Title: The Miami metropolis
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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 30, 1897
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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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: VID00568
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
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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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anyisociety-evenfa church!or lodge came down 0 the excirsion and intends 5 l'1ts at Gr..r'Sr r' ;2t have 'never visited.the city.. Almost was on the wrecked trai ;'Iut Tuesday =t

a' r. ''meetings banquetffftt, "anniversaries; _'Sac events'are, .c lbration'f re*; to locate in this ';city or vicinity.He . W. S.,Thomas, the energetic Citizen, all pronounce themselves,'surprised at night and arrived; at Miami ,Wednes x

;, ,,; quenlty ''of:a.private nature and the dt\ thinks of, b.yinK latu d and may a so ('orreponllent.llat: iliami, ,, spent laU the large number and the very substan- day.He. informs us that he-\baa a 1Ia"'g '

:\ '.f' tendance it limited too\members only, or, start a drug at reo -. I Sunday at Pablo .Beach.;: Ills father tial! character of our:, business blocks ,contract'of work for the railway' ";..
:-. 1 invited guests\, Hfnfe the MTSTEOPOUS I I and the vast amount of street ,paving Company' at Modelo. ,.'\" i .
John Southern and, other relatives came down on.the vt1
; i 'd': representative.tsno' always 'Idfcfe to report 1 PCoffi I, editor ,of the } *
nt "occ,erre, nc.el.''' If the secretary Real Estat and'Financii1Journal, excursion( ; Weduesaay: night and' are ,which has already'n done\ Best.. Mocha'and, Java Coffeesl-'ib. !fp

-, .. ofsvch ,'!rJttl.Jlgpr; any :other person of Atlanta, Ga : who been in t ecity inspecting the ''conntf'y/with: view. of A on' the fine bicycle! ID Goodrich 4 cans 40 cts.'.,"at :.N. GaO ie 's.-,23j-tf .'
guess "
; will furnish us,with a report it will be'appreciatednot'only "4* ti'-f
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here permanently.
left locating
'several d week, & Bryan's window for dollar -
j ,by us but will be, H bt ffr \ : eyery 1 Captain Nathan Saunders! a promi-jj: L*'
-J: r .' read with" interest by "our' ',,local tub' .home this moe inJ' John) C. Rice, ;and family of Cocoa-I 2.-purchase.( '.*, 1, 2t neut-citiien of Eden, Fla.,died at that jf* 1 {M

j :. writer- L |\ ; "- .. )V.' V. weav of ands A. Li t- nut ....Grove. returned bn Wednesday,, ''TheCdance and ice cream; social 1 glveobj point last ;Monday He-'wu a'8ge'a X

iugstooe of Ma ison, F a:, and C; *' night from a few' .weeks' "isit among the: ladies of Episcopal: 'church. .gentleman' and had 'been' ;engaged in, > 4j|*

i "MIAMIIMINeE\MEAT.II I !BenhamofEva; niJld."are\ a jolly relatives at Francs;.-Flglida.hey, upon the veranda of the Royal Palm 'the'fish business on a large scale.: The t f!

"" t ..;' >' 'trio,who are: !pectin \ the city and went down to CoooautGroveyester- Tuesday night was; a' most brilliant af- cause :of death was appendicitis or inflammation , -'.

i .:if: -1 .. \ pre guest a 'tb 31iam :1 I t'+ day.:, Mrl\\ :Rice :was-quite ill, but 'wfr air. There were .a large number-- of of the' veriform appendix.' t

.. 'iluy 1Iiio,' Misftllaitoos"I Miami[ l Mitters Mrs, Julia I Tutti' 'who has ben trust the Bay Biscayne' climate.will" visitors present'-ffOD .oo Palm 8. G. Wbriey, a skillful'surgeon of $t. .

.M Modesuy"Iieutiooe& absent from the city for about two soon restore her health l completely. The east ''veranda'of"' the furnishes Augustine,was, bastily'lummoned'l"ito ,
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weeks visiting Washington,New York, Best California I.1:Apricots' 8-pound. a"mignIfl'ceniw dancing pavilion: p'perform=aii'operation. He arrived + ..aaeon >

".. '1 1 V i< \ Clevelaod' other titles! on businessmatters can 20 cents, at,TV KiGautier's. 23jtfJ. The proceeds!Jif,the'evening' were over aii possible and operated ins very.. .
: cr. Samuel fUr.'a, < was to
ii back toorrow vice By
West via Steamer on Wednesday night.t .\ ., expected Y R. Parrott, ,president; of the '
,: >4 night.Y. :Florida.East Coast 'Railway Co., 'left was superior to any1 that_we have sampled prove successful: general peritonitis
10'tib, rl 'Gaillard; w bii'now locatedat ,* thia summer.: ., bav.rDI'S47t; in. We are informed, bpw- '
Jacksonville for ew York last Fri-
Industrial '
Titusville,spent last:Sunday in the \ S. Wagstatfrl'pr enting. Th'eTimes ever tbat the diagnosis wasentirey rl
' Florida the 9o thern Tourist day to confer withllr.: Flagler. It is -Union of a few days'
and
ago
t' ; .
city- t .. Ie' '. correct! ,Two seeds'and a small
' : guava
<"' I t "r eP P\severl days in the city! last week reported that Mr.:. ,JFarrott.will take, .a said ,that.,S. K: Richmqnd, of Cutler i "
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Geo E. and Hiss K.S.Pace'if,Starke piece oat o'ster..sbeU were found in the
few days recreation while in the north
and James Ormondfaadb ;
for trade : Carlisle, of
'hiamifot soliciting patronage editionf ; and"these were >
: are at the'fpopular ..a' few vermiform .appendix
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''daY8 ... ..,.. :his journal, He. is_ canvassing' and will' not get back to|Jacksonville ee appointed! notaries public for the what caused tbe inflammation and re- r
+f' 'Coeoanut, y until about.th15SMdle of!next mouth., State of Floridajt : TbejFJorda .
.' \ ... .Robt;:B. Volseley Ddj. H;.Young, ).' Grove.. ?: .. .. : :.large. suited in death "" 4
s ",, two commercial Jacksonville I sewer" '' Cnarle/B: : GaTthside-cashierof the i.i Citizen i of '" t "; -
' tnen.trom/ ; /The and water pipesare now : and3emeiCarmetlwere Twenty-five'' cents' *
j were in they city ; all dO :nth ,''that Bank''' of ,Bay Biscayne, expects .toleave'here J. H.13iehardd 'b&tbing'u '
yesterday."f 'I I street and splendid : tbe gentlemen appoiniedUWe.ip and. bath at Frohawk's pavilion; only
morrow
\ % is smoothed t on a month's va- 15 cents if have yoorown-sult.' ,
thorobgh/are you. .
being
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r-C.Garvin Gilmain has left ..Key West ttie intention 'to .
most sume \ was inform usthiE
cation. He will spend : of his
> 23jol.1.tf' i
, down and robed It will dot'be 'f
probably
,._ I 'and gone |north :.He%>made, many ; : S. H. lJichmoDdr of ',Cutlery and
'' time in New, -,,ork State and1 New .
j ;.t friends'in the Island City. 'necessary1 to' ear i it tip again forminy.years James ,Prof.,B.E'.,Rose,;:the great"y'loridi: '
have
; ' : \ Jersey. Will he have agood] time! CarnelljOf Ormond"' ben
"f"- ,to coni\- 1 i, notaries. expert on sugar culture; came. <<, down on', '
\ :C.' Dearborn. of'.Cocoanut Grove 'i \ r Well, we', should. smile! \Here's4est. appointed the excursion wlih'z ;-/"'
: Wednesday night
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: I i' !,!is.i. the CI r'>b Wednesday.cand ,A. Livingston oft/Maaison; Florida, wishes, Charles, for a good""tim ..,and Give>yourself, a' bath at'Frohawk's' Senors'F.:Sanchez and Juan Lc'Mon-t;; 't :'
most : >
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again yesterday,on business. one the ,prominent, businessmen safe return. 0'y.' ', bathingpavilion, 8th street and Bay ..
: ""', 1',. down ": tatio, two wealthy'Cuban'sugar, plant- :
came i
ty
:of/big) on the'ezcnrsion'.and Boulevard_ '23july-tf ;
I F.:'!.dui er/ al| resident oftler, ; '/' ett again') ),;morning. ,Sauer Kraut 3-pound .bs. 2'for 25 ejs.fThey .were .incited to. .inspect. : .,.: .
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who bas' a fine,: claim on jtbe: Perrine pronouncedhimself/Wuch. ;pleased cents, at T. N. Gautier's., ]L,23july-tf. Herman Santee, who has charge lot his. section by ,J.-E. t }., . :
: 'Grant was in the city yesterday' ( -* the .cODstr cti o' of the'water worbta'dpipej commissioner.. 'of the'Florida East Coast* ;:
yI w tb-o"urDtaq't city:;; 5' l XSj. Capt. Fozzard expected ,to leave: t .- r
'?"):.. Tt .t. *teamerBis- ; has engaged with him upon Railway Company.w' they'can,.find.a; t ,
Jacksonville dth.tho j .
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: Arnold : ; .new : .
James of ,Rockledgorie( of Gutier' + ,
I I \ :.JiRichmondot_; ; W as inthe and full /merchandise ,the work seven practical.boUer makers sultablebody! of land !of sufficient'area,:\;
-. Id "Indian [ cane arne a cargo .
.
our ? 'Itri..di/!! ; city" yiHte dap exacta tag hie ,bond whom he brougb'withhint1rom' '
... dowii the' exchrslon.He likes ; for Miami on Wednesdayt'nIght.! Itb' tquIt ;their purpose they may''pur.;, 4...., .? :
on as notarybj { accompanied east. He also requires the,) eerafcea"bfseven ha&ean .
publipt/i"Ie.waa ;: make .J largesugar'and tobacco
.. .Miami. Y ; l left; the time! he 'eipected'he, xa .:
.
V.4 John'A.ddlsorioe tbeoldes serf laborers: When completed the '' '

:W.'at:?Metcairt-EsqM' : of Weatl'PalmBeach' |; ;lers'.Qn 1B.t8..ca'De..: Bay ,who+ acted r a :I is\due.toarrive'lel\will be.here operated, to-night.:! ..TheBiscay standpipe will. 'be "constructed;!..of 2-i Biscayne piantation.. be1bore.letten on the_shores*6f of introf'JBay ,! '... 4$:

; was in', the city from.Wednesday one of his bondsmen, \ ; regularly I sections i :of five .fee td each .
J- < ,
>> section, duction'to'Hon Miatai
1F.; S.:Morse of : '
: night until this ," 41; .betw.een, .lacksonvjtleaud J illtiami'infuture : : ; ; ; ,.
morning on)legal '
LL \ 'W. Marrld'Qt zna M The) workmen are completing the third and S. Hy lc mOd of Cutler.' They' ,
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: business. :f -' t : : Dad? a. bright ,> jf,the ple'give,the -line. a ; :
!
OltrocI'tioi
section today: ;The work of
,' .i' 't : and talented yodng man;Jof good family l fair share ojr\be5r ci spentyesrdayIntheeityfn"charge >i i
.' 'D. StuiteYant Biscayne ;: patronage.. ;
\ "Oct.
;cl(pf will bebompleted'about 1st. "
.
t committed4suidde! >:byl cutting. his ] <, of MrMprse and expected to leave for":; '
;ceased from bit.labonloog 'red. .
enough : Thomas o1z Jj '
Capf.; pksonsonyjlle -
,. ': 'cgmel 1f:tbe city pester iay'to'en, : joy throng'st'acheapti: ; ;.boardrng-house, in ( ..father of,W.-: ..:Thomas. the A., A., 'Boggs;'of Athens Ga./;'has the in, inspection Perrin. of this Cutle morning rand; lands.. on' s
... .... JackutivitJelas grant
+ Bngda bought a fine trict of 80 acres of jand Tt."I
::. :thejighte: : t .' t rovertpand'Ill I' Citizen. co espondetit, came, 'down .,

.' .'i: ;' ';Miss i Effle Goodrich;:.of1 lOrlandoi; avery health prompted the: f Mh : ;' from Jacksonville!' onj 1'\.the ',x uraion... 'partly improved, lying oar 'the :Count] .Light .horse wagon,oil;'cloth top1.<.
\
forlali..loqoire.of.A.: GOODWIK.'
r s, pleasant lady, ,wu one ofHthe.ex- :George oltFriar.came into town. ,yesterday ,Mr., Thomas, Sr., is' pratlcal. boat 'road north 'of Cutler'Tbpnrcbasewas t r ?.

\ \ .eu( ol.ists! wb9 Wiped to brighten..our. .to u eel; rs 'many.fnendsifrdmMiddlti .builder'iind, ,* thinks very strongly of made through; the lion.F: .: S. 23july-tfj; -v y

j eityyeste. day. )' ."' '' .Florida( whq camedowpj: i.tbf;' startingVboat yard if'' '\lhe| can secure a Morse. We"' do,; riotknow. that we are t some of :the. 'plans for.fitting_up, the.. t

.* x \.1 : :L. E. 'Robertson of Jasper; and H. excursion and f bad a jolly I : timeVdining t pro; location, i in the .iclty.or\ I yicinity.Wetrusthewill at liberty. tohoethenamef' tbe two blocks in front'of' the B pyal Palm,
with / Motet Miami \ vendor or the'price,just yet, buts. this{ b twe o':1tb: and 14th streets and the i..
'Martin:of Jacksonville'are j two'pleasant ) them attic ; seeing > : succeed' iu' doing. :.so, .
J\ excursionists r : : the sights and owing them about theci1Pe and asthislotwithus; { -"I! :. much we can saii. Mr:Boggs hu'ic-_ Bo l v.rct''Dd"Ave. B_ have become ;y4
registered
who at .
are dV, *| i property ver'y know l'io the
fine
and
$ \ |t. quired a ; cbeap: MXTBOPOLIS,daring 'the.
't, ,:the. Hotel Mlam ," 1 4,1 Canned Meats and Vegetables, fresh' ; ,
-- '\ auderstab .. ,, has 'exhibited'excellent. judgment in 1 past week.. These1 blocks tOetber are.
''
\ } A'nue'O "
i Watch ,that; : will i a.T. ..N. Gautier's., f. A .
.; rThere will he. pne.mile bi- '' I.' making his selection He wU'-llrob 660 in size .
be'the'next street / J ,' T. , by 750 feet ipcludlng Palm ;
paved as sooa
the
1 cycle"racevbetween!O.: M. Jones. and.J.PvPC re-paying\ of 12th. street. if as The:Baptist services, both morninganti bly make. another, purchase.) 4 avenue'eo feet wide and 650 Feet ,long.:
i cotnplete.:
.: I.; ve / ;'.evening .
morrow
< evenirigVat.the
i tri : Presbyterian pavilion Epos them is being planted 'cocoanut j
ins 'i After that 14th.i. rest will'probably' f' + . This 'is,!to' certify that''I have withdrawn ..

'. j between,5. 6.o'clock., : [ : taken in"',,hand, and then; venue last:Sunday, Cc.0.djcte4Jb1tt? ,,: my interest in the firm of,John trees some of wht'fere in.full bearing """

1\4\ ;J.; ,E.j f. In graham;.: vice-president,of. from"l2"th; street ,north. toT.the:' *" ""*'ty: i !.'Bell,:.were ; *!liattepdedand; jerr; Sewell & Co., S. Roexlo ivza.23jufy13aog. : ... before transplanting, 20 feet ipai t...

I\' the Fort.Dallas Land. ,Co.;.was:.slight ..limits. 1'1' .. .,,, .-.' '''. ,,, interesting. ItitheeveningMl'esLabs, .; *. each way.: TJo set out tbese.two.blook. -_
ly ill last Saturday i and Sunday;but_is I ' ? It ':C.' DPBogory'sangr' "Not;,Halt Has: Ever \"< "Lovett will. require,about.1,200 trees .On!. Dr. ,
nowentirely wellagain.'j] : : ]: A letter Ironf4 De of .the.Un ci"rtu-, Beeq. ,'Bold" ..In. l:beautiful' .manner! Major Loyett,' of &. Laws,, Sweeting's place on'Elliott's key 2/fIJ' t r,
\ 1 .oates" submitted Was 'r who,instill,, agentleman:;; ofthe road, Jnumber
Palm forpuol/cation Miss Map 1 eBogory, assisted ..
: I: rluid' bud, byd'Mr trees were purchased.-.- With! the large' ,
ginger formerly: Vest I ; i .tr teUng about the State constantly.Hers }
: this we kl.i''iet. tfully_ I J pub'lica-!' ; ., -E: If? yoring, 'o( Rio; St, Lncie, of.cocoannt reel set, out this
.
l Beach and later of]-Miami.. is J now esn alwaysiayingi good word for '
'I itabUshedin the mercantile' business ben fit':cou.Id:raccrne, "f rom ;i'ts' sweetly,sa"Raise! :Me,7Jesa5. to Thy\ Miami. He is'typical walking advertisement summer. ,on tb' Royal .Palm ;g oon4S : .sue

.},rIdge street, Jackspnville.. t .* < do 'and, much narmvmightOresult' ,!Jos 4 \:'. .. ....f.,;:-.; . for.our: city, and what be and Residence b will'beset out on the '
Besides tbbord'eof
.it ;is,:a i ittle'on .\ ii-o' '
r- 1 -* Jon; Frank U;:par) tf.S..iistricAttorney t blocks it.-is not'out.. of !; .,
i iaY8'aiways gQ .
\ ; He has a reputation
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\ : lR..Jennings of JenningeFla: hbelous : i
1J [ ] ,. t1ii { } for the*U.S.,pourti l in the. forweracityand' his ma-noer of telling the wayvto stite .that,2,000, cocoanutstreeif ', ;:

came down on the excursion to inspect' Sa m.ueY'Rhodes,'pne of the oldest:set 'J''ortbejn' District" 'Florida. ,Sr,ll, notbeitalJowed 'about;;the marvelous,metropolis of Bay not-more,_will be transplanted! :.Mn :

"barvelous. Miami and''( the. Bay country, tlers'on;; the B,a'\a :.father f):R Tprth ? *' to serve fbi erraj\which" 'Biscayne'country is so impressive thatit irithin" a..yea z,.. About80 trees per, p \

-9 rj&eiswell ja n.' ,c ,pleased.! with. what; be II :b, .s Cocoanut (tGrov< ; ifcttlement, or'.:$'ew would\ : ot', bavet.ezptredantil'I, '\ 1889 carries conviction with it.. Would week j:fare being,transplanted at" presf'r : ,

.f : a II O.-T. ,.1icCimmot'letherejast ; Biscayne as. he calldit, also i .tb :.creator The-,Presidenthas ;appointed and thSenate that Miami l bad a hundred men of the *. V ':.
t Sat- '
pay visit ; of VBhodes's Roadicb,by he! way (has jconjBrmed j John K.'StripHnxoVIthe same type as,vMajor Lotfet't 'travelingabout :, If bur-'subscribers will .look'at: the ;i"
u dayto to his fathefwhoi '
; ; has proven1: yery'irood road ,"wasl'in _poskitin. !Sojtv I seems the the State date which is a part of the;address on.;...;. " t
,very ill at Rochelle,,Georgia., .; H e their' and will remit if; ',"i;
the city.yesterday joyii th 8Jk;hts. civtl service rule s.are not"to'be strictly paper they are; ,
,
e: pected to be absent a, Cupleof"' k:1Ii : I ;' t 'asur- "Geo.' L. Macdonald, ofrCocoattutGrove inarrears| .it will be* appreciated. ? iJ.

more:." 4 ", : Aitonepter. : ising ;eindea: observed?, WI'thstiridinr\\the has, bee l' ofF on .a' twdweeks'j; Money is bard' to get bold of.atthistseason .

n'H. H/Gle>sonof, 'Eaa'Gallie.'enindiaa" :I. stiortr: : distance;;.pot ,J ipto, the;,Biyxlrom' ahegeofHonSeeretiry; Lyma'n' Gage: .trip of partly pleasure and'partly busi : of the year. t,, ... i,f.,:.1
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> .' .. ...Biter/a.. heavy,:owner of-red 1 I the pufeyard Driy|. It)is joiatedjn ; gS20 cents ggaranteedfreshat, : ness. He'spent a'week hisold; ; home :I ',

eegte in pide/Courity,\came' down on| fronVof4he Hotel:B6yai. Palm fparjl ?. '.:J N.+ "Gautier's" "" ';: \"; ', 'k23jaly-tf4. .- at,Eustis' and was alsolnSt.Augas-::' For Summer. Planting: .; _; .;

.t excursionion l Wednesday night.and, 'sbort "distance.soath ;:of. ltb, street.. Thejybig 'excursion" I't bfV.Wednesdaywl tineseveral days on. businesVconnected i Lewona' ",{ Large and, tbrifty,eao't'. i..,1:

1 the ; i . ," 'i Weun'dfrstand # intended Iprogear'excellentadvertisement': the Land of ibe'F.E. Hsrt'a.Late be,beat.. At bargain. '. t
e trh': -'v ; '. : to ; i i with Department Mandarin I considered AdDummltt' .
thept quality :
: .carload\ 'of'Georgia; "' 'Melons I'at r by pleasure oats_ ponnectedwith.: ; forJli ami. '*ThebTjridreds':| ti "'people i O. ,B. '1V.:!Co Herspent last'Sunday dress F. W;Haxegf; Oat 11'

G'J... 5, and .16 ceuterJ. ;: \ 23J-st,8 ;t botelrsiti, ';.'. =, ''fo: '. . who ivisited, bur,city will! tell_ all about';; .with bis brother Malcolm joy ing.the ,Hlllf; Volusia.County, FJa 28jtfrpp j
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2 '1 \ l THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, JUL1Y 30, 1897.

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I .. LOSTLAMARkS.S Ho For Cocoanut Grove. S Notice of Attachment.In -

fi -: .J1. \ The fast and commodious launch'5 the County Court of the Mate of 'Florida,"In' \F. 'G. & i P.R.R '

They 1 have moved my I I,mother's chair from Ih "I>a lql "'.leaves'Peacock wharf at Co- and''for l>tde Count). ,

L 1 The professionsKOjM. i ', place, ? '\ coam't Grove every morning : except J. E. LcMMt', 1 "

I l Where always: 1 at evening !she !.at. Mintlay.at ? o'clock, foe Miami, arriving S Y'L [Attachment. Shortest Line'e Florida and- all

0 : And t IOllgh It 11fad aii1 *'tltll. and old, at foot of AVenue I> 'at 9 o'clock] nEeLFVISit. .andlt.L.UAvNIE. J \ I .

'I drr: I T pre \\:aIev.ta:. iluir like that: ;. "- Jt \'ingl Miami for Cocoanut. Grove at To tieoB. Blevlo and 11. L Hajnie, defend.' S Northern Points. . !.
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Jf ", .r v. And alt eentlJee'HerwWlUng \'frt !Seem to"eel\ 10 :-JO a. m. Fare '25 cents each way!, ants! In abote'entitled-milt. and all other pe \: Everett, Savannah* Augusta Ga, Columbia >.1 ... -

I there nt''lth a smile for me \ Will make special (trips, returning to tout Interested \ Washington, Baltimore,. ,_., ) .
', Miami in th? evening for accommodation . x '
rioaked for the utand where her RllIl..lahl-\ I, \ You a'rt" hereby: notlfle.l( that a writ of Mtarhment ,- I I Philadelphia New York. ,. ..} __
!' of parties, at reasonable rates. j ..!
: ROBBI.VSVALTKB: S.GRAHAM, very i Boston and the f -
; has been Issued and
counsel kniHt-I- \ agaln-it: you -your property
1 t.* F' S /St5ut r her hope\an her Go down and at -
spend a day or two
: .. It stooil In the attlc'jiist' Iwok of th -'door, \ Jocoanut Grove the place on to satisfy the demand J. K.j!, Lninlnu" East. St
prettiest to .tuodolUrfahd twent; .two Everett Maeon, Atlanta Chattanooga ,
BOBBINS IAn the Bible was cO ertklMlth dust.' amounting !sjxty > ,
& GRAH MCO'I; S { the Bay. Spend adayatthelmoupeikel'e 'si i Na-hvlllt. Louisville,Cincinnati and Chicago., ; -
1 the wttl'.ereaiitI cent Now, iHilesn! you.shall aPllt'lir }iefore the i
thought of hands I
blown
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Ot'k Inn and see tfiea\enue-of roy Enn'''. Birinluvoam. Holly-Spring.: Mem"a:-, t
( S _. J iS i-\\ \< 1 k 'It'd the Pai4' nhe? bad fobleif down al palms l., clumps of; giant bambooHand: Court In !said suit and plead or demur totheidei \ phis.Little Rock; ; KansaaCltyiSWlouU S Chita-.... ''1' I
theUDkrfs in
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: i /'' r.lUoli filed therein at ollw: : : goSIouxtiy. '-v St SS
meyt"S ; & Therotlin whereMie died,wan emii'qi and bare,. many other jttteresting sights in the I.JUI"'I.hl; County awl !staleon the Rule Day In' Hirer Juiwilos Pnsaeo1., Mobile,.Kew Orleans. . .'

'Jf Ami echoed hact only:niy iiirh; \ vicinity! :. .. tf. '(kt.d>er:, A. 1) b17.-I'I"IIIr! : tIe 4th ,d-tyof said: Coart. Texa\Mexlro, California. 'tha Pacific 6 ,. S
& Jit AM I AbE COUNTY, FLORIDA : -- ii. r \ S a
But I know' that In lieatvn she FoVKs me yet, I'
; For Sale Perrine Grant: month,a default wilt be entered against you In EFFECTIVE MAY 10,. 189T. ,
i .S',Vli' practice In ato courts'state and 'Federal *'or mother love ne\'er ran die. \ ," on duecotirse and application will be made to thecourt New YORK Exraaas No. 38, Leave Jacksonville
: SpcilAl rfUHie for ex.mLnIngandpeketIiig Amlll turned away vlith dreary' chill-,i { Forty acres land with 100 trees of for Anal'Judgment, and >our property willIe *:13 a. u'., with Througb Pullman Sleep-:

I-S r Land Titles. We have the cnly complete There wai nothing left but the grave 611 Ih\lIlt \ariousarieiiesof. /hut and bvanng *, sold to pay the debt. . S era for t # abxtraet book roverltl&: South Dade bounty 1 Fine Mew of) Bay Apply to John, timore. FhiUdelpbla. New lorkand all Easternpoints. f
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.. \ Dated thUlHt day of July. 1897. Connects Joe Fernaadloa. Return
and from the clerk ol ,
i recclvedafly, reports t 'i. tit xA.F.OUIMBY 1
i' ':. tbe Circuit, Court at' Juno.fthowlug all land \\ A Two-Acre Crop Report.Front Lo\ett, Cutler or' E..C. Harrington, Tr.Iiin.r. reaches Jacksonville <4 HOn. m. ,
\ Cocoanut GrI vt". \ :2-17-tf-Hp ": NKW YnggFArT MAIL No. 3GLeaie'JactI. f'tKJlnllle
..t.trauAf," AU the certified Abntracw Title \' I ULJ Cierlof Court. .
[ .County '
the $4I. _ 2:00 aally.for tame poInt. north.. .' J
Miami Tropical r m-
i for South D* le county, are made at our I \ -+1 -- ( \ .
office 1-tf.hfi \ Lake Worth Fro'nt'lor \\\SA.XDKB-J4-ATKINSOX.: > S Carries Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New-
1'h 1'lace tljename Sale.
ntco'oa ut U i'
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: ork. Return. No. SlartYea JacksonTlltea. tlG .
II I' \ : Attorneys fur 11aID ur. julj !.to-(x.tl .
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j' :/ : '.:. .. >- !f It i iwdl\ to be known',by, fr'omhfi91h": \Twenty-efght! acres,situate two miles \ tn.UllCIXXATlAKDJACKSOXTILU.- 5 5-S

; wu.t..iw KCOTT OOR'OOX' K. BHOOV south of West' Palm Beach, in Section 3of S No. 38. aTi. '. 'I
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roooahui \
: tall, hltl !. rff that rearm) itscrowttabovp atknontllle ian p. m.r vla'ireretl,, Maeon s .
:: SCPTT & BROOME Township, South of Huge 43 East. S .Notice for Publication.LAND tlanta. Chattanooga Connect for UwiavUte.* .! ,
;) . ,. all the. triee, 1\ in th vicinJty Price>SoO per acre. "1 SS \ ; 1II..bvlllliL Louis. Chicago and, all 'Xortnern,_

& ,! ;.A.tt6m.ey-s-a.t-J:... anrf could"oe seen from a great distance :! 18-\ '. BOBBINS &: URAhIATi.L i, .DFHCK AT GAt-JEfUiLLt* Ei.e. t, and western Qots. Returning wain? Arrive*i'. -.
f : I -S June 1-IIIf1.! i JarksonvillebOa.m. \ ,V : ...
NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE \11 i :any 'dfrec'tioV" 'l'hIl'l"! ison Notice bi berby given thai tbe (following: AaHKViiLt Koim, Tbrough Pullman:Sleepng S
in nilState and 'pdt'li&1 Courts.Collwtkms .! \ : Car 'service lot Cincinnati Via Savannah-
Will
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practice .
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i":: prnmpll atteiuled to. \ {h Ea"t idej u-"t! routh -of iheolditiletand f Notice for Publication. named Bt-ttlerblos.ftled notlee of hi* intention AabetlUe. Hot Springs. KaoxTllle 5-
BIScAXE.i i to'make Dual proof In liJvpor( p'f hIs elaim, and frt the' celebrated .Mountain Country of ..
Is owned Capt.. II. "\t Hammond
OtKIK 0\FK BAVK OK BAV. . LAND OrncK >T OAINE.\'lLJ.I. KLA:I ', North Carolina. Learea Jachsonvthte-70p -
that said proor will be made< before! W. M |p.m.
SI 'f:. U.jlllll"- -tf- ,,- and the trcei.sIlt i i there:. It'ut JII 5- 5 July 19, IS1*?. f Featberly ll.! s. Commissioner af'..Miami.Florl Arrives Cincinnati 7 40 a. in&etsrnb.g.. atrlvesi.ekitunvhlle .\
j S S II Notice I* hereby (then that! the following lUa.nu. .- f \
'Hy.ATKINMN" indUtingiiihable! now;lor many others named settler hasMlled not ire'of his Intentionto ','!Jtr on July 31, Im."Iz, : John B. ..Only line throngs tbe beautiful bill Country
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)- U. T. SAVUKHJ s.* the'', thekIn4 have. growii, up make final proofiu' 1I1.port ol his lalm and McKenzIe of Miami Florida, homestead t'!,. :>4 of Muddle Florida Peusacola. and EaeambNli
leave JacksonvIlle 5:15 No.2
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a. m. by dailys
SANDERS &: A ATKINSON .around iti, and are tallfr\ now than\ i it. that aid proof will up made before W. M. Featlierly for the northwest quarter, Serflon' 3, Township for Lake City Live oak Madison MonUcello,,\ -
: U. $. Commissioner at Miami. Florida M-. outto, Range 41 E. .!- S Tallabaaaee River Junction uaacola,, Mo-
The soil seems to have rt'sheIl \\n jt bile, New Orleans, and tbesoutb'WeatMazSco. ...
law on August :RI, h5t7, \U. Edmund F. 1";" names the following witnesses. to proje -' ,
Counselors at
AllonKB and ) ( ahlforniaand lbs Pacific Coaat. Carrie Sleep-. '
than of the land
most in this' vicinity, hla contlniions residence upon and cultivation ,c
of City\Fl Return ,
t'> Knoales, Lemon : -S 1 Office in Rnom i and 2,' even. on that flide .butl, \ is considered, for the southwest quarter\\of the north of said land vizMlliam : S "S ED. T S
l\ Brick BuIlding, \ Leaver Jacksonville 9:15 a. n. for Starke,
\ Browns '\ J. White of Miami Ma.
west section 24 and south italt northeast
S good land on to )
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very wpicli vegetables Hawthorne Silver Spring. Ocala. Gainesville,
l'I : 2 14 ) HRobetRTay1or--'- . generally,, onsharea ea t. .\ : Edwin"King of Miami, Fla. J I A popka.Orlando*Lacoocbce, Dade City,Plant. 5

., 5- \ ( ever**, season \lor this, purpose He names the following o '*ses to prove Mrs. Edward Illnksan of Miaul. Ha.asjuneSOJnly S CUr. Tampa, Arrive Jacksonville ;15p.m-|

r :, ',' .: Late )lasd Wason\ jfieoi W. Sears ar'.a' ) routlnnoim, resilience upon, ang
.It \ : Frank CortIght5ofManoniascoiirc1 l ot aald land. lit: \ VU Everett.Macon, Atlanta,Chattanooga. -
t'tO'ney-a.t-I.a. S
.; .. ,. : \ Leave Jacknourllle 700p. m., arrive Kaabxville
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j 5- from Edmund F. Knowles of LemonCflyFla. L Notice? Attachment.. r
5 S thi land Captl Hammond and 7 00 Dext i- S
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I 1 MIAMI, FLORIDA. Edmund F. Moffnt, of Leirou CUff Fra. 8:00 ..
/ Nashville arrive-Jaclson
started in ta raise 4 crop of tomato*., In the Couijty Court.,of the Stateof; Florida Leave 'a. jn .. > {
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Garry Nile, of U-mon City. Fla. I. ,Title 8:io next a. miit \
:: Office on Uth'itrel't, next '* ; S and for Dade.County. .
They were at\least\ a month ami a halt1 James Hnbel, ot Lemon City.Fla. \ :15 a m.-Leaves Jacksonville for'.B 1Jo.-
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'S 'Wat n't llb1 wareatore..Z ., 'I ThANK T. BUWIE:, i wick by the CamVerland Route ttteamerandCnotbejland
\ '1.8-tf'\' :\ .' behind the other vegetable', growers inirettinn 23july27ang. J. M. .B:A wo, .Register Sound. '- : t. ."
jjft\ '_____ --j' -. their :land chai4d and their Gro'B BVLK> INS and >AttaihmeBtt 4:;W p. m.-Loral for Everett.. Closeconnection 5
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; \ H.UHAVNIK.. ) S STo ; for. Brunswick. Shortest. and qdIcest
1 R.SImmons: plants. out,,-and were r aici'-'l.t- would. Notice. ('.HO..R..-Rl 'vln aiVd H. L..llavnle., defendant, route. , , ':
t i I not for Xotice is .hereby given that \\J. *. -% the above'entitled r : 6-00 p.Local for Tallahassee rod inurroediate -
k ii" ,. 1Jto.'a very profitablelinvestment\ In e use points. Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 pi m.
S '. ,, tx.cy SUt ::t..a. Jackson, Pr.J. Mills J. B., .Scales, II. -
$ tbem \"ou are hereby notified. that a writ of attach- 9:40 p m -For Tampa and intermediate
1 ., { but thej1ok. (6at.i the plants :;. Potter and B. $. Montgomery and } point. Pullman aleeperi. Arrive Jackson
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,\\1. .1\.1COCOANU.t\ \r men .hal! ,been issued: against you and your7
S . ,,,: GROVE,"FLAl \ and&, :began to PVk'and! : ,shtp as soon, as other residentm of the town;of (Jocoa' property,to satisfy\ the demand of Frank T\ "me Through:35 a. ui.Sleepers for 'Clnrinnatl. via Auevlll f -

S R4idence.!l .' the.crop was ready and kept shipping nut Grove and icinity of Dade county, Budge 'amonntfug' to I9U sow, unless you, w leave Jacksonville at 7.00 m arrives
.Office at .' \14ybI ? "Florida, intend present: to His Honor \ Asheville:4S: p. n>...rrlnsCinc1ooat11.oa.m.: ; .
;4 till the, last lot: hey sent in broilghl Chill appear betrre the Court .|n said suit and<<
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I.ohnm. Broome'Judge' of the 7th Macon Atlanta; two trains daily Leave
; ? j--- ; ,- ": plead or deur to the declaration flIed \
S then, out in debt to .th commission Judicial Circuit of Florida lat' his tliertmn.\\ Jacksonville 8.15a.m. and 7-00 p.l8. { 5
ii. S. \ said Summer to excursion In effect:
Ueo.:.W.Allen. at the Clerra omoe in Juno County an rates points
7..f' merchant and then they stopped.We .- Chambers at Orlando June '
: I Orange county St&te. on the Rule Day In October, 1807. being 1st.Pullman I

-d '" ttre' at' i..wrS rI We, ,,have, been, furnished the figures Florida, on ,the 2nd day of August ihe 4th day of.,salrf month default will be.entered ; Send Sleepers lor Best on Indexed all ni'Township trains.! Map rti of r..

I 'I' everything' connected' vnththe proximo proposed! charter, the object against! youVnJ' .application mill be mad Floridatos ''
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A. O
crop MCDONNELL
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'KEY of which is to J. W. .
Wear, Fth., \ : both createthe' said to the Court lor final Judgment and your property i GenemTaaaenKer AcenurfS. ,.
to and ,4eelpts and
as' expenses Jackson
-Ind the other subscribers to
: State \ > will be-Md to'satisfy the debt PENNINGTON ; 5 5S
the and .
5 Will practicsHn all Courts, I they' show, that 104 'cratP8l of tomatoes said charter and tberf I buccessors in OfT Dated this 2d day ofX" A.D, 1m. .1\ Traffic Manager \:-,
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S Federal.. J-8-tf. .were shipped, including l the-last shipment fice;a b"ody"politic and corporate be \ A.FQtIMBrszA.I \.
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of,15. crates brought noth { .

: \ Dr. Jas! M. Jackson;.'','Jr.. ,Ing. The lull< crates.,\though\the\ \\\\ most, ''I. Church. for the of worship( woanut. of Grove God:,and organized Attorneys !for1, FL&i, tlLjulI\ 5 ,?..'io4wti S .. ., i\\ ?Tq6 Scotchmen( .\ ,

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f .. of them were shipped rather I late in the the promulgation reh lOu trutbas'

T \ MIAMI. season; brought f 231.03.over; and above 'l understood and taught by the denomination '. S Notice;of Attachment.;" TheM are the: men 'for .yoqxto int.rvi.wAEYREPAIRS ...
of Christians known as the ) I
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: FLORIDA freight,and commissions; prates cost ( ; T : \ -1
'l S Presbyterian Church, ,the United ,hq.BA3itVx; j -' \ ,
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libffioe\ :' $32.80 nails-HOc wrapping *if TSAttachment.! .. \ ,' :
S* at Present' ; ; \ per, States:of America. Jj2-Jy30 \ t. S \ S
C.LttEorr. \ ," j jri.
L 3 P t' lORNLKViBROS DRUG 8TO t-lyh. and $9 was pent for feriIlizerimakIng, Gunst., S\ }
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Defendant abovft entitled
r.I ; S C. ESe tt, ft ,the 1
1 $45.40 ; deducted. : from the receipts, -5-" Notice. I' ; 'Vi \ Bicycles; S >
; k 1' DRJ JL \ CH'AF'ER ,, notified that writ of attachment .. .
\ E\\ leading $185.62. Some ,Wlp'hatl' tobp jXoticeis hereby given ,that W.. E. You are hergby a :

: 'T'-; : ..LS....,.;. hired in andlpaciing and March, Wm. R. HartleyEdw.: Aldrich, has-been Issued, against, yon, and'your 5 \ Sewing Machines, ..
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Crapping .
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L JE .. ...I. .'; \ Mrs.\Jamle.Marcb, Irs. Augusta C. property to. satisfy,the demand'. of J.G.,Baskln, "/ SS
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the e wa, expe1sY\'IWba\, ; tiling amounting to fio. J S Locks "
S fBaaleraon's, ? : Lindgren, Hara J. Joy- and other residents . ,
1 ..' Otfiee ,over "Market, n-'e.; them. to.the, )'depot,"whicbUdwered thebetjproceeds of, the town. 4( Miami and tbe.vieiulty1ofDade >ow. unless you sliaU appear at mr:office ln\I 5- l
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.::i :.I'.comer Avennsi D and 13th- street. 1"\: \'\ < ! : to $IM, or/over ,$80 an ;Bounty, Florida, In.tendtopreemit Miami, County and Stale aforesaid,on if pnday,1! .Anything r

l'i\ \, \ Hi4 Honor John D.Broome the!IJ day of 4USLM4A.) D1 1897 the same being Ev
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\ for had >
acre about'two
they only \ a resIn
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\ :: : Rule' Day,',and plead ,or demur lo ptaintlll'Ideelaratlon :
:' : Judge/Af the 7th Judicial Circuit i
; *, cultivation. / 1 .filed therein judgment win.b% entered AU'orkGuAranteed- i
; : 1 iOHmOHOWmER/ \ :of Florida, at'his Chambers at Orlando \ First-Class la all

1 'L.. i y- I .BeSides. , "the i tomatoes. I they'triedtojaise.a '. Orange county l, Florida,'on. the ,against you by.dejjnltand! you property.. \\ 1- 'Respects.OWE t| \
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...-:- :.a....... .1 1.kw. 'failure WHhatcropJ object',of Which is .D t@d this 1st dajrof July1., AiD. 180T.Jnlyi "- j\ TH.EM: A TRIAL
thabbits1auaid/a&inttrr! .
: !:. ;Iye? 5 vears experiences .: S : .. create/the; 'said W, E. 3Iarcb and .::\ . ,1LM.ASHTON..sft&Gf .\.. .L: 'EB Foot' f"A..YOQ.D.lllA} ,( : f
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?,C '\ tr'r Metrx4i.nUd1ngMlaml.: "They/did( Hsucceedjjin raising the other. subscribers to said charter: _' '!tp-jnlyao (the Peace.!: vet lr'peS\,, S S 4 4S

..5. 5 : 4-Ful1- Stock of Samples,of allLttesf ,"*eive . a:small. patch ,of .cabbage "so as to and their successors n' office a.-body ; = .

; t> ; ; Li$_ rr- J JSL'. ;- ..'r.:, .have enough<< .f rthuse| of their faum' poll and corporate be known and \S \ \L \ -

' lies;and ; had all the styedtbe! First: Presbyterian: Churchof j
'" of/course, itoma/, '
C ,John S FrederIck lIamt, organized for the worship East
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. -S toes: they wanted for their own\i. e; Bod, and the. promulgation 1"" of,religeous Floridk Cost Rr.
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CiYil i ngifeer. ndSnhefot: andxat\ tbe close',of shipping bad cometogjQ'e I truth as understood and taught by the I . .. t-

i to their neighbora-and.:.feed .fotlieir denomination of Christians known as : TI..rT.I.; "
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restate Large. .... \ the Presbyterian Church of.the United ,. -
Notary.Pablio at ; chickens.- : \ ', r / \

S 'ParUcnlaiAU.ention, ,lug large, IracU. 't.i'given.t toub-Divid-. -, '-.: .
.' : AT. D .ouiId&S country, but as we publishing facta ,"r' NoitS NoJ7: Ns iSTATI0NS..! l'io "Th NoSl UT : .. -
Office 20th St.
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near .
F'L : I ':MIAMIFLOBIDA.f&ROWN ;,; 'and:not flctionVvwe J give this : Notice .Tu'te'vY 1.1 ::::: ;;:; ... 705p T"*.<'I", Jacksonville|.. .;..Ar. 886p ... -;. lOa ....... ...... ;
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,. .. ;nu.i 4. report ,as _: In acconan'jtlltle requirementsof ....... OdOa035a .'r: : .8 Up 3. Vr....:._.St. Auensttna.......Lv ,52511 10.. f IIQa ........ ...
'.) .' much prominence as'wewoultj larger\ ...... .;J(1).:. ... .. LY''"*. .8t. Augazttne..Ar. 52 :!.... .:.... ...
"f. .: : the Beyised! Statutes Florida and 1. 109aUoQa J.;,. ..., . .'Hastings. ... .. .. .. 5
+ ''';: 0 '.r : ? :.l" 4. .. ,..
; > / I and better one* .\ : ... 1128& :.:..... .... ..... .4. '
: ., Vr, \\f of the City Ordinances, notice inhereby \- .n ....EastPaatka..17 43Jp ....... .... . ...
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'I One to remembered is that given that the City Council (the r. :) : Ar. . PiOatluu. ;;; ." T. 4 ..... ,,.'. St
thing. \ "-,.". 11(lOa ..;... I..h. ...:.LI.v.........Palfttk +,....:.Arjr. 466p ;.. :. ;11.:. ;.
; / : this crop was. started. .Yez.1.lat and had City of MiamIwIlI: at a regular meet- ,"r". 1 .;... _. .........San Mateo.?..., ." -. 11 .-."\. '.r".....
PT."ARCHlfTECT : : : ing of said Council on the hrst'i'Jmurs-; ..Oi.... .... M.ateo...... .:.Ar. ,1116 ...... -\:..
S : I the'weather. against "it! while growing, S ...... 12 ... .... . -I
-!/ ,V \ day in August, A..D. 1897 levy specia"taxes / .r IMP ; .

-.'I."| \.. .,',. 1' and' t14'n ,bejng late in'shipping, the for the,j ear ,1897\ ,:upon, (the'.real :.S Ur.-i..;. .. .4.-. ...:.jL..t..S&n,Orange./IlL. .../ ...... S 282 243p ..\ \. I

t 1 1 S .1-4-tt_ .. , .''I Lt -.MtAM; PLZ1DA.. bulk :of'.t. struck, :the' lowest tttpoor., and personal of Miami. propertsituAtiuthe- v :::. ,.' H : : i : i : :: :: Sm Hill ::.: ::' 2 1 j S S
'l .' \-f :. est markets. ,'so it,ran less as to bumberfcrsthippedaxI city as follows i .S. : _. .. . 12Ip.: :::: :r: : : :;: ;

? : < For city school purposes, not more ...;; ." , .......City Point... :.' r 12201> r S
FREP'RUTTER, much Iesasto than three mills. ..* '* .::: : : t : Ooctf ... :::: : ; : : :: -

-: ( 'i'i. c ;'7'il'CQnt. actor. , ndBNnijde i! t. 'cash: returns thanit'earlier would in 'the i season.'jt'hadbecuAtirted ]. ,than6nuniIl.-' ..Fot. building! ) 'purpose-,,! ,,-*. not.,f k more,.'*1J"\ i iro'r i ,: 3S5p406p 400p.......:::.;: ;: ::1\:1E\ E ....; ::;!: ::': : : 3: :..i1. .S .

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\ : Vork. Knowing this ii -'f water works' and flre.proiec-: ''''''Y' .

(" 'I',:' .All.Plansand."'kinds o estimates Stone furM :. \".' .. the.' crop 1 tbisl rur prtie9'f,are'satiSfted interested'withwha't in tion,.not more than file miil!. \ 7r: ::---c.. 55 4S6p 4 sIp .;::.,: : :... .k.L:: : ::.: :::: :: : : '. :: : : : :: : ::::::. S L

,.1 s: 1 : \: : ;-For. street .and park improvements .-'al-! 690! ] ...... ... ,.- ..... ..
-. S niebed free. T '* -S- S they madu9f it and are readyandwiliingio'trjrit not more thantwo mills* A" '....,;:. 6(@p . ,;.:... 6 OOa .. ".. : .
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ii- .andlafltlng f a Specialty:. _Twenty-one: ,"acres with-a'.frontage:o. In\..the Justlce'conrt of the Mnlh Justice District ........ 085 P..J.. 225p: "' .....XortLaad: rdal .. . : 1'1.\1...,.., I lIe
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; 5 J: .L.,- >! .. ..... 10.sop .... 4pA OJ" ..,....Miami, . . . .. ,LT. 110a
,. ilmtes Furnished.onUppllcaUonti. I / '-:2i5. land lying between the place of B. B<,MeCormick Juns. S TSADYR: \ . S "
, ; and*:that'of'|A. K. Simmons, : vs.AtteIimen" ) ' ". S A. & W.BRAtCB'SS- f Trains 82, 83, 87 and 78, betwefr.ck.' -

4 -i I J aoatb ot\,Coooaqnt G ,e.The': finest To C.1'CE.8IOTT.::. Scott,'.the.Defendant 1 (In the: .bo4 II entitled : .a.' !2i: STATIONtI.Noco:: --- .-,-4. snaville Train and AW,-St.between Anputine Miami Ld'J'ort.; S SS

,{ .W. rdERRITTi :; piece of land for sale on'. tbe Bay,for,the ,SK 1 k 2 lip- io\ uua LT:...New Smyrna . .Ar.li5lipf I25f45ap ierce daily except ," ..
, I Il' money,. PHce$4,5OO.WilI take !lone- cau-w ? fro'A" a --SSaLv,, ....Lake Helen. t...Lv.62aLv 123llp Train; :3:0. between J'ol Pierce and .
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itracto4 .- ban been I Issued against and Sup 11 tllaAr.LLOrengeCit.Lv. li 25p 1'tr.ln..8S and 78 aoath of SL'Angne
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1' i ;- &::1' Builder. Miami We: offerlota,They| are 1.situated 2 ud4ot5; on the Block south,E the 3d' ,day County of' August and state A. D.aforetaldj 1397 t m on same Monday being, ._z.__L :. .. .. "BlSfAYNE". .'.. ,-4'4 ,,* ..: f.\ ;. "'

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theriHv berendered'afialnstjou appointed \ ,
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'HI .. V .building.. .- ..." May ... ,-:. .BtY.A.: IITON. \ CooneetlnK at Miami with :Jrin 78, fonowlax momiac.tta I
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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, 'JULY;' 30; ,/897.Thj3 ,I) \ g,


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. ) Chance of a ,Lifetime.' .-. cllOCP1YS.! 'GATORI. role In.o I' I up get futile a. jaw' air,=:hold.together Both like got wrest; one-, GENERAL. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY( tT'j q *V


ers and parted, the alligator.rending -----. 4

PIANOS. !, AND, ORGANS AT, A SACRIFICE>; -I. in'immense piece of flesh and hide out 'CITY OFFICERS. \ .1.1r

' 1The- of his antagonist's necks M.nORo
but B.
'1 I losing a Reilly. tALPEBMEN >
We purchased m January last the immense stock f Pianos, Organs,, SbeetMusic tierce! Battle '
> Took Place at whole foreleg, ills bongs of which had -Joe. A. McDonald: Hon.
* / and Musical Instruments of i the A. We ont the -. '
: B.CampbellC
closing
%-; \ | are F. 8. Morse W. M. Brown E.
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stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard of loir prices.to make room for a full'line of \! Car '8 Sound. 'i I been'ground to pulp" .in the, crocodile's Prank T.End> e, D., Coegrove, L-Brady, s iN

the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Kluge nry Pianos. We have \ .- Jaw. Grab a m. WsltgrS.I\

the following Pionoa, ,which are .worth from 8100 to-$200 mo than, we ask for them ;: 1 From then on they wasted no time CITY CLEBK-John M.Granaa.. "

' Conover; 'Style K w.l..i' .'.... .i..t3AHatneHBro .'.btrlet' 6 mah.................fjnoS73: HUNDREDS Of EXCITED PEOPUTWERE' : in sparring 'for wind but clashed MABSHAL-i-Young F. Gray. }
eb..r.. as together -
I': i.: J K *. :.l.::....::::-::.*..a....! Schubert/Malcolm Love tJ will.:..:. : :::::::::: 2Uxal. \ PRESENT, I. rose, up in the air and parted Cm SUBVETOH: -'A. L. KDow ton. -"

.. a J ....i .,........ .;I.. 800 Stelnwmy, eb...............:. zno , PBBaiDimr\oF COPSCTL-Hon. F. 'S.
,". .. eb j ,;3.... . ,.. 400 ,Ktercit, eb ..... .. .... .... I:!:> sometimes with a''nip and sometimes Morse.' 1 _
11'., !, K./ walK .... ... ...:.....;...3J5. :Klug.bury, Style .. ....;.........?... 2ro ".J" ,whole ,f : x
McC ammon ?' ........ 300 'r 1 .. A.." ... .....,........ 200 with mouthful of flesh and STANDING COMMITTEES|
.i..T ,The Backed the Croc I
Concha
t ". no 22 man......... \:,....;..I300 ,Knabe,! Grand, ...._...?....... 50ji Beay.Dy blood ,1-* = OK FINANCE-. Brown.. Badge and' Me : .,*"
7 w.I..r.. ......... ' 275 gtuveiaut, ............r..175 but the 'Gator. Won tnvVlctory after Donald. A \. .iChr ":.
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or. 7 eb... :......,... e'4 .1..... ... .... .. 200 \ I In one of the rallies the crocodilegot .
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HaTnesBros-* I ..,.;'E......... ...t., 900 Newby& Evans, eb ... ..1", ...... .. J25 Tearing His Antagonist to Pieces.\) ()B )nA..CE'.SHoDonaJ -- .
.f*: j;........k3 ,..1 ......!, 175 /Jal.laI1St.rr.! { \ :. ... ......:;... 110 I I < ,. the''gator ;amidships and toreoutyards { <1 and Brown.\ .| a
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.4:! 3 m.h. .. ; 190 110rrls1 t r... ...+..100 of entrail ]leaving a great hole ON STBEETS AIO>- R

'. Some of these,Pianos.have been,rented, but we have hi <1 them repoliahed and Union ''i' In the saurian's.side. 'But what would Donald.[ Coegrove IKPBorMO; [ >I

''" p itt in thorough order and'we guarantee them to be satisfactory or.,money refunded.. ,From the Times- I I i have daunted pugilist\! and, have .. -SisiTATioH" ,

We furnish a stool scarf instruction book, and deliver f.'o.,f .I b..Jacksonville; Cashor Ask X. S| Sha) lor, professor of geology ' ;I Coegrove., 1 <: f
Inatallmeots.; Sheet Music at half price.\ Write ust I ( in llaryardvlf there are any, crocodiles caused his,seconds to run wildly for a -'m WATER ASD FlBS F$0'rEtIoNCosarpve .of
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: physician' was nothing ,McDonald and Brown
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\Fryer. & Bradley Music Co. State. Florida who fought on with 'redoubled fury, OH POLICE r AND ,CIUBrrnsladYr
will tell -you yes. ,He was sent to lords Co grove and Graham. ., "
getting as his share in Lat bout about '
\ 24 Ej.,Forsyth 8t, 'a.-- '
\ year op so ago to make an investigation

'I B. MAHIER Jr., Manager.,' 1-5: r-hB. ,Jacksonville, Fla. as ,to how far the',coral. forma three feet of his antagonist's' ,tail, nailing POSTHASTES AT MIAMI-J. 8. Warner.
him tremendous blows; with his
,tion extended into the,Everglades! and '
great ,flail at, the i 1
\ every opportunity,
iii '" .. ,:oJ'' DEALER IN :while alfCar 1e, Sound, in the lower! end '
4 crocodile; responding with the same i STATE OfFICERS ,
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of Bis/a crocodile -. i
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I'I ) ne Bay, saw a .
Offices at
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blows ,
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; that, leasured 18 feet from
tiplbjifp. GOVXBNOB Wjn. D. Bloxham. -1
,: f \ in brute strength.JAWS I' ,
Thd"Conchs't"or' wreckers, who live SECBETABT or[ STATE-Jno.:Lt, rate'CosrrTBoLLizLWm :
., LOCKED. brd. ,
.skey the coral keys amonglbe ten tbou- ;; "' .
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'Finally, after:the excitement at :if.Beynold* .
; was '
l t. and ;islands that stretch from Biscayne \ TBEASUBEB B. Whitfield.ATTOBifETGEMEBAlr .. ..
& Co \ fever heat, and, when;tbe betting, was J ,
Bay M Key 1yel't. are quite familiar -Wnj. B. .
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r . R''II' Froni:;$2,50 to !$7 'per Gay with the reptiles, and claim 1o have even money on each ,reptile! ; they SuPEBijrrENDEjrT OP PUBLIC.Jxant8.uaTICK. -;

:, :,' seen them 25 feet long. I clashed together, got .t eir'jaw"locked; ..:Wm.N. Sbeats. ;

': P'GRE RYE ANa. CORN J I \ The crocodile and the alligator both jaw .in jaw, and rolled'over and over B./Wombwell.i ColiulsaIssioroAoBICUL: Ll.' '

like bulldogs, 'nev'e letting until ( \<'
i inhabit UK waters of Florida, but only) go 'ADtaraaTunitPatrickHouaton }

Fin! & 'Wi 6a Liquors Beersxand I. Cigars and i n:Okeechobeejare there the crocodiles are they found together and' ,. something this round that broke the and anatomy C B1e. of It the was alligator in SUPREME COURT JUDGES.

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are scarce! ( ;
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the :proved htm theeuperioibeaat; ,, . F. Taylor Chief Jnatioe. .
alligators I exceedingly numerous. The crocodile had him by the; F. B. Carter,-Associate Justice.: "
/ This fact 'indicates that the alligators upper 'M. H. Mabry Associate Justice.
are-the greatest the fict jaw the alligator had the crocodile by Communications to any of the Slate
warriors but
tHfe liind '
PURR GUAYkIllE.Onl wine of > put up was never demonstrated Until the' lower, {aw1, and the' lower ;jaw of Officials or Snpreme Court Judgeaaboold.,jr 2

I in 'the Unit \ fates.F : recently, that beast was !broken into' fragmentsof be,addrewed to.Tallahaaaoo,- |
when a 13.footator\ and a .crOCod,le rida.t

.It 1"r' l : ,six .inche.3 I longer:,were pitted in the ivory and bone.' .these The fight was.finish practically U.-3.SENATORS FROM FLORIDA .
but
Ii.: ring : I! over, was a tot Hon. Samuel Pan>MontioelIo, FIll WI. ",
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Bottled Goods and Ju.gTradea/f clalty ',Captain John Gibbi! ,. of thel1itt e I ,,and in the finish! the crocodile never lion. Stephen R.. Mallory,TaUahaaaa;.
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turned tail, but remained in the,rjng Fla .
x V fruiter \iFleetwing i which amon'
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and until he .
fought literally
.was torn to
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; 'WIJOLESALEAGENTSF R'f' .:> \ the keys, was' in'Jacksonville the other UNITED STATES O ,

Pdol and .... ' pieces. ,. FIBST DUTBICT,Embracing' thevEaatCoaat
{ I \ day and gave a Vivid description of the The Jackson
boys were chagrined
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Hon. Davis
( \ B W. Yatatta.to }
\ battle, which',attracted so much attrition and sailed'. home in their boa i' :
SECOSD DUTBICT
; -Hon.\& M.'Spark-
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kids i : : that the wreckers flocked to Cards hundreds of pounds of sponges and a man;Tampa. ,

,Sound in;their sloops' from a radius of dozen: or two sloops the losers. -J .' .

ALL,:KIND% OP CASE GOODS. \ fifty miles.to.witpess.lt. ,. .. J ." SENATOR FROM 13TH DISTRI!
... .. ' Embracing Brerard and Dad Counties.) ''
Tout
,.' \ \ Jackson \and hiscrowd, .from MIAMI 1 II!
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febS-tn-tt t 1c. \ Hon E.N. Dilpickr Palm Beadu t"i 1 .
; .: ;' + '. 'j V Lower Metacumbe Key, had.ensp"ool ry
Sow Facta About TM City and the Famoua #!
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..ao t.1)iae': Cateredto. : ;- $_..-.MIAML II', "IEL.A.: \ I he crocodile and, with great ,difficulty'\ : Bar Country. : DADE COUP.TY REPRESENTATIV ''''t

bad him to Cards Sound '' B:;B.Potter of West Palm Beach. '
brought Dr. ,
: : Tbe railroad was extended to this point and ,
.1. ,.. ' he first passenger train arrived on April 15th. --
\where they put him in tank
a big sur-
A Fertilizer for'" ,FruitWeal . rp 18U6. COUNTY OFFICERS. j ..
J : \ rounded by,a' Wire fence 'and issued a On tbe 28th of July of the same fear the place I i
County -AlJen E. Be,ser, Jn ; t i
him \was Incorporated as a CITY 343 votes being cast ,,
challenge.to pit against any 'gator:: at the meeting held for tbe purpose of Incorpo County Attorney-B.B Taylor"Miami

The in the Universe, for anything from 100 ra&s 'commenced Clerk of Circuit Court and i
Fertfflzr1"'Price \ the
J Pineapple on Royal Palm
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l., pounds \of sponge to'''a full-rigged Hotel la April 18%. Its doors were thrown J Deed*-At F. Qninby no.. +
*** >pen to guests the following January.' Sheriff-E*- i.._ .-'
. \ \ ? as a as can be found any Palm Beach. Becorder3
ir.; $25 ,Oa Per Ton 4 here in the United States. y a
AlIigator\Joe"
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.. among '
-1\. ..h l'' ,...t '. . .. I many of the ''! This is the terminal Of the FlorIda'' East Coast Collector of Taxes=,T.'J. .
: T : sportsmen ;who 'visit, Palm Beach, and :Kallway. We have.an all-the-year steamship count Grove. _
\ GUARANTEED ANALYSIS, :' v ' '1\ v heard' service to Key West,and in the winter, season Assessor of Taxes-G. C. ; J
: lliamf, of the. challenge and &
Nassau
to the
\ ; pro- capital of the Bahamas The
{! \ \ < 'f' \ ,Moisture 8 to\ 10 per I line will be changed to an att-tbe-year service Palm Beach., . =I I" 4, 7
I I': : '\ Inaomonia -i 4,54 to ft '" ceo\'I\ lured ,the "'gator, :accepted and 'got before the present. rear> expires. Steamship TeasurArJ.Lamond.. Weat.Palm]

.l,1\ ..\.. . Ph08phoricAcldI":; 5 tD\6'\ u' Hl '. acking for200.xs pet was penned .! lines will probably be established between here Beach" t -, ." I

1 i i'H.l f .f' 4 . '. ,P'ot88h.t actnal) ',-: '6,tnT 8. : A"' loDgsi e the crocodile i a petition. beg i aud American Jamaica ports and,within Cub the/and next possibly few years.South\ hfyor-Franklin'Sheen, West Palmt] .

1' Wade Exclutively of. Seed Jfeal114trate'oj'SadaBlood; ,BonfDttsolved I between. The"flight was'set for Miami appears destined to become. an important Be 01
., \ ': Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stems i i Miami commercial has a point back; which is ''. County Superintendent ;Publie-In.'j y
; \ } 1 fly 5 and the news p"ejid'80 fast that good country being '' ..
_, and 'Sulphate of,potash;'' tan Iwete.\ settled up very rapidly. The local trade from I .trnrtion-Z. T.) errittBnens'IVieta.-: \ l :
s on factions formed :=:
; one tills territory and that which comes from the
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Ey: Write for directions uslnr and further p.rtJcularl;; also ask for a;copy of. Economic Fer Florida Key will support a good town at this.poiut. BOARD OF COUNTY OOMMIA8IONER8 l}
\ timer,for trait.. ' ': : ,, *:'-:r" :" ,1 backing the/gator and the.other the N. W..Pttta, Lake Worth; Chairman ;

We (Wry t Large Stock of Fertilizer" Materiel'C. S.'Veal Tobacco dost Etc ,Nilegod| when" the; thin, partition was It is reasonable to assume that the large bold- G. W. Lainebart,Palm Beach; r
'f'T : t ,: Po\W\ logs ofMr.Ftagiealthis; point and Immense ,I W.J'8hon8OocoanutGroTeL' -
', ,torn froinbetweert\ the two:pens, there I sum of money ne has already expended In the .
Write/or prices Ufore'buying*: We seek the growers trade direct. development of Miami will prompt him,to offer ILL White,Lemon City., "
have %
must, lien. 600_men_ "and.toys onhanded I liberal Inducements to secure lie location,of 1 1 W. a:Tenets, ,Hobe Bound ., j'
'see.the fun. \ I manufacturing establishments In this city. In and Auditor Board
.Clerk of
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Tpomer.ferbbzer\ \ ,
Wilson & Co. .
\ (). I ' I tact his land commissioner,J.E. Ingrabam,of .
t 1 'TRS"STRUGGLE has *
i > BEOIN0. \ St.Augustine assured us that manufacturing . bnJnno.-- 5 V

"Tie {fertilizer 'House f.flo lda'd.. Jf was then that, the points ot'diffeence ... enterprises and: that everything:will receive that,liberal could encouragement be reasonably . CIRCUIT COURT. OF' SEVENTH JU- .
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: < ,.pl -tt- *' .-Sac3catoaville}?.Florida:_ between ,the two' beasts mighfbobserved : I ,expected to locate will at lUan M done., 'to Induce' such concerns t j DICIAL CIRCUIT ", .

CBASK dHaltatr Miami C. M.; STOWS, Agent, Cocoannt Gio \, : ] The 'gator was much broad- .This point is far enough south ,to warrant 'the (Em fraclnic Dade and otbercoontles.j t. ,
\ Agents, ;:_ ,. > . 'e. crocodile sot planting of groves of citrus fruits,with,confluence. Circuit ,D.1 Broome ,
e but did have The temperature has never fallen low ,qdg&-JOhri .., Orlando. -
't ; Jhe same length of: jaw,; or such im enough jn this vicinity to da any serious injury J pttorneY-D..| : ,
; to citrus": trees betas admit that an occasional Prosecuting tBegga "
!' : \ . i manse .teeth as his antagonist.. Heseemjifrto frost[ Is somelimes ,need even in this ,
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Orlando. .
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SouthernRailway' ; nclnlty.KWben there Is a light frost at Miami / j\ \r. 1 -
.; .j be stronger in1 the body, but you can,Imagine what is happening at,other ,Clerk'of Court- F.Qaiaby, Juno.Fall .;

\ l locked blacker and more" sluggish;:ex:<>, points?/De.two_or three hundred,miles north of Term jCSrcmt Court convene! "i-'
here. ;
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/ ;* ....... ;: ; ', cent in' turning,j when he_'was'much ,Our transportation? facilities 'are ,excellent on"First Monday after' Fourth.Monday-- .. ',
in NOTember.'L
) .1t ; Terminal points are always well provided, in ; :
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t". V I qu'cker.t The crocodile; on the otherhahdjxWas that raptti'z! '. Spring Term on (Feet lMondat; after-
We.,nave several miles of streets andmore ,\
sinuous paved
<< long a, tannedleather Fourth Monday in April. '

>, L ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST; ROUTE -: .,. ' .-olor, and his tusks actually We are have being waterworks paved. and,J\ ',a sewerage.' "system.A . ?.. \\y -.t: >t 'r#' ' .., \.
population 2OW4 DADE'000NTY'ICOURT.
"' t fM '. l. protruded through l his upper jaw." Captain There are three rood hotels In,addition, to the. ; v' -
Connty Allen
-, '}' TEBOTTQH; .FT7LLKAH DRAWING BOOK,CABS, DINING OAJELS," Gibba, says that; the articulatioof a mammoth "Royal Palm."* Judge- E.'HelMr.1u o.t'. .
>/ ., An Ice ': -:' Proaecntiog. Attorney-. .B, Taylor
:r. ', i .THOROUQHPABK COACHES,VESTIBITLED TRAINS, ,| ". the jaws was tbe ''greatest: point1, ofdifference. F .A sound ac.nrct: .*/ '\'- Miami. I i v

, '... ',;,; Y- I:t .:*: *t : ,.. ''fr, .. ..*l, .. The upper jaw'orJlu silt .THe Three HI.ulTMnBOf'(1Us.secret societies. '.:; Winter Term. -First Monday in .f nit ', I
brick the'8otelBiscayn
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\ Bator was ..mmovablewhile of the buildings one ary. '
; : ANIJ" ;, With four stores underneath-cost about fttjoooIf ,Spring'Term-First ,MofdajinApril. v.
: VNORTH' EAST WEST crocodile was' exactly l the:opposite.They you"think of locating In vlortda come and '
Summer first .
; : _., ; !t" ', ) take a look at-*ARVXLOVS: MIAMI.-s.c. for :Term- Monday in July v .

i, I _"" -tfl... Were unleashed, the +'cod yourself,what the"lands In this vicinity will pro !Fall Term-First Monday. .in_October: '
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.. 'Iwo.DAILY TRAINS, BETWEEN FLORIDA. .AND THE EAST:. Cht>e- The alligator aa soon as he If you love to be near the salt water and fresh U.8.LANDOFFICE.OAIN8YILLE.ILA' I
t ; / % 5 . *-* saw iDgj" d foe, lifted his great 'lum ocean breezes fob pleasure or profit come and ..
;) I see BEAUTIFUL BAT BISCAY**. ,It is a charming ;TJ. D. Wainwright, Beceiver.J. :.,
'r >,F' t. Washington and.Southwestern' Limited,<<' ) t ',.! i off the earth and literally] sheet of water for people of wealth to enjoy ', M. Barco;.Begister.jjTJICKEST .' '
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... ..> I toward him, roaring and If you are poor and compelled to earn a living )
':\ , .c And the United States Fast'Malt! trotted horribly and do pot take to arming. you can / a. t .i.ito \

/. ;. ;.' t. ;: .. ( ,- '" ,\ ,' ..... \" :.-:- the.while, \|\The Crocodile roared"back living roodmoneytathering catching fish or sponges-turtle or you can ma. ,( WAY TO c A:FORTUNE.ronrTb9uand ..

like a angry bull ,and prepared.himself In thisjcumate fuel costs little. ,lYou
\ery
i' 4JBLT-)IOUUJA.9D01mLLBTO VASHIHOTOH.v .- '. Acre of Truck FarmlnK Leads
; .:. \\1' 'the never need heavy or expensive clothing and you
/ .: | OILY 27 HOURSTJAOKSOHVILLE ,TO NEW'YOU.Y for \onslaught.Fue seldom have any, doctor's.or druggist bills topaJ' :and Other Desirable Property lor Sal*.'
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feet Way the,alligator paused, : I have for:sale.,about four thousand
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t. eyed the1 crocodile_ Irkejr pugilist, eyes, Bay ou Biscayne can enjoy;with anywhere a very moderate yon can income.osoon acres, of .truck, ,farming lands aid lands I fi
:Solid .Teatiboled Train*eompond of latest Improved Pullman Sleeping Can and Hotel Knvvi shifted ', ". It will pay you to look at this section before suitable for oranges, lemons, imd all t<
-1 %;.,"*mcjCan tyronca without'change to Washington,Baltimore. .. his opponent, a bit to our side+ locating elsewhere. Come and talk, to the kinds of tropical fruits,'situated/ on Bar
.a : 'i. F .: .'Ptiladelphia,New York and the East.: opened 'wide his ')awst found Jawsopened happy prosperous peoile who have already
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.. > ;: . ,... <; .v.': : ; located here. Learn what they have done with Biscayne, garden spot of t.b&wor d. '
'i_'[ 9-T, "!' t .. T .. . even wider to meet him,,backed very limited means and you can easily satisfy Also cityJoti,at Lemon ,City, and abc ut 3
step yourself whether or not Miami is the place you 17\ acres of fine Bay,,front land betw
e '= 'THROUGHPULLMAN'DRAINING-ROOM' SLEEPING CARS BEwf off a or two, moved forward' again+ are looking for.. Little] < en
: ,' circled around' wheeled, and struck the ea. J River and Biscayne Poet Office. I r
JACKSONVILLE LEAND
; NASHVILLE. .
: : Y4EJf. ; ' I can\ be/found domiciled atlmy oraiga s
'. jf : crocodile a! ,blow wlth'hisaail'tliawould I >:, t I 'For Sale or Exchange. grove three miles northwest' .Lenjoa ''

\ Through Sleeping Cars Dally.'Jacksonville to T| .: : have piled a,mu \The noise Three acre lot at 'Cocoanut Grove. City:Please write for prices .,
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.1 i "r' .* '' 1/ sounded tike the,tending of a sailinTa I Bay front. New stone house of eleven 1"T.. D-.WBJOHT, Agent,,
Cincinnati
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;- ;* i l ,_Through the : rooms. On elevation .21: feet above 2 lb
. ,,t. .. gale, and 'the force of it t iknockePth, e Bay. Unobstructed view of Bay.'Ocean -,tt6pLemon Cite,Dade Co.,Fla.
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LANDOF'THE.sKY.t pet| of the" bnc "-over and fiver; It and Cape Florida. Good'',neighborhood . Nice Building Site, ', / ;. ;

:' The Inibrmstlos s ': was clearly t e,lrstknock-down. '-- variety of,fruit trees and. shrub Close to tbe,Bay front,'north':of; A. R.s .; _d
.to rates, Bchednlea, Bleeping car reservations etc.. apply U. : bery. Also 106 acre ,tract one mile
the. 8ortssaar. D W.A.YOrttaCODDeet1ona.. '. - . .. FK A JJTld//WITH DEL GH T.. Simmons' place; south ot .Cocoannt
\. ( 1 ; cVowd < '0 north of above, five, acres cleared:and Grove, containing 1M S30Q..
The, Frazee : .were franti&witdelight'and h
in limesi;'lemons "
*l" L.;.A.:'8HIPMAH, Florida. 'Pasa., Agt,:313 West Bystreet. : ,'JactsonviUa, offered] two to One on their; planted pineapples, House of :.;four oranges and I 2-18-tf BoBKurs & Gfcii; AIC. \. 4

JL., ...' W.-A. TUBK, jt/: ,S.H.HABDWK cbampion?with ready takers. The land is ,good, quality.4 Will sari I Central Business.Lot.for'si e., .

::- 1'.mdl...w u.Q.'. : .. _..0PIa.: .'A.d.;' '::1aat, ion. :Face The alligator' lost'no time. in seizinghis cheap or, : exchange for:' good income The west 60-feet of the lot upon :
r ..: Wub1qtoi.D.a.\; '1. 1aa Qa" paying pro. rtJ'For .particulars which stands the Metropolis bui ding. '

.u\, ,... .' : -._) ..:.... :.-i- t--f-/ . ._ advantag .bQ} the: crocodile Was:as address, i :;E. C.'DIABBOBX: A 80-foot street divides lot. .Ei. quire Yrof t
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f; : .iarni Motroiro1is l ; The excursion Kiam !'8 from Gala Jacksonville Day. to Miami 1 Funeral Corresinjiident of H.Times-UnloirJuly G.' "BraD Qmb.ad. I '

. Miami and Key\ West wliinh arrived v This afternoon all that wag mortal of 'Bank! of Bisc

Entered/in p. tb i second-class?'toflice matter.at Miami, Florida' here on Wednesday night was al\ huge it. Graham Bansromb'was,1 laid to rest Bay yne j

affair for such aVlong\ distance trip. in the cemetery here. Mr. Branscomb

'_ TEE (MOST _Duuiiimt?*#mcwnrAfius PtJB'LISHED Over, 230 excursionists, ar"ivM., about was native of Croydori born :
commend
,; ,-" ON THE; MAtN LAN!;) OF 75 of whom went tWoogh' to! Key West. iu the .year 1M73. lie the .
THE UNITED 8f.FublUhed \ .
The arrangements, made by.,Jr. J. n. study of medicine at his old home. MIAMI' FLORIDA. '

by. Paul the East.a CorporaUon.Coast Publ; J ing i::" Com- Ba*kin, Harry Budge andj the Semi.note \His health failing, tie came here about INCORPORATED DNDIUC; :THE LAWS OF FI/OBTDA I

Amusement Club to give the two years ago and bought a I lovely place '
,WALTER S. GRAHAM, -' --"Mtofc crowd a good reception and entertain Ion the'Miami river, which he was, iniJprovingwhen .r
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S Subscription Rates '.t''properly, to use a Klon yk'e..ter n, his health failed in Sep- WM: M. BROWN. ai} General J Banking; >,1-

r One year... .....:.w...-.-...,.i2' OQ MHjned. out well/1' as all (if, Miami's ember lash Since that time ,he has PRESIDED: '\, : Business.! Issues Drafts_ on All'. ,
4 Six months::::::::,..;. .. ...1 :Oo :
c Single copiei.....' 4. ..v....;.... -1>5 undertakings do '': radually f ilt'd. This morning at'j R. R. MoCORMICK ': Parts of the'Woriy.L Accounts .
,:, Foreign unbscrlptions Sl) cents extratu' cover As we'fco to press in two hours from 'clock? his weary spirit took its flightnd' ViCEP? E ioe,rr. Solicited and- E\'ery.Favor Con I' a
: postage... ;
...v, I. SiW>i- /V V N V'V* rf% X this writingfour account moat be very he is at '!:St. CHARLES H. I
GARTHSIDE, :
sistcnt
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Btnk L
is\ Conservative .
Advertising Rates. \ '
brief. "Vf During hi illness .
\ his sister, Mrs, 7 ..CASHIER . J. TS
etsoLaNONKE'THRF:. MO. MO*.F-: ;)1014.'ItAIL IIIX'- ONE'I'OL'Dtar'I. There mrere cur entriesli\\( in the )rd, has been, his constant companion ins Extended.' ... : '. : '
;' i -$1 $ '4 oo f coo $10'N swimming race acro the Miami river nd attendant. She has been father '. -\ '. : $ ;
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a' :t J Inehrs.Indies t 1 00 JKK N4 3 00 00 *6 00(10 10 15110 50 25 18 00 00 at Avenue D. 'I'he.MiI\ Wii by other, brother, an sister. to him, 'as ,h'' " . CORRESFO. :EN'.rs- I . '
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4 In'IIt"'t. a 00 5A1 10 00 18 00 -) 110 Charles. Pent of Lemon Cit . \ .. ,
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6lneht''l) 400 6,61). 12 00,, 21 00\ &')00 gradually' but urely approached th : Seaboard 'r' ,:.:.. ,1
National.l iJank :
trachea. ,4ro 8 00 .HOU, 24 00( 4200 In the tug-of-war between CU Seminoie unseen shore. The burial, took plac / : j York. '
4 I '500 9 (io lfo., a? oo 48 00 Nat'l
: inche 5 soKOO 11000 18 001\ ."W 00 I MOO Club and a pick team dlj fclob frond the Episcopal church,. In th Bank of:Jacksonville, Jacksonville: i : i".j

101m'IIel.inches! f'00 ;1200 11 00 20 200 00]I 36 3100 00'!' 6000fiGUO; won the first tug but,a foul was ftlSitri I " absence of a regular rector, lay reade . .. J FOREIGN CC/RR'ESPONDENT: .
11Ineht'8. 000' 11300 2"00'' 3\10017200\ i ed and the club,goodriaturedly agreett' Milburn read iih' .( beautiful burial set =
,121neJf'tt'! .8 r.o II.', I)() Oil 1 knauth Nacho and Kiihne .
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42 00 W 78 00 to the tub another / : 'New York
4 ; : Iuche4. 19 00 It 00 28 00 4S 00 i 84 00 give picked chance. tee in a most effective manner. The -I,
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inches 9 M) 17 00 3000 4800 SO 00 f ,
and'it carried.off the honors. I '
: ch consisted of C. ] ; ,,
,15 Incht'. 10 00' 13.00 6200 61 m \ W 00 ) rJ. W. Gardner, ; '
';.j 1 J6Jnehrdy.17 inches:: :. 1111020 10 a) 10 00 oo 3600 34 00 '57 54 00 00 10 10800Therewill 00 There were six entries in the pigeon soprano. ? Mrs .Graham, alto; I>r. Elegant Iron 'Yault. and Burglar' -Proof' Safe With' Triple Concussion Time ,Locb" -i:
be no deviation from these rate*.- shoot. Dr. J. G. Baskin: took rstpriz' Walter GraJ1ant/tenor. Mrs.. Fred _.
r 10n Rudh. a
k 'rl. We :prepared to do- al' kinds or'J-b Pri"n ,' Smiley A, Baker second' with a score '.JThe decea'seuKspme days previous to , : '. ,
ing promptly and lnnr t-cla _>tyle at as low ,
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xi :(, prices as In consistent with< away moderateAll of.18 out of 15.; J j his death requested that_at his funeral !t\ ,,' .

prollt; , -' L In the bicycle races the prizes were service/f'I lie choir should sing : E. L. BRADY :
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\ communications should be addressed and ( "
; all check,draft, money orders and other re- awarded as follows : a- 1 /-l 1 heard lie voice ol Jentis: say, ,
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Dittanre made pay able to . 1st. Five-mile race\' 1st prize $" I j Cmne auto Me and fngt," '
} THE :AST,COAST PUBLISHING CO. ; .
11 laml, Flay 2d prize, $4. Entries; r 1A.M.Jones and- which, was rendered by ththchoir. in a GrocerlesGraiIl, gad Garden Seed "

f t Will Delapont of JaoksonvUle) Harry ,most effective imanher.\ Mrrd, by: ::11d -.

MIAMI; FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY '30, 1897 Flood, John Stelcer and C.A'.lYeigli '. her: loving and kind ministrati i3 lo I t it f / .._" '

;, ,Won' by A. M. Jones first, and Harry her:afflicted brother, liar won the hearts MIAJfl'AGFXT FOil '

:" READtheexcellent f ;, article by ,Col' Flood '8PC nd. Time, 15 min.:i3 ist'C:, of all' who knowher.,, Mr':'prd has donall "' MAPEST FERTILIZERS., '

.John A'. Macdonald descriptive of Bay 2d. '','Three-mile' racel 1st prize: $t j I in his power to make her; burden'as : .
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t' .t Biscayneji' also, the twoacl'crop .reinsid4Lpage:: 2d prize, $3. Entries : A. M. Jones of I light, as It ould\bt'\ "' I andnt'flncy call the attention of the people of Bay Biscayne to bar stock of Slap (
Groceries 'rnit'Rnd
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ti food Prddncta of all kinds also stock .
; our of Grain,
: port whicfr.appear-on' our s I Jacksonville, John Stelcer,/'rilm Iovett Iri' llonf. :Frederick S. Morse\the,, de-i .: Hay Bran, Cotton fteeU Meal;'Ground Food and Wheat. j i. !" -
A' :', of this issue... 'i, - and .-W: V. Favor.. .Won: by A. M. ceased' found a true and constant t 1\ bare the only hones on Bay Bjscayne dealing exclusively in the above linedC ,
,t i 0. l'_ m *- a "' r Jones. firsthand John l Stelcer second frit' d. While ;i Mr. Branscomb\was goods.: Wfcbny close and will,sell close.I We invite jonrcorreeppndeiw* and solicit

t.: ,.. ':.,'.;. 'Ta\T. cx untry' which' an'furn'i'sh', a Time, 10 min. thousand:? of miles from home and 10ur'patrou, : S'ery tralp; E. L..JS,6$_ ICY _CO: l' .

_.L. ,\ rich gold .Qeld 1 ,in' combination w1t4'x k 8d.; *bne-mile.Dade 'County Open. relatives/yet by 'his' kindly, disposition, .. + .YT'

; ; l temperate;. tropical climate would 1st1 prize and track: manner he had
$3.2d; ,prize, ,?2.-Entries : open gained
:: :K:, Jdrawthl-| roved. Even with half the Barry Flood, John Stelcer and W. VFavor. .. scores of friends,!I who, during all l''his \ '

": l.'riches i 1 tf tjbe.Ktondyke itwoiildjittrac't' .., Won Harry Mood firsthand illness, were ready: and anxious to help :IVit4A1iVIi. .. \\i

"j ten god Seekers" where.Aliska, wool John Stelcer. /second. Time, 3 min. 1C in time of nerd: i.He, was loved by\',all I 3 t
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race.
I I One-mile, time 1st: prize, }Resting on hid f casket was a wrt'ltb'of ,
;.r' .AccokD4 Ito: the United, States .3;, 2d prize, $2. Entries i : A. M.Jones: beautiful.white flowers entwined, 3 '

fr :weather 'report for the ,week of Jacksonville,John Stelcer and :
: ending Harry. with 'greeii+a tribute, of respect and
'gw": thelflth offhissmonth, which, is! .styp-: Flood: Won by A. M! Jones first;f love rom those"who loved ij -
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f.S !f>".J' >ijcal jnidsunjuier'week. i only four of the time, 2 ':,Di'1.I'Mi, sec. John ,Stelcer, the< sun sank \ behind, the western s : LOts I Ik' -

?"tV'_ YAtlaltjie tatesvjSignal' offices on the;, lecond; time3; ml i. 13) serf.6th. ' horizon his long;,ttpt'rinK rays gilding; {
Coast sbow lower ;. mile ''d
\.. . '- a ; maximum. One-eighth sh. Prize, the heavens \ and gold, the: :
temperature ,than Jupiter, which *I $3. Entries : 'A. M.'Jones of Jackson of IL I I ... "' __ .-
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A}'v ., :t'le.arestOffic' temperature; ure to Miami occurring The during maximum M.iiie Jont; and 8. 'John Stelcer.Won' I' ,by A. was Biscayne, buried to on await the. \' bank the morn of the of,blue the A. ,E.: KIN 1 G SQL; EX, n

+ 't a week referred to was 80 Jupiter* ; flth '100-yards slow.race: Prize, $2. resutr etlolJ. ,!I' General, l Agent for Mrs ''eJuli '
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,,: t'7.B;''at TSastportf }and Portland,Maine i ; Entries : A. M.Jones: of Jacksonville / ; : Tuttle.:.

Ski at- Nantuckeji.'R.'' I.; atTlIatteras. Pat. Qliver, Harry' Flood,[Dave Evans, Miyor Be lly'lr Father Dead ;

_A \ S,\ C.andatWashingtop! ;,!*. .6. it was and John Stelcer., Won by\)A.'M.: Jones. afternoon '"j Prices .from 50 to $1,000; Per Lot
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? -, -;the same'as'ai-Jupiter.' : At Boston it Judges-T. :E. Cuiverhbuse, L. C. J w, go to press this, e .-jRAILBOAD ; Accordinpolqcation. j

'.I wjisjSS; Albany! JX.; Y., S8;. Philadelphia Oliver, C.-II. Oarthside and.S. L.,Paterson. learnjifHaven,, be'deat.b.aif- night at Xew . FARE to Miami over the Florida East'Cowt'Railva: ...wiJl be .' ;
;: <*);*'Norfolk: ) 88; Charleston "68; onr.otI'hil'pReillyagedyears 74; funded to each purchaser of a lowpinrided-pnrclaeer, will produce reeeipVfor racb '. .1,
::t Ij.. ; 'Jacksonville1,) 92lr;\ During1.:'thee preced The city bicyclists formed in line f then of Mayor John 3. ;Reillyli. fare, which receipt will be,received.as cash !in.part payment,for lot. ,

.. ing' with decorated:wheels and!made a Mia li.i Mr. and Mrs. Reilly will .. ...
;: ...t. week it' had'.reached' over 100 at [ nice. Mais Office" Xf
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in morning for, Newllaven.Mr. .
.; 'many of the ttaEions,'while at Jupiter parade, after,supper, Mrj Harry Tuttle, '.
: .the t aking the prize for" the best l'decorated . JKeilly is not wnreof the immediate
f 1 highest temperature recorded this ;
; summer! thuslfai' i id 03.r -', wheel. .1 i cause of the death of 'bii fatberl HTEL: MIAMI I : : :' .

.11 r ". . *The ball. in ,the Casino of the Hotel He had been in.poor,, health for'"Severalmonths I \k._ -v3n ,
""'''' if ,I I t Aliami under the auspices the'Sewnole'Cl i hut byls: tt'gpoftswasimpro Hy-U \ Mia: < '
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J. f THE.ALASKA i GOLD FEVER.Everybody'Is .j jP T I! > ,
.,:;: } ': asking everybody else tb, was, a great, 8ucfess. Over ing." "f, I / 'i.''...i '1. ..- t ,'f' '\ .

> .when: 'they exp ct to start for :;:the a them hundred couple'', of were present amOJlg: <";I, .
many ,the :best people from 'Fau7Pineappl! Slips Cheap. ; .S81 ;
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'.*'Alaska cent) of gold tloridlaqs. fields. but would ninety-nine far' r Lemon[ CityVCocoanut, Grove and Cut- .Why' plant' cumin n pines when you \ <. ,& ,Harnxeyfol J
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ler.. can secure"the ,best[ at' a reasonable! J ,
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...:) ,.rely} upon raiInglacropof, golden-cit, A ,very fine'dlsptay.of fireworks 'j oc. fate?X' Having, made arrangements 'Inl: uiran.oe.:: :: ; : . '
rue fruits -It')'the. with1 on. pf .the 1 l
\. 1 : ) !, discovery ..of these carrel betseen9\and.10 o'clock.. largest growers at I. I II. 'r
\ ... .''etch fields had* ..occurred In Cuba 'o r ;; Tak altogether the programme PearlDit ; Oahu. ,.Hawaiian Islands, t I r -er-t11l.zers.: "
;f) e was can supply all with the "
planters best of .
: -. Mexico the, rospect would be far."more !. ; ; J REPRESENTING(} THE f '
very successfully,carried out suckers at reasonable price in quan- I 0\\ l"-; .,,
cq ... }muting' .-,Butt! people" IO have enjoy) .- ,4,, Our gala, day 'was, a big.succesa and ties of frrtm' 1,000tn 100,000.. Peon:Motoal Lie"FideIffy( and Casualty Company and all '.Fire-Com t- '
Leading '
'ed'.theclimateof'Florida'while'ther n" 'A. .
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: ,: y gotten up without .any great effort.Miami .' E. ,. i r '
: a11 loVe gold just as much as any class, ,can do the.eame'thing again at jSQaiaV4'T 1 II', Miami flat I Special ritee on dwelling property' for three,and fire i years-:; ; '. .
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: .. It of people in, the,world, while theKlonjdyke ; any time ,it feels'so displisedl'on a>few '. f'i', t ALSO RESIDENT AGENTS FOB ".
,:.l", fields! are rery'rich! yet the'Alas* daysnoticewithouany; INSCIRCUIT:! COURT. : at'C1 Tli Jl'DICIAL ClB- -'HALL'S. '
: particular: effort SAFE AND :
c ,/ka\rimatemak"es.ohe| !: shiver to, think ; f ; CHIT/ OF FLORIDA; ..ix.Asrn-roR: DAD \ LOCK, co ;. .T'
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CnA 1CzRv: And brokers jd-Fe
Fertilizer
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'r about It. V Thecomtniuee havlnK"the ; .
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r : * Itie American Contract and yt tnance- : Notate
;There areafew iiMty ; -".'js be a.:: rsu.'bU Stat..tJ.a. ...
bad cases.ofgoltflfefer . to, congratulated on its /COlJIpanJ". et al.,..CompUilnants, ;
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't in city; but it' costs success . \ji, '" ,. Henry E.J'e rlne,et' aL, | \" ,
F ti' about six" hundred dollars to make,the : Defennanw.ypoii .
I ,trip'aod it i!>,out-or the'question to attempt ,EDWARD:,.. HIOGS..' 1' I aphid 1tieq pf 'the complainants in the ,. -

r [ to get theni, ld'radbe' jh.iS.bri bfyoungthan passed/away j[ above stated jcause.'it appearing' on the.iaom: ; : '
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of their Agent and \'attorney,that'thA .
ore,next. : : spring. In the last'' Friday the 28rd : [ .
meantime ,
,. instant, at' tbe defendant*, ijennr: ?.'Perrlne and Emma F I \
't ;bear ardor. will, rpbabJy.cool:, ". jhomepf his parent, at Lemon'City, a r.,'y/80mrPerrineiii! wile,Clara Rodgers Radciiffeu : : ,? 12t h Street,west Passenger Depot J\ ....
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l''of., ..... f' .: .- u 4. i 't .. ,_ '" l eran'illncssof\ only! fewdapd.Tcanoe :u-tf' Robert unbar? Radciiffe, "her .husba a d. rL. k ,. ,:. \1 r \ .
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s IMPROVEMENTS; :MIAMI. of death was\;; persisting, imp IC- .. i..
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J Walker, Individually and as'Executor of Hester f1P. Bread \
{ .,. lion: He win;down 'the Wl r ; ] y 1P.nlla', + wit
,. Probabl f b"afrrt; )" thousanollars d on keys en ferrine Walker 'and Floretta, }Vells Walker,hU [ f
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:f.t -has the trouble began and/couid rioljget' *1fei HenryRelmaa / HomeMadev f K r
; >?' already ben pent in payipg \ Dural (land' \annle .6.A J. I ,. t ,*, :
'. .oq .; ,the -streets, and..:Bay Boulesard.i n the:aid ,of: a phl 'ian until hew\( l Duval, his Holcoinb!\ wife,Curtis W!.Holcomb and ElIzabeth : til\| "tt 'I'i Graham, ----:;. '
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his wife Henry R. Durfeea'n .
pmt, but pur: city is not laid out .on brought; 'to' Lemoti.lCitr' lfjJ.\! \ ". Fannie) E| Near are ,non- e811Iel tsof. the: '- \ Baked daily land Delivered Free to any.part of town.Bolll I

.r : 'aa, I miniature b !e1andi' there is..'still'"an Jackson, Jr., of Miami,;was then,l hail ti-. .' State".of Florida,.and are residents of a State ,Buns, Cakes. Pies EverytLiDg"fir6t-class. Specialty of fresh 'oafecdo '.P .
fiamense/_ /amount of i work to be done lyedmmonedt but by;that' time'a ,jbad, or country 'other than.the! State' "'of and note, ,I have uncut the most; modem and firat-clasa ovena .Picnic and i

I ..'- Over ,a hundred men have been at caseefperifonitlahaddeveloped'doctor J 1 The Florida.. and're resjdent* jot' the. Unitedt parties furnished ou short notice."' ; / / QC ..
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., l f work 'continuously for did all that .medical skill couid' teJ;and that, !,there !$-no perion in' the Stale : ADAM\! MATER 'I
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; jai d 1 if/'they/; are kept) busily':'engaged7ri I: suggest idi-eleive the sufferer\and [ *\would bind such or either of tbem.an Remember de I dellTereverrtl'iaRlrfe of ch f je.. Remember. .the pUf.. 13th BtnftJust w.n .,
.; ? fht along ...tli the;"ork-or pavipgthe. \few hours tit, eemed. .as 'If hej was ? that theViid defendants each over the pallS nrer ,l-a- ata tol i '

: :streets which. it,has already bee ,easier and might t "be saved, but the diagtoL. |tsenly'oreyears.; I It ; :
t It Is therefore Tfiat said'dt'tendaDt'i'd ; -t
4. decided to pave;: they will-not;be.rom';, \sense bad adPabcedt.! (too far, the sufferer appear! lurderei tto the Bin oV tjomplahit the in the- .. :t:
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-::.j. iUted them by the time'the'I Royal, Pain passing! away,nexVday.:: Mr.: IIiR fgS"above stated cause upon Monday,the Eih day rof Practical itreSS'lake: !

;" Opens. ,And then ,1tbe\\'Park!1.It. ::will I was',18''j, ,yearsl ot age of7a,.8ae5/hesltonstitutioni''aod hy' SeptembeK;; ,' t the office of the Cleric of aid A ,','.C/'O'O.D.W'l l "IN r
iake, Court,In Juno,Dade Florida.r 7 '.J l d
an.. immensearnount| 01.l. labor' t< > ) ,emlotrwl. with'' a, Ahd County ;Avenue D; opposite Hotel. Miami' 'I j ;
"i mind .-; it !to further ordered.That| this order be All kinds of 1attresses'on' ,
:; rtiuE i it in' perfecWhape.. It was no t bright and mostpleasanFdispoaition. : --' .published in the 4iiia-.nl Hn> . .. ,, J made to band and '
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< -,1 ,reawy1 for last' 'The summer'1s His i ,untimely ft'd"i8 sadly. BOPpuisna i care taken'
', season. ; ie'paper\ published in Mla'ml.; bade. County; in, remaki .Mattrf'8ses. ,
'weanngAway.and.: / it is a', l'os'qU t'tOD plored by all who knewhim., Thelerieved | -'. 1 Florida! ,'oneefa week for fovreoniecutive" weeks. x }..rt f Second-Hand. Goody, ; Bought, ;: and. Sold. ....' l ;' _
JAi, ;whether} it. will be.ready for"the.neitThin .family. ,_ Have= the,most heartfelt' : J ,!15 fine The: Hon Jo n.D.Broome, : ;, ," .r ." .
3; ', thinlbt sympathy" of"'the. entire communityj 1'! JuJgeofnaldCotiriatJnno.Dade J '' '
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: this juncture H. Ilj Palmer, th /mail charge.of J. ,1 JliII, roadmaster,.with ,:J There has always been more or less I l the. engine, while. the'$team Jva*scalding -' .;
T BAD RAIUYAY WRECK clerk, made his appea:ranc l\c had 'ar engine 111 work carar.rlved fro trouble. at this'' point.' Only.,:l. a few his. back, before his Wonderful j "f-
fixed up his mail and was'' washing his lest Palm t>ach. The party consisted weeks ago there was a bard washout at nerve bad'mastered his pain-was talking ,r
\ '-: 1. face and hands when the aWident oc- of M Bill aUd his :section his same saw grass pond and all trains half delerionsly about his wife ana
\ urred. 'His .iar was J a4 )' \imasht'd foreman Stati n Agent. Bradley Ext had, to proceed!,, very slow and with babies. When the fathers who were In
One Side, of the Saw Grass Trestle' : and thrown over pn its/ide i Wly23. press Agent FLamopd, Dr. Pugh, great care in_that vicinity. for,'Several bearing heard; him and tbonght of : p. t'
Eight Miles North of West Palm\' feet; distant from the engine. Palmer Elgin ,F. Curry and a fewothers.,.., 'Mr.' dayI' , their own, little ones! 'the/,turned'away K ;
Beach: Had Burned Away. was thrown violently against the BateS started 0 pr mptly' from these The Qrigin of the Ore' houl o be investigated from the terrible scenVwitb',a feeling'' ,

9 side of the. car, b.t, /somehow he VSX: Lne of the wr k Co help that it badf..uof ,it is'a mi teryto.ufbOW/ such as only those who 'have" seem and, ,
1 aped injury excepting'a few bruises. been asce taint who was hurt or the_ trestle could have, caught fire. I felt the like can' realize; and the mothers ?r
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By this time "Kid" Mathewsonthe I libw badly, and the relief party expected Certainly not from the adjacent:woods, ;when they heard what' the ngi- .
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oble'IittItdi-reu"lJ; had found; the engineer. to find ''matters'in much'worse because there was .no indication any. neer was saying; bow they did' strain'
4 'i'' He was pinged down* ulider shape l han they' ',were. They broughta Ore on the land in"the vicinityand the those innocent babes Ito their, briasts ... ,m
No .Lire*..Lost,* bat EnftatMr F. W. Amiaonof the overturn locomotive and Was; cot along) and Enginee 'Amason was portion of trestle which.'4 was! burned and kiss their sleeping faces againtand\

3tiaml. H;d a 'ThrUlinj. XxperUnc I enveloped by a cloud of escaping steam. moved aboard the work car, in a, few way was' out over the/water. Both again. / I \ n
an4U, Sariomlj lujared-Re is third the ends of the trestle-where it connected Wehafeno idea / the' value
[is head and upper of his body minutes passengers- were: also ; as -to of
A the nly Penon Inured.A were\ free. He was perfectlyCGIV-; transferred, arriving:. ,at/ West Palm with the'embankment'were intact there property'destroyed.-,, locomotive, .. L
scious and cool and implored those who Beach about miunight. _" being confined- onesectio'u of mall and, + ,baggage care are badly ;
1 was ten" minutes endea red to peer down into, "his pris-- It,18l'eIDA] incredible that this bad 'bout fifteen feet in length,:about'Aalf wrecked. It is./quite.probable" that jtbe:

4 'toeightlastTuesday nn -tc/try and liberate,him as soon as sml1 h-up could :nar!>.:,occurred withoutloss way between the two ends., ,aggregate loss' will exceed $10,000.() I .
night as train,' pos, fble. f bf life.' tt'Uhardiy seems possible No blame can attach to I the officialsof The operating department'of ',the F;

,No. S5,the southbound -i As soon as lights were secured the that{\.the engineer a.nd\.'fireman could. the com'pa y or fro the engineer.. None E.C. R. W.-go. succeeded in patching
'. fireman crawled 'down. under the enrineN .. have'\fellen under the engine and tender o could anticipate that the" trestle up the road Very quick. A'big excursion -
passenger' ,; accompanied by Geo. L. McDon- and that one'could have escaped would be 'burned, and -unsafe by the from Jacksonville and intermediate R,
_q ''was running' alC\ 'of Cocoanut Grove, 'a passenger. with ''his l life, and the other without a tiJ.e the train approach., The fire points/was expected on the,regular t'f:

__ along at ,the ,ra e ,They found that the engineer \!Vin. 8crat jh. It also eemy incredible that was dying out and'there. was,not much passenger r train] coming? ..south on ,.
Vs ,, .r f..f- of about' thirtymiles , a pool of water and mud.wbich was Mr.lamer, the mail clerk Mr. Bates, blaze. The night was ,unusually dark ,the night fallowing the accident. By ,
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; ahhour, about two ,feet ''deep. He implored the baggage mas'tlr.'and'Mr.Gladwyn, and the engineer naturally'supposed that time the trestle. had been, ,rebuilt,
: at point known them';, 'to try and get. his less ..loose.Theyi the express'messenger: could have esV jvhen he saw the fire' that it'was. only the road repaired and the eight coached'
as the"Sawgrass Trestle'' ,",about, eight \found that his left leg was em- :taped '\\wit out any broken bones whatever 's :trifling one along the track. Passenger of excursionists came whizzing, along *
miles north of'West :palm Beach. ,when bedded in the;-mud" ind held down lay '' '' t ', 'l engineers, as': far as we, are ware, passing ovir the trestle in safety with
the passengers: who were-sitting enjoying the lever:of the engine. With a little The'trestle\ mu t :baXe caught fire ,fn\not: supposed to stop their':,trains out'any .fd<*of.the accident which hacf e
the cool easterly breez as it blew, 1 fforf this le! -was'released. Butxwith Sometime in the, afternoon.. How it and, 4nvestigaie every ,apparently occurred at that point Just '24 ,hour, [ ,
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through the 'window? felt the train 1 the right leg it was different. This i caught;'Lfs a myster r,. as there i is water I trifiin \fire which appears along' the 'before 'f "1 v
.,. shake tremendously and its speed:rapidly i "eejned .to; 'be'-jammeddowdVand pinioned on both sides_ .and fire could not have tra k. \ J'1., r: Word ,frbto West PalnJ Beach.thisS "'
:. decrea e....Those who ,had been in by'the frame of tlie I()(' mo- c communicated' from, the woods, even if It is remarkable that loss of life ana morning is! to the effect that Engineer. "

... 10. i collision:; ,or:wreck bejore braced themselves 'j five itself.- The puny force present; the. .adjoining,\ ' forest. '!, had been: on fire, much .more'erious injury did not re j Amason was as comfortable as could be y
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. as firmly as,pos4iblebetween'the! without any mechanics! ...contrivance but there was no sign of any fire in the ult. ; \ v _; i : expected yesterday., It- iabelleved:: ,i 'lia'rthat .-.1
-.eats and shut thei/eye8"awaitng[ : to: move, such a weight ;Deemed ,to be woods\ ". Possibly fthe: trestle might We sincerely trust' that the nervy engineer he wil have Dully- recovered and ,y" } 'J. !
'ct sb. There waano sudden shock j but lelpless to1 aid poor .Amason, ,who was .have caught fire from I 'a spark' 'dropped will' 'rapj 1" recover, entirely fee able to[resume bis,duties In' the. l, w 1/ ; ,;
after running with a jarring; jolting, Buttering 'intensely m the pressure by.a passing train' during the morning. from. his injuries. \\ course of at month.' 1:1 i "1
motion for some'thing over a hundred' on' .his, leg and, 'his scalded back' :.It and burned all day.[ At all events one : The brave and faithit1i little.fireman 1 I '\ ;-1
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feet, the smoking' ,' coach, in wfiich we wascsuggested that the., earth might be !side of, [tone sectio of the trestle had delerve .medal for the way he workedin ', |rLadies' y .ti.

were seated/and the passenger ,coach dug''away from.bencitb, his leg,. but it burned '!"sway by t "e\time 'our train the effort'to save his chief Aid Societj'SociaL'Th .
4- in our rear/came to a stand-stflt.ti_Con-; 'was r impossible to' get at the point came along: and: the' flickering flames. Geo.' L. McDotiald' was" 'the best!White social and .dance given by theLadies. '1'!

-i, sIderabl'smdke'and a smell of burning where [the ':was -pinioned and use a made but little ligh tAmason says he man ,at the wreck. Hey crawls;I oil pr grease floated' in through the shovel. : Then It wa, i* that, suppose* it was as. all'fire alongside'the'track into the hot muddy! prison and worked i'Mission, of iamilastTo.sdajuigbt- ,, j- ;
r door,and;; window. '"'*ri: ,,.tl'. VCapt.Jas'.i j "KID ,MAr'HEESOJ?" or the. end of, a,few ties'urn- up to, his waist in water and ,mud try- on' the vera das of the Hotel Royal'
: McKay U. S. Marshal release Arq ion.' :' Palm, was almost enjoyable and sue-.1
portrayed the character of.a true,and .i ing anti he' was O the trestle. He lug to \., "
who/waspn board as a passenger,bound<< faithful friend. Fo r!, over.: two'hours, he, then fe1411-itgiving war as the engine There' was a number of negroes on' ces'sful' aWai ,We- say enjoyable; ,' because -\' ,
,fo 'West' Palm 'Beach; where he was 'worked deep i n water, scratching came a po'n it, and to u's hiS own words hand but.they feared to get down under everybody who' was present had <
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scheduled to sell a;,lot of.wrecked lumber desperately|with h j' hands to ryan he"threw, her wide pen and tried to \the engine.' One negro, ow-eyer. \Jolly: good .time;*we say successful,. ,
.. V / yeSterdaY, was just entering the remove the' .mud an( ( roots.from around make acrt 8i" ,He Id; 'imake, across," lad a white. heart and courageous soul. having in mind the financial ult;because <3\\
,door of the' .smoking sir for' the purpose . lie, imptisoned;.le of Amaont at the, because the. rails .ar good and.heavy _R;.'. eta"'v.rl_ with the fireman the whole (S.JGrabam-w1ip! carries,t1e.'i, '
.of conferring;with 'the.writer"on ame tjme urging h or to keep up cour and they.'',bent lo\Vlrt but as one'side time except he went down to the bag ot, t e .society, was_ : jingling the'' ti : :4
a business matter |when)'the\ trouble .age.: It]-was finally learned that of the trestle. was intact the other! side sand pit two miles,away',to find a crowbar goodly a um;of over sixty dollars as a ::1 ,
': .I' \'occurred. Tb!'suddclh stoppage,of the crowbar could be had at -t sandpit, sank and 'the, l locomotive f eft"the track. with which'Amason wa.,finally reeased. result* of vtheJ tfair"when'we' saw heron t1 :
\. ..: .train and the jolting:threw him against two miles south OR the-wreck, and a After .running over Ithd crossties and .:. *" her"way;.to the bank the next day ," f '.t
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,the'eoiner, of '1a{ ieatwbich)lie struck [ mairwaajlt. I ,| ; once- patched d to.secure- along the'Vmbank'ment for ,about:; fifty It was. startling to see the promptness The,, affaik vwas conducted bjf ,
.t V with v his abdomen and: ;, a goodadealofSr it:.rr-. '{ \I" 4Atnaspn feet itfrolled,dowtfthe side:and turnedcompletelyover.It with w'hi b-.several l well known Mesdames'J. SFrederick; 0. M i Garda c .\ .
force: It knocked the,wind,out ofhim., ' is' posse 'ed of 'wonderful ) evidently broke prohibition: 'passengers produced<< :; 'bottles ner, Forrest Lake, &", Geaham.A.Bingsley : ;; .. .
andfloored; 'hltn. After assisting the. II nerve, ana, despite"his terrible., sufferngs'liis. loose from\the;;\ )Rjail.cj, r which was bet of snake'poison* antidote from'their $ and 4 0.:? B. Parker, assisted byc "r '\f -

Marshal 00'a'seat and finding.fthat, he, head walks cool asnnyofthose : hind the tender' ,, lor. { 1 carran valices when it'-was 'needed to ,susta&nAmaso'n'l several of,, 'Miami's ''prettiest :'yonnk' .a

it;; f' ,'t..WIS not -seriously', injured: 'we ranto,, , aroqnd, bjm., 1\He Insisted.that off sin a: course, at least :thirty' degreessiesG'of ." ,*:, 'laijieswboacteidaswaiterV{' '.qTbe' /, + .
t % :;thV; forward end of!(: the?ca,:and; .saw his)leg\w*'; vh 'ng ''heid\ down' by.the, that, taken; j the locomotive Capt. McKay U. Marshal of Florida , attendance .was' very large,;the' .

'll). /a !hatlthadstoppedwithinafefeetofa. : woodenc'se4t'of his i;engine., Those and roilght up in, the aw'grass\' thirty; says ,the first; thjng, be thought night was delig tfully'breezy'ndcooC;; r.
'. r section of..trestle'which had ,been who'gutdo'wnlntoth: ;muddy.pooland, or.forty.feet west, of the. engi e. The i about when he got up,from, his sudden the mosquito was* a bsentttheniusie.. t :
0/-: urged away: thefragment,aowhieh! felt down }boat his leg came; out and exprfss,,cart\ also b'rokj I& from the knock down was the sweet recollection good, the .floor iof :the j1,front yer inda- ;-
,. t ere still unhig. ,Ar :.1 It,r,,;;;<;. said;.jhat he was 'held' .down, bT*the mail car,faba its momentum' having that ttiepremum': 'his ;$10,000 acci well Wu .>,Tl elemonade. ice cream ,t. ;< I. e

;;It wasdin ttlIn" 'the,darkness,.to tejt t massive iron, 'frame' of heengineItself. been 1\i, pretty\ (well stoppedjdid not getaway dent/policy was. paid up.' It was no and cake of'an'artist and'ivere! the''supervision" . ".. ""
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.: ust what had happened. The,express !Thef;feupipo8ed,. :'he ..w, s' delirious: ..Itseemed from'|the line 0/ they road'at: its laughing,matter at the time, but,.we all:;d* \. e' "
,..;..'tur;- which was, Jiist-J, aheadVof 3t thesmoker toj5 c ,*V howe'ver, .,that, 'he,lwaa rear end,.but rested, partly the. saw 'cannot help,smiling,as, 'we recall the licions.:. ,It"was so goodVandthedemand ,
'- was partly turned?ovejyone : perfectly rational., When' the crowbar -' grass ponoVand r partly Jon' the 1 timbers- expression./ ,'hf his:race as:, be-was.,pickeciip so great that all the refreshments were
{1'.lr de being jBull !Testiugupon'th, !-tim- 'wax'obtalned a-few well-directed' of thriwreckipd.trestJelV, it after his corporation and.the end ofa : exhausted:-long before\the, gathering r
V ;. wraofthebrotentrestle'andtheotber 'efforts.'released him.l.; It.was "found L:Two, boys', namedJTeihe reaihed'West seat had come in collision.-, looked dispersed, !9 e hinK.whicheli occurs -. -
tj v 'iq',the saw g..aSlt P9 ; tWea ascertainet that liil// is;>leg>,was' badly bruisedabdswolleno ;JPalm' B ach at aWut-9 o'clock on' : as if be was in doubt, whether: ;a, mole on simllai occasion; and it speaks, ,

:I'f.-- ; .that Rbb'e(Gladwin,'the express ties.a :. bones were broken.c.It. the i night i bf the accident, a idf I bad. kicked him whetherJbe: {.hac; most loudlyin'praise' of the. qualitr-of"- "; .- Ytherefresbments4'
';, _l) ngertvasnninjured; : I ) ,: felt.'ouiv,waj seem l":that: th e|weight .of the locomotiye. -' the ,trestle at'the,s r gra @tedtbat I been used as a punching-bag, by ::Fitzaimmons. ';4'" ,5'. I /" f
-iigrose the'broken"tirabers.inTthe dark .'Ws,' upheld, by se .ral large! ,timbers Was oni fire when, they:passed ., J ;: > t. Twenty:seyen/of? .thebest peopUfof, : +i
fiessTto learn the,fate of(the, engineer,' of: therecked trestle' ,and the ''about two'hours before; :lit wa ;We shall not 'give the..names of 'the' Cocoanut Grove ware in-attendance ,as t', I

: .. '\'fireman- and 'mailclertn. 'By this time weightfupon'yhts. -legwa'not'snilgientto that the trap, :had'lejft Wes-Jupiter prohibitionists, we' referred ttbut, :well\as many,from within_; a radiu'" ''o' !,
'!'j YDtcBitegthe:baggage tnan,had: light crush it;'but enough t bruise it and 'on time and ;i being over an, aourJate3r'adley, ., their 'medicine way:: f it"wbat Was several.wiles'o.f Miami. .. ,_ --' ;. '
edi)linfernind: being uninjudvol; hod| tin: ,V,iprip;;like:fhat of a'vice.. .the station' agent,-. Mr. and needed ';Amason' could nQtr'bare hat The,Verandas were1Uuminated' with<,
'uneered\ :.to run'to NestPalm' Beach; :Amasou bad': been pini ned' 'for 'over. the other employes elt /newsy: after any,better prescription if a well stocked 'lanterns' and the'piano was''moved out
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,. '- ,tadistance', .of eight-:miles.' i for': ,asslst"i ,- two'bours and a half, bud thanks to the' the report' of>ttie"-boys; as received. drug store had been at hand, jt on the front"veranda in.close'proxlmity' *
'.. n ,, :t. ItT" -. hope whichithe efforts" to aid him iq.. were trestle Mr. Bates,.the baggageman is getting -. to the dancers., t i.
.." 1\\4 /,, ; ,They; about to run u p.to,the : .
j T: I.: ,the/meantime }ffL. Hooveitbe;; spired, and a'considerable'quantity o on" 'p handcar to/asekrtal I if any accnstomed'.to.to this sort of thing, The' 'handsome handkerchief, case
"f conductor; badllghted'his lanlern and 'stimulants frequently administered .trouble'I had occurrai, :when'Mr. Bates if there: is any such thing as getting made by 'Mrs./C. if.' Gardner, which .
L ')]goile7ahead1to! learn the,lale' (.his.en- I during: his frying ordeal, he.at n 'time arri'e svfth the. :ne \ wreek: ., use&Jtu it. :He was in 'the. mixup [a t was' given to.be voted for,as a price for ,
r.. -gin erand, fireman.: The -'latter' had lost) 'consciousnessi, Hi ebi3 'com. Mr. Abason 4wt: taken.thg Semi. Miami in June,of last year and bears a the'most, popular lady netted over: sixteen "

f' 'jurnpedbeckinto,'thetenderwhen ,he,: plained principally* of his Ifg. but after nblej'Hotel, Nest/ al.m B \|:b, ahd"was slight scar on' his' chin as a momenta dollars and was\secured by Miss ='
*Jel4the trestlF giving;:way'beneattithe he was'.released and carried to tbecampO're resting in ;comparative ,coi fortwhen ,of that'former. occasion.< .. , Ola 'Johnson. |r \ ? r* r,
'engine.tVhen; .U left' the track .arid 'which!the- pa s ngera hadmade we saw \[him J last on; Wed nepdey'morning 'The f METROPOLIS man has also 'had The musicians ki dly\volunteered

"' .,. ran-ilbii'g the_ .ends of-the.crossties and it was found i that .tnje most seri-, ;, r, t\:,j is .blie> d'' that ,he,will fully the. :spe ience-or both occasions. ana their serv.fcw! which,the.ladies;highly f
'f> the \edge of ,the,embankment'he- wasp bus,''injury. ; , that wkioh now gay recover in a/ ew wee ,s. B 4t" a burn of has no desire anything further. ; in appreciate., \ \ \ ,- 'r fc
-; &ring"to jump. When! the engine him. Intense ''pain" w\is 4 t ible,burn such.largeyirealTalthough 6l but i little. that line. The aid society'will hold a\meeting: .

.. ''ind<<: tender !rolled down ;the embank or .scald [rwhich embraoid d'Jthe, entire depth, isjnot a_ trifling matter' and' he There were' four lady passengers artodecide'wbatl4ispoeitl0n'will'; |\ : ::'
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times{and. turned completely :giver, be upper halt o! his.back./The\ strainhad shouldeve the best of care to jbsur; aboard'and three of them -had babesin be made of: the proceeds. A portion }
"" .'= was i nthespaceorpassagebetweenthe been."so great;.for\ two''hodrs. that heV I''' his recpyery. Besides the's lock to his their arms less than ,a year old. will probably be devoted, ,to the pur-...... < 7 ;

'" 'compartments;:.. wbejre the, :wood is was taken with, a fen eYe e' nervous nervous.I ,system,.must, .have. ,' been'jearI The ladies made no fuss whatever:' ,A* ,chase_ or.a -few _things needed bythe-;\ :" .; Ra
, ,Btocea; and'as..,the'tender;! turned Qver ,chill, when that' best I of alt remedies, ful.,/HeWin I never' ; forget' those three few ,minutes after Lheahakeup'tiiose! Sunday school and the remainder. used.; v" ''Y, ;
t its bottom covered him' like a roof..and when takes judiciously!as almedicinewas ,.. liours ujiqer his1en; :' \ that, !saw chubby lumps,of! humanity were in' paying a part of the debt, ,on the!, \" ..,

proterieVil'ufrot i mn)uryN He.crawled administeredHn. : I hall ''tumbleir; grass' pond when the'tire' of: being sleeping as peacefully they could church ,,building. \..
'out without a scratch;in less'time iha'jt.'jhas dose and, he soon J becarn comparativel liberated"ppearecl, << ; ry' 'poor have done in a cradle at/Jiome.; utterly' The'ladies'Aid Society;has made:an_' ,\,:.., "h _
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f ,\' l 'taken' :us:to;;*rJ tee ibis" paragraph = comfortable' : '| 1 U": ** /with the possibihtg.ofthe i tr eat iron oblivious of how near they bad ben'to ,excellent) reputation knowing bow:'>* _

r !, and"Immediately. : began toll ShortlyAitetward'; ;; >'.beortexact : horse .settling"doW upon himatranmoment J death or'the life of a cripple. Blessed get* ;sip' enjoyable, socials and'1tAnext ,
,and* search foribe engineer in,:a f ran- three and a quarter b rs'aftethe \ 'and crushing bim,out; of existence infancy f'; Happy childhood I effort will no doubt.alio,be,well_ _, *, '1"to ;

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I : )f5.: I -_ \ t THE UA tI METItOP.OLIS JULY '30 '189?. . 1 > 1 < t. : -


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1 'Bna-/ Wh Ii in Jacksonville ISCAYN BAY FLORIDA Florida.. At the same- time; I projected' the freeze was more- severe one and founded the beautiful village of hundred miles south ofhiahom> ] or ,..1grove

l \ \iSTOPATTHERiverside '- , : \ ,1, \ Mount Dira. ". A 1 great .many of these people, -f, i"
; ,. \ I' I' \ l I ''"In 1889 fw.ent. to the Indian Territory do not know any better but as;a general ' a
Vita .- \ \ t and'laid out,.(o nd..dl'and, established thing such statements are told' .I J

: \ mV l i .Roten! Its Marvelous\Growth hand\ Pro per I 'the prosperous city1,;of El Reno with a willful purpose to deceive. "j ,.. ?r

f"i |I.. tity\Predicted Years Ago. \ (whose 'pretty >name> was due to.my ,, ,"Ordinary'gray,frosts are freaky and ,"'
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Cottage I \ '. \ +-z-- j\ > familiarity with the'Castilian), our often andnialfes'occur,,ordinary S j

The Magical Beiulti of the Advent\ of the Iron {miles from;the,fort. This was done one, :. .Kght frosts falling spots,wnile oS :i
i Avenue near Bay week after the great boom, when it'was further north. local protection pire .'. ,J
Hone ind ,
the,Opening Up Of ThU
Two miles north t>f Miami, I\, \ St ; / : r supposed that ail of the ':cities. of. the 'vents, but when the cold' wave comes; t
.a close to the Railroad': Depot I. 't. ( Mystlcalltegloa.IIIE.following'ex < ,''
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."Ii \ r > \ l.'ree. ; \ Territory had been projected and peo then ordiniriiy'frost-proot'opotshaveS .
; bay., 5'' inmates .firm--the', One of t.belINea'r) l8l'lu; the City, to pled. But 1 saw the mistake\ of the Utile!'a Y ntage'wer .other*places tin

,New Baildinjj, large, airy "-vBWIrooms. >. the Union Deriot.' /.. great 'boom' town founders,'and in the their, i isotherm, and-latitude alone can ;:
.' face of powerfulopposition my town be; depended. upon. :, : r
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f ,I'Rates America $Z td $-50 per day : ceilent I artiele.isS ,p.
\' 4Mn 01, Fishing. Boatgr -, I'J' European; Booms SOc, 75c, '$1. 'S from. the pen of depopulated all r.iYals.a it i is now "Consult thf diagrams of the weather ' .
\'r' / ; \ John' certain to be".the capital of the State of bureau and:'you will at once see that 0'-
Cuisine. A.
nch 4 Col.
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R. Bixlew & Son :
iI M don aid of' Oklahoma. during all freezes there Ls:: a difference: -1 ":'
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tfk.', Chaff. --Courly. ; Prop. I : 1-3-11. \' p OP IETOtS.i ,, Cocoalu1trovej a c "I have been identified!:with'the establishment ;lof 3tf or more between eitreme'North-- t
2-14- ; '"of town and ('JOlohi'edn erri and Southern Florida 12**
who is', V l,11 r extreme - ;
-- known all ov..r. Florida, ., j in California, andin'theProvinces ; ; ; at Jacksonville, ,is 10, Fustfsl29D'] at c'
: I } but. 'of .less i importsuce..None Jupiter 40-at. tit '
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'\ I.rl.r the State 48, a : Biscayne Bay and_60 ..
\ \ / : c writerof'excep : have. been* CaJlure ;'and 1. have never KeyAVest, and the'lighter; os the' .
7'MTA} -I been a party td.a town.on. papers' that. the "
\ 1 tional ability : northern. part:of: .the State >
I riiis! \description lof Biscayne Bay appeared \did not'beeome a town in reality \anywhere greater, the ,proportionate difference..

\ ,in,an Ka4t Coast- ournal.over i A trost!O'n..D'"Visits Northern Florida .
{ '' l"1. havebee looking forward far25 when we feel, no' change of' tempera '
E tao'yeareago. Sjnce! then: the railroad :
i :,1"- BUSINESS a RESIDEN, j'j'i has !ibeen \extend d''to Biscayne 1 Bay years for the time to be propitious to tore at: Key" West, and, very; little at ; T'

; t [jentj-e' it is'Interesting/to note how far ,push a town on Biscayne Bay.I'. n none'' Biscayne Take the official! report' ayour -
: J. the of the towns where I.was in at the beginning guide and 'go south till yoo.findthe
i r predictions. of COI' cbonald.pave :
[1 ,.- 'j \ \ I been f ended up t'the'present: time. Have r seen* such a'I promising I i cocoanut: trees_unhurt, ; and:the pe4- '*

; \ "Cri .the shore\ if ,Bay' Biscayne,and future as Biscayne There;; are thinegreat pie shipping tomatoes during and after

i"3 Now For I Sale\'J.\ .....:. / \\ .\ r ,.l;.l1IIIoJlIs1 on the' mainland\ Flori i ,opposite reasons; It'\ is.! a '.seaport; it is the' great frosts of. I 1891-95: ,:"and"that r'I ...
.. the most healthful. .spot oin earth and placewill 'much "
;! / I- .Cap<| Fori| 3a nlft' js destined to be not be found north of,
'" ,;, the most agreeable and delightful climate Fort. '
." wb..re
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'4 I' "" one jof the great j cities of ou tat. : Lauderdale, from !sea or
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r. The' Bay is well situated for,' \ \ of, which:. any knowledgeexists'. land you can see_tht'majestic cocotfnut.palms '

/Prices OOOrPf Lot;; towii. Jfis| nearly-one hundred a miles large When :.railroads reach it, it; must Ire? tbsthn:: never'been injured"by.1;* '. : / ....

\ t \\l Oitl from tlM, nearest town ( .the north come th'e"gr..at 'central point: on-the coldsince they were-'planted. ", .nearly. ;,,:
: enormous'traflicinthe (
main land, for the '
: and :lone i hundred. and Orti;niles frontKey sixty years ago j
/ r'lfes4-J-the' only town south of products of t.bt"Se'tropical'seas. It ''I have one hundred dbllars invested ;;

._ Cape, Florida;' With an immense ter- 'i is so much nearer. the West ,Indies Chan i in 'the frost-bitten' region 'for'one a!

"f / \ can have no competitor, when :its pecn the'homeseeker lam |
climate totback : wants, and
l; faffv Miami / Florida'East G Coast Railway be fended to on earth it ujr; this re sorry
Railroad lo
the wfII. avail .
ore known arid ,
fiarsdvantage8 am
are it la aSlt. id. I en'f
-1|', "., each'purchaser ot a lot;provided purchaser will produce receipt for sncU fare, which"i glen will sustain )oo,o( (y people from ..': . .; not tired of the
*' lot. ' \ \ agriculture able. t teal portion"of.the i peninsula. ;however! -"',' _
receipt will bps received as ca in part payineut for I ; .>alone, aiid, a large: city mustin ; :;
'tl 'time. the shore of Biscayne. "It would require a large volume to nor'do I wish to see it. neglected, as,!
.1 grow up on '
i t", ;Call. n_ ,JOHN J1: REILLY, Ag nJ : I j jt ,l set out II\the advantages, Biscaynenaturally have spent. pearly half my lifetime' ,1

: EorDa11as: Land [i iami! ' : 'has as a'place for a-city, so I to it.' I still believe it _
r.: . 'l ? Company; "Ifl :l8JG or'Her a .city'was'laid out helping* develop. .jl.jlilJ
Pf'E.INO, AHAM, =Pres't aj( Cajie' Florida I and.one at :the mouth' ? :t t; more.than be a great-country. .I 4 k- '
YlC \ \ callattegtiontoLfew. "
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: of1 1 changed mind in 'the'least
the ,Miami River, on the .shore of my t \,
I:5 .. liiO.tfr"\; ./Fort; Pallas Lath 1. .Co.St..Augu:; > ne Fla. Biscayne: Bay, butt\ the .foundations, '!'Biscayne! is situated I fat, enough Bard 'to any section' i of, t: vtf"I t

though 'aid with. great,foresight andunderstanding south to be free fron freezes at air 'have Been freezes before and .
of the future of the times, so for those who wish.to,' escape: claimed that all Florida.,had,a'tr .

;=-osFrtillzeNDhosphat: ( eount'y:,}Vf're'half', a\century too,early. cold and'for health or comfort' 'it is the climate; but 'ithas, other. advantages; .; .I; ;

J JI : } , But it is a'well understood, rule that neplus u.ltra\oC.the\ United tates. JAs andmany; over :any'country north of. :r
*'.* to it. is better than the it, and. as trains "' ., '
\ wherelSpanish! ,padre:)'built 'mission! ,' 'comfort even' .soon as through ,are '

I!' .JdcKSONVILLE'FLORIDA; ; 1 where;the fur;trader, built _a'post;* or ;islands ,further south in winter, be- run to 'Tropical' Florida' hundreds of ,. .
.1' \| fromallcold carleadt of 'will be shipped from. .
t where'our'ariny: established 'fort,' isalmost'ipvariably causethebayissheltered plants :
j t the sight of a city winds 'by the great pine forestx to the Biscayne to all'points !1ortb.ever1in-; .{
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r u..Manufacturers'of High .GralfF rl f later. on.i! The time.to build a city at north and west. ,Biscayne' ,i is far ter after-danger' of frost has past. Tomatoes 1

L Biscayne! Bay has, thanks to U. 31. .enoughsouth to have ifs noble: groves can ,be,grown till they" are,hi .. jI<
: t" Flagler rr-oriie after'ajlong wait.. of cocoanut. trees and 1 royal, palms 1 absolutely bloom (a car;,, will hold enough to plant
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: \ ." \ : uninjured, while alt such treea ten.acres'and" .the Florida t .
t $ \ "In Florida we have 'Fo Brook' North gardener
l 1 : 7oiMffio\-'GrtTpers\\ [ should :lIS .the. .IJest Fertilizer{.because the ,best s of 'the have,'thejr have of, .
a north bay can certainty
't' - v- > .. n (Tamp),, Fort. : King' (Ocala<<1 f, 'Fort degree : spring
: r t tt. !hechcapeslo't ". 1 '"' beautiful fronds;,scorched by the dyingbreatHof vegetables before competitor nertb
.: '. \ .. 1\\ . t' : \\ \ t'yprsr'Jort Mead r, Fort Mason "; : any *
11 Enstisj 'datlini Oriaiido old Boreas during;each'great'' o( Florid' This wiU'noc'11ntert: re.'with
tittle No.:1and ( ,JFort ( );.'Fort
: : Bros v T mat'Special '
; .. ros/Yegetabier f :; Little Mellon* (:Sanford), and so on down the freeze ,in .Jlorid: .. On the shores.'of 'the. gardeners 'at Biscayne;, who '
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;, : .! ,- aretheBest.. .- :Brands. on th. list, as 'itlie.' new countries, 'are opened Biscayne Bay a home can be surround: :ship.from the middle i ot November 'till. : 1 ttl

1\I '**;market for r tomatoes.. ; up and! populated., : Tlie city _does.not ed by all the_ glories of.the ,tropics and I the first' of, April. ;They.do riot :care :
. ,j l, : ", always grow at the precise spot._where never be 'even. .singed! fay frost.i, The ;Ito compete. after that time with:North-. '

g;* |>vEins, W JHlaVnsl&Bj i' | nscpmbv: gen ts, the oltfufort'Stood. i Generally some recent freezes..prove that'this: can be; .em Florida. Growing plants will be a' '.1. ."-
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.. : one grabs,the'site' and holds it out of saidof no place north of New River at' ;source: "of profit to them and an ,enormous :"
>4- tf-RS % ",: .r '(: ... :"tvrT A.rT.: ., .'-each' until the c tyt! 'built! and then least That'there is no iocal'caue' for, profit to'our;whole State, What; ,

} '' : ells it for a farm; but the town springs disease is p.1aiu'to anyone 'who'' wishes :a blessing it would 6e 'now,:to oar gardeners :
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<, pand. stays on the nearest 'available! to investigate and there I is a::6sol.utelino if'they could ,have'each"'a car-, '

.. I' ; : : f. no'tWonopolized. |"... suspicion of malaria. \, r tiadofbloowiegtomatoplantsandotliprr : ..

; .NfrthMi i ; thij .t'''The'reasou for thi i is j plain to:the ,";Biscayiie enjoys 'In summer "a tenvfperature advanced' fruit and vegetable'plants \ .

: : ; :a. ell posted.town foun er.' Theearlyp more delightful than! is possU tA..fin, *t e-:, places made waste. -/by :

};:.. ._. ., .". ",.: ., oneers i j explore! the t Uountry ,thi>r- ble atjany\ ;>pjace .north'of'. ': it, and only ,bold, bForSample, ,'a: c will. ,Varrj .
.to-t': "" ,. / 'e'; '1 ,:'; \ y ". : o ghly. ,Thy learn''. from the natives founds\, at points further
;t- > / :Z' ; i" :if' -, ::' : : < t' j best' Ipplnr-of'strategy: tie must the delightful) "tr.adest. which' Ihe grower i in, the open air is well paid,

} ; \; e ily reached from the neatest extent blow ten months (n-to year from the and .50 cents. will handle,and hats. i them

: : ? country, and' ho ""people who follow south ast,'.blowing squarely on: our. 'to any;station in 'North Florida' The ri

:} ThNew' Will i 0 perate. ;, to are as well acquainted With the,natural shore,that: trends northeast and south-: tlrneisnotfardistantwhen one thou-
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west.team'',isTupei1uous'whenJthewind iand carload can be sold In 'Northern'
.:) '- :',. 7 of' , ;; J <." "II- ,.y )+' advantage's as the priests,- tradeia. and *:;
: trappers' ;' !or the. ; army :.o@Iceri; who tlr'almost'always l fait either: wijf Florida anti.brim100,000, !i /Bisc fne; ;

Terminal: ? Develop. .ti\e....M learn. .tli?:top<)grapbical\, featuresIper-' up or down, 'bar ehor4and! thie'tnakesour forat. tiD.poilitt''nortb. :of'tBe'.Bay: can ,;.. j'!

.. .. .. fee )ly before\theyestab\isb a'fort*,orcenler'of -bayand the ,thousands of ,ioYfly.island3J ;the winter be depended upon to'propa "
' i. ,4t (, : .: >:_ -,: ."1' : ,operaton3| ."-.!\ is.a'_fact'that ['south 'of, us,the very'paradise 'gate'ktendee' plans in the, open.aiiC ,. :
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;tf NORTHERN: PORTION OF THE OIT'r thejgreat. ]railroads'usually follow the of amateur sailors. ,,.A !1atataccidentis 'Xet uli hopethat; Mr.Flagler will soon ;0- ;

.. : : old wagon; rpadaTand( tvateif"courses, fmpofsible, '',!hen, the;-vrater'1swarm1trarisparctit compiei*: bis railroad, .to;the::beautiful ."" ; t+ -

Thwe I are"Certain rules understood.by as the atmosjJhere d,so Bay., "-Indian.. River Advocate._ . : ';. ....
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'it North;, Mlalut r ;Lots are :only:half a;mile! froin tIle ;New. tho eycho, ; :,!l 1y.f .founded :jjuccessfnl shalloW' -i .though enough ed'for all smaller hot TEwanton Heights. ./ 8ib-e.'I, : :
tlliiexperlen acres,
crafty *
towns, (and, theyi.:Po, < :
:liiin 60x100 : ;. + mile
L rminalnr wfew' itesty ralSize'l \ upon' 'Ba11ront; one south.of Peacock
J' can junipioverboa.ru
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: the 1 a jrauxpai .
: can bS depended makinga : :Inn atv Cocoannt-Grove.: '$300: :Very t -
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,-.! '. nrear: .of: every;lot. ;, dool'and: 'breezy': .: location fpr'a.:c ty. I "" ".-! f and, ): right his boat wit( hoot hardslJiJit'c1afg cheap. Over 400;feet fronton county; t
., :: "In l&il| purchased / road and small front onthe Bay...Beautiful -,
'' .1: a 4P (:re lot !
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--f' .., ft t .locations. I ' disastroone lreeisinFlorida ''.he' "
r s;nr s r ; 1< ,'" near I the'mouth oP'the( !!Menoalineerjve "Theifecent ; J building just south off the ". A
& i "' ; ,td' $ : : in Wiiconsjn;firopofied a city:and ,have made! this jth? most'ra.,9 -'. ,place ,of Hon.'J.W.'Ewan.- >Apply to-it! ; .
i. : PRICE'I '$5d.0O': i> .75:00: :: r : rjulyg-tf. /-: ROBBIKS.A: GRAHAM. .
f ; offered, the| first town lois: but" 'found able time., ,for manyyearsto'urgetheclaims ;, . . ' J
no. b yers. A few' years later! a town of Bis ,apne. Those who have *'Cheap'Wild.Lands.r': ,

i. v\ Buy'ohe >Ahila i 'tliey jnay be'had"cheap. They wil liega5 ,to grow tinder'' tFe'vaupices; :of: known. "Florwiuv for thirty 'f ears or ,.We offer 50 acraa witbgood front on the::. \ ;
4 JJon Isaac Stephenson. ( he 'greatest ,moreha've'. /seenfreeze4 as severe as Bay, situated on Key' Largo, near Pump-" 'r.,
:' worth double l few hence ,when the\v< kin '
a ; months ewer'minal lumberman"in the world; and today it those.,wei lave passed through l and know Key' ; tmos'Iot ,3 of motion 12. ancf.- 1
lot 1 of aectioa 59,
South
: isl1) completed'! :Easy, :Terms::" is a,fifae. citr'of:'15,6)0 I ) soul l (Marietta! ',. that their! effects were about the'same, Range 4aEiet. Price 13.'Townsbip$18 per acr0. r l' J'
i r It !1i/ that two in ',Also lot 4 of 31 ..
section
Wisconsin. )!} .was five'years too soon. trne :great freezes and Iota 1'and.-
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-S\:" .' J Rob ins. &.;: Graham; : "In. '! sawlhe' ;peambiLltiesatatownl one..wintfr'w never known'l |FJor.. 2'.'of',eection32; Township 60 South, r -
Fort! fda hence ot Range 37 'East-111 ,acre This is a' ,'.'
beforehand ti isis the best
:"" I. at Mellon, i in FJofida;and '
0: penis ula nearMadeira ,Hammock .
: 'on
':2u19 1.tf 'I' 'f ". 't \' :OVER.% T-OFFICE. in .I8 ip mapped; and sold,ihe first lots,, .' time to" select'egion.nbt'subject.'to' ; the mainland.-: has a mile of nice bell t

., .11'I e : -r' ''' ..1 ' ,t, in Sanrord>three-fourtha<< 6f"a:mile!rom 'them'. \[t' \. i: ' beach and "madeira" timber.] Price" $3'per" r ...

n. =-:' -.1 imported Vnelt Ab.j<>, f l'per at.. $tO per pound the 'fortj'. 'ijpublished a prospectus of: .: "Those] who wreli, to grow tropical ,acrt 18-tf, RoBefsa- A:: OBAHAIC. ; *- '..
... i Florid grown one year SOc ". ., ,I 5" '* 1 1I u the city 'andf'predicted t whaV/Kas been''i plants, can now travel.south' until the 1j ; ..
'- W"'n'I, 8um..r..c.-per02.to'.JjOprJb.1.Jlannf.f'tl1 D .8.----- teaI.Tobaeeo *r 4 pr'lb. FIELD AN U ; : "
',',- \ aC O' ee 'GARDEN r>ot paid,$1.60 SEEDS per- bn.t rZiI11 freight VarieUes.not paid./pe s n gar qf. pj-ospej-ous! t<< ,fawn. ; Some ofjn>y,friends! -..'-shows' no damage' from frost, and. there If you-want; to (!get cured t.ry'the
-1- a .Variation,IScprqL,'pos'flal.I.u5: freight or lex.. i in 1 Florida'-'weVe: amused. when I .diatributed -'," they can 'stop'where. mangoes,. pineapples -, Medicinal Well at LongmontBouldcr;
a ). 1.PreR' prepaid. Cucumber Oe per lb port p&d ;' and all 'snyh fruits \ unId/ county;Colorado. Never fails if taken ,
f; .SOn petit ' a good physician.
.6 or over not prepaid iVprJb.- AU othc/.wedn at equally reduced rates, Interaitiont Samord, ,, ,, advice jured in the winter of-1804-9S:.tThfy
t'hose'who tookmy -
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tit kFoal,5& per pkt, l internatfonaIPoaltr1Food,35eperpkL. XJUAMERON, iF managed, by'JM.MuwforllaMsraorr.OLissubscriber. :
:. I| ,9-1aD.97 tl-bf. ,r :> ;.; '. "1 +:i: Jacksonville;v-Fl.]p made'moneyi.i. ,; fe; 'I j j'In [[have never been. 'and .never canbn-, Se'nd accent stamps to ,

: t : . __' :((1870 I.;ksattie possibilities, i.! pf acity :]Jured.. .Where Jhe have: been ,i injjlred' him' for.full inC rr atlon. ', 25junelaug.F
.. A t/Mason Jt. an be dependedlupon that the ame
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mmp : t t'In' V1 g tion chpice.selep at, the office I settled a'great"number Hof(people thiDi' c )rred.illl868t 1$70,1W) and'i vSt.: ;;Lucie irty acres river"on, being the south na fork of lot of 4 the, of

L. Fe r. : .t. n--- nllQ ;,pf the" ,METROP- in the; .surrounding' country and ,in ":::1888e/aDd will agar nt similar intervalssoiiobg : "ecli 17,,T; 38 8., R. 41 E. Good pineapple -j r.
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U UlllWh 1 U \ ., 1880"laid out and sold the ftrst.'bushiels; arFIO 'llaarwhote Doi not believe land at $3, not $30; acre. Apply -,
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SS_, !_ 1 /: He Sltrtplr Kicked. Ten Acres at.North Kiami."L\ \ ''''k,

fCaptain ( t1U"1\1: aude--hat dd'T wheriyou' Being.the a If of':'ne %ot ne %of B o- 1 t
NorthMiamiTown Lot l rascal, rah a rar for : lion 5H South of 41 '
; : S \ ked'hlm my hand?" Townbhip Rangd \
:, \ Voii ought ihrakhed to be thrashed! for leavtughome ] :Teddy few 1it-He was too busy to East;lying between, the railroad and Bay , t., '
gun for
and u getting] talkl Town Topics very close to the Bay Good land.: PHce. f
( Ranging in .Price From,. $30 to $ 0. a1 laTd a ship'withotit permission. j l lSl I SLSJO..J./ '". &..- .' \
waway7'"P eas/,sir.my sisterebmntiened A C..TLraGl"Who \ v' '-l.8tt.1. RnBBI5 3; G. .S .:
..:. ; A Selected List, of Bay Biscay ne Property., \ takin' iiusic lesson an" prac-' U the belle to-htghtr aaakedihe wAa .'

." f '',F.rU1Tra ts ,and ChearxL'amls fo -!nvcstment. \ ti 1; scales onth planer.an' I t.hodghth He looked they waltzed around around the room tbe'ball.to lee ,NATIONALHomeSeekers: -- _' ,: ..

;d. / '-' V Fro"tProof, : Bearing Orange Groi ts. ,\ e won 4n' be :no' planers'!' on Now they never speak it'alL, "
; 'j' 4 \ NO. i L nets, .sl ?/ '
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.Choice/ Property is er once plyse1f.": I _, w., 'REAL ESTATE 'EXCHANGE

;. ;MOSTrpESLRABLE ,LOCATION AND! .", I. ,:To B. airs In and About Miami Df.. Biactya* 1 .- *;
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andSpanishMaekeretFishing, 10 proertft
;' ': :" LaJ ;bal. ', .,.:. iiKeiysto be divorced by' his vife \llorcrufely .King.RapWs Tarpon ot the Miami *.-.v ..'. . ..'....J.: 4< Eihanging Prope ;, fySpecialty.
*.. ;_. ;\ | |\ eFloridaEver Everglades'A,34 I .. Send Deecriplion; of what
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Seminole lndlanCamp.g : 9 '
f}r narltMf 1VSiaY i. f'la. II KnbxeyWhatli!\ He's the meekest of' The Punch Bowl and Kulns.:...:,: : ''?.. . -.4.:; 3 .you have and what you want., I ..'
men. X .- "J , Cape Florida and the Old Light.. .,. ... .'.'. 8 .t
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) ;; --- ---- .-- --- / I she home Fowey Bocks! tight. ... .....J.1.| .. ,.'. f ,,15 MALABAB, INDIAN RITES, FLOBIDL _: V
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xey I The Florida Reels: / J. .J.. . . is "
/ clre sf-Tvhichshe| told .:'i wad aperfect Deep Sea .XV.r".:. .... A.13 r C C- CARROLL : ;

,.,. iI. :; : poem and' he absently triedto, The Bear Coral Cut J. Gardens: .. .: : :. ::-:.<:.. ::::.;i.:;:::: '.:.30., 4 .Octi64llsBealjEetate; .Agent."'. .. ',;-I 1 55 b

; , throw* it'in the fir .-Pittsburgh' .. Norris Cut. ; .,. .::,, ..'.:I.r.) '2
; Cwsar'sRoekandCreek... : .. ] . . .. .. S5 r
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Ill* Limitation. > Elliott'sKeysj.."-.ij..i \ tJ. - ( : : 25
Key Largo.V. .T-" i-j'....\i.. %.....f.[ .. . .r.. r W MM PAINTSH: Ot y .,
f: ; He, can skate.a fancy figure' on the glitter The Hunting Grounds";.(.":1..';.:., ..-. .(f..:. .....t is : ,
glary ice; ]\ l'I .. . .
,ng 8amFiier'sGrove. ,. ,1. \;, ... ) .i.l.: .; 2 .
He can:dance the dreary two-step ep In a style Little raver .f: ":. .';.? :':.\:.,-,. ,-to.1' j.-U'*.. 16 T. .WEAVERr. PROP.R.4, .
that's very nice \ Arch Creek .'. ..,*"...l7-tJA.-J..i.J.j; : | [ U "
I.r. ( \I He can have his pick, f ever he's? Inclined to Natural Bridge.;!': ... :.;.r.1.. ...-. ..i 1'' ([..!.in.i House, Sign ;and' Carriage: . . : ,
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t + Coraannt Grove. .L" / .!5 '
\ take a/wife. "l '
a But! he couldn't earn hU limn if}it was to 1 emon City. 'l.r... ... ., ....J_.: ," ..:.. +\.. j5BnenYieta. \ ;f::: } ::
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94ve his life. l, Cutler.. :..f. '. : :.:, ::, ".tr.:) ::.. 15 -
1 ,oj. The Royal Palms . .- .... .... ...." ..* 5 1, RIDIng ._ r
"'' The Giant Bamboos. . . ......: : "'61 I : },
; ;"' Wild Orange. Wild Lemon.'... .1...:.:. ."I" ,2'' ,
:. J 7' 4 ,A li1yW a4JHlg. i Wikl Lime Grove,.. .. ...:.... :.. _.. ...: 2 \
? "Baker's Hatilove:. .. . .. : 1
i. : : : .15 Decorative Wall Paper Hanging
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4J'.... cy Snake Cre k. ,f. : 10 : .
:! .. TheCrocodtlePond. .: . .-.. .] .'. .J.-W ialty.. Graining, Hardwood Finishing c c
1 ',; Hou fli'Kefuge.. .. . ". . . tr..j.k' . .. 10 : :and Kal miD8'. AU work <" *:.:_
Indian Creek and Oyster' Beds.I.-M..J. a> i ; Beat of r ,
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i : 1 The Old Rains& -the Miami.. .,. ... .]. .: if guaranteed .. ,/ .r v
; Fort Dallas. .... .. . . ....r .... ncea will be IYI'ID.' ? uAre. : .:of'
14 A Cruise on the Bay of Florida and Among ::D and 9th St,, MIAMI FUA7may97lyhl .
J1' 4)i the Keys .. .. : . .
The Florida'Gull Stream.,., Banks.L I i .
: Eight Hour Sail to the Bahama: ;:.... .: '
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THE PEACOCK, : INN/. 3

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0 TANK'S. . : .- ,;.....LOCATED* ON--- .
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;:\ We" kinds Manufacture and sUes of all ,B1 SCAM. N E BAY', ' " :

c Fivemileaionth
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,} SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME,! LOW RATES Cypress 'The on.:the oldest Bay.abd. 'Headqnartersfortha largest hotel' :,'. .1-, """ .;

Bisdjn*Bay. Yacht
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Fint {Cuisine and Service. tfoTransfcr. Between Jacksor %ille and ffeie Forfc. 1 ,Club.. f .aDaly < ,' .. _

The Fleet ia composed ol tale following Handsome New St :el Sreamern: w (Tauks Steam' Launch (tonaection Wlth.lliamiRatee .. .

/ Camnthe (new). I'llgonqiiinri Iroquois, ;;s \CherO ee, '.i Semlllo ie. i4jlTlrateter' 5 I I "fc l- 82.00 Far Day and Upward.' -y#- r"
r y Special Bates by theVWeekvCMSPEACOCX&SONProprietor "
yNORTH-BOUNDs \ G I. DIYlra SOIl V : '1
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to sail toihe t de. '" S
Steamers are appointed according l alatka, f1L: S
From Jacksonvllle 41i.. (calliug at Charleston). Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays. ,"""' COCOANUT'GBOYEFLA.
From Charleston d O-, - '- r-,1- -MondaysAWednewlays and Fridays. ', I : L x '
.L i For hours of sailing set "Clyde Line" Schedule.. Or Jacksonville-and Charleston daily papers.X .- : Write-for, 11&Open? _All.the Year. M-i '

SOUTH-BOUND. } :/is all.this poise about?" 5 .5 5 5 r

"Oh,; mother, such fun1 we've locked '
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r Steamers are appointed to sail from PIer294 East River; New York at 3 p. m. as follows: ,
For Charleston, 8.C. -1 *-- MondayeJVeduesdaye and Fridays, Daddy up )jn the cupboard,aiul when he' he/PlabtSy t : ; .i.il'
or Jacksonville.FU., (calling Charleston, Mondays, WedneSjJtys and Fridays.' 'ets a.!aHJ .an er Keg ie is going into. m S

Line t then J lion'slden'-: Idler; I 4 ...
Boston and Jacksonville-Direct p ) \
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> *; I' The Cooking Seliool\ VerslonJ I PerfectPassenge'r: Service. ,: !- . .
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both way: .1. 1
I The Queri of hearts she made tome,tarts ; *
a'' Reacting iheMost"Impbmnfr: Points i in Georgia'.AlabamaSou ,
"QEO. 'All on summer's day;I IThe'
STEAMERS W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE"
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king of hearts he ate the
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'; Are tppointetl to Ball'as.'follows: And. Quickly passed awa h.:,Carolina, Florida, Cuba:. p.4. \ r
Street, Jacksonville From win's Wharf, 1 toni .' f ,, f
toot of ,
rpm Hogan I ?" Nov '. Sfiotia. 1 :. 1' ; .. JIKost'sPlei i ia ir
i FRIDAYS r FRIDAYS \\'bTlDahJ' Got the.PrUe \ \ : ;

1CLYDE'Sj"ST..jOHN&' '"And so. iny darling goi the pril fe at : did. Bo"te1s -
.. .RIVER, LINE. .fhe.b aby stiow. I knew lllwo\11d.\'\, 1.. .' .._ ,. -

1:. \I 7 i| / ,(OE.BARYJ.IND ... 1 \ >: J-\ couidn't hate; beenotbcr\\ e,"said irs.Vonngma .

,;; acksoHvtllet, Palatka\: \ "Sanfordy,. Enterprise:; '.{?/ .,. .ahd' .Intermediate'Landings 'to.o J e of: the' ; bld bachejor)

6n the.. 'St.,* Johns ';:River.Steamer'"WELAKA'. .\\ .. '. judges.-, 'i. Mm t i \ '
-t : VYes, madam; the. all"agreed that yo'ur

-! '\ : ./ / .. 'ba by'(was .the least objectionable of. thelot -:.. : :

A replied}the.brutee'r' Tit-Bita? Jf
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; U*ve*Jacksonville-\.I..M.-.:''V:;:.:.;.,.* .V...;#.;.;.;tueedays nd"S: tnrdays at8:80; pt m S . 'raMi&-lf you had'gqt to go __

I' yes'Sanford<_._.. ..>:,":..;-.?...\1r.,...:.aj: ,.,.. i.,.;: ,.Mondays and Thursdays. at 4.00. 'm into business'.what "line '4rould". you
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7cnralPa, stnger and. ic tt'01fift, 204 Weft,"Bay Street,]Jacksonville; Second .Ditto-I'd open, a.nr.empI6yment.ogeneyX !'
would, bettntCe'geting"othPif to b
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TJNO. 1_.HOWARD. 8u.r, 'f i ',, :M. ilWNMONOE l. J...F.;>. AF. ople to, Work- without. aS.S. ,
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havingany'temptation! to do yourP.lffBostun'1rabscript J Z t
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O. EQER T... M.. W, H. WARBUB1ON. E: P,-A./ M. HCL, DE. A.T.. M. \ v _
'-' ... _|I 6 BOWUHO,6UD i MW"tout,.i ..\1 .. : ,, i\ :; _r : :...

e I WM.P/CLYpEi&lCO:: ?. -Gen'l Agents ,. \ l lU .;{ An Oaaeeotresent(.B,. \ ,'. *!..,. '"; ..,- :m t'
I York : .;Phi &. 'l7Morna Mrs. Nubbiit&WhV do employ ; .-
'i ft Bowling Green. 4ew City. ':::.: f,1, So J1AT* d.4! pb' .- f : '' you ,
/that darky to >vhite\va8h.thehencobp3. t1 :;

I You know hers the most-- 'notorious "-' '., .' t. --' .- ... .
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=Southern and _Florida .chicke.n'thief;. in the neighbor> 000. (' W: Jj'tS.Coastf; i region- Florida.PlA
R'y 1r.? Nubbins'\ ja( practical t. j Oman-I tt 'i tIe of : .NE:1:

% *"* j. \*' 1Suwanee want,him to see how.poor and lean my T' STBAlWSHIP,
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chickens area--ti,' Y.IVeekly v i/JalN -

one River Route. .' 'Makingr an ATeravel\' J] Steamers. Plying, .Between' Port Tampa! :Key)West 'and,, . r. )

*' j/ TlaaaLem Tablei-Jtiu e15_ 165?, nieis Freddi as good--Mat1tma as tam,dc-'ou'J.hwk?"' fMatnniar ,John"*\ 1\ ,*.Havans/and Between)Mobileand,, Port: Tampai' / '( ; '

r r i is'better.'\ Etc : -.Tohnnie does" B.W. ; ,. y -U (OMcFApDEN.. \ '
THBOUND ' \ STATIONS 1 ; NORTHBOUND '+ '.,everything I tellhim'; to do. I Pa 9. Traffic M g r."t.'t Gen'1Paea.. AgU, :> fJ11ory

1-No ft I No 3 Not No 2% N 4 No 6I ,Freddie (after thoughtful pause)-- 4: } ... Sa.ya.nn a... .; I' --3 ;

,. .a ,: 7 50 ix 820 A Leave.''.;.. ...Athnta.Arrive, 735 Ml ,w. "But mamma; ,'I oiten do thinfiyi that you. : -
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r:. r 11 IS 11 40 Arrive /> :.11 aeon. ;Leave 440 4.1 ;. .t' '
4 iii r M 25 m u 45 A ft .eave....>..Macon. Arrlre.Ui' 4 *i F M 1 05JA II 11 OOs -.x "Suspicion Seeretiveueie.The \ I
.68 145 A v 2 Oft-r M Arrive :..;,vordele..Leave, 420 1 45t11 w :' '
$40 t 800 850' Ttftoa......:..:.?;.,. 106 12 i 6Jo \Ypung1yi f e--I am af f aid'Georgewas Steamhip S ..ijA(
2D 4 0140- S 85' ._.. ... .... 06,A H 10 KJ at BOO 1DWXlcat.ed 'last nighi.r'itfl ; ; if
6 86 1002 9 52. ... I
..;.. .6: 45 728 :;.i7.-':.,.:.r ..Lake City.a .;. 9 10 a 00 ...3...:,, .; \ The Sympathizing) 'Friend-He.didn'tgo ..... ;" / ,. A'and
l .a.. 00 1030 :.' :'...: FALAT KA.:.. ...... ': 6 10 445 to bed With: his ,shoes. : onr.did he?'., . :1., +.. (N: TT. s,:.9.. co.).' :
,r 810 A n d U r.x Leave? .: .TUton..ArriveI 1 U * 11 L9 ? x ,.: ..ts. "Xo b uf he took tfiem off and' rackedthem"under t-- .
.. .. . Wercrnn..Leave \ ; : : :
510 8 W. Amite > 165B A M > 40 / I
._. ...a 78) 1215 1..u.JACK3ONTUir3.i..t...:... 20 700 :.., his pillow.A ."-'- "| \ Yori
". 730 A xproo r ease..*- .-Tifton -. ?....Arriv e 12 00 n'o 15 FIX .. ,; t:Key Wtra. Hew
....... 00- 5 I5 { Arrive.-.... FTTZOIRALD..-...Leave 1045 A K 6W 1 1li .,. [ Dangerous Task 'to-i ? _. I'f t ,
19 lU -.+t 12 68 r :,t., *ase.t _-....*Valdosta/>. ......Arrrvt ,,.., 6 80 VlM 4 W A X \ ,Mrs:Gosling-.-Georgeonopae! aaW: Tt9" steamers bf this fe.PillT', . t!
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dt d 1 134x Arrive ,.. .Ooiun n : K;!..Letve : 562 y B 82 : magnificent are apomt.d to ; .
00 A1'k 214 .:, :'J. ..... '..:.TH01CASV1LLB''.>.<%. .5. 456 tiV 245 ;you'would \frisk your Life for metT' '- / '

it 11 10 r 3i Leave.,r..j.Palalka..'. ..i.Arrive A'x ,......: Goslng-Well&ar,; \ T" v&fr i .,f" Ke D West''Every,5a: | x
e'p.:..' 11140T M 3 ao A x Arrive,,;* .U..Sa H>rd.... %:.Leav* 1 18 160.. ,\ ')lrs. OoSliDg-Tbere'6 agreat' ,'horrid I day. .
...::..', I 5o:# 365 12 O3' u 15 r }.,..... : : <
S .O6700 ,,i UkeUnd.,...i.s...,z:. 9 90 r M 10 45 ,::,..,:. mouse somewhere in'the 'pomWo 1d arriving, m NEW. YORK foliowinir .Tue: dar.Semee; accommodationa *,* ;
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: .t 645 00\ 800 I .r him.Tt1th.. } '
set ttspfor . .
....C .1.. II) S5 A x .. ..:.. Leave..,.. y.PaJalta.,,.,....Arriv .r.. .. 4 55 P x ,,.. ,.j.t you a -r' ; ': 8trictly'11eI.au.t S \' # "
..:.;.. 12 48SSO P x :.:... Arrive .-;/;.Ottaon4..rELeav. ..t...;... 2 43N t 1'- Pertlienaaad I..pertl.eal
{"_- ..;....a J.... ..1. "Rookled a .. ..... .: ..... 1201 ; Br.Unswi Eck eojgj la : f\'N6W JOtk' ;
;;...1.. 810 ..... u, Wt P.Ita aeb.y::...:.',. L 7 WAX ,,1\ "Never. run1 In debt my/ce1satd .:, :
no ..,. .. .: ...:N.r.IIIA11Ir.;?...... ,:. 500- .,....: the old-faehioaed father..;I'/7 f.M i\ X. ,'t ." / .11
H\Yhy. In creation ypii'always tel .:r .f, .I :; / :'W ; PASSENGER SERVICED M ,.W .Y; .;
ere 1 .
Operates\ Pullman Buffet?sieepen"the"Te. ,round between Jackson n iF."a. 4. ..hVm(. to\eep credit good if rni' VtifFernandlna'(F.1; /?.-*.**!>.'Ey..)'and C 'mt>er. U Vf':VwLL AA aDd Southertf RaiKirayi*' *.v/: t ',,'
:Tear.yl4 TUtoo oD"TraiDt Noa 5 sad 4., ,- 4 -:; 1\ '1. ing me my ,J land Route '. : k .... '! ',
direct Operates_ Loca.1 Sleepers the fear roaijd-between, - Palatka, Fla, and, -Macon. ;,Ga- '"'via G. 8-.& '.make np use of it?:.Petroit free Pries LT. Jacbenm..l1"'d..;.':y M amLr.Fernandina. I L" :Ja-b-'D$ ".......;..::.._:..,.:.;<< 00 p m; ;. t
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+ Terett .6 40
: Hl.'Ml tak m1'y N. . pm ; .
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l Brunswick. ..; ,.. .. .. .. ... .ft 30 ; '""'I ; '
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Direct, ',Line to ,Fitiger'a1 d (Soldiers colony i ) yiaPTiftbnr ':. jBloomfield -SpifBns, sI; dofl,|saj : \ ', Daily except Sunday.Tasscnf .' Arrunswlt, ...;::.................,.'l80.pnt,,. f '
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I ,.allowed on board for supper .. f. ,
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.7', NASHVILLEI'EXPOSITIONRnUD4 :- ': lag that he ii a .el. ,t,| '" .' .'
Trip Tickets now on tale at following very low rate*. 'From Pal til "From la=. e l.field-1"J.11 t'is jqueen;:1eryladk N'H PROPOSED'SAILINGS"; t ... : ,

Ten Day Limit Limit,Tnetdavs.., : and. Thursdays., ,. *:i\vYiV"-r'v..... ". .>..'..1"i:". ,all 00j/7f: %.....,..$}2 80 't. .thit be1ealtailor-made l : LT. Sew Xork.it.O".H.pier:21E E. 130 p.-mr.. 't. .... ,(."Standard.RIO GIL\NDE--"t Time).. .. .:,%Friday LT Brnntwlek'FridayJDIy July' J6 .. '
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Full Intonnatl.. ;'sleeping, cai reservttions_ ,ra1P. etc\c'.a be obtained prom$ 1bj.WritingcrcalttugnponV aA feet.ary Tavcati.a., ,, .... .. . .t.j/H'. .: .. ,.,._. ......;:.CQLORAnO11"!' 4-C..{. .v..t\-_ .,,..*?.Friday. Aue. 6. ._, :
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'. ,, :, ; :.., )\ ; '. ,'.H_ UGH, .'E: RICHABDSON'Gen.. ': .'Agt:-\.14'01\ :. 'invented: "a buttonless tbjrr. \ THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, 4 RADrf" B.: W.: BOUTHWICK, "'1
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: : ] LANE;" .' ; ' / ; '.':; ';'G. ,A. MACDONALDitr : them ever'sincerayy,, learned. toed. , CHAS.'DAVIES tt?' '. : ] : CO.': f :;

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'rqi\\1. . A/few Bedsteads. ,Springs and' Mat tresses. xat. Cost 'to. Close Out. i, \1' .
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Additional Miami Mince Meat t '
: ; fitted ap.witba7lcbmfort I! auiiconvep'fences *j"he cityicouiicil, met on' Wednesday ; ,s
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tfg\\ *T \f 'i1/ "Jack'w ll.1 c(,!frtubt make a MiamiS !ll ,
. v- T A" J night to disculs. the plans for aschoolbuilding. _
> ./ do tnF. Dunn" of:;Palatka/is" '*. in' town\ good thing out of his boatj :It will Done e, -1'he'. 'foll wint, gentlemen" a ,,a C 0 krry

. ...; -0)\ to--ay:5---. I. ; .. of the Snest pleasure crafts in' submitted.plans! ; .C. M; .Milburn, T.'J.o .

c:'i.' s+: Mr" a dij r#. Li.n.brd; returned I Florida waters. ',Ve' will give a'' detailed Flood,.,\r.D. Brown; .1Y.' U. Ed-: ,..;. ,All Fine\repairfnQTSeatJy} 'arnt'1' 8 irW! Done specialty. .. :> 1" ;. .' -"
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:. from their Dayfana trlpjlast"l : night. I\ description o'j it rfon"i :: wards. vSome 0 .iu'r Li8tlorN. }. t,i
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_ ; .d."Duncan'Brossier of;,Le ion City, Rev. MrJ McCinley','- of" Hawthorne,1 were r"r t t'
arrived inj! the city i on' 'Wednesdayevening very fine and ;Wt're.ref. rr to the '
was in town las] night attending the.f ; E BBARKER < '
\flit,: .i -' ." ba'I" \II. .' \' \ ,and is domiciled.at'HotelCori-, committee with request to report at a JtPEO: t . f-;

1 ' Y Mr. arid Mrs.,W. A., Filer of Leroon'Citp noley. lie wlllfrreach: \ at the Presbytel meeting of the..cuimcil! to be, held to- atchmaker and Jeweler if \ ;

; t were. present'at, the ball last dan \pavilion i next\..Sunday morning 'morrow night:. "His Honor,the Mayor' { : .. \g

t ;, :. .; > 'nig t., and evening.," We u rderstaud that'. Ir, ".. reported tI t'he, had received word 4, aP'csTOFnCgBminla6DluYr' ; ;Fw..1" ; t- \ / ..;.\xVRepairine "'
'" J. , i-rf McKinley is .a'min sterof wide experience > .from;J. EW| ,Ingraham that the Fort attended work gnaraataed.y' ':" . '''. '
promptly and'carefnUy to: 'All
'\\ :, .! ijj/R, 'E. Chafer and;,Miss M. B. Nelson >: f > .
' } : and a forcible'spetikVr\ ,and.those Dallas ,L pd Company would donate NovO-tf.if, f.5"j; .f'A fall: line of spectacles and.eye.glaaae alwaya| on land ..
: "i' i" .dined. at th'e Hotel Miami last flight ; :
l who'attend jtbe services at the pavilion lots'18, 19 and 20, of, block. 03 North '
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Sunday wiHi|+go a way, jell pleased.. A ,(on 'n9rt -west c rn.er1of 7th street .
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it i ; JyP.: aul ,' i s T.'Nelson, Christian good musical t programme is being J>re-f and Avenue''C) for a site for a public r---T. 'A L..tKl i ii:1 NO' ,. .t: > .

.jti. { .!Fetereon> Haps Nelson And a. roerry pared.. '(1 'A'e *j l -V I.school building.. The: three 'lots ,matractot.lanill f r., - .. --.. l" ,

: \ ps r. ty'oi:pleaWiH/Modeloitei1. are in Mrs. .>a ; O feet square.- / ..f .. r ..
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Gardnerjof; Royal Palni, ..:. '
a t. .. ''the to-day./. ./*,'-- v-'v., isan artist of ihuchlmerit 1 in'"eeveralWaysespecially i'',, The'council then adjourned, until to /.A8't\ rtOI\\ T 'SHOES I t ; ... '.- TM;'$

t".I't. Jobn'Moodl of Lemon City- writes. .in\ hind! painting and morrow", I.night. ' '

,.1 : : tbe METROPOLIS. :that.., ,.he will fold ;8er; fish scale w rk'je relry: Mrs Gardner' ,b. . I I (GOOD SHOES. f;f:{ SERyiCEABLE SHOES ,* .:

.iV .:; \YJceVat. the.chapel t at Cocoahut, Grove. basin i her pobseasioti a',bronzeineilal i and .TlncYell'vs..the Barron::Heirs.. BgRIAINS.pIN SHOES: :y STYLISHSHOBS _'I

1f.' :' J"*- r,'-' morning: ntHJX..venloK..I[ "xt"Sun a certificate! of, beautiful, design from George MVRobbin\.arid'' '''p::I;. Gaul-. t ; : )
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..:. :" J ;;. dare >oH *; <' 1.J'.f the' Yorldsw] Fair( .attesting that sbe was I den! ;''prominent Tit us vi" lie, attorneys, Have [jyou; 'aeen': Jpjiii 13well' d4 Co.'B . /i'

'4':. The7;ladies: : '' those}f>>f the Presbyterian. : and! Baptist band painting:' :She has\ aUo.a certifl?' f the,hearing in',the Br1ckell-Wad- J[ .

' ::0.; 'F combinedserved: ,;. puncheon and.,:lie cate of.first prize .for sca e.wor> ;,from' deIL pake: ",let'!rued to':Titusville,, last The price is eighty; Call' and :be con- .. .'1I

..;j\., ., :) 'cream. :and cake durJng tbe'day'yestetit tbe,'Atlanta I Exposition. Mrs.' :Gardner's SataVjjiay -' Theyexpect/ 'eta, be down { ;' '

day d-?;nntilh J late; hour.last''nigbt work at band painting( upon'si' again shortly.itid-have thej remainderof I "

q ki '-> 'with #Succesful. resulter &* .>. "' and, .other fabrics is\; something .in the l testimony taken, This will require s AY TEf; .m;Q CB. 1

.4.: y v .. V S.17rSberardwtio' .bas'been t.out"...,at' 'which any artist' 'could,, tike.Just pride. : anot ierhearinginthiscitpandalso ] ; .oCRe ; -,, ; K ,,, r .
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.I Modelo In Saturday ey Wing, after" a Couple of a hearing at Key West!!., The tak'ing'orJhe fl
W ' at ..the'employ. of the.railways Tlalin C' E LOT-s
, hoars spent) ini the. 'parlora i in testimony' WillrObabl1' be
t'5 company for the past month or so;IW .St. / '
.. ,' and .'\ 3a doer i invitedtbeirguestitathefrpe completed within( a month"p As soon:as -
jj fkin the jpi.ty,Wednesday: yesterdayv
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t.- v apartments it.is all Inrtlie1case;: will l. be] argued be- : = ,
'his becbmlng'smile apd'glad I
bestowing !
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friends v where,:an hour waa\pleasantly! passed foireJudge Brobme of the Circuit' Court_ ann sta e
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?f' ; J ,hand_ shake_on his ,
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in he handiwork( of th
1I\1' ..t... { admiring! { : ties and a final decree rendered, '
''fof, OlarenceMoore J , or telcosebnrt'df; thew's Us .\Mn'Pardnerco duc d abooth ',( This may not settle the matter, as' it 1 1i ,

(-i!' ":excursionists, made l9ap1e888nt'CalJesterdsp iatbeWoni, fij> Bu dingatt, |he Worlds J snot improbable that the case w'nl'le : .
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llth Avenue D Miami.
LJ'iy .-"..|U -i',- I i and.waa among those>(-wbo, Fair and realized a small fortune Iromher appealed to ttieSupreme Court. If it . ;; near .f .
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\. *,V .BUbscribed'for the M T.LlssaJ. ing efforts in.the manufacture of scale is, 8 final decision will not':be reached Horses.and f{Males to let and for eala. .

ci' ; .t,.. ...,....;.. be wantHl.to keeppoeted!' on'the doings' fork: ''No; higher! encomium'0uid} bf for.a"long time The case is attracting ", ?'Fine Bred
/ '. '. : of our 1 'eci.t''ibI1: >U' h{i be oolumbeot_ , offered }[nJ GaNner on Jier artistic a-1\ good 'deah of attention. tbroughouttli

1 the.local t Wflrk'than {hetonexfactithat!\ ; ;obe' took'first"prfzeatthe feains { WorK-TeainS
"'"'! A' :papet..f.. '; : .. ; ,.State. \ .. $ ::j ,Carriage iBigyTeais! ., JD.
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.. Worlds Fair :in oom- "i _I'' "' *
: \ "q-' :' \Rockwellind 1'''XX roes, both ? /' her *> '_ g30epr97 lp Re t ,, -
petltio (with the artist of .the worldin'herline. t
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: : Chjcagolandseeke'rsj/:wete: \the city. COCOAinJTi QEOVElTEMa. .
>''\; ;: \ .Jesterday. ,Theycaroe; toHoivF.;; . S. ,. .. 1 ;,)pfJ.VWVSmilb .- Master.I''ne' -, .-,; ,: !f ," : : ' )'\ < i .' Near .' .. 1
Brady's'
h t' / vfc -Morsewit, ;'lettersfom J. ''E.. 'ingra- t- of Honolulu\ I3awaiiantslanda .,, Post. ,will! soon put}if a ; I I E : 'r

; '.of< ,\ ham.: '. orsl' ; :.to; locate'them. ;::ba'sjbeen-Jn/tbe" duringthe.'past.week select stock'of'seedsof all ,kinds-",seeds ; ,j : .. Grocery'
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tavorabl N which will bere\iable. '.' J !..'. . : '
'F:> dr.Cross is !i' impressed_w tb : :Mr. ,Smltb-'can e|.to k I. "' c }

.1::: ., ti.w. I ::t, FoctLarrdeidalesectiou.. . iQ'i' '|ook;"bver tbeb' }pineapple Industry o[ bait (Leo r\'IitcponaYd has retuened' .or'n" '. ;'," I. ,. '1:2fh: Street ;
i. Coasts d ( his'triptoSt.'Aiigustine.JrRichard to. ,. }
': dispose o Smooth,Cay : : _. : '- .
t It: simpossible I irfour limited t" }- ;
space i"
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e i |IIe' left' wthA.xE. ;
ae"slips.: [ .the, agency took Geo. o
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: .1' -'to mention all the prgmineteit3zen"s,6fj Carnet ,', 'y tI! *: ::
: I thVBay'wbo were.ii, iown' yesterday.. .'; |!ngilejrwhowillJfiirnj8h8neCayeipne : # aid:and a .couple, ? ('prospectors: ,. t6Modelo : -i : NOW. \ .. 1'
: alips I l :for' |12.6 ;pyr,hfihdrednet. in'' .' *. ': .. !' 1
: > festivi-< i the Daimler: Thttrsdsy.The'Peacock"Ipirlawn'lias ... .. . "
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I' ';r. tie re weittead 'from all points ''. [t.Yault'>i'6aolyla; ge.prneapplepliitittiop ) : : thi3 weekbeen I 'L. .
-1 ... : : ,de't.Honolultf 'The. pine= ; R 't" '
: .t" home-table board
.. t c. ten milesVp and down the'Bay,' Ev reft appl bniiness'on_ the' Islands:do s'pot ,I.improved'' with I the'i'addition.. i 'o r" 'es. a Inra'n;! week or month., bp" r "-

l.k" .-one seemed: to en joyltbiemselves., A'(. pyaoafalir6'tbe: -ebipmeot:,'oti, green several flo
; different.JiiiplroVements., .. ha!.e been . . . De and'service Srt.claa. .. 0t .
"Mianii- newV :
t The I ... ;Vessel ran;; !n pipes, riiecanoernedrtbei: 1.(distance' be made ,' -;; Y - ''f r. - Prices .Moderate. f,"
J ,opposition the MaUor.J;between jDg = .7OOOVmiles) ftom ",to''the premises-" z '- F +'
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'' : Galveston and N fw;) ork', put' into 1+ =York:" H will order; '6ie i inthiscpnntrjreiten The launches i afmler./and 'G.;;' ;'MStowe : '." *,> .j. C3-EO.i: : ?--& 'P"ay ", t.: .
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}} : : yeW: ,., ,. t' ,.. ,- 1i tonside 3 r9"-tr.I.t It 'Vi . 1'. ."- < \ ... tap .i'
:4 'able i
: Key West harbor a,fewjdgjs ago all oh! .,ve.canffingrmachineryand' ';'ea, took a :, -party :t w"

[ Y 1; .: ,;fire in the'tiold: ,which 'f8J loaded.witlir hia .fr! ill hWVafter/ship f their rip to the'Royal l ,'Palm dance. Tuesday" .

t, cotton; : T e fire"waefiiingatsbedaiid' fruit canned., MrSmith% 's.'i Very jo ni tlt.i-' ': .1.. l Fr clk> S. Morse, 1 .. : r"o.R I IMiarnljjlEiaeCo ,

r t'l's., 1 !teft/orNe'a, 'York dondpJ. ? vialandcompa io b 'gentleman who James! A.:Pftie": itiet: ing',out alarge; H.. ..

badlydamaged.-. .' .p is'a 9it 'believer in"the' ;annexation :ofthe numberof: ( strawberry,: plants.oJ. : -. f : : \ d' i

,, '"' r ., 'reparations! /'beirig made to'''beawortConthe : 'Sandwich. :Islands, :'to;\the United Ohtattoo i I.!l.t o ,the i I. wreck' ,;''' 'ori.tnt; .m rail E' A' ' T
S ,He jloJearn'+ : '
.4 .tea. ; expects ,the : 9' "r
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; : Methodist, 'oadIT..utl.day;! \i night.?fo) ;mail.f was 'received : '
,, t ;'li;church at"the corner of iltb ireet'and boietlaffot' the. "jUnlted.:'State's flag at' at this pl.ce\Wednesday.. '
\ Honoinlu before;;he, ,ret r Js; : ..j : \l / j
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and
..Avenue 9l t/n" ;: < I Florida. ;
!] "po.1s\lfeet i Jt- : ;t i* / : ;
s *"1.' "willbeconstrnctiedof ,Bmltbipeika tbe'natve.lengnege'Snently. i ; "l; tcr ,
reteJlYewill .theRailroad'.Cgmmission. f :\ : .f : \ -J.t
: .. The pronunciation:of_thename.. .Notice by : ; f >
: details' : )
.;:give:;:full as to the. building later 1 } : 1
; of "Queen LIII sa unner,: esI ,The(! Railroad Commission bas issued AG-ENTFd'R'lANI - 'i ; ,
The.corper j' b JJI; gJ! :>S '
on,. stone 'wil be,.laid, ; ,QFT : '
U' ""L . tfie following. .circular sf t_ ,0 .. '
ova Other
"with "' at' I as \IiieQp! :lerne : : : f '
.appropriate ceremonies an, ;
'' ,early ditl. ;;I> words .are long wn opt. but maelcal '-. OFFICE. :or KAILROAD'COMMISSION, Y ., .' ,Florida feast (;boast : Railway: Co. { \ (
I .y StiT > $: ,.. ,* """ m? i.
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**- j. f \ ( in souudhy'tiiti': boor ur two-lnl::,Mr.Smith's v '
;to,.. '*rwo'fish.. 1 stories. -=Lows Bradley' .a12pound company, .was pleasantly:: passed 'i' ;TALLHA98ip: ;July 22,1897-' : ;' Florida QaRt1 ;Line'ClinaI and 'rrans. -po., s''
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' half-mile-up, the ',- vin occordance with the railroad tom' H' ll.
tarpon a ', M aAtlanivic' 1.
.' and from'<'htm ;mach' informatibi was miseion-law of they ate of Florida; :'Bostbn; and F1pri Coast" Land Co. "
: south branchof the .Miami. ize noSgnre.l8pecial approved '
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gained, !He,is a, titeof.New; South 'May 8,189r, the :Undersigned ; :

t" ; ,:feature' a" sal water Wales,' Australia! ';' but.;'a"naturalized the" ,ilroad'ommissionerS.. of aidState < :' 1
t :: , *,.fish" 3'miles"'op: a.fresh' Wajet.jstreSin., !I ISd citizen' of the, U ited State 't He J; efi ; ,-;here'' made: : ertgiu.schedules; r ;: q ;

' Twenty-one" pound pompano, by aj, for' his :fa r-awayl home this'i'' mornTngand' rates, >rules' fated regulations revise; which .: U.I..I; T.U. RE.. :'
,' f8i/ ,'nauied' Sjfrrj1" Hannah olrer'the ibeY.Pl'epos; e;and :Inteo ,.to and V. : \ t ,
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''-'' :. :,will reach;i HonoluIuS on.the 19th adopt for the government l of the,trans* . . 1 '
recf;oaught or'd, ..D.7ab's.: N6thlng' < .:
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day of :: ': 'rfsj ? portation 6f freights.passengers and }
August. "
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= tf. Special: 'except. ;; IbaCjttia.the : \ 'onthe railroads paid State.
; largestpompane -' cars |n .f
'}J.'':r s ';r. ,on' record.' 't, 'U.'': ": ; .: OBAN4E3' : 'IN<;',UADE 1. ..".: '<:,: ;' i ,Now"iXthereforei: \( railroad notice corprations; ia:.* 'erebygiven.4tn.all Gb8'pI: ;: :ChenChen: p r 't i

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s.! :+lt. 3c: i ;and fainiiy1.of' Cdnnecti; C' pt xK iaJ. ''L''Wott'pzd'lboat to Locate< ; {ai> ingjobuinl"SSwboll{or io.part;"in said .. '.:Ji;'!' ', 1 1 1. i r1

: : cut::ere- viitlttog ai;the, ;,home'of :Mr* x' 7 > f "--:'::. Sta-e Hitt.to: the public generally that i .
',c and.Mrsi'Xdam O reU.Ir.; .:McNeil "/ Captiip"J.,'' |NoSord; the. U 'aadd railroad commissioners, ,before revising sell ; ,
T'l; yelnowB ; i ,Sting, .adopting or'-allowing (:Furniture on easy( payments Come! and_ .,.
[if.; :: |, tias''DeB |n;"F lo|-ida .since March; vegetable 1 and brange-grbwer sakl -schediiles.*rates,j rules:and .k \ i' .
'' ?'" : where: : he time. to seek,'relief' from 'cAr of Grand Island;hWdeclded'ttf. take ail lationswill',hoJd?'a.',ineeting for regn-thecion9ideratfoi ;ff' : \JK-:';. 'see-, t>lie( in thnew' : sore.o: l; . 4 .c : \ "l 1 .:,

-,- tarrah which was-making lire a burden. a' 'new 'location\ baying. porchased >. of' the eame' at:Tallaliassee i' ,> ;;'.::": 'J-: .. .. ' 12th //H, V'A '. -I. f.
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':He has. 'entirelj' "recovered! and ,states '.acres and JMpdelo-': on 'Wednesday't! 25th day of : ptreet. .
some forty: ojr ear August; rlS91-at'9'jo'clock,.a: m.; AH < .; ,.. 1 rV
PC .. 4 that as the'Climate', l.ikeA. t im',6o i well In.Dade county: ;where, ., be., will--go into railroad corporations and Arsons: interested ' " ::' VI
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[ ,and'be'litesittie climate so well, he expects fruitind: vegetable, growing: njrfei.f- .[will, .be en titled to bearing ,... NELSON

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\ Another boatload'of; "Bananas,20.and sling .I tber,and ab'aveat Greer'e'places.wirers : ;
't' 4, 'i',, yrin r,' It. .-.will have a fine rOOm aboutrlilbloTerJfeet 25 cent a bunch *t Greer's* ' be;solicitr the patronage of,aU .i\Miami_;IceCo, :, 'S. NifQladwin, Mang'r. '

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