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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1902
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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VOL.7 -NO. tiC { CmiDtj Coantf.tMt pfDmd MIAMI, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. JULY 30, 1902. S Sank* Df.Luu 4* Mm.>4 PRICE 5 CENTS

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J SECOND DAY OF JUBILEE. :I Foe

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I A Neat Hat,


.' Industrial Parade Includes Many I A Neat Tie, ,

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Beautiful Floats. I 1 1I 1i I jf y. An Elegant Shirt,


i i A Fine Pair of Shoes,

ATTRACTIONS OF THE .:| PROGRAMI
OTHER PLEASING pAYuf A HandsomeUmbrella, .

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Tbe already Urge crowd in town w" ,(could on his clrgact t v wsg n. thedodgera m OF EXERCISES Or
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thrown 'to the I.
printed being '
welled to great proportion by tbi
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crowd aa he paused.
arrival Monday night or rather yesterday I Mr. Cbas.,Cone,the blacksmith, had 4T Wednesday 30. | Any Article of
July
morning-of a train of eleven i: little Miw Stella Budges Shetland j

r roarfcea crowded to their utmoat capacity i pony on bis float which waa fitted. up jj Ufm Men's Furnishings,
with visitors to the Magic City I at a rvgularsmithy and spent his time uHI

There were, roughly estimated t.OOC shoeing the little h rH. ill ,
the city'gates During the course of the profession : '
within
stranger guest I II M 10:00: a. m.-Balloon Ascension' and Parachute !
yesterday, and they came from all I Tbe Plumbing and T aalng Including
'. ) pan of Florida and many from beyond i Company Lad a moat rldiooloaJ float. / > Drop from vacant lot almost oppo- I !
the State. All were taken care Tbe jolly ,plumbers and tinners_ iji site the METROPOLIS I office Ui
of without inconvenience or ('ODfnioDaDd i aboard dressed ia full clown r 'fumehying jf\ UiM : A Superb Line
could have old barrels for sewer pipe were ,
indeed at many more / 1:00: p. m.-Steamer Biscayne leaves giving ev- I
secured fir"t-('lat aeeommodationi. simply rich and their jolly ants en- 81s"I
The street yesterday morning were lirened tbinar considerably. I jji et yone a good \ iew of the race, j of Warm Weather

a urging maa of humanity, the many.. Tbe Miami stone Works float was'!fjl, cayne Bay and Cape Florida. Ui i 9

well dressed stranger showing ,their very fine and gave our visitors i good I 9? 3:30: p. m.-Band Concert Ufm
Interest, &D4..everybody seemingly chance to see the beautiful appearance \Ii
with good humor. Tbe our native'ttone !' Tbe Firemen's Contest and I Ra-
bubbling over I 4:00: p. m.- Bicycle |t I CLOTHING
the Industrial blocks on the 1D.1'placedin
great event uf the day wa great wagon jfi ces. nth Street Course. Jj .
of the
Parade, taking place at 10 o'clock. petition during the
The parade wat headed by the marabalaoftbe parade *Jfi 9:00: p. m.-Tournament Ball. Ui2J

day, Henri. Finn nagin.TU11e C. H. Kobbina &: Co., our enterprising Evening excursion on Bay. Steamer Biscayne. M[
Anderson, Ellis, and b.,...* and aaddlery firm, bad a :W MfW ViiitSEWELL'S
Gore on horseback and most elaborate float. Tb pile of wBicycle
the mayor and aldermen in carriage\ harness and aaddlea, whip and every I' *
bowing right and left to the tfaronp other thing: asked for la a firs 1aoI M 0
.f spectator* crowding the ti.. of harness ship waa on that wagon |
Races and Prizes.M
arch. while the ....1ODt.. little boy riding jji "
of whom Miami the bone waa not the, least iii
After the city father, artificial,'
? __ .. J rir.1. * 2 1-4 Mll Pwkto >! l o.to .prl.l. prize 1 ,
to be proud, cami attraction on It.
baa good cause "t T l .*co.4 priM,mry !.*. VjVf I
the Miami band, lookiag very fcaodm W.tooe'I3i.r4ware store wu represented \ I
aiforin and discoursing a prettily decorated ? 1-4 Mlto Duk f.BoT.-_ t.._ of "tkn >|in.'.. Fir, ........ W 1
some their new ty very
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lee \ K-ta WOMU pries..try *
of mntie. stove, I
toe moat beautiful wagon carrying a gaajline
Following the band was osrcrack 1IIi!. cream frceiaf.a plow and several other |;f! 1-4 Mil. ..*., Inc K....*-... k..t. Fir>l prl<*.lluO. Uf : The Leading Shoe and Clothing

ltu'JtcolDpa.,1. fu'l drrti uniform. article from the hardware stork. "t,:7 2-4 )I..acP .....* klwk for ....,... Fi,.. pm. ..A'. ..eco.da..try Uf I I
Xothing can bo said here that can add Mr. Seybold'a immense loaf of,bread fj% ,.... \\j| [ : House of South Florida

to their popularity. They are all was a very 'appropriate sign of thatgentlemenY I fj; f Mil Ran for M... Firal prlw. fR/l. .......... pf1l.. .irj fr... UfJM :
right. large baking establishment trm-W. 1 E. Tuli.df k... E. W. Bn..k., San Prrk- ,
Next in line waa the Organized Labor which when It it completed! will 1 T :
..... which Miami bake in Florida.P. vif Come in tad gee whit we eta do for you
Union the by have the largest shop .. o.t of .k... .priHt.. E.trtpffl .- .:
baa reached her fair proportions Ullendorf't float with the fattedcalf / : A.<>. Bryl.t," J. MuMn. tAllnlrr _. for little moaey.

snaking a decided contrast. to the Indiana looked food. Tbfcbildren especially (...w.M b. 110,-.......o.V( kid.. "j| :
who followed along behind wen delighted at the.ilh'.f the |M CnMiBMict at TIM p. .. \fo t:
fresh from the ilderaeta." cunning little cnature. r-
The Artileial Stone> Worka attract.- "I
The Indiana were dressed In their : John Sewell & Bro
anal "calling Ifo.a." though some ed much Interest with Its load of Wr. 1
of the strangers watching them, the handsome concrete blocks Which I :
thought they. bad bee "vMgd .." ar*being aaade here in Miajni at the I 1: 3 3w

forth., oocaaion. They marched along corner of Avenue C and 14th (Itreet-: W For Thursday's Program see tomorrow's issue UiflH ''J
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like little chlMrtl out for fun, aing.Ing and out of which, several of br fine 1 i & -
and laughing from sheer delight a.w building*will be !!eoottructe of the Daily Metropolis. ,
There M"'nl'ber attraction* *
Nest' tame the float and where were
could more ete..rlllf01wa up ones be of the pared which were very jgood.Tb .: Ui 1,
found ia a street parade. AU wen Tropical PUawtkn Company,: Ui 1 Will Open Its Doors.. .
exactly what they should be, and we the firm member of which are -$- M.
only wish we had some kind of a kaleldeaeoDO -I W. M. Brown,Chat. Gartbtlde aad E.'I < ,,. arrangement ty which weh. T. ByIngtoa; the Express Compaiy..: f The increasing wealth antI business of this
1 could keep the parade going for the i E. Lummua, E. L. Brady and Corral .: : U"." :" ,

; r bends .it those who were .afortuau Livery BuJbl were all reprcaatod., community call for additional banking fa
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enough so .11I1'. Tb bandaomely decorated canriap
The Miami Rifles bad very appropriately from Mr. Comll't with lea prett, oe: -- I cilities. To meet this gro"ingneed, the

decorated their Boat In the cupanta being very tasteful. .
National colon. Our gallant Bremttt, In their handsome I
With a lovely lf04d l-libertl in uniform*,drawing U*elaborately
the person or tlaa Ruth Blntaa, who decorated boo ..\11. sever looked DONT FAIL TO VISIT :
was draped beautifully with flag. a leer u.very young lady oa the itrevt I I First National Bank
and several soldier boys funding oa will tell yoa.
the float helped., the military. pie. After the pande It was nearly lunck + + -* THESurprise + + + !

*! lure materially. 1 time and too people suddenly lirokfor ... .
\ I. Mr.Edwin NeUon'a fur.llbedpaI- '( the rrttaaraau and boa IU th 1 / iamiCapital
lor and bedroom called forth a gnat houses, and fop half an hour'\ Itth Store : :

mossy oompUmeatary remark Tilt street was aot crowded. i II II I :

lost was a very large one and the !,
tastefully arranged, ........ furniture I $50,000
For some reason tale la the 4&1) UK
/ Cor. 12th St., and Ave. C.
made ln..ppesranee.
a very .1 Committee, on Amusement ebabfed
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The Hughes *; Co' dJtplay was especially .I the program and luindredt of people Has Been Organized. .
clever. Their geaeral float were ditpmioted. The touroaaxatwa i / SPECIAL PRICES WILL

decorated with beautiful pains was advertised to take place onj 'Mh : HE MADE DURING
very attractive, though it waa their street aDd pany people thetboio* Its doors will open
other two vebiclea tbat showed the af stajkg'iD to view It, Instead of for business about November 1 1902
most wit:aa elegant automobile representing going to tbe golf ground for the ball Jubilee Week : i ii
the greatest prosperity and '
game. nle.. the program It carried ,
with the legend t
inscribed
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progress oat a* alvertlseb, many people II be _
"We use Painter's Fmiliiert," followed not only disappointed but disgusted. i OX SUMMER DRESS) : GOOD) I Ii
by a shabby old wagon drawn by Notwithstanding tbe fact that 'jaucb
J a decrepit mule decorated with the I number remained la town for) ,beSOurn.lleat. i I CHILDREN'S:; .\T,. RIB. : Dttlert
Painter's Fertilize I I Biscayne
We diio't use
sign, tbe largest jrtfar
will this g aaon. BONS LACES EMBROIDERIES "
last year, but we congregated during the. jubilee tbe"I ,
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wa the one at the golf yesterday Drugs
The Lemon City float filled with the afternoon to witness ball ART GOODS, ETC. PILLOW ,

beautiful thing that are grown at ,.-. SHAMS. CENTER PIE D'
Lemon City was exceedingly well got I Both tm<-Miami', and Ce t. .i.iCEg. rub Druggist Sun-

up, and mutt have bee evpeeitllylaurtti I ".lIa .th'II.d many fr act 1 SPLASHERS.: :; HUHEAI'i
tv people from abroad.. : I
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moan eg ret'ivs and IIi I Inc
The Bite.,,,. L' t..b-r Calnp,., work. The fins inning wa to clvte- 4 COVERS ET('. dries Imported and
cvatrivat, uf a"i,
IIIt'C'ba.I.,1 CD
Lad a II played that nether tide made a
> alligator ratrbiag a little "olgfrr"f tingle rue, and the inien.*t wai$ I. for Butteries Patterns.ladies j .,1
..,ri.t.. The Headquarters
which caused auucb t."... Arkrr the IIr- I..IIII' tbeJtiami Domestic Toilet Articles.
Butt wt very Stony dee ralvd.Oo team wade ...ao!y gain.. P trb-
'af 'M flottt thing 4a taw paIftD' er Barrett did tone fine playing nod are especially; invited to makeour

sou G. A, Mailer"t old paint tile real of Ilse b.'ys w -right Clio, r," store their resting place Perfumes '
\od
...,. Tilt rickety old wbeeli and ri- tbrougnonf the. grme. \ ,

tfletilou tatee. face laugh of t.be to painter look attb. Mr. Ban-i I 1.l'rt. pitcher for rest C. L. Ximanies Our soda water is made from true fruits
> everybody .
aa Palm Bmclk, WM,.io&I..ltl burl wl en ,
.... the game ":.. ah..... l>t.lf over and Mr. Proprietor. . . and fruit juicesSFEQAL . ... ..
'.r. B. )I. Ina",,be printer, bad a 1
litlte; Job press going' as bard at it (rO""tti'.J ue fourth hC..J ....t > ) > . + . . .. ATTENTION TO PHYSK3AXS' PREScm J IU"IS.


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METROPOLIS. ,\1 111\ JI \\1\ NU(I I11 TO I Sul 111.11'Old Days and I N I ew i


IUIL FLOIICi JULT 30, 1)02. in Pine i Woods of Dade. "


Mr. J Frederick' n m town today 1' 1'1': : I I t I' 1'1' 'I! .l-l-l-1-1-l-l I I I "THE IDEAL.
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B. B.TATJY. Ultor.. arranging( for floats to transport provisions -
M. r KXTVCKIBOTOX. BUIMSMR. Yi.ag.e. tliroug the Ftrrftladn: to the As the country becoming so thickly grandparents) their parents and them-

..... '. -' railroad surveying rorp* which i. no.j I settled, a great many of the m"spictures I I selves and every day they take another I I.
beginning to long stride on the road which without
wettof Mi features are
\ AMI MRS.\ Fl\r I.EH forty-flre mile south and sue I
to bear. disappear! With I..deC..untY'1i a curve seems to lead to the
j ami.. Iti I is very interesting |
., and excellent facilities for | plateau of success
his wor
I IN ITOTIIVSSIh\ : I IM\. I.IIP. through)f r. Frederick that i:i hitherto dminlie nnetplored .prosperity.....urlnill'lentyof building material, i I The homesteader is replacing the

|' roiintrj and anyone i. favored with the o'd Rh.icks with their rigged pal old house! by a better one.1here buta Ladies

l niiItunfs, f"ht'.IIt' with wild vines few years ago was an unbroken" Outfitters
moment' rUn.r'Itilln. -
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,, ... iwlmnilie > < a '
... r :is! pir:
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T N: w 1 r. \V rl.l 1 i. uing .1'I '[ are being r.ipUl 'I'Ior..t li\ up.tn" I ..Irt or pine land there are lieautl

r *' rag n. w' 3""' 'Is' li'iUNcs, and It i is lot. groves and thrifty pineapple
niiiiiiiHlii'iis
"s the tart tomato date. '
:1.,1 \fter Wiirkiiiir ac-ro
and :MrII. M 1' ...." r sir, ..:!> j ; '
old
fields and beautiful' pine ">.. this m-wwss that des not II.HIIiI"Iot.'Iulle 1 patches In place of the farm \
11" H.don.: t* nuts.arts. ', :
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l'arl' f r
i' > land" until the) reai liwl a |M>;int aril with the silt, 'nl |poi' w 'nixMlucli igon. are handvmie carnage and ,
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NJ".U.; li-i w "i .
i 1 tin' ci' All Midi IncredibUsli '
\euslim \ in in t
hrt.'w the IVrrine l' Fr ., d I it,ii .' \ .. i.J \1 .iinlMr ., about sic" moss ,,, t
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i k1 rt I soiinns II"'et" tale
may .. ; tune I n : fairy ,
Bro 'iii.iniKl ii'i t'.tsrt |iis
averting n 1111|
"rant and I ilie lu< r : .
.. M r.... .i1 i' iii, I ti, .
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H) 'urn \it ..10't. ire .111! moving in
aIn :
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nut 1111"
iiithniK' '
t".I and a [1 here
ha e, the male a \
.. t.iri in. I of I IKir pun ) .
Flu.-,. '111".1" : *1 .". third mile t"ulC"lIlolr..tl) into the ..I..ul .i new < iu'ii Ainulinus< with 01, .1111. it is |IM rtH'II\ true : Millinery i i a Specialty.

,. Everglade, I'lie V:ti-riladr In that. its t.ionii ) \irunlis and ii.ib .rotcs I II
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SI a L 'i I .r tn- i' .eition.Mr. \\r'nevlrrn. I k. .a) .. are of an, t .,:111 l t ref, out III me .....1 ls, |Iii' I,

It i -i >''. .u1 TI _.Inl\ 1|I' I I.pu art ir) lit Fng'i'Lman.anr :N.."i au l ip .... entirely: dillt-rerit, L'rriatiu, i from that tins to ..n.nus in tin. s..ig .nt. pre iiiissn .\ kH\\( \ CE OF= :

i'f the Miami rh..rbUln. and wiiofnnels.. the ni.ini lav off tlu-n I'' ,
pinrx I
.. in the M.unit)
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.-, I undr l' of \m 'rican -
\ ,i "n r. \\h > \ 1 art' "Th.. Nl "f and I H mm'h .a.i..r to travel in lioni.r i.f the citrus tr.'t' TilE OLD[) LIGHT- : 1 IJ die) \\ (- look after your wants. Come to us

Jui .. wit.! r. :r Uilb-ri.' a ,ith I through. -\r.al'lId the river ba'in-the the Jlrt.tIJU"11 Anise" cottage\ with fur al| the in,'\\ up-to-ilatc things in ) our lin,1'n- ;;;
of ")U-ds wl II I he in chord
bottom uf the glades i I. composed' its prim doter
his 'r- 1 a< mail'1 < ii\irnm. nt Ideal It-ads others
i ifh'i follow in
: thick. murk latp T.h'i h a man will sink Mild tin(1.u- "f the old latched ral L..dil'sfissl's: and
:Na., n\ m for c' II Tfius Two Names Written
II i I' i siin "> IK on the Wall That
he d.w sn't .keep mov hi beoe.tii. the iniirnit'ring' pim-xMill Child 's
: : out of sight r if 4 ('n Furnishings.\
and .*\ \l, I 1... pita >t\ !! i I' a '. Since Have Been Merged into OneSeveral .
into \\ here the. _urvey line l i. being ,IK but ttlem"ry.The .
great i nj. 'Mr: Fa.ler. and tli !is. run the Kladtio are of one mouth ,he. t frt"q,...rat ckarings are '!"1111. { feet up tinst.nrs In the

men "b. arc\ .r. \ ''''.'. rat:a'. ', xctianc. : of TIM.k, ruserrd llr>t with a lajer of awa)' with, ..III"lh..r't'luU'ul\ tli"Utlidangerous oid! lightb" \us>> "111 '.II'| "- F'., rdi almutas OU.T All the new up-to-date stles Ill
\'Ilt i a "' r ti.! tw, l tin ir r.p. .
rich mud two or three ntcne* deepthen feature "f pmiuft liftHit..' luglis.t six font tiiin < in n',nHi! 1
Iiv i 'Ir'"i u :N.t: and!rains: U-ai I,. with water Jar) tug friim one to linear> tire There I is nothing mare arc twi. n.lines. That of the "IUIII'I I Indies Corsits.A .
'.'a1.\ : ami :)1F ".1. r has lu-l t ,
two feet. The walking! there i is much featfu'ly I beautiful than UK- burning is.aull cliMincl wliiie; ..,lIy a littli of

mjcc. .. n .r .nlal l hou" partimnf ..a.i..r. 'l'ice one' danger bring in the pine vtiMKK with its thick undergrooth the man's surname i'an IH dt"'II.I"'d. I II
th X.irtu; ,, in :Ma andojienidSatantKir :
f-jm. ) pot liole." whih ix>. ur now tnl I' of dry p.iltiietto'!> s"ime hurrying It was ,o-ie, winter ,da)' two seasons .
Mr. r'.air't-r has rntirt'! r -
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then and into whnh the stirs e) or. farmer ,'I..a.lnlloIlIrt for cultivation ago. that during; heavt storm tau 1 .1s1tI >
.. alac"I! malaria. fr ,m
eovf r dfrvm an ...
sometimes itep f r or a malicious! Indian tilled parlies! of tourists were drivtn for
which liuffervd; Palm lleach: III tlieispring
at The part has now gotten >o far with a sudden rush of the blood of his protection into the old light Imuv

and i 15 ihormighl rut hn l ltumm :. from( Cutler that it is. almost impossible lore.folthel'.11. allow the lire to The wind howled louder and louder. t.
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"r rung at rchuuct. :Mriflap'.T a'I I for them to secure prt>TiionJThey \, "get out", and In a section'where driving the big waves upon the shore full line of I-adics Misses and
,. with "> '
: greatly delighted o.'autlful'' make such long marches into i' the palmettocs! are of many months' and the white foam into the lower 1 r 1

taBsti. and althmifh the architecture I> the glade that they can't rt back to:. growth there Is no earthly stopping window of the tower. :Night fell as If 4 2reade2.Children's. Corset Waists.

house cannot compare in camp for meals and }lr. Frederick';J''Qf the wild tire until reaches clearing tbesun had gone down forever and :

appointment :or decoration with the idea of having boat at hand with supplies 1 or another wall of flame sent back :[i the two parties: who all the dar had :

mafnificeni palace Mr. FUglt-r has recently will greatly facilitate their1progrew. against It. Hulling I up In great wires ,I I been strangers drew close together I II ( )ne J'lt Ladies White and Colored Shirt Waists
built Palm Heach. she considers
Satanstoe at an ideal country hume.Hr. I lit darts to the tops of the highestpines 'I I under the stairway and waited. Thestorm : worth i.50 to 2.00. to go while they Q&/
The Hoe so far ha been beautifullyrun and where below the darkened grew In fury and the ladies of I
Flaf'lr come to New York' almost mile'I' 1 : last each at. . . . . . COne
one undent being a ten :I earth gives evidence of the destroyer'sband tbe party from the Royal I'alm were
every business day on his swift steam stretch another twelve and a third.Mr 'I the tarry tree above stands upa terrified one of the others from the I :
The ties of friendship betweenMrs. '
yacht. Frederick' think there will be raging torch crackling and flaringfor Kverglade Hotel nearly fainted The ,
and Mr. and Mn Pembroke lot Ladies finest lisle thread Vests with
Flakier genuine
'I will be the at'I : ):
no doubt that this airrey days at a time! |, men with anxious faces took turns
Jones and )lr. )Harry Walters, of I
one adopted by the Railroad company Sometime there are Icrl'1lupon going to the window and came back i : silk tape in arms and neck worth soc togo JC
clove! and the Narada
Newport are very yacht r and ID a very short time band of | acres of burning trees after the main wet from the IIprlwlthllUt a word of" : at. . . . . . 3C
on
Mr. Walters upli-ndid steam I
i workmen will be plying pick and shots i conflagration Is over and at night the comfort '
which )I.. and Mis. Jones dispenaesuch | el In a hitherto utterly unexplored | stars seem Infinitely farther away be- !I Finally a beautiful little lady from : The same as above with short sleeves 25C. I
rracioun frequentlycasts
htmpilalit.r '
country and toe mjsiical Fvergladeiof dimmed by these brighter lights below the Everglade crept Into the arms of :
anchor off/ Saumtuf and disembarks with
toe feniiikole will be shared a tail. One.looking man from the Palm, '
At Intervals (charred trunks! !
Mr. and Mrs. I'
)lr. Walters or
Jones while they make a visit, to the the. white man. !I fall with reports like distant c.mnona- I without causing a single remark : A full line of Ladies Muslin Underwear to

Flaclers la A usu.t1.: .. and )1.... I Idlngand It Is easy tocarry out the pic.I l Along about midnight when the! : go this week at greatly reduced prices.One .

FUrler .tl!I (o to :Nvwprt on their OLD LIGIITHOISF I tune In one's mind's eye and Imagine storm had passed and the moonlight :

yacht 11 visit Mr and )(... Jones aDd | the burning \I'Il5-the bivouac Ores of came Hooding acroMi the ocean the ,
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]lr. Walters at Freldheim., the Have I STAIRS aRE 1'NS.1fFfThere [ some mighty army asleep at the ere i i big man stepped up the stairs a little | : lot Misses I Drawers,
and scribbled two names on the''
i way
shadows
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meyer.'tlla on Bellevue avenue, .hlchtb..y going to be a serious arch of battle. Grotesque creep
brine whitened wall hull crowds : / to this sale at
from the Urea and the j| }jo:
for the IUIUMon out camp
have 1..1 summer. dent io tl.eoJj abandoned light /
back to Miami the larger of :
came in
burnt out of house
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With the Flairlrr million, the friendship Cape Florida UDlekS some restrict frightened raccoon II
'the twoboils and the next morning' I
and Influence of Mi \Valten and tioiu ire made on eC'ple'lIolbln, land home takes the proportions of a : 25c a'i
> the big mao and the little woman i
Mr. and Mrv[ Jon.soh"l has.now. acquired the rusty stairs. There are placesthere grown-up kangaroo: In the distorting i
left for the North. :
position and iiifluince in NewYork's the rust has oaten entirely | light i
times forest fires have reached From the quiet evening shadows of :
smart curt aDd her "" n personal through the steps and though tilt Many
charm and carnation. )I... Flagler/ magoillcent view from the top repays the homesteader's clearing and daysat ,'' a little New England toss when In 4 Y

nay b< .He of the new hostesses of New anyone for n reasonable amount of a time the homesteader and his 'their boy and girlhood days the One lot Ladies Gowns,
'
I I threads of their love story had begun
have fought, inch by Inch. to
York society ne l winter. :Mr Flai'rrhasbecnmei I t..t breath and throbbing lIIuIIl'Il."II.14 l{ family I this sale
identified with Florida duo not warrant anyone eipukintf, I| save their house sod grove and sometimes ,,. to tangle, to the shades the night to )io: at
lost; '''on' 'ape Florida when the snarl was II
But
hare them. that
and prefers' so much lo lue there in themselves u>actual danger of death] : they {
winter that it is not likely he will re- The grand Old lighthouse with I 114 was in the old days andthough they I I. Ktralghtened out from the day he : 75c.E.B.DOUGLAS. y
carved their names on the old 1 -
mapletree
andhangea |
tilled with great happiness ,
naif In New York after JanuarjMrs. '. romantl'history I III weJI-wvrtli luokt were i
can never be entirely free : to the night he wrote them .n'
chance of entertainingwill from the Ocean beach and 1 '
Fitter's ing at
from sadness those old days are gone ''Ifuren the walls of the old light house, they I
iherefure, cum..n the earl) part hoped that ,everybody visiting ( i
Ita' I had not met. I
of the ...a.,". She is to b<- counted FI'Tlda will have judgment l
The growth of this country Is slm- 1 Today they are sitting side by side )
among the coming prominent matrons to Imagine the scene from the : I
t wonderful Young men and In a lovely cottage at Long ranch:
..New York and will be a welcome.! j jadditi balcony and not add another traged]! I Ito ply Miami''I ,
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women are living. In their experiences I l laying tbeir plans to return to
>n to their ranks: the story of the old light. I '
I : here the lifetimes of their U soon as the snowbird come

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Furnished Rooms and the Bes will run from the stone>> pier I
Neatly : Tsvers:: : :: ,
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Fare in the City. ; i (lades, sUrtloc at I


i 9 a. m.. 1 anJ 345: r. m. Ice Cream Parlor j


a i Dates$ 2 a rid $2.50 per Day Far Me for Adults. Children tie. Cor. Ave C and li: hi.tj I RestaurantIS J

The War to.gi to tki (Golf Gronnis THE: PLACE.

Building will be remodeled and en- .i::::...

% large for the coming season. @ i f'1, ---- - i j 4. Neat Service,


---- Cuisine
= -- Unsurpassed

FOR: -r TE.I.i: i A Coal| and, Comfortable fining Room. The Best of Everything-.

'tamable hunt forget the name.



Furniture I BISCAYNE HOTEL l' SMITH'S ,


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Tinware Will be Open for the Re. :! For Souvenirs


.\xn.) ception of Guests .

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in China. Leather. Photograph. Pictures of all

House Furnishings of all Kinds II kinds. Pocket H..-k.. ".are. tine work. of art.
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GOTO During I .1.:1... Office Supplies. Il.o"k... Vtationerr. Art .:m-
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riKltrie: a large! a..s..rtment of I.adie rurnih-

J. W. Watson'sHardware I Miami Jubilee ; ins.. IWautiful Lace. and Irryt..wyls.. g" to thr "


THE KEYSTONE

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FINEST I.IXE OF ('IIIX.D! CROt'KKRY.( : : MIAM-: KLoRIHA'i\. J. ;'fLB) I It FOf.IIAMI .

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II. Ndlrath who has charge if . e . . . . . .
Mil MINCE MEAT.? a large baking It in Miami.establishment in Jacksonville Welch Delves into ;

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Papt Afoizo :sawyer and family the Twilight of Antiquity. ; :
mill
The Mat tend r.dl'plt.ood
smear Lemon ( ity in now in operation came the Vole up .jeKrrJajfrom t* remain until tile.'rids Key). on. t t .

Mr. Hart!..... successful Scholarly Address Delivered by Our Fellow
a very pine- W. It. I..uo. the well known phailmaci W. M.: Burdine & Soil.Our
o' Jen* ii, i.i in Miami.Ilfr. ,
ajiple grower .t ..f th!> firm of cake .t M< Nell Townsman Monday Afternoon.

of of Jackotitil.'e, : is registered. at the .
I). I.. Alderman and family .
Bi. 1 I . I". 1"01 I I I 1.1.1.1
Fort Pierce are registered the Bi cajne.lli ,
Mr.Chiirinin Ladies and Ontlfinrn : I ty as Johnson's Kncyclopaedia credit ,
cayne.Mr. : >n. I i..1. Bruuiti) the distinguished Britian with furnishing the cedar for
It the boast of the legions who
wi
H. Ivott and family of Lemon .I editor .'if The, o ala Banner u i+Ii followed. the eagles\ of France In the I the Temple of ..Solomon but such contention

City: have just returned from U..irauma I Miami mating arrangement for ti historic retreat of Most r. tint they is untenable, for the good .
er outing i Mian edition of his paper. Tbisn'a i and .utticient reason that cedar doe Store is now the centerof
I' were the "rrar guard of the (.r.nil
Mr Gorge W. i.ang-lun. of 4'halta- i omplimeint to our city and speakwell > Army.' and *<> it may be presumedthat not grow in that country, and that it attraction for :Miami, on
l' I* among the guru:v. at of the,; opiniiin other people be'I I should be content with bringingup wa long after the Honiara m>..ionthat
tllsj{ Everglade.: 'i I.d I tier fold >'itm-n hare of her im the rear on this occasion, notwithstandi4g tbe horde of Hntisn be,'ante arictlized account of the sulI|, 'rb line

portatx of New' Goods receiv ed.
just
3 ". Mcl.eod and Ware Berry ...rJjUI the ground has been no thorough people..tccordnig (. :
( well known in !II..II.I. arc registered Among" .the tiPiiiihed, (jubilee !) coffered hy the dmtinguirhrd to tradition, the detail Our n<-\\' line of Wash

at the .:vrrglade.Every ,-..ili>r-. we,I".t..tlll' presence of Mr, petkem w ho have |prey eded ...... nf the H.ilfi-i..n I ...I'\.r) wire fully ( D Goods is
hUlldr..II'ruldh..1.Ium. l l r f' s S
art forth in the two ( r'l"-
M' the i
v w. W. 1.IIIIII..r e-t Palm" Brach.Mr. Wh..n approached sin prutsi-
sitor to Miami should arty : I nuglilln wa the, architect on tion of taking part in the importantirrenioinei \.. .... destroyed at the lime of the } cially! attraitiie and! imit-
away mull him a copy of the lllii.trsl- .I..r-I..n i of the Inch eudeiite I
.teni ol east .a.t hotel growing nut. of the .i1llo psgan
the entire sj < r ( inj If need fresh
):; you a
ed higtauro Lla. of which Mthedei .laration of M.
| and rank at the \cr) top of his pro .nniopr.ar of the transformation of '
( R. Mewart ton of Kr .
of court Alrck' Mewart, on Bay Bincajme. into a city of .....mD- \ two hundred year later and p else in Dry ( ;nods now is
I. registered at the Bwayne.Mr Mr. E. W f.ralum i I. one of the rr- politan pretennon. at well AI the the di
:| rent arriialliin. Miami who ban cometosay. near approach of deep water, lucrewas (fby, the Malecions seventeen hundred jour opportunit to get the'
II. P. Allison, of folk 'ounty. .
I llij i > liiime wa former!) a, a thought of volnething ponmblybiiniiiroui )ear rr.,i.u.ly. l-st for the least money.
i* in town. lie has about decided to .. fort :Myer,, Hut he bas decided l to I Lop bjr way of getting In touch :standing on the, hills of Munster inthe
locate trucking.Hon. This applies > will to all
hereand in a
engage .
rate f.-riii>itit-iitlj in the Magic t ity With 'I audience but rr.allingthe fifth century, and surrounded by

1">. A. (>albreath one of Hade. '1 he, Monday right *a* ovey fate of 1'".. tnr kuott, who lout a reelection his follower' ,t. I'.trkk.. pointing lines of Trimmings and
count)' prominent citizens i* stopping train In < because of bit westward oter the Atlantli .ald : ".\
two In ir-:, late mi account of the large orgre.s Furnishings.'e have the
at the Kierglade during/ the |uh- crowd ahwrl The scene at the 5t11 fa niuus.pr;,cIi mi I'Ulist Iiand. the, uusfortunes man will uioe. go out upon the waterand
.
die. land that will he the nicest line Women's and
llee. (ton when (the rub came in was cer4 nt "-uu..l' (..x, "b. failedof oter a
ofay probable: tutu uoatjots for the I're. paradise of the world." Two hundred Children's Shoes that we
2i r. aid Mr*. IW. I barman tainly rscitF.g. There wa quite a .
,.- are in town. )ibapmsn :.s number of Miami people ""waiting for;, ideocy IMCIUHV or a tendency to be )rare I.t..rlt. Banndu related the have ever carried. Our line
I base taken counsel by din re- declaration of <*t. 1'a.truk at a eonI -. '
a prominent pineapple jf o. er and 1'S".t.j guests who missed. them' 4 witty '
... elate of monk*,over whom .st.Brandinpreoideil.towhom of Inf.mt'santl hild's Slil'j
!
owls/ properly in Miami.llr tirrlj in the throng i t In this I :am. .rb'p"llIlu..n't'dby r j j
the toniideration, bat remarks he said : "I 1..II..ouo- }
my is specially ooJ. We
Hul'.il Lemon ("fly, it build- Among tht .I.t; the MITKOI-OI ii will relate largely to twodlwoterie.* sel and aid to find this promised land pers :

ig a very handsome rock house onrorll..r ollice )e..t Tdajr we were very much] of Klondilong antedating the coming should it be the will of Jod." to which (t have them in Black, White

Ue of Lemon avenue and Mi pleased to r..t\lr: Harry I.. Brown of Columbus: which not being 1 they made answer: "Abb..t.loor.ilI Tan Blue and bright
.IDI.t.t. lie expects to use the flntJlooe tbe editor Of the Tropical Sun, of is ours: weareready. A.hipi. fitted -
found in the books because but recently
and the West Palm 'Beach. Mr. Brown i it an Red with hose to match.
for hi*drug store upper out, provision and tool. are put T
I known, may tax, your credulity '
part of the building: for a dwelling. exceedingly pleating and intelligent notwithstanding they are as well authenticated j| on board and the adtenturers set Mil <'i

gentleman under whose competent as many so-called (acts of I i for the wonderland described by the i I''
Mary people into the Biacaynetelook I
step 'management tbe Sun baa abown '
the
'. history. And here let me say that of .poatle According manuscript
at the list ol autograph of I 1 marked Tbi was hie
; improvement. ;' t'be' mistakes of history perhaps the ,, account of this discovery recently : all
tbe Indian registered tbere. They ant visit i to Miami and be expressed' We carry at times a full line of Mosquito Nets
'I remarkable la that Columbus : found in the archive of France they
are -Frankin Jumper," "Jacksos himself and delighted at moat and We have the Turn Over Nets which
"Ben' a* surprised should be considered the original die I i had "a pleasant' voyage, and after forty Netting. attaches

Charley Franklin, and Tommie"General Tiger. tbe evidences of progress and prosper- coverer of the western continent for I day had passed they approachedland. to the ceiling and also the Dixie which attachesto
I shown our city. ,| '
ity by Cruising abont for day
; it was discovered a dozen time pre- the bedstead. .
i The decoration of the band stand I Everyone should try to get out on j viously. found an Inlet capable of tbe tbe1'1

deserve special mention. Every one tbe bay at night daring this visit to! The earliest ..reference historically I of their ship. The native were

WM sees tile pretty little building'I Miami! It" simple wonderful toj to that portion of the western world .i uncivilized tribe, but kindly dispos I

wltbir I gay hunting trimming and I,watch the flab at sight skip out of the away sow known M tbe Peninsular !State lain ,: ed." Tbe narrative Indicate the Und ,
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WaiUful electrical display, speak in of an approaching launch They _oel.tloll.ltb the building of the I first discovered to have been that portion

the highest term of the artistic work. seem with their learning silver sides Temple of Solomon though there la of tbe United State lying between '

With its background of lovely Bla- a part of the phosphorus which shimmers rood reason for supposing it waa not I the Carolina and the southern W. M. Burdine and Son

tayae bay and tbe distant mangrovetlined on the shadowed wave Tbe unknown to tbe Phoeniciansand probably -I extremity of Florida. :

ahore of the key lying darkly noon not rising until such a late to the Inhabitants of AUlaotaa, I I Many colonist, we are.told, followed ,

n i again the ccean beyond theJfy boar, gives a fine opportunity for seeing whose commerce we are told extendedto in tbe wake of St. Brandon notably I

little building make a .beautipieture. -, the mystical phosphorescent lights tbe limits of tbe habitable (lobe. monk zealous for tbe conversion of .

Mr. E. A. Frowher and .o the water It la over this that voyagera Tbe story of the ant discovery as far I the Infidel. St. Branding Land appears -

Yr.R. I>. .erl..ho were In charge through tropical seas go Into the a* knows, I. briefly as follows : When I I In most of tbe m.p"of the so- '
of its decoration have certainly shown greatest rapture and should not be it was decided to build' the famous called")iddle A rea.,aDd I. laiddown )

exquiiite taste i missed for anything.Magnolia. Temple of Solomon Hiram undertook In tbe French geographical chart of I

I to furnish tbe required cedar but not I I I I., I.te. dale* I'M. The Irish abbot . . . . . . .

finding it on the Mountain of Lebanon navigated the seas seven yean andIs

The of sufficient size a* expected pre-eminently the mariner saint of .

course was bad to Malicious, a re-I tbe calendar wherein bit memory I.

man ; and the one-time king of Spain honored on May llth.

who thirty year previous to the period 1..1.1. the commentator, Baron von
in question descent the Ilumboldl and Bryant the historians
upon
Corner Avenue and llth Street. coast of Erie now Ireland, and after ian fully discovery.confirm tbe fact of the Brandin &nifemen' (f (!t cut. L '

many battles finally vanquished tbe
and Coolest "
Largest Tustha de l.al.D'.oO the pl.iolor TbeSora."L.nd.m.o Year Book,
like tbe Cb-nese"I) Book," The pleasantest place in own is at
Tallton. The Malecions, a* tbe conquerors which, ay _
Dining Room in Town of the Island became known M an official record of important

in history were fearlesi navigator, events, relate that in the latter part j,
'
ewly Furnished $2 and finding DO cedar in the country of tbe tenth century Ira Mandon the a'Xorse J. H.
navigator, was driven on j Hayes'gtifiar
N Throughout. Rates fitted out a ship and probably having roast of Massachusetts, and made b.rI'
Day knowledge of the western continent I bor at Buzzard's Bay which be called >:
i' because of the '
"Vinland great
sailed westward and a year later returned profusion

Special Rates by Week or ;;Month laden with tbe required ma-I j of returned grape and gave Mandon*uona subsequently glowIng --, ( (Room mb Cool ring gt e

terial. account ..f the. new century that !
J. W. ERICKSON. Propritor. The topography of tbe country discovered three expedition were cent out in rap 12th St. Opp. Biscayne Hotel.Ice .
corresponds In eyerllmpon. id succession the last Intended for settlement I .....--
and acquisition of the country Cold Drinks of every kind. Finent Cigar and To
ant detail with the Florida of
tud".1 being In 1007. This expedition coming bacco. The moot complete collection of PIPKS. from
tfhile here call ; The adventurer told of a dark but in conflict with the native were the cheapest grade to the fine.t mecrochaum.
kindly race, who wore little or no I driven away after a stay of six month l
and carried with them two youth, J. H. HAYES
clothe; of a long, low stretch of
and see my who stated that far to the south of ,
try with many bay and rivers; COUIl-j' their home then was a large settlement lava *lOp*). ** mjm Mo...
tree with bushy top, such a. of white, who wore clothe, carried
ooanut tree, and tall palmettoe and : banner in processions and who ,
of cedar forests of sang and shouted. The country, they. -
j
.ltool.bID"bl"1
was called "White Man's ...lId.f.or
Furniture Stock ne..." This must have been tbe pellla.UI. I sad"New Ireland." Humboldt the P"or the Best Meal 1.1 TowerOR

of Florida, for nowhere else 1 greatest of historian, says that tbe
would the condition described be Irish who first settled Greenland, did AGO .
found sailing westward from the point not come from Ireland but from Carolina -
by which name the entire country -
of departure. The west coast of FlorIda -. then known. In
southward wa Short Order Lunch::
And furnishes tbe world with cedar.i proof of which be produces convincing
see how cheap I sell It does not
am aware that so great an autbori-;w testimony. :
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pay to ship old furniture here. I I

THE RACKET STORb Clark's Restaurant,


ITS L'DERTAKI.NGIN ALL BRANCHES Edwin Nelson I WEST IIIE AVEXIE I>.

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I Handles everything and sells it cheaper. When Reasonable Rates, Prompt

in need of Graniteware Tinware, Crocker Gent's and Bo.t Service.
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D'.IJ.A.: : : :I: !
Furnishings. Laces and Embroideries, Etc., we will I.\'NTH COrXTER IX COXXECTIOX. TRY OVB 'OFFEE.

save you money on them. Visitors are cordially
IB to the front !
rapidly forging a'i invited to call and see us.



4[ The Ludiig City ii South ,FlcrWi. I !i The Racket Store, I, .


r. CHAILLE SON. Fro,',. : Everybody
EVERYBODY IS GOING 'TO MIAMI j ., .
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Now is time to secure a CHOICE LOCATION, eeitbtr i s : Vou Cannot do Better for Meals

end Lodging in Miami Than atHnson Ela.tlxa.tsOn.lx.ea. JI
Business or residence. Choice'locatioas n the city for sale W- I tSeyb

Mrs 'sBoarding >1d.'s .



ort Dallas Lan tOlnpan) i I House, Broad and Pastry. I I I '


can on JOHN B. REILLY, Agent, Tliom.
Try:
11th Street Near Avenue D.
Fort Dallas Land Company, MUm ,

Or J. E. INORAHAM.. Vice-PreaX Everything New, Neat and Clean

waa"".. ForrTallas Land' Co., St. AaguatiBe.F: i and Table Supplied \Vith"the Best. I

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The Talk of the i : Special Jubilee Sale. :



State of Floridahas I .. .f .


I Shoes ,
Clothing

i been the ripid' growth ."f.I tin and j icft/ s .


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City of Miami Gent's J JT Jt I;

FurnhiiigsSchileidmall 'I, I V rIn.t e ;R. \

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Another talk pm will hrar i., u f the magrr'ificent ''I f L..d w.tr+p'I


We stoics believe of Anthony it when Bros.we say that the public appreciates & Cohen'sOn i ,, i I,I I II e C + v+ /


a first class store run on business principles.All D

goods marked plain figures and what theyare Post: Oftl.: MIAMI.\ I fl.\. C > <
marked is what they are sold for. Goods : c -4 t
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bought of smch houses as ; i i i i i i i i i i i i i 111 I 111 111. i. 1'1 111. 1'1" ,.. .


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I While 'in Miami Go To I I ;j

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E. c Jf\ Collar and cuff price, 2;jc. Whaler's Jewelry Store -I .-..--
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Manhattan Shirts, price, $1.10 to 300. 12th STREET. MIAMI FL. '0

Alfred Benjamin's Clothing $fOOOlo8OO.. I 'z w -' ;:..- In i

j and souvenir of visit. You I .
purchase a
3..jO If $...00. your
(Fall-OrerShoes, price, $ I ,
\b'
Edwin Clapp's Shots, price. M.00 to $:.()(). j can find some beautiful things at a trifling Z
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Young's: Bros. Hats, price, $J.OO.Knot's I I cost, : ..c'sM ,

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and$.i.00. !
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glades should not mist the trip ;the I t
LJlemg
[Continued from Tint i'age.j i i Miami River. This la one of the prettiest or.
tails In the world, the water la I ac a
I Chat Karti, an old baN ball pUyer.WM always,calm/1' tbe beautiful vegetation :t1 avitV s
Your back if goods are not as represented.
money atked to take the catcher'l place, growing In rich profusion '

4 allowing the regular eatrber to take | either aide la full of wooden and OD'I,
X,. Benneft pUee. Writ Palm view of the Everglade at tbe end I
I 1 1Jt1tt Beach did good work hut they were oo I! something. remember alwayt.
strange field and to a strange land II I Extending In every direction from I
|'a the leon wa Ik to 1 In favor of i I Miami are the. finest. roads ID thetUte. rw

the borne teaa.i I After the old bridge, which la to soon '' Jc
Ott (grower* i After the ball game came the tournament ,,10 be supplanted by tbe handsome ..
++ ** !' which ... Intensely rxeitlof.Tb i steel structure to be built at. tbe foot I :z

;( riders made the following fine 'of A venue I), la crowed the road forks. I II
-,..: I Tbat to the left i Is tbeCocoanut drove''
I I J. C. OtborDc 11; Mid Otborne, 11, j boulevard, which, patting tbe esten- ,
MIAMI, PALM BEACH, WEST PALM BEA H. I R. )I. Singleton< 11; P. B. Pritebard, live Brlckell clearing where there t.
10; L. C. Brtening. I; Cba Cone, 7; | will soon be erected a Urge number of'i 'II
: I l : R. E. ]Isms. 6; J. G. Leonard!, ft. i beautiful residence and tbe noftro1 ,

__ J ,1 Mr. Leonard! bad a wild untrained went Experimental Station In charge ,
|I bone but did tome wooderfdl riding. ,:i Iof Prof. P. II. Rolft, enter a beautlful ': .,
I lAC one time the animal became utterly hammock
FREDK. S. MORSE j perfect labyrinth of
ufimanagable and ran away across
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1 tropical vegetation-where tbe trees | ti ..
tbe link,falling and rolling completely as m +
Interlacing overhead, form a dense ,
jREALESTATE '' I over, but fortunately without bunting shade which continue three fourths ,i! -
cither. bit rider or any of the tpeetaton. -'of the way to Cucoanut Grove. Near j sR

the farther end ofJthe hammock Is o
Dade Co. Florida. 1 ;, Tbe tie lito!."'u the two Mr. Of the famous,Punch Howl. Thin Is a
borni wit decided In favor of J. C. I'urioulll'baped basin at the foot of I .

AGENT FOE LANDS OF' 5> The judge, allowing the first two ride a flight of steps cut. out of tbe solid
I I'they made decide' it. In the first tbey rock. of the ledge near the bay. The/
Florida East Coast Railway Co. I ,eacb ecnred five ,in,., in the ,teeond place I II well hidden by the luxuriant ,
I 'Mid Otborn secured but one to tbeother' growth of trees and underbrush
Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co. I and

Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land.Co. !', I Tbe prize 4. were divided ai followi: and formed smuggler line hiding In the place days for of pirate Black

I : First 'M: second |::1: third lift: (Viesar
I | fourth, 110 Sub, $*.
; The Indians never pats the PunchBowl Down
II
I | Tbe Bftb prize was diidrd between Away
''l without. taking a drink. For : Sooth
C. Brannlng and Chit.Cone wno
WM. BROWN R. R. MoCORMICK. CHAS. H.GARTHSJOI! '' whosoever quenches his thirst wltb I
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.........1, Oho*""" <.... Gski.r.oaco. i I i I,, tied at seven poiott.Tbe its water la bound to return to its
people who were lucky enough'to
trt. ec.azs:. aw v+-__" rocky brink before he die*.
be among tbote wlt..la,tbe tournament <
Grove It tbe attractive Peacock Ian
., congratulated themselves on which Ita genial boat and hottest Mr. I The
Ba I'the pleasurable afternoon and came I and Mr*. Charles Peacock have made
of Bay Biscay pe ; back the gayest crowd Imaginable. one of the most popular Hotel In . Metropolis

I Place Btruftr should Visit Florida. In the vicinity otOocoanut ,

9i 1 1 >.l Op.OOO.OO I Across the bar, to the northeast, IIi Grove are many fine residences and ,
i i tbt House of Refuge where many a'' thriving grove | It published every Friday at Miami. the Cotjnly teal .f D4Ce .
I'"P : 1 I .
7- .o Kirk XUDroe, celebrated writer '
storm tossed mariner baa found a safe which (
iMMTMtta Casa vat Laws rt IRoat.s.eliieies. bavec. At ODe time a well equipped baa year-round borne there a abort nty. ., at. may .' Men{ 'hy reference, t* .the. above

.. 8eMNl ".'1.,..--. !_ T>nfM .,*!! PaN .f tk. World. A...n :i life saving crew was "atkllledbere, walk from the. Inn, below tbe pretty map I I. located en Btaeayoe Bay, at the tonttern,tent.... ef
aWdMl Ye gv.wr....swla.at cotta C..nvatlwe 'kIq.at..a.a. I i j and tbe old boat bouse still stands on boat house of tbe Biscayne Bay yacht the Florida East Coat Railway,
z ......ee__eI!!a..,. ...T.ek. I the turf beaten tbore. Tbe old wooden club. being tbe mot toutbem city
COUDJ'CJID ftI a.tlI..k.tJaek..N1eJaek..ay111e. I 1 en the mainland of Florida.
Through Cucoaout Grove tbe road J
Merchant Nail Bank, S. T, Incline down which tbe life boat
TOEEIS. uaporaxjTTi Ka.*ta.X.eb.d* KCCt .,_P.u 1'.,', I I'l was sent, when tbe signals of distress goes oo down 10 Cutler, the big tomato The paper will contain a large amount of general and miacellaneou -
j SeWs and tbe homestead
were heard aerusa tbe water la nearly country
.. .. .W ;J. ;Tri: l. COOCQMIOB whither a continual stream of Jan I matter, the important National and State ,
Inn Tult << \ f-r> B .li .. T1M Lck ol tie burled lo tbe drifting sands, and tbeI new the
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II I ,I house Itself, filled with token of Ita seekera have been making their way I official proceeding Of tbe County Court, County CommU-
1 1 more useful days has become a dressIng ever ttoce the new railroad survey wasbeguoi |
-- ----- ---- I Tbe tovert, School<< Board,.&e., betldet all of the Interesting. / local
large Is
room for tbe batben who go over surveying corps '
I to enjoy tbe floe turf. From the now encamped. about six miles below Newt of Miami' and the .urrotlodID., town. and countie
Cutler.The I
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route usually taken by the launches road branching to the. right'leads I'
HAHN and yachts going to the House of
F 1\ out through th. beautiful pine It is
Refuge, a magnificent view of the land to tbe Everglades, past fine strictly a . .
lovely homes strung along the bay groves and truck fanDI.i .
shore from' Miami to Lemon
City
maybe
I i North from town a road as smooth
I' had, i* well MR of the mangrove Democratic Paper
,as Miami streets run to Little
Builder lined shores of Built Itlc.i .
River through Buena Vista and
and a* tees will do all U can U assist In
I i early opposite the terminal dock I Lemon City. All through that. section promnlgatlng and
tbe new ship canal will be builtover( are beautiful places and a Urge advancing the doctrine of that great people' party and for k
wblcb you are helping u* be jubilant.) :amount of building Is
going oo. Meatrs.
( MIAMI FLA.'WilQU the take ef the people'. Interest to tee that none but Democrat
By going. to Norris' Cut directly oo- S. B. Brown Son's place at Lemon I
e I polite the mouth of ibe Miami River, City la ODe of tbe most. wonderful example he kept e* ......

an easy landing nay be made and a of what can be done In this
delightful walk on the beach will lead pail of tbe world. Meatrs. Brown are II
,:you around' to the bunch of cocoanut Klentlflc Washington City men wbo The Subscription Price

A FIve palm by which lobe line ul the canal I bare In the few years they have been I

will go. byte, ,shown coocJutlvely that this .f the Hrrnorou I I. t.OO a year b.t I. oedee to Induce cask
farther to the Kmtb at the end otBlaeayne coin try I II the borne of tbe grape i
...t. .. to payment the price. will he tlM a year when paid In advance.
J Key la Uape Florida wltb IU frail. IbeJr large! grove fllled with -.
myriads of aatocUtloca. There la located -I rare tree 1 is a beutlful11wbL \
Staple |$) eFruits tbe beautiful winter residenceof 'I Beside the drive mentioned there -

(ol. Davis, the owner of the Key, feaevre K other ruada leading froea Not is the Time To Subscribe
and the historical. old Ilftilb use tbe mole thuruugtofareit ending up at '
TOBACCOS ..! which formed the settings of one of ,beautiful homes where will be roved
the moat thrilling of Indian war) buepiuble people more loan glad rvf all letter sad rtmlttaateee to
extol the virtue of this yuaog4 V;
AND CIGARS ; stories land. Everywhere will be found red-,
Those wbo bare tbe ocean at. borne i iand 1 dent eager to talk about tbe mlraeu THE METROPOLIS.

Avenue D and 14th St, MIAMI, FLA.i i all wbo bare not teen the Everla I IuuaC""wtbttlbIUutlot"." southern cnurtoy and blMMt-la.ererywhere .

.....m the little Tillage of 1 tlUllnut.band with northern 'Iltl.t. MI MI i. FI..&

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