the. Tbecorapartmenta.-& Lesley A Reneker took pos 'are full and more scholars are coming '
: :' f of cannon cella,'twos tHe:a oebet.yiafee ; with proper notice.f that tbe every week. i .. ,No., i Phosphate.Lath:'
of liquor would not be permitted A good note) would be a paying investment -
I ar of the moat a third 11 feet 8 Inches by 10 Choice a
:1 eoBimoB eiaear- They will all open' into a the premises. besides being a great accommodation Property: .Every- Decriptton. !
to the traveling public. l of
evidence !'submitted
reaeealMiaaUyetaa.tbay lOzSU. Tbe second floor will be the the
I' bav. ba pied aa a Common' Council. chamber* thought they bad [such '|notice Lemon City GleamUfS.The MOST. DESIRABLE' LOCATION. ON BOTH' ,THE:'EAST' 'AND:

'*|*.e* early' apriag.Th ." Mayor'a Court. refused t>> Interfere. with I taw. in- dreys of Miami and tbe Lemon :,. WEST COAST.. ",

has ... restraining the sale of i liquor City nine played game of baseball oa 1
th* waraiagwaioh Da&e TUB SWIMMING said premise** Jones and Abrams Sunday last with M. McDonald aa umpire. For wb.tfnr you want in the line of information aa to,the locatiool ,
meaiM to gt notice of appeal. Eight inning were played and price and terms* of sale of these proprieties address\ "y .
resulted Lemon City 17, Treys 9.
t: oat of'the way. of decision, which Is .t.pli.o, In- Mrs. Hadler and daughter, MissLulu : '
A Cube. u4 Pool forth* Royal & or interlocutory decree," as It L Waddell I
::., 'IJiac roots Wbea puns ie aarbywbw ,of Belvldere, 111., are among theguesta -t-- .. :
Hotel does not effect the merits. of at tbe Biscayne Bay hotel and, "r :
..fl' *oe*of them &*ie aboat to take _. MtlfaOJIce ]> -it_ Fla. .

\Ki plaaasdtb.bogtsdvWSiagiwaadds Wvktaka Oea.e.eu1 at 0..,sM case', but evidence at, the same'tbi' time it may staying finding It winter.M pleasant The hotel here is purpose only a in briek'bttOtUng. ,sort, e.t. corner of desa.. D md TMrUtmA. atreet. .': ,;'..
taken of attitude of '
,J ia mad to ataad from aa "
swir camper 7aetaa fatlbis.Hr abort distance from tbe depot and on -' It S
u4er. -' court at this stage and ,,1s a jtource the same street. It baa clean,comfortable ," .. ,,.. ."',
TaaraJeeoBataatUaatiaffgoiagMi. laUM and encouragement to rooms, pleaaant nraDclula beau \ :, "l:..:;. "..:-, :/t
+ ..o ,.em tlful view of the and good table. > .
rI;.e wbere....'dr dae ...,..ia at camplainanta. WOODS '& O "" ,; .,f
t of the last intro Everything la new and It ia a desirable ,- .. ;
side argument. were I. it
I; work: Blaatiag being doaa iatba gardeaa IIotel'System place to stop.. 1 .
of tba Boyal Pala.opon,tba Miser decided to such. tbe claim byjdefendanta Mr. Wm.Johnson and family havegoore i %)ea1>w- .1. (

lIMa be.... excavated,ape tba airaeta J troct at no, damage would be I done. by tbe to Key West on a abort visit ,, 4)y*'
wlatn-KfI4IDc ia being dona and at UM once of liquor, but on the contrary that They went on tbe Susan. l T 't dBottleil'4oods
swimming .h it! Y) Fine Wine Liquor* -f:; .j
upper and,, of'u.* water pipe line at UM sale of liquor in a properly lieenstd! Putting out tomato this la'tbe or. y ,. I ,
taasrvoir.Tb and casino at would*be a' benefit. Also that der of the day in neck. of the i Beers and .
"j Royal Palm. woods.Mrs. atgar
; r *IDa;shot of oar kodaek wbfla on* ? I M. Flagler was endeavoring, to and .
t building will E. L. White, Miss Merritt and '
-r of tb.*blaata on UM reaarvoir at tbe bead of commenced& a monopoly, u shown by Miss Obeocbala went across the Bay to Jug Trade a fipe a .
tbs pip*Una waa bag mad Monday ia and will be Intent to sell liquor him Capt. Fulford's on Friday last and ciahy.i Pool and Bllliardj' I' -
r-prodaoad ia UM akatob ia UM bsaaiayof and prevent others from doing. so. were Joined Saturday evening by L L. f .
a few"1M north of the aortb line White and Z. T. Merritt and all ;
m4 by clatoi that
this artioU. ,do neolfeetYbatbar **charges were this !
t UM fallow'wUeh Wa not oar. casoaraeaagbt the .ortb wing'aDd working **. of' liquor at Miami! would do Joyed a delghtful visit. E. L,was persuaded Agaale for Hew"Odeaaa sad IfobUe Beer ..All Hade of Car OoodkJ .
; hotel to wry tbe effect of water. -
men of the leaving room tb ; .
raaaina Wm. Tamadoa or & damag by apastttog pltaa of
wM for tbe railroad track between. J: MIAMI FLA.
8aaFltta., Bat frosa UM lid that TarBaoV fou era of tbs city a&!d scald a NOTICE. w';
1Iae'Jim be WxWX feet with a ,
*ill qaita familiar with blaatmg pro feet tbe & iajaatie to pnrrhaW wbol had Kotic Is k.r.bj gins Uat I will ..tk.i all .
40x100 water -
\ ranging
gurus and FUU i* not, and jadgng farUMT & iota spas ttM aasaran be that liq.I 447. from UM aetiv ataaaar n wbieh tb* three to.alx and a half feet in woald not b*sold. Tb affidavit of .K.Hrwr,Cevotr l...* .! Dd Cowttr.ITortda -'.. ii
: Tbe north line of the building will tbat b did iuUsjd ,at Jaao.ITactd. rot aatfcarttrsa 10 .n ?-
If fallow ia gsUiaff ould tbe way aad UMacarrd -witbht fourteen feet of the south 1'1"abowed sot aa4iTbl....-udt (t.) brtetwt ef track
fr% .kind of a look aU over aim, U i* of J"" U1eaath.tiee& aDd will set ...saoaopoly,,butt oil theeoatrary M. DtsUck. a mlmor.U awl to UM Mtowldssctite .. +Sai; Maker and Riggers;.
4 "A': oarim"ras oo tbat' t'wa* Pitta Tbarnoka UM ebd of.At"D. B aa It la now bar waa a MOl vrr,ellS...to a larg *real estate t*Dade Coeaty. Florida, .
aad fljlng roak said water war, &botd lib&be -Bo$l Palm," aDd oa: .......(p,...(1),..,..(a)sad Urn Taoit aaw133a, v -r ,
eased l
|i, sad Mrtk-wMt of lk..erthMtaafttr ', "
1 aale of llqaor ([a) auras '
b would the .
..promiaoooo) at the Urn and UMooanfeaaTKia'ra A cask hall sad apectators' U Mecto as... (MX ta ....... tT -
e pbacora. TolaUlb wW b.'pr I1ded for la the to gaeete..rar.. prVel liable'aad forty.ls (M) seata of naaa fart?-cars* (ass) Steamboat ;Nettings, Awnings, rpaaliBS jav ,
s sad' truth tbV writer' did not feel ae iTeryUiiag will be built and arraD the bar woald sly lie open for a ...c. I Specialty, .
b ism too eat email portion of tb*1.jar.j ..T.Ocmy. a I i. 1
though vaaataadiag any ...
aponaa elaborate Work will
g.as.r et ............ W.Neat. R
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tbd' '
plae and raoMatbaca aa, Boos *. l leap ou-de, tally adibsd Foes catin boat 25 ; In
4 pushed aa'fast aa poeaibla and it ........ SALs- feet long
r'bssa.t .at. d.ddlhgtlgnr.asdtrd expected to bate tba baUdiag t artba M.ps.* fAIit bi tales ia Zinlfl.6ua+a a w.UNwa.n, '
,"stars oa U he,bimaaU' did not shod far guests apon after January J t. cage from U. to tlme.ly ., aovfldacs Attorneys Jar Xxaeaton good coaditioi. r M:- : 't

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:. '.. lfrbplff" =. ru..r iMm4'OJM@. ol.tba CllreIaed'attarney brilliant JDi'f, for gepteral.8O th,1 and bream rnforfoovtely Aco..tag lib U.. CkjUr hoaschotds..s> t+ <<1"--r J i a<

:'**' .dock rita Aat eM'ieib+riq. at"the close of his term became I claim many '*
fsI4 Schist kMftto4MOe.ee picnic U itch a rare occurs.-uce that no Since the '4T
her I.IMIIR in Washington were lie Mill j .
,.**... .... ,*s.4UMpB m<..reWa.... X* la, sibs Mosrt Iloke Thing of agent .Nlc ii.ruiU.ro/ family know how t.., the girl \\ :
s resides, entirely forgotten curpt by if
r r v Ctet MM each trW a trade ......A. L Slav Which We Know the :.of biota state rV plan for it; ami,thr,result is more tirV- goes & : | I:

l.f ....11.L ..-,'........t c.o.aaallrM.. people Tetary IUDit" than a haul days work. are.Dumrul. : { I id
Y J'I&..a...a tail...L: resale ......... s4 of WatItadicott: is forgotten exi-ept by vUhru pac:'in; a I.. lunch basket it ..' r where once ) I a;
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.i ='y ..... YIIM. na.. h-.l..d .. "' tWb. y.. AS.. Cy.tsattet his ilfaWaehusftu frieuda. w iliumC.Whitney (I'' = ,
foe tk* ... wise to remember tbat'when the tbcr- now see :
aile DatMic.1 '
:rf: uuSL secretary of the na is a
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aoKawest" ....... aordI An ... JrM sew ..... mwoct touches, the iiim-tka fuo.l. Lang : ;
ft. 'H.---. fof millions and hence has
.... waa kept .
tb tOWuklp iii wW, .... .b6)u&I l Iw The skirt l fl
nulidvrjiurtioa' The
..... toad by tualitly, water ;
r... .. himself before the pro lp. f -natorLaoMir
>. :.."__loW ....... .. .,.... f;MWksippi.eer.iary of the of oar dirt vbuulJ not cont tie log catches

-:. bN aatbs.w.nIdtMe....&s dre c ClftCAM (pedal Wasklacto L1ItterJ Interior was made an svwx-Ute juitirv ait C:\W..H.t Cat, fur that. uould01.1) ad hi break. Au ; )t

1 M. .sc ka tu WUUaat A. ..w..., el -The people forget very quickly" of the court and diet while 10 our iIss '\)n.fort in warm.eullur, : : :

JILsI.lit.tla.lq t.. Oscar lei MUstl.K Mid Senator Bill one evening what |w ID tbai supreme position. Postmaster IjeneralVflas I'lebty nl l.icjd *|>.rcail thinly troth l uttrr ;, Ljr ,
; ,
,4 :j Liar.CBy: 01 KIaa.t- ,.Ill'aYirrtt. was!I being iojapllineiflsjd ffor .Ja quickly ..became secretary of the Interiorto W just enough cbt>iiwJ| Uiat foratilth : i:
.na. fease of his party. "They are kbould l>c the lru& il..A1| j.art rJ a ,
.>fv.llsDes.11. succeed La mar, and Don M. Dickinson
JILZtiaoof.etLw.iNoticgiot appreciative .and ready to applaud became .he contents of the lurch Last! ct. Let- :
of Michigan, postmaster \Q
Ptatto., when they think It U right. ; but they general. Dickinson has kept in public ucc and cuwuuitcrs: arc ap|>ctui.garlJittoua t+

: > -W tryj 909morget public amice*," ta randwkLra. CLu(? cli >|)pcil 1 : :
{ life or in the public mind by reaJDu
sv AL'( 1- That fa and several mtltctl or'mixctl with (litlh f
.... .lairl very true, gentle of his attachment to Cleveland i nvhis jr a dramand ;
.. .. IW aIa men who beard the remark of Senator fortunes. Vila secured an elec< 1/n to waaunlnj; U an excellent tilling "

,1Nta1br&let..... .., Y latutlo..y for cither Lrt-ud or cracker namlictus..
..drib Baal the senate and hence has not fallen
; BMeftasateen
elalaelalBb ash Of cakes the picnic La lct: ha.:
1 L WtwPaasf. wU bs........ L .. Ittf away .from public view. But, asp\ matter "

: '.'i :'""..nitL &: -Wl..r.........Groft. ( of fact, the second ejection! of Cleveland J too fvT.prout protision; cookks: 0:

,.....N. JNI. 1181 hIukL.if. ..tt 'bad much to do with 1 keeping some torn:' fort inui-t U ]
\ >t.Orll'1;.., Pie.. ..IN, foe eM of his cabinet ministers before the but thri.Mici-il be little rise. Ilipe : ::

; '': t1NNtt... u lt.I.ii public. fruit U more ttbple.onleauJnioreeas- ..

....'' ._... iM Mm.suI ,. .... Who can name the members nf the ily |'rotitkil than till thcLortof a"eels
'T' f.-. "'" r : ea i \vhitli to often male the preparation a .
:-d :. a3 cabinet wh.o were appointed by President x j
Harrison, In 1889? Thin of it, "urii n.
I' The little cliliilrcn will be nranied faraabkatkabtby :
bin;; only ftl')"r'ar. since they were ap TilE 1 :
: pickingthebig lu ndu3l
pointed, and onlythrreprers.in ? they ;
+as..tlNrhht.6ttaslr :77.7N4L' low -
nil tlour in the fur auntie
:-at,,............. rs 1WL J2&,P.11'.XentU.d av.J.X.B4SOO went out of office: aDdbowmrany"i>f the or inan.na lu make pastures'u pillow of after firm piece of I
{ CJItr.n.; members of that cabinet can you i art.*? fur''the
.f t .t.. DM II they are &oi//)' drls,l. Just Ism theyare' vnr { ,
., 'L .ttM ar.d..t You may agitate your mrmotjy; l.y a little
L |;ut in A big. LJ lircught for this
'.. scratching:, bead or tapping :
; your your Inch ;
: Js)ict.It 1TINkatlo.. .1 p rt.osc and wlu'ii tukeu. Iiouic. are plaits
will realize
forehead but
F a R3i< r. .XABB Oma. o.u..nu.1'u..1 ; you IbritniathotRipl'aninkle'aa..ertion"ho ipriitkliil :Iitly t.itlt.ull.\:a anti allowed! : plait on each ;
< j > October llH. f :MKn "&I... The
M. to dry tlioioii:&itly. 1'he older boy swill r. ( t
:!f.'M that Oe loOowliir we are forgotten wlaen'"e are fOLP, sewed plain !
rpfctnlli.Jiit living hue < for.a short ;
:ray ...., sstUs*aas Ur4 aides ef als latsatloa when you try to remember the names y fulling on |
; time l Ii .iilluig1 of fir to be utlxeJ
*.ac.Iai. .la 3 ( 1 w'us*
pea Nppoof Ills *.aad of those distinguished men Ca! i you All the (
1-tBatt.s..peooftrgNsMOblot.JXtwo. with i he.lour, by und by, or to make )
I I tell .who was secretary of state, unlcrHarrison's middle "
-,1."L_ c _BUB_ u Mia_ .it aSf>waaat oroil i ha. rtZZ4ZflCR1TART administration? It was pillow Ly it.ilf.Wlu running' .

1,4ei. _.lJM."-. vis: hMP a. kst.s of Coru I \\\' ''II James G. Blaine. His secretary of war 'u' tliiw employment becomes tiresome -

J'.; ; .....0..... bar....s. ajnt tt the RICHARD THOMP- it will' make a pleasant. variety to making the |
was Redfield Procter, of Vermont who
when looked
'tlrsegwsts (..ttloa 1, wasatpMsomta.tsaft BON. follow the old fashion and I k't ull the .
'ySf.eleaat. resigned, apd waasucceedtil by Stephen outer part.la !

2?.- llO.... tae foUoviag'wnaessss 'te prove Hill w ra fllscnssing It this evening.We B. KIkins, of West Virginia. 'Hath of children w ho can "*|>eak i>live. .. Thisis the tklrt and ;

l.* ids.....-.i II ..4q......sad ..Id1'a&Aoe those gentlemen are now meinl u of the title for the patriotic 'erses. old. button it. :
reverted to the public men who bad
."':1.., ef saM...%.rk Josses W. Jsekss of Cocoas the senate. ''William lYindotnofM nll" but ver new w hen I'l'llt"atl'tl| l at the right on rash::: aide

,'f :4 '.fat......J'1&,OeefreKkBraioe, of CMOS- paned anT and been forgotten in u iota. war secretary of the treasury.and time and with the.ri :ht spirit. The :
mat generation. The question war asked. On cKvnuiou: the house mother
Oiovt..n. 'l-A.J.M&A.tla."eooo.- died suddenly while deliveriujf! one
S#' : .... ... i Who Were tie members of the cabinet n public aYlceberry of taste.
mvr ., ...-r.W SSMMAooos .$ address in New II prepared roly-jwly pudding :
< wa (
be l to the
..i'! e..n- : f A *f AbraJa.mhLlDeoJDr Not a man In ;
at home anil brought it in its Lag to the
J.IGDAt.at succeeded ex-Oor. Char .. Font ]{
:- .; 0.4star DM.au Ti ; -.' .the gathering could Game all 'of them. by r. of far below
)leak ground, where the fathvr soon
7 -. Ohio, who served until the clone of his ; lion cycling I
Jlltlel) J W William &' Seward, secretary of term.. John W. Noble/ of )MUxouri. was bad a fire started nml' he kettle boiling t j !
<.1J-Coda ratite, had so mucb to do with our foi iK-rily. The Dot pudding served with I
) > wvrt (robin) Csds Cosatv Plo I. secretary of the interior,and John Van-
-t. '-
eiga relations daring the civil war that -
rids. 'ream was a much more satisfactory
XatksilUtUr s* tke.... his name was readily'recalled Edwin amaier, of Pennsylvania, WM pout nmnterjreneral. -
.. ...... >>"'. l...1 Cttatissv Probably the most popular upper than elaborate dainties'could '
...,..lIe6Ia D....... 1L Stanton: secretary of war had hiI! member of :the Harrison cabinet was ;lease Leen.-.1mt"rlran' Kitchen The Plant Systems

f j Te XaUJ4.'-rrmnrtftt. rises rr..Msikt. BIB*.in thejKwipapers day, anJbvncDecaat Secretary of Agriculture KutJc whom : : --

X4ata.4 f.x... CksrU. .. so prominent that hU
S.B. Ji ieu- called / t I .
ale A..tomar.sad Ms.y jtflss ad slletk _mi,... pithy recalled. But Salmon I everybody Jnrry. UNERiLflFFICULDlRECTflRVCITY} !' 'h
will all remember the V Perfect'Passenger Service.Reaching
entatsnsudlatkssauM .I".naoe P. Chase, secret4ry of the treasury.wa 1:00Ilinnen +- ::1:

(j ....-',..x.Rat'dp.odlr seldom beard of in comparison with the bated "horse book" which wa i : -

Tea aN aD.i...acfcaf,.. dud te U and otbervand only.one man'present re- by Uncle Jerry.' Jlundr"llIoltoon. OFFICERS.. the' Important Points i in QeorKiat.l\! ) 7:;. -

ayyear Before tkl Coon sUsso,Dads Oooaty, railed his name. The'other members of of copies of it haze been issued authority )bYl.a-Job.n B. Keilly.AiuoMti .

e nccids...tk*....-II day ef eeea".L D. of onngrean. Wiliam IIry -Jowph A. McDonald. Ron. F. tt. 4. ,bama, ftst. Carolina, Florida, Cuba and :.
the Lincoln cabinet I were '
forgotten bl slung W. 10( Brown. E. L.
Brady KrtukT.
ISM M skew. ..., U ray ye. "1''. wky tk* until a veteran sailor reminded the Harrison Miller was \'. tor- 1Juct,, D. C.wtrove Wilier tf. Orabam.'ITY 4 Novia' Bnotia. V ...''I
aaaavastfve will s4 saM aMen Bm. Bareya uey-freneral. i Cualt-lnb.I.urtbam.

.. Yield ,..... ** 4s4aim4U.kata. P" gentlemen+ that Gideon. Welle' .wu. secretary Few today ever.think ,of Benjamin X..au.lt.-\'ouur F. Urir.Oirv .
.of the M K\fc\on; -A. ... Knowlton. :MOSt: Bien d :Eo"te1 t
.as4 wky Issten ef brat..Laid navy. Harris Brewster.. who was attorney- rsaalDEsTur \: ,-linn. F. H. Mor* _
fN....leiio..Tt dafekI.x...a adal.frsn .. Oca. Grant, was president for two> general, and the most 1TAKDI.NU'COMXtTTCI
picturesque fig- -
Oil rattle a NIQ de "IIII. 1 terms, :.and nobody in our party roulJ os< Fts.sca-Bros: n. Budge .ud McDonald.H r 4-lIT: --4.: "" -;----

u ........T W d sat. ion} tbL 1Mt '" dr kin the aaxae* of the. 'members of hi. r I> RDLr.aND' OII> ; ">CE>-Orkb m, lie-' ..- ....or- .t l : -.t;
'F" :
titlpMstta. ..L D.... cabinet. They were all great men nn-1 Donald said Brown. ,"
.. -.L R.IttTt.fl. 1 IT".h: AND ..raoTnnn-KcDOIuald. H.
k all served their with distinction .
OosstT'Cei I.L..'.. sad Ks.. ..."..... ., Z'robdsl but their names country do Dot stand forth E "o.tr..vr.ud:iA"IT..TI.-liU.I Bndgr.uN ,... Bradr and Cosgrorr.llm ,,;

1 prominently In the memory of1 meu: "AU.ua AI.DElaa Br....u.POLK PacoTa..TIOceo.lnncr.IIrvo..al" _,...1L i 1 ..
,III'In'F""i.a4s' *"' i rmaa-oan. w that a gathering-of'gentlemen 'who U" 'B AND CH"alnU-UF1IdT. Co.frorc I p4h
.eat It la$.v1l Atunnt for fvttttssier.aeef .11" tir.h.ut.C. .
have dealt with public men for many .. 44i ;
6' ENlTOk4 FSOM '&.OklD"..
SIt1M'sfll.' year could not give their namrs. linn ,8,m..el l Pow of Mntitlrvllu. Fl. V 't ,-
i xis,L 1NSb sma set pZaiuil "f1 Grant was the central figure of his own ttu!&. \VilklUH l..II..f JwkiuiirUle.. FU. I

.. etosetttlasn 1s-/,eal d. &. CoaUr administrations;. The members of his .cocoaIIlIUSC. .
i: c.d tICMe Couitf'ftrItIJa.1a.OWN tbreM abloetwhowere FlKfTDiTBUTrUiiiniiiUK! tke Eat Coast.ti"ii .-
r unfortunate were recalled .
4 C U U "p rr.Of Ja''luuvlli _
d.phdl.g, wMol.Zliobed''I1c1Ie..pIaa. but none of the others: t>*voxi, i/iKTKKT-Uou. tI.I. Oparkntan ,
UX Mai Jaaws O. Traatise...........have 01 Tampa. ""'
President Hayes had a cabinet composed
JnW less and.1I seI at yttkus aastksi tatrssjtettkseoortkoMMsVwrat
of strong men and their Damn .
Juao, )rjorid.
.....lae total Man of Mk M tw Ttfc day oiPssirtsr. were more easily recalled, brcao it. 1 III : County Jiidf, ;'.ll<*ii E. llvyxer.Jo no.
D.MBS iks baa not been so>> very long since they ? t lerk. sat i Circuit Court aud lUvopJvr oi O *d,.
.A. wit kst&f tke traIioa4aytatkeassnkaa4 t ... Qutuby. JIlII '. .
a kcal sals ..,. to were here with us JCan you name, rlwritt.-U. J. Chlllingwortb. Writ Palm i

1M 1iJgbsta caw... t.. .rd far a avtks Wtoa*. theft alb or'any,of;them. r SVJUian U. Beach.Oillector. ; 1

'e 1..duortbsd........ sew. Lyar..kda3 Etaru wait[ ieeeta21 of date; ;7o I 1 EX-SECRETARY: WILLIAM M. tv. i ir"ve. of Taz.i-T-,. J. ltarueeCoco.nut' -- -

{ 1w'.faN east sad BBSM fesfa ta treat tkt Sherman was secretary of the treasury. .ARTS. A.k.* or of Tax !i.-N. Co.l..
.c tIaa Tn..urcr.W.O..,,,,,,,. Lnitns In the West Coast Region of Florida. i.
tlgst I. eotker -= aI.Na (it) latlmvs Richard Thompson,. of Indiana. ure in the Arthur administration. lie un"ur.-G""rK' L. )leL uu.l4. Cocoanut <

... (U) ......0I.....1 nJ. tie venerable statesman who still was" a man of marked peculiarities ;n .rou'' .' ( '.
,. hits( ba t .ar C.unt, SIII.erl"lllIdeD& <-f Public Iu.trec- .
;.:E3I fj. a4., lives,m secretary of the navy. David drew, aDd his futu.ere distigu red tluiu-\\. L. litenivyrr,Japltcr.tuD THE PLANT ST '

iris ..we lot; IL Key ... postmaster general, and is by an accident; but he was a man of > Of COCXTY CbXaln10Xtia/: AMSfrl.p'LIf\1E. .

....."..WSS kwdred tytl elghtl ivett remembered chiefly because be war the superior ability..-.Ex-Senator Howe of ..Cb.lrm.W. Pill, Ltkc \\ortli. ,Ll.t; "Ui r

JIfC.. ... lest aoataern man given a cabinet: pot ,Wivconsiu, was Arthur's postman er. ,\I*\'..W.J. Hiioiir Lslutl..tL, ON usubt tul/u Gr.Bva..<..b.. Steamers Plying Between, PortTtih! a; Key1! *West andrHavans

........... ... ... Gr..' tio*Rafter the civil war. George W. general, and died.in office. He wa a DCctvded K. L. \.\"tile. Lemon t'lit.M. .

.w wfir ikW...>7toiaasrjr ..w'o. McCrary the author ell the electoral by Gen. Gresham who was lfstmuate.rgeneral 1.(..1,..., Srwall' "' 1101. ana twce'n.Mobile'.a.nd Port 'Tampa. .

..... Clerk and .Aunilvr 01 noard.-A. Quluby. .
-a.tlo. w. commission bill was secretary of war. for nearly two yt-drs, Juuo.

r; 1 'fI C LUVOXedsttc Carl &burl was secretary of'the in thenbecame, .secretary of the treasiuy. tUlSTV .t'MOOL.OALD. a w. "WRENN; 4 n. a MCFADDEN.Pass. .

M. ..J J ctAnor.grl tenor: and Gen. Chance Devins. of I dud was appointed a district julf W. I. W I 1..lDeru..J..uu.lIr. Traffic, Mau>grr. Asst Ocnl.Paaa. AgtSa.vavsi33.aix.Grsv.
: |
:. ... i t .,
)Massachusetts was attorney general.3Ir. but became of J.W .JacLwiu.Ooroaiitit Grore.J. T ,,. x
r afterwards secretary 4t'.(;tumsturk l west Palm B M-b. I i '
= ...... Evarts wu in the senate for six state 'in the second Cleveland admi Utratlon. t

Benky ghea that aa4rr sad by years, and then retired to private life. : and died in office... j I CIRCUIT COURT OF SEVENTH JUDICIAL

:. Hits* efaa moths lssss.est.r DM Ores John, Sherman baa been in the senate Frank Hatton cannot be forgotten CIRCUIT Southern r ri

,'; ,Ooart far. Das Croat noriaa" la a caawtketsta ever.since, and has twice been a presidential while any of his personal friends liv?, rimiit I EmbrariuK Jaff.. Dad John D and Broom other;ronatlc.Orlando) -ai. .. : ,, :

srasaaintywlMiimiUaL.HtfcwamUta candidate. McCrary, Key and for they will his ..
keep memory ejrn Prom*'utluK\ Aimiuer. J. D. B.IJI..O..I. i :
? ptalM. 1.d.JaapO:ti.1'nI&. 1......WA.v I Devina an dead, Carl Schnn. to. an green. But he ceased to be known !W PALL TCkM 01 Circuit Court cnrvelw.on lint *
gas. InW..W., ..l1 ....,..b3e.... editor. the C'C'tIllt"dl'to M< n general public after he .. lumrth'Monday
Seat: e TlftM u Am klvnday alter .
treat ef ...sari yaw door at Jvao,his not in .
If their
mentioned April.
same were be postmaster general. lie built up a
fae saad konrs ef sals tks Ttk *
states sa day
j thus particularly.who could recall them la DADE COVkTY coraT.I''I1DI .
1aJos.w..L D.1M1,tile s.as wta j eM Ins great newspaper Washington rijy, THE t
>\ft Hey.er
without mental effort )
.:M tatty la tks BMaUaasJalssxl east day totke great Very and died while in the editorial chair: .r..nu..BI. Atlornvy.-Jaioet T. Sander, .(

: highest ... tines Mdasr,for cask .. MMtviai few. being stricken suddenly while apparently Uurnl.
Jsscrlp < rah, estate steals la tkeCisaty President Garfield bad a strong cabinet in the prime of life. j Whiter Term. Pint Mot".' IN J.DD.rJ.
; : MI'lh.C| Tent Flrtr Monday In A|>riL Jt DRAWING} ROOM CARS DII NO
t .t TAsat sal State of>nsrkta twit: but it war, broken up after his Some of these cabinet ministers cite Kuibwcr ivrra. Fl.kl Mon
r ', Zme .eostthstt De oath, ef tasr IIIIA- death, and'a new cabinet was formed ished presidential ambitions. Chase Fall Term. 1f11 )loud.. in i>cti>oer. CARS, THOROUGHFARE: COACHES,, .

..fP'" ....,.."=d 11t'JQ.c......t... : By President jlrthnr. *Yp* might find wanted to succeed Abraham Lincoln Jit .Poeu..na.\ Pu.un."r.-K.AT Slum.-Altor W.+ 8ml A. BrleUlLAMUUUI 1a. VESTIBULED' TRAINS. '

j tyln W ..T sotEhel n tffflScnlt' tor-recall the nimes of the Lincoln made him an associate jtulfc- 'ct

bale..." .... (a) east, reatslslag forty(. member of either one of. those cab of the supreme court. Elihu U. Washbnrne. STATE OFFICERSGorervor. ; ,'.:... .

.'r k 4 '...aii,:..irtrnnrkTiinni'ssirmii. inets.* Blaine was secretary of state IDGadeJ4' Don 'Cameron Blame Bristonr, .-Ururj L. KI& hcli. .. KOKTU AMD KA r. KUKTU AJIO NIIIL ..
<: MnsrsttkansWJNMeXeeWwsalcots.L. Crawford.Camptrulkr.Wt11l.m i (
J.cltTy .. cabinet and Frelinghuyesnwaa : Hamilton rFish. Sherman and Bob Lincoln taecrvtaryo4Ntslr.-JobsL U. ISI"sb4" ; t.. :. .
; 1 .wO&'l1lor iI aa. "
A r' Ibertl a Dads 0 secretary of sate In Arthur's cab all listened to the buzzing of tin e Tr ..urcr.-l.lar iirr B CoUlus *. sa Jfe. U
AtiornrTOettcralWilliam B. Lamar. '" ;YIT.. M.
; M1, Juos I.XcCaoatl, inet.. GUI you'guessHhe names of the presidential bee; but they If'II.ho if uii. IDII\rIldlOll-\1'U/ Alt I I *l"mlrfasa
"" .ul.rfI4 ot of TraJaw Dally? }tr1.r..... D. .
;f AtteeagflrllaMtl!
fLandanlet "m N. bbeaia._ ., .. a-11 I .
l aa'U .
tsnVr.- .
.. L,
C" oml lon r of Acrleultare.! B. Wombs V
J atoe betIa.ot.! those,1 cabinets C
LL J... Iwereformed. Williams Columbus Delano. rcll.AdintautGencral.. ,
., 8ieel'j'IStM. You will probably recall the Ackerman MacVeagh : Patilek Hontton. J
; Speed or ? Le J'ekrlu. .
Voi.r lot kr vtrtaa ef aa eascstisa 1-.4 ..urYeoooelleral.-W.. ||. MUtosJr.serssss l.C.P..dl.. Slant a u L -7ar6s.fua r.a *p. 44} pnlaB) as. ,
'I' fact that Robert T. Lincoln, of What -
son of the
member of .
cabinet Lv Toi.u.r.C.AP.c..... 07 /U Kw ftoutkem .. O u1-pm 10 *_a.Lv .
) aiq ]
Cot c..r&. D8cIe Ma
&lie 08a&J.J2a. .
.eta tj Abraham cocas JCMISS.Cttief <<
Lincoln was appointed secretary also be aid of who ETHaooau booikenT
.... may many men Jnttlr. e.na' k I.CAP..I..:.. 11 2e. V am 4 lJ4J peso
Ntw oc depsalfsl j.w sn1 a UeyX weir -M. H. :Mabry.AMoelal .
tir .. of by President Oarfleldandwas filled the forum of discussion in either Junlee.-B. F LMdna. LvOolsatdsSoatWi_.. .. ftpItOpao OOsai Ckri ...4. 4WS .' pas
... ., .. .J .. : ., .. { 2 aw >gm.- Mnao *
!'R ; ""IfIW a& paWI retained In ArtburnbiDft; He.was house of congress, and then I.passed BF.laTloe.Cnmmnolrallon ArLrlotkibatk'a4... $Bsn i, BwinJUUl.Q aG.. r kI .. ....
tn oi the State uffitial IArwsah
.;'t saeetle.l.lloetisil3/nNtIUUoMrtJasS' minister to Great Britain daring away from public view. It is not.that we ttepmn Court Juitxea any ibouid be acI.r.-.J ga.ost a.1.... 112 t Hontkcni pm ......N.. .

bUaeeCscatr.:: Fl.- darts* tke legal boar ef Harrison's administration t" republics are ungrateful but that the la Tsi
r.Wi'L.ae.. ea tae Ins Xoe4ay ef J>.eta.LD. Bat; nk tftt"of the truth of the fact people are forgetful. They have not rsoit THirrurm.Dirrkicr.Embrarinit : Arll'60.'pbLPa.JL3t..., ... WAS++ >
'c4't .DIe goats b.4g eM 1Ua dsy crI ecl..b*. that:oar_teadlcg-'iaea are soon'fOl'JrOtT space in their memories for all of II'J'Nt |e ( Brvvard and Dad Cjuutie. ArBWYork.PB.B.B ...... fafsIa .. .........a..w...... ... ........ ... '...
Hon. E. N Beat'k.kcritMOTATiTE -
Dlalek. of P.lm
"' -..MtM.s u.. ten. how many can today 'give. the men who rise to the surface In r NW. n a.Tb r 'ti
"* 3s9s+ + .... g1tl.*-&. tatWHad I names of the members of Cleveland's the maelstrom of our: political! affair. : Loa PAOSC .>TV. .gk Ih. (.d .( MM Ney.- llUatly4i I :>z :,es-
fe In.H.1I Peter.of We Palm Be. r
CiIIIIdJ of *aa4 Stats ef Plod ts-wtt: cabinet: daring his first administration Moreover, the of this ,
people CrTJ
country>> -_-. a UmT,,*ha*fe. .
4srst 'AI1....De4l.ppjtO llavll J.J.aN...... ? It war oa'or about March ',-1883, are not hero worshipers. There is n ) '- ..aN".M...,..... p.II QUICK TIME TO ALLPOINTSNAMED .
h IlsWoa ..Stisasbtp aII a lbatp a CHURCH DIRECTORY.
>l.: that the first Cleveland cabinet was applnttltlt man so great in this republic but that r t
.:;t.,;. east, ta Xlaee Ooeaty. JTau asstrlbs* as two 1I4S anf '
: 1
Caaryow:: name the great men the people feel that be be t .AaWrUto. 40
Saad ll. hwdndths f sad arsN .can spire-i !+BYTERUC THOBCH AND kEAltlo pa
alae ( Jat1q PR L. AzkMW. Co.Ti.... 2 ID .. i e l
'-',' .!etec.rk.a pl Is -'r... 1neAitl1tat old theUo tirsatyndaeWOBTBT. Cleveland In guiding the ship of state country, law office: or the businetkcircle a..|o Ilerrkr.sr.ryn.ud.yat10 a a. saa.d.4 4C.i....,..U.. .sa .; ;
and) p. m. SutMtay MKW>| e a. a. privet .
t>-,(II)iii..%-......., irt ;> They were*!! mea.of superior ability. some man U good or better mar turning W..Un .... t.. m .l......"' tiiar.ktcwlluft ii'M
"' t _.'l llg-r! '''' .. .1 Cam'H be possible that they have been be. expected to arise and take his plar ..rontu.. open all day ...l e......*.. For fun information, apply .to any Agent.of this great Railway! 1
denr '
... "Itline .rial. nrrnt.hedfa "
... r > Ihat Dade ."'-. forgotten' In so shorA* apace of time:? Our people are loyal to their friend... Stranger, wmklnr Men' and when| ... r System, or its'connections.V ; : ; ;

..'. 8W s-1 If t. .. r Ttomaw*!) BaytM was secretary of and follow their political leaders with will fiwl bcr a t.<>. f..n.a.1e a4o*U>,,-* dtbctr I
... .... die : Rate:: ,.l.-.U Ml.'aod IrUnrr kour. Erentblnflrr Kvviy W.a ouu J. I. ouu' 'w. .L iu&r S. '
prKat wonderful
: .. idelity. Yet they netr Let one "e"" ... Br?. B. .elt.t., Itulwi. HABDWIOI._ :
.Y would have remained there for Oealsperltudj.t BTasaew. Ow. Ptea. Aga.s.V ls.t. .P.ad. .. '
,bat the come'enamored' of public men but constantly Lgh, t
: "t Ax.3telNet.7gEfi. .rrnoDiir cacitru Borra.-Bi aTa. Wsragla.D.0. r- W.rts=toeI.Do c. Aatlagt.r. O. U. .: 4UHla.OaEfectfrp 0:ry :
Meond deetioa
( Cleveland, when be feel that borD'la.d >
ibsl tts/ralssT Co. .n men are re< B0> Hay X........ Tb (ollowtnc talk tint. I' .. .
;-.4-U: "dJ bs S(.W14 r aiBs*.k,.> war scat to succeed Lincoln aa minister equal" and hence they straightwai and payees ol p.bile "rvk : a....... s liy, jljLflHIPMAI' -. iNaaI7Mpt
"""vMialNif fr hAf .o to'Oreat Britalav He cold never fOJ'l'etlanD' .when they have renders the vcemMl and foartb .......,.. UoMMimt : 11odda.. _: .'
Oro1'lI' taw ant snd third Nnnday. ., 11 .. t '
-'io.- tw111tlt1ryMIG'r"'alOt. ..."' t:"""Ifoe.ta; ,againhave gone to the senate. Dea- tad been paid for troth public service .""tlO P. a.. Caller.for Ink 8ft..,. a.Pa.- .' -' : +..I41bJfV1LL&I'LA.' ...t c':;+ar. .r t.

-.F: ;t.........,.............isa.1..111dd*.. tel Manning war secretary of the treasury aa the people.desire of them.' tor-dJrr a.Coeoanut tiro*,n. W v.he. HOT. 8th; '1896.. .. : r.. ,

,--c.- .......,.....PC..W h.....fII .. and died white la office t from oven SMITH D. FRT.limburger .. i Bolus. Puts.Ei F ,. -' '" 7f---;' ..

} }!,..-.......-,..--.-.t "I. -- .t, .. yt ..1.. .7J' '..J work. His'soccHebr; Pant bald went I P1aCOPALCIIUYCH-I..reierwtllkh.kl I .., p
': .,':[t .........II, -.. Jos LW. W law I .1'P', 8In04..Ia at K..I in ii'. 1 ?. ,.,
;:: .pr: : ""t\ --.;...... ..:e;Co CInI.LM......) baa i.t.'tM' '"obscurity of private life, and cheer t by may other name tiHala.,at m:.).. L.rfBBtfUrd lime,..... Subscribe for THB !SMETBOPOLIS 'aAd'get's'BonYenir' Silk'' ''

> ,J. f /;'.y. _., ...-u..c'rnel.. beta entirely forgotten by the pub>> would amen aa vi j eet. >i 740 p. M.ala.Bucsa Vl U ...**.>. .. .i

.,,; : ...,...... lic. ,8 utor Garsad 01 Arh"w.ODe .! -- The pykUc. ars cordially tavitrd to a..lI4. Handkerchief free; .
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.... D. I i .1I.Ir\jJ Kii: l.ind in a\, tall;iii Kir" ...;.. I A fiirbHi. 1ml ..' (..Isis.. ,

W. MERRITT', IIIPEBTINKNT. (. TilKK.: I and .jM-KsiLU; Km.in.l. 1 il < j>unl''! .In"iuirifu all.y nf i>iii--ti nli! ni:> : : I ...FL RIDA...
Contractor 1..1 1w.itinn >would r.nU: itch n ]MT it i IIM-I| in 4-.ni,> in bas d'u I'u-iii ai- -
:. 'e. riutiI ii-t drriddK daitfiJuux. Tlu I Ci., luaUiIli4.in K-... ..iV4-4-. |<,tilil4- I...aIiaa.in: : \
Ho Pokoa FUI-at the Ambaaviadora East Coast RaihrayrolULT.
:: livli | .\' ,.> l,;
I, of the Powen. I $ national aoprt. nfjl: !I... r i '*-. r.... -4iiir-'t\xi Illli.' 1.Y-olh. ;i i-i.fl'rc-: -.

1 .ec Builder.. I. ) lisle j,,"nll1.; ,-10.. St. .11,III; 'IMrtie.;! .. nn....' :II1h' I Inmini i.iliii.ili.f. I I'I, TUB

lartdratally ,11.; C'alU Thi-nt I Jar. and ; ire! .lM ui MiU-r en t ra't Mifmiiali| | it ..t km. 111..1.i ulmli. iiiiu*.. I'li: ,:'l": lior AiiKrii'tin. V

f' Give us a chance H4t,. Th.T !....! He* KlralcM-A Wild I.1 r"- .t 1iptr| nllia., ...... IJ-M' 'tr: .' ..ul.1 I Lr'.1 i In- ..,.}....>... I.. ,- | .. JtrLsonulIr, .SL .U astiBf i bdiu'Uiur K. \

.._u... MrbrMf T... 1'rl.r. I Ureat: lirilain. the t'nillaly. l .1 ;!I..Ia -. .II..' to (put tin'lu.ill.r I.. it t.,1 luii; *.. : l -_ .

$ to lijjtjre on .four'' .f Maplr*' lir..... I I It 1 U'li.I; .,.> flIP ; fl..- \n.:. .i. a 4lisi, lllulrlH. .',... l>\4il mi :i !.. i Time Table in ,Effect June _z5 1Sc)6.

,= 4; building. 1..1.. "ol.Ial, ren1 wllli ..If.! ., r t -.. -. -
: deal, f < 71 4alilil nil :11I.1) our lift.'il \\ ||llt| Ijlili-il: -- -

e Refer (Bpvclal -tti-r.l thelade. of the iiniul.ir i j- r!. jih.alii" la tit!f law :hull J hr .al..I..r "il hi I:. il i !s rniu'a SOUTH BOUND. _.

BUdgr toj'and Mrs Julia l >, Tuttlr. .F.\. T. llapitr| itn trrrililx Im!:ii- frnlurr.. > > assist *triuK| f ....'. II !. iii. illi'*.. In ":1\ 'lliit' ill ..r tin* Irl | ( rpATIuNi No. Sol.N- sr 'NuItl.
Bank of IliM-a .
T i. Kay ) flat situation At (%'si taotiuiil.lr i i.; .n1without I.y Mill- in lli.li.u .- '_ 1'rp1"an. a. to-r". Hilling', ii ,..lint;. i-li. .. Mrli- :' I ; ... ---__ at.., J ia7' :1NLrJaa -- : ..
-- Jla 'IIII..i..1o' "i.I... Aflt-r tin U tin j.iint; .1.. ..hl! .' fi-niii HM- l 1'iiclr .k.'urllk. Ile u3ub .. i
sip| n ; li i-iniis' I M.:: liniirs is-frrai i
| AIM ""ICUo'II... .11.11. in : _
f THE PEACOCK INN Mu--Kiilnian I fjnntiihad. nniiiKrnlS.OUit llu- ritriif nf tin' ups| ( ....*.. -I 1. 11 ni i tlii-j 4Tiliiiill I; "_ Inliill. s iTjri-J from; I.' "'',. Ali ".asaa' li. n. .,. 55), .

Clirinlian' in t-old |1,1..1) | nn.l i., ,,." ;.uul Hi. "u-i-ii,'' ,t II f :\1: I Iit I'|, tin* AIIII-I.if i I'.iu. i-inii"" .. 1 l.v .... H.Ulk-.'- II'... ut -. -' ,

'ONBISCAYNE r.ma..1| Arty ('hri..a illi akNlliilr. .s11111. 1'Ii. ald \1'.1.11.. ..r... M _.1.. .
LOCATED 111 \\.11.
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nliU-h .1 I rarnlal \.lutiiutlljr f 4irllkHl.I'roiiliil j! l.' I'.Uika Ni ..1. \
to the} nnil fi roin I.11 t t In- \ii-i-iii-i all l l i it .
c..r..t u i ii i: I'IU"IIIII"" ; 111111.... ih i ioe I.Irni Ar frail MnU-o tuuyNi ...
i ral.i.lh
: BAY Mitraiu-r. the. rrprr-M'iitttliii of 'tin' ... ', liiiiiiitr of |nilli, ,1'/...t..j; I ; I : T M... M....... ... IW Ul ., "t. .. .... .. .
iii .'...1.'.. of I IIM.
fix I IVrlin: trf IXIXMT "Iiii-al: ll'-ll- '.1..1".1"' | .."t) of 11,4in i if' 11,1" Ii .* Cnsnl.| :an }: I., "r..'... ,. !.' .* p at _. :::;:: ?
+F" Five mike .", th of Miami ai in. Ku,ir. lii-rinuuy. Fian.v.u..ti I iaIluugaryaud IHul'I' ... : I'r.u.. I lln' fi>i ill..hi.-.. fur .li"I"'II"s. j : Lr 1.1...... I 117.. s..i.: ._., ..".
li'ilimi i. f.inillitlfl "trlilrs. !Is
Tbc 4.k.t and largiwt IN 41 "ills JI> I-IIH' i IN.Ilnl.inn| iii sn.srIs.a;'a I I.T I'-rt 1>'.nii' 1 III =, ... .... .. .....;;. .. ..
< : llnh in.i.t..l! .i... .. n itili .| >:|"ili' :-i- ) c ,J"i. Lraewaylr. 1 M p to ..., .. ... .. .: .. .. .
1 ,011 1b. Bar. H*..lquartre I I lh*>rt ii>rU in""'>tipktii.. >ii.f l lI Ihr m.rl". i'i'a.rh'nai; .i.d j i..j., iif :.Tu \-i-l- .IllllIN in Mliilllltl; | l Illlll II..' :l:'r 11)1) I. I I Iwliirli I.T llt'l.,tll.. 7 r.1.. las ...... ?.. ... ..., .... ,
for the Boss)D. Bay YachtCluU. to& | | i< ii i ii cllli.1| ; | aa-dru'' .'ti tinil tuiul.ii .. ; I I., I'IM-.MI 1:11.: f3X4p .r .... ........ .. .. .
f I The sultan R'Rll'lilUll" ith th.o.lr rrIrk lri" l,'n t-::,u u tin rt "ill '. i t', L L.i .. I.Bmkkdr.b'I.. 1 : la ....: _,. ,; ... ..
it. ; iii.uiv I.., i-iil dull Ihr a i"i' up I.. Can: iiallkr 4 (M |. .. .'. ..... .,..._
.DID Seta Luiek Cmeetiu With lUml I..ai-c'a i"'r a 'f; ill 'j' i ill' ; nliirli I'.Hi hliil' sr'.rsl I .in sna.,1d lo 21An I \ ... Urn-Miri,*, 4 M bVfp .. ..... ..... ... ..
., h.it"li d. nn.T! >nsi'i nl;'| on I',. 1 1' I.i. I : Lr ... of fI..-. r'"lit' of : '. : t' I ., 4M-b..llaU. 4 67 1.11I _.: ... ".. .......
7 Rats, flan Per Day and Upward. j.:1. 17 UI iii.inry| : into I In- 'Raoul'sIr: | : : : ; LVYahlrirrre. a.pa ..-i .10. .J

H-'ial lUtra by UM W..t.i not |1'a.d.ilt, ;i I I.Ili.it: i it Mill I at; t I .1 I 11.1'"J,,,'\ !' r, ri '" uI 1 rl I''; ,I ..,'..,'... ." I l I 1.11.., ,. 6 CD 6 Ida .... ..
!11I11..li..I.( )i I ,HI,. :til f.lfl\ ofOHIltlv It : 1 J.i-....... ,, t1 |> ... .?.. 6 Sla .._,.
| an s! t .. .
naY is IIII/.1 is lire r"'h"' Ltw.Juplter TSO .. .. :. a toe ._
i ; CHAS.. mm( 4 SON Pr rirllr 'I'IM'I"U': tu1rr. 1tld' : .1 t -all ub.liaLlt.rlt,1NnI I ;i"l:! liiti-niriil : 11oi..ahWII.| ?: .1. i .r MiTtoia.. 7 Upa a .. .? .. .. .... ..
rf Ilu'M.e ..1..1.1.1 W ..1.. IXMrb IS t', pin. ... 1 :M. .... ..
l .. I 11.11:111.I J ->; Suini.ii.l> I lnj_ I.a''I'.< .. IJntun .... tp ra .... II Ma ......
COOOANUT GROVE, FLA. '::1',, .lu. ..I :" 11. I ::ii..'.; Ui-l-li. I.;4t. di n.-i, I-:",; Si .iii h.I'll N La.ed..I.. 0 A p III .. .. 16 p ...."
1 ., I..'won CIII. .e :III p .. .. :a Oa p .. ..
a'l nr13 tall I U- rMr. 1.1.1.& ? 1 1i Ma111roj.tITajr.lu'I: ult.. ; I'II's II.' II. ;.i'i\: iii; ,inn.us, : jj I MUml........ II' 311 P w .... :a aS p .... ..

{ J t 11i11, 11.11., Ii'.a'a. ri j.. .1,., ; h" '. 114 In-li.: ::." iit. Ain.-iii.-.ii.:. :>. :.. 'ini.,.,i' NORTH BOUND. '"

.- oil I'll! ti-ll'l* ..... Ml. I. lll.t-| .> 1 1N I II. .-.I'il. Or (I.i; niiMl.-r ;.a..:> ..a'.. i i..iini _Ao. ._. ....h.. _N... ."It..J
:k. The Scotchmen i : Its. I'oniiiiciiv, .....1 ;il...iiilll ..inji.li I i j.I'ailiiilu-: .s.wh, as.hi.su.. n. -.ail f.ir- I ItT,\TillS". 7a. U. 111". 74; i

,:: 1 l\. '..1; itt.. i p.'i'| |i- la'viillimits c.\ ,.1111|] | lljn I.'- < ii--n'r-. luii our. :.".1) all I: .m.iii iaUiulic .") IIi hi I. .. $(JMa m ..., 4 Id ...
of eiuhiiiituv I |......... ':11' 6 HI a Hi ...... 0 $1. .." .
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Tbree U U LaudeMali S.1aw 7z4a .
are Ibetneo fur you to iut.rTiew.j j jTHBY Ii; aillt inir.iii.l| !', Id.li ,.- .-.I".f.1 LlHlOM. ._ .. :.<:min ... :wI. ..,. a
7.aa .... ., II. IN .... r
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> j \ .\ ->>iiii.iii; aiin> 'In ..i": .( 1..i..I.\ W. Juplur. II.; IMMa ..i |. .... .
-REPAIR_ .. .1'1.1.| | .lo I In- rat: in.i tl.,- '. .all. -IIIP.-II' I T Jcoacu.. a III .... .. 7 .1. .....
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of tin' \\\r in .\ frii.ii a I.. it.I, ifi, .; .
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Guns i fort "!eree. 1 4Ua n ...,. r *. !. ....
: "luie.Knis.| and I hi. r;'..,. ..i.i. ul' Ir : 1ikr..U. HUM a .. .. .. ,. .... ....
l Ire, iiirelliil\ In .-aLr i ', ....... 11 44 InII .. .. ......a.
Bicycles I :11: .. .. ... ..
Miriiwurii.. ZJ at "
.. tl tlf 1ai: 1"'lil..1; ; \1 y'.inis ..i. 'j ii I". : E.. .,.11..,. .. II a.. m .. .. . ...
Sewing Machines THE Sl'LTAS OP TI'UKKY .'tYY'ita. .1 lir.i\\. 'iiul.'inuil 1 s. I' It ..111'j j .,...11I....... It'l.. ):1.. p L .... . .. ...
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\ I Cucoa !>w ? us I
/ ,Locks quest. .1'1.i| | inUxl a rumnti" :'ou.r.;'nMttinfr a gu.IlanhY'Ilalt: li.v:! vi"lo .!.1.tlll( < 11.1, Tltu.rllk. 1* ""l> p .... ... ,

I of MHIM of the roi>..l notoruuioJi.- f\li-i..l its Ji-rrit.irial j%.. ir'!v i i. j & New MuiTrua 1... P . .
ItJ" t i fort Or.UK 1:1.: .. ..
1 Anything, haiuiiMtlun faiiali-.. and llit-> .-..iinu'i .-: lln* CaYIi; ':iron't.- IliiiiiiPt; iM / : 11.'........ aT a u .... .. .. .. .: .--
I i >n iu iui iiuTt.lil'ltlK. >rt "I"| "> of the. treat.)',. its incn'liiHvfjirlher ..1.1 t'at',..I""d'l I : Orbioud. :rL.. Y i a .. .. .. ... ..
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Everything.ill Y.Isit. :. -
-::f ... link'. liU-J a nrt oii.'iiliiifr; IMi :i.-.-.-lii-iteil: l i.\ .th ..;....Ii".. Cut Mateo.z'.u 4 W a5 p. ... .-...

. Work Gumteed First-Cltss lo ill i Turl. sh'mnhof' omli.iu. aifl ..,I.fi.- that Ir-forttYratilit'lli.iri; it "!"'ICI.I u. *nau" aM )I..r.4. < sit p e .. ... .. .. .

l ;' : :\atl'Ili..ialtu> .. \\ai Ilirns 'nt tofiios! \ aa'itrlhearsuliunuf. Hi.- .'/:11 ,,f l.'nV'" r h I..1.......?. 4 al p a '.' . ..
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Respects. Thai iiH-rinl .
I1. 'J OVTX.. which, in aiMition to 11M'| aft! | IMr'nllri\ :aldi'lay. I r .
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' !j i d$on of Ihr.c."mm".i.'n..lain..11| h.* sjaxe hi< iiR--nt. :, ,,., .'... .H- .,. hLAN M Aotu rula.e.tlDe 5 6 I'Wp|> M m 71s.a. ? .... ..'

.' GIVE THEM A TRIAL ;' insinuation that the aml..; < ?3IIur.7had' menl h':,+ jail 1.i :."..I it tliln.. fi'iti I .. .. 6 35 |> I15. .... .... .... -'

lf SrU to Brad)"'a Wareb4>ae.Avruuf Ii. i'I infornMtl their co )I i.III I. lit., : t iT t4TAiv A. &. W; BRANCH-
fa'dtnl truthful ... of tl ".ini.* anal 1:1I".il. Thtire f he
to gibe : >
j a l H'll < i II|:;H. : --- -
'. -- !!: unfortunate; affair. Tlw half J..7. ui cIall.ilj'iits lias I Ir,t'Ia Hin.. ..1, I.\. t'iijjtni ."' I NORTHBOUND-'

1'" :S dipJ L1.itatIiii" ...m'i.tllj; ign.:lli "aYla.. L:st.- l -\Iiil';,'..li..fi of l.'u. .:.. 1ib, ; "''' / -.- 3I ; I i -8TAT10XH.: No. 8. +|\... 4 t So. I .'

i liar, at c.......' .mn1..1 l l. fvv'iii .i' ai-il tu-\. .,:""iteiiiite| in I"!>i> I"'H >i. Y.f |1111 I ) I N*.. "'''J'''. (1a ..I 4 :).>/i_. .u t
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w. M.nuf.tnre .u note< ilh tarh! llwr. -nml its1Iiha| 1 tieiatiii; !| '* in :a \\ :tr :I'tiirvilife I '-vMn---,. Lake HrU-D.. US" ml.4 ."vt .

kla.I..aol.Un'" In&.. hilt \>n !ltlt-a.uesrpait: | ''' tli \ m empire, tinnrit'K' ,if "I I In r4nunp '. I. .'1&,.,, I2 a0a aI, 3sy1: ....." J.
''. I'njr 'u 1" 3'iII..I.-e.
v Il I I ciira.J ..I tr lift rest tir.!". M, n\ VI.. ...t.ire Ittliau fte" t!'-e aril,{ 'r.t.. it 1 SOUTHBOUND't1 !. : "

= the Ixadsnf tliefuifiilioflnvyal I I'ilin.Luihlii for ;:e\ eral- Jl'lieritinil' 11| l lt ,.' nl"'r. l.djIla'I .; --- -.--

: Cypress i *?. \' "' ''.'3. lloi.if: a 11.1' l.iri i. at.- ; of tl lie! hone (if S.-i irut' I T A TIOS". N' 1SO. I {' No.i No.Tbrf .'

.1 Firing: <>*>t hints alnHit what N In ire! New M.n7 rD. u6 p ml ,;&fa. ... ..., ...
Prior*. of NB.lr. unit 111* llrlilr. I I I ..:... .
done ** Late. llefra.. 10; D .'IOla': F
\iitli the Haiul" k! Tar
1 / KW Tanks : un" 1'irttrd; | in \\\\t.\ lij'Jil I1.! | .Vent .lftrajreiiHnt OranK (.:U,.. a .Ip t11 t2.1... .._,- .

; ft. e and the Ijtrst Austriarith tumor Winp the tU'it cur' "niiai.x'ant of' ofie1or. lniiiiaiiin .1 I, piiniv I I SAFETY : COMFORT i (. -Jmw.--:.:-aufoI1'-- -. .... ..

I I, of :Naples. ,a nd J.. ir to UK'' llaliati, Time T....*. show .... llu>r. at wtiUh.
Franro, \\ill insist upon| tl..- :,I..Jlt.tU l: : throiit' lo I'rinivss lleleneof 101l1..t'. t Mm1*! < 'i,ill;H"'"i".Sfrriii*. A'o T "' 1 I .'0. maybe r>p*. Ur
', G. I. DAVIS A SOl > ofSiilinnUlulIlaiuhl.I. .\ It ii'n-r I' -IMlrtis I .. .; .. ..ia the recent .laU...... but tlirir .m,., nr
TinpVrl i in runl.n. .I| ( Ibi ( ; ... .
"U'" at tar lime .1.1. l n I lu.r..1ftd.
to the 4Tct; that tli i'Tmkii'l
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I'alalka.: Fla.y lemrnt.JiMh.. although \\..aV in liunibrr. Comanche. ( DeW ), t Algonqniir, t Jurrlhe autr .delay.Jo&nJ..1d or auy i'un.Itmrlf....rr..ordble.... ..bllli
] | Write for C.I.I.C11e. t n- -:'- I'JBEi : ..",( J. U. KHAXLK.TheFlorWaCentral. .
Is I rOil? in n.tlurner'. trill rr"j i.ft I |
s. .h.I"'DI tiea'l P..seulrr ApDL
the ..li.*ii. 'uI-Mmn.' I thehirli' icfi":a.u" Sremner nrr *|>|M>iiiinl l E". KISi: "' ,-1. MIL '

:: : ofti.-rr of th.' M.>iit.111-,'Fl.i tvalliui; .' .. '
nouDrr the kiilfaa iii,an>' and; ;".1..1'. ,. |T.'III rii.il.--.i..n. S 4'M: .
Fur lanur..1 .."iltu' araC1)de. 1Jut. >n-li. .-ul :
il View Housei the. thnDrt.tc aU IlothUlrerTamurl "
are inlf" tiliC'. but it i i.. more titan! 'it r-:? j t ,
,.4. tittI !1a..ni4.r. ale .|>1.,1 i ut4-il I.i t nil from; Pier _"a
.J.mloaful: | that anything will come of err l1I' -ANDPENINSULAR- .
{ | them. a 1 li>r J.I-LM> lilt-. MH.. (lalliuK! at ('lmtlr'L'|
R. R
A First-Class Family; ,
>: Tfc. nrittoh ..... U FuItM.j CLYDE'S ST.

.' ; Boarding House j The. missing of ..OIUnn..niane. atConatantisldr .
-- DE I Line Between Florida ind all
j the Turk II ..., ......leas .
1 Table. $'!UIy; iiiJ i Market with the Beet of the :.attributes to the strain.; f.I".f mlll. aI 1 .".!.\(, /;:///.', /'.">ittti. Siiifi.rJ, \ '1 lortliert Points > \

I iartlal1l Ihf
Lam \niu-ninn rmilutioni wl.n.\ I S rat .. 138 miles between Bafannah aDd

J 1 Opposite llou-l MUml. t ann....I With r. olrs and ilyn.inile The. KUcanior tr..n Jackaontille.NewRooteJoCinciDoad.

t IRS. M. I. SP1TLER, Prop. j j bomlm. took |msMi 3' :
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HTan latrktin the 27th of Aiifi'l.Ci'l lc'd CAPTAIN -' e
Got SH-nm-ifa Miami. Florida i I 11O. \fh
:i the |K>|"Moffire rs on duty aiul h. Id fluebuihliu"
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; +. for .rilur hiiiint aj.'::in'-l thr tern i i" a \I" oral rigid df i.. i II'h imI a 1yr'intrd| | 1
,..-..,..-. JH..LMIIM Ill.--- .. .... .. . .. .
FORDYNAMITE--::. 1 TurkUh hol|i.-rH. Tb+ I.artiaijnlat.| iiij I I"" ,.IauaY", .1hr' lrnrt: '. ,. !.. is rn"' I"..,url..II\.r.l. .. .. .. .. ) 1 Ashftillt, Hit Sftiitsml [iiuiIl :
j thi unique raid agrreiAl-rid: <-n.i..:ii- }'.''lei'. of :1..... fi".I il I ii.ii-1 oi. Lr'u +

I i trod of liir lice+ l-Hiip.opnn il.in. uiTcaent ru/| 47111; 4-.MHI- ;iyi.ir| or .a .i;-
out of 1f11''! ('011111 ni. 'The i it fmi.ii>.d pu1IMC1. of 'AI. lis't' :1 i ai.1r. \1 us.:' I .
:1 i..i.I.. ... .. .... . ,: Jackaoot. to (judo.Usu
lr4re k Zepeea
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; Safety Fuse "" .. ..w",*. inaddrin-d I liy rr):t'iuu<- fanati- Car: i il v. :r iij\.!-l< il lli.'il Infu.iirr .." i\ ij i! II. .. .. ,. I.. ,'. _*. Yil" 6W .... .

tram, then liecnn a rail on 11.! .. tn'riioiulalir.ii. ; [ .,,"c .. Mvi,!. aaas"-bl.. ..r "., '.. ; u. ... :. .. . P.
) .. ., r" I.., .. -.. (j... .. .. .. .>' ) : : Savao.ah, U, Ga. eoIlIIAb. '
t Am..Jlian | and "lall"I..1' I f.ri sr of hat!!. I... .11..1 U.p Ir I I.al.., \ I .. !. : :.., ; .. uhiDCtoD Baltimore .
1 : Explosive Caps I I7w-fl. womrn and<< rbil'lnn.iih. li;., ,1 li.l; I 1.4 Ii...!. s. ill.I f.\<-r iiiini: hr..s Aiiili' .."':3'11' .. .. .. .. .. .. .:-. <*<
.J .. Philadelphia New t.
v -.'. t ui .. : 1
nati'-tion of the ciiil :1II.I.ililcr.\ :iuthorilit'S .I..j. d snr'f. lhit; .t. a IIrsr: i i.1"'C'f" .. I'< ; .$.. I Boston aDd tile/' .
until lliy..rriirnanili.i: ..,od|. il .' ,. .. f ,
i IK ta> a .t'Hiiii'lx.! "a 11'."(1 : sI I ;; ; East /.

Electric ExplodersC. put an end to I lie cau'iivdl i f.liliMnl! l.v;. nhle'iht" : i..:il I.. .- stil. '1:1., .1111 (:rurrrl 1"f'r!_ unit : tklr'/, ,. ..e 'In. IUI'IIIL' Maces. Aura CbattatNla.

dispatching an rni|.halic joint imte tor ..., a ". lll.l*4 *, llf l.llll'-l 1.1. ..It.. :11..1 :a "" -:---- --: : .b\'lll, UNiiiTllw.CliM-lwlMU..11 au4 chiragit.t .
erett. HiriulBgbtiu., 8prroa.. Mem.
J. A. It CUE:. BurrT. UNO- L \! .
'I.I//IHI"1. liair | ,unit rr'n l..tuN' .. Ltltto... k.. ..a.... City, 8*. Lou,. t.ioa-
I ag-- :; : .. I.il.I I.au: 611uslrsr'liii:: ;...10. ',1". j. jti kM :\ ; : f Sioux City.klrerjuurtu.s. !
Peaaarola'Mublle, New Or-
Q. EOER T. M.. A. J
"iliiii.i-lv'. lall/* n..l :":.1.. r l.n-l.l :'h.1 l... .' :5ll'lHII\u ..,,1. ... Texas Mczk-v, CalUoraU. tb. 'ad-.
C. SMITH 1 I". it i "nii' a r.il.liri.ill" II. A \' illirrll1 LKaI.n 1 C .
1 '. ... : I WM. F. 'CLYI) & EFFECTIVE FEB. 23, 1800> ; .
,l dilate AjfU Aetna Powder Co. I fsnnt I.a..l'n'T .111.1. 1 .., i i1 Ind it I
& New. Turk > K k. .
1. : IluallnxatrrIi. I'ily ;a.- YUKK LIMITU O. Tc at. AOa--
i JA XSON\'ILLE.FLA *. Hi li little; Iliili" 4-4 'in 't f.' lilt Ii I\. h l.boa.. ..... lkarn Jark'ille 11.. r.

: i ii.j'. I.t vlu'r: l Ialaa.Ii ll.ilv. in d.11:11'Ii with Tbrouia fulloau .a......,* tor
j 2I.ug.2Nnm.tai '. r..tt, !<"f uu ". Coluaiblay Waaaluytuu. r
II l it tin- 4ii /l| i-i.-ili.ni of I"IIJ] II' 'lii 'Geofp'ia Southern \ ". Pbtlalelpbla. -N*.., fork. -llwtoa.
{ .- ii'iij-lil! |I.H"* ut id',.1: niliaiii i".: .\1. all Es.Wru:: .....1t1Jl. 'A"".. JMk.uayUM .
Itauu'h; : It ml I IK. Auiu.Ui 7.lp. r. :.
| flu -iiiiiiliv 'da-i nl !
< It : i : lI a
%1r V.sa Mn. A'-O Kil-mkM aa. J8, lea.
i THE J.OHNSON'LA, COMPANYUtafer lion 1"{ -,... .r.). It- lii'lilil; t/'r'tt. t'lh "z\ River' i -. >ouTUUS.Ua. ui Q\lj 'ronn*< clou l*.r<. w.

r r li.it .,,1) al! r,.;,.c .1. Cki: ... v i..in' i a Suwanee AU.I."'UIM.. Brui 1 .- ......."ck lot...y..l.Laden.ball' itortlieru. pueioaruiinliu '.

I loElee .lirrin; .il f'I"| II n.,iiUh.'in ; :i ul i it. \ -
t Ilanllrrbaial 4-i.iilln-t", II". |II ID, ;c..11: \ Tlmo rTaTolo \ lln* tbrouah the bcanUfut kill country '
.Jlniitl riorlda, PcuMcuU. sad KwaaibU:
|10'if. 4-1 ;nn| |4i "., Ilil.llli".1. 1J.II' .a ass'. ,. rave.jMk..ouTill0 ... .. .. lor ..cUr,
trial and lladuoer}' Su"Ii)Iies. s,-u'r foiuiil; Il.airt.pe/1'| :. 'w. SOUTHBOUND_ -- .. U.k. M.......... ilooUrrlio. T&IUIi....c,
.' No G N.+ 3Nt> I T '''' Juurtkm, feuun.U, Mwtolle. N. Orkuuth
tin iniiiiii--i ii\ : .trio:!11 1f.1; I,. ; .. .11.1 tlw .r"'(. M.itcw. CaltforalaC
l I 11nut.4u":-rl ,,na Si IMnt1'I lnl i1 al) 7.m f r 1 : 1 .11 14nvi.Arriii. ; .\ lb. .....'d..l.UIOIL rri.. alc|..... AalTe.
AgbtWg said Poarr 1lauta iaslsaprd... THE PRINCE OF .. .II IS .t.1. .. .. .' : _' 7711 a. at. ,
i'V. I ill lh ii"lit..
....jkrmaturrs Kewuuud Ktr.: K.ill.v. > lillii.il riii a" .-r:: P""v u :. r r ii Tw ... |.-.% -. if. : ..
the. !fultan." .\.I>ulcuc nt <"'IIII1III.II'f.a- IInr| 1"1.1.| 11.1..11.1| || | asa. : ii; nt a. i 0' 1 11 4 r I :S'V M Arrlrr <' ... f .Tf. Jl\C'hoDnU.' \ a. m. for BUrte. ,
M .Vl :7 ... :s.o, '\ '. 1 : : ( .(borne. MUcr vprliig. (kale, Ua1II..W..
IaIc-sroOaL No.la'nC Fortylh Might tiooled tnlheaiioiiitiiM-al, | of n.* Tu L h..f'I.\. ..i"'lInli,1 Repair tMiou.ana arek-HWf; 20211 Mal at i ih Mhitfwahnif! roiundt lje fcO.l lli<- ulii,-h uas iiHinti IIiIIIIYal,4d1) '".I .ra.1 ... .. & ;... .. HI .... ; ..,.k.. or..D.. .... 1----..cu. Lsde C11yePlaat .;
; 6:4' 7 HIIII . I...... ,. tarps. Arttve. J.ckwarWei:4tp. a. '
: p fleN iiiiMlinen giN| .tion to lint nl/iil. I liy Tutl'rJ. J!.' 'II,.' ; uIVilin .1 au a .u ... \ I I .

; RepilrinX of Eitrj Description.F. .& IMmrric. **\\'llat: are you /;iiitr to <(fiahout > I sn'iii'd!, ; .luh.. t I, i 1-4. : III .. % Iva.i. An r .. i.rr : ... 1 ..Ina.tl. 1.- cal.Florida tMJid VriubuUTiAlu.UwltwC. .'.* Jack .,

yj it'?"' The only nation 'tli -li I li.-f. 1'\ ill...- wai il.-..l.uiYI l iinl.4'IJii -. ii I. r lu ;, 1% A HIM1 \) .,. > oT> "+r 4lp.o boun aa la Clnclnu, Vie. Macoa Time -

BISHOP MANAOER. dolr au) thin at, all iH jnal Ciit.iiu, | ll-M lit Illli-r i hi'U'( ; ; : u1L,' :e. "JJL. .. ..\ ". '.b............. Coub.ruforN..byUle.
L .Y a x:11 r r !I.-.... \ 1T 1 1 >TilUr, chk-Bfw sisal all pwtau Bwrtfe tad
whkhhasutawlda f.mu rCnl l'i->-l u ih-- lie hail the H'.lIlnli..II.of IM-J-IV i a loll \ .
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t 11Jxl.uniulr.. FJurkiay 1 I :r. iwsr riT7.fi. M. Andre J"vk.ouTUI. .,7s.. .. -
$aeJlt-I to Dee. in ,khort ailing: ilixtaix-e of Cuntt'ii lie 'rale. a Ptunl.lr I and :i IH-.M > .;a ,.Ii. -7 I-r au r r --:-- I.arrr V \ .|t| : "' 1, Hprlni Rout. 81. Lout. Kaaiaa City I

lioplo and iiilructed its ainUissM: lull he i"fll tnliaiit' I;" astir and a fi e not II M. 1 A. Irrlvt \ .,..... -.p. l*.t. CkMHITtlU J. p. H. Tla .
5 1 'di r I St .. AlUota. Blrmlufhaw. Hottf prln.'.
Sir Philip Ciirrie, in ratify ..'it. mllan Iii INil> <.j,;..4-il. Hit ainliitiini; in tjlinnia .' :..1.1| 'iti Ul ; a II *. r r laity "\ "'. *. ttprtuf ArM. K>.... tlly. M. Lout.

When in Jacksonville that a nietitoiiiif! outrairii'iiipaiD' >>t I.. ,* ,\ ant) oilier. Turl i i-li pro' isrr.i 1 "1 r III 4 :r. If .Irtliv \,.". I ; I ..-.(o. aol..n City. .Ihroagb, tlmiwri. wllb- ..
. :1i' 0:11 .. ...ltl. to Kama* City aud 8L Ixral*. aod ..
('hri..tia.. liUhjrrtr, Nu' il
/ficirntaiive for KupUnd to. rah t xin'lrhanik'd .. on the ro.r t of the Adii.ilie. 11 I-.' 7 ... /n'
.+ ? STOP AT THE iu their ....r..lu.... Tile oiily airi.iL'e of:, .hisd-in hter to II..- I II 'lIi.II'I..ir -. i-,Of '::..:.. r, r If ? r.Arn4......<. .".I..,...,.. 49 llaU p. poiau ai.-Lui.I, Ant Jar TallekaaM JackauOTlIU. rod tU: Inter p. B.
is therefore: of inil'-h. :11" .36 m.-rot Taiapa and i Iniaraicdiata
action taken by ainlmsnadnn of I heothT ai :' I't.I a ;:1 I:..' p.

uipnalory'I.m\| era iHlheenin J.I"W i (h to hiin.N'it';' i.. to Italy.: I';:...h nifrienilly 'din a Mao NrM ..... = ..I*:.30 Pall a. .... sa. aiiMtxr*. Arrive Jaektou-

( ; of the ilefi-nne Itr thfiremluistsies "''''IM'c'I' I iM-ii-lilmr and rrlridle ...Ihu I III ... ... -M.eo., Atlaata. t.o trala* dally. LMT.
.. "' ea ::1).47:(M ,.. "
P River ft\ Hote Iii) an to lie rrndy fort l prurralTurkish the. proiHiseil; 1 niiion of fa mil'-\ h.i'I'I''I.. "'writ'. t'ulhuasi. .II..If..I tI ""I"'rto II... 1:,,;,. .aa &.eperllla all atfbt p.tralai. .

I outbreak ,,1aK-h may orrurnt' ininN-n'x'ly. |*upulnrinlrUlaalu| !! l '; li.'tC- ill.. KU.. I. M.. .-.." ....lilliin mi Tram* N,.. cod for bet Ind Towniblp Map of
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rip mil < tjx al.Ir l |per. fli4 > -., ii>.II.d l t t.. A. O. cDONNELIraTPaawuKar .
v any moment. "oV..WIM: 'IMK: :T K. .lir4--| .., Yr..... N.... J au'14. -. AceZb
iiM>mirii riilliiimi' II.."... 'k l ..|'4.r. lt...-4-u $ s. PENN .
Avenue'near I I relb... Proposed br r.m. _.. Mm Nr..la.4 Ir4irrllan.Vhy anal l liHim ulrmii. Nis'.. awt -. NJ LJn-". ewe

; Riverside Bay j While Knpland'a. a rKTeKni ri.eis. ap- "\ jlill yon i.i6a on gl/ingr lillTKlu .

A Street. : pears chiralrowH.yrt it itoeK rut amarnat 'SIIIj| lii-r ,lieu it looked ai. if a >i oils Direct Line to Fitzgerald (S j) r:
i to much. KiiKftia.: 11 high in no3Ih.'I1,,' ,, : .t c"'lnill :" J. "Zumwalt
hiun.rTlflo.n .. ...10. MtT. K ,
Nn 1- Hi)|>| r '
.. or the N.*mHoUU in tbeCitjrto t dominant factor in Tnrki'h! affair: .. .Sli is tenihlv''nfraiti of. .tlw I Jt.f. .1..11..10.1.. lr'"ily. N"i..fu.'I..r! Luke (' : : \ ..Dealer !...
poe ninit.--nrn.I.IJn'! Lifts. 1.1..1.: .
adhere with Mu rovite
; tenarily I tit
the Union Dep? .
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-- M nitrr T ani.lTi4-ki-t. m imle tu all. Fk>rl la ;
policy of (procrastination and i.iartiutyinaufrnrated An F.trhnmff I'ampllmriita.Hi E
; D. G. HALL T..P. A. :
American 1%' tot uo per day by Prince [..ohanotT.lnt.( *- V4iii in.ty l's.' enCarrl ... I In I ran .

t' t 1fate's. Earopeaui. Kooma SOc Too, f 1 I OTsky: whose recent sudden diath gore <*tir ionofiki of vuur l linjj in loi ... j.:.I. ""B""II. AtlmU' ,. <;.. tC.B. .h ockeq. air and Tinware, Spring. ..t; ;..
aJyn-d concerted action. Lord Saliw- -.\II" yon ,ijiay i).l in I I.".... I I..t 1ran i ; Bed. Beddia<<. Cook 8tov. <* and .; .

I R. Bixley & Son, bury knows perfectly well that the ne,rr (vieceire'of your 1..iuJ: .onpapf /SH-licitMig. A [ floaa Fnniiabian (J.DerallyGoods

t .1 Brat' shot /red at the defcnsm' of the aI.-IketraiT. Frey rrrs\ J. LANE, / / I deliteredat Ml mi > ,." .
the Driiish fleet
Bobphorua by would
M3-U PROPRIETORS., J tfuperlittcbtlvbt.; -27-pd ZrMOR. O1T i7LA. '

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TALK ABOUT CllifT out on'Utt aLI'NtI, at UM umtf Uot0 a cold I Mriea! of melort loglcaj H|..rjnwti} > extending ;climate In'the" worM will at once take .. j'.' ,
raw fig and :wind r.( from Ji !
strong blowing throu four cnueecntivi i )'lIra (offs'IIM and denounce the man who has .

the ocean. In that dry anmmer climate all sub proves that the climate Sun Jit'fo < the temerity at tact their (idol: I was ;I

,A Dry nature U parched and with the diaigreeablediiftmg r r} u not only exceedingly ,lamp. but Jr.I.!I...a !l orii in n oltuilry_80jU)iUIl tbe most' jforlilTliami .

Climate That is not a Dry sand ud dust aiUe<| tp 4be not hesitate U> say that it i in "iuiV .I"W118I ;j a retciieil climate of any deusly popuilaltHl / \ r .
Climate. other discomforta make 8a4 I .
t fjfcfsco' for iuvalul (Hirtion of thus continent and 'iiotI -

"t. I perhaps the.worst. specimen oif hmat..1. I r Pntfewior Marlin<*z.c>f Argenliuii H A.Us .. I Hitb tanJiug say :tffr'tiulwWr ire land dIn f .

A KOVJrrUWOVl ., Spuiled by mountaina the climate of wrote a Writ* of tery lenrniHl HII i m i i ) birth and say love for its {people, I .

ilgOi t .u cOma"CO1QA.ZD.u' .to B_ .l.m nearly all that rout and adjacent:' valleys 'I Hpauisb on tbo (climat. of .Soulben ('"Iii mint suy' Unit tb.* mau who Hays bat this .1 :' .\

'_ WITH iaao subject to exoeeaive variatioua of i forma and (conilemimi it in HM*'Mt< s,est I climate !of Caimtln ill good.is au 'iuei|>eri- WrTHE THRIVING SUBURB .

temperature- every day in summer that terms an wholly until for an iuuijlut r..- .11..1 .1,11I.leotl mortal Hull. there are ,.

AOowtoy WkJchtta. He*, u.. lea Lsvrt aM Indian corn will mature in only a few sort. I I tlonissnrls aloe say HO, ami all over our :. ,

.ss .* Warn CUIU&&. localities, and although there is'uoi aa It may I.. Haiti Hint HUH u,1 1I1I..lIt I 1'(IhiiUnl! Slatw you) can hoar from'tbe lips j / .

bard frosts aa in Luu liaba. the'weather uao the ,INarabIJil '! .
prove ) of MoiitlM'riiforuia ('ah-1 if MI t'allinl Hluiatfil |HH>|>le praiiM of ,

variable ia summer that sugar C IM\ MS au agricultural (iMintrj.ut .. 1t.1I 1 lb.. ;I-HIOIIB, iitlil, brariug ..LI..r." I .
.. ECT health is cotton tobacco rice, and many other valuable >t my puriKHie to .ilo any injiiMHoulbecn .ii> to'IIIHII I Ijiiok H( the. |N<..111"| of our northern cities FIFTY ,LOTS SOLD THE FIRST WEEK!: :. l

a bird thiDgtopoa products of temperate regions cannot Califoruii, for tbere are )' ''MixliiiiiilaltHl iu tlu cold Mtaaou that : j

M iD a climate be grown. They are confined to thecml pleamtut feature*about San 1.1.'J.U''luul"'. wbwu llny) llmw" out in Ibe early auiuuierall t
Size GOx 1 uo. Vice $50 to $100 I $10 to $20 cash and .
where moisture w of the colder countries such ts and I admit that lbs raiHiu ,crNM| ....1.... wlioran aft r.l U run away fronilbeHIIII ;

always to be foam wheat, barley and oat, and vegetable iu exteuaive IiMn soul pr.rhurw IlIIu" alai l well they tua)', for like tb* $10 per l.ljtl1 Il. Alley in rear of eadi lot// .

H : K' = atmosphere only when they can be irngkt d. Tnere dautly without irrigniMHi in ilu'"i ilrtinkaril ,.bo ban (lieeu kept aloe byMliinnbtnlM. One mile from j the'' husiness eentl'e',ofiiaHli s .

H this ddioateisiteprhigb i ia very little healing far the luuge uf the anti i4her valle>,., nU.l Hint the I'1'1" .< in |less ilien an noon H* deprited of ,- proper.

r consumptive !in such climate.It an6naleIIlMlr.! ,>irtH..).... that tli. 'tluiu., Iliirbl i ; blinilrxJ. t'biltlrtMi dice iu s East of J'uilruadloslO! ( to the Hay. Buy a f

mosintaina. k brisk ia true that Southern California isdifferent blizzard h'tliulllI-.o1 .ot thw IU
.... abowar of rain fo and that the da1 are no hotter *. Hut I'alifornian Hill ivr hinljr d.k'luraiaybutIa., from the cold of '
K wed by. bright while the nuhta are not so cold. But i ....that i I ,
IbeatiiHwpluiici-nb.hlioiiM lb
.t bill <* ""' >iling winter; and they. die aaIHMHI ,
AD.1r in* Mdpnrifyingth* atmosphere..' while there i. seldom .ut\.w or ouch ndawind. I wall'olak".cll.uhuno III MH lI.| Hliiiiulmil it '
JH IIII.h witlwlrawu. 1'.... !
with olunaU of TQ war a* i in California, in ROBBINS GRAHAM &: CHILLING WORTH
Umperature summer ,
the urt1M'ru. : the bmg raiul<' utoiitba III .IIIUIIl i II a oJ.lfi ttiblur kills bciii. but it u taut kbowu .
.. seashore, and contiguous! to UM restnous there is the bomb! plague* ,>t dustiooolinaously make it arlimate I till il \\' ,
yearn to Iq ubiini II.I l liuvalkl > et.mtw by ilo IM I rbiltlrvulrm I. .
pin woods seems to ba the ooe cli- earned by the |>M wteut, } *. > >l' Itlt.1 l tli. .. "|HMI 'nununHr contra ,inFiorula V t t .

t tnaU to I* deairfei by invalids. j Derer.vafying.aiuJ .fops the Pacific and There are mild cliinaten, b. i.i3lif. BRICK BUILDING' MIAMI. + \
; Tb I a *reUuU a I lb c or in an)) otber UiiUI! climate? BROWN'S : ,
following article from I beaten against the fences, tree and shrub- ,!I '
the abl "
peo rvaU lietwtoui Ibe rainy Nell"a r, or'ptiere \\ lib Inn 111..1':1 lo ibt p.aat.la| of Ibe. ,
of Joba A. UaedooaU,of CuouanntUruvr 1+I berg covering everytbiug.it'u th* fruit J! UkwitM; .... ... .. '- -
\ were tb i>bowr>ra tli < M "" "In 'ImintM in tbw world I Will try to -- --- -- i -- / I

nose quit axhanatively" into tbe question : iHi the treee on the aiile toward the sea..?' idr>', anal *Me i.I">iMV. MN Ink I UK *b>>* "h.uIU I>l>..-..)iir 1U) atftlou i* !N of UsJtbr. climate: and i* ut ,.. I The damp '''flIl1air tuoulena Ibis dust I i ,
worthy ca IJ.llu.- ref 1 r'urxnrlY. anti ltritil II.. I.-r tbau niaiit, isttinliiiw Ilea III&U' lair .
tal penaaaL .- while d>'iugc u.aiug it' to slick 10 ."N'.I I lVuicoi I I/Jr.
>t At.:eutiua. _lu tl' iw 11.11 drum CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.All ,
Mr. Haodooald write thing it strikes aud thu pits at A ; I .
: up JayatterJay they ba,..JrHMUIOUM, alit rainy a.'Si..., :r v i pnh..uureouthww.tern Texas '

Florida poasossta. all t6- requiremeotaof through the king and drearyeigbt iu some, twit rainy and two .|Iiuayear. >. w sis .IH MM far wadhw tbi uionl. favored |M>r- I Kinds of Stone Work. Plans: and Estimates :

a great health reaort and would setu or ten mouth of sbowerletw: mouol Slid we, tiled lu. tiM;.. .on ItJauoa N' I iuus.d .'1...i.la', anti. a few )oars ago law I Furnished) }Frce. .

to have bee. made by a Divine Providaooa : coy, till it it often an inch deep. oa the in a noil, aiuular U. tb.it of a L good |nan Antouio made a \eryHtriMit

aa the sanitarium for the greatest I. .fdocva white oo the hevilt-travelled eru I'ahforuia. ar.. fori..,U to. ibJ < ir ; shun to lUifiuv iciiraliJa to make MIAMI.Money V FLORIDA. 1-3-if-is-...... ,I

nation of tb* world. II... ii hit. jut I road it i. ufteu eight or tea Indies Jeep, I lees'1o preveul e\aN4-ali.iu t thdt' u..1 It illh.r r'* oit of Iblt onto. The-railroad .. .

oatskis th tropics: wild a regular though i, aDd the wheel of veLicl .!stir' it up to U fatal iu a dry Beanou out balf HHa .M i g .raupauits .Jtt.rliMxl. .had uew" **aUUM,t '

not atrot tf j marked cbange'ut seasons i!I plague everything to leeward. I hate that of IVIiforuia. '1'''... u Uvuncliuiatel VI r mots'." llotfU. w.re tilted up and b) Money Money !

over its I'IIlireleort.h. more iudislioot aa''i seen this dual. where it bad atvuiuulstwdamongU ) "Jo" Lyre it U taut. Nil ", IN,mnlrut rlT.irt a great utauy were iu-

we go 3< nth. until at the extreme aoutb I the .leave of a century plant in aud nature ou the l.laiMM pr.4 iuvalkla tbe '" .

sod wa fi il I ooraelrea in a climate that the'yard of a hole at Riverside, along I 1 by decreakiu tbe lIurl'", .v ''''I'| .inr 1 ''u ,......11 was aliiMwt: uniformly a failure -

partaker, ..f moat of the qualities of a irrigated OI't'bara. and certainl>' not the ',evaporation, "bile ou the I'W'Itit. tutor| 'I tbr) did I u..l foul h.. climate tbe) ttxpect-: These Bargains in Furniture.

tropical' rgi n. Enjoying all I" advaiiU worst pi toe for dust, ia such 1Il'1IIIIk'tI that I ale pr."drwes itatily l> abu dsut sal! stud UK HHiiiUiiiiuii of '1'...... was attit -. t.- .

'w'4 u ..... ., ailnatioa without ajiy I preserved a piece aiora" than two iucbtwi I supple iuoulur iu tUo to.u.r; i nos., Palmetto Wire
Fibre Matresses $2.50 Wove f
of tb -.> in thickness, packed eo bard by the daw, M UMII: AuUuiio the. ( : .
ndvantages of eoo.p Uiug the i' fog, or olb r a>|u ouii ta tord bold) u HXH1- iu aaiue latitude .
in valid lo cross salt'water to retch it-for I winds that it can be carried like a piece" of, deueed iu the atutoepbero.There MM ;II. AuKUHliuM ab.l its a beautifulroiiulM Chairs ). .Matting Window Shades, Oak V fr

I bay what in favor soft marble and can hardly, be duJiuguisbed u climate .. IIn.11 wuat M' as attractive
you can of & rsOftavCnousanda I uo iu the orltl mpt "* a. Suits and .everything in my \ -
are prevented from try- from a specimen of the dried the i interior of ,South Atnpru-a iu bu-b, town of its MZ.. an eau tae fouud iu tbeiiM. I GOe"f'OO l

., lug them ou account wf In* a** voyage mud which eeltle from the water' of the t'I the airs: drier brlwotru ...boi r. t" u' inzxmlberu '.. Tbii M tbo reaaon. TeiM la lu a i remarkahly. low prices. .

required to reach them. Rio Oraude in the reeervoir* of the waterworks Florida., '.,:.:.HH! l.ilniitlx. but ,unfi>rtuual.,ly it is i I' .:: ) ZTxaaTsolrrxIneri : : : J -r rI

Florida extend through ao many de- at Paao del Norta. There cannot U aiJ to; IM >rut v r) iHtiiiiilrtl on tu, iiortb by llut llliu. I I II

trees of "' 1....Je, thai the invalid canselect Now let me tell. you why I mention welt defined r.iuy 'or romrss) .WI nbu-b coniitvt U "l b the'breeding place I I EDWIN NELSON, ;

a elimt where be can find a dry,j thin app&hDtllnTi4J matter First, that I'of'ioua iaiu. are OOWW,." iu au. 11 :uuis of for .......1..1111 Dior am known iu the a11 \. .
1 Y:
-tf-gs Eleventh St., Avenue D Miami
near ,
cool winter air it it by close observation of uoisJl thiolhat the b<>lt* world callod-"uorlbers" "bliz- I
,as in the northern portion year, but M mirror o umiucr.Ihe ufuikllb or j I '.
we arrive at great and important z .,.114." Tb'iM. ttruatlful -
of tbe State, or m soft tropical breeze, asat sun appeals ts oou lot tbrall.uatuie ..iu t atmospheric liturbauceti .

Biscsyne Bay, or a point where any troths in all deparmenta of human re- i..* iefrvf.b<*i, ibo air Irh'l i i-te iu tbe .IruZ D plateaus at ,

temperature between these extremes cmb aarca. One of the moat important discoveries immediately and buff 14 JrirJ u. I..... Ills bivi.l of the Misdouii and rush south Fredk. S. Morse. I It JI

found, the gradations Meta iag imper-, of the geologists.was a single indistinct in tbe seaaou of moul 'n..u..nl rains --1 tab-' to take tbe pliM-e of the warm air ,rising : .

.. Otfptibly into each other from the often recnning: object in the out the aid of salt i>r sutoke.. It has .from tbe tropical rtpiona aDd swnep overNrluatkri t 'f' .

occasional light frosts at HL Aturostioeto granite rocks which bore some resemblance taken some lime lo do it;but 1 (belie e 1 Kansas and eastern Colorado :

the shads of tbe mango at Miami where. to a fottilized organism and at have given the %iuvahi .at Wbt, 111 loiut iib. tenitic violence breaking into the I I REAL ESTATE

a frees ia impowible. once they began. to inquire into j the long which will euable biut'lo prove.t>,\fi.rtb-. adder climate of Texas with but sligutly I

TIle peninsula' is broad enough to enable accepted theory that in the days when the er.inveatigatijn and lllt."rilU..uI t11M ..,. iu.". 48vtl temperature till the warm air

'the invalid to select the proper expo- material for granite and other very old ten a rainy climaU> wry be i very f. of jibe tropics abate* this destructive j Miami Dade Co. Florida.

sore to'the bealtb-fivingsea air. A deliete ,- rocks came into e.iaitDoe. no organic life. between rains while a nidi** Cli 111... energy. Tbt'l..ery air seems to. carry a I ,

invalid who cannot endure the strong existed on the earth. The discovery of may be damp mind Uaujjcrou alUm ah\,\ w..lImll li.lfli'J.lo) freezing. cold which is ,
Ibis intignificant trace of former organismled terribly destructive of life
salt breeces of the coast, can go inland s. only the I.
at once to a chain of reasoning which \1 r"IIIlIt conatitulious cau endure it. AGENT FOR LANDS OF' V J
till be finds a spot sufficiently> sheltered& ;j I consider informaliou of tbu bauf urn .

from th force of I Ibe breeze bat still at I threw a flood of light on geological iCi.e very little value if written by on, Mbo'1 Ilr'r f' a deecri(>li. u of the effects of one '
i ce and now we know that the fine marbles of lht_ stoma in Texas."HoriH'H Flori( a East Coast Railway Co.
has with
tbe sea level', where be- can breathe the no experience the vouuititw. mud ,

; sea air from either coast modified in iu are composed,uf lime bich can-only who on the first buisl of ntl&ui0t8IUj! mudaoe.gusLiugeffutiuwalaudiug come and": beep had feebly I FloriBosto( aFrederick East Coast Canal and Trans.. Co., :
be produced through the of animal tied before the bitter blast
f with ire frozen
agency ,'
passage over the forests which impart, to ; all( all and Florida
life, that graphite ia only an older arrows iiiitlwiugbt refuge in the iufre- i Atlantic Coast Laud Co.
it the healing properties of the pine the powers of eloquewe, u cliuoIht i. r a \ : : .. "
coal which can ,come into existence '|ii.nl bollowa end bOII..m... instinctively .
be and -
without depriving it of the ozone of eitner country bssjuntuiteJ, ba iug \ r 0 --- t
through the agency of plants only, and ao lin.tifliii UigHlbfr for mutual warmth T I .,
;r, see. FJoiids. five hundred miles from up to that time been pf rbap 'a rr4| cutTba
Ii with iron and other substances always up ( Mini protection. IJvery hollow was filled : & Dearborn ;
:; any mountains which could give to her uf some snow bound or luiiJ t-III real
to that time enpposcd to have belonged 10aD with; time canMMM\.\ lIaolil the; feucee.wbi.'b ,
air the deadly chill ut snow-clad peak. or region like our own Northern i t...
era when orgaci} life was impoetibleon such iuijHMleil tlu-ir flight they fell and I
ffladered sierras. I most that letters or I IM .ks, .

,-, Hers the invalid can make howe in I this planet prove, is bat Ibe wiiUrn have ttt v..r 1111..1 on twcb other, j?albere" tl l iu deuce, REAL
It bo long been argued that" rainless massraothiuntlt.rla I and tbouuanibi' where ESTATE
land where be finda spring, summer lasted the (deUtfbU: of,a milJ i-licimlw 1 la'
) climate ia of necMfciiy a dry climate and V tbe, liiwl fallen at Hat I and 'bet u buried
autumn and winter, but without the fore and the tint one tintiml, i of t .
: ''- this baa been the iu UIH. i tlrift. luibii .
urged invalid
( upon ever vy way bumlivilt of
1 mows or bl ISaJ'de., the sudden cbangea I course lbe bent in ILaworki.. .. t' nbll.l
of the spring, th. iittenae sultry heat 01 since the day. of'Hippocrates, when writers are not to ba r..li..1 IIHMI| b) Ih.. IboiiKHUtbi of |MNir, Htiiruala MI ur' inns ufIbiH : '
change of climate ia recommended to miiMt biiniblo) rliiiinli" Choice MIAMI Lois at Reasonable Prices
aconsumptive :
>: J. ,the.ummel'.orili. raine and mod of invalid. There ere a .great IUHII)' n, I I
invalid. But the tact Now lbeM .terrible ,;rhlltiUfr"'III..II.t
that <
the antumaa of .... former home. Truly climate in the world. ., for ri tl err iu-eiif H ore \ : ,

'. U ia no moudff that the Peninsula of the fine dust of all those countries oa the fourths uf.tbe people of .the earlb i b sae iMViirrcune although: shbtJymo.il I j Author!?ttl.l; cnt. for the I vale of the Kiicktll ( South SIJc)
Pacific i Coast from Uska to Patagonia li.il. rv.'ii an far noulh the mouth J V
Florida baa attracted the attention of : Deter.eeu: snow" except ui a. ,li..tIIt'; b; .,11 an i iof I. lots, theL 1"0..1 ([desirable fridcncetiltion, of Miami, \
will pack into a solid am*. and retain! it. i i.oiJilf. ', IIltt lii.t OratitlM 1&D.11l1f' skirts of t..1. \ ... 1
towieta and invalids from all part. of the the munnlaiu tola. No part of tin HI > ,,1 Also g'x like tbe sediment from the bottom norllierB wilb Momewbat "' \
civilised world and that her fame baa coulineiJuf,Alrica it i iu the ... .i"i' of almltxl fury.carp For prieue and terms aldrr- ..,
i of a a vat of muddy water positive, M | down into MexiiNi and luake tbe''i X .
spread over the whole earth for no other snow although lINt mere ,M>b>r.14 |Ice! ,- V
nature) evidence that a rlliol--chm...... ..lIIltotIlIII".1 l republic, iNinleiiiig on the FREDERICK, & DEARBORN V I
0000(17 poaetaaia any rimilarity to her in Lie at0apt4| "wn. All Honlbcmwilb / ,
' may not be 4 "dry"cue, because this fine lair of Mmiro MM far HM \'..rll ('ruz llu- '
f ber ceologiceJ, gougraphkal and topo- ,her tllXt.li, M incliuialtM. j"ill l :--tf-g Miami and Cocoanut
bard aubeUoce could uot be formed by Ihiug but H 1..llh rMiort for couauulpl lire Grove Fla. :
\, juafioal r..u.... All other ielande- or The wbenutirwutot h I
t... atrency of the air notes it was heavily "'kl.l ilb..r "Million invHbibiYiK'iintM __ n -.- ., _
! fMotneolaa of the tr<>i>icaJ or aobtropicalOtfUOtriea Aiuem, Mexico, Au lralia, Jujmn ;jjinl : ,
."., are cbkdy composed moonnJna I charged with moisfur.Finding .. the soulkufFurupe are alnswltali .Jy I IM in HIM surest HIM oftbia E LUMUF.lt:aud building Material of all kinds, Hardware Nash
I Ibie hardened dust in several n'I..1| lu"iiH niHrrb and often lbs Lauder f I and Iktorft.) .
;' : or io each dangerous pros. i free from snow, while. in our owfj r..unlliy !; -
places led me to an inquiry into the \'HI.'II'' ,bav'" in inn fur Hbeller fromIbrimmif k
j Vegetable Crates All
taatj la them,.that lliy are wholly unfit porliou of the 1'urilio al.>|1ft i.ind| : hrtlulf FOR of Kinds-e- .
alleged dryness of the air of the Pacific II... .hlll tbu mnUfcUtr of lb I
, for health rMorta. Uoantainain winter Hare aloioet free fr. .. coonlnee duiiog the dry season; and 1 : w....1. uhlontgb il bxH lr..1 lid warm
: Mad down their c-4d damp air at' night found horrors. I I .. I j I I G. F. PADDISON Gallie, Fl*. :
water of lb (
luif 1 IUIH bttuu
by many experiments although MU< l luf
, to the deli...OOUIilGt oa,u the eight of It ia only in northern end r.4sal d.ollrivtIIll| I ilTlk"0 ,, HPt'C'aall'rln'fl delivered at your station.. r l
; there it a long season of eight or ten jta situ
; aow .. net a diaUuce eeode a chill to Europe, iu our own' Northern. Hut* lunl IS-t/-If
months that i* rainless and hot, t ud even ((1'.. iMiMinlnuiHil iir late uurnber.) I I
., hi.bola. $ and ia,a perpetual reminder of ui mounlaiuoiifc coiiulii in.. Ibal |i..iib| in* : -- -- ., ,
f' at intervals a whole ear or two with notenough '
. the bottoms hyperborean regions; while rain to lay> the dost :al.&U'otik cotninouly frozen to _ilxatb, wUirn |ml V Ho For Cocoanut Grove.'I -. T. EAST 1 R., m I I(1urcarsi It
F tnoontaine which that road trains 1IDt,..", iu aixl IMMIWW .. t
are I.
the earns impart nre i 1'1. III-I l and < iimiiHMlioii* Unix bMMimbr"
; 1)nrru ... .
treea and other plants a illlivnouthruaib 'f to A t' ,)
aearrhinf ehilly dampneea to the air of covered with snow" aa. iu JbliiiiM-wile I ) .biIVnri- k wharf al ( ;.-
f= the nlleya' in winter are insurmountable this dreary drought and retain .Dc Ugb.il.lity k 4a and KiltMia or (.'IIII..I la. Tbn ser ru.lliilMiriiM-: .T)' Iliomillg 'U''It| 'f
to pa: on.vigorous eigbe of life uu :blush)) 4l H lI't'I.II'k lilr Mijini, arrittiiK '- FLORIDA AMU' WESTERN
the natorml molioaa of the only atsrutW(1t1Ull.1l.rple.sl| i MEATSA
ba i..r to the coaling of the first rams II... u | al f""l of Airline. It l al It iiYlnrk.Miami .
'- : bra in summer, and by obetructiog |IU.IKMjUX( who casuist. Ml down I ilr. i Iraviug I'm-oanul (irot at
another unmulakable evidvuc..bet: the
the air enrrenU in every direction around lb ir doorstep without .being ktlli'll\ I |lust: a. ;n. I Parr: t':. ....111. rails. wa) ,
First-dab Stock;
j .' them render the region at their bun air uolda a laig*supply of araiUblemoielure tbe surrounding .Iru N.pheti.non.Idi4 i I fill u.ak.'iwsisl l trii>'. reinriuiiir loMIMIIII at all time,. Near Hotel Miami.;
Jed and dealt Out 10 these I in Ibe. "'lIill'I"r a'I'lIlIlIu'.la-
;';:'\; insupportably hot and unLo th1. Any plants snipe, and that tue atmosphere of the 8o-there, ira.. great many inil.l. and '.'!I in liullof |'lirlie-, l vrry'rrap.eiiablrralt's. M-bfs .2.a.mt. Flartda. \

, 'y one who has lived in Italy or Caluonua climates to select from if HUM ruiiiHit b il- C;ibtMii iml "|"'ml a ila) or two at ,
u' ao-calld dry climate" really beauty with "..."hliVzanl." tu.-.. liro\i', ....:
lie flrtu lI.t.I'r..U."t.III.
F' ,. can oudenUnd the disadvantages of any lougrr | | oil.Ibe .
J ,charged with dampneM. Many of the it i better t'liiunlta than! 113)1.'II.III".t: | | tliv huu.rlikrI'ra..a : is Your
: being' bemmed in by moontaina or even it In compare ; to Now Chance III!
produdioua of these rainlese l region, owe k Inn ami err tilt ."..uu..1 ro). .
. having them on one aide with the at. on their growth entirely to the large volume make the bare Mlauimeut. llint hale pbiri a) 11'111., <.lull.I'.f| iriKiit bl .iisINaai aloe I

.. ..., the oiber. I have eeen. Fabrhenheit indicate : or that one ie nb beet au the. wi>rltl.M f .it IIIMII) sit hair inli'reMliug > iKbl in tbe t --Tu STAKT A-
olmoi6tu.. held suspended in the atmosphere "-
Jt. a temperature of 110" in tbeahadeat either a* we know, very well that lid cliinMt ofPalermo thinil) f'_ If. LEMON .1 f
\ bat: not condensed into Jew
Tnliue, Fresco or Sacramento in the is immcusely' prefrrabb lu t) Hi Launch For Sale.Tbe '
rain. In climates that actually
f'r aaouner: and ia a few boon fall to below or of SI. Petersburg. Tbat of turn An.ri>! wia err: surd foniiniMlioiiii launch, GRAPEFRUIT
i. 60, with a damp, foggy atmoeptere that dry and rainless. during ten montha of the wore agreeable than tbat of Sun Frfcti- "KillIb.i I 1C.:' |lr"lwll..III| )' a lUmler motor OR ORANGE ,
ia Much is GROVE.'
year vegetation impossible. and l built on .ailbuar iniMlrlHillrarr .
of ValladoiU in
ciaoo That
!; ;!
deadlyo A Yiseatanhis
conaamptive. change
". the Sahara and other deeerta where they ) one buiulretl Uixt-N vegetables Io order to stimulate and flq .lunatto the growing of film fruit. ia southern Brtvsni
of sixty or ....t, degrees in the tepera- have aa much rain at in Southern California I incomparably bettor than < 'ul.... ; 4 <1 IT M"'railltu.l of trright''this' last i i. r and D4tllt ..NIllli..IW Florida .:..nt TUMI lUil., sill| during the out .4
K"= tarts Ion boon ia common in all part that it U not always latitude or alutiiil"; i in goal foinlilioii : giMid roi>uiy U at W days make a rwlncttou of fifty per ceu'. iu fr.iibl rules on '

of the a*, ulled temperate cone in 'the but no moisture between rains. that makea tbe Uifffreucn. fur; we fiu.,1 l fur ,'rui'inp. For ale rbeapi Aiply{ nursery-stock over''il. hue to points altul b of Titnstille.Nov. .

fi peighboiU.,l of lofty mooataina. At How any honest and careful observer that tbe climate uf Miama, iu Flori 'Is... in to Ultru. Miami.>Fla.. )(JkllliM.MLtltol-otl; i7-lf. illlire. J. E. INGRAHAM "
', Ban FI .iaar and,other localities at or can call the climate of Southern Californiadry" always, delightful. while that of Mala-I p 1'7. 1M Laood..."..m....."...... !!IL AUIDatl.e. .'
Dear Ur Wden Gate, the excessive beat ,is beyond. my comprebewioo morel in Texas can be sc>m.tiujr uVU "i- Homesteads Open to Entry. S. J uorjO-Smo f >

fostered by id* encircling mountains Wheui tbe denes fogs roll io from tbe able though both are at sea l..vi-l, and l, iu'':I I. bate U I acre of cleared laud on Bi'raiMllay *-

Pacific: so frequently in summer, carrying almost the.same.la'ituJe. Il w { enitabldlur; trucking wbk-h :
the great v..*ys of the San Joaqnim and emL'rtthat I w ill rent for thin trnnmg s'I ...... Tern .Tioo1J: :
with them a dampness and chill to there i* ample room to eierrie. J4s- '
Sacramenkx <'wn.. .tb* hot and reified 're"mmable. 1 bin'.,also located severalI '
air to fin. ana& colder and more denaecurreot every livicg thing ;:they come in contact. creliou iu our "' '''LWu. aud tbat Uiel i'I fine trade of |land 'upen to bomeftlead: V

to roan In from the j sea, till about with, and Ism glad to find that I am sot only way to arrive at a safe ( ; .try. ou tlte Ken urfm which I am prepar- Distilled Water..) ,, Ordcrs PromptlyFilledMiami
alone in my opinion in regard to the by comparison. This placer a .1| .to locate wlllern ou nmikiuable t rojs.x ,
the middle the afternoon the temperatara clU'IOJ' GEI,. L- MiclXALD
of tbe climate of all BoothernCeliJonua. very'delioale ilnatiou, for \ Ice Co: S. N.
-- falle ao that overooate, winter glow dampness a i I 4.. County burvror, Gladwin Mang'r.'

A4 far aN worn by 'tboae who reotore General Stanley has made a of every place clainUQglo/ hilt ,1 11-7-tf CooJauat Oruve E1&; I l&uit-U\ a r, ,i'. I I' ,

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