The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00144
 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: December 11, 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: UF00076100:00144
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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A.. I.. PatterMUi." of the inn otj '' rll\\I:; Itr.-. and John Sewell .!: !'The pUiteri-r will be engaged fur ( Tile esnitarl; ordinance. Section 9. Death of Rev.Henry Dunlop

The 1iaiiii l 1eIi'opoIis.t j Brjan A: Patterson. o I .111 rs'hr4. ,.1 1 1i C.>. sill ."-.111.| \ Ilirir '. riefli\e Hew full) two a'rrkliiltyuelilllruplhrougb- pruvidee" that he y."hal shall see The Kev. Henry Dunlop, rector of

1" i Jack* .II\ilh..,wh,i hair 1ht." .'llll'Id for .. in th. Mv'lonald hiin ilding next out the building the placet "tolled! by the that .1I.h privy is provided with. our the Trinty Protestant Episcopal

jjla) ing tinewer pipes. i i.. ill the city week Htlif> //11111..1..... Urge ad\er fini.hingupof the carpenter work', the or ,nor sanitary i buckets bieb_sha11be church,of )Miami .died about o'clock

i'this week uperintellding the work of ti.khti hl+
WKini.FEATIElLY. Uctl Hltor.Huj the in Mianii.j I. Km will ..ioii of I will each wrrfll for 'wMdt be Is
::1 laying pipes ) retain l'' +"rs easily complete his work: by January once to complaining of not feeling well at

;? i j Adam Oorell i* bark from it..1 I and tiieir prrrotlure and fijeasl r a time atTbe 1st and he hopes to finish by Christ- receive LO Cl'l'tlt per month when different interval during the Pus

; AlUM I MINCE 31E41.t sayinhuady" to>> his many triend.., ,{ operate' two !! firms ma*. emptied unce.e ch week, to be plaid br summer, his sympton indicating that
i baveery line Ill the' Mc- the property o nt'r. Persons refusing there malaria In his
was some yitem.
His ortU-e '. ,
termvof as county I rt -urer. :" A fine line ladies' shoes just received -
t !Iuf t 1'ulusiaeounty will expire at the Donald! building. toc..j at Jearll's3blwtore. 2tf-tf or neglecting t provide' these buckets his last illness, however, did not begin

t ( Miior 1liscrlLliteil Mini Matters tenter of the >t'ar.I1t'r list lie will c.'J'llAiu Jack, his news : The work on the detached varandiat ,and either Culp r them thl'mst'Iat ,I until the iith day Bffovember' ,
and I provided by th ordinance: or pay' theeeav'enger the day before TbaDk'J ,lol". He wa
spend all his.time at Miami. stand ure in theM
I 1Int llut the Roy.II..hu.tbe last of the'superMructure -
1 : It"i\.d for mpt"ing the ,tlafIJt', 1'-1 I taken quite ill on'that day, but officiated -
a:I aorUus block, has re, \ a lot I
be commenced is well ad.
| The' outhouse at the public chiM/i i iI iif to of
subject to a fin $W. The marshal I at.the Thanksgiving services' at
'* nuisance and the school authoritiestsbould of t\)s and Christmas goi Js to whiclhe vanced and will all "b.- in apple pie 'I
Capt. Brady W. Johnson it in the Its should see tha. "Jh..rl' are a number Miami. He was compelled to shortenthej
j' giveit attention. .The air in all unites'your attention hassome shape by opening day Mr. Hahn has
city a.iD.:5bf'rIJl' placed in I pOl\i lUll to pay fines.Get I ervice9 on account of feeling verybadly.
1'that.. section is cuntauiinated Our nirrellrap trunks. C a plain Jackis had charge of this part .of the work.The ,.
Hu friends that his, ,
in the' supposed
Chillingworlh wa i:! a very courteous and 0 ligillgn.n will about frell Tennessee butter .t
:ichildred will ulfer severelyer/ M"OII carpenters completetheir your i
city a couple of day this week. ....'.if the trouble is not remedied. tu do business with and deserve a work in the .dining room this 1'/l'dstt"r'/ n.rkl'1., .d.lt I, trouble was. not serious. On Saturday,
t tbe nth ult,, Mr. Dunlop tent word totheci4yrequratingC.
Col. John McDonald itback'againat Miami share of jour pat rtnage. week.' The carpenter work ii' praeti- Harry Yl1ntt I, of New York City3a I 3tl1lt.urD.'to
The ..Iuonmt'n, of North hsleserved i M. .
Cocua'nut; Grove'( vit Jack cally completed with the ..exception'ofthat member of tll
rum a notice ,on the Vender* nl The followinV and utter roods, the Tammany orgllllza read the services on buuday morning,
sonville.'Miss I JlrllJl..rtj'tit Congregational church, remaining to b. done.in the din Lion, i is domiC'i' .t Pl'II'J'L', IlIn, tf.at'b..
| brandied cherries to cease ellintr the coupled with the statement
Sir nii,"*rng: Chair", tables, benches, ing room finishing up the halt room Oo'o.nut fro"tfor the jntl'r. HI!
Lula M. Hadley, ct'Lemoncity same after this week or crises would be was Unable to leave. his home. On thecorning
'limporesu and b?oks. ,nr'On and the main stairway, and .a little on spent !several nth1 here last sv son
in Miami the I of the next ) Maw ,
was for a day or two started again them on charof i day (Sunday
this week j felling liquor without license. or person w.hn can h'e.u' informa- l the second floor hallways in the west and his many fr end are glad to ....r I Fannie Tuttle, accompanied by. other:

," I tiUfl abtult the abo"t' or by person wing. "ho'\'dy" to him again. He came via friend of the droveout to his
A. I). Stirbird bat a cuntraci for constructing Steam and water pipe fittings all sizes rector
fifty wry'fine wardrobe, for l+i"lat, Wauoo', '' 2tf! : rt..tllrilll:' Janie tn H.\ J. Bolton. Milton Young, the World's Fair the' Mallory line+ to Key We't. He is place ,administered' to bit need,

'the Hotel' Miami. I Dick :with. :o'ur popular assistant i pastor. ur at the uffici of his paper gold wire artist, will remain here until the owner of a small y.cht'hieh is but he grew gradually worse, and on

i iEgbert I j' is showing' his friends will confer a great favor.Wr after the holidays and offers fine opportunities bring put in commission and will be Wednesday of last Week his condition
Ely, of tbe firm of Stewart A postmaster a ready for service'4' in t few days. Mr..
serious and
I : beautiful' jrvld fountain pen which note that there are It' 't'r.1 buildings to secure Christmas pres grew very on account
Bly. attorneys at law, of DeL.nd1 was Munson is proprietor of "Munson,
i Miss Alice A.Brickell.. his -uptrioriomcer. :! in Miami: through Ih back parts ents. Mr. Young occupied two boothsin the place where' he was staying being
la the city this week. Bill Boards" in ham, and is one of
Liberal such inconvenient distance from
ofhidl tarried' the Arts Building the an
f I presented,him'with as l'\ idin('" mule pipes are without tric.1'adnrtisus .
R. H. Bond a prominent ,wholesale. ,I iof her' appreciation of his faithful either brick: or terra 'otta ftUl''JJ. World' F.irand g.inedlur himself an I tbe.' largest t. in the city it was 'deemed best, after a

druggist of Baltimore, wa in the. citya sen ices.' such It'r.oll"not' ulill ;end nger their international reputation; He is well) the United Stat He baa practically consultation among his friend, and at '
created the bill board businesaas It
few days this week. un but their Ul'arMlOr; property, recommended and bit work is very his own request, to move him to the,
In l Fast: Coa-t
1 \ the Florida Railway
now exists. He a! a fine summer residence -
Now thai tbe Jail i* about ready .: -Cump.nhauft'd,, :iVMl crates of The Marhalduty is i to ,,ete that theyare neat and artistic.. He manufactures city. This was aho'sanctioned by Dr.
Munllo :
L.I..buf he bu
how about that ordinance providing- j; pineapples. This they have haul J' remised. The city ordiauces providea rings vest chains, pins, alligator Jewelry at Jackson. Mr. Dunlop appeared to',b. .
year been reading th 1hTaopous.1I: summer -
penalty for thro..lDJ.trub in! the' fine of $2-"t for eacl|< violation.A '. gold wire ,name pins pf various a little! better, on last Friday, and wa
&OIl: in spite of the'-terrible'frrrzes \ touch
i and has hp io of affairs
street few fine* should be impo rd.If kinds and many novelties. Purchasers'goods carefully and 'tenderly removed to
l of 1 >>j.9ii. These finres 'show the "
J' are manufactured before their on the'.B.y. )lrf luo.on was ODe of :Miami to comfortable quarter which
It U reported that ( Maceo, the j ,,wonderful recuperative powers ..of you want a'rood bat gnu 3ewell'shue'tore. our first subscribers.!
had been for him tbe
eyes while they wait. :2-5-lt. provided on
famous Cuban leader, bat been killed. Florida. ? They have a fine line. 28tf I
; ; Call anti see the fin line of holiday I premise of 1I'n. Tuttlel The .trouble
1 We sincerely trust tbat tbe, report. i ilt j'I Charles McCarty and' Gorge Nichol. The health of Miami' i is n6t now aspood The people whom it becomes'' necessary goods'at Watoon'a Hardware Stoi. 2.8tf wa an aiute and severe type of dysentery -'

not true. are* building a neat cottage! of two a+ could be deMredt This; 'is! to confine in 'jail in 'Florida must with some sympton of threatended --

F DrT F. H. Hougbton and )lr,. Houghton '' parts,/one 42xls and another- !'jEl1? largely due lathe large and. continued of necessity be a very orderly and The MiTBoroUs: has private information perforation of the bowel Tb

returned from Key West Sunday feet, pn the' corner of Avenue B and amount of excavation being done. trusty class of people. At. least we that Y "S3" left New Yorkon disease;however, seemed to be pretty .

'Y' night and left for Daytona on Wednesday I Third street. The cottage has two This work i is nl'cl'"ar). To prevent ihould.. so judge by the nature of the Wednesday acct December 2nd, under well under control last Saturday: morn
jail being constructed '''hc.rl'. The charter of the York World
morning. large bay windows" and will be a veryI Jckne. a*: much a possibl! no iudi- New as a ing but he bad become' very weak and
are composed! of one thickness( !I of boat between Havana and
walls dispatch I
I place. vidual should be permitted allow bill
,. Senator Call has introduced a resolution I pretty ,. indication of threatened heart failure
I ; novelty siding 2x4 scantlipg about 20 Vest to carry its I
in Mr. and Mrs. premUe' to get in a filthy eundition.People .. Key correspondentback
in tbe Senate favor of recognizing !f Robert Emmett,. a were apparent. After several linking

.-l the independence. of Cuba by j handsome bridal' couple from New 'kould not make it'I' necessaryfor inches'apart and an ioner finish of l"-s and forsho. 88 will probablystop period be finally succumbed* stated .
inch matched stuff. The windows arebarred in at the ;on her to
bay Key
the United Stsltrs.City : f! York City, w'l're'in Miami thi wek. authorities to resort oextrememeaure" way at about '4 p. m, Saturday last.
with half inch iron bars about West The is
I possibly to-day. yacht
Cocoanut qr.\ ,
sandwentd1wu to to Bishop Edwin G. Weed of Jacksonville
Clerk J. M. Graham left this i three inches apart. The floor consistsof 100 feet long and 4,4 feet draft, has
I stop for a few dayThey are" very Early: inllifMimiiivr thete Uof Fran ', and Bishop William C. Gray, of
morning for Jacksonville to bring 1% inch matched stuff. That is a 1,000 horse-powe; engines, and will,
nice: people. Our representative enjoyed i.. -Ii" robbed of lot of .effects Orlando, were telegraphed, and also
l t i "3. a-
called tbe "Drummer"
" down a schooner f soft snap for 'a professional jail bird average 25; miles !j per' hour.: It burns
, meeting tbt-m.\.r) much. acre Col. Anderson' intimate friend of
among '.il'lI lot of in.
tb.i w :
| apers
: from port. : unless! he is shackled baud and foot.. one ton of coal i in :SI hours and h.A.a
eludingeleral and his )lr": Dunlop, who reside at Jackson:
, ; Gen Water S. Dati and Mr-. hair; pen-ion roe
four of coal and
to tons
" J. Y.Trammel, pastor of the coiorB.ptl.t and daughter tested at naturalization: paper'inre *. Auati few days Tbe kind of i tnv* yon need j* the Oil capacity carry ville. No replies were received on
} | Jea-antly) oO 11 can easily run out
Gaa Perfected Wa Uon'a. 2 S-tf
churth, has accepted' a call a* at passengers.
... I I the Peacock Inn Cocoanut Grolr. |..r \:; he found his ralization % of sight from anything in the Spanishnavy Saturdaynigbt[ and preparation were
pastor of tbe church for tbe tame in sink O. Hardjrraves of Ft. Lauderdale made for the Interment of tbe deceased
uninfured hole a ,
the reason. Mr, late i It the owner of par| a near in one bout It is owned by E.
". ,denomination at Tampa. ,, 173 Key -inbraciiiy llth j-treet. He will ask noquestiunsand valued subscriber of the MEfBoroun: rector on'the beautiful lot owned by
acres on Bicayne. H. DeKane, of Gladstone, X. J..
I' Samuel Rhodes of Cocoanut Grove !' Cape Florida.. This property has been 'w'iII pat |2 for the return of the is sadly'aftl C'ted. His family, consisting When the cruel war' -'is over" he Trinity church at Miami, but on Sunday -
''WbOtf age I. something' on the shady I owned by his family since early in the other papers I: of wife and two children, bad been run the boat on regular passenger- morning a dispatch wa received

'! side of Toi: is', according the Citizen sick up in Georgia nearly all summer. from Col.'. Anderson requesting that
I century. Samuel! Brow. Jr., and Mij*. Brown, service between Miami and Key West,
learning dance. : weeks Florida. the body|be I embalmed and forwardedto
correspondent; A few ago they came to. ,
\ J.P. Paulson one of the hu-tling of Chil.agu, arrived last{ Monday making the run Min less than seven
These instruction-
Instead of improving they have Jacksonville.
., Henry Hoepe, a real estate dealer of new Mrtllers who" bat located at' zi tilt and. left the next m ping for, grown hours What magnificent boat.33".
steadily worse and have' been removedto were complied witb. A metallic casket
Chicago i* domiciled, at the Hotel' Modello, was in the.city: a few days C>M-oanut iroie, where they; are 'now would be for theshey West route.Willow .
the home of Mr. Joyce, on the' wa procured and tbe remain properly
Miami. He i* well pleased with this this week in-Vomparii with his friend, iloinU-iled for the "season \j Mr. and
Hinckly place' at Four Mile! Hammock, ; Rockers I Christmas presents embalmed by Edwin Nelson, our local
city and may make: some investmentshere. i i Henry Hoepe,. a r.&I.-t.t.: dealer'of- Mr";Brown w..r..t the .' '*Vol k Inn at Wataon'f. 23lfGeorge :
t .irfof hear Modello. Dr. Baskin was called undertaker. Service w.read over tbs
V. .- Chicago. Mr.Paulson says a great : l.\t'ral'\ \week last wiijter., Mr..

; The'plumber* of the Royal Palm are | many new settlers will arrive .t ItAtwti i- a real estate dealef;. of Chiagubut up thl'reto see them Wednesday and Kreger- i nd Cba*. P. Fisher remain on a beautiful pot oft the
I found all three very sick and in.:bed !life station ground of 1n.. Tuttle oa Sunday
broke into the saving atJupiter
arranging for "rery fine ball next Modello and locate shortly.. until lately! was txated atkalnuartelich
.' There if howevergood ground for afternoon by C. M. Milbara and
,. ., : on Saturday, November 2tn.
at Tbe Casino of the Data fine
Tuesday evening I i A. F. Harley, city ejngineer of Jarksuuvilir sumo thinking they will( all recover in due arrested tbe member of tbe choir sung two
Hotel Miami. Tbe event will be a + property on Lake Worth. ; They ,w were on Tuesday, ,
who de tli igued and planned: the' time. which
i I December lit, indicted on tbe 2nd, hymns, one of "Lead Kindly

J't' pleasurable one. ; sewer' pipes .being Used in Miami. and 'fllt"lal."t reports from the war in The' schooner Nathan F. Cobb I' tried and convicted on ThuTstttj= .,. tbe' Light," bad been the special favorite

Capt.., 1.. W. Uodder Capt. B. P. I who drew tbe profiles for the *<-\\t'r'I c'uhSar..';.eryruhflictiugy pttupurtant which left. Brunswick on 'November- 4th, and sentenced on Friday, the Cth. of Mr.i Dunlop. At almost his lai
" a Moore and Capt. M. E. Maguire, of 'I and watrrpipe lines, is. in Miami i today ,, vii tory' i".claimed by the a in! urirent" nth after making* far north as Cape The ,whole incident wa closed up service he bad requested tbat it be

t'- Washington, connected, with the't looking over the work. He may while, the Spaniard: AnnounceIhv Hatteras encountered gale and two within a week. They are now inmates ung. Tbe ladies of the choir, who
service Miami from I return to Jacksonville in the morningand defeat and killing of General .
revenue were in, of her' crew were w..b.s'onrboard.. of a convict This wa possiblebecause bad learned to love Mr. Dunlop oa

.. aturdaytiotil, Monday last., ;)o' ,, may not return; until Monday. Maceo.). The! Cuban claim le itt still I The vessel! wa disabled and blown by the ampt lit' Court convened. account of bit sinkers and earliest

V 'On another page in thi issue will be I J. E." graham and. RpJ.. O.McGouigle alive but after sifting !all tb reports the gale many hundred mile southward I two day .( ,heir arrest. It 1 I. : manner and tbe faithful discharge of

, found a long letter oa Biscayne from I arrived from ?t. Auu tine contained in the. Jarkjonvil e dailiest and stranded off Orraond, Fla., : greatly to be regretted that swift Ju.t1 bit duties, were mucb affected at bit

the able'pea of U. Page Wilson, an old : on Monday night and left QD a trip arc inclined. to think thihi t Macco where: tbe crew were' all saved.N. T.I ice, cannot be meted out with equal death and could not conceal their met

;\ journalist, who ha settled on a farm a i down tbe bay on Tu...day. Mr. Ingra- i one to join Marti. and be other" Waterhouse, bead bookkeeper of the dispatch in all fel Intes. If it could tt during tbe (uotnl.Hnlcea.> Metar

. : few gilEs back,of LemonClty.A t ham '",'ilI'look into matter-' at .tbe mart)r. to the eau'e.f. "Cubi Libre. Ormond hotel, -was drowned in his I Judge Lynch would "'never be called Waddell, Brown, Brady, Gartbaid,

: brick addition 'V* being built to Perrine' grant.He 'U expected back If }", J ani -olid sqbstanjial shoes heroic effort to.afford aid to the crew. upon to render Judgment and execute Flits and Graham acted a* pall-bear-
the' J./ A. I to-day. Mr. McGonigle i pj'lor i<*f tr 1bt
Hotel Biscy > by owner
A. number' of I the' Memorial Presbyterian church ,at The >a nary ordinance. p. XVII, were trying reach :the wreck however, that a trial can be' reached: for ,Monday for Jacksonville, where tbe
j( DoD.ld. large gran-
r:.' V ire&blocks arrived this,week which will i St. Augustine.' s..... I". imp
be used for tbe tide walk curbing. The plastering upon the Hotel l Miami pusiting -any "weepings ollforl's. or drowned. rape, arson or murder should occur in meat will take place.

F I'i ii about completed and the painters other' business houses or any c1fuse upon this county now an indictment, trial Tbe Rev. Henry Dunlop wa an on-
) Vice Prt'.i identof theFlorida The Rev. James Bolton haslicceptedtbe married He had relative in
JB. Parrott and conviction could not be bad before man. no
J are p ihi g .tllrir work 'ahead. We tbe streets of the city. 'I be' ordinance

; and superintendent Goff,with a couple'''I of'the Miami an accomplished fact in' boxes in front'of places" of church and bat taken charge. which does not fur: until the first service in variou.4 part of Florida and

7 f, A- of friends' arrived on' a special last by January: ,1st.., It look that way at business or rl"1'jl.lt'n"f't'l'' cb Wednes He ha had the large .tent taken down. Monday after tbe;fourth Monday in was very highly esteemed by Bishop
and left again this morning. : It will be thoroughly overhauled, Weed and Gray on account of bit nod- .
'a- night time.' A April, 1S97.
!I -* tbe present portion of. the daySaturday morning i nd they j
repaired and removed to more convenient
l ,t 7) Tbe fill on tbe approach to the painting. and of the plumbing only* j remains ''will removed by.the scavenger. It I location. ,The tent al will be For aaU a 2i and 15 b. p. boiler and engine and est manner' his life.learning and the earnest

bridge on A venue G has'been so, far yet la be done.. isthe i MaribaVs duty to,enfprce the floored and made 'a* comfortable' a* pnmpe, copped kettle and other exemplary During yellow -
fever In 1888 be
I perfected that team are now crossing.Kev. ordinance.: There, sure may violations. machinery. New b. p. gasoline launch epidemic performed -
The cbooner4Osceola" has been ill'port HMsible. Regular public services willbe
i enEioe complete. Call or address! R. M.Munroe his duties at Savannah nobly.
I ,: Bolton, of Cocoanut Grove, wa this week with a cargo of bananas .f' resumed on Sunday, December 20, or Tboa.. Lacy, C/ocoannt Grove, Tbe citizen of tbe city gave him a

V t tbe first to drive over,-on Tuesday. from Yucatan. They are very fine Tl rough plastering on tt-e.Royal: .t' 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. standard FU. II t z-8-l-tfp purse of $500 in testimony of their appreciation -

.r a Charles Brickell and tbe Misses fruit. As they were getting rather ripe Palm will be completed 'by to-night. ime. All who have been at any time of his service, but be said

Maud and Editb Brickell returned were sold very cheap. The Johnsons There remain only tbe kitchen and connected with the organization are Budded Orange Trees. there were other who needed it more

t West last of Planter Key Largo are'now at 'tht'doc'k the first floor invited to the services. Tbe Five thousand choice Budded Orange
from a shore trip to Key two room on aid a very cordially kinds also Palms than be, and be distributed the entire
Sunday nigtt. Miss Belie Brickell with :a fine cargo of bananas!, '; small portion of the hallway on the general public are invited,, ,i Everybody Roses, and Flowering ;Plants. Price amount among the worthy poor.

.remained at the Island City for a visit. which, they are selling ,at retail at': second floor upon'whicb tbe 1 nisbing will be welcomed. "Let, him that list on,application j A. L. HATCH, 'Well dose thou good* fattknd servant,"

\ of a week or ao' about,fD cents a bunch. j'Boat'-.of plaster ha not been placed. earetb come." io-tf-Jp City Point, Florida. He fiT-th Us beloved: sleep., -

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o We present htrrwith 'a tCw viw, of Miami and l tiirruiiiuliii; ''ti high art tin-. |Irlll"'fh; | ) IIf :'>. Cmliam' |ruprielor of .

the Hotel Miami, who kindly l. aiir'n<>> i in tlii *ui-ek'i. > i i..-u" They all failllfu I)' re pre
the'subject UluRtrated at the time the \iewi. were taken. h"J'rl.m"III".| :114 ban, rs inre<< iM-curreUiu. '" of l I

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,r J 'f' i11 is a .faithful r"IrtMJu.-liIII'.r| : the hi+luiifal Fort l.1:11Ia
DR. J. G. BASKIN if. the slweit.u| + liuiue i it not >.I'II"U in the lls. the. tars* CIM-IMIIIII, Ire K, \\l' )irli make it e |-jally altr.'li\t'lwiuK
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to the, best interests and the' development. I
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'i! Biacajoe Bay Dade County.I.ad. : $2.00' per ea

: lifted. couT TiM-r. iu.Jc. ('oue'i : MiltTIl OF MIAMI KIVIIl: : AM II 1:1-::<.t, .\'\' \E HAY FKoM WATKK; TOWKlt.fruiitaKe : .

'.'. .PEACOCK pooUeoccJOilritcd.INS. CUCOANfT. AJdrcM liUOVli FLA ThU". \ iew, iri"- in detail. the Furl Italia gr..uud- uilli the! n.agurli.y'1)t ......'.;11I111 oil riser and Imy'as' well j .

1-U-bt Office. E.*..'. La..01II1":. a
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Robert R. Taylor. K>int i i.. almut three.tulle \\ide.' "."' -TI.e view. in the )>ro"|Mi-ihe r !i.. il.fri.iti 1114 l I.M-,> in!Ci"li ju."!jire.to the' Hay ,'i.."I,'. / $1.ooTO9U/ \ } )s.1

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I4t2E. at a li-uiile: an hour t'peetl. The fall is, about six. views."u: l ". deep OR TIDIES ?

to : cut narrow. channel between peri>endiular rtM-k. ; | ; krrrgladt. -. .. "II(
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i' HORSE SHOEIIG He PER PAIR ;;t" .;; get it done ai ywhere. Give us a trial. \ .1

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No Coouectrou WiLla ,u.. cast .Cou' HoWl ,
a,.Le.... ki : actnterS'r! HmGn F Ferii.lizers.

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Grt cers should use 11 riris. /fr/t'Jitfrt It-cause the fast is

11..11..1..1 whal l-diyM..itiINi." *) II.. fur h.II i hl\I.&t'.. ....a..ull. H lit) l I thrs. ('hfal1't'}/.

LBONE' Ilr.I Ma.I "r wrrr lull That e." ILhnultgrurral11ua I Hn No. and Little Leos Tomato1peciul '
r / uager }..r Ih.. Plurid1 ; Vegetable 1 ; ; ,
Ia: ../"t.i'I 1I..lrl ?.) had torn : \:; are the Best 'Brands on the'

F-er"tilizer I iiirli i lI.r huauagrl/uril haul fur | market for fomatoes.Ilianis "

II.i. "iul'r..all.1 11 "I'U' would ,, [ i I
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tI s.. : III" .1111. fur..t' .gN.ralr it : W &, Branscomb,' Agents, \ ..'
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Pineapples Oranges Lemons 1'lu'lal.I.. will 1w'.iilgd "II frulII Ihr r : ,

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1- would Iw ju.t'. ".",,1. a. rla.. usual it.Ihrutbrr ,
T Strawberries and 'Vegetables 1"'I..i..lI o' I.illo lart' would *I.. Chance of a Lifetime-- .

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bas Iw..i. or will IN. I"IU ,ht fruit the PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.

have been largely I sold in Florida :for lf> years.W. .Alter ....u..a. I+ I h." .:A 11'ua+t S.) +. .
V e l'ur' NMI1 in January last the' immense stock of 1'ia1M", Organi. Sheet
IIq. fun.ilar. ... ahd the "It.t'lliIlKr''III. ...1 M uijit'al lustruutentit irf. the A. Campbell J... Shone, Agt., Cocoanut Grove.. + will -IN. ( !"d just the I'lauoa au 'Zane: a+ arr Ill" rl".III" 1111: IlualI'uw. trll..1 1'ouuver. New England tdlubrrt.Dd Kinttabury Piauoa. We bate
1.. .wiug 1 TOUOS, which am worth.trust Sltt to $15W: more than we ask for them :
W. J.. Pollard, Gen.'' Man I ;., Southern Ifiaitinent) .. An-; "urlhrr than slur. Ihr hutrl.Ii +I bljl. K wal.l ... . lt.. ualua.Cru.ytyte| Utah.... .... .. .. .. ..J>i.
: .:.11111'u11111M'Iloll! and iii.-bu.ihrw; .....b. .. .. .. .. -TA! Xthulwrt. U ... .. .. .... a'.J
olJt4APrl; : "_frt gusts, Ga. Warehouse 1'alatka, l Fla. : ':' .. ... .. :?'JU M.lrolm Lov w.l .. ? ... .. .. i.. '
111): are ill ill I11ahilrr .11 111. '" )1 r. A ( i ..1.! ... .. .as. "Mtrluw.r, rb....'.. ._.. '. :. Si
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WEST. "U.) II.. fur lbr.ul, ro'a"lIlI Ilat IIit. ar- i : .. .., .. .... .. 3u A .._ ..... ... '.. .. e '
MIAMI ROUTE TO KEY .... .. .. Jin KmW l.rau.l.V .... .... .... 'ftf
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haul ald }I : }Id I. Uthi "
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The Elegant Side-Wheel Steamer "City. of'I. Key West" ..ulair .ill II... ...a.'t..lhat and | : .. . 17 J... M Itl.n.'alll. .... r"' .. . .. J"I
; fur .... .. ISM I Morn*. .... ... ... .. /a
11 r.Mrlloualdcunld idol tau the
f. appointed to perform serene u tollowa! : visit of tLene I'iaboa have tineu rental. but we have bad them repoli b d an I
'ut of IhrIi..I.I II the .
r.anageuu regular and .. Ibem to be n-fuiided.,
[ order guaruwtee satisfactory or money
I..y. MIAMI ;il III.l m. even Ture.lay and Fliyay.Alivs .. IWIIIIII'r. )1 a I I. scarf inatructiou book and deliver f. o. b. Jaek lonnU.. Cub ,
.t KKVVK8rmim" diiy .;. 11 "a" .uggr..1tM' lu M' MdullaM cold l.trl Hbeet Music at half prit-e. Writ ua.
ln1'UR1NIL.wveKE1. WK.Sr.VUU.: : 10.N....> W"JIIIa>' .vSou.lay. ,
h31 Ihr "hidl had -aineel.tnl/e
strive MI.tML.w. day CouiMftiu Ml )Ii.lluiilh I 1 rI1.rt I Fryer & Brudley Music Co. ,:
).ihln.j&"tllI'l. the Hi..a) II" IwlungrlIii i ,
FLORIDA CAST COAST) RAILWAY.; IIII' Flagler "J ..It'1II wt old ,Iw roufinuesl edu / I !| '.'4 E. Fotb Ha...

y J. D. RAHNER. I G. C. FLOYD. Agent.. '. h)' ,the IIl:&!Iagrulr'It going. It.Mr. (' : ''Jr., Manager. 15ju: : Jacksonville, Fla. '

Au't Gea. P.ueDcer Areat: 226 W. Day Street. K.."If. Tlli. wa+ ri..liel., 'u byMr. .you. .| .| : } __ .'_. _A _
_. )11.IIahl. h. goingto'hi' + safe aidprisdueijsglhr L
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Benj. W. Jerome Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing co. / of
'" WIiir111hrlintel .tJIII s. together .
with rutlr ulll..r lots I'u.i -..) ill g fruiuIhr .,...". BRICK..r44. BRICK:
: SoU 1'hroeulali..e uI the I*. I. W. ('O. '-- )I.ta.lrt.rrrt.d Furl "alia.. land foul )any tu 1fr.. ((' ...

j" fur the ..I. of. the, I )I 'l ...bald fhr ''ixlist' for "III..id..ra- will '1' .

CYPRESS and YELLOW ptNE I i.'... OIl ,: ::1b ,' rIiing claaa East : Coast Brick Co.
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| ; Manage unit uf 11 Ir. ,;
GL'Olf'I ) M ni/nandij& tIIIRIi I jk : I I-\lIuU gitrs a+.lIr&III't' .h t the BiMla ,, "
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t""CISCi, ;;,1l'LNI.CE11.1\C: : ) this w ill lw ,'ullId..1 ill a !' .. IasinsiiiI all ; Florida. .
in )llIl'Il'I\.i.: .,, M. er. 1'I.e Jlulrl will l olwurd Otlur you
tb State of Florida. I from .

Every EOKIIM auks trill b* .net aDd i| -4___. -- the ;
np : Car Siding and Boo&n4 and Box( Shoofci.
I o!: ta. on the,East Gout. Will give Yf&r110., piicea.J. .
: pun-baser iuatructed in ran: r The Seminole'8till avage. of / ...
and l"tiif. S J. S. SMITH. Jr., Jen'l Manager. "
lJil1lr and cue.ld'Cataloque. I Il'rlhlltlec-ft .iarkllo lie, Flori.ia.liKMKMr.KK '1'hr fllllll"ill IetirP ap wand ill a loG Fla.
) Jac-kaonville.
I rl.1I1 i...ur ul the fluriota Citizri. : to
: and.priced on application. .
Edjt.lr of the Florida, ('i. iZI'II : The y
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BENJ. W. JEROME. i "ititi JI rirrutly.taled etlite.rially that keep -
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i July i: "MMMil Brant ly, Fla 1111' ludiau" iii Florida A'a nut growing \

The American Laundry lI..ir. .:I\Irt' .hahill4 aid "II'ol.mll! .. f .
but ....I..iuJIlII). a r..lal' a eN','urll." help Heal Pineapple Fertilizer
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In rear <;f Ibe ic.' factor)', uri"ill-I A .
f..rl1ll il. The r. ,t r .rof chi ; "Price $25.OO Per Ton1.

.Fin Citru Tr ,'.Formers( ) 1 IIII..irXII.. I.1 .of I'll II"\?l Ill' i'.II.rl e. .1 ; .- C.I'! l'5 .ANALYSIS _
\ Sit: =Were in nifalion| in lhat L.'II. ,f. I S.'i'tiholt I of tiNla I ) i If the I Ns.'uiihulr 11 :' '.
ill all rnlia .. Miiitnre<<: : H to 10 cent
. I \\ iil IM pWneil to to me*! all my .f )r.Ierda) e. J IUlr- ". per..
old ni.roiiieTK. See fircuUr li'u.lr"! Ili. usual dry s" i i'i i the red r / Aniwir. 4 3, to 6 "
ATReduced fur .. the Pbopbori4 Acid I 5 lo 6 ."
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+ III prices" ( .0Iii't; aid fl..1 .... ..Ii..u '1lll"lurlllt'dalu l'J fold | Pittaab, (&actual tI to H .* f*

Prices ; ..,,1 ii'.ariably '1)"IIIt- rl lurlau.Xaktel I, : ....: t>f Hiiyltl (i.aON 'irrrt J/i oXitrate f'l Kudu, 'Hlood Boise
J : leg. and feel are tb rule, .."t'liUli'a"III' ', '_. Ibtaolftd Phoihatf fiut jnmitd Tobacco XtemtI .. .
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NATIONALHomeSeekers- no -- I lwillg i eaeelli i ilia I. "u ami :;ulphur..lallh.. .

) uuig Lurk. + ranlr in I..t I illiit (maul cud anti f"r llrrcjlon\* fur. .II'I' and urtber |>*rlUulai>.. .1.. ..k fur a c..|>jr'uf Eruuom!: t'ar-.

Y Are hndded at the ground on fonr year. .'ulilt'r; ill the rlJo'lIllliuli '.....tIllU".illlllil' -'. I Hay Iraq j ..
'old Flonda Itough Leioou HUicks.3.IMO ,. rl&I..lrillt..i "hirl..t' mill/ justbelow yon a Large Stock of Fertilizer Material, C. S. Meal, Tobacco dust,>*(ash, !tc.
REAL 1 .
tf Mien are Tardiff, others : ;
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pri< We seek the trade
are rarmiD Brown. Itllb)'. Tan .. Ihr knrr ..a brilliant 1..1 turban j I ",,,"' price* before buying yiutren dirtct.
genus. lliMuaaaMuTriutupbami and a few 1".II'aUlI Ii.r'a.tir .rnanueit.. \ & TOOMER
0raprf ruit.eacbElb : I Th"1: wrre hlaily lunkin ..llIlItl) j ,
? ItMIIll's. ExbAII/i/ : I'rofierty for I'WI.rt a I (wilt frlluwewilIs I. fight ida House of Florida .

!I' '1ott.li Blt. hl. ... ,:. eV 1i( ) UtI.IIII' HIN.i' ail.)'. :rudllr4etildiou' of Khanyou : and:wiuuiug young i smile., ;really lia 1It1..UII.ryes... I ,( .... | : !! J"ackacnv1l1f19 S1lczida.:

lloo.,.'. Early. .2 .a11 0
Hatsuma, Maodarioea 4leHeeilleM 1 i I i I
alALAUtU I.M'IA.N KlV tK. FLua1nA. "a'i ." lli"I"'"' uf t li.tiu. and .
.. Lamb . .... : :.tc \ --- -
Orapefrnit.- f J 1111'' 5kH.) C C CARROLL IlIf.l"l. whirl they hl in oldguull ;
R iht. '11.11 i.. Ifc-al IVtaU: .Agent. ) "'1&1.". Iii ttn.uai!"puke rxcclki.t .w.-I For Winter of 1897.
Also all of tbe varietiei of 1'eacbn tha '
Iugli-b.: I A. rlnillt.hr Teter.INakdwllh
be suited to South Fhciucladiug I
r. are kuown to
tLe.w. : FreMon" Or. J. H. MENSING" UIr.Iighle latirnt.li uot BJ tl
I Florilill
I.' aug I'eacb tbal origiuateel in bat rhr Msril 1hrKIJ'u .1. meantlt. : are l Orange i :
Orange Ci-uety, and is the U U..Ule MH.I lit-I.,1 tall attention tu ill t Ic article : that ,
beat known peach yet out up .
,: for tbw eclion. COMMISSION MERCHAN'1I..l..r \ IIUUIt'li by III" ('iliLt'II"a ant tllt'i -
.hirt aid .red i", 'L.ir, nut 't'li the I G Fruit and Lemon Tlt

JAMES MOTT I iu "I raw Dial : it wit. 111..rac.tala t the redPIin lug field Crape e s.

-- PROPRIETOR '. : .rril"d all umbrella to ward off
: I'onllry. .:.gut I hotter, Fruit.tilee. f'III- I
...I... ( oiikijunieutMMtlii-ileil., |'roniil| t1. .UII. 7'hi. fut (lie .ilu failed tu ,'. Stric 'ly First-class and True'to Name. I
i ; S Orlando Mirsery, Winter Hlni Fla.Iluorl3is.rbl"Irwl. aDd bi meat. r..lnrh" iMiHrauletd. Mark nieiilioii ; jet il itbe only j art of the. a!1 gator | Pluto, ....fear 1rerr.. GraftJ P.,r. .. duos{ t rvvrrtblug wu iu a ftr.c.d.! .*.
I. '- iuotaliou, aud fclt-uciUt furnu d oii applrral'p.n. i iiiridi-nt; that would attract \attention one for Jlrlf'e. or call1lG artery. '_

--- ----- .' in Ibis I'urliuli.tlr the wor I.. While of J' GEO. H. WftlOHT Orlando
1 11! Wset" Adaaw. M, I 't1 \ Fla':.
rhoiM 3<;. .JACKSONVILLE, FLA.lUferoce the :Sr-iiiini>le hers s.wwing II a-hine. iu rOil Aprllh' j I-
TA'NK.lSi : ; State Utuk. of Flurl.la.6uovlm4M. his home, and cooks in JM s IMiught'' piece 5 .
._ Duck 5 ,
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I rule the while hardware use ruanf, heMhloin ..... .
i W kUuuUcture cal !
.. Mud aud .ize. oCypress < Wears,, the.arb of the >ale: faceihe fruit : EI'ER:
I and he is a" much a savage a ever l ou .
t THE JOHNSON LAWCOMPANY wa>! K. I 'ia .... .

e \V,>t Palm lleach. Nil". 2X mat t
.-I'Mi>-nm; ').. 4 __P-- +. 1 ut Grove Lumber Yards :..
Coffee and Lager Beer from Palmettowith
; Tanks Elertfitm awl Minm SuwfeI'uwrr Berries. ) ,
Mrs.I A. Pbares' of Yalah her
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Llgh1uigAi I ITjuU I..U.nu.aJur.
l G. M. DIYIS A SOX, .\ .., lU-Huuiul, Lt.. I enterprise, protfresaivpues has ; ing i
embarked in the manufarture of Rio coffee I \'
\ Palatka, Fla. N..10"!!......... \".:.t wed F."r.th Mart.Ihrlwir and tiger l leer from berriec.This i'11I :::10 : ; ;

.I'. 'IrWrite fur C.t.logue. l-:YI S--4: pJ Mop uI.I| WUM.i'."' Jam M may/Hound, almurd.palmetio but il ia very: I'' Will, auff I Y ll llo w lin L Lnber r

'" --- eRepaIrinA of Every Description..s* nearly true. Some of the coffee here bna tion /
been tiie>l and "it knot-kit .the I kpota off" 'I Cu
in Jacksomille F. L (' -..
r BISHOP. MANAGER. the, alleges imported Hid that retails tll.'I 1N and Fruit Crates,
h :WI". III&) Ilt-e. JI.| !".' Jrel..Mnllk. fb.rld.. from 2M :'M cents. TIHrorf't'llrlood"nt I..ar. .
t STOP AT THE aid; not try tbe.'beer but it is aa id to be .1 al Shingles Lath, Mouldings, $0.s .
:FOR superior L.bi% exhilarating and Iioeewlog many ..
uefirial ii>e lii-inal properties. Mra. t

pRiv View Hotel DYNAMITE.: PhareA justly enthusiasticorer tbe pea \ e

r Safety Fuse, ail i iiiiw Florida of the will palmetto henceforth berry audtLinksthat JBud it a' "tor Cypress LlllllberCofflpallY! ,

.r t/ A. source of revenue I carry
S Riverside Avenue near Bay During the aeaMKi just closed.; Dr. or iw
I J Wellington.in JarkaooTille, bought large in
Street. ..
,.). r. quantities of tbe "rri.aDd made Jr m for ,
to W ii I
them delirious wine and cordial for
One of tbe Nearest Hotels 'in tbe City to Electric a fice,
,I I' the Union Ikp'rt.t Exploders which be finds ready sale at $j a quart.It I and Cypress Lumber '
is surprising to bear Mrs. P arms tel: Novelty" Biding and Weatherboarding,
i. ., American $2 to tt50 per day 1k. I3RLS..r. of the vanona valuable naea ia which 1 ** Flooring. Ceiling Unttera Moulding. Casing. .
Conductors BntekeU,
R'ates ROOOM 50c, 75c, SI palmetto berries may be put.-Citizen.; to a '
tq i European. ; C. B.. SMITH 4.. .. fount Sub, Doom and Blioda
of MiH-Work to Orders Cypress Tanka and Cisterns.
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'r Son lialdaeM often preceded or accompanied ( I
R. Bixley & State AgU Aetna Powder Co. /
by. grayness of the hair. { To prevent ran Apalachicola, Florida.

JACKSO\t"ILLE.FLA' both baldness andgrayuea. UN price. mad by rail or Khoo er. Prompt attc&Uoa, flrta to all JnqulrU* for satin _
> (43.U. PROPRIETORS. 2sang-26noi faI Hall's Hair Beocwer,ao bob..tha>>ecJl. rove, hOllHlo" BorlMaio-M-ia
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A ra-TiTioM: to the postmaster genera Union Logic. i{ Mr. Pohol-ka. Key West, visited I

'I'he J l ll li lain l !i MetrolJOlis.i I I I has been circulated requesting that C. E. Union has purchased i]! largepineapple the 4 i rove I hi. ,,_". .,

I Miami bt changed from a fourthclawito plantation and altu slur .a,r Mr. J..1. larder i is Hr t. to nliiptuuiatoes Ballkof Bisc

-- -- ..,.,.. ..,.. i a third-rla poMturft"! Ithasbeenrigned the flnet lot+ on the ocean f r, i( UMHI. this season, having already Bay yne
'fa*. Lure &VtBUJr Na..P4raa- Pl1a.:. by"the puMuianter,may or,.board which he will .. ..... a'rraidrnc -. shipped tti ii crates and has about forty

LlKIlItD ON THK MAIM LAID or of aldermen and our bu.ine... men generally A party from Kana.,are -yiitial-- crates more ready. to ship. Joe is ahustlrr i

t.,. .. T.. UMJTXD. HTATIat.I''w. and will na doubt be granted.A log for lall.d..n winch to erect a hotel :. and expects t>i realjte largely) : A J'
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....to". ... 4 bribe l' -> fa--*l Co II .t rWlUklm-('0"; simple request by the pontmaster east of tin orange grove'oii the bea)h. this +ra....roil his variety farm. 1 MIAMI.., FLORIDA. .

._ a l rp..rauur.WttER calling attention to the fact: that thecantellalltui Their land will extend from he Atlantic Capt. Hiiiunons liss built wall along :--- :.

S. cuurI: :. /tilt. of niamp* fur three eon: Ocean- to the canal, N hi' 'ti will i I the county road setting back.. from the b ROMATxD'Vanes in LAW t J .r., .,

.. .... .. '-- ecuiitif quarter ha* exceeded $ifi i KiTe tbf'lDf.ir location an..x.-e ,""Jlu,1iIl".fifteen feet and graded, the t

.,,. f' ba.: ipttOn .R b.- per quarter; a* *hown by the record lent i.nd. .:onaJ ed of eali I ridg.., fit leell Sect a-t ..Mi< .lh as a' floor, set .-- or'i" } s. .
o "" .r .. ........'.... .........sew I I I.'
!" . ......u... .. ...... ....,;-........ .. I ... of the department would probably hammock and muck for want -r garden Kni: .
'*, _r.VtriAdrertitine, ::.:::: ..,.:..;. ... .._ .. .... have been alt that. wa uttjoirnt to *, while their canal front will permil tw.lltHIII"V..t in the rough pine. Nuud... WM M. BRO WNwofac Business. Issues Drafts oa All .'

Kate. cure the fhange, bei-au..* It'J. granted of the .II-M* of limaH boat" and Uotbrr.along the county road will I I
Parti of the World. Accounts
; ;: ------- --- a* a matter of right under the rule* steam launches, that will reach the ''>iil) taJ..It. .. f (Ter and put their place* R. R. McCORMICK. .

SPACK. .k ; .l t_ dtmn'ssp.I---:ty.w.4 ._. when" the bu.iiie *exceed*tiiu for three hunting and flitting ground* ill :thi., in *N|(utMly as K.MK\\ "h'lw.tlli| ,would<- Vic., 'Par.oeNv; Solicited find Every Favor: Con. '

.- .. I !II dt! rcult 4- 50'1""! UI/MI iw .uii-emivequarter i ., a. i.i. the race with vicinit). one of the plciiiiilitest drive* oil the! CHARLES H. GARTHSIDE. sisterVt With Conservative Bank.
4 7Y C44Np .. .r s au' 4 w; ? i u "<.1! A? U i-.liM.lk-... .' : C ....
Miami ( the quarter "ending Another from HI '
". :ui 4 541 7 Ul", sap BII"WI.!. ...I. luring part) Michigan ) ing Extended.:
:T.Ia.1 7,.'"' I! :iU1.| H 00/ C* ,JMUtlift :September :JWth the ','n.-ellation wasi2and lug for a location on Atlantic Avenue -Mr". lleiiilritks. visited the: Grove a :1 I ", .
x u.r t ul |4|nap |7 ittl, % M.| .., uq1 1'6 w' IM "
l.N.t Col,. Hait r:! .w'' 4iu>| li hilt|
II......... Mwke; W eras- ;:; 11_ ._. ac.i: I llii* quarter. ('IIdrr the fourth- -I.** poa. ".li.adwiuadoctor. has located .
ma Mstt.r. I W.rl'la..a.aed Hr......<<.a...h .lmater cannot .. icdn po :ENT9: -1
4 p, t lire, fla iitlcation the po The editor of the' :1'rtrpical S in wa ill New lSi..I) II. She i i. from Ocala, ,
--- draw over the amount of the maximumcancellation win' town :Sunday.Mr. : Florida.There. .
Seaboard National Bank .
: York:
U.UowU i* fur &&Ie'a&, the FulbtvUf I ., or fzoU! a quarter. The SII..I..f Clare, Mi. h":, forman will In*, church. at the UnionCha JacNew .e

I, K.Tow... (f*|.t*.,..Delea. Jwkl, Mi.mL P1a. niiie..** now done at .the Miami office! ) )ears proprietor1 the Mi.-hoN aeI[ SIIII.I_) evening. Subject will Nat'l Bank; of Jacksonville, -- .* \'. I. .' -

ll-iry krw. .U. ......1.. N't*. ...utl. UCI.J. I under,the third-clan* rule would entitle House,' with Jus wife, came lat week be, ''I n the Safe Side." The popular 4 '
.*. U. 110-...Ml,1/Lt01. F1. FOKFKJN CORUESPO, ,DEBT: I
A 'I'.(apse,<>Ol.<...ai Hen.;KJ.. the po lwa..trrttu a"iaUry of at and baa purchased: two lots on :Swin- ul". "The l.oi Ship," will br rendered. .

Ft HtiODT.akC'iapsiaaIJstuo Bro W>.! ftlm. rU.H BrtrbrU.. I' lent $liUl per.)....r. ton avenue, one of which'' ''''iIIbe occupied ; .' j Knauth. .. chod.antJ; Kuhne, New, York.

'..h]f _MtMNrvtCfx._ -_ _. 'k..-y 'M*.'t. fU.Hi ------;-.-.-. by his son, who i i. ei peeled The inali quartette was practicinginiiic .t i i' "

kal.t..J is .b. P.atuaw. al 1I.. .;.I: rlwiisa.Fw'44r1. I EVIDENCES OF HANNAI3M. soon 'I'1I..s.) night fur Christina I :

.-.... ........ -- -.-..,...u.. -, .-- ,. : Mr. Chard, of the tame pta -e, ha- entertainment.Cocoanut Elegant Iron Yinlt and Bnrglir-Prool Safe With Triple Concession Time Locks
It Nay frequently predicted during secured lot nearly .opposite. th 'III.lr. : Jrove will have a Chri; tinis i
All f'OIRUlIIDW-alau.ula Le J.tr** r ......k'.u.. .... ......r uhht. i...ae pa) | the rw..nt Presidential cauipaiirii tliat } .'u'lII"n, who ha* been *.-rii>iii- tree at tI..* "I'nioii (;'lni l Christ- i IT'a, "
t e .b.' Irt THE LAST OAsT fl'BU-HINU; fU ; if Win. Mi-kinley wat elected he would" I ly ill'for two week" *, ba, been rr'ino\ed mat niic'it.' ,

5- -" ___ 'I be ruled. h) Marcu* A. Hannaup other to the hospital al.lack..onville. r'nNat.' KkfUKI.HiMirt .

MIAMI FUL, FRIDAY, ECEIBElIt. 189$. word. *, that we would have an era of l.yman Brother hl\pun-ha<..d.t.II | of Cot-oanul lirove school. for E. L. 'BRADY & CO. :
llauuai i+m. fair: minded people gavetin lot<%ii the corner of mlI tlc month ending l,.-c. '4, I"sthl. .

; Wright/ totlie- prediction,.. It Dadeavenueon' which dwelling'a! I ...'( Total eiirolliiirut. for the month 14.

i C11ii TierI. doe ,rrnihowi.,rrirons.rrrraatraw) .. a large tore and a ,.. Avenue** ii I atteinlance..' Groceries! Grain Hay and Garden.Seed. -

which ,how hulot' h.. wind blow*, that which will occupied b)' I.r+t r l.) :'Thar:. .. prr.rotrlrryday Jure : Chancy I IMIAVI ,

Mr. Mauna' "iIIll.y.n important role tan.1'harlie" 1'.lIt.lIar..I.1 and Half N'ewbold t .. .. ' i in directing. the altair of the nation. I.atollof Wet I'almwas Brach Ci.rK"; Kohliins, Kmory: 'end liessieliMinoird :
.-.. it reported recently III'"let I... ..III'UI..I Archer (je'rtieKnciiKMa AUKKT Tuft M APE if FERTILIZERS. '
j rr instance wa in I town :.Sunday.friend cLiig .
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? that Major McKinley and Mrs.McKin- *. : Pear .111 sill), Dollie Rich '
I.*) did hot favor the holding! the Will Staring received letter front" a anNoii Kliiitr :anal Cl: rence tiubh, .lId
I. v. call the atUutioo (cifib peopU of Bay BitM-ayn to one stock of Stapl
u-ual inaugural Itall. It now' trant- Saginaw, Mich., firm asking if' he Frank' Davis.juiie and Fancy Qrocerum:;,Fruit stud Food PnJucU ul all kind; also our stark of Grain .
) i j pirmlhal Mr. Manna, who has charge would have iUOI.tOfOl. ,'ucumb..nd. ( a niimlwr whose names-do not Hay, Bran Cotton H: .*i Meal. Ground Furl aud'WbML :, ... .

jof' the arrangement. has stated that other garden truck reedy f<]>r .the. 1 appear alMive milled only one day .
I We are the onlj[ house on Bay Biaca)ne dealing exclusif el)4D.' the aboTe line of.
i the inaugural ball will be held a* Christmas trade ,and he "an weredweet Attiisr'ulilit) .superintendent W. .1.Ifidur'rr .. I good. We boy cloee anti will sell close. \VeuiTiteyonrcorreopoodencoandeolicityourpeirouage.

;! usual : that it ii a time-bonuredcustonl "nit." viiled. the ",.'hunl'UII the ? : Very truly E. L. BRADY CO. 1-ly-if

7'Hr Smiled iinMiut rrqtiirrd t4i in connection with the n.urural.r. Peter Peterson brought in a intl isi'.t. and expressed. himself! as well tf t '..

pay pvntion* J7r the )rir rfidiiig June I' e emonies and there'i is no reason why it potato 24! inches long and 12 inc iej inImOck. pleased with the apparent condition T .

JO! 1SVJ, according to the rrport ofUtrcrrttry -boulU be omitted now. We presume circumference, grown on the the school and work tlt'illg.duo here.Histiil J
: Carlisle, i* a* great at evrl will have his into Wash I i occurred the cold whetwe '
Mr.- Hanna way. Mr. Linton will take ii{(ton on day
over (iM.uGO.uxA). The pension roll another where Mr. had the lo\\'t';tendance. "
| Here i i- instance as a sample of what Florida ca pro
tbsorbf oWr one-third ,oT ill of L'nclt* W. A. U. HOBBB, Teacher. -
will havy---uu opportunity to this at 1 inter
Hanna We
( saw potato I.
::;.m', '"(00.":' .' ;' trateJiui power. The corre- - '
Jeuion> Wednesday and can testify to
.- ---- .---". -- j puudingeearetary'of the National. \Vk II. Ed.] itj.iU.- Lemon City Gleanings."The : .
1. J.nu: Kobi hould proviirc a copy! of :j Ie. :T. L has ...ot. letter to PresidentiElWt lion. W. S. Linton is a L-eiuou City Base Ball Club'

the city ordinance from Mr. Bodge. McKinley-stating that she was building un Atlantic avenue which will give a coitcert Friday night atPierces l' .

f I'brit) jail i. aluitnt complete'and .'I authorized at the recent national convention will be occupied by Mr. Steven* whohas" Mall. After' the concert. there : .

, municipal. omVer* are not 'at all of the W,; C. T. I'. held in St. assumed the management t>f the will be a dance.
letter of, appreciationto improvements The nUS'8al" over Sunday failedto I; rO\VN\ NO''\" .oN SALEA.EK1NGSLEY.
averse to fratingthe city law "whenever Louis to "write Model Faim, Among the mat y; JIlTS.

an opportuuil) utft'rt. particu .. yourselt and your moat gracious ma e is the setting.*, ul of naturialize., The score stood to !9 \
I I abstinence principles } ill fat or of Lemon City. The best contested ,
larl!)-the military ordinance. The) j wife" for the total ornamental trey*in the public par pulling P

will) In remit in their duty if the) do I I that you are said to Late maintained palm trees at every street )rllt'r game ever played on the f .

tauter that all the ordinances, are '. ; for so many years, and'the just on Atlantic avenue. from the /'. sal. to ground.

strictly. rl f rc..d. I'I, ground we have for believing that the Swinton 'avenue, 'clearing the M-rub The Miami Plumbers will 'play thlIrums '

.1 .. !!! Ire of intoxicating liquor will be excluded from' the avenue and giving the Uivru.the ; City team Sunday. .' .
I I from:the Whit* Mouse during '. appearance of a ..14".wal 'ii !f A 'number of Miami peuple witnessed .. .
rJt 'LkVKL.M.1 intimate ver!) i .
( 1 administration. Knowing' we while body wears a nails' the game Sunday. ; L if
your liage, every _
that uiut drop in I '
I outlet-tii strongly wjtb Spain and Cuba ,eryoou. I'I'I do the weight your name and position it,the effect: produced. Capt. 11t'1II1.U'X"P and Mr. $', uuninghaiu General Agent for Mrs. Julia' D. Tutle..,, ,r

nut carry', we feel that a great victory TbecitizensmetSundayafters: -rice of Fort Lauderdale, were in. s __ ,
He"neiulo! favor the purchaseof .
;I will be won for righteousness by your to; decide on the location of a- church Lemon City: '1 ....:odsr. i v .' e I
the itland.of tossing: Tbi compelled countr to) keep getting up itun.taat attitude in this so vital a matter.! It. which we hope.will" materialize,i iu !the Capt. .Brit" -Hu''!.ell and wife re Prices From '$100 ,to $1,000 Per Lot According Location '

wear) and expensive police patrol will now be in order if Mr. Uannaposset near future. Tber, !waa a differeijce of turned home Ja., t week, and will remain r ,

f the whole coasuoprevent!! filibustering '>e. the power with which be is opinion in regard to the sites offered home all winter. Capt. Russell's i: RAILROAD FARE to Miami over the FlcrtJa East Coast Railway will U re
; <> Which get away itspite i credited: to state to the press that the which was ..finally settled,by rele:tang steamer: the "Gem," of the .State funded to eACh purchaser of a lo, provided purchaser will produce receipt lor neb
expedition of clue watishina.Tat & > neighborhood of the Potomac flat at those on they corner of Atlantic( and Board of Health has been laid up at fare which receipt will be received in cub in part payment for lot. .

.. ; Washington is_ proverbial: for its Swinton Avenue. ; 'flilll pa. .
-4. .. malarial atmosphere and that be sees A Urge supply of the choicest tropical T. E. :Savage: has bold his beef busi- :air.re: :! : : .

cable from Xas,au, which appeared Mr. McKinley 11t'1' bur-who took charge
no, good reason why: plants has been forwarded to V. b.Linlon r

in the Mcmorou: lea week,'i should not keep a little snake-poison' from Washington which w ill beset ol it lat-: Iluo.lay.Fazzar.I .. ... HOTEL MIAMI I / i

contained the lint information that in the White House in case any-of the out in various, places in th vjlliage. ..
Monticello" had beet Makes Some, uggeitions.h ,
'of family
the City I I member* of Mr. :McKiuIey's :' .h". .
chartered for the run between Miami i become affected with malaria, the Siring beans, lettuce, radi be and ,. KbifuK After reading your i Miami, FIe-

, cud Kaesau during the coming season! i| W. C. T. U. to the contrary: notwitb-- cucumber*, fresh from the garden i are article' relating Mr. WaddeK. experience I :

. ,' b;e hare made arrangement whereby i standing. among our every day luxuries.A with escorting !Grangers .....
.' \ e expect to present our reader with I part of Saginaw and Bay City, from the railroad wharf and the necessity i Chase &
JVeient cable from Nassau during the t Mich., business men will arrive ,njD"a of a foot path 1 think I will venture Harney
turning few month,imparting matter* THE ,KNIGHTS 07 LABOR.We Winter will to mention another affair that' if aInc
a private car. collage ?
, ,11 general. interest.Tee publish in another column an b.:! built on the; ocean front by a iiumb the right partite would-take in hand uran-ca., ------

"t I article entitled "Knights of Labor',' ter of tb,w.Congressman. they would add much to the importance -; '. ,_ .Fert11J.zer:
of Miami and tC'OIlH'lIit'lIce of manypeople. ,. #
taken issue of the New will'leave
1 heartily with E. A. t from a recent Linton .this
,: We agree It 'i i ill relation lo wharf or -REPRESENTING THE-
f about the necessity'. of a good York Tribune. It !seems that the .et"k. Friday to resume tm i in

.;,f thoroughfare 1'adJelI near.the river from Ateuue j officers who are now in. in control favor of of "this'D Cobgrew., .He will be up dutil'i the ami.!'uilable The.landinjr travel place and for I/attic boats of at small Mi- I Peon' Mutual Life Fidtjity t) and Casutlty Uupny, aid.ill biding Fire c"'puiti. .
the steamboat wharf and some'Kgbts' great organization winter.The .
J, to secret work with stronger Y boat, to and from Miami has become Special on dwelling property for three and flee yean. '
to guide the unwary,, stranger entirely new local editor of the us
quite an item and the only I place to go
I .yainlt mishap: But our city has de ,, obligations. The was in town Wednesday! taking note of ALSO JlniDEXT Aoiim roeHALL'S
and come i$ at the little wharf calledity
we are "good deallike at the annual meeting of the order the many changes which have taken! "
.1{ rapidly
F said in its : "At' (: wharf, there are time when thislittle
moving into a new house held recently report place in Linton since he and his f mil ,
: I! a family wharf i is completly.blockaded. And brokers in Fertilizers and Fertilizer MatenaJa. .
last the time has come when the lines in October ;J
straightened out yet, first visited I.mton ,
l W* have not got with boats and there is no chance for ;x' R. IXtaR2 T :: r. .
21'tary'PubUc State
drawn betweenlburera : aL Z
in good .sea-on. We are .of battle -are'fairly. eforeany settlers arrived in the sg..
r J
( i\erything other boats to touch it and when one UJ-lf .
i f confident a road to the ,teambott of America on one t and aid town. ; '. fLORIDA. ...
'nil his boat i is liable be
touch it to
enemies the money or
will b* provider,bortl). their implacable ; We note that in tKe old wild nye ,
:: the other. damaged h) thin jym ..r his. boat is likely I II '
their minions
kings and on rove which "'U'ut back last l tall '
r1ba: --.i-.r------' .f *" I This 'doctrine dictated by Grand' and budded later, that there are I to b<* crowded' into the way for the ; J. W. WATSON / {

t Tex fioa'l count of the Presidential j Master Sovereign is far different from new 'grape fruit buds showing'' a ferry, '1 tarn there is' crowding and ,
Dakota was completed a jf the whole of Maimi laidilly DEALER IN I
of South the jamiiig a+ -
; vote that advanced by Powderly. during growth on)the.old sour orange *t 'kof
f Bryan's majority overilcKinleyls I leet. waterfront. What / '
Iwdayago. he at its head. Under ( twenty
many years was over six feet, which bate to be propped
less thin-:!( ; tbr? Prohi- interest will it be when the boat* really do1c Hardw
1 the rule of Powderly a common -
up until they harden to keep t itai reShipChandlery ,
l.iliou candidate for President received,' between the employer and the I from brakioldowo.I' .uir! When the truck growers from'the ,

w),"otft.This was a c.e..be-re the Pro* employed .recognized.. If the new Some tree which c'ame' Keys come up. in guud*rsh, when .
Libit on party controlled, the balanceof In this connection it is also : They will all have frequent
p kwer. believe that his employer i* his implacable amSfeamboat
; and were set out in W. S. Lint ins'grove Supplies.
of note that the official vote of from errand'* to Miami and these! boat! bring
worthy ;no good can come
enemy in the hammock show remarkable '
has been ,canvassed and diilUrs to the dealers Miami. Plaints and Oils. "
of many
Haesacbusettt, the Knights of Labor. The object growth and have several neirly
UcKlnlej .ha .a plurality! peer Bryan labor organization ha been to pre. matured pomegranates upon them. Much haIwen lid! about little boats : Farming Tools l 'and, Aniunition.Carpenter's .
Ifarrison' pUrty& the : .in Miami river, but' .
of oveI7t(0., fent.fictioD between the employer and i -mCocoiaat. .- blocking way !
only Sfl,000f the time is near at hand when Miamiier : ,
iu.lfci was : employed and to prevent strike Orova.Mr. Tools a Specialty. -
will have,boats int III thick as 1.J-loI..
J I which are injurious to both and effect r .,
and 1Ir..'Bro.o. of :
Chicago ar .
bas decided not to.1 satisfactory settlements by arbitrai bees in a l.ee ..h. They are!. going to -
Tat City Council. rived this week to spend the "iot"r.ttbt' Miami and tiovvwill they get there ifthey ",
of Edwin Nelson, :i i .. How can any good come of an .
.grant the request Peacock Inn. Their son will arrive don't. g'> up the river 'fbe'Dlur.
.king that the fire .ordinance, bejmradrd.o organization which declares a. certain ,next week. Mr. Brown is now en! gag.igpilutsfor Duals the more money' for Miami. THE NEW BAKERY.l .
as to. permit him to proceed class to be its implacable enemies, In a two weeks' cru iJl!t of .In connection with the walks' suggested ; '
t with tbe onstruction of his frame w Lkh amounts really to a declaration Hunting. 1 to the railroad wharf there ,
; fishing wharf the entire distance ,
could btpub1 t: of
b Street, west PaeMDgu Depot. '
iron. of i which it proposed to ,
covered with corrugated war (I' carryIon McDonald wharf
building Col.John A. has returned from the pre-x-nt city toe
"every. member of the council fell. kindly J j by "secret: work with stronger from a few weeks visit to Eustis. I U. railroad wharf and this would Rye, '

.uisposed toward ilr. Xebonand sym-,|i obligations." We have no use for the Mr. Harlan Trapp has returned ,. ;ropers eery Weil with' the other ex- presl I I Vienna #H ,Bread .iH ,.,
< to make finecity. -
bin in hit predicament" employer* who would subject their t"lI'1' work' going on ? ..
ptthiied with from the north where he has bFen \\iu. FLzzaao.CUILSR. .
Home Made
t &..t'personal feelings were not.permitted employes to a condition of serfdom and spending the summer. Iu.: ,. t/rt.'S:S. l n4iG. ::1 If .

to nave: *njr weight in ,the, matter. I duce wages to a point looms : :I Graham, -- \
I Tnecouur1la> led that It could not patable with a decent living: but weive.just ,
; f I Baked daily and Delirered Free to any part of town. '
treat the-Nelson c.se" an exception.'rue a* little use lor any man orbody 1CEl >
only question was whether the I of men whose time i is spent in : : RoUe.BanerCakee.riee. Everything fi rat- .... Specialty of trash raafecUou* ,
lire ordinance' was more strict formenting strife between the em and note. I bathe most modern aDd flret-claee 0...... Picnic and xonreionpartiee ..
rating I
tun necessary In providingprecau- f plo'er..nd. the employed and that Distilled. Water... ,.# .j orders Promptly Filled furniabed. short[ notice.. ADAM: MATER Proprietor.'
against fire. After consideration seem u be the intention and mission I f' : .

t.jns of the subject it was deemed wise of Mr; Sovereign and the executive Miami Ice Co,. S |N. Gladwin Mang'r. 0'T"passenger.DI.mM'depot.I deliver' CTtfrtUnf f tree of chArf. Kentmbct 1M place,I3th. Street.1-6-ti-g]QM*wetf. \ ..I.
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One"of Our Subscriber Correct a the character of liter-oil I! ;)
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f typographical- Error. lay of the lau.l: in uutliem IjJ<,: ort //r\iami\ I J .PRACTICAL, f vw-nrv. : ': 5i r',+'_ '\.

KEY W asr. FLA.. '1Jtoc. t. feud.. county:: he )113.. 'Wen .coiuiilenJ tin t I I iteS,;; t ...

I- Dr. W alter 3. Uriham, ....IDA.FU. our high, rock: l.uuUeii tilIrntly Shipwright J ,! .!.Jr. ".' .
Mr DKAK L>ocro. :-I have read the" ; '" Caulker and in :c, }. ;:;
aJaptr.l! to Itl't"! culture 'ui.
bi.turical.ketcbof 1 Dalla
i Fort as published -
1Iauo"puu. that in time extensive! : ,anil.piofii .t.I! !( I Spar Maker j
iu the with a great"
,'. tiiteuniU uould cnltixitcii ii; THE THRIVING SUBURB I
deal ef interest. I know that you prefer ,* t .

being absolutely correct alwayso this \icinil\ MarineRai! '.

you should make Mr. MorcnoVdhvold R R. McN ruiick, 11-ij.: .\. I IvSiuiiuon ways
old gentlemanname read Fernando: and Boat SI . ;>v E..c q., _jnJ other. hjvtiteiiioiiitrjtctt : "
J. Moreno and not Fernando II. a* attention All work done with and .
: Special: aid to laaocb neatoea dispatch.t
the : in an rs1Ktimrnt.rtav | i!I V FIFTY LOTS SOLD THE FIRST WEEK!II
you Pardon libertyI
nowhjveit. j' Hbop south aide Miami river near tbe bridge a.dNbreidMares'
take la this matter but I thought )UU that gritpe,. sill gn u well on i .
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.. would prefer r\en in ;so mall a matter our ttulin.iry iinky' puie Ijti.l-. :nt.l lliuvxnon I I i 'Pri 'f .
being correct. Fernando J. Moreno the Ley* ..ome \tt\ lima. :Size, .lath, 100. I <" i $50( to $100; $10 to $20) cash and 1 __ .

lived here for United $10) wont of each l lot.' GEORGE B'
many years was anal i old I Truing, \ine:* can I 1K: -eeiiNow per II" .Alh.y.in rear BARKER .
State: Marshal for the Southern" ;;U.-i One mile from the business, centre of. Miami .
; : CoineV 1:. M. ()ul..,;*, t I.r'. proper'
sri of Florida before the rarand
) again held tin* ..bU' omV under President noted 1 aiithoiitt "'n ,frjjn- 'njtiuic.holus East: of the rail oatl, close fo the Hay. Buy a .i\\-&tWa ;chmaker and Jewelers .

': /i CU-dand' Ant administration, a msJe Mich .a ..u j lot now Wh11t'tthty? may be had cheap.. ,

: I resigning on. account *>f health, and \ ineV4rtliitaiuiJne inakri in j lettcr ,I 1 I PtTOFFICE BCILDIKO, MIAMI,FLA.Kepainng ..

>- fli/,( rruioviug to lVu>acola. lli. sister to J. E. Ingr.liJin 1"I',"tthi.licuntirm.af I I prowptl'and' carefully aittuded to. All work*gnaranteed.NuvU .
married $. K. 1Iall ru;, ( ,the Nay in hand
felt BOBBINS & CHILLINGWORTH. -U'if | A fnll line of spectacle and eyeglasses always on
/ : we li.tve In rei GRAHAM _
'_ Jefferson Davi cabinet: hence Mr.Mureno __ __ __ :
is the, uncle of $.' R. Mallory, g.n.llo; graprcultutein thi.1'iillily.GIApe. 4

.' .. th ?juungiT- who 'has revently rvpreMntrd ( 'at the *eaon of thee.ir', \ .

,1t the First l'ubrl't'HiuoallHttrict the can l II e 'shipped from heieMl I; 1'13\'I( BROWN'S BRICK BUILDING MIAMI.. \
: of Florida, iu Congress fur two terms. ,I
way> bring Vtrrv high piioe*, aiult ) I -
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t t-o.iJe" sine is ( fart e
> a staple pri>- u.t
but eving how. it ran have
bearing on your sketch of Fort Dalla which the Jcm..uJ"". i it immense. Now S Your Chance t .

tYours truly, Gio. ft'. \u.n. Errvnrwcumetuhen clearing up ; '! BUSINESS and RESIDENCE.

I .. .. his land hould) devote at )le.i-t an -TO sTAKT A .

Extends Thanks.COLIMBU acre. to grjpes. .' LEMON : i =

., a:I:: C., Dec.t, 1SWJ. There Is1 no finer fruit '(l.r I Lome. GRAPEFRUIT ILOTSF '
tVaker ,
3 rrabaq IVUor.U! the. MctropuU ,
consumption, and with plenty of t I ,
U.4a Sin: lvthank you very much OR ORANGE GROVE. -

., for the peer containing tbe marked grapes in season and"rai'in.. and ; tu order to aliinnlate Mud encourage the growing of ritrns,fruit iu southern. Brevard Now For Sale : ;"
article of v, much interest to me and wine stored for use the and Dad couoli the Florida East Coast Railway will during the next .
away year
mine. \ i: *odAfl. make .a redifetiou, of fifty per Bent io.ll'f-i igbl rates on f' I
I a ni to be able to it in and the teceixed in 1
glad preserve
round .
money : stock its line of'1'itneville.J.
nursery over to points aoutb
.number o very interesting it among the a form treasure and uyed shall return for what you thip:, you will : E. INGRAHAM, Prices Fp $100 to $$1,000' Per Lot .J

for uiy d ldr.a. It -wa indeed kind have gone a long'way toward solvnjj N..T.. 17' !;"<>. Laud Couiuil,.ioier. St. AuU,tiD.. ,
.of you tu tend it. ::Sincerely novC two r
,K... 3ii>u. GUI........ the problem' of providing tour According to Location .'

(Mr, Gille pie'> maiden name' wa family with ail'they need to \u"lainlift' ::1

Harriet) Englitb. She U a gran- in health and comfort.Ve V J". T. .EA PER, .
daughter of Harriett English and a *\ append cop of the letter (.Successor to Duren A Feaster) I
: 1 nicer of William F. English wboe .'BaUroad fare to"Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway will be refunded to l
mentioned from: Mr. Dubois to Mr. (Ingraham. each purchaser of a lot, provided purcbaaer well"prodnoe receipt for such fare which j
name were frequently 'l>.J'F ".'t. FLORIDA a WESTERN MEATS eceipt will be reeeited aa cash in part pa)meut for lot.,- "' .. ;
historical ?
r, in our article in oaa ttion LA "0 .19' I

o with Fort Dallas.-ED:1 1 Mr.. J. E. Iflgrahim. dall on JOHN B. REILLY, Agent, .

fit. t m i 0 i :'1. Augu lille. Fla.' : A First-Class l Stock at all times. Near Hotel Miami | Fort Dallas Land Company Miami .
He Likes tUvM etropolis.MASCH DEAR SIR' The other ;Java hen ,

'.. &/TU, lr-D*<. 1, 1W0.Tetat I[ saw you I forgot to tell you that 1.1)'-hte 2v la.ml rlort 1a.I Or J. INGRAHAM J, Vice-Pres't, .

.t III L. Editor of Tn Mnaorout: this summer I secured from Miami I I .
,Fort Dallas Land Co. St. Augustine Fla.
l10lffJlorth ,
.' DKA 'Si: *:-Tb November 27tb certain kind of grape that thrives '
: number of the MIAMI MxiBoroua well on the kex >.. I was very much -

I V reached me toniay. It speaks for tbc surprised to find that'it was:identical: Money r4oneyI.MoneyI! i

push and enterprise of iu owner who with the Flame Tokay,*' one of '
: Miami
w pare able to .issue" such. a newspaper in a the best market grapes xxe have andpure Town Lots .
. .. place which year ago contained Jess a blood European gl ape. I _
thin twentypeople. Iti. a credit If that variety thrive many other '

both to the town and its publisher European varieties<; undoubtedly I :These Bar ain in Furniture.: /' '

and certainly deserves success. 1 herewith would, and would be very profitale -V Do You Want Them !

enclose ytw money order for: Itt ) to'raise. They ripen-
t, for one year's subscription. same grape in California,and I tvr.uM l Chairs GOo Floor Matting Window Shades Oak .

It".. I Yours truly, Oco. S. AJUDEC.t sell all oxer the Southern State*, .; We Have Got Them ..
not peafcin
t i f Advertised Letten.r they would ,at'the time have no V line at remarkably low-prices. '

r ". List of unclaimed letters at tbe post competition. The question is would ..I "O'nd.erta1dngan:1 %n'ba.lnlnir .. Ranging in Price Fronv$3O. to $150.
hey do as well on the main land a< '
i jl office at Miami Fla. Dee. 1, ISMS. on the iland.? ; 1 i 'A Selected Li't Oft Bay Biscayne Property. I
i: Adams Bakery Avery H W A. I this would interest I I ,; V Call or write EDWIN NELSON, I
t Albert W E Arnold H S thought : Fruit Trac and: Cheap Lank for I "ttment.. .
Anderson EArmstrong Aulick EAnderson some of your pro'pective !settlers 1 ; .12tffra Eleventh SU near Avenue D. Miami. '
Win FloBullard wanted to know of it.nrulv. Fro Proof, Bearing Orange Groves.! .
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Binton BeebeGeo Charlotte Bartls J A YOU1" / ,I I.I- '' No: i Phosphate Lands. "
E.M.'DVBois.Everybody .
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Bouinar G X Bigelow .. I ': V Choice of !
; Black onI, H Bell Jesse I Io ,' Property Every Description
.f f' Berry LizxieBounds Britt J B .*}, the MCTKOFLIS' u a''I ::0r. Litt e Snake Creek. "
'. J T Binteshaw J F ,ood paper. V?* Live tiifd.to-make it .., 1 ,,. V MOST LOCATION ONBOTH{ THE EAST AND '
Bryant Lee Balot X ao spate of UM doll season we Lave paa- I I Lave 12*. acres A high grade pine.:..bam mock awl I'' COAST. '
Lizzie 2 CookJMCooper brooch and the unparalleled afnupency I WEST. .
Cosby I prairie I..d.lor ale (cheap to clo e an e!!taie These *
.I Campbell Mary CCDrumbar of the> money' market. T .oN.ilI DOW lands lie toyetbcar j at south of the point when the line 1 ,
'I i Cbristain T M G E i shortly improve and tbe best wwaon of ; pf the F. R. U. Rllil"r1 crosses the creek 'aud are sait- For whatever "ou want in the line of information's to the location,
j Douglas J K Dukes Gen 2Denmon be year u approswhiD We hope to I; atii>' for flrmi aa a 'wbola or for dit i.ioo into !lots or price and! terms of of thee proprieties address 0 ,' ,
't Dunlop Ret H L oake tbe paper much LtoIter than aver. : smaller firm: The {railway, rune through tue Jaod in a I i' V '.
J Dank* F Demise ADaniels Please lend at >onr aid. lell your 1 north'and Ulirb direction. There \+ a grove of wild VV '
,f B Everett Mrs M rieoda about )our,local paper aud trite rnstard apJ.lt"CI'oD tbaotl land together with wild pawpawa. .. :E:. Waddell; :
Mrs AFeller Fitzpatrick A bam to aabaoribAleu pleas. *i.d u.n..of 'I .
Everett mulberries, ele.cash I[ will Mil three landa for one third 1.1-tf-f. ,2i.2iami. Fla. ,
Frederick Mrs TGardner bood. '
J the your neighbor I aLd balance on i:Air terms with liberal diacoant for
B Green Mrs Grade entire C D Givens MGarrVtt Tb. Florida Keys 'are known by; name .
f Gayle j.ly to Cas. S. AiiAMa. No. 12: 'and 14 Law Exchange,
Goar Miss A Geo F.. all over tbe United titatee. Vert' few peo- { V Jacksonville, Fla. decll-3m-h.-fs .
Godfrey Gibson C FUurbes pie however have any conception of *Lat ,,I t .
Gloner E W H they are hk.. .
'.. lIelltmaor Jackson ClarisV --. I I, woo DS & cogs; : .
't Jones W tf Johnson Biley We would be glad to bare a display !,,.- --"'- -- -::7'c;: : : =:.:.. _-" __ .I .
:! .J.cobri Jenkins M adTe'rtiremeot from every merchant, bo :I '1 V :,
H Jones CJenkins :C.a.1er. I. .
Johnson tel and I '
boardiof-booae keeperorprofe.swnal I
Johnson man on the ..y.0 inch .-
14 Lewis Mr L LycbesJJMills flea or professional card only eosti bnai'l :'j'j Fine Wines
Liquors -
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\, Lyon Mrs A L fill) a rear. Sorely it will'bet worth ,
filler Maryiturchison Many E S much to yor in a paper.wbicb eireulatM Beers and Cigars. '
i J Humbert A G la every State in tbe Union and wl fa-b M 1 Bottled Goods and
MerritfMrsNM"Panner ,.
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JtcCrory Buv
read in almost every borne on }DeJay. '.
?, Morris J C W'PinderJ Tbe more p.lrooaga given* C. B. KINJOTT,. Gen., Supt Jug Trade a Spe
Porter C J'Patterson be better paper wecan make, and w. ,. Pool and Billiards.
J H Phillips R .J it .. cau' ': cialty. ]
Preston J II Ralph P will make joat aa rood we ST. .\1'iI. STIXJo I d .. r. ].
Ruth Rev R ALCAZA -Jirri. P. *AVE3.:: Maoarer
Reynolds Reynolds J T F.* Roberta Chat E SberUTa Sale. Open Novriutx-t lt lo May 1st.A. Apot.e for,New.Orlea&a. and Mobil Beer. All -kinds. of CM Good ..

I 11 Roddy Mitt L attachmentsad CASINO.. ... T.t -Los. :sti.: .- .
Reed under situ bjr Tirtur U a kvj; ol Pool .
1 Jwimmiug KttMUa and Turkifli Baths.i
Rose N Simpson E LStroohn c rcuti,Mi Uvunfout of tbf Gent: Court ol j MIAMI I FLA
D F SbepardJSirber i,I' PONce >E LEON-WILLIS MCKKAY..Yawgers 4 ra
Dade Count), Florida M rusr lbirm IM-DJ- Upeo itiaury 10 Ajol tL ,
Sullivan M E JStevenson tug.bnriu J. E.Lumoiuf i. .....U.IIIItd I, B. March.
CORDO AaJu vote Open during February and
; Smith Miss M J A Goodwin atd J. C, Middlriuu are drfriuljuu, V J
t. Sibl L Smith: C J I win feU all nblic aurtwo in runt U the LuiM DIOIONII.PALM I I TACKlS' ON, )

Thomas L Thorn WW tag hereinafter drul>r.J<- THE ORMOND-ANDERSON & PRICE. Uu.jers.
l, Tbarston .Jis" V Thompson H A County,Florida,dur1i (}Le kpl hours ol *tk, .' Open December to April .
f. Vaughn W Jrt. "lalOO Geo ootbr eel diy of Juujujr \. D. Imo! tu the BEACH. Sail Maker and Riggers
Wedeubury J White and br b ddrr,; '
WtnnWWoodrourb l aifbt Iur Bash the loUoAtuprrtonal ROYAL f OINCIANA-FRED ;Manarer. / .
J Walker- Mrs DBS property The tuiUiof known a*the Open January to AJ>iu. .I ek.nv111.. Florid.av.
White H .
H IV East V'oait Re5t ur nt awl the out building LPALM BEAC INN-FRED 9TEBRY.M u& er. ,
Womble Geo W Wood AD txkMiy1itto; u_,'situated upon lots 9 sad tool T Open December to Xj. .
vrilkerton 0 W Womble Maggie Uock 19 north ol City ol Mumi as platted by 'ALM BEACH. CASINO-E.A. WATSON'Suprrtnt'odeut. Steamboat. Nettings, Awnings, Tents and Tarpaulins a
\ Zelikman T : Sail water fooL curt '
4y. Young A. L Knowlton. 1mminr
StellaA..A. BKICKELL, P. M. Dated Pec.t, 199C. Bithing. FltUiof from Oc.*n Pter. 4 Specialty. /
t .41 B.J.Calula'iwolTH. .MIAMI, : '
Do you not want torn business carda Sbtrifl Dade County,Fla w ROYAL ALM-H. W. MERBiLL.Manager.On FOB, SALE: -A cabin boat, 25 feet long, 10 feet broad. In
i full bead sutomenu.or euenlara? Remember Boaaui,GKAHAII A CHU.U>SWO TH.dec4decS fclscayne Bay.,, O January 1st,1907. f '
printing ink pays. Attorneys. tor Plaintiff. Send for Souvenir. *of East Coast to Gene al Office St.A.uiutun. dee 4-tt. ;' .- good condition. Cheap.
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MOST VALUABLE I; a while., too, the- plants aid in their. Another old clearing, partly Dike the lug to preserve the moisture, and to, Notice for-Publication. I NOTICE ..

FRUIT own cultivation by MO (covering' the last named, surrounded by an old, rook ......... extent srrtilug' a* a .natural f.lilitt'r. ..,.i': LAZhurnraATiiAixEru.LtFu.i. I Notice. U hereby gars that I will on the IMlu 1!

11 J ground about them with their own refute wall so typical of Bincayne bay, i i.; lie al""u"'II..hu".r, plrutIof y.1. Nutl.-e U giirli Swrwbrrl:'.1_.. day of December. A. I". I9W: apply &o Ilie lion.
I I' linrbjr that the t lhiwlugintwe.t A. K.: HryM-r Oniitr Judge of Dade County.
The Banana Contains All of the Food j leaves as effectually to preventany what in known an the Hunt Mlare, a { land that ii i almost. free from rock.', I Mrltlrr has Slid Itulirr. of lir (luu-iitK Fkm.U .! JulIO, Florida fur authority to sell

EllentialJ.- other growth in .their Immediate perfect labyrinth of orange auto lemon : ei.idei about fifteen acres of Iliwk I tu mate Steal POM. !m .itp|+irtul 1 hm.I.h....u,) au undivided oue-ixln (O..) interest of Frank

I vicinity. trees, giant oleander and hibi, cui, land ai rich a* any in the state of that ...1" pru.J; slit U Made twlorr. A. K. ';1..- $C. I'tiuirl. a mIo.rlu and so the followingle ..
maul I'. 8. l/uuulMloiirr. at t'......Ullt J
iirolr Florida
eatateIsDinlrl'iwnly. ,
ITS uP WILL So generous is the fruitage of this tamarinds, eoc.atiuti. sea graties and Florida.' On this land, beside lomaitoe < ilUd real
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AX Kla., on Dec. Is bites : Frank I'uU.kl. of
JIfDEIDU iNL rU t.vwit Lot. user (ItwuY6three) ( (J' aud four
ITS lUu JWrz AND Tit= CLOTH.I extraordinary plant that its fruit other tropical growth, all eloping I ., Mr. hue hat succeeded. I in, raising I Bu ua VUla.! ...... bouiolvad ::1,511 lor the tl>and: the nortlt..... quarter of be unitheait1lwrter
-' product was estimated by Baron Von down toward' one of the moat beautiful bauanait which, .on the authority of I north !jullb.uurthwrsl.ecltuuCsuit uurtbJ I of .tertian sixteen (iG,. In Uiwnihlpl

B.galra a Damp .Ruck Soil But One. H urn bold t to be IM: times greater than spot on the coast Perhaps [it was people "'ho have actually lived i in those Si J of uurthcaiM. srt.Hull' N I4i ru.bl|> att south i )-.lx (4C> south of niiiKv fortr.three (ItS

a Plaate4 Take. Can. of JtaaU.. that or wheat, 'and fourty-four time toe sight of what trees would do in .roiibtrie, hate compared favorably raiticc She uaiurs K ra.&.the follow. lug wltnets to prom east. A F. (rinar.A .

more than that of potatoes. In otherwords i Biscayne Bay soil at these old l.llt"U'-' (I I with, the l>e i bananas pntduced! in her roiitluuoui rr.ldrliiU|...n..ud,'ulll'alkm41't.I. I' Kxerutor: of. the Pilate of <....,..- W.. Hunt, .
If onror. m Youth' Cou,, :,nion. if a cl"rtalra.UP'. of ground ments, which encouraged taw t" than ( (:....Ir.I.\lIlt"ri.: .. and the W..t Iniliet.And 1 .. laud sic WlilUiu A Hal.lw..r. I.rl.resr.l.
The .l Kla I'ltarlr* K .!I'.r. wl Mi.uii, "'1... I It'n.is.. fiaH,ii ('atLU+...OKTH, vxf
banana which alone Of fruit would produce thirty-three pounds of .anything else tbe numbers .of homesteaders this was .cc uii.lilied. absolutely rrnlk n Hor.roiMtaiuFla.P.il Mririle, 11.I'i.: ...f.7+ Altoner)4 >., .. \...-......r.e .
po-M' 84'I all UK e.entiaU to. tilt'| sus.! wheat, or ninety-nine of potatoes, and others who during the I I I without the use of a particle of fir: I wl.Nut LrIIHHI. .u ,4..-.1). .',II IliI .J.,. N. Balder, It.t''r. i NOTICE.:
I j
of human life, i i. 'worth more an equal area of bauaua laud would past five year or so.hate beenresdy tiliser. Mr. Ihle hay for several neaHIIIH -
that under and
Ni.tire ii lii-rrlij); gitru by
than all the other, anti i i" thu! I' yield lllsi pounds of fruit, containingall to brave the future and put out gro\e* past| put ina good sited. crop of Notice for Publication. I iirttini.:
) the must valuable fruit in the world. the life-sustaining properties of along and near the eoa.<*t of Mi ..-.) ne ;i \ejfetalile with marked. uccei*. One Lash! errs IAr It&1aLi rtet'la.twrwt.rr Court <.f Dade r"n"I,., Florida In a certnln
t \ .,
EnD with unit already holdi iu own 'both wheat and (potatoes. Ton Hum- Bay. We would like to gne a full ear, ell one quarter of an ...r..i.. :. Xotlie i< hrrrby glees that tbcuaiucil 1 1..110".0 Iw t rUMtheifiu ieiidiliK w IM rein the A. F. Sb pHardware I

1 when compared with any other fruit, i bold t also! asserted that the arable history of these. interesting! olds\ fOllOt"| ; I,. uiimliH"--lie_ made o\er <1MI( ', which. I M-lllrr h.. fllt-J UolU'r ul lti< iulrbtiottluuiake high pioutudwudO.tl Cou W >)|>bre"an' )',lit a!I..rorMirailoo",,'rnd.cuI.lb., i. '

while in ome rouiitrie*. .Africa furl lands of Central America alone can but, besides mentioning that tb- Hunt showy what skillful ietrcisive< culture rual |>rooliu...vi.'r.1 huiUlui. and uuJ,-iKUrd will oRVr leer ..I..u the bigbriatidbr .t

instance-it* tuition ill I an important I produce! enough bananas to feed the property i. in chancery acid oractirall un gtHHl toil) will do in this climate.. this alj proolwlll lx unwlv Jx-iore .A. K. Mminoui .t bidder,. for cast. l/ror the dc.,, ..t tli.
I U i. ('uwwl..luurratC.i-oueut t .
as that of heat in the United .. I world.It deserted.we. hate nowonl 'In. In CoJilluin-il Next wrch ; liiotv.Kl Court Ilouxr at Juno lUde ('..tlut, Florida,
.SUtes : ) ; upaceto '..
_. tt':, IhWiU: Jol.u I'oUkkl. on the isle. day of J"U'IHU. A. 1*. l-.,TTtbe same
1 or rice.in China. .Over the larger part is now generally admitted. that speak of the other improvem'tats in -4_.-. -----"- Uufi Vint. KI... bou>c,leil -.'.:">', 'It.r IW U-lui( the Dint U..u
yfthe Dark Continent the banana i i. the banana i i. indigenous only' to the the .neighboring, and of the grie\eland 11 i* often "uitiitery bow a- cold baa Dor.bw.. l *. 0' uorlb" .i' ',. uurlhra'ol '0 tat tier htHiis bf II u'rhMi.,. a. w. aud :i u'llork,
the been "caught.: The fact is. bow v.r, Uurlbwctl '. and south ..< uorlb... .
staple article of homes de. 'V t 'a I>ccllou tbelulluwiugdathhrdrealr.
nathe loud. and Malayanjwniniula that as it b.tot'ith..r that are not ertetl. But l> lit. late iltu-
that wLttu the blood in poor and the By" V\ |o lu bi|> M Miutb, rcliyr: 41 rml. .
every African village has h. banana seeds to be scattered by birds, brevity must be our watchword cte11in then depressed oue become peculiarly'liable lie eeawea be I..II"'lul witierseesto |iro%<.> sled'i"IIII1"'I'IU.'I..r iu lu.tr 1'w.ht: .r the. u.uthra.tquarley}1..101. to-uIC: Tbe( f

fields, as we have field of potatoes or nor a buoyant husk, like that of the I this laudable undertaking.: to diseaiMM. \Vheu the appetite .brae-ontll.uuusreslJrrlerupu, uuulueatiuu r.I.. ..f N t:. '*)."i ..,. ttou t.eut"'lIiDtf,,
corn. cocoa nut, to float it in ocean currents, I }'irat. then, Mr. Jeremiah I'inder strength fHJia. Ayer'u Haraapanlla ori ulaildlauci. vU: w4)liauiA.ILlibI.olMirwi. .o.l.slol.' .'fort-tbreei4iM>uthof mice forty
l be ttikt without deity. Kla.. L'L>il>-. r.. O\.r, tat Miami rla. r'lvdkMnrix ,
The ,banana belong h. the gnat it must have .been by human agency lias four ,.'r... planted. out to tropical ..- e -, ..| MUiui. Fla.. f W-Mrrrilt.ol L.-...- I I, I)tr". (U.> eau!. oulaluiii;. forty.' acres,,, more or f1rsi

Mua family which, with its wore of spread to all the. other parts of the fruit trees, with pineapples n l 11t'- --- .' on Nul.City: lo Fla.her II j|' U. lltkui. |!ri>tcr. K J. CllfLLlM.\VOKrU, .

aperies and innumerable tarietie*, envirrle world where it is now found.' But as it tweed, including about one and a half I THE ODELL Fhriid 1..1. (Cuuut'. Florida.kOHHINH. .

1 the land between the" tropic of was discovered in Central America.and'llee acres of fine Porto Riros. I TYPE WRITER. IM Tna'CleirrlrColkT i>f4 T..1tU'aolIH! JIM- iwta.lr.uc. c.HAIUli b ('IIILLlS I'laliitltra. ( Altorue'IIRTIi.)..

Cancer and CapriHftrii.eten. extending West Indian islands by the Mr. Peedon. and Mr. Harnott are old t UL l'III.11T. rKLouii, .*. i" ASh. rasa .- -- -. e

lU limits a few degree to the north followers of Columbus! the question :: residents and have nice. homes. j. jfOA' ..IUI..lY l Iie Odell Type Writer Ihl.1 Petiiioue: ('..l..n', ,Established t885----- .
'| In the Matter theTbUcauverauiPou
and ftouthiif thin The plantainof arises : ."Who carried it to those The late Robert B. Motfat had apiece I (JflU with Ts-rhHractera, and ;$15 for the ,. 01 Ii..b K. Urnfurlll. 1 '

i whi d. He read Ml much in all books places" Was the original di. o\.r)' of proper in one of the Jirettirst i- ller Single work Case tUau Odell auy machine warranted made.to du bet- .tliit d.y''to lie heard sal L. BARBOT &: CO. '

describing travel in the tropirtt. i is but and settlement of America made by i: places close to the Bay hore. It rombiueti HiMFLiriTV with DUBAIIILITV was argued by roiiuoel, Wax*ud thereupon. upon S,
itiuirlilrrati.iu thereof it unit-red
r.iyudged' '
r a larger and .*uireranet> of the I banana planters from the 1'acinV':' Some* time before his recent" lJnJ en ted NfEKII. EAcE: OK OPERATION wears and decreed tint the Ha>i.r"| report I*and the General. GommissiorM'. i

banana ; while uianilla hempome-, Uland. ages before Europeans; crossed. i I death he had begun to .put the parr in .loiter whiteout font; *>f rejMtnrB' than any tame I* hereby r'oudriyud suit that theti- ..

Ir..... another branch of the Italian the'Allan' ? If the story "of the shape, and the guava and other t trees et iothr t I li 4h. nihchiue. Has It up ink ribbon to tloner Sarah K. UaD("ru[;.ite i>(Juhu S D,,u- :f--... ... Vl =. ... .
> family'the irreat Musa textilUof! the I !*anana's wanderings were truly recorded I that .he had planted then..are n< w hei t, nickel'plMted. |M>r/tN
I'hilippine. inland much of the hidden historyof i ginning to show up well. An ongsluthrr fb, all kinds ut tpewriiiiigLike a print- sbd for the time'crcviiU. --! hjr law, lie Sow:0= :: _.J
Although tot.m.. varieties: of the the human race might stand revealed. -;! things he had constructed. a ditch inn pretM, it pruduoeo sharp .clean leg.hole authorized to take cbarg4: of and control here .... Wen

I banana attain the size of small tree, and a road* through the muck':'. land i: lie math mHuiUHTipUi.. at outs wriiiug.Two or Any ton copies iuolliieeotperson can .late,toroutrarLaud Iw contented with. t.. 329 & 331 Poydraa St.

it i is an lierhareou-t plant, and the kind GROWTH or THE: TBADK.: leading down to a hammock on thewater'sedgr. '. can become an operator in two sue and be sued and t",liiod hens In nil re-. NEW ORLEANS LA.
spevt a* lulljr a fhe were uuuiairieil
uio,..t generally .("Ij lha.-.1 fur their A. few years ago the only bananas This will. after awhileI lift J'8. Dour aud ordered atFChamberi Orlando, i Canal Bank. )'

fruit are the dwarfs which xr* to brought to this country came in small! make an ideal Florida home. I Reliable Agents aqd Snleemeu wanted.Spseial thii ltb day of Noveniuer, A. H ly N.: REFEBENeEI: j Metropolitan Bank.
iuduceiueuta lo healers .
the height of but lour or five feet. The I but swift sailing vessels from the West i I Mr. Fred Nelson has a piece of land : For Pamphlet giiing IndorsementB_ i JOIIS'D 1.1:. .I ( Cumtuercial Ageucie
Nov l7 to Decline: _
e.noallratof these produce the delicate : Indies, and'the fruit now so plentiful near the railroad station (or rather i etc., ddrebHtODELL JlIc I f.N'ovCMay-ifs .

fig banana, unknown in Northern everywhere, was almost unknown_ switch at present). This. in .lude I TYPE WRITER CO .---- --- -- --

market, but ..llIuII't1.-' ..' only (burs yond the larger coast! cities. btt-j'If some prairie which has been c eared. 258-364 Dearborn St. .i? Chicago IlL I

eaten. a* fruit in eountrie-t where the bananas Hold at retail for from five' and drained for some time and i i- now I 2-4-3-6-710
__ ___ The Plant
banana U grown.Vhile the little' ten cents apiece, and but few people Tu fine condition. A crop of toinatoes h "' Systems

fig banana is.always: <-la. "ited an a fruit, Were able to indulge, iu them. The and miscellaneous vegetables is lo be (IEXEKAL OFFICIAL DIRECTORY

plautaiiiN, which. are the largest..,1111" demand has doubled, about every five' : raised. on it this season. ,

family amintariahl; )' fried. or baked years since l4tU, and the result is tbatoteamer Tbe Saustebo tract of netrlL' MX' Perfect. Passenger Service.. ..
and regarded MM testable. Ordinary *, devoted almost wholly to thebanaua.trade acres, at present belonging to 11 ra. MAVUK Julio B. Rfilly. .
banana, taken 1N'1.lr l they are quite running from Boston, Julia D. Tuttle, who owns so much AI I'U.E.J..b. A.MchnnlJ.llun.F. $.- .Reaching the. Most Important Points in Georgia, Ala
JlorMV M. ttr.mu. K:, L. Brady'FraukT.Itu.lcc '
,.llw,'ru )'. be acceptnlily prepared in New York Philadelphia, Baltimoreand property throughout. this dim *t, is 1). CVigrure: Walter 8. Urabatu.ITV bama, South Carolina, Florida, Cuba and.
r the For Hiktug dr iug New Orleans to Jamaica Cuba too well known... to need description.Most \ LXhUk-fiubn: XI. urabainMAK .
stem way. i or ) "HALYpui(k/: t.. Urajr.t iovia 'Rr.otia.
they are rut into KtriH lengthwise, and various Central American ports, of it consists of the well known t. '>'! K\ LvoM.LA. 1. kuowiton.Ysi.lutvt 'f
uF c'on'I&-Uou. K. s. Mor'e.Ox .
while for sating in i thrir->natural, stale are. bringing back bananas by the rich prairie or muck land ..th.t.UrIlH j I Iso "T.\IIo16: ('O"lITTEE.. :MOSt: I9p1endid Hotels: ;

they are lied (.ro..wi..... j million' bunches during every monthof conspicuous a feature in the.. land-1, FlNAMi-ltroun.ltu'lKe( aud McDonald. : ..
UN KTII'H AM" OKM.N.IM ES-Uratum, MrUouald .
A nu ml>er
bt prepare! Ity (rutting ripe banana s are received. during the summer_ j table* aceDin_ the liami market the ......Ift.'.-Iot.U.Ill\r ....t bn.lijf., lMFKoriMCNT_Ucltonald, ,1-----=--- '=-3"---:-" -= .; ;I -- 2YYaL .;'. e'I .

into thin flii-e* and wing with custard months when they can be more j, pat season were, raised on HIM land ON ..OAMTATUIN-.lgr. Brady and Co.K
with limv jiiie aiiil sugar, with r economically ripened the banana is j I under the uperiuteudeiu-e of Sir J. I'. '. ONUAFLK AMI FIKK. 1.IIUTE..1'IUxC..gro)11'I'oll.I..IIi"u. \( : :

lemon, juice and de..lrcated tuicoaiiut, the one fruittthat is always in season. J JTonin, an old orange-grower from '. (is 6niii.ru.1u.Ira'.Ira AMI CH..IIITlu-Br.d1.. CoiirrovcI (;de

in other that will readily Few bananas are-raised. within the : )
I or ways nggenf Lake county.Mr. I'. AfcXAToRI' FROM r1ARIDA.
.. !' lhem.eftie. lUn.inaan Iw limits of the United .States, only the .J. W. Baker ha about oue-e ghthof 1I llou :smuucl 1'....-... of Moutlcello. Flt.Hou. .
-- ; \\ ilkiUMtu .'.11.0' J.< kkouvllle. Fla..
dried. an easily an apples or ]M-ache*. extreme. Mtuthern' portion of Florida I all acre in sugar cane, which looks I .'ON IIIIE.lIt:". '

In thin rolnlitioil they will .keep for along and ('"lifllr.'ia. bt-hlg available for splendid. FIKST: 111-TlU.T. ..lIIbellt'ul!; tli* Eat 'Coa'St.i .- '

7A time i anJ way Iw enten bj' ......- their cultivation, but with the ever j Mr. Lightsey t is still, fanning on ;i llou> C:: u> b1TalcHuh C >oH-r, of Jafkaourllle.KI.M 8. M. .yparkmau.: J1 ISolidVestibufedTrains

selves, fir lined. iu the making of pies, increasing facilities for their Importation j" Hon. Frederick H. Morse's place and of t'.wy.s.
rakr or puddings. they are 'becoming so plentifulthat has two acres in sweet potatoes. Last f, COUNTY .OFFICIALS. a E ,
WILL Nur UTAMI Fke+rlT, new and hitherto undreamed of ,. year Mr. Lightsey had-out o the'finest |: Zount) JIIJee-tlit-u K. ll.-M.r. Juno.i -e5-, .4 .
Clerk oiClrt-uit Court and Kei order Deeds -
i ol
.. lianana: i ii extremely M-ii' itive to u-es; are rapidly being found for them. tomato crops we ha.t r sera, ]I I -A F 1luiubfJilu.. Ci +,C -

.odd and ,,'illllilt withstand, a'U.ui-h of .\ .banana meal, which will keep as which goes to show that Bis ay ne',,i flie.nit.-U..'li. J. i'tiillingworth,' Weit, falwUea. '

fnmt. I It. hay no m-ed, but i is'' propaated long a. wheat flour acid make an sand, rightly and carefully trt ated.j'I Colluctor. of Tax.. -T. J. Hardee, Cofoanut

,. ffiitn suckers. or ra.ty, having infinitely more ,nutritious bread i.promi..t'd is will produce equal to any soil ii the i>sore.A.srernruf Tales "N. K. Cowlen.lrea '"<(
for the immediate future. .uier. A. W'. daruett. Lautaua.surveyor .
t")_ like 114.lalt" Each rye pralurrxi world.A -teorKe' L. ilcUouald. Cocoanut r, J 1
a plant' and from tlie large of their, Banana sausage aud banana beer havesuccessfully little south of Mr. Morse's, o l the Oro.... In the West I
('OUII') !-\i'xTintendeiit| of Public loktruc Coast Region of Florida ""
at the end of; a tweheiiionth, will ale| passed. the .experimental i county road, overlooking the Bajcome we tiou. -\\ L ttl.lriueyrrJupiter. -

pear a huge (Nirple bll"<>M>ni. It de- '(tages. Banana skins contain tough i to Mr. C. J. Ihles' place, pe haHIhle! HOAUD ..f COI'NTCbairnian. \ cusac."l.iYERC; r '

| end* from a thick strut, i is big and liber from which the finest of cloth can i; the gem of the whole Bay. Mr. (. \\' Laiiiehart.. N. "'. "I'ltlt..Im bvatb.W Lakeortb.. Tl-aE: PL NT STEAMSHIP LINE.

round at the liae, tajK-r* to a point i i. be wu,"U. The juice yieldedby. these has between three and icier errs J rliouetCoroaiiul
K.: L. \\ Leinuii Cur.S .
a feint or eighteen inches kmg, and i ifoiuptMMHl ill I skins during the process! of extractingtheir I'"cleared, and every available )a 'd of 'r.'CarniH.seHaU'ii bile I'uiut. Steamers Between Port )
Plying Tainj KeyVest and
Clerk sad Auditor ol u..rJ.P.. qUi ," ,
of liber be used. either indelible )
careful lute
of many rf'ni|>acl rows can as an that amount is, by i"iveunt. .
Juno. '
6 great overlappingul| *. ink or fermented into good vinegar. .cultivation turned to good: sec > <.1>('.TY M UiMIL BOAHI. Havaus'alid Between Mobile and.Port Tampa. .

Beginning. tier teas l of the tilci-e| >IIItheM Besides such vegetables as! "h lots, W \\IJtine\tr.: Jii|>uer. ". j :
i |)r. J. W J..a....". CIM'on n ut irove. B. WRENN, H. < }l .'AUDBN. i rPass.
petal curl upward diMlitxingthetiuy : Could anything be more contrary to arrowroot and squashes, fur whir I Mr. J. \V. ComklM.k,11'csi" i'alut B:ai'b. Trailic 1IgDII pr. Ass't Ueu'l Para. Agt.

4 -. "liaci.I".e .bacuciai.avliliat'-. our preconceited; notions than bananasa Ihle is famo'us, 'we saw ''growing SavQ.nnah. Oa.

ing from eight t.> tenlinger*," a,< the a food fur b.btYd.. only last I we last visited him*:sugar cane, i '' 11"1 CIRCUIT' COURT CIRCUITLuibraring OF SEVENTH' JUDICIAL E .

individual fruits are t-:riiie>l l>)" tier -uniiuer I was introduced to a perfectly | Rico pineapples, bananas and a iiinI ( : Dale and oilier ruUDtiei ) l--- .

I grower. In this inanner I h..- well. sturdy, and ro-cheeked! little I jdred: and one other things a I in '!!l ('lr. li. Judite. John l>. Broom. Orlando. :.
Prokd-uiiuK Atloriiey. J. 1> B"|[{' Orlando.FALL /
ivy hands are gradually "h""Io"-I' hap a year old, who, so his parents !splendid i condition. Htu-h; tropical'fruit ( i 'i! TtKll 01 Cirutl "'.Hit; conietie bU tint t \

view by the unfolding and assured 1Iah.d never tasted! milk, i 1 trees as. pmngcw, apadilltHij alligator -:! MI fibi u>la:>'"ailvr TkKM lourlb itu lint Moudav Muliday iu No\eml alter fourtliMoiida -sR.+- :

petal on alternate sides fir the stem, I and had, during the ftr'"' six months pears, sour sops, sugar apple\ .M, '! ) IU A|>lllDAlk SouthernRailway.
... '. .
( ( T\ tOlBT.Couuiy
until the bunch is complete. '''b''I1'1 ul iibananas.. life, been fed. wholly. on ripe oranges, lemons, guavas, limes.irusc-1 Jner, Juuo.

after ouie week* of life, the ohrunken I apples, Jamaica apples, may here beseen I I'ro erutiiii Altoiue).-Jauie* T. Sander, f .
blossom, which. Mill cling to its lowerextremity ,I i i a < iBiscayne growing their bet. }lr. Ihle Mi.wi.winter Term. First Monday In January.. ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST' ROUTE.. "
and ,11f. Bric-a-Brac. pear -piiui Terui.-Firat. ,........, tu Aprilbuuuivr .
wither drops had tenalligator tree \ hie h ...... '
linn. :Mouday July i -
l Bananas always curl their end upward I That thepeupleut Biscayne have not bore at three years old, and this! year 'I fall Term, First Mouday iu itetooer. .
I as they grow, and not downward, as itttUpposed their names and doings more frequently b.d. tree five years from whih he .'...tuia.ur.-B. U iuillb t -
by ino..t JHTM.II* ft ho have heralded before the public eye gathered over thirty-six dozen pears, f THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS.

I only sync the bunches. .hanging upside 10 the columns, of the METaorotis does and the only special application o fertilizer STATE OFFICERS _L f .

down in fruit .stalls. not mean that they are not very much this particular tree rv'etj! had ruorHenry u'rd.ry..1 Mate.i..Jubu Mitt-bell.L Crawford.lr WJRTH EAST; "i ,vES'l' -
After the fruit is formed it takes up and doing in the new era that has was about half a barrel of ashes! v hich (:.,"alil..n..r.--Wlill.m...iirtrCUieme B 11 C'ulin 1".b.o. \r

k about U.ree'ulllh" to utill"'or attain burst upon the Bay section, but simply was accidentally spilt near its 'lOtt. Ado,,4i..ntr.I.-WllIalll, B. La war.eu DOUBLE DAILY

its full size. Then, although it is still that either through native modesty of We also saw pawpaw trees oneyearoldladen liam|:"\.rll."hrutr lid"IIL u( fublto. .I."ucuuu-WjJ.. r ; SERVICE.1.i f

green the bunch is cut and hung in a mind or through a firm and( noble (but with nearly a dozen .eil C 'tuDU.ii.u",r of "' rlcu1ture.-L. B. Womb- OILY-:21 HOURS JACKSONVILLE, TO WARHINOTON.t .

batied place to ripen, for! hunanae, .Iati! fallacious) conviction that great melon Mr. Ihle is }ft1tt't'npound A ijiitaut4iueral.-Patrick IIon loti. ONLY 27- HOURS JAOK80MVILLE TO HEW YORK, .

i like pears, ripen bet after being i gath deeds. speak for themselves' they are not neat and tasty in his ,, : !1 ouU.cy..hell".I.1 Tilt lit-W(OCkTCbiel 11.Jt Milu.n.u.CI. Jr.. Solid Yotibuled Train eompcMfed of Latent ..
ered. Thus. ., unlike -met tropical (content while.. all the world knows likes a nice. looking place as ( Ju-li. e.-M. Ii. Mabrt. lag Can. through* wtht change tu W.on!. &, Itia .-

fruits, the banana of Northern! marketsis what the rest of the Bay folk are doing good tree One exam pie of this. sew t tour j Am.MI... u: Justice... -K B. F.. l.ifld.m.farlor. Philadelphia.New ,York and the t

fully equal in flavor and nutrition. to to jog along in the old rut of slow progression attention particularly. In one ,! .'..IIII11UIoI..llou. to any of thebl.trndtrlals. "THE CINCINNATI FLORIDA LI [rl'ED."
or !>ni>rti>i : Court J 11.1"tl tbould be addroted
that consumed wliere gro.wn.! without troubling- themselvesas spot we noticed a Royal I'oin talus t"I .la|...li..i t-r. rlxrida.IOAl' ,
Having home its single; bunch .of to the outside ", "rld.t all. Nevertheless growing in the center of a raised dais ,l US.t.T"k > TIIIKTEKXTH IlUTUKT.Ki frum JakYUe toCkix-moati r Everett. AUantaaadChalUaooi.-.

fruit the lifework of the planthi ended, i it is possible if a person thuruuglely made of rock, and on' asking the pur- I, ; 'il.ruiu f -, Brevaid aud Dade Cjuutle) OILY 24 JACKSONVILLE TO OIHOINVATI.
i HvU, E: N 1110.1':11. and it quickly dies, or, as i i" alwaysthe I cognisant with our beautiful! port of this we were told ha the 'EK>CNTtTi\E;:! rIoOJlI1,1I110l'N'TY'. ONLY 25 HOUR JACKSONVILLE TO .

case where it i-cultivated, is at Bay for the last five years were to rocky dais was to be spread over with lr n_ B l'l i..r. of N rat Palm Bearb.. LOUIVILLE
.. Direct for CLEVELAND.
dd When thus treated make a tour of inspection throughout muck and then to be iuI'rallS. --- CeO INDANAIJA IiUOIT.IT..AL-
once cut "vn.. ;I was plant -- j and all poiuU North WfL
the severed trunk yields a copious flow the whole section"that be would find' Any one who has secs. the CHURCH DIRECTORY. .

of'juice that is initelf an indelible more frigus bf solid work and progress Poincl.na in its glorl-wUl know' hit ; THBOUOH SLtEPli OARS JACKSONVILLE TO XANSAS CITY j 1

Ink. the stain uf which cannot be removed along the! conservative lines in the a beautiful effect will be' produced by 'PK '!oIl'TEIU.HI"I'CII)M-lu tout: u.i>oMtc AND Hotrl KEADISQhH MUmi. .uc. Everett. AlJaataT Ulrmln bl and'Yemplds. .

from tfie linen-cotton. The Biscayne district than any other, and this comblo.tioQ. And the salter! teiIg ". north. "i and 7 p. tn. :*ui place: of the defunct "tree'*. in. immediately this is in no wise said in detriment to applies to all the other arrange rntson meeting \\rduesda ? pw standard tlinr.hra "
I nil daY and rvruluun. ASHEVILLE ROUTE.TknH h Slerpinf dally Jartt miTlU>
sturdiest of the the latter. 1iD rimiu open Cn t
taken by the this place, Every tree, [run the ', NrtuugtaatirialaJuruirbed f.e.. -urrr.puudeiwr 1 t 'CDCt Y AahenUu. throoch the.f'LANI
cluster of shouts that hate sprung up Perhaps some of the most interesting handsome w"lng cocoanut alms t'' Mi.nirr., ...orHn? urn aced <4hvr* I
will sod l .litre a ''0. (.>rl.blr 1.lac to.|*nd ; ) O.F THE SKY.
in i its shadow, and thus from a single features of Biscayne consist in its old greeting one at his first and their k-'lure hour Er. ". lhiu* lre. Enrywar : -- --- -_.-
bf bearing ; is settlement which entr.ncJ.j. wrKtiur. K"T, H. Keif*in.. fatlor. Information to ralM. whedclea. crying car rewrraUona. ate. apply +
.' sucker the supply plants give the place, tbe great avocado trees, witb.tb..ir F de .. t 4
continued Indeduitely.EITKAOVDiaART i especially in the eyes of the antiquary, burden of creamy fruit, down, to''' METIIODNT l'IU'aCIl I'Ol71I.Bi..ulle any atttflit of the SOCTH K> RAILWAY o or :t_. -U C
i The tbe time
rECHMHTT.Banana i or of one not 'over appreciative of the tbe little strips of arrowroot vbichj .ud |>Utf s ol"public u. emce!': Lemon city. L. A. 8HIPMAH, Florida Paaa. Agt. 212 West Bay Street. J'CkIDYU.J

require; damp, rich soil, 'i Tarnish of newness, look of pleatingold ledge his walks is regularly laic! .off DMroiid. the Brit and mud fourth third SunJ Huuday T... at CortvoutUiuir. II a. m.audTiSUp. J. M. cmi: W. A. :URX.- 8 B HARWlo j
but that .being given- they repay the establishment. One of these old in proper order; giving that pleasing I' m. 1'utler.lb.flub IIDda". F..- Traffic Xaaacer. I f O' Ia I
t..r'i 4ddrr... Cucoanut UruTe. lla. Ke".Jai. I D.
\ 8krbiaavat. WasU.uytoB Atlanta, .
labor of planting and suehslight homes ia.i the Sturtevant place, which, general effect of everything being in Bolton. 1'a-tor.- P. __ c 0

vation as i ill required to keep them..Ulti-I with iu quaintly designed bouse, surrounded its true place. Mr. Ihles' grove ia on E1'1-: (-'UPAL- -CIIl'BVII.-o.t"l.-ee- -! -"m-be held -- .

from other growth with a by fine old tamarind and massive tbe typical rocky land of this section, e-try wol.y'murutug at Miaiui in the t
I'liion H.U..t 10:30 *. m_ .,... great at to be out of all proportion to i mango trees, presents a fine pictureI which be thinks U and reason foij l its .t 7.U p. u al.o .t Biie o a VIsta a&A.IU p. m. and get. a Souvenir Sik
.t.b m. After a home on the of tbe The public an cordially inriud to tuod.. '
the edge Ef
work.rxpt"oded upon j I Jroplcs. flonrUhfof condition, the rock help BuuT Drxtor, X ctor. Handkerchief free. .
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T = I D. 'W. M :RRITT, of Labor. TW: UND OfTh bREAMS. ltsr rii'ft Jlith 'rr/ ...FLOnI tttBasl.

!III tit th.. ,Unr. Th. h.\ r..l.
line lair
: \rw mkIf 1'rlhm. 1Knights 1--
Fruuitkr \
River View 4ivruii.iu' ho \ .ri> are trit ".",..i,,'"* in thai land I 1..1 a fjrr"i TIM 1 \\hirli \\ iii'U.kt\ n
Douse Contractor >>e- lhat <* That .'ralclf.l:. i.oi.iI s" a.i.n.It .
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tnv.iul.tln' '
rkilN \ rFi.ingi : sirs
Labor.. wt tab b. U -u inItocbeaUr ll< lii.. In rlclunt nit I"" ",. krund.lla : I a t Coast Jailsaj

j'4. (Fotmerlytbs4aw111)A / I I tl il.wrpk. .follow lhprormlnre litre "I .:" nkii4- are oftrnr-rn. 'v t ...T. i.Li. :1Iho:lit;, but tin i !h :r... .
| : "alllil'\I'\1| | their -| ...ul!.1h
eo'B It* air I. with .nnn...r.-nj/- .
lIder. niaikeil mil fur it by
First-Class! Family I Tin- l.nalli nf >u-. i.l .l iii....; >' the lime tluI ij'lik\ny t.:. 10:.: ,.. .1 FlU inuLt Tit PI ,
Boarding JJaater Am kinitn N'\''-nihU iu Inn I>|MUinjr 'i 'And ,. the IMIITNDH nut nlur{ than 2i: finis I.,.-
House. I. : no UIMfcufr< r In ut ( !I;:rttlkl 1..1.1.! At\ :Mitt I ittaft Kh tr I IIW\\ '
b1 i' Give us a chance j i adilrrKa an I btlw .\,",:nl trI .....11I.'clliU j 'IU.ln ita Uui ttsryIata. hind. .
Tables ;applied> wiLla the Bet: at I "i th; >..111.1ir Lino _
Uw Jour in tU'ir 'lIIalll rriarl i.n m-riu Im f>>>rtl.ar+ It-tr lIi.ur.Jtr.IIIIOFtt hey i.rri on tur.t-
1l.rbL' : ..;.i to figure on pniliti<> ILiul'kt liNw will U i ot fruit ilmfM. l bl.bd.ld...ii: (liI.... ,:. hi<.h II hi-; .c..I. rat pu''ruiiu nl ron '! Tune Table ia,Effect June 15. 1896i .

Oppoalu buildinj Im KJ r.'. '. 1.1 .'m1... .
Howl KUmL '' : ixirmor* "tr".1 from O'd Town .II.IIallnn..1 i. -:
kMILS. Mfta k>ii ed. Il ..111.! ., iHil.ilh>>liin. II.g lii.ttrrrll.uf Atf I...t.r. of li>Vrli... ... : i SOL-IH UOUMU. .
tWtili.e of tin.f.iri .\ 1"1.1. IVwerr
M. I..SPITLER; Prop. R.rt'r to'II,... Julia I>. Tuttlc, F.T. [ ..ler tehu-li" il will tfc ti* i>n in uar. I -
> > .: ...
; lrdiunfalrtn l 1..1.>< "''flll. : g *. tin railrnu:U I : tai :I *> .\ 1I1t\;'. .Wtl I. tts.
Oct 18m.if.. lurtla.The Budge. and Bank of Kay licu-ajr uc. !; ... with :'\."!,r Ia:"'.. ;......., IIII..u.I". Ami tlllI'IoIlIh.. nrimHinir: much trurlod ); II.llh.. Jjnt/l Nat i I'- : al | _1tJ._ -S.
S DiarJ Mid fill : llailll"I .. .i I .i.ulw k I;. i ... ..
|u |I.< plrju.re In IN* IIt'on ki ,
i i i.oQ of au entin. l h" "new s..r..t .Ik( with ,n.1 To it Mom.I I urlr- I '
.H}: till, mid all day l.'ncWhtt ,: ;ruins list .".. ...1&... III ui. 111.. ;:: .. ..
.. .tn'ligrr 14418:111Nts.' ulilell ..... ...iu II.. f>toi.:.. nli-iiir: il!* iojirwM'rr ".-II I .,t. 11.. "r ,...,,'f...Iw I .*>. lu .. .. .
n.-tirUii.l I thai I imt. 11.1 ........ I. .> a ... .11--.11to' : :
Scotchmen t THE PEACOCK INN, open in i lU unit Mink, :urlNlww| I iitti.. rte ,I I N..r Khan-it IM rail il< Hilil". ronil. \\ith, tji.'yidu-nt of ilic iiu I.iu) .i-a. 4ilka I.N a N. -:: -: -:--.

{ .1 I I-.f...... It will reiuHiu.i>|tieruili til MM_Mil i I_ fI..ll.n |iuii .l t.i u1d.r.taN1! ; 'ne all Ira.>h' Man .|''|1'1',1.| | ;jit: | mu' i I .." ., .. >' ftj.. 1*. ,..

drrlitlr k i \\hut unloldLltnahr.Iljda ..I U'" huihru urn nat' .1..rl.,1 utnl/ bars :0.- .. 4sir.. ,- I i,tI. ... -. -. -. .
These ors the men far you to LOCATED OX- I tUlgabiza16N1 1 \ In 16rlol r. nln oi I -A H Itini.lliin i.N.1.l"U.i I .k,.eplug. )';...- {n. nun. )'ifrrod" ahead sit t.i: '',. .ir l..... V.IY.. III l.l fc.I. _I-, .. "

; 11I Lair rN ur wurliugtLtal n< n c .NN., Mud > = : -: ::: ; tiny'\nm tin Mili'" Fhoiiac, uHli-. !1"M ,"r ,\,.........! fc |. N. :: _
LHEY-fERAIR .. 1 UMS 1 a a I 17 |> M!, ... 1a 1----
I i, iH-iviut* Irwin'| atid "tiiwMli> wh.l I u I... : .' Mootlen luiildirir, Hhtrh :." ... :: .
BISCAYNE BAY ULT/ZELis KLUS1VK( "HEAR.Twleo tl.r lory I t 11 l"4liKfN.M I I" N ..: ... .::.
l a.JrriI.. ; 1 : bi .... .. .
i lieeo HMTi-tly and i-ircitiuiu) i >i-.ir. apt van. fatuous all o, rr Mint I 1 hiuyrilaI 1 lap.
Guns 1..1.I ; .. .. 2 t.sl. Hit ..:: .: : :: .
lU.HL [r lend of ::0'1''' i.:... aII. 1'.hll..1 I ua..ttil. -'- for I the t joti-rry; .of its lniior| .. rur', L- I ....... :Jt |> In. ?. .. ..

I Bicycles --moire ..'U..lIOnll >fA i ..ill'IU- lb, IlKHIlllflll. thus .h MOIIM* Ho Thouuht Ho Had It, Out; lime. it was .kept u an a load Ii.:u "'. .." ltMrkl.Mv.ilil'K :3 tl |. I*. .. .: .......
... .
11. ..1..Dd Iatpwt IMo.1 :" I !i llwKitdun 4 111pw .. .. ...... '
v on lit* Bay., Hi.*it< niirff.rfitf .. whIL*IN-''lUb.l Ii >r I<",,.:""|;>< ." :1< trrriu Ho HndiVt Kooii It Yot. but four ..r rtji< ir* nvo its owii.rsiidiiI I \1.11........... 4 .::1 |. iuI ...... ... ... ..
Sewing Machines, ) .. : iii the t '.,..1",.ii ar the Bincajrot Buy YurLl --&J".I dwelt i>l all. tin l'lo| i ii .I''UIIIM i .. r >t I* ftt.... 4 67 |. hi .... .. ,... ..
5 <" Locks Club. > Hid l mice t play/ ill. Thrliohad : I .I.r fiMl firnrM. ". I.. .... 4 tun '
vAnything ; Irateller would; Lit Nlrl > NH| Ilia llral Tr... 11ayed. I.
i Mm wear) 1 N.LwM, | | pull d the |Kid-ck' 'ruin the front .." fl. .. ... fc &3 l. mk ... & !* .... ..
snack CoaiecUoa With Miami |.........lu.I..IT..a.| Io lightm, I un bu ''den i..1 with Ib.'T..I"Cr..ph. Ulrr. Nrttlld d.ornfit I' J"n....... X) r> Hi ..... to.' a .... ..
Dtilj Siena tp r 4ttlinHr). .H.. -.c..4 NrrkNIwfcreandks1h y I I.. Jt'.....r... 7 SU|. IM ...... 4. ..
dabtgeroua man'b nfrixm' tilt ry11t.- i ii .. r. far tut Ma girt.It.a wnuM :M> ,Wifi If tly could. ".-at h UK' I.v Ku...... .7.. !. nK . .... ..
Eve;tthinb.w I : ,." W falHi r..ai h. e> > In ... 9 ;!I'a _
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BatetLIII Per Ifey ,nJ Vp..rJ.HtX'lti.1 | ,L" To uo ' linrin .. "
1. |.liil ii H 4: |> HiV ... II Iw .... ..
Ral. by tilts! \Vm" >k.CHAS. H impre Mi\i figure of fHiH-li I nvN.N.l sooting:: II1i f'. III.:v I.IIt", :7.. ih.. .I.r. 1''tllt".I.-'" .,,, ;A. p w. I'ir. v ....
ill Work Guruteed FirJ-Cliss ii all w I I ItII .. ..1' ... ini.r.,: TIUII I'u/A-ii: : time In 1.1...-.. tin fpaiUiir r n-li-..-tIM l l." luivn 1 Ill ..1 .u p ... .. 3 sal. .. .
PL\COCK itlrnrl.u on* lull b would' nisi hut.ibouiibl n tar il lull at- 11.11I'I irhl.wI. ill III |. WNORTH ... .d.p .... ..
t stole hihil tine. dater ", ijlinih. I' 1ml.I. to6roft
Kespecls.( Proprietors III'|
of bthl< liliitf" burdriiii f..iLriou It .1... jf.ir -iti'inli'ir thrinir i:I LI UND.
+ \\ liru tlifjl t.ir ,':..in.thi.t.ifr'i .
GIVE THEM A TRIAL. ,, uiuifli b\. lbruwiuk- .IT 'luplao j' .1 I 1".11'.1.1".1 I -- )-... % :-\-....- .--r.. ,
IVCOAKDf 'tind.Mir th.
r ailOVE. FLA.galdpltlt llnh.i'l. IJ.'ihris If..y !NTATIu.NMLl .. v.r 1I .... /r 1 I.
.I"JII.u 10 Brad ', Wattb i 1.Irtwwr. 'I'I,,,' ,"J.IitaI1.ot', ; Meru a Ii. r .his |iiiinikiii-k\\i| rttree /olhet'lwl'IlN'r fl u..if&u.ll.iII I Il. -
?usa. bl'e i 11011.1.1 I : I
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\I. ... .: j.a W. .
Nl.mlf' th 'YMF. M-M Mini. : )
All 1
00 I.U I, ....1 ,' 1..1 In Mili-'pl Li. rltnuuirlsLrli< wIt..I Isvrr .., Itriplwt| | l.\ 'oiillii-ir fan-fund rII"illj: .' iifiMltit ,, i.v I...MIUH iljrtf :. III. ... .b Jl fc

r . L_ ,_ --I ', il oral" " thug Ihrirhuntihet.c.. talrh.lIhr :'',il.* I.rll....,......*u.Ui.u. S 6 !.s i.!a w w .. 7't..4.. .. ........ .. .

Jlusrur M > >nri I 1..1I | | ) lh.it true nut .-.li aud III II I.> W JurllilI .: 'N ... 1: *.!. .... .. ,
I .bl" fur wl.tkibglunll I.. lin on I < M |j I. bittl It ""I.III.'I.t. lIt" I"Tan I ID r JrlioruLv II :-.. ... S 1':1' .
en. iijiurn i.I..1. for "Ile 1 la rrie4. :\t t:cons it tOil >.!.,.. .. rulaw. 1wy ... .
._.'" mid airily witUlboir ""'aI.| l .rd. I 'I II 'Illil blllisid Ml. 'ial'i i'K laau"rl'f'\.n..1111Ui..1. : the LII )'I.I.r.-... !9lrr. .. 4 4"|. .. .. .. .1i'
on It
j I ... .. .. .. .. ..
A'I'II" his ,d..u IL rtm-ll- 'I Lath II.II 1..INNIy s. IM.1I. iI' ill. .1. '
lliIOU euig. I IMySt a. if. I".""ill""( I h"III it I.. ..n II! r iudtail' r JC..... t.ie4,1 44. ... .. .: .:
irr.rnbnutlruwtr" iu ah. ir r"I"f : -\1' .,, \Olllll l.ll\ till III. 1'lIt II-f.r .. I"i "Ij" tilt I"L': r .., tle.lwwl_ 11 ... N, I.
-I,11 Ii 1..1 _. .... ..
liu/r. _
: As ellgagrd'to.rll L* Km: I..llbd 'II 11rw t
VI Nit iba .liuiu bun IXMUX when Ibttuitllle IUI-H llfIrtllOI 'jsl..nl.I..r. Lin nnM il fUlllul tl.rs. t6.. :! L" ..... U."e 11'1. l .ay i., .. .. ..
Ihr( '*i; ai| |>U- atImslivl. :.u I TII'" J ... .... .... ... ..... ..
rhirl drawu Iwlilteulb. IN'rri.i'r" : and 1'gan III tot;.ten :Itthe : .1. r .1..s J p u
) .. !.. ., ... .. .. .... ..
lu- felt rat her.t/r. mirl-i ''''-'I! btflllU lllltf. lI w .
i 1 era of Auinijit ou ILtt HUM liHud aid IbeirupUcablo I I'I i".1) Mil\itl catch tli.it IM..r if In'I n..al! dNlr: h. dour tar r II .' :.TM/ >..irya :t.up-u. ..... .. ... .
: tif Iwu.\ pier allli I In .n. Ct.1e" l I I." I isttla.Ige. ;: .r: .. ... ...
/fri /1VA ... .t-ueuiiffc., ihrtji.oii. ) kits. auduiaiiua. 1..1 I tuurrkx-iii lrir\-sl Ij"", lie I.r 1>.,..... J u. w .. "- .. .. '/ f
1 ( % 'I t "If ngaiil5t "the frunl.l111 anll..1I1I1 il "illt ;. I IIlanA' ,.* i .-. I'alalkaii 1 't't.. I
; Ii itrhl..1 Lulwr taki uj. I Ihu Uf)Gait.0f 'ugatrit-t- of .lxMr.>llul l >\ i1ln>uthoot- 'I Lnuh the lunar tax now .apriiotier I .. 1... )I.I,.. -. .-"' "-. -. -i-"l- I .I
lii li-.ut han .. I I.I-- 1
I Ib"'luuktus ux'niukl the clm-i.tan lint ing luythiug jri-r than : I unable horn the .,.. a. N Ie .a. H
I IJrd.re
lyl : A> iu//fll \\iis ...'.tuIIira// )
;b" hu r8 of imtllu: IrK.u., They house. it. .Iirl not see 10 \\orril"J tot I .v 1..i. 1 Iii s w 1_+.
1,1 li.ul I IH _
I OIK in Kin lit- ua..llwo I.JE" I'll : -
< h say tLat while the: late' ekeliuuhasi.boastbat h.V.l1! .U. 'Iri htned .t, M -t.u4.e.llur a u. w r' J 01.-
lilackln'in -
0w nut injf .n : Lv rl An.utliicIr 5 t.S If.. I I".11 . .
"Iii williulJ" of Auieiiiuu vote M. .a."v I f '
Icy a U-ar. Ai-t-unln? 1""i thuirMar -J..cL'I..-- ..; -4'i.I'-u-r 1:-.-- -,- ..

arrn)' d .tb: ui ehea tfI..KlJeUr I) under > they \\t-re coining ihr.ugl the A. .&. W.CRANCH.NOHTli .' -'

ibo b.uur of prim iplr no KIUK 'Vb,11i : |pint \MK..1'I L -|..\," I'aslijrau thru tlnIxai '>' tL I :_ -

i hy the Kbi"'iU. of IjHbur." it b m bbuwn.tfhlful 1.1 a 'r.at iioi--.ui.i.iv'' I Ihi-ti r ('aal,11| ( )f t BOUND --- .

I -= \; Grp .bst ",,t Irtikt t.'0 uiillioualiaT ware w..I.I. l girl of the Wc.I"fI I'ninii !:::(.. which ; I slATtt: ; 7"i i :0.- -I''Jail No. t

r. ? ., Ji->ue lilt .i te but for this fl ,, f.illou ,,tho' MainvfVntral i railroad i I from or.S..... ,..... .... I. I"'"'. ui. I .-...':-... -i.: .
1yes1t1. : 'r r.s.rn'I'lilgu its.gur to Vaiu-fiioiu. Th v. ins; v\ oiiltlijtllt \t j.kr. llrlru.i i12 :.*. loa 4 .... j. .. i
cerinu'uswl ia thin. ....... .
roror uiouey Hud ami ring us if MHiifluuly. > : "JIUM''Ut .41uIt.wIJJ fti J+ M.1,1.J''11.-, )
by ihe pluto.T ta.:: Iu -
tlit-kin;: tl>tniith a laill"lUt'r.fhr I -- -li TH

( t : of the .ituati >u they ,reCuiuuteud ( half a nniiutv' one \\irc v.cuiilahbL I GDUI/D. t
j that the must tburouwh cou-iderati-, -betfiwu \\il.lly and then IJI'IOIIH'lack \\ilh a STATION:a.; I I I Xo.J. Ni_11:_ N..

to the iuiMli.iu Lon beet to pr.-I j jerttf -iuj>: As amateur hunt fin Iia: 'ei / \ 1J II.. New aiuviua it ,.. p IB' ..: .. -

LvI.letirlrU.1. .. .. ..
of MwINrel.
habit ic the lass in
the poii.icnl .J'YIiutllgt'1I + resdy u> (; ulatit.geapx I t'ily.. : tit 11-ra(.... .. .. I'I

SAFETY COMFORT QUICK THE LOW RATES gained for: the ma* **." 'Ihe Wdlloj t for targets. and as the toi.ip.ji had I Lh..I.! 1.'I.. ._u J,I' 5'.I ..:
otfrri-il a. II'\\ar:1 for eti i PhpoekIl-aud a very natural aud k>gtcsl) Mir itiv Hmr.1 tillrh .
the otTen.1t'ri. the lto\ lift the high- .
FiaatCri'ineaudSn riee. 'orrtiulereerlrnMJc.k/olttilleandletolurko .
talus ) I. .rlo..1 |<> slat Iirart
one, It must be .JlC1iutd-i. ,tu'ur sous ,. and followrtl 'the Hark. Tfniul. .afVI"
M-trril .
uav r. for vt llo. t
    \ Tl/c Fleet U oaiMMc4 ol the following Uard.ommetw StcI euamr r : ,
    :\ the workibkTiueu: more thoroughly sail ..ltolothey cli..oH.rl'll the oaiis ..I'.UUrt. at tb.HUM- N.tr'I..1 Kkarvultrtl.not .
    7 a IWUIHIU> Dull town lr'| Comanche (isw) ll .
    t oBqiii t Ir&qiols Cherokee t Semiiole. of had heard. .\ null
    rapiJI>> .aiul. of cburae.; briiitf them nil the noiws they itir ..) delay it till ruiwy.rurrI sif.lu,
    I : act-He. U-ar had -lmilir.! tea' ', I Ibetrltotu J. Ii.A ki1INl.1L .
    but a telegraph
    NORTHBOUND.t wLi bAt.
    ather iiitn tbtr ,)
    tu : .>ii1aut .rr'1 l'.....er ArrgL ..
    .. .Bu.It'd |K>L and wall Ir;)'!.}fr to bile off the in- KINl-3. Agcul,,Mi.iul.
    Mecmer are a| (< 4ut From Jacksonville.i'or fl (calllu at Cbarlotuu;, yYUd.ys,1 kreday.Y I Thur* Ur ( sujators. The lt\'> did nut Ktop ti> see .
    4 I rw i tb.tl. 4 atLL. }I"rd.y.. W.JgcMda'. sud l'dJaT : TLt'u-.II. then-what? With Us how the In-ur i iicc eilfd. hut .lurriwlstay TUG. BEAa, GAVE CHASE.all .
    '- 2o.k. bO Hiia vi MiUu iii"Clyde 14o Brtie eight....illiou vulera i ., as fast as their hire feet could titarat :

    j SOUTHBOUND.lrwcr hll'iu2. i oiular majority w'uHt do.-. MrSovertigu tale them. leaning two \\ell-lilled pails door, biitkept until this pulling flew open and the thepail.were closet.. a Florida Central

    ar* \>yu\i\ ld to Mil Irvu Pier ft, tail Hirer. New York at t p. DM fnlinw: pnipa: to do? He tumt not af iKirns Itehindlu.zll Tt
    For t'burlcatuK. a. t' Monday WrJncw /, naia 1'rMl.ls. discovered.hile the bear was'
    M For Ja< kvuKiUW. tl (talliM all'bailcttuui. iloudaya. WeUuv ya u4 >'ri- .

    J CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. habitually uiuffi abroad.Mud ial lb" alate. \\to\A told him. hut he took them home sho\e-l; tip a chamber window; ai.ilknock'uiK R. R.

    ,. and gate them a pood clilln..r.tn condition .
    weal of tbs exeoulive l'uwwiUlbMt U e ntT the lion'rds. ran out tin .

    DE BARY LINE of Klinr. 'the **iaiilt.cablreoemitM" : that they should go hack with ladder and hurried ),pm". loaded. \\ ill. '
    j acJ;axrille, Pal a/la, Saiiford, Enterprise, Fla., and Jntrrmcdi at. enipUi)ers him and help him kill the U-.ir. Ituz juoiidiTful nt'wTlat" were rot it: ( t Use Betioeo Fjorida tad all

    Landings on the St. jfvhitt Stiver.lb of ibe eniplo}'ed. t hero aru vet) I 'tell knowing how fond U-arn are of tending; to tell Dun..if artliinp ullOu: Northern point. .
    .. jgoiQcaut s0ggsstwur. What would '\\eet hdi"\l'llh.; I..ar'whiel,
    Kleeit. lrllil 9Uewbe l Steamer apples their prisoner, prrf jrinj; III carry tin Only 133 u.il.. b twe u v.bn.L awl .
    should' this 'proyrainiue of the 4 the had the that hn
    happen I boys !rvn wa cue
    'a i -!!' titling to their fall'r*, lout ISm/ell: Iretthrm Jaekauulle.
    Kbitfbts of L ibor to array eight i uiiihoue, iii "' )poiled his pninpkihuci't tar and I on tI". ro.ad uucl oonptitniwdtI.ndrtailx ..

    'CAPTAIN V W. A. SHAW of voters against u uiauonly of lire 01 !I that the animal l had climlMxl the telegraph Roar their reluctant m..nwri'.1 New Route 10(

    IS .l>l>..1.&e4 walt a5 follows; Nil tniiliou -whom they dtnourjce in I j jiole under the d..I'I"iun that tin Jed Juii.l' sari nf the: l-o\s one dollar. incinnat

    V I MVIJark..nrlle..... : ..,.......F-.......... .. ftnudar Tuesday* and FrMay at 1 81 p. litBdllrlllbIA'tr' declaration of ptiuciplea .. ..I piM! ': ln"ulators were appleThvy found |iro\id >t1thr\ would ''tell r"ol.a..I..I"" : ,.VI.... .
    ft4I..r.c,;. ....,,....... .. )I IIII.,.. WwllicMlijra and 4tuidar] .t ,.JU ... M their I the |:-ol<- nil 'riplit. l'|>on tlte'" roughen .
    The \M.IrIxns truilpcil lurk to the AVrrillrllaC, sptie -
    eoewie/-bt'siiieewdnl wed. g Kl :
    1 .' cable ruay tar lark were mark ..r claus and uil.
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    'tiUrrUIt t Miler house it,h i. ,-II.
    t& a P. xoiriaBOL'xu. uu They oMmncthe -
    K .d ....... .' SCHEDULE. 1 K. ..IS17. *.-. : be Ml to I bit Im iualijo.; :Sui-b t\\ ron- 1,I tufts of .black,; hair. Some :'II rods bark l diKir I'nir'ously. !Inside' were tdontid \.%'

    L rt e... J *.-IF-M4J ) .:::::::::.. .. ,JatiMxmiic; .... .. ... :. .. .. .. "jlrriirer::: 3 y' a m *uniuiali IS.""rouiM*. D..t only '''Tr..h. ,1 from th:' hall of Ih"IN)1t- were Ion Iii' 'tin; mils and a lot of flamwhere I4a.gx aiccr.t :c entry.fhn.ugb .

    'I .<" |, M .. .:.. .. .. .. .. .. .I'alajkaSnulwrd. .. ..... .. ,. .... .... ..IL .."..... ... ..I.. but almutit iucouti ivuble;' it pails which the IMIJK r'.iiiiKil. They hterlM-tH Jwkt>tHjti||. w 'i.du .
    ., l .. y .* .. ._.. .... .. ..c .. .. .A.Hr.. .. .. .. .:. .. .... .. .. .. w 4Wp... ible., I I I the ln-ar had ijatrn his FIIJ pel'. Uail UNIVW 1, 41 .
    i,. .. ala, .. .. .... .: .. t..N etawi... ..... .. ..1 I I .. ? .11' p IM nou4 tb.* leMi; I mot hat lint. e.ipia'i y fi.rri I, uere full IIr hlaekWrries that were They hxikfd in the onto| the "iUirF J'k.i. : p'lu.Eveieti .'.
    .l. ../ .. .. ...;.. .. .. .. .. nrrr..wd. .. .. .. .. .. .... y, p IM '' "tlrtlt..h. cents! n quart when. I he 1 MM"* SavAonnh. AIIuta Ua Coltuubla -
    . : Arrly .1Jii-.; .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. IV IM !inortttbNU ordinary ui..i.f.. for i,;bl I'I' lilarklxTMeeiN rooiu. kitchen,' ..iini -rtinu. and ali .
    ' .w .. .. : .. .. .. .. .. J. 11II1.111I..I."n. Now a few W."Kt" U6t > .c.
    r ;!) a Ir -f.-" : : .1ulrryl .r. ...... .. V 4-. .aN down worky-iif such ru uric uiz- i itiim o\cr the: houst*. without finding: thUar..The
    .... ., .1 1 ,... .. .. ...... .'....1. .:. ..o..r.t.- .-. .. .... .. .. !O'ila. IU bloody : I and a little dark fluid were nilcontj'inrd. I cellar door Ii,n.h'lIaI..1II ; 1luJcpbl. New Yoik. ,
    t ----- .aDd.'IIIIC'I. ie nlrr.lup runuoi aafi lyignored was
    ( relishthe U".tla
    .. The hJIr.'not -
    General l'wum/er und Ttcltt Office, loll W ,t Bay Strict. tc.iiriUr.: .1 r lucre ,,, \\'imlnKiards \\ir.. in p'lnrt and a. Ue .
    'J1i I..u
    iKhUd. j
    Ili or II ins llanrof Eheappb" ahkhgrow
    1 -- .1 ch.imlxT lad,lcr wa" oulkide whenthe Ktrrrll, >la<-<.... lUuU.. (
    1 I" iurvitsble reault-of tu.-h)wil.l. teJenrapli had come dow-n and .'I.U.ltI...
    ami poles
    d lui t.Ilrl'sMiuurli
    ,,J.. A. L .U&.a..i. NOL HOWARD F. F. A. F. M. IRONMONOfcR.M. .....F. P. A. icy I" lxhad left It when. they crtnlwrl.rhr |. .r.5ru1.-.. Hull .a.u. .
    JICr.WIr1LU; n.a.t .icbd and uureuaaiiiiij MpiIile| t< thepiueious ;'tit lunch from the pailAfter that it tin triill. iHiminniiaui. } 1'I., I...
    : paiU Jlhow..llhat a IM--.IT. had |>.|*. I"a.."). PI.IJWUU. "...
    T. O. QIR.. T. M, .. .. COLF.: P A. H. CLYDE. T. M. "or.t of liuinan DNliire! *. had pone into the woods.TheLoys. l I..fii there I.II..h0:0 1.Ul"I.I.1.1: : not (11 a_., 1'ny.Ih'rtIUrt.wuPrbaar'4a'ffv4ik. .

    S SOWUXB UCX, SIN TOBK. l1.aJ? iu UM public oultpt.ii R4 of 1"r.. .. h-ninRexch.-jnfred iSquart.Sof .. disl.ute' what the hope hail told liTni. I J'.y: : .. 101.. ... "".1"la.u"1. <>4tFFECTIVE ,.Nc. ..j Ural -
    blackberries for dinpT. uud haying
    a WM. P. CLYDE A CO (;ea'i a II"'., '
    I otgMiiizallou havein, 1m tnkru all lln rulennf logic thi*.War Khould l>cin I Ir
    ft B ..lui. ( Grrra.- X.w York City. Ilk IM. Ar... PhUarttlphla.Georgia 17-tt count. It i i. well. U..t't..w. ('iu-lime .... the house;. but from the r\idrme of I \sr' 1u.kl.rltl.uau.FEB..... ba..rL 23, I89C. \i

    whichMbiniMUti I gent I5ii//ell's.. seiiM-s the In-ar.w'as not I theie.t .Ira.r.Jai aM1.11:1,1 augur. .
    broadly tb* npint 'I..W. .. .1/
    wax his lslain'dutyto whip the |H>,>' .,"" Ihluuple I Mlllu.. !tv!*.. I.r \
    ft Southern &FIQrid1tT.iw ..d tho revolutionaryuda uLi-h! lbeliavti ) ;noel: .1.01) MrtMnNM... .'j, M.,...."t...
    view. Fur po. tbw workintf UINIIvbo I I n-nner his moneyjhile h..lu..i.lat..llh.IMI' I.'C....;.. 1'ud N Iphl.. .\rr "..a5. b..l.u. \
    N made n close study of thesituation. I .04 all kvlriw | Hu .u".J. MMI.a. .
    .LIDS. .uaz'ri"1J uu>b* ii.w ... "."...* *> p. M.st .
    enters. .ur Iiv chance line looked.. into 'a'I'... ..... I.araya Ap kartI
    'Suwan" River Route to Florida. I'- tin Rmru Mud lh"' prmenl iiiriiii,..r the great fireplace anisanomrthtnp: I I ,u 1p.u.u"..),... Ii..4.0.5). pvruVN. Iwo: h..ts

    who du-v uoi in.m tli4l4ly Never .h noiii'ln- /A\\ which hadrstaIIe0 u//rH'seyrii.: ANu.t.rrJa.MI.wr..wrMUrlbrfMpu.NtaI'rla..i'111.... r>rua. iirk I''l.
    I I. Tim. T..tl. 2 Tumb.r 6.. uw..Iiunlilhii..itrr.'r.tny' wnb yr.wi .. Th' liear'n gnnr "pl] !U* chimbley, ,-. .. '
    .. July !lu. IbrwUitb tba UranlKul
    \ said the
    1with eoniiijenee.Iliirell / 11.ualJ
    SOUTH BOUND" BOUND i In opeu Mint a fill kuowlndge of tlw. .I ...IM 11w..M. 1'ru.a.ul.. .. .a.
    STATIONS.NONThI also saw bear'trackl'' in theaxhes hay. k-a..lark.uN r slur t..a. .lair i..1 Iii ,
    real of II e ...r.I."l': ;) Kif ,
    tlo No 3 Mot No 2 No 4 No 6 purpode ; and found lx-dr' hair on thrjambs I.r.U.a. ..16..KIWrlkulssar.
    -- -- .. .. Lalior from low ou 1 0 .. out with' ] bo t.ttrrjulul. ... M..ill.. A.. 0"
    .......,. .... .Atlanta . I of the. flue.. Hrclimlieil to the .. .. laUlbwfM. MVIM-M. 'Cal
    .. .. 'I :01)t M 'I H. JI ? ; Ariirr tl. Mrt 4 4T 4)1. .... I ; Ise MM i.u
    ., II IM Il4tli IMre .. .. .......... .. .... ........... 4 4(1r 4 IS ... avowal thai ball employer is Lw ".mpl.tlII'1 I .Ir. roof of the house like a rat.and 1:ghling. ; aed" Wu. fai.IB.'waU. I'arcW*blcrpcla.. Aliltc

    .'1 rM1 > r Jlt .II1.aM Lea re.... .. .M.4a, .... .,/tiiivrLeave 1 YM Ia A ill ll, 1a 11 hid Memy," ilK unit wuoin bit. t hjaiideil ft half it'bunch of matches threw them J.kwUlllr 7-W. a*,in.
    e 7 OJ 4? A "ir M ArrUf. ...... t Nr............. .. 11 I' 1 47 :siS I -.
    I -. SI* J tJS ........ ... TtituaVal "'U\.... Is M 1:1: W 40 her..wr.lly openly, m uat al way. be lown the dainanf')'. \Vben the matches IxNe.. J.lIDUf. i5 .. m. for Mark. .
    4 M: .. >l....ta ........ .1 H..U. .h.r eprlrr. t.a..uu..
    10 JU 115: II A > I. sJ r x S W had he made remarks fit
    out not
    _.. ace fclM .,... .. .J..r. ... ... ..... .. a M tt ..._... raituL I II I gone to a alldruud., Le.r"'I" ..,
    1'"...,. tia T w ....... ..... La 1f 4t .... : II 3* I 11) .. .... that a wbolroouie social condition? 'V. print : |>u|>... Uflaytlw. wtAI.. ", Yowl
    t"N.: 10 IM PAXATKA .. .. e W S ar The bear had out through the viI,7sMlp. Au.. J_ .u.J: ...
    lMsdjauJ'ia : pone: ;
    .. 10 A X Slursarm. .. AntsArireltSr.11xr. .. ... Iii peace and a ifm*! IM i ighboi" j -
    ,... 1. !' i I" 44II Arrive Wit.- .. .. ,L.aVrArrive Id .* A M r *. .J.. : uuJ..LaiaJu | hrt4eenweu I Croat chimney aped to the roof and Ctoclunatl a ltd Fkxlda Lilulitd.I..ves Jaca
    ;-i -:' -:-" Yin W ... .. JACKSOIfTILH_ : .. _11.1 ee fair tf poMib I hurried away to the ,.tioals| for morehlackllrrrirs. ..wrtllutgp.s .buildlwlib4r.Ilalr. 't..*

    r ... ..... T3TM ) 4r1 r Ji.L.........".". Tf.... .. .. _II 110. M ...r. .. .. who from being laborer b.",e I be- B. fore liuuell bad re a.Il.ula.4br.tauui.ra little o."r. liuur .'{Cuuuw.lil l'a.a..rl. ru a.II.IU.Mact.

    t. I A1ni. ... _nTGZAAJ.D._.. Lease t v 4t 5 ... .. .. .. mployrrs. Mud llihurt'fa who hope nun I Loul.viUa. and all pubic Uvitb std
    .' ... ... I.-r. ValiltMa.. lie\ed his ,cougevted feeling enough flj .
    u aSIM r w It: Jot r I Airivr ..... 14 14 r JI 4 ie i 4. we i AtnvgJ.ruO5nll.r..5's.sibully
    I r.\ ._ .... irrlr .. I.lls.a .Lute .... .... 40 a !L,104.IM \ ta become employ lheiuUe.? 11 b4.! iUD CLIMUKD: A TKLEGrtAI'lI VOLE tome down the bojs bad gone home .afiluB buuU. et Lixlia. K. ..'U1,
    .. .. .. .. .. ... THOMAJTimL .. .. ... < 41 :r400. uu'l !.. I their ('hk.lu. Leave JacikourilU 7.M> |>. m.4i*
    1 k ........ .. r. M. *e r a ,.r. ... .? .". .P.l.tk..Arrirr i 00 A Jl I 40an .. /'haau between the two ao wit t 'uiikil lluzie to the! telegraph pole to carrying money abilberry pail*.- MMJUU. Au..llc"BIr.IurIu.m. Uwlly fr|>ui.f.,
    I2' rro ) S5 A a Arrive ".. .....Saiiuml._ .........1'. t CIU I ........ .. after all. And ouly :'deiuir<>gura pike' bail made N.Y.Sun. 'L| MruipDla. Il>n..I.J "."M' HI;. M. Urfi..
    :::::::: ; ,. ....... ........Orlaixlrt .............. IX I) 11 A' A It ... ..... uu IIIII'OMr..lt oil if they a CUIcafO. Tbaw.b'sirepeu vlll.Otlt .-
    .. ..... s 80is r so -......-_... Lei*lal....._ ........... t 40 r x r .......... Hovertign, .bu are utilher euiplo;ere j ;i.a.Jr t.atliund ttrurk out logjt more Tomato J.Ur- !>..(.IW .. 'lllyaud Lwbe.donly
    .. .. iu W .. .... 8 tc .. uu cbaui U, < bic4 u and tiuux Vu.Arrive /.
    .. .. f 40 UO o0.1.f itor employed, bur w bo lire upon strife.d U-rrio. Icauiig- llntttll: tu limit alone. its Is particularly'n ce for a luncheon 8.Ju ., '
    A.\ ... .... .. Ar.iVr. .......... .II..Ue a t.
    w )I ,, ? ... .... about "
    ."". :::::.:: : M r M .._ ..... .. .....L avc .... ... ..ir to make it iwpwiaable. And then, They uorkrd i.piJIy fur' too : .Soakltaltalosotk | .latinelnbaU 4IIp. D.-.I wt lsllrbs/wsrrd Inltr-

    1" i. ......_.. t >4 .._.... .TAMPA........_ ..... ...._ .... 41i....:....... rttppo.e-tbough It' is bsrdly j hoiirb. .aud I their pails wr aurally as a cup of coil water for: n hour. Take; medlatupotut.for' Arrive J.caw5v111.1bp.ta.:
    enppoutble 3ft m 'la.rpa au i IilaIW.di.1up1J
    .....".. HISu .... ... -.. ..'. ..... ...." ., : ........ Iwforithe lM'art of 4 P. .
    ............ > ai ... .. | .._ "" ..._... ..... .. -that all eniplo: >ers of labor shouldUki full a'S. |they hud fern one .pint 'finely chop. ed tomatoes. u. Pullmau. u sleeper* Arrive JackouvlllctMa >,
    t lined i when somethiug(1u.6e.lrmot.g. Add tfenerous of rich w bite stock
    the gauntlet thrown down by )ur Mar iM. AtUuU.two trains daily" LttJackMiarillc .
    operates Pollmaa Buffirlt Hipper th. year mnwd between NaibTilU.TcDU.. and JackaonMje. up \ I the' liriuii luu-k'of the blackberry pitch. 'of the"noaked gelatine % ith tomatoes.Seiu H.Ii aa. in. and 7,uu p.| ai.fulluaH .
    ,. Fla_ TU MMXIM aid TIMoO on Train :(... I ao< 4. Ibis fanatical order and declare all it*. alecMII all ulr4Ir.lss. '
    ,I' ;A, On.rat*. Loral tlk-apt'n list jear round bttwie. 31aron<< Ga. a".d ralar.. .. Fla. .U U 8.rC The; IjOis lurid fait to their pails and >oii with a tea*|>oo iful. of onion {iT Send lug B t f.ladricd Tu.u.hlp tap of 1
    P.: dire t Tralna >-. < aixl 1. members their "implacable 't'Di'mi? It.k'''l'J. l'n-ntly they beard bru>hJjtkinp juice, salt and cayenne Vpper. l\ the Florwalu A. O.

    Operate ntuia on PaUman Train *buffet o I aud Slrcpcr 2. tMtwtcn IL Louts, Mo., and JaLktonTlU, .JU- via If*cou That would be perfectly logical Lot ihe ,, : a.. .if walked ujton by Mime tomatoes come to a "' Inland then strain N. 8. PENNINQTON. 'MDONNELL

    Gaud boot would be on the other leg. Pthaw1Tbe I peaty animal, and a niumcnt l.itrr ni through a cloth. Fill individual mold, Tn.JKe, Ma., *r.

    I11'/ : ." Direct Line to Fitzgerald (Soldiers Colony):via Tifton Knights of Labor need new piiuri-I ,"i tear l.obhlrtl I out from the maple ;!frm- art! when' the jelly becomes t 'cold aud

    ;lend began to I""rri.for him vet. each ona' lettuce' leal
    pick scne one
    DlnBerTtlna: Rapper Lake CIt. Xn. !- ,,"ltj..t Lake Citv IHaner TKion. KnSBrrakUM plea.. need new leaders, used intelligence.need : ; When you tune and inspect Uiauii do
    .J ; :| s<'IC': U the boys liad lirei les-.friphl- with mayonnaise dnKSlnA'Y.. Sun.
    Lake Ttty. No. Supper. Lake City. No. Supper Cordvte. .No.BroaU.aWlnfrr oominou'eeuee.or else need disola> ; not turn backward 'uLo hue toad
    Coadele. lion and inocaoua diaaetude encil. or if they bay uL more rare in kill the trip sir Key Mnisbip -

    f'l Tourirt Ticket 0.1e to ill Florida point, eomncncloc Nuvenber lit. ttw6. I I e. .. 1 waking thrir" retriit.. they Mould hate -**)irs. Kmithers." the new to Key W* We 1. rn nil d))bgLt
    0. HALL T. P. A. W. H. LUCAS F. P. A. gut without trouble; but their IxtanK-r. "you ought to build a house."ld'herr ." ail in iamwer..kulu
    D. I Mr. H. WetUUjiu. of }b -..g... III. away see. 0 pttrpetoal
    .Lt1&D\ao OL haste made noise fend the noise caused shall I build it? asked; the unwary slid in f
    JaIDb&11. ;
    7HoMUJac Un*, found that Aye? Fill taken when $tidr nkmg tropil11and groan

    ;: OBBHOD1,8f .v aymploiui of-U grippe appear. prevent t the bear to look up. Srrinp the tin pails landlady. "On the. rroundainthccoffee. dure cocoa palm craru

    SgllciUuf PM*. Aft,Macoo Ga. further prngreea of tbe disease, and nn4.- no doubt remembering' his last Mr*. Smith......" was the response. folly in tU .ol. dreamy lefoi hf. .

    he baa yet to flail the first case 'where. :nl r'l..w. with similar dishes the bear There'i a bald CT *n my cup." lifting wbaJ1#.11 coolUatly -

    .tor"i.: ; LANE, G.. A. MACDONALD. theM* pill* did not cure the malady.r grove chut For the next ball mile it -Harper'* Dazu. ." aoroM U .af 8a to tU

    0"1'Dpcrta : fat 01.1 rlllelller Agar E ,rjr don-. WM. df",r Ure. I .umi Ilud


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    Will* ; move their -Shoe Store r I iiito the, McDonald iI Brick 1 .

    :I Block the Corner of Avenu D ,
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    : (McDonald Brick Block, iCo Avenue D and 12th St.) a.* ;

    Wednesday December .16 1896I J f r i 4 ;

    ; The. Largest. and Best Stock! of Holiday Goods ever, i

    : Exhibited .on the East Coast.. '

    Where they will open their Immense Winter Stock( V 1 0 .

    of Shoes and Hats which are arriving 0 .

    f daily by the Car Load., Christmas Christmas! Christmas-

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    f '.\. ,, middle-aged: know that you havn't forgotten them. Go to Townley Bros'.

    I' ', We Have Just Received! 't' ; bur up to date Chrismas Presents suitable for husbands, ;
    ;. ..:. ', i. ;. wives, daughters, sons or sweethearts.A r
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    \ A Full and Complete line of Hathaway Soule ,:TT| !; ; "* ; .. ',

    I and Hoisiuton's Celebrated Men's }'iDeSho s. it.:' .I Full Line'of Fire-works, such as Sky Rockets, .Torpedoes. Cannon J
    Crackers FireToys Crackers Etc.
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    'The. are up to 'date. ) Toys Toys.I ,

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    Call and examine. ,'our goods and prices; even -if you do not want' to buy :, {r, ,.'', ..> :. i Remer1< er tHe; ; tn.c3. lcioe' .
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    McDonald's Brick Block after Dec. 1 i, '96. McDonald Brick Block, Dt) >>c. 17, '96. ylloteIIlianii ,

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    , WORK UPON THE: STREETS!: carried with the sewer pipe through Important Business Change.C. 1-. j -- '. ;--- ..A::.-,- --'-.-...l.,."... ...... -
    the different ,tr< . '
    ... C. Chillingwortb, who ,ia> bail = : I \ .

    Together With Different Work of above of the the water sewer by pipe contact andcontamination the management, Graham fc of: the Cbillingw office >rib f Robbins atWest '- ..: 0 f ..

    Grading Throughout 41. Town. with the sewer pipe'ts not* possible, the'sewer Palm Beach, ""iIl.enr h s active + ,

    A. Worlejr with his 100 men, hasbeen pipe being drain tile and the connection with the oncern at the S. Graham, 'Prop.Miami .
    enraged now .even day 'on Bi.- water pipe steel tubing. close of the present year. He intendsfriake .
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    tayne Drive. The work U being done to locate at Atlanta, Ga., and a Fla. .
    la a thorough manner and *slow and George G. Carrie Admitted. specialty of corporation law. Ouringbit

    vxpensfte.!' It will require nearly two | In speaking of the examination and residence of almost 'five ears in I Rites $t to $3 per dal.I .
    j 1 weeks of the 1W men and three or four i admission of George G. Currie. the Dade county Mr. Chilling-worth has '
    team to complete the street over the I Lake: Worth News of the and inst., not only: made a reputation. a gentleman .
    t two block between lOtb and 12thftreeU i says: and a* a business man ol strict It. Anrooinxxiitiooi for 200 UaeaU
    include the work of The of G. Currie' Homelike and OomforUbl. .
    ,which will \ application George integrity and honorable purpo e, but
    I grading 10th and llth streets one i for admission to the Dade county bar, also as a lawyer of m.ikl'i bilit).. Mast Southern Rtilnwj Sutiooio
    : in order and his examination before John Aside has -- E M F the United Slalea ,
    lock back from the drive to Judge from this he proven i u eminently t
    r ; set the proper slope, together with : D. Broome was the most important satisfactory partner and acwv- .
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    Lee sidewalk on the welt.. tide of the < business. transacted in Circuit Court ciate. His relations for the past five ,
    legal matters. The1. Palm Beach, I: dCONTRACTOR
    street:.. I{i I Juno Monday, at least it was the most years have been extremely plea ant a office will conducted by George G. : ,
    It }i' expected_that the work upon important. to Mr. Currie. well as profitable. Many of out readers '
    l'o. i r Cuir.f; who !uch, al excellent AND
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    tae, park on the front will be carried I f| All the members of the Dade county will sincerely regret to learn) of his !. the Circuit Court BUILDER.
    examination before
    < ti at about the Mine time the work on I r' bar were present,together with a numI departure, but many good wiL js will la"t week. The Miami office will be All Kinds Stone 'Y rk. Plans and Estimates ,i' '
    -. i.e Drive u. Upon the Drive alone,Jt J I berutvi.itingattorneys from disferfD'tpart. follow him in his new ft ld..D if at '
    .. managed by U' :>. Graham, who will jf Furnished Free. .
    gether with that )upon the walk, will 0s of the state. any time be should bt''unleinl'v rl"d
    with luu until |i The examination lasted somethingover be a.sistrd!i by :?.1. Patterson a per- MIAMI FLORIDA. i-3-tfia
    engage llr. Worley men from any reason with the d..ir tlJ return ..
    cutest rtudent of Blackstone, and whoexpects
    nearly the grit of arcbpro\'idin all | an hour, during wnich time question to Florida, we,are ronfiden that the /
    : ( ) to applfor'adllli..uu ,
    I.the work i* done equally well with ; of a mot difficult nature were be would not only receive a earth welcome '
    which understand I'1 burled at 1Ir.Carrie from corner. his bar at no very distant day. Fredk. S. Morse
    w that already' done, we every from old associate* .. .. ,
    I will be the cue. < of the court room, and were answeredby Dade county bar but from our .
    feYhe MKTBoroiis i* authwritivelyiu- I j him as readily and with as much generally .r..r.tht' I I Circuit Court Notes.

    formed this week that lint street- rue and grace as if 1 be had been a E. F. McKinley; who hat The following cae were disposed' of REAL ESTATE
    toe street en the most northern line I practitioner for )ears.' of'the Miami office of Kobbin,Graham in, I he Circuit court after ve went to

    of Miami will be graded and paved to I j The examination on Blackstone wa &: Chillingwortb since the 15th; dray tif press last Friday :
    conned the- northern ends of Biscayne :conducted by C. C. Cbilliujrworth.. aodUl'rij'id last April, the date on which the rail- A 1I1)1I-suit wa taken in the"! u. of Miami|i Dade Co. Florida.
    Drive and Avenue D in a' bicycle cir was \ ; however, .Mr. Currie road went into operation, "'iIIl also :;im.. H. \\ ildrr.lirurge ,

    cuit. It is four blocks, or S.OUO feet, | did not miss a question, and proved serer his ('onnt''tionith the fi rni at Kreg-er and Chasrle-t' P.
    Across from avenue to the,other. i himself to be thoroughly familiar with, the close of the present.year. U will Fi;her wereronirted of breaking .... AGENT FOR LANDS -OF
    '! into the lif.,-.a\ing station '
    J.J. Elkin has been engaged this bus subject. become associated with Mr. Chi ling-
    reek grading the two blocks of street \ Mr.Currie was highly complimented worth in Atlanta under the Arm amt' at Jupiter. ,:.., The former: got two )ear Florida East Coast. Railway' Co.;
    leading north to 12th street from the by Judge Broome in open court on his of' Cbilllngworth A McKinley. Mr. and the latter five jears in the convict
    north portico of the Royal Palm. The '' knowledge of pleadings and con.titutional McKinley, who is subject to t very :! Ciiup. .1. T. .Sanders, who.defendedthe Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.

    loam existing amonar the rocks in this law, and remarked publicly headaches, has found that a -uarm, >e men, i i. havingpainted a fine My-fl Bost, \\m and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.Frederipk .
    street has been carefully ,removed for that be had made'the best recordof climate aggravate the trouble. This boat' railed the "Lark," which ridesgracefully

    lawn purpose, '1 any applicant ever brought before U one cause fur his departure but on the bay which he 'took '-

    ", W. Weatberly)" has bad :force cf him. another reason of weight is bU eire a* a far &Dearborn'REALESTATE
    i men engaged in clearing up the Bay\I. George Currie came to West PAlm to continue his association with his old A verdict of tf.lkIJdamages; wa rendered .
    trout between 12th and 14th .streets, Beach in (October 1995! and accepted a friend and college' chum. C. C., ( l.illUr.) in' the caeof H. P. Larsen vi.
    and in leveling off the two blocks of position with the law firm of Bobbins, ingwortfa. During the time ;I Henry, l.eiiholiii.' the action wasbruught'hy .S
    Und between litb and 14th street and Graham &: Chillingworth as stenogra McKinley has been at Miami be has',! II. P. I.ar-en through bit
    the new street running north from the has. served .his employers made many warm friends Mho will attorneys, Robbins, Graham .t CLilliiiKWorth. -
    hotel entrance. This territory will faithfully in that capacity since that learn of his departurewith' much recover damages for ana I
    this.winter be devoted. to the different, time, and by strict attention to bit regret. His management the Miami 'iruli made by I.enholuiupon l.aren.Thi Choice MIAMI Lots at Reasonable Prices.
    out-door games,which will be indulged duties, hi. gentlemanly conduct and office has been entirely satisfactoryand i'* i it the largest verdict ever rendered "
    1 in by guest of the hotels. i iIVm. 1 genialdisposition he has won many during the limited time .hehas{ by'a l lade county Jur)'. .. ,
    Varnadoe has had men engaged friends in Dade county who now applaud been a member' of tbe Dade ,county hlsaeJunrs, who was convicted ola'ault Author zed agents for the sale of the Brickell (South de.)
    ;., blasting! in different places-upon him on his success. bar he baa made a record' as a careful' '' with intent tu commit murder o lot, th mot desirable residence portion of Miami., ti
    II the swimming i ''pool tank, upon -the .. .. lawyer,and as one with good proojite; ib the second degree, was enteuced tit \Uo goml trucking and 'roil land in small tracts __
    grounds on the south aid. of the I II Homesteads Open to Intry. of a successful future career i .,,, tl e. state prison for two years. For prioca and terma ad tees : .
    I Royal Palm, and upon'14th street' andthe I ban 30 acne of oUand land on Bi.- Bobbins', Graham I- Chill |1 The term which adjourned last Saturday FREDERICK c s
    north of the Palm. I I ea,...Bay anitabla for tracking which worth will continue in '' was the largest ever held in d DEARBORN
    grounds Company t'jl.Tbe jl.
    I I will not for the coming ason. Terotanaaoaabla.
    'During the week the grade for water I bar also foot.d ...... ence and handle its properties scatt DoVcounty.. .. :-tf.gs I Miami and Cocoanut.Grove, Fla.
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    I different streets has .... "
    pipe upon fia tract of land open to bomeataad throughout Dade ,county under A i I
    established by Judge Knowlton. try on the Ke,.upon which I am pcvpard Por Sale. "
    I Leen management o(.Jtobbios A Graham.
    LUMBER and Building Malarial of all kind, Hardware Sub .
    to locate aatUara reasonable Tbe of Goodrich
    on tar portion ABryan' t'
    liof will be conducted ma. will upper '
    1. The water The saw patronage of the old firm i' j andoora, -
    GBO.L. Mrs. W.M. .
    M.CDwra.arCounty building to

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    from the pumping station near the I! Surveyor, be bandied in the future by the Hob-j UrGriffon tbe premise.. i-4-4w-lp FORr I Vegetable Crates of All',Klnds-e-, .
    steamboat wharf across the lowland 1-7-tf Cooouu&Oros.6la. bins & Graham Company, which -
    near Correll's livery stable to Avenue j jD *Poi Sill ita beadquarteraafTitusviUe. Uo io Godfrey A Greert for fin* can. < W raps and Na J., wnt .- '
    Chiip. a'i die*.rhooolat creams and Jersey Eau Gallia
    ereamea.mar. Fla.
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    ,where it,will enter the same trench A bedroom suite of six piece. :En ''M.Bobbins, tfee'bead of both .. 'Th.l.II.m cheap four for '
    kith the sewerage pipe, and will be: quire,at McTsorou: office. tf will have immediate "supervision of all J"d.L.. tf-8p l tar. quote special Prices delivered at your atation. acv ll-U kfi
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