Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
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.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: July 23, 1897
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00567
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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'1. : any[-society events,'church or lodger rees; one y..r:ohl buds on 1J to 14Q n, Miami. H sharejtf jour patronagtyiaXtHon. tthich I.i a part of the address to Wa.4-.IU'.t..U' faslltslattLs
mettin "anniversaries, celebrbjions sour ock. |J., I). FRAXKLIX.Ml. .- their paper sod will remit if they are .
banquets etc.\\ Sch\event3, an,.fr,- Ju25J 1:6': Dora,Lake Cy., Fla Grorg,, W. .l lien idIL probably In .arrrar It will 'f,;: fKlat.... : V..nll rt Jalyet tar. J.....
?, qvtnltg\of\ a private nature and the attendance :uteri upon hit duibi' Collector of 'Mon"r. It bard to yt bpl4of,, at lapis such i 1111. Lluv..'.t ss. iatalgite ...'

is limited to members 0.111 or c.r M-jGreer! bestowed a fine watermelon i the Tprt of KEy West on August i. It .season or the year.W .&bJ '". as a ten ,.. ". awtka.. : '

ixritedu&s.', H'ntx the METRO us Jon the MKTBOPOUX last Wednes- is i thV:: : 'bet bf rjn In Florida, but nothing e' are indebted W IW.. PUnr. of 'flee ad,en1Ma..t SS .th p4*.
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j such occurrences.} Tithe secretary day. He has a car' load of them is too good for him. Lemon City for two, very fla. locio ainrapplet EJP SJ ,cents, lUlU fas. U

.of such',\meetings or any'other,, persona 8en?-,them' very che" p. ", \ : ''s Mr*. Gardner hilt offer a 'very One of a flrI Jhkb', ': "* prix T.. .Gairtkr'", w 1Ja1y-t! '

trill appreciated III ish not t:8tcith.a\ only 1 by report/it,us but vitt hilt be be J. S. Frederick 13 now returned. from laandkercbleftarr. at the dance and, o- cured from'Yu4aUo, in tobk"rouBtrjr ]Ir. .A.G< aprs 44 a x4 aiaatft

read. irilh- interest by OU ';local subscritier his extensive surveying trip and ',U eiat on the veranda of the Royal Palnf, hey are .raid U I grow wild aluo..be f.s &MI.f..S' ..i.w-

\ *.'t '. domiciled with his"family In their cosy' next: Turday night to be voted for and coa.*t. They sere of, as .strung and at place Nt A t. Hotel

little cottage on,the south side [ given to the m 6t popular, lady fragrant aroma a. any; w* bav*> ever )l1aaaJ; U a flrw tti+... I .""''.

'. ) t .samiDed., nk' acid bar plated as w -E"; ....& ''In
JI. II I ff1tJ e MEAt ,Jas. TJ..Crensba\ir, representing: tier|\ Ii I Frank Idner ofV t Palm Beachill The big excursion' frp9 Jsrk'soatille' -dw $atueous. We. son bsetehl
N3umn arrive In our nut week with
Co.1 Jacksonville
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of the
arsttrei.es by ,
h\ home-mad machine. It b i will arrive next Weaesdiy alrhL
dealer, in daily products, has been in talking "
lIubJ I' : acou's Miami i Hatters curiosity and well worth eeing or 2 Some of the people will go"attoara tb G9f.-h. u4 can L..rtlly ,
.r. 1r J., the,city several days this week. i a [ | lima, lit oW '
a .o repair ,
steamer for K.J't.t at bvt lot
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U, her hearing, for it !alb wf lI.
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j'j:.... E" p ItDGOGt / Call and get a free sample of that' of them will stay saver and tpe04 Ttur- ''I a connection sitar bit so.tirm fid- t
{; I :L.--\' \ marvelous pile remedy at Bones'\ This Ii, to certify that:I have whbd day enjoying th* ..cplrndid: ''prograa torT Xf. Goo4 Will tables a Lock rd 3
Mri and M Ri:Ord domiciled store. I rawn my Interest in the firm of John, 'I
are' now, rug \ 2t.l swell A: Co. S. Rost x iavze. that has has been prepared; ,for tblrentertainment. wcond-band food A ; ,
: ? at the1 Hotel Miami.: '
Dr. W. B. Boy reports r that he is! 33julyl3aug.. Tb Florida EMI Cent Baiirajr a*? a

Ga "to/Baker' '\\bewbtel doctor, for doing a much better tl.slne5s than heexpected Take, you '''best girl,to'the dance and Born t -1Ir. and 1In.Ged, II. 'Ro( voaer* a cheap n aniOlla:;; aU t

I :flrs' -clus'repairing I' ; .jy6-2t: ih his. new: drug, store. lid iOQ I al' on the verandas of the' Hotel lau Sunday af ernoob a floe too, points along tM lift* of ;tb.| :-4to v

See' Dr. :G. BiiskInnr Harry Budge has.only ben open a few* : t'@ks.1] 1 ;oyal Palm next, Tuesday night I find. weight Jot Doundf.. Oar popular tta- wet Palm 1WsdJ. Xlaail a<|d Key

} ,''it vouiwant; t'O enter the ,bicycle races i T aid\ treat her..to ice': cream. ,Ten .cent m ,don agent' telU hi that *the boy] has already West oo Wednesday, Jaly tv i, Tb
? 1" R. S. Wetmofe, a very pleasant. train will J Jacksonville; at 1a. >
Thursday.-
t next \ plate' .is not high even these rd learned' the Florida East Coast
'ii ( r n I Jovial gentleman from, Atlanta, Ga., ? t-.J... \" Railway' schedule! and l, devetopfof. m., tad ikkeU will bt foei 'e rJ..
pri'I ip "
in the 5-mile and also t
Two. las ,been spending a\-week in the a city.le ;: turn A. i. ''St.q4nn wilt Wallowed ,
'i r inch wonderful precocity that tie will on fQt
:. the 8-mile and li-mile bicycle: races .is stopping? at the,Hotel Miami},. \ The Seminole Amusement Club in both directloa. Tblwater'
I "* make railroad :
soon a good
.' .>. ext Thui4dry.-'f-f j v _J i\\i} decided to make it, l interesting to the manifSaaer
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:,,;t 1 : [ .A.Rosedale/a traveling man I fromSavannah trip from Miami to Key West: la tight of

.' if t u:' re n.| g.. for the fast, race ; .;.b&! been in the city for.few ,. {crowd of excursionists fcbo will tisft Kraut 5-pound ,Can.. Sj',\for 33cents the famous Florida keys will U j jularly '

"' j maybe, i\ you t could'win( the "slow race 'a 'days talking( about the 'wonderrul : 'this city next Thursday and from the at T. %Gautif ajuly-tf. : delightful at this tloeW ,the r-

r.! next :Thursday.t, '\ : f 'I' ;footweat bandied by his house. program it bas prepared will no.doubt Ralph WiUon, wife\ and J\; l.tr, \year, :. ".
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.\( v Alvia 'K|ngsley, ,father of.;A.'E] /It 'anything goes 'wrong 'with''jour uccEed.1t 'Maggiewho left lit. the winter for I I panned' Meats and Yefttablvs. freah, 9at

r. Kingslej; is!i; spending ,a :'"few days in wheel take1, it to Baker \in the METKOP- .1 1t Geoi Mi Robbina, Esq., and D. i.au'lden. Candler, Marion county* returned to To; N. Gautier' ,.

i < the city1 with his too: *f i ous block and he will. fix,it up in good t Esq., two Titusville lawyers; Miami this .week to:make U their fu ,
\ writer this
The week made I
was a.
\ i J. t\ .1" i h ''? nape \J I ? jyl6-2t ale in the city :this week, In attendance ture. home. They found no \belter '
''i< A o tthe fine bicycle in Goodricb present of three very fine China or narbrella
guess the" : the.. Brickell-Baron case before . place than lIia-ml-.J tbo g Dandier)
ViVe &i
\ t t Bry n'. window for every dollar for! most popular lady the on\ trees and four.Auttraliaaloakt.
dance veranda ; II. F. Atkinson, ma.ter' in was their old .home ben-tb r bites a
. ,purchaseL .1'r" -2ti, and social on:the, of[the : They came from the nursery ofUoha
\c. *" '. chancery,. + fine orange'grove almOi! restored'to.
) Royal' Palm) next Wednesday night, :
,Mrs.John T. Carey 'proprietress of I 1 llis,tbree''and.a bale mile coialr oT
"' 'k the Lemon City hotel was in'o'wn last The prize is; a fine handkerchief. case '{Light 2-lrorse wagon/oil cloth tops) bearing. < Miami Mr.. lIis'.bu..a: fine lot of.

night{ on''',important, business( ,\ '.. The. swimming. race next Thursday for sale. ,Inquire. of A. GOODWU."Z3jtilytf i iE \ Hon J. W. Ewan, drove:'\, up 'to '!the healthy trees whicharenow reaiy<< orwill ,
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be
foot Avenue ,, soon ,ready traospUiaing.He
will take place at the of :
Mri Lake '
: and,Mrs. Forrest to
4 expect' i distance will !be .;t.. McKinley, '!Esq4 formerly pflItamt. ; He was accompanied by Mrs. Alfred has' a "taried 'stock of citnt and
bouset D The once across
begin ping in orient, the new '
now of :Atlanta, writes us that Peacock and her bright \little t tropical trees. Why-4iot, if you want
other 6ide.
the river, starting from .
Flagler cottages. in a few days.ee .; tll/e/ the, heat in that'city i ba$'been,terriflo daughter Miss Eunice, also Mrs. )V.)' trees, purchase thOK acclimated wthia, .

I 't the advertisement' of'the''program' William Fh'er.and'Vil\ Pent";of .on 1 occasional days. Recently. on one' Pickford.. We understand the "Duke climate and Suit, hate, them properly ,

l, i "' for Miami gala day next Thu 'Sday'the' Lemon 'City were .in ,town Wednesday, day the? temperature,climbed, up to.104 of Dade" is.also" expectedlup 'again today set and guaranteed to grow -

1 { ,29th, which i :appears' on the 6tb page.. yesterday and| to-day' as i witnesses ,in in h tsh de.'l as a wItnesS in the case of' ,Brick .h, Hon. Dabiel.
We ran against r
to.,, 1. :s kCome.-. jot'Miami ',nezt, Thursday the, case' -of',Brickell vs1.I'the 'Barren, ,If you do not care.to dance you will' ri,the,Ba.rron heirs. grove,e .mIJ r. down at the too or': .+ '
'
i ; Bring'your' sireeth arts,'sisters- cousins heirs.: V-"7" _\ notj nted.any. ticket'at' -.the, :social ont I 'Harry Fozzard's: 's, new steamer hisbeenynamed Avenue,D the',other day,with a mesa-

I \ t '' and :'wiyea:; and haye a good time. \ the dance Md' jsociaKon ,'the e1tnrandaso( the, lIo.et. Royal Palm the "Biscayne:". Hei\ ext using tape in\ his hand, a mechanic*'
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\f Dr.'W.* : "I B.-Bonejr' i is opening' invoices-. Ive'randii of th?' Royaf'Palm Hotel nest Tuesday. riiKhtwb' "('h ia tobe pests to run her a trial trl i on' the Stl look in I ibis aye and fair cap stuck back y '

Voffresh, .'puredrugsrdallyathisnew!! Tuesday night and encourage the ladiesof 'given 4 by the Ladies! ? ,Aid Society. of John's rider to-day and then begin' to on the occipital portion of his cranium

l 'f;,store in Hotel Miami., jy8-2t .the aid, society: of Trinity P. E. Trinity .P. E. Mission. :' *t load with a general cargo for Miimic and be told us that his unusual activity.

1- ,Lucius, liarristone' of ;ihe, 'who Mission:. \L | \ the is also fitted'up td<< accommodate a and{'presence ''in, .that ''neighborhood,
men citY
: tn
'''t m. B. Brickell8tff, was ,the : should make '
\ few.pilengers' It ; de- meant the immediate extension of the,
waa wounded in thedoublebootingat ''Hon.' "F. S:. Morse.aridt the writer couple: of.dais this week attending '
a ; lightfur.trip from.}Jacksonville to Mia
the middle of th
aewr' terminal to .I
:
Miami.laif week is:now of dined at the jCourley House, Buena .
-jNorth ,, ; put. the hearing in the case of Brickell vs. '
thiaVeason
"water of the .mulch
: mi by at : year. river;!an Improt.meowblrb i*
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\ 'nger'1 1 '. :Vista, la'st Monday, at the invitation the''baron'hefl': This is.tlie'first time '
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needed. Daniel has charge of the
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of,theirTpleasa 't friends;Mr. and Mrs.Courlejr has been on" side of i )Best Californfa Apricots, 8poundcan
B. p Bakers prominent\ furniture I Mr., JBrickeir! : this : tie .
: work-and it wilt dooewitbdespathh"
/ :b 1.0J0f 20 cents at T. N.Gantier's. !3 .tf
river since before the advent of the ; :
\ ', dealer.or Key West, has been appoint, I 1 the 1 jEd. \ and to a proper manner. '- tIt -
I :ed piloVcommisSioner'for: the port of, Judge Pleasant. Woodson' White, of railroad.. -. :C. Pent, John Pent and,JohnjT.Peacock '! :.

i ',that city/5. 't .; ' ' Quincy; Florid the oldest member of ,A ';icarload f.of Georgia Melons .at of Cocoanut: Grove, Adam The Biscayne Loading. ., '

; the/Florida ,Bar, is paying' :;a 'vision aoCl16 cents. ' Richardsj/of Cutler William Mettair "
j Ik'Fbc_Gp yoar wheel and Joi n the parade Gree 8. 5 j8p. I desire to,notify.my patrons 'that''I
his son; E. L.: White, oUI,county com,, of Lemon City,-and William'Wagnerj;
next A will : will load my"new ?
1 .:. Thursday night;; prize. The Courlej House} Buena Vista, is begin to freight on I fyt.
\ be given:to thes:.'party ,hevingrttie best missioner.-, : -1\\,' -1 I i' very'.pleasantly'\ located., The'! rooms "1.11old\ /' esideni"of/ the Biscayne Bay. steamer for Biscayne-Bay on ,Friday. .
city Wedne the 234 of July Wire if of {
'n 'blthioisuit' country, were in the on : .me any
Tw
cents
) > i-flve for are airy, the table excel1 trates'mod'and '
be -
I shall to
want anything. glad
.. and evidence in you
Peacock"I9b} and bath',at Frobawk'pavjlioo- day ,yesterday giving '
: > '
;The. : at Cocoanut Grove (, erate]' the host' and hostess very have al,! share of your business. Live
: ,16 cents if.you have your own'euit.- is regard to Mrs. Brickell: s possession \ofthe and let Hie.' Insurance 'can/be"bad'.
jaj many pleasant people. It. ; 'tru'lfa place '
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already receiving inquiries ; .
\ \\ :' 'r3JulyUs I h |, Punch Bowl proj>erty for the;past i Address me at Jacksonville. Fla until,.
from parties,who desire to secure Where you can ,enjoy all the_comforts H.aaY3'Czzaau.
rooms 25 the 27th. .
,foir next Wi iater; | K Brown/ojf Lemon C\sty!,has received of home. /: years.: 23jul -1t=1p.aaa . *
large cypress tank or' cistern f ) G.
CurriefJsq.: former man-
Best'\ milk!! :eha\" in tOwn' only Frederick/Mrs. LAke'MrKingsley George ..,
SeeMrs. ; '
from G.M.: : Davis,,& Son of Palatka.
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;: _ofthe, West Palm Beach office of For Bumme ;PiantiDr.
age .
.6 cents at Greer's. 2tMrs. Mr''ard <
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| the 11ETROPOLlBand er, or some of the -
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firm advertises in
This
: Robbins' &, Graham, left Dade county Lemon can't-
Large and thrifty,
J 'J.: M|;Graham and her; prettyand It pay*. V |\\, 1 II. other ladies! ', and 'secure a ticket to the! last Friday, 'stopping! over at TitusviUe Hart- Late be beat.' At a bargala! ,';,

interesting de gbtuMi8so: lian, ,prize It? is rumored that > will be ;,one day, en
brightened.our sanctum with a."pl alint'call the Hotel Royal. Palm"bextGTuesday dress F. W. Huc., Oat..
to the handsomest couple at the where be was admitted tb the Supreme .
given ; admits ill'VOlusia County, FJ. J.tfp
night.1 One ticket a gentlemanand :
this week.l] / Court last Wednesday. He is now#in ;
'j- | ball neXt Thursday Plg t"l| We pity ladies to the dance :' 1
'Above the Cou s a drama in two the committee which selected to' /' "' New\York: and will sail for Europe! in .r; Jewelers and Opticians '

i acta'wail be',,'produced. in the near future , the award. :\\i j "t ,Genre :W. Idner- , of /.West. Palm !. a_,few days. He. will remain in'Paris ,I Branch'office of G..W.ldnef,& Son, .

by-.Bay\lBtsca !nee Lodg',Xo.SUMiss rake 'the 4, 'x ,Beaches f 'in ,the,city and will p.tn.: about two years;,after which',;it is:his Practical, Jewelers and Opticians;will f
..., em, ;" ancej, andL\.refresh return" Dade be :located at Buholts'a store on Avenue ,
rKuights! ofPythas stock fj in theflrst.br1cl": Hd- present intention to '
T> goods
and .
of Watch fine
d _, r menta on'the verandas, the: Royal D. tewelrr'repairing -
'.' ; : Ida Bates. is"a er11)'l rit Palm:Hotel next".Tuesday\night."' Admission 'ingjiortb Captain:'Chase's' 'block-on county.? : ]t'H a specialty. -; "
:
'young:lady from Key West who'has :free'.exce 't to 'thos who in- :Avenue! D,,,between: : ::13th, and, 14thstreetCaptainJdneri t.Ye. Cocoanut'Grovites,, ye to all who are in need of good glasses. .
We test free. : '
been BUying ;!at:: the popular CourleyH6 dulge'in'dancing.; '1't .f.fAnythlnj.in ' :. ; ; i is',a good 'man denizens: of Buena ?;:and people of 23July-lt your, eyes G. W'IINZJtr&'So..-

se at 'Buena Vista., ]\ ninenot I. and ,deserving. of alhare_ of Jour: patronage. Lemon City 'come 'to* 'Mi. ii..De! # ,',. - ,, l'
\ thq|drng ; 'in \. ?.1' ,/ '
; | A'fI Thursday. There'Willbe time
a big ; ,
1 Gave jonrself .abatl at Frohawk'sbathing stock no matter horn ore, wm be procured 4 ;*, 1 ' : : Best place to get dinner-in Miami is
: \, i : pavilion,8th street and Bay for you on short notice!*at 'Bo Best Mocha:;':and ,Java Coffees, 1lb.cans. Several hundred' ezcursiohista fromJacktonviUe [Greer's-25 cents for each meal.lodg- ,
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: gBoukvard.' l I .-'"'*'8jaly-tlr; ney'i drug store. ]-' ' ,,2t iiw f. :40 t"ti-cts.. _.".at- T.:X.. Gautier's.-' 23jtfiiw : ; .':and intermediate points .tng'sa IPice- Sy16.2t-8p/: .: ;
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t; I I"'f, \ \ JUGGING %A TARPON. next' morning-- 'the flesh-' was,alrl'ady.ut' Notice, ,of Attachment, I 'I 4 {i l J I ; ,. i .e

I into, long strips and strung up for the In the County Court of the State:(Of C1"P -R R t, ; :

f i' By.BUN.I. :, sun, and smoke to dry. And .sb,prepared , and for Dade County. I\ I ; .' r;
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Tl1eprOie5SiOflsf t. ., even a tarpon of full size:is pal J. EJLfMMtS, r 1OKO. -. ,
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,I --'-- atable ..ulKTixs I [Attachment.. ;L De Betieea Florida ;tad all + :
\ I as well as ;nutritious food, and ,, : and \ I .
From the Florida Cit Izen. Hfl. HAYNIR.. / ,' '
\| Will "keep for ntils.
m Northern .
Points. :
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Before';jthe' tarpon was known as';a To Geo. B. BleyliH and II Ly, IUnte.. z
furnished food Perhaps true sport is never realized ants.In above entitled /suit,and all'of : Savannah. Augusta, Ga.tomlumbia J1-
game fish" he both and I
f except. when the skill or strength of I sons Interested, ; ; Washington, Baltimore' ,> \
sport'to the 'SeminoJe. 1'artiea a of the the is You are hereby notlQed that'a writ of Philadelphia, New York,. 'T
( .:; man pitted ,against the game, in ;
,} : M. Tonalss \\ALTKKS.ORAHAM ,
soy Indians. s camped at'the\' Inlets lonK,tliebach'to i its scent hai'beeu Issued against you and' + Boston and the. ' ....
,' struggle: for life, but for wild excitement
B I' r ) '\dry fish,lto.pick Up a supply erty to satisfy the demand *>f J. K. ;; East. .:
ROBBINS GRAHAM and picturesque detail I know amounting'to ,Mxty.two doIiarsan4 >fI. Macon; Atlanta Chattanooga, ;
& CO. ,
of Iron along the shore, and, collect
o no scene in all inj experience to cent Now, unless you slull appear I '. LoutnUlectnctDDati and Clajel ff.
t many useful} in their : Birmingham. folly Springs Mom*
articles simplelife
em oat that: of "jugging the tarpon' Ouiirt; in- Mid suit and plead for demur ) Little Rock, Kansas City,St.LouU, Chlca- -
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and the' capture of the was declaration tiled therein Clet k's '.
; tarpon at the : Sioux City.
@ S- t-iJa; ith mylfriend the chief.Of the
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Juno, New Or-
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c an incident in t'vt'rt such visit. : &ate.on'the'R\\le
; Bear: Totem at the mouth of,the St. Se *. u.,.Mexico:,California and the Pact.I
. .
;1tton: COUqY-:FLbRlDAj.Vili + Uctober.. A.D.1847. Mn: the 4th day J! Coast -. -. ,
To spear a tarpon at 'first hand is a bastian.'I, month a default will be entered againit EFFECTIVE MAY; 10. 1897', '

., alt eonrts.'*We and Federal matter'of;difficulty for the fish is both \ : -a. .- due course 'and applk-atioa will b made :YOBK ErEi Ko, 38,:Leave Jackson

Land Special;ITttles.\ nurlllttef. ,We for Hate examining tbe cnly and perfecting completeabH'rart 'waryjiandj; swift. 'f't is true he is fonts [ Central'.Business Lot' for- Sale,' court for final judgment. ,and' .your\ .foretavanaah.Colnmbla!8ti a. m., wltb Througb, Wanblnnon Pullman Sleep-
; books covering Mouth Dade county swimming; near the surface, but h The nest: : tit). feetrrfthe lot .upon be sold,to pay the debt. \ rblUdelpbw ew0rk and aU Eastera
t. and revive: dalljr rtporU from the Clerk,oltbe ] which stands the MetrQPolis building. Dated thU, lit day of July,-1S97.SEAL. I I ". connect for Fernandtua. Return
'Circuit Court,at Jnno+nhowhig all land lane' fl'r far,from deep wat r;-aqd he 144 i A 80-foot v A.F 1' ln No.S7 reaches Jgck onvUle a 30 p. m.. .
..t.ran"tr. All the certified Abstracts Title i street divides. .lot., Enquire' Aunty\ \ORK. FAST MAIL No. 36,"Leave'Jack-) j
;. .' 'for South .Dale -ol1n,y are.01ade.atOUrMiami watcliful a. the wild turkey. 'Besides oflW.M.: Featherly-r. [ ] Clerk of( ?-Oi) ,..m., dally for Mine pointrnoito.) ...
'" fflce.| I' 11'tthfriLLlXu he 'l iafJ80 strong and tenacious of, lifej > SANDERS ft ATKIVSOX%, i "Through Sleepen Juk onvillc to New ,
: .I >i-.t '' Return No., 3i arivea J ck onvlUe 9.10,
Ten Acres at North Miami Attorneys for 11a UIf. July2 : : :
that ,,jhe would Oftf'hescape\ even afterbeingasruck' ; \
Y ; scon i, tiORUOK R. BBOOMK. Being the a U of ne \ : ., I \ 80, Township; Si: South of Mange 41 [ 7:00 p. m- via Everett Macon, :,

'. SCOTT, &; BROOME, t. The, white man never thinks of'attacking ..', East, lying between the railroad and Bay Notice for,, Publication. .Chattanooga,M.Louis, Chicago Connect and for all UxiliTUle.Northern ,

..tt Jr > ".s=a -Ira.WL L,: ,. ,. a'a tarpon,till he has expended very close to the Bay'Good land. Price LAND, 'Ornc 'AT GAI
:. ",, . t t.,tactllt NPTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE' from: $25. to |150 for* the "tackle") hedeems" 81.000., 2-18-lf. BOBBINS'x: A" GRAHAU.We Notice is herb;June rlve1tbat.14\, lfl t ,"e,'( '. : I &n lUe8UIa.. ROOTS m., Through. hUmiD V Sloep- ',
I Will all State and Federal Coiirjn. : Carl Kervice for Clociunitl via !e.uuall. ,
These ..
Collections pronj sly attended to.ribK necessary. are Beyond : named settler has tiled notlre of hill a :Asbeville Hot Spring Knoxville'

': o>'FK B.ilitK'of:BAT BIIf"A\"Iu.i: | the, reach;of the Indian-how (d'oea.he. are authorized to dell a (Ii -acre to mike final proof in ..o"lOrt'of.ba! r:,: be celebrated Mountain Country, of
11iunetr fi i t lot' the E that nld proof will be;made before Carolina. Leave Jacksonville 7:00 p.m
: .f.o land the tarpon? ] on Bay fronts at anton Cincinnati 7:40 .Returning, ar- '1
Gras.
. Heights'(southern of CocoanutGrme Fe therly, V. S. Cammlrlonerj at Jarkiooville. 10 .
?; 1879 i was with Jim Parker's bandof I portion : a.m. \
JAa.T. I AKDRBt' ), immediately south .offR.r R.McCormick's Florida, on July :31, IsOT, vU: i[ line through the beantlfnl hUJ country \
I: Seminotes at the: mouth<< of the St. ah McKenzie of Miami FJorida.- Middle lorIdaiPeuiacola.. and Eacambla \
; place, for $160 'acre. leave' Jacksonville 9 15 m. No.
/ a. by 2 daily
;SANDERS S IATKiHS i Sebastian. in. Brevard, county. The'r >peak quick/ if you want it. *,X i other for the northwest' quarter,)section' \3,T'o Late City Live Oak;:Madison, Monticello. '

I was full of tarpon, which at tha Bay front can be had in that neighborhood r M south, Eange:41 E.' River Junction Fensacola,'Mo
Counselors I HA' names the following witnesses ',New' Orleans,and the south west.Mexico.
.Atto at IAJ' for than tfAfTemptinjOfer
nevi and les4 $225 acre 3-5-
per
; time was a fish new _tome. I greatly I fO and the Pacific Coast. Carrie Sleep ..
: nis contlnuooii and I
H-. ..AA residence dpon, Return No. 1 arrives at JacksouTille 7.55 .
I, .. Offl(!? In Booms 1 and 2, 1 I admired' them as they charged in % of Bald land rUt j\ If; * f w

x \ Brosrn's fart k,Building, \ schools through.the water, flashed I into : .- : William J. White of Miami. Fla, 1 : fe Leaves Jacksonville ':15 a. m.. for Start, ..

.214-t/h MIAMI, FLA.. air I We > BlockE\ Frank M. Knhce of Miami,.Fla. {f i I Silver' Spring Ocala.,0atnesvife, ,
the or;passed over the bar,with the Key. Wild wood, Leeaburg. Tavare. "
.... '. r \ .D1ia,nl. They are situated can the south Edwin King of Miami, Fla. I ,Orlando. Lacoochce Dad City,Plant. t
I tide,,\where they were distinctly visible side'of the. river.; Theee lots comprise]* Mrs.'Edward Binkson of-Miami, a. .Tampa., Arrive Jacksonville*:IS p. m.'

1. Robert'1)1 : R.'I' Taylor 1 J.,', .1; .,' I tried to hook them and onJy |ost tract of land1bavjoJt' a frontage of 114 feet'f8'idg' J 2ajnne30july _J4 1f nco, "I Pl'aCe1.'F. Je Route-Throodi Pullman' Sleepers

.aPA.ttorne c -a.t VT \ my lines. I tried ,the spear and struck the river; also 11)0) feet front' on W le Everett. ,'Macon, Atlanta..Chattaaoot*.'
: several l, but got none : Indeed' one I Avenue p, and 200 feet on, 18th street. Notice of ''Attachmenti\ .n..* Jacksonville,,ISO p. m.. ariive Kasb-' "
.1" MIAMI, FtoalDA 1! We bougut these lots heap last May and : 1 lra 7:0o nest ps m. '

b: e'bn..j'\ ?. \ struck with( a', spear jfastened m} offer'the three for$lfioO., Will W pleasedto In.the County Court of the(State of \( 8.10 Nashville next *.nu 9:00. am.; arrive- 'Jsckson-i, .* ,
i b street oext
: ( I IWatson'a :
L wrist brought me unpleasantly ,near show they at any Urae. and for Dade County. : :15 m--Leaves JaekaoniUle'for' Brans-.<" .... ,
f Hardware_atore i is I FaAxx T. BUDGE:, '. t. tbe Cnmberland Route Steamer and '
by
. l.s.U' ir 1. j 1 1 1 to drowning ;,before he broke away.' I \ 2i.tfROBBIN9, !| k GRAHAM."T .: , \Y5. Uttaetanent I ... Sound.\ ,- '
i shot two,:but;that,was'\no sport.Then ., Gao B. BAVINS and} 4-00p.m.-Local for Everett.' Close connec'
A. : S . \ T lLL.HArxta.: for Brunswick.: Sbonelr.an4. quickest-. ..
nuns |
"%; R. ( ; (Parker'sson offered to show ,Notice.' To G o.B:Brvtns and H. L.Haynie, .
T I I Ponce [rl that* J. W. B-odp.: mt Local for Tallahassee rod Inter rt
me "how red:man do em. fie took is hereby given In the above entitled cause. II Arrive

,a 1' .Attoratr'atlra: ; rr three! orfouriof' the rqund,burnt clay Jackson, P 4 4J. Mill, .J.,B. Scales, II. 'You are hereby' notified that a writ of 9:40 p.points m.-P'oc Tampa..d Jact.onvi11e4:15p.m.. intermediate) .'i
.t t .8. Potter and E. 9., MontgomerY'' and .' Pullman sleepers,; Arrive ,Jackson '
: them ment has been lassoed against :
{, > ..' \ OCOAIr'- .- 'tG: r'):4, 1'1A. :f jugs: tbe :Indians make,'corked other: residents of the town of Cocoanut property to,satlsfy the demand you of | 7:35a.m.Through . for' ClneinnaUvia'che-- .-...
'
4',omeeai ,.0. ,1.Iyhs carefu' -ly,] surrounded |leach o{ then/ Grove and vicinity of Dade county, Budge amounting to 'Mm. ,Xow': .. Sleepers.Jacksonville at,7.00p.marrives #

with a network of deerskin thonraio ,Florida, intend to present.to Uis Honor shall appear before ihsCoortinsaid hevlUe 1'45 p. m.arrivcsCinriunati): 0sm. '
1 ,John' D. Broome, Judge of the 7th declaration For Macon Atlanta,two trains dally 1 I Leave ... ;
tied'that demur to the filed;
could not plead or .
;,they ,escapf and/fas- 8:15a.m. and 7:00 p. m.! "
1 < : L (Jeo. W"'\AIlen. tened wood:bass lines firmly to. h.e8e. Judicial Chambers; Circuit Orlando of Florida, at his at the Clerk's* office in\Juno,'said C Summer. 'rates to excursion', 'points,. in' effect- _

\ I.. : at : Orange county, State, on the Rnle Day ,October, 189 1st.Pullman : ,
To,tbefendof the line he tied a number the grid of Sleepers on all pight trains.T ,
on
: : ' a.t LaW'; Forida| day August 4th .
: : 1 i ] the day of said month a default Send for Best Indexed Township Map cf:
\ t .Wtsr of 1 fine sinews of ;the. deer and proximo proposed charter, the object tered against you and'application will MACDONNELL'; '
; : ; FL& . of is 'create said J.f W. A. O. ,
I which' to the
"
bound these to, a large.hook;three to \ to the Court for final Judgmenfand I General fassenger Af eat;
all ib Comte Sate and I Jackson and the other subscribers to sold tie/ debt $ ",
: Will p to In has long. I have' since seen erty wiG be to satisfy : .. .
J "' : {the said charter. land their successors:: in:office Dated this 2d day of July,A. Di..l89'7. PENNTrimsRNnittir.rt -
', .Federal. it.U.if.: ,
; { 1 of sinews for tbefibers
F '! -. lea er 'exchanged body! politic and corporate to be .A. Pa .
: I ; ; of! the withequally' known 'and styled the First 1"l It.
\ f" \ - ( common yucca plant : Presbyterian f nul Clerk of County

.l, \ 'DrJas. : M. Jackson-.,, : 'good results;, 'Fhe' line was ; Church of, Cocoanut Grove,,,organized SAXDIBS&ATKIXSOV, t ', t The Scotch en@
-- for the 'worship! of God and ,
.. for Plaintiff JuJy f ,
: -
c .Attorneys .
about six feet Then7 took ,
'MIAMI ,'4om long. we a the promulgation of religious truth as "1 ;

:( :1' -. 1, pst net! secured;.a lot of small .mullet, understood and taught by the denomination Attachment 1 are the men for 'oli to inUryirjr" .;
: ,,' '
; Notice of
FLORIDA, placed these in a bait bucket to keepth'em' of Christians known as the I !.,
;. 'it': Prcebyterian'Church' .orl.the'' United J, G. BA9KIX.1 , E5 REPAIR > .
,. a a& Pre,ent .)alive 1, ,and fwalted 1 for 't e salt- States of America. '. : vs. V Attachment.4 } .

a t "'' -+70W21L1sY.: BR08;..D __ TORE lily, :hi water-that-runs-up-the-river.", i Jy2-Jy30 'C. KscoTi. 1 : "'" t.
;, - -- E Scott Defendant in the above :
To C. ,
1 ; :
,.. flrsi 't : uns.Bicycles I
.. At the rush of- the young flood .J Notice. *:_ cause: "'" ,

4. ..' :Dfl.-R.' t', CHAFER' I , we' ,rods I! /into the' bay and.waited., : Notice' is hereby: .given 'that W. 'E. You are hereby notified.that a 'writ : \\ ,- .,

.' S Soon a'school of tarpon waj:' plunging March Wm. R. Barney;'Edw. Aldrich, ment hasbeeniasued, against yon: . Sewing-Machines,
: : !
p ' demand of J (J. I
: : about after a supper on the bar and wasparticularly Mrs. Mamie; March, .}Irs: Augusta, C. property.to satisfy the *- ; '. Locks '
:Otnoft ,over Banlereon's Market, n.'.'&' i Lindgren, Sara 'J. Joy and other residents amounting to fto.' ; \ -;-, ,.. '
6n :
.active just ; .:'the.visible: Now.unless: you shall appear at'. my
of the town of Miami and the :
corner Avenue D and 13th street
: : 1-9-tf line wb .current of the_river met vicinity, ofjpade 'county.Florida, intend X1iml.County and.State aforesaid .r Anything, .. a ::
t : from 'Then '' the 2d day of August,A. D. 1897 the; s :'
tSd> the the Indian IIis.
.-- -r- the seams to present' to Honor;John D., \ ; ,Everything. ..
.. :
;
demur
Rale Day,:and.plead or :to : _
Broome 7th.JudiclalCir-
,1' \ i baited hial book carefully,'hur't.ing the Judge of the '
JOHN 'IRoNowll'rEEOiet25yeuseiperiepre..F cuit declaration filed therein, judgment: : Wort GniraDteed First-Class ii all
fish little is 'brat concealing of Florida, at bis Chambers at Orlando ... ; :
.
as possible, tere default,and '
by
\against
< you your
1. TA: :XJ :a.- the book. .Then the'line'Was,dropped 2nd day;Orange of August,county; proximo, Florida,,'a on proposed the sold, to pay the debt ,I -1 Aspects ,

Dated this 1st of July,A,D.:1897..
'. y ,overboard,'the"monkey", followed and carter;the,[.object-',of ',which is ,day GIVE THEM ATRIAL-

*y r '-' '' Metropolis BnUdlng.Uamt." .. floated up the river;bobbing here,.and the create ther.snbscriberb-tosaid the said; W._ E.. March charter and JulyMo-Julvao_ Justice H.1L of the, | >t'5 30.Icr b.p4., ,of Avenue, 'r D:Mf .ML' ,I

Foil to Stock, of Samples, of all Latest Weave, there:!iti'th4 waves and.:giyiugthe bait and \their: successors in office body ---;... _._. .. -:-"-" < --r'-= ,
My : ..
< .
,
every appearance of a,wounded.fish.' poli(igand'corporate'tobeknownandstyed

.. Leaviniifcient. interval to guard the\ ,First, Presbyterian Churchof ,

t i John. S.tFrederick, against ,colllsion. 'the 'others followedone tliami;'organized for the worship! of FloridnEastCoastlQ1r"
.: .0( ; ,; '. God and the promulgation of religeous
t Ciiil: Eflgineei1' aa'dSurveyor- after another, and,noon 'we had a truth as understood'and taught by the : ; .:...

)line of bailed hooks,approaching the denomination Christians' known as : "

j Notary Pnblio for State t'I R ile. spOrtlYe'flsti.. / I! .* .t.1 f the Presbyterian Church of the United.I SOUTH BOUND (Bead DoWn), -t.: JIOBTH BOUND (B. Mi Up). ," rIO'F '

Particular.Auention given. toSub-Dind- .*. Suddenly. a \[jug disappeared' .witha= States;of I AmericaJ72Jy30, -. -jloRS-" Nodi Nod4 t '. STATIONS. So-rT Io82 1 ,"-

;. tug large h" ...... 11_ .:.,., 7Op..r' : v.. .,,. ackaonvtUe ,,. .AI' A S B* 17
: BnearAv.'Daonth rushiati1, the ripple lowed.lt,4; was be I ..... 030* :,.... .. .:.: r
Offioe 20th. ; eide. : 8l5p :; ;: Ar. .Ii".St.; Augnattne. .,.Lor. 1 7 00a .. ::: .
I ingtowed'1 theriverrThrough'the Notiee'of .Tai'Levy.1In .N..: lOSoe '.... .. i RIt ...... .. . .. ..
1.21tL ;MIAMI FLORIDLt ] t..y .! '' -! Angusttns..y..Ar.\ .: .
) ; ...... ....
1 : v accordance with the a oe* .\ .:.... .....: : ;,.Hut1nrs. ,... .4 l ,... ...... ., .. v 'H'
requirementsof
> ., school It passed,and there,was"hurrying : 1128a .. ; m.n East Palatksw'l" 4 .... ...,. .?.,.;. .. .
,
\ : \ Revised Statutes of :Florida and :;; .: :: ;: ;:! :!::: ; .::: .4. :
'" \ d Wind ito",. t.he1'frighteoe thf : ; Il61la : : 1' *"*.. .";* L 4
T., ,BROWN, among ( of,the'City Ordinances, notice is here* ...... 100* ..... ......:. _....-Lv....,.! i.Pala.tka.i. r rrXAr.. ..., ... ai
fish.. 'Y'P': tbej eiver'for, fifty$ 1yardsit by'given'that th'e = Council ,of.the .....t. 145p ...... .. ... .... AT...: .:;:.S.n Kateo..L., .. a srt ,-_
City .L. 805 . .. ".. .
i' I > 'i went', and.th n/thesll'jerkingteapetfinto ; City of Miami will at a regular meetIng : 2': 12 tap* : ::::. :::: ::::;: Nv..1.LI : > ;f.Ban Ormond.uatea.t.Ar.*.:..4.Ar: 15.Sop a" ,..... .......... ... .:,,...a.. '

: .ARCHITECT' the 'air.t| 'But 'with, the'leapthe of said Council on the nrst Thurs ,...- 105p ::..... ...... ...... \.. ..*}...Daytona,......- ', ..t43p ." ..;.. ,...... .....:. ., ..
,
...."' '. '. I.' ,\ Ii, Jug 'bobbed' ,up; "also,. ,, and whets at'uk day'in. August, A.'D.'ISOT, ,special :::::.: IWp323p 45p /s.ir.... ::;:.., :::;.: ':i..'.New..r.l. Port=....'*.''>.. : 1,1 t;:: :::;,: :::,-;.: :: :; \

j r , L or] the year. J897, upon the real .V.., 21Sp ....h ,."'f"0;..... 4.-...,....OakmiL......, ..', 1 .l.a- .. .. _;.
1-l-tt 'i of his i leap the fish's iail "struclthe Nonal .ri,.' 262a :...i;: ;_.. '1'i&unUle. -r' \
M apex J situate in the : : : J2 ,, . .
F-'Fi. BlD.\ taxes'f' property ...... .,..... ... . .. !t.'CityPotat.Uim : 4.','' a. : :,
) ,_<':0" ; ,.... I, 1220p ...... ...... ... .
: :linetbeugboundedtbwird: : hi'ni Miami as follows : -.... ...'.. ., .. .. .. ..,. .. -r \ '!-
: _.0. SlIp :. .r .... Coco* _.......i,,. 42 II ...". .__.. ... . ... ;.
city school .purposes not more ,..... ..... ,.. J..... .... { \
te i FRED : \ : light as air and there ,was not.enough, ' . ... 385p408p :.or .: .: .A-RockJedp..t i O4..N..1; ...... r..:1 '
.
; RUTfTER ... !
; .resistance to'break'the. line.:: : than three mills. 40Qp t: .: ; :,::.:; : ?,.-. :.t: Sarno. :::....+ II:: :t : a,:.:: ::: : ::::; ,\,

v Contractor Balder.A'll' this ; 'fisb wasfastened I Fork bU ding purposes'tiot more .'.5.- 4 Up :::.... ; ......., .. : ; .5Melbourne........, II 241 ..,,..,. ....,. ...:: ... ,,,, 'I
::and But;by' time ,another; than one tail I. ; '. ..:,.. 455p :...:;. ;": N. :,V-.L4...Bo elan4..?;,...*," J043a .>J.... ..;!.. ..; f -
'
.... 4A ...,... : ..!. ...: ., .. M : t :
'and'.ben another End another Fort w ter'work9and fire nrotection ; p :. : : .r-Sct stian./.4."v JO Ps -t.., . ...... N "J F'
kin a ;of .Stone IWor .,, : t ,;.... 550p606p ::...;: ....;. .t' : "".).......:.8 Lrcia.-I/". 145a :.}:'.. .....y.... _. .. \ '"
Plana, ud ''fur- .' Backwards: and forwsrde. they % not; more than five mills! ,: ... .. 6 tOn ..f,*Fort Pierce -' 9 ., ;!

tz 4 Biahed'ree.llune97 estimates .rushed' ''and, )leapedWe: : : ro.ved.jp: 'in ,not. For more Street than and'two park mills.! .Improvements II ,. ::::;:S 685p 640p : ;.. :.:, 607a r820a ".4.i..Jenaen., a. .,.iEdeu -.."..;..,...!,j,J957a 9 .-;E..: :..;::: :;..:;::..: say ->

tt '.MIAMI. FLORIDA: the midst ,of,;,the: play and for fifteen j' '. .:648p ..::? :...., 640a711a ..".. ..."". .."""*.. ,9 49a .,,1'" ..;... .. a06p
t( JFREDK.. ..S. MOR8Et ; :..... 10Ip.\\ ''...' .T.......: "AUct ..., .. 825a : ...... ....:.. t96p ,
\ minutes" it was',a scene"Or wild! excitement ]. l President.. ..; ... 72ip :...... ...."( 813a ....,.-.A...Jobe Sound..,.,..;/* 8 ..t.-. .. _.'" '.'." ISOp -
WmJVarnadoe > 0 ..;; tap ... ". ...... 818&WeoJt: Japtter.. 800a .,._ .
.
J.
Mj GRAHAM ; .s ; 13 tOP
'' '' :
:
: ;: ;: Even Uhestolid. \-Indian,yelled ....r, 802p...I. ...o!. ; :.Ji.Rlvtera : -M 733a .-.. !.. ,".. ..,,.. 11 18a '
shone'like' \: ,,City! Clerk., Jy2Jy80Notice .-.;. 8 lOp '" .....: VWestPalmBeaebLv, f-B..4.. u..,.,:. ...... 050., \-
and his eyes ,
:
: : : stars.\ ... .. .. . .-
"
eONTJRACTOR. 8Wp : .1.;. .1.....;:: .LiDtou..r -.u 'l7a ...lid. :; ........ 914. "
I i One of.the fish:carried his jug,over ,i ,:!..,; IMp] .,..:; ...w ".i...Fort Laoderdale.:.. : S .;;... 'r. .".. :;..? 11S. ..
of Attachment.In ., .. 1020loauj .;;.... :_ ....". 6 fS::. ..;.... :. .
;. 1 ,tr& k.Wo, t iI.and Blasting Specialty..- the bar and continued the fight. in the 'the;:Justice' Court,of the Ninth Justice. District'of ' ::..,._ ._.'".'. ".,_ ",:_ ..,..?.;.,u"n.h"r..1 "i '...h.... ..... n.i...:. 15i ii1.. <.:.
:
1 t .
MIAMI, FLORIDA.. deep ;waters. :?'of> the,bay1 t but, be could, Dade, County:,Florida, t ,' 'A.ft W. RANCH. ' Trains 32,85,57 and 78. between Jack-

,h *estimates. ml\b -don'App 1ea lOD. I224f t. not hold,the tug under long. Another JAMES. "T18 .. 0.1. : STATIONS. ynville and,.St. Augustine dafly. t'
Attachment.C'
l'I II II .J : W. >'Dltm.t. + : Traia 3M, between'Miami and Fort' 1.a
rushed jip the river, fastened the, line E. : lip 1010 .:New SmYrnA.ji.AT. I' lop Zip fierce daily,except Sands ,
'' and 'I To C.E-Scott,, the'Defendant in .the"above.en a flop u OOI.j" ...,r.LakeHe'en".,{..L.T. U 90p{ 4 Sop Train a 18. between Fdrt Pierce aDd
fallen broke it.
D,1 MERRITT If a cypress top ,_ cause *.; 8 lip 11 .; Orange Citr>+,LT 113.19p '3 83p Miami daily,except Monday. '
a But. the, others! gave us sport e ongh.Tbej.l titled. b.lip 11 '..,..0raD(8Cit7..Lor.1J| 13p| S 23pNo21No4. Trains 85 aDd 7$ south otSt, Angus i
.
,
;\ouare hereby.notified that a writ Of(attachment ,- ';. .7' . tine dairy,except Sonday. <
fix ; Contractor leaped,.and plunged acid sulkedat : has been issued again you and yDmrprop- t 1 ,-r

:t ,the; Bottombut|flnally,'despairingand ! arty bas been attached to satisfy the demand of Tta.etsam.r'.r: . ,- ,1t ,
'
: exhausted ; James. T.Sander*,amounting to$tO. ; :
met death. at the pointof v (
,
.
-AKI the young 'chief's The one Now, uulesij\ yj.v' slull appear J1mJ ofBceln L'iBISCAYNI E' "; :. .. .. I : I ,/' .:

I ;spear. \ .Want,CountyI/ and State aforesaid;, on )Monday ; ., ." > '. ),.:
: I :B ;; $4 Builder which ,escaped: Inror the,hay gave us.along the 2J'dayjof August,A. D1189'7,the'same being t s _' "Is c appointed: to Perform: 'Service, M follows I(. ;r. L' '.
r, < J
"! r row, but: he' also died the death', Rule Day, and'appear;plead or demur to plain '. .

and': dragging: hjm into the" boat.'weheided tin declaration: .lied'tberin. Judgment"wUIbe 'Leave MIAMI:J 10:39 p.*m.Wednesdays_ Saturdays:'connectlag.with Train IS., /1
Give |chance : '. -
us a '
' : for""camp; around tbe(bend of rendered ag-\iMtJOQ by default and'OUl'prop' ...."mwmr.5. : i.: m..Tuesday sand Fridays-j:. J\ ., .Jr
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ti hers to produce certain (results than MIAMI U!! 1 1Boms
: The Chance of'a Lifetime ... A NEfD
INDUSTRY. [ experts, who had*thousands of dollars :
Facts About Thli
[ City and the tamOUSBar
invested inthe business and who had
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::0 : PIANOS AND ORGANS AT .A SACRIFICE; r. .. 1-. .... been to an unlimited' expense to find The> railroad *'n extended' Country to'ibis point and:j + i
r I out the exact formula of tertilIzertb! ,the first pa+ Dg..tJIln arrived jou, April 13th.
We purchased In Janoar) laat': the immense stock of [Pianos Organs, Sheet The Pineapple Industry bee Beau 18U6. '
produce certain results. We- knew : On the SMh of of the
July the
Hnsio and Musical Instruments of the A.-B. Campbell Co. We are closing ont the S same year placer
Biscayne Bay. \ waslneorp rated a* *
tiTV,3t vwes being cast
''r stock of Pianos fwd Organs at unheard of low prices to make room for a full Hue of / more than those people. They wanted at the meeting held ,for the purple of: Incorporation ?

\ the celebrated! Couover, New England Schubert: and Kingsbnry Pianne. We have ---- \ about (40.per" ton for their pineapple Work, ,was commenced. 'oh the -r

. I following Pionos, which are,worth from $100 to, $200 more han we ask tor them : i raeti.. f fertilizer, and' we could make. 'a Hotel lu its doors.!mere Royal thrown Palm

Con tover.. Sfle.JC! Wal.......::...,\. ...1350; HltieaBroa'Style 8'\mah............ ....$20C 'A Good Common Seme Article from ? open to "Aprillalsa. [January.
f, '"' ebM" ......,.. "..'i.. 3J3:! Schubert, 16 ..... .... .... .... J5a tical and Experienced Grow*. superior article. .forr.about f 20 .per ton. : We have as floe a climate can be found anywhere -, .
; I 'LI. .J ,... .2y0 Malcolm'Love wM .... ..,........ : > So ordered lot of German kainit In the United States J ,
t, 't' ., J ..11.I.4..t.?........ ..,x BOO Stelnwty, I eb..,... .... .... .... 250 we a [ ,, This is the terminal of the Florida East Coast
I, I 'Mebr.' ....... ..'....,.....'400 Everett, eb.. .......... ... cotton seed meal, potash.and I cannot Railway" ,We have an kll-tne-year steamship y
\1' K wal;. . ..' .......,. 3.-S;! KingRbury, Style B, .. ........,.. ........ 12J5 I service to Key West,and in the winter !seasoo/
+ i I ldr<"ammon' 2* j", ....:..:.........., 300. 'I\ A \ ... ............ .S1Q) AIRLY sir recollect" what all, .nl bulk,and every to Nassau',,the capital of the Bahamas. The y
. \, .t'J nab...........*..... .... 300 'Xn.bleGr.nd. .... .........-.;. JM years fellow mixed hl3 own '(according to line will be'changed to an all-1 +year !service
, i I"\, 7 wal...:;...;...... .. '275, Stuvesaut, I i.1 .......... ...... 175 \'k ;'is :*tore the;'present year expiresr Steamship ;
I I "* 7 eb.....:......,......}I. 8MHalneiBrofl ..i I i..a1................. .. 200) S ago/what now" OUR formula)' in a bigbdx''' put in the Knee will I probably be established between here
-' 6 I" ..800: !, ... .............. 175 k own as theme *uU Jamaica and Cuba and"possibly South r
'''''''H" ''''' p slammed
J I, a ............. ..11' Newbl..tEv.na 4'" .. ... .....:.....1JO field and her on .those pines. American'ports,within the next few years.
:t I'i \' .1 8 mab...................' 190 Uorrh,. -'; .... .... ...t...... 100 woods country : Mapes Co.,''or any'other FertilizerCo.: Miami appears-":destined. to become f an Important -,

q I .Borne of these; Pianos hare been rented, but we have had them polished and of Biscayne wasn't in it with us.;: We were goingto Miami has a good back country which is being v z
pat in thorough order aDd we guarantee them to be satisfactory 'or money refunded drive all fertilizer into sealed up very rapidly. The local!trade from x
firstcommenced
I Bay companies tbl'tterrttl9 that which
; comes from the a
We furnuh a ntool, scarf instruction book, and deliver too b. Jacksonville. Cash Florida. Keys will"support a good at this
or Installments. Sheet Mntic at halt price. Write ua.Fryer \ ''I settling the hands of a receiver.. What did :we'; point. + f.'Yn

I '" with homesteaderstheirob do? This is what we did. We drove It' Is reasonable to assume that the large bold-, t
up ings of M r.Flagter at this point and the Immense
& Bradley, Music Co., those pineapple fields.t info the.hands of ,sum of money ne has already expended in the. 2-

\. : .'. I 24 E., Porsyth 8t'. | \ ject being toj-n- a receiver, and it only took about tbrees jUberal development,inducements of Miami to will secure prompt he him tocation to offer of

Manager. 1 Fla. in weeks to do it, for In that time'all fields I .manufacturing establishments in this city., In
Jacksonville
B. F MAHIER
;, air;, 1-5 tt ha. age tropical fruit and vegetable !fact his land eommllsiooer.J.E. Ingraham,'of ri
.- unsine. About ,that, time the ;'pineapple that were treated 'with "put;jormu'fa"would :jit.AugustHM-has assured us that maDUCac&ur.I. 3
enterprises will receive liberal : .
house '' encourage-
'DEALEitS' industry of Indian River was at burn "like a on fire. I'I.ment and that everything that could *e reason J.
'; INS Well, what effect did 'it have on that ably expected will be one to Induce such con
'i feter heat-and lands there were: held cerns to locate at Miami., I Ii
WOods I \ Ti fair above the reach of the of limited industry here? It had the. effect;that i f This point Is far enough south to warrant'th y
men
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of
planting groves of citrus!fruits with eonJIdenee.
i means. That being the case few everybody was, afraid to plant ('pineapples The temperature has never fallen low
i ; Wh! from 'that the best farmers enough In this vicinity to do any serious injury'
thefa.ct '
: s key I te/pri8in men of Titusvtlle concluded citrus trees; but we admit that an occasional y.to
; S ,AkCS; ) to visit this then the talent the brains and the most i frost Is !sometimes experienced event to this
: I out-of-the-way |Vicinity.} When there Is a light frost at Miami
'1:iWintry in the hope of getting lands intelligent, people on the,Bay pad tried. | you can imagine.what Is happening at otherpoints
\ Sr . t I failed killed their vith one.two or three hundred, mile north of
it.and pines
L : Fro $2.50 to ,,$7 per GaJ. 11,1 table for pineapples and other fruits : l'
\ land vegetables l without the best fertilizer to be had '(our for- | : transportation.,facilities are excellent.
paying such I points are, always well provided In ,
tp
V1ZE coaN': mula) and didn't think thia'a Terminal .
< 1 S'a.YS enormous prices as were asked for such good. several I streets
I :*We have 'miles of paved and
"no hOtD.
; t lands on the lower Indian :river. Con- pineapple country i more are being paved.
; II j ) after Now these are facts and eanbe\, substantiated (We have waterworks and a ystem.d "S
liquors equently' investigation .they | 1 i A population of
Fin&W i Beers and 2,000.1 .
S, ; Cigars |ound this entire country from upper by the men" tI E'mSellves-that I mammoth MBoyal three good Faun.hotels" In addl. 9 to the

Biscayne,Bay to the hunting grounds, used, "our, formula Now though I 'An Ice factory./; ,

about four' got stuck to the tune of, over $000 by A sound bank.
Comprising townships of
TH* MIAMI MtTBOitms..
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\ : wi lei! of this ind lit high} pine land open ,to: settlers by being ,.a "'tend rlOotI was 'not. diecouraged Ten Three secret societies. S > .t
Onl3; : up brick buildings, one the H.ofel.BbeaJu
; but
PURE G U'.iY'AI WIN'E / homesteading\ same.' Therefore in concluded: : to "try with four stores underneath,eost'at-oiit vnjuon

I In the ,Unite the'month of 'June 1891 again," and I have ,been experimenting tare you think ol locating in .'lortd come and ,
eleven men .a look at MAKVEUOCS MIAJ. sue for ...
fi left TitUBville Gainesville to enter, for the past three year with done.II yourself. what the buds.in this. viciuity wit pro- s t

homesteads on the pine'lands pines and think I know what I am you love to be near/ the salt r water and fresh

',". Bottled I ,Goods!\ and Jug Trade a SpecialtyPp.i Biscayne Bay. That "started Upper the ball talking about ,when I say we' have ocean seeBEAtrrinn-BAYBiscATWE.breezes fort) pleasure er'profit Itlsaebarm-come and' .! I

I I. rolling," and about.the middle of AugUst -' .the best country in the United,States l Ing sheet of water for people of wealth to ft joy,' .i r'
and if you are pont and compelled to earn a liv
to grow them;; and there is no country la ;and do not take to farming, make
or about sixty days'afterward: almost you can a
1 WHOLESALE AGENTS FOBilliards
\ !ahd -to this continent that living or turtle or you can.make '
on
can
grow as good moneygatb e ;
: every quarter. section. of availale ro. f rt 'j
!' ')1 land from Snake Creek flavored pineapples as we can here on In this climate fuel costs very' little JYott ?:
\ / to the hunt- never need heavy or expensive rlothlnz and ,+,
Beers
of all1klOdsII" : Jon
; :4. 'ng grounds and' from the Bay to the these pine lands We have men here seldom haveaJIdoetor's druggist. bile to. ;

S \ ; Everglades had |k settler, and pineapples from Indian. .River and from California, Pailpoe can ehjoy'lfeainybere yon can do 1 son '-

was their from the Bahamas, Cuba, Jamaica, and Bay Biscayne with a very moderate JDe me. ,
II" ALi. KINDS OF' CASE rODDSr hobby. It I will pay you to look at this!section before _
the verdict of all is and '
A great many of .the settlers' had the same- locating elsewhere. Come and talk to 'thehappy
f 7- prosperous le 'who have
that is that our pines .the sweetest peoi already
fcbS-fMtf vis ted the Florida are
located
Keys and seen pine- here. Learn what they nave done with
irB6 ; ipples .and,/best flavored they ever ate. The very/ limited means and you can easily satisfy
'Ii (Trade Catered to. M .AMI ;;FLA.A S growing among the rocks in
distant' yourself whether or,not Miami. is the place'. oa
time is for
not when
'I' it seemed all Biscayne are looking for.' ,
fact,, to be rocks and no ,
\ l I and that is where Bay mainland,'pI teappl ,like',the,far- .1 . r
soUr they were de-
Fertilizer Fruit d. 1 Ho For Cocoanut Grove \
for .
famed Indian River will
oran-ge, command
-x-ivled", as the keys are covered with a Tie fast, and}r'commodious launch'
s Jense hammock > the fancy prices.); &>w I am going
of
growth and the "Daimler" leaves Peacock wharf at Go-'

'Tie MealPmeapple pineapple grower there cuts this down to tell you bow to grow pineappleson coanut Grove every morning except

\ Fertilizer5Price rt ind l beds or broadcasts it all over the pine land on Biscayne e, Bay. In the, Sunday' at .9 o'clock. for Miami, Arriving -. ..
at foot of Avenue D at 9 o'clock
all
: first place clean the land of trees and ,
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; \ ;roiina evenly, and when it'gets dry/it leaving Miami for Cocoanut Grove at
.
i "0 '" Price $25.00 ? Ton. burned roeksrso you can work: it With a scruffle
\ I j is over and the timber withlhe 10:30a.m. Fare .25 cents .eactt;way. t. "

S leaf \mold .forms a great quantity of hoe or garden ,rake. Reject anl slips Will)''make special trips, returning'to

; GUARANTEED. . : . jsh which under 12 inches long; trim off the hard Miami in the evening for .c .
,,
lodges between the rocks rate
A j A :\ \ MoiBtnre -8 to 10 tion of parties,at very reasonable
. per een' and l.in 1 end of the5Jip': also a few of the bot-
'. II '. ,I i .. \ Ineomonia,:, 4 l''to\6 M. M those crevices' is where the tom leaves- 'Go down and spend a day,. or two at
\ not farther than 22
:! \. Phoephorio Acid .- :6'toPotash. 6 u.. uCorich>' .plants, his. pineapple slips,' plant ), Cocoanut Grove, the prettiest place on

: '. ,\. actual)J, '6, to.,8 ." ind before ,time and weather.gets! away inches each way,; 'plant' them about Ij the Bay. Spend a day at the home-like M

1 v 3Iade ;Exclusively: of Bright' .Cotton' Seed Meal, Nitrateof Soda, Blood, lon with'! his leaf mold and ashes he baa inches deep; firm the)! ground around Peacock Inn and seethe avenue of roji
Tobacco Stems \ them that they may stand until they al palms, clump of giant bamboos and:,
i- I* Dissolved Phosphate, fine Ground : '. tJPY produced two or three up '
\ crops.of. pine< I other interesting sight in th*" '
; many
11\ and of\Potash.r I 'I three weeks ,
Sulphate take root. After or four -
apples ,
with
; ; the one, planting. Well, vicinity . U e
-Wrt! for direeUoni for and further particular. also aik'for a of Economte Fet if is occasional \ '
J nting {. copy the the.season favorable ( \ 't
< Biscayne land
'i tWaer.lor Bay pine men sawthat : r
1nI11! .y Bay Front For Sale. :
rains) drop pinch of :
i We Stock of Fertilizer Material C. S. Heal Tobaccj; dost Potash Fte.x and /thought he could grow pineippled cottonseed acres
: Cirrj a luge: .. meal, in the bud to :keep out'the sand. Twenty-one with a frontage .
with : '
1 'seek the least exertion in re 400 feet on the Bay. A splendid piece of
.Write for price before buying, ,We the trade direct After
T growers they rooting them
l commence give
: gard to earing the land. ,He thought l land lying between the place of B.B. MdConnick .;
; \ ill had to do at the rate of 1OQO; pounds'per acreof; and'that of A. R Simmons,' of '
to cut the
Fertilizer hej was pine
Wilson & Toomer iCo.he .
'. trees down and burn.them- scratch cotton seed meal and I tobacco dust, south of Cocoanut Grove- The:fineat
over ,
pieceot land for sale on the Bay for the
x the into the iththe' ;hl
: \. I : Fertilizer House. -of _Florida! f \ the ground a little and stick out hisflips working same hoe.. ground money.' Price''' 14, Will take one- t

MS-tf-it R 1'1 1{ "' 'Taelwoaa.vllle/.ZT.e.rld.a.. aW trust. to Providence, ,as they rake pr ecru e' Then, mulch halt cash, or only one-third cash if noes0"
: .t- . onflthe( with tobacco stems !at the rate of'bne sary. *

:f \ Club & HAUTXT. A entsyMiami;' Gfll. Slows, Agent Cocoanut Grove.if\ big lo cp.! :Butalaslhe Keys,,,and I,. he found would he reap had a ton per acre.' 'Go through them at least 2-18-tl BOBBINS k'GwAt8 K. _

kmistake.| every two months with the scruffle hoe QUICKEST WAY 10MORTUNE..
made \ He
1 "o found he had no .
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Y' rc to keep the ground loosened up to admit .
"1': leaf mold. or ashes, to make his pines Tour '
5// 5outhernABSOIDTELY the air to the ';roots.] This will r be Thousand Acres of Truck Farming Lands j .,
grow, and\ he found .again b bad not and Other Desirable Property For Sal.

I J I H I 'cleared'''bis land properly, and .that he. all the fertilizer they will: need the I have for salt Tabont four thousand
1 : '\
: : would have to use lertilizer---and he first :year .Then 'give them; another acres of,truck farming lands and land If

: . ,I ; Rtiy! ; "was.a I'ienderfoot" and did"'not knowwhat. 1,000 pounds per acre of meal and tobacco suitable for oranges lemons, and alt
kinds of situated ,
dust. This is all that is required tropical.fruits, on BaT
{lUs .on. this )and to produce a Biscayne, the, garden spot of the world.
\\i. THE SHORTEST ROOT 't,; pine&plple. 1 What was the consequence: ? until you get your ,first crop. Ninety Also city lots at Lemon City.and about kr
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\ [Well,Yhis Was the sizeof: it" and'this' per cent. of them "will produce'pine 17 acres of floe Bay,front land, between; t.:t -.-<.!
\ weighing from four to six Little River and Biscayne Poet Office' I .
pounded or iJ-
THKOUOHiuLLMAK
DKAWINO> BOOH CABS,; DININO OAE3, 13 what Va :e a black eye to 'the pine,, 'be found'domiciled at '
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standard can orange
my
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from 330 to 400 crates per acre,
,_ : .THDROUaHTABE.COACHES, VE tiI.EDl'TBArNTS.NORTH \ apple ihdustry, on BJscayne Bay... grove three miles northwest of::Lemon. .1'
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and at the prices we have been gettingfor '
: In thej. firstj>)lace we: 'didn't put our i.City. Please write, for prices, .. .
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I .the five years and the benefit v
sS past ( .
I T. D. WEIGHT,Agent, ,
\ land in tbnditionto cultivate '
'L: ; EAST AND WEST] the pines of the tariff, they will net the grower 2.15-tl.6p. 1 Lemon City.Dade Ca,Fla.PEACES .
'. 1\\ after, they were'et. out; in the next: to.lix hundred : 1/
from font dollars
1'i'\ per
\ j place t was/ such demand for INTERESt.. J f '
.4 hat : a acre 'for about three years,when:they OF ..
k TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN 'F 'THE EAST slips:at time that were willing .t :I
I - Dt.AND thatNve' will want tearing up and resetting.: I To .e1..1I1D. u4.About Yiamt B lea. M' i'
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to take 'Anything could '
\\ ? tl l ,.. get, J. :
1 F FS f write this. article to correct some of the 4 1)
3 W shin: ton,.and Southwestern Limited, i ii E just soitlwas a pineapple, slip, without'regard , : Ml1es., t d.KInr. .
1 y I impressions about pineapples not doing .Tarpta Spanish lIackenlFlshiDg. 10
\ I to .slze or quality. 'Thereforethe ... .. .. 'J;(_
United of1be Yfast 4
And the States Fast Mall. Rapl :
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\jn\t well on Biscayne ;Bay : pine lao s. ry .-
. mostuof small The Florida Everglades ,. _-... 4
t I \ .1.", ; .1 I I.OlgLY \ uaj got worthless Those.people have probably never.had Seminole Indian QuDPS";..>40.a ";."'''''''1-.'' >
slips that\ here would take, The Punch Bowl aDd Ruins! ... ....,11
no'Ima ;
OILY 21 HOU$93AOK2ONVILLETO WASBT5QTOH.. \\ : as a true history: of 'qu Formula? which Cape FlorIda and the Old Ught..:"."'........ ; a :1!
z... \ 'HbUES gift now.! But we... bought them at a Fowe7:Rocks Light.;:.. ... ...... ..........;'"_ U I .r
JACKSONVILLE TO +
'. 27 , .HEW YO&K.SoUd them was death to the industry for awhile, The Florida Reef.s.-;.................,.... .. 15 ,J.
z ( S k: big price and.se out,apd"thes -. . .. .. .... . ...
. J % but now that is all forgotten and every- I Deep Bea FIshing.:; - .w.: .' 13 i
# 1 1v sobs being\ very favorable for while, is planting out'a pine field TheCoralGardens... .,. ..>;..... ,....... ..,.\.. 30 t:!
body here .
Yetibatal '
v Tram composed of Latest Improved Pullman Sleeping fir.and BoW Ala Bear cut._ n. . .. . . '
: luff C an through without change to Washington,Baltimore they start nd\Jrew\ along for a short since' ''they realize what' advantageswe Norrla Cut :...: : : : :: :::::::::;:::: : : ::1

1 'I\ pt.fI-4 pM..NewYork&Ddtb.eJCU\.. .' time all right\ until 1 they began to make have for growing them. CZ'SIr'l Rock and Cree..s n.I.1 I ;,
\1 .. ::
l \ ]11Iott's Aey : xKeyLargo.
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!L t J sand (beingtoot small),'then we 'gave C. E. DAVI*. ..L:::::::::..:::::::::::::::.i:,::, ,: .i

COCAOANDT. QUOTED July 18tb, 18971. neHUDfingGrOUDdl! ,.....,, ......:........ 1$. x
THROUGH PULLMAN: DRAWING-ROOM' SLEEPING' CARS. ETWEEN'J'ACKSONVILLE'AND them a lithe cot, n seed_meal 1 "to work \ '. . ..., i ': Sam Filer's Grove.-.......,..I'_.............. -,
". Little Rlver. .............. \ ..... "I
:' NASHVILLE... 1U\ the sand ouu" as we thought/and it For18ale or Exchange. Arch Creek +.... ....r... .p.-. \ :t
did and the nicely Three acre lot at Cocoanut Grove. Natural Bridge....
along .
grew -
fi very \ --

Through 51eepLg) .Car .Dally, Jacksonville' '
I Cincinnati, via Asheville.Thrtwgh' hbv know then as we know: now that it was Bay. Unobstructed view of Bay.'Ocean
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v : the : tape The ROyal Palm s. -----. .:. ::4.. Ii
meal that made them Well, and Florida., {Good'neighborhood H. 1;
v\ S LAND'OF SKY." grow.' ( Tile Giant Bambooel 1':::... .. ....:.....:? 6 11 .:.:
\ \ THE_ : 41' the next thing ui be done was to fertil- variety of fruijb\trees and shrub- Wild Orange. Wild Lemon ..::E..:..,_.._.,... t.a: >...
t' whatThatwas bery. Also 160 acre|tract one mile Wild Lime Groves- ... ............:...,..r.. -,;;
t Foi detDid tttfotmatlon is to rates, achednlee, seeping car,raaetvsttone, eta-..apply to t. jze them--put I' with i ; north Of above,, five acres cleared:and Baker Haulover,.... .. : :....t...'...........: 15 I
J\ s> agent the BotrraaR the ) Snake Creek. ?t.: . ... ...... 20 4
u liauwai iu ooaaectlaeu. all
of or important question. Sol we
in limes lemons
., \ 1tI planted ; /orangest and The CromdileYond.: .. .t..ru...:. 10Houseof .
-I a .: ,.... ,i!..: -' '\\. called a meeting! ta decide;on the best, pineapples, House-;:of four! rooms. 1etuge-.:::::::..:;.,::::::.:::::::: 10 .r

f i_ \ ILr\ A.SHTPMAF' Florida. Pan..Agt. 312 West Bay; Street,. Jacksonyille, Fli I;:_ ;if (1'11 take =:i-I'.Xbatback; <-r\ meant the The land .is, good; quality 'Will sell be Indian Old Creek RUIns aDd on the Oyster!Miami--------------Beds....... .........,.. to'. .Jf.. '!,,-

I J.K.OULP.. ::\. \ . ,W. A.TURr'H.. ;' HAEDWIO,'.:I'cheapest) fertilize! \JoV the pines, and j cheap or property.;exchange,,for For good, particulars;'incomepaying A Fort Cruise Dallas! on:the.Bay.:of 1.Flout..Di..mongr a r, J :, d:

I. esbWitm,1.'U << ,-to Gtm.Pa-.f.d.J... lad.ties'I"aM.AriJ"" : this is thecdncjusic we,came to-that address E the Keys. .p. ....:..,r' ti
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' : The .Miami Metronol ,constitutionality opening reading': fr or( in closing the$:'of crhttllr Ii' hool'the t'xt'rcist'by practice.las in general 4)f:\ :Mr. Will LHTTON Caton.I.--and LOGIC.' son' Earle. left, Bank' a ::4 ,

been I.phtId.ITht'' subject had\ for M eliigan Tuesday' morning 'OrBay BiscayineI
been previously passed upon ;by Maine, f
Entered in the, Pontoffice at MUmC. Florida Maachu3etU, Illinois, Iowa and WNonsin. A delegation of 'razor backs visited

as second-elaas! L (' The Wi-consn! and Michigan Linton Monday night,.and.proceeeedtopaint I \ ., _
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rTn - -- -- courts have the only ont with \
the town, raiding the potato .
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- MOST SoUTHERN NEWSPAPER P0BUSHED the courage to say that constitutional MIAMI FLORIDA
ON THE MAIrf.LAND OF provision,1'r' espectingreligioue, libertymean i' pats:h s along the,line of march. Several : t : ; \
; ,THE UNITED STATES. just what they 'declare and thatpeople shots 1 were fired. ,t'mlt-olle hog ,: b UNDER,THE: LAWS'or;, FWJBTDA.WM .
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shall not be tarred to pay for religious floating in the\ canal minus the hams. \ ;
instruction of\Uheir children, ', :
fnbllahed t>y the East. Ctwrt PubHxhlng*. Com' for turning' the publiri school room intoa :W ar waiting anxiously for the no ." Conducts ',a" General B4ikirg-
: l>auy. Corporation let; ee I law to J> hays M. BROWN '
-, .. place ol worship.[rjiU interpretation eooine.up..ratiyeand J Business. Issues Drafts on i AH
--\- '\'"' of fundamental law bhould to; 'uft' r in silence. ;But all things PHFSIDENT I' "

WALTER .Si GRAHAM, . Editor.. commend itself alike:ib Christians and ,fon e tp him who waits-even razorbar R. R. McCORMICK.'.' I arts of thef World. Accounts ,r.I

J.. .). '" to unbelie\ers..' Our constitution} ,makers t I VIC -rRE.ID Solicited and Con \ '
I were for :the greater' partLdevout 1D 'I Every FavQ

4 Subscription Rates, I, Christians, but they knew the dangerof : r. (j. W. Stephens:! has ,his celery CHARLES H. ,GARTHSIOE. '" sistent 'Yith"'C nsen.ative'' ankCASHIER.i
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Six months. ... \, ?.. 100IUn&w allowing religion and. sectarianismto lied co ning on i in good shape. The, I insr Extended. .
oopie... ..I\\.u..... 4i enter m inTlny way into our public in-I t8.rt> reallyfor i \ '. ." I ''f
\ Foreign ,fnbsrriptions. cents. extra to covet, ; stitutions. Perhaps before, long gome 1 fla transplanting. \" I 1 .
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'\I _r__ .I\: .J, ____OlItage._ ___, _.:..__ ._" court of standing will have the courage of G >rj e (colored) of sUatbJ Beach. I\ '; CORFtfSPO'TS, : : \1 "
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r declare has hr: 'e acres cleared and ready fyi, \ 1 \ ,

f!? Advertising. i -i \ our tioual.Sunday When legislation' that event'' i1'un' happens(' nstitn-this pin' pj lest He has ordered, his slips 1 I Scab and Natibnal Bank, (' ., ; ; Never York 1<.-

BtviLK-ONY: ; O? :"TitHRR SIX OSIt live in from1-.Tei en. 'I : N at'l' Bank of ' 'I ,
r/ '' OL'MSoIl w....,. w. (0"1. M09. YF.Aa. country will] be a bt"ttt"r'pJa'e to \ Jacksonville, .1'! Jacksonville .
1 in'b .' .i00 j 200 $4o 600 i JO 00 liberty will have taken'' a long stride Cal t. Wm.,Burton 'delivered a boatload 1 \ -
2 Ilu'bt''Ih; 1 50 3 00 06 00 11) no 1800 and Christianity will be1\;',the gainer." l FOREIGN "CORREPU T.I.'t: 't 1r,
;, 3 incheali! 200 4tlO 8,00 tioo: 2500 bf s lip3WednesdayforPeter Hoffman '
,\li'= 4 inches 8 00 S 110' -10 oo 1800 )jO 00 : .. .. '" ] they came from the Windilla Knaii, h, Nachod and Kuhner ,, ,N W York
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5 tnchea 4 00 6 ro 1210 21 r \ t"
l e 'r- 430 800 14100 24 00 .: 00 HOW TO SUPPRESS LYNCHING. plan .ati n.. \ \ I"'I\
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IS Inches iuehe+. ;.. 551)600 l 11 00'U 0) 20 00 00 ,,33 5000 011 M 60 00 00 : it.was a'difficult'\ "matter; to suppresshe An0|l d fashioned: emigrant wagon Elegant 'Iron Yanlt andBurglar-PrOof( :,With Triple>Concussion Time,. Gen" '

10 Inches :. 7 00'120o22 00 ,,36 00 MOO ; practice o'f dueling, but of late" wended ts way towards the Everglades fi I ,
\\ '11 12 inebea ID'lM-J4._. 850 8 ro J500 1110, 24 26(6)on ',4200 St 00,' :2 1800I 00 years we very seldom"hear of a duel. one daysolemn ast week drawn by a yoke of My-bt I qf the ]Host Improved! l te". i!

In'hH. .. 900 16 00' Z8 ro 4.00 84 00 In speaking ot hrs subject and the 1 looking' oxen, which wasquiteanov ,
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14 Inches 9.4 '1710' 3000.4000 9000 '
U Inch" .'. 1001) 13,00,, *201) 5t ro 9fi.oo I I1ft manner, 1whic1h; duelingSwas" controlled I ight. \ \ .
' Ineht's. 10 r.o 19100 i 34 00, M 00 100l (It) and suppressed, "Law Dotes",: El L., BRADY & C O. i k
11 Ineh. .11. 00OO+ 36 00 51 nQ 1M 00 suggests } ki
There will be'no deviation\ from the e rate that.{similar!' statutes might be COCOAmJT; ,,QROVE ITEMS. I ITwi \ 'i

!k < 10 RcadU cent a:Hue.adverb; -en en tn'J among local' news .tried to suppress,lynching and, \believes \ - ," Groceries Grain Hay and Garden Seed. -
We are prepared to ddd o all kinds ef Job Prlnt- they wouldbe, effective :' ' tt '-follr new keyless boxes have :
and in ni-it-eltss style at as low 1 ,
ing promptly ,
juice* an U t.:onulctent, ] with a very moderate; "The constitution' of Ohio provesthat been added to the p postotticekas we desk 1 ,.. I
profit. no person who shall hereafter Hghr neat money order window and \ \ 't r-, ,
a'duel l, assist in the,same! as second, or :
\ The partition has been rt removed from IIA.111' AGENT FC1Ri'y1\ ApES' FERTILIZERS.. _<
AUrommunicfttiooit should be addressed and send, acceptor knowingly carry a chal the t'hlr of the Postmaster t '. I 1.J.--
all rhecs, draft, motfey order and other re- lenge-therefor shall hold any uttice in building. \ '
mittane TUB\1EAST made payable COAST to PUBLISHING- CO that \State.it ,Similar1 provisions acv; w Pint}" will soon have things right. We call the' attention of the people ot'D\ y Biscayne to our itock-of'8t le; :

Miami, FU.XV found in the constitutions,and statute! The iVhooners Harris Bros. Osseo and Fancy,,Groceries, Fruit and Food Product of all hinds; also oar atock ot'Grain., '.
Xrf-W** *. of other States! particularly in the Hay, Bran Cotton,Heed Meal Ground Food' Wheat.. ,_ '
rj The IfetropoitsNa: ,for I Sate 'at the, Following Southern :.]\ The constitution of and .e W.en itp, all from Key West, We are the only house on Bay Biscayue' dsaliogexelusively io the above liu4 of '
i4 1, se : c Virginia provides that no .person who stopped at; the Grove this w .k. The goods.' ,We buy,close and will sell cl ee. We invite correspondence and solicit i
-s A.T.; CarterCoeo tint Grove Fla. has, since the adoption of the constitu- Harris Brothers took back 'a load of 'your patronage. : Very: truly; E.;L. BRADY CO. .1-11U.
,' Anthony Bro!!., Wet palm Beach,Fla. tion, fought la duel, etc., shall be allowed r f r
bamuel Belcher tfUrnl I, Ha. to vote Grcf'rUaml.,Pla. : \ '
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"}; Key West,Sew! Co., KcVRent, Fl*. ,profit or tru t; and the code of Virginia .')WL Jackson has removed from
.. .. 'J'' provides that every Pt'rilon. who ;
: enters upon the'discharge i of an.func- his homestead to the Carey house on \..' ,"

s 'MIAMI, FLORiD, _FRIOAY ,!ilLY 23, 1M7. tion 'as -an'office' t of that State shall the. Bay fr nt., '. \ MIAMIA. 'I I I't'
Aid subscribe an oath effect '
take to the ..1.V., and went-to :
Carey family Key
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i any one fight a duel) etc.,
; i, CAT your |eye Tong 'TiHrteentlJstreet : that he will not fight a duel:or send or 'A. :J'. Barter left Wednesday night :
"' fisom Avenue B t{j Avenne! ,>Dand, I accept chellehge to fight aidtiel' etc., .
for> Key' We where he is interested in '
thenlell us (if you have, ever sefen:-'a.., during continuance in'office. These Business sanu Residen Lot _
the that Is'
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,.....Jprettjer; thoroughfare Florida., \, constitutional,and statutory provisionshave '
: Y- ;;'It .;.. ... i1. .... been, .found :to be very, effective, .being rurL' connection.-with the.goy- "
have contributed in degree
'- -; and no small erment wtorl.: now going on there. Mr. .
'BEAB tile article! on tie third pageentitled to suppression of dueling; and, Carter 'biro e leaving purchased thebftildirfgf
...... attention called thereto because it is I
.f; 1, ",egleet.Industr'' believed that similar provisions should .:Mrs.Swanson which is now EKil'NGSL i y'I

-;:; wbicttYreatslupon they! ijHivaton") = be,adopted in Preference to lynching. being given a general overhauling. ;;

.:' . the pineapple.1 upon Bic i yne'Bay.' It-is submitted\, that the governors i oT Mr. 'arte'r his associated, himself with, ,I ': .

,the several >should!\ recommend our townsml A. H. Lang, and a co- ,General ',, Agent for Mrs. *Julia *D: ,Tuttle. ':
to thir-respective legislatUres'ainendinents .. I
..' . HAVE you bought' a lot and are 'you to the,constitutions and statutes; ,partnership* na\ been formed for theconduct \ '" 0.-' '. ' \ ;

.... making arrangements to build :a'house which will prevent anyone from voting of cmldlcted hl"re'whl b I Per Lot LqcatioDJRAILROAD '
\ Prices From $50 to $1,000 t According
so as ti 'have your: family] ::comfortably -or holding office who lias pal'tldpatedinlynchingpt was formerly C. by Mr.'Carterin ,. 't9.L : /
n suspected: of having -
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\tdomiciledinthis' city.next winter: ? '':Ifhnpt committed rimes, the same. b Iil'din witlicrM.Stowe. FARE Jo :Miami over the Florida East: 'Railway will be re-F --'

:. ,: ,,,, wh'y:' not..r'oti| high!? Xol t You . Alfred Monroe of\!concord, Mass., funded to each purchaser of .a'lot provided purchaser will produce receipt for IUch". ,

,1 ,can get a really: _flrst-class\\rpsfdence lot' has presented I the library with The fare, which receipt \ be received aa cash in part payment for lot.i ' .
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.J I IUp on, Secondl{fhird rr }"du.r h' streets H..1JRAHAM'BRANSCOMB. Spirit(.Save ily-Six! ," together with, Main., Office : l';( . .. .

.' '1 ;i. wjthirra'bloek' } 'or so of Jhe .Bay, for Graham a large number of other books. .
H. Branscomb who '
was confined -
frpmI1oo to $200,1 That islnbt\ high for his with" vThe'laumlhel of R..Carney' nd C. M. HOTELMIAMI . ;J
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to many weeks consumption : ,
a lcit-f 'wUhraa knany 'attractions as succumbed tI Stow carried a large party up\0 Lemon : .
; finally' at ) t>to'clock' > 'f. i
may, i' Miami possessed" They will be worth, 'City Wedneidaymghtto. attend the "
t lastTuesday morning} Services I.Iy'I" I Zia .
tdo'ubl 'next'year.i A.,word',. 'to, the ,wise were held over: .be remains' by C." entertainment. \ \ : .,' >rx'' .iFla.. ,

*, is. ,ut clent." :- M. Millburn,. lay reader, ,in trinit Kirk Monroe: is now,at'Grand,Forks, '== < 6

t- \ 'I '. Episcopal mission! chipeiand th* filter? .. D. j ' \ Chase ;& Harriey ,, : :

THANKS to the Interpretation of the toent took place'in the new city! ceme- ,
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3 {Fuller fish Jaw .by Judge ,Jones. of TftusyiUe -I tery. Many friends I accompaniel the Ho,'For Cocoanut Grove. "I nl 'j ,
:=:: : uran.ce.:
fast J
The -and commodious launch J
i. ,, the Indian Rive| .6shefmenj remains to, the grav ; where the; ser-, \ I' .
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peacock wharf at Cocoanut ,
Daimler'ialeav: s '
,, k *; are'doing'\ a rushing business. This in-. vices were,eoncluted.'') Several,very ap- {Urove' every morning except : .ff :" ... ; {":i i

.. Idusjtry is at'a standstill in Other 'porIt propriate .hymnserr sung after the Sunday' at 8'(o'clock; for Miami, arriving -' , -$ G THE- u r--: '\ I '\
n ; ions'of the State as other sections reading the serVic1. at! foot of\lAvenue\ .I) at o'clock' s
leaving Miami foi*:Cocoanut GroYe at Peon Motail I Life Fidelity' and Casualty Company' and all.Leading fire Companies
; [have,:n6 i County! ] Judgeof; isuch high ,Deceased was all( young: .man in his 10:30 a. m. flare 25 cents each way. :

e ;1C alibre.wAside!i from',the fishermen being 24th year, possessed fosterling character Will make special trips, returning to Special' .rates on dwelling property for three and five y-: .'. i iI ':

uaytheyusb so' much ice that the and' a most almable disposition.$ Miami parties Ining.for acqommoda-' \ ' ALSO RESIDENT Aassrs( FOR <* '
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demand has stimulated that industryand During his long' illness he .was: very tion of }atj very reasonable rates. I '

1 jtbeTitusvill 'j ice factory ] has a.de patient and bore'i his' suffering;with Go down and l spend\ a'day or two at \ HALL'S.'S'AFE: AND LOCK, ::CO.. :

h.* 'wand for all I theice;'i {jt can make.,;JudgeJones's : : great- fortitude' tie 'has known for Cocoanut the Bay.. CJrovje Spend, the ja day prettiest at the home-like place on . An
""."decislonwill probably ,stand' some weeks that the end I was nest and Peacock Inn and see the avejiue of royal .wR.. 'EC Nom, Toiajry lE'TXlallc Stfittf t:L.'i.. ; ,

,and it i is a splendid. thing for Indian looked forward to the inevltablettrmi. palms, clumps of giant bamboos and .lf"Jf ,

,ilvu. i., nation. with, true t Christian spirit.Death , many other interesting sights i h. the MIAMLFLDRIDA"d.
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1 had no terror to him i as he passed 1 Jc
Seasonable :
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I \ It is l.I'k' in Miami and is also passed away.' :. Bay'Front For Sale. .
,corroborated good'aytho-ity'tliat "Like one who wraps th$ drapery of his couch 1 Twenty-one acres with'a frontage of I .Watson'sHardware
*. upo About bimiand lies down to'pleasant dreams., 400( 'feet on the Bay. A splendid piece of
an'A;Pi: A. odge!has ben;organized His sister, Mrs. L\| R. Ord, who 1 has land lying between the place of B. R.'Me 00 d'. ,

%ln this city and.th. t it will take_a hand been eo devoted to'him during, his illnesa Cormick and that of A. RSim moos, 1 T\ ;i
id the municipal Campaign next' falland south of Goooaunt, Grove. The finest .
is the only member of bis family I Ice Shaves Water Coolers ,
of land for for the ,
the
make,an effort to defeat the 'reelection in-America. Therewainderof i his relatives piece pale on Bay ; oJ
Price $4,500. Will take .
one-
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l of the present uiav'or and reside at the o"d\ home in Eng; half cash, or"onJy\\one-third cash if neces' !

:aldermen, ,"Sufficient l jfor'r"t >'JjS land. We join with,the1 many friends 1 sary. Mosquito Canopies! ,
>i :the evil l tbereof.u.re'dOnO\ knWvthat of :Mrs Ord 2-18-tf BOBBINS &,GRAHAM.
in extending our< sincere i Ice Cream Fre zers .
:w w, shall touch thin:' matter sympathy. : :
uPOJ.- !.. '- I A Tempting Offer. ;
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,t again. We hardly..thin tit'will :be We offer; lets ..2 and, i of Block, E Oil ..d'G'a :.Loves ' : '

,worth .while to d'ig4ifythe inotiieelit ... r \ Miami. They are situated on the Booth : L . and 1A
,by notice in. thesel columns.! ilf ,we Bide of the yiver. 5';hese Iota compiieea Matting ... 81i 1 t' t'o're" .. ... I :
ahohld seem ,More SchoolTeachers Appointed.;, tract of land having a frontage of 114 feet Baby: Carriages. "h ' }
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w:, morement.worthy of '
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The Dade Countyljchool J Board has facing the river; also KM feet fronton . ":
'jourconsideration: , xwe, shall, pay'our repects appointed the remainder the teachers -. Avenue D and 260 feet on 18thvstreet. 2-8-tf-gs. CALL AND PRICE THEM.. ;
s in due season'at'\ preaetit' wet : We bought; these' lots cheap last May and I I .:-
'.simply: eaire ,to *tsar that "we: for Dade,county schools. t 3hejrar, ; offer the three for$1,&>0< Will be pleased : j
Y nd1d : agreewithal Lintonr W, A. H.Hobbs; '; West Jupiter to chow them'at any, time. '

L'' i ,. men rair-in denouncing liberal"the1 J and.introduction sen.aible Miss Rickarts; West Palm\JBeacli,Miss
.r)> 'of religion into politicsJ" We: Debagory; Boyntort'Tss glee; Pott -': 1Yr te authorized' 'to sell a'' six-acre it
want business- town' dam, )(r. Kidner; Lemon City, R. ,E. lot "on OM Bay rot at Ewanton 12th tree, weet of,Passenger:Depot. t
: men the cityl, .It, McDonald principal ',McDonald Heights .(southern portion of'Cocoanut .. '
Missj
.is not'a Question of religion.clip Grove), .immediately \south of R: R. h \ :
assistant I *
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C i",\' Mt'Cjrmick'M'(1.Jnct' ror $150 an acre. .
. appointments. are ? .F.i C. Jones Speak quick if you warttSt.' No other II 111\, Home Mane '
.:'iW :the following1 from \jthe. lastof'tawiXotes and J."C. Lightbdrn.Palm',Beach, and Bay front can be had ib thaWieighbor- '_ '1 _

+ .fasue 'bne,' oft. the best. Mrs. Anna D*. Ljgbtburn at {Riviera.:+ i hood'for less,than $ r2aper| '',acre5tf :dud\ Graham; : : : c. .;

.law journalapublishedin'Americi! .i !' Miami Cor. FiUz n.. '. Baked,daily, Delivered Free to any part of town. vRolta
Ten North '
,: Acres at Miami
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-t "Toe Michigan, upreme) Coartj has ..... . {' i Being' Lbfl:8: M of 'ne H of ne \< of Sec- . ,Buns, (Jak",.Fies. \ Everything first-elm Specialty of fresh conf.ctjon.
'- a jdecided ,that. regulation: requiring! ,, Central,Bosiness .Lot! (0-8&18.1 : lion 30, Township W: ,|South\ of Range 41 an uuU...I have ope of the moet-modernandfiratclisa; ,\ ovena. PicnIC and; excursion .
school teachers to-read the'Bbl, ) to The west,. 00 .feet ''of the lot upon East, lying between the r ilroad and Bay, parties milbed on abort not ; ', : *, \
their pupils is unconstitutional.' ) This which stands,the Metropolis !;buildiug.i I very e loeetotheBay. Good land. Price ," -- ce.iADAMS MAYER,; Proprietorfree
.question has been, ruled upon by 9,her A 80-foot; street 'divides lot. .108m. \ :, '
court* with 'Tarring. ;result*,."but ])the ," -,'f.1t. .thcrly.v; .. |I EnqulreJ- 2-18-lf. ..'.t BxjBBisa&GRIHAJC., .eli:: .p&ueJ1pf deopt.de -ereve of free of clurge' t i I'rBe" I ember thi-.pbc'.,12tb Street.. 1 ]t 1t.Rest'> & r
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Mail| | Mince( Meat This gives new light on the subject. Joseph A., McDonald and Family frequently .1 loudly' applauded by the The Great 'Standpipe ',' ')
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1 ; If the: RivIT front between Adeline I) Left on the train last Wednesday morning largest audience which has ever, assem- For Miami water system will 'begin . d

+-+ and the present railroad wharf is to be for pfew York'; Sew Haven and >len in Lemo City. to ril.l in a few days' ,c |

W. p.\];\ Hatched\ )in forma'us that the" used for handling the business of the! other northern cities. They expect<< to There were\several attraction consisting Messrs.'Tippett & Woods,the, great

report that the J saloJn, men desire t
incorporate Xorth, iliaml-4s. s not, cor see that abridge\ across the river at Mr. McDonald will spend the mostof, prefacing the drama,which were excel- Phillipsburg, N, J., have*undertaken ;'

rect. Hf says, he.\.ha/\ino desire to have! Avenue D would be a serious objection. the time with Mrs. McDonald, and their IpntlyrendereU and most highly erioyed. the task of its construction., They w

.the place incorporated and, that his With this information we feel that it daughter' Miss Kiltie visiting friends The solo by Miss Delia Pierce' have ,erected about one hundred of

business>is not. Sufficiently: good to would ,be unwiseto urge 'the construction and relatives in Connecticut, but will entitled "Could the Waters Speak: as these great standpipes in various

\ warrant the ( an additional of a bridge across the river at also have several. ,conferences with his They Flow," was the hit of. the even\> cities. of the country.One .i,.

; \license of $ paymfmt'E': said if the Avenue D. great chief in Xew York City. Mack lug in this line\', and, the appreciationof of their foreman arrived here '

j place was, that no one i 'From what Mr. Flagler', has already has made arrangements, for the METRO the audience!was shown by the loud a few days ago with a corps of seven

\. wanted to' extend, the lines far:enough I 1 accomplished( in developing Miami ,POLIS to'fo' low him, around to the different applause 'and the presentation of a experienced workmen and ',they have,

.north; include the of"ebetery. >f . I it is appearent 'to everybody that ,his : places where he will make stops large bouquet. Miss Anna Condly, of. I been at work for';,the past few days on e I ,

Prof. Boggs and son! thanks to theN plans are. of great .magnitude. as they: during. h|> Vacation in, order to 'keep Key West also deserves especial men- the foundation and the sopperstruc-' r;

1 wonderfully,tonic and exhilarating! 'effect are gradually unfolded. We realize posted on Miami matters. He has also ion for the excellent' manner in which ture 'will now begin to rise rapidly. I

y N of our climate, still I :survive 'not- moreand, mo e the nfcf'Ssi'ty of everybody promised td drop us a line occasionally she rendered her solo which was alii l :The standpipe water'tower' will be j

withstandingthe ,the combined and per- who livesln:this city encouraging it anything of especial interest to loudly applauded. 120 feet high.and will give pressure sufficient '\{

i aistant onslaughts of Morse, Kingsley' hi.:la: in every possible.''way, and if. abridge Miami. ilea te open whic"h he'may be authorized .. .. .. I 1 \ : to' throw .a stream over the

Waddell .and Land, our real ,estate across;, the river at Avenue D to give us for publication' Prof. Boggs and Son Return. ''I highest building in the city PAll we ),t

men, and (everybody ielse, .who has 'apiece : would in any: way interfere with. his 'lack I is always kind to newspaper; men W. E. Boggs.. D. D., LL.D"t chancellor !will need is luftlde1t.hose! to give us .

J of land to sell. 'Easy gentlemen 1 tDon plans must sacrifice our own and has ben| particularly so to the of the University of Georgia, .re- excellent fire protection. ;,;;

1: \{ ,,get them distracted or they may petty persona',interests'for the sake of METROPOL ISJ giving us all the information turned to this city from Fort Pierce 1 The water;is excellent for, bathing: .f

; '\not buy anything and they are such ,the general w lfare. on any subject connected with his laU Saturday night in company'with; audculk'arypurposes.! ,j.

,good! men vre don't want',to,drive them The writer .? considerable property branch of the Flagler interests which his son A. A. Boggs. They have 'in- / \ e .. S r i

\: away.* The, Bay country needs 'them adjoining\,the\\METROPotis' lot and ould,be made public. without detriment spected the East: Coast sufficiently to \' Lot T,Ewanton Heights,three acres, pg.

r 'in its development. aI80'ne.rly'a whole l block on,the south 'to the plan: he had in hand. satisfy,themselves that the Bay coun- I i Bay front;one mile south of Peacock ::

,. This week Ber. .,E. y. 'Blackman aide of the,river; at the foot of' AvenueD. We trustlhe\ and his family will have try bas attractions which, are in their I cheap.Inn ,at Cocoanut Over 400 Grove.feet front 300.on county VUJ't:t

I Jbrought) to'Ithey, METROPOLIS\ .a hand This. .property would be greatly a most enjoyable' time and that he ', opinion a little superior to any other road and small front on the BayBeau- I. P

ful of nice tlmothey, well headed and tenefitted andenhancedinvIluebythe will return re uperated and full of new portion) of the State and they will probably ' tiful ,building site just south-.of the 'r

\, with, good length of .eta k. 1 He _had construction! of a bridge' across the river , vigor,and strength to carry out the'arduous i purchase. some property this:wee)(',., place' of Hon.. J.ROBBINS W. Ewan.t GRAHAM.' Apply,toIjuly2tf >

\ gathered it,'from the side bf one of the :IAvenutD.'!\ D.\ Tv'e can realize, ,how- duties which he will 'be called They have several places ,underJconsi-,\ : i\, : ;
er,' that it would be,very .shallow on .' Cheap Wild Lands.. i-
!
the'streets,where it was groWing very upon to perform during the ensuing der tion. After they decide upon a] .
-of crashed rock ,our part to urge', the,, construction of abridge At the time 'shall location ''Boggs We offer 50 acres with good fronton the ;;
thrifty in a bed loose 'ear.. same we be Prof. will return td situated .
-I of which the street is pared.:' Either at Avenue .D I in! face of a protest glad when the time for his return rolls Athens.toresume his duties' at the University kin Bay Key, being on lot Key,3 Largo of section, neatPamp-12, and .%'H

tiro)thy will'make a good: crop here or from the Flagler; interests. While around as he,is needed at Miami- Thereis while his son will locate herd!! lot .1 of section 13, Township 69, South

crushed rock,wiUnmake a good, fertilizer the property referred to would be no man i in the city whose presence permanently: The young gentleman' RanM40Eaat. Price $18 per acre. or' x
I Alao lot 4 of section 31 and Iota
construction of : 1 aDd
,or both. M4 Blackman.has; reside benefited by t e abridge here is ,more p gnant with the welfare bas a wife; d one child.. The family 2 of section 32; Township 60.I I South f ,

,.., !i Florida many years j and states at Avenu 'Dj| we this to be the first timothy be has ever it,might .interfe e with the development t this) community. We are very much peninsula near Madeira Hammock, on

I teen growing in the:s t te. ,' of tbe,.city in |accordance With Lemon \\10 pleased to learn: of hU ;decision to" locate the mainland. It ha a mile of nice shell
the plans of,its p oc pal promoters., ty Entertaiment.The the Bay. beach' and madeira Umber. Price S3 per
The Lemon City In on acre.. I'
espondent Lemon
concert Yen by the '
The :development of a heavy l local City Prof. deliered'two fine ;' 218-tl
C
Boggs very 1 BoBBpra & +a.>i zs,
the Florida.Citizen says : "Ourrpeo-; commerce by small' crafts along the talent, Wednesday night proved a brilliant discourses in the Presbyterian tent 'fl. '
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ple;are fretting, quite deeply interestedin river front between Avenue'D and the affair.' A great' deal of praise is last Sunday. The 'attendance at the :- lice Building Site, .
the matter of the.extension 'of Bis-, would due Mrs. d for ber-untiring efforts Close to toe Bay front, north of A. R.
> be
railroad wharf
a
;certainly Wince morning service,was not large as very Simmons' 1 eoath of
'caypedrive'alongthe, Bay,front from in ;place, Cocoanat
those who took in
} Miami to Lemon City Vnd no doubt good thing for the 'whole city and part. few of our people knew that there Grove. conUming 1& acres. Price $300. ',.
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e the affair.
would be just as much benefit to the would be preaching, The tent was 2-18-tf i .RoBBixa & QKAHAV., .' .
subscriptions now in circulation;assist- The'opening 'Go Work -t. t
Uponhe
Avenue? song '
property we own on [opposite crowded at the evening service and all
ed: by the ,county i will 'secure:. the as Farm. charmingly rendered by For Sale on Perrine Grant.. i:
the Hotel "Miami the construction -1
A amount Necessary to satisfy this long-, ; Misses Dellie Pin ,Ella CJeare Rebecca who attended, enjoyed a most excellent. Forty acres' land. with 100 trees of ,. -j!:
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cro881 the river at
of
,a bridge ,. sermon., various varieties of fruit andi;bearing.
felt I want The Miami.. METJtOPOL18 , \ Freeman, Mesda es Billings! and WinO ; .
lhas (' Avenue D. I . I Fine view of Bay. Apply tto John, :
j.W.. been doing some good work for us We sincerely trust that-all! of' our ld and Messrs. Filer! Carey and Lovett, Cutler, or to,Eo.C. Harrington> ,: 1 .. .,
t, '=, in pushing this matter before_the peo- L ,Key West Temperature.Through Cocoanut Grove. 2- : 'qS
(\ will realize\the importance ofencounging.Mr. Cleare) was loud y applauded as was -tf-8p ......
people I
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and we hope to see the work begun the of :Weather .I.
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pIe also the song, f the Waters 'Could courtesy 1 '
Flagler In every pos . Forty acres on the south fork of tbe \
ihortly, which mould, give the people sible way and instead of placing; any Speak ai They.FI w.'" Reporter Boyer we are enabled to place i, St, Lucie river, being, n ja of lot 4, of 1 tM V 1
f thIs':eectlon : (: of the, best and The instrumen music by Misses the following' figures before our readers Sec. 17, T. 33 9.;R. 41 E. Good pineapple 'C\
obstacle whatever in the way bf carry- at ,,home and abroad. Camparing I
\i'f" pleasantest- drives* to be' found' in the'.. his plans that j they :will j cooperate Freeman and Pierce and John W. dow hem; with a', recent statement in the land at $3, not $30, an acre Ap- .\
& Gaaa
Vi Dgout ; :'' ply to ROBBINS si. july2-ti {
tat \ the cornet/and Messrs. Miami METBOFOUS we find that our .
er, organ by ..
along
,his lines as much as,possible \ ..
.. for six_mntha ,
mean
1 r. I I J Brossier and.Moffatt .temperature was ,,
t s : and remove: any existing.. obata-. was delightful. higher than theirs. Our lowest temperature ,
\Bridge:Across\! Ave D. cles.'L: '\ J"J"J" Mr.. Filer, in rendering the negro for eix,months was 51 on Jan4 = ,:. dr'

l'tI"D! ,, .W';ref eid ,to-this, When could the city have paved its song, "Climb Ye| Children, Climb," '29. against 34 on the same date at Miai 'r ."JI. ..:..:I .. ... ,
atter.\ good"dearof complaint is constructed and ( acted the part so 'well that It seemed a mi (Jupiter report). Our highest temperature \ ; ; \ . -""
sewers! wa er
streets,
Tower .....
for months than ,
1 W
six was ..
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black I. "
adein location the could ruboff and then'The r.
regard to the present works with, its own funds Certainly pity ; tbeir'9-90 on June 25th against 93 on I'" \\ \
o 4 th&ridgV across)theDriver! at Ave-:, not for some years to'coo\\ Thanks.toMr.Flagler'sliberalityahd'interes Chicken Cop Door," by':. Mr. June, 21st., ; 1 z gfO'\A t 'r 1'I \ -

'ne'.Gi'Since! t has:'been decided to, I tin: Stray er, made you Ithink"' there might \ MAX. 1IIN. M=AN. \\I, ; .-. ' i:. as \ \1
.'. ; well have been pair of them J"anuary\.P.!\ :.. 79 .n 63 OJ < ,
build a-principalrailroad:terminal on as, a : \ \
; the city we have these advantages .... .... . 82 68. 73 e .t'0 -' ,
' February s '
\ tl 0 02
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the: Bay front, "'e. bad' bbped their to-day.: F Wl cities :nave 'them 'when The shadow. pantomimes by Miss March..4.. ....... .... 84 65 76 ?: z = \ ..
.! *no> special objection. to a l te years'old.o..w. e' could ,not have.had Mathews, Messrs.! Infield Strayer, April...]. .v.;.:... 84 ,66. 76 :.. :" I r.a' '

badge) rossingtfie river at Avenue, D.Wf ,them but for,him. In\'fat 'I but for "hisrailroad Carey, Filer: and.Master '.Frank Zumwalt. May. .4..,... ...... . 88 70 78 ': r: ,'l S iJf2 'wal
.. . .... 00 7082 or; o2 ,
June. Q.g
find bath ere mistaken. furnished, the audience a .vast : _._ I f : "
,.however; we have beenany 0 .
there would not .
,...... : : \ i Mean temperature for six months 75. -. .
1\ Thte intent is toconflne the city! : amount of amusement.The -Advertiser. 2.0.... r N r.1. -M r a

,rbu iness on the Bad only to the larger E -y I - ', s ng"Myllo 'lher Was a'Lady," The'above is in comparison/ with the : ;. \

{ 'l class\ ofyesselsHJWe . { Party,/ from Green Cove\ ; Springs.''I'It by Mr. Russell, was' well rendered, and the following weather summary which '\ a.'.1.:0 M

'..1 \ learn from ], gentlep( n\in; :au- much enjoyed. I appeared in,the METROPOLIS last week:' 1'a '. ,. 1
{honty, who.does not wish us'touoteh'isjname : ]t t ,Hon. F.S1 Hanford. lerkof the Circuit Miss'Condly of KejpWest,] was prevailed Max: 'Mini- \I '' -a _' !1 t'. :" ,t S +

,".that "If Is the intention, to Court for Clay county* 'with i|li upon to sing "For' ;All Eternity mum, mum- Mean 3' 1 Z. :- ,: f J
January 84 63
= of gentlemen' from Green' Cove which she did ink most' '80 ; 0"1 -CJ:) .
utilizethe; ,riverfront :,between' Avenue party ; harming February86.' 46 69 J V \ .\0r + '
; D and the present' railroad wharf Springs in the citylthls, week looking manner to the enjoyment of all. March, / 88 49 73' .,:.. :' I ,1 1
forjwafehousea; 'spongers' ,.'fruit; fish over,tbe lands in this vicinity\Tie, : Mr. and Mrs: Soop as "Mr and Mrs. April, ;* 83 59 72
ail ithe Key trade\generally that' :will party: ,consisted of T. H.: Hafer, H.':E.: r'Mouser. ,*' Capt. Brossierat "Crummy"and May; / 87 57 >75 ..

be'handled by smaller boats andschooners. ? BemisW.: J.fVVilson\ and Ji; L. Kilpaft* I Miss, Susie Watson\as .,"B tsy', Bater June,Meam,' temperature/ 93 for six. 71 months" 81 72. ., "

.?I' Heilid', .'yo'h\cln readily. see rick. They ;were all well impresedwtb ," surpassed'them elves [in their It will.be I seen that' the' mean 'temperature Notice tor 'Publication.1

'that]lfLibridge is"\Wiljf, across: the the appearance of| the. city and rendition.their part; It will be along at Key West was one degree ,,Lilts Omcs: AT GAIXXITILI.K.{niy,19,1Se ..' I' .L)f .. '. l i n

river at'Arenue, D,'it would .spoil l ,, the surprised at the fertility\lof the soil of* time before charming. "Betsy"will warmer last',mouth,than at Miami. Notice\i& hereby aiven that'the following .' l'),

1 rivenfor this, business., ', 'The,Bay; front the.back country. They wilj'probably1; be forgotten. \ / ,I 4. ; . .. I, named settler has filed notice of his lDtent19: "
and IBiscayne :Drive.wilf, always be,'. make in e mfnts. t L '!\' \ Then last, but not least, their. : refreshments 'or'' Rheumatism Lumbago to mate final proot in support of his claim and t
1 Etc. that said proof will be made before W,1C.Fee-- ,
Mr. gafer connected :with delicious and all
Iflne- General
desirable went
'f << (place for were \
I residences \ If ,you want to' get cured: try the therly U. 81 Commissioner at Miami. Florida I
;-. withjthe, exception ,df' a'*'block or.'so Howard, proprietor of the'Farm, Field home well pleased wits their i.entertainment Medicinal Well at Longmont, Boulder \on Ancntt 90. 1897, Tiz: Edmund I.Knowles ;f,

: near jtbe.'new wharves. ',It'would;;.on and.Fireside.,bf Chicago., iThe General realizing, that they never county,Colorado., Never fails if taken *of Lemon City.,Florida,Ihomestefcd... k
y a; ';'the Other. 'hand, poil the.Bay front: tobringj has located several large colonies in the fail to have a pleasant time at Lemon under advice of a good physician.. It is 22,699 for the southwest quarter,of the\ northwest .

the small boat traffic and; the, South, two:of .which are 'n'lorida- City.entertainments.! \ f managed by J. M.. Mumford,a MITROPotie section 24' and south half ol northeast
,
quarter '
n 1 subscriber. Send 2-cent stamps to section 23,township south,tangeU ,
warehouses',up that,way." vHe further one. .in County{! near: [Tallahassee. Quite a number from Cocoanut rove him, for full. information. 25junelaug \'
'saidts fit is not pmsbleto enlarge and ,nd another at Green Cove Springs in \were present, among them beiugNMr: He names the! following wirnessee to prove .

make khe bridge 'at Avenue .G.'utis- Clay\cOQ.ty., He:was dowtt winter and Mrs. R. Carney, Miss; Jessie, Swanson Lake Worth Front For Sale. I hi* coutinuona residence, upon. and cultivation .

,factory. 'I suppose, the couuty'i and':at that,time'inspected f hC\\! Perrine \ Mrs. ,H. Tray!! aid, Rroy;/ wan son". :Twenty-eight acre, situate two miles of Edmund raid: land F., viz Caowles;, ,of LemonCIty,Fl*. .. .:, .,

.be: induced; tolplace another bridgehalf grant., xHe is apx.lou to find.\tract o f f.K )HER ACCOST.Rarelyjf . 'l eoath of West Palm Beach, in Section 3 Edmund FrMoffat, of Leaon City Fie.Oaxry }. },f .,
way betwee venue'D:aimAvenue 20,000 ,acres and :is- onOdept if he can I %vJr has honKe talent received of,Township 44; Sooth of Bange,43- Eaat.: Hiles,of Lon City. Fla. < 1'

Giothat'it' would;!crpa"* at. 'some find a tract of that:size that h< 'can till such encourgement.or"made amore Price $50 per.acre.BOBBINS k QBAHAH. ,1a.mehr nbel"of Lemon City,FU. . "' 'l.t'sslnlr
istfi While at Miami n'the' 2-18-tf shoe' J. II. BABCO, "' fUJ r., .. t
;point,near;the presen f ight house, a .it with c lor the successful attemttt stagethan j O' .:
k J ,little;'to thelwest o its rather'than party: was. in\charge: of ot4: F. .S( did the members of,' the Lemon' : ;

.f break; W ,the! phras above referred Morse, and that \.gentleman: p City.Dramatic Club who ,'appeared in ,Practical ,Mattress Maker :
country #
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'to ?* :} \t/ | *S? time or expenseu'sbowing!the the beautiful drama "Betsy. ,Baker" : t =IJI

Tail statement: is'an exact quotation and expatiating; o >:'" .itsl'many. Wednesday 1 e'v indri ;[the' schoolhouse A' ,(100n"WIN, *_ Avenue,b, opposite Hotel3fiami s, :\..
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;of 'wha| e.1gent1eman.! err 'tlaid o attractions. V! 1' T .'t ," atthis rac : Eacl\\participant. All kinds of Mattresses on hand and ..

;, oa. subjects; 'W'a, :. v his'yiaiii The pasty was domiciled" at! the Hotel acted;more,the part::o a".profesaiona .." g . I. made to'order Particularcare taken<
. 'f ,
.HattreslJet.
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necessary: L. ]( amt.,' A' \\ ; than that of ':;an amateur and each was in remakluK '1._ 1 1
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6 /' : \1 THE MIAM[ '1 J JULY; 23, 1897. ': -. .


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'Bue & When- in Jacksonville ENCLA D-AND AMERICA. I j I: of.southern 'fame, told it.with a h artY'1 I I looked upon with respect and wltlnsoYttous < .
a .. . appreciation of its merits: =,"bbe w : eyea'a&' in, the past,!la now considered -', <.
/ .... I The Great Chain of Letters Thatltln4i old woman in a.linsey-wooL J petticoat an'intruder,and a>pest, and.is'hot ',
I r \\1 STOP'ATTHE'' V tLe,,Two summary| and a bright turban, and we found down, \whenever opportunity of !
vls ,.. business most interesting of.the) her in one of our jaunts amend: the;city fers. Since) hone ''becamf'so' cheap
a Ii of the post e in the Unitedtilt
flier 1\1 ngdoin'hat been compiled' by! Mr.'J. and took a kodak picture of her. ,One (here ijnot|object in cat(thing- muse'

I. '-... VOrUote1 1 It Schooling, a member of the'Hoy a I of the company asked her in fun if she 'tangs, and thus once valuable representative . f
remembered WlUihingtQn- see, she .of the beat friend oftmaa.is '
St
; tistical society of London. {t'is of '
; /!ottage pei liar value to American, n only i 'was \'eryol 'I>e d and rdeedy.I do, I. now asked in the,same category as tdie"s'
I. \J as affording a means of ,comparison miss,' she answered glibly 'Perhaps : coyota and other "Tan lnt..** ...

T ,, y'I : I I \ rside Avenue, near Bay wi h our own; : post office work but beta : you,.were one of his nurse mammy:?* I S \ 55 t' "'*-| f!

'1 ,Two: l nhiiea' north t nf !Muttui, : \/ Street. se it shows anew the close bonds of Oat 'am, jess so, missy-I }cussed' hfm CHANGES COLOR EVE Y YEAR.. <,.
dose, p the Railroad De- \ budne43_ and friendship between, the when \\asaleetlemiteerjbaby.. |Oh" -
put, "J Minutes ffi m the t\Y great nations.. Mr. Schooling H.i then you..must'ha\e known about the WOBAB la 'IreUad Who c ,SklAltrrnatelr I."
# ,One ofAtoe Nearest Hotels. in the City to > Block and Whit *
*
,ba\ J.I his rates his statistics,with graphic dia- cherry tree? But she did 'pot, and,it
.
F New :airy the Union, Dep>t. i her and she listened Medkid'societiesiullreat I ritain and ,
"I ] Building, large. gr ms., was explained to
: ;' Bedrooms, : Am...ricanx$2 to 82.50 per day The first thing that strikes the':rye in I with much''interest. 'Ise lion' know Ireland are just now +tlevotldg' no little 'j.
i I Hunting, 'Fishing, "Boating te". ; European, Rooms 50e;!75c, $1 the)report is the cost of thBriti.h pos- ;nothin*'bout no cherry:'treejmissj, but attention to a remarkable,huinan freak
/ H\ f i,' tal ', service and the profit; for '',,Great I 'mebers 'zactly when his maw found whornbv% (lives in one, oft! .the westercjIriiih
: y FreD h Cuisine, Bixly & Son *' counties. The woman(was born' '
R. '
.' I I"Y --"--- I: Britain makes'a profit in this 'depart- him in her room on de gaa'a-burnin!,, ,
,.c'I,' I I with a;black skin in JamaJci about 45
'cause he done turn it 'Did he tell
ment. The
: .C ias. CourlyPr p. wages of the employes on. *
.i Ugoo\ ahelremained
t'' i-I tf.i ' 1 ,-3-tf PROPRIETORS.. ado e' amount to $32,500,000 ,a year, her be turned it on,mammy 7* 'Deed. years \ She says that
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I \while the total"cost. of the department an' deedy, he did foh he nebber; tole,no with t her akin until she'was 23 years of age, "
for the \\asnt
I'I t / same period is $53,750,000.'The lie 'But mammy,-there any gas '
:> I 1" : 'receipts amount to. $68,750.000* in those da}...' 'Yes. dere w as, honey;. when, she began rapidly turning wlillte.
transformation
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hating. a balance of $15.000,000 profit ayear. J 'members dat::, too." It was decided the complete, being
< # 1 lAMI-r- This, would:make a, very at.'itg that old mammy had been the sertun I,of made in lees the three months. She'i-'
t'i remained white for about a Fear, and
;, i t comparison witb''a large yearly some George Washington, tint J.1ot-pu: then turned black again, 'but more J.' '
elicit of our own post office,were it not own immortal George and she was let !I
\ 1 slowly than thewhlte transformation
remembered that Great Britain delusion
{ owns to enjoy betpeculiar undis\
I I and the telegraph,too. Doubtless largeteJe- bad,come upon her. When this second''change
BUSINESS RESIDENCE \ !: turbed. : 4f
.< J:, \i /' graphic profit' offset a deficit in the= ,''I i : in,skintidolor took, place she .
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". \ '1 1 WILD. HORSES.. was sure.that she had returned to her L,
; \ \ strictly'postal business. On this point 1 I

4. ,i IL'oIs1.: Mr Schooling is'unfortunately silent CeaatagDomeatleated Animals AwaFrora'Home. T original hue duringthe color\ and balance would of remain her life,that but -1
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1 LWhile Great Britain exchanges, 9000,000 $ i -- '
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\ it wasnly a few short months until
( letters with Europe she exchanges td be
.1t 1- Wild horses: are ,getting quite she was lLga'jri as white as ai\albino,
: I \ 61,000,000 with America. Thisshows numerous again, on thefiat.t) In the '.
\ time
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Since that the have .,
wi FoV\ Sale .' the bond between Europe and > changes yearly
NI I I Texas Panhandle and in Beaver county. '
t : taken place the woman bVing block)'
I 'America, for the next continent on,the They are very troublesome, bays the t'ote summer and white then x.t. She,
,
,It list is Asia with'whom she makes' only" Cincinnati Enquirer:, as they lead away I suffers whatever. \.i .
: 22,000,000 exchanges.! the'horses belonging to the ;cows men no.pain :
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1 PiicestroESlOOto; $tOOO'P6r Lot In the comparison of nations the and grangers, :and tl hen, *a idomestfsated
,, -United States stands far ahead;of:any bone once gets writhe 'I't ..
\ other. ;, for 41.000.000.letters are exchanged unch-I FIELDS, OF CARNAGE.
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-l : it is ,small day's job and .
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; 't
M 'to annuallybetweenusand0reat.Britain. take several days to,catch:h D1.. F
iccording Location The battle of Bosworth, where Rich-
> .t ., The next on the list is France, "
h \ i" laziest old crowbait alive, or,the gentlest ,ard III.'lost his life, wa'.fougbt on pit
.I. \ \ I W th exchange of 25,750,000 letters family: horse, after; associating/ fora : II the. hamlet of the same name,12miJ9"' ....
'" and Germany is thirdith an exchange J
few day with the e mustangs, seems of
\ ; west Leicester. On the hill over the 7
: Railroad faro to Miami aver the, Florida East Coast';Railway will be refunded to of 25300000. No other nation approaches to forget his raising; all the old-time town, ,now galled) Crown hill,"a monument :
3 4; S t each purchaser of a.lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt,for such' fate,which nearer than Italy's 0,500,000. wildness of; his' forefathers seems to marks; the spot where the trowu' "
: .k\ receipt will be received as cash in part payment.for lot The' increase letter writi ng in the last crop out in'him,s and,'although formerly of Richard was placed on the! head ofHenry. "

. '; t 4 i\ ( '(Call on JOhIN B.: REILLY, ,Agent, enlargement'50,years,due of to, f increased friendship( education,business and and he may anywhere have
} \ I |. j \ ,4 Fort\ ,Dallas La Company)', : i\: lami; common interests shown;in i if!general the compiler's is very interestingly table - him.a. man'About..thE"to pet' within a,;halFmileof to reciver; I Prussians,U;town 'of Saxe-We|mai- .. '.
'1 pnly way a Ejtenach, on' a small stream called the
\ Or J. E. IN<$RAHAM; Y icePres'tFort ,. In 1840 for I Itanee..tbe British
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r \ : 'pot. office delivered ten letters ,for ,horse of t.h kind is ft run thej en'tire Siiale, and 12 mH southeast Weimar; ' ;

: : '1 MO-lf.f' \ Dallas ;Land".poM St Augustin; ,Fla. every head of population, while in 1S94 t bunch down and corral them and rope f On the same day that Sapo1eonwCXD his !
:1, \ ': 46 letters for each head of, population the ones wanted. Nearly all.out stockmen :I victory at Jena Davoust defeated another -
fit. : were delivered have lost horses in, thi&...manner, | :Prussian army Auerttadt,( vil-
r I and the mustamr. instead of\,being I I' Page in'Thnribgia. (
Little F bo With similar \intent bir. Schoolingsays ,
Fertilizer "
Bros AND Phosphate : : ,
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'Twenty years ago the activity a . ."
tJ
i tiny spot marked London'annually delivered 'I '
I HO ; f'1
.' JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA, 72-l tters Ins] the United Kingdom I, :. .\ .... ,;
l1 for,e\ery 100 persons living on the for :,the' -" .' i
area of the wb le'\\'prld. a, sufficiently , 1 I I"i'; .
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Manufacturers t M of rJIlh! = Gr .F rt1lI .r ,chine Iutnow remarkable; delivers this performance v.-oridefutpost in ,these little even office islands then.ma- -- -, J + cycle' : ; tB ..


only; I a number of letters that suffices to .
provide each:unit of,the world's popula- '
'Tomato Growers should l use, tiekJ3ct. Fertilizer, because the SI.S \| one and one-quarter S. ,- I : I 1 S : 1
4 Lettersannually f :
f' the; I '1 ' .
c/icdpcst. and this without including ' .. ; i. "
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I I f any of the other considerableitems I I
Little Bros'f Vegetable No.1. and Lithe Bro' 1.0Q::, of postal-,matter, such as, book : 'Ra'cesGrad I

", :1' r I ", : .l'\ I' Special are the, Be t'Bra ds bn ,th.; packets,. telegrams.etc.1, poet cards', ', newspaper. circulars : ' 0' ," '. f "

'. ( \ ; \ I 1 1maiket for'; tomatoes. ',. I . The comparative diagrams indicatethe ., ., .' j' ..'.A.NJ' :) \ :

1 : t "J I amount of postal matter exchangedby -
El1tWm\ & Brariscornb the United Kingdom with the ()other \ '"
ms' ; Agents "
continents' They show how closely vre
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.t.f I(8. ,I nre bound (o the qUet' 'B realm through, B'II"

'\ 'i the ties 9/the post.-N. V. Herald. : '

: : i -NAME.iloWthe : I ;
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Great Soldier Came Adapt .

., \ NotihlVHaTermina i id : :\ : J had; / beea.Hiram,to the' the start Initial Ulysses for West* t.or'8.Up Point. II...Ulysses,.Grant' ,.:li: .D'.IJ: : \ '


I 'Crant. The, young traveler* required a .. \\t r L .
!: t t 'j I .tr ink.! and Thomas Walker a local .0 J \:
i l 11 ', t, I 'genius'washe' ,man':to make it. ,He
1 Y. ,',- f \' did so, and :to finish it off he tracedon
Y ', the in brass tacks the -
cover big

3' ; :;,med i N, raw" :- Will'f' :perateNORTHERN ; ,' Q Ulysses initials, "II cousin, U., went O.'" -to James help him Marshall carry, :ThursdayJuly J; 29 ,

: the, new trunk home. j jUI)'sses looked :.
lb at the' big, glaring I letters. "I won't
'eV th
!! p ...:, hate,that so,*' h said.' ."It speUs "hug.'

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The''o ld plague tOe about it. "
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45 .;.l' '., ., r H : .. And he thereupon shifted his middle ,
: 0' name ann became Ctysses II.:Grant and: The ''Ball of the
Grandest BeasonI
PORTION 'CITY.i '
.\OF:;THE -
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,' '. vhe went,forth into the-vorld. _
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; ;, j f: '. :," ; 'k .' He, registered: at Hoe's\hotel West will be given (by the- 4 x
1 js -,'1 \' i Point;' ;on the 29th of Mayas "U. H. vi"
iNorth Miami, Tots acre only .1fa-'h1 le from theN' werminalo Grant,'' and the same day reported to'
: Seminole
/ : -i \il, t I the adjutant,George: G. Waggaman, deposited Amusement Club
t ; : ;r : f'a. few'ninutesl' 'walk, |Siza 60x100\ $48,and. signed his name.Ul>'sses', .

t' : / Alley'in' rear. 'ot. ,every lot{: C. :and I .,breezy \ \' ,from Hiram\\ashington Grant.: His, however,name' as,' was reported'U. S. ,I, :.A.'I\\ 'i--l L' t :", '. ..MOTEL'

r 11 I I location, ol.J Grant, and the error arose.in this way:. '
t. \ ;' \ '.1, . L' MIAMI CASINO
I ,1 -{' '-.'i' f' of ,.... lion ThomaellamcrreceiveI!! the,letter ,
1' of Jesse' Grant only the day,before '
i : : PRICE'$50.00' TO : .
fiTS.OO' thecloseof, ,his.term, and, being much' !i Under :First-class management.
: hurried,'. sat down at once and wroteto } i .. '
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\ j-;: Buy 'one, while they may' b had 'cheap. They wil|I It 'for,Secretary the appointment' ;i of War of Posnsett his aeighbor'a'son. asking t .

? 'be. :worth- double', a'' 'few months. hone ?".when, the N.e .: He._knew the boy's,name. to be All'are, Cordially Invited,,
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# Ulysses, and inferring that his middle!
' '. Terminal l is completed. Terms.Bobbins .
x Easy ;
name was Simpson so filled in the application' "
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r I \ t ; ,; & :Graham;; Ulysses', faced' the adjutant.' I.ADMISSION. -50 CENTS ,
lIe asked ,
*, to hate it changed but'was '
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.:. ,2'iuII91-ff I '' ''' ER'Po3'r'OFFICE.: told,it was impossible without the. consent t \
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-tr"{ : .. I 'f : :' ,; ," said. .'1 'Suitable Cash Prizes,, for :all-, 1'
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"Very *
iiS'i .....,. . ........ welt came here f j ( l'
... : --r vu. b8JJ. ; to enter:the' military academy, and'enter Races' of the i
; Imported ; $lPO ..ate erl.. nun consisting following :
. k' ... Florida grown ODe year,Iwo " ;& .f /, Lshall.. An initial more or,less.does r
: : f t Sumatra, T.'>c "ero..to 1.60pr1h! .M nnf rtliriniUnf not, matter.'lie was known to the government , 6 Mile Race-3 Mile ',''Race-1 ::Mile 'Race, time-
,: 1. lb. FIF.LDAl :
t T. ,0 lac .,o \ ,e ,OARDENti\loItDSor Tobttc'MJ'I'r; i..H,Find rr\" riettefi.20c pcrqt. '...thereafter as' U. S.",Grant.McClun -.= 1-8 ;Mile Dash,'Race-1-8 :Mile Slow Race. ', '
v. pnatpaid.$'.tiO tr bo 'Irel 8nBiV > ltr..wrnn t "
r : T t r "a I 4ir rivttis2Dprfit.pogCt v*Ant prepaid., hne > 1'i.;; rt ores paidoaah. SHE 'REM'EMBERED.Whe ; SwimmingRace across Mi ami river* at 11,
't :!o .506 pr Ib port J'ltiJ..: frAr'Unt'tolhe' best! "-- ->c per Ib port raf<<\ 'intnuoiitional[ : o'clock ,A.. M. Bicycle and Torchlight Parade
l>{bel J>L0 er. not"rt'pI\ lr.q Prlb:; All other e"-MII atgnaUly reduced rated;: Intern . ,, George.1Washnalo'.TarredDown : t'
EU>ck t-Fi.l.-Yttht tar pee pkt.: tnteruatloaal Ponltrr Food.-Eat{per pkt. .CAMERON j __ : the"'Ga.., -- at: 7 ,o'clock F.. M. Prize awarded:for best dec
jar ,
T;: i 'It larkannr1tle.Flai '
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Apropos of Washington.whose birthday ,
orated,Lady's- or 'Gentleman's Wheel. FIRE'

... : ::' -' : : ' A cnoiceselecItion | story has is told just concerning been celebrated an. Jdmammt',:a'quaint WORKS at night.\ ;: Come'\ and we ,assure;; you a -1

.P"I" 'H" r'.fIII' In' :; i at the.. o ice who.was discoAe'red'hi bin native town .Good. time..TugofWar. at 10.30 A. M. *:
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n .of 5Fredickslitirgr: ,and who; could not ''
f eIETROP't
: ) BASKlNt owm-ptW. .
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z i -- ' have_been born.wEen the general died. S.-CASTELLANV: -, ; \ : ; ) -

'\I.' '. _, -, .... ... .J.' .,.,'- -, t.,. LIS.. !: ,,Mrs..,Pickeit.;the w idow of Gen PicketV; \ ',Co tfe,8." A.-Club.. > HARRY'Clnb:: ?*: -R'I
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If't, \ 'HE MIAMI 1IIETRO lIS: JULY '23;/' 1897. .". \\ \ /I, 1



f of \ lA..TliieTI.h Cat., '
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', Man Part. : Plants .
A. :
Fancy Pineapple '
It is an accepted fact that data, are 1'.
L\NorthMiapli\ Town Lots Mr.. Dukane -Yj/ung Mr. Ilomewood ,thieves. There is one out_ iri Pennsylvania I Before placing your order for Smooth;. ,
about as smar t a maiiaayou'llflridinra Cayenne or Abbaka plants fort.,
x journey' *. however, that Is the feline thief prices delivered.- State :-Ad- :{
M day's ; excellence:, 'She .steals'' writ t
f<. Ranging m Price From '$3O to '$,J 50.| Mr. GasweliySo'' ? par comes in her ;way. Not anythingthat long ago: i dress River-Fla.Crescent' Pinery, l dian ,' u'
133
"Yes 'I He giye'eiHc
sir. | can ;>> > pointson
her owner, while at the dinner table
>A Selected'JList; bf Bay Biscayne; Property | how to rxin newspapers.:* .* '
I heard 8tfang bumping on the stairs.Vhen .
t:, Fruit Tr cts and Cheap.Larul
;:?f! \k, 1\[\ '' v NO.-I Phosphate L nds.Choice "But n mewood also knows how to !'\was' comintr downstairs holding the Home-Seekers .: .
I Ii. rhn a hotel ami a railroad, and besides, : '
.' chain ofa gold watch in her:mout'hi J
i. Property of Every Description be can tie.hi i. own four-in-hand 'scarf.; 'and letting.the watch drag from stair REAL ESTATE V .EXCHANGE. .

/ : MOSTDE! \ BLE LOCATIO$i :ON BOTH'THE EAST ND -:Pittsburgh j ChronicleTelegraph'Kot ko I stair. It does not seemto; be a deV '" .... i iExhaBging f .

: : '' xL Old ,fcire to appropriate thing 'to eat which'actuates '. : ?
i I vEs'r'chAST J.1 / Quite That. "
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\ this cat; .out
\ 3l'ysBos nrederring'toBoetonharbor -' queer simply the Property ,for Properly a -

: \ '. \\ 'A:= :VVad en, % where' the tea was' thrown over- wish to1 steal aomethi. She is an eel pA ia1ty., Send 'Description otJ what f s
centric creature wi alani1 chooses
. \ marltfo5 \ Miami.I'l.a.. \boardYou mustbe sure to see the \' you have and what you want '
her ) J
I 'resting- kittens.She'h
\ .. I s Jot where the f alnoua Boston.tea party queer places lorj .
.5 iS gook place before you leave town. .three, ami one day'they' disap-' MltiABAB., lIn>IA.! RITZ FLOBID tl. 1
. I .. pcared. No qJ /yearned' whore they -
.' \ Mr. Chicago (whoever would read C, C-CARROLL. :
\ lilstory)-I certainly, wilL Did you at-, were :until the following Sunday, when Qet..164!.Is Real Estate Agen" 1 F p
the. cat's owner, on preparing to !
tenM that parity*' \ : golto
J \ j : ,And,all the ''rest 'of, the evening'he church, found th 'Iittie animals snug t ,
: : ly1 ensconced in the crown of bianewialk ; 'PAINT.SHdp
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wondered wh she,treated him so coldly hat- MIAMI I
Chicago'ChronicejI
1 \ 1 ,-N. Y'-Jodrnal.' : ( 1 .
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.1 \ y At the Peat Office Window. \ 1 I:. / A Miracle. ; ; TJwWEAYER, PROPR.House : l
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.L : q ') .."Please dive me ten c i1 s'worf of stamps,V. !("Our minister is'a'wonderful ma.-n. Sign. and '
j (, Said she. wth-treridatton| : \ (("What has he,done?". 'J [ : Carriage ,

\ ; t. "All right, my 'Fhlld-the.! stamp clerk. \ ",', onverted a'member. of\1tbe"chow"Joumal. i \i.

smiled ; _
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1J 1-" That great big word, the little miss lllaop,Talk. 1' I Painting a
I lp But for a moment daunted- riend (calling on dentist)-My headaches .
\ ":MY mamma is a M fodl! -:" :
she wanted." i terrL ly. 1H -
SS 1 deBS 'at's what '
\' .... t S _ C, -L. A. W.'BuUet Dentistlabsentmindedly>'-Why Decorative Wall Paper Hanging a spec' =' '-:, '
1 S 5__ lo don't you have it filled? Harlem Life. .'.ialtr. Graining, Hardwood'Finish-
to< Sh WHERE IGXORANCK, ETC/ ., .ing and Kalsomiiifir. All 'work
5 !;I ,, 11" : ..1ry 1 They Never speak;!:!' guaranteed. Best of refer- .f !>

-- T \They never speak.as they >pas> by,j, -. encee will be glen ,
) -, I noted this and wondered why; f, Ave. D and 9th 8V MIAMI.. FLA., r "'
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.; :But to me now the truth baa COm --'
\ yZ3 diV It Is because they're deaf iIr 7m y 7-lj-W .
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0 TAJXr IC LOCATEDVONS .i,
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) We llannfsctnn all BISCAYNE, ; BAY U

1 /"' : kind. tad sizes' of Five mile south of, MUmu:, .. 1

The oldest.and largest hotel! -
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SATO. COMFORT QUICK ''TIHELOff! \ RATES Cyprus) .i1'I 'on.the Bay. Headquarters f ,tI : If

Ib V _' :for the Biscayne Bay, Yacht. I t
Finttt Cuisine andServye. No Transfer Between Jack nt112eandMufrork: OJ u b'.. :.... :&j

I .-I i The Fleet is Composed_of the Following Baadsome! New teal steamers: >! Talks. Dafly Steam Launch CO DeCUon.Wlth'Yid ] ?
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5/ Comanche ',(new), i Algonquin-j Iroquois, i 'Cher teas r Seminole 1If Bates. ;$2.00 Per Day and Upward!'

., '/ / f 1- I 1: Special Batee by the Week.V .

f ;NORTHBOUND. \ "G. 111. DAVIS R'';\!.SON .S
S a. : !\ ClAS: PEACOCK t SON Proprietors
-I 7. Steam > according to the tfde./ !, I I i... t.
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From''Jacksonville. Fla., ," (.callPug.tcharleeton), Sunday TuesJtr* and Thur daYl. i\/Miss: S.-Don't. .youthink it a pity t Palatka, PWrite 1a. COCOANUT GROVE, FLA.I . .
From Charleston:& C., f -\ Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ,
I .bat -
T some people are so dreadfully '
For hours bailing. see,"Clyde LlDe': .'.S nednie I, or.Jackgonrllle: and. Charleston.daily paperl: homely: ? I for CaUlogue. 1-24-3-24-pd ..Open All the Tear., "l-t-i., t

t i '\PsbUTU-BOUND. / Mr.' W.-Yes, ,indeed! But then< they:
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Steamers are appointed to sail 1 from' Pier'f 29'',East R1ve f\, Hew v *York, at i 3 p. m., as follows:/ i We very seldom ware of the fret.' :

For Charleston 8.C. -/j\ .. /. ; .U- Jrtondays,Wednesdays and Fridays.ForlacksonvtlkFla. Brooklyn Lifer .. 1 'Ehe"pr ntUSy. stem j1.1
and
\ (calling at CbarltstonMondays' Wednesdays FrWayii '
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Boston and Jacksonville-Direct Line; ,( ioaly. ""Of. Mary* little lamb. he wUdj. Passenger
a '"Let not that gutless'child'recite;, 'Perfect' i. ., .m
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1 '. 11 Calling, Charleston; S,C.., both ways. \. : 1STEA.KERS 1\\ Insidiously it oft has led' .Service .
"To 'Curfew shall not ring tb-ntght." Reaching the ,Most ; ant P 1 eo Alabama -:
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aGE6/WCLYDE' 1I I ,
'I ,, AND. DE, WARE" 1\\ Washington Star. : \ )
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l1. ..... { '- Sbutb Carolina Florida Cuba and ..
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.appolntid' I",
{ -4. AtA to call as follows%t 1 I \ '\Vher Reform Berlns.'Josephine :: .,
From oc iot Hoan 8trwC Jacksonville_ r a' Fron Lewis' Wbrf\\iJoston '.
'rr r'BIDAYS 1ft:: \ \' .FRIDAYS r bas an interesting Ll a.- $ovia Scotia

'Cl' \ 4 : ,, ' ': ,ujre to put before :themothers7con- gist sp1'end1d DBTotels: -

7 Eft" ; \\S,,. 'JOHNS' {RI1i.INE. . ess." .--.--.? ,_ r, ; r'"t

i t f tr\ '; t. ; (DE BARY. .LINE) I I'W "Chat is it?" ,- :.J ,;'-: _' '-...
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"Sll rants a InJcompeUlng: everyman ''! i '[ ."_.. =
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l l' 7atonail '.,Palatka Enterprise F/./arnn Intermediate : -- \ "F- ::"
: Sanford .
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who has a son to remember : ,t ;
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the St. Ri ,
: ,"Landings.on. . ., 7ohnst L .er. : J f : hf will probably be some other woman's,, .., ,
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h sDand.-.c Record. *
: earner: WEL'A KAi ;:m:
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: i I, & <" J Chen / ait the Price. ,

\ ," 1., :' l;:i .CAPTAIN W.; 'A.SHAWv4: ;. ', ..",[I '. \ ifeighbor'8)jPret tty DaughterHoW'' .1

reiiackann : ..{. ., Tuesday and-Saturdays at 8:80 mjich'ta this taro? r r
; : mondays
1 ;! ''' ''' .a..rTes -:''' '''' z ; : p.
.Sahfo. /1 m, :j..;... .. .... 1_" ,....:( : and :TLurfdays at 4.00a.lm I' .per's Son (desperate,"spoons"" on. V
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: : \ he .)::-.ooly/one kiss;
omi-c; :PauenueJ' '.T ket 2ti 'West. ', Jacksonville. feighbdr's pretty Daughter It it'lS-
: :(J Office; Bay' Street, '
1 9 . l .take three'yards, and
: :__ 'r '..'_L__!.'"*. L L i -M '- solc&ear/JC

II JN. L. HOWARD. : &..-r. ,; ''i: :,"; F. M. IRONMONGER.. : \JHF.PA4ijACKsoHvn.L ; ; ndina\will.pay y-ou-T-Dublli World.:' .,
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fLA.EOERT.M. r --p i. ) A i 4'V F
n "A Bit of Laee.f : ra
l'T: : _.,. W..\VARBUR I ON; E. P.: A.1CLYDE.' .; .,A. T. M.k\ Tis{ : light and fragOeit.hiq" t'I
r t Ls It row Meocasx/Atw Yoat ; but a ,
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\ .. WM..PLY, .E JtCO.;.GeAg, L, e t ,?.. k.jiI L n-aa\ not designed to stem your grief

{\ ,"I- I Bowlicg! 'Oreen;. New, York\iClty. i"" It So;Del.:;Ate: ...,Philadelphia. : 17tfiaJSouthefnnd .or yet around your throat' to. "cling'
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:ts pats are not plajn to me
know-not what iUname may: be', ,.
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/ u4 still It ia, my firm belief ; -:
Florida R will be a'queen's lace handkerchiefCttlcaga !. '\ Coast Region of Florida.' <
eo -- : Record.,, 'I West .
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\ I ,A Cheap Jag.-n'$ N SirEAMSHIP LINE..
Slle (as: he enters it ttwoana.Youbru :

The St wanee' River: Route. \ e!'; Y u've| been drinking again!. Steamers. ;Plying] :.Be, weel? i\\ :Tampa, Key West, and
/1 Ht tc untangle I\hi*,feet)-
(trying- ? : ,
Pizxx*.Ta 1s-Turie'15; 997a' ,l, Jt'lore; don'chetgr'hic) condemn 'inanhie .' ;Havans, and Between Mobile\ and Port Tainpa., 4 "!-

r "on ( ) '. cir'uinstantialevidence', \I B. W.lwBENN- \j i \ll, H. C.'McFADDEN, ,, -'

j SOUTH BOUND640 -' STATIONS. \ jNORTH BpUND Uw .just .(hlcj-,litany cigar; ,over'a' airit- '. t Paea.Traffic Manager. ., *. ,An't"Gehl... Paa" .,Agt.

L '' Not lam I=Tjr>to-Date. A .' '-, 'f" ;-f i 'sava.nn i _JV 5. ,
0& No 3 Not : : : No 4 NO a ? ',-, Qau '

7 50 r''xi 830 i. x Leave:: !.?...Atlanta.,..;..*...ArrlT< r >t i7 .'.. .' The }Stan (,It. ....* 1 if -
.. w it 40. Arrtve1 -.. J..V. .;Macon:...;:: .-.Leave 4 15 .. ,, : 'Husband in If refuse believe :
you/ o .
t 4,1.r'n U.24 r M 45 A U besve.k. ... .:, acon.r..t..Arr ve 4 811 .195. M 11 00 A li
6 5S 145AMSOD 2O8 r M Arrive,. .....:Cordele.ti..h.Leave 920 V4i.tost.s 828 me. there is nothing more to be said. rf St amsh
8 0"ssa 106; t. 2f 840 :Wi e=I!don't believe a woTd you say. M ; Line.I
10 440' ,.....,a .t.ti'a1d01t1 .:.:.:. .... a w A r ni ? 00 p
then let
band Y talk
ryjweU
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...: ;... 640 635 l.a.., .Jasper' 1002 5.1 .: .
....L;.. 646 7 28 ::., .. ..rlAkeCity r...+. f.i. 9 10 i the', h e'mati over without quarreling 1
900 10 :.. eta 4 .; ,about tt,-:!-De rOit Free Presa., .' .T I! iT. & T.t3.\ 8. COJ,
,.... ... 10 AMj 5 i& r M i.t ave.v.Arrive } r.TiIton.,., ,,....Arrive 1 UIn /> n 11 LY it ..w.a. II
,.:. :,.. 10'T80 800 ?> 7: Way or ii.i.*s..;i Leave &s A 11 40\- ,;.,... :IIommB. Vanity;

7 80 *. M 12 400 15 r *1 .ave...:.... TUtoa.,. ..tli ..>,Arrive U oo n'n 709 7 15 p M .z ::F "I i ever could understand" how people .' Key Wst Fla. D'CT Ne! :;York
..... 900 5 15 Arrive,.," iTIT7A8BALD ..;Leate 1045 A M BOO 'n....t S have the; nerve to !marry again--aSterbeing 'i

1 r M u u r- >eave.. -Vjaldosta.- .-.Arrive ; ,;., 6,80 r N 4 divorced"V 1\ .f'I't"
1149!:' ja halve :: ?) ..: 452 a The magnificent_ steamers of this has are appointed to leave
'1f00ii >r 214 .:. ::r.THOMAavILLIi ."l 'yT .t. .,. 456 245 } ? a "Oh it merely shows,how sure they : :. '

V./.h., tl t A Mill 10 rM880AM ave..,. :. ,.,.Pa tka.:., ,.Arrtre 490AM 4S6 ...:.... are::that the other party was to blame.*? Key West ? Every 'Satup-day :'
.5. 110 r Arrite... ..:Sanford .;,,. eve 1'18 160!| -Chiriago. Journal > *
t : ;.:L. 160 a M .,_;,,;, Orlando'....:.:. 1205'. 1,13 ,r x :.:. ..
,..,. 806 700 L+Ikelsnd...::; 9:30p M 10 41 :.....:.tl Connnblat'A )lysterlesu' arriving 'm]NBW 'YORK 'following Tuesday! Service and accommodations .
. .. 645 800 .:..:.:: 7EO.U SOU ;
:.,.:. ..: itt AS AI348r .....Z.. 1 r a .::... than who is-just married' tells hi* } t strictly ;;
.. ..' ,., M Arr1TO.1. Ormond.f.h Leave 2i5 ,.. .vrife e rerything." (' I: I
:,..:/: ... 890 ,x Afj...r Y r .t:.?",... ;Rookledre.J...,: :. ), ..,.,.i? 1207 1Mi.r....:,.,: " : % ., Brunswick Georgia =J cr-, New York :
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y.. 1105 . ,...... .. .,.. ..WestVPa.. lmvBe ::,Vi-'' .. 500' ,, 'Anc. after he gets better acquainted., ., .
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Operates Pullman BnffeU Sleepers the year round between Jacksonville,Fla]N.and Nashville j i -Ghi ecord; t. \ '
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Via FernandinaF. F. C. A P.By.) and CumberVia :Everett Bail
Teas,; rlaTlftoaonTraintNo .a and 4.1> / : ': Ju: .V '*' -.,. -i'j ( J and''Southern war: ; :

F. direct Operates on Trains Local Sleepers Non.S andi4.x the. 'ear round! between!' Palatka" ,n Fl&' "and" taeon'f* ,' Ga.,""via" G.c 8."&" ; T Be Expected. 1DoNrqu ' Lv. Jacktonville land Roatet'e..............._......>8 IS am, Lv.* laclaonrlll..t.; t ...,.......V.....'...{dD- p-JD '"1
/ ? 4\ .,task; know:Miss Flitter*,"' Lv.. Lv.Fernandlnaj.i...-...........:,f 30pm Lv JtTerett.-.l.L ........140 :AAr. 'f'

Dir. ctLine; ; ,to ..FjtzgeriidlxSQldiers; ; Colony.),v a Tifton;;; the dos i \\g yoJtag bachelor girl?' VV V S niWDauV e'icVpt'sundafii',;: .".,8'30-P?, ],**t :Bmnarfek., .;:.;.......,"..:..........,.7aO pm p'.m

:U"| ;'. -/, \ NASr VltLyE' EXPOSITION "v '' ;Grimbroiherj wNoJ bylt .IV know her Passengers: allowed on board fat-rapper on Thursdays.r' \\r: \ \ . I:;
Low : < he'j:6y', maid mat>.-N.Y> : \ $ PROPOSED 'I
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Rnpa4 00 sate at Icillowlnc very low rater.S I From Palatka:, From 1 ax. "t :
Ten Du .a1:1Il: Thursday ., .. .i, ,:;, |U 00., : 80 ?Truth. Lv.. New York pier 21 II: R..130 Po m. (Standard' Time Y r Lv Brunswick : '
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fwenty Day ,.- M.IVV'T t . ] '* "" 1' rV Fridar.'July. {. . ..r..4..1.1.:..BIO ORANDKl..lt..f _., ... Friday July JI ..
October. 8l aL Umit."it'< ""; z" *UU"\"a"'J'lv*' -:." .-...". -j}< "''':- 04 25..x4 35. "..rr",? 24 r; UOI Frtd.r i\\ :!- > ,. ... ATE OF TEXAS.\:...,... _*,,..;y...-.Friday July 21 s
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Pal I tnformattoaleepiag. car reaerva ona mar*,'eu.'eaD be i.tamed promptlybywrittng; Ration f Egypt isthe h trpductioa"ofinrventions Friday July 30..,|iv..y;..,.y.4COLORADO; .+. ...... -ii..i.-.t..Friday, Aug. 6
or call! cupon: 1. \.., c .' modern and eo venie ices in Friday, Ang,;.;jl. r.c!-.I.v?.'"*,;..".- ....I!fJ K10>UBADN .i..
I 4 t "l HUag" ",IaICHAaD80N'ten.Agt.;; .- that, anc lent land,' the"tramway*** inCairoVar THEMIAMIlCBTEOPOLISr4, ,; i. J R..W. SOUTHWICK, ;.. -

..\ \( | H /: -,\ -,: -pIops Sty: JacksonvilleFla.' ; ; rtm ,electricity,! id a coneesslonM ' 1 'Mi iiiIlorid: : "' R fi'gt. Mtllory I. Line,.Key West, Fla. .

J. (NE; '; ,t L.< 't"V' "' ; Vl\'\ '.G. A MACDONALD', > --; just;be n:gra&tedCf or, a OHAB.DAVIBS, Agent, / :0.. H/ICALLOBY &;CO. V

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: JUDGE'-- JONES'S! ---'---=-T'I',DECISION. ,time-r'r peaks of 1 hi*: decisiorTaa a-"very. At the-Churches- \\ i 1 1FDITYU : : L. : .STURGZS'. ) ,., F

\ .: able"] one. The .AttornW. general l, ., ,. \ 1 '- \
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1"'r.1\ Interpreting. The. Fish Law Enacted By. The however+ intimate!' very strongly that BK.. >'. : J 1' Salllll l or auk(lHarn Shop ] Near m':
\ ' LaitLegUlttnre. ; he dots not consider it incumbent upon 'I A cordial invitation( ; i III : i \) ry y
Paasenger.t
I' Hon.\ 3!;. 5-1 Jones-Judge:. !, ,of the, i himself I or tlje prosecuting attorneys all I to attend till 1It" 'V itoll'at '
.... \ f-\ County, :Courtlof, Brevard coujitytleVcided -, of f the several\ cmintieaj' to enforce.
: \ i a few weeks ago that the' Intent the law very rigidly. "Let Ult reason t() t"tilt"r')' 4 .,
"' (< of;the now,fish| law was Wt to prohibit We append the (letter of' the., Attorney :- jwhtM the 'fault, 14 with ( i I i- 'j, Send. for Price Liiat for. New Work .

the catching] )mullet. .)\at this season , General to the. Gov'ernoif. It is u'i ards' going:down'la '..
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: GEORGE> B. f
of the.year "*in first reading(of Jfudge | follows: drunkards'' hell. It,seems ; BARKER, .
: ; "'Office of the Attorney Gerieral, Tal- father, mother and,the G t-
I. very t lahaWe. and -
: Fla., July 14th, 1 91.-Gov-- Jeweler .
do t forth such .
strained, bu ( not put
,: \ \\\artl'r.\ ernor'' W. D. Bldxham,, Tallahassee: \
tion and reading_ the comments Sir-1 gave the honor to be., in receipt banish! from- this,land the' PPSTOFFICE BUTLDIXO, MIAMI,Fi.&.; '.'\ .
i on his rulingi by; compt taut critic, of the letter of Mr V. U. MdUvaine'of nkelln-es.i"i on the : ; .
and'carE>(nlly attended!> All work gnaranteed. | .
"... ,. '\ve', .are inclined to think\ it was aproper Tampai* Fla.referred'con truct, on :of to theFuller rote ,by you. Christian land!' Your boy A fait line of spectacles and eye glaaaen always pn hand.
one.. lln this' connections i we In" \Uo may be the IIt'Xt.'ict m.
fish relative mullet
law, catching
: w present the following\ letter from Geo. between, certain dates. '1 ... :.1'he.Baptlsi will hold U.
.1: v W. Seobie a>\primjinentxlndtan, 'River ** I do not know'.whether tin* law will pavilion next Sunday.; ( ; Lf< lNG JI
.flsh dealer which i we lip from ,thtFFlorida work injustice upon a certain 'class of I will preach., In the .
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oilr people or not, all is charged; but .
CilizeA t }bf last Friday : I it Mt't"ml1to me thatjthe'\ objei c and intent Jeet will be "The ' .
; "-Editor of the Florida, Citizen :*I beg. of the law is directly expressed and in the evening "The ABOUT SHpES '
...ato hand you inolowd .letter from in its terms, viz.: {That, mullet shall tetire.. It will do your; \ { ,'
;. W,deC. Katenie|,actingUnite4StatesFIaIii ( not* be. caught in the: water. of this hear these two sermons SHOES 'ot SERVICEABLE SHOES
State .between the Uth I of June -
. Conimisfticlner \with. fifty day ,either of them. At'these'
:. together the 15th day of Augiist, and between '
ands, !;
.,.,. ' mullet. ,:;)caugfii on the?,..nlght i of:July the Isth day !of \oven ber and i, pastor will be, glad to INS IN, SHOES BTYLISHSHOES ..
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\ year "provided, 'that this I liw shall
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further affirm'\ the of the qt! inted with hinu An. '
: not be construed \to prohibit the Line? They beautsr:I
: v' lion., \Minor S. oln es. ,i J catching ,of fish in Icast..nets.. or. by \\iil I be given for any who are | i
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;.,. ," ta time, wJw) !i'men, 'clothed, temporarily hook and line." f: [ pared and: wish to do so to e price is rijghtr ;Call "and be : /{
{ ? ; with pov\rUisregard| ail,cnan-v, The special inhibition against' catching th 'hur'h :Think of. :
w' 'nelsof'information and act against all mullet between the latter dates is, thi respect: and delay it AHOTEL con''J'f .

'J-.l t traditions,;,not ,alone: 'of'.experience, in my Inhibition opinion .in embraced addition in to the the former general - 010 Dent.rgecongregations. t. I . BISCAYNE I OK

;,,;. .but ,common, .sense, If is quite' refresh'f dates which prodides against catching : }. .
ing to find one in, the ,person of the "any fish" in the, waters pf thiiltate"within" Vii. Z. church last Sunday ,.

t honorable: JudgeJ- .who' allowed 'common .- as above mentioned.tho.sf!'"periods' lexcept. evening; At the evening. R E L L S: p""t ;L .

,",,' > sense to govern his mind. have read the very (table opinion i of w'a !not room for all. ; I t' .' \
-: "The letter.of theL nltedatates<< Fish Judge Minor S. Jonesj! 'construing1'.this the discourse was the
Commissioner' { 8pJ aks.foritset'z I t ? law,' but.Jcannot agrees\ with. hii view. While in the midst of the :
*United,St: t s'-r10;'' mission of Fish cf the same. I. Mary C. Gardner sang I in, : : Liiiy and Sale StabJe}
and fisheries, 'Washington; D.:C.,,July The,courts having jurisdiction: the live manner,"Where i .
i' offences named Ill, the statute re.enitlt .
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10th, 197.Mr. George. &hobier \ T
: .' t'd to nstrue the)law,And II Boy, To-Night; V At the ,..
< Titusville, Fla>* Dear :Sir: .The mullet render 1 '
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I opinion, in deference to your Starbird abeautiful th street near Avenue D, Miami.
: which you shipped tb' this;office on my sang ? ; . .
....v. r; July 7th arrived yesterday morning its,! Excellency's stibrpidsion. .",of the matter,. There is a,Hand Held ' i I
Horses and to let and for sale.
to 'me, i an answer to th wry Mnlea'
. shows! \, general inquiry made at' this office\ relative gregation f joining in the \ Fine Bred tlorses a ayecialty.. i I"I '. '
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:', 1\ state that.this''. sexually.species? is The'not,,indications now" 'spawning' are I''to, thi4law.1 I >respectfully" .' Title to 'the Punch Teams' Buggy (Teams Work Teams '

1 in your ticinity, and none of the specimens Vf. B.. LAMAR.Atty.lGeir.City r 'Th hearing the '\; :
T c submitted,for;''examination
< f. attain a ripe condition within' 'a period- , : I :\ Council Meeting.. k i istrator of' the. .heirs i of .' -; A
1>' ._ of two months. at least. < : '
> .. ,,' r .- W. Die C. RAVEN coloredpubl Miami Lewis' grant .donation ,
m.oc ELL c school(of havingappeared I ; or ,
*' Commissiouer.'. ages Grocery i
Acting
I "h i' before the city council t 640 was begun \
i Had the request. made to' the,Gov-: before H.. F. } '
quire what the city would) do 'to'a i iin list: morning Street !
: } I em ibr', for a hearing:bn.the:Fuller bill l, : building bf''pnbUct',6chool!, council in chancery, at the ,- J : 12th : ,
_' whicb\was.'made the ,time,,=beeiif
i at after considering the matter & Graham, in this l city. .
\ appropriated '
: '1'irranted\tbose' '. engaged''In: th'el business (- the.sum. of, one.hundred'andfn or grant i is known as BJJ'A\I\ NOW ; '
\ : ,.. here,would I have been able to pro-' fifty dollars: ," < ; Bowl 1 ,t propertyand, !sa, \
3 \ ,iducel 1''evidenV; ,' both United 1 States '. .A:set:of pl4rs'for the white. school I at of, land\ with'a full mile<< OREN
s r j statistics.'AS:well:.as the Senate. : report Miami{ which bad been""f 5prepared.! by It seems that .pr.',Ba i
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'I I ;tofse7.* pages,',9\to, .\ilO, 'followed.,up W.. :'Edwards.' were submitted by,F. in Key (West in 1888, .. s..t.a'.u."if' a IIL ,(3oodbotne-table-boardbytbt
ln week Ot'month.\! iCaisioA r
[\With.prac: ic ,'facts regard to this T. Budge. The'pJansVeVe' 'very'n ,atand''provtding for: sone' time: between :, -
i ')very m rtant questi.. :i for a building to cost and. that his wife. cl1\1 \ and servic flntclalf.Prices .. ,
?" "The fact-that during the closed sea about $. ,soo.; 'After some'\discussio it "'opertf at .that ,time. ". f Moderate '
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T ? .on-Jpne'Ibth.tOAugust; IMhrneitbtr I was decided to'defer' act1on'on the mat% died in \, ,1873, and 'her 'Geo. : on*" , .\ :
,mullet, trout s sheephead,_nor pompano ter untJ1 'the next. meeting. In the Charles Baron, wad her : r
., spawn, makes,.the law i'ry offensive meantime. (|L. White (having 'ap- therefore inherited'her , ,
; ,'one,, if for: nothing.'else\'be it isisaid he claimed fa"Fredk .' "
and '
peare.d. before \the city: .council, ,in te- \ S .Morse : ;
i engagedI i half of the'county comtni sioners! in an til theHime of his death ,. ,, ... :. .
I \ ) that etfortxto. arrange' for criminals coi- A. Waddell, .is. 'the :
\ their;'interest 'is set:aside. for:'some piece. Baron.
victed before the the
justice of ,
.. 'snobbish motive and }thejrommercialvalue l lI In Mrs ESTATE! ;
l' after; an ;,eloquent appeal by Mr. 1869, ,Mary :
of,the,}fishing industries killed to 'Whit.the ."request*was granted wjth i the land, from-Harriet, .
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1 please/come1' interest )better not';men.. the,i understanding' "b.t such permission i rived<< :pn \the! Bay in p i' .f.e I ;

I tioned'attthstlme..' .1. \ ,.be revoked 'whenever flack and has esjded at the ami, Dade so4i: Florida.:l 'j\. -a A*
'il/thep,'can bhrin* the fisherman thil Miami,rig e << l J-
f .of, or .other,reason i ,
spacts! any ..
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possession "
Inelinedto : and .
\ for,feeling! disregard, a law arrangement ball' prove lmpracticabie'or exercised : / "
1 .which 'he, ,knows,is.surdop'; |ts faceto underairable..: | the, property .and has, b I FOR' LANDS. ..... ,OF :4
stop:fishing to give: .the fish a chance :The 1 .., to:;spawn- when the: /act'is: the:spawning todraw',,'anNordinance,ta: pre- 1 I About;t"two years ago FloridaEiist- st Railway .Co., 1J.

\ season/was. .over. 'before. ,the- 'bill was. rents scorching andxreckless: .riding I 1by' 'suit f through; :h r'fati Florida Coat Line Canal! } and, Trans. -Co., '

-'t' i j passed?, I *f: ; bicyclists, and also, :an ordinance\1 Graham, to quietand: ,,, Boston and Florida< .Atlantic Coast ,Land Co. '
\ ''jI ain,satjsfiedto'place, he:tJ.$ Fish Crea lIt the,;office of ,superintendent, her land 'I Then .D. L- I .1, ,.' '. '"

Commissionlreport. .J>before; the;people of.cemetery "and ''providingXplans' for ritu9vll.le\ss:| ,'attorney ; .. >!( '
''xof FJoridtff9r''ltDears; \ what J I "" Waddell, .administrator ': "
: jont ceme .
management of the city ri. .i
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: eafd:''irNtbe;Citizen 'jvhilt' the. senate 'Council'l 'then adjourned estate, denied the title'of : U' R' N; J'r'U' RJ E'
> j '4ss;'iaae Slb) -that it\; w.as, cruel, I, : Wednesday.night.' | 'and the'case halt been .. \ \ : <
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ylcioni;and ,criminal carelessness :for .. slowlyever..s1nce.: : \ 1"I' :
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''t \ anyone 'manor; .set 6tf ;IJU n.to. pass a 1 Last October ,Mr. \

1\-\ i\ law on a question: which they knew' \." i A"'','Miami'c' o Industry/I c gent, entered'upon ft hj : < !I. ::Cheap heap.l.l

., absolutely nothing t and ' i toseekadvicefromjanauthorii \ ' strument manufacturerswhose. :;establishment all the.time!.since,. tbtis, t f
ty. Hke-ttie UfSTEisb:Commission; and' is located,o -' bE"f front in puss >i ioniofMrs'Ilr:: ;( ,c : ) ;
r i. only.,lor the manly 'and'just position STorth:Miami, fin'ishe'd 4heir first banjo eessioirand ownership ha \ Oin ,Furniture on,. easy payments Come and J"

taken:by.the_lI&DJ'ildgeJp\ es poverty Saturday:\ The instrument is made of puted foKmore_ 'than\t\\ t> ; . in the store' : 'i" i. ..j:
J see me new\ ( on :
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\ and necessity would nfrw prevail; crab wood and is far- superior to the$30 13nl'i ses:W .re'.lh : ,.' : , .

but alkiJ t to.|his intervention,- our: instruments i"that' are, 'on sale.{liu, .:the sides and/ tbeNtestimony, ., '12th'''.Street.' ", :/" .. !:1.!
;vicinity-" that of others equally s'o-: :is leading music ) ous s:. The firm, hasseveral Woos. Its'taking'! .'occ

\ ,blessed, with,, 'at' successful'\' season .of,. ,instruments engaged.:The first three.full days .\ : .< EDWIN NE'LSON. 44

: ,fishing:; Yi ir4iulyi),] :'.. was sold) to A'. E., WaddeI. ) ,tbe real. .estate --r- .:*}
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I .t: t px 'GEORGE V:. S OBIL, map.j/Some'ten tanjos.have: been x Preachiajby . ._' -
\ ": ittisviilFIatJulyl5.1. ; finished heyaremadeftomdiferentkinds : W.,,.Ei_ Bogg'sF1X: L..'\| \ . .r : 5
,On;the:-other hand Governor Blozhatn ,native. ,,hammock :woods;:,and cellor of 'the lJniversit l. :r ; .:..: .f ;4.

baying asked for,an on are handsomely / will 'at\the* .
i } opinion very.. -g,rained.: / ,! preaoh :9.i: ;, '10 .. \ '
; I the.Fuller fish law from ,the AttorneyGeneral '. ,; I EpiscapaiGhurc; .Water.' ....> f Et.rders : Filled i)] .
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Promptly .
\ official : "r i : ,
the, .last mentioned ,o ,dnottier.boatload of"Bananas;20 and" morning. atwit'"o'' .1 lock:: : ;

'.I doe not agree,with'Judge Jones's in* 25 centa:a bunch at Greer'a. t e' . : pre (!h in lite \ .Ice, Co..,:S/N.... ,. Gladwih,.'Mang'r.M =
'(:erpretation the iaiv )nj.at'the Game : J ojclock.\ ' -. .
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